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# HolyC-for-Linux
run HolyC on Linux secularly

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#### Disclaimer

This tool is in super-hella-mega alpha stage. If you use this, you will die. Or worse, your current operating system will be replaced with TempleOS. I've only tested this on `3.7-dev`.

## Install

```
pip install secularize
```

## Translate

The primary use is to translate holyc to c. Do this with:
`secularize examples/test.hc`

this turns `examples/test.hc`
```c
F64 *s = 3;

U0 test(I16 a, U8 b, F64 c) {
Print("hello");
}

F64 pest(I8 d) {
Print("nothing");
}

Print("%s %s", "hello", "world");
I64 b = 2.000;
```

into `examples/test.c`
```c
void test(short a, unsigned char b, double c)
{
printf("hello");
}

double pest(char d)
{
printf("nothing");
}

int main()
{
double* s = 3;
printf("%s %s", "hello", "world");
long b = 2.0;
}
```

## Debugging

To add a feature, it's useful to get the AST of an expected target. To do this, write the C file you're trying to translate to, then run `secularize dump-ast name-of-file.c`. This will pretty print the AST to json.

```sh
$ cat examples/math.c
int main()
{
long a = 3;
long b = 2;
}

$ secularize dump-ast examples/math.c
{
"_nodetype": "FileAST",
"coord": null,
"ext": [
{
"_nodetype": "FuncDef",
"coord": "examples/math.c:1:5",
"decl": {
"_nodetype": "Decl",
"name": "main",
"quals": [],
"storage": [],
"funcspec": [],
"coord": "examples/math.c:1:5",
"type": {
"_nodetype": "FuncDecl",
"coord": "examples/math.c:1:5",
"type": {
"_nodetype": "TypeDecl",
"declname": "main",
"quals": [],
"coord": "examples/math.c:1:5",
"type": {
"_nodetype": "IdentifierType",
"names": [
"int"
],
"coord": "examples/math.c:1:1"
}
},
"args": null
},
"init": null,
"bitsize": null
},
"body": {
"_nodetype": "Compound",
"coord": "examples/math.c:2:1",
"block_items": [
{
"_nodetype": "Decl",
"name": "a",
"quals": [],
"storage": [],
"funcspec": [],
"coord": "examples/math.c:3:8",
"type": {
"_nodetype": "TypeDecl",
"declname": "a",
"quals": [],
"coord": "examples/math.c:3:8",
"type": {
"_nodetype": "IdentifierType",
"names": [
"long"
],
"coord": "examples/math.c:3:3"
}
},
"init": {
"_nodetype": "Constant",
"type": "int",
"value": "3",
"coord": "examples/math.c:3:12"
},
"bitsize": null
},
{
"_nodetype": "Decl",
"name": "b",
"quals": [],
"storage": [],
"funcspec": [],
"coord": "examples/math.c:4:8",
"type": {
"_nodetype": "TypeDecl",
"declname": "b",
"quals": [],
"coord": "examples/math.c:4:8",
"type": {
"_nodetype": "IdentifierType",
"names": [
"long"
],
"coord": "examples/math.c:4:3"
}
},
"init": {
"_nodetype": "Constant",
"type": "int",
"value": "2",
"coord": "examples/math.c:4:12"
},
"bitsize": null
}
]
},
"param_decls": null
}
]
}

```

## What's Supported

- print statements
- primitive data types
- basic functions

## What's Not Supported

Everything else. Deal with it.

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