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theme-d-link - the Theme-D linker
theme-d-link [ OPTION ] ... FILE
Link the Theme-D pseudocode file FILE and Theme-D libraries it uses into Guile bytecode. The default bytecode filename is obtained by appending .go to the basename of FILE. Command theme-d-link creates an intermediate file either in Guile Tree-IL or Scheme and uses Guile to compile it into bytecode. The default suffix of the intermediate file is either .tree-il or .scm. By default, the output file and the intermediate file are placed into the directory where the command theme-d-link 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. -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. --intermediate-file=INTFILE Specify the intermediate filename. --intermediate-language=LANGUAGE Specify the intermediate language. Value LANGUAGE has to be either tree-il or scheme. --no-final-compilation Do not compile the intermediate file with guild compile. --no-strip Do not strip away unused code. --no-factorization Do not factorize the type expressions out of procedure implementations. --no-weak-assertions Do not check ordinary assertions. Strong assertions are always checked. --backtrace Print backtrace on compilation error. --pretty-print Pretty print the pseudocode output. --no-verbose-errors Less information in the error messages. --keep-intermediate Keep the intermediate Tree-IL or Scheme file. By default the intermediate file is deleted. --link-to-cache Link the target bytecode file into the guile cache. --runtime-pretty-backtrace Generate code to support runtime pretty printed backtraces. --no-unlinked-procedure-names Do not generate code for reporting unlinked procedure names.
THEME_D_CONFIG_FILE If this variable is defined its value is used as the Theme-D configuration file instead of the default configuration file.
/etc/theme-d-config The Theme-D configuration file. ~/.theme-d-config The Theme-D configuration file. This file should be normally present only if you use Theme-D in local mode.
theme-d-compile(1), run-theme-d-program(1), setup-theme-d-test-env(1), /usr/share/doc/theme-d-doc/theme-d-user-guide.pdf.gz