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Mention CPP.

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 directories for some header files, or link against optional
 libraries, or use special compilation options.  You can force
 `configure' and the build process which follows it to do that by
-setting the variables CPPFLAGS, CFLAGS, LDFLAGS, LIBS, and CC before
-running `configure'.  CPPFLAGS lists the options passed to the
-preprocessor, CFLAGS are compilation options, LDFLAGS are options used
-when linking, LIBS are libraries to link against, and CC is the
-command which invokes the compiler.
+setting the variables CPPFLGS, CFLAGS, LDFLAGS, LIBS, CPP and CC before
+running `configure'.  CPP is the command which invokes the
+preprocessor, CPPFLAGS lists the options passed to it, CFLAGS are
+compilation options, LDFLAGS are options used when linking, LIBS are
+libraries to link against, and CC is the command which invokes the
+compiler.
 
 Here's an example of a `configure' invocation, assuming a Bourne-like
 shell such as Bash, which uses these variables:
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