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ACE-configuration.txt File Reference


Variables

Id
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v do something like the following
v do something like the the
work being done by the ACE
Configuration Project is being
slowly introduced into the
official ACE distribution
Some of the functionality
in the work created by the
ACE Configuration Project
has been removed so that ACE
may be built in the usual
fashion Once the ACE Configuration
Project work stabilizes on
more platforms that removed
functionality may be added
to ACE Currently the configure
script contains most of the
tests that are necessary to
properly configure ACE on
most platforms 
However
v do something like the the
work being done by the ACE
Configuration Project is being
slowly introduced into the
official ACE distribution
Some of the functionality
in the work created by the
ACE Configuration Project
has been removed so that ACE
may be built in the usual
fashion Once the ACE Configuration
Project work stabilizes on
more platforms that removed
functionality may be added
to ACE Currently the configure
script contains most of the
tests that are necessary to
properly configure ACE on
most platforms there are still
some autoconf tests that are
missing As 
such
v do something like the the
work being done by the ACE
Configuration Project is being
slowly introduced into the
official ACE distribution
Some of the functionality
in the work created by the
ACE Configuration Project
has been removed so that ACE
may be built in the usual
fashion Once the ACE Configuration
Project work stabilizes on
more platforms that removed
functionality may be added
to ACE Currently the configure
script contains most of the
tests that are necessary to
properly configure ACE on
most platforms there are still
some autoconf tests that are
missing As you may encounter
and most likely will have
compilation problems Please
report any problems to the
contacts listed at the end
of this document The configure
script that is currently being
used has been modified from
the ACE Configuration Project
s configure script to prevent
makefiles from being automatically
generated since there are
still some issues that must
be addressed before automatically
generated makefiles are incorporated
into the official ACE distribution
A listing of available configure
script options can be shown
by 
entering
v do something like the the
work being done by the ACE
Configuration Project is being
slowly introduced into the
official ACE distribution
Some of the functionality
in the work created by the
ACE Configuration Project
has been removed so that ACE
may be built in the usual
fashion Once the ACE Configuration
Project work stabilizes on
more platforms that removed
functionality may be added
to ACE Currently the configure
script contains most of the
tests that are necessary to
properly configure ACE on
most platforms there are still
some autoconf tests that are
missing As you may encounter
and most likely will have
compilation problems Please
report any problems to the
contacts listed at the end
of this document The configure
script that is currently being
used has been modified from
the ACE Configuration Project
s configure script to prevent
makefiles from being automatically
generated since there are
still some issues that must
be addressed before automatically
generated makefiles are incorporated
into the official ACE distribution
A listing of available configure
script options can be shown
by silent do not print checking
messages version print the
version of autoconf that created
configure Directory and file 
names
v do something like the the
work being done by the ACE
Configuration Project is being
slowly introduced into the
official ACE distribution
Some of the functionality
in the work created by the
ACE Configuration Project
has been removed so that ACE
may be built in the usual
fashion Once the ACE Configuration
Project work stabilizes on
more platforms that removed
functionality may be added
to ACE Currently the configure
script contains most of the
tests that are necessary to
properly configure ACE on
most platforms there are still
some autoconf tests that are
missing As you may encounter
and most likely will have
compilation problems Please
report any problems to the
contacts listed at the end
of this document The configure
script that is currently being
used has been modified from
the ACE Configuration Project
s configure script to prevent
makefiles from being automatically
generated since there are
still some issues that must
be addressed before automatically
generated makefiles are incorporated
into the official ACE distribution
A listing of available configure
script options can be shown
by silent do not print checking
messages version print the
version of autoconf that created
configure Directory and file
e g Sun C[default=no] enable
enable code inlining[default=yes] enable log msg prop
enable threads inheriting
ACE_Log_Msg properties from
parent thread[default=yes]
enable logging enable ACE
logging macros[default=yes]
enable malloc stats enable
malloc statistics collection[default=no] enable optimize
enable additional optimizations[default=yes] enable probe
enable ACE_Timeprobes[default=no] enable profile enable
profiling[default=no] enable
purify Purify all executables[default=no] enable quantify
Quantify all executables[default=no] enable reentrant enable
reentrant functions[default=yes] enable repo use GNU
template repository GNU C
with repo patches and EGCS
only[default=no] enable rtti
enable run time type identification
*Currently only for Sun C[default=no] enable static
obj mgr enable Object_Manager[default=yes] enable threads
enable thread support[default=yes] enable verb not sup
enable verbose ENOTSUP reports[default=no] enable trace
enable ACE tracing[default=no] enable xt reactor build
support for the XtReactor[default=no] with x use the
X Window System with gperf
compile the gperf program[default=yes] with tli device[=DEV] device for TCP on TLI[default=/dev/tcp] To enable
debugging and disable code 
inlining
v do something like the the
work being done by the ACE
Configuration Project is being
slowly introduced into the
official ACE distribution
Some of the functionality
in the work created by the
ACE Configuration Project
has been removed so that ACE
may be built in the usual
fashion Once the ACE Configuration
Project work stabilizes on
more platforms that removed
functionality may be added
to ACE Currently the configure
script contains most of the
tests that are necessary to
properly configure ACE on
most platforms there are still
some autoconf tests that are
missing As you may encounter
and most likely will have
compilation problems Please
report any problems to the
contacts listed at the end
of this document The configure
script that is currently being
used has been modified from
the ACE Configuration Project
s configure script to prevent
makefiles from being automatically
generated since there are
still some issues that must
be addressed before automatically
generated makefiles are incorporated
into the official ACE distribution
A listing of available configure
script options can be shown
by silent do not print checking
messages version print the
version of autoconf that created
configure Directory and file
e g Sun C[default=no] enable
enable code inlining[default=yes] enable log msg prop
enable threads inheriting
ACE_Log_Msg properties from
parent thread[default=yes]
enable logging enable ACE
logging macros[default=yes]
enable malloc stats enable
malloc statistics collection[default=no] enable optimize
enable additional optimizations[default=yes] enable probe
enable ACE_Timeprobes[default=no] enable profile enable
profiling[default=no] enable
purify Purify all executables[default=no] enable quantify
Quantify all executables[default=no] enable reentrant enable
reentrant functions[default=yes] enable repo use GNU
template repository GNU C
with repo patches and EGCS
only[default=no] enable rtti
enable run time type identification
*Currently only for Sun C[default=no] enable static
obj mgr enable Object_Manager[default=yes] enable threads
enable thread support[default=yes] enable verb not sup
enable verbose ENOTSUP reports[default=no] enable trace
enable ACE tracing[default=no] enable xt reactor build
support for the XtReactor[default=no] with x use the
X Window System with gperf
compile the gperf program[default=yes] with tli device[=DEV] device for TCP on TLI[default=/dev/tcp] To enable
debugging and disable code
for 
example
v do something like the the
work being done by the ACE
Configuration Project is being
slowly introduced into the
official ACE distribution
Some of the functionality
in the work created by the
ACE Configuration Project
has been removed so that ACE
may be built in the usual
fashion Once the ACE Configuration
Project work stabilizes on
more platforms that removed
functionality may be added
to ACE Currently the configure
script contains most of the
tests that are necessary to
properly configure ACE on
most platforms there are still
some autoconf tests that are
missing As you may encounter
and most likely will have
compilation problems Please
report any problems to the
contacts listed at the end
of this document The configure
script that is currently being
used has been modified from
the ACE Configuration Project
s configure script to prevent
makefiles from being automatically
generated since there are
still some issues that must
be addressed before automatically
generated makefiles are incorporated
into the official ACE distribution
A listing of available configure
script options can be shown
by silent do not print checking
messages version print the
version of autoconf that created
configure Directory and file
e g Sun C[default=no] enable
enable code inlining[default=yes] enable log msg prop
enable threads inheriting
ACE_Log_Msg properties from
parent thread[default=yes]
enable logging enable ACE
logging macros[default=yes]
enable malloc stats enable
malloc statistics collection[default=no] enable optimize
enable additional optimizations[default=yes] enable probe
enable ACE_Timeprobes[default=no] enable profile enable
profiling[default=no] enable
purify Purify all executables[default=no] enable quantify
Quantify all executables[default=no] enable reentrant enable
reentrant functions[default=yes] enable repo use GNU
template repository GNU C
with repo patches and EGCS
only[default=no] enable rtti
enable run time type identification
*Currently only for Sun C[default=no] enable static
obj mgr enable Object_Manager[default=yes] enable threads
enable thread support[default=yes] enable verb not sup
enable verbose ENOTSUP reports[default=no] enable trace
enable ACE tracing[default=no] enable xt reactor build
support for the XtReactor[default=no] with x use the
X Window System with gperf
compile the gperf program[default=yes] with tli device[=DEV] device for TCP on TLI[default=/dev/tcp] To enable
debugging and disable code
for just enter the following
on the command 
line

Variable Documentation

v __pad0__
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

v do something like the the work being done by the ACE Configuration Project is being slowly introduced into the official ACE distribution Some of the functionality in the work created by the ACE Configuration Project has been removed so that ACE may be built in the usual fashion Once the ACE Configuration Project work stabilizes on more platforms that removed functionality may be added to ACE Currently the configure script contains most of the tests that are necessary to properly configure ACE on most platforms there are still some autoconf tests that are missing As you may encounter and most likely will have compilation problems Please report any problems to the contacts listed at the end of this document The configure script that is currently being used has been modified from the ACE Configuration Project s configure script to prevent makefiles from being automatically generated since there are still some issues that must be addressed before automatically generated makefiles are incorporated into the official ACE distribution A listing of available configure script options can be shown by entering
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

v do something like the the work being done by the ACE Configuration Project is being slowly introduced into the official ACE distribution Some of the functionality in the work created by the ACE Configuration Project has been removed so that ACE may be built in the usual fashion Once the ACE Configuration Project work stabilizes on more platforms that removed functionality may be added to ACE Currently the configure script contains most of the tests that are necessary to properly configure ACE on most platforms there are still some autoconf tests that are missing As you may encounter and most likely will have compilation problems Please report any problems to the contacts listed at the end of this document The configure script that is currently being used has been modified from the ACE Configuration Project s configure script to prevent makefiles from being automatically generated since there are still some issues that must be addressed before automatically generated makefiles are incorporated into the official ACE distribution A listing of available configure script options can be shown by silent do not print checking messages version print the version of autoconf that created configure Directory and file e g Sun C [default=no] enable enable code inlining [default=yes] enable log msg prop enable threads inheriting ACE_Log_Msg properties from parent thread [default=yes] enable logging enable ACE logging macros [default=yes] enable malloc stats enable malloc statistics collection [default=no] enable optimize enable additional optimizations [default=yes] enable probe enable ACE_Timeprobes [default=no] enable profile enable profiling [default=no] enable purify Purify all executables [default=no] enable quantify Quantify all executables [default=no] enable reentrant enable reentrant functions [default=yes] enable repo use GNU template repository GNU C with repo patches and EGCS only [default=no] enable rtti enable run time type identification* Currently only for Sun C [default=no] enable static obj mgr enable Object_Manager [default=yes] enable threads enable thread support [default=yes] enable verb not sup enable verbose ENOTSUP reports [default=no] enable trace enable ACE tracing [default=no] enable xt reactor build support for the XtReactor [default=no] with x use the X Window System with gperf compile the gperf program [default=yes] with tli device [=DEV] device for TCP on TLI [default=/dev/tcp] To enable debugging and disable code for example [static]
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

v do something like the following
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

v do something like the the work being done by the ACE Configuration Project is being slowly introduced into the official ACE distribution Some of the functionality in the work created by the ACE Configuration Project has been removed so that ACE may be built in the usual fashion Once the ACE Configuration Project work stabilizes on more platforms that removed functionality may be added to ACE Currently the configure script contains most of the tests that are necessary to properly configure ACE on most platforms However
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

* Id
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

v do something like the the work being done by the ACE Configuration Project is being slowly introduced into the official ACE distribution Some of the functionality in the work created by the ACE Configuration Project has been removed so that ACE may be built in the usual fashion Once the ACE Configuration Project work stabilizes on more platforms that removed functionality may be added to ACE Currently the configure script contains most of the tests that are necessary to properly configure ACE on most platforms there are still some autoconf tests that are missing As you may encounter and most likely will have compilation problems Please report any problems to the contacts listed at the end of this document The configure script that is currently being used has been modified from the ACE Configuration Project s configure script to prevent makefiles from being automatically generated since there are still some issues that must be addressed before automatically generated makefiles are incorporated into the official ACE distribution A listing of available configure script options can be shown by silent do not print checking messages version print the version of autoconf that created configure Directory and file e g Sun C [default=no] enable enable code inlining [default=yes] enable log msg prop enable threads inheriting ACE_Log_Msg properties from parent thread [default=yes] enable logging enable ACE logging macros [default=yes] enable malloc stats enable malloc statistics collection [default=no] enable optimize enable additional optimizations [default=yes] enable probe enable ACE_Timeprobes [default=no] enable profile enable profiling [default=no] enable purify Purify all executables [default=no] enable quantify Quantify all executables [default=no] enable reentrant enable reentrant functions [default=yes] enable repo use GNU template repository GNU C with repo patches and EGCS only [default=no] enable rtti enable run time type identification* Currently only for Sun C [default=no] enable static obj mgr enable Object_Manager [default=yes] enable threads enable thread support [default=yes] enable verb not sup enable verbose ENOTSUP reports [default=no] enable trace enable ACE tracing [default=no] enable xt reactor build support for the XtReactor [default=no] with x use the X Window System with gperf compile the gperf program [default=yes] with tli device [=DEV] device for TCP on TLI [default=/dev/tcp] To enable debugging and disable code inlining [static]
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

v do something like the the work being done by the ACE Configuration Project is being slowly introduced into the official ACE distribution Some of the functionality in the work created by the ACE Configuration Project has been removed so that ACE may be built in the usual fashion Once the ACE Configuration Project work stabilizes on more platforms that removed functionality may be added to ACE Currently the configure script contains most of the tests that are necessary to properly configure ACE on most platforms there are still some autoconf tests that are missing As you may encounter and most likely will have compilation problems Please report any problems to the contacts listed at the end of this document The configure script that is currently being used has been modified from the ACE Configuration Project s configure script to prevent makefiles from being automatically generated since there are still some issues that must be addressed before automatically generated makefiles are incorporated into the official ACE distribution A listing of available configure script options can be shown by silent do not print checking messages version print the version of autoconf that created configure Directory and file e g Sun C [default=no] enable enable code inlining [default=yes] enable log msg prop enable threads inheriting ACE_Log_Msg properties from parent thread [default=yes] enable logging enable ACE logging macros [default=yes] enable malloc stats enable malloc statistics collection [default=no] enable optimize enable additional optimizations [default=yes] enable probe enable ACE_Timeprobes [default=no] enable profile enable profiling [default=no] enable purify Purify all executables [default=no] enable quantify Quantify all executables [default=no] enable reentrant enable reentrant functions [default=yes] enable repo use GNU template repository GNU C with repo patches and EGCS only [default=no] enable rtti enable run time type identification* Currently only for Sun C [default=no] enable static obj mgr enable Object_Manager [default=yes] enable threads enable thread support [default=yes] enable verb not sup enable verbose ENOTSUP reports [default=no] enable trace enable ACE tracing [default=no] enable xt reactor build support for the XtReactor [default=no] with x use the X Window System with gperf compile the gperf program [default=yes] with tli device [=DEV] device for TCP on TLI [default=/dev/tcp] To enable debugging and disable code for just enter the following on the command line [static]
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

v do something like the the work being done by the ACE Configuration Project is being slowly introduced into the official ACE distribution Some of the functionality in the work created by the ACE Configuration Project has been removed so that ACE may be built in the usual fashion Once the ACE Configuration Project work stabilizes on more platforms that removed functionality may be added to ACE Currently the configure script contains most of the tests that are necessary to properly configure ACE on most platforms there are still some autoconf tests that are missing As you may encounter and most likely will have compilation problems Please report any problems to the contacts listed at the end of this document The configure script that is currently being used has been modified from the ACE Configuration Project s configure script to prevent makefiles from being automatically generated since there are still some issues that must be addressed before automatically generated makefiles are incorporated into the official ACE distribution A listing of available configure script options can be shown by silent do not print checking messages version print the version of autoconf that created configure Directory and file names
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.

v do something like the the work being done by the ACE Configuration Project is being slowly introduced into the official ACE distribution Some of the functionality in the work created by the ACE Configuration Project has been removed so that ACE may be built in the usual fashion Once the ACE Configuration Project work stabilizes on more platforms that removed functionality may be added to ACE Currently the configure script contains most of the tests that are necessary to properly configure ACE on most platforms there are still some autoconf tests that are missing As such
 

Definition at line 1 of file ACE-configuration.txt.


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