Author JuliaBinaryWrappers
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December 2019


This is an autogenerated package constructed using BinaryBuilder.jl.


The code bindings within this package are autogenerated from the following Products defined within the build_tarballs.jl file that generated this package:

products = [
    ExecutableProduct(["xtractprotos"], :xtractprotos),
    ExecutableProduct(["convertfilestops"], :convertfilestops),
    ExecutableProduct(["imagetops"], :imagetops),
    ExecutableProduct(["convertsegfilestops"], :convertsegfilestops),
    ExecutableProduct(["converttopdf"], :converttopdf),
    ExecutableProduct(["convertsegfilestopdf"], :convertsegfilestopdf),
    ExecutableProduct(["fileinfo"], :fileinfo),
    LibraryProduct(["liblept"], :liblept),
    ExecutableProduct(["converttops"], :converttops),
    ExecutableProduct(["convertformat"], :convertformat),
    ExecutableProduct(["convertfilestopdf"], :convertfilestopdf)

Usage example

For example purposes, we will assume that the following products were defined in the imaginary package Example_jll:

products = [
    FileProduct("src/data.txt", :data_txt),
    LibraryProduct("libdataproc", :libdataproc),
    ExecutableProduct("mungify", :mungify_exe)

With such products defined, Example_jll would contain data_txt, libdataproc and mungify_exe symbols exported. For FileProduct variables, the exported value is a string pointing to the location of the file on-disk. For LibraryProduct variables, it is a string corresponding to the SONAME of the desired library (it will have already been dlopen()'ed, so typical ccall() usage applies), and for ExecutableProduct variables, the exported value is a function that can be called to set appropriate environment variables. Example:

using Example_jll

# For file products, you can access its file location directly:
data_lines = open(data_txt, "r") do io

# For library products, you can use the exported variable name in `ccall()` invocations directly
num_chars = ccall((:count_characters, libdataproc), Cint, (Cstring, Cint), data_lines[1], length(data_lines[1]))

# For executable products, you can use the exported variable name as a function that you can call
mungify_exe() do mungify_exe_path
    run(`$mungify_exe_path $num_chars`)