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       cswig - generate Python and Tcl wrappers from C++ code.


       cswig [options] files...


       CableSwig  (cswig) is used to create interfaces (i.e. "wrappers") to interpreted languages
       such as Tcl and Python. It was created to produce wrappers for  ITK  because  the  toolkit
       uses  C++  structures  that  SWIG  cannot  parse  (deeply nested template instantiations).
       CableSwig is a combination tool that uses GCC_XML as the c++ parser. The input  files  are
       Cable  style  input  files.  The  XML produced from the Cable/GCC_XML input files are then
       parsed and feed into a modified version of SWIG. SWIG is a software development tool  that
       connects programs written in C and C++ with a variety of high-level programming languages.
       It is used to generate the language bindings to the target language.  Currently,  Tcl  and
       Python are supported.

   Target Language Options:
       -chicken        - Generate CHICKEN wrappers

       -csharp         - Generate C# wrappers

       -guile          - Generate Guile wrappers

       -java           - Generate Java wrappers

       -mzscheme       - Generate Mzscheme wrappers

       -ocaml          - Generate Ocaml wrappers

       -perl           - Generate Perl wrappers

       -php            - Generate PHP wrappers

       -pike           - Generate Pike wrappers

       -python         - Generate Python wrappers

       -ruby           - Generate Ruby wrappers

       -sexp           - Generate Lisp S-Expressions wrappers

       -tcl            - Generate Tcl wrappers

       -xml            - Generate XML wrappers

       General Options

       -nocable        - Run in regular swig mode.

       -Cindex file.mdx - Read a cable master index file

       -depend file.cmake - Specify a cmake depend file

       -c++            - Enable C++ processing

       -co             - Check a file out of the SWIG library

       -dirprot        - Turn on wrapping of protected members for director classes

       -D<symbol>      - Define a symbol <symbol> (for conditional compilation)

       -E              - Preprocess only, does not generate wrapper code

       -fcompact       - Compile in compact mode

       -fvirtual       - Compile in virtual elimination mode

       -Fstandard      - Display error/warning messages in commonly used format

       -Fmicrosoft     - Display error/warning messages in Microsoft format

       -help           - This output

       -I<dir>         - Look for SWIG files in <dir>

       -ignoremissing  - Ignore missing include files

       -importall      - Follow all #include statements as imports

       -includeall     - Follow all #include statements

       -l<ifile>       - Include SWIG library file <ifile>

       -M              - List all dependencies

       -MM             - List dependencies, but omit files in SWIG library

       -makedefault    - Create default constructors/destructors (the default)

       -module <name>  - Set module name to <name>

       -nocontract     - Turn off contract checking

       -nodefault      - Do not generate constructors/destructors

       -nodirprot      - Do not wrap director protected members

       -noexcept       - Do not wrap exception specifiers

       -noextern       - Do not generate extern declarations

       -noruntime      - Do not include SWIG runtime code

       -o <outfile>    - Set name of the output file to <outfile>

       -outdir <dir>   - Set language specific files output directory

       -runtime        - Make the runtime support code globally visible.

       -small          - Compile in virtual elimination & compact mode

       -swiglib        - Report location of SWIG library and exit

       -v              - Run in verbose mode

       -version        - Print SWIG version number

       -Wall           - Enable all warning messages

       -Wallkw         - Enable keyword warnings for all the supported languages

       -Werror         - Force to treat warnings as errors

       -w<list>        - Suppress/add warning messages by code.
              Use ',' as separator and the +/- signs as follows


              where  code  321(+)  is  added,  and  401(no  sign)  and 402(-) are suppressed. See
              documentation for code meanings.

       Tcl 8 Options (available with -tcl)

       -itcl           - Enable ITcl support

       -ldflags        - Print runtime libraries to link with

       -nosafe         - Leave out SafeInit module function.

       -prefix <name>  - Set a prefix <name> to be prepended to all names

       -namespace      - Build module into a Tcl 8 namespace

       -pkgversion     - Set package version

       Note: 'cswig -<lang> -help' displays options for a specific target language.

       SWIG Version 1.3.20 Copyright (c) 1995-1998 University of Utah  and  the  Regents  of  the
       University  of  California Copyright (c) 1998-2003 University of Chicago Compiled with g++

       Please see for reporting bugs and further information


       cableidx(1), gccxml(1).