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       avifile-config   [--prefix[=DIR]]    [--exec-prefix[=DIR]]
       [--version] [--libs] [--cflags]


       avifile-config  is  a  tool  that  is used to configure to
       determine the compiler and linker  flags  that  should  be
       used  to compile and link programs that use avifile. It is
       also used internally to the .m4 macros  for  GNU  autoconf
       that are included with avifile.


       avifile-config accepts the following options:

               Print  the  currently installed version of avifile
               on the standard output.

       --libs  Print the linker flags that are necessary to  link
               a avifile program.

               Print  the  compiler  flags  that are necessary to
               compile a avifile program.

               If specified, use PREFIX instead of the  installa­
               tion  prefix that avifile was built with when com­
               puting the output  for  the  --cflags  and  --libs
               options.  This  option  is  also used for the exec
               prefix if --exec-prefix was  not  specified.  This
               option  must  be  specified  before  any --libs or
               --cflags options.

               If specified, use PREFIX instead of the  installa­
               tion  exec prefix that avifile was built with when
               computing the output for the --cflags  and  --libs
               options.  This option must be specified before any
               --libs or --cflags options.

               Print the data dir used for avifile program.




       Copyright ©  1998 Zdenek Kabelac

       Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this soft­

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