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cs_render(3)							      cs/cs.h							      cs_render(3)

NAME
cs_render - render a CS parse tree SYNOPSIS
#include <cs/cs.h> NEOERR *cs_render (CSPARSE *parse, void *ctx, CSOUTFUNC cb); ARGUMENTS
parse - the CSPARSE structure containing the CS parse tree that will be evaluated ctx - user data that will be passed as the first variable to the CSOUTFUNC. cb - a CSOUTFUNC called to render the output. A CSOUTFUNC is defined as: typedef NEOERR* (*CSOUTFUNC)(void *, char *); DESCRIPTION
cs_render will evaluate a CS parse tree, calling the CSOUTFUNC passed to it for output. Note that calling cs_render multiple times on the same parse tree may or may not render the same output as the set statement has side-effects, it updates the HDF data used by the render. Typically, you will call one of the cs_parse functions before calling this function. RETURN VALUE
None SEE ALSO
cs_dump(3), cs_destroy(3), cs_render(3), cs_register_esc_strfunc(3), cs_arg_parsev(3), cs_register_fileload(3), cs_init(3), cs_regis- ter_strfunc(3), cs_arg_parse(3), cs_parse_string(3), cs_parse_file(3), =(3), cs_register_function ClearSilver 12 July 2007 cs_render(3)

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cs_init(3)							      cs/cs.h								cs_init(3)

NAME
cs_init - create and initialize a CS context SYNOPSIS
#include <cs/cs.h> NEOERR *cs_init (CSPARSE **parse, HDF *hdf); ARGUMENTS
parse - a pointer to a pointer to a CSPARSE structure that will be created hdf - the HDF dataset to be used during parsing and rendering DESCRIPTION
cs_init will create a CSPARSE structure and initialize it. This structure maintains the state and information necessary for parsing and rendering a CS template. MT-Level: cs routines perform no locking, and neither do hdf routines. They should be safe in an MT environment as long as they are con- fined to a single thread. RETURN VALUE
parse will contain a pointer to the allocated CSPARSE structure. This structure will be deallocated with cs_destroy() SEE ALSO
cs_dump(3), cs_destroy(3), cs_render(3), cs_register_esc_strfunc(3), cs_arg_parsev(3), cs_register_fileload(3), cs_init(3), cs_regis- ter_strfunc(3), cs_arg_parse(3), cs_parse_string(3), cs_parse_file(3), =(3), cs_register_function ClearSilver 12 July 2007 cs_init(3)
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