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       asntool - process ASN.1 module specifications


       asntool  [-]  [-B filename]  [-D N]  [-G]  [-I str]  [-J type] [-K str]
       [-L str] [-M filename,...] [-P str]  [-S filename]  [-T filename]  [-V]
       [-X filename]  [-Z]  [-b N]  [-d filename]  [-e filename] [-f filename]
       [-l filename]   -m filename   [-o filename]   [-p filename]    [-t str]
       [-v filename] [-w N] [-x filename]


       asntool reads, validates, and displays ASN.1 module specifications.


       A summary of options is included below.

       -      Print usage message

       -B filename
              Generate objects and code in files named filename.*

       -D N   Debugging level for code generation:
              0      No debugging (default)
              1      Shallow debugging
              2      Deep debugging
              3-9    Same as 2

       -G     Generate object loader .c and .h files

       -I str Put "#include str" in generated .c file

       -J type
              Register type type with object manager

       -K str In generated .c, force name of #included asn header to str

       -L str Label registered type as str

       -M filename,...
              Search the ASN.1 modules in filename,... for external references

       -P str XML module prefix for DOCTYPE

       -S filename
              Send debugging output to filename rather than stderr

       -T filename
              Dump ASN.1 tree to filename

       -V     Force CHOICE  objects  to  use  custom  structures  rather  than
              ValNodePtrs,  for  compatibility with some old hand-coded object

       -X filename
              Write XML DTD to filename.   If  filename  is  "m",  print  each
              module to a separate file.

       -Z     Bit twiddle for optional zero value base slots

       -b N   Use  N-byte  buffers  (default  = 1024; anything between 512 and
              10000 is legal)

       -d filename
              Read binary values from filename (requires -t)

       -e filename
              Write binary values to filename

       -f filename
              Write ASN.1 module to filename

       -l filename
              Write ASN.1 loader to filename

       -m filename
              Read ASN.1 module from filename

       -o filename
              Write header to filename

       -p filename
              Write print values to filename

       -t str Expect binary values to have type str

       -v filename
              Read print values from filename

       -w N   Limit values in #defines to  N  bits  (default  =  31;  anything
              between 31 and 128 is legal)

       -x filename
              Write XML data to filename


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