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Name

autoreconf

Synopsis

                  autoreconf [options]

GNU autoconf tool. Update configure scripts by running autoconf, autoheader, aclocal, automake, and libtoolize in specified directories and subdirectories. This command is seldom invoked manually. It is usually called automatically from other autoconf tools.

Options

-d, --debug

Don’t remove temporary files.

-f, --force

Remake all configure scripts, even when newer than their template files.

-h, --help

Print help message, then exit.

-i, --install

Add any default files missing from package by copying versions included with autoconf and automake.

-s, --symlink

Used with the -i option. Create symbolic links to default files instead of copying them.

-v, --verbose

Verbosely print information about the progress of autoreconf.

-I dir, --include= dir

Search in directory dir for input files.

-V, --version

Print version number, then exit.

-W category, --warnings= category

Print any warnings related to category. Accepted categories are:

cross

Cross compilation.

obsolete

Obsolete constructs.

syntax

Questionable syntax.

all

All warnings.

no- category

Turn off warnings for category.

none

Turn off all warnings.

error

Treat warnings as errors.

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