Class used to represent the definition of a file (like a header or implementation) for the tangle tool. It's class-name (used for any type of code generation) is "tgl_filedef".
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This object contains members which hold data for the object. Following is a list of those members. The declaration of the member closely follows the UML conventions.
filepath : pathtype
The path to use for the file. This would be a folder when the file definition is used on multiple objects, and the actual output filename when used as a one off.
extension : stringtype
The extension to use for the file. This is appended to the object name when multiple objects are processed through this filedef.
root : stringtype
The location of the root to use for the filedef if the objname passed in is "*".
data : Typed object vector of @tglobj
Generic data that may be used later.
blocks : Typed object vector of @block
The blocks to be placed in the file.
structure : stringtype
the overall structure of the file.
ignoreobjects : stringtype
A list of objects which should be ignored in the schema.
stream : streamptrtype
The real output stream.
console : streamptrtype
The real console stream.
This object contains methods which can be called from other objects. Following is a list of those methods. The syntax of the method, it's arguments and return value follow closely the UML conventions.