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       coqtop - The Coq Proof Assistant toplevel system


       coqtop [ options ]


       coqtop  is  the  toplevel system of Coq, for interactive use.  It reads
       phrases on the standard input,  and  prints  results  on  the  standard

       For batch-oriented use of Coq, see coqc(1).


       -h, --help
              Help.  Will  give  you  the complete list of options accepted by

       -I dir, --include dir
              add directory dir in the include path

       -R dir coqdir
              recursively map physical dir to logical coqdir

       -top coqdir
              set the toplevel name to be coqdir instead of Top

       -inputstate filename, -is filename
              read state from file filename.coq

       -nois  start with an empty intial state

              write state in file filename.coq

       -load-ml-object filename
              load ML object file filenname

       -load-ml-source filename
              load ML file filename

       -load-vernac-source filename, -l filename
              load Coq file filename.v (Load filename.)

       -load-vernac-source-verbose filename, -lv filename
              load verbosely Coq file filename.v (Load Verbose filename.)

       -load-vernac-object filename
              load Coq object file filename.vo

       -require filename
              load Coq object file filename.vo and import it  (Require  Import

       -compile filename
              compile Coq file filename.v (implies -batch )

       -compile-verbose filename
              verbosely compile Coq file filename.v (implies -batch )

       -opt   run the native-code version of Coq

       -byte  run the bytecode version of Coq

       -where print Coq's standard library location and exit

       -v     print Coq version and exit

       -q     skip loading of rcfile

       -init-file filename
              set the rcfile to filename

       -user uid
              use the rcfile of user uid

       -batch batch mode (exits just after arguments parsing)

       -boot  boot mode (implies -q and -batch )

       -emacs tells Coq it is executed under Emacs

       -dump-glob filename
              dump globalizations in file f (to be used by coqdoc(1) )

       -with-geoproof (yes|no)
              to  (de)activate  special  functions  for Geoproof within Coqide
              (default is yes )

              set sort Set impredicative

              don't load opaque proofs in memory

       -xml   export XML files either to the hierarchy rooted in the directory
              $COQ_XML_LIBRARY_ROOT (if set) or to stdout (if unset)

              improve  the  legibility  of  the  proof  terms produced by some


       coqc(1), coq-tex(1), coqdep(1).
       The Coq Reference Manual.  The Coq web site:

                               October 11, 2006                         COQ(1)