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ExtUtils::ParseXS(3)   Perl Programmers Reference Guide	  ExtUtils::ParseXS(3)

       ExtUtils::ParseXS - converts Perl XS code into C code

	 use ExtUtils::ParseXS qw(process_file);

	 process_file( filename => 'foo.xs' );

	 process_file( filename => 'foo.xs',
		       output => 'bar.c',
		       'C++' => 1,
		       typemap => 'path/to/typemap',
		       hiertype => 1,
		       except => 1,
		       prototypes => 1,
		       versioncheck => 1,
		       linenumbers => 1,
		       optimize => 1,
		       prototypes => 1,
       =head1 DESCRIPTION

       "ExtUtils::ParseXS" will compile XS code into C code by embedding the
       constructs necessary to let C functions manipulate Perl values and
       creates the glue necessary to let Perl access those functions.  The
       compiler uses typemaps to determine how to map C function parameters
       and variables to Perl values.

       The compiler will search for typemap files called typemap.  It will use
       the following search path to find default typemaps, with the rightmost
       typemap taking precedence.


       None by default.	 "process_file()" may be exported upon request.

	   This function processes an XS file and sends output to a C file.
	   Named parameters control how the processing is done.	 The following
	   parameters are accepted:

	   C++ Adds "extern "C"" to the C code.	 Default is false.

	       Retains "::" in type names so that C++ hierachical types can be
	       mapped.	Default is false.

	       Adds exception handling stubs to the C code.  Default is false.

	       Indicates that a user-supplied typemap should take precedence
	       over the default typemaps.  A single typemap may be specified
	       as a string, or multiple typemaps can be specified in an array
	       reference, with the last typemap having the highest precedence.

	       Generates prototype code for all xsubs.	Default is false.

	       Makes sure at run time that the object file (derived from the
	       ".xs" file) and the ".pm" files have the same version number.
	       Default is true.

	       Adds "#line" directives to the C output so error messages will
	       look like they came from the original XS file.  Default is

	       Enables certain optimizations.  The only optimization that is
	       currently affected is the use of targets by the output C code
	       (see perlguts).	Not optimizing may significantly slow down the
	       generated code, but this is the way xsubpp of 5.005 and earlier
	       operated.  Default is to optimize.

	       Enable recognition of "IN", "OUT_LIST" and "INOUT_LIST"
	       declarations.  Default is true.

	       Enable recognition of ANSI-like descriptions of function
	       signature.  Default is true.

	   s   I have no clue what this does.  Strips function prefixes?

	   This function returns the number of [a certain kind of] errors
	   encountered during processing of the XS file.

       Based on xsubpp code, written by Larry Wall.

       Maintained by Ken Williams, <ken@mathforum.org>

       Copyright 2002-2003 Ken Williams.  All rights reserved.

       This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself.

       Based on the ExtUtils::xsubpp code by Larry Wall and the Perl 5
       Porters, which was released under the same license terms.

       perl, ExtUtils::xsubpp, ExtUtils::MakeMaker, perlxs, perlxstut.

perl v5.10.1			  2009-07-22		  ExtUtils::ParseXS(3)

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