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       ecc - eC Compiler


       ecc [-t target-platform]
           [-cpp C-preprocessor]
           [-defaultns default-namespace]
           -c input
           [-o output]
           [-symbols intermediate-dir]


       ecc will compile the eC source file specified in input to intermediate C code.

       Additionnally,  it  will  generate  the  symbols  import files (.imp) and (if the compiled
       source contains any  internationalizable  string)  partial  translation  strings  catalogs
       (.bowl)  used  by  ecs to produce the symbol loader, and generate the module's translation
       template (.pot).

       ecc relies on the symbols (.sym) for the input source as well as any other eC source files
       imported within it to be precompiled by ecp, and found in intermediate-dir.


       -o output The location and name for the output intermediate C file
       (Defaults to the location and name of input with the .ec extension replaced by .c)

   Intermediate Directory
       -symbols intermediate-dir

       Location of symbols (.sym) output from precompiler (ecp), and where to output import files
       (.imp) and partial translation strings catalogs (.bowl)

       -t target-platform

       Where target-platform is one of: win32 linux apple
       (Defaults to the host platform if not specified)

   Toolchain Options
       -cpp C-preprocessor

       Which C preprocessor to use (defaults to gcc)

   Namespace Options
       -defaultns default-namespace

          Assume all classes and namespaces defined in  source  file  are  within  the  namespace
       default-namespace.   This does not affect constructs defined with the default access mode,
       which are non-mangled and C compatible.

          Do not automatically resolve  constructs  within  namespaces  and  sub-namespaces.  All
       classes,  functions  and  defines  must  then  be  explicitly  qualified  with  their full

   Debugging Options
          Generate MemoryGuard function call stack information  for  use  with  MemoryGuard.   To
       enable  MemoryGuard,  the  MemoryGuard  configuration of the Ecere runtime library must be
       used.   The  easiest  way  to  do  so  is  adding  the  ecere  runtime   library   project
       (sdk/ecere/ecere.epj)  to  the  workspace,  toggle  its configuration to "MemoryGuard" and
       build it.  MemoryGuard can then be toggled by toggling the  active  configuration  of  the
       ecere project.

          Omit outputting eC source file line numbers in generated C file.

   Understood C Flags

       -isystem|-isysroot sysincludedir