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version 1.93, 1999/03/10 19:10:14 version 1.97, 1999/05/27 21:03:31
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 #       $NetBSD$  #       $NetBSD$
   
   # This is the top-level makefile for building NetBSD. For an outline of
   # how to build a snapshot or release, as well as other release engineering
   # information, see http://www.netbsd.org/developers/releng/index.html
   #
   # Not everything you can set or do is documented in this makefile. In
   # particular, you should review the files in /usr/share/mk (especially
   # bsd.README) for general information on building programs and writing
   # Makefiles within this structure, and see the comments in src/etc/Makefile
   # for further information on installation and release set options.
   #
   # Variables listed below can be set on the make command line (highest
   # priority), in /etc/mk.conf (middle priority), or in the environment
   # (lowest priority).
   #
   # Variables:
   #   NBUILDJOBS is the number of jobs to start in parallel during a
   #       'make build'. It defaults to 1.
   #   MKMAN, if set to `no', will prevent building of manual pages.
   #   MKSHARE, if set to `no', will prevent building and installing
   #       anything in /usr/share.
   #   UPDATE will avoid a `make cleandir' at the start of `make build',
   #       as well as having the effects listed in /usr/share/mk/bsd.README.
   #   DESTDIR is the target directory for installation of the compiled
   #       software. It defaults to /. Note that programs are built against
   #       libraries installed in DESTDIR.
   #   EXPORTABLE_SYSTEM, when set, ensures that non-exportable crypto code
   #       is not compiled or installed. EXPORTABLE_SYSTEM is ignored if
   #       the `domestic/crypto-us' subtree does not exist.
   #   FORCE_DOMESTIC, when set, forces a descent into the domestic/crypto-us tree
   #       when handling the `all', `includes', and `install' targets. This
   #       flag is incompatible with the `build' target. It's generally a
   #       bad idea to use FORCE_DOMESTIC unless the ramifications are well
   #       understood, and should never be enabled by default. FORCE_DOMESTIC
   #       is ignored if the `domestic/crypto-us' subtree does not exist.
   #
   # Targets:
   #   build: builds a full release of netbsd in DESTDIR.
   #   release: does a `make build,' and then tars up the DESTDIR files
   #       into RELEASEDIR, in release(7) format. (See etc/Makefile for
   #       more information on this.)
   #   snapshot: a synonym for release.
   
 .include <bsd.own.mk>                   # for configuration variables.  .include <bsd.own.mk>                   # for configuration variables.
   
 # Configurations variables (can be set either in /etc/mk.conf or  
 # as environement variable  
 # NBUILDJOBS:   the number of jobs to start in parallel in a 'make build'.  
 #               defaults to 1  
 # MKMAN:        if set to no, don't build and install man pages  
 # MKSHARE:      if set to no, don't build or install /usr/share stuffs  
 # UPDATE:       if set to 1, don't do a 'make cleandir' before compile  
 # DESTDIR:      The target directory for installation (default to '/',  
 #               which mean the current system is updated).  
   
 HAVE_GCC28!=    ${CXX} --version | egrep "^(2\.8|egcs)" ; echo  HAVE_GCC28!=    ${CXX} --version | egrep "^(2\.8|egcs)" ; echo
   
Line 30  SUBDIR+= gnu
Line 63  SUBDIR+= gnu
 # This is needed for libstdc++ and gen-params.  # This is needed for libstdc++ and gen-params.
 includes-gnu: includes-include includes-sys  includes-gnu: includes-include includes-sys
   
 # Descend into the domestic tree if it exists AND  # Descend into the domestic/crypto-us tree if it exists AND
 #  1) the target is clean, cleandir, or obj, OR  #  1) the target is clean, cleandir, or obj, OR
 #  2) the the target is install or includes AND  #  2) the the target is install or includes AND
 #    NOT compiling only "exportable" code AND  #     NOT compiling only "exportable" code AND
 #    doing it as part of installing a distribution.  #     doing it as part of installing a distribution, OR
   #  3) we Really Know what we're doing.  (Really!)
   #
   # NOTE:  due to the use of the make(foo) construct here, using the
   # clean, cleandir, and obj targets on the command line in conjunction
   # with any other target may produce unexpected results.
   
   .if exists(domestic)
   DOMESTIC=domestic
   .elif exists(crypto-us)
   DOMESTIC=crypto-us
   .endif
   
 .if exists(domestic) && \  .if defined(DOMESTIC) && \
     (make(clean) || make(cleandir) || make(obj) || \      (make(clean) || make(cleandir) || make(obj) || \
     ((make(includes) || make(install)) && \      ((make(includes) || make(install)) && \
     !defined(EXPORTABLE_SYSTEM) && defined(_DISTRIB)))          !defined(EXPORTABLE_SYSTEM) && defined(_DISTRIB)) || \
 SUBDIR+= domestic      defined(FORCE_DOMESTIC))
   SUBDIR+= ${DOMESTIC}
 .endif  .endif
   
 .if exists(regress)  .if exists(regress)
Line 76  whatis.db:
Line 121  whatis.db:
 # as the build will automatically remove/replace the non-pkg entries there.  # as the build will automatically remove/replace the non-pkg entries there.
   
 build: beforeinstall  build: beforeinstall
   .if defined(FORCE_DOMESTIC)
           @echo '*** CAPUTE!'
           @echo '    The FORCE_DOMESTIC flag is not compatible with "make build".'
           @echo '    Please correct the problem and try again.'
           @false
   .endif
 .if ${MKSHARE} != "no"  .if ${MKSHARE} != "no"
         (cd ${.CURDIR}/share/mk && ${MAKE} install)          (cd ${.CURDIR}/share/mk && ${MAKE} install)
         (cd ${.CURDIR}/share/tmac && ${MAKE} && ${MAKE} install)          (cd ${.CURDIR}/share/tmac && ${MAKE} && ${MAKE} install)
Line 106  build: beforeinstall
Line 157  build: beforeinstall
             ${MAKE} depend && ${MAKE} ${_J} MKMAN=no MKINFO=no && \              ${MAKE} depend && ${MAKE} ${_J} MKMAN=no MKINFO=no && \
             ${MAKE} MKMAN=no MKINFO=no install)              ${MAKE} MKMAN=no MKINFO=no install)
         ${MAKE} depend && ${MAKE} ${_J} && ${MAKE} _BUILD= install          ${MAKE} depend && ${MAKE} ${_J} && ${MAKE} _BUILD= install
 .if exists(domestic) && !defined(EXPORTABLE_SYSTEM)  .if defined(DOMESTIC) && !defined(EXPORTABLE_SYSTEM)
         (cd ${.CURDIR}/domestic && ${MAKE} ${_J} _SLAVE_BUILD= build)          (cd ${.CURDIR}/${DOMESTIC} && ${MAKE} ${_J} _SLAVE_BUILD= build)
 .endif  .endif
         ${MAKE} whatis.db          ${MAKE} whatis.db
         @echo -n "Build finished at: "          @echo -n "Build finished at: "

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