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Make-headers - creates -dev packages

Published by Thomas Leonard


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Given a standard autoconf source package (in $SRCDIR), this script builds it (configure --prefix=$DISTDIR && make install) and then removes files which shouldn't be in a -dev package (.so and .la files, etc). It also edits any pkg-config .pc files to use a relative path for the prefix.


Available versions

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0.12007-03-04stableAnyDownload (7574 bytes)
0.22008-03-02AnyDownload (7758 bytes)
0.32008-05-11stableAnyDownload (8496 bytes)
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