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The gencat program is specified in the X/Open standard and the GNU implementation follows this specification and so processes all correctly formed input files. Additionally some extension are implemented which help to work in a more reasonable way with the catgets(3) functions.
, --header NAME

Create C header file NAME containing symbol definitions


Do not use existing catalog, force new output file

-o, --output NAME

Write output to file NAME


gencat was written by Ulrich Drepper as part of the GNU C Library.

This man page was written by Jeff Bailey <jbailey[:at:]debian[:dot:]org>.

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