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autoopts-config

Section: Programmer's Manual (1)
Updated: 2014-08-30
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NAME

autoopts-config - script to get information about installed version of autoopts  

SYNOPSIS

autoopts-config { <value-name> [...] | everything }

 

DESCRIPTION

autoopts-config is a tool that is used by configure to determine the compile and linker flags that should be used to compile and link programs that use autoopts. value-names may be preceded by one or more hyphens. They are silently ignored.  

VALUE NAMES

autogen

Print the full path name of the autogen executable.
The unconfigured value is: ${bindir}/autogen${exeext}

bindir

The destination directory for executable scripts and programs installed by the autogen package.
The unconfigured value is: @bindir@

cflags

Print the compiler flags that are necessary to compile an autoopts program.
The unconfigured value is: -I${includedir}

datadir

The directory for various data directories.
The unconfigured value is: @datadir@

datarootdir

The root directory for various data directories. In this case, there is only one, "datadir".
The unconfigured value is: @datarootdir@

dotver

Print the currently installed version of autoopts, in dotted format.
The unconfigured value is: @AO_CURRENT@.@AO_REVISION@.@AO_AGE@

everything

Print the list of all names and values, one per line.

exec_prefix

The installation root for libraries and executables.
The unconfigured value is: @exec_prefix@

exeext

The executable file extension used for the autogen executable.
The unconfigured value is: @EXEEXT@

includedir

The directory where the AutoOpts headers are stored. This does not include the "-I" prefix gotten by specifying "cflags".
The unconfigured value is: @includedir@

ldflags

Print the linker flags that are necessary to link an autoopts program in the default installation mode (static or dynamic).
The unconfigured value is: -L${libdir} -lopts

ldopts

The linker options to use when linking a program to libopts.
The unconfigured value is: @AG_LDFLAGS@

libdir

The libopts installation directory.
The unconfigured value is: @libdir@

libs

an alternate spelling of "ldflags".
The unconfigured value is: ${ldflags}

libsrc

The full path of the redistributable, tear-off libopts library source. This file is in gzipped-tarball format.
The unconfigured value is: ${pkgdatadir}/libopts-${dotver}.tar.gz

package

The name of the package that provides autoopts. This is always "autogen".
The unconfigured value is: @PACKAGE@

pkgdatadir

The directory containing support files used by autogen.
The unconfigured value is: ${datadir}/${package}

prefix

The autogen package installation prefix.
The unconfigured value is: @prefix@

static_libs

The name of the AR archive of the libopts object code.
The unconfigured value is: ${libdir}/libopts.a

version

Print the currently installed version of autoopts.
The unconfigured value is: @AO_CURRENT@:@AO_REVISION@:@AO_AGE@

 

SEE ALSO

Autogen Info system documentation.  

AUTHORS

AutoGen is the work of Bruce Korb <bkorb@gnu.org>.
Bruce Korb <bkorb@gnu.org> and
Luca Filipozzi <lfilipoz@debian.org> created this manpage.

AutoOpts is released under either the GNU General Public License with the Library exception (LGPL), or else the advertising clause free BSD license. Which license used is at the discretion of the licensee.


 

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