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NAME

       gdc - D Front End for GCC

SYNOPSIS

       gdc [-switches] [-o outfile] files.d ...

       For  any  given  input  file,  the file name suffix determines what kind of compilation is
       done:

       file.d
       file.htm
       file.html
           D source files

       files.di
           D interface files

       files.o
           Object files to link in

       files.a
           Library files to link in

OPTIONS

   Option Summary
       Only the new options are listed here; gdc accepts mostly the same options as gcc.  Most of
       these have both positive and negative forms; the negative form of -ffoo would be -fno-foo.
       This manual documents only one of these two forms, whichever one is not the default.

       D Language Options

       -frelease
           Compile release version.

       -funittest
           Compile in unittest code.

       -fno-assert
           Generate runtime code for assert()'s.

       -fno-bounds-check
           Turns off array bounds checking for all functions.

       -fdebug-c
           With -g, generate C debug information.

       -fdeprecated
           Allow use of deprecated features.

       -fd-verbose
           Print information about D language processing to stdout.

       -fd-version=1
           Compile as D language version 1.

       -fd-vtls
           List all variables going into thread local storage.

       -fignore-unknown-pragmas
           Ignore unsupported pragmas.

       -femit-templates[=all|normal|private|none|auto]
           Control template emission.  These are the supported options:

           all
             Emit templates, expecting multiple copies to be merged by the linker.

           normal
             Emits templates, but only if the compiler determines that it needs to.

           private
             Emit templates, but make them private to the translation unit.  The executable  will
             have multiple copies of code and data.

           none
             Do not emit templates at all.

           auto
             For  targets  that  support  templates,  the  "all"  mode  is  used.  Otherwise, the
             "private" mode is used.

       -fdebug[=level|ident]
           Compile in debug code into the program.  These are supported options:

           level
             Compile in debug code <= level.

           ident
             Compile in debug code identified by ident.

       -fdeps=<filename>
           Write module dependencies to filename.

       -fonly=<filename>
           Process all modules specified on the command line, but  only  generate  code  for  the
           module specified by the argument.

       -fversion=<level|ident>
           Compile in version code >= level or identified by ident.

       -fintfc
           Generate D interface files.

       -fintfc-dir=<directory>
           Write D interface files to directory.

       -fintfc-file=<filename>
           Write D interface file to filename.

       -fdoc
           Generate documentation.

       -fdoc-dir=<directory>
           Write documentation file in directory.

       -fdoc-file=<filename>
           Write documentation file to filename.

       -fdoc-inc=<filename>
           Include a Ddoc macro file.

       -fXf=<filename>
           Write JSON file to filename.

       -fdump-source
           Dump decoded UTF-8 text and source from HTML.

SEE ALSO

       gcc(1)

AUTHOR

       GDC was written by, and copyright:
         David Friedman (C) 2004-2007

       Maintained by:
         Iain Buclaw (C) 2010
         Michael Parrott (C) 2010
         Vincenzo Ampolo (C) 2010

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