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GPGRT-CONFIG(1)			     GnuPG		       GPGRT-CONFIG(1)

NAME
       gpgrt-config - Script to	get information	about the installed version of
       libgpg-error

SYNOPSIS
       gpgrt-config [options]

DESCRIPTION
       gpgrt-config is a tool that is used to configure	to determine the  com-
       piler and linker	flags that should be used to compile and link programs
       that use	Libgpg-error. It is also used internally to the	.m4 macros for
       GNU autoconf that are included with Libgpg-error.

OPTIONS
       gpgrt-config accepts the	following options:

       --mt   Provide  output appropriate for multithreaded programs.  --mt is
	      only useful when combined	with other options, and	 must  be  the
	      first option if present.

       --version
	      Print  the  currently  installed	version	of Libgpg-error	on the
	      standard output.

       --libs Print the	linker flags that are necessary	to link	a program  us-
	      ing Libgpg-error.

       --cflags
	      Print the	compiler flags that are	necessary to compile a program
	      using Libgpg-error.

       --prefix=prefix
	      If specified, use	prefix instead of the installation prefix that
	      Libgpg-error  was	 built	with when computing the	output for the
	      --cflags and --libs options.  This option	is also	used  for  the
	      exec  prefix  if	--exec-prefix  was not specified.  This	option
	      must be specified	before any --libs or --cflags options.

       --exec-prefix=prefix
	      If specified, use	prefix instead of the installation exec	prefix
	      that  Libgpg-error  was built with when computing	the output for
	      the --cflags and --libs options.	This option must be  specified
	      before any --libs	or --cflags options.

Libgpg-error 1.39		  2020-08-27		       GPGRT-CONFIG(1)

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