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NAME

       sdl-config  -  script to get information about the installed version of
       SDL

SYNOPSIS

       sdl-config [ --prefix= DIR] [  --exec-prefix=  DIR]  [  --version  ]  [
       --libs | --library-libs | --plugin-libs ] [ --cflags ]

DESCRIPTION

       sdl-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  SDL.   It  is  also used
       internally by the m4 macros that are included with SDL.

OPTIONS

       --cflags
              Print the compiler flags that are necessary to compile a program
              or library that uses SDL.

       --exec-prefix=DIR
              If  specified,  use  DIR instead of the installation exec prefix
              that SDL was build  with  when  computing  the  output  for  the
              --cflags,  --libs,  --library-libs,  and  --plugin-libs options.
              This option must  be  specified  before  any  of  the  --cflags,
              --libs, --library-libs, and --plugin-libs options.

       --libs Print the linker flags that are necessary to link a program that
              uses SDL.

       --static-libs
              Print the linker flags that are necessary to statically  link  a
              program that uses SDL.

       --library-libs
              Print the linker flags that are necessary to link a library that
              uses SDL.   (This  excludes  any  static  objects  required  for
              linking,   since   these  must  be  linked  only  by  executable
              programs.)

       --plugin-libs
              Print the linker flags that are necessary to link  an  SDL-using
              object  that  is to be accessed via dlopen(3).  This may include
              static objects with PIC symbol information.  This option  should
              not   be  used  for  ordinary  shared  libraries  or  standalone
              applications.

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

       --version
              Prints  the  currently  installed  version  of  SDL  on standard
              output.

EXAMPLES

       gcc -o main.o $(sdl-config --cflags) main.c
              is how you might use sdl-config to compile a C source  file  for
              an executable program.

       gcc -o my_app $(sdl-config --libs) main.o util.o
              is how you might use sdl-config to link compiled objects into an
              executable program.

       gcc -o libSDL_nifty-1.2.so.0.0.1 $(sdl --library-libs)  read.o  write.o
       munge.o
              is how you might use sdl-config to link compiled objects into  a
              shared library.

       gcc   -o   libnifty_xmms.so   $(sdl   --plugin-libs)   stream.o  blit.o
       deinterlace.o
              is  how you might use sdl-config to link compiled objects into a
              plugin for use by another program.

AUTHOR

       The Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) library was written by Sam Lantinga.

       This  manual  page  was  written  by  Branden  Robinson, originally for
       Progeny Linux Systems, Inc., and the Debian Project.