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Revision 1.169.2.1, Sat Dec 13 19:23:09 2014 UTC (6 years, 2 months ago) by martin
Branch: netbsd-7
CVS Tags: netbsd-7-nhusb-base-20170116, netbsd-7-nhusb-base, netbsd-7-nhusb, netbsd-7-2-RELEASE, netbsd-7-1-RELEASE, netbsd-7-1-RC2, netbsd-7-1-RC1, netbsd-7-1-2-RELEASE, netbsd-7-1-1-RELEASE, netbsd-7-1, netbsd-7-0-RELEASE, netbsd-7-0-RC3, netbsd-7-0-RC2, netbsd-7-0-RC1, netbsd-7-0-2-RELEASE, netbsd-7-0-1-RELEASE, netbsd-7-0
Changes since 1.169: +2 -2 lines

Pull up following revision(s) (requested by nakayama in ticket #317):
	sys/conf/Makefile.kern.inc: revision 1.179
Trim " " at the beginning of version string to follow the change
in rev.1.60 of newvers.sh.
-const char sccs[] = "@(#)${fullversion}";
+const char sccs[] = "@(#)" ${fullversion_source};

#	$NetBSD: Makefile.kern.inc,v 1.169.2.1 2014/12/13 19:23:09 martin Exp $
#
# This file contains common `MI' targets and definitions and it is included
# at the bottom of each `MD' ${MACHINE}/conf/Makefile.${MACHINE}.
#
# Each target in this file should be protected with `if !target(target)'
# or `if !commands(target)' and each variable should only be conditionally
# assigned `VAR ?= VALUE', so that everything can be overriden.
#
# DEBUG is set to -g if debugging.
# PROF is set to -pg if profiling.
#
# To specify debugging, add the config line: makeoptions DEBUG="-g"
# A better way is to specify -g only for a few files.
#
#	makeoptions DEBUGLIST="uvm* trap if_*"
#
# all ports are expected to include bsd.own.mk for toolchain settings

# Default DEBUG to -g if kernel debug info is requested by MKKDEBUG=yes
.if defined(MKKDEBUG) && ${MKKDEBUG} == "yes"
DEBUG?=-g
.endif

##
## (0) toolchain settings for things that aren't part of the standard
## toolchain
##
HOST_SH?=	sh
DBSYM?=		dbsym
MKDEP?=		mkdep
STRIP?=		strip
OBJCOPY?=	objcopy
OBJDUMP?=	objdump
CSCOPE?=	cscope
MKID?=		mkid
UUDECODE?=	${TOOL_UUDECODE:Uuudecode}
HEXDUMP?=	${TOOL_HEXDUMP:Uhexdump}
GENASSYM?=	${TOOL_GENASSYM:Ugenassym}
.MAKEOVERRIDES+=USETOOLS	# make sure proper value is propagated

_MKMSG?=		@\#
_MKSHMSG?=		echo
_MKSHECHO?=		echo
_MKSHNOECHO=		:
_MKMSG_CREATE?=		:
_MKTARGET_COMPILE?=	:
_MKTARGET_CREATE?=	:

##
## (1) port independent source tree identification
##
# source tree is located via $S relative to the compilation directory
.ifndef S
S!=	cd ../../../..; pwd
.endif

##
## (2) compile settings
##
## CPPFLAGS, CFLAGS, and AFLAGS must be set in the port's Makefile
##
INCLUDES?=	-I. ${EXTRA_INCLUDES} -I${S}/../common/include -I$S/arch \
		-I$S -nostdinc
CPPFLAGS+=	${INCLUDES} ${IDENT} ${PARAM} -D_KERNEL -D_KERNEL_OPT
CPPFLAGS+=	-std=gnu99
DEFCOPTS?=	-O2
COPTS?=		${DEFCOPTS}
DBG=		# might contain unwanted -Ofoo
DEFWARNINGS?=	yes
.if (${DEFWARNINGS} == "yes")
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wall -Wno-main -Wno-format-zero-length -Wpointer-arith
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wmissing-prototypes -Wstrict-prototypes
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wold-style-definition
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wswitch -Wshadow
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wcast-qual -Wwrite-strings
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wno-unreachable-code
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wno-pointer-sign -Wno-attributes
.  if ${MACHINE} == "i386" || ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "x86_64" || \
	${MACHINE_ARCH} == "sparc64" || ${MACHINE} == "prep"
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wextra -Wno-unused-parameter
.  endif
.  if ${MACHINE} == "i386" || ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "x86_64"
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wold-style-definition
.  endif
# Add -Wno-sign-compare.  -Wsign-compare is included in -Wall as of GCC 3.3,
# but our sources aren't up for it yet.
CWARNFLAGS+=	-Wno-sign-compare
.endif

CWARNFLAGS.clang+=	-Wno-unknown-pragmas -Wno-conversion \
			-Wno-self-assign

CWARNFLAGS.ah_regdomain.c= ${${ACTIVE_CC} == "clang":? \
    -Wno-shift-count-negative -Wno-shift-count-overflow:}

CWARNFLAGS.ioconf.c= ${${ACTIVE_CC} == "clang":? -Wno-unused-const-variable :}

CFLAGS+=	-ffreestanding -fno-zero-initialized-in-bss
CFLAGS+=	${DEBUG} ${COPTS}
AFLAGS+=	-D_LOCORE -Wa,--fatal-warnings

# XXX
.if defined(HAVE_GCC) || defined(HAVE_LLVM)
CFLAGS+=	-fno-strict-aliasing
CFLAGS+=	-fno-common
.endif

.if ${USE_SSP:Uno} == "yes"
COPTS.kern_ssp.c+=	-fno-stack-protector -D__SSP__
.endif

# for multi-cpu machines, cpu_hatch() straddles the init of
# __stack_chk_guard, so ensure stack protection is disabled
.if ${MACHINE} == "i386" || ${MACHINE_ARCH} == "x86_64"
COPTS.cpu.c+=		-fno-stack-protector
.endif

# Use the per-source COPTS variables to add -g to just those
# files that match the shell patterns given in ${DEBUGLIST}
#
.for i in ${DEBUGLIST}
. for j in ${CFILES:T:M$i.c}
COPTS.${j}+=-g
. endfor
.endfor

# Always compile debugsyms.c with debug information.
# This allows gdb to use type informations.
#
COPTS.debugsyms.c+=	-g

# Add CTF sections for DTrace
.if defined(CTFCONVERT)
COMPILE_CTFCONVERT=	${_MKSHECHO}\
			${CTFCONVERT} ${CTFFLAGS} ${.TARGET} && \
			${CTFCONVERT} ${CTFFLAGS} ${.TARGET}
.else
COMPILE_CTFCONVERT=	${_MKSHNOECHO}
.endif

# compile rules: rules are named ${TYPE}_${SUFFIX} where TYPE is NORMAL or
# NOPROF and SUFFIX is the file suffix, capitalized (e.g. C for a .c file).
NORMAL_C?=	@${_MKSHMSG} "compile  ${.CURDIR:T}/${.TARGET}" && \
		${_MKSHECHO}\
		${CC} ${COPTS.${<:T}} ${CFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS} ${PROF} -c $< && \
		${CC} ${COPTS.${<:T}} ${CFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS} ${PROF} -c $< && \
		${COMPILE_CTFCONVERT}
NOPROF_C?=	@${_MKSHMSG} "compile  ${.CURDIR:T}/${.TARGET}" && \
		${_MKSHECHO}\
		${CC} ${COPTS.${<:T}} ${CFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS} -c $< && \
		${CC} ${COPTS.${<:T}} ${CFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS} -c $< && \
		${COMPILE_CTFCONVERT}
NORMAL_S?=	@${_MKSHMSG} "compile  ${.CURDIR:T}/${.TARGET}" && \
		${_MKSHECHO}\
		${CC} ${AFLAGS} ${AFLAGS.${<:T}} ${CPPFLAGS} -c $< && \
		${CC} ${AFLAGS} ${AFLAGS.${<:T}} ${CPPFLAGS} -c $<

##
## (3) libkern and compat
##
## Set KERN_AS in the port Makefile to "obj" or "library".  The
## default is "library", as documented in $S/lib/libkern/Makefile.inc.
##

### find out what to use for libkern
.include "$S/lib/libkern/Makefile.inc"
.ifndef PROF
LIBKERN?=	${KERNLIB}
.else
LIBKERN?=	${KERNLIB_PROF}
.endif

LIBKERNLN?=	${KERNLIBLN}

### find out what to use for libcompat
.include "$S/compat/common/Makefile.inc"
.ifndef PROF
SYSLIBCOMPAT?=	${COMPATLIB}
.else
SYSLIBCOMPAT?=	${COMPATLIB_PROF}
.endif

SYSLIBCOMPATLN?=	${COMPATLIBLN}

##
## (4) local objects, compile rules, and dependencies
##
## Each port should have a corresponding section with settings for
## MD_CFILES, MD_SFILES, and MD_OBJS, along with build rules for same.
##
MI_CFILES=devsw.c ioconf.c param.c
# the need for a MI_SFILES variable is dubitable at best
MI_OBJS=${MI_CFILES:S/.c/.o/}

param.c: $S/conf/param.c
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	rm -f param.c
	cp $S/conf/param.c .

param.o: Makefile

.for _cfile in ${MI_CFILES}
${_cfile:T:R}.o: ${_cfile}
	${NORMAL_C}
.endfor

##
## (5) link settings
##
## TEXTADDR (or LOADADDRESS), LINKFORMAT, and any EXTRA_LINKFLAGS must
## be set in the port's Makefile.  The port specific definitions for
## LINKFLAGS_NORMAL and LINKFLAGS_DEBUG will added to the LINKFLAGS
## depending on the value of DEBUG.
##
# load lines for config "xxx" will be emitted as:
# xxx: ${SYSTEM_DEP} swapxxx.o
#	${SYSTEM_LD_HEAD}
#	${SYSTEM_LD} swapxxx.o
#	${SYSTEM_LD_TAIL}
SYSTEM_OBJ?=	${MD_OBJS} ${MI_OBJS} ${OBJS:O} ${SYSLIBCOMPAT} ${LIBKERN}
SYSTEM_DEP+=	Makefile ${SYSTEM_OBJ:O} .gdbinit
.if defined(KERNLDSCRIPT)
SYSTEM_DEP+=	${KERNLDSCRIPT}
.endif
.if defined(CTFMERGE)
SYSTEM_CTFMERGE= ${CTFMERGE} ${CTFMFLAGS} -o ${.TARGET} ${SYSTEM_OBJ} ${EXTRA_OBJ} vers.o
.else
SYSTEM_CTFMERGE= ${_MKSHECHO}
.endif
SYSTEM_LD_HEAD?=@rm -f $@
SYSTEM_LD?=	@${_MKSHMSG} "   link  ${.CURDIR:T}/${.TARGET}"; \
		${_MKSHECHO}\
		${LD} -Map $@.map --cref ${LINKFLAGS} -o $@ '$${SYSTEM_OBJ}' '$${EXTRA_OBJ}' vers.o; \
		${LD} -Map $@.map --cref ${LINKFLAGS} -o $@ ${SYSTEM_OBJ} ${EXTRA_OBJ} vers.o

AUTO_SYMTAB_SPACE?=   yes

.if empty(AUTO_SYMTAB_SPACE:M[Yy][Ee][Ss]) || defined(_SYMTAB_SPACE_ADJUSTED)
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL_DBSYM?=	true
.else
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL_DBSYM?=	\
	if grep '^\#define.*SYMTAB_SPACE' opt_ksyms.h > /dev/null; then \
		_modify_opt_ksyms_h () {				\
			${TOOL_SED}					\
	-e 's/^\(\#define.*SYMTAB_SPACE[ 	]*\)[0-9]*/\1'$$1/	\
	-e 's/\(.equiv[ 	]*_KERNEL_OPT_SYMTAB_SPACE,0x\)[0-9a-f]*/\1'$$(printf %x $$1)/ \
			opt_ksyms.h > opt_ksyms.h.ADJ &&		\
			mv opt_ksyms.h.ADJ opt_ksyms.h &&		\
			${MAKE} ${MFLAGS} _SYMTAB_SPACE_ADJUSTED=1 $@;	\
		};							\
		_adj_symtab_space () {				\
			set -- $$(${DBSYM} -p $@); 		\
			echo Symtab size: $$1, space: $$2;	\
			if [ "$$1" -gt "$$2" ]; then		\
				echo Adjusting symtab space;	\
				rm -f $@;			\
				_modify_opt_ksyms_h $$1;	\
			fi;					\
		};						\
		_adj_symtab_space;				\
	fi
.endif

TEXTADDR?=	${LOADADDRESS}			# backwards compatibility
LINKTEXT?=	${TEXTADDR:C/.+/-Ttext &/}
LINKDATA?=	${DATAADDR:C/.+/-Tdata &/}
ENTRYPOINT?=	start
LINKENTRY?=	${ENTRYPOINT:C/.+/-e &/}
LINKFLAGS?=	${LINKFORMAT} ${LINKTEXT} ${LINKDATA} ${LINKENTRY} \
		${EXTRA_LINKFLAGS}

LINKFLAGS_DEBUG?=	-X

#
# If we're relinking due to _SYMTAB_SPACE_ADJUSTED then don't perform
# SYSTEM_LD_TAIL{,_DEBUG}. They'll be done in the parent invocation.
#
.if defined(_SYMTAB_SPACE_ADJUSTED)
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL?=true
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL_DEBUG?=true
.else
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL?=@${SYSTEM_LD_TAIL_DBSYM} ; \
		${TOOL_SED} '/const char sccs/!d;s/.*@(.)//;s/" "//;s/\\.*//' vers.c; \
		${SIZE} $@; chmod 755 $@; \
		${SYSTEM_CTFMERGE}
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL_DEBUG?=; \
		echo mv -f $@ $@.gdb; mv -f $@ $@.gdb; \
		echo ${STRIP} ${STRIPFLAGS} -o $@ $@.gdb; \
		${STRIP} ${STRIPFLAGS} -o $@ $@.gdb
.endif
LINKFLAGS_NORMAL?=	-S
STRIPFLAGS?=	-g

DEBUG?=
.if !empty(DEBUG:M-g*)
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL+=${SYSTEM_LD_TAIL_DEBUG}
LINKFLAGS+=	${LINKFLAGS_DEBUG}
EXTRA_KERNELS+= ${KERNELS:@.KERNEL.@${.KERNEL.}.gdb@}
CTFFLAGS+=	-g
.if !defined(_SYMTAB_SPACE_ADJUSTED)
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL+=; \
	if grep '^\#define.*SYMTAB_SPACE' opt_ksyms.h > /dev/null; then \
		echo "${DBSYM} $@.gdb"; \
		${DBSYM} $@.gdb || (rm -f $@ ; exit 1) || exit 1; \
	fi
.endif
.elifndef PROF
LINKFLAGS+=	${LINKFLAGS_NORMAL}
.endif

#
# More steps to skip if we're relinking due to _SYMTAB_SPACE_ADJUSTED (see
# above)
#
.if !defined(_SYMTAB_SPACE_ADJUSTED)
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL+=; \
	if grep '^\#define.*SYMTAB_SPACE' opt_ksyms.h > /dev/null; then \
		echo "${DBSYM} $@"; \
		${DBSYM} $@ || (rm -f $@ ; exit 1) || exit 1; \
	fi

SYSTEM_LD_HEAD+=${SYSTEM_LD_HEAD_EXTRA}
SYSTEM_LD_TAIL+=${SYSTEM_LD_TAIL_EXTRA}
.endif

##
## (6) port independent targets and dependencies: assym.h, vers.o
##
.if !target(assym.h)
assym.h: ${GENASSYM_CONF} ${GENASSYM_EXTRAS}
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	cat ${GENASSYM_CONF} ${GENASSYM_EXTRAS} | \
	    ${GENASSYM} -- ${CC} ${CFLAGS:N-Wa,*} ${CPPFLAGS} ${PROF} \
	    ${GENASSYM_CPPFLAGS} > assym.h.tmp && \
	mv -f assym.h.tmp assym.h
${MD_SFILES:C/\.[Ss]/.o/} ${SFILES:C/\.[Ss]/.o/}: assym.h
.endif

MKREPRO?=no

.if ${MKREPRO} == "yes"
_NVFLAGS=${NVFLAGS} -r
.else
_NVFLAGS=${NVFLAGS}
.endif

.if !target(vers.o)
newvers: vers.o
vers.o: ${SYSTEM_DEP} ${SYSTEM_SWAP_DEP} $S/conf/newvers.sh \
		$S/conf/osrelease.sh ${_NETBSD_VERSION_DEPENDS}
	${_MKMSG_CREATE} vers.c
	${HOST_SH} $S/conf/newvers.sh ${_NVFLAGS}
	${_MKTARGET_COMPILE}
	${CC} ${CFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS} ${PROF} -c vers.c
	${COMPILE_CTFCONVERT}
.endif

.if defined(MEMORY_DISK_IMAGE)
md_root_image.h: ${MEMORY_DISK_IMAGE}
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	${TOOL_HEXDUMP} -v -e '"\t" 8/1 "0x%02x, " "\n"' ${.ALLSRC} > ${.TARGET}

# XXX This is only needed when building md_root.o
CPPFLAGS+=	-DMEMORY_DISK_IMAGE
md_root.o: md_root_image.h
.endif

# depend on MEMORY_DISK_IMAGE configuration
md_root.o: Makefile

# depend on root or device configuration
autoconf.o conf.o: Makefile

# depend on network or filesystem configuration
uipc_proto.o vfs_conf.o: Makefile

# depend on maxusers and CPU configuration
assym.h machdep.o: Makefile

##
## (7) misc targets: install, clean(dir), depend(all), lint, links, tags,
##                   cscope, mkid
##
## Any ports that have other stuff to be cleaned up should fill in
## EXTRA_CLEAN.  Some ports may want different settings for
## KERNLINTFLAGS, MKDEP_CFLAGS, or MKDEP_AFLAGS.
##
.if !target(__CLEANKERNEL)
__CLEANKERNEL: .USE
	${_MKMSG} "${.TARGET}ing the kernel objects"
	rm -f ${KERNELS} eddep tags *.[io] *.ln [a-z]*.s vers.c \
	    [Ee]rrs linterrs makelinks assym.h.tmp assym.h \
	    ${EXTRA_KERNELS} ${EXTRA_CLEAN}
.endif

.if !target(kernelnames)
kernelnames:
	@echo "${KERNELS} ${EXTRA_KERNELS}"
.endif

.if !target(__CLEANDEPEND)
__CLEANDEPEND: .USE
	echo .depend ${DEPS} | xargs rm -f --
.endif

# do not !target these, the kern and compat Makefiles augment them
cleandir distclean: __CLEANKERNEL __CLEANDEPEND
clean: __CLEANKERNEL
depend: .depend
dependall: depend .WAIT all

.if !target(.depend)
MKDEP_AFLAGS?=	${AFLAGS}
MKDEP_CFLAGS?=	${CFLAGS}
SSRCS=${MD_SFILES} ${SFILES}
CSRCS=${MD_CFILES} ${MI_CFILES} ${CFILES}
SRCS=${SSRCS} ${CSRCS}
DEPS=	${SRCS:T:O:u:R:S/$/.d/g}

.for _s in ${SSRCS}
.if !target(${_s:T:R}.d)
${_s:T:R}.d: ${_s} assym.h
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	${MKDEP} -f ${.TARGET} -- ${MKDEP_AFLAGS} \
	    ${CPPFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS.${_s:T}} ${_s}
.endif
.endfor
.for _s in ${CSRCS}
.if !target(${_s:T:R}.d)
${_s:T:R}.d: ${_s}
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	${MKDEP} -f ${.TARGET} -- ${MKDEP_CFLAGS} \
	    ${CPPFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS.${_s:T}} ${_s}
.endif
.endfor

assym.d: assym.h
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	cat ${GENASSYM_CONF} ${GENASSYM_EXTRAS} | \
	    ${GENASSYM} -- ${MKDEP} -f assym.dep -- \
	    ${CFLAGS:N-Wa,*} ${CPPFLAGS} ${GENASSYM_CPPFLAGS}
	${TOOL_SED} -e 's/.*\.o:.*\.c/assym.h:/' < assym.dep >${.TARGET}
	rm -f assym.dep

DEPS+=	assym.d

.depend: ${DEPS}
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	echo "${.ALLSRC}" | ${MKDEP} -D
.endif

.if !target(lint)
ALLSFILES?=	${MD_SFILES} ${SFILES}
LINTSTUBS?=	${ALLSFILES:T:R:C/^.*$/LintStub_&.c/g}
KERNLINTFLAGS?=	-bcehnxzFS
NORMAL_LN?=	${LINT} ${KERNLINTFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS:M-[IDU]*} -i $<

_lsrc=${CFILES} ${LINTSTUBS} ${MI_CFILES} ${MD_CFILES}
LOBJS?= ${_lsrc:T:S/.c$/.ln/g} ${LIBKERNLN} ${SYSLIBCOMPATLN}

.for _sfile in ${ALLSFILES}
LintStub_${_sfile:T:R}.c: ${_sfile} assym.h
	${_MKTARGET_COMPILE}
	${CC} -E -C ${AFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS} ${_sfile} | \
	      ${TOOL_AWK} -f $S/kern/genlintstub.awk >${.TARGET}
.endfor

.for _cfile in ${CFILES} ${LINTSTUBS} ${MI_CFILES} ${MD_CFILES}
${_cfile:T:R}.ln: ${_cfile}
	${_MKTARGET_COMPILE}
	${NORMAL_LN}
.endfor

lint: ${LOBJS}
	${LINT} ${KERNLINTFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS:M-[IDU]*} ${LOBJS}
.endif

# Attempt to do a syntax-only compile of the entire kernel as one entity.
# Alas, bugs in the GCC C frontend prevent this from completely effective
# but information can be gleaned from the output.
syntax-only: ${CFILES} ${MD_CFILES}
	${CC} -fsyntax-only -combine ${CFLAGS} ${CPPFLAGS} \
		${CFILES} ${MD_CFILES}

# List of kernel images that will be installed into the root file system.
# Some platforms may need to install more than one (e.g. a netbsd.aout file
# to be loaded directly by the firmware), so this can be overriden by them.
KERNIMAGES?=	netbsd

.if !target(install)
# The install target can be redefined by putting a
# install-kernel-${MACHINE_NAME} target into /etc/mk.conf
MACHINE_NAME!=  uname -n
install: install-kernel-${MACHINE_NAME}
.if !target(install-kernel-${MACHINE_NAME})
install-kernel-${MACHINE_NAME}:
.for _K in ${KERNIMAGES}
	rm -f ${DESTDIR}/o${_K}
	ln ${DESTDIR}/${_K} ${DESTDIR}/o${_K}
	cp ${_K} ${DESTDIR}/n${_K}
	mv ${DESTDIR}/n${_K} ${DESTDIR}/${_K}
.endfor
.endif
.endif

.if !target(tags)
tags:
	@echo "see $S/kern/Makefile for tags"
.endif

EXTRA_CLEAN+= cscope.out cscope.tmp
.if !target(cscope.out)
cscope.out: Makefile depend
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	@${TOOL_SED} 's/[^:]*://;s/^ *//;s/ *\\ *$$//;' lib/kern/.depend \
	    | tr -s ' ' '\n' \
	    | ${TOOL_SED} ';s|^../../||;' \
	    > cscope.tmp
	@${TOOL_SED} 's/[^:]*://;s/^ *//;s/ *\\ *$$//;' lib/compat/.depend \
	    | tr -s ' ' '\n' \
	    | ${TOOL_SED} 's|^../../||;' \
	    >> cscope.tmp
	@echo ${SRCS} | cat - cscope.tmp | tr -s ' ' '\n' | sort -u | \
	    ${CSCOPE} -k -i - -b `echo ${INCLUDES} | ${TOOL_SED} s/-nostdinc//`
#	cscope doesn't write cscope.out if it's uptodate, so ensure
#	make doesn't keep calling cscope when not needed.
	@rm -f cscope.tmp; touch cscope.out
.endif

.if !target(cscope)
cscope: cscope.out
	@${CSCOPE} -d
.endif

EXTRA_CLEAN+= ID
.if !target(mkid)
.PHONY: mkid
mkid: ID

ID: Makefile depend
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	@${MKID} \
	    `${TOOL_SED} 's/[^:]*://;s/^ *//;s/ *\\\\ *$$//;' \
			lib/kern/.depend lib/compat/.depend \
		    | tr ' ' '\n' \
		    | ${TOOL_SED} "s|^../../||" \
		    | sort -u` \
	    `${TOOL_SED} 's/[^:]*://;s/^ *//;s/ *\\\\ *$$//;' \
			.depend \
		    | tr ' ' '\n' \
		    | sort -u`

.endif

.include "${S}/gdbscripts/Makefile.inc"

EXTRA_CLEAN+= .gdbinit
.gdbinit: Makefile ${S}/gdbscripts/Makefile.inc
	${_MKTARGET_CREATE}
	rm -f .gdbinit
.for __gdbinit in ${SYS_GDBINIT}
	echo "source ${S}/gdbscripts/${__gdbinit}" >> .gdbinit
.endfor
.if defined(GDBINIT) && !empty(GDBINIT)
.for __gdbinit in ${GDBINIT}
	echo "source ${__gdbinit}" >> .gdbinit
.endfor
.endif

# The following files use alloca(3) or variable array allocations.
# Their full name is noted as documentation.
VARSTACK=kern/uipc_socket.c miscfs/genfs/genfs_vnops.c \
    nfs/nfs_bio.c uvm/uvm_bio.c \
    uvm/uvm_pager.c dev/ic/aic7xxx.c dev/ic/aic79xx.c arch/xen/i386/gdt.c \
    dev/ofw/ofw_subr.c

.for __varstack in ${VARSTACK}
COPTS.${__varstack:T} += -Wno-stack-protector
.endfor

AFLAGS+=	${AOPTS.${.IMPSRC:T}}
CFLAGS+=	${COPTS.${.IMPSRC:T}} ${CPUFLAGS.${.IMPSRC:T}}
CPPFLAGS+=	${CPPFLAGS.${.IMPSRC:T}}
CWARNFLAGS+=	${CWARNFLAGS.${.IMPSRC:T}}

.include <bsd.files.mk>
.include <bsd.clang-analyze.mk>

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