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# Makefile for the GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual.

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# Standard configure variables.
srcdir = @srcdir@

# Tell make where to find source files; this is needed for the makefiles.

infodir = $(srcdir)/../info

TEXI2DVI = texi2dvi
SHELL = /bin/sh
INSTALL_INFO = install-info
MAKEINFO = makeinfo

# The name of the manual:
manual = elisp-manual-21-$(VERSION)

# List of all the texinfo files in the manual:

srcs = \
  $(srcdir)/abbrevs.texi \
  $(srcdir)/advice.texi \
  $(srcdir)/anti.texi \
  $(srcdir)/back.texi \
  $(srcdir)/backups.texi \
  $(srcdir)/buffers.texi \
  $(srcdir)/calendar.texi \
  $(srcdir)/commands.texi \
  $(srcdir)/compile.texi \
  $(srcdir)/control.texi \
  $(srcdir)/customize.texi \
  $(srcdir)/debugging.texi \
  $(srcdir)/display.texi \
  $(srcdir)/edebug.texi \
  $(srcdir)/elisp.texi \
  $(srcdir)/errors.texi \
  $(srcdir)/eval.texi \
  $(srcdir)/files.texi \
  $(srcdir)/frames.texi \
  $(srcdir)/functions.texi \
  $(srcdir)/hash.texi \
  $(srcdir)/help.texi \
  $(srcdir)/hooks.texi \
  $(srcdir)/internals.texi \
  $(srcdir)/intro.texi \
  $(srcdir)/keymaps.texi \
  $(srcdir)/lists.texi \
  $(srcdir)/loading.texi \
  $(srcdir)/locals.texi \
  $(srcdir)/macros.texi \
  $(srcdir)/maps.texi \
  $(srcdir)/markers.texi \
  $(srcdir)/minibuf.texi \
  $(srcdir)/modes.texi \
  $(srcdir)/nonascii.texi \
  $(srcdir)/numbers.texi \
  $(srcdir)/objects.texi \
  $(srcdir)/os.texi \
  $(srcdir)/positions.texi \
  $(srcdir)/processes.texi \
  $(srcdir)/searching.texi \
  $(srcdir)/sequences.texi \
  $(srcdir)/streams.texi \
  $(srcdir)/strings.texi \
  $(srcdir)/symbols.texi \
  $(srcdir)/syntax.texi \
  $(srcdir)/text.texi \
  $(srcdir)/tips.texi \
  $(srcdir)/variables.texi \
  $(srcdir)/windows.texi \
  $(srcdir)/index.texi \
  $(srcdir)/gpl.texi \

.PHONY: clean

# The info file is named `elisp'.
info: $(infodir)/elisp

$(infodir)/elisp: $(srcs)
	$(MAKEINFO) -I. -I$(srcdir) $(srcdir)/elisp.texi -o $(infodir)/elisp

elisp.dvi: $(srcs)
	$(TEXI2DVI) -I $(srcdir) $(srcdir)/elisp.texi

install: elisp
	$(srcdir)/mkinstalldirs $(infodir)
	cp elisp elisp-* $(infodir)
	${INSTALL_INFO} --info-dir=${infodir} ${infodir}/elisp

	rm -f *.toc *.aux *.log *.cp *.cps *.fn *.fns *.tp *.tps \
              *.vr *.vrs *.pg *.pgs *.ky *.kys
	rm -f make.out core

distclean: clean

maintainer-clean: clean
	rm -f elisp elisp-* elisp.dvi elisp.oaux

dist: elisp elisp.dvi
	-rm -rf temp
	-mkdir temp
	-mkdir temp/$(manual)
	-ln $(srcdir)/README $(srcdir)/ $(srcdir)/configure \
 $(srcdir)/ $(srcs) \
 $(srcdir)/../man/texinfo.tex \
 elisp.dvi elisp.aux elisp.??s elisp elisp-[0-9] elisp-[0-9][0-9] \
	-(cd temp/$(manual); rm -f mkinstalldirs)
	cp $(srcdir)/mkinstalldirs temp/$(manual)
	(cd temp/$(manual); rm -f *~)
	(cd temp; tar chf - $(manual)) | gzip > $(manual).tar.gz
	-rm -rf temp
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