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#! /bin/sh

### This file is part of R.
###
### R is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
### the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
### Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your
### option) any later version.
###
### R is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
### WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
### FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public
### License for more details.
###
### You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
### along with R; if not, you can obtain it via the World Wide Web at
### `http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html', or by writing to the Free
### Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place -- Suite 330, Boston, MA
### 02111-3307, USE.

# By means of this file you can (also) provide default values for the
# configuration process. To set variables, uncomment the VAR=DEFAULT
# lines and set DEFAULT according to your needs.

# The command used to spool PostScript files to the printer.
# If unspecified, the system will look for either "lpr" or "lp"
# R_PRINTCMD=lpr

# The paper size for the local (PostScript) printer.
# It must either be left blank or set to one of "a4" or "letter".
# If left blank the system will use "a4".
# R_PAPERSIZE=a4

# The default behavior of R if it encounters EOF in batch mode.
# Set this to one of "--save" or "--no-save" depending whether you
# want automatic saving of `.RData' or not.
# R_BATCHSAVE=

# The command which runs the C compiler.
# If unspecified, a search is made for gcc and cc (in that order).
# To override this choice, specify the name of the command which runs
# the compiler here, for example `c89'.
# CC=

# Debugging and optimization options for the C compiler.
# Use this to specify CFLAGS for the version of the C compiler specified
# above. If unspecified, defaults to "-g -O2" for gcc, and "-g" in all
# other cases.
# CFLAGS=

# The following additional CFLAGS to be used only in the main compilation
# and only in building shared libraries respectively. For example,
# on some systems one needs MAIN_CFLAGS=-pg when profiling.
# MAIN_CFLAGS=
# SHLIB_CFLAGS=

# Header file search directory (`-IDIR') and any other miscellaneous
# options for the C preprocessor and compiler.
# If unset defaults to `-I/usr/local/include'.
# CPPFLAGS=

# The command which runs the the FORTRAN compiler.
# If unspecified, a search is made for g77, fort77, f77, f90, xlf, cf77,
# and fc (in that order). If none of these is found, f2c is used if
# found; otherwise, R cannot be compiled. The search mechanism can be
# changed using the `--with-g77', `--with-f77', and `--with-f2c' command
# line options to configure.
# FC=

# Options for the FORTRAN compiler.
# Use this to specify FFLAGS for the version of the compiler specified
# above. If unspecified, defaults to "-O2" for g77, and "" otherwise.
# FFLAGS=

# The following additional FFLAGS to be used only in the main compilation
# and only in building shared libraries respectively. For example,
# on some systems one needs MAIN_FFLAGS=-pg when profiling.
# MAIN_FFLAGS=
# SHLIB_FFLAGS=

# The command to be used to load the main R binary.
# This is usually the FORTRAN or C compiler, but the automatic choice
# can be overriden by means of this variable.
# MAIN_LD=

# The flags which are necessary for loading main program which will load
# DLLs at runtime. HP-UX and Linux-elf are examples of platforms which
# use this. These platforms are already taken care of by configure,
# and anything set here will be in addition unless MAIN_LD is given.
# For example, one can set flags for profiling here.
# MAIN_LDFLAGS=

# Any special flags which must be used when compiling C code to be
# turned into a shared library. This is typically something like -fpic
# or -fPIC. If this variable is left unspecified an attempt is made to
# automatically detect the correct value by configure.
# CPICFLAGS=

# The following variable can be used to provide any PIC flags for the
# FORTRAN compiler (if you are using one). If not specified, the value
# of CPICFLAGS above is used.
# FPICFLAGS=

# The command to be used to load shared libraries which contain object
# files from a C or Fortran compiler only. This is usually the C
# compiler or `ld', but the automatic choice can be overridden by means
# of this variable.
# SHLIB_LD=

# Any special flags which are required by the linker when creating
# shared libraries containing object files from a C or Fortran
# compiler only. This is usually automatically detected by configure,
# and anything set here will be in addition unless SHLIB_LD is given.
# SHLIB_LDFLAGS=

# For `-l' and `-L' options to pass to the linker.
# `-L' options set here will be prepended to LD_LIBRARY_PATH at run time
# If unset defaults to `-L/usr/local/lib'.
# LIBS=

# The command which runs the C++ compiler. It not specified, configure
# uses the values of the environment variables `CXX' or `CCC' if set,
# and then looks under the names `c++', `g++', `gcc', `CC', `cxx', and
# `cc++' (in that order).
# CXX=

# Options for the C++ compiler.
# CXXFLAGS=

# Any special flags which must be used when compiling C++ code to be
# turned into a shared library. If this variable is left unspecified
# an attempt is made to automatically detect the correct value by
# configure.
# CXXPICFLAGS=

# The command to be used to load shared libraries which contain object
# files from a C++ compiler. This is usually the C++ compiler/linker,
# but the automatic choice can be overridden by means of this variable.
# SHLIB_CXXLD=

# Any special flags which are required when creating shared libraries
# containing object files from a C++ compiler. This is usually
# automatically detected by configure, and anything set here will be in
# addition unless SHLIB_CXXLD is given.
# SHLIB_CXXLDFLAGS=
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