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neon 0.30.2
30 September 2016

libneon27-dev

Header and static library files for libneon27

libneon27-gnutls-dev

Header and static library files for libneon27 (GnuTLS enabled)

neon-devel

Development libraries and C header files for the neon library

neon

HTTP and WebDAV client library with a C interface

libneon-devel

An HTTP and WebDAV Client Library

NAME

neon-config - script providing information about installed copy of neon library

SYNOPSIS

neon-config [--prefix] [[--cflags] | [--libs] | [--la-file] | [--support feature] | [--help] | [--version]]

DESCRIPTION

The neon-config script provides information about an installed copy of the neon library. The --cflags and --libs options instruct how to compile and link an application against the library; the --version and --support options can help determine whether the library meets the applications requirements.

OPTIONS

--cflags
Print the flags which should be passed to the C compiler when compiling object files, when the object files use neon header files.
--libs
Print the flags which should be passed to the linker when linking an application which uses the neon library
--la-file
Print the location of the libtool library script, libneon.la, which can be used to link against neon by applications using libtool.
--version
Print the version of the library
--prefix dir
If dir is given; relocate output of --cflags and --libs as if neon was installed in given prefix directory. Otherwise, print the installation prefix of the library.
--support feature
The script exits with success if feature is supported by the library.
--help
Print help message; includes list of known features and whether they are supported or not.

EXAMPLE

Below is a Makefile fragment which could be used to build an application against an installed neon library, when the neon-config script can be found in $PATH.
CFLAGS = ‘neon-config --cflags‘
LIBS = ‘neon-config --libs‘
OBJECTS = myapp.o
TARGET = myapp

$(TARGET): $(OBJECTS) $(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o $(TARGET) $(OBJECTS) $(LIBS)
myapp.o: myapp.c $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c myapp.c -o myapp.o

AUTHOR

Joe Orton <>
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