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# Top-level Makefile for Python
# 
# As distributed, this file is called Makefile.in; it is processed
# into the real Makefile by running the script ./configure, which
# replaces things like @spam@ with values appropriate for your system.
# This means that if you edit Makefile, your changes get lost the next
# time you run the configure script.  Ideally, you can do:
# 
#	./configure
#	make
#	make test
#	make install
# 
# The top-level Makefile invokes make recursively in a number of
# subdirectories (see the SUBDIRS variable below).  If you want to,
# you can invoke make in individual subdirectories.  However, the
# sub-Makefiles are also generated by configure, and the quickest way
# to make sure they are up to date is by running make (or "make
# Makefiles") at the top level.  This is particularly important for
# Modules/Makefile, which has to be regenerated every time you edit
# Modules/Setup.  The python executable is built in the Modules
# directory and then moved to the top-level directory.  The recursive
# makes pass three options to subordinate makes: OPT (a quick way to
# change some compiler options; it defaults to -O), prefix and
# exec_prefix (the installation paths).
# 
# If recursive makes fail, try invoking make as "make MAKE=make".
# 
# See also the section "Build instructions" in the README file.

# Substitutions by configure
srcdir=		@srcdir@
VPATH=		@srcdir@
RANLIB=		@RANLIB@

# Machine-dependent subdirectories
MACHDEP=	@MACHDEP@

# Install prefix for architecture-independent files
prefix=		@prefix@

# Install prefix for architecture-dependent files
exec_prefix=	@exec_prefix@

# Expanded directories
MANDIR=$(prefix)/man
BINDIR=$(exec_prefix)/bin
LIBDIR=$(exec_prefix)/lib
INCLUDEDIR=$(prefix)/include
SCRIPTDIR=$(prefix)/lib

# Symbols used for using shared libraries
SO=		@SO@
LDSHARED=	@LDSHARED@
CCSHARED=	@CCSHARED@
LINKFORSHARED=	@LINKFORSHARED@
DESTSHARED=	$(SCRIPTDIR)/python/$(MACHDEP)

# Shell used by make (some versions default to the login shell, which is bad)
SHELL=		/bin/sh

# Portable install script (configure doesn't always guess right)
INSTALL=	@srcdir@/install-sh -c
INSTALL_PROGRAM=${INSTALL}
INSTALL_DATA=	${INSTALL} -m 644

# --with-PACKAGE options for configure script
# e.g. --with-readline --with-svr5 --with-solaris --with-thread
# (see README for an explanation)
WITH=		

# Compiler options passed to subordinate makes
OPT=		@OPT@

# Subdirectories where to run make recursively
SUBDIRS=	Parser Objects Python Modules

# Other subdirectories
SUBDIRSTOO=	Include Lib Doc Misc Demo readline Grammar

# Files and directories to be distributed
CONFIGFILES=	configure configure.in acconfig.h config.h.in Makefile.in
DISTFILES=	README ChangeLog $(CONFIGFILES)
DISTDIRS=	$(SUBDIRS) $(SUBDIRSTOO) Ext-dummy
DIST=		$(DISTFILES) $(DISTDIRS)

# Default target
all:		python

# Build the interpreter
python:		Makefiles
		@for i in $(SUBDIRS); do \
			(echo Making in subdirectory $$i; cd $$i; \
			 $(MAKE) OPT="$(OPT)" \
			         prefix="$(prefix)" \
				 exec_prefix="$(exec_prefix)" \
				 all); \
		done

# Test the interpreter (twice, once without .pyc files, once with)
TESTPATH=	$(srcdir)/Lib:$(srcdir)/Lib/test:./Modules
test:		python
		-rm -f $(srcdir)/Lib/test/*.pyc
		PYTHONPATH=$(TESTPATH) ./python -c 'import autotest'
		PYTHONPATH=$(TESTPATH) ./python -c 'import autotest'

# Install everything
install:	bininstall libinstall maninstall inclinstall \
		libainstall sharedinstall

# Install the interpreter
bininstall:	python
		@for i in $(BINDIR); \
		do \
			if test ! -d $$i; then \
				echo "Creating directory $$i"; \
				mkdir $$i; \
				chmod 755 $$i; \
			else	true; \
			fi; \
		done
		$(INSTALL_PROGRAM) python $(BINDIR)/python

# Install the library.
# If your system does not support "cp -r", try "copy -r" or perhaps
# something like find Lib -print | cpio -pacvdmu $(LIBDEST)
LIBDEST=	$(SCRIPTDIR)/python
libinstall:	python
		@for i in $(SCRIPTDIR) $(LIBDEST); \
		do \
			if test ! -d $$i; then \
				echo "Creating directory $$i"; \
				mkdir $$i; \
				chmod 755 $$i; \
			else	true; \
			fi; \
		done
		cp -r $(srcdir)/Lib/* $(LIBDEST)
		PYTHONPATH=$(LIBDEST) \
			./python $(LIBDEST)/compileall.py $(LIBDEST)
		$(MAKE) \
			OPT="$(OPT)" \
			SO="$(SO)" \
			LDSHARED="$(LDSHARED)" \
			CCSHARED="$(CCSHARED)" \
			LINKFORSHARED="$(LINKFORSHARED)" \
			DESTSHARED="$(DESTSHARED)" \
			sharedinstall

# Install the manual page
maninstall:
		@for i in $(MANDIR) $(MANDIR)/man1; \
		do \
			if test ! -d $$i; then \
				echo "Creating directory $$i"; \
				mkdir $$i; \
				chmod 755 $$i; \
			else	true; \
			fi; \
		done
		$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/Misc/python.man \
			$(MANDIR)/man1/python.1

# Install the include files
INCLUDEPY=	$(INCLUDEDIR)/Py
inclinstall:
		@for i in $(INCLUDEDIR) $(INCLUDEPY); \
		do \
			if test ! -d $$i; then \
				echo "Creating directory $$i"; \
				mkdir $$i; \
				chmod 755 $$i; \
			else	true; \
			fi; \
		done
		@for i in $(srcdir)/Include/*.h; \
		do \
			echo $(INSTALL_DATA) $$i $(INCLUDEPY); \
			$(INSTALL_DATA) $$i $(INCLUDEPY); \
		done

# Install the lib*.a files and miscellaneous stuff needed by extensions
LIBP=		$(LIBDIR)/python
LIBPL=		$(LIBP)/lib
libainstall:	all
		@for i in $(LIBDIR) $(LIBP) $(LIBPL); \
		do \
			if test ! -d $$i; then \
				echo "Creating directory $$i"; \
				mkdir $$i; \
				chmod 755 $$i; \
			else	true; \
			fi; \
		done
		@for i in $(SUBDIRS); do \
			echo Installing in subdirectory $$i; \
			$(INSTALL_DATA) $$i/lib$$i.a $(LIBPL)/lib$$i.a; \
			$(RANLIB) $(LIBPL)/lib$$i.a; \
		done
		$(INSTALL_DATA) Modules/config.c $(LIBPL)/config.c
		$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/Modules/getpath.c $(LIBPL)/getpath.c
		$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/Modules/config.c.in $(LIBPL)/config.c.in
		$(INSTALL_DATA) Modules/Makefile $(LIBPL)/Makefile
		$(INSTALL_DATA) Modules/Setup $(LIBPL)/Setup
		$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/Modules/makesetup $(LIBPL)/makesetup
		$(INSTALL_DATA) config.h $(LIBPL)/config.h
		$(INSTALL_DATA) $(srcdir)/Python/frozenmain.c $(LIBPL)/frozenmain.c
		$(INSTALL_DATA) Modules/main.o $(LIBPL)/main.o

# Install the dynamically loadable modules
sharedinstall:
		cd Modules; $(MAKE) \
			OPT="$(OPT)" \
			SO="$(SO)" \
			LDSHARED="$(LDSHARED)" \
			CCSHARED="$(CCSHARED)" \
			LINKFORSHARED="$(LINKFORSHARED)" \
			DESTSHARED="$(DESTSHARED)" \
			sharedinstall

# Build the sub-Makefiles
Makefiles:	config.status Modules/Makefile.pre
		(cd Modules; $(MAKE) -f Makefile.pre Makefile)
		@for i in . $(SUBDIRS); do \
			(echo making Makefile in subdirectory $$i; cd $$i; \
			 $(MAKE) Makefile); \
		done

# Build the intermediate Makefile in Modules
Modules/Makefile.pre: config.status
		$(SHELL) config.status

# Build the toplevel Makefile
Makefile:	Makefile.in config.status
		CONFIG_FILES=Makefile CONFIG_HEADERS= $(SHELL) config.status

# Run the configure script.  If config.status already exists,
# call it with the --recheck argument, which reruns configure with the
# same options as it was run last time; otherwise run the configure
# script with options taken from the $(WITH) variable
config.status:	$(srcdir)/configure
		if test -f config.status; \
		then $(SHELL) config.status --recheck; \
		     $(SHELL) config.status; \
		else $(SHELL) $(srcdir)/configure $(WITH); \
		fi

.PRECIOUS:	config.status python

# Rerun configure with the same options as it was run last time,
# provided the config.status script exists
recheck:
		$(SHELL) config.status --recheck
		$(SHELL) config.status

# Rebuild the configure script from configure.in; also rebuild config.h.in
autoconf:
		(cd $(srcdir); autoconf)
		(cd $(srcdir); autoheader)

# Create a tags file for vi
tags::
		ctags -w -t Include/*.h
		for i in $(SUBDIRS); do ctags -w -t -a $$i/*.[ch]; done
		sort tags -o tags

# Create a tags file for GNU Emacs
TAGS::
		etags Include/*.h
		for i in $(SUBDIRS); do etags -a $$i/*.[ch]; done

# Add dependencies to sub-Makefiles
depend:
		@for i in $(SUBDIRS); do \
			(echo making depend in subdirectory $$i; cd $$i; \
			 $(MAKE) depend); \
		done

# Sanitation targets -- clean leaves libraries, executables and tags
# files, which clobber removes those as well

localclean:
		-rm -f core *~ [@,#]* *.old *.orig *.rej

clean:		localclean
		-for i in $(SUBDIRS); do \
			(echo making clean in subdirectory $$i; cd $$i; \
			 if test -f Makefile; \
			 then $(MAKE) clean; \
			 else $(MAKE) -f Makefile.*in clean; \
			 fi); \
		done

localclobber:	localclean
		-rm -f tags TAGS python
		-rm -f config.log config.cache config.h

clobber:	localclobber
		-for i in $(SUBDIRS); do \
			(echo clobbering subdirectory $$i; cd $$i; \
			 if test -f Makefile; \
			 then $(MAKE) clobber; \
			 else $(MAKE) -f $(srcdir)/Makefile.in clobber; \
			 fi); \
		done

# Make things extra clean, before making a distribution:
# remove all generated files, even Makefile[.pre]
distclean:	clobber
		-$(MAKE) -f $(srcdir)/Makefile.in \
			SUBDIRS="$(SUBDIRSTOO)" clobber
		-rm -f config.status config.log config.cache config.h Makefile
		-rm -f Modules/Makefile
		-for i in $(SUBDIRS) $(SUBDIRSTOO); do \
			 for f in $$i/*.in; do \
				f=`basename "$$f" .in`; \
			 	if test "$$f" != "*"; then \
					echo rm -f "$$i/$$f"; \
				 	rm -f "$$i/$$f"; \
				fi; \
			 done; \
		done

# Check for smelly exported symbols (not starting with Py/_Py)
smelly: all
	for i in $(SUBDIRS); do \
		echo --- $$i ---; \
		nm -p $$i/lib$$i.a | \
		sed -n "/ [TDB] /s/.* //p" | grep -v "^_*Py" | sort -u; \
	done

# Find files with funny names
funny:
		find $(DISTDIRS) -type d \
			-o -name '*.[chs]' \
			-o -name '*.py' \
			-o -name '*.doc' \
			-o -name '*.sty' \
			-o -name '*.bib' \
			-o -name '*.dat' \
			-o -name '*.el' \
			-o -name '*.fd' \
			-o -name '*.in' \
			-o -name '*.tex' \
			-o -name '*,[vpt]' \
			-o -name 'Setup' \
			-o -name 'Setup.*' \
			-o -name README \
			-o -name Makefile \
			-o -name ChangeLog \
			-o -name Repository \
			-o -name Root \
			-o -name Entries \
			-o -name Tag \
			-o -name tags \
			-o -name TAGS \
			-o -name .cvsignore \
			-o -name MANIFEST \
			-o -print
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