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-@echo off
-rem   ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem   Configuration script for MS Windows 95/98 and NT/2000
-rem   Copyright (C) 1999-2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
-rem   This file is part of GNU Emacs.
-
-rem   GNU Emacs is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-rem   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-rem   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
-rem   any later version.
-
-rem   GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-rem   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-rem   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
-rem   GNU General Public License for more details.
-
-rem   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-rem   along with GNU Emacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the
-rem   Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
-rem   Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
-rem   ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem   YOU'LL NEED THE FOLLOWING UTILITIES TO MAKE EMACS:
-rem
-rem   + MS Windows 95/98 or NT/2000
-rem   + either MSVC 2.x or later, or gcc-2.95 or later (with gmake 3.75
-rem     or later) and the Mingw32 and W32 API headers and libraries
-rem
-rem For reference, here is a list of which builds of gmake are known to
-rem work or not, and whether they work in the presence and/or absence of
-rem sh.exe.
-rem  
-rem                                       sh exists     no sh
-rem  cygwin b20.1 make (3.75):            okay[1]       fails[2]
-rem  MSVC compiled gmake 3.77:            okay          okay
-rem  MSVC compiled gmake 3.78.1:          okay          okay
-rem  MSVC compiled gmake 3.79.1:          okay          okay
-rem  mingw32/gcc-2.92.2 make (3.77):      okay          okay
-rem  cygwin compiled gmake 3.77:          okay[1]       fails[2]
-rem  cygwin compiled gmake 3.78.1:        okay          fails[2]
-rem  cygwin compiled gmake 3.79.1:        couldn't build make[3]
-rem
-rem [1] doesn't cope with makefiles with DOS line endings, so must mount
-rem     emacs source with text!=binary.
-rem [2] fails when needs to invoke shell commands; okay invoking gcc etc.
-rem [3] requires LC_MESSAGES support to build; maybe 2.95.x update to
-rem     cygwin provides this?
-rem
-
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem   See if the environment is large enough.  We need 43 (?) bytes.
-set $foo$=123456789_123456789_123456789_123456789_123
-if not "%$foo$%" == "123456789_123456789_123456789_123456789_123" goto SmallEnv
-set $foo$=
-
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem   Make sure we are running in the nt subdir
-if exist configure.bat goto start
-echo You must run configure from the nt subdirectory.
-goto end
-
-:start
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem   Default settings.
-set prefix=
-set nodebug=N
-set noopt=N
-set nocygwin=N
-set COMPILER=
-set usercflags=
-set userldflags=
-set sep1=
-set sep2=
-
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem   Handle arguments.
-:again
-if "%1" == "-h" goto usage
-if "%1" == "--help" goto usage
-if "%1" == "--prefix" goto setprefix
-if "%1" == "--with-gcc" goto withgcc
-if "%1" == "--with-msvc" goto withmsvc
-if "%1" == "--no-debug" goto nodebug
-if "%1" == "--no-opt" goto noopt
-if "%1" == "--no-cygwin" goto nocygwin
-if "%1" == "--cflags" goto usercflags
-if "%1" == "--ldflags" goto userldflags
-if "%1" == "" goto checkutils
-:usage
-echo Usage: configure [options]
-echo Options:
-echo.   --prefix PREFIX         install Emacs in directory PREFIX
-echo.   --with-gcc              use GCC to compile Emacs
-echo.   --with-msvc             use MSVC to compile Emacs
-echo.   --no-debug              exclude debug info from executables
-echo.   --no-opt                disable optimization
-echo.   --no-cygwin             use -mno-cygwin option with GCC
-echo.   --cflags FLAG           pass FLAG to compiler
-echo.   --ldflags FLAG          pass FLAG to compiler when linking
-goto end
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:setprefix
-shift
-set prefix=%1
-shift
-goto again
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:withgcc
-set COMPILER=gcc
-shift
-goto again
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:withmsvc
-set COMPILER=cl
-shift
-goto again
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:nodebug
-set nodebug=Y
-shift
-goto again
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:noopt
-set noopt=Y
-shift
-goto again
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:nocygwin
-set nocygwin=Y
-shift
-goto again
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:usercflags
-shift
-set usercflags=%usercflags%%sep1%%1
-set sep1= %nothing%
-shift
-goto again
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:userldflags
-shift
-set userldflags=%userldflags%%sep2%%1
-set sep2= %nothing%
-shift
-goto again
-
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem    Check that necessary utilities (cp and rm) are present.
-:checkutils
-echo Checking for 'cp'...
-cp configure.bat junk.bat
-if not exist junk.bat goto needcp
-echo Checking for 'rm'...
-rm junk.bat
-if exist junk.bat goto needrm
-goto checkcompiler
-:needcp
-echo You need 'cp' (the Unix file copy program) to build Emacs.
-goto end
-:needrm
-del junk.bat
-echo You need 'rm' (the Unix file delete program) to build Emacs.
-goto end
-
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem   Auto-detect compiler if not specified, and validate GCC if chosen.
-:checkcompiler
-if (%COMPILER%)==(cl) goto genmakefiles
-if (%COMPILER%)==(gcc) goto checkgcc
-
-echo Checking whether 'cl' is available...
-echo main(){} >junk.c
-cl -nologo -c junk.c
-if exist junk.obj goto clOK
-
-echo Checking whether 'gcc' is available...
-gcc -c junk.c
-if not exist junk.o goto nocompiler
-del junk.o
-
-:checkgcc
-Rem WARNING -- COMMAND.COM on some systems only looks at the first
-Rem            8 characters of a label.  So do NOT be tempted to change
-Rem            chkapi* into something fancier like checkw32api
-Rem You HAVE been warned!
-if (%nocygwin%) == (Y) goto chkapi
-echo Checking whether gcc requires '-mno-cygwin'...
-echo #include "cygwin/version.h" >junk.c
-echo main(){} >>junk.c
-gcc -c junk.c
-if not exist junk.o goto chkapi
-gcc -mno-cygwin -c junk.c
-if exist junk.o set nocygwin=Y
-rm -f junk.c junk.o
-
-:chkapi
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-rem   Older versions of the Windows API headers either don't have any of
-rem   the IMAGE_xxx definitions (the headers that come with Cygwin b20.1
-rem   are like this), or have a typo in the definition of
-rem   IMAGE_FIRST_SECTION (the headers with gcc/mingw32 2.95 have this
-rem   problem).  The gcc/mingw32 2.95.2 headers are okay, as are distros
-rem   of w32api-xxx.zip from Anders Norlander since 1999-11-18 at least.
-rem
-echo Checking whether W32 API headers are too old...
-echo #include "windows.h" >junk.c
-echo test(PIMAGE_NT_HEADERS pHeader) >>junk.c
-echo {PIMAGE_SECTION_HEADER pSection = IMAGE_FIRST_SECTION(pHeader);} >>junk.c
-if (%nocygwin%) == (Y) goto chkapi1
-set cf=%usercflags%
-goto chkapi2
-:chkapi1
-set cf=%usercflags% -mno-cygwin
-:chkapi2
-echo on
-gcc %cf% -c junk.c
-echo off
-set cf=
-if exist junk.o goto gccOk
-
-:nocompiler
-echo.
-echo Configure failed.
-echo To configure Emacs for Windows, you need to have either
-echo gcc-2.95 or later with Mingw32 and the W32 API headers,
-echo or MSVC 2.x or later.
-del junk.c
-goto end
-
-:gccOk
-set COMPILER=gcc
-rm -f junk.c junk.o
-echo Using 'gcc'
-goto genmakefiles
-
-:clOk
-set COMPILER=cl
-rm -f junk.c junk.obj
-echo Using 'MSVC'
-goto genmakefiles
-
-rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-:genmakefiles
-echo Generating makefiles
-if %COMPILER% == gcc set MAKECMD=gmake
-if %COMPILER% == cl set MAKECMD=nmake
-
-rem   Pass on chosen settings to makefiles.
-rem   NB. Be very careful to not have a space before redirection symbols
-rem   except when there is a preceding digit, when a space is required.
-rem
-echo # Start of settings from configure.bat >config.settings
-echo COMPILER=%COMPILER%>>config.settings
-if (%nodebug%) == (Y) echo NODEBUG=1 >>config.settings
-if (%noopt%) == (Y) echo NOOPT=1 >>config.settings
-if (%nocygwin%) == (Y) echo NOCYGWIN=1 >>config.settings
-if not "(%prefix%)" == "()" echo INSTALL_DIR=%prefix%>>config.settings
-if not "(%usercflags%)" == "()" echo USER_CFLAGS=%usercflags%>>config.settings
-if not "(%userldflags%)" == "()" echo USER_LDFLAGS=%userldflags%>>config.settings
-echo # End of settings from configure.bat>>config.settings
-echo. >>config.settings
-
-copy config.nt ..\src\config.h
-if not "(%usercflags%)" == "()" echo #define USER_CFLAGS " %usercflags%">>..\src\config.h
-if not "(%userldflags%)" == "()" echo #define USER_LDFLAGS " %userldflags%">>..\src\config.h
-copy paths.h ..\src\epaths.h
-
-copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\nt\makefile.w32-in ..\nt\makefile
-copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\lib-src\makefile.w32-in ..\lib-src\makefile
-copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\src\makefile.w32-in ..\src\makefile
-if not exist ..\lisp\Makefile.unix rename ..\lisp\Makefile.in Makefile.unix
-if exist ..\lisp\makefile rm -f ../lisp/[Mm]akefile
-copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\lisp\makefile.w32-in ..\lisp\makefile
-rem   Use the default (no-op) Makefile.in if the nt version is not present.
-if exist ..\leim\makefile.w32-in copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\leim\makefile.w32-in ..\leim\makefile
-if not exist ..\leim\makefile.w32-in copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\leim\Makefile.in ..\leim\makefile
-del config.settings
-
-echo.
-echo Emacs successfully configured.
-echo Run `%MAKECMD%' to build, then run `%MAKECMD% install' to install.
-goto end
-
-:SmallEnv
-echo Your environment size is too small.  Please enlarge it and rerun configure.
-echo For example, type "command.com /e:2048" to have 2048 bytes available.
-set $foo$=
-:end
-set prefix=
-set nodebug=
-set noopt=
-set nocygwin=
-set COMPILER=
-set MAKECMD=
-set usercflags=
-set userldflags=
+@echo off
+rem   ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem   Configuration script for MS Windows 95/98 and NT/2000
+rem   Copyright (C) 1999-2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+rem   This file is part of GNU Emacs.
+
+rem   GNU Emacs is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+rem   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+rem   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
+rem   any later version.
+
+rem   GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+rem   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+rem   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
+rem   GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+rem   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+rem   along with GNU Emacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the
+rem   Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
+rem   Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
+rem   ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem   YOU'LL NEED THE FOLLOWING UTILITIES TO MAKE EMACS:
+rem
+rem   + MS Windows 95/98 or NT/2000
+rem   + either MSVC 2.x or later, or gcc-2.95 or later (with gmake 3.75
+rem     or later) and the Mingw32 and W32 API headers and libraries
+rem
+rem For reference, here is a list of which builds of gmake are known to
+rem work or not, and whether they work in the presence and/or absence of
+rem sh.exe.
+rem  
+rem                                       sh exists     no sh
+rem  cygwin b20.1 make (3.75):            okay[1]       fails[2]
+rem  MSVC compiled gmake 3.77:            okay          okay
+rem  MSVC compiled gmake 3.78.1:          okay          okay
+rem  MSVC compiled gmake 3.79.1:          okay          okay
+rem  mingw32/gcc-2.92.2 make (3.77):      okay          okay
+rem  cygwin compiled gmake 3.77:          okay[1]       fails[2]
+rem  cygwin compiled gmake 3.78.1:        okay          fails[2]
+rem  cygwin compiled gmake 3.79.1:        couldn't build make[3]
+rem
+rem [1] doesn't cope with makefiles with DOS line endings, so must mount
+rem     emacs source with text!=binary.
+rem [2] fails when needs to invoke shell commands; okay invoking gcc etc.
+rem [3] requires LC_MESSAGES support to build; maybe 2.95.x update to
+rem     cygwin provides this?
+rem
+
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem   See if the environment is large enough.  We need 43 (?) bytes.
+set $foo$=123456789_123456789_123456789_123456789_123
+if not "%$foo$%" == "123456789_123456789_123456789_123456789_123" goto SmallEnv
+set $foo$=
+
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem   Make sure we are running in the nt subdir
+if exist configure.bat goto start
+echo You must run configure from the nt subdirectory.
+goto end
+
+:start
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem   Default settings.
+set prefix=
+set nodebug=N
+set noopt=N
+set nocygwin=N
+set COMPILER=
+set usercflags=
+set userldflags=
+set sep1=
+set sep2=
+
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem   Handle arguments.
+:again
+if "%1" == "-h" goto usage
+if "%1" == "--help" goto usage
+if "%1" == "--prefix" goto setprefix
+if "%1" == "--with-gcc" goto withgcc
+if "%1" == "--with-msvc" goto withmsvc
+if "%1" == "--no-debug" goto nodebug
+if "%1" == "--no-opt" goto noopt
+if "%1" == "--no-cygwin" goto nocygwin
+if "%1" == "--cflags" goto usercflags
+if "%1" == "--ldflags" goto userldflags
+if "%1" == "" goto checkutils
+:usage
+echo Usage: configure [options]
+echo Options:
+echo.   --prefix PREFIX         install Emacs in directory PREFIX
+echo.   --with-gcc              use GCC to compile Emacs
+echo.   --with-msvc             use MSVC to compile Emacs
+echo.   --no-debug              exclude debug info from executables
+echo.   --no-opt                disable optimization
+echo.   --no-cygwin             use -mno-cygwin option with GCC
+echo.   --cflags FLAG           pass FLAG to compiler
+echo.   --ldflags FLAG          pass FLAG to compiler when linking
+goto end
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:setprefix
+shift
+set prefix=%1
+shift
+goto again
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:withgcc
+set COMPILER=gcc
+shift
+goto again
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:withmsvc
+set COMPILER=cl
+shift
+goto again
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:nodebug
+set nodebug=Y
+shift
+goto again
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:noopt
+set noopt=Y
+shift
+goto again
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:nocygwin
+set nocygwin=Y
+shift
+goto again
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:usercflags
+shift
+set usercflags=%usercflags%%sep1%%1
+set sep1= %nothing%
+shift
+goto again
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:userldflags
+shift
+set userldflags=%userldflags%%sep2%%1
+set sep2= %nothing%
+shift
+goto again
+
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem    Check that necessary utilities (cp and rm) are present.
+:checkutils
+echo Checking for 'cp'...
+cp configure.bat junk.bat
+if not exist junk.bat goto needcp
+echo Checking for 'rm'...
+rm junk.bat
+if exist junk.bat goto needrm
+goto checkcompiler
+:needcp
+echo You need 'cp' (the Unix file copy program) to build Emacs.
+goto end
+:needrm
+del junk.bat
+echo You need 'rm' (the Unix file delete program) to build Emacs.
+goto end
+
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem   Auto-detect compiler if not specified, and validate GCC if chosen.
+:checkcompiler
+if (%COMPILER%)==(cl) goto genmakefiles
+if (%COMPILER%)==(gcc) goto checkgcc
+
+echo Checking whether 'cl' is available...
+echo main(){} >junk.c
+cl -nologo -c junk.c
+if exist junk.obj goto clOK
+
+echo Checking whether 'gcc' is available...
+gcc -c junk.c
+if not exist junk.o goto nocompiler
+del junk.o
+
+:checkgcc
+Rem WARNING -- COMMAND.COM on some systems only looks at the first
+Rem            8 characters of a label.  So do NOT be tempted to change
+Rem            chkapi* into something fancier like checkw32api
+Rem You HAVE been warned!
+if (%nocygwin%) == (Y) goto chkapi
+echo Checking whether gcc requires '-mno-cygwin'...
+echo #include "cygwin/version.h" >junk.c
+echo main(){} >>junk.c
+gcc -c junk.c
+if not exist junk.o goto chkapi
+gcc -mno-cygwin -c junk.c
+if exist junk.o set nocygwin=Y
+rm -f junk.c junk.o
+
+:chkapi
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+rem   Older versions of the Windows API headers either don't have any of
+rem   the IMAGE_xxx definitions (the headers that come with Cygwin b20.1
+rem   are like this), or have a typo in the definition of
+rem   IMAGE_FIRST_SECTION (the headers with gcc/mingw32 2.95 have this
+rem   problem).  The gcc/mingw32 2.95.2 headers are okay, as are distros
+rem   of w32api-xxx.zip from Anders Norlander since 1999-11-18 at least.
+rem
+echo Checking whether W32 API headers are too old...
+echo #include "windows.h" >junk.c
+echo test(PIMAGE_NT_HEADERS pHeader) >>junk.c
+echo {PIMAGE_SECTION_HEADER pSection = IMAGE_FIRST_SECTION(pHeader);} >>junk.c
+if (%nocygwin%) == (Y) goto chkapi1
+set cf=%usercflags%
+goto chkapi2
+:chkapi1
+set cf=%usercflags% -mno-cygwin
+:chkapi2
+echo on
+gcc %cf% -c junk.c
+echo off
+set cf=
+if exist junk.o goto gccOk
+
+:nocompiler
+echo.
+echo Configure failed.
+echo To configure Emacs for Windows, you need to have either
+echo gcc-2.95 or later with Mingw32 and the W32 API headers,
+echo or MSVC 2.x or later.
+del junk.c
+goto end
+
+:gccOk
+set COMPILER=gcc
+rm -f junk.c junk.o
+echo Using 'gcc'
+goto genmakefiles
+
+:clOk
+set COMPILER=cl
+rm -f junk.c junk.obj
+echo Using 'MSVC'
+goto genmakefiles
+
+rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+:genmakefiles
+echo Generating makefiles
+if %COMPILER% == gcc set MAKECMD=gmake
+if %COMPILER% == cl set MAKECMD=nmake
+
+rem   Pass on chosen settings to makefiles.
+rem   NB. Be very careful to not have a space before redirection symbols
+rem   except when there is a preceding digit, when a space is required.
+rem
+echo # Start of settings from configure.bat >config.settings
+echo COMPILER=%COMPILER%>>config.settings
+if (%nodebug%) == (Y) echo NODEBUG=1 >>config.settings
+if (%noopt%) == (Y) echo NOOPT=1 >>config.settings
+if (%nocygwin%) == (Y) echo NOCYGWIN=1 >>config.settings
+if not "(%prefix%)" == "()" echo INSTALL_DIR=%prefix%>>config.settings
+if not "(%usercflags%)" == "()" echo USER_CFLAGS=%usercflags%>>config.settings
+if not "(%userldflags%)" == "()" echo USER_LDFLAGS=%userldflags%>>config.settings
+echo # End of settings from configure.bat>>config.settings
+echo. >>config.settings
+
+copy config.nt ..\src\config.h
+if not "(%usercflags%)" == "()" echo #define USER_CFLAGS " %usercflags%">>..\src\config.h
+if not "(%userldflags%)" == "()" echo #define USER_LDFLAGS " %userldflags%">>..\src\config.h
+copy paths.h ..\src\epaths.h
+
+copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\nt\makefile.w32-in ..\nt\makefile
+copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\lib-src\makefile.w32-in ..\lib-src\makefile
+copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\src\makefile.w32-in ..\src\makefile
+if not exist ..\lisp\Makefile.unix rename ..\lisp\Makefile.in Makefile.unix
+if exist ..\lisp\makefile rm -f ../lisp/[Mm]akefile
+copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\lisp\makefile.w32-in ..\lisp\makefile
+rem   Use the default (no-op) Makefile.in if the nt version is not present.
+if exist ..\leim\makefile.w32-in copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\leim\makefile.w32-in ..\leim\makefile
+if not exist ..\leim\makefile.w32-in copy /b config.settings+%MAKECMD%.defs+..\leim\Makefile.in ..\leim\makefile
+del config.settings
+
+if not exist ..\site-lisp\subdirs.el copy subdirs.el ..\site-lisp\subdirs.el
+
+echo.
+echo Emacs successfully configured.
+echo Run `%MAKECMD%' to build, then run `%MAKECMD% install' to install.
+goto end
+
+:SmallEnv
+echo Your environment size is too small.  Please enlarge it and rerun configure.
+echo For example, type "command.com /e:2048" to have 2048 bytes available.
+set $foo$=
+:end
+set prefix=
+set nodebug=
+set noopt=
+set nocygwin=
+set COMPILER=
+set MAKECMD=
+set usercflags=
+set userldflags=