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##   Makefile for lib-src subdirectory in XEmacs.
##   Copyright (C) 1985, 1987, 1988, 1993, 1994 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
##   Copyright (C) 1996, 1997 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
##   Copyright (C) 2005 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.

## Note: FSF Makefile.in.in does something weird so that the comments
## above a certain point in this file are in shell format instead of
## in C format.  How the hell is this supposed to work? */

## For performance and consistency, no built-in rules
.SUFFIXES:
.SUFFIXES: .c .h .o
## ==================== Things "configure" will edit ====================

@SET_MAKE@
SHELL = /bin/sh
RM = rm -f
pwd = /bin/pwd

CC=@CC@
CPP=@CPP@
CFLAGS=@CFLAGS@
CPPFLAGS=@CPPFLAGS@
LDFLAGS=@LDFLAGS@
ALLOCA=@ALLOCA@
LN_S=@LN_S@
version=@version@
etags_xemacs_version=@verbose_version@

## This will be the name of the generated binary and is set automatically
## by configure.
PROGNAME=@PROGNAME@

## ==================== Where To Install Things ====================

prefix=@prefix@
exec_prefix=@exec_prefix@
bindir=@bindir@
libdir=@libdir@
srcdir=@srcdir@
datadir=@datadir@
datarootdir=@datarootdir@
instvardir=@instvardir@
top_srcdir=@top_srcdir@
archlibdir=@archlibdir@
configuration=@configuration@
moduledir=@moduledir@
sitemoduledir=@sitemoduledir@

## ==================== Utility Programs for the Build =================

INSTALL = @install_pp@ @INSTALL@
INSTALL_PROGRAM = @INSTALL_PROGRAM@
INSTALL_DATA = @INSTALL_DATA@

## ========================== Lists of Files ===========================

#define NO_SHORTNAMES
#define NOT_C_CODE
#include "../src/config.h"

#ifndef WIN32_NATIVE
#define INSTALL_GNUSERV
#endif

## ----------------------------------------------------------------
## Things that a user might actually run directly,
## which should be installed in ${bindir}.

PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_EXES=\
#ifdef INSTALL_GNUSERV
 gnuclient\
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_SHLIB
 ellcc\
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_MS_WINDOWS
 winclient\
#endif
 etags ctags b2m ootags

#ifdef INSTALL_GNUSERV
PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS=gnudoit gnuattach
#else
PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS=
#endif

PUBLIC_INSTALLABLES = ${PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_EXES} ${PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS}

## ----------------------------------------------------------------
## Things that XEmacs runs internally on the user's behalf,
## which should be installed in ${archlibdir}.

PRIVATE_INSTALLABLE_EXES=\
#ifdef INSTALL_GNUSERV
 gnuserv\
#endif
#ifdef WIN32_NATIVE
 i minitar\
#else
 fakemail\
#endif
 profile make-docfile digest-doc\
 sorted-doc movemail cvtmail hexl mmencode

GEN_SCRIPTS = rcs2log vcdiff gzip-el.sh
PKG_SCRIPTS = add-big-package.sh
PRIVATE_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS = $(GEN_SCRIPTS) $(PKG_SCRIPTS)

PRIVATE_INSTALLABLES = ${PRIVATE_INSTALLABLE_EXES} ${PRIVATE_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS}

## ----------------------------------------------------------------
## Things that XEmacs uses during the build process itself.
## Not installed.

#ifdef DUMP_IN_EXEC
BUILD_UTILITIES = make-path make-dump-id insert-data-in-exec
#else
BUILD_UTILITIES = make-path make-dump-id
#endif

EXES    = ${PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_EXES} ${PRIVATE_INSTALLABLE_EXES} ${BUILD_UTILITIES}
SCRIPTS = ${PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS} ${PRIVATE_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS}
PROGS   = ${EXES} ${SCRIPTS}

## Additional -D flags for movemail (add to MOVE_FLAGS if desired):
## MAIL_USE_POP		Support mail retrieval from a POP mailbox.
## MAIL_USE_MMDF		Support MMDF mailboxes.
## MAIL_USE_FLOCK	Use flock for file locking (see the comments
##			about locking in movemail.c)
## MAIL_UNLINK_SPOOL	Unlink the user spool mailbox after reading
##			it (instead of just emptying it).
## KERBEROS		Support Kerberized POP.
## KRB5			Support Kerberos Version 5 pop instead of
##			Version 4 (define this in addition to
##			KERBEROS).
## HESIOD		Support Hesiod lookups of user mailboxes.
## MAILHOST		A string, the host name of the default POP
##			mail host for the site.

MOVE_FLAGS=
##
## Additional libraries for movemail:
## For KERBEROS
## MOVE_LIBS= -lkrb -ldes -lcom_err
## For KERBEROS + KRB5
## MOVE_LIBS= -lkrb5 -lcrypto -lisode -lcom_err
## Add "-lhesiod" if HESIOD is defined.

MOVE_LIBS=

## ========================== start of cpp stuff =======================

#ifdef USE_GNU_MAKE
vpath %.c @srcdir@
vpath %.h @srcdir@
#else
VPATH=@srcdir@
#endif

c_switch_general=@c_switch_general@
c_switch_all=@c_switch_all@
ld_switch_general=@ld_switch_general@
ld_switch_all=@ld_switch_all@
ld_libs_general=@ld_libs_general@

## We need to #define emacs to get the right versions of some files.

## To understand the order of -I flags, consider what happens if you run
## ./configure in the source tree, and then run
## $(srcdir).2.26/configure in some other build tree.
## Where will the generated files like config.h be included from?
## This is also why you _must_ use <...> instead of "..." 
## when #include'ing generated files.
cppflags = -I. -I../src -I$(srcdir) -I$(top_srcdir)/src $(CPPFLAGS)
cflags   = $(CFLAGS) $(cppflags) $(c_switch_general)
ldflags  = $(LDFLAGS) $(ld_switch_general) $(ld_libs_general)

## This is the default compilation command.
## But we should never rely on it, because some make version
## failed to find it for getopt.o.
## Using an explicit command made it work.
.c.o:
	${CC} -c $(cflags) $<

.PHONY : all maybe-blessmail install uninstall check

all: ${PROGS}

## Make symlinks for shell scripts if using --srcdir
${SCRIPTS}:
	for f in ${SCRIPTS}; do \
		if test ! -r $$f; then ${LN_S} ${srcdir}/$$f $$f; fi; \
	done

#undef MOVEMAIL_NEEDS_BLESSING
#if !defined (MAIL_USE_FLOCK) && ! defined (MAIL_USE_LOCKF)
#define MOVEMAIL_NEEDS_BLESSING
blessmail = blessmail
blessmail:
	../src/xemacs -batch -no-packages -l ../lisp/blessmail.el
	chmod +x $@
#endif /* movemail needs blessing */

maybe-blessmail: $(blessmail)
#ifdef MOVEMAIL_NEEDS_BLESSING
## Do not charge ahead and do it!  Let the installer decide.
##	  ./blessmail ${archlibdir}/movemail
	@if test `wc -l <blessmail` != 2; then \
	  dir=`sed -n -e 's/echo mail directory = \(.*\)/\1/p' blessmail`; \
	  echo "*************************************************************";\
	  echo "Assuming $$dir is really the mail spool directory, you should";\
	  echo "run  lib-src/blessmail ${archlibdir}/movemail"; \
	  echo "as root, to give  movemail  appropriate permissions."; \
	  echo "Do that after running  make install."; \
	  echo "You can also do  make blessmail. "; \
	  echo "*************************************************************";\
	fi
#endif

do-blessmail: $(blessmail)
#ifdef MOVEMAIL_NEEDS_BLESSING
	./blessmail ${archlibdir}/movemail
#endif

## Install the internal utilities.  Until they are installed, we can
## just run them directly from lib-src.
${archlibdir}: all
	@echo; echo "Installing utilities run internally by XEmacs."
	./make-path ${archlibdir}
	if test "`(cd ${archlibdir} && $(pwd))`" != "`$(pwd)`"; then \
	  for f in ${PRIVATE_INSTALLABLE_EXES}; do \
	    (cd .. && $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) lib-src/$$f ${archlibdir}/$$f) ; \
	  done ; \
	fi
	if test "`(cd ${archlibdir} && $(pwd))`" \
	     != "`(cd ${srcdir}     && $(pwd))`"; then \
	  for f in ${PRIVATE_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS}; do \
	    (cd .. && $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) ${srcdir}/$$f ${archlibdir}/$$f); \
	  done ; \
	fi

install: ${archlibdir}
	@echo; echo "Installing utilities for users to run."
	for file in ${PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_EXES} ; do \
	  (cd .. && $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) lib-src/$${file} ${bindir}/$${file}) ; \
	done
	for file in ${PUBLIC_INSTALLABLE_SCRIPTS} ; do \
	  (cd .. && $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) ${srcdir}/$${file} ${bindir}/$${file}) ; \
	done

uninstall:
	cd ${bindir} && $(RM) ${PUBLIC_INSTALLABLES}
	cd ${archlibdir} && $(RM) ${PRIVATE_INSTALLABLES}

.PHONY: mostlyclean clean distclean realclean extraclean
.PHONY: distclean-noconfig realclean-noconfig extraclean-noconfig
mostlyclean:
	-$(RM) *.o *.i core
clean: mostlyclean
	-$(RM) ${EXES} *.exe
distclean-noconfig: clean
	-$(RM) DOC *.tab.c *.tab.h TAGS ellcc.h blessmail config.values
## 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) *~ \#*
extraclean: realclean
	-$(RM) *~ \#*

## Test the contents of the directory.
check:
	@echo "We don't have any tests for lib-src yet."

TAGS: etags
	etags *.[ch]

GETOPTOBJS = getopt.o getopt1.o $(ALLOCA)
GETOPTDEPS = $(GETOPTOBJS) ${srcdir}/getopt.h
getopt.o: ${srcdir}/getopt.c ${srcdir}/getopt.h
	${CC} -c $(cflags) ${srcdir}/getopt.c
getopt1.o: ${srcdir}/getopt1.c ${srcdir}/getopt.h
	${CC} -c $(cflags) ${srcdir}/getopt1.c
alloca.o: ${top_srcdir}/src/alloca.c
	${CC} -c $(cflags) ${srcdir}/../src/alloca.c

regex.o: ${srcdir}/../src/regex.c ${top_srcdir}/src/regex.h
	$(CC) -c $(cflags) \
	-DINHIBIT_STRING_HEADER ${top_srcdir}/src/regex.c

etags_args = $(cflags) -DEMACS_NAME='"XEmacs"' -DVERSION='"${etags_xemacs_version}"' \
	${srcdir}/etags.c $(GETOPTOBJS) regex.o $(ldflags)
etags_deps = ${srcdir}/etags.c $(GETOPTDEPS) regex.o ../src/config.h

etags: ${etags_deps}
	$(CC) ${etags_args} -o $@

ellcc_args = $(cflags) ${srcdir}/ellcc.c $(ldflags)
ellcc_deps = ${srcdir}/ellcc.c ellcc.h ../src/config.h

ellcc: ${ellcc_deps}
	$(CC) ${ellcc_args} -o $@

## #### we should probably do the same as for pot's etags
ootags_args = $(cflags) -DVERSION='"${version}"' ${srcdir}/ootags.c \
	$(GETOPTOBJS) regex.o $(ldflags)
ootags_deps = ${srcdir}/ootags.c $(GETOPTDEPS) regex.o ../src/config.h

ootags: ${ootags_deps}
	$(CC) ${ootags_args} -o $@

## ctags depends on etags to assure that parallel makes do not write
## two etags.o files on top of each other.
ctags: ${etags_deps} etags
	$(CC) -DCTAGS ${etags_args} -o $@

profile: ${srcdir}/profile.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/profile.c $(ldflags) -o $@

make-docfile: ${srcdir}/make-docfile.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/make-docfile.c $(ldflags) -o $@

digest-doc: ${srcdir}/digest-doc.c
	$(CC) -Demacs $(cflags) ${srcdir}/digest-doc.c $(ldflags) -o $@

sorted-doc: ${srcdir}/sorted-doc.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/sorted-doc.c $(ldflags) -o $@

b2m: ${srcdir}/b2m.c ../src/config.h
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/b2m.c $(ldflags) -o $@

movemail: ${srcdir}/movemail.c ${srcdir}/pop.c ${srcdir}/pop.h $(GETOPTDEPS) regex.o \
	../src/config.h
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${MOVE_FLAGS} ${srcdir}/movemail.c ${srcdir}/pop.c \
	$(GETOPTOBJS) regex.o $(ldflags) ${MOVE_LIBS} -o $@

cvtmail: ${srcdir}/cvtmail.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/cvtmail.c $(ldflags) -o $@

fakemail: ${srcdir}/fakemail.c ../src/config.h
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/fakemail.c $(ldflags) -o $@

i: ${srcdir}/i.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/i.c $(ldflags) -o $@

minitar: ${srcdir}/../nt/minitar.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/../nt/minitar.c $(ldflags) -lz -o $@

winclient: ${srcdir}/winclient.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/winclient.c $(ldflags) -o $@

hexl: ${srcdir}/hexl.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/hexl.c $(ldflags) -o $@

make-dump-id: ${srcdir}/make-dump-id.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/make-dump-id.c $(ldflags) -o $@

#ifndef DUMP_IN_EXEC
insert-data-in-exec: ${srcdir}/insert-data-in-exec.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/insert-data-in-exec.c $(ldflags) -o $@
#endif /* not DUMP_IN_EXEC */

cflags_gnuserv  = $(CFLAGS) $(cppflags) $(c_switch_all)
ldflags_gnuserv = $(LDFLAGS) $(ld_switch_all) @libs_xauth@ $(ld_libs_general)
gnuslib.o: ${srcdir}/gnuslib.c ${srcdir}/gnuserv.h ../src/config.h
	$(CC) -c $(cflags_gnuserv) ${srcdir}/gnuslib.c
gnuclient: ${srcdir}/gnuclient.c gnuslib.o ${srcdir}/gnuserv.h
	$(CC) $(cflags_gnuserv) ${srcdir}/$@.c gnuslib.o ${ldflags_gnuserv} -o $@
gnuserv: ${srcdir}/gnuserv.c gnuslib.o ${srcdir}/gnuserv.h
	$(CC) $(cflags_gnuserv) ${srcdir}/$@.c gnuslib.o ${ldflags_gnuserv} -o $@

## mmencode binary is used by tm - but is really part of the metamail package
## mmencode.c was merged copy of mmencode.c and codes.c of metamail
mmencode : ${srcdir}/mmencode.c
	$(CC) $(cflags) ${srcdir}/mmencode.c $(ldflags) -o $@


## The timer utility (timer.c, getdate.y) is not used in XEmacs
## because XEmacs provides built-in timer facilities.

make-path: ${srcdir}/make-path.c ../src/config.h
	$(CC) -Demacs $(cflags) ${srcdir}/make-path.c $(ldflags) -o $@