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# Line 14  options can be selected in both Unix-lik Line 14  options can be selected in both Unix-lik
14  the GUI facility of \fBcmake-gui\fP if you are using \fBCMake\fP instead of  the GUI facility of \fBcmake-gui\fP if you are using \fBCMake\fP instead of
15  \fBconfigure\fP to build PCRE.  \fBconfigure\fP to build PCRE.
16  .P  .P
17  There is a lot more information about building PCRE without using  There is a lot more information about building PCRE without using
18  \fBconfigure\fP (including information about using \fBCMake\fP or building "by  \fBconfigure\fP (including information about using \fBCMake\fP or building "by
19  hand") in the file called \fINON-AUTOTOOLS-BUILD\fP, which is part of the PCRE  hand") in the file called \fINON-AUTOTOOLS-BUILD\fP, which is part of the PCRE
20  distribution. You should consult this file as well as the \fIREADME\fP file if  distribution. You should consult this file as well as the \fIREADME\fP file if
21  you are building in a non-Unix-like environment.  you are building in a non-Unix-like environment.
# Line 346  to the \fBconfigure\fP command. This set Line 346  to the \fBconfigure\fP command. This set
346  an EBCDIC environment (for example, an IBM mainframe operating system). The  an EBCDIC environment (for example, an IBM mainframe operating system). The
347  --enable-ebcdic option is incompatible with --enable-utf.  --enable-ebcdic option is incompatible with --enable-utf.
348  .P  .P
349  The EBCDIC character that corresponds to an ASCII LF is assumed to have the  The EBCDIC character that corresponds to an ASCII LF is assumed to have the
350  value 0x15 by default. However, in some EBCDIC environments, 0x25 is used. In  value 0x15 by default. However, in some EBCDIC environments, 0x25 is used. In
351  such an environment you should use  such an environment you should use
352  .sp  .sp
353    --enable-ebcdic-nl25    --enable-ebcdic-nl25
354  .sp  .sp
355  as well as, or instead of, --enable-ebcdic. The EBCDIC character for CR has the  as well as, or instead of, --enable-ebcdic. The EBCDIC character for CR has the
356  same value as in ASCII, namely, 0x0d. Whichever of 0x15 and 0x25 is \fInot\fP  same value as in ASCII, namely, 0x0d. Whichever of 0x15 and 0x25 is \fInot\fP
357  chosen as LF is made to correspond to the Unicode NEL character (which, in  chosen as LF is made to correspond to the Unicode NEL character (which, in
358  Unicode, is 0x85).  Unicode, is 0x85).
359  .P  .P
360  The options that select newline behaviour, such as --enable-newline-is-cr,  The options that select newline behaviour, such as --enable-newline-is-cr,
361  and equivalent run-time options, refer to these character values in an EBCDIC  and equivalent run-time options, refer to these character values in an EBCDIC
362  environment.  environment.
363  .  .
# Line 447  code coverage report for its test suite. Line 447  code coverage report for its test suite.
447  .sp  .sp
448    --enable-coverage    --enable-coverage
449  .sp  .sp
450  to the \fBconfigure\fP command and build PCRE in the usual way.  to the \fBconfigure\fP command and build PCRE in the usual way.
451  .P  .P
452  Note that using \fBccache\fP (a caching C compiler) is incompatible with code  Note that using \fBccache\fP (a caching C compiler) is incompatible with code
453  coverage reporting. If you have configured \fBccache\fP to run automatically  coverage reporting. If you have configured \fBccache\fP to run automatically
# Line 471  then "make coverage-report". Line 471  then "make coverage-report".
471  This zeroes the coverage counters, but does nothing else.  This zeroes the coverage counters, but does nothing else.
472  .sp  .sp
473    make coverage-baseline    make coverage-baseline
474  .sp  .sp
475  This captures baseline coverage information.  This captures baseline coverage information.
476  .sp  .sp
477    make coverage-report    make coverage-report
# Line 490  created at compile time (*.gcno). Line 490  created at compile time (*.gcno).
490  .sp  .sp
491    make coverage-clean    make coverage-clean
492  .sp  .sp
493  This cleans all coverage data including the generated coverage report. For more  This cleans all coverage data including the generated coverage report. For more
494  information about code coverage, see the \fBgcov\fP and \fBlcov\fP  information about code coverage, see the \fBgcov\fP and \fBlcov\fP
495  documentation.  documentation.
496  .  .
497  .  .
498  .SH "SEE ALSO"  .SH "SEE ALSO"

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