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#! /bin/sh
# __BEGIN_LICENSE__
#
# Copyright (C) 2006 United States Government as represented by the
# Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
# (NASA). All Rights Reserved.
#
# Copyright 2006 Carnegie Mellon University. All rights reserved.
#
# This software is distributed under the NASA Open Source Agreement
# (NOSA), version 1.3. The NOSA has been approved by the Open Source
# Initiative. See the file COPYING at the top of the distribution
# directory tree for the complete NOSA document.
#
# THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY
# KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
# LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTY THAT THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE WILL CONFORM TO
# SPECIFICATIONS, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR
# A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR FREEDOM FROM INFRINGEMENT, ANY WARRANTY THAT
# THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE WILL BE ERROR FREE, OR ANY WARRANTY THAT
# DOCUMENTATION, IF PROVIDED, WILL CONFORM TO THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE.
#
# __END_LICENSE__
### config.options.example
#
# This file demonstrates how to configure the NASA Stereo Pipeline
# in various ways. To use it, rename or copy it to "config.options"
# and uncomment or modify the appropriate lines below.
### Configure Options
#
# Alternative command-line syntax: --enable-foo[=val]
#
# These options allow you modify the basic behavior of the build
# environment.
# ENABLE_DEBUG=no
# ENABLE_OPTIMIZE=yes
# PREFIX=/usr/local
### Module Configuration
#
# Alternative command-line syntax: --enable-module-foo[=val]
#
# Uncomment the following lines to explicitly enable or disable
# certain modules. These options override the default behavior, which
# is to build all the modules that can be built with the libraries
# that you have installed on your system. Note that no module will
# be built if its required software dependencies cannot be found.
# Look at the output from ./configure to see what modules will
# ultimately be built.
# ENABLE_APP_STEREO=no
# ENABLE_APP_ORTHOPROJECT=no
# ENABLE_APP_BUNDLEADJUST=yes
### Package Base Paths
#
# Alternative command-line syntax: --with-paths=val
#
# Set these to the directories that contain lib/include directories
# for packages in non-standard locations. List multiple search
# directories by seperating them with whitespace.
# PKG_PATHS="/foo/bar"
### Per-package Base Paths
#
# Alternative command-line syntax: --with-pkgname[=val]
#
# If val is no, this will disable searching for pkgname.
# If val is yes (the default) it will search PKG_PATHS for the pkg.
# Otherwise, val is treated as a path list that will be used only for
# this pkg, and will locally override PKG_PATHS.
# HAVE_PKG_PKGNAME=/path/to/pkgname
### Disable discovery and hard-code flags
#
# Alternative command-line syntax: --with-pkg-libs[=val], --with-pkg-cppflags[=val]
#
# Set cppflags to prepend to the cppflags, and libs to override the libs. If
# PKG_PKGNAME_LDFLAGS is set, it will prevent configure from searching for
# PKGNAME. A basic check is done, to make sure that the libraries you
# passed in exist, but they are not checked for the required symbols. You should
# independently verify that they provide them.
#PKG_PKGNAME_CPPFLAGS=-I/path/to/headers
#PKG_PKGNAME_LDFLAGS=-L/path/to/libs -lmylib
#
# or even, if you need it (use sparingly):
#PKG_PKGNAME_LDFLAGS=/path/to/required/lib.so
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