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$ gnatname -c /home/me/names.adc -d sources "[a-z]*.ada*"

In this example, the directory /home/me must already exist and be writable. In addition, the directory /home/me/sources (specified by `-d sources') must exist and be readable.

Note the optional spaces after `-c' and `-d'.

$ gnatname -P/home/me/proj -x "*_nt_body.ada"
-dsources -dsources/plus -Dcommon_dirs.txt "body_*" "spec_*"

Note that several switches `-d' may be used, even in conjunction with one or several switches `-D'. Several Naming Patterns and one excluded pattern are used in this example.