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XS::Typemap(3pm)					 Perl Programmers Reference Guide					  XS::Typemap(3pm)

NAME
XS::Typemap - module to test the XS typemaps distributed with perl SYNOPSIS
use XS::Typemap; $output = T_IV( $input ); $output = T_PV( $input ); @output = T_ARRAY( @input ); DESCRIPTION
This module is used to test that the XS typemaps distributed with perl are working as advertised. A function is available for each typemap definition (eventually). In general each function takes a variable, processes it through the OUTPUT typemap and then returns it using the INPUT typemap. A test script can then compare the input and output to make sure they are the expected values. When only an input or output function is provided the function will be named after the typemap entry and have either '_IN' or '_OUT' appended. All the functions are exported. There is no reason not to do this since the entire purpose is for testing Perl. Namespace pollution will be limited to the test script. NOTES
This module is for testing only and should not normally be installed. AUTHOR
Tim Jenness <t.jenness@jach.hawaii.edu> Copyright (C) 2001 Tim Jenness All Rights Reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.12.5 2012-11-03 XS::Typemap(3pm)

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ExtUtils::Typemaps::Cmd(3pm)				 Perl Programmers Reference Guide			      ExtUtils::Typemaps::Cmd(3pm)

NAME
ExtUtils::Typemaps::Cmd - Quick commands for handling typemaps SYNOPSIS
From XS: INCLUDE_COMMAND: $^X -MExtUtils::Typemaps::Cmd -e "print embeddable_typemap(q{Excommunicated})" Loads "ExtUtils::Typemaps::Excommunicated", instantiates an object, and dumps it as an embeddable typemap for use directly in your XS file. DESCRIPTION
This is a helper module for ExtUtils::Typemaps for quick one-liners, specifically for inclusion of shared typemaps that live on CPAN into an XS file (see SYNOPSIS). For this reason, the following functions are exported by default: EXPORTED FUNCTIONS
embeddable_typemap Given a list of identifiers, "embeddable_typemap" tries to load typemaps from a file of the given name(s), or from a module that is an "ExtUtils::Typemaps" subclass. Returns a string representation of the merged typemaps that can be included verbatim into XS. Example: print embeddable_typemap( "Excommunicated", "ExtUtils::Typemaps::Basic", "./typemap" ); This will try to load a module "ExtUtils::Typemaps::Excommunicated" and use it as an "ExtUtils::Typemaps" subclass. If that fails, it'll try loading "Excommunicated" as a module, if that fails, it'll try to read a file called Excommunicated. It'll work similarly for the second argument, but the third will be loaded as a file first. After loading all typemap files or modules, it will merge them in the specified order and dump the result as an embeddable typemap. SEE ALSO
ExtUtils::Typemaps perlxs AUTHOR
Steffen Mueller "<smueller@cpan.org"> COPYRIGHT &; LICENSE Copyright 2012 Steffen Mueller This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.18.2 2014-01-06 ExtUtils::Typemaps::Cmd(3pm)
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