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The Beryl/Compiz Options Parser, known as '''BCOP''', is a tool to autogenerate code for working with options in Compiz plugins. It allows the developer to describe a plugin's options using XML code, which is then used by BCOP to generate either a gconf schema or the necessary C code to be included by the plugin. The advantage of this is that the developer only needs to maintain this one XML file. The Beryl/Compiz Options Parser, known as '''BCOP''', is a tool to autogenerate code for working with options in Compiz plugins. It allows the developer to describe a plugin's options using XML code, which is then used by BCOP to generate a gconf schema, as well as the necessary C code to be included by the plugin. The advantage of this is that the developer only needs to maintain this one XML file.

The Beryl/Compiz Options Parser, known as BCOP, is a tool to autogenerate code for working with options in Compiz plugins. It allows the developer to describe a plugin's options using XML code, which is then used by BCOP to generate a gconf schema, as well as the necessary C code to be included by the plugin. The advantage of this is that the developer only needs to maintain this one XML file.

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How to use BCOP

Writing the metadata file

Development/BCOP (last edited 2008-04-19 09:12:48 by CPE-58-161-138-188)