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# Makefile for GNU Ada Compiler (GNAT).
# Copyright (C) 1994-2018 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#This file is part of GCC.
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#along with GCC; see the file COPYING3. If not see
#<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
# The makefile built from this file lives in the language subdirectory.
# Its purpose is to provide support for:
#
# 1) recursion where necessary, and only then (building .o's), and
# 2) building and debugging cc1 from the language subdirectory, and
# 3) nothing else.
#
# The parent makefile handles all other chores, with help from the
# language makefile fragment, of course.
#
# The targets for external use are:
# all, TAGS, ???mostlyclean, ???clean.
# This makefile will only work with Gnu make.
# The rules are written assuming a minimum subset of tools are available:
#
# Required:
# MAKE: Only Gnu make will work.
# MV: Must accept (at least) one, maybe wildcard, source argument,
# a file or directory destination, and support creation/
# modification date preservation. Gnu mv -f works.
# RM: Must accept an arbitrary number of space separated file
# arguments, or one wildcard argument. Gnu rm works.
# RMDIR: Must delete a directory and all its contents. Gnu rm -rf works.
# ECHO: Must support command line redirection. Any Unix-like
# shell will typically provide this, otherwise a custom version
# is trivial to write.
# AR: Gnu ar works.
# MKDIR: Gnu mkdir works.
# CHMOD: Gnu chmod works.
# true: Does nothing and returns a normal successful return code.
# pwd: Prints the current directory on stdout.
# cd: Change directory.
#
# Optional:
# BISON: Gnu bison works.
# FLEX: Gnu flex works.
# Other miscellaneous tools for obscure targets.
# Suppress smart makes who think they know how to automake Yacc files
.y.c:
# Variables that exist for you to override.
# See below for how to change them for certain systems.
# Various ways of specifying flags for compilations:
# CFLAGS is for the user to override to, e.g., do a bootstrap with -O2.
# BOOT_CFLAGS is the value of CFLAGS to pass
# to the stage2 and stage3 compilations
CFLAGS = -g
BOOT_CFLAGS = -O $(CFLAGS)
# These exists to be overridden by the t-* files, respectively.
T_CFLAGS =
CC = cc
BISON = bison
BISONFLAGS =
ECHO = echo
LEX = flex
LEXFLAGS =
CHMOD = chmod
LN = ln
LN_S = ln -s
CP = cp -p
MV = mv -f
RM = rm -f
RMDIR = rm -rf
MKDIR = mkdir -p
AR = ar
AR_FLAGS = rc
LS = ls
RANLIB = @RANLIB@
RANLIB_FLAGS = @ranlib_flags@
AWK = @AWK@
COMPILER = $(CC)
COMPILER_FLAGS = $(CFLAGS)
SHELL = @SHELL@
PWD_COMMAND = $${PWDCMD-pwd}
# How to copy preserving the date
INSTALL_DATA_DATE = cp -p
MAKEINFO = makeinfo
TEXI2DVI = texi2dvi
TEXI2PDF = texi2pdf
GNATBIND_FLAGS = -static -x
ADA_CFLAGS =
ADAFLAGS = -W -Wall -gnatpg -gnata -gnatU
FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS = -g
NO_INLINE_ADAFLAGS = -fno-inline
NO_OMIT_ADAFLAGS = -fno-omit-frame-pointer
NO_SIBLING_ADAFLAGS = -fno-optimize-sibling-calls
NO_REORDER_ADAFLAGS = -fno-toplevel-reorder
GNATLIBFLAGS = -W -Wall -gnatg -nostdinc
GNATLIBCFLAGS = -g -O2
# Pretend that _Unwind_GetIPInfo is available for the target by default. This
# should be autodetected during the configuration of libada and passed down to
# here, but we need something for --disable-libada and hope for the best.
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C = \
-W -Wall $(GNATLIBCFLAGS) -fexceptions -DIN_RTS -DHAVE_GETIPINFO
PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET = @PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET@
ALL_ADAFLAGS = $(CFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) $(ADAFLAGS)
THREAD_KIND = native
THREADSLIB =
GMEM_LIB =
MISCLIB =
OUTPUT_OPTION = -o $@
objext = .o
exeext =
arext = .a
soext = .so
shext =
hyphen = -
# program_transform_name and objdir are set by configure.ac.
program_transform_name =
objdir = .
target_alias=@target_alias@
target=@target@
target_cpu=@target_cpu@
target_vendor=@target_vendor@
target_os=@target_os@
host_cpu=@host_cpu@
host_vendor=@host_vendor@
host_os=@host_os@
target_cpu_default = @target_cpu_default@
xmake_file = @xmake_file@
tmake_file = @tmake_file@
#version=`sed -e 's/.*\"\([^ \"]*\)[ \"].*/\1/' < $(srcdir)/version.c`
#mainversion=`sed -e 's/.*\"\([0-9]*\.[0-9]*\).*/\1/' < $(srcdir)/version.c`
# Directory where sources are, from where we are.
VPATH = $(srcdir)/ada
# Full path to top source directory
# In particular this is used to access libgcc headers, so that references to
# these headers from GNAT runtime objects have path names in debugging info
# that are consistent with libgcc objects. Also used for other references to
# the top source directory for consistency.
ftop_srcdir := $(shell cd $(srcdir)/..;${PWD_COMMAND})
fsrcdir := $(shell cd $(srcdir);${PWD_COMMAND})
fsrcpfx := $(shell cd $(srcdir);${PWD_COMMAND})/
fcurdir := $(shell ${PWD_COMMAND})
fcurpfx := $(shell ${PWD_COMMAND})/
# Top build directory, relative to here.
top_builddir = ../..
# Internationalization library.
LIBINTL = @LIBINTL@
LIBINTL_DEP = @LIBINTL_DEP@
# Character encoding conversion library.
LIBICONV = @LIBICONV@
LIBICONV_DEP = @LIBICONV_DEP@
# Any system libraries needed just for GNAT.
SYSLIBS = @GNAT_LIBEXC@
# List extra gnattools
EXTRA_GNATTOOLS =
# List of target dependent sources, overridden below as necessary
TARGET_ADA_SRCS =
# Type of tools build we are doing; default is not compiling tools.
TOOLSCASE =
# main GNAT source directory
GNAT_SRC=$(fsrcpfx)ada
# Multilib handling
MULTISUBDIR =
RTSDIR = rts$(subst /,_,$(MULTISUBDIR))
# Link flags used to build gnat tools. By default we prefer to statically
# link with libgcc to avoid a dependency on shared libgcc (which is tricky
# to deal with as it may conflict with the libgcc provided by the system).
GCC_LINK_FLAGS=-static-libstdc++ -static-libgcc
# End of variables for you to override.
all: all.indirect
# This tells GNU Make version 3 not to put all variables in the environment.
.NOEXPORT:
# target overrides
ifneq ($(tmake_file),)
include $(tmake_file)
endif
# host overrides
ifneq ($(xmake_file),)
include $(xmake_file)
endif
# Now figure out from those variables how to compile and link.
all.indirect: Makefile ../gnat1$(exeext)
# IN_GCC is meant to distinguish between code compiled into GCC itself, i.e.
# for the host, and the rest. But we also use it for the tools (link.c) and
# even break the host/target wall by using it for the library (targext.c).
# autoconf inserts -DCROSS_DIRECTORY_STRUCTURE if we are building a cross
# compiler which does not use the native libraries and headers.
INTERNAL_CFLAGS = @CROSS@ -DIN_GCC
# This is the variable actually used when we compile.
ALL_CFLAGS = $(INTERNAL_CFLAGS) $(T_CFLAGS) $(CFLAGS)
# Likewise.
ALL_CPPFLAGS = $(CPPFLAGS)
# Used with $(COMPILER).
ALL_COMPILERFLAGS = $(ALL_CFLAGS)
# This is where we get libiberty.a from.
LIBIBERTY = ../../libiberty/libiberty.a
# We need to link against libbacktrace because diagnostic.c in
# libcommon.a uses it.
LIBBACKTRACE = ../../libbacktrace/.libs/libbacktrace.a
# How to link with both our special library facilities
# and the system's installed libraries.
LIBS = $(LIBINTL) $(LIBICONV) $(LIBBACKTRACE) $(LIBIBERTY) $(SYSLIBS)
LIBDEPS = $(LIBINTL_DEP) $(LIBICONV_DEP) $(LIBBACKTRACE) $(LIBIBERTY)
# Default is no TGT_LIB; one might be passed down or something
TGT_LIB =
TOOLS_LIBS = ../version.o ../link.o ../targext.o ../../ggc-none.o \
../../libcommon-target.a ../../libcommon.a ../../../libcpp/libcpp.a \
$(LIBGNAT) $(LIBINTL) $(LIBICONV) ../$(LIBBACKTRACE) ../$(LIBIBERTY) \
$(SYSLIBS) $(TGT_LIB)
# Add -no-pie to TOOLS_LIBS since some of them are compiled with -fno-PIE.
TOOLS_LIBS += @NO_PIE_FLAG@
# Specify the directories to be searched for header files.
# Both . and srcdir are used, in that order,
# so that tm.h and config.h will be found in the compilation
# subdirectory rather than in the source directory.
INCLUDES = -iquote . -iquote .. -iquote $(srcdir)/ada -iquote $(srcdir) \
-I $(ftop_srcdir)/include $(GMPINC)
ADA_INCLUDES = -I- -I. -I$(srcdir)/ada
# Likewise, but valid for subdirectories of the current dir.
# FIXME: for VxWorks, we cannot add $(fsrcdir) because the regs.h file in
# that directory conflicts with a system header file.
ifneq ($(findstring vxworks,$(target_os)),)
INCLUDES_FOR_SUBDIR = -iquote . -iquote .. -iquote ../.. \
-iquote $(fsrcdir)/ada \
-I$(ftop_srcdir)/include $(GMPINC)
else
INCLUDES_FOR_SUBDIR = -iquote . -iquote .. -iquote ../.. \
-iquote $(fsrcdir)/ada -iquote $(fsrcdir) \
-I$(ftop_srcdir)/include $(GMPINC)
endif
ADA_INCLUDES_FOR_SUBDIR = -I. -I$(fsrcdir)/ada
# Avoid a lot of time thinking about remaking Makefile.in and *.def.
.SUFFIXES: .in .def
# Say how to compile Ada programs.
.SUFFIXES: .ada .adb .ads .asm
# Always use -I$(srcdir)/config when compiling.
.asm.o:
$(CC) -c -x assembler $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
.c.o:
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) $(ALL_CPPFLAGS) \
$(INCLUDES) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
.adb.o:
$(CC) -c $(ALL_ADAFLAGS) $(ADA_INCLUDES) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
.ads.o:
$(CC) -c $(ALL_ADAFLAGS) $(ADA_INCLUDES) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
# how to regenerate this file
Makefile: ../config.status $(srcdir)/ada/gcc-interface/Makefile.in $(srcdir)/ada/Makefile.in $(srcdir)/ada/version.c
cd ..; \
LANGUAGES="$(CONFIG_LANGUAGES)" \
CONFIG_HEADERS= \
CONFIG_FILES="ada/gcc-interface/Makefile ada/Makefile" $(SHELL) config.status
# This tells GNU make version 3 not to export all the variables
# defined in this file into the environment.
.NOEXPORT:
# Lists of files for various purposes.
GNATLINK_OBJS = gnatlink.o \
a-except.o ali.o alloc.o butil.o casing.o csets.o debug.o fmap.o fname.o \
gnatvsn.o hostparm.o indepsw.o interfac.o i-c.o i-cstrin.o namet.o opt.o \
osint.o output.o rident.o s-exctab.o s-secsta.o s-stalib.o s-stoele.o \
sdefault.o snames.o stylesw.o switch.o system.o table.o targparm.o \
types.o validsw.o widechar.o
GNATMAKE_OBJS = a-except.o ali.o ali-util.o aspects.o s-casuti.o alloc.o \
atree.o binderr.o butil.o casing.o csets.o debug.o elists.o einfo.o errout.o \
erroutc.o errutil.o err_vars.o fmap.o fname.o fname-uf.o fname-sf.o \
gnatmake.o gnatvsn.o hostparm.o interfac.o i-c.o i-cstrin.o krunch.o lib.o \
make.o makeusg.o make_util.o namet.o nlists.o opt.o osint.o osint-m.o \
output.o restrict.o rident.o s-exctab.o \
s-secsta.o s-stalib.o s-stoele.o scans.o scng.o sdefault.o sfn_scan.o \
s-purexc.o s-htable.o scil_ll.o sem_aux.o sinfo.o sinput.o sinput-c.o \
snames.o stand.o stringt.o styleg.o stylesw.o system.o validsw.o \
switch.o switch-m.o table.o targparm.o tempdir.o types.o uintp.o \
uname.o urealp.o usage.o widechar.o \
seinfo.o einfo-entities.o einfo-utils.o sinfo-nodes.o sinfo-utils.o \
$(EXTRA_GNATMAKE_OBJS)
# Make arch match the current multilib so that the RTS selection code
# picks up the right files. For a given target this must be coherent
# with MULTILIB_DIRNAMES defined in gcc/config/target/t-*.
ifeq ($(strip $(filter-out x86_64, $(target_cpu))),)
ifeq ($(strip $(MULTISUBDIR)),/32)
target_cpu:=i686
else
ifeq ($(strip $(MULTISUBDIR)),/x32)
target_cpu:=x32
endif
endif
endif
# The SuSE PowerPC64/Linux compiler is actually a 32-bit PowerPC compiler
ifeq ($(strip $(filter-out powerpc64 suse linux%, $(target_cpu) $(target_vendor) $(target_os))),)
target_cpu:=powerpc
endif
# Configuration of host tools
# Under linux, host tools need to be linked with -ldl
ifeq ($(strip $(filter-out linux%,$(host_os))),)
TOOLS1_LIBS=-ldl
endif
include $(fsrcdir)/ada/Makefile.rtl
LIBGNAT=../$(RTSDIR)/libgnat.a
TOOLS_FLAGS_TO_PASS= \
"CC=$(CC)" \
"CFLAGS=$(CFLAGS)" \
"LDFLAGS=$(LDFLAGS)" \
"ADAFLAGS=$(ADAFLAGS)" \
"INCLUDES=$(INCLUDES_FOR_SUBDIR)"\
"ADA_INCLUDES=$(ADA_INCLUDES) $(ADA_INCLUDES_FOR_SUBDIR)"\
"libsubdir=$(libsubdir)" \
"exeext=$(exeext)" \
"fsrcdir=$(fsrcdir)" \
"srcdir=$(fsrcdir)" \
"TOOLS_LIBS=$(TOOLS_LIBS) $(TGT_LIB)" \
"GNATMAKE=$(GNATMAKE)" \
"GNATLINK=$(GNATLINK)" \
"GNATBIND=$(GNATBIND)"
GCC_LINK=$(CXX) $(GCC_LINK_FLAGS) $(LDFLAGS)
# Build directory for the tools. We first need to copy the generated files,
# then the target-dependent sources using the same mechanism as for gnatlib.
# The other sources are accessed using the vpath directive below
GENERATED_FILES_FOR_TOOLS = \
einfo-entities.ads einfo-entities.adb sdefault.adb seinfo.ads \
sinfo-nodes.ads sinfo-nodes.adb snames.ads snames.adb
../stamp-tools:
-$(RM) tools/*
-$(RMDIR) tools
-$(MKDIR) tools
-(cd tools; $(foreach FILE,$(GENERATED_FILES_FOR_TOOLS), \
$(LN_S) ../$(FILE) $(FILE);))
-$(foreach PAIR,$(TOOLS_TARGET_PAIRS), \
$(RM) tools/$(word 1,$(subst <, ,$(PAIR)));\
$(LN_S) $(fsrcpfx)ada/$(word 2,$(subst <, ,$(PAIR))) \
tools/$(word 1,$(subst <, ,$(PAIR)));)
touch ../stamp-tools
# when compiling the tools, the runtime has to be first on the path so that
# it hides the runtime files lying with the rest of the sources
ifeq ($(TOOLSCASE),native)
vpath %.ads ../$(RTSDIR) ../
vpath %.adb ../$(RTSDIR) ../
vpath %.c ../$(RTSDIR) ../
vpath %.h ../$(RTSDIR) ../
endif
# in the cross tools case, everything is compiled with the native
# gnatmake/link. Therefore only -I needs to be modified in ADA_INCLUDES
ifeq ($(TOOLSCASE),cross)
vpath %.ads ../
vpath %.adb ../
vpath %.c ../
vpath %.h ../
endif
# gnatmake/link tools cannot always be built with gnatmake/link for bootstrap
# reasons: gnatmake should be built with a recent compiler, a recent compiler
# may not generate ALI files compatible with an old gnatmake so it is important
# to be able to build gnatmake without a version of gnatmake around. Once
# everything has been compiled once, gnatmake can be recompiled with itself
# (see target gnattools1-re)
gnattools1: ../stamp-tools ../stamp-gnatlib-$(RTSDIR)
$(MAKE) -C tools -f ../Makefile $(TOOLS_FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
TOOLSCASE=native \
../../gnatmake$(exeext) ../../gnatlink$(exeext)
# gnatmake/link can be built with recent gnatmake/link if they are available.
# This is especially convenient for building cross tools or for rebuilding
# the tools when the original bootstrap has already be done.
gnattools1-re: ../stamp-tools
$(MAKE) -C tools -f ../Makefile $(TOOLS_FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
TOOLSCASE=cross INCLUDES="" gnatmake-re gnatlink-re
# these tools are built with gnatmake & are common to native and cross
gnattools2: ../stamp-tools
$(MAKE) -C tools -f ../Makefile $(TOOLS_FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
TOOLSCASE=native common-tools $(EXTRA_GNATTOOLS)
common-tools: ../stamp-tools
$(GNATMAKE) -j0 -c -b $(ADA_INCLUDES) \
--GNATBIND="$(GNATBIND)" --GCC="$(CC) $(ALL_ADAFLAGS)" \
gnatchop gnatcmd gnatkr gnatls gnatprep gnatname \
gnatclean -bargs $(ADA_INCLUDES) $(GNATBIND_FLAGS)
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatcmd -o ../../gnat$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatchop -o ../../gnatchop$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatkr -o ../../gnatkr$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatls -o ../../gnatls$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatprep -o ../../gnatprep$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatname -o ../../gnatname$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatclean -o ../../gnatclean$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
../../gnatdll$(exeext): ../stamp-tools
$(GNATMAKE) -c $(ADA_INCLUDES) gnatdll --GCC="$(CC) $(ALL_ADAFLAGS)"
$(GNATBIND) $(ADA_INCLUDES) $(GNATBIND_FLAGS) gnatdll
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatdll -o $@ \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
gnatmake-re: ../stamp-tools
$(GNATMAKE) -j0 $(ADA_INCLUDES) -u sdefault --GCC="$(CC) $(MOST_ADA_FLAGS)"
$(GNATMAKE) -j0 -c $(ADA_INCLUDES) gnatmake --GCC="$(CC) $(ALL_ADAFLAGS)"
$(GNATBIND) $(ADA_INCLUDES) $(GNATBIND_FLAGS) gnatmake
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatmake -o ../../gnatmake$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
# Note the use of the "mv" command in order to allow gnatlink to be linked with
# with the former version of gnatlink itself which cannot override itself.
# gnatlink-re cannot be run at the same time as gnatmake-re, hence the
# dependency
gnatlink-re: ../stamp-tools gnatmake-re
$(GNATMAKE) -j0 -c $(ADA_INCLUDES) gnatlink --GCC="$(CC) $(ALL_ADAFLAGS)"
$(GNATBIND) $(ADA_INCLUDES) $(GNATBIND_FLAGS) gnatlink
$(GNATLINK) -v gnatlink -o ../../gnatlinknew$(exeext) \
--GCC="$(CC) $(ADA_INCLUDES)" --LINK="$(GCC_LINK)" $(TOOLS_LIBS)
$(MV) ../../gnatlinknew$(exeext) ../../gnatlink$(exeext)
# Needs to be built with CC=gcc
# Since the RTL should be built with the latest compiler, remove the
# stamp target in the parent directory whenever gnat1 is rebuilt
# Likewise for the tools
../../gnatmake$(exeext): b_gnatm.o $(GNATMAKE_OBJS)
+$(GCC_LINK) $(ALL_CFLAGS) -o $@ b_gnatm.o $(GNATMAKE_OBJS) $(TOOLS_LIBS) $(TOOLS1_LIBS)
../../gnatlink$(exeext): b_gnatl.o $(GNATLINK_OBJS)
+$(GCC_LINK) $(ALL_CFLAGS) -o $@ b_gnatl.o $(GNATLINK_OBJS) $(TOOLS_LIBS) $(TOOLS1_LIBS)
../stamp-gnatlib-$(RTSDIR):
@if [ ! -f stamp-gnatlib-$(RTSDIR) ] ; \
then \
$(ECHO) You must first build the GNAT library: make gnatlib; \
false; \
else \
true; \
fi
install-gcc-specs:
# Install all the requested GCC spec files.
$(foreach f,$(GCC_SPEC_FILES), \
$(INSTALL_DATA_DATE) $(srcdir)/ada/$(f) $(DESTDIR)$(libsubdir)/;)
install-gnatlib: ../stamp-gnatlib-$(RTSDIR) install-gcc-specs
$(RMDIR) $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR)
$(RMDIR) $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_INCLUDE_DIR)
-$(MKDIR) $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR)
-$(MKDIR) $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_INCLUDE_DIR)
for file in $(RTSDIR)/*.ali; do \
$(INSTALL_DATA_DATE) $$file $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR); \
done
$(INSTALL_DATA_DATE) $(RTSDIR)/ada_target_properties \
$(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR)/../
-cd $(RTSDIR); for file in *$(arext);do \
$(INSTALL_DATA) $$file $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR); \
$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET) $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR)/$$file; \
done
-$(foreach file, $(EXTRA_ADALIB_OBJS), \
$(INSTALL_DATA_DATE) $(RTSDIR)/$(file) $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR) && \
) true
# Install the shared libraries, if any, using $(INSTALL) instead
# of $(INSTALL_DATA). The latter may force a mode inappropriate
# for shared libraries on some targets, e.g. on HP-UX where the x
# permission is required.
# Also install the .dSYM directories if they exist (these directories
# contain the debug information for the shared libraries on darwin)
for file in gnat gnarl; do \
if [ -f $(RTSDIR)/lib$${file}$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) ]; then \
$(INSTALL) $(RTSDIR)/lib$${file}$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_DSO_DIR); \
fi; \
if [ -f $(RTSDIR)/lib$${file}$(soext) ]; then \
$(LN_S) lib$${file}$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_DSO_DIR)/lib$${file}$(soext); \
fi; \
if [ -d $(RTSDIR)/lib$${file}$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext).dSYM ]; then \
$(CP) -r $(RTSDIR)/lib$${file}$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext).dSYM \
$(DESTDIR)$(ADA_RTL_DSO_DIR); \
fi; \
done
# This copy must be done preserving the date on the original file.
for file in $(RTSDIR)/*.ad[sb]*; do \
$(INSTALL_DATA_DATE) $$file $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_INCLUDE_DIR); \
done
cd $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_INCLUDE_DIR); $(CHMOD) a-wx *.adb
cd $(DESTDIR)$(ADA_INCLUDE_DIR); $(CHMOD) a-wx *.ads
../stamp-gnatlib2-$(RTSDIR):
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/s-*.ali
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/s-*$(objext)
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/a-*.ali
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/a-*$(objext)
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/*.ali
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/*$(objext)
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/*$(arext)
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/*$(soext)
touch ../stamp-gnatlib2-$(RTSDIR)
$(RM) ../stamp-gnatlib-$(RTSDIR)
../stamp-gnatlib1-$(RTSDIR): Makefile ../stamp-gnatlib2-$(RTSDIR)
$(MAKE) MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" LN_S="$(LN_S)" setup-rts
# Copy tsystem.h
$(CP) $(srcdir)/tsystem.h $(RTSDIR)
$(RM) ../stamp-gnatlib-$(RTSDIR)
touch ../stamp-gnatlib1-$(RTSDIR)
# GCC_FOR_TARGET has paths relative to the gcc directory, so we need to adjust
# for running it from ada/rts
OSCONS_CC=$(subst ./xgcc,../../xgcc,$(subst -B./, -B../../,$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)))
# The main ada source directory must be on the include path for #include "..."
# because s-oscons-tmplt.c requires adaint.h, gsocket.h, and any file included
# by these headers. However note that we must use -iquote, not -I, so that
# ada/types.h does not conflict with a same-named system header (VxWorks
# has a <types.h> header).
OSCONS_CPP=$(OSCONS_CC) $(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C) -E -C \
-DTARGET=\"$(target)\" -iquote $(fsrcpfx)ada $(fsrcpfx)ada/s-oscons-tmplt.c > s-oscons-tmplt.i
OSCONS_EXTRACT=$(OSCONS_CC) $(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C) -S s-oscons-tmplt.i
# Note: if you need to build with a non-GNU compiler, you could adapt the
# following definitions (written for VMS DEC-C)
#OSCONS_CPP=../../../$(DECC) -E /comment=as_is -DNATIVE \
# -DTARGET='""$(target)""' -I$(OSCONS_SRCDIR) s-oscons-tmplt.c
#
#OSCONS_EXTRACT=../../../$(DECC) -DNATIVE \
# -DTARGET='""$(target)""' -I$(OSCONS_SRCDIR) s-oscons-tmplt.c ; \
# ld -o s-oscons-tmplt.exe s-oscons-tmplt.obj; \
# ./s-oscons-tmplt.exe > s-oscons-tmplt.s
./bldtools/oscons/xoscons: xoscons.adb xutil.ads xutil.adb
-$(MKDIR) ./bldtools/oscons
$(RM) $(addprefix ./bldtools/oscons/,$(notdir $^))
$(CP) $^ ./bldtools/oscons
(cd ./bldtools/oscons ; gnatmake -q xoscons)
$(RTSDIR)/s-oscons.ads: ../stamp-gnatlib1-$(RTSDIR) s-oscons-tmplt.c gsocket.h ./bldtools/oscons/xoscons
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/s-oscons-tmplt.i $(RTSDIR)/s-oscons-tmplt.s
(cd $(RTSDIR) ; \
$(OSCONS_CPP) ; \
$(OSCONS_EXTRACT) ; \
../bldtools/oscons/xoscons s-oscons)
gnatlib: ../stamp-gnatlib1-$(RTSDIR) ../stamp-gnatlib2-$(RTSDIR) $(RTSDIR)/s-oscons.ads
test -f $(RTSDIR)/s-oscons.ads || exit 1
# C files
$(MAKE) -C $(RTSDIR) \
CC="`echo \"$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)\" \
| sed -e 's,\./xgcc,../../xgcc,' -e 's,-B\./,-B../../,'`" \
INCLUDES="$(INCLUDES_FOR_SUBDIR) -I./../.." \
CFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C)" \
FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS="$(FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS)" \
srcdir=$(fsrcdir) \
-f ../Makefile $(LIBGNAT_OBJS) $(EXTRA_ADALIB_OBJS)
# Ada files
$(MAKE) -C $(RTSDIR) \
CC="`echo \"$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)\" \
| sed -e 's,\./xgcc,../../xgcc,' -e 's,-B\./,-B../../,'`" \
ADA_INCLUDES="" \
CFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS)" \
ADAFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS="$(FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS)" \
srcdir=$(fsrcdir) \
-f ../Makefile $(GNATRTL_OBJS)
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat$(arext) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl$(arext)
$(AR_FOR_TARGET) $(AR_FLAGS) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat$(arext) \
$(addprefix $(RTSDIR)/,$(GNATRTL_NONTASKING_OBJS) $(LIBGNAT_OBJS))
$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat$(arext)
$(AR_FOR_TARGET) $(AR_FLAGS) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl$(arext) \
$(addprefix $(RTSDIR)/,$(GNATRTL_TASKING_OBJS))
$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl$(arext)
ifeq ($(GMEM_LIB),gmemlib)
$(AR_FOR_TARGET) $(AR_FLAGS) $(RTSDIR)/libgmem$(arext) \
$(RTSDIR)/memtrack.o
$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET) $(RTSDIR)/libgmem$(arext)
endif
$(CHMOD) a-wx $(RTSDIR)/*.ali
touch ../stamp-gnatlib-$(RTSDIR)
# Warning: this target assumes that LIBRARY_VERSION has been set correctly.
gnatlib-shared-default:
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS) $(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C) $(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/libgna*$(soext)
cd $(RTSDIR); `echo "$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)" \
| sed -e 's,\./xgcc,../../xgcc,' -e 's,-B\./,-B../../,'` -shared $(GNATLIBCFLAGS) \
$(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET) \
-o libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(GNATRTL_NONTASKING_OBJS) $(LIBGNAT_OBJS) \
$(SO_OPTS)libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(MISCLIB) -lm
cd $(RTSDIR); `echo "$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)" \
| sed -e 's,\./xgcc,../../xgcc,' -e 's,-B\./,-B../../,'` -shared $(GNATLIBCFLAGS) \
$(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET) \
-o libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(GNATRTL_TASKING_OBJS) \
$(SO_OPTS)libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(THREADSLIB)
cd $(RTSDIR); $(LN_S) libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
libgnat$(soext)
cd $(RTSDIR); $(LN_S) libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
libgnarl$(soext)
# Create static libgnat and libgnarl compiled with -fPIC
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat_pic$(arext) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl_pic$(arext)
$(AR_FOR_TARGET) $(AR_FLAGS) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat_pic$(arext) \
$(addprefix $(RTSDIR)/,$(GNATRTL_NONTASKING_OBJS) $(LIBGNAT_OBJS))
$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat_pic$(arext)
$(AR_FOR_TARGET) $(AR_FLAGS) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl_pic$(arext) \
$(addprefix $(RTSDIR)/,$(GNATRTL_TASKING_OBJS))
$(RANLIB_FOR_TARGET) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl_pic$(arext)
gnatlib-shared-dual:
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C)" \
PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET="$(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib-shared-default
$(MV) $(RTSDIR)/libgna*$(soext) .
$(MV) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat_pic$(arext) .
$(MV) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl_pic$(arext) .
$(RM) ../stamp-gnatlib2-$(RTSDIR)
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib
$(MV) libgna*$(soext) $(RTSDIR)
$(MV) libgnat_pic$(arext) $(RTSDIR)
$(MV) libgnarl_pic$(arext) $(RTSDIR)
gnatlib-shared-dual-win32:
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C)" \
PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET="$(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib-shared-win32
$(MV) $(RTSDIR)/libgna*$(soext) .
$(RM) ../stamp-gnatlib2-$(RTSDIR)
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib
$(MV) libgna*$(soext) $(RTSDIR)
# ??? we need to add the option to support auto-import of arrays/records to
# the GNATLIBFLAGS when this will be supported by GNAT. At this point we will
# use the gnatlib-shared-dual-win32 target to build the GNAT runtimes on
# Windows.
gnatlib-shared-win32:
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS) $(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C) $(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/libgna*$(soext)
$(CP) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat$(arext) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat_pic$(arext)
$(CP) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl$(arext) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl_pic$(arext)
cd $(RTSDIR); `echo "$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)" \
| sed -e 's,\./xgcc,../../xgcc,' -e 's,-B\./,-B../../,'` -shared -shared-libgcc \
$(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET) \
-o libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(GNATRTL_NONTASKING_OBJS) $(LIBGNAT_OBJS) \
$(SO_OPTS)libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) $(MISCLIB)
cd $(RTSDIR); `echo "$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)" \
| sed -e 's,\./xgcc,../../xgcc,' -e 's,-B\./,-B../../,'` -shared -shared-libgcc \
$(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET) \
-o libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(GNATRTL_TASKING_OBJS) \
$(SO_OPTS)libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(THREADSLIB) -Wl,libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext)
gnatlib-shared-darwin:
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS) $(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C) $(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET) -fno-common" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib
$(RM) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat$(soext) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl$(soext)
$(CP) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat$(arext) $(RTSDIR)/libgnat_pic$(arext)
$(CP) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl$(arext) $(RTSDIR)/libgnarl_pic$(arext)
cd $(RTSDIR); `echo "$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)" \
| sed -e 's,\./xgcc,../../xgcc,' -e 's,-B\./,-B../../,'` -dynamiclib $(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET) \
-o libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(GNATRTL_NONTASKING_OBJS) $(LIBGNAT_OBJS) \
$(SO_OPTS) \
-Wl,-install_name,@rpath/libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(MISCLIB)
cd $(RTSDIR); `echo "$(GCC_FOR_TARGET)" \
| sed -e 's,\./xgcc,../../xgcc,' -e 's,-B\./,-B../../,'` -dynamiclib $(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET) \
-o libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(GNATRTL_TASKING_OBJS) \
$(SO_OPTS) \
-Wl,-install_name,@rpath/libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
$(THREADSLIB) -Wl,libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext)
cd $(RTSDIR); $(LN_S) libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
libgnat$(soext)
cd $(RTSDIR); $(LN_S) libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext) \
libgnarl$(soext)
cd $(RTSDIR); dsymutil libgnat$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext)
cd $(RTSDIR); dsymutil libgnarl$(hyphen)$(LIBRARY_VERSION)$(soext)
gnatlib-shared:
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET="$(PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET)" \
$(GNATLIB_SHARED)
# When building a SJLJ runtime for VxWorks, we need to ensure that the extra
# linker options needed for ZCX are not passed to prevent the inclusion of
# useless objects and potential troubles from the presence of extra symbols
# and references in some configurations. The inhibition is performed by
# commenting the pragma instead of deleting the line, as the latter might
# result in getting multiple blank lines, hence possible style check errors.
gnatlib-sjlj:
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
EH_MECHANISM="" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
../stamp-gnatlib1-$(RTSDIR)
sed \
-e 's/Frontend_Exceptions.*/Frontend_Exceptions : constant Boolean := True;/' \
-e 's/ZCX_By_Default.*/ZCX_By_Default : constant Boolean := False;/' \
$(RTSDIR)/system.ads > $(RTSDIR)/s.ads
$(MV) $(RTSDIR)/s.ads $(RTSDIR)/system.ads
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
EH_MECHANISM="" \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C)" \
FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS="$(FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib
gnatlib-zcx:
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
EH_MECHANISM="-gcc" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
../stamp-gnatlib1-$(RTSDIR)
sed \
-e 's/Frontend_Exceptions.*/Frontend_Exceptions : constant Boolean := False;/' \
-e 's/ZCX_By_Default.*/ZCX_By_Default : constant Boolean := True;/' \
$(RTSDIR)/system.ads > $(RTSDIR)/s.ads
$(MV) $(RTSDIR)/s.ads $(RTSDIR)/system.ads
$(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
EH_MECHANISM="-gcc" \
GNATLIBFLAGS="$(GNATLIBFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS)" \
GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C="$(GNATLIBCFLAGS_FOR_C)" \
FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS="$(FORCE_DEBUG_ADAFLAGS)" \
MULTISUBDIR="$(MULTISUBDIR)" \
THREAD_KIND="$(THREAD_KIND)" \
LN_S="$(LN_S)" \
gnatlib
# Compiling object files from source files.
# Note that dependencies on obstack.h are not written
# because that file is not part of GCC.
# Dependencies on gvarargs.h are not written
# because all that file does, when not compiling with GCC,
# is include the system varargs.h.
b_gnatl.adb : $(GNATLINK_OBJS)
$(GNATBIND) $(ADA_INCLUDES) -o b_gnatl.adb gnatlink.ali
b_gnatl.o : b_gnatl.adb
$(CC) -c $(ALL_ADAFLAGS) $(ADA_INCLUDES) -gnatws -gnatyN \
$< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
b_gnatm.adb : $(GNATMAKE_OBJS)
$(GNATBIND) $(ADA_INCLUDES) -o b_gnatm.adb gnatmake.ali
b_gnatm.o : b_gnatm.adb
$(CC) -c $(ALL_ADAFLAGS) $(ADA_INCLUDES) -gnatws -gnatyN \
$< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
# Provide a `toolexeclibdir' definition for when `gnat-install-lib' is
# wired through gcc/ in a configuration with top-level libada disabled.
# It will be overridden with the value configured when `gnat-install-lib'
# is invoked through libada/.
toolexeclibdir = $(ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR)
ADA_INCLUDE_DIR = $(libsubdir)/adainclude
ADA_RTL_OBJ_DIR = $(libsubdir)/adalib
ADA_RTL_DSO_DIR = $(toolexeclibdir)
# Special flags
# need to keep the frame pointer in tracebak.o to pop the stack properly on
# some targets.
tracebak.o : tracebak.c
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) $(ALL_CPPFLAGS) \
$(INCLUDES) $(NO_OMIT_ADAFLAGS) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
adadecode.o : adadecode.c adadecode.h
aux-io.o : aux-io.c
argv.o : argv.c
cal.o : cal.c
deftarg.o : deftarg.c
errno.o : errno.c
exit.o : adaint.h exit.c
expect.o : expect.c
final.o : final.c
rtfinal.o : rtfinal.c
rtinit.o : rtinit.c
locales.o : locales.c
mkdir.o : mkdir.c
socket.o : socket.c gsocket.h
sysdep.o : sysdep.c
raise.o : raise.c raise.h
sigtramp-armdroid.o : sigtramp-armdroid.c sigtramp.h
sigtramp-armvxworks.o : sigtramp-armvxworks.c sigtramp.h
sigtramp-ios.o : sigtramp-ios.c sigtramp.h
sigtramp-vxworks.o : sigtramp-vxworks.c $(VX_SIGTRAMP_EXTRA_SRCS)
sigtramp-vxworks-vxsim.o : sigtramp-vxworks-vxsim.c $(VX_SIGTRAMP_EXTRA_SRCS)
terminals.o : terminals.c
vx_stack_info.o : vx_stack_info.c
raise-gcc.o : raise-gcc.c raise.h
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) \
-iquote $(srcdir) -iquote $(ftop_srcdir)/libgcc \
$(ALL_CPPFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
cio.o : cio.c
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) \
$(ALL_CPPFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
init.o : init.c adaint.h raise.h
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) \
$(ALL_CPPFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
init-vxsim.o : init-vxsim.c
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) \
$(ALL_CPPFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
initialize.o : initialize.c raise.h
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) \
$(ALL_CPPFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
link.o : link.c
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) \
$(ALL_CPPFLAGS) $(INCLUDES_FOR_SUBDIR) \
$< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
targext.o : targext.c
$(COMPILER) -c $(ALL_COMPILERFLAGS) $(ADA_CFLAGS) \
-iquote $(srcdir) \
$(ALL_CPPFLAGS) $(INCLUDES_FOR_SUBDIR) \
$< $(OUTPUT_OPTION)
# In GNU Make, ignore whether `stage*' exists.
.PHONY: stage1 stage2 stage3 stage4 clean realclean TAGS bootstrap
.PHONY: risky-stage1 risky-stage2 risky-stage3 risky-stage4
force: