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Manual Reference Pages  -  SLICE2JAVA (1)

NAME

slice2java - The Slice to Java compiler.

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
See Also

SYNOPSIS

slice2java [options] [files]

DESCRIPTION

slice2java compiles Slice files to Java. Full documentation for slice2java is available online at:
"https://doc.zeroc.com/display/Ice36/slice2java+Command-Line+Options".

OPTIONS

-h, --help
  Displays a help message.

-v, --version
  Displays the compiler version.

-DNAME Defines the preprocessor symbol NAME.

-DNAME=DEF
  Defines the preprocessor symbol NAME with the value DEF.

-UNAME Undefines the preprocessor symbol NAME.

-IDIR Add the directory DIR to the search path for #include directives.

-E Print the preprocessor output on stdout.

--output-dir DIR
  Place the generated files into directory DIR.

-d, --debug
  Print debug information showing the operation of the Slice parser.

--ice Permit use of the normally reserved prefix Ice for identifiers. Use this option only when compiling the source code for the Ice run time.

--underscore
  Permit use of underscores in Slice identifiers.

--tie Generate tie classes.

--impl Generate sample implementation files. This option will not overwrite an existing file.

--impl-tie
  Generate sample implementation files using tie classes. This option will not overwrite an existing file.

--checksum CLASS
  Generate checksums for Slice definitions into the class CLASS. The given class name may optionally contain a package specifier. The generated class contains checksums for all of the Slice files being translated by this invocation of the compiler.

--stream
  Generate streaming helper functions for Slice types.

--meta META
  Define the global metadata directive META. Using this option is equivalent to defining the global metadata META in each named Slice file, as well as in any file included by a named Slice file. Global metadata specified with --meta overrides any corresponding global metadata directive in the files being compiled.

SEE ALSO

slice2cpp(1), slice2cs(1), slice2freeze(1), slice2freezej(1), slice2html(1), slice2php(1), slice2py(1), slice2rb(1)

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