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PG_CONFIG(1)       PostgreSQL Client Applications       PG_CONFIG(1)



NAME
       pg_config  - retrieve information about the installed version
       of PostgreSQL


SYNOPSIS
       pg_config [ option... ]

DESCRIPTION
       The pg_config utility prints configuration parameters of  the
       currently  installed  version  of PostgreSQL. It is intended,
       for example, to be used by software  packages  that  want  to
       interface  to  PostgreSQL  to facilitate finding the required
       header files and libraries.

OPTIONS
       To use  pg_config,  supply  one  or  more  of  the  following
       options:

       --bindir
              Print  the location of user executables. Use this, for
              example, to find the psql program.  This  is  normally
              also the location where the pg_config program resides.

       --docdir
              Print the location of documentation files.

       --htmldir
              Print the location of HTML documentation files.

       --includedir
              Print  the  location  of  C header files of the client
              interfaces.

       --pkgincludedir
              Print the location of other C header files.

       --includedir-server
              Print the location of C header files for  server  pro‐
              gramming.

       --libdir
              Print the location of object code libraries.

       --pkglibdir
              Print the location of dynamically loadable modules, or
              where the server would search for them. (Other  archi‐
              tecture-dependent  data  files might also be installed
              in this directory.)

       --localedir
              Print the location of locale support files. (This will
              be  an  empty string if locale support was not config‐
              ured when PostgreSQL was built.)

       --mandir
              Print the location of manual pages.

       --sharedir
              Print the location of architecture-independent support
              files.

       --sysconfdir
              Print the location of system-wide configuration files.

       --pgxs Print the location of extension makefiles.

       --configure
              Print  the  options  that  were given to the configure
              script when PostgreSQL was  configured  for  building.
              This can be used to reproduce the identical configura‐
              tion, or to find out with what options a binary  pack‐
              age  was  built.  (Note  however  that binary packages
              often contain  vendor-specific  custom  patches.)  See
              also the examples below.

       --cc   Print  the  value of the CC variable that was used for
              building PostgreSQL. This shows the C compiler used.

       --cppflags
              Print the value of the CPPFLAGS variable that was used
              for   building   PostgreSQL.  This  shows  C  compiler
              switches needed at preprocessing time  (typically,  -I
              switches).

       --cflags
              Print  the  value of the CFLAGS variable that was used
              for  building  PostgreSQL.  This  shows   C   compiler
              switches.

       --cflags_sl
              Print  the  value  of  the CFLAGS_SL variable that was
              used for building PostgreSQL. This shows extra C  com‐
              piler switches used for building shared libraries.

       --ldflags
              Print  the value of the LDFLAGS variable that was used
              for building PostgreSQL. This shows linker switches.

       --ldflags_sl
              Print the value of the LDFLAGS_SL  variable  that  was
              used   for  building  PostgreSQL.  This  shows  linker
              switches used for building shared libraries.

       --libs Print the value of the LIBS variable that was used for
              building   PostgreSQL.   This   normally  contains  -l
              switches for  external  libraries  linked  into  Post‐
              greSQL.

       --version
              Print the version of PostgreSQL.

       If  more than one option is given, the information is printed
       in that order, one item per line. If no  options  are  given,
       all available information is printed, with labels.

NOTES
       The  option --includedir-server was new in PostgreSQL 7.2. In
       prior releases, the server include files  were  installed  in
       the  same  location  as  the  client  headers, which could be
       queried with the option --includedir. To  make  your  package
       handle  both  cases,  try the newer option first and test the
       exit status to see whether it succeeded.

       The options --docdir, --pkgincludedir, --localedir, --mandir,
       --sharedir,   --sysconfdir,   --cc,   --cppflags,   --cflags,
       --cflags_sl, --ldflags, --ldflags_sl, and --libs are  new  in
       PostgreSQL  8.1.   The  option --htmldir is new in PostgreSQL
       8.4.

       In releases prior to PostgreSQL 7.1, before pg_config came to
       be,  a method for finding the equivalent configuration infor‐
       mation did not exist.

EXAMPLE
       To reproduce the build configuration  of  the  current  Post‐
       greSQL installation, run the following command:

       eval ./configure `pg_config --configure`

       The  output of pg_config --configure contains shell quotation
       marks so arguments with  spaces  are  represented  correctly.
       Therefore, using eval is required for proper results.



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