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onyx_config(1)		    General Commands Manual		onyx_config(1)

NAME
       onyx_config - configuration helper for building with libonyx

SYNOPSIS
       onyx_config   [--help]  [--prefix]  [--bindir]  [--datadir]  [--libdir]
       [--includedir]  [--mandir]   [--onyx-path]   [--version]	  [--features]
       [--cppflags] [--cflags] [--ldflags] [--libs]

DESCRIPTION
       The onyx_config program is a script that	aids in	building programs with
       libonyx.

   Command line	flags:
       --help Display usage information	and exit.

       --prefix
	      Display the installation prefix.

       --bindir
	      Display the the directory	path where binaries are	installed.

       --datadir
	      Display the the directory	path where documentation, modules, and
	      other program files are installed.

       --libdir
	      Display the the directory	path where libraries are installed.

       --includedir
	      Display the the directory	path where header files	are installed.

       --mandir
	      Display the the directory	path where manual pages	are installed.

       --onyx-path
	      Display the absolute path	to the onyx binary.

       --version
	      Display the release version.

       --features
	      Display  a  space-separated  list	of the features	built into the
	      Onyx interpreter.

       --cppflags
	      Display the C preprocessor flags.

       --cflags
	      Display the C compiler flags.

       --ldflags
	      Display the library linker flags.

       --libs Display the libaries to link against.

FILES
       /usr/local/share/doc/onyx/html/onyx.html
       /usr/local/share/doc/onyx/pdf/onyx.pdf

SEE ALSO
       onyx(1)

HISTORY
       Written by Jason	Evans <jasone@canonware.com>.

			  onyx_config, version 5.1.2		onyx_config(1)

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