> On Mon, 25-Oct-1999 @ 16:06, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> > Subject: Re: Autoconf/configure
> > [Oliver Rauch]
> > > I want to know if there is a standard for the user to tell configure and the
> > > Makfiles where to look for include-files and libs that are not installed in
> > > the standard places.
> > I normally do it like this:
> > CFLAGS=-I/non/standard/include LDFLAGS=-L/non/standard/lib ./configure
> > It works. :-) It depends on the configure.in if there are any options to give
> > to configure.
> And sometimes CPPFLAGS=... can be of value to convince `configure'
> that certain features exist in non-standard places on your system.
as far as I could see the variable INCLUDES is better than CPPFLAGS,
I am not sure if LIBS or LDFLAGS is the right one.
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