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FreeHDL-GENNODES(1)		 User Commands		   FreeHDL-GENNODES(1)

NAME
       FreeHDL-GENNODES	- Abstract syntax tree generator used by the VHDL com-
       piler/simulator FreeHDL.

SYNOPSIS
       freehdl-gennodes	CMD CHUNK IN-FILE OUT-FILE

DESCRIPTION
       FreeHDL-GENNODES	is an extensible framework  for	 representing  an  ab-
       stract 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.free-
       hdl.seul.org

REPORTING BUGS
       Known  bugs  are	 documented  within the	BUGS file.  If your report ad-
       dresses a parser	related	topic then  contact  Marius  Vollmer  <mvo@za-
       gadka.ping.de>.	 If  it	 is  related to	the code generator or compiler
       then send  an  email  to	 Edwin	Naroska	 <edwin@ds.e-technik.uni-dort-
       mund.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 (C) 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  <ed-
       win@ds.e-technik.uni-dortmund.de>.

Debian/GNU Linux		 January 2006		   FreeHDL-GENNODES(1)

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