autoreconf - Update generated configuration files


   autoreconf [OPTION]... [DIRECTORY]...


   Run  `autoconf'  (and  `autoheader', `aclocal', `automake', `autopoint'
   (formerly `gettextize'), and `libtoolize' where appropriate) repeatedly
   to remake the GNU Build System files in specified DIRECTORIES and their
   subdirectories (defaulting to `.').

   By default, it only remakes those  files  that  are  older  than  their
   sources.   If you install new versions of the GNU Build System, you can
   make `autoreconf' remake all of the files by giving  it  the  `--force'

   Operation modes:
   -h, --help
          print this help, then exit

   -V, --version
          print version number, then exit

   -v, --verbose
          verbosely report processing

   -d, --debug
          don't remove temporary files

   -f, --force
          consider all files obsolete

   -i, --install
          copy missing auxiliary files

          don't rebuild sub-packages

   -s, --symlink
          with -i, install symbolic links instead of copies

   -m, --make
          when applicable, re-run ./configure && make

   -W, --warnings=CATEGORY
          report the warnings falling in CATEGORY [syntax]

   Warning categories include:
          cross compilation issues

   `gnu'  GNU coding standards (default in gnu and gnits modes)

          obsolete features or constructions

          user redefinitions of Automake rules or variables

          portability issues (default in gnu and gnits modes)

          dubious syntactic constructs (default)

          unsupported or incomplete features (default)

   `all'  all the warnings

          turn off warnings in CATEGORY

   `none' turn off all the warnings

          treat warnings as errors

   The  environment  variable  `WARNINGS' is honored.  Some subtools might
   support other warning types, using `all' is encouraged.

   Library directories:
   -B, --prepend-include=DIR
          prepend directory DIR to search path

   -I, --include=DIR
          append directory DIR to search path

   The environment variables  AUTOM4TE,  AUTOCONF,  AUTOHEADER,  AUTOMAKE,


   Written by David J. MacKenzie and Akim Demaille.


   Report bugs to <>.
   GNU Autoconf home page: <>.
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   Copyright       2012   Free   Software   Foundation,   Inc.    License
   GPLv3+/Autoconf:     GNU     GPL      version      3      or      later
   This is free software: you are free  to  change  and  redistribute  it.
   There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.


   autoconf(1),  automake(1), autoreconf(1), autoupdate(1), autoheader(1),
   autoscan(1), config.guess(1), config.sub(1), ifnames(1), libtool(1).

   The full documentation  for  autoreconf  is  maintained  as  a  Texinfo
   manual.   If the info and autoreconf programs are properly installed at
   your site, the command

          info autoreconf

   should give you access to the complete manual.

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