C++(1) C++(1) NAME c++/2c, c++/kc, c++/vc, c++/8c, c++/2l, c++/kl, c++/vl, c++/8l - C++ compilers and loaders SYNOPSIS c++/2c [options] file ... c++/8c [options] file ... c++/kc [options] file ... c++/vc [options] file ... c++/2l [options] file ... c++/8l [options] file ... c++/kl [options] file ... c++/vl [options] file ... DESCRIPTION The c++ compilers, c++/?c, compile the named C++ files into object files for the specified architecture (see 2c(1)). They use cpp(1) as the preprocessor, cfront 3.0.1 as the C++ to C translator, and the appropriate C compiler such as 2c. The c++ loaders, C++/?l, load object files using appropriate object loaders (see 2l(1)) and patch, the C++ static con- structor initializer. The compilers and loaders use C++ and APE (ANSI C/POSIX) include files and libraries. Let the first letter of the base name of the compiler or loader be O= 2, 8, k, or v. The compiler options are: -d Don't expand inline functions. -o obj Place output in file obj (allowed only if there is just one input file). Default is to take the last element of the input path name, strip any trailing .c, and append .O. -v Print the version number of the compiler and the commands as they are executed. A second -v causes the commands that would be executed to be printed without actually executing them. -w Print warning messages. -xfile Take cross compiling information from file. By default, this information is taken from /sys/lib/c++/O.sz. -A Complain about functions used without a new-style C++(1) C++(1) ANSI function prototype. -B Turn off the action of the -A flag. This option is on by default. -Dname=def -Dname Define the name to the preprocessor, as if by `#define'. If no definition is given, the name is defined as `1'. -E Print the preprocessed version of the file on standard output. -F Print the preprocessed and cfronted version of the file on standard output. -Idir `#include' files whose names do not begin with `/' are always sought first in the directory of the file argument, then in directories named in -I options, then in /$objtype/include/c++, /sys/include/c++, /$objtype/include/ape, and /sys/include/ape. -O Perform object code optimization. This option is on by default. -N Turn off the action of the -O flag. -S Print an assembly language version of the object code on standard output. -Uname Remove any initial definition of name. -a Instead of compiling, print on standard output acid functions (see acid(1)) for examining struc- tures declared in the source files. The loader options are: -o out Place output in file out. Default is O.out. EXAMPLE To produce a MIPS executable prog from C++ files main.c, sub.c, and using the task library: c++/vc main.c sub.c c++/vl -o prog main.v sub.v m.v -ltask FILES /sys/include/c++ directory for machine-independent #include directives. /sys/include/ape directory for machine-independent C++(1) C++(1) #include directives. /$objtype/include/c++ directory for machine-dependent #include directives. /$objtype/include/ape directory for machine-dependent #include directives. /$objtype/lib/c++ C++ libraries. /$objtype/lib/ape/libap.a ANSI C/POSIX library. /sys/lib/c++/O.sz Cross-compilation information for cfront. /$cputype/bin/c++/cfront C++ to C translator. /$cputype/bin/c++/patch C++ static constructor initial- izer. SOURCE /sys/src/c++ SEE ALSO 2c(1), 2a(1), 2l(1), db(1), acid(1), cpp(1), mk(1), nm(1), pcc(1) BUGS The task library works only for the MIPS and the SPARC. The Interrupt class is not yet supported. The source to the translator is not included in the distribution.