Ag++ a frontend to ac++ and g++
ag++ -o output input.cpp
ag++ -c -o output.o -o input.cpp
This manual page documents briefly the ag++ command.
ag++ is a frontend to ac++ and g++ provided by AspectC++. For a better (and more complete) reference, see the AspectC++ documentation.
ag++ is called much like g++ itself. Check the two syntax forms above and follow these explanations:
The first syntax form takes input.cpp and generates an executable named output, after weaving into input.cpp all the aspects that crosscut it. input.cpp has restrictions as it would have if we were compiling a regular C++ program: it must have an main() function, and everything you already know.
The second syntax form takes input.cpp and generates an object file named output.o, after weaving into input.cpp all the aspects that crosscut it.
Note: in both cases, input.cpp isn't actually changed. g++ weaves to temporary files.
Common g++ arguments, like -I INDCIR, -L LIBCIR, -l libfoo, and so on, are recognized by ag++ and rightly passed to g++.
Further options can be seen in AspectC++ documentation.
ag++ (1), g++ (1).
Again: for full reference on AspectC++ usage, see AspectC++ documentation. It can be obtained from http://www.aspectc.org
This manual page was written by Antonio S. de A. Terceiro <[email protected]> for the Debian system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.
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