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+# Makefile for Vim on Unix and Unix-like systems	vim:ts=8:sw=8:tw=78
+#
+# This Makefile is loosely based on the GNU Makefile conventions found in
+# standards.info.
+#
+# Compiling Vim, summary:
+#
+#	3. make
+#	5. make install
+#
+# Compiling Vim, details:
+#
+# Edit this file for adjusting to your system. You should not need to edit any
+# other file for machine specific things!
+# The name of this file MUST be Makefile (note the uppercase 'M').
+#
+# 1. Edit this Makefile  {{{1
+#	The defaults for Vim should work on most machines, but you may want to
+#	uncomment some lines or make other changes below to tune it to your
+#	system, compiler or preferences.  Uncommenting means that the '#' in
+#	the first column of a line is removed.
+#	- If you want a version of Vim that is small and starts up quickly,
+#	  you might want to disable the GUI, X11, Perl, Python and Tcl.
+#	- Uncomment the line with --disable-gui if you have Motif, GTK and/or
+#	  Athena but don't want to make gvim (the GUI version of Vim with nice
+#	  menus and scrollbars, but makes Vim bigger and startup slower).
+#	- Uncomment --disable-darwin if on Mac OS X but you want to compile a
+#	  Unix version.
+#	- Uncomment the line "CONF_OPT_X = --without-x" if you have X11 but
+#	  want to disable using X11 libraries.	This speeds up starting Vim,
+#	  but the window title will not be set and the X11 selection can not
+#	  used.
+#	- Uncomment the line "CONF_OPT_XSMP = --without-xsmp" if you have the
+#	  X11 Session Management Protocol (XSMP) library (libSM) but do not
+#	  want to use it.
+#	  This can speedup Vim startup but Vim loses the ability to catch the
+#	  user logging out from session-managers like GNOME & KDE and work
+#	  could be lost.
+#	- Uncomment one or more of these lines to include an interface;
+#	  each makes Vim quite a bit bigger:
+#		--enable-perlinterp	for Perl interpreter
+#		--enable-pythoninterp	for Python interpreter
+#		--enable-rubyinterp	for Ruby interpreter
+#		--enable-tclinterp	for Tcl interpreter
+#		--enable-cscope		for Cscope interface
+#	- Uncomment one of the lines with --with-features= to enable a set of
+#	  features (but not the interfaces just mentioned).
+#	- Uncomment the line with --disable-acl to disable ACL support even
+#	  though your system supports it.
+#	- Uncomment the line with --disable-gpm to disable gpm support
+#	  even though you have gpm libraries and includes
+#	- Uncomment one of the lines with CFLAGS and/or CC if you have
+#	  something very special or want to tune the optimizer.
+#	- Search for the name of your system to see if it needs anything
+#	  special.
+#	- A few versions of make use '.include "file"' instead of 'include
+#	  file'.  Adjust the include line below if yours does.
+#
+# 2. Edit feature.h  {{{1
+#	Only if you do not agree with the default compile features, e.g.:
+#	- you want Vim to be as vi compatible as it can be
+#	- you want to use Emacs tags files
+#	- you want right-to-left editing (Hebrew)
+#	- you want 'langmap' support (Greek)
+#	- you want to remove features to make Vim smaller
+#
+# 3. "make"  {{{1
+#	Will first run ./configure with the options in this file. Then it will
+#	start make again on this Makefile to do the compiling. You can also do
+#	this in two steps with:
+#		make config
+#		make
+#	The configuration phase creates/overwrites auto/config.h and
+#	auto/config.mk.
+#	The configure script is created with "make autoconf".  It can detect
+#	different features of your system and act accordingly.  However, it is
+#	not correct for all systems.  Check this:
+#	- If you have X windows, but configure could not find it or reported
+#	  another include/library directory then you wanted to use, you have
+#	  to set CONF_OPT_X below.  You might also check the installation of
+#	  xmkmf.
+#	- If you have --enable-gui=motif and have Motif on your system, but
+#	  configure reports "checking for location of gui... <not found>", you
+#	  have to set GUI_INC_LOC and GUI_LIB_LOC below.
+#	If you changed something, do this to run configure again:
+#		make reconfig
+#
+#	- If you do not trust the automatic configuration code, then inspect
+#	  auto/config.h and auto/config.mk, before starting the actual build
+#	  phase. If possible edit this Makefile, rather than auto/config.mk --
+#	  especially look at the definition of VIMLOC below. Note that the
+#	  configure phase overwrites auto/config.mk and auto/config.h again.
+#	- If you get error messages, find out what is wrong and try to correct
+#	  it in this Makefile. You may need to do "make reconfig" when you
+#	  change anything that configure uses (e.g. switching from an old C
+#	  compiler to an ANSI C compiler). Only when auto/configure does
+#	  something wrong you may need to change one of the other files. If
+#	  you find a clean way to fix the problem, consider sending a note to
+#	  the author of autoconf (bug-gnu-utils@prep.ai.mit.edu) or Vim
+#	  (Bram@vim.org). Don't bother to do that when you made a hack
+#	  solution for a non-standard system.
+#
+# 4. "make test"  {{{1
+#	This is optional.  This will run Vim scripts on a number of test
+#	files, and compare the produced output with the expected output.
+#	If all is well, you will get the "ALL DONE" message in the end.  See
+#	below (search for "/^test").
+#
+# 5. "make install"  {{{1
+#	If the new Vim seems to be working OK you can install it and the
+#	documentation in the appropriate location. The default is
+#	"/usr/local".  Change "prefix" below to change the location.
+#	"auto/pathdef.c" will be compiled again after changing this to make
+#	the executable know where the help files are located.
+#	Note that any existing executable is removed or overwritten.  If you
+#	want to keep it you will have to make a backup copy first.
+#	The runtime files are in a different directory for each version.  You
+#	might want to delete an older version.
+#	If you don't want to install everything, there are other targets:
+#		make installvim		only installs Vim, not the tools
+#		make installvimbin	only installs the Vim executable
+#		make installruntime	only installs the Vim help and
+#							runtime files
+#		make installlinks	only installs the Vim binary links
+#		make installhelplinks	only installs the Vim manpage links
+#		make installmacros	only installs the Vim macros
+#		make installtutor	only installs the Vim tutor
+#		make installtools	only installs xxd
+#	If you install Vim, not to install for real but to prepare a package
+#	or RPM, set DESTDIR to the root of the tree.
+#
+# 6. Use Vim until a new version comes out.  {{{1
+#
+# 7. "make uninstall_runtime"  {{{1
+#	Will remove the runtime files for the current version.	This is safe
+#	to use while another version is being used, only version-specific
+#	files will be deleted.
+#	To remove the runtime files of another version:
+#		make uninstall_runtime VIMRTDIR=/vim54
+#	If you want to delete all installed files, use:
+#		make uninstall
+#	Note that this will delete files that have the same name for any
+#	version, thus you might need to do a "make install" soon after this.
+#	Be careful not to remove a version of Vim that is still being used!
+#	To find out which files and directories will be deleted, use:
+#		make -n uninstall
+# }}}
+#
+### This Makefile has been succesfully tested on many systems. {{{
+### Only the ones that require special options are mentioned here.
+### Check the (*) column for remarks, listed below.
+### Later code changes may cause small problems, otherwise Vim is supposed to
+### compile and run without problems.
+
+#system:	      configurations:		     version (*) tested by:
+#-------------	      ------------------------	     -------  -  ----------
+#AIX 3.2.5	      cc (not gcc)   -			4.5  (M) Will Fiveash
+#AIX 4		      cc	     +X11 -GUI		3.27 (4) Axel Kielhorn
+#AIX 4.1.4	      cc	     +X11 +GUI		4.5  (5) Nico Bakker
+#AIX 4.2.1	      cc				5.2k (C) Will Fiveash
+#AIX 4.3.3.12	      xic 3.6.6				5.6  (5) David R. Favor
+#A/UX 3.1.1	      gcc	     +X11		4.0  (6) Jim Jagielski
+#BeOS PR	      mwcc DR3				5.0n (T) Olaf Seibert
+#BSDI 2.1 (x86)       shlicc2 gcc-2.6.3 -X11 X11R6	4.5  (1) Jos Backus
+#BSD/OS 3.0 (x86)     gcc gcc-2.7.2.1 -X11 X11R6	4.6c (1) Jos Backus
+#CX/UX 6.2	      cc	     +X11 +GUI_Mofif	5.4  (V) Kipp E. Howard
+#DG/UX 5.4*	      gcc 2.5.8      GUI		5.0e (H) Jonas Schlein
+#DG/UX 5.4R4.20       gcc 2.7.2      GUI		5.0s (H) Rocky Olive
+#HP-UX (most)	      c89 cc				5.1  (2) Bram Moolenaar
+#HP-UX_9.04	      cc	     +X11 +Motif	5.0  (2) Carton Lao
+#Irix 6.3 (O2)	      cc	     ?			4.5  (L) Edouard Poor
+#Irix 6.4	      cc	     ?			5.0m (S) Rick Sayre
+#Irix 6.5	      cc	     ?			6.0  (S) David Harrison
+#Irix 64 bit						4.5  (K) Jon Wright
+#Linux 2.0	      gcc-2.7.2      Infomagic Motif	4.3  (3) Ronald Rietman
+#Linux 2.0.31	      gcc	     +X11 +GUI Athena	5.0w (U) Darren Hiebert
+#LynxOS 3.0.1	      2.9-gnupro-98r2 +X11 +GUI Athena  5.7.1(O) Lorenz Hahn
+#LynxOS 3.1.0	      2.9-gnupro-98r2 +X11 +GUI Athena  5.7.1(O) Lorenz Hahn
+#NEC UP4800 UNIX_SV 4.2MP  cc	     +X11R6 Motif,Athena4.6b (Q) Lennart Schultz
+#NetBSD 1.0A	      gcc-2.4.5      -X11 -GUI		3.21 (X) Juergen Weigert
+#QNX 4.2	      wcc386-10.6    -X11		4.2  (D) G.F. Desrochers
+#QNX 4.23	      Watcom	     -X11		4.2  (F) John Oleynick
+#SCO Unix v3.2.5      cc	     +X11 Motif		3.27 (C) M. Kuperblum
+#SCO Open Server 5    gcc 2.7.2.3    +X11 +GUI Motif	5.3  (A) Glauber Ribeiro
+#SINIX-N 5.43 RM400 R4000   cc	     +X11 +GUI		5.0l (I) Martin Furter
+#SINIX-Z 5.42 i386    gcc 2.7.2.3    +X11 +GUI Motif	5.1  (I) Joachim Fehn
+#SINIX-Y 5.43 RM600 R4000  gcc 2.7.2.3 +X11 +GUI Motif	5.1  (I) Joachim Fehn
+#Reliant/SINIX 5.44   cc	     +X11 +GUI		5.5a (I) B. Pruemmer
+#SNI Targon31 TOS 4.1.11 gcc-2.4.5   +X11 -GUI		4.6c (B) Paul Slootman
+#Solaris 2.4 (Sparc)  cc	     +X11 +GUI		3.29 (9) Glauber
+#Solaris 2.4/2.5      clcc	     +X11 -GUI openwin	3.20 (7) Robert Colon
+#Solaris 2.5 (sun4m)  cc (SC4.0)     +X11R6 +GUI (CDE)	4.6b (E) Andrew Large
+#Solaris 2.5	      cc	     +X11 +GUI Athena	4.2  (9) Sonia Heimann
+#Solaris 2.5	      gcc 2.5.6      +X11 Motif		5.0m (R) Ant. Colombo
+#Solaris 2.6	      gcc 2.8.1      ncursus		5.3  (G) Larry W. Virden
+#Solaris with -lthread					5.5  (W) K. Nagano
+#Solaris	      gcc				     (b) Riccardo
+#SunOS 4.1.x			     +X11 -GUI		5.1b (J) Bram Moolenaar
+#SunOS 4.1.3_U1 (sun4c) gcc	     +X11 +GUI Athena	5.0w (J) Darren Hiebert
+#SUPER-UX 6.2 (NEC SX-4) cc	     +X11R6 Motif,Athena4.6b (P) Lennart Schultz
+#Unisys 6035	      cc	     +X11 Motif		5.3  (8) Glauber Ribeiro
+#ESIX V4.2	      cc	     +X11		6.0  (a) Reinhard Wobst
+#Mac OS X 10.[23]     gcc	     Carbon		6.2  (x) Bram Moolenaar
+# }}}
+
+# (*)  Remarks: {{{
+#
+# (1)  Uncomment line below for shlicc2
+# (2)  HPUX with compile problems or wrong digraphs, uncomment line below
+# (3)  Infomagic Motif needs GUI_LIB_LOC and GUI_INC_LOC set, see below.
+#      And add "-lXpm" to MOTIF_LIBS2.
+# (4)  For cc the optimizer must be disabled (use CFLAGS= after running
+#      configure) (symptom: ":set termcap" output looks weird).
+# (5)  Compiler may need extra argument, see below.
+# (6)  See below for a few lines to uncomment
+# (7)  See below for lines which enable the use of clcc
+# (8)  Needs some EXTRA_LIBS, search for Unisys below
+# (9)  Needs an extra compiler flag to compile gui_at_sb.c, see below.
+# (A)  May need EXTRA_LIBS, see below
+# (B)  Can't compile GUI because there is no waitpid()...  Disable GUI below.
+# (C)  Force the use of curses instead of termcap, see below.
+# (D)  Uncomment lines below for QNX
+# (E)  You might want to use termlib instead of termcap, see below.
+# (F)  See below for instructions.
+# (G)  Using ncursus version 4.2 has reported to cause a crash.  Use the
+#      Sun cursus library instead.
+# (H)  See line for EXTRA_LIBS below.
+# (I)  SINIX-N 5.42 and 5.43 need some EXTRA_LIBS.  Also for Reliant-Unix.
+# (J)  If you get undefined symbols, see below for a solution.
+# (K)  See lines to uncomment below for machines with 64 bit pointers.
+# (L)  For Silicon Graphics O2 workstations remove "-lnsl" from auto/config.mk
+# (M)  gcc version cygnus-2.0.1 does NOT work (symptom: "dl" deletes two
+#      characters instead of one).
+# (N)  SCO with decmouse.
+# (O)  LynxOS needs EXTRA_LIBS, see below.
+# (P)  For SuperUX 6.2 on NEC SX-4 see a few lines below to uncomment.
+# (Q)  For UNIXSVR 4.2MP on NEC UP4800 see below for lines to uncomment.
+# (R)  For Solaris 2.5 (or 2.5.1) with gcc > 2.5.6, uncomment line below.
+# (S)  For Irix 6.x with MipsPro compiler, use -OPT:Olimit.  See line below.
+# (T)  See ../doc/os_beos.txt.
+# (U)  Must uncomment CONF_OPT_PYTHON option below to disable Python
+#      detection, since the configure script runs into an error when it
+#      detects Python (probably because of the bash shell).
+# (V)  See lines to uncomment below.
+# (X)  Need to use the .include "auto/config.mk" line below
+# (Y)  See line with c89 below
+# (Z)  See lines with cc or c89 below
+# (a)  See line with EXTRA_LIBS below.
+# (b)  When using gcc with the Solaris linker, make sure you don't use GNU
+#      strip, otherwise the binary may not run: "Cannot find ELF".
+# (x)  When you get warnings for precompiled header files, run
+#      "sudo fixPrecomps".  Also see CONF_OPT_DARWIN below.
+# }}}
+
+
+#DO NOT CHANGE the next line, we need it for configure to find the compiler
+#instead of using the default from the "make" program.
+#Use a line further down to change the value for CC.
+CC=
+
+# Change and use these defines if configure cannot find your Motif stuff.
+# Unfortunately there is no "standard" location for Motif. {{{
+# These defines can contain a single directory (recommended) or a list of
+# directories (for when you are working with several systems). The LAST
+# directory that exists is used.
+# When changed, run "make reconfig" next!
+#GUI_INC_LOC = -I/usr/include/Motif2.0 -I/usr/include/Motif1.2
+#GUI_LIB_LOC = -L/usr/lib/Motif2.0 -L/usr/lib/Motif1.2
+### Use these two lines for Infomagic Motif (3)
+#GUI_INC_LOC = -I/usr/X11R6/include
+#GUI_LIB_LOC = -L/usr/X11R6/lib
+# }}}
+
+######################## auto/config.mk ######################## {{{1
+# At this position auto/config.mk is included. When starting from the
+# distribution it is almost empty. After running auto/configure it contains
+# settings that have been discovered for your system. Settings below this
+# include override settings in auto/config.mk!
+
+# Note: if auto/config.mk is lost somehow (e.g., because configure was
+# interrupted), create an empty auto/config.mk file and do "make config".
+
+# (X) How to include auto/config.mk depends on the version of "make" you have,
+#     if the current choice doesn't work, try the other one.
+
+include auto/config.mk
+#.include "auto/config.mk"
+CClink = $(CC)
+
+#}}}
+
+# Include the configuration choices first, so we can override everything
+# below. As shipped, this file contains a target that causes to run
+# configure. Once configure was run, this file contains a list of
+# make variables with predefined values instead. Thus any second invocation
+# of make, will buid Vim.
+
+# CONFIGURE - configure arguments {{{1
+# You can give a lot of options to configure.
+# Change this to your desire and do 'make config' afterwards
+
+# examples (can only use one!):
+#CONF_ARGS = --exec-prefix=/usr
+#CONF_ARGS = --with-vim-name=vim6 --with-ex-name=ex6 --with-view-name=view6
+#CONF_ARGS = --with-global-runtime=/etc/vim
+
+# Use this one if you distribute a modified version of Vim.
+#CONF_ARGS = --with-modified-by="John Doe"
+
+# GUI - For creating Vim with GUI (gvim) (B)
+# Uncomment this line when you don't want to get the GUI version, although you
+# have GTK, Motif and/or Athena.  Also use --without-x if you don't want X11
+# at all.
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --disable-gui
+
+# Uncomment one of these lines if you have that GUI but don't want to use it.
+# The automatic check will use another one that can be found
+# Gnome is disabled by default, it may cause trouble.
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --disable-gtk-check
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --disable-gtk2-check
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gnome-check
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gnome2-check
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --disable-motif-check
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --disable-athena-check
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --disable-nextaw-check
+
+# Uncomment one of these lines to select a specific GUI to use.
+# When using "yes" or nothing, configure will use the first one found: GTK+,
+# Motif or Athena.
+#
+# GTK versions that are known not to work 100% are rejected.
+# Use "--disable-gtktest" to accept them anyway.
+#
+# GNOME means GTK with Gnome support.  If using GTK, then GNOME will
+# automatically be used if it is found.  If you have GNOME, but do not want to
+# use it (e.g., want a GTK-only version), then use --enable-gui=gtk.
+#
+# If the selected GUI isn't found, the GUI is disabled automatically
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=gtk
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=gtk --disable-gtktest
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=gtk2
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=gtk2 --disable-gtktest
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=gnome
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=gnome2
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=gnome2 --disable-gtktest
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=motif
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=motif --with-motif-lib="-static -lXm -shared"
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=athena
+#CONF_OPT_GUI = --enable-gui=nextaw
+
+# DARWIN - detecting Mac OS X
+# Uncomment this line when you want to compile a Unix version of Vim on
+# Darwin.  None of the Mac specific options or files will be used.
+#CONF_OPT_DARWIN = --disable-darwin
+
+# PERL - For creating Vim with Perl interface
+# Uncomment this when you want to include the Perl interface.
+# The Perl option sometimes causes problems, because it adds extra flags
+# to the command line.	If you see strange flags during compilation, check in
+# auto/config.mk where they come from.  If it's PERL_CFLAGS, try commenting
+# the next line.
+# When you get an error for a missing "perl.exp" file, try creating an emtpy
+# one: "touch perl.exp".
+# This requires at least "small" features, "tiny" doesn't work.
+#CONF_OPT_PERL = --enable-perlinterp
+
+# PYTHON - For creating Vim with Python interface
+# Uncomment this when you want to include the Python interface.
+#CONF_OPT_PYTHON = --enable-pythoninterp
+
+# TCL - For creating Vim with Tcl interface
+# Uncomment this when you want to include the Tcl interface.
+#CONF_OPT_TCL = --enable-tclinterp
+
+# RUBY - For creating Vim with Ruby interface
+# Uncomment this when you want to include the Ruby interface.
+#CONF_OPT_RUBY = --enable-rubyinterp
+
+# CSCOPE - For creating Vim with Cscope interface
+# Uncomment this when you want to include the Cscope interface.
+#CONF_OPT_CSCOPE = --enable-cscope
+
+# WORKSHOP - Sun Visual Workshop interface.  Only works with Motif!
+#CONF_OPT_WORKSHOP = --enable-workshop
+
+# NETBEANS - NetBeans interface. Only works with Motif, GTK, and gnome.
+# Motif version must have XPM libraries (see |workshop-xpm|).
+# Uncomment this when you do not want the netbeans interface.
+#CONF_OPT_NETBEANS = --disable-netbeans
+
+# SNIFF - Include support for SNiFF+.
+#CONF_OPT_SNIFF = --enable-sniff
+
+# MULTIBYTE - To edit multi-byte characters.
+# Uncomment this when you want to edit a multibyte language.
+# It's automatically enabled with big features or IME support.
+# Note: Compile on a machine where setlocale() actually works, otherwise the
+# configure tests may fail.
+#CONF_OPT_MULTIBYTE = --enable-multibyte
+
+# NLS - National Language Support
+# Uncomment this when you do not want to support translated messages, even
+# though configure can find support for it.
+#CONF_OPT_NLS = --disable-nls
+
+# XIM - X Input Method.  Special character input support for X11 (chinese,
+# japanese, special symbols, etc).  Also needed for dead-key support.
+# When omitted it's automatically enabled for the X-windows GUI.
+# HANGUL - Input Hangul (korean) language using internal routines.
+# Uncomment one of these when you want to input a multibyte language.
+#CONF_OPT_INPUT = --enable-xim
+#CONF_OPT_INPUT = --disable-xim
+#CONF_OPT_INPUT = --enable-hangulinput
+
+# FONTSET - X fontset support for output of languages with many characters.
+# Uncomment this when you want to output a multibyte language.
+#CONF_OPT_OUTPUT = --enable-fontset
+
+# ACL - Uncomment this when you do not want to include ACL support, even
+# though your system does support it.  E.g., when it's buggy.
+#CONF_OPT_ACL = --disable-acl
+
+# gpm - For mouse support on Linux console via gpm
+# Uncomment this when you do not want to include gpm support, even
+# though you have gpm libraries and includes
+#CONF_OPT_GPM = --disable-gpm
+
+# FEATURES - For creating Vim with more or less features
+# Uncomment one of these lines when you want to include few to many features.
+# The default is "normal".
+#CONF_OPT_FEAT = --with-features=tiny
+#CONF_OPT_FEAT = --with-features=small
+#CONF_OPT_FEAT = --with-features=normal
+#CONF_OPT_FEAT = --with-features=big
+CONF_OPT_FEAT = --with-features=huge
+
+# COMPILED BY - For including a specific e-mail address for ":version".
+#CONF_OPT_COMPBY = "--with-compiledby=John Doe <JohnDoe@yahoo.com>"
+
+# X WINDOWS DISABLE - For creating a plain Vim without any X11 related fancies
+# (otherwise Vim configure will try to include xterm titlebar access)
+# Also disable the GUI above, otherwise it will be included anyway.
+# When both GUI and X11 have been disabled this may save about 15% of the
+# code and make Vim startup quicker.
+#CONF_OPT_X = --without-x
+
+# X WINDOWS DIRECTORY - specify X directories
+# If configure can't find you X stuff, or if you have multiple X11 derivates
+# installed, you may wish to specify which one to use.
+# Select nothing to let configure choose.
+# This here selects openwin (as found on sun).
+#XROOT = /usr/openwin
+#CONF_OPT_X = --x-include=$(XROOT)/include --x-libraries=$(XROOT)/lib
+
+# X11 Session Management Protocol support
+# Vim will try to use XSMP to catch the user logging out if there are unsaved
+# files.  Uncomment this line to disable that (it prevents vim trying to open
+# communications with the session manager).
+#CONF_OPT_XSMP = --disable-xsmp
+
+# You may wish to include xsmp but use exclude xsmp-interact if the logout
+# XSMP functionality does not work well with your session-manager (at time of
+# writing, this would be early GNOME-1 gnome-session: it 'freezes' other
+# applications after Vim has cancelled a logout (until Vim quits).  This
+# *might* be the Vim code, but is more likely a bug in early GNOME-1.
+# This disables the dialog that asks you if you want to save files or not.
+#CONF_OPT_XSMP = --disable-xsmp-interact
+
+# COMPILER - Name of the compiler {{{1
+# The default from configure will mostly be fine, no need to change this, just
+# an example. If a compiler is defined here, configure will use it rather than
+# probing for one. It is dangerous to change this after configure was run.
+# Make will use your choice then -- but beware: Many things may change with
+# another compiler.  It is wise to run 'make reconfig' to start all over
+# again.
+#CC = cc
+#CC = gcc
+
+# COMPILER FLAGS - change as you please. Either before running {{{1
+# configure or afterwards. For examples see below.
+# When using -g with some older versions of Linux you might get a
+# statically linked executable.
+# When not defined, configure will try to use -O2 -g for gcc and -O for cc.
+#CFLAGS = -g
+#CFLAGS = -O
+
+# Optimization limits - depends on the compiler.  Automatic check in configure
+# doesn't work very well, because many compilers only give a warning for
+# unrecognized arguments.
+#CFLAGS = -O -OPT:Olimit=2600
+#CFLAGS = -O -Olimit 2000
+#CFLAGS = -O -FOlimit,2000
+
+# Often used for GCC: mixed optimizing, lot of optimizing, debugging
+#CFLAGS = -g -O2 -fno-strength-reduce -Wall -Wshadow -Wmissing-prototypes
+CFLAGS = -g -O2 -fno-strength-reduce -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes
+#CFLAGS = -O6 -fno-strength-reduce -Wall -Wshadow -Wmissing-prototypes
+#CFLAGS = -g -DDEBUG -Wall -Wshadow -Wmissing-prototypes
+#CFLAGS = -g -O2 -DSTARTUPTIME=\"vimstartup\" -fno-strength-reduce -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes
+
+# EFENCE - Electric-Fence malloc debugging: catches memory accesses beyond
+# allocated memory (and makes every malloc()/free() very slow).
+# Electric Fence is free (search ftp sites).
+# On FreeBSD you might need to enlarge the number of mmaps allowed.  Do this
+# as root: sysctl -w vm.max_proc_mmap=30000
+#EXTRA_LIBS = /usr/local/lib/libefence.a
+
+# PURIFY - remove the # to use the "purify" program (hoi Nia++!)
+#PURIFY = purify
+# }}}
+
+# LINT - for running lint
+LINT_OPTIONS = -beprxzF
+
+# PROFILING - Uncomment the next two lines to do profiling with gcc and gprof.
+# Might not work with GUI or Perl.
+# Need to recompile everything after changing this: "make clean" "make".
+#PROFILE_CFLAGS = -pg -g
+#PROFILE_LIBS = -pg
+
+#####################################################
+###  Specific systems, check if yours is listed!  ### {{{
+#####################################################
+
+### Uncomment things here only if the values chosen by configure are wrong.
+### It's better to adjust configure.in and "make autoconf", if you can!
+### Then send the required changes to configure.in to the bugs list.
+
+### (1) BSD/OS 2.0.1, 2.1 or 3.0 using shared libraries
+###
+#CC = shlicc2
+#CFLAGS = -O2 -g -m486 -Wall -Wshadow -Wmissing-prototypes -fno-builtin
+
+### (2) HP-UX with a non-ANSI cc, use the c89 ANSI compiler
+###	The first probably works on all systems
+###	The second should work a bit better on newer systems
+###	The third should work a bit better on HPUX 11.11
+###	Information provided by: Richard Allen <ra@rhi.hi.is>
+#CC = c89 -D_HPUX_SOURCE
+#CC = c89 -O +Onolimit +ESlit -D_HPUX_SOURCE
+#CC = c89 -O +Onolimit +ESlit +e -D_HPUX_SOURCE
+
+### (2) For HP-UX: Enable the use of a different set of digraphs.  Use this
+###	when the default (ISO) digraphs look completely wrong.
+###	After changing this do "touch digraph.c; make".
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -DHPUX_DIGRAPHS
+
+### (2) For HP-UX: 9.04 cpp default macro definition table of 128000 bytes
+###	is too small to compile many routines.	It produces too much defining
+###	and no space errors.
+###	Uncomment the following to specify a larger macro definition table.
+#CFLAGS = -Wp,-H256000
+
+### (2) For HP-UX 10.20 using the HP cc, with X11R6 and Motif 1.2, with
+###	libraries in /usr/lib instead of /lib (avoiding transition links).
+###	Information provided by: David Green
+#XROOT = /usr
+#CONF_OPT_X = --x-include=$(XROOT)/include/X11R6 --x-libraries=$(XROOT)/lib/X11R6
+#GUI_INC_LOC = -I/usr/include/Motif1.2
+#GUI_LIB_LOC = -L/usr/lib/Motif1.2_R6
+
+### (5) AIX 4.1.4 with cc
+#CFLAGS = -O -qmaxmem=8192
+
+###     AIX with c89 (Walter Briscoe)
+#CC = c89
+#CPPFLAGS = -D_ALL_SOURCE
+
+###     AIX 4.3.3.12 with xic 3.6.6 (David R. Favor)
+#       needed to avoid a problem where strings.h gets included
+#CFLAGS = -qsrcmsg -O2 -qmaxmem=8192 -D__STR31__
+
+### (W) Solaris with multi-threaded libraries (-lthread):
+###	If suspending doesn't work properly, try using this line:
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -D_REENTRANT
+
+### (7) Solaris 2.4/2.5 with Centerline compiler
+#CC = clcc
+#X_LIBS_DIR = -L/usr/openwin/lib -R/usr/openwin/lib
+#CFLAGS = -O
+
+### (9) Solaris 2.x with cc (SunPro), using Athena.
+###	Only required for compiling gui_at_sb.c.
+###	Symptom: "identifier redeclared: vim_XawScrollbarSetThumb"
+###	Use one of the lines (either Full ANSI or no ANSI at all)
+#CFLAGS = $(CFLAGS) -Xc
+#CFLAGS = $(CFLAGS) -Xs
+
+### Solaris 2.3 with X11 and specific cc
+#CC=/opt/SUNWspro/bin/cc -O -Xa -v -R/usr/openwin/lib
+
+### Solaris with /usr/ucb/cc (it is rejected by autoconf as "cc")
+#CC	    = /usr/ucb/cc
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -R/usr/ucblib
+
+### Solaris with Forte Developer and FEAT_SUN_WORKSHOP
+# The Xpm library is available from http://koala.ilog.fr/ftp/pub/xpm.
+#CC		= cc
+#XPM_DIR		= /usr/local/xpm/xpm-3.4k-solaris
+#XPM_LIB		= -L$(XPM_DIR)/lib -R$(XPM_DIR)/lib -lXpm
+#XPM_IPATH	= -I$(XPM_DIR)/include
+#EXTRA_LIBS	= $(XPM_LIB)
+#EXTRA_IPATHS	= $(XPM_IPATH)
+#EXTRA_DEFS	= -xCC -DHAVE_X11_XPM_H
+
+### Solaris with workshop compilers: Vim is unstable when compiled with
+# "-fast".  Use this instead. (Shea Martin)
+#CFLAGS = -x02 -xtarget=ultra
+
+### (R) for Solaris 2.5 (or 2.5.1) with gcc > 2.5.6 you might need this:
+#LDFLAGS = -lw -ldl -lXmu
+#GUI_LIB_LOC = -L/usr/local/lib
+
+### (8) Unisys 6035 (Glauber Ribeiro)
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lnsl -lsocket -lgen
+
+### When builtin functions cause problems with gcc (for Sun 4.1.x)
+#CFLAGS = -O2 -Wall -traditional -Wno-implicit
+
+### Apollo DOMAIN (with SYSTYPE = bsd4.3) (TESTED for version 3.0)
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -DDOMAIN
+#CFLAGS= -O -A systype,bsd4.3
+
+### Coherent 4.2.10 on Intel 386 platform
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -Dvoid=int
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lterm -lsocket
+
+### SCO 3.2, with different library name for terminfo
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -ltinfo
+
+### UTS2 for Amdahl UTS 2.1.x
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -DUTS2
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lsocket
+
+### UTS4 for Amdahl UTS 4.x
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -DUTS4 -Xa
+
+### USL for Unix Systems Laboratories (SYSV 4.2)
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -DUSL
+
+### RISCos on MIPS without X11
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -DMIPS
+
+### RISCos on MIPS with X11
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lsun
+
+### (6)  A/UX 3.1.1 with gcc (Jim Jagielski)
+#CC= gcc -D_POSIX_SOURCE
+#CFLAGS= -O2
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lposix -lbsd -ltermcap -lX11
+
+### (A)  Some versions of SCO Open Server 5 (Jan Christiaan van Winkel)
+###	 Also use the CONF_TERM_LIB below!
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lgen
+
+### (D)  QNX (by G.F. Desrochers)
+#CFLAGS = -g -O -mf -4
+
+### (F)  QNX (by John Oleynick)
+# 1. If you don't have an X server: Comment out CONF_OPT_GUI and uncomment
+#    CONF_OPT_X = --without-x.
+# 2. make config
+# 3. edit auto/config.mk and remove -ldir and -ltermcap from LIBS.  It doesn't
+#	have -ldir (does config find it somewhere?) and -ltermcap has at
+#	least one problem so I use termlib.o instead.  The problem with
+#	termcap is that it segfaults if you call it with the name of
+#	a non-existent terminal type.
+# 4. edit auto/config.h and add #define USE_TMPNAM
+# 5. add termlib.o to OBJ
+# 6. make
+
+### (H)  for Data general DG/UX 5.4.2 and 5.4R3.10 (Jonas J. Schlein)
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lgen
+
+### (I) SINIX-N 5.42 or 5.43 RM400 R4000 (also SINIX-Y and SINIX-Z)
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lgen -lnsl
+###   For SINIX-Y this is needed for the right prototype of gettimeofday()
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -D_XPG_IV
+
+### (I) Reliant-Unix (aka SINIX) 5.44 with standard cc
+#	Use both "-F O3" lines for optimization or the "-g" line for debugging
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lgen -lsocket -lnsl -lSM -lICE
+#CFLAGS = -F O3 -DSINIXN
+#LDFLAGS = -F O3
+#CFLAGS = -g -DSINIXN
+
+### (P)  SCO 3.2.42, with different termcap names for some useful keys DJB
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -DSCOKEYS -DNETTERM_MOUSE -DDEC_MOUSE -DXTERM_MOUSE -DHAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lsocket -ltermcap -lmalloc -lc_s
+
+### (P)  SuperUX 6.2 on NEC SX-4 (Lennart Schultz)
+#GUI_INC_LOC = -I/usr/include
+#GUI_LIB_LOC = -L/usr/lib
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lgen
+
+### (Q) UNIXSVR 4.2MP on NEC UP4800 (Lennart Schultz)
+#GUI_INC_LOC = -I/usr/necccs/include
+#GUI_LIB_LOC = -L/usr/necccs/lib/X11R6
+#XROOT = /usr/necccs
+#CONF_OPT_X = --x-include=$(XROOT)/include --x-libraries=$(XROOT)/lib/X11R6
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lsocket -lgen
+
+### Irix 4.0 & 5.2 (Silicon Graphics Machines, __sgi will be defined)
+# Not needed for Irix 5.3, Ives Aerts reported
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lmalloc -lc_s
+# Irix 4.0, when regexp and regcmp cannot be found when linking:
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lmalloc -lc_s -lPW
+
+### (S) Irix 6.x (MipsPro compiler): Uses different Olimit flag:
+# Note:	This newer option style is used with the MipsPro compilers ONLY if
+#	you are compiling an "n32" or "64" ABI binary (use either a -n32
+#	flag or a -64 flag for CFLAGS).  If you explicitly use a -o32 flag,
+#	then the CFLAGS option format will be the typical style (i.e.
+#	-Olimit 3000).
+#CFLAGS = -OPT:Olimit=3000 -O
+
+### (S) Irix 6.5 with MipsPro C compiler.  Try this as a test to see new
+#	compiler features!  Beware, the optimization is EXTREMELY thorough
+#	and takes quite a long time.
+# Note: See the note above.  Here, the -mips3 option automatically
+#	enables either the "n32" or "64" ABI, depending on what machine you
+#	are compiling on (n32 is explicitly enabled here, just to make sure).
+#CFLAGS = -OPT:Olimit=3500 -O -n32 -mips3 -IPA:aggr_cprop=ON -INLINE:dfe=ON:list=ON:must=screen_char,out_char,ui_write,out_flush
+#LDFLAGS= -OPT:Olimit=3500 -O -n32 -mips3 -IPA:aggr_cprop=ON -INLINE:dfe=ON:list=ON:must=screen_char,out_char,ui_write,out_flush
+
+### (K) for SGI Irix machines with 64 bit pointers ("uname -s" says IRIX64)
+###	Suggested by Jon Wright <jon@gate.sinica.edu.tw>.
+###	Tested on R8000 IRIX6.1 Power Indigo2.
+###	Check /etc/compiler.defaults for your compiler settings.
+# either (for 64 bit pointers) uncomment the following line
+#GUI_LIB_LOC = -L/usr/lib64
+# then
+# 1) make config
+# 2) edit auto/config.mk and delete the -lelf entry in the LIBS line
+# 3) make
+#
+# or (for 32bit pointers) uncomment the following line
+#EXTRA_DEFS = -n32
+#GUI_LIB_LOC = -L/usr/lib32
+# then
+# 1) make config
+# 2) edit auto/config.mk, add -n32 to LDFLAGS
+# 3) make
+###
+
+### (C)  On SCO Unix v3.2.5 (and probably other versions) the termcap library,
+###	 which is found by configure, doesn't work correctly.  Symptom is the
+###	 error message "Termcap entry too long".  Uncomment the next line.
+###	 On AIX 4.2.1 (and other versions probably), libtermcap is reported
+###	 not to display properly.
+### after changing this, you need to do "make reconfig".
+#CONF_TERM_LIB = --with-tlib=curses
+
+### (E)  If you want to use termlib library instead of the automatically found
+###	 one.  After changing this, you need to do "make reconfig".
+#CONF_TERM_LIB = --with-tlib=termlib
+
+### (a)  ESIX V4.2 (Reinhard Wobst)
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lnsl -lsocket -lgen -lXIM -lXmu -lXext
+
+### If you want to use ncurses library instead of the automatically found one
+### after changing this, you need to do "make reconfig".
+#CONF_TERM_LIB = --with-tlib=ncurses
+
+### For GCC on MSDOS, the ".exe" suffix will be added.
+#EXEEXT = .exe
+#LNKEXT = .exe
+
+### (O)  For LynxOS 2.5.0, tested on PC.
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lXext -lSM -lICE -lbsd
+###	 For LynxOS 3.0.1, tested on PPC
+#EXTRA_LIBS= -lXext -lSM -lICE -lnetinet -lXmu -liberty -lX11
+###	 For LynxOS 3.1.0, tested on PC
+#EXTRA_LIBS= -lXext -lSM -lICE -lnetinet -lXmu
+
+
+### (V)  For CX/UX 6.2	(on Harris/Concurrent NightHawk 4800, 5800). Remove
+###	 -Qtarget if only in a 5800 environment.  (Kipp E. Howard)
+#CFLAGS = -O -Qtarget=m88110compat
+#EXTRA_LIBS = -lgen
+
+##################### end of system specific lines ################### }}}
+
+### Names of the programs and targets  {{{1
+VIMTARGET	= $(VIMNAME)$(EXEEXT)
+EXTARGET	= $(EXNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+VIEWTARGET	= $(VIEWNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+GVIMNAME	= g$(VIMNAME)
+GVIMTARGET	= $(GVIMNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+GVIEWNAME	= g$(VIEWNAME)
+GVIEWTARGET	= $(GVIEWNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+RVIMNAME	= r$(VIMNAME)
+RVIMTARGET	= $(RVIMNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+RVIEWNAME	= r$(VIEWNAME)
+RVIEWTARGET	= $(RVIEWNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+RGVIMNAME	= r$(GVIMNAME)
+RGVIMTARGET	= $(RGVIMNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+RGVIEWNAME	= r$(GVIEWNAME)
+RGVIEWTARGET	= $(RGVIEWNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+VIMDIFFNAME	= $(VIMNAME)diff
+GVIMDIFFNAME	= g$(VIMDIFFNAME)
+VIMDIFFTARGET	= $(VIMDIFFNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+GVIMDIFFTARGET	= $(GVIMDIFFNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+EVIMNAME	= e$(VIMNAME)
+EVIMTARGET	= $(EVIMNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+EVIEWNAME	= e$(VIEWNAME)
+EVIEWTARGET	= $(EVIEWNAME)$(LNKEXT)
+
+### Names of the tools that are also made  {{{1
+TOOLS = xxd/xxd$(EXEEXT)
+
+### Installation directories.  The defaults come from configure. {{{1
+#
+### prefix	the top directory for the data (default "/usr/local")
+#
+# Uncomment the next line to install Vim in your home directory.
+#prefix = $(HOME)
+
+### exec_prefix	is the top directory for the executable (default $(prefix))
+#
+# Uncomment the next line to install the Vim executable in "/usr/machine/bin"
+#exec_prefix = /usr/machine
+
+### BINDIR	dir for the executable	 (default "$(exec_prefix)/bin")
+### MANDIR	dir for the manual pages (default "$(prefix)/man")
+### DATADIR	dir for the other files  (default "$(prefix)/lib" or
+#						  "$(prefix)/share")
+# They may be different when using different architectures for the
+# executable and a common directory for the other files.
+#
+# Uncomment the next line to install Vim in "/usr/bin"
+#BINDIR   = /usr/bin
+# Uncomment the next line to install Vim manuals in "/usr/share/man/man1"
+#MANDIR   = /usr/share/man
+# Uncomment the next line to install Vim help files in "/usr/share/vim"
+#DATADIR  = /usr/share
+
+### DESTDIR	root of the installation tree.  This is prepended to the other
+#		directories.  This directory must exist.
+#DESTDIR  = ~/pkg/vim
+
+### Location of man pages
+MANSUBDIR = $(MANDIR)/man1
+
+### Location of Vim files (should not need to be changed, and  {{{1
+### some things might not work when they are changed!)
+VIMDIR = /vim
+VIMRTDIR = /vim70aa
+HELPSUBDIR = /doc
+COLSUBDIR = /colors
+SYNSUBDIR = /syntax
+INDSUBDIR = /indent
+PLUGSUBDIR = /plugin
+FTPLUGSUBDIR = /ftplugin
+LANGSUBDIR = /lang
+COMPSUBDIR = /compiler
+KMAPSUBDIR = /keymap
+MACROSUBDIR = /macros
+TOOLSSUBDIR = /tools
+TUTORSUBDIR = /tutor
+PRINTSUBDIR = /print
+PODIR = po
+
+### VIMLOC	common root of the Vim files (all versions)
+### VIMRTLOC	common root of the runtime Vim files (this version)
+### VIMRCLOC	compiled-in location for global [g]vimrc files (all versions)
+### VIMRUNTIMEDIR  compiled-in location for runtime files (optional)
+### HELPSUBLOC	location for help files
+### COLSUBLOC	location for colorscheme files
+### SYNSUBLOC	location for syntax files
+### INDSUBLOC	location for indent files
+### PLUGSUBLOC	location for standard plugin files
+### FTPLUGSUBLOC  location for ftplugin files
+### LANGSUBLOC	location for language files
+### COMPSUBLOC	location for compiler files
+### KMAPSUBLOC	location for keymap files
+### MACROSUBLOC	location for macro files
+### TOOLSSUBLOC	location for tools files
+### TUTORSUBLOC	location for tutor files
+### PRINTSUBLOC	location for PostScript files (prolog, latin1, ..)
+### SCRIPTLOC	location for script files (menu.vim, bugreport.vim, ..)
+### You can override these if you want to install them somewhere else.
+### Edit feature.h for compile-time settings.
+VIMLOC		= $(DATADIR)$(VIMDIR)
+VIMRTLOC	= $(DATADIR)$(VIMDIR)$(VIMRTDIR)
+VIMRCLOC	= $(VIMLOC)
+HELPSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(HELPSUBDIR)
+COLSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(COLSUBDIR)
+SYNSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(SYNSUBDIR)
+INDSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(INDSUBDIR)
+PLUGSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(PLUGSUBDIR)
+FTPLUGSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(FTPLUGSUBDIR)
+LANGSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(LANGSUBDIR)
+COMPSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(COMPSUBDIR)
+KMAPSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(KMAPSUBDIR)
+MACROSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(MACROSUBDIR)
+TOOLSSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(TOOLSSUBDIR)
+TUTORSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(TUTORSUBDIR)
+PRINTSUBLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)$(PRINTSUBDIR)
+SCRIPTLOC	= $(VIMRTLOC)
+
+### Only set VIMRUNTIMEDIR when VIMRTLOC is set to a different location and
+### the runtime directory is not below it.
+#VIMRUNTIMEDIR = $(VIMRTLOC)
+
+### Name of the evim file target.
+EVIM_FILE	= $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/evim.vim
+MSWIN_FILE	= $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/mswin.vim
+
+### Name of the menu file target.
+SYS_MENU_FILE	= $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/menu.vim
+SYS_SYNMENU_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/synmenu.vim
+SYS_DELMENU_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/delmenu.vim
+
+### Name of the bugreport file target.
+SYS_BUGR_FILE	= $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/bugreport.vim
+
+### Name of the file type detection file target.
+SYS_FILETYPE_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/filetype.vim
+
+### Name of the file type detection file target.
+SYS_FTOFF_FILE	= $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/ftoff.vim
+
+### Name of the file type detection script file target.
+SYS_SCRIPTS_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/scripts.vim
+
+### Name of the ftplugin-on file target.
+SYS_FTPLUGIN_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/ftplugin.vim
+
+### Name of the ftplugin-off file target.
+SYS_FTPLUGOF_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/ftplugof.vim
+
+### Name of the indent-on file target.
+SYS_INDENT_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/indent.vim
+
+### Name of the indent-off file target.
+SYS_INDOFF_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/indoff.vim
+
+### Name of the option window script file target.
+SYS_OPTWIN_FILE = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)/optwin.vim
+
+# Program to install the program in the target directory.  Could also be "mv".
+INSTALL_PROG	= cp
+
+# Program to install the data in the target directory.	Cannot be "mv"!
+INSTALL_DATA	= cp
+INSTALL_DATA_R	= cp -r
+
+### Program to run on installed binary
+#STRIP = strip
+
+### Permissions for binaries  {{{1
+BINMOD = 755
+
+### Permissions for man page
+MANMOD = 644
+
+### Permissions for help files
+HELPMOD = 644
+
+### Permissions for Perl and shell scripts
+SCRIPTMOD = 755
+
+### Permission for Vim script files (menu.vim, bugreport.vim, ..)
+VIMSCRIPTMOD = 644
+
+### Permissions for all directories that are created
+DIRMOD = 755
+
+### Permissions for all other files that are created
+FILEMOD = 644
+
+# Where to copy the man and help files from
+HELPSOURCE = ../runtime/doc
+
+# Where to copy the script files from (menu, bugreport)
+SCRIPTSOURCE = ../runtime
+
+# Where to copy the colorscheme files from
+COLSOURCE = ../runtime/colors
+
+# Where to copy the syntax files from
+SYNSOURCE = ../runtime/syntax
+
+# Where to copy the indent files from
+INDSOURCE = ../runtime/indent
+
+# Where to copy the standard plugin files from
+PLUGSOURCE = ../runtime/plugin
+
+# Where to copy the ftplugin files from
+FTPLUGSOURCE = ../runtime/ftplugin
+
+# Where to copy the macro files from
+MACROSOURCE = ../runtime/macros
+
+# Where to copy the tools files from
+TOOLSSOURCE = ../runtime/tools
+
+# Where to copy the tutor files from
+TUTORSOURCE = ../runtime/tutor
+
+# Where to look for language specific files
+LANGSOURCE = ../runtime/lang
+
+# Where to look for compiler files
+COMPSOURCE = ../runtime/compiler
+
+# Where to look for keymap files
+KMAPSOURCE = ../runtime/keymap
+
+# Where to look for print resource files
+PRINTSOURCE = ../runtime/print
+
+# If you are using Linux, you might want to use this to make vim the
+# default vi editor, it will create a link from vi to Vim when doing
+# "make install".  An existing file will be overwritten!
+# When not using it, some make programs can't handle an undefined $(LINKIT).
+#LINKIT = -ln -f -s $(BINDIR)/$(VIMTARGET) /usr/bin/vi
+LINKIT = @echo >/dev/null
+
+###
+### GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE (GUI).  {{{1
+### 'configure --enable-gui' can enable one of these for you if you did set
+### a corresponding CONF_OPT_GUI above and have X11.
+### Override configures choice by uncommenting all the following lines.
+### As they are, the GUI is disabled.  Replace "NONE" with "ATHENA" or "MOTIF"
+### for enabling the Athena or Motif GUI.
+#GUI_SRC	= $(NONE_SRC)
+#GUI_OBJ	= $(NONE_OBJ)
+#GUI_DEFS	= $(NONE_DEFS)
+#GUI_IPATH	= $(NONE_IPATH)
+#GUI_LIBS_DIR	= $(NONE_LIBS_DIR)
+#GUI_LIBS1	= $(NONE_LIBS1)
+#GUI_LIBS2	= $(NONE_LIBS2)
+#GUI_INSTALL    = $(NONE_INSTALL)
+#GUI_TARGETS	= $(NONE_TARGETS)
+#GUI_MAN_TARGETS= $(NONE_MAN_TARGETS)
+#GUI_TESTTARGET = $(NONE_TESTTARGET)
+
+# Without a GUI install the normal way.
+NONE_INSTALL = install_normal
+
+### GTK GUI
+GTK_SRC		= gui.c gui_gtk.c gui_gtk_x11.c pty.c gui_gtk_f.c \
+			gui_beval.c
+GTK_OBJ		= objects/gui.o objects/gui_gtk.o objects/gui_gtk_x11.o \
+			objects/pty.o objects/gui_gtk_f.o \
+			objects/gui_beval.o
+GTK_DEFS	= -DFEAT_GUI_GTK $(NARROW_PROTO)
+GTK_IPATH	= $(GUI_INC_LOC)
+GTK_LIBS_DIR	= $(GUI_LIB_LOC)
+GTK_LIBS1	=
+GTK_LIBS2	= $(GTK_LIBNAME)
+GTK_INSTALL     = install_normal
+GTK_TARGETS	= installglinks
+GTK_MAN_TARGETS = installghelplinks
+GTK_TESTTARGET = gui
+
+### Motif GUI
+MOTIF_SRC	= gui.c gui_motif.c gui_x11.c pty.c gui_beval.c
+MOTIF_OBJ	= objects/gui.o objects/gui_motif.o objects/gui_x11.o \
+			objects/pty.o objects/gui_beval.o
+MOTIF_DEFS	= -DFEAT_GUI_MOTIF $(NARROW_PROTO)
+MOTIF_IPATH	= $(GUI_INC_LOC)
+MOTIF_LIBS_DIR	= $(GUI_LIB_LOC)
+MOTIF_LIBS1	=
+MOTIF_LIBS2	= $(MOTIF_LIBNAME) -lXt
+MOTIF_INSTALL   = install_normal
+MOTIF_TARGETS	= installglinks
+MOTIF_MAN_TARGETS = installghelplinks
+MOTIF_TESTTARGET = gui
+
+### Athena GUI
+### Use Xaw3d to make the menus look a little bit nicer
+#XAW_LIB = -lXaw3d
+XAW_LIB = -lXaw
+
+### When using Xaw3d, uncomment/comment the following lines to also get the
+### scrollbars from Xaw3d.
+#ATHENA_SRC	= gui.c gui_athena.c gui_x11.c pty.c gui_beval.c gui_at_fs.c
+#ATHENA_OBJ	= objects/gui.o objects/gui_athena.o objects/gui_x11.o \
+#			objects/pty.o objects/gui_beval.o objects/gui_at_fs.o
+#ATHENA_DEFS	= -DFEAT_GUI_ATHENA $(NARROW_PROTO) \
+#		    -Dvim_scrollbarWidgetClass=scrollbarWidgetClass \
+#		    -Dvim_XawScrollbarSetThumb=XawScrollbarSetThumb
+ATHENA_SRC	= gui.c gui_athena.c gui_x11.c pty.c gui_beval.c \
+			gui_at_sb.c gui_at_fs.c
+ATHENA_OBJ	= objects/gui.o objects/gui_athena.o objects/gui_x11.o \
+			objects/pty.o objects/gui_beval.o \
+			objects/gui_at_sb.o objects/gui_at_fs.o
+ATHENA_DEFS	= -DFEAT_GUI_ATHENA $(NARROW_PROTO)
+
+ATHENA_IPATH	= $(GUI_INC_LOC)
+ATHENA_LIBS_DIR = $(GUI_LIB_LOC)
+ATHENA_LIBS1	= $(XAW_LIB)
+ATHENA_LIBS2	= -lXt
+ATHENA_INSTALL  = install_normal
+ATHENA_TARGETS	= installglinks
+ATHENA_MAN_TARGETS = installghelplinks
+ATHENA_TESTTARGET = gui
+
+### neXtaw GUI
+NEXTAW_LIB = -lneXtaw
+
+NEXTAW_SRC	= gui.c gui_athena.c gui_x11.c pty.c gui_beval.c gui_at_fs.c
+NEXTAW_OBJ	= objects/gui.o objects/gui_athena.o objects/gui_x11.o \
+			objects/pty.o objects/gui_beval.o objects/gui_at_fs.o
+NEXTAW_DEFS	= -DFEAT_GUI_ATHENA -DFEAT_GUI_NEXTAW $(NARROW_PROTO)
+
+NEXTAW_IPATH	= $(GUI_INC_LOC)
+NEXTAW_LIBS_DIR = $(GUI_LIB_LOC)
+NEXTAW_LIBS1	= $(NEXTAW_LIB)
+NEXTAW_LIBS2	= -lXt
+NEXTAW_INSTALL  =  install_normal
+NEXTAW_TARGETS	=  installglinks
+NEXTAW_MAN_TARGETS = installghelplinks
+NEXTAW_TESTTARGET = gui
+
+### (J)  Sun OpenWindows 3.2 (SunOS 4.1.x) or earlier that produce these ld
+#	 errors:  ld: Undefined symbol
+#		      _get_wmShellWidgetClass
+#		      _get_applicationShellWidgetClass
+# then you need to get patches 100512-02 and 100573-03 from Sun.  In the
+# meantime, uncomment the following GUI_X_LIBS definition as a workaround:
+#GUI_X_LIBS = -Bstatic -lXmu -Bdynamic -lXext
+# If you also get cos, sin etc. as undefined symbols, try uncommenting this
+# too:
+#EXTRA_LIBS = /usr/openwin/lib/libXmu.sa -lm
+
+### BeOS GUI
+BEOSGUI_SRC	= gui.c gui_beos.cc pty.c
+BEOSGUI_OBJ	= objects/gui.o objects/gui_beos.o  objects/pty.o
+BEOSGUI_DEFS	= -DFEAT_GUI_BEOS
+BEOSGUI_IPATH	=
+BEOSGUI_LIBS_DIR =
+BEOSGUI_LIBS1	= -lbe -lroot
+BEOSGUI_LIBS2	=
+BEOSGUI_INSTALL = install_normal
+BEOSGUI_TARGETS	= installglinks
+BEOSGUI_MAN_TARGETS = installghelplinks
+BEOSGUI_TESTTARGET = gui
+
+# PHOTON GUI
+PHOTONGUI_SRC	= gui.c gui_photon.c pty.c
+PHOTONGUI_OBJ	= objects/gui.o objects/gui_photon.o objects/pty.o
+PHOTONGUI_DEFS	= -DFEAT_GUI_PHOTON
+PHOTONGUI_IPATH	=
+PHOTONGUI_LIBS_DIR =
+PHOTONGUI_LIBS1	= -lph -lphexlib
+PHOTONGUI_LIBS2	=
+PHOTONGUI_INSTALL = install_normal
+PHOTONGUI_TARGETS = installglinks
+PHOTONGUI_MAN_TARGETS = installghelplinks
+PHOTONGUI_TESTTARGET = gui
+
+# CARBON GUI
+CARBONGUI_SRC	= gui.c gui_mac.c
+CARBONGUI_OBJ	= objects/gui.o objects/gui_mac.o objects/pty.o
+CARBONGUI_DEFS	= -DFEAT_GUI_MAC -arch ppc -fno-common -fpascal-strings \
+		  -Wall -Wno-unknown-pragmas \
+		  -mdynamic-no-pic -pipe
+CARBONGUI_IPATH	= -I. -Iproto
+CARBONGUI_LIBS_DIR =
+CARBONGUI_LIBS1	= -framework Carbon
+CARBONGUI_LIBS2	=
+CARBONGUI_INSTALL = install_macosx
+CARBONGUI_TARGETS =
+CARBONGUI_MAN_TARGETS =
+CARBONGUI_TESTTARGET =
+
+# All GUI files
+ALL_GUI_SRC  = gui.c gui_gtk.c gui_gtk_f.c gui_motif.c gui_athena.c gui_gtk_x11.c gui_x11.c gui_at_sb.c gui_at_fs.c pty.c
+ALL_GUI_PRO  = gui.pro gui_gtk.pro gui_motif.pro gui_athena.pro gui_gtk_x11.pro gui_x11.pro gui_w16.pro gui_w32.pro gui_amiga.pro gui_photon.pro
+
+# }}}
+
+### Command to create dependencies based on #include "..."
+### prototype headers are ignored due to -DPROTO, system
+### headers #include <...> are ignored if we use the -MM option, as
+### e.g. provided by gcc-cpp.
+### Include FEAT_GUI to get gependency on gui.h
+CPP_DEPEND = $(CC) -I$(srcdir) -M$(CPP_MM) $(DEPEND_CFLAGS)
+
+# flags for cproto
+#     This is for cproto 3 patchlevel 8 or below
+#     __inline, __attribute__ and __extension__ are not recognized by cproto
+NO_ATTR = -D__inline= -D"__attribute__\\(x\\)=" -D"__asm__\\(x\\)=" -D__extension__= \
+-D__restrict="" -D__gnuc_va_list=char -D__builtin_va_list=char
+
+#
+#     This is for cproto 3 patchlevel 9 or above (currently 4.6)
+#     __inline and __attribute__ are now recognized by cproto
+#     -D"foo()=" is not supported by all compilers so do not use it
+# NO_ATTR=
+#
+#     maybe the "/usr/bin/cc -E" has to be adjusted for some systems
+# This is for cproto 3.5 patchlevel 3:
+# PROTO_FLAGS = -f4 -m__ARGS -d -E"$(CPP)" $(NO_ATTR)
+#
+# Use this for cproto 3 patchlevel 6 or below (use "cproto -V" to check):
+# PROTO_FLAGS = -f4 -m__ARGS -d -E"$(CPP)" $(NO_ATTR)
+#
+# Use this for cproto 3 patchlevel 7 or above (use "cproto -V" to check):
+PROTO_FLAGS = -m -M__ARGS -d -E"$(CPP)" $(NO_ATTR)
+
+
+################################################
+##   no changes required below this line      ##
+################################################
+
+SHELL = /bin/sh
+
+.SUFFIXES:
+.SUFFIXES: .cc .c .o .pro
+
+PRE_DEFS = -Iproto $(DEFS) $(GUI_DEFS) $(GUI_IPATH) $(CPPFLAGS) $(EXTRA_IPATHS)
+POST_DEFS = $(X_CFLAGS) $(PERL_CFLAGS) $(PYTHON_CFLAGS) $(TCL_CFLAGS) $(RUBY_CFLAGS) $(EXTRA_DEFS)
+
+ALL_CFLAGS = $(PRE_DEFS) $(CFLAGS) $(PROFILE_CFLAGS) $(POST_DEFS)
+
+LINT_CFLAGS = -DLINT -I. $(PRE_DEFS) $(POST_DEFS) -Dinline= -D__extension__= -Dalloca=alloca
+
+DEPEND_CFLAGS = -DPROTO -DDEPEND -DFEAT_GUI $(LINT_CFLAGS)
+
+PFLAGS = $(PROTO_FLAGS) -DPROTO $(LINT_CFLAGS)
+
+ALL_LIB_DIRS = $(GUI_LIBS_DIR) $(X_LIBS_DIR)
+ALL_LIBS = $(GUI_LIBS1) $(GUI_X_LIBS) $(GUI_LIBS2) $(X_PRE_LIBS) $(X_LIBS) $(X_EXTRA_LIBS) $(LIBS) $(EXTRA_LIBS) $(PERL_LIBS) $(PYTHON_LIBS) $(TCL_LIBS) $(RUBY_LIBS) $(PROFILE_LIBS)
+
+# abbreviations
+DEST_BIN = $(DESTDIR)$(BINDIR)
+DEST_VIM = $(DESTDIR)$(VIMLOC)
+DEST_RT = $(DESTDIR)$(VIMRTLOC)
+DEST_HELP = $(DESTDIR)$(HELPSUBLOC)
+DEST_COL = $(DESTDIR)$(COLSUBLOC)
+DEST_SYN = $(DESTDIR)$(SYNSUBLOC)
+DEST_IND = $(DESTDIR)$(INDSUBLOC)
+DEST_PLUG = $(DESTDIR)$(PLUGSUBLOC)
+DEST_FTP = $(DESTDIR)$(FTPLUGSUBLOC)
+DEST_LANG = $(DESTDIR)$(LANGSUBLOC)
+DEST_COMP = $(DESTDIR)$(COMPSUBLOC)
+DEST_KMAP = $(DESTDIR)$(KMAPSUBLOC)
+DEST_MACRO = $(DESTDIR)$(MACROSUBLOC)
+DEST_TOOLS = $(DESTDIR)$(TOOLSSUBLOC)
+DEST_TUTOR = $(DESTDIR)$(TUTORSUBLOC)
+DEST_SCRIPT = $(DESTDIR)$(SCRIPTLOC)
+DEST_PRINT = $(DESTDIR)$(PRINTSUBLOC)
+DEST_MAN = $(DESTDIR)$(MANSUBDIR)
+
+#	     BASIC_SRC: files that are always used
+#	       GUI_SRC: extra GUI files for current configuration
+#	   ALL_GUI_SRC: all GUI files for Unix
+#
+#		   SRC: files used for current configuration
+#	      TAGS_SRC: source files used for make tags
+#	     TAGS_INCL: include files used for make tags
+#	       ALL_SRC: source files used for make depend and make lint
+
+TAGS_INCL = *.h
+
+BASIC_SRC = \
+	buffer.c \
+	charset.c \
+	diff.c \
+	digraph.c \
+	edit.c \
+	eval.c \
+	ex_cmds.c \
+	ex_cmds2.c \
+	ex_docmd.c \
+	ex_eval.c \
+	ex_getln.c \
+	fileio.c \
+	fold.c \
+	getchar.c \
+	if_cscope.c \
+	if_xcmdsrv.c \
+	main.c \
+	mark.c \
+	memfile.c \
+	memline.c \
+	menu.c \
+	message.c \
+	misc1.c \
+	misc2.c \
+	move.c \
+	mbyte.c \
+	normal.c \
+	ops.c \
+	option.c \
+	os_unix.c \
+	auto/pathdef.c \
+	quickfix.c \
+	regexp.c \
+	screen.c \
+	search.c \
+	syntax.c \
+	tag.c \
+	term.c \
+	ui.c \
+	undo.c \
+	version.c \
+	window.c \
+	$(OS_EXTRA_SRC)
+
+SRC =	$(BASIC_SRC) $(GUI_SRC) $(HANGULIN_SRC) $(PERL_SRC) $(PYTHON_SRC) \
+	$(TCL_SRC) $(RUBY_SRC) $(SNIFF_SRC) $(WORKSHOP_SRC) $(WSDEBUG_SRC)
+
+TAGS_SRC = *.c *.cpp if_perl.xs
+
+EXTRA_SRC = hangulin.c auto/if_perl.c if_perlsfio.c if_python.c if_tcl.c \
+		if_ruby.c if_sniff.c gui_beval.c \
+		workshop.c wsdebug.c integration.c netbeans.c
+
+# All sources, also the ones that are not configured
+ALL_SRC = $(BASIC_SRC) $(ALL_GUI_SRC) $(EXTRA_SRC)
+
+# Which files to check with lint.  Select one of these three lines.  ALL_SRC
+# checks more, but may not work well for checking a GUI that wasn't configured.
+# The perl sources also don't work well with lint.
+LINT_SRC = $(BASIC_SRC) $(GUI_SRC) $(HANGULIN_SRC) $(PYTHON_SRC) $(TCL_SRC) \
+	$(SNIFF_SRC) $(WORKSHOP_SRC) $(WSDEBUG_SRC) $(NETBEANS_SRC)
+#LINT_SRC = $(SRC)
+#LINT_SRC = $(ALL_SRC)
+
+OBJ = \
+	objects/buffer.o \
+	objects/charset.o \
+	objects/diff.o \
+	objects/digraph.o \
+	objects/edit.o \
+	objects/eval.o \
+	objects/ex_cmds.o \
+	objects/ex_cmds2.o \
+	objects/ex_docmd.o \
+	objects/ex_eval.o \
+	objects/ex_getln.o \
+	objects/fileio.o \
+	objects/fold.o \
+	objects/getchar.o \
+	$(HANGULIN_OBJ) \
+	objects/if_cscope.o \
+	objects/if_xcmdsrv.o \
+	objects/main.o \
+	objects/mark.o \
+	objects/memfile.o \
+	objects/memline.o \
+	objects/menu.o \
+	objects/message.o \
+	objects/misc1.o \
+	objects/misc2.o \
+	objects/move.o \
+	objects/mbyte.o \
+	objects/normal.o \
+	objects/ops.o \
+	objects/option.o \
+	objects/os_unix.o \
+	objects/pathdef.o \
+	objects/quickfix.o \
+	objects/regexp.o \
+	objects/screen.o \
+	objects/search.o \
+	objects/syntax.o \
+	$(SNIFF_OBJ) \
+	objects/tag.o \
+	objects/term.o \
+	objects/ui.o \
+	objects/undo.o \
+	objects/window.o \
+	$(GUI_OBJ) \
+	$(PERL_OBJ) \
+	$(PYTHON_OBJ) \
+	$(TCL_OBJ) \
+	$(RUBY_OBJ) \
+	$(OS_EXTRA_OBJ) \
+	$(WORKSHOP_OBJ) \
+	$(NETBEANS_OBJ) \
+	$(WSDEBUG_OBJ)
+
+PRO_AUTO = \
+	buffer.pro \
+	charset.pro \
+	diff.pro \
+	digraph.pro \
+	edit.pro \
+	eval.pro \
+	ex_cmds.pro \
+	ex_cmds2.pro \
+	ex_docmd.pro \
+	ex_eval.pro \
+	ex_getln.pro \
+	fileio.pro \
+	fold.pro \
+	getchar.pro \
+	hangulin.pro \
+	if_cscope.pro \
+	if_xcmdsrv.pro \
+	if_python.pro \
+	if_ruby.pro \
+	main.pro \
+	mark.pro \
+	memfile.pro \
+	memline.pro \
+	menu.pro \
+	message.pro \
+	misc1.pro \
+	misc2.pro \
+	move.pro \
+	mbyte.pro \
+	normal.pro \
+	ops.pro \
+	option.pro \
+	os_unix.pro \
+	quickfix.pro \
+	regexp.pro \
+	screen.pro \
+	search.pro \
+	syntax.pro \
+	tag.pro \
+	term.pro \
+	termlib.pro \
+	ui.pro \
+	undo.pro \
+	version.pro \
+	window.pro \
+	gui_beval.pro \
+	workshop.pro \
+	netbeans.pro \
+	$(ALL_GUI_PRO) \
+	$(TCL_PRO)
+
+PRO_MANUAL = os_amiga.pro os_msdos.pro os_win16.pro os_win32.pro \
+	os_mswin.pro os_beos.pro os_vms.pro os_riscos.pro $(PERL_PRO)
+
+# Default target is making the executable and tools
+all: $(VIMTARGET) $(TOOLS) languages
+
+tools: $(TOOLS)
+
+# Run configure with all the setting from above.
+#
+# Note: auto/config.h doesn't depend on configure, because running configure
+# doesn't always update auto/config.h.  The timestamp isn't changed if the
+# file contents didn't change (to avoid recompiling everything).  Including a
+# dependency on auto/config.h would cause running configure each time when
+# auto/config.h isn't updated.  The dependency on auto/config.mk should make
+# sure configure is run when it's needed.
+#
+config auto/config.mk: auto/configure config.mk.in config.h.in
+	GUI_INC_LOC="$(GUI_INC_LOC)" GUI_LIB_LOC="$(GUI_LIB_LOC)" \
+		CC="$(CC)" CPPFLAGS="$(CPPFLAGS)" CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)" \
+		LDFLAGS="$(LDFLAGS)" $(CONF_SHELL) srcdir="$(srcdir)" \
+		./configure $(CONF_OPT_GUI) $(CONF_OPT_X) $(CONF_OPT_XSMP) \
+		$(CONF_OPT_DARWIN) $(CONF_OPT_PERL) $(CONF_OPT_PYTHON) \
+		$(CONF_OPT_TCL) $(CONF_OPT_RUBY) $(CONF_OPT_NLS) \
+		$(CONF_OPT_CSCOPE) $(CONF_OPT_MULTIBYTE) $(CONF_OPT_INPUT) \
+		$(CONF_OPT_OUTPUT) $(CONF_OPT_GPM) $(CONF_OPT_WORKSHOP) \
+		$(CONF_OPT_SNIFF) $(CONF_OPT_FEAT) $(CONF_TERM_LIB) \
+		$(CONF_OPT_COMPBY) $(CONF_OPT_ACL)  $(CONF_OPT_NETBEANS) \
+		$(CONF_ARGS)
+
+# Use "make reconfig" to rerun configure without cached values.
+# When config.h changes, most things will be recompiled automatically.
+# Use "myself" to make "all" with a possibly changed auto/config.mk.
+reconfig: scratch clean config myself
+
+# Run autoconf to produce auto/configure.
+# Note:
+# - DO NOT RUN autoconf MANUALLY!  It will overwrite ./configure instead of
+#   producing auto/configure.
+# - autoconf is not run automatically, because a patch usually changes both
+#   configure.in and auto/configure but can't update the timestamps.  People
+#   who do not have (the correct version of) autoconf would run into trouble.
+#
+# Two tricks are required to make autoconf put its output in the "auto" dir:
+# - Temporarily move the ./configure script to ./configure.save.  Don't
+#   overwrite it, it's probably the result of an aborted autoconf.
+# - Use sed to change ./config.log to auto/config.log in the configure script.
+autoconf:
+	if test ! -f configure.save; then mv configure configure.save; fi
+	autoconf
+	sed -e 's+\./config.log+auto/config.log+' configure > auto/configure
+	chmod 755 auto/configure
+	mv -f configure.save configure
+	-rm -f auto/config.status auto/config.cache
+
+# Re-execute this Makefile to include the new auto/config.mk produced by
+# configure Only used when typing "make" with a fresh auto/config.mk.
+myself:
+	$(MAKE) -f Makefile all
+
+
+# The normal command to compile a .c file to its .o file.
+CCC = $(CC) -c -I$(srcdir) $(ALL_CFLAGS)
+
+
+# Link the target for normal use or debugging.
+# A shell script is used to try linking without unneccesary libraries.
+$(VIMTARGET): auto/config.mk objects $(OBJ) version.c version.h
+	$(CCC) version.c -o objects/version.o
+	@LINK="$(PURIFY) $(SHRPENV) $(CClink) $(ALL_LIB_DIRS) $(LDFLAGS) \
+		-o $(VIMTARGET) $(OBJ) objects/version.o $(ALL_LIBS)" \
+		MAKE="$(MAKE)" sh $(srcdir)/link.sh
+
+xxd/xxd$(EXEEXT): xxd/xxd.c
+	cd xxd; CC="$(CC)" CFLAGS="$(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS)" \
+		$(MAKE) -f Makefile
+
+# Build the language specific files if they were unpacked.
+# Generate the converted .mo files separately, it's no problem if this fails.
+languages:
+	@if test -n "$(MAKEMO)" -a -f $(PODIR)/Makefile; then \
+		cd $(PODIR); CC="$(CC)" $(MAKE) prefix=$(DESTDIR)$(prefix); \
+	fi
+	-@if test -n "$(MAKEMO)" -a -f $(PODIR)/Makefile; then \
+		cd $(PODIR); CC="$(CC)" $(MAKE) prefix=$(DESTDIR)$(prefix) converted; \
+	fi
+
+# Update the *.po files for changes in the sources.  Only run manually.
+update-po:
+	cd $(PODIR); CC="$(CC)" $(MAKE) prefix=$(DESTDIR)$(prefix) update-po
+
+# Generate function prototypes.  This is not needed to compile vim, but if
+# you want to use it, cproto is out there on the net somewhere -- Webb
+#
+# When generating os_amiga.pro, os_msdos.pro and os_win32.pro there will be a
+# few include files that can not be found, that's OK.
+
+proto: $(PRO_AUTO) $(PRO_MANUAL)
+
+### Would be nice if this would work for "normal" make.
+### Currently it only works for (Free)BSD make.
+#$(PRO_AUTO): $$(*F).c
+#	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DFEAT_GUI $(*F).c > $@
+
+# Always define FEAT_GUI.  This may generate a few warnings if it's also
+# defined in auto/config.h, you can ignore that.
+.c.pro:
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DFEAT_GUI $< > proto/$@
+	echo "/* vim: set ft=c : */" >> proto/$@
+
+os_amiga.pro: os_amiga.c
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DAMIGA -UHAVE_CONFIG_H -DBPTR=char* $< > proto/$@
+	echo "/* vim: set ft=c : */" >> proto/$@
+
+os_msdos.pro: os_msdos.c
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DMSDOS -UHAVE_CONFIG_H $< > proto/$@
+	echo "/* vim: set ft=c : */" >> proto/$@
+
+os_win16.pro: os_win16.c
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DWIN16 -UHAVE_CONFIG_H $< > proto/$@
+	echo "/* vim: set ft=c : */" >> proto/$@
+
+os_win32.pro: os_win32.c
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DWIN32 -UHAVE_CONFIG_H $< > proto/$@
+	echo "/* vim: set ft=c : */" >> proto/$@
+
+os_mswin.pro: os_mswin.c
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DWIN16 -DWIN32 -UHAVE_CONFIG_H $< > proto/$@
+	echo "/* vim: set ft=c : */" >> proto/$@
+
+os_beos.pro: os_beos.c
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -D__BEOS__ -UHAVE_CONFIG_H $< > proto/$@
+	echo "/* vim: set ft=c : */" >> proto/$@
+
+os_vms.pro: os_vms.c
+# must use os_vms_conf.h for auto/config.h
+	mv auto/config.h auto/config.h.save
+	cp os_vms_conf.h auto/config.h
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DVMS -UFEAT_GUI_ATHENA -UFEAT_GUI_NEXTAW -UFEAT_GUI_MOTIF -UFEAT_GUI_GTK $< > proto/$@
+	echo "/* vim: set ft=c : */" >> proto/$@
+	rm auto/config.h
+	mv auto/config.h.save auto/config.h
+
+# if_perl.pro is special: Use the generated if_perl.c for input and remove
+# prototypes for local functions.
+if_perl.pro: auto/if_perl.c
+	cproto $(PFLAGS) -DFEAT_GUI auto/if_perl.c | sed "/_VI/d" > proto/$@
+
+
+notags:
+	-rm -f tags
+
+# Note: tags is made for the currently configured version, can't include both
+#	Motif and Athena GUI
+# You can ignore error messages for missing files.
+tags TAGS: notags
+	$(TAGPRG) $(TAGS_SRC) $(TAGS_INCL)
+
+# Make a highlight file for types.  Requires Exuberant ctags and awk
+types: types.vim
+types.vim: $(TAGS_SRC) $(TAGS_INCL)
+	ctags --c-kinds=gstu -o- $(TAGS_SRC) $(TAGS_INCL) |\
+		awk 'BEGIN{printf("syntax keyword Type\t")}\
+			{printf("%s ", $$1)}END{print ""}' > $@
+
+# Execute the test scripts.  Run these after compiling Vim, before installing.
+# This doesn't depend on $(VIMTARGET), because that won't work when configure
+# wasn't run yet.  Restart make to build it instead.
+#
+# This will produce a lot of garbage on your screen, including a few error
+# messages.  Don't worry about that.
+# If there is a real error, there will be a difference between "test.out" and
+# a "test99.ok" file.
+# If everything is allright, the final message will be "ALL DONE".
+#
+test check:
+	$(MAKE) -f Makefile $(VIMTARGET)
+	cd testdir; $(MAKE) -f Makefile $(GUI_TESTTARGET) VIMPROG=../$(VIMTARGET)
+
+testclean:
+	cd testdir; $(MAKE) -f Makefile clean
+
+#
+# Avoid overwriting an existing executable, somebody might be running it and
+# overwriting it could cause it to crash.  Deleting it is OK, it won't be
+# really deleted until all running processes for it have exited.  It is
+# renamed first, in case the deleting doesn't work.
+#
+# If you want to keep an older version, rename it before running "make
+# install".
+#
+install: $(GUI_INSTALL)
+
+install_normal: installvim installtools install-languages install-icons
+
+installvim: installvimbin installruntime installlinks installhelplinks installmacros installtutor
+
+installvimbin: $(VIMTARGET) $(DESTDIR)$(exec_prefix) $(DEST_BIN)
+	-if test -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMTARGET); then \
+	  mv -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMTARGET) $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMNAME).rm; \
+	  rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMNAME).rm; \
+	fi
+	$(INSTALL_PROG) $(VIMTARGET) $(DEST_BIN)
+	$(STRIP) $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMTARGET)
+	chmod $(BINMOD) $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMTARGET)
+# may create a link to the new executable from /usr/bin/vi
+	-$(LINKIT)
+
+# install the help files; first adjust the contents for the location
+installruntime: $(HELPSOURCE)/vim.1 $(DEST_MAN) $(DEST_VIM) $(DEST_RT) \
+		$(DEST_HELP) $(DEST_PRINT) $(DEST_COL) $(DEST_SYN) $(DEST_IND) \
+		$(DEST_FTP) $(DEST_PLUG) $(DEST_TUTOR) $(DEST_COMP)
+	@echo generating $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMNAME).1
+	@sed -e s+/usr/local/lib/vim+$(VIMLOC)+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/doc+$(HELPSUBLOC)+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/syntax+$(SYNSUBLOC)+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/tutor+$(TUTORSUBLOC)+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/vimrc+$(VIMRCLOC)/vimrc+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/gvimrc+$(VIMRCLOC)/gvimrc+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/menu.vim+$(SCRIPTLOC)/menu.vim+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/bugreport.vim+$(SCRIPTLOC)/bugreport.vim+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/filetype.vim+$(SCRIPTLOC)/filetype.vim+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/ftoff.vim+$(SCRIPTLOC)/ftoff.vim+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/scripts.vim+$(SCRIPTLOC)/scripts.vim+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/optwin.vim+$(SCRIPTLOC)/optwin.vim+ \
+		-e 's+$(VIMLOC)/\*.ps+$(SCRIPTLOC)/\*.ps+' \
+		$(HELPSOURCE)/vim.1 > $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMNAME).1
+	chmod $(MANMOD) $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMNAME).1
+	@echo generating $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMNAME)tutor.1
+	@sed -e s+/usr/local/lib/vim+$(VIMLOC)+ \
+		-e s+$(VIMLOC)/tutor+$(TUTORSUBLOC)+ \
+		$(HELPSOURCE)/vimtutor.1 > $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMNAME)tutor.1
+	chmod $(MANMOD) $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMNAME)tutor.1
+	$(INSTALL_DATA)  $(HELPSOURCE)/vimdiff.1 $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMDIFFNAME).1
+	chmod $(MANMOD) $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMDIFFNAME).1
+	@echo generating $(DEST_MAN)/$(EVIMNAME).1
+	@sed -e s+/usr/local/lib/vim+$(SCRIPTLOC)+ \
+		$(HELPSOURCE)/evim.1 > $(DEST_MAN)/$(EVIMNAME).1
+	chmod $(MANMOD) $(DEST_MAN)/$(EVIMNAME).1
+	@echo generating help tags
+# Generate the help tags with ":helptags" to handle all languages.
+	-@cd $(HELPSOURCE); $(MAKE) VIMEXE=$(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMTARGET) vimtags
+	cd $(HELPSOURCE); \
+		files=`ls *.txt tags`; \
+		files="$$files `ls *.??x tags-?? 2>/dev/null || true`"; \
+		$(INSTALL_DATA) $$files  $(DEST_HELP); \
+		cd $(DEST_HELP); \
+		chmod $(HELPMOD) $$files
+	$(INSTALL_DATA)  $(HELPSOURCE)/*.pl $(DEST_HELP)
+	chmod $(SCRIPTMOD) $(DEST_HELP)/*.pl
+# install the menu files
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/menu.vim $(SYS_MENU_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_MENU_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/synmenu.vim $(SYS_SYNMENU_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_SYNMENU_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/delmenu.vim $(SYS_DELMENU_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_DELMENU_FILE)
+# install the evim file
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/mswin.vim $(MSWIN_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(MSWIN_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/evim.vim $(EVIM_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(EVIM_FILE)
+# install the bugreport file
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/bugreport.vim $(SYS_BUGR_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_BUGR_FILE)
+# install the example vimrc files
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/vimrc_example.vim $(DEST_SCRIPT)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(DEST_SCRIPT)/vimrc_example.vim
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/gvimrc_example.vim $(DEST_SCRIPT)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(DEST_SCRIPT)/gvimrc_example.vim
+# install the file type detection files
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/filetype.vim $(SYS_FILETYPE_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_FILETYPE_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/ftoff.vim $(SYS_FTOFF_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_FTOFF_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/scripts.vim $(SYS_SCRIPTS_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_SCRIPTS_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/ftplugin.vim $(SYS_FTPLUGIN_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_FTPLUGIN_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/ftplugof.vim $(SYS_FTPLUGOF_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_FTPLUGOF_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/indent.vim $(SYS_INDENT_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_INDENT_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/indoff.vim $(SYS_INDOFF_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_INDOFF_FILE)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/optwin.vim $(SYS_OPTWIN_FILE)
+	chmod $(VIMSCRIPTMOD) $(SYS_OPTWIN_FILE)
+# install the print resource files
+	cd $(PRINTSOURCE); $(INSTALL_DATA) *.ps $(DEST_PRINT)
+	cd $(DEST_PRINT); chmod $(FILEMOD) *.ps
+# install the colorscheme files
+	cd $(COLSOURCE); $(INSTALL_DATA) *.vim README.txt $(DEST_COL)
+	cd $(DEST_COL); chmod $(HELPMOD) *.vim README.txt
+# install the syntax files
+	cd $(SYNSOURCE); $(INSTALL_DATA) *.vim README.txt $(DEST_SYN)
+	cd $(DEST_SYN); chmod $(HELPMOD) *.vim README.txt
+# install the indent files
+	cd $(INDSOURCE); $(INSTALL_DATA) *.vim README.txt $(DEST_IND)
+	cd $(DEST_IND); chmod $(HELPMOD) *.vim README.txt
+# install the standard plugin files
+	cd $(PLUGSOURCE); $(INSTALL_DATA) *.vim README.txt $(DEST_PLUG)
+	cd $(DEST_PLUG); chmod $(HELPMOD) *.vim README.txt
+# install the ftplugin files
+	cd $(FTPLUGSOURCE); $(INSTALL_DATA) *.vim README.txt $(DEST_FTP)
+	cd $(DEST_FTP); chmod $(HELPMOD) *.vim README.txt
+# install the compiler files
+	cd $(COMPSOURCE); $(INSTALL_DATA) *.vim README.txt $(DEST_COMP)
+	cd $(DEST_COMP); chmod $(HELPMOD) *.vim README.txt
+
+installmacros: $(MACROSOURCE) $(DEST_VIM) $(DEST_RT) $(DEST_MACRO)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA_R) $(MACROSOURCE)/* $(DEST_MACRO)
+	chmod $(DIRMOD) `find $(DEST_MACRO) -type d -print`
+	chmod $(FILEMOD) `find $(DEST_MACRO) -type f -print`
+	chmod $(SCRIPTMOD) $(DEST_MACRO)/less.sh
+# When using CVS some CVS directories might have been copied.
+	cvs=`find $(DEST_MACRO) \( -name CVS -o -name AAPDIR \) -print`; \
+	      if test -n "$$cvs"; then \
+		 rm -rf $$cvs; \
+	      fi
+
+# install the tutor files
+installtutor: $(TUTORSOURCE) $(DEST_VIM) $(DEST_RT) $(DEST_TUTOR)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) vimtutor $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMNAME)tutor
+	chmod $(SCRIPTMOD) $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMNAME)tutor
+	-$(INSTALL_DATA) $(TUTORSOURCE)/README* $(TUTORSOURCE)/tutor* $(DEST_TUTOR)
+	chmod $(HELPMOD) $(DEST_TUTOR)/*
+
+# install helper program xxd
+installtools: $(TOOLS) $(DESTDIR)$(exec_prefix) $(DEST_BIN) $(DEST_MAN) \
+		$(TOOLSSOURCE) $(DEST_VIM) $(DEST_RT) $(DEST_TOOLS)
+	if test -f $(DEST_BIN)/xxd$(EXEEXT); then \
+	  mv -f $(DEST_BIN)/xxd$(EXEEXT) $(DEST_BIN)/xxd.rm; \
+	  rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/xxd.rm; \
+	fi
+	$(INSTALL_PROG) xxd/xxd$(EXEEXT) $(DEST_BIN)
+	$(STRIP) $(DEST_BIN)/xxd$(EXEEXT)
+	chmod $(BINMOD) $(DEST_BIN)/xxd$(EXEEXT)
+	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(HELPSOURCE)/xxd.1 $(DEST_MAN)
+	chmod $(MANMOD) $(DEST_MAN)/xxd.1
+# install the runtime tools
+	$(INSTALL_DATA_R) $(TOOLSSOURCE)/* $(DEST_TOOLS)
+# When using CVS some CVS directories might have been copied.
+	cvs=`find $(DEST_TOOLS) \( -name CVS -o -name AAPDIR \) -print`; \
+	      if test -n "$$cvs"; then \
+		 rm -rf $$cvs; \
+	      fi
+	-chmod $(FILEMOD) $(DEST_TOOLS)/*
+# replace the path in some tools
+	perlpath=`./which.sh perl` && sed -e "s+/usr/bin/perl+$$perlpath+" $(TOOLSSOURCE)/efm_perl.pl >$(DEST_TOOLS)/efm_perl.pl
+	awkpath=`./which.sh nawk` && sed -e "s+/usr/bin/nawk+$$awkpath+" $(TOOLSSOURCE)/mve.awk >$(DEST_TOOLS)/mve.awk; if test -z "$$awkpath"; then \
+		awkpath=`./which.sh gawk` && sed -e "s+/usr/bin/nawk+$$awkpath+" $(TOOLSSOURCE)/mve.awk >$(DEST_TOOLS)/mve.awk; if test -z "$$awkpath"; then \
+		awkpath=`./which.sh awk` && sed -e "s+/usr/bin/nawk+$$awkpath+" $(TOOLSSOURCE)/mve.awk >$(DEST_TOOLS)/mve.awk; fi; fi
+	-chmod $(SCRIPTMOD) `grep -l "^#!" $(DEST_TOOLS)/*`
+
+# install the language specific files, if they were unpacked
+install-languages: languages $(DEST_LANG) $(DEST_KMAP)
+	if test -n "$(MAKEMO)" -a -f $(PODIR)/Makefile; then \
+	   cd $(PODIR); $(MAKE) prefix=$(DESTDIR)$(prefix) LOCALEDIR=$(DEST_LANG) \
+	   INSTALL_DATA=$(INSTALL_DATA) FILEMOD=$(FILEMOD) install; \
+	fi
+	if test -d $(LANGSOURCE); then \
+	   $(INSTALL_DATA) $(LANGSOURCE)/README.txt $(LANGSOURCE)/*.vim $(DEST_LANG); \
+	   chmod $(FILEMOD) $(DEST_LANG)/README.txt $(DEST_LANG)/*.vim; \
+	fi
+	if test -d $(KMAPSOURCE); then \
+	   $(INSTALL_DATA) $(KMAPSOURCE)/README.txt $(KMAPSOURCE)/*.vim $(DEST_KMAP); \
+	   chmod $(FILEMOD) $(DEST_KMAP)/README.txt $(DEST_KMAP)/*.vim; \
+	fi
+
+# install the icons for KDE, if the directory exists and the icon doesn't.
+ICON48PATH = $(DESTDIR)$(DATADIR)/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps
+ICON32PATH = $(DESTDIR)$(DATADIR)/icons/locolor/32x32/apps
+ICON16PATH = $(DESTDIR)$(DATADIR)/icons/locolor/16x16/apps
+KDEPATH = $(HOME)/.kde/share/icons
+install-icons:
+	if test -d $(ICON48PATH) -a -w $(ICON48PATH) \
+		-a ! -f $(ICON48PATH)/gvim.png; then \
+	   $(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/vim48x48.png $(ICON48PATH)/gvim.png; \
+	fi
+	if test -d $(ICON32PATH) -a -w $(ICON32PATH) \
+		-a ! -f $(ICON32PATH)/gvim.png; then \
+	   $(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/vim32x32.png $(ICON32PATH)/gvim.png; \
+	fi
+	if test -d $(ICON16PATH) -a -w $(ICON16PATH) \
+		-a ! -f $(ICON16PATH)/gvim.png; then \
+	   $(INSTALL_DATA) $(SCRIPTSOURCE)/vim16x16.png $(ICON16PATH)/gvim.png; \
+	fi
+
+
+$(HELPSOURCE)/vim.1 $(MACROSOURCE) $(TOOLSSOURCE):
+	@echo Runtime files not found.
+	@echo You need to unpack the runtime archive before running "make install".
+	test -f error
+
+$(DESTDIR)$(exec_prefix) $(DEST_BIN) $(DEST_MAN) $(DEST_VIM) $(DEST_RT) $(DEST_HELP) \
+		$(DEST_PRINT) $(DEST_COL) $(DEST_SYN) $(DEST_IND) $(DEST_FTP) \
+		$(DEST_LANG) $(DEST_KMAP) $(DEST_COMP) \
+		$(DEST_MACRO) $(DEST_TOOLS) $(DEST_TUTOR) $(DEST_PLUG):
+	-$(SHELL) ./mkinstalldirs $@
+	-chmod $(DIRMOD) $@
+
+# create links from various names to vim.  This is only done when the links
+# (or executables with the same name) don't exist yet.
+installlinks: $(GUI_TARGETS) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(EXTARGET) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(VIEWTARGET) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(RVIMTARGET) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(RVIEWTARGET) \
+			$(INSTALLVIMDIFF)
+
+installglinks: $(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIMTARGET) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIEWTARGET) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(RGVIMTARGET) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(RGVIEWTARGET) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(EVIMTARGET) \
+			$(DEST_BIN)/$(EVIEWTARGET) \
+			$(INSTALLGVIMDIFF)
+
+installvimdiff: $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMDIFFTARGET)
+installgvimdiff: $(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIMDIFFTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(EXTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(EXTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(VIEWTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(VIEWTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIMTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(GVIMTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIEWTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(GVIEWTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(RVIMTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(RVIMTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(RVIEWTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(RVIEWTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(RGVIMTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(RGVIMTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(RGVIEWTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(RGVIEWTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMDIFFTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(VIMDIFFTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIMDIFFTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(GVIMDIFFTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(EVIMTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(EVIMTARGET)
+
+$(DEST_BIN)/$(EVIEWTARGET):
+	cd $(DEST_BIN); ln -s $(VIMTARGET) $(EVIEWTARGET)
+
+# create links for the manual pages with various names to vim.	This is only
+# done when the links (or manpages with the same name) don't exist yet.
+installhelplinks: $(GUI_MAN_TARGETS) \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(EXNAME).1 \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(VIEWNAME).1 \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(RVIMNAME).1 \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(RVIEWNAME).1
+
+installghelplinks: $(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIMNAME).1 \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIEWNAME).1 \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(RGVIMNAME).1 \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(RGVIEWNAME).1 \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIMDIFFNAME).1 \
+			$(DEST_MAN)/$(EVIEWNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(EXNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMNAME).1 $(EXNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(VIEWNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMNAME).1 $(VIEWNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIMNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMNAME).1 $(GVIMNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIEWNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMNAME).1 $(GVIEWNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(RVIMNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMNAME).1 $(RVIMNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(RVIEWNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMNAME).1 $(RVIEWNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(RGVIMNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMNAME).1 $(RGVIMNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(RGVIEWNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMNAME).1 $(RGVIEWNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIMDIFFNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(VIMDIFFNAME).1 $(GVIMDIFFNAME).1
+
+$(DEST_MAN)/$(EVIEWNAME).1:
+	cd $(DEST_MAN); ln -s $(EVIMNAME).1 $(EVIEWNAME).1
+
+uninstall: uninstall_runtime
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMTARGET)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMNAME).1 $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMNAME)tutor.1
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/vimtutor
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/xxd$(EXEEXT) $(DEST_MAN)/xxd.1
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(EXTARGET) $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIEWTARGET)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIMTARGET) $(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIEWTARGET)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(RVIMTARGET) $(DEST_BIN)/$(RVIEWTARGET)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(RGVIMTARGET) $(DEST_BIN)/$(RGVIEWTARGET)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(VIMDIFFTARGET) $(DEST_BIN)/$(GVIMDIFFTARGET)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_BIN)/$(EVIMTARGET) $(DEST_BIN)/$(EVIEWTARGET)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_MAN)/$(EXNAME).1 $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIEWNAME).1
+	-rm -f $(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIMNAME).1 $(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIEWNAME).1
+	-rm -f $(DEST_MAN)/$(RVIMNAME).1 $(DEST_MAN)/$(RVIEWNAME).1
+	-rm -f $(DEST_MAN)/$(RGVIMNAME).1 $(DEST_MAN)/$(RGVIEWNAME).1
+	-rm -f $(DEST_MAN)/$(VIMDIFFNAME).1 $(DEST_MAN)/$(GVIMDIFFNAME).1
+	-rm -f $(DEST_MAN)/$(EVIMNAME).1 $(DEST_MAN)/$(EVIEWNAME).1
+
+# Note: the "rmdir" will fail if any files were added after "make install"
+uninstall_runtime:
+	-rm -f $(DEST_HELP)/*.txt $(DEST_HELP)/tags $(DEST_HELP)/*.pl
+	-rm -f $(DEST_HELP)/*.??x $(DEST_HELP)/tags-??
+	-rm -f $(SYS_MENU_FILE) $(SYS_SYNMENU_FILE) $(SYS_DELMENU_FILE)
+	-rm -f $(SYS_BUGR_FILE) $(EVIM_FILE) $(MSWIN_FILE)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_SCRIPT)/gvimrc_example.vim $(DEST_SCRIPT)/vimrc_example.vim
+	-rm -f $(SYS_FILETYPE_FILE) $(SYS_FTOFF_FILE) $(SYS_SCRIPTS_FILE)
+	-rm -f $(SYS_INDOFF_FILE) $(SYS_INDENT_FILE)
+	-rm -f $(SYS_FTPLUGOF_FILE) $(SYS_FTPLUGIN_FILE)
+	-rm -f $(SYS_OPTWIN_FILE)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_COL)/*.vim $(DEST_COL)/README.txt
+	-rm -f $(DEST_SYN)/*.vim $(DEST_SYN)/README.txt
+	-rm -f $(DEST_IND)/*.vim $(DEST_IND)/README.txt
+	-rm -rf $(DEST_MACRO)
+	-rm -rf $(DEST_TUTOR)
+	-rm -rf $(DEST_TOOLS)
+	-rm -rf $(DEST_LANG)
+	-rm -rf $(DEST_KMAP)
+	-rm -rf $(DEST_COMP)
+	-rm -f $(DEST_PRINT)/*.ps
+	-rmdir $(DEST_HELP) $(DEST_PRINT) $(DEST_COL) $(DEST_SYN) $(DEST_IND)
+	-rm -rf $(DEST_FTP)/*.vim $(DEST_FTP)/README.txt
+	-rm -f $(DEST_PLUG)/*.vim $(DEST_PLUG)/README.txt
+	-rmdir $(DEST_FTP) $(DEST_PLUG) $(DEST_RT)
+#	This will fail when other Vim versions are installed, no worries.
+	-rmdir $(DEST_VIM)
+
+# Clean up all the files that have been produced, except configure's.
+# We support common typing mistakes for Juergen! :-)
+clean celan: testclean
+	-rm -f *.o objects/* core $(VIMTARGET).core $(VIMTARGET) xxd/*.o
+	-rm -f $(TOOLS) auto/osdef.h auto/pathdef.c auto/if_perl.c
+	-rm -f conftest* *~ auto/link.sed
+	if test -d $(PODIR); then \
+		cd $(PODIR); $(MAKE) prefix=$(DESTDIR)$(prefix) clean; \
+	fi
+
+# Make a shadow directory for compilation on another system or with different
+# features.
+SHADOWDIR = shadow
+
+shadow:	runtime pixmaps
+	mkdir $(SHADOWDIR)
+	cd $(SHADOWDIR); ln -s ../*.[ch] ../*.in ../*.sh ../*.xs ../*.xbm ../toolcheck ../proto ../vimtutor ../mkinstalldirs .
+	mkdir $(SHADOWDIR)/auto
+	cd $(SHADOWDIR)/auto; ln -s ../../auto/configure .
+	cd $(SHADOWDIR); rm -f auto/link.sed
+	cp Makefile configure $(SHADOWDIR)
+	rm -f $(SHADOWDIR)/auto/config.mk $(SHADOWDIR)/config.mk.dist
+	cp config.mk.dist $(SHADOWDIR)/auto/config.mk
+	cp config.mk.dist $(SHADOWDIR)
+	mkdir $(SHADOWDIR)/xxd
+	cd $(SHADOWDIR)/xxd; ln -s ../../xxd/*.[ch] ../../xxd/Make* .
+	mkdir $(SHADOWDIR)/testdir
+	cd $(SHADOWDIR)/testdir; ln -s ../../testdir/Makefile \
+				 ../../testdir/vimrc.unix \
+				 ../../testdir/*.in \
+				 ../../testdir/unix.vim \
+				 ../../testdir/*.ok .
+
+# Link needed for doing "make install" in a shadow directory.
+runtime:
+	-ln -s ../runtime .
+
+# Link needed for doing "make" using GTK in a shadow directory.
+pixmaps:
+	-ln -s ../pixmaps .
+
+# Update the synmenu.vim file with the latest Syntax menu.
+# This is only needed when runtime/makemenu.vim was changed.
+menu: ./vim ../runtime/makemenu.vim
+	./vim -u ../runtime/makemenu.vim
+
+# Start configure from scratch
+scrub scratch:
+	-rm -f auto/config.status auto/config.cache config.log auto/config.log
+	-rm -f auto/config.h auto/link.log auto/link.sed auto/config.mk
+	touch auto/config.h
+	cp config.mk.dist auto/config.mk
+
+distclean: clean scratch
+	-rm -f tags
+
+dist: distclean
+	@echo
+	@echo Making the distribution has to be done in the top directory
+
+mdepend:
+	-@rm -f Makefile~
+	cp Makefile Makefile~
+	sed -e '/\#\#\# Dependencies/q' < Makefile > tmp_make
+	@for i in $(ALL_SRC) ; do \
+	  echo "$$i" ; \
+	  echo `echo "$$i" | sed -e 's/[^ ]*\.c$$/objects\/\1.o/'`": $$i" `\
+	    $(CPP) $$i |\
+	    grep '^# .*"\./.*\.h"' |\
+	    sort -t'"' -u +1 -2 |\
+	    sed -e 's/.*"\.\/\(.*\)".*/\1/'\
+	    ` >> tmp_make ; \
+	done
+	mv tmp_make Makefile
+
+depend:
+	-@rm -f Makefile~
+	cp Makefile Makefile~
+	sed -e '/\#\#\# Dependencies/q' < Makefile > tmp_make
+	-for i in $(ALL_SRC); do echo $$i; \
+		$(CPP_DEPEND) $$i | \
+		sed -e 's+^\([^ ]*\.o\)+objects/\1+' >> tmp_make; done
+	mv tmp_make Makefile
+
+lint:
+	lint $(LINT_OPTIONS) $(LINT_CFLAGS) -DUSE_SNIFF -DHANGUL_INPUT $(LINT_SRC)
+
+# Check dosinst.c with lint.
+lintinstall:
+	lint $(LINT_OPTIONS) -DWIN32 -DUNIX_LINT dosinst.c
+
+###########################################################################
+
+.c.o:
+	$(CCC) $<
+
+.cc.o:
+	$(CCC) $<
+
+auto/if_perl.c: if_perl.xs
+	$(PERL) -e 'unless ( $$] >= 5.005 ) { for (qw(na defgv errgv)) { print "#define PL_$$_ $$_\n" }}' > $@
+	$(PERL) $(PERLLIB)/ExtUtils/xsubpp -prototypes -typemap \
+	    $(PERLLIB)/ExtUtils/typemap if_perl.xs >> $@
+
+auto/osdef.h: auto/config.h osdef.sh osdef1.h.in osdef2.h.in
+	CC="$(CC) $(ALL_CFLAGS)" srcdir=$(srcdir) sh $(srcdir)/osdef.sh
+
+QUOTESED = sed -e 's/"/\\"/g' -e 's/\\"/"/' -e 's/\\";$$/";/'
+auto/pathdef.c: Makefile auto/config.mk
+	-@echo creating $@
+	-@echo '/* pathdef.c */' > $@
+	-@echo '/* This file is automatically created by Makefile' >> $@
+	-@echo ' * DO NOT EDIT!  Change Makefile only. */' >> $@
+	-@echo '#include "vim.h"' >> $@
+	-@echo 'char_u *default_vim_dir = (char_u *)"$(VIMRCLOC)";' | $(QUOTESED) >> $@
+	-@echo 'char_u *default_vimruntime_dir = (char_u *)"$(VIMRUNTIMEDIR)";' | $(QUOTESED) >> $@
+	-@echo 'char_u *all_cflags = (char_u *)"$(CC) -c -I$(srcdir) $(ALL_CFLAGS)";' | $(QUOTESED) >>  $@
+	-@echo 'char_u *all_lflags = (char_u *)"$(CC) $(ALL_LIB_DIRS) $(LDFLAGS) -o $(VIMTARGET) $(ALL_LIBS) ";' | $(QUOTESED) >>  $@
+	-@echo 'char_u *compiled_user = (char_u *)"' | tr -d $(NL) >> $@
+	-@if test -n "$(COMPILEDBY)"; then \
+		echo "$(COMPILEDBY)" | tr -d $(NL) >> $@; \
+		else ((logname) 2>/dev/null || whoami) | tr -d $(NL) >> $@; fi
+	-@echo '";' >> $@
+	-@echo 'char_u *compiled_sys = (char_u *)"' | tr -d $(NL) >> $@
+	-@if test -z "$(COMPILEDBY)"; then hostname | tr -d $(NL) >> $@; fi
+	-@echo '";' >> $@
+	-@sh $(srcdir)/pathdef.sh
+
+# All the object files are put in the "objects" directory.  Since not all make
+# commands understand putting object files in another directory, it must be
+# specified for each file separately.
+
+objects:
+	mkdir objects
+
+objects/buffer.o: buffer.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ buffer.c
+
+objects/charset.o: charset.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ charset.c
+
+objects/diff.o: diff.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ diff.c
+
+objects/digraph.o: digraph.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ digraph.c
+
+objects/edit.o: edit.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ edit.c
+
+objects/eval.o: eval.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ eval.c
+
+objects/ex_cmds.o: ex_cmds.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ ex_cmds.c
+
+objects/ex_cmds2.o: ex_cmds2.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ ex_cmds2.c
+
+objects/ex_docmd.o: ex_docmd.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ ex_docmd.c
+
+objects/ex_eval.o: ex_eval.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ ex_eval.c
+
+objects/ex_getln.o: ex_getln.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ ex_getln.c
+
+objects/fileio.o: fileio.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ fileio.c
+
+objects/fold.o: fold.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ fold.c
+
+objects/getchar.o: getchar.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ getchar.c
+
+objects/gui.o: gui.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui.c
+
+objects/gui_at_fs.o: gui_at_fs.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_at_fs.c
+
+objects/gui_at_sb.o: gui_at_sb.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_at_sb.c
+
+objects/gui_athena.o: gui_athena.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_athena.c
+
+objects/gui_beos.o: gui_beos.cc
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_beos.cc
+
+objects/gui_beval.o: gui_beval.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_beval.c
+
+objects/gui_gtk.o: gui_gtk.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_gtk.c
+
+objects/gui_gtk_f.o: gui_gtk_f.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_gtk_f.c
+
+objects/gui_gtk_x11.o: gui_gtk_x11.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_gtk_x11.c
+
+objects/gui_motif.o: gui_motif.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_motif.c
+
+objects/gui_x11.o: gui_x11.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_x11.c
+
+objects/gui_photon.o: gui_photon.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_photon.c
+
+objects/gui_mac.o: gui_mac.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ gui_mac.c
+
+objects/hangulin.o: hangulin.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ hangulin.c
+
+objects/if_cscope.o: if_cscope.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ if_cscope.c
+
+objects/if_xcmdsrv.o: if_xcmdsrv.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ if_xcmdsrv.c
+
+objects/if_perl.o: auto/if_perl.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ auto/if_perl.c
+
+objects/if_perlsfio.o: if_perlsfio.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ if_perlsfio.c
+
+objects/if_python.o: if_python.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ if_python.c
+
+objects/if_ruby.o: if_ruby.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ if_ruby.c
+
+objects/if_sniff.o: if_sniff.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ if_sniff.c
+
+objects/if_tcl.o: if_tcl.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ if_tcl.c
+
+objects/integration.o: integration.c
+	$(CCC) -o $@ integration.c