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autoreconf



SYNOPSIS

       autoreconf [OPTION] ... [CONFIGURE-AC or DIRECTORY] ...


DESCRIPTION

       Run  `autoconf'  (and `autoheader', `aclocal', `automake',
       `autopoint'  (formerly  `gettextize'),  and   `libtoolize'
       where appropriate) repeatedly to remake the GNU Build Sys­
       tem files in the DIRECTORIES or the directory trees driven
       by CONFIGURE-AC (defaulting to `.').

       By  default,  it  only  remakes those files that are older
       than their predecessors.  If you install new  versions  of
       the  GNU Build System, running `autoreconf' remakes all of
       the files by giving it the `--force' option.

   Operation modes:
       -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

       -f, --force
              consider all files obsolete

       -i, --install
              copy missing auxiliary files

       -s, --symlink
              with -i, install symbolic links instead of copies

       -m, --make
              when applicable, re-run ./configure && make

       -W, --warnings=CATEGORY
              report the warnings falling in CATEGORY [syntax]

   Warning categories include:
       `cross'
              cross compilation issues

       `obsolete'
              obsolete constructs

       `portability'
              portability issues

       The environment  variable  `WARNINGS'  is  honored.   Some
       subtools might support other warning types, using `all' is
       encouraged.

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

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

       The environment variables AUTOCONF, AUTOHEADER,  AUTOMAKE,
       ACLOCAL, AUTOPOINT, LIBTOOLIZE are honored.


AUTHOR

       Written by David J. MacKenzie and Akim Demaille.

       Copyright  2002  Free  Software  Foundation, Inc.  This is
       free software; see  the  source  for  copying  conditions.
       There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FIT­
       NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


REPORTING BUGS

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


SEE ALSO

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

       The full documentation for autoreconf is maintained  as  a
       Texinfo  manual.   If the info and autoreconf programs are
       properly installed at your site, the command

              info autoreconf

       should give you access to the complete manual.

autoreconf 2.57           December 2002             AUTORECONF(1)
  

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