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YATE-CONFIG(8)		       Telephony Engine			YATE-CONFIG(8)

NAME
       yate-config - retrieve metainformation about the	YATE telephony engine

SYNOPSIS
       yate-config [options]

DESCRIPTION
       The  yate-config	 program is used to retrieve information about the in-
       stalled YATE engine.  It	is typically used to compile and link  modules
       against the engine's library.

       Here is a typical usage scenario	in a Makefile:

       module.yate: module.cpp
	   g++ `yate-config --c-all --ldflags` module.cpp `yate-config --libs`

OPTIONS
   Version and paths
       --version
	      Reports the installed YATE version (in x.y.z format)

       --release
	      Reports  the installed YATE code status (if not release) and re-
	      lease number

       --config
	      Returns the configuration	files directory

       --modules
	      Returns the modules directory

       --share
	      Returns the base shared directory

       --scripts
	      Returns the scripts directory

       --skins
	      Returns the base skins directory

   Compiler flags
       --cflags
	      Various C++ compiler flags

       --includes
	      Include option and path to the header files

       --c-all
	      All compiler options - the above two concatenated

   Linker flags
       --ldflags
	      Various linker flags

       --libs Library option and libraries names

       --ld-all
	      All linker options - the above two concatenated

AUTHORS
       Paul Chitescu <paulc@voip.null.ro>
       Diana Cionoiu <diana@voip.null.ro>

SEE ALSO
       yate(8),	pkg-config(1)

YATE				September 2007			YATE-CONFIG(8)

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