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NAME

       patsopt - ATS2 to C compiler

SYNOPSIS

       patsopt [<options>] [-o <file>] <specifications>...

DESCRIPTION

       patsopt  is  the  compiler from ATS2 to C.  It is most commonly invoked by patscc which is
       the preferred frontend for compiling ATS2 code. If no output filename  is  specified  then
       the  default  is standard output. The output option -o <file> must be specified before any
       other specifications are given.

OPTIONS

       patsopt takes a number of commands with parameters to determine its behavior:

       --depgen
              Generate dependency lists.

       --gline
              Generate line pragma information in target code.

       -h, --help
              Print the usage information.

       --taggen
              Generate tagging information on syntactic entities.

       -tc, --typecheck
              Typecheck the given ATS source files, but go no further.

       -v, --version
              Show ATS2/Postiats version and gcc version.

SPECIFICATIONS

       patsopt takes a number of command-line specifications of the files it is to process.

       -d, --dynamic <filenames>
              Dynamically load the filenames.

       -o, --output <filename>
              Specify the output filename.

       -s, --static <filenames>
              Statically load the filenames.

       EXAMPLES

       patsopt -o test.c -d test.dats

       Compile test.dats to a C file.

       patsopt -tc -d test.dats

       Typecheck test.dats only.

SEE ALSO

       patscc(1),
       These programs are documented fully by The ATS2/Postiats user's manual available  via  the
       web at http://www.ats-lang.org/

AUTHOR

       patsopt was written by Hongwei Xi.

       This  manual  page  was written by Matthew Danish <mrd@debian.org>, for the Debian project
       (and may be used by others).

                                         October 8, 2013                                atsopt(1)