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       gadap-config - Return metainformation about installed libraries


       gadap-config [--help]  [--cc] [--cxx ] [--cflags] [--libs] [--prefix] [--version]


       The  gadap-config  program  is used to retrieve information about the GADAP library on the
       system. On Debian it is deprecated in favour of using pkg-config gadap as the  latter  can
       be used for multiple libraries.


       The following options are supported:

              Displays the version of pkg-config and terminates.

       --help Displays a help message and terminates.

              This prints pre-processor and compile flags required to compile the packages on the
              command line, including flags for all their dependencies.  gadap-config exits  with
              a  nonzero  code  if  it can't find metadata for one or more of the packages on the
              command line.

       --libs This option is identical to "--cflags", only it prints the link flags.

       --cc   This option lists the C compiler that should be used for compatability.

       -cxx   This option lists the C++ compiler that should be used for compatability.

              This option prints the value of the prefix variable, giving the location  at  which
              the library was installed.


       gadap-config is copyright (c) 2003-2008 by the Institute of Global Environment and Society
       (IGES).  This manual page was written by Alastair McKinstry, <>, 2013.