AX_PKG_SWIG([major.minor.micro], [action-if-found], [action-if-not-found])
This macro searches for a SWIG installation on your system. If found, then SWIG is AC_SUBST’d; if not found, then $SWIG is empty. If SWIG is found, then SWIG_LIB is set to the SWIG library path, and AC_SUBST’d.
You can use the optional first argument to check if the version of the available SWIG is greater than or equal to the value of the argument. It should have the format: N[.N[.N]] (N is a number between 0 and 999. Only the first N is mandatory.) If the version argument is given (e.g. 1.3.17), AX_PKG_SWIG checks that the swig package is this version number or higher.
As usual, action-if-found is executed if SWIG is found, otherwise action-if-not-found is executed.
In configure.in, use as:
AX_PKG_SWIG(1.3.17, , [ AC_MSG_ERROR([SWIG is required to build..]) ]) AX_SWIG_ENABLE_CXX AX_SWIG_MULTI_MODULE_SUPPORT AX_SWIG_PYTHON
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