Commit 7bddb120 authored by Michael Albinus's avatar Michael Albinus

* INSTALL (DETAILED BUILDING AND INSTALLATION): Add

--without-file-notification to --without-all.
parent b69c2ea7
2013-07-29 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
* INSTALL (DETAILED BUILDING AND INSTALLATION): Add
--without-file-notification to --without-all.
2013-07-29 Xue Fuqiao <xfq.free@gmail.com>
* INSTALL: Fix description.
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......@@ -323,14 +323,15 @@ equivalent to --without-sound --without-dbus --without-libotf
--without-selinux --without-xft --without-gsettings --without-gnutls
--without-rsvg --without-xml2 --without-gconf --without-imagemagick
--without-m17n-flt --without-jpeg --without-tiff --without-gif
--without-png --without-gpm. Note that --without-all leaves X support
enabled, and using the GTK2 or GTK3 toolkit creates a lot of library
dependencies. So if you want to build a small executable with very basic
X support, use --without-all --with-x-toolkit=no. For the smallest possible
executable without X, use --without-all --without-x. If you want to build
with just a few features enabled, you can combine --without-all with
--with-FEATURE. For example, you can use --without-all --with-dbus
to build with DBus support and nothing more.
--without-png --without-gpm --without-file-notification. Note that
--without-all leaves X support enabled, and using the GTK2 or GTK3
toolkit creates a lot of library dependencies. So if you want to
build a small executable with very basic X support, use --without-all
--with-x-toolkit=no. For the smallest possible executable without X,
use --without-all --without-x. If you want to build with just a few
features enabled, you can combine --without-all with --with-FEATURE.
For example, you can use --without-all --with-dbus to build with DBus
support and nothing more.
Use --with-wide-int to implement Emacs values with the type 'long long',
even on hosts where a narrower type would do. With this option, on a
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