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Revision 1.403, Sun Jan 6 12:51:45 2019 UTC (2 months, 2 weeks ago) by bsiegert
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: HEAD
Changes since 1.402: +5 -1 lines

bsd.prefs.mk: set OS_VARIANT=Microsoft if used under WSL.

WSL is Windows Services for Linux, aka "bash on Ubuntu on Windows".
Some packages need to differentiate plain Linux and running on WSL.

Patch from David Weller-Fahy via PR pkg/53806.

# $NetBSD: bsd.prefs.mk,v 1.403 2019/01/06 12:51:45 bsiegert Exp $
#
# This file includes the mk.conf file, which contains the user settings.
#
# Packages should include this file before any of the .if directives, as
# well as before modifying variables like CFLAGS, LDFLAGS, and so on.
# Otherwise the behavior may be unexpected.
#
# When mk.conf is included by this file, the following variables are
# defined:
#
# ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES
#	This variable is set to the list of Open Source licenses. See
#	mk/license.mk for details.
#
# MACHINE_PLATFORM
#	The platform for which the packages are built. It has the form
#	${OPSYS}-${OS_VERSION}-${MACHINE_ARCH}.
#
# NATIVE_MACHINE_PLATFORM
#	The platform on which the packages are built. This is usually
#	the same as ${MACHINE_PLATFORM}, but can be different when
#	cross-building packages.
#
# PKGPATH
#	The path of the package, relative to the pkgsrc top-level
#	directory. Typical values look like editors/emacs or
#	misc/openoffice-bin.
#
# Keywords: mk.conf user platform
#

.if !defined(BSD_PKG_MK)

# Let mk.conf know that this is pkgsrc.
BSD_PKG_MK=1
__PREFIX_SET__:=${PREFIX}

# Set PATH if not already set
.if !defined(PATH)
PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/usr/sbin
.endif

# Expand MAKE to a full path.
.if !defined(_MAKE)
_MAKE:=	${MAKE}
# allow for MAKE=./make and similar.
.  if empty(_MAKE:M/*) && !empty(_MAKE:M*/*) && defined(PWD) && exists(${PWD}/${MAKE})
_MAKE:=	${PWD}/${MAKE}
.  endif
.  for _dir_ in ${PATH:C/\:/ /g}
.    if empty(_MAKE:M/*)
.      if exists(${_dir_}/${MAKE})
_MAKE:=	${_dir_}/${MAKE}
.      endif
.    endif
.  endfor
.  if !empty(_MAKE:M/*)
MAKEFLAGS+=	_MAKE=${_MAKE:Q}
.  endif
.endif
MAKE:=	${_MAKE}

.if exists(/usr/bin/uname)
UNAME=/usr/bin/uname
.elif exists(/bin/uname)
UNAME=/bin/uname
.else
UNAME=echo Unknown
.endif

.if !defined(OPSYS)
OPSYS:=			${:!${UNAME} -s!:S/-//g:S/\///g:C/^CYGWIN_.*$/Cygwin/}
MAKEFLAGS+=		OPSYS=${OPSYS:Q}
.endif

# OS_VARIANT is used to differentiate operating systems which have a common
# basis but offer contrasting environments, for example Linux distributions
# or illumos forks.
OS_VARIANT?=		# empty

# The _CMD indirection allows code below to modify these values
# without executing the commands at all.  Later, recursed make
# invocations will skip these blocks entirely thanks to MAKEFLAGS.
.if !defined(OS_VERSION)
_OS_VERSION_CMD=	${UNAME} -r
OS_VERSION=		${_OS_VERSION_CMD:sh}
MAKEFLAGS+=		OS_VERSION=${OS_VERSION:Q}
.endif

# Preload these for architectures not in all variations of bsd.own.mk,
# which do not match their GNU names exactly.
GNU_ARCH.aarch64eb?=	aarch64_be
GNU_ARCH.coldfire?=	m5407
GNU_ARCH.arm26?=	arm
GNU_ARCH.arm32?=	arm
GNU_ARCH.amd64?=	x86_64
GNU_ARCH.earm?=		arm
GNU_ARCH.earmhf?=	arm
GNU_ARCH.earmeb?=	armeb
GNU_ARCH.earmhfeb?=	armeb
GNU_ARCH.earmv4?=	armv4
GNU_ARCH.earmv4eb?=	armv4eb
GNU_ARCH.earmv5?=	arm
GNU_ARCH.earmv5eb?=	armeb
GNU_ARCH.earmv6?=	armv6
GNU_ARCH.earmv6hf?=	armv6
GNU_ARCH.earmv6eb?=	armv6eb
GNU_ARCH.earmv6hfeb?=	armv6eb
GNU_ARCH.earmv7?=	armv7
GNU_ARCH.earmv7hf?=	armv7
GNU_ARCH.earmv7eb?=	armv7eb
GNU_ARCH.earmv7hfeb?=	armv7eb
GNU_ARCH.i386?=		i486
GNU_ARCH.i586?=		i486
GNU_ARCH.i686?=		i486
GNU_ARCH.m68000?=	m68010
GNU_ARCH.mips?=		mipsel
GNU_ARCH.sh3eb?=	sh
GNU_ARCH.sh3el?=	shle
GNU_ARCH.mips64eb?=	mips64
NATIVE_MACHINE_GNU_ARCH?=	${GNU_ARCH.${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH}:U${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH}}
MACHINE_GNU_ARCH?=		${GNU_ARCH.${MACHINE_ARCH}:U${MACHINE_ARCH}}

## If changes are made to how OS_VERSION is set below please keep
## "pkgsrc/pkgtools/osabi/INSTALL" in-sync.
.if ${OPSYS} == "NetBSD"
LOWER_OPSYS?=		netbsd

.elif ${OPSYS} == "AIX"
.  if exists(/usr/bin/oslevel)
_OS_VERSION!=		/usr/bin/oslevel
.  else
_OS_VERSION!=		echo `${UNAME} -v`.`${UNAME} -r`
.  endif
OS_VERSION=		${_OS_VERSION:C/([0-9]*\.[0-9]*).*/\1/}
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX=	${_OS_VERSION}
LOWER_OPSYS?=		aix
LOWER_VENDOR?=		ibm

.elif ${OPSYS} == "BSDOS"
LOWER_OPSYS?=		bsdi

.elif ${OPSYS} == "Bitrig"
LOWER_OPSYS?= 		bitrig
LOWER_VENDOR?= 		unknown

.elif ${OPSYS} == "Cygwin"
LOWER_OPSYS?=		cygwin
LOWER_VENDOR?=		pc
_OS_VERSION!=		${UNAME} -r
OS_VERSION=		${_OS_VERSION:C/\(.*\)//}
OS_VARIANT!=		${UNAME} -s

.elif ${OPSYS} == "Darwin"
LOWER_OPSYS?=		darwin
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX=	${LOWER_OS_VERSION:C/([0-9]*).*/\1/}
LOWER_VENDOR?=		apple

.elif ${OPSYS} == "DragonFly"
OS_VERSION:=		${OS_VERSION:C/-.*$//}
LOWER_OPSYS?=		dragonfly
LOWER_VENDOR?=		pc

.elif ${OPSYS} == "FreeBSD"
OS_VERSION:=		${OS_VERSION:C/-.*$//}
LOWER_OPSYS?=		freebsd
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX=	${LOWER_OS_VERSION:C/([0-9]*).*/\1/}
.  if ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "i386"
LOWER_VENDOR?=		pc
.  endif
LOWER_VENDOR?=		unknown

.elif ${OPSYS} == "Haiku"
LOWER_OPSYS?=		haiku
.  if ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "i386"
LOWER_VENDOR?=		pc
.  endif

.elif ${OPSYS} == "Interix"
LOWER_OPSYS?=		interix
LOWER_VENDOR?=		pc
.  if exists(/usr/lib/libc.so.5.2) || exists(/usr/lib/x86/libc.so.5.2)
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX=	${LOWER_OS_VERSION:C/([0-9]*).*/\1/}
.  else
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX?=	3
.    if exists(/usr/lib/libc.so.3.5)
OS_VERSION=		3.5
.    elif exists(/usr/lib/libc.so.3.1)
OS_VERSION=		3.1
.    else
OS_VERSION=		3.0
.    endif
.  endif

.elif ${OPSYS} == "MirBSD"
LOWER_OPSYS?=		mirbsd
LOWER_OS_VERSION=	${OS_VERSION}
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX=	${OS_VERSION}
LOWER_VENDOR?=		unknown

.elif !empty(OPSYS:MIRIX*)
LOWER_OPSYS?=		irix
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX?=	${OS_VERSION}
LOWER_VENDOR?=		sgi

.elif ${OPSYS} == "Linux"
OS_VERSION:=		${OS_VERSION:C/-.*$//}
LOWER_OPSYS?=		linux
.  if exists(/etc/lsb-release)
CHROMEOS_RELEASE_NAME!=	awk -F = '$$1 == "CHROMEOS_RELEASE_NAME" { print $$2 }' /etc/lsb-release
.  endif
.  if exists(/etc/debian_version)
LOWER_VENDOR?=		debian
.  elif exists(/etc/mandrake-release)
LOWER_VENDOR?=		mandrake
.  elif exists(/etc/redhat-version) || exists(/etc/redhat-release)
LOWER_VENDOR?=		redhat
.  elif exists(/etc/slackware-version)
LOWER_VENDOR?=		slackware
.  elif exists(/etc/ssdlinux_version)
LOWER_VENDOR?=		ssd
.  elif !empty(CHROMEOS_RELEASE_NAME)
LOWER_VENDOR?=		chromeos
.  elif ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "i386"
LOWER_VENDOR?=          pc
.  endif
LOWER_VENDOR?=          unknown
OS_VARIANT!=		${UNAME} -r
OS_VARIANT:=		${OS_VARIANT:C/^.*-//}
.  if ${OS_VARIANT} != "Microsoft"
OS_VARIANT=		${LOWER_VENDOR}
.  endif
.  if !defined(HOST_MACHINE_ARCH)
HOST_MACHINE_ARCH!=	${UNAME} -m
MAKEFLAGS+=		HOST_MACHINE_ARCH=${HOST_MACHINE_ARCH:Q}
.  endif

.elif ${OPSYS} == "OpenBSD"
LOWER_OPSYS?= 		openbsd

.elif ${OPSYS} == "OSF1"
OS_VERSION:=		${OS_VERSION:C/^V//}
LOWER_OPSYS?=		osf1
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX?=	${OS_VERSION}
LOWER_VENDOR?=		dec

.elif ${OPSYS} == "HPUX"
OS_VERSION:=		${OS_VERSION:C/^B.//}
LOWER_OPSYS?=		hpux
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX?=	${OS_VERSION}
LOWER_VENDOR?=		hp

.elif ${OPSYS} == "SunOS"
LOWER_VENDOR?=		sun
LOWER_OPSYS?=		solaris
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX=	2.${OS_VERSION:C/5.//}
_UNAME_V!=		${UNAME} -v
.  if !empty(_UNAME_V:Mjoyent_*)
OS_VARIANT=		SmartOS
LOWER_VARIANT_VERSION=	${_UNAME_V:C/joyent_//}
.  elif !empty(_UNAME_V:Momnios-*)
OS_VARIANT=		OmniOS
LOWER_VARIANT_VERSION!=	/usr/bin/awk '{ print $$3; exit 0; }' /etc/release
.  else
OS_VARIANT=		Solaris
LOWER_VARIANT_VERSION=	${_UNAME_V}
.  endif

.elif ${OPSYS} == "SCO_SV"
SCO_RELEASE!=		${UNAME} -r
SCO_VERSION!=		${UNAME} -v
LOWER_VENDOR?=		pc
LOWER_OPSYS?=		sco
LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX=	${SCO_RELEASE}v${SCO_VERSION}
_UNAME_V!=		${UNAME} -v
.  if !empty(_UNAME_V:M5.0*)
OS_VARIANT=		SCOOSR5
.  elif !empty(_UNAME_V:M6.0*)
OS_VARIANT=		SCOOSR6
.  endif

.elif ${OPSYS} == "Minix"
LOWER_VENDOR?=		unknown
LOWER_OPSYS:=		${OPSYS:tl}

.elif !defined(LOWER_OPSYS)
LOWER_OPSYS:=		${OPSYS:tl}
.endif

# Now commit the [LOWER_]OS_VERSION values computed above, eliding the :sh
OS_VERSION:=		${OS_VERSION}
LOWER_OS_VERSION:=	${OS_VERSION:tl}

MAKEFLAGS+=		LOWER_OPSYS=${LOWER_OPSYS:Q}

LOWER_VENDOR?=			# empty ("arch--opsys")

NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH:=		${MACHINE_ARCH}
NATIVE_MACHINE_PLATFORM?=	${OPSYS}-${OS_VERSION}-${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH}
MACHINE_PLATFORM?=		${OPSYS}-${OS_VERSION}-${MACHINE_ARCH}
NATIVE_MACHINE_GNU_PLATFORM?=	${NATIVE_MACHINE_GNU_ARCH}-${LOWER_VENDOR}-${LOWER_OPSYS:C/[0-9]//g}${NATIVE_APPEND_ELF}${LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX}${NATIVE_APPEND_ABI}
MACHINE_GNU_PLATFORM?=		${MACHINE_GNU_ARCH}-${LOWER_VENDOR}-${LOWER_OPSYS:C/[0-9]//g}${APPEND_ELF}${LOWER_OPSYS_VERSUFFIX}${APPEND_ABI}

# Needed to prevent an "install:" target from being created in bsd.own.mk.
NEED_OWN_INSTALL_TARGET=no

# This prevents default use of the cross-tool harness in the "src" tree,
# in the odd possible case of someone extracting "pkgsrc" underneath "src".
USETOOLS=		no
MAKE_ENV+=		USETOOLS=no

# Set this before <bsd.own.mk> does, since it doesn't know about Darwin
.if ${OPSYS} == "Darwin"
OBJECT_FMT?=		Mach-O
.endif

ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES?=	${DEFAULT_ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES}

# Provide PKGPATH early on so that mk.conf can use it.
PKGPATH?=		${.CURDIR:C|.*/([^/]*/[^/]*)$|\1|}

# Load the settings from MAKECONF, which is /etc/mk.conf by default.
.include <bsd.own.mk>

.if ${OPSYS} == "OpenBSD"
.  if defined(ELF_TOOLCHAIN) && ${ELF_TOOLCHAIN} == "yes"
OBJECT_FMT?=	ELF
.  else
OBJECT_FMT?=	a.out
.  endif
.elif ${OPSYS} == "FreeBSD"
OBJECT_FMT?=	ELF
.elif ${OPSYS} == "DragonFly"
OBJECT_FMT=	ELF
.elif ${OPSYS} == "Minix"
OBJECT_FMT=	ELF
.elif ${OPSYS} == "MirBSD"
OBJECT_FMT=	ELF
MKPROFILE=	no
.elif ${OPSYS} == "Linux"
OBJECT_FMT=	ELF
.elif ${OPSYS} == "AIX"
OBJECT_FMT=	XCOFF
.elif ${OPSYS} == "OSF1"
OBJECT_FMT=	ECOFF
.elif ${OPSYS} == "HPUX"
.  if ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "ia64"
OBJECT_FMT=	ELF
.  elif ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "hppa64"
# it is ELF but for most purposes behaves like SOM (.sl suffix, ...)
OBJECT_FMT=	SOM
.  else # hppa
OBJECT_FMT=	SOM
.  endif
.elif ${OPSYS} == "Cygwin"
OBJECT_FMT=	PE
.endif

# Calculate depth
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/mk/bsd.pkg.mk)
_PKGSRC_TOPDIR=	${.CURDIR}
.elif exists(${.CURDIR}/../mk/bsd.pkg.mk)
_PKGSRC_TOPDIR=	${.CURDIR}/..
.elif exists(${.CURDIR}/../../mk/bsd.pkg.mk)
_PKGSRC_TOPDIR=	${.CURDIR}/../..
.endif

# include the defaults file
.include "${_PKGSRC_TOPDIR}/mk/defaults/mk.conf"

SHAREOWN?=		${DOCOWN}
SHAREGRP?=		${DOCGRP}
SHAREMODE?=		${DOCMODE}

.if defined(PREFIX) && (${PREFIX} != ${__PREFIX_SET__})
.BEGIN:
	@${ECHO_MSG} "You CANNOT set PREFIX manually or in mk.conf. Set LOCALBASE or X11BASE"
	@${ECHO_MSG} "depending on your needs. See the pkg system documentation for more info."
	@${FALSE}
.endif

# Load the OS-specific definitions for program variables.  Default to loading
# the NetBSD ones if an OS-specific file doesn't exist.
.if exists(${_PKGSRC_TOPDIR}/mk/platform/${OPSYS}.mk)
.  include "${_PKGSRC_TOPDIR}/mk/platform/${OPSYS}.mk"
.else
.  include "${_PKGSRC_TOPDIR}/mk/platform/NetBSD.mk"
PKG_FAIL_REASON+=	"missing mk/platform/${OPSYS}.mk"
.endif

# Set default SHLIB_TYPE to the ${OPSYS}-specific shared library type.
SHLIB_TYPE?=		${_OPSYS_SHLIB_TYPE}

PKGDIRMODE?=		755

# A meta-package is a package that does not have any files and whose
# only purpose is to depend on other packages, giving that collection
# a simple name.
#
# This variable must be set before including bsd.prefs.mk directly or
# indirectly.
#
# Keywords: meta meta-package META_PACKAGE
#
.if defined(META_PACKAGE)
PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT=	user-destdir
NO_CONFIGURE=		yes
NO_BUILD=		yes
DISTFILES=		# none
PLIST_SRC=		# none
CHECK_PERMS=		no
USE_LANGUAGES=		# empty
WRKSRC=			${WRKDIR}

do-patch:
	@${DO_NADA}
do-install:
	@${DO_NADA}
.endif

# PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT can only be one of "destdir", or "user-destdir".
PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT?=	user-destdir

.if ${PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT} == "user-destdir"
_USE_DESTDIR=		user-destdir
.elif ${PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT} == "destdir"
_USE_DESTDIR=		destdir
.else
PKG_FAIL_REASON+=	"PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT must be \`\`destdir'' or \`\`user-destdir''."
.endif

# When using staged installation, everything gets installed into
# ${DESTDIR}${PREFIX} instead of ${PREFIX} directly.
#
DESTDIR=		${WRKDIR}/.destdir
.if ${_USE_DESTDIR} == "destdir"
_MAKE_PACKAGE_AS_ROOT=	yes
_MAKE_CLEAN_AS_ROOT=	yes
_MAKE_INSTALL_AS_ROOT=	yes
.else
_MAKE_PACKAGE_AS_ROOT=	no
_MAKE_CLEAN_AS_ROOT=	no
_MAKE_INSTALL_AS_ROOT=	no
.  endif

# controls whether binary packages are preserved in pkgsrc/packages/All
# default is no (to preserve settings since 2013/05/23, prior to that it
# was yes)
_KEEP_BIN_PKGS?= no
.if !empty(PKGSRC_KEEP_BIN_PKGS:U:M[Yy][Ee][Ss])
_KEEP_BIN_PKGS=	yes
.endif

_MAKE_CLEAN_AS_ROOT?=	no
# Whether to run the clean target as root.
_MAKE_INSTALL_AS_ROOT?=	yes
# Whether to run the install target as root.
_MAKE_PACKAGE_AS_ROOT?=	yes
# Whether to run the package target as root.

# When cross-compilation support is requested, the following options
# must be specified as well or guessable:
# - MACHINE_ARCH is set to TARGET_ARCH if set.
# - CROSS_DESTDIR is guessed from MAKEOBJDIR and MACHINE_ARCH.
# - PKG_DBDIR is expanded and prefixed with CROSS_DESTDIR
# - DESTDIR support is required
#
# _CROSS_DESTDIR is set for internal use to avoid conditionalising
# the use.

.if !empty(USE_CROSS_COMPILE:M[yY][eE][sS])
.  if defined(TARGET_ARCH)
MACHINE_ARCH=	${TARGET_ARCH}
.  endif
CROSS_DESTDIR?=	${MAKEOBJDIR}/destdir.${MACHINE_ARCH}
.  if !exists(${CROSS_DESTDIR}/usr/include/stddef.h)
PKG_FAIL_REASON+=	"The cross-compiling root ${CROSS_DESTDIR:Q} is incomplete"
.  else
_CROSS_DESTDIR=	${CROSS_DESTDIR}
.  endif
.endif

# Depends on MACHINE_ARCH override above
.if ${OPSYS} == "NetBSD"
# XXX NATIVE_OBJECT_FMT is a cop-out -- but seriously, who is going to
# do cross-builds on a NetBSD host that still uses a.out?
NATIVE_OBJECT_FMT?=	${OBJECT_FMT}
.  if ${NATIVE_OBJECT_FMT} == "ELF" && \
   (!empty(NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH:Mearm*) || \
    ${NATIVE_MACHINE_GNU_ARCH} == "arm" || \
    ${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH} == "i386" || \
    ${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH} == "m68k" || \
    ${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH} == "m68000" || \
    ${NATIVE_MACHINE_GNU_ARCH} == "sh" || \
    ${NATIVE_MACHINE_GNU_ARCH} == "shle" || \
    ${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH} == "sparc" || \
    ${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH} == "vax")
NATIVE_APPEND_ELF=	elf
.  endif
.  if ${OBJECT_FMT} == "ELF" && \
   (!empty(MACHINE_ARCH:Mearm*) || \
    ${MACHINE_GNU_ARCH} == "arm" || \
    ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "i386" || \
    ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "m68k" || \
    ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "m68000" || \
    ${MACHINE_GNU_ARCH} == "sh" || \
    ${MACHINE_GNU_ARCH} == "shle" || \
    ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "sparc" || \
    ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "vax")
APPEND_ELF=		elf
.  endif
.  if !empty(NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH:Mearm*)
NATIVE_APPEND_ABI=	-${NATIVE_MACHINE_ARCH:C/eb//:C/v[4-7]//:S/earm/eabi/}
.  endif
.  if !empty(MACHINE_ARCH:Mearm*)
APPEND_ABI=		-${MACHINE_ARCH:C/eb//:C/v[4-7]//:S/earm/eabi/}
.  endif
.endif

# if the system is IPv6-ready, compile with IPv6 support turned on.
.if empty(_OPSYS_HAS_INET6:M[nN][oO])
IPV6_READY=		YES
.else
IPV6_READY=		NO
.endif

LOCALBASE?=		/usr/pkg
X11_TYPE?=		modular
.if !empty(X11_TYPE:Mnative)
.  if ${OPSYS} == "SunOS"
# On Solaris, we default to using OpenWindows for X11.
X11BASE?=	/usr/openwin
.  elif ${OPSYS} == "Cygwin" || ${OPSYS} == "IRIX" || ${OPSYS} == "OSF1" || ${OPSYS} == "HPUX"
X11BASE?=	/usr
.  elif !empty(MACHINE_PLATFORM:MDarwin-[0-8].*-*)
X11BASE?=	/usr/X11R6
.  elif !empty(MACHINE_PLATFORM:MDarwin-9.*-*) || \
        !empty(MACHINE_PLATFORM:MDarwin-10.*-*) || \
        !empty(MACHINE_PLATFORM:MDarwin-11.*-*)
X11BASE?=	/usr/X11
.  elif !empty(MACHINE_PLATFORM:MDarwin-??.*-*)
X11BASE?=	/opt/X11
.  elif ${OPSYS} == "NetBSD" && ${X11FLAVOUR:U} == "Xorg"
X11BASE?=	/usr/X11R7
.  elif exists(/usr/X11R7/lib/libX11.so)
X11BASE?=	/usr/X11R7
.  elif exists(/usr/lib/libX11.so) || exists(/usr/lib64/libX11.so)
X11BASE?=	/usr
.  else
X11BASE?=	/usr/X11R6
.  endif
.endif
CROSSBASE?=	${LOCALBASE}/cross

.if defined(FIX_SYSTEM_HEADERS) && ${FIX_SYSTEM_HEADERS} == "yes" && \
    !defined(BOOTSTRAP_PKG) && \
    exists(../../pkgtools/compat_headers/buildlink3.mk)
.  include "../../pkgtools/compat_headers/buildlink3.mk"
.endif

.if ${X11_TYPE} == "modular"
X11BASE=		${LOCALBASE}
.endif

# Default directory for font encodings
.if ${X11_TYPE} == "modular"
X11_ENCODINGSDIR?=	${X11BASE}/share/fonts/X11/encodings
.else
X11_ENCODINGSDIR?=	${X11BASE}/lib/X11/fonts/encodings
.endif

CATMAN_SECTION_SUFFIX?=	no

IMAKE_MAN_SOURCE_PATH=	man/man
IMAKE_MAN_SUFFIX=	1
IMAKE_LIBMAN_SUFFIX=	3
IMAKE_KERNMAN_SUFFIX=	4
IMAKE_FILEMAN_SUFFIX=	5
IMAKE_GAMEMAN_SUFFIX=	6
IMAKE_MISCMAN_SUFFIX=	7
IMAKE_MAN_DIR=		${IMAKE_MAN_SOURCE_PATH}1
IMAKE_LIBMAN_DIR=	${IMAKE_MAN_SOURCE_PATH}3
IMAKE_KERNMAN_DIR=	${IMAKE_MAN_SOURCE_PATH}4
IMAKE_FILEMAN_DIR=	${IMAKE_MAN_SOURCE_PATH}5
IMAKE_GAMEMAN_DIR=	${IMAKE_MAN_SOURCE_PATH}6
IMAKE_MISCMAN_DIR=	${IMAKE_MAN_SOURCE_PATH}7
IMAKE_MANNEWSUFFIX=	${IMAKE_MAN_SUFFIX}
IMAKE_MANINSTALL?=	maninstall

# LINK_RPATH_FLAG publicly exports the linker flag used to set the
# run-time library search path.
#
.if defined(_OPSYS_LINKER_RPATH_FLAG)
LINKER_RPATH_FLAG=	${_OPSYS_LINKER_RPATH_FLAG}
.else
LINKER_RPATH_FLAG?=	${_LINKER_RPATH_FLAG}
.endif

# COMPILER_RPATH_FLAG publicly exports the compiler flag used to pass
# run-time library search path directives to the linker.
#
.if defined(_OPSYS_COMPILER_RPATH_FLAG)
COMPILER_RPATH_FLAG=	${_OPSYS_COMPILER_RPATH_FLAG}
.else
COMPILER_RPATH_FLAG?=	${_COMPILER_RPATH_FLAG}
.endif

COMPILER_INCLUDE_DIRS?=	${_OPSYS_INCLUDE_DIRS:U/usr/include}
COMPILER_LIB_DIRS?=	${_OPSYS_LIB_DIRS:U/usr/lib${LIBABISUFFIX} /lib${LIBABISUFFIX}}
SYSTEM_DEFAULT_RPATH?=	${_OPSYS_SYSTEM_RPATH:U/usr/lib}

USE_TOOLS?=	# empty

# Provide default values for TOOLs used by the top-level make.
USE_TOOLS+=	[ awk dirname echo grep pwd sed test true

# These tools are used by the top-level make only in certain packages and
# should eventually be moved into those particular package Makefiles.
#
USE_TOOLS+=	date tr

# These are tools used directly by bsd.prefs.mk and files included by
# bsd.prefs.mk.
#
USE_TOOLS+=	awk:pkgsrc cut:pkgsrc echo:pkgsrc pwd:pkgsrc		\
		sed:pkgsrc tr:pkgsrc uname:pkgsrc

.include "${_PKGSRC_TOPDIR}/mk/tools/defaults.mk"

.if ${FETCH_USING} == "auto"
.  if defined(TOOLS_PLATFORM.fetch)
FETCH_USING=	fetch
.  elif defined(TOOLS_PLATFORM.curl)
FETCH_USING=	curl
.  elif defined(TOOLS_PLATFORM.wget)
FETCH_USING=	wget
.  else
FETCH_USING=	ftp
.  endif
.endif

.if !defined(_PKGSRCDIR)
_PKGSRCDIR!=		cd ${_PKGSRC_TOPDIR} && ${PWD_CMD}
MAKEFLAGS+=		_PKGSRCDIR=${_PKGSRCDIR:Q}
.endif
PKGSRCDIR=		${_PKGSRCDIR}

DISTDIR?=		${PKGSRCDIR}/distfiles
PACKAGES?=		${PKGSRCDIR}/packages
TEMPLATES?=		${PKGSRCDIR}/templates

PATCHDIR?=		${.CURDIR}/patches
FILESDIR?=		${.CURDIR}/files
PKGDIR?=		${.CURDIR}

_PKGSRC_DEPS?=		# empty
_BUILTIN_PKGS?=		# empty

# If WRKOBJDIR is set, use that tree to build
.if defined(WRKOBJDIR)
BUILD_DIR?=		${WRKOBJDIR}/${PKGPATH}
.else
BUILD_DIR!=		cd ${.CURDIR} && ${PWD_CMD}
.endif

# If OBJHOSTNAME is set, use first component of hostname in directory name.
# If OBJMACHINE is set, use ${MACHINE_ARCH} in the working directory name.
#
.if defined(OBJHOSTNAME)
.  if !defined(_HOSTNAME)
_HOSTNAME!=		${UNAME} -n
MAKEFLAGS+=		_HOSTNAME=${_HOSTNAME:Q}
.  endif
WRKDIR_BASENAME?=	work.${_HOSTNAME:C|\..*||}
MAKEFLAGS+=		OBJHOSTNAME=${OBJHOSTNAME:Q}
.elif defined(OBJMACHINE)
WRKDIR_BASENAME?=	work.${MACHINE_ARCH}
MAKEFLAGS+=		OBJMACHINE=${OBJMACHINE:Q}
.else
WRKDIR_BASENAME?=	work
.endif

WRKDIR?=		${BUILD_DIR}/${WRKDIR_BASENAME}

# There are many uses for a common log file, so define one that may be
# picked up and used by tools.mk, bsd.buildlink3.mk, etc.
#
WRKLOG?=		${WRKDIR}/.work.log

PKG_DEFAULT_OPTIONS?=	# empty
PKG_OPTIONS?=		# empty

# we want this *before* compiler.mk, so that compiler.mk paths override them
.if ${X11_TYPE} != "modular" && defined(USE_X11)
PREPEND_PATH+=		${X11BASE}/bin
.endif
PREPEND_PATH+=		${LOCALBASE}/bin

.if ${_USE_NEW_PKGINSTALL:Uno} == "no"
# Support alternative init systems.
#
INIT_SYSTEM?=		rc.d
_BUILD_DEFS+=		INIT_SYSTEM
.endif

# Build Position Independent Executables if supported
# Allows the security mitigation of ASLR to be used.
# Impact: very small performance drop.
#
_PKGSRC_MKPIE=	no
.if ${PKGSRC_MKPIE:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${MKPIE_SUPPORTED:Uyes:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${_OPSYS_SUPPORTS_MKPIE:Uno} == "yes"
_PKGSRC_MKPIE=	yes
.endif

# Enable reproducible build flags
# Adjusts debug symbols to omit workdir references
#
_PKGSRC_MKREPRO=	no
.if ${PKGSRC_MKREPRO:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${MKREPRO_SUPPORTED:Uyes:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${_OPSYS_SUPPORTS_MKREPRO:Uno} == "yes"
_PKGSRC_MKREPRO=	yes
.endif

# Enable FORTIFY
# Security mitigation: compile and run-time checks for buffer overflows.
# Impact: performance drop
#
_PKGSRC_USE_FORTIFY=	no
.if ${PKGSRC_USE_FORTIFY:tl} != "no" && \
    ${FORTIFY_SUPPORTED:Uyes:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${_OPSYS_SUPPORTS_FORTIFY:Uno} == "yes"
_PKGSRC_USE_FORTIFY=	yes
.endif

# Use read-only relocations
# Security mitigation: some ELF sections are mapped read-only.
# Impact: increases program startup time as it disables lazy-binding
#
_PKGSRC_USE_RELRO=	no
.if ${PKGSRC_USE_RELRO:tl} != "no" && \
    ${RELRO_SUPPORTED:Uyes:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${_OPSYS_SUPPORTS_RELRO:Uno} == "yes"
_PKGSRC_USE_RELRO=	yes
.endif

# Enable Stack-Smashing Protection
# Security mitigation: add and check canaries on the stack at runtime
# to find buffer overruns.
# Impact: performance drop
#
_PKGSRC_USE_SSP=	no
.if ${PKGSRC_USE_SSP:tl} != "no" && \
    ${SSP_SUPPORTED:Uyes:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${_OPSYS_SUPPORTS_SSP:Uno} == "yes"
_PKGSRC_USE_SSP=	yes
.endif

# Enable stack check
# Generate code to ensure we don't exceed our given stack.
# Impact: performance drop
#
_PKGSRC_USE_STACK_CHECK=no
.if ${PKGSRC_USE_STACK_CHECK:tl} != "no" && \
    ${STACK_CHECK_SUPPORTED:Uyes:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${_OPSYS_SUPPORTS_STACK_CHECK:Uno} == "yes"
_PKGSRC_USE_STACK_CHECK=yes
.endif

# Enable CTF conversion if the user requested it, the OPSYS supports it, there
# is a tool for it, and the package supports it.  We also need to explicitly
# turn on _INSTALL_UNSTRIPPED as conversion is impossible on stripped files.
#
.if ${PKGSRC_USE_CTF:Uno:tl} == "yes" && \
    ${_OPSYS_SUPPORTS_CTF:Uno:tl} == "yes" && \
    defined(TOOLS_PLATFORM.ctfconvert) && \
    ${CTF_SUPPORTED:Uyes:tl} == "yes"
_PKGSRC_USE_CTF=	yes
_INSTALL_UNSTRIPPED=	# defined
.else
_PKGSRC_USE_CTF=	no
.endif

# Enable cwrappers if not building the wrappers themselves, and if the user has
# explicitly requested them, or if they haven't but the compiler/platform is
# known to support them.
.if empty(PKGPATH:Mpkgtools/cwrappers) && \
    (${USE_CWRAPPERS:tl} == "yes" || \
    (${USE_CWRAPPERS:tl} == "auto" && \
     ${_OPSYS_SUPPORTS_CWRAPPERS:Uno} == "yes"))
_USE_CWRAPPERS=		yes
.else
_USE_CWRAPPERS=		no
.endif

# Wrapper framework definitions
.include "wrapper/wrapper-defs.mk"

# Binary emulator framework definitions
.if defined(EMUL_PLATFORMS) && !empty(EMUL_PLATFORMS)
.  include "emulator/emulator-vars.mk"
.endif

# System features framework
.include "features/features-vars.mk"

.if ${_USE_NEW_PKGINSTALL:Uno} != "no"
# Init services framework
.include "init/bsd.init-vars.mk"
.endif

# Package system format definitions
.include "pkgformat/bsd.pkgformat-vars.mk"

# Make variable definitions cache
.include "bsd.makevars.mk"

# If MAKECONF is defined, then pass it down to all recursive make
# processes invoked by pkgsrc.
#
PKGSRC_MAKE_ENV+=	${MAKECONF:DMAKECONF=${MAKECONF:Q}}
RECURSIVE_MAKE=		${PKGSRC_SETENV} ${PKGSRC_MAKE_ENV} ${MAKE}

_VARGROUPS+=		dirs
_USER_VARS.dirs=	DISTDIR LOCALBASE PACKAGES PKG_SYSCONFDIR WRKOBJDIR
_PKG_VARS.dirs=		WRKSRC PATCHDIR FILESDIR PKGDIR
_SYS_VARS.dirs=		WRKDIR DESTDIR PKG_SYSCONFBASEDIR

# List of 64bit operating systems with sizeof(int) != sizeof(void *).
# This can be used with BROKEN_ON_PLATFORM for software that is not
# 64bit clean.
#
# Keywords: BROKEN_ON_PLATFORM 64bit
#
LP64PLATFORMS=		*-*-aarch64 *-*-aarch64eb *-*-alpha *-*-ia64 \
			*-*-powerpc64 *-*-riscv64 *-*-sparc64 *-*-x86_64

# Lists of big-endian and little-endian platforms, to be used with
# BROKEN_ON_PLATFORM.
#
# Keywords: BROKEN_ON_PLATFORM little-endian big-endian endian
#
_BIGENDIANCPUS=		coldfire hppa m68000 m68k mips64eb mipseb or1k \
			powerpc powerpc64 sh3eb sparc sparc64
_LITTLEENDIANCPUS=	alpha i386 ia64 mips64el mipsel powerpc64le riscv32 \
			riscv64 sh3el vax x86_64

# piles of ARM variants
_ARMCPUS+=		arm earm earmhf earmv4 earmv5 earmv6 earmv6hf
_ARMCPUS+=		earmv7 earmv7hf aarch64
_BIGENDIANCPUS+=	${_ARMCPUS:S/$/eb/}
_LITTLEENDIANCPUS+=	${_ARMCPUS}

BIGENDIANPLATFORMS=	${_BIGENDIANCPUS:S/^/*-*-/}
LITTLEENDIANPLATFORMS=	${_LITTLEENDIANCPUS:S/^/*-*-/}


.endif	# BSD_PKG_MK