You can get a list of all? available configure options using ./configure --help - this will print you a nice list.
everything that is --without means it is included by default, everything with --with means you need to declare it, to be included.
pretty cool SpreadSheet! yes, you can disable all under category "enabled by default" with --without and enable all from "disabled by default" with --with. But I'd go with the output from ./configure --help as it seems that the SpreadSheet isn't up-to-date.