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PROGRAM:

NAME


gnulib-tool - program for authors or maintainers which want to import modules from gnulib
into their packages.

SYNOPSIS


gnulib-tool --list

gnulib-tool --import [module1 ... moduleN]

gnulib-tool --update

gnulib-tool --create-testdir --dir=directory module1 ... moduleN

gnulib-tool --create-megatestdir --dir=directory [module1 ... moduleN]

gnulib-tool --test --dir=directory module1 ... moduleN

gnulib-tool --megatest --dir=directory [module1 ... moduleN]

gnulib-tool --extract-description module

gnulib-tool --extract-filelist module

gnulib-tool --extract-dependencies module

gnulib-tool --extract-autoconf-snippet module

gnulib-tool --extract-automake-snippet module

gnulib-tool --extract-include-directive module

gnulib-tool --extract-license module

gnulib-tool --extract-maintainer module

gnulib-tool --extract-tests-module module

DESCRIPTION


The GNU portability library is a macro system and C declarations and definitions for
commonly-used API elements and abstracted system behaviors. It can be used to improve
portability and other functionality in your programs.

OPTIONS


Operation modes:

--list print the available module names.

--import
import the given modules into the current package; if no modules are specified,
update the current package from the current gnulib.

--update
update the current package, restore files omitted from CVS.

--create-testdir
create a scratch package with the given modules.

--create-megatestdir
create a mega scratch package with the given modules one by one and all together.

--test test the combination of the given modules (recommended to use CC="gcc -Wall" here).

--megatest
test the given modules one by one and all together (recommended to use CC="gcc
-Wall" here).

--extract-description
extract the description.

--extract-filelist
extract the list of files.

--extract-dependencies
extract the dependencies.

--extract-autoconf-snippet
extract the snippet for configure.ac.

--extract-automake-snippet
extract the snippet for lib/Makefile.am.

--extract-include-directive
extract the #include directive.

--extract-license
report the license terms of the source files under lib/.

--extract-maintainer
report the maintainer(s) inside gnulib.

--extract-tests-module
report the unit test module, if it exists.

Options:

--dir=DIRECTORY
specify the target directory. For --import, this specifies where your configure.ac
can be found. Defaults to current directory.

--lib=LIBRARY
Specify the library name. Defaults to 'libgnu'.

--source-base=DIRECTORY
Directory relative --dir where source code is placed (default "lib"), for --import.

--m4-base=DIRECTORY
Directory relative --dir where *.m4 macros are placed (default "m4"), for --import.

--tests-base=DIRECTORY
Directory relative --dir where unit tests are placed (default "tests"), for
--import.

--aux-dir=DIRECTORY
Directory relative --dir where auxiliary build tools are placed (default "build-
aux").

--with-tests
Include unit tests for the included modules.

--avoid=MODULE
Avoid including the given MODULE. Useful if you have code that provides equivalent
functionality. This option can be repeated.

--lgpl Abort if modules aren't available under the LGPL. Also modify license template from
GPL to LGPL.

--libtool
Use libtool rules, for --import.

--macro-prefix=PREFIX
Specify the prefix of the macros 'gl_EARLY' and 'gl_INIT'. Default is 'gl'.

--no-changelog
don't update or create ChangeLog files.

--dry-run
For --import, only print what would have been done.

-s, --symbolic, --symlink
Make symbolic links instead of copying files.

-h, --help
Show summary of options.

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