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AUTOSCAN(1)				  User Commands 			      AUTOSCAN(1)

NAME
       autoscan - Generate a preliminary configure.in

SYNOPSIS
       autoscan [OPTION] ... [SRCDIR]

DESCRIPTION
       Examine	source	files in the directory tree rooted at SRCDIR, or the current directory if
       none is given.  Search the source files for common portability problems, check for  incom-
       pleteness  of  `configure.ac',  and  create a file `configure.scan' which is a preliminary
       `configure.ac' for that package.

       -h, --help
	      print this help, then exit

       -V, --version
	      print version number, then exit

       -v, --verbose
	      verbosely report processing

       -d, --debug
	      don't remove temporary files

   Library directories:
       -B, --prepend-include=DIR
	      prepend directory DIR to search path

       -I, --include=DIR
	      append directory DIR to search path

AUTHOR
       Written by David J. MacKenzie and Akim Demaille.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <bug-autoconf@gnu.org>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO  warranty;  not
       even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO
       autoconf(1),  automake(1),  autoreconf(1), autoupdate(1), autoheader(1), autoscan(1), con-
       fig.guess(1), config.sub(1), ifnames(1), libtool(1).

       The Debian project regards the full documentation for autoscan to be non-free,  so  it  is
       not  included  in Debian.  Nevertheless, the non-free distribution that accompanies Debian
       includes the manual in its autoconf-doc package.  Otherwise, you may be able to access the
       Autoconf manual online.

autoscan 2.59				  September 2005			      AUTOSCAN(1)
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