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General hint: if you get compile errors, then likely your configuration hasn't been tested well. Either try with --enable-everything or use the ./reconf script as a base for experiments. ./reconf is used by myself, so it should generally be a working config. Of course, you should always report when a combination doesn't work, so it cnya be fixed. Marc Lehmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>. --enable-everything add support for all non-multichoice options listed in "./configure --help". Note that unlike other enable options this is order dependant. You can specify this and then disable options which this enables by _following_ this with the appropriate commands. --enable-xft add support for xft (anti-aliases, among others) fonts. xft fonts are slower and require lots of memory, but as long as you don't use them, you don't pay for them. --with-codesets=NAME,... compile in support for additional codeset groups: jp common japanese encodings jp_ext rarely used but big japanese encodings kr korean encodings cn common chinese encodings cn_ext rarely used but very big chinese encodigs all all of the above --enable-xim add support for XIM (X Input Method) protocol. This allows using alternative input methods (e.g. kinput2) and will also correctly set up the input for people using dead keys or compose keys. --enable-unicode3 enable support for unicode codepoints above 65535 (the basic multilingual page). This increases storage requirements per character from 2 to 4 bytes. X11 fonts do not yet support these extra characters, but Xft does. --enable-combining enable automatic composition of combining characters into composite characters. This is required for proper viewing of text where accents are encoded as seperate unicode characters. This is done by using precomposited characters when available or creating new pseudo-characters when no precomposed form exists. Without --enable-unicode3, the number of additional precomposed characters is rather limited (2048, if this is full, rxvt will use the private use area, extending the number of combinations to 8448). With --enable-unicode3, no practical limit exists. This will also enable storage of characters >16bit. They currently won't display properly, but they will paste correctly. The combining table also contains entries for arabic presentation forms, but these are not currently used. Bug me if you want these to be used. --enable-fallback(=CLASS) when reading resource settings, also read settings for class CLASS (default: Rxvt). To disable resource fallback use --disable-fallback. --with-res-name=NAME use the given name (default: urxvt) as default application name when reading resources. Specify --with-res-name=rxvt to replace rxvt. --with-res-class=CLASS use the given class (default: URxvt) as default application class when reading resources. Specify --with-res-class=Rxvt to replace rxvt. --enable-utmp write user and tty to utmp file (used by programs like ``w'') at start of rxvt execution and delete information when rxvt exits. --enable-wtmp write user and tty to wtmp file (used by programs like ``last'') at start of rxvt execution and write logout when rxvt exits. This option requires --enable-utmp to also be specified. --enable-lastlog write user and tty to lastlog file (used by programs like ``lastlogin'') at start of rxvt execution. This option requires --enable-utmp to also be specified. --enable-xpm-background add support for XPM background pixmaps --enable-transparency add support for inheriting parent backgrounds thus giving a fake transparency to the term --enable-tinting add support for tinting of transparent backgrounds. --enable-menubar add support for our menu bar system (this interacts badly with dynamic locale switching currently) --enable-rxvt-scroll add support for the original rxvt scrollbar --enable-next-scroll add support for a NeXT-like scrollbar --enable-xterm-scroll add support for an Xterm-like scrollbar --enable-plain-scroll add support for a very unobtrusive, plain-looking scrollbar that is the favourite of the rxvt-unicode author, having used it for many years. --enable-half-shadow make shadows on the scrollbar only half the normal width & height. only applicable to rxvt scrollbars --enable-ttygid change tty device setting to group "tty" - only use this if your system uses this type of security --disable-backspace-key disable any handling of the backspace key by us - let the X server do it --disable-delete-key disable any handling of the delete key by us - let the X server do it --disable-resources remove all resources checking --enable-xgetdefault make resources checking via XGetDefault() instead of our small version which only checks ~/.Xdefaults, or if that doesn't exist then ~/.Xresources --enable-strings add support for our possibly faster memset() function and other various routines, overriding your system's versions which may have been hand-crafted in assembly or may require extra libraries to link in. (this breaks ANSI-C rules and has problems on many GNU/Linux systems). --disable-swapscreen remove support for swap screen --enable-frills add support for some lesser used features --enable-linespace add support to provide user specified line spacing between text rows --enable-keepscrolling add support for continual scrolling of the display when you hold the mouse button down on a scrollbar arrow --enable-mousewheel add support for scrolling via mouse wheel or buttons 4 & 5 --enable-slipwheeling add support for continual scrolling (using the mouse wheel as an accelerator) while the control key is held down. This option requires --enable-mousewheel to also be specified. --enable-old-selection remove support for reverting the mouse selection style to that of v2.20 (and prior) --disable-new-selection remove support for mouse selection style like that of xterm --enable-dmalloc use Gray Watson's malloc - which is good for debugging See http://www.letters.com/dmalloc/ for details If you use either this or the next option, you may need to edit src/Makefile after compiling to point DINCLUDE and DLIB to the right places. You can only use either this option and the following (should you use either) --enable-dlmalloc use Doug Lea's malloc - which is good for a production version See http://g.oswego.edu/dl/html/malloc.html for details --enable-smart-resize add smart growth/shrink behaviour when changing font size via from hot keys. This should keep in a fixed position the rxvt corner which is closest to a corner of the screen --enable-256-color add support for 256 colours rather than the base 16 colours --enable-cursor-blink add support for a blinking cursor --enable-pointer-blank add support to have the pointer disappear when typing or inactive --with-name=NAME set the basename for the installed binaries (default: urxvt, resulting in urxvt, urxvtd etc.). Specify --with-name=rxvt to replace rxvt. --with-term=NAME change the environmental variable for the terminal to NAME (default "rxvt") --with-terminfo=PATH change the environmental variable for the path to the terminfo tree to PATH --with-x use the X Window System (pretty much default, eh?) --with-xpm-includes=DIR look for the XPM includes in DIR --with-xpm-library=DIR look for the XPM library in DIR --with-xpm not needed - define via --enable-xpm-background