users, curious about GCC MELT, having
already downloaded and installed it, and
fluent with command-line and development utilities
(e.g. gcc, make, bash, awk, some
editor like emacs, vim, or gedit etc...),
and already knowing how
to invoke GCC. Check
that your gcc command invokes directly
the GCC compiler, without being
aliased to utilities
It is strongly suggested to read the
tutorials below in order, after having
installed GCC MELT on your computer.
Tutorial on invoking and using the MELT plugin
Read first our tutorial on how to
use GCC MELT (after having
installed it). This tutorial will explain on how to invoke
the MELT plugin
(It does not explain the MELT
language, or how to develop your own GCC
extensions in MELT).
To be written, to explain how to customize GCC. See
some slides below.
Reference for GCC MELT
Reference documentation addresses
the experimented GCC MELT user.
Reference documentation should be available locally
on your system if the GCC MELT plugin has
been properly installed. This documentation is written or generated
in Texinfo form,
then converted to HTML.
GCC MELT user reference documentation
The user reference documentation explains how to use
the GCC MELT plugin, i.e. what are the
available program argument options and environment variables. It is
in the (hand-written)
file meltplugin.html (GFDL
GCC MELT API reference documentation
The API reference documentation explains how to code in the
the MELT domain specific language,
i.e. what language constructs (macros, primitives, functions....)
are available. It is machine-generated from :doc
annotations inside *.melt files. It is available in the big (generated) file meltpluginapi.html (GPLv3 licensed, since derived from GPLv3 source code).