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faucc - C compiler generating Intel code for 16 bit/32 bit CPUs.

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NAME

faucc - C compiler generating Intel code for 16 bit/32 bit CPUs.

SYNOPSIS

faucc [  -B path ] [ -D  MACRO [=def]] [  -E ] [  -I path ] [  -L  path ] [ -MD ] [ -MF file ] [  -MP ] [  -MT target ] [ -O  level ] [ -S ] [  -T script ] [  -U  macro ] [ -Wl, arg ] [ -Xlinker  arg ] [ -b  arch ] [ -c ] [  -f arg ] [  -m  arch ] [ -nostdlib ] [  -o output  ] [ -print-lib-faucc-file-name ] [  --freestanding ] [  --no-stack-protector ] {  file  ...}

DESCRIPTION

faucc is a C compiler, that can generate Intel 16 bit or 32 bit Code.

OPTIONS

faucc tries to mimic the options of gcc. A number of options will be passed to the C preprocessor cpp or to the linker (done via a call to the c-compiler gcc) in unmodified form.
-B path
Override the directory prefix where cc1 is looked up with path.
-D MACRO, -D MACRO=def
Define MACRO with the optional initial definition def. If def is omitted, it defaults to 1.
-E
Only perform preprocessing, but do not run the compiler.
-I path
Add path to the include path in which header files are searched.
-L path
Add path to the library search path, in which the linker will look for libraries.
-MD
Output dependency information while preprocessing.
-MF, file
Output dependency information while preprocessing to file.
-MP,
When the preprocessor should output dependency information, it will generate PHONY targets for each dependency.
-MT target
When the preprocessor should output dependency information, use target as the dependency rule target.
-O level
Currently ignored.
-S
Output assembly code.
-T script
Use script as linker script.
-U macro
Undefine a previously defined macro.
-Wl,arg, -Xlinker arg
Pass arg to the linker.
-b arch
Generate code for arch (either i286 or i386)
-c
Perform compilation, but do not link.
-f arg
Pass code generation argument arg to the compiler. See the cc1 man page for possible arguments.
-m arch
Currently ignored.
-nostdlib
With this option, the linker will only search for libraries that are passed as command line arguments.
-o file
Write output to file.
-print-libfaucc-file-name
Print the full path of the internal compiler library libfaucc.a.
-static
Perform static linking.
--freestanding, --no-stack-protector
Currently ignored.

EXAMPLES

faucc -c hello-world.c -o hello-world.o
Compile the program hello-world.c and output the object as hello-wolrd.o.
faucc -S -b i286 -o test.s test.c
Compile the program test.c to 16 bit code and output the assembly listing to test.s, but do not assemble or link the result yet.

SEE ALSO

cc1(1) , cpp(1) , gcc(1) , ld(1)

CONTACT

Please report all bugs to FAUcc Team <info@faumachine.org>. FAUcc Homepage[1].

AUTHOR

FAUcc Team Copyright © 2009 FAUcc Team. Developed at Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg.
 
FAUcc comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. FAUcc is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. See COPYING for details.
 

NOTES

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FAUcc Homepage
http://www.faumachine.org
05/26/2016 FAUcc Team