Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of user-configure


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May 28, 2006 11:34:55 AM (14 years ago)
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    v9 v10  
    110110The name of this file is {{{config.site}}}.  The {{{configure}}} script looks for it in the {{{share}}} subdirectory of the installation directory (i.e., what you speficy with the {{{--prefix}}} argument, or by default in the {{{share}}} subdirectory of where you run {{{configure}}}).  You can specify a different location and name by setting the environment variable {{{CONFIG_SITE}}} to the full path to your {{{config.site}}} file, including the file name itself.
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    112 The {{{config.site}}} file is a shell script (for {{{bin/sh}}}) and needs to follow the shell's syntax.  It is used to set values of shell variables that are internally used by the {{{configure}}} script.  In case of variable arguments (such as {{{CC}}}), the name that should be used in {{{config.site}}} is identical to the name that could be specified in the command line.  For {{{--enable-...}}}-type arguments, the corresponding {{{config.site}}} shell variable is {{{enable_...}}} with the dashes replaced by underscore; to specify that the features is to be used, set this variable to {{{yes}}}, and to disable it, set it to {{{no}}}.  For {{{--with-...}}}-type arguments use the variable name {{{with_...}}}, again with dashes replaced by underscores, and set it to the chosen value.  If no value is required, set it to {{{yes}}}, and to minic a {{{--without...}}} option, set the corresponding {{{with_...}}} variable to {{{no}}}.
     112The {{{config.site}}} file is a shell script (for {{{bin/sh}}}) and needs to follow the shell's syntax.  It is used to set values of shell variables that are internally used by the {{{configure}}} script.  In case of variable arguments (such as {{{CC}}}), the name that should be used in {{{config.site}}} is identical to the name that could be specified in the command line.  For {{{--enable-...}}}-type arguments, the corresponding {{{config.site}}} shell variable is {{{enable_...}}} with the dashes replaced by underscore; to specify that the features is to be used, set this variable to {{{yes}}}, and to disable it, set it to {{{no}}}.  For {{{--with-...}}}-type arguments use the variable name {{{with_...}}}, again with dashes replaced by underscores, and set it to the chosen value.  If no value is required, set it to {{{yes}}}, and to mimic a {{{--without...}}} option, set the corresponding {{{with_...}}} variable to {{{no}}}.
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    114114An example {{{config.site}}} file can be found in the {{{BuildTools/config.site}}} directory.