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version 1.193, 2002/12/21 16:43:33 version 1.203, 2003/04/04 01:16:28
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 #  #
 # Targets:  # Targets:
 #   build:  #   build:
 #       Builds a full release of NetBSD in DESTDIR.  If BUILD_DONE is  #       Builds a full release of NetBSD in DESTDIR, except for the
 #       set, this is an empty target.  #       /etc configuration files.
   #       If BUILD_DONE is set, this is an empty target.
   #   distribution:
   #       Builds a full release of NetBSD in DESTDIR, including the /etc
   #       configuration files.
   #   buildworld:
   #       As per `make distribution', except that it ensures that DESTDIR
   #       is not the root directory.
   #   installworld:
   #       Install the distribution from DESTDIR to INSTALLWORLDDIR (which
   #       defaults to the root directory).  Ensures that INSTALLWORLDDIR
   #       is the not root directory if cross compiling.
 #   release:  #   release:
 #       Does a `make build,' and then tars up the DESTDIR files  #       Does a `make build', and then tars up the DESTDIR files
 #       into RELEASEDIR, in release(7) format. (See etc/Makefile for  #       into RELEASEDIR/${MACHINE}, in release(7) format.
 #       more information on this.)  #       (See etc/Makefile for more information on this.)
 #   regression-tests:  #   regression-tests:
 #       Runs the regression tests in "regress" on this host.  #       Runs the regression tests in "regress" on this host.
 #  #
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 #   cleandir:        cleans the tree.  #   cleandir:        cleans the tree.
 #   obj:             creates object directories.  #   obj:             creates object directories.
 #   do-tools:        builds host toolchain.  #   do-tools:        builds host toolchain.
   #   do-tools-compat: builds the "libnbcompat" library; needed for some
   #                    random host tool programs in the source tree.
 #   do-distrib-dirs: creates the distribution directories.  #   do-distrib-dirs: creates the distribution directories.
 #   includes:        installs include files.  #   includes:        installs include files.
 #   do-lib-csu:      builds and installs prerequisites from lib/csu.  #   do-lib-csu:      builds and installs prerequisites from lib/csu.
 #   do-lib-libc:     builds and installs prerequisites from lib/libc.  #   do-lib-libc:     builds and installs prerequisites from lib/libc.
   #   do-lib-libcrypt: builds and installs prerequisites from lib/libcrypt.
 #   do-lib:          builds and installs prerequisites from lib.  #   do-lib:          builds and installs prerequisites from lib.
 #   do-gnu-lib:      builds and installs prerequisites from gnu/lib.  #   do-gnu-lib:      builds and installs prerequisites from gnu/lib.
 #   do-ld.so:        builds and installs prerequisites from libexec/ld.*_so.  #   do-ld.so:        builds and installs prerequisites from libexec/ld.*_so.
Line 150  BUILDTARGETS+= do-distrib-dirs
Line 164  BUILDTARGETS+= do-distrib-dirs
 .if !defined(NOINCLUDES)  .if !defined(NOINCLUDES)
 BUILDTARGETS+=  includes  BUILDTARGETS+=  includes
 .endif  .endif
 BUILDTARGETS+=  do-lib-csu do-lib-libc do-lib do-gnu-lib do-ld.so do-build  BUILDTARGETS+=  do-tools-compat
   BUILDTARGETS+=  do-lib-csu do-lib-libc do-lib-libcrypt do-lib do-gnu-lib do-ld.so do-build
   BUILDTARGETS+=  do-obsolete
   
 #  #
 # Enforce proper ordering of some rules.  # Enforce proper ordering of some rules.
Line 184  build:
Line 200  build:
 #  #
   
 distribution buildworld:  distribution buildworld:
 .if make(buildworld) && (${DESTDIR} == "" || ${DESTDIR} == "/")  .if make(buildworld) && \
       (!defined(DESTDIR) || ${DESTDIR} == "" || ${DESTDIR} == "/")
         @echo "Won't make ${.TARGET} with DESTDIR=/"          @echo "Won't make ${.TARGET} with DESTDIR=/"
         @false          @false
 .endif  .endif
Line 206  HOST_UNAME_S!= uname -s
Line 223  HOST_UNAME_S!= uname -s
 HOST_UNAME_M!=  uname -m  HOST_UNAME_M!=  uname -m
   
 installworld:  installworld:
 .if (${DESTDIR} == "" || ${DESTDIR} == "/")  .if (!defined(DESTDIR) || ${DESTDIR} == "" || ${DESTDIR} == "/")
         @echo "Can't make ${.TARGET} to DESTDIR=/"          @echo "Can't make ${.TARGET} to DESTDIR=/"
         @false          @false
 .endif  .endif
Line 229  installworld:
Line 246  installworld:
         @printf "make ${.TARGET} finished at: " && date          @printf "make ${.TARGET} finished at: " && date
   
 #  #
   # Create sets from $DESTDIR into $RELEASEDIR
   #
   
   sets:
           (cd ${.CURDIR}/distrib/sets && ${MAKE} maketars)
   
   #
 # Build a release or snapshot (implies "make build").  Note that  # Build a release or snapshot (implies "make build").  Note that
 # in this case, the set lists will be checked before the tar files  # in this case, the set lists will be checked before the tar files
 # are made.  # are made.
Line 267  do-${targ}: ${targ}
Line 291  do-${targ}: ${targ}
         @true          @true
 .endfor  .endfor
   
 .for dir in tools lib/csu lib/libc lib gnu/lib  .for dir in tools tools/compat lib/csu lib/libc lib/libcrypt lib gnu/lib
 do-${dir:S/\//-/}:  do-${dir:S/\//-/}:
 .for targ in dependall install  .for targ in dependall install
         (cd ${.CURDIR}/${dir} && ${MAKE} ${targ})          (cd ${.CURDIR}/${dir} && ${MAKE} ${targ})
Line 289  do-build:
Line 313  do-build:
         (cd ${.CURDIR} && ${MAKE} ${targ} BUILD_tools=no BUILD_lib=no)          (cd ${.CURDIR} && ${MAKE} ${targ} BUILD_tools=no BUILD_lib=no)
 .endfor  .endfor
   
   do-obsolete:
           (cd ${.CURDIR}/etc && ${MAKE} install-obsolete-lists)
   
 #  #
 # Speedup stubs for some subtrees that don't need to run these rules.  # Speedup stubs for some subtrees that don't need to run these rules.
 # (Tells <bsd.subdir.mk> not to recurse for them.)  # (Tells <bsd.subdir.mk> not to recurse for them.)

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