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       Shedskin - An experimental (restricted) Python-to-C++ Compiler


       shedskin [OPTION]... FILE


       Shed  Skin is an experimental compiler, that can translate pure, but implicitly statically
       typed Python (2.4-2.6) programs into optimized C++. It can generate  stand-alone  programs
       or extension modules that can be imported and used in larger Python programs.

       Besides  the  typing  restriction,  programs cannot freely use the Python standard library
       (although about 25 common modules, such as random and re, are currently supported).  Also,
       not  all  Python features, such as nested functions and variable numbers of arguments, are


          -a --ann               Output annotated source code (

          -b --nobounds          Disable bounds checking

          -e --extmod            Generate extension module

          -f --flags             Provide alternate Makefile flags

          -g --nogcwarns         Disable runtime GC warnings

          -l --long              Use long long integers

          -m --makefile          Specify alternate Makefile name

          -n --silent            Silent mode, only show warnings

          -o --noassert          Disable assert statements

          -r --random            Use fast random number generator (rand())

          -s --strhash           Use fast string hashing algorithm (murmur)

          -w --nowrap            Disable wrap-around checking

          -x --traceback         Print traceback for uncaught exceptions

          -L --lib               Add a library directory