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       Pyste - Boost.Python code generator


       pyste [options] interface-files


       Pyste is a Boost.Python code generator. The user specifies the classes and functions to be
       exported using a simple interface file which, following the Boost.Python's philosophy,  is
       simple  Python  code.  Pyste  then  uses  GCCXML  to parse all the headers and extract the
       necessary information to automatically generate C++ code.

              The name of the module that will be generated;  defaults  to  the  first  interface
              filename, without the extension.

       -I <path>
              Add an include path

       -D <symbol>
              Define symbol

              Create various cpps, instead of only one (useful during development)

              Specify  output filename (default: <module>.cpp) in --multiple mode, this will be a

              Do not declare "using namespace boost"; use explicit declarations instead

              Set the namespace where new types will be declared; default is the empty namespace

              Writes the xml for each file parsed in the current directory

              Directory for cache files (speeds up future runs)

              Recreates all caches (doesn't generate code).

              Generates the _main.cpp file (in multiple mode)

              A file with one pyste file per line. Use as a substitute for passing the  files  in
              the command line.

              Path to gccxml executable (default: gccxml)

              Do not use INCLUDE environment variable for include files to pass along gccxml.

       -h, --help
              Print this help and exit

       -v, --version
              Print version information


       The  full documentation for Pyste is maintained in HTML format.  If you have the libboost-
       doc package installed, the manual starts at