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To help newly registered users get more familiar with the wiki (and maybe older users too) there is now a {{Welcome to the wiki}} template. Have a look at it and feel free to add it to new users discussion pages (and perhaps your own).

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=== Advanced options ===
* Build a release version using '''-b Release''' option
* Build a debug version for more complete bug reporting using '''-b RelWithDebInfo''' option (default)
* Build a full debug version for very complete bug reporting using '''-b Debug''' option
* Skip download of distro packages using '''-p n''' option
* Skip compilation of programs using '''-c n''' option
* Skip retrieving software updates using '''-d n''' option
* Skip reconfigure (make clean) using '''-r n''' option
For example, if you are * Build a developer and wish release version: <code>-b Release</code>* Build a version that should run as fast as a release build, yet has debug information that can be used to quickly recompile and reinstall only your own modifications for FlightGear do thispost backtraces:<code>-b RelWithDebInfo</code> (this is the default)* Build a full debug version for very complete bug reporting: <precode>-b Debug</code>* Skip download of distro packages (i./download_and_compilee.sh , by default: <tt>apt-get install ...</tt>): <code>-p n </code>* Skip retrieving of software updates (i.e., by default: <tt>apt-get update</tt>): <code>-d n </code>* Skip the configure step (like running [https://cmake.org/ CMake] or [https://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/ autoconf]'s <tt>./configure</tt>): <code>-r n FGFS</code>* Skip compilation of programs: <code>-c n</precode>.
For example, if you are a developer and wish to quickly recompile and reinstall only your own modifications for FlightGear, you can do this : ./download_and_compile.sh -p n -d n -r n FGFS Note that this is the same as: ./download_and_compile.sh -pn -dn -rn FGFS This command will only recompile modifications rebuild modified files and reinstall themFlightGear. Note that depending on the kind of changes you made, reconfiguring and thus dropping the <code>-d n</code> option may be necessary, though (this is the case in particular if you added or removed C++ files).
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