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kccmp - kernel configuration comparison

kccmp is a simple tool for comparing two linux kernel ".config" files.

It has the following features:
1) Displays the configuration variables with different values. 2) Displays the configuration variables and values which are found in only one of the compared files.

% kccmp /path/to/first/.config /path/to/second/.config
% kccmp /usr/src/linux/.config /usr/src/linux/.config.old

kccmp depends on Qt 3.x. It uses qmake for generating a standard Makefile.
The standard build is as easy as:
% qmake
% make

To build with Qt 4 support uncomment the #DEFINES line in This will also require that you have libboost_regex. The Qt 4 build assumes that libboost_regex.a/so is in your compiler's library path and the Boost headers are in the include path.
Salem Ganzhorn <>

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