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NAME

       Pyste - Boost.Python code generator

SYNOPSIS

       pyste [options] interface-files

DESCRIPTION

       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.

       --module=<name>
              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

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

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

       --no-using
              Do not declare "using namespace boost"; use explicit declarations instead

       --pyste-ns=<name>
              Set the namespace where new types will be declared; default is the empty namespace

       --debug
              Writes the xml for each file parsed in the current directory

       --cache-dir=<dir>
              Directory for cache files (speeds up future runs)

       --only-create-cache
              Recreates all caches (doesn't generate code).

       --generate-main
              Generates the _main.cpp file (in multiple mode)

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

       --gccxml-path=<path>
              Path to gccxml executable (default: gccxml)

       --no-default-include
              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

SEE ALSO

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

              /usr/share/doc/libboost-doc/HTML/libs/python/pyste/index.html