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       theme-d-compile - the Theme-D compiler


       theme-d-compile [ OPTION ] ...  FILE


       Compile  the  Theme-D source file FILE to Theme-D pseudocode. The default output file name
       is obtained by replacing the suffix of the source file as follows:

       thp => tcp

       ths => tcs

       thi => tci

       thb => tcb

       By default, the output file is placed into the directory where the command theme-d-compile
       is invoked.


       -o, --output=OUTPUTFILE
              Specify the compilation output file.

       -m, --module-path=PATH
              Specify  the  search  path  for  Theme-D  modules.  The  path  should  be a list of
              directories separated with :'s. You can prefix the list with a colon  in  order  to
              include the default Theme-D library path in the search path.

       -u, --unit-type=TYPE
              Specify the type of the unit to be compiled. The unit type has to be one of proper-
              program, script, interface, or body.

       -l, --message-level=LEVEL
              Specify the message level of the compiler. The level has to be  an  integer  number
              from 0 to 3. Value 0 means no output and value 3 the most verbose output.

              Do only macro expansion on the source.

              Compile the source without macro expansion.

              Print backtrace on compilation error.

              Pretty print the pseudocode output.

              Less information in the error messages.

              Show information about loading modules.


              If  this  variable  is  defined its value is used as the Theme-D configuration file
              instead of the default configuration file.


              The Theme-D configuration file.

              The Theme-D configuration file. This file should be normally present  only  if  you
              use Theme-D in local mode.


       theme-d-link(1),  run-theme-d-program(1), setup-theme-d-test-env(1), /usr/share/doc/theme-