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xine-config




SYNOPSIS

       xine-config [--prefix[=DIR]] [--exec-prefix[=DIR]] [--ver­
       sion] [--libs] [--cflags] [--plugindir] [--skindir]


DESCRIPTION

       xine-config  is  a tool that is used to determine the com­
       piler and linker flags that should be used to compile  and
       link  programs  that  use  libxine. It can also be used to
       determine the directories where  libxine  expects  plugins
       and  skins.  Finally, it's also used internally by the .m4
       macros for GNU autoconf that are included with xine-lib.


OPTIONS

       xine-config accepts the following options:

       --version
               Print the currently installed version  of  libxine
               on the standard output.

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

       --cflags
               Print the compiler flags  that  are  necessary  to
               compile a program that uses libxine.

       --plugindir
               Print  the  directory  where  libxine  plugins are
               stored/expected.

       --skindir
               Print the directory in  which  libxine  skins  are
               stored/expected.

       --prefix=PREFIX
               If  specified, use PREFIX instead of the installa­
               tion prefix that xine-lib 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.

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


SEE ALSO


The xine project            2001-08-28                    XINE(1)
  
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