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g-wrap-config(1)	    General Commands Manual	      g-wrap-config(1)

NAME
       g-wrap-config  -	 script	to get information about the installed version
       of G-Wrap

SYNOPSIS
       g-wrap-config [ --version ] [  --c-compile-args	LANG  |	 --c-link-args
       LANG | --guile-module-directory ]

DESCRIPTION
       g-wrap-config  is  a  tool  that	is used	to configure and determine the
       compiler	and linker flags that should  be  used	to  compile  and  link
       progams,	libraries, and plugins that use	G-Wrap.	 However, since	G-Wrap
       1.9, this tool has been deprecated in favor of pkg-config(1). New  code
       should  use  the	g-wrap-2.0-guile pkg-config module, g-wrap-config only
       exists for compatibility	reasons.

OPTIONS
       --c-compile-args	LANG
	      Print the	compiler flags that are	necessary to compile a program
	      or library that uses the G-Wrap language binding for LANG.

       --c-link-args LANG
	      Print the	linker flags that are necessary	to link	a program that
	      uses the G-Wrap language binding for LANG.

       --version
	      Prints the currently installed version  of  G-Wrap  on  standard
	      output.

EXAMPLES
       gcc -o main.o $(g-wrap-config --c-compile-args guile) main.c
	      is  how  you  might use g-wrap-config to compile a C source file
	      for an executable	program.

       gcc -o my_app $(g-wrap-config --c-link-args guile) main.o util.o
	      is how you might use g-wrap-config to link compiled objects into
	      an executable program.

AUTHOR
       G-Wrap  has been	written	by Andreas Rottmann, Rob Browning and Christo-
       pher Lee.

       This manual page	was written by Andreas Rottmann,  originally  for  the
       Debian Project.

G-Wrap 1.9			  2005-05-01		      g-wrap-config(1)

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