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GNU pyconfigure
Configure and install Python software the GNU way

GNU pyconfigure makes it easy for Python developers to offer their users the familiar and standard GNU process for configuring and installing their software:

   $ ./configure
   $ make install

GNU pyconfigure can wrap the functionality of an existing Python distutils script, making it easy to integrate with existing packages. It also offers a set of robust Autoconf macros for building powerful and flexible configure scripts.


user manual

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Only applies to the Autoconf macros provided in the src/m4/python.m4 file
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The remaining files under the src/ directory are provided under this license.

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Brandon Invergo Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

Required to buildAutoconf

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 April 2014.


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