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configure uses the value of the following environment variables in
determining your system's characteristics, and substitutes for them in
gccif it's installed, otherwise
gcc, `-g' otherwise.
CFLAGScomes after any other options. You may need to include
-where if your compilations commonly have useless warnings (e.g.,
NULL redefined), or
configuremay fail to detect the presence of header files (it takes the messages on standard error to mean the header file doesn't exist).
configurescript often does only preprocessing (e.g., to check for the existence of #include files), and
CFLAGSis not used for this. You may need to set this to something like `-I/usr/local/include/wwwhatever' if you have the libwww library installed for hyper-xdvik (see `xdvik/INSTALL').
configure. Provided for enabling or disabling program features, as documented in the various program-specific installation instructions.
DEFScomes before any compiler options included by the distribution `Makefile's or by
LDFLAGScomes before any other linker options.
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