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1 #################################################################################
2 #
3 # target.mk
4 #
5 # Standard targets for fptools
6 #
7 #################################################################################
8
9 #
10 # This file contain three groups of target rules:
11 #
12 # 1. FPtools targets
13 # depend*
14 # runtests*
15 #
16 # 2. GNU standard targets
17 # all*
18 # install* uninstall installcheck installdirs
19 # clean* distclean* mostlyclean* maintainer-clean*
20 # tags*
21 # info dvi ps
22 # dist binary-dist
23 # check
24 #
25 # 3. Some of the above targets have a version that
26 # recursively invokes that target in sub-directories.
27 # This relies on the importing Makefile setting SUBDIRS
28 #
29 # The recursive targets are marked with a * above
30 #
31
32 #
33 #
34 #
35
36
37 ##################################################################
38 # FPtools standard targets
39 #
40 # depend:
41 #
42 # The depend target has to cope with a set of files that may have
43 # different ways of computing their dependencies, i.e., a Haskell
44 # module's dependencies are computed differently from C files.
45 #
46 # Note that we don't compute dependencies automatically, i.e., have the
47 # .depend file be a target that is dependent on the Haskell+C sources,
48 # and then have the `depend' target depend on `.depend'. The reason for
49 # this is that when GNU make is processing the `include .depend' statement
50 # it records .depend as being a Makefile. Before doing any other processing,
51 # `make' will try to check to see if the Makefiles are up-to-date. And,
52 # surprisingly enough, .depend has a rule for it, so if any of the source
53 # files change, it will be invoked, *regardless* of what target you're making.
54 #
55 # So, for now, the dependencies has to be re-computed manually via `make depend'
56 # whenever a module changes its set of imports. Doing what was outlined above
57 # is only a small optimisation anyway, it would avoid the recomputation of
58 # dependencies if the .depend file was newer than any of the source modules.
59 #
60 .PHONY: depend
61
62 # Compiler produced files that are targets of the source's imports.
63 MKDEPENDHS_OBJ_SUFFICES=o
64
65 depend :: $(MKDEPENDHS_SRCS) $(MKDEPENDC_SRCS)
66 @$(RM) .depend
67 @touch .depend
68 ifneq "$(DOC_SRCS)" ""
69 $(MKDEPENDLIT) -o .depend $(MKDEPENDLIT_OPTS) $(filter %.lit,$(DOC_SRCS))
70 endif
71 ifneq "$(MKDEPENDC_SRCS)" ""
72 $(MKDEPENDC) -f .depend $(MKDEPENDC_OPTS) -- $(CC_OPTS) -- $(MKDEPENDC_SRCS)
73 endif
74 ifneq "$(MKDEPENDHS_SRCS)" ""
75 $(MKDEPENDHS) -M -optdep-f -optdep.depend $(foreach way,$(WAYS),-optdep-s -optdep$(way)) $(foreach obj,$(MKDEPENDHS_OBJ_SUFFICES),-optdep-o -optdep$(obj)) $(MKDEPENDHS_OPTS) $(patsubst -odir,,$(HC_OPTS)) $(MKDEPENDHS_SRCS)
76 endif
77
78 # the above patsubst is a hack to remove the '-odir $*' from HC_OPTS
79 # which is present when we're splitting objects. The $* maps to
80 # nothing, since this isn't a pattern rule, so we have to get rid of
81 # the -odir too to avoid problems.
82
83 ##################################################################
84 # boot
85 #
86 # The boot target, at a minimum generates dependency information
87
88 .PHONY: boot
89 boot :: depend
90
91
92 ##################################################################
93 # GNU Standard targets
94 #
95 # Every Makefile should define the following targets
96 #
97 # `all'
98 # Compile the entire program. This should be the default target.
99 # This target need not rebuild any documentation files; Info files
100 # should normally be included in the distribution, and DVI files
101 # should be made only when explicitly asked for.
102 #
103 # `install'
104 # Compile the program and copy the executables, libraries, and so on
105 # to the file names where they should reside for actual use. If
106 # there is a simple test to verify that a program is properly
107 # installed, this target should run that test.
108 #
109 # The commands should create all the directories in which files are
110 # to be installed, if they don't already exist. This includes the
111 # directories specified as the values of the variables prefix and
112 # exec_prefix , as well as all subdirectories that are needed. One
113 # way to do this is by means of an installdirs target as described
114 # below.
115 #
116 # Use `-' before any command for installing a man page, so that make
117 # will ignore any errors. This is in case there are systems that
118 # don't have the Unix man page documentation system installed.
119 #
120 # The way to install Info files is to copy them into `$(infodir)'
121 # with $(INSTALL_DATA) (see Command Variables), and then run the
122 # install-info program if it is present. install-info is a script
123 # that edits the Info `dir' file to add or update the menu entry for
124 # the given Info file; it will be part of the Texinfo package. Here
125 # is a sample rule to install an Info file:
126 #
127 # $(infodir)/foo.info: foo.info # There may be a newer info
128 # file in . than in srcdir.
129 # -if test -f foo.info; then d=.; \
130 # else d=$(srcdir); fi; \ $(INSTALL_DATA)
131 # $$d/foo.info $@; \ # Run install-info only if it
132 # exists. # Use `if' instead of just prepending `-' to the
133 # # line so we notice real errors from install-info. # We
134 # use `$(SHELL) -c' because some shells do not # fail
135 # gracefully when there is an unknown command.
136 # if $(SHELL) -c 'install-info --version' \
137 # >/dev/null 2>&1; then \ install-info
138 # --infodir=$(infodir) $$d/foo.info; \ else true;
139 # fi
140 #
141 # `uninstall'
142 # Delete all the installed files that the `install' target would
143 # create (but not the noninstalled files such as `make all' would
144 # create).
145 #
146 # `clean'
147 #
148 # Delete all files from the current directory that are normally
149 # created by building the program. Don't delete the files that
150 # record the configuration. Also preserve files that could be made
151 # by building, but normally aren't because the distribution comes
152 # with them.
153 #
154 # Delete `.dvi' files here if they are not part of the
155 # distribution.
156 #
157 # `distclean'
158 # Delete all files from the current directory that are created by
159 # configuring or building the program. If you have unpacked the
160 # source and built the program without creating any other files,
161 # `make distclean' should leave only the files that were in the
162 # distribution.
163 #
164 # `mostlyclean'
165 # Like `clean', but may refrain from deleting a few files that
166 # people normally don't want to recompile. For example, the
167 # `mostlyclean' target for GCC does not delete `libgcc.a', because
168 # recompiling it is rarely necessary and takes a lot of time.
169 #
170 # `maintainer-clean'
171 # Delete everything from the current directory that can be
172 # reconstructed with this Makefile. This typically includes
173 # everything deleted by distclean , plus more: C source files
174 # produced by Bison, tags tables, Info files, and so on.
175 #
176 # One exception, however: `make maintainer-clean' should not delete
177 # `configure' even if `configure' can be remade using a rule in the
178 # Makefile. More generally, `make maintainer-clean' should not delete
179 # anything that needs to exist in order to run `configure' and then
180 # begin to build the program.
181 #
182 # `TAGS'
183 # Update a tags table for this program.
184 #
185 # `info'
186 # Generate any Info files needed. The best way to write the rules is
187 # as follows:
188 #
189 # info: foo.info
190 #
191 # foo.info: foo.texi chap1.texi chap2.texi
192 # $(MAKEINFO) $(srcdir)/foo.texi
193 #
194 # You must define the variable MAKEINFO in the Makefile. It should
195 # run the makeinfo program, which is part of the Texinfo
196 # distribution.
197 #
198 # `dvi' `ps'
199 # Generate DVI files for all TeXinfo documentation. For example:
200 #
201 # dvi: foo.dvi
202 #
203 # foo.dvi: foo.texi chap1.texi chap2.texi
204 # $(TEXI2DVI) $(srcdir)/foo.texi
205 #
206 # You must define the variable TEXI2DVI in the Makefile. It should
207 # run the program texi2dvi , which is part of the Texinfo
208 # distribution. Alternatively, write just the dependencies, and
209 # allow GNU Make to provide the command.
210 #
211 # ps is a FPtools addition for Postscript files
212 #
213 # `dist' `binary-dist'
214 # Create a distribution tar file for this program. The tar file
215 # should be set up so that the file names in the tar file start with
216 # a subdirectory name which is the name of the package it is a
217 # distribution for. This name can include the version number.
218 #
219 # For example, the distribution tar file of GCC version 1.40 unpacks
220 # into a subdirectory named `gcc-1.40'.
221 #
222 # The easiest way to do this is to create a subdirectory
223 # appropriately named, use ln or cp to install the proper files in
224 # it, and then tar that subdirectory.
225 #
226 # The dist target should explicitly depend on all non-source files
227 # that are in the distribution, to make sure they are up to date in
228 # the distribution. See Making Releases.
229 #
230 # binary-dist is an FPtools addition for binary distributions
231 #
232 # `check'
233 # Perform self-tests (if any). The user must build the program
234 # before running the tests, but need not install the program; you
235 # should write the self-tests so that they work when the program is
236 # built but not installed.
237 #
238 # The following targets are suggested as conventional names, for programs
239 # in which they are useful.
240 #
241 # installcheck
242 # Perform installation tests (if any). The user must build and
243 # install the program before running the tests. You should not
244 # assume that `$(bindir)' is in the search path.
245 #
246 # installdirs
247 # It's useful to add a target named `installdirs' to create the
248 # directories where files are installed, and their parent
249 # directories. There is a script called `mkinstalldirs' which is
250 # convenient for this; find it in the Texinfo package.
251 # (FPTOOLS: we use a close relative of the suggested script, situated
252 # in glafp-utils/mkdirhier -- SOF)
253
254
255
256
257 ###########################################
258 #
259 # Targets: "all"
260 #
261 ###########################################
262
263 # For each of these variables that is defined
264 # we generate one "all" rule and one rule for the variable itself:
265 #
266 # HS_PROG Haskell program
267 # C_PROG C program
268 # LIBRARY Library
269 # SCRIPT_PROG Script (e.g. Perl script)
270 #
271 # For details of exactly what rule is generated, see the
272 # relevant section below
273
274 .PHONY: all
275
276 #----------------------------------------
277 # Haskell programs
278
279 ifneq "$(HS_PROG)" ""
280 all :: $(HS_PROG)
281
282 $(HS_PROG) :: $(HS_OBJS)
283 $(HC) -o $@ $(HC_OPTS) $(LD_OPTS) $(HS_OBJS) $(LIBS)
284 endif
285
286 #----------------------------------------
287 # C programs
288
289 ifneq "$(C_PROG)" ""
290 all :: $(C_PROG)
291
292 $(C_PROG) :: $(C_OBJS)
293 $(CC) -o $@ $(CC_OPTS) $(LD_OPTS) $(C_OBJS) $(LIBS)
294 endif
295
296
297 #----------------------------------------
298 # Libraries/archives
299
300 ifneq "$(LIBRARY)" ""
301 all :: $(LIBRARY)
302
303
304 define BUILD_LIB
305 $(RM) $@
306 $(AR) $(AR_OPTS) $@ $(LIBOBJS)
307 $(RANLIB) $@
308 endef
309
310 #
311 # For Haskell object files, we might have chosen to split
312 # up the object files. Test for whether the library being
313 # built is consisting of Haskell files by (hackily) checking
314 # whether HS_SRCS is empty or not.
315 #
316
317 ifneq "$(HS_SRCS)" ""
318 ifneq "$(filter -split-objs,$(HC_OPTS))" ""
319 define BUILD_LIB
320 $(RM) $@
321 TMPDIR=$(TMPDIR); export TMPDIR; find $(patsubst %.$(way_)o,%,$(LIBOBJS)) -name '*.$(way_)o' -print | xargs ar q $@
322 $(RANLIB) $@
323 endef
324 endif # $(filter...
325 endif
326
327 #
328 # Remove local symbols from library objects if requested.
329 #
330
331 ifeq "$(StripLibraries)" "YES"
332 ifneq "$(filter -split-objs,$(HC_OPTS))" ""
333 SRC_HC_POST_OPTS += \
334 for i in $(basename $@)/*; do \
335 ld -r -x -o $$i.tmp $$i; \
336 $(MV) $$i.tmp $$i; \
337 done
338 else
339 SRC_HC_POST_OPTS += \
340 ld -r -x -o $@.tmp $@; $(MV) $@.tmp $@
341 endif
342 endif
343
344 $(LIBRARY) :: $(LIBOBJS)
345 $(BUILD_LIB)
346 endif
347
348 #----------------------------------------
349 # Script programs
350
351 ifneq "$(SCRIPT_PROG)" ""
352
353 # To produce a fully functional script, you may
354 # have to add some configuration variables at the top of
355 # the script, i.e., the compiler driver needs to know
356 # the path to various utils in the build tree for instance.
357 #
358 # To have the build rule for the script automatically do this
359 # for you, set the variable SCRIPT_SUBST_VARS to the list of
360 # variables you need to put in.
361
362 #
363 # SCRIPT_SUBST creates a string of echo commands that
364 # will when evaluated append the (perl)variable name and its value
365 # to the target it is used for, i.e.,
366 #
367 # A=foo
368 # B=bar
369 # SCRIPT_SUBST_VARS = A B
370 # SCRIPT_SUBST=echo "$""A=\"foo\";" >> $@; echo "$""B=\"bar\";" >> $@
371 #
372 # so if you have a rule like the following
373 #
374 # foo:
375 # @(RM) $@
376 # @(TOUCH) $@
377 # @eval $(SCRIPT_SUBST)
378 #
379 # `make foo' would create a file `foo' containing the following
380 #
381 # % cat foo
382 # $A=foo;
383 # $B=bar;
384 # %
385 #
386 # ToDo: make this work for shell scripts (drop the initial $).
387 #
388 ifeq "$(INTERP)" "$(SHELL)"
389 SCRIPT_SUBST=$(foreach val,$(SCRIPT_SUBST_VARS),"echo \"$(val)=\\\"$($(val))\\\";\" >> $@;")
390 else
391 SCRIPT_SUBST=$(foreach val,$(SCRIPT_SUBST_VARS),"echo \"$$\"\"$(val)=\\\"$($(val))\\\";\" >> $@;")
392 endif
393
394 all :: $(SCRIPT_PROG)
395
396 #
397 # #! support under cygwin32 is not quite there yet,
398 # so we rely on the eval `trick' instead. On all other
399 # platforms, we prepend #!$(INTERP) -- SOF 6/97
400 #
401
402 $(SCRIPT_PROG) :: $(SCRIPT_OBJS)
403 $(RM) $@
404 @echo Creating $@...
405 ifeq "$(INTERP)" "perl"
406 ifneq "$(BIN_DIST)" "1"
407 echo "#! "$(PERL) > $@
408 else
409 @touch $@
410 endif
411 else
412 ifneq "$(INTERP)" ""
413 @echo "#!"$(INTERP) > $@
414 else
415 @touch $@
416 endif
417 endif
418 ifneq "$(SCRIPT_PREFIX_FILES)" ""
419 @cat $(SCRIPT_PREFIX_FILES) >> $@
420 endif
421 @eval $(SCRIPT_SUBST)
422 @cat $(SCRIPT_OBJS) >> $@
423 @chmod a+x $@
424 @echo Done.
425 endif
426
427 # links to script programs: we sometimes install a script as
428 # <name>-<version> with a link from <name> to the real script.
429
430 ifneq "$(SCRIPT_LINK)" ""
431 all :: $(SCRIPT_LINK)
432
433 #
434 # Don't want to overwrite $(SCRIPT_LINK)s that aren't symbolic
435 # links. Testing for symbol links is problematic to do in
436 # a portable fashion using a /bin/sh test, so we simply rely
437 # on perl.
438 #
439 $(SCRIPT_LINK) : $(SCRIPT_PROG)
440 @if ( perl -e '$$fn="$(SCRIPT_LINK)"; exit ((! -f $$fn || -l $$fn) ? 0 : 1);' ); then \
441 echo "Creating a symbol link from $(SCRIPT_PROG) to $(SCRIPT_LINK)"; \
442 $(RM) $(SCRIPT_LINK); \
443 $(LN_S) $(SCRIPT_PROG) $(SCRIPT_LINK); \
444 else \
445 echo "Creating a symbol link from $(SCRIPT_PROG) to $(SCRIPT_LINK) failed: \`$(SCRIPT_LINK)' already exists"; \
446 echo "Perhaps remove \`$(SCRIPT_LINK)' manually?"; \
447 exit 1; \
448 fi;
449 endif
450
451
452
453 ###########################################
454 #
455 # Targets: install install-strip uninstall
456 #
457 ###########################################
458
459 # For each of these variables that is defined, you
460 # get one install rule
461 #
462 # INSTALL_PROGS executable programs in $(bindir)
463 # INSTALL_SCRIPTS executable scripts in $(bindir)
464 # INSTALL_LIBS platform-dependent libraries in $(libdir) (ranlib'ed)
465 # INSTALL_LIBEXECS platform-dependent execs in $(libdir)
466 # INSTALL_DATAS platform-independent files in $(datadir)
467 #
468 # If the installation directory variable is undefined, the install rule simply
469 # emits a suitable error message.
470 #
471 # Remember, too, that the installation directory variables ($(bindir) and
472 # friends can be overridden from their original settings in mk/config.mk.in
473 # || mk/build.mk
474 #
475 .PHONY: install installdirs install-strip install-dirs uninstall install-docs show-install
476
477 show-install :
478 @echo "bindir = $(bindir)"
479 @echo "libdir = $(libdir)"
480 @echo "libexecdir = $(libexecdir) # by default, same as libdir"
481 @echo "datadir = $(datadir) # unused for ghc project"
482
483 #
484 # Sometimes useful to separate out the creation of install directories
485 # from the installation itself.
486 #
487 install-dirs ::
488 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(bindir)
489 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(libdir)
490 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(libexecdir)
491 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(datadir)
492
493 # Better do this first...
494 # but we won't for the moment, do it on-demand from
495 # within the various install targets instead.
496 #install:: install-dirs
497
498 ifneq "$(INSTALL_PROGS)" ""
499 install:: $(INSTALL_PROGS)
500 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(bindir)
501 @for i in $(INSTALL_PROGS); do \
502 echo $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_BIN_OPTS) $$i$(exeext) $(bindir); \
503 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_BIN_OPTS) $$i$(exeext) $(bindir); \
504 done
505 endif
506
507 #
508 # Just like INSTALL_PROGS, but prefix with install sites bin/lib/data and
509 # install without stripping.
510 #
511 ifneq "$(INSTALL_SCRIPTS)" ""
512 install:: $(INSTALL_SCRIPTS)
513 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(bindir)
514 ifeq "$(INTERP)" "perl"
515 ifneq "$(BIN_DIST)" "1"
516 @for i in $(INSTALL_SCRIPTS); do \
517 $(RM) $$i.tmp; \
518 echo "#! $(PERL)" > $$i.tmp ; \
519 echo '$$'"bindir='$(bindir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
520 echo '$$'"libdir='$(libdir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
521 echo '$$'"libexecdir='$(libexecdir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
522 echo '$$'"datadir='$(datadir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
523 cat $$i >> $$i.tmp ; \
524 echo $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(filter-out -s,$(INSTALL_BIN_OPTS)) $$i.tmp $(bindir)/$$i ; \
525 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(filter-out -s,$(INSTALL_BIN_OPTS)) $$i.tmp $(bindir)/$$i ; \
526 $(RM) $$i.tmp; \
527 done
528 else
529 for i in $(INSTALL_SCRIPTS); do \
530 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(bindir); \
531 done
532 endif
533 else
534 for i in $(INSTALL_SCRIPTS); do \
535 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(bindir); \
536 done
537 endif
538 endif
539
540 ifneq "$(INSTALL_LIB_SCRIPTS)" ""
541 install:: $(INSTALL_LIB_SCRIPTS)
542 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(libdir)
543 ifeq "$(INTERP)" "perl"
544 ifneq "$(BIN_DIST)" "1"
545 @for i in $(INSTALL_LIB_SCRIPTS); do \
546 $(RM) $$i.tmp; \
547 echo "#! $(PERL)" > $$i.tmp ; \
548 echo '$$'"bindir='$(bindir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
549 echo '$$'"libdir='$(libdir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
550 echo '$$'"libexecdir='$(libexecdir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
551 echo '$$'"datadir='$(datadir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
552 cat $$i >> $$i.tmp ; \
553 echo $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(libdir) ; \
554 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i.tmp $(libdir)/$$i ; \
555 $(RM) $$i.tmp; \
556 done
557 else
558 for i in $(INSTALL_LIB_SCRIPTS); do \
559 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(libdir); \
560 done
561 endif
562 else
563 for i in $(INSTALL_LIB_SCRIPTS); do \
564 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(libdir); \
565 done
566 endif
567 endif
568
569 ifneq "$(INSTALL_LIBEXEC_SCRIPTS)" ""
570 install:: $(INSTALL_LIBEXEC_SCRIPTS)
571 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(libexecdir)
572 ifeq "$(INTERP)" "perl"
573 ifneq "$(BIN_DIST)" "1"
574 @for i in $(INSTALL_LIBEXEC_SCRIPTS); do \
575 $(RM) $$i.tmp; \
576 echo "#! $(PERL)" > $$i.tmp ; \
577 echo '$$'"bindir='$(bindir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
578 echo '$$'"libdir='$(libdir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
579 echo '$$'"libexecdir='$(libexecdir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
580 echo '$$'"datadir='$(datadir)';" >> $$i.tmp ; \
581 cat $$i >> $$i.tmp ; \
582 echo $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(libexecdir) ; \
583 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i.tmp $(libexecdir)/$$i ; \
584 $(RM) $$i.tmp; \
585 done
586 else
587 for i in $(INSTALL_LIBEXEC_SCRIPTS); do \
588 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(libexecdir); \
589 done
590 endif
591 else
592 for i in $(INSTALL_LIBEXEC_SCRIPTS); do \
593 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(libexecdir); \
594 done
595 endif
596 endif
597
598 ifneq "$(INSTALL_LIBS)" ""
599 install:: $(INSTALL_LIBS)
600 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(libdir)
601 for i in $(INSTALL_LIBS); do \
602 case $$i in \
603 *.a) \
604 $(INSTALL_DATA) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(libdir); \
605 $(RANLIB) $(libdir)/`basename $$i` ;; \
606 *) \
607 $(INSTALL_DATA) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(libdir); \
608 esac; \
609 done
610 endif
611
612 ifneq "$(INSTALL_LIBEXECS)" ""
613 install:: $(INSTALL_LIBEXECS)
614 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(libexecdir)
615 -for i in $(INSTALL_LIBEXECS); do \
616 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(INSTALL_BIN_OPTS) $$i$(exeext) $(libexecdir); \
617 done
618 endif
619
620 ifneq "$(INSTALL_DATAS)" ""
621 install:: $(INSTALL_DATAS)
622 @$(INSTALL_DIR) $(datadir)
623 for i in $(INSTALL_DATAS); do \
624 $(INSTALL_DATA) $(INSTALL_OPTS) $$i $(datadir); \
625 done
626 endif
627
628 #
629 # Use with care..
630 #
631 uninstall::
632 @for i in $(INSTALL_PROGS) "" ; do \
633 if test "$$i"; then \
634 echo rm -f $(bindir)/`basename $$i`; \
635 rm -f $(bindir)/`basename $$i`; \
636 fi; \
637 done
638 @for i in $(INSTALL_LIBS) ""; do \
639 if test "$$i"; then \
640 echo rm -f $(libdir)/`basename $$i`; \
641 rm -f $(libdir)/`basename $$i`; \
642 fi; \
643 done
644 @for i in $(INSTALL_LIBEXECS) ""; do \
645 if test "$$i"; then \
646 echo rm -f $(libexecdir)/`basename $$i`; \
647 rm -f $(libexecdir)/`basename $$i`; \
648 fi; \
649 done
650 @for i in $(INSTALL_DATAS) ""; do \
651 if test "$$i"; then \
652 echo rm -f $(datadir)/`basename $$i`; \
653 rm -f $(datadir)/`basename $$i`; \
654 fi; \
655 done
656
657 #
658 # install-strip is from the GNU Makefile standard.
659 #
660 ifneq "$(way)" ""
661 install-strip::
662 @$(MAKE) EXTRA_INSTALL_OPTS='-s' install
663 endif
664
665 #
666 # install links to script drivers.
667 #
668 ifneq "$(SCRIPT_LINK)" ""
669 install ::
670 $(LN_S) $(SCRIPT_PROG) $(bindir)/$(SCRIPT_LINK)
671 endif
672
673 ###########################################
674 #
675 # Targets: dist binary-dist
676 #
677 ###########################################
678
679
680 #
681 # dist-pre is a canned rule the toplevel of your source tree
682 # would use as follows,
683 #
684 # dist :: dist-pre
685 #
686 # it performs two tasks, first creating the distribution directory
687 # tree and it then decorates the new tree with symbolic links pointing
688 # to the symbolic links in the build tree.
689 #
690 # The dist-pre relies on (at least) the `find' in GNU findutils
691 # (only tested with version 4.1). All non-GNU `find's I have
692 # laid on my hands locally, has a restrictive treatment of {} in
693 # -exec commands, i.e.,
694 #
695 # find . -print echo a{} \;
696 #
697 # does not expand the {}, it has to be a separate argument (i.e. `a {}').
698 # GNU find is (IMHO) more sensible here, expanding any {} it comes across
699 # inside an -exec, whether it is a separate arg or part of a word:
700 #
701 # $ touch yes
702 # $ find --version
703 # GNU find version 4.1
704 # $ find yes -exec echo oh,{}! \;
705 # oh,yes!
706 #
707 # Of course, the above is not impossible to achieve with other finds,
708 # just that GNU find does the Patently Right Thing here :)
709 #
710 # ====> if you're using these dist rules, get hold of GNU findutils.
711 #
712 # --SOF 2/97
713 #
714 .PHONY: dist dist-pre dist-post
715
716 #
717 # The dist rules leaves out CVS, SRC (from mkshadowdir) and tests
718 # directories when creating shadow source distrib tree
719 #
720 dist-pre::
721 -rm -rf $(SRC_DIST_DIR)
722 -rm -f $(SRC_DIST_NAME).tar.gz
723 (cd $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS); find $(SRC_DIST_DIRS) -type d \( -name CVS -prune -o -name SRC -prune -o -name tests -prune -o -exec $(MKDIRHIER) $(SRC_DIST_DIR)/{} \; \) ; )
724 (cd $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS); find $(SRC_DIST_DIRS) -name CVS -prune -o -name SRC -prune -o -name tests -prune -o -name "*~" -prune -o -name ".cvsignore" -prune -o -name "\#*" -prune -o -name ".\#*" -prune -o -type l -exec $(LN_S) $(FPTOOLS_TOP_ABS)/{} $(SRC_DIST_DIR)/{} \; )
725
726 #
727 # After having created a shadow distribution tree and copied/linked
728 # all the necessary files to it, `dist-post' makes sure the permissions
729 # are set right and then package up the tree. Empty directories are also removed.
730 #
731 # For now, we make the packaging a separate rule, so as to allow
732 # the inspection of the dist tree before eventually packaging it up.
733 #
734 dist-post::
735 @echo Deleting the following empty directories..
736 ( cd $(SRC_DIST_DIR) ; cd .. ; find $(SRC_DIST_NAME) -type d -exec sh -c 'test x`ls $$0 | wc -l | sed -e "s/ //g"` = x0' {} \; -print -exec rm -rf {} \; -prune )
737 ( cd $(SRC_DIST_DIR) ; cd .. ; chmod -R a+rw $(SRC_DIST_NAME) )
738
739 # Automatic generation of a MANIFEST file for a source distribution
740 # tree that is ready to go.
741 dist-manifest ::
742 cd $(SRC_DIST_DIR); find . \( -type l -o -type f \) -exec ls -lLG {} \; | sed -e 's/\.\///' > /tmp/MANIFEST ; mv /tmp/MANIFEST MANIFEST
743
744 dist-package:: dist-package-tar-gz
745
746 dist-package-tar-gz ::
747 cd $(SRC_DIST_DIR); cd ..; $(TAR) chzf $(SRC_DIST_NAME).tar.gz $(SRC_DIST_NAME)
748
749 dist-package-zip ::
750 cd $(SRC_DIST_DIR); cd ..; $(ZIP) -r $(SRC_DIST_NAME).zip $(SRC_DIST_NAME)
751
752 #
753 # binary-dist creates a binary bundle, set BIN_DIST_NAME
754 # to package name and do `make binary-dist' (normally this
755 # just a thing you would do from the toplevel of fptools or)
756 # from the top of a project.
757 #
758 .PHONY: binary-dist-pre binary-dist binary-pack
759
760 binary-dist-pre::
761 -rm -rf $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)
762 -rm -f $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME).tar.gz
763 @for i in $(BIN_DIST_DIRS); do \
764 if test -d "$$i"; then \
765 echo $(MKDIRHIER) $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/bin/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion); \
766 $(MKDIRHIER) $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/bin/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion); \
767 echo $(MKDIRHIER) $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/lib/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion); \
768 $(MKDIRHIER) $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/lib/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion); \
769 echo $(MKDIRHIER) $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/share/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion); \
770 $(MKDIRHIER) $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/share/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion); \
771 echo $(MAKE) -C $$i $(MFLAGS) install BIN_DIST=1 BIN_DIST_NAME=$(BIN_DIST_NAME) \
772 prefix=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME) \
773 exec_prefix=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME) \
774 bindir=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/bin/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion) \
775 libdir=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/lib/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion) \
776 libexecdir=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/lib/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion) \
777 datadir=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/share/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion) ; \
778 $(MAKE) -C $$i $(MFLAGS) install BIN_DIST=1 BIN_DIST_NAME=$(BIN_DIST_NAME) \
779 prefix=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME) \
780 exec_prefix=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME) \
781 bindir=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/bin/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion) \
782 libdir=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/lib/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion) \
783 libexecdir=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/lib/$(TARGETPLATFORM)/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion) \
784 datadir=$(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/$(BIN_DIST_NAME)/share/$(ProjectNameShort)-$(ProjectVersion) ; \
785 fi; \
786 done
787
788 #
789 # Do this separately for now
790 #
791 binary-pack::
792 ( cd $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR); $(TAR) chzf $(BIN_DIST_NAME).tar.gz $(BIN_DIST_NAME); rm -rf $(BIN_DIST_NAME) )
793
794 ifneq "$(way)" ""
795 package-way-dist::
796 ( cd $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR); find $(BIN_DIST_NAME)/ \( -name "*$(_way).a" -o -name "*.$(way_)hi" \) -print | xargs tar cvf $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/ghc-$(ProjectVersion)-$(way)-$(TARGETPLATFORM).tar )
797 gzip $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR)/ghc-$(ProjectVersion)-$(way)-$(TARGETPLATFORM).tar
798 endif
799
800 ifneq "$(way)" ""
801 remove-way-dist::
802 ( cd $(BIN_DIST_TMPDIR); find $(BIN_DIST_NAME)/ \( -name "*$(_way).a" -o -name "*.$(way_)hi" \) -print -exec rm -f {} \; )
803 endif
804
805 ###########################################
806 #
807 # Targets: check tags show info
808 #
809 ###########################################
810
811 #------------------------------------------------------------
812 # Check
813
814 .PHONY: check
815
816 check:: $(TESTS)
817 @for i in $(filter-out %.lhs .hs, $(TESTS)) ''; do \
818 if (test -f "$$i"); then \
819 echo Running: `basename $$i` ; \
820 cd test; `basename $$i` ; \
821 fi; \
822 done;
823
824 #------------------------------------------------------------
825 # Tags
826
827 .PHONY: TAGS tags
828
829 tags TAGS:: $(TAGS_HS_SRCS) $(TAGS_C_SRCS)
830 @$(RM) TAGS
831 @touch TAGS
832 ifneq "$(TAGS_HS_SRCS)" ""
833 $(HSTAGS) $(HSTAGS_OPTS) -- $(TAGS_HS_SRCS)
834 endif
835 ifneq "$(TAGS_C_SRCS)" ""
836 etags -a $(TAGS_C_SRCS)
837 endif
838 @( DEREFFED=`ls -l Makefile | sed -e 's/.*-> \(.*\)/\1/g'` && $(RM) `dirname $$DEREFFED`/TAGS && $(CP) TAGS `dirname $$DEREFFED` ) 2>/dev/null || echo TAGS file generated, perhaps copy over to source tree?
839
840 #------------------------------------------------------------
841 # Makefile debugging
842 # to see the effective value used for a Makefile variable, do
843 # make show VALUE=MY_VALUE
844 #
845
846 show:
847 @echo '$(VALUE)=$($(VALUE))'
848
849 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
850 # SGML Documentation
851 #
852 .PHONY: dvi ps html info txt
853
854 ifneq "$(SGML_DOC)" ""
855
856 # multi-file SGML document: main document name is specified in $(SGML_DOC),
857 # sub-documents (.sgml files) listed in $(SGML_SRCS).
858
859 $(SGML_DOC).sgml : $(SGML_SRCS)
860 cat $(SGML_SRCS) > $(SGML_DOC).sgml
861
862 SGML_DVI = $(SGML_DOC).dvi
863 SGML_PS = $(SGML_DOC).ps
864 SGML_INFO = $(SGML_DOC).info
865 SGML_HTML = $(SGML_DOC).html
866 SGML_TEXT = $(SGML_DOC).txt
867
868 else # no SGML_DOC
869
870 VSGML_SRCS = $(wildcard *.vsgml)
871
872 ifneq "$(VSGML_SRCS)" ""
873 SGML_SRCS = $(addsuffix .sgml, $(basename $(VSGML_SRCS)))
874 else
875 SGML_SRCS = $(wildcard *.sgml)
876 endif
877
878 SGML_DVI = $(addsuffix .dvi, $(basename $(SGML_SRCS)))
879 SGML_PS = $(addsuffix .ps, $(basename $(SGML_SRCS)))
880 SGML_INFO = $(addsuffix .info, $(basename $(SGML_SRCS)))
881 SGML_HTML = $(addsuffix .html, $(basename $(SGML_SRCS)))
882 SGML_TEXT = $(addsuffix .txt, $(basename $(SGML_SRCS)))
883
884 endif # SGML_DOC
885
886 dvi :: $(SGML_DVI)
887 info :: $(SGML_INFO)
888 html :: $(SGML_HTML)
889 txt :: $(SGML_TXT)
890 ps :: $(SGML_PS)
891
892 CLEAN_FILES += $(SGML_TEXT) $(SGML_HTML) $(SGML_PS) $(SGML_DVI)
893
894 ###########################################
895 #
896 # Targets: clean
897 #
898 ###########################################
899
900 .PHONY: realclean mostlyclean clean distclean maintainer-clean
901
902 # realclean is just a synonym for maintainer-clean
903 realclean: maintainer-clean
904
905
906 ifneq "$(MOSTLY_CLEAN_FILES)" ""
907 mostlyclean::
908 rm -f $(MOSTLY_CLEAN_FILES)
909 endif
910
911 ifneq "$(CLEAN_FILES)" ""
912 clean:: mostlyclean
913 rm -f $(CLEAN_FILES)
914 endif
915
916
917 ifneq "$(DIST_CLEAN_FILES)" ""
918 distclean:: mostlyclean clean
919 rm -f $(DIST_CLEAN_FILES)
920 endif
921
922
923 ifneq "$(MAINTAINER_CLEAN_FILES)" ""
924 maintainer-clean:: mostlyclean clean distclean
925 @echo 'This command is intended for maintainers to use; it'
926 @echo 'deletes files that may need special tools to rebuild.'
927 rm -f $(MAINTAINER_CLEAN_FILES)
928 endif
929
930 #
931 # If (Haskell) object files are split, cleaning up
932 # consist of descending into the directories where
933 # the myriads of object files have been put.
934 #
935
936 ifneq "$(HS_OBJS)" ""
937 ifneq "$(filter -split-objs,$(HC_OPTS))" ""
938 clean ::
939 find $(patsubst %.$(way_)o,%,$(HS_OBJS)) -name '*.$(way_)o' -print | xargs $(RM) __rm_food
940 -rmdir $(patsubst %.$(way_)o,%,$(HS_OBJS))
941 endif
942 endif
943
944
945 #################################################################################
946 #
947 # Way management
948 #
949 #################################################################################
950
951 # Here is the ingenious jiggery pokery that allows you to build multiple versions
952 # of a program in a single build tree.
953 #
954 # The ways setup requires the following variables to be set:
955 #
956 # Expects: $(WAYS) the possible "way" strings to one of
957 # which $(way) will be set
958
959
960 # So how does $(way) ever get set to anything? Answer, we recursively
961 # invoke make, setting $(way) on the command line.
962 # When do we do this recursion? Answer: whenever the programmer
963 # asks make to make a target that involves a way suffix.
964 # We must remember *not* to recurse again; but that's easy: we
965 # just see if $(way) is set:
966
967 ifeq "$(way)" ""
968
969 # If $(WAYS) = p mc, then WAY_TARGETS expands to
970 # %.p_lhs %.p_hs %.p_o ... %.mc_lhs %.p_hs ...
971 # and OTHER_WAY_TARGETS to
972 # %_p.a %_p %_mc.a %_mc
973 # where the suffixes are from $(SUFFIXES)
974 #
975 # We have to treat libraries and "other" targets differently,
976 # because their names are of the form
977 # libHS_p.a and Foo_p
978 # whereas everything else has names of the form
979 # Foo.p_o
980
981 FPTOOLS_SUFFIXES := o hi hc
982
983 WAY_TARGETS = $(foreach way,$(WAYS),$(foreach suffix, $(FPTOOLS_SUFFIXES), %.$(way)_$(suffix)))
984 LIB_WAY_TARGETS = $(foreach way,$(WAYS),%_$(way).a %_$(way))
985
986 # $@ will be something like Foo.p_o
987 # $(suffix $@) returns .p_o
988 # $(subst .,.p_o) returns p_o
989 # $(subst _,.,p_o) returns p.o (clever)
990 # $(basename p.o) returns p
991 #
992 $(WAY_TARGETS) :
993 $(MAKE) way=$(basename $(subst _,.,$(subst .,,$(suffix $@)))) $@
994
995 # $(@F) will be something like libHS_p.a, or Foo_p
996 # $(basename $(@F)) will be libHS_p, or Foo_p
997 # The sed script extracts the "p" part.
998
999 $(LIB_WAY_TARGETS) :
1000 $(MAKE) $(MFLAGS) $@ way=$(subst .,,$(suffix $(subst _,.,$(basename $@))))
1001
1002 endif # if way
1003
1004
1005 ##################################################################
1006 #
1007 # Recursive stuff
1008 #
1009 ##################################################################
1010
1011 # Here are the diabolically clever rules that
1012 #
1013 # (a) for each "recursive target" <t>
1014 # propagates "make <t>" to directories in SUBDIRS
1015 #
1016 # (b) when SUBDIRS is empty,
1017 # for each "multi-way-target" <t>
1018 # calls "make -way=w <t>" for each w in $(WAYS)
1019 #
1020 # This has the effect of making the standard target
1021 # in each of the specified ways (as well as in the normal way
1022
1023 # Controlling variables
1024 # WAYS = extra (beyond the normal way) ways to build things in
1025 # SUBDIRS = subdirectories to recurse into
1026
1027 # No ways, so iterate over the SUBDIRS
1028
1029 # note about recursively invoking make: we'd like make to drop all the
1030 # way back to the top level if it fails in any of the
1031 # sub(sub-...)directories. This is done by setting the -e flag to the
1032 # shell during the loop, which causes an immediate failure if any of
1033 # the shell commands fail.
1034
1035 # One exception: if the user gave the -i or -k flag to make in the
1036 # first place, we'd like to reverse this behaviour. So we check for
1037 # these flags, and set the -e flag appropriately. NOTE: watch out for
1038 # the --no-print-directory flag which is passed to recursive
1039 # invocations of make.
1040 #
1041 # NOTE: Truly weird use of exit below to stop the for loop dead in
1042 # its tracks should any of the sub-makes fail. By my reckoning,
1043 # "cmd || exit $?" should be equivalent to "cmd"
1044
1045 ifeq "$(way)" ""
1046 ifneq "$(SUBDIRS)" ""
1047
1048 all docs runtests boot TAGS clean veryclean maintainer-clean install info ::
1049 @echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"
1050 @echo "===fptools== Recursively making \`$@' in $(SUBDIRS) ..."
1051 @echo "PWD = $(shell pwd)"
1052 @echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"
1053 # Don't rely on -e working, instead we check exit return codes from sub-makes.
1054 @case '${MFLAGS}' in *-[ik]*) x_on_err=0;; *-r*[ik]*) x_on_err=0;; *) x_on_err=1;; esac; \
1055 for i in $(SUBDIRS); do \
1056 echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"; \
1057 echo "==fptools== $(MAKE) $@ $(MFLAGS);"; \
1058 echo " in $(shell pwd)/$$i"; \
1059 echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"; \
1060 $(MAKE) --no-print-directory -C $$i $(MFLAGS) $@; \
1061 if [ $$? -eq 0 -o $$x_on_err -eq 0 ] ; then true; else exit 1; fi; \
1062 done
1063 @echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"
1064 @echo "===fptools== Finished making \`$@' in $(SUBDIRS) ..."
1065 @echo "PWD = $(shell pwd)"
1066 @echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"
1067
1068 dist ::
1069 # Don't rely on -e working, instead we check exit return codes from sub-makes.
1070 @case '${MFLAGS}' in *-[ik]*) x_on_err=0;; *-r*[ik]*) x_on_err=0;; *) x_on_err=1;; esac; \
1071 for i in $(SUBDIRS) ; do \
1072 $(MKDIRHIER_PREFIX)mkdirhier $(SRC_DIST_DIR)/$$i; \
1073 $(MAKE) -C $$i $(MFLAGS) $@ SRC_DIST_DIR=$(SRC_DIST_DIR)/$$i; \
1074 if [ $$? -eq 0 ] ; then true; else exit $$x_on_err; fi; \
1075 done
1076 endif
1077 endif
1078
1079 # The default dist rule:
1080 #
1081 # copy/link the contents of $(SRC_DIST_FILES) into the
1082 # shadow distribution tree. SRC_DIST_FILES contain the
1083 # build-generated files that you want to include in
1084 # a source distribution.
1085 #
1086 #
1087 ifneq "$(SRC_DIST_FILES)" ""
1088 dist::
1089 @for i in $(SRC_DIST_FILES); do \
1090 if ( echo "$$i" | grep "~" >/dev/null 2>&1 ); then \
1091 echo $(LN_S) `pwd`/`echo $$i | sed -e "s/^\([^~]*\)~.*/\1/g"` $(SRC_DIST_DIR)/`echo $$i | sed -e "s/.*~\(.*\)/\1/g"` ; \
1092 $(LN_S) `pwd`/`echo $$i | sed -e "s/^\([^~]*\)~.*/\1/g"` $(SRC_DIST_DIR)/`echo $$i | sed -e "s/.*~\(.*\)/\1/g"` ; \
1093 else \
1094 if (test -f "$$i"); then \
1095 echo $(LN_S) `pwd`/$$i $(SRC_DIST_DIR)/$$i ; \
1096 $(LN_S) `pwd`/$$i $(SRC_DIST_DIR)/$$i ; \
1097 fi; \
1098 fi; \
1099 done;
1100 endif
1101
1102
1103 #
1104 # Selectively building subdirectories.
1105 #
1106 #
1107 ifneq "$(SUBDIRS)" ""
1108 $(SUBDIRS) ::
1109 $(MAKE) -C $@ $(MFLAGS)
1110 endif
1111
1112 ifneq "$(WAYS)" ""
1113 ifeq "$(way)" ""
1114
1115 # NB: the targets exclude
1116 # boot info TAGS runtests
1117 # since these are way-independent
1118 all docs TAGS clean veryclean maintainer-clean install ::
1119 @echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"
1120 @echo "===fptools== Recursively making \`$@' for ways: $(WAYS) ..."
1121 @echo "PWD = $(shell pwd)"
1122 @echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"
1123 # Don't rely on -e working, instead we check exit return codes from sub-makes.
1124 @case '${MFLAGS}' in *-[ik]*) x_on_err=0;; *-r*[ik]*) x_on_err=0;; *) x_on_err=1;; esac; \
1125 for i in $(WAYS) ; do \
1126 echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"; \
1127 echo "==fptools== $(MAKE) way=$$i $@;"; \
1128 echo "PWD = $(shell pwd)"; \
1129 echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"; \
1130 $(MAKE) way=$$i --no-print-directory $(MFLAGS) $@ ; \
1131 if [ $$? -eq 0 ] ; then true; else exit $$x_on_err; fi; \
1132 done
1133 @echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"
1134 @echo "===fptools== Finished recursively making \`$@' for ways: $(WAYS) ..."
1135 @echo "PWD = $(shell pwd)"
1136 @echo "------------------------------------------------------------------------"
1137
1138 endif
1139 endif
1140