To compile a vcomp program simply issue the 'vcomp' command with the
normal set of flags you are used to:
vcomp a.v -f b.f -l xx.lib pli.o -P pli.tab
By default the compiler will produce a linked code file called 'vrun' in the current
directory that you can run straight away.
The compiler uses the file-name extensions of files to determine what type of
data a file contains, a '.a' or '.o' suffix is assumed to be a compiled
file or library, presumably containing code for a PLI, these files are ignored
by vcomp and are passed directly to the linker. All other files that are not
introduced with flags like -v or -f are assumed to be Verilog® source files.
vcomp uses gpg public key encryption for encrypted verilog source libraries,
a short header at the beginning of each library informs the compiler that
the library is in an encrypted form.
(NOTE: do not use this feature for the sourceforge release - the private key is not)
To run a compiled program simply run it ie 'vrun'.