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##   Makefile for src subdirectory in XEmacs.
##   Copyright (C) 1985, 1987, 1988, 1993, 1994 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
##   Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois
##   Copyright (C) 1996, 1997 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
##   Copyright (C) 1998, 1999 J. Kean Johnston.
##   Copyright (C) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2010 Ben Wing.

## This file is part of XEmacs.

## XEmacs is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
## under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
## Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any
## later version.

## XEmacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
## ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
## FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
## for more details.

## You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
## along with XEmacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
## the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
## Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.

## Synched up with: Not synched with FSF.

.PHONY: all
all: build-the-mofo

#define NOT_C_CODE
#include "config.h"

## Here are the things that we expect ../configure to edit.

#ifdef USE_GNU_MAKE
RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS=
#else
@SET_MAKE@
RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS=@RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS@
#endif

PROGNAME=@PROGNAME@
prefix=@prefix@
SRC=@srcdir@
blddir=@blddir@
version=@version@
CC=@XEMACS_CC@
CPP=@CPP@
CFLAGS=@XE_CFLAGS@
CPPFLAGS=@CPPFLAGS@
LDFLAGS=@LDFLAGS@

c_switch_all=@c_switch_all@
ld_switch_all=@ld_switch_all@
ld_libs_all=@ld_libs_all@
ld_dynamic_link_flags=@ld_dynamic_link_flags@

extra_objs=@extra_objs@
LN_S=@LN_S@

ld_switch_shared=@ld_switch_shared@
start_files=@start_files@
start_flags=@start_flags@
LD=@ld@
lib_gcc=@lib_gcc@
##libmcheck=@libmcheck@


## With the traditional VPATH setting, it is not possible to
## simultaneously compile in-place and in another directory.  The
## mistaken definition is that *all* dependencies are searched for in
## the VPATH directory, rather than just the dependencies that are not
## themselves targets.  Thus, if there is an up-to-date .o file in the
## in-place location, it will not get recompiled in the not-in-place
## location.

## The GNU Make "vpath" directive continues this tradition, but at
## least lets you restrict the classes of files that it applies to.
## This allows us to kludge around the problem.

#ifdef USE_GNU_MAKE
vpath %.c @srcdir@
vpath %.h @srcdir@
## now list files that should NOT be searched in the srcdir.
## This includes any .c or .h built from something else
## (e.g. a .in file).
vpath config.h
vpath paths.h
vpath Emacs.ad.h
vpath sheap-adjust.h
vpath dump-id.c
#else
VPATH=@srcdir@
#endif

SHELL=/bin/sh
RM = rm -f

LISP = $(SRC)/../lisp
ETC = $(SRC)/../etc
SRCMODULES = $(SRC)/../modules
LIB_SRC = ../lib-src
BLDSRC = .
BLDMODULES = ../modules
LWLIB_SRCDIR = $(SRC)/../lwlib

#########################################################################
##         Definitions of object files and other dependencies          ##
#########################################################################

## NOTE: Some of the object files are specified in this file, and others in
## configure.in.  The general rule is that they be specified here whenever
## possible -- in practice, that means that they have clear dependencies on
## configure defines.  They should be in configure.in when there is no
## configure define or when there is extremely hairy code to determine
## which files are needed (e.g. native sound support) and it would be
## pointless to duplicate that code.

gui_objs= gui.o
#ifdef HAVE_MENUBARS
gui_objs += menubar.o
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_SCROLLBARS
gui_objs += scrollbar.o
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_DIALOGS
gui_objs += dialog.o
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_TOOLBARS
gui_objs += toolbar.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS
x_objs=console-x.o device-x.o event-Xt.o frame-x.o \
 glyphs-x.o fontcolor-x.o redisplay-x.o select-x.o gccache-x.o intl-x.o
#ifdef HAVE_XFT
x_objs += font-mgr.o
#endif
x_gui_objs=$(gui_objs:.o=-x.o)
#ifdef HAVE_TOOLBARS
x_gui_objs += toolbar-xlike.o
#endif
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_MS_WINDOWS
mswindows_objs=console-msw.o device-msw.o event-msw.o frame-msw.o \
  fontcolor-msw.o select-msw.o redisplay-msw.o glyphs-msw.o
mswindows_gui_objs=$(gui_objs:.o=-msw.o)
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_TTY
tty_objs=console-tty.o device-tty.o event-tty.o frame-tty.o fontcolor-tty.o \
 redisplay-tty.o cm.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_GTK
gtk_objs=console-gtk.o device-gtk.o event-gtk.o frame-gtk.o \
 fontcolor-gtk.o redisplay-gtk.o glyphs-gtk.o select-gtk.o gccache-gtk.o \
 gtk-xemacs.o ui-gtk.o
gtk_gui_objs=$(gui_objs:.o=-gtk.o)
#ifdef HAVE_TOOLBARS
gtk_gui_objs += toolbar-xlike.o
#endif
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_BALLOON_HELP
balloon_help_objs=balloon_help.o balloon-x.o
#endif

#ifdef CLASH_DETECTION
clash_detection_objs=filelock.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_DATABASE
database_objs=database.o
#endif

#ifdef DEBUG_XEMACS
debug_objs=debug.o tests.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_UNIXOID_EVENT_LOOP
event_unixoid_objs=event-unixoid.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_WINDOW_SYSTEM
glyphs_objs=glyphs-eimage.o glyphs-shared.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_GPM
gpm_objs=gpmevent.o
#endif

#if defined(HAVE_LDAP) && !defined(HAVE_SHLIB)
ldap_objs=$(BLDMODULES)/ldap/eldap.o
#endif

#ifdef MULE
mule_objs=mule-ccl.o mule-charset.o mule-coding.o
#endif

#if defined(HAVE_CANNA) && !defined(HAVE_SHLIB)
mule_canna_objs=$(BLDMODULES)/canna/canna_api.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_WNN
mule_wnn_objs=mule-wnnfns.o
#endif

#ifdef WITH_GMP
number_objs=number-gmp.o number.o
#endif
#ifdef WITH_MP
number_objs=number-mp.o number.o
#endif

#if defined(HAVE_POSTGRESQL) && !defined(HAVE_SHLIB)
postgresql_objs=$(BLDMODULES)/postgresql/postgresql.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_WIN32_PROCESSES
process_objs=process-nt.o
#elif defined (HAVE_UNIX_PROCESSES)
process_objs=process-unix.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_SETITIMER
profile_objs=profile.o
#endif

#if defined (HEAP_IN_DATA) && !defined (PDUMP)
sheap_objs=sheap.o
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_SHLIB
shlib_objs=sysdll.o
# ifdef WIN32_ANY
export_lib=xemacs-export.o
xemacs-export.o: xemacs.def
	dlltool -D xemacs-${version}.exe -d $< -l xemacs-import.a -e $@
# endif
#endif

#ifdef SUNPRO
sunpro_objs=sunpro.o
#endif

#ifdef TOOLTALK
tooltalk_objs=tooltalk.o
#endif

#ifdef WIN32_ANY
win32_objs=win32.o intl-win32.o intl-auto-encap-win32.o intl-encap-win32.o \
 xemacs_res.o
#endif

#ifdef NEW_GC
new_gc_objs=mc-alloc.o vdb.o
# if defined (WIN32_ANY) || defined (VDB_WIN32)
vdb_objs=vdb-win32.o
# elif defined (VDB_MACH)
vdb_objs=vdb-mach.o
# elif defined (VDB_POSIX)
vdb_objs=vdb-posix.o
# else /* VDB_FAKE */
vdb_objs=vdb-fake.o
# endif
#endif /* NEW_GC */

## lastfile must follow all files whose initialized data areas should
## be dumped as pure by dump-emacs.

## NOTE: The last line cannot be all macros, because make will barf
## if they all come out null.

objs=\
 abbrev.o alloc.o alloca.o array.o \
 $(balloon_help_objs) blocktype.o buffer.o bytecode.o \
 callint.o casefiddle.o casetab.o chartab.o \
 $(clash_detection_objs) cmdloop.o cmds.o $(coding_system_objs) console.o \
 console-stream.o\
 data.o $(database_objs) $(debug_objs) device.o dired.o doc.o doprnt.o\
 editfns.o elhash.o emacs.o emodules.o eval.o events.o\
 event-stream.o $(event_unixoid_objs) $(extra_objs) extents.o\
 faces.o file-coding.o fileio.o $(LOCK_OBJ) filemode.o floatfns.o fns.o \
 font-lock.o frame.o\
 gc.o general.o glyphs.o $(glyphs_objs) glyphs-widget.o \
 $(gpm_objs) $(gtk_objs) $(gtk_gui_objs) $(gui_objs) \
 gutter.o\
 hash.o imgproc.o indent.o insdel.o intl.o\
 keymap.o $(RTC_patch_objs) line-number.o $(ldap_objs) lread.o lstream.o\
 $(new_gc_objs) $(vdb_objs) \
 macros.o marker.o md5.o minibuf.o $(mswindows_objs) $(mswindows_gui_objs)\
 $(mule_objs) $(mule_canna_objs) $(mule_wnn_objs) $(number_objs) fontcolor.o\
 opaque.o $(postgresql_objs) print.o process.o $(process_objs) $(profile_objs)\
 rangetab.o realpath.o redisplay.o redisplay-output.o regex.o\
 search.o select.o $(sheap_objs) $(shlib_objs) signal.o sound.o\
 specifier.o strftime.o $(sunpro_objs) symbols.o syntax.o sysdep.o\
 text.o $(tooltalk_objs) $(tty_objs) undo.o unicode.o $(x_objs) $(x_gui_objs)\
 widget.o window.o $(win32_objs)

obj_rtl = $(objs:.o=.c.rtl)

#ifdef REL_ALLOC
rallocdocsrc = ralloc.c
rallocobjs = ralloc.o
#endif

malloclib = $(libmcheck)
#ifndef SYSTEM_MALLOC
# ifdef ERROR_CHECK_MALLOC
#  ifdef DOUG_LEA_MALLOC
mallocobjs = free-hook.o vm-limit.o
#  else
mallocobjs = gmalloc.o free-hook.o vm-limit.o
#  endif
mallocdocsrc = free-hook.c
# else /* GNU malloc, sans error checking */
#   ifdef DOUG_LEA_MALLOC
mallocobjs = vm-limit.o
#  else
mallocobjs = gmalloc.o vm-limit.o
#  endif
mallocdocsrc =
# endif /* ERROR_CHECK_MALLOC */
#else /* SYSTEM_MALLOC */
mallocobjs =
mallocdocsrc =
# ifdef USE_DEBUG_MALLOC
malloclib = -ldmalloc
# endif /* USE_DEBUG_MALLOC */
#endif /* SYSTEM_MALLOC */

#ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS

lwlib_lib = ../lwlib/liblw.a

# ifdef EXTERNAL_WIDGET
external_widget_objs = ExternalShell.o extw-Xt-nonshared.o extw-Xlib-nonshared.o

#  ifdef LWLIB_USES_MOTIF
#    ifdef EXTW_LINK
motif_other_files = libextcli_Xm.a libextcli_Xm.so.1
#    else
motif_other_files = libextcli_Xm.a
#    endif
#endif /* LWLIB_USES_MOTIF */

#  ifdef EXTW_LINK
shared_other_files = libextcli_Xt.so.1 libextcli_Xlib.so.1
#  endif
other_files=\
 $(motif_other_files)\
 libextcli_Xt.a libextcli_Xlib.a\
 $(shared_other_files)

# endif /* EXTERNAL_WIDGET */

# if defined (HAVE_CDE)
dnd_objs = @dnd_objs@
# endif /* HAVE_CDE */

X11_objs =  EmacsFrame.o EmacsShell.o TopLevelEmacsShell.o TransientEmacsShell.o EmacsManager.o $(external_widget_objs) $(dnd_objs)
#endif /* HAVE_X_WINDOWS */

## define otherobjs as list of object files that make-docfile
## should not be told about.
otherobjs = lastfile.o $(mallocobjs) $(rallocobjs) $(X11_objs) $(export_lib)
otherrtls = $(otherobjs:.o=.c.rtl)
othersrcs = $(otherobjs:.o=.c)

LIBES = $(lwlib_lib) $(malloclib) $(ld_libs_all) $(lib_gcc)

#########################################################################
##                           Implicit rules                            ##
#########################################################################

## For performance and consistency, no built-in rules.
.SUFFIXES:
.SUFFIXES: .c .h .o .i .s .dep

## -Demacs is needed to make some files produce the correct version
## for use in Emacs.

cppflags = $(CPPFLAGS) -Demacs -I. -I$(SRC) $(c_switch_all)
cflags   = $(CFLAGS) $(cppflags)
#if defined (WIN32_NATIVE)
ldflags  = $(LDFLAGS) -mwindows -e _mainCRTStartup $(ld_switch_all) $(ld_dynamic_link_flags)
#else
ldflags  = $(LDFLAGS) $(ld_switch_all) $(ld_dynamic_link_flags)
#endif

#ifdef SOLARIS2
%.o : %.c
#else
.c.o:
#endif
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) $<

## Create preprocessor output (debugging purposes only)
.c.i:
#ifdef __GNUC__
	$(CC) -E $(cppflags) -o $@ $<
#else /* works on Solaris; what about other systems? */
	$(CC) -P $(cppflags) $<
#endif /* compiler */

## Create assembler output (debugging purposes only)
.c.s:
	$(CC) -S -c $(cflags) $<

## Create RTL files
%.c.rtl : %.c
	$(CC) -dr -c $(cflags) $<

#########################################################################
##                     Primary rebuilding process                      ##
#########################################################################

#ifdef PDUMP
DUMP_TARGET = $(PROGNAME).dmp
RAW_EXE  = $(PROGNAME)
DUMP_ID     = dump-id.o
#if !defined(WIN32_NATIVE) && defined(DUMP_IN_EXEC)
DUMP_TARGET = $(PROGNAME)
#ifndef CYGWIN
RAW_EXE  = temacs
#else
RAW_EXE  = temacs.exe
#endif
#endif
#else
DUMP_TARGET = $(PROGNAME)
RAW_EXE  = temacs
#endif

DO_TEMACS = $(DUMPENV) ./$(RAW_EXE)
DO_XEMACS = ./$(PROGNAME)

BATCH = -no-packages -batch
BATCH_PACKAGES = -vanilla -batch
TEMACS_BATCH = $(DO_TEMACS) -nd $(BATCH)
XEMACS_BATCH = $(DO_XEMACS) $(BATCH)
XEMACS_BATCH_PACKAGES = $(DO_XEMACS) $(BATCH_PACKAGES)
temacs_loadup_args = -l $(LISP)/loadup.el
dump_temacs_args   = $(temacs_loadup_args) dump
run_temacs_args = $(temacs_loadup_args) run-temacs
dump_temacs = $(TEMACS_BATCH) $(dump_temacs_args)

## Compile, dump, and make sure all .elc files are up-to-date.

## NOTE NOTE NOTE: There appears to be a fundamental but non-obvious
## difference between the way that standard `make', GNU Make, and `nmake'
## handle dependencies, and this means we have to write the dependencies in
## Makefile.in.in and xemacs.mak differently.  To illustrate this, consider
## the following first:

##.PHONY: all (`make' only)
## all: test.exe
##
##.PHONY: FRC.test.c (`make' only)
##FRC.test.c:
##
##test.c: FRC.test.c
##	if test ! -f foo ; then touch test.c; fi (`make' only)
##	if not exist foo touch test.c (`nmake' only)
##
##test.obj: test.c
##	touch test.obj
##
##test.exe: test.obj
##	touch test.exe

## (GNU Make doesn't need the .PHONY declarations, but evidently some versions
## of `make' do.  nmake doesn't need them and doesn't allow them, either.)

## Running `make' rebuilds test.exe only if `foo' doesn't exist.
## Running `nmake -f Makefile' rebuilds it regardless.

## Both conclude that test.c needs to be rebuilt since its dependent is
## non-existent.  But `make' recalculates its dependencies after running
## the commands for test.c, and notices that test.c hasn't changed, and
## thus test.obj and test.exe are up-to-date.  `nmake' doesn't.

## On the other hand, consider the following:

##.PHONY: all (`make' only)
##all: check-foo test.exe
##
##.PHONY: check-foo (`make' only)
##check-foo:
##	if test ! -f foo; then touch test.c; fi (`make' only)
##	if not exist foo touch test.c (`nmake' only)
##
##test.c:
##	touch test.c
##
##test.obj: test.c
##	touch test.obj
##
##test.exe: test.c test.obj
##	touch test.exe
##

## Running `nmake -f Makefile' (and `GNU make') rebuilds test.exe only if
## `foo' doesn't exist.
## Running some versions of non-GNU `make' does nothing at all once test.c,
## test.obj and test.exe all exist.

## It appears that `nmake' doesn't check dependencies for test.exe until it
## actually needs to be rebuilt, so this "sideways" dependency script
## works.  GNU make evidently recalculates *all* dependencies after each
## command so has no problem, either.  But some makes apparently calculate
## all dependencies at startup and then, after executing a command to build
## a dependency, only recheck relationships involving that particular
## dependency.

## In XEmacs-land, the above situation exists wrt the `NEEDTODUMP'
## dependency, recalculated by `update-elc.el'.  Thus, Makefile.in.in must
## use the method #1 above, and nmake must use method #2.

## -ben

.PHONY: build-the-mofo
build-the-mofo: update-elc-2 $(mo_file) $(other_files) $(LISP)/finder-inf.el load-shadows

## (1) Compile all dependencies of the XEmacs executable

#ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS
lwlib_deps = $(lwlib_lib)
$(lwlib_lib):
	cd ../lwlib && $(MAKE) $(RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS)
#endif /* HAVE_X_WINDOWS */

link_deps = $(start_files) $(objs) $(otherobjs) $(lwlib_deps)

$(LIB_SRC)/make-dump-id:
	cd $(LIB_SRC) && $(MAKE) $(RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS) make-dump-id

dump-id.c: $(LIB_SRC)/make-dump-id $(link_deps)
	$(LIB_SRC)/make-dump-id

## (2) Link the XEmacs executable

#if !defined(PDUMP) || !defined(DUMP_IN_EXEC) || defined(WIN32_NATIVE)
$(RAW_EXE): $(link_deps) $(DUMP_ID)
	$(LD) $(start_flags) $(ldflags) -o $@ $(start_files) $(objs) $(otherobjs) $(DUMP_ID) $(LIBES)
#else
$(RAW_EXE): $(link_deps) $(DUMP_ID)
	if test -f dump-size ; then \
		$(CC) -c $(cflags) -DMAX_SIZE=`cat dump-size` $(SRC)/dump-data.c ;\
	else \
		$(CC) -c $(cflags) -DMAX_SIZE=0 $(SRC)/dump-data.c ;\
	fi
	$(LD) $(start_flags) $(ldflags) -o $@ $(start_files) $(objs) $(otherobjs) $(DUMP_ID) dump-data.o $(LIBES)
#endif

## (3) Update the .elc's needed for dumping

.PHONY: FRC.needtodump
FRC.needtodump:

## This file is touched by update-elc.el when redumping is necessary.
## We use $(BLDSRC) == `.' here to help keep sync with nt/xemacs.mak,
## where $(BLDSRC) is not `.'.
$(BLDSRC)/NEEDTODUMP: $(RAW_EXE) FRC.needtodump
	$(TEMACS_BATCH) -l $(LISP)/update-elc.el

## (4) Build the DOC file

obj_src = $(objs:.o=.c)

$(LIB_SRC)/make-docfile:
	cd $(LIB_SRC) && $(MAKE) $(RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS) make-docfile

$(LIB_SRC)/DOC: $(LIB_SRC)/make-docfile $(BLDSRC)/NEEDTODUMP $(temacs_deps)
#ifdef QUICK_BUILD
	if test ! -f $@ ; then \
#else
	if true ; then \
#endif
	$(TEMACS_BATCH) -l $(LISP)/make-docfile.el -- \
		-o $(LIB_SRC)/DOC -d $(SRC) -i $(LIB_SRC)/../site-packages \
		$(obj_src) $(mallocdocsrc) $(rallocdocsrc) \
		$(extra_doc_files) ; fi

## (5) Dump

$(DUMP_TARGET): $(RAW_EXE) $(BLDSRC)/NEEDTODUMP $(LIB_SRC)/DOC
#ifdef HEAP_IN_DATA
	@$(RM) $@ && touch SATISFIED
	$(dump_temacs)
	@if test -f SATISFIED; then $(RM) SATISFIED; else $(RM) $@; \
	$(MAKE) $(RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS) $@; fi
#else
	@$(RM) $@
	$(dump_temacs)
#endif
#if defined(PDUMP) && defined(DUMP_IN_EXEC) && !defined(WIN32_NATIVE)
	if test -f dump-size; then \
		$(LIB_SRC)/insert-data-in-exec $(RAW_EXE) $(DUMP_TARGET).dmp $(DUMP_TARGET) `$(DO_TEMACS) -si`; \
		ret=$$? ; \
		if test $${ret} -eq 2; then \
			$(RM) dump-size ; \
		else \
			if test $${ret} -eq 1; then \
				exit 1; \
			else \
				chmod +x $(DUMP_TARGET) ; \
			fi ; \
		fi ; \
	fi
	if test ! -f dump-size; then \
		$(LIB_SRC)/insert-data-in-exec -s $(DUMP_TARGET).dmp > dump-size ; \
		$(RM) dump-data.o $(DUMP_TARGET) $(DUMP_TARGET).dmp $(RAW_EXE);\
		$(MAKE) $(RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS) $@; \
	fi
#endif

## (6) Update the remaining .elc's, post-dumping

.PHONY: update-elc-2
update-elc-2: $(DUMP_TARGET)
	$(XEMACS_BATCH) -no-autoloads -l update-elc-2.el -f batch-update-elc-2 $(LISP)

## (7) Other random stuff

$(LISP)/finder-inf.el: update-elc-2
	@echo "Building finder database ..."
	$(RM) $(LISP)/finder-inf.el
	$(XEMACS_BATCH)	-eval "(setq finder-compile-keywords-quiet t)" \
		-eval "(setq lisp-directory \"$(LISP)\")" \
		-l finder -f finder-compile-keywords
	@echo "Building finder database ...(done)"

.PHONY: load-shadows
load-shadows: update-elc-2
#ifndef QUICK_BUILD
	@echo "Testing for Lisp shadows ..."
	@$(XEMACS_BATCH) -f list-load-path-shadows
#endif

###################### Misc targets

release: all
	-if [ -w $(LISP) ]; then \
	  w=`pwd`; cd $(SRC) && $$w/$(RAW_EXE) -nd $(BATCH) -l $(LISP)/inc-vers; \
	else true; fi
	-$(dump_temacs)
	touch release

.PHONY: fastdump
fastdump: $(RAW_EXE)
	@$(RM) $(DUMP_TARGET) && touch SATISFIED
	-$(dump_temacs)
	@$(XEMACS_BATCH) -f list-load-path-shadows

.PHONY: all-elc
all-elc:
	cd .. && $(MAKE) $(RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS)

#########################################################################
##                     Subsidiary dependency rules                     ##
#########################################################################

TopLevelEmacsShell.o : $(SRC)/EmacsShell-sub.c config.h xintrinsicp.h EmacsShellP.h
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) -DDEFINE_TOP_LEVEL_EMACS_SHELL $(SRC)/EmacsShell-sub.c
	mv EmacsShell-sub.o TopLevelEmacsShell.o

TopLevelEmacsShell.c.rtl : $(SRC)/EmacsShell-sub.c config.h xintrinsicp.h EmacsShellP.h
	$(CC) -dr -c $(cflags) -DDEFINE_TOP_LEVEL_EMACS_SHELL $(SRC)/EmacsShell-sub.c
	mv EmacsShell-sub.c.rtl TopLevelEmacsShell.c.rtl

TransientEmacsShell.o : $(SRC)/EmacsShell-sub.c TopLevelEmacsShell.o config.h xintrinsicp.h EmacsShellP.h
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) -DDEFINE_TRANSIENT_EMACS_SHELL $(SRC)/EmacsShell-sub.c
	mv EmacsShell-sub.o TransientEmacsShell.o

TransientEmacsShell.c.rtl : $(SRC)/EmacsShell-sub.c TopLevelEmacsShell.o config.h xintrinsicp.h EmacsShellP.h
	$(CC) -dr -c $(cflags) -DDEFINE_TRANSIENT_EMACS_SHELL $(SRC)/EmacsShell-sub.c
	mv EmacsShell-sub.c.rtl TransientEmacsShell.c.rtl

## The above rules are subject to a race condition if using a parallel make.
TransientEmacsShell.o : TopLevelEmacsShell.o
TransientEmacsShell.c.rtl : TopLevelEmacsShell.c.rtl

## Position-independent code for shared library creation
#if USE_GCC
pic_arg = -fpic
#elif defined (IRIX)
pic_arg = -KPIC
# else
pic_arg = -K pic
#endif

#ifdef EXTERNAL_WIDGET

external_client_motif_objs_shared    = ExternalClient-Xm-shared.o extw-Xt-shared.o extw-Xlib-shared.o
external_client_xt_objs_shared       = ExternalClient-Xt-shared.o extw-Xt-shared.o extw-Xlib-shared.o
external_client_xlib_objs_shared     = ExternalClient-Xlib-shared.o extw-Xlib-shared.o
external_client_motif_objs_nonshared = ExternalClient-Xm-nonshared.o extw-Xt-nonshared.o extw-Xlib-nonshared.o
external_client_xt_objs_nonshared    = ExternalClient-Xt-nonshared.o extw-Xt-nonshared.o extw-Xlib-nonshared.o
external_client_xlib_objs_nonshared  = ExternalClient-Xlib-nonshared.o extw-Xlib-nonshared.o

## Add dependencies so things work right with a parallel make
ExternalClient-Xm-shared.o: $(SRC)/ExternalClient.c ExternalClient-Xt-shared.o ExternalClient-Xm-nonshared.o
	$(CC) -c $(pic_arg) $(cflags) -DEXTW_USES_MOTIF $(SRC)/ExternalClient.c
	mv ExternalClient.o ExternalClient-Xm-shared.o

ExternalClient-Xt-shared.o: $(SRC)/ExternalClient.c ExternalClient-Xt-nonshared.o
	$(CC) -c $(pic_arg) $(cflags) $(SRC)/ExternalClient.c
	mv ExternalClient.o ExternalClient-Xt-shared.o

ExternalClient-Xlib-shared.o: $(SRC)/ExternalClient-Xlib.c ExternalClient-Xlib-nonshared.o
	$(CC) -c $(pic_arg) $(cflags) $(SRC)/ExternalClient-Xlib.c
	mv ExternalClient-Xlib.o ExternalClient-Xlib-shared.o

ExternalClient-Xm-nonshared.o: $(SRC)/ExternalClient.c ExternalClient-Xt-nonshared.o
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) -DEXTW_USES_MOTIF $(SRC)/ExternalClient.c
	mv ExternalClient.o ExternalClient-Xm-nonshared.o

ExternalClient-Xt-nonshared.o: $(SRC)/ExternalClient.c
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) $(SRC)/ExternalClient.c
	mv ExternalClient.o ExternalClient-Xt-nonshared.o

ExternalClient-Xlib-nonshared.o: $(SRC)/ExternalClient-Xlib.c
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) $(SRC)/ExternalClient-Xlib.c
	mv ExternalClient-Xlib.o ExternalClient-Xlib-nonshared.o

## We compile the common files twice (once with PIC and once without)
## because on some systems, compiling with PIC but not linking into
## a shared library messes things up.

extw-Xt-shared.o: $(SRC)/extw-Xt.c extw-Xt-nonshared.o
	$(CC) -c $(pic_arg) $(cflags) $(SRC)/extw-Xt.c
	mv extw-Xt.o extw-Xt-shared.o

extw-Xlib-shared.o: $(SRC)/extw-Xlib.c extw-Xlib-nonshared.o
	$(CC) -c $(pic_arg) $(cflags) $(SRC)/extw-Xlib.c
	mv extw-Xlib.o extw-Xlib-shared.o

extw-Xt-nonshared.o: $(SRC)/extw-Xt.c
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) $(SRC)/extw-Xt.c
	mv extw-Xt.o extw-Xt-nonshared.o

extw-Xlib-nonshared.o: $(SRC)/extw-Xlib.c
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) $(SRC)/extw-Xlib.c
	mv extw-Xlib.o extw-Xlib-nonshared.o

libextcli_Xm.a: $(external_client_motif_objs_nonshared)
	ar r libextcli_Xm.a $(external_client_motif_objs_nonshared)

libextcli_Xt.a: $(external_client_xt_objs_nonshared)
	ar r libextcli_Xt.a $(external_client_xt_objs_nonshared)

libextcli_Xlib.a: $(external_client_xlib_objs_nonshared)
	ar r libextcli_Xlib.a $(external_client_xlib_objs_nonshared)

## Now we try to figure out how to link a shared library.
## If we cannot figure it out, leave EXTW_LINK undefined and a shared
## library will not be created.

# ifdef USE_GCC
#  ifdef USG5
#   define EXTW_LINK(objs, output) $(CC) -shared objs -Xlinker -z -Xlinker text -o output
extw_link_beg = $(CC) -shared
extw_link_mid = -Xlinker -z -Xlinker text -o
extw_link_end =
## I cannot figure out how to do shared a.out libraries, so just punt.
#  elif !defined (LINUX) || defined (__ELF__)
#   define EXTW_LINK(objs, output) $(CC) -shared objs -o output
extw_link_beg = $(CC) -shared
extw_link_mid = -o
extw_link_end =
#  endif
# elif defined (USG5)
#  if defined (IRIX)
#   define EXTW_LINK(objs, output) $(LD) -shared -g -check_registry $(TOOLROOT)/usr/lib/so_locations objs -o output
extw_link_beg = $(LD) -shared -g -check_registry $(TOOLROOT)/usr/lib/so_locations
extw_link_mid =  -o
extw_link_end =
#  else /* not IRIX */
#   define EXTW_LINK(objs, output) $(CC) -G objs -z text -o output
extw_link_beg = $(CC) -G
extw_link_mid = -z text -o
extw_link_end =
#  endif /* not IRIX */
# else /* not USG5 */
#  define EXTW_LINK(objs, output) $(LD) -dc objs -assert pure-text -o output
extw_link_beg = $(LD) -dc
extw_link_mid = -assert pure-text -o
extw_link_end =
# endif /* not USG5 */

#ifdef EXTW_LINK

libextcli_Xm.so.1: $(external_client_motif_objs_shared)
	$(extw_link_beg) $(external_client_motif_objs_shared) $(extw_link_mid) libextcli_Xm.so.1 $(extw_link_end)

libextcli_Xt.so.1: $(external_client_xt_objs_shared)
	$(extw_link_beg) $(external_client_xt_objs_shared) $(extw_link_mid) libextcli_Xt.so.1 $(extw_link_end)

libextcli_Xlib.so.1: $(external_client_xlib_objs_shared)
	$(extw_link_beg) $(external_client_xlib_objs_shared) $(extw_link_mid) libextcli_Xlib.so.1 $(extw_link_end)

#endif /* EXTW_LINK */

#endif /* EXTERNAL_WIDGET */

config.h: $(SRC)/config.h.in
Emacs.ad.h: $(ETC)/Emacs.ad

config.h sheap-adjust.h paths.h Emacs.ad.h :
	@echo "The file $@ needs to be re-generated."
	@echo "Please run a make in the top level directory."
	@echo "Consult the file \`INSTALL' for instructions for building XEmacs."
	@exit 1

## Some machines have alloca built-in.
## They should define HAVE_ALLOCA, or may just let alloca.s
## be used but generate no code.
## Some have it written in assembler in alloca.s.
## Some use the C version in alloca.c (these define C_ALLOCA in config.h).
## Nowadays we always compile in the C version and use it to avoid stack
## overflow.

#ifdef C_ALLOCA
#else
#ifndef HAVE_ALLOCA
allocax.o : $(SRC)/alloca.s config.h
## $(CPP) is cc -E, which may get confused by filenames
## that do not end in .c.  So copy file to a safe name.  */
##	cp $(SRC)/alloca.s allocatem.c
## Remove any ^L, blank lines, and preprocessor comments,
## since some assemblers barf on them.  Use a different basename for the
## output file, since some stupid compilers (Green Hill) use that
## name for the intermediate assembler file.
	$(CPP) $(cppflags) allocatem.c | \
	sed -e 's///' -e 's/^#.*//' | \
	sed -n -e '/^..*$$/p' > allocax.s
	@$(RM) alloca.o
	$(CC) -c allocax.s
	$(RM) allocax.s allocatem.c
#endif /* HAVE_ALLOCA */
#endif /* ! defined (C_ALLOCA) */

#ifdef HAVE_NATIVE_SOUND
sound_cflags=@sound_cflags@
sunplay.o: $(SRC)/sunplay.c
	$(CC) -c  $(sound_cflags) $(cflags) $(SRC)/sunplay.c
hpplay.o: $(SRC)/hpplay.c
	$(CC) -c -Demacs $(sound_cflags) $(cflags) $(SRC)/hpplay.c
#endif /* HAVE_NATIVE_SOUND */

#if defined(HAVE_GLADE_GLADE_H) || defined(HAVE_GLADE_H)
glade_files=glade.c
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_GTK
extra_doc_files=emacs-widget-accessors.c ui-byhand.c $(glade_files)
#endif

xemacs_res.o: $(SRC)/../nt/xemacs.rc
	windres --include-dir $(SRC)/../nt -i $(SRC)/../nt/xemacs.rc -o $@

#########################################################################
##                          Other random crap                          ##
#########################################################################

dortl : $(obj_rtl) $(otherrtls)
	echo "(defvar source-files '(" > $(LISP)/source-files.el
	(for a in $(obj_src) $(othersrcs);do \
	echo -n "\""$$a"\"" >> $(LISP)/source-files.el ;\
	done)
	echo "))" >> $(LISP)/source-files.el

###################### Lint
LINT.c=$(LINT) $(LINTFLAGS) $(LINTINCLUDES)
LINTFILES= $(objs:.o=.ln)
LINTINCLUDES = $(cppflags)
## LINTFLAGS= -fd -m -p -s -u -v -x
LINTFLAGS= -fd -m -s -u -v -x
.PHONY: lint
lint: $(LINTFILES)
	$(LINT.c) $(LINTFILES)

###################### Automated tests
testdir = $(SRC)/../tests/automated
batch_test_emacs = $(BATCH_PACKAGES) -l test-harness -f batch-test-emacs $(testdir)

## `config-changed' is useful if you are building both Unicode-internal
## and old-Mule workspaces using --srcdir and don't run configure before
## switching from one to the other.  If you rerun configure, update-elc.el
## notices this and automatically removes the two files below, but not
## if you just switch directories and `make'.  In that case, do
## `make config-changed' to avoid an error.

.PHONY: remove-config-dependent-elcs config-changed
remove-config-dependent-elcs:
	rm $(LISP)/mule/chinese.elc $(LISP)/mule/general-late.elc
config-changed: remove-config-dependent-elcs all


.PHONY: check check-temacs check-features
check:
	$(DO_XEMACS) $(batch_test_emacs)
check-temacs:
	$(TEMACS_BATCH) $(run_temacs_args) $(batch_test_emacs)
check-features: all
	$(XEMACS_BATCH) -l check-features.el

###################### Debugging targets

## None of the debugging products work with a dumped xemacs binary,
## because it does unexpected things like free memory that has been
## malloc'ed in a *different* process!!  So we need to run these on
## temacs.

## RTC is Sun WorkShop's Run Time Checking, integrated with dbx
rtc_patch.o:
	rtc_patch_area -o $@

rtcmacs: $(temacs_deps) rtc_patch.o
	$(RM) $(RAW_EXE); $(MAKE) $(RECURSIVE_MAKE_ARGS) $(RAW_EXE) RTC_patch_objs=rtc_patch.o
	mv $(RAW_EXE) rtcmacs

.PHONY: run-rtcmacs
run-rtcmacs: rtcmacs
	dbx -q -C -c \
	'dbxenv rtc_error_log_file_name /dev/fd/1; \
	dbxenv suppress_startup_message 5.0; \
	ignore POLL; \
	check -access; \
	suppress rui; \
	runargs -nd $(BATCH) $(run_temacs_args) -vanilla; \
	run' rtcmacs

debug-temacs: $(RAW_EXE)
	-gdb $(RAW_EXE)

## Purify, Quantify, PureCoverage are software quality products from
## Rational, formerly Pure Atria, formerly Pure Software.
##
## Purify
PURIFY_PROG  = purify
PURIFY_LIBS  =
PURIFY_FLAGS =\
#ifdef PDUMP
 -search-mmaps=yes\
#endif
 -chain-length=32 -ignore-signals=SIGPOLL\
 -cache-dir=$(blddir)/purecache -always-use-cache-dir=yes

puremacs: $(temacs_deps)
	$(PURIFY_PROG) $(PURIFY_FLAGS) $(LD) $(temacs_link_args) $(PURIFY_LIBS)
	cp $@ $(RAW_EXE)

## Quantify
#ifdef  QUANTIFY
QUANTIFY_PROG     = quantify
QUANTIFY_HOME     = `$(QUANTIFY_PROG) -print-home-dir`
QUANTIFY_FLAGS    = -cache-dir=./purecache -always-use-cache-dir=yes
cppflags         += -I$(QUANTIFY_HOME)
temacs_link_args += $(QUANTIFY_HOME)/quantify_stubs.a

quantmacs: $(temacs_deps)
	$(QUANTIFY_PROG) $(QUANTIFY_FLAGS) $(LD) $(temacs_link_args)
	cp $@ $(RAW_EXE)
#endif /* QUANTIFY */

PURECOV_PROG=purecov
covmacs: $(temacs_deps)
	$(PURECOV_PROG) $(LD) $(temacs_link_args)

###################### Clean

.PHONY: mostlyclean clean distclean realclean versionclean extraclean
.PHONY: distclean-noconfig realclean-noconfig extraclean-noconfig
mostlyclean:
	-$(RM) *.o *.i *.rtl *.ln core \
	temacs puremacs quantmacs covmacs rtcmacs temacs.exe \
	sheap-adjust.h dump-id.c dump-size $(BLDSRC)/NEEDTODUMP SATISFIED \
	$(LIB_SRC)/*.po $(LIB_SRC)/*.mo
versionclean:
	-$(RM) $(RAW_EXE) $(DUMP_TARGET) $(DUMP_TARGET).dmp $(LIB_SRC)/DOC
##      Remove the generated load files here; they cause lots of problems
##      when they don't work right.
clean: mostlyclean versionclean
	-$(RM) libextcli* $(LISP)/auto-autoloads.el* $(LISP)/custom-load.el* \
	$(LISP)/mule/auto-autoloads.el* $(LISP)/mule/custom-load.el* \
	$(SRCMODULES)/auto-autoloads.el* $(SRCMODULES)/custom-load.el*
## This is used in making a distribution.
## Do not use it on development directories!
distclean-noconfig: clean
	-$(RM) config.h paths.h Emacs.ad.h $(LISP)/finder-inf.el* \
	TAGS xemacs.def xemacs.def.in
## This is used in making a distribution.
## Do not use it on development directories!
distclean: distclean-noconfig
	-$(RM) GNUmakefile Makefile Makefile.in
realclean-noconfig: distclean-noconfig
realclean: distclean
extraclean-noconfig: realclean-noconfig
	-$(RM) *~ \#* m/*~ m/\#* s/*~ s/\#* *.s gdb.txt
extraclean: realclean
	-$(RM) *~ \#* m/*~ m/\#* s/*~ s/\#* *.s gdb.txt

###################### Lock, unlock

.PHONY : lock unlock
SOURCES = *.[chm] *.pswm [sm]/* COPYING paths.h.in Makefile.in.in \
	config.h.in README COPYING ChangeLog
unlock:
	chmod u+w $(SOURCES)

relock:
	chmod -w $(SOURCES)

###################### Installation

## Header files for ellcc
#ifdef HAVE_SHLIB
MAKEPATH=../lib-src/make-path
install: $(PROGNAME)
	$(MAKEPATH) $(archlibdir)/include $(archlibdir)/include/m $(archlibdir)/include/s
	-@echo "Copying include files for ellcc..."
	-@hdir=`pwd`; \
	cd $(SRC); hdrdir2=`pwd`; cd $$hdir; \
	test "$$hdrdir2" != "$$hdir" && hdir="$$hdir $$hdrdir2"; \
	(for thisdir in $$hdir; do \
		cd $$thisdir && \
		(hdrtars=; \
		for hdrfile in *.h; do \
			hdrtars="$$hdrtars $$hdrfile"; \
		done; \
		test -d s && hdrtars="$$hdrtars s/*"; \
		test -d m && hdrtars="$$hdrtars m/*"; \
		test -n "$$hdrtars" && (tar cf - $$hdrtars) | \
			(cd $(archlibdir)/include && umask 022 && tar xf -); \
		chmod 755 $(archlibdir)/include; \
		test -d $(archlibdir)/include/s && \
		  chmod 755 $(archlibdir)/include/s; \
		test -d $(archlibdir)/include/m && \
		  chmod 755 $(archlibdir)/include/s;) \
	done)
#endif

###################### Dependencies

## Dependency processing using home-grown script, not makedepend
.PHONY: depend
FRC.depend:
depend: FRC.depend
	cd $(SRC) && $(RM) depend.tmp && \
	perl ./make-src-depend > depend.tmp && \
	if cmp -s depend depend.tmp; \
	then $(RM) depend.tmp; \
	else $(RM) depend && mv depend.tmp depend; \
	fi

###################### Unicode encapsulation

.PHONY: unicode-encapsulate
FRC.unicode-encapsulate:
unicode-encapsulate: FRC.unicode-encapsulate
	cd $(SRC) && \
	perl ../lib-src/make-mswin-unicode.pl --c-output intl-auto-encap-win32.c --h-output intl-auto-encap-win32.h intl-encap-win32.c