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1 # -*-makefile-*-
2 # @configure_input@
3 #
4 ################################################################################
5 #
6 # config.mk.in
7 #
8 # This file supplies defaults for many tweakable build configuration
9 # options. Some of the defaults are filled in by the autoconf-generated
10 # configure script.
11 #
12 # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE!
13 #
14 # - config.mk is auto-generated from config.mk.in by configure.
15 # This may be triggered automatically by the build system (say
16 # if config.mk.in has changed more recently than config.mk),
17 # so if you edit config.mk your changes will be spammed.
18 #
19 # - Settings in this file may be overriden by giving replacement
20 # definitions in build.mk. See build.mk.sample for a good
21 # starting point for a build.mk file.
22 #
23 # If you don't have a build.mk file then you get defaults for everything.
24 # The defaults should provide a reasonable vanilla build.
25 #
26 # This is one of only two files that configure generates (the other is config.h)
27 #
28
29 ifneq "$(findstring 3.7, $(MAKE_VERSION))" ""
30 ifeq "$(findstring 3.79.1, $(MAKE_VERSION))" ""
31 $(error GNU make version 3.79.1 or later is required.)
32 endif
33 endif
34
35 ################################################################################
36 #
37 # GHC Version
38 #
39
40 # ProjectVersion is treated as a *string*
41 # ProjectVersionInt is treated as an *integer* (for cpp defines)
42
43 # Versioning scheme: A.B.C
44 # A: major version, decimal, any number of digits
45 # B: minor version, decimal, any number of digits
46 # C: patchlevel, one digit, omitted if zero.
47 #
48 # ProjectVersionInt does *not* contain the patchlevel (rationale: this
49 # figure is used for conditional compilations, and library interfaces
50 # etc. are not supposed to change between patchlevels).
51 #
52 # The ProjectVersionInt is included in interface files, and GHC
53 # checks that it's reading interface generated by the same ProjectVersion
54 # as itself. It does this even though interface file syntax may not
55 # change between versions. Rationale: calling conventions or other
56 # random .o-file stuff might change even if the .hi syntax doesn't
57
58 ProjectName = @ProjectName@
59 ProjectTags =
60 ProjectVersion = @ProjectVersion@$(ProjectTags)
61 ProjectVersionInt = @ProjectVersionInt@
62 ProjectPatchLevel = @ProjectPatchLevel@
63
64 ################################################################################
65 #
66 # Platform variables
67 #
68 ################################################################################
69
70 # A "platform" is the GNU cpu-type/manufacturer/operating-system target machine
71 # specifier. E.g. sparc-sun-solaris2
72 #
73 # Build platform: the platform on which we are doing this build
74 # Host platform: the platform on which these binaries will run
75 # Target platform: the platform for which this compiler will generate code
76 #
77 # We don't support build & host being different, because the build
78 # process creates binaries that are run during the build, and also
79 # installed.
80 #
81 # If host & target are different, then we are building a compiler
82 # which will generate intermediate .hc files to port to the target
83 # architecture for bootstrapping. The libraries and stage 2 compiler
84 # will be built as HC files for the target system, and likely won't
85 # build on this host platform.
86 #
87 # An important invariant is that for any piece of source code, the
88 # platform on which the code is going to run is the HOST platform,
89 # and the platform on which we are building is the BUILD platform.
90 # Additionally for the compiler, the platform this compiler will
91 # generate code for is the TARGET. TARGET is not meaningful outside
92 # the compiler sources.
93 #
94 # Guidelines for when to use HOST vs. TARGET:
95 #
96 # - In the build system (Makefile, foo.mk), normally we should test
97 # $(HOSTPLATFORM). There are some cases (eg. installation), where
98 # we expect $(HOSTPLATFORM)==$(TARGETPLATFORM), so in those cases it
99 # doesn't matter which is used.
100 #
101 # - In the compiler itself, we should test HOST or TARGET depending
102 # on whether the conditional relates to the code being generated, or
103 # the platform on which the compiler is running. See the section
104 # on "Coding Style" in the commentary for more details.
105 #
106 # - In all other code, we should be testing HOST only.
107 #
108 # NOTE: cross-compiling is not well supported by the build system.
109 # You have to do a lot of work by hand to cross compile: see the
110 # section on "Porting GHC" in the Building Guide.
111
112 HOSTPLATFORM = @HostPlatform@
113 TARGETPLATFORM = @TargetPlatform@
114 BUILDPLATFORM = @BuildPlatform@
115
116 # Hack alert:
117 # in one or two places, we need to get at the OS version (major and
118 # perhaps even minor), HostOS_Full is the OS name reported by
119 # AC_CANONICAL_SYSTEM.
120 #
121 HostPlatform_CPP = @HostPlatform_CPP@
122 HostArch_CPP = @HostArch_CPP@
123 HostOS_CPP = @HostOS_CPP@
124 HostOS_Full = @HostOS_Full@
125 HostVendor_CPP = @HostVendor_CPP@
126
127 TargetPlatform_CPP = @TargetPlatform_CPP@
128 TargetArch_CPP = @TargetArch_CPP@
129 TargetOS_CPP = @TargetOS_CPP@
130 TargetVendor_CPP = @TargetVendor_CPP@
131
132 BuildPlatform_CPP = @BuildPlatform_CPP@
133 BuildArch_CPP = @BuildArch_CPP@
134 BuildOS_CPP = @BuildOS_CPP@
135 BuildVendor_CPP = @BuildVendor_CPP@
136
137 @HostPlatform_CPP@_HOST = 1
138 @TargetPlatform_CPP@_TARGET = 1
139 @BuildPlatform_CPP@_BUILD = 1
140
141 @HostArch_CPP@_HOST_ARCH = 1
142 @TargetArch_CPP@_TARGET_ARCH = 1
143 @BuildArch_CPP@_BUILD_ARCH = 1
144
145 @HostOS_CPP@_HOST_OS = 1
146 @TargetOS_CPP@_TARGET_OS = 1
147 @BuildOS_CPP@_BUILD_OS = 1
148
149 @HostVendor_CPP@_HOST_VENDOR = 1
150 @TargetVendor_CPP@_TARGET_VENDOR = 1
151 @BuildVendor_CPP@_BUILD_VENDOR = 1
152
153 ################################################################################
154 #
155 # Global configuration options
156 #
157 ################################################################################
158
159 # Leading underscores on symbol names in object files
160 # Valid options: YES/NO
161 #
162 LeadingUnderscore=@LeadingUnderscore@
163
164 # Pin a suffix on executables? If so, what (Windows only).
165 exeext=@exeext@
166 soext=@soext@
167
168 # Windows=YES if on a Windows platform
169 ifneq "$(findstring $(HostOS_CPP), mingw32 cygwin32)" ""
170 Windows=YES
171 else
172 Windows=NO
173 endif
174
175 # BootingFromHc - build GHC and the libraries from .hc files?
176 BootingFromHc = @BootingFromHc@
177
178 # BootingFromUnregisterisedHc - treat .hc files as containing unregisterised
179 # rather than registerised code, i.e., disable the mangler?
180 BootingFromUnregisterisedHc = @BootingFromUnregisterisedHc@
181
182 #
183 # Which ways should DocBook XML documents be built?
184 # options are: dvi ps pdf html chm HxS
185 #
186 XMLDocWays=
187
188 ################################################################################
189 #
190 # Variables that control how the compiler itself is built
191 #
192 ################################################################################
193
194 # The compiler used to build GHC is $(GHC). To change the actual compiler
195 # used, re-configure with --with-ghc=<path-to-ghc>.
196
197 # Extra ways in which to build the compiler (for example, you might want to
198 # build a profiled compiler so you can see where it spends its time)
199 GhcCompilerWays=
200
201 # Extra option flags to pass to the compiler that compiles the compiler
202 # (Ones that are essential are wired into compiler/Makefile)
203 # Typical options to use here:
204 #
205 # -DDEBUG include debugging code and assertions (will make the
206 # compiler slower and produce debugging output, but useful
207 # for development)
208 #
209 # -dcore-lint check the types after every pass of the compiler;
210 # a pretty strong internal check of the compiler being
211 # used to compile GHC. Useful when bootstrapping.
212 GhcHcOpts=-Rghc-timing
213
214 # Extra options added to specific stages of the compiler bootstrap.
215 # These are placed later on the command line, and may therefore
216 # override options from $(GhcHcOpts).
217 GhcStage1HcOpts=
218 GhcStage2HcOpts=
219 GhcStage3HcOpts=
220
221 GhcProfiled=NO
222 GhcDebugged=NO
223
224 # Build a compiler that will build *unregisterised* libraries and
225 # binaries by default. Unregisterised code is supposed to compile and
226 # run without any support for architecture-specific assembly mangling,
227 # register assignment or tail-calls, and is therefore a good way to get
228 # started when porting GHC to new architectures.
229 #
230 # If this is set to NO, you can still use the unregisterised way
231 # (way 'u') to get unregisterised code, but the default way will be
232 # registerised.
233 #
234 # NOTE: the stage1 compiler will be a registerised binary (assuming
235 # the compiler you build with is generating registerised binaries), but
236 # the stage2 compiler will be an unregisterised binary.
237 #
238 ifneq "$(findstring $(HostArch_CPP), alpha hppa)" ""
239 GhcUnregisterised=YES
240 else
241 GhcUnregisterised=NO
242 endif
243
244 # Build a compiler with a native code generator backend
245 # (as well as a C backend)
246 #
247 # Target platforms supported:
248 # i386, powerpc
249 # sparc has bitrotted
250 # AIX is not supported
251 ArchSupportsNCG=$(strip $(patsubst $(HostArch_CPP), YES, $(findstring $(HostArch_CPP), i386 x86_64 powerpc)))
252 OsSupportsNCG=$(strip $(patsubst $(HostOS_CPP), YES, $(patsubst aix,,$(HostOS_CPP))))
253
254 # lazy test, because $(GhcUnregisterised) might be set in build.mk later.
255 GhcWithNativeCodeGen=$(strip\
256 $(if $(filter YESYESNO,\
257 $(OsSupportsNCG)$(ArchSupportsNCG)$(GhcUnregisterised)),YES,NO))
258
259 # Include support for generating Java
260 GhcWithJavaGen=NO
261
262 HaveLibDL = @HaveLibDL@
263
264 # ArchSupportsSMP should be set iff there is support for that arch in
265 # includes/SMP.h
266 ArchSupportsSMP=$(strip $(patsubst $(HostArch_CPP), YES, $(findstring $(HostArch_CPP), i386 x86_64 sparc powerpc)))
267
268 # lazy test, because $(GhcUnregisterised) might be set in build.mk later.
269 GhcWithSMP=$(strip $(if $(filter YESNO, $(ArchSupportsSMP)$(GhcUnregisterised)),YES,NO))
270
271 # Whether to include GHCi in the compiler. Depends on whether the RTS linker
272 # has support for this OS/ARCH combination.
273
274 OsSupportsGHCi=$(strip $(patsubst $(HostOS_CPP), YES, $(findstring $(HostOS_CPP), mingw32 cygwin32 linux solaris2 freebsd netbsd openbsd darwin)))
275 ArchSupportsGHCi=$(strip $(patsubst $(HostArch_CPP), YES, $(findstring $(HostArch_CPP), i386 x86_64 powerpc sparc sparc64)))
276
277 ifeq "$(OsSupportsGHCi)$(ArchSupportsGHCi)" "YESYES"
278 GhcWithInterpreter=YES
279 else
280 GhcWithInterpreter=NO
281 endif
282
283 # GhcEnableTablesNextToCode tells us whether the target architecture
284 # supports placing info tables directly before the entry code
285 # (see TABLES_NEXT_TO_CODE in the RTS). Whether we actually compile for
286 # TABLES_NEXT_TO_CODE depends on whether we're building unregisterised
287 # code or not, which may be decided by options to the compiler later.
288 ifneq "$(findstring $(TargetArch_CPP)X, ia64X powerpc64X)" ""
289 GhcEnableTablesNextToCode=NO
290 else
291 GhcEnableTablesNextToCode=YES
292 endif
293
294 # On Windows we normally want to make a relocatable bindist, to we
295 # ignore flags like libdir
296 ifeq "$(Windows)" "YES"
297 RelocatableBuild = YES
298 else
299 RelocatableBuild = NO
300 endif
301
302 # When building bindists we set this to yes so that the binaries are as
303 # portable as possible.
304 BeConservative = NO
305
306 #
307 # Building various ways?
308 # (right now, empty if not).
309 BuildingParallel=$(subst mp,YES,$(filter mp,$(WAYS)))
310 BuildingGranSim=$(subst mg,YES,$(filter mg,$(WAYS)))
311
312 # Interface file version (hi-boot files only)
313 #
314 # A GHC built with HscIfaceFileVersion=n will look for
315 # M.hi-boot-n, and only then for
316 # M.hi-boot.
317 # (It'll be happy with the latter if the former doesn't exist.)
318 #
319 #
320 # This variable is used ONLY for hi-boot files. Its only purpose is
321 # to allow you to have a single directory with multiple .hi-boot files
322 # for the same module, each corresponding to a different version of
323 # GHC.
324 #
325 # HscIfaceFileVersion is propagated to hsc via
326 # compiler/main/Config.hs, which is automatically generated by
327 # compiler/Makefile.
328
329 HscIfaceFileVersion=6
330
331 MakefileDeps=YES
332
333 #------------------------------------------------------------------------------
334 # Options for Libraries
335
336 # What extra ways to build the libraries in
337 # In addition to the normal sequential way, the default is to also build
338 # profiled prelude libraries.
339 # When booting from .hc files, turn this off.
340 ifeq "$(BootingFromHc)" "YES"
341 GhcLibWays=
342 else
343 GhcLibWays=p
344 endif
345
346 # In addition, the RTS is built in some further variations. Ways that
347 # make sense here:
348 #
349 # thr : threaded
350 # thr_p : threaded profiled
351 # debug : debugging (compile with -g for the C compiler, and -DDEBUG)
352 # debug_p : debugging profiled
353 # thr_debug : debugging threaded
354 # thr_debug_p : debugging threaded profiled
355 # t : ticky-ticky profiling
356 # debug_t : debugging ticky-ticky profiling
357 #
358 GhcRTSWays=
359
360 # Usually want the debug version
361 ifeq "$(BootingFromHc)" "NO"
362 GhcRTSWays += debug
363 endif
364
365 # Want the threaded versions unless we're unregisterised
366 # Defer the check until later by using $(if..), because GhcUnregisterised might
367 # be set in build.mk, which hasn't been read yet.
368 GhcRTSWays += $(if $(findstring NO, $(GhcUnregisterised)),thr thr_p thr_debug,)
369
370 # We can only build GHCi threaded if we have a threaded RTS:
371 GhcThreaded = $(if $(findstring thr,$(GhcRTSWays)),YES,NO)
372
373 # Option flags to pass to GHC when it's compiling modules in
374 # fptools/libraries. Typically these are things like -O or
375 # -dcore-lint or -H32m. The ones that are *essential* are wired into
376 # the build system.
377 #
378 # -O is pretty desirable, otherwise no inlining of prelude
379 # things (incl "+") happens when compiling with this compiler
380 #
381 # -fgenerics switches on generation of support code for
382 # derivable type classes. This is now off by default,
383 # but we switch it on for the libraries so that we generate
384 # the code in case someone importing wants it
385
386 GhcLibHcOpts=-O -Rghc-timing -fgenerics
387
388 # Win32 only: Enable the RTS and libraries to be built as DLLs
389 DLLized=@EnableWin32DLLs@
390
391 # Strip local symbols from libraries? This can make the libraries smaller,
392 # but makes debugging somewhat more difficult. Doesn't work with all ld's.
393 #
394 StripLibraries=NO
395
396 # These are the URL patterns that Haddock uses to generate the "Source
397 # File" links on each page.
398 PackageSourceURL = http://darcs.haskell.org/packages/$(PACKAGE)/%{FILE}
399
400 # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
401 # Object-file splitting
402 #
403 # Set SplitObjs=YES or NO in your build.mk
404 #
405 # Don't use -split-objs in in GhcLibHcOpts, because the build
406 # system needs to do other special magic if you are
407 # doing object-file splitting
408
409 # lazy test, so that $(GhcUnregisterised) can be set in build.mk
410 SplitObjs=$(strip $(if $(filter $(TargetArch_CPP),i386 x86_64 powerpc sparc),\
411 $(if $(filter YES,$(BootingFromHC)),\
412 NO,\
413 $(if $(filter NO,$(GhcUnregisterised)),\
414 YES,\
415 NO)),\
416 NO))
417
418 # Math library
419 LIBM=@LIBM@
420
421 # Build the ObjectIO ?
422 #
423 GhcLibsWithObjectIO=@GhcLibsWithObjectIO@
424
425 # .NET interop support?
426 #
427 DotnetSupport=@DotnetSupport@
428
429 # Build unix package?
430 #
431 GhcLibsWithUnix=@GhcLibsWithUnix@
432
433 # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
434 # Options for GHC's RTS
435
436 # For an optimised RTS (you probably don't want to change these; we build
437 # a debugging RTS by default now. Use -debug to get it).
438 GhcRtsHcOpts=-optc-O2
439 GhcRtsCcOpts=-fomit-frame-pointer
440
441 # Include the front panel code? Needs GTK+.
442 GhcRtsWithFrontPanel = NO
443
444 # Include support for CPU performance counters via the PAPI library in the RTS?
445 # (PAPI: http://icl.cs.utk.edu/papi/)
446 GhcRtsWithPapi = NO
447 HavePapi = @HavePapi@
448
449 ################################################################################
450 #
451 # nofib
452 #
453 # nofib specific options
454 #
455 ################################################################################
456
457 WithNofibHc = $(GHC_INPLACE)
458
459 # NoFibSubDirs controls which set of tests should be run
460 # You can run one or more of
461 # imaginary
462 # spectral
463 # real
464 # parallel
465 # PRIVATE
466 # PENDING
467 # UNUSED
468 NoFibSubDirs = imaginary spectral real
469
470 # The different ways to build nofib. Default is just to mirror
471 # what is done for the ghc prelude libraries.
472 #
473 NoFibWays = $(GhcLibWays)
474
475 # Haskell compiler options for nofib
476 NoFibHcOpts = -O
477
478 # Number of times to run each program
479 NoFibRuns = 5
480
481 ################################################################################
482 #
483 # Paths (see paths.mk)
484 #
485 ################################################################################
486
487 # Directory used by GHC (and possibly other tools) for storing
488 # temporary files. If your TMPDIR isn't big enough, either override
489 # this in build.mk or set your environment variable "TMPDIR" to point
490 # to somewhere with more space. (TMPDIR=. is a good choice).
491
492 # DEFAULT_TMPDIR isn't called TMPDIR because GNU make tends to
493 # override an environment variable with the value of the make variable
494 # of the same name (if it exists) when executing sub-processes, so
495 # setting the TMPDIR env var would have no effect in the build tree.
496
497 DEFAULT_TMPDIR = /tmp
498 ifeq "$(TARGETPLATFORM)" "i386-unknown-cygwin32"
499 DEFAULT_TMPDIR = /C/TEMP
500 endif
501 ifeq "$(TARGETPLATFORM)" "i386-unknown-mingw32"
502 DEFAULT_TMPDIR = /C/TEMP
503 endif
504
505 # FPTOOLS_TOP: the top of the fptools hierarchy, absolute path.
506 # On Windows this is a c:/foo/bar style path.
507 FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS = @hardtop@
508
509 BIN_DIST_NAME=ghc-$(ProjectVersion)
510 BIN_DIST_TOPDIR_REL=$(FPTOOLS_TOP)
511 BIN_DIST_TOPDIR_ABS=$(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)
512 BIN_DIST_DIR=$(BIN_DIST_TOPDIR_ABS)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)
513 BIN_DIST_TARBALL=$(BIN_DIST_TOPDIR_REL)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)-$(TARGETPLATFORM).tar.bz2
514
515 # Definition of installation directories, we don't use half of these, but since
516 # the configure script has them on offer while passing through, we might as well
517 # set them. Note that we have to be careful, because the GNU coding standards
518 # have changed a bit over the course of time, and autoconf development reflects
519 # this.
520 #
521 # A little bit of history regarding autoconf and GNU coding standards, use this
522 # as a cheat-sheet for the stuff below:
523 #
524 # variable | default < 2.60 | default >= 2.60
525 # ------------+--------------------+--------------------------------------
526 # exec_prefix | ${prefix} | ${prefix}
527 # libdir | ${exec_prefix}/lib | ${exec_prefix}/lib
528 # datarootdir | NONE! | ${prefix}/share
529 # datadir | ${prefix}/share | ${datarootdir}
530 # infodir | ${prefix}/info | ${datarootdir}/info
531 # mandir | ${prefix}/man | ${datarootdir}/man
532 # docdir | NONE! | ${datarootdir}/doc/${PACKAGE_TARNAME}
533 # htmldir | NONE! | ${docdir}
534 # dvidir | NONE! | ${docdir}
535 # pdfdir | NONE! | ${docdir}
536 # psdir | NONE! | ${docdir}
537 #
538 # NOTE: The default e.g. ${docdir} above means that autoconf substitutes the
539 # string "${docdir}", not the value of docdir! This is crucial for the GNU
540 # coding standards.
541
542 # This gets used in the default docdir when autoconf >= 2.60 is used
543 PACKAGE_TARNAME := @PACKAGE_TARNAME@
544
545 prefix := @prefix@
546
547 # New autoconf (>= 2.60?) make a configure with a --datarootdir=DIR flag.
548 # However, in order to support older autoconf's we don't use it.
549 # datarootdir is set lower down instead.
550 # But, as datadir is defined in terms of datarootdir, we also need to
551 # set it to the value (if any) that configure gives it here.
552 datarootdir := @datarootdir@
553
554 exec_prefix := @exec_prefix@
555 bindir := @bindir@
556 datadir0 := @datadir@
557 libdir0 := @libdir@
558 includedir := @includedir@
559 mandir := @mandir@
560
561 ifeq "$(RelocatableBuild)" "YES"
562
563 # Hack: our directory layouts tend to be different on Windows, so
564 # hack around configure's bogus assumptions here.
565 datarootdir := $(prefix)
566 datadir := $(prefix)
567 libdir := $(prefix)
568
569 docdir := $(prefix)/doc
570 htmldir := $(docdir)
571 dvidir := $(docdir)
572 pdfdir := $(docdir)
573 psdir := $(docdir)
574
575 else
576
577 # Unix: override libdir and datadir to put ghc-specific stuff in
578 # a subdirectory with the version number included.
579 datarootdir := $(datadir0)
580 datadir := $(datadir0)/ghc-$(ProjectVersion)
581 libdir := $(libdir0)/ghc-$(ProjectVersion)
582
583 # New autoconf (>= 2.60?) make a configure with --docdir=DIR etc flags.
584 # However, in order to support older autoconf's we don't use them.
585
586 #docdir := @docdir@
587 #htmldir := @htmldir@
588 #dvidir := @dvidir@
589 #pdfdir := @pdfdir@
590 #psdir := @psdir@
591
592 docdir := $(datarootdir)/doc/ghc
593 htmldir := $(docdir)
594 dvidir := $(docdir)
595 pdfdir := $(docdir)
596 psdir := $(docdir)
597
598 endif # Windows
599
600 headerdir := $(libdir)/include
601
602 # Default place for putting interface files is $(libdir)
603 # (overriden for packages in package.mk)
604 ifacedir = $(libdir)
605
606 # NOTE: by intention, libexecdir and libdir point to
607 # the same place.
608 # => Only way to override this is to set libexecdir= on the command line.
609 # (NOTE: configure script setting is ignored).
610 libexecdir = $(libdir)
611
612 # This is a bit of a lie, as this is a wrapper rather than the program
613 # itself. However, it means that we don't have to worry about Windows
614 # and non-Windows having different extensions.
615 GHC_PKG_PROG = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_PKG_DIR_REL)/ghc-pkg-inplace
616
617 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
618 # install configuration
619
620 #
621 # Set this to have files installed with a specific owner
622 #
623 INSTALL_OWNER =
624
625 #
626 # Set this to have files installed with a specific group
627 #
628 INSTALL_GROUP =
629
630 #
631 # Invocations of `install' for the four different classes
632 # of targets:
633 #
634 INSTALL_PROGRAM = $(INSTALL) -m 755
635 INSTALL_SCRIPT = $(INSTALL) -m 755
636 INSTALL_SHLIB = $(INSTALL) -m 755
637 INSTALL_DATA = $(INSTALL) -m 644
638 INSTALL_HEADER = $(INSTALL) -m 644
639 INSTALL_MAN = $(INSTALL) -m 644
640 INSTALL_DIR = $(MKDIRHIER)
641
642 #
643 # runhaskell and hsc2hs are special, in that other compilers besides
644 # GHC might provide them. Systems with a package manager often come
645 # with tools to manage this kind of clash, e.g. RPM's
646 # update-alternatives. When building a distribution for such a system,
647 # we recommend setting both of the following to 'YES'.
648 #
649 # NO_INSTALL_RUNHASKELL = YES
650 # NO_INSTALL_HSC2HS = YES
651 #
652 # NB. we use negative tests here because for binary-distributions we cannot
653 # test build-time variables at install-time, so they must default to on.
654
655 # -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
656 # Utilities programs: flags
657
658 # If you want to give any standard flags to pretty much any utility
659 # (see utils.mk for a complete list), by adding a line here
660 #
661 # SRC_P_OPTS += ...
662 #
663 # where P is the utility. For example, to add -O to all Haskell
664 # compilations,
665 #
666 # SRC_HC_OPTS += -O
667
668 SRC_HC_OPTS += -H16m -O
669
670 # These flags make flex 8-bit
671 SRC_FLEX_OPTS += -8
672
673 # lint gets all CPP's flags too
674 SRC_LINT_OPTS += -axz -DLINT $(SRC_CPP_OPTS)
675 WAY$(_way)_LINT_OPTS += WAY$(_way)_CPP_OPTS
676
677 # Default fptools options for dllwrap.
678 SRC_BLD_DLL_OPTS += -mno-cygwin --target=i386-mingw32
679
680 # Flags for CPP when running GreenCard on .pgc files
681 GC_CPP_OPTS += -P -E -x c -traditional -D__GLASGOW_HASKELL__
682
683
684 ################################################################################
685 #
686 # Layout of the source tree
687 #
688 ################################################################################
689
690 # Here we provide defines for the various directories in the source tree,
691 # so we can move things around more easily. A define $(GHC_FOO_DIR_REL)
692 # indicates a directory relative to the top of the source tree, whereas
693 # $(GHC_FOO_DIR) is a directory relative to the current directory.
694 # $(GHC_FOO_DIR_ABS) is the absolute path to the directory.
695
696 GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL = utils
697 GHC_INCLUDE_DIR_REL = includes
698 GHC_COMPILER_DIR_REL = compiler
699 GHC_RTS_DIR_REL = rts
700 GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL = utils
701 GHC_DRIVER_DIR_REL = driver
702 GHC_COMPAT_DIR_REL = compat
703
704 GHC_MKDEPENDC_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/mkdependC
705 GHC_LTX_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/ltx
706 GHC_RUNTEST_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/runstdtest
707 GHC_LNDIR_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/lndir
708 GHC_MKDIRHIER_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/mkdirhier
709 GHC_DOCBOOK_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/docbook
710 GHC_UNLIT_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/unlit
711 GHC_HP2PS_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/hp2ps
712 GHC_HSTAGS_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/hasktags
713 GHC_GHCTAGS_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/ghctags
714 GHC_HSC2HS_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/hsc2hs
715 GHC_TOUCHY_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/touchy
716 GHC_PKG_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/ghc-pkg
717 GHC_GENPRIMOP_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/genprimopcode
718 GHC_GENAPPLY_DIR_REL = $(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)/genapply
719
720 GHC_MANGLER_DIR_REL = $(GHC_DRIVER_DIR_REL)/mangler
721 GHC_SPLIT_DIR_REL = $(GHC_DRIVER_DIR_REL)/split
722 GHC_SYSMAN_DIR_REL = $(GHC_RTS_DIR_REL)/parallel
723
724 GHC_UTILS_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)
725 GHC_INCLUDE_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_INCLUDE_DIR_REL)
726 GHC_COMPILER_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_COMPILER_DIR_REL)
727 GHC_RTS_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_RTS_DIR_REL)
728 GHC_UTILS_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)
729 GHC_DRIVER_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_DRIVER_DIR_REL)
730 GHC_COMPAT_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_COMPAT_DIR_REL)
731
732 GHC_MKDEPENDC_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_MKDEPENDC_DIR_REL)
733 GHC_LTX_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_LTX_DIR_REL)
734 GHC_RUNTEST_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_RUNTEST_DIR_REL)
735 GHC_LNDIR_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_LNDIR_DIR_REL)
736 GHC_MKDIRHIER_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_MKDIRHIER_DIR_REL)
737 GHC_DOCBOOK_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_DOCBOOK_DIR_REL)
738 GHC_UNLIT_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_UNLIT_DIR_REL)
739 GHC_HP2PS_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_HP2PS_DIR_REL)
740 GHC_HSTAGS_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_HSTAGS_DIR_REL)
741 GHC_GHCTAGS_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_GHCTAGS_DIR_REL)
742 GHC_HSC2HS_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_HSC2HS_DIR_REL)
743 GHC_TOUCHY_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_TOUCHY_DIR_REL)
744 GHC_PKG_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_PKG_DIR_REL)
745 GHC_GENPRIMOP_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_GENPRIMOP_DIR_REL)
746 GHC_GENAPPLY_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_GENAPPLY_DIR_REL)
747
748 GHC_MANGLER_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_MANGLER_DIR_REL)
749 GHC_SPLIT_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_SPLIT_DIR_REL)
750 GHC_SYSMAN_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/$(GHC_SYSMAN_DIR_REL)
751
752 GHC_UTILS_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)
753 GHC_INCLUDE_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_INCLUDE_DIR_REL)
754 GHC_COMPILER_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_COMPILER_DIR_REL)
755 GHC_RTS_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_RTS_DIR_REL)
756 GHC_UTILS_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_UTILS_DIR_REL)
757 GHC_DRIVER_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_DRIVER_DIR_REL)
758 GHC_COMPAT_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_COMPAT_DIR_REL)
759
760 GHC_MKDEPENDC_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_MKDEPENDC_DIR_REL)
761 GHC_LTX_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_LTX_DIR_REL)
762 GHC_RUNTEST_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_RUNTEST_DIR_REL)
763 GHC_LNDIR_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_LNDIR_DIR_REL)
764 GHC_MKDIRHIER_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_MKDIRHIER_DIR_REL)
765 GHC_DOCBOOK_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_DOCBOOK_DIR_REL)
766 GHC_UNLIT_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_UNLIT_DIR_REL)
767 GHC_HP2PS_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_HP2PS_DIR_REL)
768 GHC_HSTAGS_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_HSTAGS_DIR_REL)
769 GHC_GHCTAGS_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_GHCTAGS_DIR_REL)
770 GHC_HSC2HS_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_HSC2HS_DIR_REL)
771 GHC_TOUCHY_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_TOUCHY_DIR_REL)
772 GHC_PKG_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_PKG_DIR_REL)
773 GHC_GENPRIMOP_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_GENPRIMOP_DIR_REL)
774 GHC_GENAPPLY_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_GENAPPLY_DIR_REL)
775
776 GHC_MANGLER_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_MANGLER_DIR_REL)
777 GHC_SYSMAN_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_SYSMAN_DIR_REL)
778 GHC_SPLIT_DIR_ABS = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/$(GHC_SPLIT_DIR_REL)
779
780 # -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
781 # Names of programs in the GHC tree
782 #
783 # xxx_PGM the name of an executable, without the path
784 # xxx the executable relative to the current dir
785
786 GHC_UNLIT_PGM = unlit$(exeext)
787 GHC_HP2PS_PGM = hp2ps
788 GHC_HSTAGS_PGM = hasktags
789 GHC_GHCTAGS_INPLACE_PGM = ghctags-inplace
790 GHC_HSC2HS_INPLACE_PGM = hsc2hs-inplace
791 GHC_TOUCHY_PGM = touchy$(exeext)
792 GHC_MANGLER_PGM = ghc-asm
793 GHC_SPLIT_PGM = ghc-split
794 GHC_SYSMAN_PGM = SysMan
795 GHC_PKG_INPLACE_PGM = ghc-pkg-inplace
796 GHC_GENPRIMOP_PGM = genprimopcode
797 GHC_GENAPPLY_PGM = genapply
798 GHC_MKDEPENDC_PGM = mkdependC
799 GHC_LTX_PGM = ltx
800 GHC_MKDIRHIER_PGM = mkdirhier
801 GHC_LNDIR_PGM = lndir
802 GHC_RUNTEST_PGM = runstdtest
803
804 ifeq "$(TARGETPLATFORM)" "i386-unknown-mingw32"
805 GHC_CP = "xcopy /y"
806 GHC_PERL = perl
807 else
808 GHC_CP = $(CP)
809 GHC_PERL = $(PERL)
810 endif
811
812 UNLIT = $(GHC_UNLIT_DIR)/$(GHC_UNLIT_PGM)
813 HP2PS = $(GHC_HP2PS_DIR)/$(GHC_HP2PS_PGM)
814 HSTAGS = $(GHC_HSTAGS_DIR)/$(GHC_HSTAGS_PGM)
815 GHCTAGS_INPLACE = $(GHC_GHCTAGS_DIR)/$(GHC_GHCTAGS_INPLACE_PGM)
816 HSC2HS_INPLACE = $(GHC_HSC2HS_DIR)/$(GHC_HSC2HS_INPLACE_PGM)
817 MANGLER = $(GHC_MANGLER_DIR)/$(GHC_MANGLER_PGM)
818 SPLIT = $(GHC_SPLIT_DIR)/$(GHC_SPLIT_PGM)
819 SYSMAN = $(GHC_SYSMAN_DIR)/$(GHC_SYSMAN_PGM)
820 GHC_PKG_INPLACE = $(GHC_PKG_DIR)/$(GHC_PKG_INPLACE_PGM)
821 GENPRIMOP = $(GHC_GENPRIMOP_DIR)/$(GHC_GENPRIMOP_PGM)
822 GENAPPLY = $(GHC_GENAPPLY_DIR)/$(GHC_GENAPPLY_PGM)
823 MKDEPENDC = $(GHC_MKDEPENDC_DIR)/$(GHC_MKDEPENDC_PGM)
824 LTX = $(GHC_LTX_DIR)/$(GHC_LTX_PGM)
825 MKDIRHIER = $(GHC_MKDIRHIER_DIR)/$(GHC_MKDIRHIER_PGM)
826 LNDIR = $(GHC_LNDIR_DIR)/$(GHC_LNDIR_PGM)
827 RUNTEST = $(GHC_RUNTEST_DIR)/$(GHC_RUNTEST_PGM)
828
829 GENERATED_FILE = chmod a-w
830 EXECUTABLE_FILE = chmod +x
831
832 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
833 # Haskell compilers and mkdependHS
834
835 # $(GHC), $(HBC) and $(NHC) point to installed versions of the relevant
836 # compilers, if available.
837 #
838 # $(HC) is a generic Haskell 98 compiler, set to $(GHC) by default.
839 # $(MKDEPENDHS) is the Haskell dependency generator (ghc -M).
840 #
841 # NOTE: Don't override $(GHC) in build.mk, use configure --with-ghc instead
842 # (because the version numbers have to be calculated).
843
844 GHC = @WithGhc@
845 GhcDir = $(dir $(GHC))
846
847 # Set to YES if $(GHC) has the readline package installed
848 GhcHasReadline = @GhcHasReadline@
849
850 HBC = @HBC@
851 NHC = @NHC@
852
853 # Sometimes we want to invoke ghc from the build tree in different
854 # places (eg. it's handy to have a nofib & a ghc build in the same
855 # tree). We can refer to "this ghc" as $(GHC_INPLACE):
856
857 GHC_INPLACE = $(GHC_COMPILER_DIR)/ghc-inplace
858 GHC_STAGE1 = $(GHC_COMPILER_DIR)/stage1/ghc-inplace
859 GHC_STAGE2 = $(GHC_COMPILER_DIR)/stage2/ghc-inplace
860 GHC_STAGE3 = $(GHC_COMPILER_DIR)/stage3/ghc-inplace
861
862 ifneq "$(findstring YES, $(UseStage1) $(BootingFromHc))" ""
863
864 # We are using the stage1 compiler to compile Haskell code, set up
865 # some variables appropriately:
866 HC =$(GHC_STAGE1)
867 MKDEPENDHS =$(GHC_STAGE1)
868 GhcVersion = @ProjectVersion@
869 GhcPatchLevel = @ProjectPatchLevel@
870 # oops, these are wrong:
871 GhcMajVersion = @GhcMajVersion@
872 GhcMinVersion = @GhcMinVersion@
873
874 ghc_ge_601 = YES
875 ghc_ge_602 = YES
876 ghc_ge_603 = YES
877 ghc_ge_605 = YES
878 ghc_ge_607 = YES
879
880 else # not UseStage1 or BootingFromHc
881
882 HC = @WithHc@
883 MKDEPENDHS = $(GHC)
884 GhcVersion = @GhcVersion@
885 GhcPatchLevel = @GhcPatchLevel@
886 GhcMajVersion = @GhcMajVersion@
887 GhcMinVersion = @GhcMinVersion@
888
889 # Some useful GHC version predicates:
890 ghc_ge_601 = @ghc_ge_601@
891 ghc_ge_602 = @ghc_ge_602@
892 ghc_ge_603 = @ghc_ge_603@
893 ghc_ge_605 = @ghc_ge_605@
894 ghc_ge_607 = @ghc_ge_607@
895 endif
896
897 # Canonicalised ghc version number, used for easy (integer) version
898 # comparisons. We must expand $(GhcMinVersion) to two digits by
899 # adding a leading zero if necessary:
900 ifneq "$(findstring $(GhcMinVersion), 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9)" ""
901 GhcCanonVersion = $(GhcMajVersion)0$(GhcMinVersion)
902 else
903 GhcCanonVersion = $(GhcMajVersion)$(GhcMinVersion)
904 endif
905
906 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
907 # C compiler
908 #
909 # NB. Don't override $(WhatGccIsCalled) using build.mk, re-configure using
910 # the flag --with-gcc=<blah> instead. The reason is that the configure script
911 # needs to know which gcc you're using in order to perform its tests.
912
913 HaveGcc = @HaveGcc@
914 UseGcc = YES
915 WhatGccIsCalled = @WhatGccIsCalled@
916 GccVersion = @GccVersion@
917 ifeq "$(strip $(HaveGcc))" "YES"
918 ifneq "$(strip $(UseGcc))" "YES"
919 CC = cc
920 else
921 CC = $(WhatGccIsCalled)
922 GccDir = $(dir $(WhatGccIsCalled))
923 endif
924 endif
925
926 # default C compiler flags
927 SRC_CC_OPTS = @SRC_CC_OPTS@
928
929 ifeq "$(TARGETPLATFORM)" "ia64-unknown-linux"
930 SRC_CC_OPTS += -G0
931 endif
932
933 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
934 # GMP Library (version 2.0.x or above)
935 #
936 HaveLibGmp = @HaveLibGmp@
937 LibGmp = @LibGmp@
938
939 GMP_INCLUDE_DIRS=@GMP_INCLUDE_DIRS@
940 GMP_LIB_DIRS=@GMP_LIB_DIRS@
941
942 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
943 # GMP framework (Mac OS X)
944 #
945 HaveFrameworkGMP = @HaveFrameworkGMP@
946
947 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
948 # Mingwex Library
949 #
950 HaveLibMingwEx = @HaveLibMingwEx@
951
952 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
953 # Flex (currently unused, could be moved to glafp-utils)
954
955 # FLEX = @LEX@
956 # Don't bother with -lfl, we define our own yywrap()s anyway.
957 # FLEX_LIB =
958 #WAS:FLEX_LIB = @LEXLIB@
959
960 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
961 # Other standard (ha!) Unix utilities
962
963 AR = @ArCmd@
964 ArSupportsInput = @ArSupportsInput@
965 # Yuckage: for ghc/utils/parallel -- todo: nuke this dependency!!
966 BASH = /usr/local/bin/bash
967
968 CONTEXT_DIFF = @ContextDiffCmd@
969 CP = cp
970 CPP = @CPP@ @CPPFLAGS@
971 CTAGS = $(ETAGS)
972 #
973 # RAWCPP_FLAGS are the flags to give to cpp (viz, gcc -E) to persuade it to
974 # behave plausibly on Haskell sources.
975 #
976 RAWCPP_FLAGS = -undef -traditional
977 FIND = @FindCmd@
978 SORT = @SortCmd@
979 INSTALL = @INSTALL@
980 #
981 # Sigh - the autoconf macro for INSTALL will subst a relative path to the fallback
982 # install-sh script (if chosen). This not terribly useful to us, so we convert
983 # it into an abs. path.
984 #
985 INSTALL := $(subst .././install-sh,$(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/install-sh,$(INSTALL))
986 LATEX = latex
987 HEVEA = hevea
988 HACHA = hacha
989 LN_S = @LN_S@
990 MANMACROS = -man
991 MSMACROS = -ms
992 MV = mv
993 NROFF = nroff
994 PERL = @PerlCmd@
995 PYTHON = @PythonCmd@
996 PIC = pic
997 PREPROCESSCMD = $(CC) -E
998 RANLIB = @RANLIB@
999 RM = rm -f
1000 SED = @SedCmd@
1001 SHELL = /bin/sh
1002
1003 LD = @LdCmd@
1004
1005 # Some ld's support the -x flag and some don't, so the configure
1006 # script detects which we have and sets LdXFlag to "-x" or ""
1007 # respectively.
1008 LD_X = @LdXFlag@
1009
1010 # GNU ld supports input via a linker script, which is useful to avoid
1011 # overflowing command-line length limits.
1012 LdIsGNULd = @LdIsGNULd@
1013
1014 #
1015 # In emergency situations, REAL_SHELL is used to perform shell commands
1016 # from within the ghc driver script, by scribbling the command line to
1017 # a temp file and then having $(REAL_SHELL) execute it.
1018 #
1019 # The reason for having to do this is that overly long command lines
1020 # cause unnecessary trouble with some shells (e.g., /bin/sh on Solaris
1021 # 2.5.1), which is why this backdoor is provided. The situation of overly
1022 # long command lines is either encountered while doing `make boot' in compiler/,
1023 # or when linking the compiler binary (`hsc').
1024 #
1025 # We do not use SHELL to execute long commands, as `make' will more than likely
1026 # override whatever setting you have in your environment while executing.
1027
1028 # By default, REAL_SHELL is set equal to SHELL, which is not really a smart move
1029 # as it is SHELL that will show up the bogosity in the first place, but setting
1030 # it to anything else isn't really portable.
1031 #
1032 # ====> If long command lines cause you trouble, invoke `ghc' (via `make' or otherwise)
1033 # with REAL_SHELL set to something else than /bin/sh, for instance, your favourite
1034 # command shell.
1035 #
1036 REAL_SHELL=$(SHELL)
1037 SIZE = size
1038 STRIP = strip
1039 TAR = @TarCmd@
1040 ZIP = zip
1041
1042 HSCOLOUR = @HSCOLOUR@
1043
1044 #
1045 # This is special to literate/, ToDo: add literate-specific
1046 # configure setup to literate/.
1047 #
1048 TBL = tbl
1049 TEX = tex
1050 TGRIND = tgrind
1051 TGRIND_HELPER = /usr/local/lib/tgrind/tfontedpr # XXX
1052 TIB = tib
1053
1054 TIME = @TimeCmd@
1055 TROFF = troff
1056 UNAME = uname
1057
1058 # GTK+
1059 GTK_CONFIG = @GTK_CONFIG@
1060
1061 # Set this if you want to use Inno Setup to build a Windows installer
1062 # when you make a bindist
1063 ISCC =
1064
1065 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1066 # DocBook XML stuff
1067
1068 XSLTPROC = @XsltprocCmd@
1069 XMLLINT = @XmllintCmd@
1070 FOP = @FopCmd@
1071 XMLTEX = @XmltexCmd@
1072 PDFXMLTEX = @PdfxmltexCmd@
1073 DVIPS = @DvipsCmd@
1074
1075 DIR_DOCBOOK_XSL = @DIR_DOCBOOK_XSL@
1076
1077 XSLTPROC_LABEL_OPTS = --stringparam toc.section.depth 3 \
1078 --stringparam section.autolabel 1 \
1079 --stringparam section.label.includes.component.label 1
1080
1081 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1082 # FPtools support software
1083
1084 BLD_DLL = dllwrap
1085
1086 #
1087 # .NET support software
1088 #
1089 ILX2IL = ilx2il
1090 ILASM = ilasm
1091
1092 #
1093 # ghc-pkg
1094 #
1095 GHC_PKG = @GhcPkgCmd@
1096
1097 #
1098 # GreenCard
1099 #
1100 GREENCARD = @GreenCardCmd@
1101 GREENCARD_VERSION = @GreenCardVersion@
1102
1103 #
1104 # Happy
1105 #
1106 HAPPY = @HappyCmd@
1107 HAPPY_VERSION = @HappyVersion@
1108 #
1109 # Options to pass to Happy when we're going to compile the output with GHC
1110 #
1111 GHC_HAPPY_OPTS = -agc
1112
1113 # Temp. to work around performance problems in the HEAD around 8/12/2003,
1114 # A Happy compiled with this compiler needs more stack.
1115 SRC_HAPPY_OPTS = +RTS -K2m -RTS
1116
1117 #
1118 # Alex
1119 #
1120 ALEX = @AlexCmd@
1121 ALEX_VERSION = @AlexVersion@
1122 #
1123 # Options to pass to Happy when we're going to compile the output with GHC
1124 #
1125 GHC_ALEX_OPTS = -g
1126
1127 #
1128 # Haddock
1129 #
1130 HADDOCK = @HaddockCmd@
1131
1132 #
1133 # Options for compiling in different `ways'.
1134 #
1135 # To configure up your own way, have a look at some of the standard ways
1136 # such as profiling, and create your own set of WAY_*_OPTS defs below.
1137 # After having done that, add your way string to WAYS, and after having
1138 # run the configure script, the different projects will add the new way
1139 # to the list of ways they support.
1140 #
1141
1142 #
1143 # Definitions of the different ways:
1144 #
1145 # * their name:
1146 # - tag, e.g., p
1147 # - description, e.g., profiling
1148 # * what they mean to the driver:
1149 # - WAY_p_HC_OPTS gives the list of command-line options
1150 # to the driver.
1151 #
1152
1153 #
1154 # The ways currently defined.
1155 #
1156 ALL_WAYS=p t s mp mg a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o A B
1157 USER_WAYS=a b c d e f g h j k l m n o A B
1158
1159 #
1160 # The following ways currently have treated specially, p t mg,
1161 # as the driver script treats these guys specially and needs to carefully be told
1162 # about the options for these. Hence, we hide the required command line options
1163 # for these in the driver, as this is the only place they are needed.
1164 #
1165 # If you want to add to these default options, fill in the variables below:
1166
1167 # Way 'i':
1168 WAY_i_NAME=ILX
1169 WAY_i_HC_OPTS= -filx -fruntime-types
1170
1171 # Way 'p':
1172 WAY_p_NAME=profiling
1173 WAY_p_HC_OPTS= -prof
1174
1175 # Way 't':
1176 WAY_t_NAME=ticky-ticky profiling
1177 WAY_t_HC_OPTS= -ticky
1178
1179 # Way `mp':
1180 WAY_mp_NAME=parallel
1181 WAY_mp_HC_OPTS=-parallel
1182
1183 # Way `mg':
1184 WAY_mg_NAME=GranSim
1185 WAY_mg_HC_OPTS=-gransim
1186
1187 #
1188 # These ways apply to the RTS only:
1189 #
1190
1191 # Way 'thr':
1192 WAY_thr_NAME=threaded
1193 WAY_thr_HC_OPTS=-optc-DTHREADED_RTS
1194
1195 # Way 'thr_p':
1196 WAY_thr_p_NAME=threaded profiled
1197 WAY_thr_p_HC_OPTS=-optc-DTHREADED_RTS -prof
1198
1199 # Way 'debug':
1200 WAY_debug_NAME=debug
1201 WAY_debug_HC_OPTS=-optc-DDEBUG
1202
1203 # Way 'debug_p':
1204 WAY_debug_p_NAME=debug profiled
1205 WAY_debug_p_HC_OPTS=-optc-DDEBUG -prof
1206
1207 # Way 'debug_t':
1208 WAY_debug_t_NAME=debug ticky-ticky profiling
1209 WAY_debug_t_HC_OPTS= -ticky -optc-DDEBUG
1210
1211 # Way 'thr_debug':
1212 WAY_thr_debug_NAME=threaded
1213 WAY_thr_debug_HC_OPTS=-optc-DTHREADED_RTS -optc-DDEBUG
1214
1215 # Way 'thr_debug_p':
1216 WAY_thr_debug_p_NAME=threaded
1217 WAY_thr_debug_p_HC_OPTS=-optc-DTHREADED_RTS -optc-DDEBUG -prof
1218
1219 # Way 'dyn': build dynamic shared libraries
1220 WAY_dyn_NAME=dyn
1221 WAY_dyn_HC_OPTS=-fPIC -dynamic
1222 WAY_dyn_LIB_TARGET=libHSrts-gcc661.so
1223
1224 # Way 'thr_dyn':
1225 WAY_thr_dyn_NAME=thr_dyn
1226 WAY_thr_dyn_HC_OPTS=-fPIC -dynamic -optc-DTHREADED_RTS
1227
1228 # Way 'thr_debug_dyn':
1229 WAY_thr_debug_dyn_NAME=thr_dyn
1230 WAY_thr_debug_dyn_HC_OPTS=-fPIC -dynamic -optc-DTHREADED_RTS -optc-DDEBUG
1231
1232 # Way 'debug_dyn':
1233 WAY_debug_dyn_NAME=thr_dyn
1234 WAY_debug_dyn_HC_OPTS=-fPIC -dynamic -optc-DDEBUG
1235
1236 #
1237 # Add user-way configurations here:
1238 #
1239 WAY_A_NAME=
1240 WAY_A_HC_OPTS=
1241
1242 WAY_B_NAME=
1243 WAY_B_HC_OPTS=
1244
1245 WAY_a_NAME=
1246 WAY_a_HC_OPTS=
1247
1248 WAY_b_NAME=
1249 WAY_b_HC_OPTS=
1250
1251 WAY_c_NAME=
1252 WAY_c_HC_OPTS=
1253
1254 WAY_d_NAME=
1255 WAY_d_HC_OPTS=
1256
1257 WAY_e_NAME=
1258 WAY_e_HC_OPTS=
1259
1260 WAY_f_NAME=
1261 WAY_f_HC_OPTS=
1262
1263 WAY_g_NAME=
1264 WAY_g_HC_OPTS=
1265
1266 WAY_h_NAME=
1267 WAY_h_HC_OPTS=
1268
1269 WAY_j_NAME=
1270 WAY_j_HC_OPTS=
1271
1272 WAY_k_NAME=
1273 WAY_k_HC_OPTS=
1274
1275 WAY_l_NAME=
1276 WAY_l_HC_OPTS=
1277
1278 WAY_m_NAME=
1279 WAY_m_HC_OPTS=
1280
1281 WAY_n_NAME=
1282 WAY_n_HC_OPTS=
1283
1284 WAY_o_NAME=
1285 WAY_o_HC_OPTS=
1286
1287 ################################################################################
1288 #
1289 # 31-bit-Int Core files
1290 #
1291 ################################################################################
1292
1293 #
1294 # It is possible to configure the compiler and prelude to support 31-bit
1295 # integers, suitable for a back-end and RTS using a tag bit on a 32-bit
1296 # architecture. Currently the only useful output from this option is external Core
1297 # files. The following additions to your build.mk will produce the
1298 # 31-bit core output. Note that this is *not* just a library "way"; the
1299 # compiler must be built a special way too.
1300
1301 # GhcCppOpts +=-DWORD_SIZE_IN_BITS=31
1302 # GhcLibHcOpts +=-fext-core -fno-code -DWORD_SIZE_IN_BITS=31
1303 # GhcLibCppOpts += -DWORD_SIZE_IN_BITS=31
1304 # SplitObjs=NO
1305
1306 ################################################################################
1307 #
1308 # Library configure arguments
1309 #
1310 ################################################################################
1311
1312 CONFIGURE_ARGS = @CONFIGURE_ARGS@
1313
1314 ################################################################################
1315 #
1316 # Bindist testing directory
1317 #
1318 ################################################################################
1319
1320 ifeq "$(Windows)" "YES"
1321 BIN_DIST_INST_SUBDIR = "install dir"
1322 else
1323 # I very much doubt that paths with spaces will work on Unix
1324 BIN_DIST_INST_SUBDIR = installed
1325 endif
1326
1327 BIN_DIST_INST_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/bindisttest/$(BIN_DIST_INST_SUBDIR)
1328