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  • Gema

    Gema is a general purpose text processing utility based on the concept of pattern matching. In general, it reads an input file and copies it to an output file, while...

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  • GPP

    GPP is a general-purpose preprocessor with customizable syntax, suitable for a wide range of preprocessing tasks. Its independence from any one programming language...

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  • PP - A generic Preprocessor

    P is a text preprocessor designed for Pandoc (and more generally Markdown and reStructuredText). PP implements: - macros - literate programming - GraphViz, PlantUML...

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  • Filepp

    filepp is a generic file preprocessor. It is designed to allow the functionality provided by the C preprocessor to be used with any file type. filepp supports the...

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  • Mozilla Text Preprocessor

    The build preprocessor is similar to the C preprocessor, meant for processing files which have no built-in preprocessor such as XUL and JavaScript documents.

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  • preprocess

    A variation on the C preprocessor that (1) works on multiple languages and (2) encodes preprocessor statements as comments in that language so syntax correctness is not...

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  • GCC C Preprocessor (cpp)

    The C preprocessor implements the macro language used to transform C, C++, and Objective-C programs before they are compiled. It can also be useful on its own.

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