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Revision 1.13, Thu Jul 23 08:03:25 2015 UTC (4 years ago) by mrg
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pgoyette-localcount-base, pgoyette-localcount-20161104, pgoyette-localcount-20160806, pgoyette-localcount-20160726, localcount-20160914
Branch point for: pgoyette-localcount
Changes since 1.12: +2 -2 lines

remove the xfree86 reachover makefiles and the vast majority of
the support in the rest of the source tree.

X11 sets could use some cleaning up perhaps (just deletion, as
we've never really marked the old X11R6 as obsolete for native
xorg using platforms so far either.)

#	$NetBSD: Makefile.params,v 1.13 2015/07/23 08:03:25 mrg Exp $
#
# Makefile fragment for printing build parameters.
#
# Public variables:
#	RELEASEVARS
#		List of variables whose value should be printed.
#
#	PRINT_PARAMS
#		A command to print the desired variables and values
#		to stdout, without any additional debugging information.
#		Values are printed as single-quoted strings, with
#		embedded quotes and newlines escaped in a way that's
#		acceptable to sh(1).  Undefined values are printed
#		as "(undefined)" (without quotation marks).
#
# Internal targets:
# 	_params:
#		Prints the names and values of all the variables
#		listed in ${RELEASEVARS}.  The desired results may be
#		redirected somewhere other than stdout, for example by
#		setting _params_redirect='>&3'.	 stdout and stderr may
#		contain unwanted debugging information, from make and
#		the shell.
#
# Internal variables:
#	_params_redirect:
#		If set, this should be a shell redirection specification, such
#		as '>&3', controlling where the output from "make _params" will
#		be sent.
#
# Example:
#	. ${NETBSDSRCDIR}/etc/Makefile.params
#	show-params: .MAKE .PHONY # print params to stdout
#		@${PRINT_PARAMS}
#

.include <bsd.own.mk>	# for some variables

RELEASEVARS=	BSDOBJDIR BSDSRCDIR BUILDID BUILDINFO BUILDSEED \
		DESTDIR DISTRIBVER EXTERNAL_TOOLCHAIN HAVE_GCC HAVE_GDB \
		HAVE_LLVM HAVE_PCC INSTALLWORLDDIR \
		KERNARCHDIR KERNCONFDIR KERNOBJDIR KERNSRCDIR \
		MACHINE MACHINE_ARCH MAKE MAKECONF MAKEFLAGS \
		MAKEOBJDIR MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX MAKEVERBOSE \
		MKARZERO MKATF MKBFD MKBINUTILS MKCATPAGES \
		MKCRYPTO MKCRYPTO_RC5 MKCTF MKCVS \
		MKDEBUG MKDEBUGLIB MKDOC MKDTRACE MKDYNAMICROOT \
		MKGCC MKGCCCMDS MKGDB \
		MKHESIOD MKHTML MKIEEEFP MKINET6 MKINFO MKIPFILTER \
		MKKERBEROS MKKYUA MKLDAP MKLINKLIB MKLINT MKLLVM \
		MKMAN MKMANZ MKMDNS MKNLS MKNPF MKOBJ MKOBJDIRS \
		MKPAM MKPCC MKPF MKPIC MKPICINSTALL MKPICLIB MKPOSTFIX \
		MKPROFILE MKREPRO \
		MKSHARE MKSKEY MKSOFTFLOAT MKSTATICLIB \
		MKUNPRIVED MKUPDATE MKX11 MKYP \
		NBUILDJOBS NETBSDSRCDIR \
		NOCLEANDIR NODISTRIBDIRS NOINCLUDES \
		OBJMACHINE \
		RELEASEDIR RELEASEMACHINEDIR TOOLCHAIN_MISSING TOOLDIR \
		USE_HESIOD USE_INET6 USE_JEMALLOC USE_KERBEROS USE_LDAP \
		USE_PAM USE_SKEY USE_YP \
		USETOOLS USR_OBJMACHINE \
		X11SRCDIR


#
# Duplicate the DISTRIBVER setting from src/etc/Makefile.
#
.ifndef DISTRIBVER
DISTRIBVER!=	${HOST_SH} ${NETBSDSRCDIR}/sys/conf/osrelease.sh
.endif

#
# _params does the printing.
#
_params_redirect?= # empty

_params: .PHONY
.for var in ${RELEASEVARS}
.if defined(${var})
	@printf "%20s = '%-s'\n" ${var} ${${var}:C/'/'\\\\''/gW:Q} \
	    ${_params_redirect}
.else
	@printf "%20s = (undefined)\n" ${var} \
	    ${_params_redirect}
.endif
.endfor

# PRINT_PARAMS:
#
# The output from the "make _params" can include the following types of
# unwanted lines:
#
#     make -j prints "--- _params ---";
#
#     if MAKEVERBOSE is set to 3 or more then make prints each "printf"
#     command in addition to executing it;
#
#     if MAKEVERBOSE is set to 4 then the shell prints each command
#     (prefixed with "+").
#
# So the resulting output can look like this:
#
#	--- _params ---
#	+ echo 'printf "%20s = '\''%-s'\''\n" BSDOBJDIR /usr/obj'
#	printf "%20s = '%-s'\n" BSDOBJDIR /usr/obj
#	+ printf '%20s = '\''%-s'\''\n' BSDOBJDIR /usr/obj
#	           BSDOBJDIR = '/usr/obj'
#	+ echo 'printf "%20s = '\''%-s'\''\n" BSDSRCDIR /usr/src'
#	printf "%20s = '%-s'\n" BSDSRCDIR /usr/src
#	+ printf '%20s = '\''%-s'\''\n' BSDSRCDIR /usr/src
#	           BSDSRCDIR = '/usr/src'
#	[...]
#
# where what we want is just this:
#
#	           BSDOBJDIR = '/usr/obj'
#	           BSDSRCDIR = '/usr/src'
#	           [...]
#
# The shell redirections in ${PRINT_PARAMS} ensure that the unwanted
# noise is discarded (via ">/dev/null"), while the desired information
# ends up on the subshell's stdout (via ">&3" and "3>&1").  The value
# of _params_redirect is passed in the environment instead of on the
# command line, to prevent it from appearing in MAKEFLAGS (which would
# appear in the output).
#
PRINT_PARAMS:=	(_params_redirect='>&3' ${MAKE} -f ${.PARSEDIR:Q}/${.PARSEFILE:Q} _params 3>&1 >/dev/null)