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redland-config(1)								redland-config(1)

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

SYNOPSIS
       redland-config  [--cflags]  [--help]  [--libs]  [--libtool-libs]  [--prefix[=DIR]] [--pri-
       vate-libs] [--version-decimal] [--version]

DESCRIPTION
       redland-config is a tool that is used to determine  the	compile  and  linker  flags  that
       should be used to compile and link programs that use the Redland RDF library.

OPTIONS
       redland-config accepts the following options:

       --version
	       Print the currently installed version of redland on the standard output.

       --version-decimal
	       Print the currently installed version of redland as a decimal integer.

       --libs  Print  the  linker  flags  that	are  necessary	to  link a redland program.  This
	       excludes linker arguments used to build the librdf shared library.

       --libtool-libs
	       Print the flags that are necessary to link a redland program with libtool.

       --private-libs
	       Print the linker flags that are necessary to  build  the  librdf  shared  library.
	       This  option  is  not usually needed because the librdf shared library has already
	       been dynamically linked against these libs.

       --cflags
	       Print the compiler flags that are necessary to compile a redland program.

       --prefix=PREFIX
	       If specified, use PREFIX instead of the installation prefix that redland 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
       redland(3),

AUTHOR
       Dave Beckett - http://www.dajobe.org/ <http://www.dajobe.org/>

					    2008-09-07				redland-config(1)
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