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Manual Reference Pages  -  FREEHDL-GENNODES (1)

NAME

FreeHDL-GENNODES - Abstract syntax tree generator used by the VHDL compiler/simulator FreeHDL.

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Availability
Copyright
Authors

SYNOPSIS

freehdl-gennodes CMD CHUNK IN-FILE OUT-FILE

DESCRIPTION

FreeHDL-GENNODES is an extensible framework for representing an abstract syntax tree. The program reads the IN-FILE and generates output for CHUNK in OUT-FILE, according to CMD.

When CMD is ‘header’, FreeHDL-GENNODES writes a header file to OUT-FILE that should be included by the users of the CHUNK. When it is ‘impl’, it writes the implementation of CHUNK.

SEE ALSO

freehdl-v2cc(1), freehdl-config(1), v2cc.libs(5)

AVAILABILITY

The latest version of FreeHDL can always be obtained from www.freehdl.seul.org

REPORTING BUGS

Known bugs are documented within the BUGS file. If your report addresses a parser related topic then contact Marius Vollmer <mvo@zagadka.ping.de>. If it is related to the code generator or compiler then send an email to Edwin Naroska <edwin@ds.e-technik.uni-dortmund.de>. If your are not sure send it to Edwin. He will take care of forwarding your report to the appropriate recipient.

COPYRIGHT

Marius Vollmer © 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 <mvo@zagadka.ping.de>

This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

AUTHORS

Written by Marius Vollmer <mvo@zagadka.ping.de> and Edwin Naroska <edwin@ds.e-technik.uni-dortmund.de>.
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