[project @ 1998-10-07 14:18:31 by simonm]
[ghc.git] / mk / paths.mk
1 #################################################################################
2 #
3 # paths.mk
4 #
5 # This file defines Make variables for standard directories
6 # and file lists
7 #
8 #################################################################################
9
10
11 #-----------------------------------------------------------------
12 #
13 # Installation setup
14 #
15
16 #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
17 # install configuration
18 #
19 # The install standard target is guided by the following four variables
20 #
21 # INSTALL_PROGS (installed in $(bindir))
22 # INSTALL_LIBS (installed in $(libdir))
23 # INSTALL_LIBEXECS (installed in $(libexecdir))
24 # INSTALL_DATAS (installed in $(datadir))
25 #
26 # see target.mk for more information.
27 #
28
29 #
30 # Setting user/group ownership for the installed entities
31 #
32 # this stuff about "who" does the installing doesn't have make vars
33 # as it is not intended to be run-time changeable.
34 #
35 ifneq "$(OWNER)" ""
36 INSTALL_OWNER = -o $(OWNER)
37 else
38 INSTALL_OWNER =
39 endif
40
41 ifneq "$(GROUP)" ""
42 INSTALL_GROUP = -g $(GROUP)
43 else
44 INSTALL_GROUP =
45 endif
46
47 SRC_INSTALL_OPTS += $(INSTALL_OWNER) $(INSTALL_GROUP)
48
49 #
50 # Invocations of `install' for the three different classes
51 # of targets:
52 #
53
54 INSTALL_PROGRAM = $(INSTALL)
55 INSTALL_SCRIPT = $(INSTALL)
56 INSTALL_DATA = $(INSTALL) -m 644
57 INSTALL_DIR = $(FPTOOLS_TOP)/glafp-utils/mkdirhier/mkdirhier
58
59 #
60 # The install variables does not have any defaults,
61 # what files to install have to be specified in the Makefiles.
62 #
63 #INSTALL_PROGS += $(HS_PROG) $(C_PROG)
64 #INSTALL_LIBS += $(LIBRARY)
65 #INSTALL_DATAS += $(HS_IFACES)
66
67 #################################################################################
68 #
69 # Standard variable names
70 #
71 #################################################################################
72
73 #
74 # The fptools mk setup defines a set of standard names which are used by the standard
75 # targets provided by mk. One example of this is the use of standard names
76 # for specifying what files to compile, their intermediate/object code, and
77 # the name of the final executable. Based on the settings of these variables, the
78 # standard targets will generate/expand rules that automatically compile and
79 # link your program.
80 #
81 # The general rules:
82 #
83 # SRCS - sources, might be prefixed to indicate what type of source
84 # they are.
85 # OBJS - object files (possibly prefixed).
86 #
87 # PROG - name of final executable
88 #
89 #
90 #
91 # BOOT_SRCS: list of machine generated Haskell modules.
92 # HS_SRCS: list of Haskell modules you want to compile.
93 # (also use by depend rule).
94 # HS_OBJS: list of corresponding object files
95 # HS_PROG: program that is ultimately linked.
96 # HS_IFACES: list of interface files generated
97 # (caveat: assuming no funny use of -hisuf and that
98 # file name and module name match)
99
100 SRCS=$(wildcard *.lhs *.hs *.c *.lc *.prl *.lprl *.lit *.verb)
101
102 HS_SRCS=$(filter %.lhs %.hs %.hc,$(SRCS) $(BOOT_SRCS))
103 HS_OBJS=$(addsuffix .$(way_)o,$(basename $(HS_SRCS)))
104 HS_IFACES=$(addsuffix .$(way_)hi,$(basename $(HS_SRCS)))
105
106 C_SRCS=$(filter %.lc %.c,$(SRCS))
107 C_OBJS=$(addsuffix .$(way_)o,$(basename $(C_SRCS)))
108
109 # SCRIPT_SRCS: list of raw script files (in literate form)
110 # SCRIPT_OBJS: de-litted scripts
111 SCRIPT_SRCS=$(filter %.lprl,$(SRCS))
112 SCRIPT_OBJS=$(addsuffix .prl,$(basename $(SCRIPT_SRCS)))
113
114 OBJS=$(HS_OBJS) $(C_OBJS) $(SCRIPT_OBJS)
115
116 #
117 # Note that as long as you use the standard variables for setting
118 # which C & Haskell programs you want to work on, you don't have
119 # to set any of the clean variables - the default should do the Right
120 # Thing.
121 #
122
123 #------------------------------------------------------------------
124 #
125 # make depend defaults
126 #
127 # The default set of files for the dependency generators to work on
128 # is just their source equivalents.
129 #
130 MKDEPENDHS_SRCS=$(HS_SRCS)
131 MKDEPENDC_SRCS=$(C_SRCS)
132
133 #------------------------------------------------------------------
134 #
135 # make TAGS defaults
136 #
137 # The default set of files for the dependency generators to work on
138 # is just their source equivalents.
139 #
140 TAGS_HS_SRCS=$(HS_SRCS)
141 TAGS_C_SRCS=$(C_SRCS)
142
143 #------------------------------------------------------------------
144 # Clean file make-variables.
145 #
146 # The following three variables are used to control
147 # what gets removed when doing `make clean'
148 #
149 # MOSTLYCLEAN_FILES object code etc., but not stuff
150 # that is slow to recompile and/or stable
151 #
152 # CLEAN_FILES all files that are created by running make.
153 #
154 # MAINTAINER_CLEAN_FILES also clean out machine-generated files
155 # that may require extra tools to create.
156 #
157 #
158 MOSTLY_CLEAN_FILES += $(HS_OBJS) $(C_OBJS)
159 CLEAN_FILES += $(HS_PROG) $(C_PROG) $(SCRIPT_PROG) $(PROG) $(LIBRARY) \
160 $(HS_IFACES) \
161 a.out core
162 MAINTAINER_CLEAN_FILES += .depend $(BOOT_SRCS)
163
164 #
165 # `Standard' set of files to clean out.
166 #
167 MOSTLY_CLEAN_FILES += \
168 *.CKP *.ln *.BAK *.bak *.o *core a.out errs ,* *.a .emacs_* \
169 tags TAGS *.ind *.ilg *.idx *.idx-prev *.aux *.aux-prev *.dvi *.log \
170 *.toc *.lot *.lof *.blg *.info *.itxi *.itex *.ihtml *.cb
171
172 #------------------------------------------------------------------
173 #
174 # Distribution setup
175 #
176 # Following variables are used for creating source and binary distributions:
177 #
178 # SRC_DIST_NAME && BIN_DIST_NAME -- the package names
179 #
180 # SRC_DIST_FILES = list of extra files to include from a build tree into a source
181 # distribution
182 #
183 # SRC_DIST_DIR = what the current directory in the source/build tree
184 # maps to in the source distrib. tree being created.
185 #
186 SRC_DIST_NAME=$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion)
187
188 #
189 # Binary distributions proceeds as follows:
190 #
191 # Fromthe top of a build tree, you do `make binary-dist'. The
192 # canned rule for this (in target.mk) will then do a binary
193 # install to a temporary directory before packaging it all up.
194 # The following variables guide the binary-dist:
195 #
196 # BIN_DIST_TMPDIR= the absolute path to where the temporary directory
197 # structure of a binary distribution should be created.
198 # [Default: toplevel from which you issue `make binary-dist']
199 # BIN_DIST_NAME= what to call the thing.
200 #
201 # BIN_DIST_DIRS= at the toplevel, list of directories to descend into when
202 # building the distribution tree.
203 #
204 # An extra directory variable that is set during bin-dists is $(bindist_top), giving
205 # the abs. path to the root of the binary installation tree. (useful when punting
206 # stuff like README and ANNOUNCE into a distrib, for instance)
207 #
208 # The layout of a binary distribution is described in the
209 # installation documentation.
210 #
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