xslide / Makefile.upstream

# xslide makefile
# $Id$
# $Name$

# what emacs is called on your system
EMACS = emacs

# no csh please
SHELL = /bin/sh

# have to preload the files that define variables used by other files
PRELOADS =  -l font-lock -l sendmail \
	-l xslide-data.el -l xslide-abbrev.el -l xslide-font.el \
	-l xslide-process.el -l xslide.el

# compile with noninteractive and relatively clean environment
BATCHFLAGS = -batch -q -no-site-file

	ChangeLog \
	dot_emacs \
	Makefile \
	xslide-abbrev.el \
	xslide-data.el \
	xslide-font.el \
	xslide-initial.xsl \
	xslide-process.el \
	xslide.el \

	xslide-data.elc xslide-abbrev.elc xslide-process.elc \
	xslide-font.elc xslide.elc

xslide:	$(OBJECTS)

%.elc:	%.el
	@echo compiling $<...
	@$(EMACS) $(BATCHFLAGS) $(PRELOADS) -f batch-byte-compile $<

xslide.zip:	$(FILES)
		@-rm -f $@
		@zip -q $@ $(FILES)
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