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# Makefile for GNU C++ compiler.
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#the Free Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
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# 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.
# Suppress smart makes who think they know how to automake Yacc files
# 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
# XCFLAGS is used for most compilations but not when using the GCC just built.
# These exists to be overridden by the x-* and t-* files, respectively.
CC = @CC@
BBISON = `if [ -f ../../bison/bison ] ; then echo ../../bison/bison -L $(srcdir)/../../bison/ ; else echo bison ; fi`
LEX = `if [ -f ../../flex/flex ] ; then echo ../../flex/flex ; else echo flex ; fi`
AR = ar
SHELL = /bin/sh
MAKEINFO = makeinfo
TEXI2DVI = texi2dvi
# Define this as & to perform parallel make on a Sequent.
# Note that this has some bugs, and it seems currently necessary
# to compile all the gen* files first by hand to avoid erroneous results.
P =
# This is used in the definition of SUBDIR_USE_ALLOCA.
# ??? Perhaps it would be better if it just looked for *gcc*.
OLDCC = cc
# This is used instead of ALL_CFLAGS when compiling with GCC_FOR_TARGET.
# It omits XCFLAGS, and specifies -B./.
# It also specifies -B$(tooldir)/ to find as and ld for a cross compiler.
# Tools to use when building a cross-compiler.
# These are used because `configure' appends `cross-make'
# to the makefile when making a cross-compiler.
# We don't use cross-make. Instead we use the tools
# from the build tree, if they are available.
# program_transform_name and objdir are set by
program_transform_name =
objdir = .
#version=`sed -e 's/.*\"\([^ \"]*\)[ \"].*/\1/' < $(srcdir)/version.c`
#mainversion=`sed -e 's/.*\"\([0-9]*\.[0-9]*\).*/\1/' < $(srcdir)/version.c`
# Directory where sources are, from where we are.
srcdir = @srcdir@
VPATH = @srcdir@
# Additional system libraries to link with.
# Change this to a null string if obstacks are installed in the
# system library.
# Choose the real default target.
# End of variables for you to override.
# Definition of `all' is here so that new rules inserted by sed
# do not specify the default target.
all: all.indirect
# This tells GNU Make version 3 not to put all variables in the environment.
# sed inserts variable overrides after the following line.
####target overrides
####host overrides
####cross overrides
####build overrides
# Now figure out from those variables how to compile and link.
all.indirect: Makefile ../cc1plus$(exeext)
# IN_GCC tells obstack.h that we are using gcc's <stddef.h> file.
INTERNAL_CFLAGS = $(CROSS) -DIN_GCC @extra_c_flags@
# This is the variable actually used when we compile.
# Likewise.
# Even if ALLOCA is set, don't use it if compiling with GCC.
SUBDIR_OBSTACK = `if [ x$(OBSTACK) != x ]; then echo ../$(OBSTACK); else true; fi`
SUBDIR_USE_ALLOCA = `case "${CC}" in "${OLDCC}") if [ x$(ALLOCA) != x ]; then echo ../$(ALLOCA); else true; fi ;; esac`
SUBDIR_MALLOC = `if [ x$(MALLOC) != x ]; then echo ../$(MALLOC); else true; fi`
# How to link with both our special library facilities
# and the system's installed libraries.
# Specify the directories to be searched for header files.
# Both . and srcdir are used, in that order,
# so that tm.h and config.h will be found in the compilation
# subdirectory rather than in the source directory.
INCLUDES = -I. -I.. -I$(srcdir) -I$(srcdir)/.. -I$(srcdir)/../config
# Always use -I$(srcdir)/config when compiling.
# The only suffixes we want for implicit rules are .c and .o.
.SUFFIXES: .c .o
# This tells GNU make version 3 not to export all the variables
# defined in this file into the environment.
# Lists of files for various purposes.
# Language-specific object files for g++
CXX_OBJS = call.o decl.o errfn.o expr.o pt.o sig.o typeck2.o \
class.o decl2.o error.o lex.o parse.o ptree.o rtti.o spew.o typeck.o cvt.o \
except.o friend.o init.o method.o search.o semantics.o tree.o xref.o \
repo.o @extra_cxx_objs@
# Language-independent object files.
OBJS = `cat ../stamp-objlist` ../c-common.o ../c-pragma.o
OBJDEPS = ../stamp-objlist ../c-common.o ../c-pragma.o
compiler: ../cc1plus$(exeext)
../cc1plus$(exeext): $(P) $(CXX_OBJS) $(OBJDEPS) $(LIBDEPS)
$(CC) $(ALL_CFLAGS) $(LDFLAGS) -o $@ \
Makefile: $(srcdir)/ $(srcdir)/../configure
cd ..; $(SHELL) config.status
native: config.status ../cc1plus$(exeext)
# Compiling object files from source files.
# Note that dependencies on obstack.h are not written
# because that file is not part of GCC.
# C++ language specific files.
RTL_H = $(srcdir)/../rtl.h $(srcdir)/../rtl.def \
$(srcdir)/../machmode.h $(srcdir)/../machmode.def
TREE_H = $(srcdir)/../tree.h $(srcdir)/../real.h $(srcdir)/../tree.def \
$(srcdir)/../machmode.h $(srcdir)/../machmode.def
CXX_TREE_H = $(TREE_H) cp-tree.h cp-tree.def
PARSE_H = $(srcdir)/parse.h
PARSE_C = $(srcdir)/parse.c
EXPR_H = $(srcdir)/../expr.h ../insn-codes.h
parse.o : $(PARSE_C) $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h lex.h \
$(srcdir)/../except.h $(srcdir)/../output.h $(srcdir)/../system.h \
`echo $(PARSE_C) | sed 's,^\./,,'`
CONFLICTS = expect 26 shift/reduce conflicts and 42 reduce/reduce conflicts.
$(PARSE_C) : $(srcdir)/parse.y
@echo $(CONFLICTS)
cd $(srcdir); $(BISON) $(BISONFLAGS) -d -o parse.c parse.y
cd $(srcdir); grep '^#define[ ]*YYEMPTY' parse.c >>parse.h
#$(PARSE_C) $(PARSE_H) : stamp-parse ; @true
#stamp-parse: $(srcdir)/parse.y
# @echo $(CONFLICTS)
# $(BISON) $(BISONFLAGS) -d $(srcdir)/parse.y
# grep '^#define[ ]*YYEMPTY' >>
# $(srcdir)/../move-if-change $(PARSE_C)
# $(srcdir)/../move-if-change $(PARSE_H)
# cp $(PARSE_C)
# touch stamp-parse
# hash.h really depends on $(srcdir)/gxx.gperf.
# But this would screw things for people that don't have gperf,
# if gxx.gpref got touched, say.
# Thus you have to remove hash.h to force it to be re-made.
gperf -p -j1 -g -o -t -N is_reserved_word '-k1,4,7,$$' \
$(srcdir)/gxx.gperf >$(srcdir)/hash.h
spew.o : spew.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) \
$(PARSE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h lex.h $(srcdir)/../system.h
lex.o : lex.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) \
$(PARSE_H) input.c $(srcdir)/../flags.h hash.h lex.h \
$(srcdir)/../c-pragma.h $(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h \
decl.o : decl.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
lex.h decl.h $(srcdir)/../stack.h $(srcdir)/../output.h \
$(srcdir)/../except.h $(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
decl2.o : decl2.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
lex.h decl.h $(EXPR_H) $(srcdir)/../except.h \
$(srcdir)/../output.h $(srcdir)/../except.h $(srcdir)/../system.h \
$(srcdir)/../toplev.h $(srcdir)/../dwarf2out.h $(srcdir)/../dwarfout.h
typeck2.o : typeck2.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
typeck.o : typeck.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h $(RTL_H) \
$(EXPR_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
class.o : class.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
call.o : call.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
friend.o : friend.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h $(RTL_H) \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
init.o : init.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h $(RTL_H) \
$(EXPR_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
method.o : method.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h \
cvt.o : cvt.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h
search.o : search.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../stack.h \
$(srcdir)/../flags.h $(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
tree.o : tree.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
ptree.o : ptree.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h
rtti.o : rtti.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
except.o : except.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h $(RTL_H) \
$(srcdir)/../except.h $(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
expr.o : expr.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(RTL_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
$(EXPR_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
xref.o : xref.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../input.h \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
pt.o : pt.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) decl.h $(PARSE_H) lex.h \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
error.o : error.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h \
errfn.o : errfn.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h \
sig.o : sig.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../flags.h \
$(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
repo.o : repo.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) $(srcdir)/../system.h \
semantics.o: semantics.c $(CONFIG_H) $(CXX_TREE_H) lex.h \
$(srcdir)/../except.h $(srcdir)/../system.h $(srcdir)/../toplev.h
# These exist for maintenance purposes.
# Update the tags table.
TAGS: force
cd $(srcdir) ; \
etags *.c *.h ; \
echo 'l' | tr 'l' '\f' >> TAGS ; \
echo 'parse.y,0' >> TAGS ; \
etags -a ../*.h ../*.c;
force: $(srcdir)/g++FAQ.texi
$(MAKEINFO) --no-split -o ./ $(srcdir)/g++FAQ.texi
# Preprocess the texi file so that the final document will have
# hyperlinks.
# It would be nice if texi2html could do something like this itself.
# Assumption 1: the FAQ puts all http: and ftp: links in a @file{...}.
# Assumption 2: newsgroups are like @file{}
# Assumption 3: email addresses match the regexp shown.
g++FAQ.html: $(srcdir)/g++FAQ.texi
mkdir work
sed -e 's?@file{\([fth]*p://[^}]*\)}?@strong{<A HREF="\1">\1</A>}?' \
-e 's?@file{\(comp\.[-a-z+.]*\)}?<A HREF="news:\1">\1</A>?' \
-e 's?@file{\(gnu\.[-a-z+.]*\)}?<A HREF="news:\1">\1</A>?' \
-e 's?\([.+a-zA-Z0-9-]*@@[.a-zA-Z0-9-]*[a-zA-Z0-9]\)?<A HREF="mailto:\1">\1</A>?' \
$(srcdir)/g++FAQ.texi > work/g++FAQ.texi
cd work; texi2html g++FAQ.texi
mv work/*.html .
rm -r work
# Make plain-text form.
g++FAQ.txt: $(srcdir)/g++FAQ.texi
$(MAKEINFO) --no-split --no-headers -o - $(srcdir)/g++FAQ.texi |\
sed '/^Concept Index/,$$d' > g++FAQ.txt