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NAME

       GAC - The GAP Compiler

SYNOPSIS

          gac [-c|-d] [-o <output>] {-f<option>} <input>...

DESCRIPTION

       GAC   compiles  the  input  files.   Input files  must be GAP  source code (suffix '.g' or
       '.gap'),  C source code (suffix '.c'),  or compiled  code files (suffix '.o').

       If  neither -c  nor -d is given,  then 'gac'  produces
              a  new kernel, which contains the compiled code for all the input files.

       -c     Compiles the input files to statically loadable object files, which must be  linked
              together to a new kernel.

       -d     Compiles  the input files to dynamically loadable object files, which can be loaded
              by a kernel at runtime.

       -C     Only compiles the input files to C code, which will require compilation and linking
              to be usable.

       -r     Statically  compiled files will be assumed to be given by pathnames relative to the
              GAP root, and will be compiled for automatic loading when files are sought relative
              to the GAP root.

       -o <output>
              Name the output file <output>.

       -save-temps
              Tells 'gac' to not delete any intermediate files

       -p <option>
              Pass the option  <option> to  the C compiler.

       -P <option>
              Pass the option  <option> to  the C linker.

       -L <option>
              Tells  'gac'  to  pass  the  option   <option> to the C linker when linking dynamic
              modules. Contrary to -P the option is appended at the end of the link command after
              the .o files to link.

SEE ALSO

       gap(1)

       You  can  read  the  complete  manual in /usr/share/gap/doc or you can use the online help
       system. Type ?help inside GAP to access it.

AUTHORS

              The GAP Group <http://www.gap-system.org>

COPYRIGHT

            Copyright (1987--2018) by the GAP Group,

            GAP  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.