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File deriving-ocsigen/OMakefile

-REQUIRED_PACKS=$(Installed type_conv)
-INSTALL=(tar zxvf ../../hnrgrgr-deriving-2b99198.tar.gz; cd $(EXTRACT_DIR); make; make tests; make install)
+OMyMakeDir(deriving-ocsigen, hnrgrgr-deriving-3a21a27, $(Installed type_conv))

File js_of_ocaml/OMakefile

-OMyOasisDir(js_of_ocaml, js_of_ocaml-1.2, $(Installed lwt) $(Installed deriving-ocsigen))
+OMyMakeDir(js_of_ocaml, js_of_ocaml-1.2, $(Installed lwt) $(Installed deriving-ocsigen))

File js_of_ocaml/js_of_ocaml-1.2/Makefile.conf

 # Where binaries are installed:
-BINDIR := /usr/local/bin
+BINDIR := $(PREFIX)/bin

File omake/omake-

+For a more verbose changelog, see
+OMake [08/07/2007]
+   - Fixed Ctrl-C handling on Windows (with now correctly interrupt OMake)
+   - Added .STATIC and .MEMO rules, allowing defining lazy computations and
+     lazy memoization maps
+   - Added export sections, making it much easier to manage variable scoping
+   - Fields in sub-objects can now be referenced directly
+   - Many new built-in and library functions
+   - Significant bug-fixes
+OMake [06/04/2007]
+   - Fixed a file descriptor leak
+   - A few other minor bug fixes
+OMake [06/01/2007]
+OMake [skipped]
+   - Made it easy to define default ("implicit") rules for phony targets.
+   - Detect case-insensitive filesystems on Unix-like operating systems
+     (especially important under Mac OS X).
+   - A number of performance improvements.
+   - Documentation improvements.
+OMake [03/16/2007]
+   - Added a large number of new built-in and standard library functions
+   - Extented the autocomfiguration section of the standard library
+   - A number of improvements in the interactive osh shell.
+   - A number of improvements in the library of standard build recipes
+   - Documentation improvements.
+   - A number of other improvements and bugfixes.
+OMake 0.9.8 [12/11/2006]
+   - The conversion from OMake expressions to shell command lines went through
+     a major redesign to make it more consistent and less ad-hoc.
+   - OMake documentation was significantly reorganized.
+   - OCaml build rules: Added experimental improved dependency scanner using
+     the upcoming "ocamldep -modules" feature; added support for the Menhir
+     parser-generator.
+   - Added a number of new options to control OMake's output and verbosity;
+     OMake is now more silent by default.
+   - Many more improvements and bug fixes.
+OMake [04/11/2006]
+   - Significantly improved C++ support; minor improvements in OCaml support.
+   - Significantly updated the default (sample) OMakefile.
+   - Significantly improved the performance of the built-in find command.
+   - Several other bug fixes and improvements.
+   - A number of documentation fixes and improvements.
+OMake [01/23/2006]
+  - Fixed a bug in PATH-expansion for pipelines.
+  - Improved the handling of the ".PHONY" nodes.
+  - Added a remove-project-directories function.
+  - Documentation fixes.
+  - A few other bugfixes and improvements.
+OMake [12/28/2005]
+  - Added basic support for C++.
+  - Portability improvements.
+  - improvements.
+  - Minor documentation fixes.
+  - A few other bugfixes and improvements.
+OMake [11/05/2005]
+  - Made sure OMake compiles fine with both OCaml 3.08 and 3.09.
+  - A few minor bugfixes and improvements.
+OMake [09/14/2005]
+  - Improved support for configure-style scripts.
+  - LaTeX rules improvements.
+  - Fixed the "which" function and ocamlfind support under Cygwin.
+  - New built-in functions: get-registry (Windows-only), removeprefix,
+    html-string.
+  - Improved processing of complex shell pipelines.
+  - A number of documentation fixes.
+  - Numerous other bug fixes and improvements.
+OMake 0.9.6 [07/17/2005]
+  - Added "static" sections that are evaluated once.
+  - Added :value: dependencies, where a target depends on a computed
+    value, rather than a file.
+  - Changed the meaning of the .SCANNER rules.  .SCANNER rules
+    are now much more similar to normal rules.
+  - Added file locking for the .omakedb and .omc files.
+  - Fixed issues where files were being expanded during the string->array
+    conversion.
+  - Rule execution now fails when any shell command fails, even those in
+    nested sections.
+  - Regular expressions now handle \(...\) arguments correctly.  Also, the
+    lexer has better performance, searching is now roughly linear time.
+  - Added .SUBDIRS bodies, which can be used instead of the OMakefile
+    in a subdirectory.
+  - Added the vmount function to define a "virtual mount" of one directory
+    over another.
+  - Better accessibility of the build rules and dependencies from OMake
+    scripts.
+  - Improved the latex-related rules.
+  - The Map object is completely changed.
+  - Other bug fixes and improvements.
+OMake 0.9.5 [skipped]
+OMake 0.9.4 [01/04/2005]
+  - Portability improvements. OMake should now compile and work under Windows
+    2000, Windows NT and FreeBSD. A number of Windows-specific bugs are fixed.
+    A Windows installer is added.
+  - OMake now uses the built-in versions of the following commands:
+	 cp, mv, mkdir, rm, rmdir, chmod
+  - Improvements to the filesystem watch functionality. In particular,
+    the build will now restart if a change to one of the OMakefiles is
+    detected.
+  - Added a USE_OCAMLFIND variable that can be used to force or prohibit the
+    usage of ocamlfind in a project (by default USE_OCAMLFIND is set to true
+    iff the ocamlfind executable is found in path).
+  - Added a "--force-dotomake" option to create all .omc and .omo files
+	 under $HOME/.omake/cache and a "--dotomake" option to specify an alternative
+    to $HOME/.omake
+  - Added :squash: dependencies (that specify that the dependency must be
+    built, but when the dependency changes, it does not cause the target to be
+    rebuilt).
+  - OMake will now read ~/.omakeinit and ~/.omakerc files on startup.
+  - Improved the latex-related rules.
+  - Documentation improvements.
+  - Bugs fixed: 142, 153, 311, 313, 314, 316, 332, 333, 339, 350, 360, 361,
+    366, 367, 368, 374, 375. See
+    for details.
+OMake 0.9.3 [10/18/2004]
+  - OMake now supports ocamlfind in its default configuration file
+   (thanks to Bardur Arantsson for the initial patch).
+  - OMake should now also work with OCaml 3.07 (in addition to 3.08).
+  - A large number of bug fixes, including:
+     o OMake should now compile correctly under Cygwin (thanks to
+       Peter Jolly who provided the patch),
+     o "double-colon" rules (that allow specifying multiple rules for
+       the same target) should now work correctly,
+     o kqueue-based file system monitoring (Mac OS X, FreeBSD) should
+       now work correctly
+     o array definitions should now work better.
+  - Added a work around for the command line length limitation of
+    lib.exe on Windows
+  - Filesystem monitoring functionality now provides a choice whether
+      to continue monitoring once the project is built successfully.
+OMake 0.9.2 [09/08/2004]
+  - Bugs fixed:
+     o "make install" will no longer create $HOME/.omake as root;
+     o the -custom option is now a part of OCAML_BYTE_LINK_FLAGS and
+       can be easily disabled;
+     o omake should now allow specifying dependencies for the same file
+       more than once.
+  - The OMakeroot.src, OMakeroot.default and OMakefile.default are now
+     under MIT license to allow users to freely borrow from them into their
+     own omake build files. (The rest of OMake is still under GPL).
+  - Fixed a number of typos and formatting errors in documentation.

File omake/omake-

+-*- Mode: text; fill-column: 70 -*-
+omake is designed to build itself.  Of course you must be wondering
+how we build in the first place!
+If you already have a working copy of omake (for instance, by
+downloading and installing it from somewhere else like, then you should use your working copy to do the
+Otherwise, let's assume you do don't have omake already installed and
+you want to build it.
+-- Bootstrapping --
+Bootstrapping is setup to use "make" or "nmake".  By using one of
+these other tools, you can build a limited byte-code version of omake
+that you can then use to complete the install.
+   NOTE: The bootstrap uses the file src/Makefile and src/Makefile.nt
+   with default options, like CC=cc.  If something goes wrong, you can
+   edit these files by hand to suit your taste.  However, the
+   src/Makefiles are generated, and they will be clobbered when you
+   run omake for the first time.  To be safe, if you decide to modify
+   them, save your changes in some safe place, not /tmp.
+-- Unix, MacOS X, Cygwin bootstrap --
+You can use "make" to build a bootstrap version of omake.  Run
+   % make bootstrap
+to build the omake-boot executable.  This should work with classic
+make; there should be no need to use GNU make.  If you have it, GNU
+make will work fine.
+If you are going to compile OMake with the default options, you can
+use make to both bootstrap and build omake: 
+   % make all
+or even bootstrap, build, and install it:
+   % make install
+Environment variables:
+ - PREFIX (make all, make install) specifies the prefix for OMake
+   installation (defaults to /usr/local)
+ - INSTALL_ROOT (make install) specifies a "packaging root" for the
+   installation. Namely, omake will be installed under 
+   $INSTALL_ROOT$PREFIX, but the omake binary will be compiled to
+   look for its files under $PREFIX.
+-- Win32 bootstrap --
+The native Win32 build is faster than a Cygwin executable; it is
+recommended.  However, no matter what you do, execution times on Win32
+will be substantially longer than on Unix (I'm not sure why; I'm
+guessing that Win32 is a pig).
+   NOTE: Note that if you call any native executable from a Cygwin
+   shell, and you signal it (for example, with control-C), Cygwin
+   immediately terminates the process.  This is a well-known problem
+   with Cygwin.  It also means that when you abort omake from a Cygwin
+   shell, it will not have a chance to save its work.  Next time you
+   run omake, it will have forgotten everything it did before you
+   aborted it.  Please complain to the Cygwin people at
+   if you would like this to change.  Please be nice.  They already
+   know about this issue.
+   One way to avoid this problem is to run omake from a dos-prompt.
+   You can also run osh in a console window if you want a usable
+   shell.
+For a native Win32 build, you will need the native Win32 version of
+OCaml, Visual C++, and the Microsoft macro assembler.  See if you want to know where to get the macro assembler
+"ml".  It once came with Visual C++, but as far as I know, this is no
+longer true.
+"nmake" is Microsoft's attempt at a build tool.  It is part of Visual
+C++.  To run it, use the following command from a dos prompt.
+   dos> nmake -f Makefile.nt bootstrap
+This will build the omake-boot executable, which you can use to finish
+the installation.
+-- Finishing the install --
+Let's assume that you have successfully created the omake-boot
+executable.  To complete the install, run
+   % ./omake-boot
+   dos> omake-boot
+After some configuration message, you should now get a message telling
+you that a .config file was just created, and you should edit it.
+You should either edit the .config, or leave it like it is.  The
+defaults should be pretty reasonable for your machine, but take a look
+if you are curious.
+When you are ready, run omake-boot again to build the real version of
+If you like, you can run
+   % ./omake-boot install
+   dos> omake-boot install
+to install it.  At this point, you are done.
+    NOTE: You can continue to use omake-boot for building omake, but
+    you are probably better off using an installed version, or
+    src/main/omake.  This is mainly for Win32, where the byte-code
+    omake-boot is not nearly as fast as the native-code
+    src/main/omake.

File omake/omake-

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+to do so, delete this exception statement from your version.  If you
+delete this exception statement from all source files in the program,
+then also delete it here.

File omake/omake-

+# For bootstrapping
+.PHONY: all bootstrap install default
+# Bootstrap program is omake-boot
+	@echo "If you have already built omake, you should use it instead of make."
+	@echo "If you need to bootstrap, use "
+	@echo " - 'make bootstrap',"
+	@echo "       to build the bootstrapping (feature-limited) OMake binary './omake-boot'."
+	@echo " - 'make all',"
+	@echo "       to bootstrap and then build everything"
+	@echo " - 'make install',"
+	@echo "       to bootstrap, build, and install everything"
+	@exit 1
+bootstrap: boot/Makefile
+	@cd boot; $(MAKE) Makefile.dep; $(MAKE) omake
+	@ln -sf boot/omake omake-boot
+boot/Makefile: src/Makefile
+	mkdir -p boot
+	@touch boot/Makefile.dep
+	@sleep 1
+	ln -sf ../src/Makefile boot/Makefile
+all: bootstrap
+	touch .config
+	OMAKEFLAGS= OMAKEPATH=lib ./omake-boot --dotomake .omake --force-dotomake -j2 main
+	OMAKEFLAGS= OMAKEPATH=lib src/main/omake --dotomake .omake --force-dotomake -j2 all
+install: all
+	OMAKEFLAGS= OMAKEPATH=lib src/main/omake --dotomake .omake --force-dotomake -j2 install

File omake/omake-

+# Bootstrap program is omake-boot.exe
+	@echo "If you have already built omake, you should use it instead of make."
+	@echo "If you need to bootstrap, use "
+	@echo " - 'nmake -f Makefile.nt bootstrap',"
+	@echo "       to build the bootstrapping (feature-limited) OMake binary 'omake-boot.exe'."
+	@echo " - 'nmake -f Makefile.nt all',"
+	@echo "       to bootstrap and then build everything."
+	@echo " - 'nmake -f Makefile.nt install',"
+	@echo "       to bootstrap, build, and install everything."
+	@exit 1
+NMAKE = $(MAKE) /nologo -f Makefile.nt
+bootstrap: boot\Makefile.nt boot\Makefile.dep
+	cd boot
+	$(NMAKE) Makefile.dep
+	$(NMAKE) omake.exe
+	copy omake.exe ..\omake-boot.exe
+	cd ..
+	echo # Empty config > .config
+all: bootstrap .config
+	set OMAKEPATH=lib
+	.\omake-boot --dotomake .omake --force-dotomake -j2 main src\main\osh.exe
+	src\main\omake --dotomake .omake --force-dotomake -j2 all
+install: all
+	set OMAKEPATH=lib
+	.\omake-boot --dotomake .omake --force-dotomake -j2 install
+aip-install: all
+	mkdir ..\omake-install
+	set OMAKEPATH=lib
+	set BINDIR=../omake-install/bin
+	set LIBDIR=../omake-install/lib
+	.\omake-boot --dotomake .omake --force-dotomake -j2 install
+boot\Makefile.nt: src\Makefile.nt
+	-mkdir boot
+	copy src\Makefile.nt boot\Makefile.nt
+	echo # Dependencies > $@

File omake/omake-

+# Configuration.
+open build/C
+open build/svn_realclean
+include mk/defaults
+include mk/make_gen
+.PHONY: realclean clean install all main
+# Architecture-specific configuration
+if $(equal $(OSTYPE), Win32)
+    #
+    # Extra options for the C compiler
+    #
+    CFLAGS += /MT /DWIN32 /W4 /WX
+    #
+    # Don't build man pages
+    #
+    MAN_ENABLED = false
+    #
+    # Always use threads
+    #
+    export
+    #
+    # Extra options for the C compiler
+    #
+    CFLAGS += -g -O2 -Wall -Werror -Wno-unused
+    #
+    # We never need threads on Unix
+    #
+    THREADS_ENABLED = false
+    export
+# General options
+# Location of the OCaml library
+if $(not $(defined CAMLLIB))
+    CAMLLIB = $(dir $(string $(getenv CAMLLIB, $(getenv OCAMLLIB, $(CAMLLIB_DEFAULT)))))
+    export
+# OCaml options
+OCAMLFLAGS[] += -w Aer-20-29k$(if $(OCAML_ACCEPTS_Z_WARNING), z)
+    OCAMLFLAGS += -thread
+    export
+# Support for profiling
+if $(not $(defined NATIVE_PROFILE))
+   NATIVE_PROFILE = false
+   export
+   OCAMLOPTFLAGS += -p -inline 0
+   if $(equal $(NATIVE_PROFILE), compact)
+      OCAMLOPTFLAGS += -compact
+      export
+   export
+# Libraries (without suffixes)
+   OCAML_OTHER_LIBS += threads
+   export
+# C options
+    export
+    export
+    export
+OCAML_LINK_FLAGS = $(mapprefix -cclib, $(set $(EXTRA_CLIBS)))
+# Name of the genmagic program
+VERSION_TXT = $(file version.txt)
+GENMAGIC = $(file src/magic/omake_gen_magic)
+# Clean up
+CLEAN = rm -rf *.cm* *~ .\#* *.o *.obj *.a *.lib *.exe *.omc *.install *.tmp
+    $(CLEAN) boot .config.omc .config.local.omc .omakedb* mk/*.omc .omake omake-boot$(EXE) lib/*.default download
+if $(not $(defined FORCE_REALCLEAN))
+    FORCE_REALCLEAN = false
+    export
+realclean: clean
+    svn_realclean $(if $(FORCE_REALCLEAN), -f) -i .omakedb -i .omakedb.lock -i .config -i .config.local
+# Source code
+.SUBDIRS: src ocamldep
+# Packaging
+.PHONY: rpm tar zip pkg dmg osxclean publish
+VERSION=$(string $(cat version.txt))
+match $(VERSION)
+case $'^\([^ ]*\)-\([^ ]*\)$'
+    VERSION=$1
+    RELEASE=$2
+    export
+case $'^\([^ ]*\) '
+    VERSION=$1
+    export
+rpm: version.txt make_rpm make_checkout
+	./make_rpm
+zip: download/$(BASENAME)
+tar: download/$(BASENAME).tar.gz
+download/$(BASENAME) make_zip make_checkout
+   ./make_zip
+download/$(BASENAME).tar.gz: make_tar make_checkout
+   ./make_tar
+dmg: version.txt
+    ./make_dmg dmg
+pkg: version.txt
+    ./make_dmg pkg
+osxclean: version.txt
+    ./make_dmg clean
+publish: download/$(BASENAME) download/$(BASENAME).tar.gz
+   rsync --progress --stats -lrt $^\:/home/mojave/public_html/download/omake
+    echo $"%define index $(RELEASE)" > $@
+    echo $"Version: $(VERSION)" >> $@
+    cat $< >> $@
+.DEFAULT: omake.spec
+# Documentation
+.PHONY: txt info html tex doc
+doc: txt info html tex
+.SUBDIRS: doc
+# Standard library
+.SUBDIRS: $(subdirs C, lib)
+    %.install: $(GENMAGIC)$(EXE) $(VERSION_TXT)
+	$(GENMAGIC) -o $@ --version $(VERSION_TXT) --root $<
+    clean:
+        $(CLEAN)
+STDLIBFILES  = $(find lib -name *.om)
+INSTALLFILES = $(replacesuffixes .om, .install, $(STDLIBFILES))
+STDLIBNAMES  = $(removesuffix .om, $(in lib, $(STDLIBFILES)))
+    lib/boot/License
+    lib/boot/Default
+    lib/OMakeroot.default
+    lib/OMakefile.default
+lib/OMakeroot.default: $(BOOTFILES)
+    fprint($@, $(OMakeroot))