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g-ir-compiler(1)					      g-ir-compiler(1)

NAME
       g-ir-compiler - typelib compiler.

SYNOPSIS
       g-ir-compiler [OPTION...] GIRFILE

DESCRIPTION
       g-ir-compiler  converts one or more GIR files into one or more typelib.
       It can either emit the raw typelib blob (default behavior)  or  C  code
       (--code).  The  output  will  be	 written to standard output unless the
       --output is specified.

OPTIONS
       ---help
	      Show help options

	---code
	      Emit C code which is suitable for including in a shared  library
	      instead of a raw typelib.

	---output=FILENAME
	      Save the resulting output in FILENAME.

       ---verbose
	      Show verbose messages

       ---debug
	      Show debug messages

       ---no-init
	      Do not include an initialization snippet to register the typelib
	      in the respository. This can only be  used  if  --code  is  also
	      specified.

       ---includedir=DIRECTORY
	      Adds  a directory which will be used to find includes inside the
	      GIR format.

       ---module=MODULE
	      FIXME

       ---shared-library=FILENAME
	      Specifies the shared library where the symbols  in  the  typelib
	      can  be  found.	The name of the library should not contain the
	      leading lib prefix nor the ending shared library suffix.

       BUGS   Report bugs at http://bugzilla.gnome.org/ in  the	 glib  product
	      and introspection component.

HOMEPAGE and CONTACT
       http://live.gnome.org/GObjectIntrospection

AUTHORS
       Mattias Clasen

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