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XCOMM This is the local configuration file for Imakefile for ctwm.
XCOMM
XCOMM Some of the things you can define also come with make variables that
XCOMM can be manipulated.  All such variables have names starting with\
XCOMM USER_.

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Use IMCONV features.
XCOMM Uhmm, I really don't know what this is about. -- Richard Levitte
XCOMM
XCOMM The make variables USER_IMCONVLIBDIR and USER_IMCONVINCDIR can be
XCOMM used to configure library search paths and include file search paths
XCOMM to find the imconv libraries and header files.
XCOMM
XCOMM Example:
XCOMM
XCOMM #define IMCONV
XCOMM USER_IMCONVLIBDIR = -L/logiciels/public/graphix/lib
XCOMM USER_IMCONVINCDIR = -I/logiciels/public/graphix/include
XCOMM
#undef  IMCONV

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Use sounds
XCOMM If you want sound support through librplay, defined USE_SOUND.
XCOMM
XCOMM The make variables USER_SOUNDLIBDIR and USER_SOUNDINCDIR can be
XCOMM used to configure library search paths and include file search paths
XCOMM to find the rplay libraries and header files.
XCOMM
XCOMM Example:
XCOMM
XCOMM #define USE_SOUND
XCOMM USER_SOUNDLIBDIR = -L/usr/lib
XCOMM USER_SOUNDINCDIR = -I/usr/include
XCOMM
#undef USE_SOUND

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Use XPM images
XCOMM If you want XPM support, define XPM.
XCOMM
XCOMM The make variables USER_XPMLIBDIR and USER_XPMINCDIR can be
XCOMM used to configure library search paths and include file search paths
XCOMM to find the xpm libraries and header files.
XCOMM
XCOMM Example:
XCOMM
XCOMM #define XPM
XCOMM USER_XPMLIBDIR = -L/usr/lib
XCOMM USER_XPMINCDIR = -I/usr/include
XCOMM
#define XPM

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Use Jpeg images
XCOMM If you want JPEG support, define JPEG.
XCOMM
XCOMM The make variables USER_JPEGLIBDIR and USER_JPEGINCDIR can be
XCOMM used to configure library search paths and include file search paths
XCOMM to find the jpeg libraries and header files.
XCOMM
XCOMM Example:
XCOMM
XCOMM #define JPEG
XCOMM USER_JPEGLIBDIR = -L/usr/lib
XCOMM USER_JPEGINCDIR = -I/usr/include
XCOMM
#define JPEG

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Using M4 to process the ctwm configuration file
XCOMM If you want to process the ctwm configuration file with m4, define
XCOMM USE_M4.
XCOMM
#define USE_M4

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Support for Gnome extensions
XCOMM If you want to build with Gnome extensions, define GNOME.
XCOMM
#define GNOME

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Use GNU regex
XCOMM If you want to build with GNU regex instead of the internal regex
XCOMM functions, define USE_GNU_REGEX.
XCOMM
#undef  USE_GNU_REGEX

XCOMM DEBUGGING:

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: General debugging
XCOMM If you want to get all kinds of debugging output from CTWM, define
XCOMM DEBUG.
XCOMM
#undef  DEBUG

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Debug the parser
XCOMM If you want debugging output for the configuration file parser,
XCOMM define DEBUGPARSER
XCOMM
#undef  DEBUGPARSER

XCOMM ----------------------------------------------------------------------
XCOMM Feature: Compile with lots and lots of warnings
XCOMM If you use gcc, and want to build with as much paranoia as possible,
XCOMM define GCC_PEDANTIC.
XCOMM Quite honestly, I would recommend for you not to use it for now.
XCOMM You'll just start running and screaming :-).	-- Richard Levitte
XCOMM
#undef  GCC_PEDANTIC