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perlcc & Compiling Perl Script

Nov02: perlcc & Compiling Perl Script

-L <directory>	# Search <directory> for run-time libraries.
-I <directory>	# Search <directory> for C include files.
-o <name>		# Generate output as file <name> instead of 			    a.out.
-v <level>		# Print verbose status messages while 			    compiling.
-e <script>		# Compile a one-line script.
-r 		# Run the executable after compiling it.
-B		# Compile into byte code.
-O		# Use optimized C backend.
-c		# Generate an linker file (.o).
-h		# Print help message.
-S		# Dump C files.
-T		# Run Perl backend using -T.
-t		# Run Perl backend using -t.
-static		# Enable -static option.
-shared		# Create a shared library.
-log <filename>	# Save compilation messages in file.
-Wb <options>	# Pass options to the backend
-testsuite		# Optimize for Perl test suite.

Figure 1: Perlcc command-line options.

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