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NAME


python-config - output build options for python C/C++ extensions or
embedding

SYNOPSIS


python-config [ --prefix ] [ --exec-prefix ] [ --includes ] [ --libs ]
[ --cflags ] [ --ldflags ] [ --extension-suffix ] [ --abiflags ] [
--help ]

DESCRIPTION


python-config helps compiling and linking programs, which embed the
Python interpreter, or extension modules that can be loaded dynamically
(at run time) into the interpreter.

OPTIONS


--abiflags
print the the ABI flags as specified by PEP 3149.

--cflags
print the C compiler flags.

--ldflags
print the flags that should be passed to the linker.

--includes
similar to --cflags but only with -I options (path to python
header files).

--libs similar to --ldflags but only with -l options (used libraries).

--prefix
prints the prefix (base directory) under which python can be
found.

--exec-prefix
print the prefix used for executable program directories (such
as bin, sbin, etc).

--extension-suffix
print the extension suffix used for binary extensions.

--help print the usage message.

EXAMPLES


To build the singe-file c program prog against the python library, use

gcc $(python-config --cflags --ldflags) progr.cpp -o progr.cpp

The same in a makefile:

CFLAGS+=$(shell python-config --cflags)
LDFLAGS+=$(shell python-config --ldflags)
all: progr

To build a dynamically loadable python module, use

gcc $(python-config --cflags --ldflags) -shared -fPIC progr.cpp
-o progr.so

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