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#!/usr/bin/perl -s while(<STDIN>) { foreach $a (@ARGV) { if (/<$a>/) { $y = 1; print "\n" if $r; print "char ${a}[] =\n" if !$d && !$g; print "#define $a \\\n" if $d && !$g; undef $r; } } if ((!/:/ && !$p) || (!/<$a.*>/ && $p)) { if ($y && $r) { $r =~ s/(.*)\\$/$1/ if $d && !$g; $r =~ s/(\t*"[^"]*")(.*)/$1;$2/ if !$d && !$g; print $r; } $y = 0; } if ($y) { print $r; s#$matchstr# $c = $1; $o = $3; $b = $2; $o =~ s/\s*(.*?)\s*/$1/; $b =~ s/([\da-f]{2})\s/\\x$1/g; $b = "\"$b\"" if $b; sprintf("\t%s%s\t/* %s %s%s\t*/%s", $b, "\t" x (3-int(leng +th($b)/8)), $c, $o, "\t" x (4-int((length($o.$c)+4)/8)), $d ? "\\" : +"");#e if !$g; $r = $_; } }
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