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ADDDEBUG(1)			[FIXME:	manual]			   ADDDEBUG(1)

NAME
       adddebug	- Modifies Makefile(s) to add debug info

SYNOPSIS
       adddebug	[-k] [-r] [-n]

DESCRIPTION
       adddebug	modifies the Makefile in the current directory (and optionally
       in its subdirectories) to add debug info	(-g3). It will also remove
       optimisations (-O[1-9]).

       This utility is part of the KDE Software	Development Kit.

OPTIONS
       -k
	   Keep	optimisations (do not remove -O[1-9]?  flags which are removed
	   by default).

       -r
	   Recursively search through all subdirectories of the	current
	   directory and operate on every Makefile that	is found.

       -n
	   compile without NDEBUG and NO_DEBUG being defined (makes kDebug
	   calls work)

AUTHOR
       Ben Burton <bab@debian.org>
	   Author.

[FIXME:	source]			  2003-03-07			   ADDDEBUG(1)

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