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2002-09-10 Frank Ch. Eigler <fche@redhat.com>
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1 #
2 # Makefile for directory with subdirs to build.
3 #   Copyright (C) 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998,
4 #   1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Free Software Foundation
5 #
6 # This file is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
7 # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
8 # the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
9 # (at your option) any later version.
10
11 # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
12 # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
13 # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
14 # GNU General Public License for more details.
15
16 # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
17 # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
18 # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
19 #
20
21 # Tell GNU make 3.79 not to run the top level in parallel.  This 
22 # prevents contention for $builddir/$target/config.cache, as well
23 # as minimizing scatter in file system caches.
24 NOTPARALLEL = .NOTPARALLEL
25 $(NOTPARALLEL):
26
27 srcdir = .
28
29 prefix = /usr/local
30 exec_prefix = $(prefix)
31
32 bindir=${exec_prefix}/bin
33 sbindir=${exec_prefix}/sbin
34 libexecdir=${exec_prefix}/libexec
35 datadir=${prefix}/share
36 sysconfdir=${prefix}/etc
37 sharedstatedir=${prefix}/com
38 localstatedir=${prefix}/var
39 libdir=${exec_prefix}/lib
40 includedir=${prefix}/include
41 oldincludedir=/usr/include
42 infodir=${prefix}/info
43 mandir=${prefix}/man
44 gxx_include_dir=${includedir}/g++
45
46 tooldir = $(exec_prefix)/$(target_alias)
47 build_tooldir = $(exec_prefix)/$(target_alias)
48
49 program_transform_name =
50
51 man1dir = $(mandir)/man1
52 man2dir = $(mandir)/man2
53 man3dir = $(mandir)/man3
54 man4dir = $(mandir)/man4
55 man5dir = $(mandir)/man5
56 man6dir = $(mandir)/man6
57 man7dir = $(mandir)/man7
58 man8dir = $(mandir)/man8
59 man9dir = $(mandir)/man9
60 infodir = $(prefix)/info
61 includedir = $(prefix)/include
62 # Directory in which the compiler finds executables, libraries, etc.
63 libsubdir = $(libdir)/gcc-lib/$(target_alias)/$(gcc_version)
64 GDB_NLM_DEPS = 
65
66 SHELL = /bin/sh
67
68 # pwd command to use.  Allow user to override default by setting PWDCMD in
69 # the environment to account for automounters.  The make variable must not
70 # be called PWDCMD, otherwise the value set here is passed to make
71 # subprocesses and overrides the setting from the user's environment.
72 PWD = $${PWDCMD-pwd}
73
74 # INSTALL_PROGRAM_ARGS is changed by configure.in to use -x for a
75 # cygwin host.
76 INSTALL_PROGRAM_ARGS =
77
78 INSTALL = $(SHELL) $$s/install-sh -c
79 INSTALL_PROGRAM = $(INSTALL) $(INSTALL_PROGRAM_ARGS)
80 INSTALL_SCRIPT = $(INSTALL)
81 INSTALL_DATA = $(INSTALL) -m 644
82
83 INSTALL_DOSREL = install-dosrel-fake
84
85 AS = as
86 AR = ar
87 AR_FLAGS = rc
88 CC = cc
89
90 # Special variables passed down in EXTRA_GCC_FLAGS.  They are defined
91 # here so that they can be overridden by Makefile fragments.
92 HOST_CC = $(CC_FOR_BUILD)
93 BUILD_PREFIX = 
94 BUILD_PREFIX_1 = loser-
95
96 # These flag values are normally overridden by the configure script.
97 CFLAGS = -g
98 CXXFLAGS = -g -O2
99
100 LDFLAGS = 
101 LIBCFLAGS = $(CFLAGS)
102 CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD = $(CFLAGS)
103 # During gcc bootstrap, if we use some random cc for stage1 then
104 # CFLAGS will be just -g.  We want to ensure that TARGET libraries
105 # (which we know are built with gcc) are built with optimizations so
106 # prepend -O2 when setting CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET.
107 CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET = -O2 $(CFLAGS)
108 LDFLAGS_FOR_TARGET = 
109 LIBCFLAGS_FOR_TARGET = $(CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)
110 PICFLAG = 
111 PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET = 
112
113 CXX = c++
114
115 # Use -O2 to stress test the compiler.
116 LIBCXXFLAGS = $(CXXFLAGS) -fno-implicit-templates
117 CXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET = $(CXXFLAGS)
118 LIBCXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET = $(CXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET) -fno-implicit-templates
119
120 DLLTOOL = dlltool
121 WINDRES = windres
122
123 NM = nm
124
125 LD = ld
126
127 BZIPPROG = bzip2
128 MD5PROG = md5sum
129
130 # These values are substituted by configure.
131 DEFAULT_YACC = yacc
132 DEFAULT_LEX = lex
133 DEFAULT_M4 = m4
134
135 BISON = `if [ -f $$r/bison/bison ] ; then \
136             echo $$r/bison/bison -L $$s/bison/ ; \
137          else \
138             echo bison ; \
139          fi`
140
141 YACC = `if [ -f $$r/bison/bison ] ; then \
142             echo $$r/bison/bison -y -L $$s/bison/ ; \
143         elif [ -f $$r/byacc/byacc ] ; then \
144             echo $$r/byacc/byacc ; \
145         else \
146             echo ${DEFAULT_YACC} ; \
147         fi`
148
149 LEX = `if [ -f $$r/flex/flex ] ; \
150         then echo $$r/flex/flex ; \
151         else echo ${DEFAULT_LEX} ; fi`
152
153 M4 = `if [ -f $$r/m4/m4 ] ; \
154         then echo $$r/m4/m4 ; \
155         else echo ${DEFAULT_M4} ; fi`
156
157 # For an installed makeinfo, we require it to be from texinfo 4 or
158 # higher, else we use the "missing" dummy.
159 MAKEINFO = `if [ -f $$r/texinfo/makeinfo/makeinfo ] ; \
160         then echo $$r/texinfo/makeinfo/makeinfo ; \
161         else if (makeinfo --version \
162           | egrep 'texinfo[^0-9]*([1-3][0-9]|[4-9])') >/dev/null 2>&1; \
163         then echo makeinfo; else echo $$s/missing makeinfo; fi; fi`
164
165 # This just becomes part of the MAKEINFO definition passed down to
166 # sub-makes.  It lets flags be given on the command line while still
167 # using the makeinfo from the object tree.
168 MAKEINFOFLAGS =
169
170 EXPECT = `if [ -f $$r/expect/expect ] ; \
171         then echo $$r/expect/expect ; \
172         else echo expect ; fi`
173
174 RUNTEST = `if [ -f $$s/dejagnu/runtest ] ; \
175         then echo $$s/dejagnu/runtest ; \
176         else echo runtest ; fi`
177
178
179 # compilers to use to create programs which must be run in the build
180 # environment.
181 CC_FOR_BUILD = $(CC)
182 CXX_FOR_BUILD = $(CXX)
183
184 SUBDIRS = "this is set via configure, don't edit this"
185 OTHERS = 
186
187 # This is set by the configure script to the list of directories which
188 # should be built using the target tools.
189 TARGET_CONFIGDIRS = libiberty libgloss $(SPECIAL_LIBS) newlib winsup opcodes libf2c libobjc
190
191 # Target libraries are put under this directory:
192 # Changed by configure to $(target_alias) if cross.
193 TARGET_SUBDIR = .
194
195 BUILD_CONFIGDIRS = libiberty
196 BUILD_SUBDIR = .
197
198 # This is set by the configure script to the arguments to use when configuring
199 # directories built for the target.
200 TARGET_CONFIGARGS = 
201
202 # This is set by the configure script to the arguments to use when configuring
203 # directories built for the build system.
204 BUILD_CONFIGARGS =
205
206 # This is set by configure to REALLY_SET_LIB_PATH if --enable-shared
207 # was used.
208 SET_LIB_PATH =
209
210 # This is the name of the environment variable used for the path to
211 # the libraries.  This may be changed by configure.in.
212 RPATH_ENVVAR = LD_LIBRARY_PATH
213
214 # This is the list of directories that may be needed in RPATH_ENVVAR
215 # so that programs built for the host machine work.
216 HOST_LIB_PATH = $$r/bfd:$$r/opcodes
217
218 # This is the list of directories that may be needed in RPATH_ENVVAR
219 # so that prorgams built for the target machine work.
220 TARGET_LIB_PATH = $$r/$(TARGET_SUBDIR)/libstdc++-v3/src/.libs:
221
222 # configure.in sets SET_LIB_PATH to this if --enable-shared was used.
223 # Some platforms don't like blank entries, so we remove duplicate,
224 # leading and trailing colons.
225 REALLY_SET_LIB_PATH = \
226   $(RPATH_ENVVAR)=`echo "$(HOST_LIB_PATH):$(TARGET_LIB_PATH):$$$(RPATH_ENVVAR)" | sed 's,::*,:,g;s,^:*,,;s,:*$$,,'`; export $(RPATH_ENVVAR);
227
228 ALL = all.normal
229 INSTALL_TARGET = installdirs \
230         install-gcc \
231         $(INSTALL_MODULES) \
232         $(INSTALL_TARGET_MODULES) \
233         $(INSTALL_X11_MODULES) \
234         $(INSTALL_DOSREL)
235
236 INSTALL_TARGET_CROSS = installdirs \
237         install-gcc-cross \
238         $(INSTALL_MODULES) \
239         $(INSTALL_TARGET_MODULES) \
240         $(INSTALL_X11_MODULES) \
241         $(INSTALL_DOSREL)
242
243 # Should be substed by configure.in
244 FLAGS_FOR_TARGET =
245 CC_FOR_TARGET =
246 CXX_FOR_TARGET =
247 CXX_FOR_TARGET_FOR_RECURSIVE_MAKE =
248 GCJ_FOR_TARGET =
249
250 # If GCC_FOR_TARGET is not overriden on the command line, then this
251 # variable is passed down to the gcc Makefile, where it is used to
252 # build libgcc2.a.  We define it here so that it can itself be
253 # overridden on the command line.
254 GCC_FOR_TARGET = $(STAGE_CC_WRAPPER) $$r/gcc/xgcc -B$$r/gcc/ $(FLAGS_FOR_TARGET)
255
256 AS_FOR_TARGET = ` \
257   if [ -f $$r/gas/as-new ] ; then \
258     echo $$r/gas/as-new ; \
259   elif [ -f $$r/gcc/xgcc ]; then \
260     $(CC_FOR_TARGET) -print-prog-name=as ; \
261   else \
262     if [ '$(host_canonical)' = '$(target_canonical)' ] ; then \
263       echo $(AS); \
264     else \
265        t='$(program_transform_name)'; echo as | sed -e 's/x/x/' $$t ; \
266     fi; \
267   fi`
268
269 LD_FOR_TARGET = ` \
270   if [ -f $$r/ld/ld-new ] ; then \
271     echo $$r/ld/ld-new ; \
272   elif [ -f $$r/gcc/xgcc ]; then \
273     $(CC_FOR_TARGET) -print-prog-name=ld ; \
274   else \
275     if [ '$(host_canonical)' = '$(target_canonical)' ] ; then \
276       echo $(LD); \
277     else \
278        t='$(program_transform_name)'; echo ld | sed -e 's/x/x/' $$t ; \
279     fi; \
280   fi`
281
282 DLLTOOL_FOR_TARGET = ` \
283   if [ -f $$r/binutils/dlltool ] ; then \
284     echo $$r/binutils/dlltool ; \
285   else \
286     if [ '$(host_canonical)' = '$(target_canonical)' ] ; then \
287       echo $(DLLTOOL); \
288     else \
289        t='$(program_transform_name)'; echo dlltool | sed -e 's/x/x/' $$t ; \
290     fi; \
291   fi`
292
293 WINDRES_FOR_TARGET = ` \
294   if [ -f $$r/binutils/windres ] ; then \
295     echo $$r/binutils/windres ; \
296   else \
297     if [ '$(host_canonical)' = '$(target_canonical)' ] ; then \
298       echo $(WINDRES); \
299     else \
300        t='$(program_transform_name)'; echo windres | sed -e 's/x/x/' $$t ; \
301     fi; \
302   fi`
303
304 AR_FOR_TARGET = ` \
305   if [ -f $$r/binutils/ar ] ; then \
306     echo $$r/binutils/ar ; \
307   else \
308     if [ '$(host_canonical)' = '$(target_canonical)' ] ; then \
309       echo $(AR); \
310     else \
311        t='$(program_transform_name)'; echo ar | sed -e 's/x/x/' $$t ; \
312     fi; \
313   fi`
314
315 RANLIB_FOR_TARGET = ` \
316   if [ -f $$r/binutils/ranlib ] ; then \
317     echo $$r/binutils/ranlib ; \
318   else \
319     if [ '$(host_canonical)' = '$(target_canonical)' ] ; then \
320       if [ x'$(RANLIB)' != x ]; then \
321          echo $(RANLIB); \
322       else \
323          echo ranlib; \
324       fi; \
325     else \
326        t='$(program_transform_name)'; echo ranlib | sed -e 's/x/x/' $$t ; \
327     fi; \
328   fi`
329
330 NM_FOR_TARGET = ` \
331   if [ -f $$r/binutils/nm-new ] ; then \
332     echo $$r/binutils/nm-new ; \
333   elif [ -f $$r/gcc/xgcc ]; then \
334     $(CC_FOR_TARGET) -print-prog-name=nm ; \
335   else \
336     if [ '$(host_canonical)' = '$(target_canonical)' ] ; then \
337       echo $(NM); \
338     else \
339        t='$(program_transform_name)'; echo nm | sed -e 's/x/x/' $$t ; \
340     fi; \
341   fi`
342
343 # The first rule in the file had better be this one.  Don't put any above it.
344 # This lives here to allow makefile fragments to contain dependencies.
345 all: all.normal
346 .PHONY: all
347
348 # These can be overridden by config/mt-*.
349 # The _TARGET_ is because they're specified in mt-foo.
350 # The _HOST_ is because they're programs that run on the host.
351 EXTRA_TARGET_HOST_ALL_MODULES =
352 EXTRA_TARGET_HOST_INSTALL_MODULES =
353 EXTRA_TARGET_HOST_CHECK_MODULES =
354
355 #### host and target specific makefile fragments come in here.
356 ###
357
358 # Flags to pass down to all sub-makes.
359 # Please keep these in alphabetical order.
360 BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS = \
361         "AR_FLAGS=$(AR_FLAGS)" \
362         "AR_FOR_TARGET=$(AR_FOR_TARGET)" \
363         "AS_FOR_TARGET=$(AS_FOR_TARGET)" \
364         "BISON=$(BISON)" \
365         "CC_FOR_BUILD=$(CC_FOR_BUILD)" \
366         "CC_FOR_TARGET=$(CC_FOR_TARGET)" \
367         "CFLAGS=$(CFLAGS)" \
368         "CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET=$(CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)" \
369         "GCJ_FOR_TARGET=$(GCJ_FOR_TARGET)" \
370         "CXX_FOR_BUILD=$(CXX_FOR_BUILD)" \
371         "CXXFLAGS=$(CXXFLAGS)" \
372         "CXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET=$(CXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)" \
373         "CXX_FOR_TARGET=$(CXX_FOR_TARGET)" \
374         "DLLTOOL_FOR_TARGET=$(DLLTOOL_FOR_TARGET)" \
375         "INSTALL=$(INSTALL)" \
376         "INSTALL_DATA=$(INSTALL_DATA)" \
377         "INSTALL_PROGRAM=$(INSTALL_PROGRAM)" \
378         "INSTALL_SCRIPT=$(INSTALL_SCRIPT)" \
379         "LDFLAGS=$(LDFLAGS)" \
380         "LEX=$(LEX)" \
381         "LD_FOR_TARGET=$(LD_FOR_TARGET)" \
382         "LIBCFLAGS=$(LIBCFLAGS)" \
383         "LIBCFLAGS_FOR_TARGET=$(LIBCFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)" \
384         "LIBCXXFLAGS=$(LIBCXXFLAGS)" \
385         "LIBCXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET=$(LIBCXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)" \
386         "M4=$(M4)" \
387         "MAKE=$(MAKE)" \
388         "MAKEINFO=$(MAKEINFO) $(MAKEINFOFLAGS)" \
389         "NM_FOR_TARGET=$(NM_FOR_TARGET)" \
390         "RANLIB_FOR_TARGET=$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET)" \
391         "RPATH_ENVVAR=$(RPATH_ENVVAR)" \
392         "SHELL=$(SHELL)" \
393         "EXPECT=$(EXPECT)" \
394         "RUNTEST=$(RUNTEST)" \
395         "RUNTESTFLAGS=$(RUNTESTFLAGS)" \
396         "TARGET_SUBDIR=$(TARGET_SUBDIR)" \
397         "WINDRES_FOR_TARGET=$(WINDRES_FOR_TARGET)" \
398         "YACC=$(YACC)" \
399         "bindir=$(bindir)" \
400         "datadir=$(datadir)" \
401         "exec_prefix=$(exec_prefix)" \
402         "includedir=$(includedir)" \
403         "infodir=$(infodir)" \
404         "libdir=$(libdir)" \
405         "libexecdir=$(libexecdir)" \
406         "lispdir=$(lispdir)" \
407         "libstdcxx_incdir=$(libstdcxx_incdir)" \
408         "libsubdir=$(libsubdir)" \
409         "localstatedir=$(localstatedir)" \
410         "mandir=$(mandir)" \
411         "oldincludedir=$(oldincludedir)" \
412         "prefix=$(prefix)" \
413         "sbindir=$(sbindir)" \
414         "sharedstatedir=$(sharedstatedir)" \
415         "sysconfdir=$(sysconfdir)" \
416         "tooldir=$(tooldir)" \
417         "build_tooldir=$(build_tooldir)" \
418         "gxx_include_dir=$(gxx_include_dir)" \
419         "gcc_version=$(gcc_version)" \
420         "gcc_version_trigger=$(gcc_version_trigger)" \
421         "target_alias=$(target_alias)" 
422
423 # For any flags above that may contain shell code that varies from one
424 # target library to another.  When doing recursive invocations of the
425 # top-level Makefile, we don't want the outer make to evaluate them,
426 # so we pass these variables down unchanged.  They must not contain
427 # single nor double quotes.
428 RECURSE_FLAGS = \
429         CXX_FOR_TARGET='$(CXX_FOR_TARGET_FOR_RECURSIVE_MAKE)'
430
431 # Flags to pass down to most sub-makes, in which we're building with
432 # the host environment.
433 # If any variables are added here, they must be added to do-*, below.
434 EXTRA_HOST_FLAGS = \
435         'AR=$(AR)' \
436         'AS=$(AS)' \
437         'CC=$(CC)' \
438         'CXX=$(CXX)' \
439         'DLLTOOL=$(DLLTOOL)' \
440         'LD=$(LD)' \
441         'NM=$(NM)' \
442         "`echo 'RANLIB=$(RANLIB)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
443         'WINDRES=$(WINDRES)'
444
445 FLAGS_TO_PASS = $(BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(EXTRA_HOST_FLAGS)
446
447 # Flags that are concerned with the location of the X11 include files
448 # and library files
449 #
450 # NOTE: until the top-level is getting the values via autoconf, it only
451 # causes problems to have this top-level Makefile overriding the autoconf-set
452 # values in child directories.  Only variables that don't conflict with
453 # autoconf'ed ones should be passed by X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS for now.
454 #
455 X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS = \
456         'X11_EXTRA_CFLAGS=$(X11_EXTRA_CFLAGS)' \
457         'X11_EXTRA_LIBS=$(X11_EXTRA_LIBS)'
458
459 # Flags to pass down to makes which are built with the target environment.
460 # The double $ decreases the length of the command line; the variables
461 # are set in BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS, and the sub-make will expand them.
462 # If any variables are added here, they must be added to do-*, below.
463 EXTRA_TARGET_FLAGS = \
464         'AR=$$(AR_FOR_TARGET)' \
465         'AS=$$(AS_FOR_TARGET)' \
466         'CC=$$(CC_FOR_TARGET)' \
467         'CFLAGS=$$(CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)' \
468         'CXX=$$(CXX_FOR_TARGET)' \
469         'CXXFLAGS=$$(CXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)' \
470         'DLLTOOL=$$(DLLTOOL_FOR_TARGET)' \
471         'LD=$$(LD_FOR_TARGET)' \
472         'LIBCFLAGS=$$(LIBCFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)' \
473         'LIBCXXFLAGS=$$(LIBCXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)' \
474         'NM=$$(NM_FOR_TARGET)' \
475         'RANLIB=$$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET)' \
476         'WINDRES=$$(WINDRES_FOR_TARGET)'
477
478 TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS = $(BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(EXTRA_TARGET_FLAGS)
479
480 # Flags to pass down to gcc.  gcc builds a library, libgcc.a, so it
481 # unfortunately needs the native compiler and the target ar and
482 # ranlib.
483 # If any variables are added here, they must be added to do-*, below.
484 # The HOST_* variables are a special case, which are used for the gcc
485 # cross-building scheme.
486 EXTRA_GCC_FLAGS = \
487         'AR=$(AR)' \
488         'AS=$(AS)' \
489         'CC=$(CC)' \
490         'CXX=$(CXX)' \
491         'DLLTOOL=$$(DLLTOOL_FOR_TARGET)' \
492         'HOST_CC=$(CC_FOR_BUILD)' \
493         'BUILD_PREFIX=$(BUILD_PREFIX)' \
494         'BUILD_PREFIX_1=$(BUILD_PREFIX_1)' \
495         'NM=$(NM)' \
496         "`echo 'RANLIB=$(RANLIB)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
497         'WINDRES=$$(WINDRES_FOR_TARGET)' \
498         "GCC_FOR_TARGET=$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)" \
499         "CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD=$(CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD)" \
500         "`echo 'LANGUAGES=$(LANGUAGES)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
501         "`echo 'STMP_FIXPROTO=$(STMP_FIXPROTO)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
502         "`echo 'LIMITS_H_TEST=$(LIMITS_H_TEST)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
503         "`echo 'LIBGCC2_CFLAGS=$(LIBGCC2_CFLAGS)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
504         "`echo 'LIBGCC2_DEBUG_CFLAGS=$(LIBGCC2_DEBUG_CFLAGS)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
505         "`echo 'LIBGCC2_INCLUDES=$(LIBGCC2_INCLUDES)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
506         "`echo 'ENQUIRE=$(ENQUIRE)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
507         "`echo 'STAGE1_CFLAGS=$(STAGE1_CFLAGS)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`" \
508         "`echo 'BOOT_CFLAGS=$(BOOT_CFLAGS)' | sed -e s/.*=$$/XFOO=/`"
509
510 GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS = $(BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(EXTRA_GCC_FLAGS)
511
512 # This is a list of the targets for all of the modules which are compiled
513 # using the build machine's native compiler.  Configure edits the second
514 # macro for build!=host builds.
515 ALL_BUILD_MODULES_LIST = \
516         all-build-libiberty
517 ALL_BUILD_MODULES = 
518
519 # This is a list of the configure targets for all of the modules which
520 # are compiled using the native tools.
521 CONFIGURE_BUILD_MODULES = \
522         configure-build-libiberty
523
524 # This is a list of the targets for all of the modules which are compiled
525 # using $(FLAGS_TO_PASS).
526 ALL_MODULES = \
527         all-ash \
528         all-autoconf \
529         all-automake \
530         all-bash \
531         all-bfd \
532         all-binutils \
533         all-bison \
534         all-byacc \
535         all-bzip2 \
536         all-db \
537         all-dejagnu \
538         all-diff \
539         all-dosutils \
540         all-etc \
541         all-fastjar \
542         all-fileutils \
543         all-findutils \
544         all-find \
545         all-flex \
546         all-gas \
547         all-gawk \
548         all-gettext \
549         all-gnuserv \
550         all-gprof \
551         all-grep \
552         all-gzip \
553         all-hello \
554         all-indent \
555         all-intl \
556         all-itcl \
557         all-ld \
558         all-libgui \
559         all-libiberty \
560         all-libtool \
561         all-m4 \
562         all-make \
563         all-mmalloc \
564         all-opcodes \
565         all-patch \
566         all-perl \
567         all-prms \
568         all-rcs \
569         all-readline \
570         all-release \
571         all-recode \
572         all-sed \
573         all-send-pr \
574         all-shellutils \
575         all-sid \
576         all-sim \
577         all-snavigator \
578         all-tar \
579         all-tcl \
580         all-texinfo \
581         all-textutils \
582         all-time \
583         all-uudecode \
584         all-wdiff \
585         all-zip \
586         all-zlib \
587         $(EXTRA_TARGET_HOST_ALL_MODULES)
588
589 # This is a list of the check targets for all of the modules which are
590 # compiled using $(FLAGS_TO_PASS).
591 #
592 # The list is in two parts.  The first lists those tools which
593 # are tested as part of the host's native tool-chain, and not
594 # tested in a cross configuration.
595 NATIVE_CHECK_MODULES = \
596         check-bison \
597         check-byacc \
598         check-fastjar \
599         check-flex \
600         check-zip
601
602 CROSS_CHECK_MODULES = \
603         check-ash \
604         check-autoconf \
605         check-automake \
606         check-bash \
607         check-bfd \
608         check-binutils \
609         check-bzip2 \
610         check-db \
611         check-dejagnu \
612         check-diff \
613         check-etc \
614         check-fileutils \
615         check-findutils \
616         check-find \
617         check-gas \
618         check-gawk \
619         check-gettext \
620         check-gnuserv \
621         check-gprof \
622         check-grep \
623         check-gzip \
624         check-hello \
625         check-indent \
626         check-intl \
627         check-itcl \
628         check-ld \
629         check-libgui \
630         check-libiberty \
631         check-libtool \
632         check-m4 \
633         check-make \
634         check-mmcheckoc \
635         check-opcodes \
636         check-patch \
637         check-perl \
638         check-prms \
639         check-rcs \
640         check-readline \
641         check-recode \
642         check-sed \
643         check-send-pr \
644         check-shellutils \
645         check-snavigator \
646         check-sid \
647         check-sim \
648         check-tar \
649         check-tcl \
650         check-texinfo \
651         check-textutils \
652         check-time \
653         check-uudecode \
654         check-wdiff \
655         $(EXTRA_TARGET_HOST_CHECK_MODULES)
656
657 CHECK_MODULES=$(NATIVE_CHECK_MODULES) $(CROSS_CHECK_MODULES)
658
659 # This is a list of the install targets for all of the modules which are
660 # compiled using $(FLAGS_TO_PASS).
661 # We put install-opcodes before install-binutils because the installed
662 # binutils might be on PATH, and they might need the shared opcodes
663 # library.
664 # We put install-tcl before install-itcl because itcl wants to run a
665 # program on installation which uses the Tcl libraries.
666 INSTALL_MODULES = \
667         install-ash \
668         install-autoconf \
669         install-automake \
670         install-bash \
671         install-bfd \
672         install-bzip2 \
673         install-opcodes \
674         install-binutils \
675         install-bison \
676         install-byacc \
677         install-db \
678         install-dejagnu \
679         install-diff \
680         install-dosutils \
681         install-etc \
682         install-fastjar \
683         install-fileutils \
684         install-findutils \
685         install-find \
686         install-flex \
687         install-gas \
688         install-gawk \
689         install-gettext \
690         install-gnuserv \
691         install-gprof \
692         install-grep \
693         install-gzip \
694         install-hello \
695         install-indent \
696         install-intl \
697         install-tcl \
698         install-itcl \
699         install-ld \
700         install-libgui \
701         install-libiberty \
702         install-libtool \
703         install-m4 \
704         install-make \
705         install-mmalloc \
706         install-patch \
707         install-perl \
708         install-prms \
709         install-rcs \
710         install-readline \
711         install-recode \
712         install-sed \
713         install-send-pr \
714         install-shellutils \
715         install-sid \
716         install-sim \
717         install-snavigator \
718         install-tar \
719         install-textutils \
720         install-time \
721         install-uudecode \
722         install-wdiff \
723         install-zip \
724         $(EXTRA_TARGET_HOST_INSTALL_MODULES)
725
726 # This is a list of the targets for all of the modules which are compiled
727 # using $(X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS).
728 ALL_X11_MODULES = \
729         all-gdb \
730         all-expect \
731         all-guile \
732         all-tclX \
733         all-tk \
734         all-tix
735
736 # This is a list of the check targets for all of the modules which are
737 # compiled using $(X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS).
738 CHECK_X11_MODULES = \
739         check-gdb \
740         check-guile \
741         check-expect \
742         check-tclX \
743         check-tk \
744         check-tix
745
746 # This is a list of the install targets for all the modules which are
747 # compiled using $(X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS).
748 INSTALL_X11_MODULES = \
749         install-gdb \
750         install-guile \
751         install-expect \
752         install-tclX \
753         install-tk \
754         install-tix
755
756 # This is a list of the targets for all of the modules which are compiled
757 # using $(TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS).
758 ALL_TARGET_MODULES = \
759         all-target-libstdc++-v3 \
760         all-target-newlib \
761         all-target-libf2c \
762         all-target-libobjc \
763         all-target-libtermcap \
764         all-target-winsup \
765         all-target-libgloss \
766         all-target-libiberty \
767         all-target-gperf \
768         all-target-examples \
769         all-target-libffi \
770         all-target-libjava \
771         all-target-zlib \
772         all-target-boehm-gc \
773         all-target-qthreads
774
775 # This is a list of the configure targets for all of the modules which
776 # are compiled using the target tools.
777 CONFIGURE_TARGET_MODULES = \
778         configure-target-libstdc++-v3 \
779         configure-target-newlib \
780         configure-target-libf2c \
781         configure-target-libobjc \
782         configure-target-libtermcap \
783         configure-target-winsup \
784         configure-target-libgloss \
785         configure-target-libiberty \
786         configure-target-gperf \
787         configure-target-examples \
788         configure-target-libffi \
789         configure-target-libjava \
790         configure-target-zlib \
791         configure-target-boehm-gc \
792         configure-target-qthreads
793
794 # This is a list of the check targets for all of the modules which are
795 # compiled using $(TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS).
796 CHECK_TARGET_MODULES = \
797         check-target-libstdc++-v3 \
798         check-target-newlib \
799         check-target-libf2c \
800         check-target-libobjc \
801         check-target-winsup \
802         check-target-libiberty \
803         check-target-libffi \
804         check-target-libjava \
805         check-target-zlib \
806         check-target-boehm-gc \
807         check-target-qthreads \
808         check-target-gperf
809
810 # This is a list of the install targets for all of the modules which are
811 # compiled using $(TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS).
812 INSTALL_TARGET_MODULES = \
813         install-target-libstdc++-v3 \
814         install-target-newlib \
815         install-target-libf2c \
816         install-target-libobjc \
817         install-target-libtermcap \
818         install-target-winsup \
819         install-target-libgloss \
820         install-target-libiberty \
821         install-target-libjava \
822         install-target-zlib \
823         install-target-boehm-gc \
824         install-target-qthreads \
825         install-target-gperf
826
827 # This is a list of the targets for which we can do a clean-{target}.
828 CLEAN_MODULES = \
829         clean-ash \
830         clean-autoconf \
831         clean-automake \
832         clean-bash \
833         clean-bfd \
834         clean-binutils \
835         clean-bison \
836         clean-byacc \
837         clean-bzip2 \
838         clean-db \
839         clean-dejagnu \
840         clean-diff \
841         clean-dosutils \
842         clean-etc \
843         clean-fastjar \
844         clean-fileutils \
845         clean-findutils \
846         clean-find \
847         clean-flex \
848         clean-gas \
849         clean-gawk \
850         clean-gettext \
851         clean-gnuserv \
852         clean-gprof \
853         clean-grep \
854         clean-gzip \
855         clean-hello \
856         clean-indent \
857         clean-intl \
858         clean-itcl \
859         clean-ld \
860         clean-libgui \
861         clean-libiberty \
862         clean-libtool \
863         clean-m4 \
864         clean-make \
865         clean-mmalloc \
866         clean-opcodes \
867         clean-patch \
868         clean-perl \
869         clean-prms \
870         clean-rcs \
871         clean-readline \
872         clean-release \
873         clean-recode \
874         clean-sed \
875         clean-send-pr \
876         clean-shellutils \
877         clean-sid \
878         clean-sim \
879         clean-snavigator \
880         clean-tar \
881         clean-tcl \
882         clean-texinfo \
883         clean-textutils \
884         clean-time \
885         clean-uudecode \
886         clean-wdiff \
887         clean-zip \
888         clean-zlib
889
890 # All of the target modules that can be cleaned
891 CLEAN_TARGET_MODULES = \
892         clean-target-libstdc++-v3 \
893         clean-target-newlib \
894         clean-target-libf2c \
895         clean-target-libobjc \
896         clean-target-winsup \
897         clean-target-libgloss \
898         clean-target-libiberty \
899         clean-target-gperf \
900         clean-target-examples \
901         clean-target-libffi \
902         clean-target-libjava \
903         clean-target-zlib \
904         clean-target-boehm-gc \
905         clean-target-qthreads
906
907 # All of the x11 modules that can be cleaned
908 CLEAN_X11_MODULES = \
909         clean-gdb \
910         clean-expect \
911         clean-guile \
912         clean-tclX \
913         clean-tk \
914         clean-tix
915
916 # The target built for a native build.
917 .PHONY: all.normal
918 all.normal: \
919         $(ALL_BUILD_MODULES) \
920         $(ALL_MODULES) \
921         $(ALL_X11_MODULES) \
922         $(ALL_TARGET_MODULES) \
923         all-gcc
924
925 # Do a target for all the subdirectories.  A ``make do-X'' will do a
926 # ``make X'' in all subdirectories (because, in general, there is a
927 # dependency (below) of X upon do-X, a ``make X'' will also do this,
928 # but it may do additional work as well).
929 # This target ensures that $(BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS) appears only once,
930 # because it is so large that it can easily overflow the command line
931 # length limit on some systems.
932 DO_X = \
933         do-clean \
934         do-distclean \
935         do-dvi \
936         do-info \
937         do-install-info \
938         do-installcheck \
939         do-mostlyclean \
940         do-maintainer-clean \
941         do-TAGS
942 .PHONY: $(DO_X)
943 $(DO_X):
944         @target=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/^do-//'`; \
945         r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
946         s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
947         $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
948         for i in $(SUBDIRS) -dummy-; do \
949           if [ -f ./$$i/Makefile ]; then \
950             case $$i in \
951             gcc) \
952               for flag in $(EXTRA_GCC_FLAGS); do \
953                 eval `echo "$$flag" | sed -e "s|^\([^=]*\)=\(.*\)|\1='\2'; export \1|"`; \
954               done; \
955               ;; \
956             *) \
957               for flag in $(EXTRA_HOST_FLAGS); do \
958                 eval `echo "$$flag" | sed -e "s|^\([^=]*\)=\(.*\)|\1='\2'; export \1|"`; \
959               done; \
960               ;; \
961             esac ; \
962             if (cd ./$$i; \
963                 $(MAKE) $(BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS) "AR=$${AR}" "AS=$${AS}" \
964                         "CC=$${CC}" "CXX=$${CXX}" "LD=$${LD}" "NM=$${NM}" \
965                         "`echo \"RANLIB=$${RANLIB}\" | sed -e 's/.*=$$/XFOO=/'`" \
966                         "DLLTOOL=$${DLLTOOL}" "WINDRES=$${WINDRES}" \
967                         $${target}); \
968             then true; else exit 1; fi; \
969           else true; fi; \
970         done
971         @target=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/^do-//'`; \
972         r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
973         s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
974         $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
975         for i in $(TARGET_CONFIGDIRS) -dummy-; do \
976           if [ -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$$i/Makefile ]; then \
977             for flag in $(EXTRA_TARGET_FLAGS); do \
978                 eval `echo "$$flag" | sed -e "s|^\([^=]*\)=\(.*\)|\1='\2'; export \1|"`; \
979             done; \
980             if (cd $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$$i; \
981                 $(MAKE) $(BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS) "AR=$${AR}" "AS=$${AS}" \
982                         "CC=$${CC}" "CXX=$${CXX}" "LD=$${LD}" "NM=$${NM}" \
983                         "`echo \"RANLIB=$${RANLIB}\" | sed -e 's/.*=$$/XFOO=/'`" \
984                         "DLLTOOL=$${DLLTOOL}" "WINDRES=$${WINDRES}" \
985                         $${target}); \
986             then true; else exit 1; fi; \
987           else true; fi; \
988         done
989
990 # Here are the targets which correspond to the do-X targets.
991
992 .PHONY: info installcheck dvi install-info
993 .PHONY: clean distclean mostlyclean maintainer-clean realclean
994 .PHONY: local-clean local-distclean local-maintainer-clean
995 info: do-info
996 installcheck: do-installcheck
997 dvi: do-dvi
998
999 # Make sure makeinfo is built before we do a `make info'.
1000 do-info: all-texinfo
1001
1002 install-info: do-install-info dir.info
1003         s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1004         if [ -f dir.info ] ; then \
1005           $(INSTALL_DATA) dir.info $(infodir)/dir.info ; \
1006         else true ; fi
1007
1008 local-clean:
1009         -rm -f *.a TEMP errs core *.o *~ \#* TAGS *.E *.log
1010
1011 local-distclean:
1012         -rm -f Makefile config.status config.cache mh-frag mt-frag
1013         -if [ "$(TARGET_SUBDIR)" != "." ]; then \
1014           rm -rf $(TARGET_SUBDIR); \
1015         else true; fi
1016         -rm -f texinfo/po/Makefile texinfo/po/Makefile.in texinfo/info/Makefile
1017         -rm -f texinfo/doc/Makefile texinfo/po/POTFILES
1018         -rmdir texinfo/doc texinfo/info texinfo/intl texinfo/lib 2>/dev/null
1019         -rmdir texinfo/makeinfo texinfo/po texinfo/util 2>/dev/null
1020         -rmdir fastjar gcc libiberty texinfo zlib 2>/dev/null
1021
1022 local-maintainer-clean:
1023         @echo "This command is intended for maintainers to use;"
1024         @echo "it deletes files that may require special tools to rebuild."
1025
1026 clean: do-clean local-clean
1027 mostlyclean: do-mostlyclean local-clean
1028 distclean: do-distclean local-clean local-distclean
1029 maintainer-clean: local-maintainer-clean do-maintainer-clean local-clean 
1030 maintainer-clean: local-distclean
1031 realclean: maintainer-clean
1032
1033 # This rule is used to clean specific modules.
1034 .PHONY: $(CLEAN_MODULES) $(CLEAN_X11_MODULES) clean-gcc
1035 $(CLEAN_MODULES) $(CLEAN_X11_MODULES) clean-gcc:
1036         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/clean-//'`; \
1037         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1038           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1039           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1040           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1041           (cd $${dir}; $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) clean); \
1042         else \
1043           true; \
1044         fi
1045
1046 .PHONY: $(CLEAN_TARGET_MODULES)
1047 $(CLEAN_TARGET_MODULES):
1048         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/clean-target-//'`; \
1049         rm -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/multilib.out $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/tmpmulti.out; \
1050         if [ -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1051           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1052           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1053           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1054           (cd $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}; $(MAKE) $(TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS) clean); \
1055         else \
1056           true; \
1057         fi
1058
1059 clean-target: $(CLEAN_TARGET_MODULES) clean-target-libgcc
1060 clean-target-libgcc:
1061         test ! -d gcc/libgcc || \
1062         (cd gcc/libgcc && find . -type d -print) | \
1063         while read d; do rm -f gcc/$$d/libgcc.a || : ; done
1064         -rm -rf gcc/libgcc
1065
1066 # Check target.
1067
1068 .PHONY: check do-check
1069 check:
1070         $(MAKE) do-check NOTPARALLEL=parallel-ok
1071
1072 do-check: $(CHECK_MODULES) \
1073         $(CHECK_TARGET_MODULES) \
1074         $(CHECK_X11_MODULES) \
1075         check-gcc
1076
1077 # Automated reporting of test results.
1078
1079 warning.log: build.log
1080         $(srcdir)/contrib/warn_summary build.log > $@
1081
1082 mail-report.log:
1083         if test x'$(BOOT_CFLAGS)' != x''; then \
1084             BOOT_CFLAGS='$(BOOT_CFLAGS)'; export BOOT_CFLAGS; \
1085         fi; \
1086         $(srcdir)/contrib/test_summary -t >$@
1087         chmod +x $@
1088         echo If you really want to send e-mail, run ./$@ now
1089
1090 mail-report-with-warnings.log: warning.log
1091         if test x'$(BOOT_CFLAGS)' != x''; then \
1092             BOOT_CFLAGS='$(BOOT_CFLAGS)'; export BOOT_CFLAGS; \
1093         fi; \
1094         $(srcdir)/contrib/test_summary -t -i warning.log >$@
1095         chmod +x $@
1096         echo If you really want to send e-mail, run ./$@ now
1097
1098 # Installation targets.
1099
1100 .PHONY: install install-cross uninstall source-vault binary-vault vault-install
1101 install: $(INSTALL_TARGET) 
1102 install-cross: $(INSTALL_TARGET_CROSS) 
1103
1104 uninstall:
1105         @echo "the uninstall target is not supported in this tree"
1106
1107 source-vault:
1108         $(MAKE) -f ./release/Build-A-Release \
1109                 host=$(host_alias) source-vault
1110
1111 binary-vault:
1112         $(MAKE) -f ./release/Build-A-Release \
1113                 host=$(host_alias) target=$(target_alias)
1114
1115 vault-install:
1116         @if [ -f ./release/vault-install ] ; then \
1117           ./release/vault-install $(host_alias) $(target_alias) ; \
1118         else \
1119           true ; \
1120         fi
1121
1122 .PHONY: install.all
1123 install.all: install-no-fixedincludes
1124         @if [ -f ./gcc/Makefile ] ; then \
1125                 r=`${PWD}` ; export r ; \
1126                 $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1127                 (cd ./gcc; \
1128                 $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) install-headers) ; \
1129         else \
1130                 true ; \
1131         fi
1132
1133 # install-no-fixedincludes is used because Cygnus can not distribute
1134 # the fixed header files.
1135 .PHONY: install-no-fixedincludes
1136 install-no-fixedincludes: \
1137         installdirs \
1138         $(INSTALL_MODULES) \
1139         $(INSTALL_TARGET_MODULES) \
1140         $(INSTALL_X11_MODULES) \
1141         gcc-no-fixedincludes 
1142
1143 # Install the gcc headers files, but not the fixed include files,
1144 # which Cygnus is not allowed to distribute.  This rule is very
1145 # dependent on the workings of the gcc Makefile.in.
1146 .PHONY: gcc-no-fixedincludes
1147 gcc-no-fixedincludes:
1148         @if [ -f ./gcc/Makefile ]; then \
1149           rm -rf gcc/tmp-include; \
1150           mv gcc/include gcc/tmp-include 2>/dev/null; \
1151           mkdir gcc/include; \
1152           cp $(srcdir)/gcc/gsyslimits.h gcc/include/syslimits.h; \
1153           touch gcc/stmp-fixinc gcc/include/fixed; \
1154           rm -f gcc/stmp-headers gcc/stmp-int-hdrs; \
1155           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1156           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}` ; export s; \
1157           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1158           (cd ./gcc; \
1159            $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) install); \
1160           rm -rf gcc/include; \
1161           mv gcc/tmp-include gcc/include 2>/dev/null; \
1162         else true; fi
1163
1164 # This rule is used to build the modules which are built with the
1165 # build machine's native compiler.
1166 .PHONY: $(ALL_BUILD_MODULES)
1167 $(ALL_BUILD_MODULES):
1168         dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/all-build-//'`; \
1169         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1170           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1171           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1172           (cd $(BUILD_SUBDIR)/$${dir} && $(MAKE) all); \
1173         else \
1174           true; \
1175         fi
1176
1177 # This rule is used to configure the modules which are built with the
1178 # native tools.
1179 .PHONY: $(CONFIGURE_BUILD_MODULES)
1180 $(CONFIGURE_BUILD_MODULES):
1181         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/configure-build-//'`; \
1182         if [ ! -d $(BUILD_SUBDIR) ]; then \
1183           true; \
1184         elif [ -f $(BUILD_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1185           true; \
1186         elif echo " $(BUILD_CONFIGDIRS) " | grep " $${dir} " >/dev/null 2>&1; then \
1187           if [ -d $(srcdir)/$${dir} ]; then \
1188             [ -d $(BUILD_SUBDIR)/$${dir} ] || mkdir $(BUILD_SUBDIR)/$${dir};\
1189             r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1190             s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1191             AR="$(AR_FOR_BUILD)"; export AR; \
1192             AS="$(AS_FOR_BUILD)"; export AS; \
1193             CC="$(CC_FOR_BUILD)"; export CC; \
1194             CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD)"; export CFLAGS; \
1195             CXX="$(CXX_FOR_BUILD)"; export CXX; \
1196             CXXFLAGS="$(CXXFLAGS_FOR_BUILD)"; export CXXFLAGS; \
1197             GCJ="$(GCJ_FOR_BUILD)"; export GCJ; \
1198             DLLTOOL="$(DLLTOOL_FOR_BUILD)"; export DLLTOOL; \
1199             LD="$(LD_FOR_BUILD)"; export LD; \
1200             LDFLAGS="$(LDFLAGS_FOR_BUILD)"; export LDFLAGS; \
1201             NM="$(NM_FOR_BUILD)"; export NM; \
1202             RANLIB="$(RANLIB_FOR_BUILD)"; export RANLIB; \
1203             WINDRES="$(WINDRES_FOR_BUILD)"; export WINDRES; \
1204             echo Configuring in $(BUILD_SUBDIR)/$${dir}; \
1205             cd "$(BUILD_SUBDIR)/$${dir}" || exit 1; \
1206             case $(srcdir) in \
1207             /* | [A-Za-z]:[\\/]*) \
1208               topdir=$(srcdir) ;; \
1209             *) \
1210               case "$(BUILD_SUBDIR)" in \
1211               .) topdir="../$(srcdir)" ;; \
1212               *) topdir="../../$(srcdir)" ;; \
1213               esac ;; \
1214             esac; \
1215             if [ "$(srcdir)" = "." ] ; then \
1216               if [ "$(BUILD_SUBDIR)" != "." ] ; then \
1217                 if $(SHELL) $$s/symlink-tree $${topdir}/$${dir} "no-such-file" ; then \
1218                   if [ -f Makefile ]; then \
1219                     if $(MAKE) distclean; then \
1220                       true; \
1221                     else \
1222                       exit 1; \
1223                     fi; \
1224                   else \
1225                     true; \
1226                   fi; \
1227                 else \
1228                   exit 1; \
1229                 fi; \
1230               else \
1231                 true; \
1232               fi; \
1233               srcdiroption="--srcdir=."; \
1234               libsrcdir="."; \
1235             else \
1236               srcdiroption="--srcdir=$${topdir}/$${dir}"; \
1237               libsrcdir="$$s/$${dir}"; \
1238             fi; \
1239             if [ -f $${libsrcdir}/configure ] ; then \
1240               rm -f no-such-file skip-this-dir; \
1241               CONFIG_SITE=no-such-file $(SHELL) $${libsrcdir}/configure \
1242                 $(BUILD_CONFIGARGS) $${srcdiroption} \
1243                 --with-build-subdir="$(BUILD_SUBDIR)"; \
1244             else \
1245               rm -f no-such-file skip-this-dir; \
1246               CONFIG_SITE=no-such-file $(SHELL) $$s/configure \
1247                 $(BUILD_CONFIGARGS) $${srcdiroption} \
1248                 --with-build-subdir="$(BUILD_SUBDIR)"; \
1249             fi || exit 1; \
1250             if [ -f skip-this-dir ] ; then \
1251               sh skip-this-dir; \
1252               rm -f skip-this-dir; \
1253               cd ..; rmdir $${dir} || true; \
1254             else \
1255               true; \
1256             fi; \
1257           else \
1258             true; \
1259           fi; \
1260         else \
1261           true; \
1262         fi
1263
1264 # This rule is used to build the modules which use FLAGS_TO_PASS.  To
1265 # build a target all-X means to cd to X and make all.
1266 #
1267 # all-gui, and all-libproc are handled specially because
1268 # they are still experimental, and if they fail to build, that
1269 # shouldn't stop "make all".
1270 .PHONY: $(ALL_MODULES) all-gui all-libproc
1271 $(ALL_MODULES) all-gui all-libproc:
1272         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/all-//'`; \
1273         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1274           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1275           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1276           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1277           (cd $${dir}; $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) all); \
1278         else \
1279           true; \
1280         fi
1281
1282 # These rules are used to check the modules which use FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1283 # To build a target check-X means to cd to X and make check.  Some
1284 # modules are only tested in a native toolchain.
1285
1286 .PHONY: $(CHECK_MODULES) $(NATIVE_CHECK_MODULES) $(CROSS_CHECK_MODULES)
1287 $(NATIVE_CHECK_MODULES):
1288         @if [ '$(host_canonical)' = '$(target_canonical)' ] ; then \
1289           dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/check-//'`; \
1290           if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1291             r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1292             s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1293             $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1294             (cd $${dir}; $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) check); \
1295           else \
1296             true; \
1297           fi; \
1298         fi
1299
1300 $(CROSS_CHECK_MODULES):
1301         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/check-//'`; \
1302         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1303           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1304           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1305           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1306           (cd $${dir}; $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) check); \
1307         else \
1308           true; \
1309         fi
1310
1311 # This rule is used to install the modules which use FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1312 # To build a target install-X means to cd to X and make install.
1313 .PHONY: $(INSTALL_MODULES)
1314 $(INSTALL_MODULES): installdirs
1315         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/install-//'`; \
1316         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1317           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1318           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1319           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1320           (cd $${dir}; $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) install); \
1321         else \
1322           true; \
1323         fi
1324
1325 # This rule is used to configure the modules which are built with the
1326 # target tools.
1327 .PHONY: $(CONFIGURE_TARGET_MODULES)
1328 $(CONFIGURE_TARGET_MODULES):
1329         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/configure-target-//'`; \
1330         if [ -d $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir} ]; then \
1331           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1332           $(CC_FOR_TARGET) --print-multi-lib > $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/tmpmulti.out 2> /dev/null; \
1333           if [ -s $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/tmpmulti.out ]; then \
1334             if [ -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/multilib.out ]; then \
1335               if cmp $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/multilib.out $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/tmpmulti.out > /dev/null; then \
1336                 rm -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/tmpmulti.out; \
1337               else \
1338                 echo "Multilibs changed for $${dir}, reconfiguring"; \
1339                 rm -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/multilib.out $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/Makefile; \
1340                 mv $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/tmpmulti.out $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/multilib.out; \
1341               fi; \
1342             else \
1343               mv $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/tmpmulti.out $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/multilib.out; \
1344             fi; \
1345           fi; \
1346         fi; exit 0      # break command into two pieces
1347         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/configure-target-//'`; \
1348         if [ ! -d $(TARGET_SUBDIR) ]; then \
1349           true; \
1350         elif [ -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1351           true; \
1352         elif echo " $(TARGET_CONFIGDIRS) " | grep " $${dir} " >/dev/null 2>&1; then \
1353           if [ -d $(srcdir)/$${dir} ]; then \
1354             [ -d $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir} ] || mkdir $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir};\
1355             r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1356             s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1357             $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1358             AR="$(AR_FOR_TARGET)"; export AR; \
1359             AS="$(AS_FOR_TARGET)"; export AS; \
1360             CC="$(CC_FOR_TARGET)"; export CC; \
1361             CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)"; export CFLAGS; \
1362             CXX="$(CXX_FOR_TARGET)"; export CXX; \
1363             CXXFLAGS="$(CXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)"; export CXXFLAGS; \
1364             GCJ="$(GCJ_FOR_TARGET)"; export GCJ; \
1365             DLLTOOL="$(DLLTOOL_FOR_TARGET)"; export DLLTOOL; \
1366             LD="$(LD_FOR_TARGET)"; export LD; \
1367             LDFLAGS="$(LDFLAGS_FOR_TARGET)"; export LDFLAGS; \
1368             NM="$(NM_FOR_TARGET)"; export NM; \
1369             RANLIB="$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET)"; export RANLIB; \
1370             WINDRES="$(WINDRES_FOR_TARGET)"; export WINDRES; \
1371             echo Configuring in $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}; \
1372             cd "$(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}" || exit 1; \
1373             case $(srcdir) in \
1374             /* | [A-Za-z]:[\\/]*) \
1375               topdir=$(srcdir) ;; \
1376             *) \
1377               case "$(TARGET_SUBDIR)" in \
1378               .) topdir="../$(srcdir)" ;; \
1379               *) topdir="../../$(srcdir)" ;; \
1380               esac ;; \
1381             esac; \
1382             if [ "$(srcdir)" = "." ] ; then \
1383               if [ "$(TARGET_SUBDIR)" != "." ] ; then \
1384                 if $(SHELL) $$s/symlink-tree $${topdir}/$${dir} "no-such-file" ; then \
1385                   if [ -f Makefile ]; then \
1386                     if $(MAKE) distclean; then \
1387                       true; \
1388                     else \
1389                       exit 1; \
1390                     fi; \
1391                   else \
1392                     true; \
1393                   fi; \
1394                 else \
1395                   exit 1; \
1396                 fi; \
1397               else \
1398                 true; \
1399               fi; \
1400               srcdiroption="--srcdir=."; \
1401               libsrcdir="."; \
1402             else \
1403               srcdiroption="--srcdir=$${topdir}/$${dir}"; \
1404               libsrcdir="$$s/$${dir}"; \
1405             fi; \
1406             if [ -f $${libsrcdir}/configure ] ; then \
1407               rm -f no-such-file skip-this-dir; \
1408               CONFIG_SITE=no-such-file $(SHELL) $${libsrcdir}/configure \
1409                 $(TARGET_CONFIGARGS) $${srcdiroption} \
1410                 --with-target-subdir="$(TARGET_SUBDIR)"; \
1411             else \
1412               rm -f no-such-file skip-this-dir; \
1413               CONFIG_SITE=no-such-file $(SHELL) $$s/configure \
1414                 $(TARGET_CONFIGARGS) $${srcdiroption} \
1415                 --with-target-subdir="$(TARGET_SUBDIR)"; \
1416             fi || exit 1; \
1417             if [ -f skip-this-dir ] ; then \
1418               sh skip-this-dir; \
1419               rm -f skip-this-dir; \
1420               cd ..; rmdir $${dir} || true; \
1421             else \
1422               true; \
1423             fi; \
1424           else \
1425             true; \
1426           fi; \
1427         else \
1428           true; \
1429         fi
1430
1431 # This rule is used to build the modules which use TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1432 # To build a target all-X means to cd to X and make all.
1433 .PHONY: $(ALL_TARGET_MODULES)
1434 $(ALL_TARGET_MODULES):
1435         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/all-target-//'`; \
1436         if [ -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1437           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1438           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1439           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1440           (cd $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}; \
1441             $(MAKE) $(TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS) all); \
1442         else \
1443           true; \
1444         fi
1445
1446 # This rule is used to check the modules which use TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1447 # To build a target install-X means to cd to X and make install.
1448 .PHONY: $(CHECK_TARGET_MODULES)
1449 $(CHECK_TARGET_MODULES):
1450         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/check-target-//'`; \
1451         if [ -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1452           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1453           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1454           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1455           (cd $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}; \
1456             $(MAKE) $(TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS) check);\
1457         else \
1458           true; \
1459         fi
1460
1461 # This rule is used to install the modules which use
1462 # TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS.  To build a target install-X means to cd to X
1463 # and make install.
1464 .PHONY: $(INSTALL_TARGET_MODULES)
1465 $(INSTALL_TARGET_MODULES): installdirs
1466         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/install-target-//'`; \
1467         if [ -f $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1468           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1469           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1470           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1471           (cd $(TARGET_SUBDIR)/$${dir}; \
1472             $(MAKE) $(TARGET_FLAGS_TO_PASS) install); \
1473         else \
1474           true; \
1475         fi
1476
1477 # This rule is used to build the modules which use X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1478 # To build a target all-X means to cd to X and make all.
1479 .PHONY: $(ALL_X11_MODULES)
1480 $(ALL_X11_MODULES):
1481         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/all-//'`; \
1482         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1483           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1484           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1485           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1486           (cd $${dir}; \
1487            $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS) all); \
1488         else \
1489           true; \
1490         fi
1491
1492 # This rule is used to check the modules which use X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1493 # To build a target check-X means to cd to X and make all.
1494 .PHONY: $(CHECK_X11_MODULES)
1495 $(CHECK_X11_MODULES):
1496         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/check-//'`; \
1497         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1498           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1499           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1500           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1501           (cd $${dir}; \
1502            $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS) check); \
1503         else \
1504           true; \
1505         fi
1506
1507 # This rule is used to install the modules which use X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1508 # To build a target install-X means to cd to X and make install.
1509 .PHONY: $(INSTALL_X11_MODULES)
1510 $(INSTALL_X11_MODULES): installdirs
1511         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/install-//'`; \
1512         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1513           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1514           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1515           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1516           (cd $${dir}; \
1517            $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(X11_FLAGS_TO_PASS) install); \
1518         else \
1519           true; \
1520         fi
1521
1522 # gcc is the only module which uses GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1523 .PHONY: all-gcc
1524 all-gcc:
1525         @if [ -f ./gcc/Makefile ] ; then \
1526           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1527           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1528           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1529           (cd gcc; $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) all); \
1530         else \
1531           true; \
1532         fi
1533
1534 # Building GCC uses some tools for rebuilding "source" files
1535 # like texinfo, bison/byacc, etc.  So we must depend on those.
1536 #
1537 # While building GCC, it may be necessary to run various target
1538 # programs like the assembler, linker, etc.  So we depend on
1539 # those too.
1540 #
1541 # In theory, on an SMP all those dependencies can be resolved
1542 # in parallel.
1543 #
1544 .PHONY: bootstrap bootstrap-lean bootstrap2 bootstrap2-lean bootstrap3 bootstrap3-lean bootstrap4 bootstrap4-lean
1545 bootstrap bootstrap-lean bootstrap2 bootstrap2-lean bootstrap3 bootstrap3-lean bootstrap4 bootstrap4-lean: all-bootstrap
1546         @r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1547         s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1548         $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1549         echo "Bootstrapping the compiler"; \
1550         cd gcc && $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) $@
1551         @r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1552         s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1553         case "$@" in \
1554           *bootstrap4-lean ) \
1555                         msg="Comparing stage3 and stage4 of the compiler"; \
1556                         compare=compare3-lean ;; \
1557           *bootstrap4 ) msg="Comparing stage3 and stage4 of the compiler"; \
1558                         compare=compare3 ;; \
1559           *-lean )      msg="Comparing stage2 and stage3 of the compiler"; \
1560                         compare=compare-lean ;; \
1561           * )           msg="Comparing stage2 and stage3 of the compiler"; \
1562                         compare=compare ;; \
1563         esac; \
1564         $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1565         echo "$$msg"; \
1566         cd gcc && $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) $$compare
1567         @r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1568         s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}` ; export s; \
1569         $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1570         echo "Building runtime libraries"; \
1571         $(MAKE) $(BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(RECURSE_FLAGS) all
1572
1573 .PHONY: cross
1574 cross: all-texinfo all-bison all-byacc all-binutils all-gas all-ld
1575         @r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1576         s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1577         $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1578         echo "Building the C and C++ compiler"; \
1579         cd gcc && $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) LANGUAGES="c c++"
1580         @r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1581         s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}` ; export s; \
1582         $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1583         echo "Building runtime libraries"; \
1584         $(MAKE) $(BASE_FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(RECURSE_FLAGS) \
1585           LANGUAGES="c c++" all
1586
1587 .PHONY: check-gcc
1588 check-gcc:
1589         @if [ -f ./gcc/Makefile ] ; then \
1590           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1591           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1592           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1593           (cd gcc; $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) check); \
1594         else \
1595           true; \
1596         fi
1597
1598 .PHONY: check-c++
1599 check-c++:
1600         @if [ -f ./gcc/Makefile ] ; then \
1601           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1602           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1603           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1604           (cd gcc; $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) check-c++); \
1605           $(MAKE) check-target-libstdc++-v3; \
1606         else \
1607           true; \
1608         fi 
1609
1610 .PHONY: install-gcc
1611 install-gcc:
1612         @if [ -f ./gcc/Makefile ] ; then \
1613           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1614           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1615           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1616           (cd gcc; $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) install); \
1617         else \
1618           true; \
1619         fi
1620
1621 .PHONY: install-gcc-cross
1622 install-gcc-cross:
1623         @if [ -f ./gcc/Makefile ] ; then \
1624           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1625           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1626           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1627           (cd gcc; $(MAKE) $(GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS) LANGUAGES="c c++" install); \
1628         else \
1629           true; \
1630         fi
1631 # EXPERIMENTAL STUFF
1632 # This rule is used to install the modules which use FLAGS_TO_PASS.
1633 # To build a target install-X means to cd to X and make install.
1634 .PHONY: install-dosrel
1635 install-dosrel: installdirs info
1636         @dir=`echo $@ | sed -e 's/install-//'`; \
1637         if [ -f ./$${dir}/Makefile ] ; then \
1638           r=`${PWD}`; export r; \
1639           s=`cd $(srcdir); ${PWD}`; export s; \
1640           $(SET_LIB_PATH) \
1641           (cd $${dir}; $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) install); \
1642         else \
1643           true; \
1644         fi
1645
1646 install-dosrel-fake:
1647
1648 ALL_GCC = all-gcc
1649 ALL_GCC_C = $(ALL_GCC) all-target-newlib all-target-libgloss
1650 ALL_GCC_CXX = $(ALL_GCC_C) all-target-libstdc++-v3
1651
1652 # This is a list of inter-dependencies among modules.
1653 all-ash:
1654 all-autoconf: all-m4 all-texinfo
1655 all-automake: all-m4 all-texinfo
1656 all-bash:
1657 all-bfd: all-libiberty all-intl
1658 all-binutils: all-libiberty all-opcodes all-bfd all-flex all-bison all-byacc all-intl
1659 all-bison: all-texinfo
1660 configure-target-boehm-gc: $(ALL_GCC_C) configure-target-qthreads
1661 all-target-boehm-gc: configure-target-boehm-gc
1662 all-byacc:
1663 all-bzip2:
1664 all-db:
1665 all-dejagnu: all-tcl all-expect all-tk
1666 all-diff: all-libiberty
1667 all-etc:
1668 configure-target-examples: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1669 all-target-examples: configure-target-examples
1670 all-expect: all-tcl all-tk
1671 all-fileutils: all-libiberty
1672 all-findutils:
1673 all-find:
1674 all-flex: all-libiberty all-bison all-byacc
1675 all-gas: all-libiberty all-opcodes all-bfd all-intl
1676 all-gawk:
1677 all-gcc: all-bison all-byacc all-binutils all-gas all-ld all-zlib
1678 all-bootstrap: all-libiberty all-texinfo all-bison all-byacc all-binutils all-gas all-ld all-zlib
1679 GDB_TK = all-tk all-tcl all-itcl all-tix all-libgui
1680 all-gdb: all-libiberty all-opcodes all-bfd all-mmalloc all-readline all-bison all-byacc all-sim $(gdbnlmrequirements) $(GDB_TK)
1681 all-gettext:
1682 all-gnuserv:
1683 configure-target-gperf: $(ALL_GCC_CXX)
1684 all-target-gperf: configure-target-gperf all-target-libiberty all-target-libstdc++-v3
1685 all-gprof: all-libiberty all-bfd all-opcodes all-intl
1686 all-grep: all-libiberty
1687 all-gui: all-gdb all-libproc
1688 all-guile:
1689 all-gzip: all-libiberty
1690 all-hello: all-libiberty
1691 all-indent:
1692 all-intl:
1693 all-itcl: all-tcl all-tk
1694 all-ld: all-libiberty all-bfd all-opcodes all-bison all-byacc all-flex all-intl
1695 configure-target-libgloss: $(ALL_GCC)
1696 all-target-libgloss: configure-target-libgloss configure-target-newlib
1697 all-libgui: all-tcl all-tk all-itcl
1698 all-libiberty:
1699
1700 all-build-libiberty: configure-build-libiberty
1701
1702 configure-target-libffi: $(ALL_GCC_C) 
1703 all-target-libffi: configure-target-libffi
1704 configure-target-libjava: $(ALL_GCC_C) configure-target-zlib configure-target-boehm-gc configure-target-qthreads configure-target-libffi
1705 all-target-libjava: configure-target-libjava all-fastjar all-target-zlib all-target-boehm-gc all-target-qthreads all-target-libffi
1706 configure-target-libstdc++-v3: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1707 all-target-libstdc++-v3: configure-target-libstdc++-v3 all-target-libiberty
1708 all-libtool:
1709 configure-target-libf2c: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1710 all-target-libf2c: configure-target-libf2c all-target-libiberty
1711 configure-target-libobjc: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1712 all-target-libobjc: configure-target-libobjc all-target-libiberty
1713 all-m4: all-libiberty all-texinfo
1714 all-make: all-libiberty
1715 all-mmalloc:
1716 configure-target-newlib: $(ALL_GCC)
1717 all-target-newlib: configure-target-newlib
1718 configure-target-libtermcap: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1719 all-target-libtermcap: configure-target-libtermcap
1720 all-opcodes: all-bfd all-libiberty
1721 all-patch: all-libiberty
1722 all-perl:
1723 all-prms: all-libiberty
1724 configure-target-qthreads: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1725 all-target-qthreads: configure-target-qthreads
1726 all-rcs:
1727 all-readline:
1728 all-recode: all-libiberty
1729 all-sed: all-libiberty
1730 all-send-pr: all-prms
1731 all-shellutils:
1732 all-sid: all-tcl all-tk
1733 all-sim: all-libiberty all-bfd all-opcodes all-readline
1734 all-snavigator: all-tcl all-tk all-itcl all-tix all-db all-grep all-libgui
1735 all-tar: all-libiberty
1736 all-tcl:
1737 all-tclX: all-tcl all-tk
1738 all-tk: all-tcl
1739 all-texinfo: all-libiberty
1740 all-textutils:
1741 all-time:
1742 all-tix: all-tcl all-tk
1743 all-wdiff:
1744 configure-target-winsup: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1745 all-target-winsup: all-target-libiberty all-target-libtermcap configure-target-winsup
1746 all-uudecode: all-libiberty
1747 all-zip:
1748 all-zlib:
1749 configure-target-zlib: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1750 all-target-zlib: configure-target-zlib
1751 all-fastjar: all-zlib all-libiberty
1752 configure-target-fastjar: configure-target-zlib
1753 all-target-fastjar: configure-target-fastjar all-target-zlib all-target-libiberty
1754 configure-target-libiberty: $(ALL_GCC_C)
1755 all-target-libiberty: configure-target-libiberty
1756 all-target: $(ALL_TARGET_MODULES)
1757 install-target: $(INSTALL_TARGET_MODULES)
1758 install-gdb: install-tcl install-tk install-itcl install-tix install-libgui
1759 install-sid: install-tcl install-tk
1760 ### other supporting targets
1761
1762 MAKEDIRS= \
1763         $(DESTDIR)$(prefix) \
1764         $(DESTDIR)$(exec_prefix)
1765 .PHONY: installdirs
1766 installdirs: mkinstalldirs
1767         $(SHELL) $(srcdir)/mkinstalldirs $(MAKEDIRS)
1768
1769 dir.info: do-install-info
1770         if [ -f $(srcdir)/texinfo/gen-info-dir ] ; then \
1771           $(srcdir)/texinfo/gen-info-dir $(infodir) $(srcdir)/texinfo/dir.info-template > dir.info.new ; \
1772           mv -f dir.info.new dir.info ; \
1773         else true ; \
1774         fi
1775
1776 dist:
1777         @echo "Building a full distribution of this tree isn't done"
1778         @echo "via 'make dist'.  Check out the etc/ subdirectory" 
1779
1780 etags tags: TAGS
1781
1782 # Right now this just builds TAGS in each subdirectory.  emacs19 has the
1783 # ability to use several tags files at once, so there is probably no need
1784 # to combine them into one big TAGS file (like CVS 1.3 does).  We could
1785 # (if we felt like it) have this Makefile write a piece of elisp which
1786 # the user could load to tell emacs19 where all the TAGS files we just
1787 # built are.
1788 TAGS: do-TAGS
1789
1790 # with the gnu make, this is done automatically.
1791
1792 Makefile: Makefile.in configure.in $(host_makefile_frag) $(target_makefile_frag) $(gcc_version_trigger)
1793         $(SHELL) ./config.status
1794
1795 #
1796 # Support for building net releases
1797
1798 # Files in devo used in any net release.
1799 # ChangeLog omitted because it may refer to files which are not in this
1800 # distribution (perhaps it would be better to include it anyway).
1801 DEVO_SUPPORT= README Makefile.in configure configure.in \
1802         config.guess config.if config.sub config move-if-change \
1803         mpw-README mpw-build.in mpw-config.in mpw-configure mpw-install \
1804         COPYING COPYING.LIB install-sh config-ml.in symlink-tree \
1805         mkinstalldirs ltconfig ltmain.sh missing ylwrap \
1806         libtool.m4 gettext.m4 ltcf-c.sh ltcf-cxx.sh ltcf-gcj.sh
1807
1808 # Files in devo/etc used in any net release.
1809 # ChangeLog omitted because it may refer to files which are not in this
1810 # distribution (perhaps it would be better to include it anyway).
1811 ETC_SUPPORT= Makefile.in configure configure.in standards.texi \
1812         make-stds.texi standards.info* configure.texi configure.info* \
1813         configbuild.* configdev.*
1814
1815
1816 # When you use `make setup-dirs' or `make taz' you should always redefine
1817 # this macro.
1818 SUPPORT_FILES = list-of-support-files-for-tool-in-question
1819
1820 # NOTE: No double quotes in the below.  It is used within shell script
1821 # as VER="$(VER)"
1822 VER = ` if grep 'AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE.*BFD_VERSION' $(TOOL)/configure.in >/dev/null 2>&1; then \
1823           sed < bfd/configure.in -n 's/AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE[^,]*, *\([^)]*\))/\1/p'; \
1824         elif grep AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE $(TOOL)/configure.in >/dev/null 2>&1; then \
1825           sed < $(TOOL)/configure.in -n 's/AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE[^,]*, *\([^)]*\))/\1/p'; \
1826         elif test -f $(TOOL)/version.in; then \
1827           head -1 $(TOOL)/version.in; \
1828         elif grep VERSION $(TOOL)/Makefile.in > /dev/null 2>&1; then \
1829           sed < $(TOOL)/Makefile.in -n 's/^VERSION *= *//p'; \
1830         else \
1831           echo VERSION; \
1832         fi`
1833 PACKAGE = $(TOOL)
1834
1835 .PHONY: taz
1836 taz: $(DEVO_SUPPORT) $(SUPPORT_FILES) texinfo/texinfo.tex
1837         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-proto-toplev \
1838                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1839                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1840                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1841         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-md5sum \
1842                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1843                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1844                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1845         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-tar \
1846                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1847                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1848                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1849         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-bz2 \
1850                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1851                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1852                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1853
1854 .PHONY: gdb-tar
1855 gdb-tar: $(DEVO_SUPPORT) $(SUPPORT_FILES) texinfo/texinfo.tex
1856         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-proto-toplev \
1857                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1858                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1859                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1860         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-md5sum \
1861                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1862                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1863                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1864         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-djunpack \
1865                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1866                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1867                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1868         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-tar \
1869                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1870                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1871                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1872
1873 .PHONY: gdb-taz
1874 gdb-taz: gdb-tar $(DEVO_SUPPORT) $(SUPPORT_FILES) texinfo/texinfo.tex
1875         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-tar \
1876                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1877                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1878                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1879         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in do-bz2 \
1880                 TOOL=$(TOOL) PACKAGE="$(PACKAGE)" VER="$(VER)" \
1881                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1882                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(SUPPORT_FILES)"
1883
1884 .PHONY: do-proto-toplev
1885 do-proto-toplev: $(DEVO_SUPPORT) $(SUPPORT_FILES) texinfo/texinfo.tex
1886         echo "==> Making $(PACKAGE)-$(VER)/"
1887         # Take out texinfo from a few places.
1888         sed -e '/^all\.normal: /s/\all-texinfo //' \
1889             -e '/^      install-texinfo /d' \
1890         <Makefile.in >tmp
1891         mv -f tmp Makefile.in
1892         #
1893         ./configure sun4
1894         [ -z "$(CONFIGURE_TARGET_MODULES)" ] \
1895           || $(MAKE) $(CONFIGURE_TARGET_MODULES) \
1896             ALL_GCC="" ALL_GCC_C="" ALL_GCC_CXX="" \
1897             CC_FOR_TARGET="$(CC)" CXX_FOR_TARGET="$(CXX)"
1898         # Make links, and run "make diststuff" or "make info" when needed.
1899         rm -rf proto-toplev ; mkdir proto-toplev
1900         set -e ; dirs="$(TOOL) $(DEVO_SUPPORT) $(SUPPORT_FILES)" ; \
1901         for d in $$dirs ; do \
1902           if [ -d $$d ]; then \
1903             if [ ! -f $$d/Makefile ] ; then true ; \
1904             elif grep '^diststuff:' $$d/Makefile >/dev/null ; then \
1905                 (cd $$d ; $(MAKE) diststuff ) || exit 1 ; \
1906             elif grep '^info:' $$d/Makefile >/dev/null ; then \
1907                 (cd $$d ; $(MAKE) info ) || exit 1 ; \
1908             fi ; \
1909             if [ -d $$d/proto-$$d.dir ]; then \
1910               ln -s ../$$d/proto-$$d.dir proto-toplev/$$d ; \
1911             else \
1912               ln -s ../$$d proto-toplev/$$d ; \
1913             fi ; \
1914           else ln -s ../$$d proto-toplev/$$d ; fi ; \
1915         done
1916         cd etc && $(MAKE) info
1917         $(MAKE) distclean
1918         #
1919         mkdir proto-toplev/etc
1920         (cd proto-toplev/etc; \
1921          for i in $(ETC_SUPPORT); do \
1922                 ln -s ../../etc/$$i . ; \
1923          done)
1924         #
1925         # Take out texinfo from configurable dirs
1926         rm proto-toplev/configure.in
1927         sed -e '/^host_tools=/s/texinfo //' \
1928             <configure.in >proto-toplev/configure.in
1929         #
1930         mkdir proto-toplev/texinfo
1931         ln -s ../../texinfo/texinfo.tex         proto-toplev/texinfo/
1932         if test -r texinfo/util/tex3patch ; then \
1933           mkdir proto-toplev/texinfo/util && \
1934           ln -s ../../../texinfo/util/tex3patch proto-toplev/texinfo/util ; \
1935         else true; fi
1936         chmod -R og=u . || chmod og=u `find . -print`
1937         #
1938         # Create .gmo files from .po files.
1939         for f in `find . -name '*.po' -type f -print`; do \
1940              msgfmt -o `echo $$f | sed -e 's/\.po$$/.gmo/'` $$f ; \
1941         done
1942         #
1943         -rm -f $(PACKAGE)-$(VER)
1944         ln -s proto-toplev $(PACKAGE)-$(VER)
1945
1946 .PHONY: do-tar
1947 do-tar:
1948         echo "==> Making $(PACKAGE)-$(VER).tar"
1949         -rm -f $(PACKAGE)-$(VER).tar
1950         find $(PACKAGE)-$(VER) -follow -name CVS -prune -o -type f -print \
1951                 | tar cTfh - $(PACKAGE)-$(VER).tar
1952
1953 .PHONY: do-bz2
1954 do-bz2:
1955         echo "==> Bzipping $(PACKAGE)-$(VER).tar.bz2"
1956         -rm -f $(PACKAGE)-$(VER).tar.bz2
1957         $(BZIPPROG) -v -9 $(PACKAGE)-$(VER).tar
1958
1959 .PHONY: do-md5sum
1960 do-md5sum:
1961         echo "==> Adding md5 checksum to top-level directory"
1962         cd proto-toplev && find * -follow -name CVS -prune -o -type f -print \
1963                 | xargs $(MD5PROG) > ../md5.sum
1964         mv md5.sum proto-toplev
1965
1966 .PHONY: do-djunpack
1967 do-djunpack:
1968         echo "==> Adding updated djunpack.bat to top-level directory"
1969         echo - 's /gdb-[0-9\.]*/gdb-'"$(VER)"'/'
1970         sed < djunpack.bat > djunpack.new \
1971                 -e 's/gdb-[0-9][0-9\.]*/gdb-'"$(VER)"'/'
1972         mv djunpack.new djunpack.bat
1973         -rm -f proto-toplev/djunpack.bat
1974         ln -s ../djunpack.bat proto-toplev/djunpack.bat
1975
1976 TEXINFO_SUPPORT= texinfo/texinfo.tex
1977 DIST_SUPPORT= $(DEVO_SUPPORT) $(TEXINFO_SUPPORT)
1978
1979 .PHONY: gas.tar.bz2
1980 GAS_SUPPORT_DIRS= bfd include libiberty opcodes intl setup.com makefile.vms mkdep
1981 gas.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GAS_SUPPORT_DIRS) gas
1982         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in taz TOOL=gas \
1983                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1984                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(GAS_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
1985
1986 # The FSF "binutils" release includes gprof and ld.
1987 .PHONY: binutils.tar.bz2
1988 BINUTILS_SUPPORT_DIRS= bfd gas include libiberty opcodes ld gprof intl setup.com makefile.vms mkdep
1989 binutils.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(BINUTILS_SUPPORT_DIRS) binutils
1990         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in taz TOOL=binutils \
1991                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1992                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(BINUTILS_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
1993
1994 .PHONY: gas+binutils.tar.bz2
1995 GASB_SUPPORT_DIRS= $(GAS_SUPPORT_DIRS) binutils ld gprof
1996 gas+binutils.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GASB_SUPPORT_DIRS) gas
1997         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in taz TOOL=gas \
1998                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
1999                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(GASB_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2000
2001 GNATS_SUPPORT_DIRS=include libiberty send-pr
2002 gnats.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GNATS_SUPPORT_DIRS) gnats
2003         $(MAKE) -f  Makefile.in taz TOOL=gnats \
2004                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2005                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(GNATS_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2006
2007 .PHONY: gdb.tar.bz2
2008 GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS= bfd include libiberty mmalloc opcodes readline sim utils intl
2009 gdb.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS) gdb
2010         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-taz TOOL=gdb \
2011                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2012                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2013 .PHONY: gdb.tar
2014 gdb.tar: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS) gdb
2015         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-tar TOOL=gdb \
2016                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2017                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2018
2019 DEJAGNU_SUPPORT_DIRS=  tcl expect libiberty
2020 .PHONY: dejagnu.tar.bz2
2021 dejagnu.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(DEJAGNU_SUPPORT_DIRS) dejagnu
2022         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in taz TOOL=dejagnu \
2023                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2024                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(DEJAGNU_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2025
2026 .PHONY: gdb+dejagnu.tar.bz2
2027 GDBD_SUPPORT_DIRS= $(GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS) tcl expect dejagnu
2028 gdb+dejagnu.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GDBD_SUPPORT_DIRS) gdb
2029         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-taz TOOL=gdb PACKAGE=gdb+dejagnu \
2030                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2031                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(GDBD_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2032 .PHONY: gdb+dejagnu.tar
2033 gdb+dejagnu.tar: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GDBD_SUPPORT_DIRS) gdb
2034         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-tar TOOL=gdb PACKAGE=gdb+dejagnu \
2035                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2036                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(GDBD_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2037
2038 .PHONY: insight.tar.bz2
2039 INSIGHT_SUPPORT_DIRS= $(GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS) tcl tk itcl tix libgui
2040 insight.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS) gdb
2041         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-taz TOOL=gdb PACKAGE=insight \
2042                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2043                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(INSIGHT_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2044 .PHONY: insight.tar
2045 insight.tar: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(GDB_SUPPORT_DIRS) gdb
2046         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-tar TOOL=gdb PACKAGE=insight \
2047                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2048                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(INSIGHT_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2049
2050 .PHONY: insight+dejagnu.tar.bz2
2051 INSIGHTD_SUPPORT_DIRS= $(INSIGHT_SUPPORT_DIRS) expect dejagnu
2052 insight+dejagnu.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(INSIGHTD_SUPPORT_DIRS) gdb
2053         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-taz TOOL=gdb PACKAGE="insight+dejagnu" \
2054                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2055                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(INSIGHTD_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2056 .PHONY: insight+dejagnu.tar
2057 insight+dejagnu.tar: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(INSIGHTD_SUPPORT_DIRS) gdb
2058         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in gdb-tar TOOL=gdb PACKAGE="insight+dejagnu" \
2059                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2060                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(INSIGHTD_SUPPORT_DIRS)"
2061
2062 .PHONY: newlib.tar.bz2
2063 NEWLIB_SUPPORT_DIRS=libgloss
2064 # taz configures for the sun4 target which won't configure newlib.
2065 # We need newlib configured so that the .info files are made.
2066 # Unfortunately, it is not enough to just configure newlib separately:
2067 # taz will build the .info files but since SUBDIRS won't contain newlib,
2068 # distclean won't be run (leaving Makefile, config.status, and the tmp files
2069 # used in building the .info files, eg: *.def, *.ref).
2070 # The problem isn't solvable however without a lot of extra work because
2071 # target libraries are built in subdir $(target_alias) which gets nuked during
2072 # the make distclean.  For now punt on the issue of shipping newlib info files
2073 # with newlib net releases and wait for a day when some native target (sun4?)
2074 # supports newlib (if only minimally).
2075 newlib.tar.bz2: $(DIST_SUPPORT) $(NEWLIB_SUPPORT_DIRS) newlib
2076         $(MAKE) -f Makefile.in taz TOOL=newlib \
2077                 MD5PROG="$(MD5PROG)" \
2078                 SUPPORT_FILES="$(NEWLIB_SUPPORT_DIRS)" \
2079                 DEVO_SUPPORT="$(DEVO_SUPPORT) COPYING.NEWLIB" newlib
2080
2081 .NOEXPORT:
2082 MAKEOVERRIDES=
2083
2084 # end of Makefile.in