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Each place lists what I think may be an incomplete set of definitions for customizing the build. Trawling through a few headers, it looks like a more complete list of options (for non-special cases) might be something like this:
There are even more CURL_DISABLE_* defines that can be set to disable specific parts of curl when building. They all have their own configure options. I wouldn't mind having somewhere to document what they're used for and we could then also generate the list or have a test case verify that the list contains all the used DISABLE defines. But maybe that place isn't in the Windows build section in INSTALL.md since these are not really Windows-specific...
A more comprehensive, better documented list would be fantastic. I mentioned Windows because the existing documentation refers to some of these, and because mechanisms for customizing the build for Windows are more limited, thus it's of even greater importance that a Windows developer has a comprehensive list. However, I agree that a centralized reference would be ideal, and then perhaps the Windows build notes/docs can simply point there.