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NAME

       haxe - compile Haxe programs to SWF, Neko, JavaScript, PHP, C++, Java, C#, Python, Lua, or
       HashLink.

SYNOPSIS

       haxe -main class  [-swf9|-swf|-js|-neko|-php|-cpp|-as3|-cs|-java|-python|-hl|-lua]  output
       [options...]

DESCRIPTION

       haxe  is  a command-line compiler which compiles Haxe programs into Flash SWF, JavaScript,
       ActionScript, PHP, C++, Java, C#, Python, Lua, Neko bytecode, or HashLink bytecode.

       Haxe programs are syntactically similar to JavaScript, but  have  a  full-featured  static
       type system with generics, compile-time macros, generalized algebraic datatypes, and more.

OPTIONS

       -cp path
              Add a directory to find source files.

       -js file
              Compile code to JavaScript file.

       -lua file
              Compile code to Lua file.

       -swf file
              Compile code to Flash SWF file.

       -as3 directory
              Generate AS3 code into target directory.

       -neko file
              Compile code to Neko Binary.

       -php file
              Generate PHP code into target directory.

       -cpp file
              Generate C++ code into target directory.

       -cppia file
              Generate code to Cppia file.

       -cs directory
              Generate C# code into target directory.

       -java directory
              Generate Java code into target directory.

       -python file
              Generate Python code as target file.

       -hl file
              Compile HL code as target file.

       -xml file
              Generate XML types description.

       -main class
              Select startup class.

       -lib library[:version]
              Use a haxelib library.

       -D var[=value]
              Define a conditional compilation flag.

       -v     Turn on verbose mode.

       -debug Add debug information to the compiled code.

       -help  Show extended help information.

       --help Show extended help information.

       --help-defines
              Print help for all compiler specific defines.

       --help-metas
              Print help for all compiler metadatas.

       <dot-path>
              Compile the module specified by dot-path.

AUTHOR

       Haxe is currently maintained by the Haxe Foundation.  It was originally written by Nicolas
       Cannasse for Motion-Twin.

SEE ALSO

       haxelib(1).  https://haxe.org/.

                                           May 12, 2017                                   HAXE(1)