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NAME

       prxs -  proFTPD Extension tool

SYNOPSIS

       pxrs [options] [actions] mod-custom.c

       pxrs -c -i -d mod_custom.c

       prxs  -c  -i  -D  USE_CUSTOM  -I  /path/to/custom/include -L /path/to/custom/lib -l custom
       mod_custom.c

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page explains the compailing with prxs

       prxs is for This program for compile and install third-party modules from source  code  as
       DSO modules for your installed proftpd.

ACTIONS

       The following actions describe the type of operation to be performed:

       -c, --compile
              Compiles the listed .c source files into a proftpd DSO module

       -i, --install
              Installs  a compiled proftpd DSO module into the directory where proftpd expects to
              find loadable DSO modules.

       -d, --clean
              Removes any generated files, returning the build directory to clean state.

OPTIONS

       The following options describe the type of operation to be performed:

       -n, --name
              Tells prxs the name of the module being compiled.
              By default, prxs determines the module name from  the  list  of  .c  files  listed,
              expecting to see a "mod_name.c" file.

       -D key Passes these macros through to the compilation step.

       -D key=value
              Note that the space before the key is important.

       -I includedir
              Specify additional include file search directories.  Note that the space before the
              directory is important.

       -L libdir
              Specify additional library file search directories.  Note that the space before the
              directory is important.

       -l library
              Specify  additional  libraries for linking.  Note that the space before the library
              name is important.

AUTHORS

       The Proftpd team. See http://www.proftpd.org/ for information.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2008-2009 TJ Saunders <tj@castaglia.org>.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the  GNU  General  Public  License  as  published  by the Free Software Foundation; either
       version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

NOTES

       Manual  page  written  for  Debian  GNU/Linux  and/or  derivatives  by  Mahyuddin  Susanto
       <udienz@ubuntu.com>, March 2011

                                          March 11, 2011                                  prxs(3)