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Manual Reference Pages  -  PARROT-NQP (1)

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NAME

parrot-nqp - Not Quite Perl (6)

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

parrot-nqp <file>

DESCRIPTION

This is Not Quite Perl (6) — a High Level Language (HLL) which allows one to write Perl6-like code. The key feature of NQP is that it’s designed to be an easy-to-parse subset of Perl 6. It is geared towards being a high-level way to create transformers for Parrot (especially HLL compilers). It is based on PCT::HLLCompiler.

NQP is used as a bootstrapping language in for Rakudo, and hence developed outside of the main Parrot git repository. It is occasionally snapshotted into the main Parrot codebase so it can be bundled with Parrot releases and be used by core Parrot developers as well as HLL developers.

    Command Line Usage

For help use :



    -h
    --help



To show version use :



    -v
    --version



To display the parse tree for regular expression use :



    --target=parse



To dispaly the PIR subroutine gererated to match the regular expression use :



    --target=pir



For dumper use :



    --dumper=s



To trace use :



    -t=s
    --trace=s



For encoding use :



    --encoding=s



To combine use :



    --combine



For stage stats use :



    --stagestats



For backtrace use :



    --ll-backtrace



For output use :



    -o=s
    --output=s



HELP

For more help or any other question you go to <http://parrot.org> or <http://github.com/parrot/parrot>.Or you can send email to ’parrot-dev@parrot.org’. You are also invited to join the #parrot IRC channel on irc.parrot.org.
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