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#
# config.mk.in -- autoconf template for Vim on Unix vim:ts=8:sw=8:
#
# DO NOT EDIT config.mk!! It will be overwritten by configure.
# Edit Makefile and run "make" or run ./configure with other arguments.
#
# Configure does not edit the makefile directly. This method is not the
# standard use of GNU autoconf, but it has two advantages:
# a) The user can override every choice made by configure.
# b) Modifications to the makefile are not lost when configure is run.
#
# I hope this is worth being nonstandard. jw.
@SET_MAKE@
VIMNAME = @VIMNAME@
EXNAME = @EXNAME@
VIEWNAME = @VIEWNAME@
CC = @CC@
DEFS = @DEFS@
CFLAGS = @CFLAGS@
CPPFLAGS = @CPPFLAGS@
XCODEFLAGS = @XCODEFLAGS@
srcdir = @srcdir@
VPATH = @srcdir@
LDFLAGS = @LDFLAGS@
LIBS = @LIBS@
TAGPRG = @TAGPRG@
CPP = @CPP@
CPP_MM = @CPP_MM@
DEPEND_CFLAGS_FILTER = @DEPEND_CFLAGS_FILTER@
LINK_AS_NEEDED = @LINK_AS_NEEDED@
X_CFLAGS = @X_CFLAGS@
X_LIBS_DIR = @X_LIBS@
X_PRE_LIBS = @X_PRE_LIBS@
X_EXTRA_LIBS = @X_EXTRA_LIBS@
X_LIBS = @X_LIB@
LUA_LIBS = @LUA_LIBS@
LUA_SRC = @LUA_SRC@
LUA_OBJ = @LUA_OBJ@
LUA_CFLAGS = @LUA_CFLAGS@
LUA_PRO = @LUA_PRO@
MZSCHEME_LIBS = @MZSCHEME_LIBS@
MZSCHEME_SRC = @MZSCHEME_SRC@
MZSCHEME_OBJ = @MZSCHEME_OBJ@
MZSCHEME_CFLAGS = @MZSCHEME_CFLAGS@
MZSCHEME_PRO = @MZSCHEME_PRO@
MZSCHEME_EXTRA = @MZSCHEME_EXTRA@
MZSCHEME_MZC = @MZSCHEME_MZC@
PERL = @vi_cv_path_perl@
PERLLIB = @vi_cv_perllib@
PERL_LIBS = @PERL_LIBS@
SHRPENV = @shrpenv@
PERL_SRC = @PERL_SRC@
PERL_OBJ = @PERL_OBJ@
PERL_PRO = @PERL_PRO@
PERL_CFLAGS = @PERL_CFLAGS@
PYTHON_SRC = @PYTHON_SRC@
PYTHON_OBJ = @PYTHON_OBJ@
PYTHON_CFLAGS = @PYTHON_CFLAGS@
PYTHON_LIBS = @PYTHON_LIBS@
PYTHON_CONFDIR = @PYTHON_CONFDIR@
PYTHON_GETPATH_CFLAGS = @PYTHON_GETPATH_CFLAGS@
PYTHON3_SRC = @PYTHON3_SRC@
PYTHON3_OBJ = @PYTHON3_OBJ@
PYTHON3_CFLAGS = @PYTHON3_CFLAGS@
PYTHON3_LIBS = @PYTHON3_LIBS@
PYTHON3_CONFDIR = @PYTHON3_CONFDIR@
TCL = @vi_cv_path_tcl@
TCL_SRC = @TCL_SRC@
TCL_OBJ = @TCL_OBJ@
TCL_PRO = @TCL_PRO@
TCL_CFLAGS = @TCL_CFLAGS@
TCL_LIBS = @TCL_LIBS@
HANGULIN_SRC = @HANGULIN_SRC@
HANGULIN_OBJ = @HANGULIN_OBJ@
WORKSHOP_SRC = @WORKSHOP_SRC@
WORKSHOP_OBJ = @WORKSHOP_OBJ@
NETBEANS_SRC = @NETBEANS_SRC@
NETBEANS_OBJ = @NETBEANS_OBJ@
RUBY = @vi_cv_path_ruby@
RUBY_SRC = @RUBY_SRC@
RUBY_OBJ = @RUBY_OBJ@
RUBY_PRO = @RUBY_PRO@
RUBY_CFLAGS = @RUBY_CFLAGS@
RUBY_LIBS = @RUBY_LIBS@
SNIFF_SRC = @SNIFF_SRC@
SNIFF_OBJ = @SNIFF_OBJ@
AWK = @AWK@
STRIP = @STRIP@
EXEEXT = @EXEEXT@
COMPILEDBY = @compiledby@
INSTALLVIMDIFF = @dovimdiff@
INSTALLGVIMDIFF = @dogvimdiff@
INSTALL_LANGS = @INSTALL_LANGS@
INSTALL_TOOL_LANGS = @INSTALL_TOOL_LANGS@
### sed command to fix quotes while creating pathdef.c
QUOTESED = @QUOTESED@
### Line break character as octal number for "tr"
NL = @line_break@
### Top directory for everything
prefix = @prefix@
### Top directory for the binary
exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
### Prefix for location of data files
BINDIR = @bindir@
### For autoconf 2.60 and later (avoid a warning)
datarootdir = @datarootdir@
### Prefix for location of data files
DATADIR = @datadir@
### Prefix for location of man pages
MANDIR = @mandir@
### Do we have a GUI
GUI_INC_LOC = @GUI_INC_LOC@
GUI_LIB_LOC = @GUI_LIB_LOC@
GUI_SRC = $(@GUITYPE@_SRC)
GUI_OBJ = $(@GUITYPE@_OBJ)
GUI_DEFS = $(@GUITYPE@_DEFS)
GUI_IPATH = $(@GUITYPE@_IPATH)
GUI_LIBS_DIR = $(@GUITYPE@_LIBS_DIR)
GUI_LIBS1 = $(@GUITYPE@_LIBS1)
GUI_LIBS2 = $(@GUITYPE@_LIBS2)
GUI_INSTALL = $(@GUITYPE@_INSTALL)
GUI_TARGETS = $(@GUITYPE@_TARGETS)
GUI_MAN_TARGETS = $(@GUITYPE@_MAN_TARGETS)
GUI_TESTTARGET = $(@GUITYPE@_TESTTARGET)
GUI_TESTARG = $(@GUITYPE@_TESTARG)
GUI_BUNDLE = $(@GUITYPE@_BUNDLE)
NARROW_PROTO = @NARROW_PROTO@
GUI_X_LIBS = @GUI_X_LIBS@
MOTIF_LIBNAME = @MOTIF_LIBNAME@
GTK_LIBNAME = @GTK_LIBNAME@
### Any OS dependent extra source and object file
OS_EXTRA_SRC = @OS_EXTRA_SRC@
OS_EXTRA_OBJ = @OS_EXTRA_OBJ@
### If the *.po files are to be translated to *.mo files.
MAKEMO = @MAKEMO@
# Make sure that "make first" will run "make all" once configure has done its
# work. This is needed when using the Makefile in the top directory.
first: all
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