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NAME

       gnustep-config   -   prints   information  about  the  current  gnustep
       installation.

SYNOPSIS

       gnustep-config [ --variable=variable  |--objc-flags|--objc-libs|--base-
       libs|--gui-libs ]

DESCRIPTION

       gnustep-config  can  print  information  about  the currently installed
       GNUstep system. It  can  output  dependend  on  the  options  used  the
       different  flags  used for compilation, but also the different internal
       variables used by the make system.

OPTIONS

       --variable=variable
              prints the value of the specified variable.  Possible  variables
              are:
                     GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES
                     GNUSTEP_USER_DIR
                     GNUSTEP_USER_DEFAULTS_DIR
                     GNUSTEP_HOST
                     GNUSTEP_HOST_CPU
                     GNUSTEP_HOST_VENDOR
                     GNUSTEP_HOST_OS
                     GNUSTEP_IS_FLATTENED
                     GNUSTEP_xxx_APPS
                     GNUSTEP_xxx_TOOLS
                     GNUSTEP_xxx_LIBRARY
                     GNUSTEP_xxx_HEADERS
                     GNUSTEP_xxx_LIBRARIES
                     GNUSTEP_xxx_DOC
                     GNUSTEP_xxx_DOC_MAN
                     GNUSTEP_xxx_DOC_INFO
              where  'xxx'  could  be  any of 'SYSTEM', 'NETWORK', 'LOCAL' and
              'USER'.

       --objc-flags
              prints all the flags required to compile an ObjC file

       --objc-libs
               prints all the flags required to link a pure ObjC  program  (no
              foundation/gui)

       --base-libs
              prints  all  the  flags  required  to  link  a command-line ObjC
              program (no gui)

       --gui-libs
              prints all the flags required to link a GUI ObjC program

BUGS

       None known

SEE ALSO

       GNUstep(7)

HISTORY

       Work   on   gnustep-config   started   in   2007   by    Nicola    Pero
       <nicola.pero@meta-innovation.com>

AUTHORS

       This man page was written by Dennis Leeuw <dleeuw@made-it.com>.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

       Copying  and  distribution  of this file, with or without modification,
       are permitted in any medium  without  royalty  provided  the  copyright
       notice and this notice are preserved.