The OpenNET Project / Index page

[ новости /+++ | форум | wiki | теги | ]

Интерактивная система просмотра системных руководств (man-ов)

 ТемаНаборКатегория 
 
 [Cписок руководств | Печать]

gnome-config ()
  • >> gnome-config (1) ( Solaris man: Команды и прикладные программы пользовательского уровня )
  • gnome-config (1) ( Разные man: Команды и прикладные программы пользовательского уровня )
  • 
    NAME
         gnome-config - GNOME  libraries  and  component  information
         retrieval.
    
    SYNOPSIS
         gnome-config  [--version]   [--help]   [--cflags]   [--libs]
         [--libs-only-L]  [--libs-only-l]  [--prefix] [--exec-prefix]
         [--bindir] [--sbindir]  [--libexecdir]  [--datadir]  [--sys-
         confdir]   [--sharedstatedir]  [--localstatedir]  [--libdir]
         [--infodir]   [--mandir]    [--includedir]    [--modversion]
         [LIBRARIES...]
    
    DESCRIPTION
         The gnome-config program is  used  to  retrieve  information
         from  installed  libraries  in  the system.  It is typically
         used  to  compile  and  link  against  one  or  more   GNOME
         libraries.  Here is a typical usage scenario in a Makefile:
    
         program: program.c
              cc program.c `gnome-config --cflags --libs gnomeui`
    
         Usually, a combination of flags is used  like  --cflags  and
         --libs  in  conjunction with the list of libraries that your
         program uses.  These libraries are specified as part of  the
         command line.
    
         gnome-config includes hard-coded information for a number of
         libraries:  the  ones used to build gnome-libs, and the ones
         provided by gnome-libs  (which  gnome-config  is  part  of).
         Other  libraries  are  integrated  by providing gnome-config
         modules.
    
    OPTIONS
         The following Generic options are supported:
    
         --version
              Requests that the  gnome-libs  version  information  be
              displayed.
    
         --modversion
              Requests that the version information of the  libraries
              specified  on  the  command  line  be  displayed.  This
              information  is  either  the  gnome-libs  version   for
              libraries  that  are part of gnome-libs, or the version
              specified in MODULE_VERSION variable in the module con-
              figuration file.
    
         --help
              Displays a help message and terminates.
    
         The following options are used to compile and link  programs
         with GNOME libraries and components:
         --cflags
              This prints pre-processor and compiler  flags  required
              to  compile  the module with the libraries specified on
              the command line.
    
         --libs
              This prints the  library  linking  information.   These
              flags  can  be passed to the compiler driver to link an
              object file with the libraries specified on the command
              line.
    
         --libs-only-L
              This only prints the  -L/-R  part  of  --libs  for  the
              libraries specified on the command line.
    
         --libs-only-l
              This  only  prints  the  -l  part  of  --libs  for  the
              libraries specified on the command line.
    
         The following options are used to find out  the  directories
         that were used to install the various files that are part of
         the GNOME distribution,  they  correspond  to  the  variable
         names  used by the Makefiles (Makefiles in GNOME are compli-
         ant with the GNU standard for makefiles, and they  typically
         use  GNU  autoconf  and  GNU automake to get these right and
         uniform):
    
         --prefix
              Outputs the prefix that was used to configure the GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --exec-prefix
              Outputs the  exec-prefix  used  to  install  the  GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --bindir
              Outputs the bindir used to install the GNOME libraries.
    
         --sbindir
              Outputs  the  sbindir  used  to   install   the   GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --libexecdir
              Outputs  the  libexecdir  used  to  install  the  GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --datadir
              Outputs  the  datadir  used  to   install   the   GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --sysconfdir
              Outputs  the  sysconfdir  used  to  install  the  GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --sharedstatedir
              Outputs the sharedstatedir used to  install  the  GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --localstatedir
              Outputs the localstatedir used  to  install  the  GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --libdir
              Outputs the libdir used to install the GNOME libraries.
    
         --infodir
              Outputs  the  infodir  used  to   install   the   GNOME
              libraries.
    
         --mandir
              Outputs the mandir used to install the GNOME libraries.
    
         --includedir
              Outputs  the  includedir  used  to  install  the  GNOME
              libraries.
    
         The basic set of libraries you can link with are:
             glib        (calls glib-config)
             idl         (to be used with orbit-idl)
             gnome
             gnomeui
             gnorba
             gtk         (calls gtk-config)
             gtkxmhtml   (only --libs)
             zvt         (only --libs)
    
    MODULE INTEGRATION
         gnome-config can incorporate more GNOME libraries, to do  so
         the  library  author needs to install an xxxxConf.sh file in
         the directory returned by "gnome-config --libdir" or in  any
         directory  listed  in  the  GNOME_LIBCONFIG_PATH environment
         variable or in the directory pointed by GNOME_PATH/lib
    
         The prefix "xxxx" should  be  substituted  with  the  module
         name,   for   example,  the  applets  library  installs  the
         appletConf.sh file.
    
         The configuration  file  is  a  shell  script  evaluated  by
         gnome-config  and  it should define four shell variable set-
         tings:
    
         xxx_LIBDIR
              This specifies any directory paths required to find the
              libraries defined by this module.
    
         XXX_LIBS
              A list of compiler options to link the code  with  this
              module.
    
         XXX_INCLUDEDIR
              This specifies the flags that should be passed  to  the
              compiler  for  the  program  to  be  able to locate the
              header files provided by the module.
    
         MODULE_VERSION
              This should be the module version number.  It should be
              in  the  format  "module-version", for example "bonobo-
              0.1" is a valid MODULE_VERSION setting.
    
         This is an example file  for  an  imaginary  library  called
         "foo":
    
         #
         # Configuration file for using library foo.
         #
         FOO_LIBDIR="-L/opt/foo/lib"
         FOO_LIBS="-lfoo"
         FOO_INCLUDEDIR="-I/opt/foo/include"
         MODULE_VERSION=foo-2.3
    
         Typically these files are generated at configuration or com-
         pilation  time, authors usually use a template file, this is
         an example  template  file  for  fooConf.sh,  it  is  called
         fooConf.sh.in:
    
         #
         # Configuration file for using library foo.
         #
         FOO_LIBDIR="@FOO_LIBDIR@"
         FOO_LIBS="@FOO_LIBS@"
         FOO_INCLUDEDIR="@FOO_INCLUDEDIR@"
         MODULE_VERSION=foo-@VERSION@
    
         The above  template  file  is  typically  processed  by  the
         Makefile  to produce the actual configuration file.  This is
         a sample piece of code that shows how to get this right:
    
         ## We create fooConf.sh here and not from configure because we want
         ## to get the paths expanded correctly.  Macros like srcdir are given
         ## the value NONE in configure if the user doesn't specify them (this
         ## is an autoconf feature, not a bug).
    
         fooConf.sh: fooConf.sh.in Makefile
         ## Use sed and then mv to avoid problems if the user interrupts.
              sed -e 's?@FOO_LIBDIR@?$(FOO_LIBDIR)?g' \
                  -e 's?@FOO_INCLUDEDIR@?$(FOO_INCLUDEDIR)?g' \
                  -e 's?@FOO_LIBS@?$(FOO_LIBS)?g' \
                  -e 's?@VERSION@@?$(VERSION)?g' \
                    < $(srcdir)/fooConf.sh.in > fooConf.tmp \
                && mv fooConf.tmp fooConf.sh
    
         This file is then copied into a system accessible location.
    
    ENVIRONMENT
         The gnome-config program uses the directories listed in  the
         GNOME_LIBCONFIG_PATH  to  locate  library  definition  files
         (Conf.sh) installed on the system.  The variable  GNOME_PATH
         is  used  as  a list of directories where GNOME applications
         and libraries have been installed.   gnome-config  looks  in
         the  lib  subdirectory  of  each  directory  listed here for
         library definition files (Conf.sh) installed.
    
    AUTHOR
         gnome-config was written by Miguel de Icaza,  Raja  Harinath
         and  various  hackers in the GNOME team.  It was inspired by
         Owen Taylor's gtk-config program.
    
    SEE ALSO
         gnome(1), gtk-config(1),
    
    BUGS
         If you find bugs in the gnome-config program, please  report
         these  using  the  gnome-bug  script included with the GNOME
         libraries
    
    
    
    


    Поиск по тексту MAN-ов: 




    Спонсоры:
    Inferno Solutions
    Hosting by Hoster.ru
    Хостинг:

    Закладки на сайте
    Проследить за страницей
    Created 1996-2022 by Maxim Chirkov
    Добавить, Поддержать, Вебмастеру