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+For documentation, browse index.html.
+
+Quick install guide:
+
+1. Type './configure'
+2. Type 'make install'
+
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-# Giving --cache-file=/dev/null disables caching, for debugging configure.
-# config.status only pays attention to the cache file if you give it the
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+#End Of Frequently Changed Settings
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-test -z "$INSTALL_PROGRAM" && INSTALL_PROGRAM='${INSTALL}'
-
-test -z "$INSTALL_SCRIPT" && INSTALL_SCRIPT='${INSTALL_PROGRAM}'
+#(You may, however, need to work on the shared link command
+#detector below if your operating system is not successfully
+#accommodated; surprisingly, I am not perfect)
+
+for ($i = 0; ($i < int(@ARGV)); $i++) {
+	if ($a eq "--prefix") {
+		if ($ARGV[$i + 1] eq "") {
+			die "No directory specified for --prefix\n";
+		} else {
+			$installPrefix = $ARGV[$i + 1];
+			$i++;
+		}
+	} else {
+		die "Usage: ./configure [--prefix /usr|/usr/local|et cetera]\n";
+	}
+}
+
+print "gd configuration program\n";
+print "TBB 10/21/02\n\n";
+
+$os = `uname`;
+
+if (!&testCompiler) {
+	die "C compiler not found! Change the \$compiler setting at the top of the\n'configure' script and run configure again.\n";
+}
+
+#If we don't know, we try the elegant Linux way
+
+if ($os =~ /^(linux|irix|tru64|ultrix|openbsd|netbsd)/i) {
+	$sharedLinkHead = "ld -shared";
+	$sharedLinkTail = "";
+	print "Found OS with linux-like shared library link command\n";
+} elsif ($os =~ /^(sunos)/i) {
+	$sharedLinkHead = "ld -G";
+	$sharedLinkTail = "-ldl";
+	print "Found OS with sunos-like shared library link command\n";
+} elsif ($os =~ /^(darwin)/i) {
+	$sharedLinkHead = "ld -dynamic -flat_namespace -undefined suppress";
+	$sharedLinkTail = "";
+	print "Found MacOS X, using appropriate shared library link command\n";
+} else {
+	$sharedLinkHead = "ld -shared";
+	$sharedLinkTail = "";
+	print "Unknown OS $os, trying linux-like shared library link command\n";
+}
+
+print "Shared library link command: $sharedLinkHead $sharedLinkTail\n";
+	
+if (&testLibrary("png", "png_create_read_struct (0, 0, 0, 0)", "-lz")) {
+	push @options, "png";
+	push @options, "z";
+	print "png library found.\n";
+} else {
+	print "Warning: png and/or zlib library not found, png will not be supported.\n";
+}
+
+if (&testLibrary("jpeg", "jpeg_set_defaults (0)")) {
+	push @options, "jpeg";
+	print "jpeg library found.\n";
+} else {
+	print "Warning: jpeg library not found, jpeg will not be supported.\n";
+}
+
+if (&testLibrary("freetype", "FT_Init_FreeType(0)")) {
+	push @options, "freetype";
+	print "freetype 2.x library found.\n";
+} else {
+	print "Warning: freetype 2.x library not found, freetype will not be supported.\n";
+}
+
+if (&testLibrary("xpm", "XpmReadFileToXpmImage(0, 0, 0)")) {
+	push @options, "xpm";
+	print "xpm library found.\n";
+} else {
+	print "xpm library not found. That's OK. Almost no one needs xpm in gd.\n";
+}
+
+print "Optional libraries found: @options\n";
+
+for $o (@options) {
+	$oflags .= " -DHAVE_LIB" . uc($o);
+	$lflags .= " -l$o";
+}
+
+open(OUT, ">Makefile");
+print OUT <<EOM
+
+#Command for building a shared library. This varies depending on the OS.
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+
+MAJOR_VERSION=2
+VERSION=2.0.2
+
+COMPILER=$compiler
+
+CC=\$(COMPILER) \$(INCLUDEDIRS)
+LINK=\$(CC) \$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+PROGRAMS=\$(BIN_PROGRAMS) \$(TEST_PROGRAMS)
+
+BIN_PROGRAMS=pngtogd pngtogd2 gdtopng gd2topng gd2copypal gdparttopng webpng
+TEST_PROGRAMS=gdtest gddemo gd2time gdtestft testac
+
+default: instructions
+
+instructions:
+	\@echo Edit this Makefile if you wish. The configure script makes
+	\@echo reasonable guesses, but as of this writing \\(2.0.2\\) has not
+	\@echo been field-tested on a lot of systems.
+	\@echo
+	\@echo Second, type \\'make install\\' as root.
+	\@echo
+	\@echo This installs the GD \${VERSION} shared library,
+	\@echo which is required in order to use the included
+	\@echo utility programs, and also includes the utility
+	\@echo programs such as webpng, pngtogd, etc.
+	\@echo 
+	\@echo OPTIONAL third step: type \\'make test\\' to build 
+	\@echo the optional test programs. Type \\'make install\\' FIRST.
+	\@echo
+	\@echo IF SHARED LIBRARIES WON\\'T WORK FOR YOU: 
+	\@echo Type \\'make libgd.a\\' to produce a static library,
+	\@echo which you can install manually in /usr/lib.
+
+test: \$(TEST_PROGRAMS)
+
+install: libgd.so.\${VERSION} \$(BIN_PROGRAMS)
+	sh ./install-item 755 pngtogd \$(INSTALL_BIN)/pngtogd
+	sh ./install-item 755 pngtogd2 \$(INSTALL_BIN)/pngtogd2
+	sh ./install-item 755 gdtopng \$(INSTALL_BIN)/gdtopng
+	sh ./install-item 755 gd2topng \$(INSTALL_BIN)/gd2topng
+	sh ./install-item 755 gd2copypal \$(INSTALL_BIN)/gd2copypal
+	sh ./install-item 755 gdparttopng \$(INSTALL_BIN)/gdparttopng
+	sh ./install-item 755 webpng \$(INSTALL_BIN)/webpng
+	sh ./install-item 755 bdftogd \$(INSTALL_BIN)/bdftogd
+	sh ./install-item 644 gd.h \$(INSTALL_INCLUDE)/gd.h
+	sh ./install-item 644 gdcache.h \$(INSTALL_INCLUDE)/gdcache.h
+	sh ./install-item 644 gd_io.h \$(INSTALL_INCLUDE)/gd_io.h
+	sh ./install-item 644 gdfontg.h \$(INSTALL_INCLUDE)/gdfontg.h
+	sh ./install-item 644 gdfontl.h \$(INSTALL_INCLUDE)/gdfontl.h
+	sh ./install-item 644 gdfontmb.h \$(INSTALL_INCLUDE)/gdfontmb.h
+	sh ./install-item 644 gdfonts.h \$(INSTALL_INCLUDE)/gdfonts.h
+	sh ./install-item 644 gdfontt.h \$(INSTALL_INCLUDE)/gdfontt.h
+
+gddemo: gddemo.o
+	\$(CC) gddemo.o -o gddemo	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+testac: testac.o
+	\$(CC) testac.o -o testac	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+pngtogd: pngtogd.o
+	\$(CC) pngtogd.o -o pngtogd	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS) 
+
+webpng: webpng.o
+	\$(CC) webpng.o -o webpng	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+pngtogd2: pngtogd2.o
+	\$(CC) pngtogd2.o -o pngtogd2	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+gdtopng: gdtopng.o
+	\$(CC) gdtopng.o -o gdtopng	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+gd2topng: gd2topng.o
+	\$(CC) gd2topng.o -o gd2topng	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+gd2copypal: gd2copypal.o
+	\$(CC) gd2copypal.o -o gd2copypal	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+gdparttopng: gdparttopng.o
+	\$(CC) gdparttopng.o -o gdparttopng	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+gdtest: gdtest.o
+	\$(CC) gdtest.o -o gdtest	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+gd2time: gd2time.o
+	\$(CC) gd2time.o -o gd2time	\$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+gdtestft: gdtestft.o
+	\$(CC) --verbose gdtestft.o -o gdtestft \$(LIBDIRS) \$(LIBS)
+
+LIBOBJS=gd.o gd_gd.o gd_gd2.o gd_io.o gd_io_dp.o \\
+		gd_io_file.o gd_ss.o gd_io_ss.o gd_png.o gd_jpeg.o gdxpm.o \\
+		gdfontt.o gdfonts.o gdfontmb.o gdfontl.o gdfontg.o \\
+		gdtables.o gdft.o gdcache.o gdkanji.o wbmp.o \\
+		gd_wbmp.o gdhelpers.o gd_topal.o 
+
+#Shared library. This should work fine on any ELF platform (Linux, etc.) with
+#GNU ld or something similarly intelligent. To avoid the chicken-and-egg
+#problem, this target also installs the library so that applications can
+#actually find it.
+
+libgd.so.\${VERSION}: \${LIBOBJS}
+	-rm -f libgd.so.\${VERSION} 2>/dev/null
+	\${LINK_SHARED_HEAD} -o libgd.so.\${VERSION} \${LIBOBJS} ${LINK_SHARED_TAIL}
+	sh ./install-item 644 libgd.so.\${VERSION} \\
+		\$(INSTALL_LIB)/libgd.so.\${VERSION}
+	-rm \$(INSTALL_LIB)/libgd.so.\${MAJOR_VERSION} 2>/dev/null
+	ln -s \$(INSTALL_LIB)/libgd.so.\${VERSION} \\
+		\$(INSTALL_LIB)/libgd.so.\${MAJOR_VERSION}	
+	-rm \$(INSTALL_LIB)/libgd.so 2>/dev/null
+	ln -s \$(INSTALL_LIB)/libgd.so.\${VERSION} \\
+		\$(INSTALL_LIB)/libgd.so	
+
+#Static library, if you really need one for some reason.
+libgd.a: \${LIBOBJS}
+	rm -f libgd.a
+	\$(AR) rc libgd.a \${LIBOBJS}
+	-ranlib libgd.a
+
+clean:
+	rm -f *.o *.a *.so *.so.* \${PROGRAMS} test/gdtest.jpg test/gdtest.wbmp test/fttest.png test/fttest.jpg
+EOM
+;