sc-config(1) script to get information about the installed version of SC

SYNOPSIS

sc-config [--prefix[=DIR] ] [--exec-prefix[=DIR] ] [--version] [--libs] [--cppflags] [--cc] [--cflags] [--cxx] [--cxxflags] [--f77] [--f77flags]

DESCRIPTION

The sc-config program can be used to obtain the compilers, compiler options and libraries needed to use the SC (Scientific Computing) toolkit from your program.

OPTIONS

The sc-config program returns information about how SC was compiled and installed. The following information is available:

--prefix
The directory where SC is installed.
--version
The version of SC.
--libdir
The directory were the libraries are found.
--libs
The libraries and library paths needed to link.
--cppflags
The include directories needed to build.
--cc
The C compiler.
--cflags
The C compiler flags.
--cxx
The C++ compiler.
--cxxflags
The C++ compiler flags.
--f77
The FORTRAN 77 compiler.
--f77flags
The FORTRAN 77 compiler flags.

EXAMPLES

To use the sc-config program to link your executable to SC, use a Makefile for GNU make similar to the following:

SCCONFIG = /usr/bin/sc-config
CXX := $(shell $(SCCONFIG) --cxx)
CXXFLAGS := $(shell $(SCCONFIG) --cxxflags)
CPPFLAGS := $(shell $(SCCONFIG) --cppflags)
LIBS := $(shell $(SCCONFIG) --libs)

myprog: myprog.o
$(CXX) $(CXXFLAGS) -o [email protected] $^ $(LIBS)