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Expand Options

Options introduced by "Expandopt" influence the expansion of used shorthands.

Expandopt  ::= 'INFO' / 'INCLUDINGS_SEPARATE' / 
               'INCLUDING' 'ON' / 'INCLUDING' 'OFF' 

If this option is set, additional information on the expansion results is included in the listing. The default is not to produce the additional information. This option affects REPLINCL and EXPAND. This option can be included automatically in Eli by using the derivation :ExpInfo.

In the default case, identical INCLUDING constructs are expanded by one single set of generated attributes. The number of new attributes is thereby reduced, and in some situations OAG-conflicts are avoided. This option is recommended for debugging purposes. If it is set, each INCLUDING-construct is expanded separately.

In the default case values are propagated by global variables from the INCLUDING sources to their destinations.

With this option you can specify that attributes are generated for propagating INCLUDING values through the tree.

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