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Current schema files:
Include tables that contain a summary of the schema files or modules, references to the types that are defined in a schema, and more.
Combine schema files into a single HTML page
Combine multiple input schema files into a single HTML page.
Include interactive features
Add HTML features (for example, Collapse/Expand), to explore a schema interactively in the browser.
Delete all the ASN.1 comments present in the original ASN.1 schema.
Include a line-overflow table
In the summary page, include a table that lists all the cases in which the reformatting operation encountered a token or comment that was too long.
Microsoft Word compatibility
Modify the generated HTML files so that you can open them in Microsoft Word.
Processing of Javadoc-style comments
Interpret /** ... */ comments and tags like @class, @brief, and @param as Javadoc-style comments. The original comment is replaced with a text box with special formatting.
Place processed Javadoc-style comments after the assignment
Insert the processed Javadoc-style comment after the assignment that owns it (by default, it is included before the assignment).
Page layout options:
Indent all text within braces
Text enclosed within braces is formatted as an indented text block.
Include one enumeration item per line
Each item of an ENUMERATED type is placed on a separate line.
Include one imported or exported symbol per line
Each symbol within an IMPORTS or EXPORTS clause is placed on a separate line.
Use non-breaking spaces
Include a non-breaking space instead of a standard space character.
Insert line numbers
Insert a line number before each line.
Element alignment intervals
Control the column widths in an HTML schema output. The HTML output is organized into five columns: identifier, type, OPTIONAL/DEFAULT, end-of-line comment, and end-of-line comment when an OPTIONAL or DEFAULT is present.
Indentation of a continuation line
Represents the indentation of a continuation line (when line wrapping occurs).
Indentation of braces
Represents the indentation increment that occurs when an opening brace is placed at the end of a line.
Indentation of the FROM keyword
Represents the indentation of the FROM keyword in an IMPORTS clause.
Indentation of imported or exported symbols
Represents the indentation of each symbol in an IMPORTS or EXPORTS clause when these symbols are placed on separate lines.
It is relevant when the input schema files contain tab characters.