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IJS-CONFIG(1)									    IJS-CONFIG(1)

NAME
       ijs-config - script to get information about the installed version of ijs

SYNOPSIS
       ijs-config [--prefix[=DIR]] [--exec-prefix[=DIR]] [--version] [--libs] [--cflags]

DESCRIPTION
       ijs-config  is  a  program  that  is  used to determine the compiler and linker flags that
       should be used to compile and link programs that use IJS.

OPTIONS
       This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long  options  starting  with
       two dashes (`-').  A summary of options is included below.

       --help Show  summary  of options.  This may list additional advanced package configuration
	      options not detailed in this manual page.

       --version
	      Show installed libijs version.

       --libs Print the linker flags that are necessary to link an IJS program.

       --cflags
	      Print the compiler flags that are necessary to compile an IJS program.

       --prefix=PREFIX
	      If specified, use PREFIX instead of the installation prefix that IJS was built with
	      when  computing the output for the --cflags and --libs options. This option is also
	      used for the exec prefix if --exec-prefix was not specified. This  option  must  be
	      specified before any --libs or --cflags options.

       --exec-prefix=PREFIX
	      If specified, use PREFIX instead of the installation exec prefix that IJS was built
	      with when computing the output for the --cflags and --libs  options.   This  option
	      must be specified before any --libs or --cflags options.

SEE ALSO
       gtk-config(1)

AUTHOR
       This manual page was written by Roger Leigh <rleigh@debian.org>, originally for the Debian
       GNU/Linux system.

					   5 Feb, 2004				    IJS-CONFIG(1)
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