elib / Makefile.dist

# $Id$
# Makefile for the GNU Emacs lisp library, Elib
# Copyright (C) 1991-1995 Free Software Foundation
#
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#

# ================================================================
# Change the following to reflect the situation at your site:

prefix = /usr
datadir = $(prefix)/lib
#locallisppath = $(datadir)/emacs/site-lisp
locallisppath= $(prefix)/share/emacs/site-lisp
# This will fail if locallisppath is anything but a single directory.
# That is all right, since that is the default behaviour of Emacs; those
# that know how to change it, should know how to change this file.  And
# if this is accepted into GNU Emacs, the files should end up inside
# the normal lisp directory.
ELIBDIR = $(locallisppath)/elib
infodir = $(prefix)/info

EMACS = emacs
MAKEINFO = makeinfo
TEXI2DVI = texi2dvi
SHELL = /bin/sh
INSTALL_DATA = /usr/bin/install -m 644
INSTALL_DIR = /usr/bin/install -d

# ================================================================
# You shouldn't change anything below this line.
#

VERSION = 1.0

ELFILES = stack-f.el stack-m.el queue-f.el queue-m.el \
elib-node.el bintree.el avltree.el string.el read.el cookie.el dll.el \
dll-debug.el

ELCFILES = stack-f.elc stack-m.elc queue-f.elc queue-m.elc\
elib-node.elc bintree.elc avltree.elc string.elc read.elc cookie.elc dll.elc \
dll-debug.elc

all: elcfiles elib-startup.el info

elib-startup.el: startup-template.el Makefile
	sed s,ELIB_PATH,\"$(ELIBDIR)\", < startup-template.el > elib-startup.el

install: installdirs install-info
	$(INSTALL_DATA) $(ELFILES) $(ELIBDIR)
#$(INSTALL_DATA) $(ELCFILES) $(ELIBDIR)
#@echo Please merge elib-startup.el into $(locallisppath)/default.el

installdirs:
	-$(INSTALL_DIR) $(ELIBDIR)

install-info: elib.info
	$(INSTALL_DIR) $(infodir)
	$(INSTALL_DATA) elib.info* $(infodir)
#if $(SHELL) -c 'install-info --version' \
#	>/dev/null 2>&1; then \
#	install-info --infodir=$(infodir) elib.info; \
#else true; fi

clean:
	$(RM) *~ elib-startup.el core $(ELCFILES)
	$(RM) -r $(DISTDIR) $(DISTDIR).tar.gz $(DISTDIR).tar.gz.uu
	$(RM) -f elib.info*


info: elib.info

elib.info: elib.texi
	$(MAKEINFO) elib.texi

dvi: elib.dvi

elib.dvi: elib.texi
	$(TEXI2DVI) $(srcdir)/elib.texi

.PHONY: elcfiles
elcfiles:
	$(EMACS) -batch -l elib-compile-all.el -f compile-elib

TAGS tags:
	etags $(ELFILES)

# Below this point is rules for release management.

OTHERS = README INSTALL COPYING ChangeLog elib.texi gpl.texi \
	startup-template.el elib-compile-all.el Makefile \
	.cvsignore RELEASING TODO NEWS elib-test.el


DISTDIR = elib-$(VERSION)

dist: disttree
	rm -f $(DISTDIR).tar.gz $(DISTDIR).tar.gz.uu
	tar cvf $(DISTDIR).tar $(DISTDIR)
	gzip $(DISTDIR).tar

disttree:
	rm -rf $(DISTDIR) || exit 0
	mkdir $(DISTDIR)
	cp $(ELFILES) $(DISTDIR)
	cp $(OTHERS) $(DISTDIR)

# eof
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