Move to using a prefixed config.h .
This library has consumers that build against its installed version. For that, and for the other general problems that including config.h in public headers causes, just make config.h be prefixed so it is "unique" and install that one. It was either this, or hack the headers once again with some foo like that). But let's not do that now... the headers need a reorg before something like that happens.
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