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Magick++-Config(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual Magick++-Config(1)

GraphicsMagick++-config - get information about the installed version of Magick++

GraphicsMagick++-config [--cppflags] [--cxxflags] [--exec-prefix] [--ldflags] [--libs] [--prefix] [--version]

GraphicsMagick++-config prints the compiler and linker flags required to compile and link programs that use the GraphicsMagick C++ Application Programmer Interface (known as Magick++ ).

To print the version of the installed distribution of Magick++, use:
  GraphicsMagick++-config --version
To compile a program that calls the GraphicsMagick C++ Application Programmer Interface, use:
  c++ `GraphicsMagick++-config --cxxflags --cppflags --ldflags --libs` program.cpp

--cppflags
Print the preprocessor flags that are needed to find the GraphicsMagick C and C++ include files and defines to ensures that the GraphicsMagick data structures match between your program and the installed libraries.
--cxxflags
Print the compiler flags that were used to compile libMagick++.
--exec-prefix
Print the directory under which target specific binaries and executables are installed.
--ldflags
Print the linker flags that are needed to link with the libMagick++ library.
--libs
Print the linker flags that are needed to link a program with libMagick++.
--prefix
Print the directory under which the package is installed.
--version
Print the version of the GraphicsMagick distribution to standard output.

Copyright (C) 2002 GraphicsMagick Group Copyright (C) 2000 ImageMagick Studio

Bob Friesenhahn, ImageMagick Studio
2 May 2002 GraphicsMagick

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