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    1 objects.txt syntax
    2 ------------------
    3 
    4 To cover all the naming hacks that were previously in objects.h needed some
    5 kind of hacks in objects.txt.
    6 
    7 The basic syntax for adding an object is as follows:
    8 
    9 	1 2 3 4		: shortName	: Long Name
   10 
   11 		If Long Name contains only word characters and hyphen-minus
   12 		(0x2D) or full stop (0x2E) then Long Name is used as basis
   13 		for the base name in C. Otherwise, the shortName is used.
   14 
   15 		The base name (let's call it 'base') will then be used to
   16 		create the C macros SN_base, LN_base, NID_base and OBJ_base.
   17 
   18 		Note that if the base name contains spaces, dashes or periods,
   19 		those will be converted to underscore.
   20 
   21 Then there are some extra commands:
   22 
   23 	!Alias foo 1 2 3 4
   24 
   25 		This just makes a name foo for an OID.  The C macro
   26 		OBJ_foo will be created as a result.
   27 
   28 	!Cname foo
   29 
   30 		This makes sure that the name foo will be used as base name
   31 		in C.
   32 
   33 	!module foo
   34 	1 2 3 4		: shortName	: Long Name
   35 	!global
   36 
   37 		The !module command was meant to define a kind of modularity.
   38 		What it does is to make sure the module name is prepended
   39 		to the base name.  !global turns this off.  This construction
   40 		is not recursive.
   41 
   42 Lines starting with # are treated as comments, as well as any line starting
   43 with ! and not matching the commands above.
   44