The `--with-scrollbars=TYPE' option allows you to specify which X
toolkit you wish to use for the scrollbars. The valid options are
-`lucid', `motif', `athena' and `none'. The default is `lucid' which
-is a Motif-lookalike scrollbar. If `none' is specified then support
-for scrollbars will not be compiled in.
+`lucid', `motif', `athena', `athena3d', and `none'. The default is
+`lucid' which is a Motif-lookalike scrollbar. If `none' is specified
+then support for scrollbars will not be compiled in.
The `--with-dialogs=TYPE' option allows you to specify which X toolkit
you wish to use for the scrollbars. The valid options are `athena',
The `--puresize' option can be used to change the amount of purespace
-allocated for the dumped XEmacs.
+allocated for the dumped XEmacs. As of XEmacs 20.1 usage of this
+parameter is deprecated and, in fact, ignored.
The `--with-sound=TYPE' option specifies that XEmacs should be built
with sound support. Native (`--with-sound=native') sound support is
configure tests to be displayed. `--extra-verbose' also displays the
output of any compiler invocations done by configure.
+The `--with-wnn' and `--with-wnn6' options are for compiling with the
+Wnn multi-language input method. `--with-wnn' is for compiling
+against Wnn-4.2 the free version of WNN. This is beta level code.
+`--with-wnn6' is for compiling against WNN6 the commercial version of
+WNN. This is alpha level code and very lightly tested at present.
+The `--wnn-includes=DIR' and `wnn-libraries=DIR' options are provided
+for specifying information about where to find WNN include directories
+and WNN libraries. Currently you need to specify wnn-includes in most
+installations of Wnn-4.2.
`configure' doesn't do any compilation or installation
itself. It just creates the files that influence those things:
`./Makefile', `src/Makefile', `lwlib/Makefile', `lib-src/Makefile',