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NSS-CONFIG(1)			    Network Security Services			    NSS-CONFIG(1)

NAME
       nss-config - Return meta information about nss libraries

SYNOPSIS
       nss-config [--prefix] [--exec-prefix] [--includedir] [--libs] [--cflags] [--libdir]
		  [--version]

DESCRIPTION
       nss-config is a shell scrip tool which can be used to obtain gcc options for building
       client pacakges of nspt.

OPTIONS
       --prefix
	   Returns the top level system directory under which the nss libraries are installed.

       --exec-prefix
	   returns the top level system directory under which any nss binaries would be
	   installed.

       --includedir count
	   returns the path to the directory were the nss libraries are installed.

       --version
	   returns the upstream version of nss in the form
	   major_version-minor_version-patch_version.

       --libs
	   returns the compiler linking flags.

       --cflags
	   returns the compiler include flags.

       --libdir
	   returns the path to the directory were the nss libraries are installed.

EXAMPLES
       The following example will query for both include path and linkage flags:

		   /usr/bin/nss-config --cflags --libs

FILES
       /usr/bin/nss-config

SEE ALSO
       pkg-config(1)

AUTHORS
       The nss liraries were written and maintained by developers with Netscape, Red Hat, Sun,
       Oracle, Mozilla, and Google.

       Authors: Elio Maldonado <emaldona@redhat.com>.

LICENSE
       Licensed under the Mozilla Public License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not
       distributed with this file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

nss 3.15.4				   17 June 2014 			    NSS-CONFIG(1)
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