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apr-1-config(1) [linux man page]

APR-1-CONFIG(1) 						   User Commands						   APR-1-CONFIG(1)

NAME
apr-1-config - Return metainformation about apr library SYNOPSIS
apr-1-config [OPTION] DESCRIPTION
The apr-1-config program is used to retrieve information about the apr library in the system. It is typically used to compile and link against the library. When linking with libtool, an application should do something like: APR_LIBS="`apr-1-config --link-libtool --libs`" or when linking directly: APR_LIBS="`apr-1-config --link-ld --libs`" An application should use the results of --cflags, --cppflags, --includes, and --ldflags in their build process. OPTIONS
Known values for OPTION are: --prefix[=DIR] change prefix to DIR --bindir print location where binaries are installed --includedir print location where headers are installed --cc print C compiler name --cpp print C preprocessor name and any required options --cflags print C compiler flags --cppflags print C preprocessor flags --includes print include information --ldflags print linker flags --libs print additional libraries to link against --srcdir print APR source directory --installbuilddir print APR build helper directory --link-ld print link switch(es) for linking to APR --link-libtool print the libtool inputs for linking to APR --shlib-path-var print the name of the shared library path env var --apr-la-file print the path to the .la file, if available --apr-so-ext print the extensions of shared objects on this platform --apr-lib-target print the libtool target information --apr-libtool print the path to APR's libtool --version print the APR's version as a dotted triple --help print the help AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Vincent Danjean <Vincent.Danjean@ens-lyon.org> for the Debian project (but may be used by others). apr-1-config 1.2.2 March 2006 APR-1-CONFIG(1)

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NEON-CONFIG(1)							neon API reference						    NEON-CONFIG(1)

NAME
neon-config - script providing information about installed copy of neon library SYNOPSIS
neon-config [--prefix] [[--cflags] | [--libs] | [--la-file] | [--support feature] | [--help] | [--version]] DESCRIPTION
The neon-config script provides information about an installed copy of the neon library. The --cflags and --libs options instruct how to compile and link an application against the library; the --version and --support options can help determine whether the library meets the applications requirements. OPTIONS
--cflags Print the flags which should be passed to the C compiler when compiling object files, when the object files use neon header files. --libs Print the flags which should be passed to the linker when linking an application which uses the neon library --la-file Print the location of the libtool library script, libneon.la, which can be used to link against neon by applications using libtool. --version Print the version of the library --prefix dir If dir is given; relocate output of --cflags and --libs as if neon was installed in given prefix directory. Otherwise, print the installation prefix of the library. --support feature The script exits with success if feature is supported by the library. --help Print help message; includes list of known features and whether they are supported or not. EXAMPLE
Below is a Makefile fragment which could be used to build an application against an installed neon library, when the neon-config script can be found in $PATH. CFLAGS = `neon-config --cflags` LIBS = `neon-config --libs` OBJECTS = myapp.o TARGET = myapp $(TARGET): $(OBJECTS) $(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o $(TARGET) $(OBJECTS) $(LIBS) myapp.o: myapp.c $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c myapp.c -o myapp.o AUTHOR
Joe Orton <neon@lists.manyfish.co.uk> Author. COPYRIGHT
neon 0.30.0 31 July 2013 NEON-CONFIG(1)

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