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FAUHDLC(1)							  [FIXME: manual]							FAUHDLC(1)

fauhdlc - Compile VHDL files to intermediate code. SYNOPSIS
fauhdlc [flags] [ --output filename ] [ --c-output filename ] [ --lib library [ vhdl-file ]...] { vhdl-file ...} DESCRIPTION
fauhdlc is a VHDL compiler, that will output intermediate code or C-code. It supports a subset of the VHDL 2000 standard. OPTIONS
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. -h, --help Show summary of options. -o, --output output-file Output intermediate code into output-file. -l, --lib library-name Put the following VHDL-files into the library with name library-name. If no --lib is present, all files will be put into the library "work". -f, --freestanding Do not preload any library except std.vhdl. By default, fauhdlc will preload common libraries (currently only std_logic_1164) in the appropriate library namespace. The --freestanding prevents this behaviour, for example if you want to override the implementation of such a library. -Werror Treat warnings as errors. -p, --parse-only Stop with compilation after parsing the source file(s). Mainly useful for debugging the compiler. -d, --dot-parse dot-file Output the raw syntax tree into dot-file, which can be used with the GraphViz tools. -c, --dot-const dot-file Output the syntax tree that exists after performing constant folding into dot-file, which can be used with the GraphViz tools. -C, --c-output c-file Generate output as a C file c-file, that can be compiled with a C-compiler, e.g. gcc. This option is yet experimental. SEE ALSO
fauhdli(1) CONTACT
Please report all bugs to FAUmachine Team FAUmachine/fauhdlc Homepage[1]. AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2009-2010 FAUmachine Team. Developed at Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. FAUhdlc comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. FAUhdlc is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. See COPYING for details. NOTES
1. FAUmachine/fauhdlc Homepage FAUmachine Team 08/12/2011 FAUHDLC(1)

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GP2C(1) 							       PARI								   GP2C(1)

GP2C - The GP to C compiler DESCRIPTION
gp2c [-ghfltvydWSTGV] [-i N] [-o <file>] [-p <prefix>] [] gp2c is a program that translate GP code to C code that use the libpari library. It tries to generate code looking like the PARI source code. user option: -o <file> : Place output in file <file>. -g : Generate automatic garbage collection code. -iN: Set indentation level to N spaces (default 2). -W : Output information about global variables. -p <prefix>: Prefix user-defined symbol by <prefix> to avoid conflict. -s <suffix>: Add suffix <suffix> to GP install names of functions. -S: Assume strict declarations for functions. query options: -h : This help. -f : Dump information about functions to stderr. -l : Output the list of functions known to the compiler. -t : Output the table of types known to the compiler. -v : Output version information and exit. debugging options: -d : Increase debugging level. -y : Switch parser to debug mode. -T : Output syntactic tree in treetool format. -TT : Output syntactic tree in VCG/GRL format. -G : Generate GP code in place of C code. Don't smile. -V : Do not clean up variables. file to be processed, default to stdin. The generated C code is output to stdout unless option -o is used. See the script gp2c-run for an automated compilation process. COPYING
Copyright 2000-2005 The PARI Group GP2C is free software, covered by the GNU General Public License, and you are welcome to change it and/or distribute copies of it under certain conditions. There is absolutely no warranty for GP2C. AUTHOR
Bill Allombert <> SEE ALSO
gp2c-run(1), gp2c-dbg(1), gp(1), gcc(1) GP to C compiler January 2005 GP2C(1)

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