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       coqdep - Compute inter-module dependencies for Coq programs


       coqdep  [  -I directory  ] [ -coqlib directory ] [ -i ] [ -slash ] filename ...  directory


       coqdep computes inter-module dependencies for Coq programs, and prints the dependencies on
       the  standard output in a format readable by make.  When a directory is given as argument,
       it is recursively looked at.

       Dependencies of Coq modules are computed by looking at Require commands (Require,  Require
       Export, Require Import, possibly restricted by a From clause), Declare ML Module commands,
       Add LoadPath commands and Load commands. Dependencies relative to  modules  from  the  Coq
       library are not printed except if -boot is given.


       -f file
              Read filenames and options -I, -R and -Q from a _CoqProject FILE.

       -I/-Q/-R options
              Have  the  same  effects  on  load path and modules names as for other Coq commands
              (coqtop, coqc).

       -coqlib directory
              Indicates where is the Coq library.  The  default  value  has  been  determined  at
              installation  time,  and  therefore  this  option  should  not be used under normal

       -exclude-dir dir
              Skips subdirectory dir during -R/-Q search.

       -sort  Output the given file name ordered by dependencies.

       -vos   Output dependencies for .vos files (this is not the default as it breaks dune's Coq

       -boot  For  coq  developers,  prints  dependencies  over  coq  library  files  (omitted by

              Currently no effect.

       -vos   Includes dependencies about .vos files.

       -dyndep (opt|byte|both|no|var)
              Set how dependencies over ML modules are printed.


       1      A file given on the command line cannot be found, or some file cannot be opened, or
              there is a syntax error in one of the commands recognized by coqdep.

       0      In  all other cases. In particular, when a dependency cannot be found or an invalid
              option is encountered, coqdep prints a warning and exits with status 0.


       ocamlc(1), coqc(1), make(1).


       Lexers (for Coq and OCaml) correctly handle nested comments and strings.

       The treatment of symbolic links is primitive.

       If two files have the same name, in two different directories, a  warning  is  printed  on
       standard error.

       There is no way to limit the scope of the recursive search for directories.


       Consider the files (in the same directory):

            a.mllib X.v Y.v and Z.v


       +      a.mllib contains the module names `B' and `C';

       +      Y.v contains the command `Require Foo.X' ;

       +      Z.v contains the commands `From Foo Require X' and `Declare ML Module "a"'.

       To get the dependencies of the Coq files:

              example% coqdep -I . -Q . Foo *.v
              X.vo X.glob X.v.beautified X.required_vo: X.v
              X.vio: X.v
              Y.vo Y.glob Y.v.beautified Y.required_vo: Y.v X.vo
              Y.vio: Y.v X.vio
              Z.vo Z.glob Z.v.beautified Z.required_vo: Z.v X.vo ./a.cma ./a.cmxs
              Z.vio: Z.v X.vio ./a.cma ./a.cmxs


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