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Source code changes of the file "INSTALL" between
discount-2.2.4.tar.bz2 and discount-2.2.6.tar.bz2

About: Discount is an implementation of the "Markdown" markup language (written in C).

INSTALL  (discount-2.2.4.tar.bz2):INSTALL  (discount-2.2.6.tar.bz2)
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--debian-glitch When mangling email addresses, do them determinis tically --debian-glitch When mangling email addresses, do them determinis tically
so the Debian regression tester won't complain so the Debian regression tester won't complain
--pkg-config Build & install a pkg-config(1) .pc file for --pkg-config Build & install a pkg-config(1) .pc file for
the discount library. the discount library.
--h1-title Have theme & mkd2html use the first h1 in a document --h1-title Have theme & mkd2html use the first h1 in a document
as the title if there's no pandoc header or title as the title if there's no pandoc header or title
specified on the command line. specified on the command line.
--cxx-binding Wrap mkdio.h with (conditional) 'extern "C"' for c++ --cxx-binding Wrap mkdio.h with (conditional) 'extern "C"' for c++
binding. binding.
3) Installing sample programs and manpages 3) Testing
``make test'' runs discount against a collection of test cases.
4) Installing sample programs and manpages
The standard ``make install'' rule just installs the binaries. If you The standard ``make install'' rule just installs the binaries. If you
want to install the sample programs, they are installed with want to install the sample programs, they are installed with
``make install.samples''; to install manpages, ``make install.man''. ``make install.samples''; to install manpages, ``make install.man''.
A shortcut to install everything is ``make install.everything'' A shortcut to install everything is ``make install.everything''
5) Assorted platform gotchas
1. On NetBSD (version 8 for certain) running configure.sh by
itself will result in logging output being mixed in with diagnostic
output on the screen instead of having it written to config.log.
If, instead, you do `ksh ./configure.sh`, it will be much less
garbled (the shell defaults all fds > stderr to close on exec,
so my redirecting stdout fails after the first subprocess.)
2. On 9Front (and maybe every other extant plan9 variant) the
system mkfile sets the `T' flag in CFLAGS; there are several
places where I typedef voids to opaque structure pointers and
this makes the build die when it attempts to link anything.
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