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docs/CommandGuide/llvmgcc.pod less more
None =pod
1
2 =head1 NAME
3
4 llvm-gcc - LLVM C front-end
5
6 =head1 SYNOPSIS
7
8 B [I] I
9
10 =head1 DESCRIPTION
11
12 The B command is the LLVM C front end. It is a modified
13 version of gcc that compiles C/ObjC programs into native objects, LLVM
14 bitcode or LLVM assembly language, depending upon the options.
15
16 By default, B compiles to native objects just like GCC does. If the
17 B<-emit-llvm> and B<-c> options are given then it will generate LLVM bitcode files
18 instead. If B<-emit-llvm> and B<-S> are given, then it will generate LLVM
19 assembly.
20
21 Being derived from the GNU Compiler Collection, B has many
22 of gcc's features and accepts most of gcc's options. It handles a
23 number of gcc's extensions to the C programming language. See the gcc
24 documentation for details.
25
26 =head1 OPTIONS
27
28 =over
29
30 =item B<--help>
31
32 Print a summary of command line options.
33
34 =item B<-o> I
35
36 Specify the output file to be I.
37
38 =item B<-I> I
39
40 Add a directory to the header file search path. This option can be
41 repeated.
42
43 =item B<-L> I
44
45 Add I to the library search path. This option can be
46 repeated.
47
48 =item B<-l>I
49
50 Link in the library libI.[bc | a | so]. This library should
51 be a bitcode library.
52
53 =item B<-emit-llvm>
54
55 Make the output be LLVM bitcode (with B<-c>) or assembly (with B<-s>) instead
56 of native object (or assembly). If B<-emit-llvm> is given without either B<-c>
57 or B<-S> it has no effect.
58
59 =back
60
61 =head1 EXIT STATUS
62
63 If B succeeds, it will exit with 0. Otherwise, if an error
64 occurs, it will exit with a non-zero value.
65
66 =head1 SEE ALSO
67
68 L
69
70 =head1 AUTHORS
71
72 Maintained by the LLVM Team (L).
73
74 =cut
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None =pod
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2 =head1 NAME
3
4 llvm-g++ - LLVM C++ front-end
5
6 =head1 SYNOPSIS
7
8 B [I] I
9
10 =head1 DESCRIPTION
11
12 The B command is the LLVM C++ front end. It is a modified
13 version of g++ that compiles C++/ObjC++ programs into native code,
14 LLVM bitcode or assembly language, depending upon the options.
15
16 By default, B compiles to native objects just like GCC does. If the
17 B<-emit-llvm> option is given then it will generate LLVM bitcode files instead.
18 If B<-S> (assembly) is also given, then it will generate LLVM assembly.
19
20 Being derived from the GNU Compiler Collection, B has many
21 of g++'s features and accepts most of g++'s options. It handles a
22 number of g++'s extensions to the C++ programming language.
23
24 =head1 OPTIONS
25
26 =over
27
28 =item B<--help>
29
30 Print a summary of command line options.
31
32 =item B<-S>
33
34 Do not generate an LLVM bitcode file. Rather, compile the source
35 file into an LLVM assembly language file.
36
37 =item B<-c>
38
39 Do not generate a linked executable. Rather, compile the source
40 file into an LLVM bitcode file. This bitcode file can then be
41 linked with other bitcode files later on to generate a full LLVM
42 executable.
43
44 =item B<-o> I
45
46 Specify the output file to be I.
47
48 =item B<-I> I
49
50 Add a directory to the header file search path. This option can be
51 repeated.
52
53 =item B<-L> I
54
55 Add I to the library search path. This option can be
56 repeated.
57
58 =item B<-l>I
59
60 Link in the library libI.[bc | a | so]. This library should
61 be a bitcode library.
62
63 =item B<-emit-llvm>
64
65 Make the output be LLVM bitcode (or assembly) instead of native object (or
66 assembly).
67
68 =back
69
70 =head1 EXIT STATUS
71
72 If B succeeds, it will exit with 0. Otherwise, if an error
73 occurs, it will exit with a non-zero value.
74
75 =head1 SEE ALSO
76
77 L
78
79 =head1 AUTHORS
80
81 Maintained by the LLVM Team (L).
82
83 =cut
84