|--help Print the option summary on the command line.|
|--version Print version information and exit.|
|--include Add path to the include search path.|
|--library Add path to the library search path.|
|--hash-seed [hexnum]||Sets the hash seed to the specified value. This option is useful for debugging intermittent failures, but should not be used in production. For more information about this option, see docs/dev/profiling.pod, docs/project/hacking_tips.pod, docs/running.pod, and docs/submissions.pod.|
|--dynext Add path to the dynamic extension search path.|
These options select the runcore, which is useful for performance tuning and debugging. For more information about these options, see the About runcores section in docs/running.pod.
-R --runcore [CORE] Select the runcore. The following cores are available in Parrot, but not all may be available on your system:
fast bare-bones core without bounds-checking or context-updating (default) slow, bounds bounds checking core trace bounds checking core with trace info (see parrot --help-debug) profiling see F<docs/dev/profiling.pod> subprof subroutine-level profiler (see POD in F<src/runcore/subprof.c>)
-p --profile Run with the slow core and print an execution profile. -t --trace Run with the slow core and print trace information to stderr. See parrot --help-debug for available flag bits.
GC MS2 options
-D --parrot-debug[=HEXFLAGS] Turn on interpreter debug flag. See parrot --help-debug for available flag bits. --help-debug Print the summary of debugging and tracing flag bits. -w --warnings Turn on warnings. See parrot --help-debug for available flag bits. -G --no-gc Turn off GC. This may prove useful for finding GC-related bugs.
Note: Do not use this option for longer running programs: since memory is no longer recycled, it may quickly become exhausted. -g --gc [GC-type]
GC GMS options
--gc-dynamic-threshold=percentage Maximum memory wasted by GC --gc-min-threshold=Kb
--gc-nursery-size=percent of system Size of gen0 (default 2) --gc-debug Turn on GC (Garbage Collection) debugging. This imposes some stress on the GC subsystem and can considerably slow down execution. --leak-test|--destroy-at-end Free all memory of the last interpreter. This is useful when running leak checkers. -. --wait Read a keystroke before starting. This is useful when you want to attach a debugger on platforms such as Windows. --runtime-prefix Print the runtime prefix path and exit. --numthreads <number> Overrides the automatically detected number of CPU cores to set the number of OS threads. Minimum number: 2
-O[level] Valid optimizer levels: -O, -O1, -O2, -Op
-O1 enables the pre_optimizer, runs before control flow graph (CFG) is built. It includes strength reduction and rewrites certain if/branch/label constructs.
-O2 runs afterwards, handles constant propagation, jump optimizations, removal of unused labels and dead code.
-Op applies -O2 to pasm files also.
The old options -Oc (tailcall) and -Oj are currently ineffective.
-O defaults to -O1.
-d[=HEXFLAGS] --imcc-debug[=HEXFLAGS] Turn on compiler debug flags. See parrot --help-debug for available flag bits. -E --pre-process-only Preprocess source file (expand macros) and print result to stdout:
$> parrot -E t/op/macro_10.pasm $> parrot -E t/op/macro_10.pasm | parrot -- -
-o --output=FILE Act like an assembler, but do not execute the code, unless the -r is supplied as well. If outputfile ends with .pbc, parrot will write a PBC file. If it ends with .pasm, parrot will output a PASM file, even from PASM input. --output-pbc Act like an assembler, but always output bytecode, even if the output file does not end in .pbc -a --pasm Assume PASM input on stdin. -c --pbc Assume PBC file on stdin and execute it. NOTE: If whitespace separates the -d switch from the argument, the argument must start with a number, i.e., a decimal digit. -r --run-pbc Only useful after -o or --output-pbc. Execute the program from the compiled in-memory image. If two -r options are supplied, the .pbc file is read from disc and executed. This is needed, primarily, for tests. -y --yydebug Turn on yydebug in yacc/bison. -v --verbose Turn on compiler verbosity.
If the file ends in .pbc it will be interpreted immediately.
If the file ends in .pasm, then it is parsed as PASM code. Otherwise, it is parsed as PIR code. In both cases, it will then be executed, unless the -o flag was supplied.
If the file is a single dash, input from stdin is read.
Optional arguments passed to the running program as ARGV. The program is assumed to know what to do with the arguments.
PARROT_RUNTIME If this environment variable is set, parrot will use this path as its runtime prefix instead of the compiled-in path. This is useful if you want to execute a version of parrot different from the one on the compiled-in path. PARROT_GC_DEBUG Turn on the --gc-debug flag.
docs/running.pod Additional information on command line options.
http://www.parrot.org/ The official Parrot web site.
http://docs.parrot.org/ Parrots official documentation site.
http://parrot.github.com/ An alternative documentation site.
For information on how to submit a bug report, see docs/submissions.pod.
Parrot is a product of the contributions of a great many people. For a list of most of these people, see CREDITS.
Copyright (C) 2001-2014, Parrot Foundation.
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