Commit 1ff8a4e9 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Grammar fixes

parent e69b0960
...@@ -319,17 +319,17 @@ systems which support that. ...@@ -319,17 +319,17 @@ systems which support that.
Use --without-sound to disable sound support. Use --without-sound to disable sound support.
Use --disable-features if you want to build small executable with Use --disable-features if you want to build a small executable with
the minimal dependencies from an external libraries, at the cost the minimal dependencies on external libraries, at the cost
of disabling most of the features which are enabled by default. of disabling most of the features that are normally enabled by default.
Using --disable-features is equivalent to --without-sound --without-dbus Using --disable-features is equivalent to: --without-sound --without-dbus
--without-libotf --without-selinux --without-xft --without-gsettings --without-libotf --without-selinux --without-xft --without-gsettings
--without-gnutls --without-rsvg --without-xml2 --without-gconf --without-gnutls --without-rsvg --without-xml2 --without-gconf
--without-imagemagick --without-m17n-flt --without-jpeg --without-tiff --without-imagemagick --without-m17n-flt --without-jpeg --without-tiff
--without-gif --without-png --without-gpm. Note that --disable-features --without-gif --without-png --without-gpm. Note that --disable-features
leaves X support enabled, and using GTK2 or GTK3 toolkit creates a lot leaves X support enabled, and using the GTK2 or GTK3 toolkit creates a lot
of library dependencies. So if you want to build small executable with of library dependencies. So if you want to build a small executable with
the very basic X support, use --disable-features --with-x-toolkit=no. very basic X support, use --disable-features --with-x-toolkit=no.
For the smallest possible executable without X, use --disable-features For the smallest possible executable without X, use --disable-features
--without-x. --without-x.
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