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# This file should be included (directly or indirectly) by every
# Makefile.am that builds programs.  And also the top-level Makefile.am.

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Global stuff
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

inplacedir = $(top_builddir)/.in_place

# This used to be required when Vex had a handwritten Makefile.  It
# shouldn't be needed any more, though.
##.NOTPARALLEL:

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# noinst_PROGRAMS and noinst_DSYMS targets
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

# On Darwin, for a program 'p', the DWARF debug info is stored in the
# directory 'p.dSYM'.  This must be generated after the executable is
# created, with 'dsymutil p'.  We could redefine LINK with a script that
# executes 'dsymutil' after linking, but that's a pain.  Instead we use this
# hook so that every time "make check" is run, we subsequently invoke
# 'dsymutil' on all the executables that lack a .dSYM directory, or that are
# newer than their corresponding .dSYM directory.
build-noinst_DSYMS: $(noinst_DSYMS)
	for f in $(noinst_DSYMS); do \
	  if [ ! -e $$f.dSYM  -o  $$f -nt $$f.dSYM ] ; then \
	      echo "dsymutil $$f"; \
	      dsymutil $$f; \
	  fi; \
	done

# This is used by coregrind/Makefile.am and Makefile.tool.am for doing
# "in-place" installs.  It copies $(noinst_PROGRAMS) into $inplacedir.
# It needs to be depended on by an 'all-local' rule.
inplace-noinst_PROGRAMS: $(noinst_PROGRAMS)
	mkdir -p $(inplacedir); \
	for f in $(noinst_PROGRAMS) ; do \
	  rm -f $(inplacedir)/$$f; \
	  ln -f -s ../$(subdir)/$$f $(inplacedir); \
	done

# Similar to inplace-noinst_PROGRAMS
inplace-noinst_DSYMS: build-noinst_DSYMS
	mkdir -p $(inplacedir); \
	for f in $(noinst_DSYMS); do \
	  rm -f $(inplacedir)/$$f.dSYM; \
	  ln -f -s ../$(subdir)/$$f.dSYM $(inplacedir); \
	done

# This is used by coregrind/Makefile.am and by <tool>/Makefile.am for doing
# "make install".  It copies $(noinst_PROGRAMS) into $prefix/lib/valgrind/.
# It needs to be depended on by an 'install-exec-local' rule.
install-noinst_PROGRAMS: $(noinst_PROGRAMS)
	$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(pkglibdir); \
	for f in $(noinst_PROGRAMS); do \
	  $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $$f $(DESTDIR)$(pkglibdir); \
	done

# Similar to install-noinst_PROGRAMS.
# Nb: we don't use $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) here because it doesn't work with
# directories.  XXX: not sure whether the resulting permissions will be
# correct when using 'cp -R'...
install-noinst_DSYMS: build-noinst_DSYMS
	$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(pkglibdir); \
	for f in $(noinst_DSYMS); do \
	  cp -R $$f.dSYM $(DESTDIR)$(pkglibdir); \
	done

# This needs to be depended on by a 'clean-local' rule.
clean-noinst_DSYMS:
	for f in $(noinst_DSYMS); do \
	  rm -rf $$f.dSYM; \
	done

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Flags
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

# Baseline flags for all compilations.  Aim here is to maximise
# performance and get whatever useful warnings we can out of gcc.
# -fno-builtin is important for defeating LLVM's idiom recognition
# that somehow causes VG_(memset) to get into infinite recursion.
AM_CFLAGS_BASE = \
	-O2 -g \
	-Wall \
	-Wmissing-prototypes \
	-Wshadow \
	-Wpointer-arith \
	-Wstrict-prototypes \
	-Wmissing-declarations \
	@FLAG_W_NO_FORMAT_ZERO_LENGTH@ \
	-fno-strict-aliasing \
	-fno-builtin

# These flags are used for building the preload shared objects.
# The aim is to give reasonable performance but also to have good
# stack traces, since users often see stack traces extending 
# into (and through) the preloads.
if VGCONF_OS_IS_DARWIN
AM_CFLAGS_PIC = -dynamic -O -g -fno-omit-frame-pointer -fno-strict-aliasing \
		-mno-dynamic-no-pic -fpic -fPIC \
		-fno-builtin
else
AM_CFLAGS_PIC = -fpic -O -g -fno-omit-frame-pointer -fno-strict-aliasing \
		-fno-builtin
endif


# Flags for specific targets.
#
# Nb: the AM_CPPFLAGS_* values are suitable for building tools and auxprogs.
# For building the core, coregrind/Makefile.am files add some extra things.

AM_CPPFLAGS_@VGCONF_PLATFORM_PRI_CAPS@ = \
	-I$(top_srcdir) \
	-I$(top_srcdir)/include \
	-I$(top_srcdir)/VEX/pub \
	-DVGA_@VGCONF_ARCH_PRI@=1 \
	-DVGO_@VGCONF_OS@=1 \
	-DVGP_@VGCONF_ARCH_PRI@_@VGCONF_OS@=1 \
	-DVGPV_@VGCONF_ARCH_PRI@_@VGCONF_OS@_@VGCONF_PLATVARIANT@=1
if VGCONF_HAVE_PLATFORM_SEC
AM_CPPFLAGS_@VGCONF_PLATFORM_SEC_CAPS@ = \
	-I$(top_srcdir) \
	-I$(top_srcdir)/include \
	-I$(top_srcdir)/VEX/pub \
	-DVGA_@VGCONF_ARCH_SEC@=1 \
	-DVGO_@VGCONF_OS@=1 \
	-DVGP_@VGCONF_ARCH_SEC@_@VGCONF_OS@=1 \
	-DVGPV_@VGCONF_ARCH_SEC@_@VGCONF_OS@_@VGCONF_PLATVARIANT@=1
endif

AM_FLAG_M3264_X86_LINUX   = @FLAG_M32@
AM_CFLAGS_X86_LINUX       = @FLAG_M32@  @PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY@ \
				$(AM_CFLAGS_BASE) -fomit-frame-pointer
AM_CCASFLAGS_X86_LINUX    = @FLAG_M32@ -g

AM_FLAG_M3264_AMD64_LINUX = @FLAG_M64@
AM_CFLAGS_AMD64_LINUX     = @FLAG_M64@ @PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY@ \
				$(AM_CFLAGS_BASE) -fomit-frame-pointer
AM_CCASFLAGS_AMD64_LINUX  = @FLAG_M64@ -g

AM_FLAG_M3264_PPC32_LINUX = @FLAG_M32@
AM_CFLAGS_PPC32_LINUX     = @FLAG_M32@ $(AM_CFLAGS_BASE)
AM_CCASFLAGS_PPC32_LINUX  = @FLAG_M32@ -g

AM_FLAG_M3264_PPC64_LINUX = @FLAG_M64@
AM_CFLAGS_PPC64_LINUX     = @FLAG_M64@ $(AM_CFLAGS_BASE)
AM_CCASFLAGS_PPC64_LINUX  = @FLAG_M64@ -g

AM_FLAG_M3264_X86_FREEBSD   = @FLAG_M32@
AM_CFLAGS_X86_FREEBSD       = @FLAG_M32@ @PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY@ \
			      $(AM_CFLAGS_BASE)
AM_CCASFLAGS_X86_FREEBSD    = $(AM_CPPFLAGS_X86_FREEBSD) @FLAG_M32@ -g

AM_FLAG_M3264_ARM_LINUX   = @FLAG_M32@
AM_CFLAGS_ARM_LINUX       = @FLAG_M32@ @PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY@ \
			 	$(AM_CFLAGS_BASE) -marm -mcpu=cortex-a8
AM_CCASFLAGS_ARM_LINUX    = @FLAG_M32@ \
				-marm -mcpu=cortex-a8 -g

AM_FLAG_M3264_AMD64_FREEBSD = @FLAG_M64@
AM_CFLAGS_AMD64_FREEBSD     = @FLAG_M64@ -fomit-frame-pointer \
			      @PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY@ $(AM_CFLAGS_BASE)
AM_CCASFLAGS_AMD64_FREEBSD  = $(AM_CPPFLAGS_AMD64_FREEBSD) @FLAG_M64@ -g


AM_FLAG_M3264_X86_DARWIN = -arch i386
AM_CFLAGS_X86_DARWIN     = $(WERROR) -arch i386 $(AM_CFLAGS_BASE) \
				-mmacosx-version-min=10.5 \
				-fno-stack-protector -fno-pic -fno-PIC

AM_CCASFLAGS_X86_DARWIN  = -arch i386 -g

AM_FLAG_M3264_AMD64_DARWIN = -arch x86_64
AM_CFLAGS_AMD64_DARWIN     = $(WERROR) -arch x86_64 $(AM_CFLAGS_BASE) \
			    -mmacosx-version-min=10.5 -fno-stack-protector
AM_CCASFLAGS_AMD64_DARWIN  = -arch x86_64 -g

AM_FLAG_M3264_S390X_LINUX = @FLAG_M64@
AM_CFLAGS_S390X_LINUX     = @FLAG_M64@ $(AM_CFLAGS_BASE) -fomit-frame-pointer
AM_CCASFLAGS_S390X_LINUX  = @FLAG_M64@ -g -mzarch -march=z900

AM_FLAG_M3264_MIPS32_LINUX = @FLAG_M32@
AM_CFLAGS_MIPS32_LINUX     = @FLAG_M32@ $(AM_CFLAGS_BASE) -mips32
AM_CCASFLAGS_MIPS32_LINUX  = @FLAG_M32@ -mips32 -g


# Flags for the primary target.  These must be used to build the
# regtests and performance tests.  In fact, these must be used to
# build anything which is built only once on a dual-arch build.
#
AM_FLAG_M3264_PRI = $(AM_FLAG_M3264_@VGCONF_PLATFORM_PRI_CAPS@)
AM_CPPFLAGS_PRI   = $(AM_CPPFLAGS_@VGCONF_PLATFORM_PRI_CAPS@)
AM_CFLAGS_PRI     = $(AM_CFLAGS_@VGCONF_PLATFORM_PRI_CAPS@)
AM_CCASFLAGS_PRI  = $(AM_CCASFLAGS_@VGCONF_PLATFORM_PRI_CAPS@)

if VGCONF_HAVE_PLATFORM_SEC
 AM_FLAG_M3264_SEC = $(AM_FLAG_M3264_@VGCONF_PLATFORM_SEC_CAPS@)
else
 AM_FLAG_M3264_SEC = 
endif


# Baseline link flags for making vgpreload shared objects.
#
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX  = -nodefaultlibs -shared -Wl,-z,interpose,-z,initfirst
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_FREEBSD  = -nodefaultlibs -shared -Wl,-z,interpose,-z,initfirst
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_DARWIN = -dynamic -dynamiclib -all_load

if VGCONF_PLATVARIANT_IS_ANDROID
# The Android toolchain includes all kinds of stdlib helpers present in
# bionic which is bad because we are not linking with it and the Android
# linker will panic.
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX += -nostdlib
endif

PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_X86_LINUX    = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX) @FLAG_M32@
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_AMD64_LINUX  = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX) @FLAG_M64@
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_PPC32_LINUX  = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX) @FLAG_M32@
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_PPC64_LINUX  = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX) @FLAG_M64@
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_X86_FREEBSD  = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_FREEBSD) @FLAG_M32@
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_AMD64_FREEBSD= $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_FREEBSD) @FLAG_M64@
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_ARM_LINUX    = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX) @FLAG_M32@
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_X86_DARWIN   = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_DARWIN) -arch i386
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_AMD64_DARWIN = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_DARWIN) -arch x86_64
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_S390X_LINUX  = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX) @FLAG_M64@
PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_MIPS32_LINUX = $(PRELOAD_LDFLAGS_COMMON_LINUX) @FLAG_M32@