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PCRE-CONFIG(1)									   PCRE-CONFIG(1)

NAME
       pcre-config - program to return PCRE configuration

SYNOPSIS
       pcre-config  [--prefix]	[--exec-prefix]  [--version]  [--libs]	[--libs-posix] [--cflags]
       [--cflags-posix]

DESCRIPTION
       pcre-config returns the	configuration  of  the	installed  PCRE  libraries:  the  options
       required to compile a program to use them.

OPTIONS
       --prefix  Writes the directory prefix used in the PCRE installation for architecture inde-
		 pendent files (e.g. /usr) to standard output.

       --exec-prefix
		 Writes the directory prefix used  in  the  PCRE  installation	for  architecture
		 dependent files (normally the same as --prefix) to standard output.

       --version Writes the version of PCRE installed to standard output.

       --libs	 Writes  to  standard  output the command line options required to link with PCRE
		 (e.g. -lpcre).

       --libs-posix
		 Writes to standard output the command line options required  to  link	with  the
		 PCRE POSIX emulation library (e.g. -lpcreposix -lpcre).

       --cflags  Writes  to  standard  output  the command line options required to compile files
		 that use PCRE (this often includes some -I options, but is blank on debian  sys-
		 tems).

       --cflags-posix
		 Writes  to  standard  output  the command line options required to compile files
		 that use the PCRE POSIX emulation library (this often includes some -I  options,
		 but  is  blank on debian systems). Suppress printing of filenames when searching
		 multiple files.

       AUTHOR
	      This manual page was written  by	Mark  Baker  <mark@mnb.org.uk>,  for  the  Debian
	      GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

SEE ALSO
       pcre(3)

										   PCRE-CONFIG(1)
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