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fvwm-config(1)			 Fvwm Modules			fvwm-config(1)

NAME
       fvwm-config - query an existing fvwm installation

SYNOPSIS
       fvwm-config  [--help]  [--version]  [--info] [--prefix] [--exec-prefix]
       [--bindir] [--datadir] [--libexecdir] [--sysconfdir] [--mandir]	[--lo-
       caledir]	[--fvwm-moduledir] [--fvwm-datadir] [--fvwm-perllibdir]	[--de-
       fault-imagepath]	[--default-userdir] [--fvwm-exe] [--supports]  [--sup-
       ports-_feature_]

DESCRIPTION
       fvwm-config  is	a  shell script	that provides an information about the
       fvwm version, installation directories, built-in	 paths	and  supported
       features.

OPTIONS
       fvwm-config  prints  to the standard output in all options.  Both short
       and long	GNU-like option	names may be used.

       -h --help -?
	      prints the short usage

       -v --version -V
	      prints the version

       -i --info
	      prints the full info page

       -P --prefix
	      prints the installation prefix

       -E --exec-prefix
	      prints the installation exec-prefix

       -B --bindir
	      prints the installation bindir

       -D --datadir
	      prints the installation datadir

       -L --libexecdir
	      prints the installation libexecdir

       -S --sysconfdir
	      prints the installation sysconfdir

       -M --mandir
	      prints the installation mandir

       -O --localedir
	      prints the installation localedir

       -m --fvwm-moduledir
	      prints FVWM_MODULEDIR, where the modules are installed

       -d --fvwm-datadir
	      prints FVWM_DATADIR, where the system wide configs are installed

       -p --fvwm-perllibdir
	      prints FVWM_PERLLIBDIR, where the	perl library is	installed

       -I --default-imagepath
	      prints the built-in ImagePath

       -U --default-userdir
	      prints the default FVWM_USERDIR, note: $HOME is not expanded

       -e --fvwm-exe
	      prints the fvwm executable name (in bindir)

       -s --supports
	      lists all	supported features, one	per line

       --supports-_feature_
	      prints nothing, returns: 0 if the	_feature_ is supported,	100 if
	      not,  200	 if  unknown.	All  or	supported feature names	may be
	      found using --info or --supports respectively.

       USAGE  Here are some real life usages.

	      Checks for xft support:
	      if fvwm-config --supports-xft;
		then echo 1; else echo 0; fi

	      fvwm-themes package checks for  the  correct  fvwm  version  in-
	      stalled using:
	      fvwm-config --version
	      and tries	to use the same	installation directories:
	      fvwm-config --bindir --mandir --fvwm-datadir

	      A	way to find the	full path to the fvwm executable:
	      echo `fvwm-config	--bindir`/`fvwm-config --fvwm-exe`

	      A	way to start modules in	perl:
	      use lib `fvwm-config -p |	tr -d '0`;
	      use FVWM::Module;

	      For a more human readable	output,	try:
	      fvwm-config --info

COPYING
       fvwm-config  is	a  part	 of  fvwm  package and distributed by the same
       terms, see GNU GPL.

AUTHOR
       Mikhael Goikhman	<migo@homemail.com>

3rd Berkeley Distribution  05 September	2019 (2.6.9)		fvwm-config(1)

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