|CHICKEN(1)||General Commands Manual||CHICKEN(1)|
chicken — A
||[OPTION ...] [FILENAME ...]|
chicken is a compiler and interpreter for
the programming language Scheme supporting most of the features as described
in the Revised^5 Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme. The
chicken program is the basic Scheme-to-C translator
used in this system. For a more convenient interface, see
FILENAME should be a complete source file name with extension, or “-” for standard input. OPTION may be one of the following:
- Display usage and exit.
- Display compiler version and exit.
- Print release number and exit.
- Display information on compilation progress.
File and pathname options:
- Specifies output-filename, default is “out.c”.
- Specifies alternative path for included files.
- Write compiled file to stdout instead of file.
- Register feature identifier.
- Disable built-in feature identifier.
Syntax related options:
- Don't preserve case of read symbols.
- Allow alternative keyword syntax (prefix, suffix or none).
- Disables list delimiter synonyms.
- Disables support for escaped symbols.
- Disables the CHICKEN extensions to R5RS syntax.
- Macros are made available at run-time.
- Write compile-time module information into separate file.
- Emit import-libraries for all defined modules.
- Disable expansion of compiler-macros.
- Wrap compiled code in module of the given name.
- Always generate module registration code, even when import libraries are emitted.
- Do not generate module registration code. Overrides
- Do not use units ‘library’ and ‘eval’ by default.
- Link extensions statically.
- Stop compilation after macro-expansion.
- Stop compilation after first analysis pass.
- Disable warnings.
- Set level of available debugging information.
- Disable tracing information.
- Executable emits profiling information.
- Name of the generated profile information file.
- Executable emits profiling information in append mode.
- Omit additional procedure-information.
- Load additional type database.
- Write type-declaration information into file.
- Enable certain sets of optimization options.
- Enable leaf routine optimization.
- Standard procedures may be redefined.
- Disable all safety checks.
- Assume globals are only modified in current file.
- Enable block-compilation.
- Disable interrupts in compiled code.
- Assume all numbers are fixnums.
- Disables detection of stack-overflows.
- Enable inlining.
- Set inlining threshold.
- Enable cross-module inlining.
- Perform type-based specialization of primitive calls.
- Generate file with globally inlinable procedures (implies
- Explicitly load inline file.
- Disable argument count checks.
- Disable bound variable checks.
- Disable procedure call checks.
- Disable procedure call checks only for usual bindings.
- Disable procedure call checks for toplevel bindings.
- Assume variable do not change their type.
- Combine groups of local procedures into dispatch loop.
- Perform additional lightweight flow-analysis pass.
- Specifies inlining limit for self-recursive calls.
- Compile file as a library unit.
- Declare library unit as used.
- Specifies heap-size of compiled executable.
- Specifies nursery size of compiled executable.
- Load file before compilation commences.
- Add expression to front of source file.
- Add expression to end of source file.
- Include file before main source file.
- Include file after main source file.
- Compile as dynamically loadable code.
- Require and import extension NAME.
- Write a list of statically linked extensions to FILENAME, used for identifying the static objects that need to be linked to an executable.
- Display debugging output for the given modes.
- Do not generate implicit init- and exit code.
- Emit prototypes for callbacks before foreign declarations.
- Always emit import libraries, even when their contents haven't changed. The default behaviour is to preserve existing import libraries.
- Do not refer to repository for extensions.
- Prefer the current directory when locating extensions.
The following environment variables change the behaviour of
chicken utility exits 0 on
success, and >0 if an error occurs.
More information can be found in the CHICKEN User's Manual.
The CHICKEN Team
Submit bug reports by e-mail to email@example.com
|April 26, 2017||Debian|