Commit 2040f53b authored by Simon McVittie's avatar Simon McVittie
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Drop outdated list of options from README, mention configure --help instead

parent bca24274
......@@ -74,31 +74,8 @@ program with our without additional configuration flags.
Configuration flags
When using autools the dbus-specific configuration flags that can be given to
the ./configure program are these
--enable-tests enable unit test code
--enable-verbose-mode support verbose debug mode
--enable-asserts include assertion checks
--enable-checks include sanity checks on public API
--enable-xml-docs build XML documentation (requires xmlto)
--enable-doxygen-docs build DOXYGEN documentation (requires Doxygen)
--enable-compiler-coverage compile with coverage profiling instrumentation (gcc only)
--enable-abstract-sockets use abstract socket namespace (linux only)
--enable-selinux build with SELinux support
--enable-dnotify build with dnotify support (linux only)
--enable-kqueue build with kqueue support (*BSD only)
--with-xml=libxml/expat XML library to use
--with-init-scripts=redhat Style of init scripts to install
--with-session-socket-dir=dirname Where to put sockets for the per-login-session message bus
--with-test-socket-dir=dirname Where to put sockets for make check
--with-system-pid-file=pidfile PID file for systemwide daemon
--with-system-socket=filename UNIX domain socket for systemwide daemon
--with-console-auth-dir=dirname directory to check for console ownerhip
--with-dbus-user=<user> User for running the DBUS daemon (messagebus)
--with-gnu-ld assume the C compiler uses GNU ld [default=no]
--with-tags[=TAGS] include additional configurations [automatic]
--with-x use the X Window System
When using autotools, run "./configure --help" to see the possible
configuration options and environment variables.
When using the cmake build system the dbus-specific configuration flags that can be given
to the cmake program are these (use -D<key>=<value> on command line)
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