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pth-config



VERSION

       GNU Pth 2.0.0 (17-Feb-2003)


SYNOPSIS

       pth-config [--help] [--version] [--all] [--prefix]
       [--exec-prefix] [--bindir] [--libdir] [--includedir]
       [--mandir] [--datadir] [--acdir] [--cflags] [--ldflags]
       [--libs]


DESCRIPTION

       The pth-config program is a little helper utility for easy
       configuring and building applications based on the pth(3)
       library.  It can be used to query the C compiler and
       linker flags which are required to correctly compile and
       link the application against the pth(3) library.


OPTIONS

       pth-config accepts the following options:

       --help
           Prints the short usage information.

       --version
           Prints the version number and date of the installed
           pth(3) library.

       --all
           Forces the output of all flags, that is, including
           extra flags which are not Pth specific.

       --prefix
           Prints the installation prefix of architecture inde­
           pendent files

       --exec-prefix
           Prints the installation prefix of architecture depen­
           dent files.

       --bindir
           Prints the installation directory of binaries.

       --libdir
           Prints the installation directory of libraries.

       --includedir
           Prints the installation directory of include headers.

       --mandir
           Prints the installation directory of manual pages.

       --datadir
           Prints the installation directory of shared data.
           applications "Makefile".

       --libs
           Prints the library flags ("-l") which are needed to
           link the application with the pth(3) library. The out­
           put is usually added to the "LIBS" variable of the
           applications "Makefile".


EXAMPLE

        CC      = cc
        CFLAGS  = -O `pth-config --cflags`
        LDFLAGS = `pth-config --ldflags`
        LIBS    = -lm `pth-config --libs`

        all: foo
        foo: foo.o
            $(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o foo foo.o $(LIBS)
        foo.o: foo.c
            $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c foo.c


SEE ALSO

       pth(3), cc(1).


AUTHOR

        Ralf S. Engelschall
        rse@engelschall.com
        www.engelschall.com

17-Feb-2003               GNU Pth 2.0.0             PTH-CONFIG(1)
  




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