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#
# $FreeBSD: src/Makefile.inc1,v 1.141.2.62 2003/04/06 19:54:00 dwmalone Exp $
# $DragonFly: src/Makefile.inc1,v 1.118 2008/06/24 20:22:30 thomas Exp $
#
# Build-time options are documented in make.conf(5).
#
# The intended user-driven targets are:
#
# buildworld - rebuild *everything*, including glue to help do upgrades
# quickworld - skip the glue and do a depend+build on the meat
# realquickworld - skip the glue and depend stages and just build the meat
# crossworld - only build the glue (particularly the cross-build environment)
# installworld- install everything built by "buildworld"
# most - build user commands, no libraries or include files
# installmost - install user commands, no libraries or include files
#
# Standard targets (not defined here) are documented in the makefiles in
# /usr/share/mk. These include:
# obj depend all install clean cleandepend cleanobj
# Put initial settings here.
SUBDIR=
# We must do share/info early so that installation of info `dir'
# entries works correctly. Do it first since it is less likely to
# grow dependencies on include and lib than vice versa.
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/share/info)
SUBDIR+= share/info
.endif
# We must do include and lib early so that the perl *.ph generation
# works correctly as it uses the header files installed by this.
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/include)
SUBDIR+= include
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/lib)
SUBDIR+= lib
.endif
# This exists simply to ensure that the obj dir hierarchy is
# intact for nrelease, allowing the nrelease Makefile's to
# reference ${.OBJDIR}.
#
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/nrelease)
SUBDIR+= nrelease
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/bin)
SUBDIR+= bin
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/games) && !defined(NO_GAMES)
SUBDIR+= games
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/gnu)
SUBDIR+= gnu
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/libexec)
SUBDIR+= libexec
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/sbin)
SUBDIR+= sbin
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/secure) && !defined(NO_CRYPT)
SUBDIR+= secure
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/share) && !defined(NO_SHARE)
SUBDIR+= share
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/sys)
SUBDIR+= sys
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/usr.bin)
SUBDIR+= usr.bin
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/usr.sbin)
SUBDIR+= usr.sbin
.endif
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/etc)
SUBDIR+= etc
.endif
# These are last, since it is nice to at least get the base system
# rebuilt before you do them.
.if defined(LOCAL_DIRS)
.for _DIR in ${LOCAL_DIRS}
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/${_DIR}) & exists(${.CURDIR}/${_DIR}/Makefile)
SUBDIR+= ${_DIR}
.endif
.endfor
.endif
.if defined(SUBDIR_OVERRIDE)
SUBDIR= ${SUBDIR_OVERRIDE}
.endif
.if defined(NOCLEANDIR)
CLEANDIR= clean cleandepend
.else
CLEANDIR= cleandir
.endif
.if defined(NO_CLEAN)
NOCLEAN= # defined
.endif
# Object directory base in primary make. Note that when we rerun make
# from inside this file we change MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX to the appropriate
# subdirectory because the rest of the build system needs it that way.
# The original object directory base is saved in OBJTREE.
#
MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX?= /usr/obj
OBJTREE?= ${MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX}
# Used for stage installs and pathing
#
DESTDIRBASE?= ${OBJTREE}${.CURDIR}
# Remove DESTDIR from MAKEFLAGS. It is present in the environment
# anyhow, and we need to be able to override it for stage installs
.MAKEFLAGS:= ${.MAKEFLAGS:NDESTDIR=*}
# This sets the compiler we use to build the world/kernel with
WORLD_CCVER?= gcc41
TARGET_ARCH?= ${MACHINE_ARCH}
.if ${TARGET_ARCH} == ${MACHINE_ARCH}
TARGET?= ${MACHINE}
.else
TARGET?= ${TARGET_ARCH}
.endif
.if make(buildworld)
BUILD_ARCH!= sysctl -n hw.machine_arch
.if ${MACHINE_ARCH} != ${BUILD_ARCH}
.error To cross-build, set TARGET_ARCH.
.endif
.endif
# Backwards compatibility with older make's or older sys.mk's. make
# is expected to define MACHINE_PLATFORM.
#
.if !defined(MACHINE_PLATFORM)
MACHINE_PLATFORM= pc32
.endif
# XXX this is ugly and we need to come up with a nicer solution
.if !defined(TARGET_PLATFORM)
.if ${TARGET_ARCH} == "i386"
TARGET_PLATFORM= pc32
.elif ${TARGET_ARCH} == "amd64"
TARGET_PLATFORM= pc64
.else
.error Unknown target architecture.
.endif
.endif
THREAD_LIB?= thread_xu
.if ${THREAD_LIB} == "c_r"
.if defined(NO_LIBC_R)
.error libc_r is chosen as the default thread library, but NO_LIBC_R is defined
.endif
.endif
# BTOOLS (Natively built) All non-cross-development tools that the
# main build needs. This includes things like 'mkdir' and 'rm'.
# We will not use the native system's exec path once we start
# on WORLD. (bootstrap-tools and build-tools or BTOOLS)
#
# CTOOLS (Natively built) Cross development tools which are specific
# to the target architecture.
#
# WORLD (Cross built) Our ultimate buildworld, using only BTOOLS and
# CTOOLS.
#
# MACHINE_PLATFORM Platform Architecture we are building on
# MACHINE Machine Architecture (usually the same as MACHINE_ARCH)
# MACHINE_ARCH Cpu Architecture we are building on
#
# TARGET_PLATFORM Platform Architecture we are building for
# TARGET Machine Architecture we are building for
# TARGET_ARCH Cpu Architecture we are building for
#
BTOOLSDEST= ${DESTDIRBASE}/btools_${MACHINE_ARCH}
CTOOLSDEST= ${DESTDIRBASE}/ctools_${MACHINE_ARCH}_${TARGET_ARCH}
WORLDDEST= ${DESTDIRBASE}/world_${TARGET_ARCH}
# The bootstrap-tools path is used by the bootstrap-tools, build-tools, and
# cross-tools stages to augment the existing command path to access newer
# versions of certain utilities such as 'patch' that the cross-tools stage
# might expect.
#
BTOOLSPATH= ${BTOOLSDEST}/usr/sbin:${BTOOLSDEST}/usr/bin:${BTOOLSDEST}/bin:${BTOOLSDEST}/usr/games
# The strict temporary command path contains all binaries required
# by the buildworld system after the cross-tools stage.
#
STRICTTMPPATH= ${CTOOLSDEST}/usr/sbin:${CTOOLSDEST}/usr/bin:${CTOOLSDEST}/bin:${CTOOLSDEST}/usr/games:${BTOOLSDEST}/usr/sbin:${BTOOLSDEST}/usr/bin:${BTOOLSDEST}/bin:${BTOOLSDEST}/usr/games
TMPDIR?= /tmp
TMPPID!= echo $$$$
#
# Building a world goes through the following stages
#
# 1. bootstrap-tool stage [BMAKE]
# This stage is responsible for creating programs that
# are needed for backward compatibility reasons. They
# are not built as cross-tools.
# 2. build-tool stage [TMAKE]
# This stage is responsible for creating the object
# tree and building any tools that are needed during
# the build process.
# 3. cross-tool stage [XMAKE]
# This stage is responsible for creating any tools that
# are needed for cross-builds. A cross-compiler is one
# of them.
# 4. world stage [WMAKE]
# This stage actually builds the world.
# 5. install stage (optional) [IMAKE]
# This stage installs a previously built world.
#
# bootstrap-tool stage
#
BMAKEENV= MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=${BTOOLSDEST} \
OBJTREE=${OBJTREE} \
DESTDIR=${BTOOLSDEST} \
PATH=${BTOOLSPATH}:${PATH} \
INSTALL="sh ${.CURDIR}/tools/install.sh"
BMAKE= ${BMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 -DBOOTSTRAPPING \
-DNOINFO -DNOMAN -DNOPIC -DNOPROFILE -DNOSHARED \
-DNO_WERROR -DNO_NLS
# build-tool stage
#
TMAKEENV= MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=${BTOOLSDEST} \
OBJTREE=${OBJTREE} \
DESTDIR= \
PATH=${BTOOLSPATH}:${PATH} \
INSTALL="sh ${.CURDIR}/tools/install.sh"
TMAKE= ${TMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 -DBOOTSTRAPPING \
-DNO_FORTRAN -DNOSHARED
# cross-tool stage
#
# note: TOOLS_PREFIX points to the obj root holding the cross
# compiler binaries, while USRDATA_PREFIX points to the obj root
# holding the target environment (and also determines where cross-built
# libraries, crt*.o, and include files are installed).
#
XMAKEENV= MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=${CTOOLSDEST} \
OBJTREE=${OBJTREE} \
DESTDIR=${CTOOLSDEST} \
INSTALL="sh ${.CURDIR}/tools/install.sh" \
TOOLS_PREFIX=${CTOOLSDEST} \
USRDATA_PREFIX=${WORLDDEST} \
PATH=${BTOOLSPATH}:${PATH}
XMAKE= ${XMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 -DNO_FORTRAN -DNO_GDB \
-DBOOTSTRAPPING -DNOSHARED
# world stage, note the strict path and note that TOOLS_PREFIX is left
# unset and USRDATA_PREFIX (which defaults to TOOLS_PREFIX) is set to empty,
# which is primarily for the compiler so it targets / (e.g. /usr/<blah>)
# for both binary and library paths, even though it is being compiled to
# WORLDDEST. None of the programs in the world stage are ever actually
# executed during the buildworld/installworld.
#
CROSSENV= MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=${WORLDDEST} \
OBJTREE=${OBJTREE} \
MACHINE_ARCH=${TARGET_ARCH} \
MACHINE=${TARGET} \
MACHINE_PLATFORM=${TARGET_PLATFORM} \
OBJFORMAT_PATH=${CTOOLSDEST} \
HOST_CCVER=${HOST_CCVER} \
CCVER=${WORLD_CCVER}
WMAKEENV= ${CROSSENV} \
DESTDIR=${WORLDDEST} \
INSTALL="sh ${.CURDIR}/tools/install.sh" \
PATH=${STRICTTMPPATH}
WMAKE= ${WMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1
# install stage
#
IMAKEENV= ${CROSSENV} \
PATH=${STRICTTMPPATH}
IMAKE= ${IMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1
# kernel stage
#
KMAKEENV= ${WMAKEENV}
# buildworld
#
# Attempt to rebuild the entire system, with reasonable chance of
# success, regardless of how old your existing system is.
#
_worldtmp:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Rebuilding the temporary build tree"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
.if !defined(NOCLEAN)
rm -rf ${BTOOLSDEST} ${CTOOLSDEST} ${WORLDDEST}
.else
# XXX - These two can depend on any header file.
rm -f ${OBJTREE}${.CURDIR}/usr.bin/kdump/ioctl.c
rm -f ${OBJTREE}${.CURDIR}/usr.bin/truss/ioctl.c
.endif
mkdir -p ${DESTDIRBASE} ${BTOOLSDEST} ${CTOOLSDEST} ${WORLDDEST}
.for _dir in ${WORLDDEST} ${BTOOLSDEST} ${CTOOLSDEST}
mtree -deU -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.root.dist \
-p ${_dir}/ > /dev/null
mtree -deU -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.usr.dist \
-p ${_dir}/usr > /dev/null
.endfor
mtree -deU -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.include.dist \
-p ${WORLDDEST}/usr/include > /dev/null
${LN} -sf ${.CURDIR}/sys ${WORLDDEST}
_bootstrap-tools:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 1: bootstrap tools"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${BMAKE} bootstrap-tools
_cleanobj:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 2a: cleaning up the object tree"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} ${CLEANDIR:S/^/par-/}
_obj:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 2b: rebuilding the object tree"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} par-obj
_build-tools:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 2c: build tools"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${TMAKE} build-tools
_cross-tools:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 3: cross tools"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${XMAKE} cross-tools
_includes:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 4a: populating ${WORLDDEST}/usr/include"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} SHARED=symlinks par-includes
_libraries:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 4b: building libraries"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} -DNOHTML -DNOINFO -DNOMAN -DNOFSCHG libraries
_depend:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 4c: make dependencies"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} par-depend
everything:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 4d: building everything.."
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} all
# note: buildworld no longer depends on _cleanobj because we rm -rf the
# entire object tree and built the bootstrap tools in a different location.
#
# buildworld - build everything from scratch
# quickworld - skip the bootstrap, build, and cross-build steps
# realquickworld - skip the bootstrap, build, crossbuild, and depend step.
#
# note: we include _obj in realquickworld to prevent accidental creation
# of files in /usr/src.
WMAKE_TGTS=
.if !defined(SUBDIR_OVERRIDE)
WMAKE_TGTS+= _worldtmp _bootstrap-tools
.endif
WMAKE_TGTS+= _obj _build-tools
.if !defined(SUBDIR_OVERRIDE)
WMAKE_TGTS+= _cross-tools
.endif
WMAKE_TGTS+= _includes _libraries _depend everything
buildworld: ${WMAKE_TGTS}
quickworld: _obj _includes _libraries _depend everything
realquickworld: _obj _includes _libraries everything
crossworld: _worldtmp _bootstrap-tools _obj _build-tools _cross-tools
.ORDER: ${WMAKE_TGTS}
.ORDER: _obj _includes
#
# installcheck
#
# Checks to be sure system is ready for installworld
#
installcheck:
.if !defined(NO_SENDMAIL)
@pw usershow smmsp || (echo "You may need to run 'make preupgrade' first"; exit 1)
@pw groupshow smmsp || (echo "You may need to run 'make preupgrade' first"; exit 1)
.endif
@pw usershow _pflogd || (echo "You may need to run 'make preupgrade' first"; exit 1)
@pw groupshow authpf || (echo "You may need to run 'make preupgrade' first"; exit 1)
@pw groupshow _pflogd || (echo "You may need to run 'make preupgrade' first"; exit 1)
.if !defined(DESTDIR) || ${DESTDIR} == "" || ${DESTDIR} == "/"
@case `uname -r` in 1.2*|1.3-*|1.3.*|1.4.*|1.5.0-*|1.5.1-*|1.5.2-*|1.5.3-*) echo "You must upgrade your kernel to at least 1.5.4 and reboot before you can safely installworld, due to libc/system call ABI changes" ; exit 1;; esac
.endif
#
# installworld
#
# Installs everything compiled by a 'buildworld'.
#
installworld: installcheck
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${IMAKE} re${.TARGET:S/world$//}
${INSTALL} -o root -g wheel -m 644 ${.CURDIR}/Makefile_upgrade.inc ${DESTDIR}/etc/upgrade/
#
# reinstall
#
# If you have a build server, you can NFS mount the source and obj directories
# and do a 'make reinstall' on the *client* to install new binaries from the
# most recent server build.
#
reinstall:
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Making hierarchy"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 hierarchy
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Installing everything.."
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}; ${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 install
.if !defined(NOMAN) && !defined(NO_MAKEDB_RUN)
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Rebuilding man page indices"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
cd ${.CURDIR}/share/man; ${MAKE} makedb
.endif
#
# buildkernel, nativekernel, quickkernel, and installkernel
#
# Which kernels to build and/or install is specified by setting
# KERNCONF. If not defined a GENERIC kernel is built/installed.
# Only the existing (depending TARGET) config files are used
# for building kernels and only the first of these is designated
# as the one being installed.
#
# You can specify INSTALLSTRIPPED=1 if you wish the installed
# kernel and modules to be stripped of its debug info (required
# symbols are left intact). You can specify INSTALLSTRIPPEDMODULES
# if you only want to strip the modules of their debug info. These
# only apply if you have DEBUG=-g in your kernel config or make line.
#
# Note that we have to use TARGET instead of TARGET_ARCH when
# we're in kernel-land. Since only TARGET_ARCH is (expected) to
# be set to cross-build, we have to make sure TARGET is set
# properly.
.if !defined(KERNCONF) && defined(KERNEL)
KERNCONF= ${KERNEL}
KERNWARN= yes
.else
# XXX makeshift fix to build the right kernel for the (target) architecture
# We should configure this in the platform files somehow
.if ${TARGET_ARCH} == "i386"
KERNCONF?= GENERIC
.else
KERNCONF?= AMD64_GENERIC
.endif
.endif
INSTKERNNAME?= kernel
KRNLSRCDIR= ${.CURDIR}/sys
KRNLCONFDIR= ${KRNLSRCDIR}/config
KRNLOBJDIR= ${OBJTREE}${KRNLSRCDIR}
KERNCONFDIR?= ${KRNLCONFDIR}
BUILDKERNELS=
INSTALLKERNEL=
.for _kernel in ${KERNCONF}
.if exists(${KERNCONFDIR}/${_kernel})
BUILDKERNELS+= ${_kernel}
.if empty(INSTALLKERNEL)
INSTALLKERNEL= ${_kernel}
.endif
.endif
.endfor
# kernel version numbers survive rm -rf
#
.for _kernel in ${BUILDKERNELS}
.if exists(${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/version)
KERNEL_VERSION_${_kernel} != cat ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/version
.endif
.endfor
#
# buildkernel
#
# Builds all kernels defined by BUILDKERNELS.
#
bk_tools:
@if [ ! -f ${WORLDDEST}/.libraries_done ]; then \
echo "You must buildworld before buildkernel. If you wish"; \
echo "to build a kernel using native tools, config it manually"; \
echo "or use the nativekernel target if you are in a rush"; \
exit 1; \
fi
maybe_bk_tools:
.for _kernel in ${BUILDKERNELS}
@if [ ! -f ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/.nativekernel_run ]; then \
if [ ! -f ${WORLDDEST}/.libraries_done ]; then \
echo "The kernel was build using buildworld tools which no" ; \
echo "longer appear to exist, quickkernel failed!" ; \
exit 1; \
fi; \
fi
.endfor
bk_build_list:
.if empty(BUILDKERNELS)
@echo ">>> ERROR: Missing kernel configuration file(s) (${KERNCONF})."
@echo ">>> Did you move your kernel configs from i386/conf to config/?"
@false
.endif
bk_kernwarn:
.if defined(KERNWARN)
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> WARNING: KERNEL= setting should be changed to KERNCONF="
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@sleep 3
.endif
@echo
# The buildkernel target rebuilds the specified kernels from scratch
# using the crossbuild tools generated by the last buildworld. It is
# the safest (but also the most time consuming) way to build a new kernel.
#
buildkernel: bk_tools bk_build_list bk_kernwarn
.for _kernel in ${BUILDKERNELS}
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Kernel build for ${_kernel} started on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo "===> ${_kernel}"
.if !defined(NOCLEAN) && !defined(NO_KERNELCLEAN)
rm -rf ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}
.else
@if [ -f ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/.nativekernel_run ]; then \
echo "YOU ARE REBUILDING WITH BUILDKERNEL, REMOVING OLD NATIVEKERNEL BUILD"; \
rm -rf ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; fi
.endif
mkdir -p ${KRNLOBJDIR}
.if !defined(NO_KERNELCONFIG)
cd ${KRNLCONFDIR}; \
PATH=${STRICTTMPPATH} \
config ${CONFIGARGS} -d ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel} \
${KERNCONFDIR}/${_kernel}
.endif
.if !defined(NOCLEAN) && !defined(NO_KERNELCLEAN) && defined(KERNEL_VERSION_${_kernel})
echo ${KERNEL_VERSION_${_kernel}} > ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/version
.endif
touch ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/.buildkernel_run
.if !defined(NO_KERNELDEPEND)
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; \
${KMAKEENV} ${MAKE} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME} depend
.endif
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; \
${KMAKEENV} ${MAKE} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME} all
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Kernel build for ${_kernel} completed on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
.endfor
# The nativekernel target rebuilds the specified kernels from scratch
# using the system's standard compiler rather than using the crossbuild
# tools generated by the last buildworld. This is fairly safe if your
# system is reasonable up-to-date.
#
nativekernel: bk_build_list bk_kernwarn
.for _kernel in ${BUILDKERNELS}
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Kernel build for ${_kernel} started on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo "===> ${_kernel}"
.if !defined(NOCLEAN) && !defined(NO_KERNELCLEAN)
rm -rf ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}
.else
@if [ -f ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/.buildkernel_run ]; then \
echo "YOU ARE REBUILDING WITH NATIVEKERNEL, REMOVING OLD BUILDKERNEL BUILD"; \
rm -rf ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; fi
.endif
mkdir -p ${KRNLOBJDIR}
.if !defined(NO_KERNELCONFIG)
cd ${KRNLCONFDIR}; \
config ${CONFIGARGS} -d ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel} \
${KERNCONFDIR}/${_kernel}
.endif
.if !defined(NOCLEAN) && !defined(NO_KERNELCLEAN) && defined(KERNEL_VERSION_${_kernel})
echo ${KERNEL_VERSION_${_kernel}} > ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/version
.endif
touch ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/.nativekernel_run
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; \
MAKESRCPATH=${KRNLSRCDIR}/dev/disk/aic7xxx/aicasm \
${MAKE} -DBOOTSTRAPPING -f ${KRNLSRCDIR}/dev/disk/aic7xxx/aicasm/Makefile
.if !defined(NO_KERNELDEPEND)
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; \
${MAKE} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME} depend
.endif
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; \
${MAKE} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME} all
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Kernel build for ${_kernel} completed on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
.endfor
# The quickkernel target rebuilds the specified kernels as quickly
# as possible. It will use the native tools or the buildworld cross tools
# based on whether the kernel was originally generated via buildkernel or
# nativekernel. Config is rerun but the object hierarchy is not rebuilt,
# nor is the make depend step run.
#
quickkernel: maybe_bk_tools bk_build_list bk_kernwarn
.for _kernel in ${BUILDKERNELS}
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Kernel build for ${_kernel} started on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo "===> ${_kernel}"
.if exists(${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}/.buildkernel_run)
.if !defined(NO_KERNELCONFIG)
cd ${KRNLCONFDIR}; \
PATH=${STRICTTMPPATH} \
config ${CONFIGARGS} -d ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel} \
${KERNCONFDIR}/${_kernel}
.endif
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; \
${KMAKEENV} ${MAKE} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME} all
.else
.if !defined(NO_KERNELCONFIG)
cd ${KRNLCONFDIR}; \
config ${CONFIGARGS} -d ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel} \
${KERNCONFDIR}/${_kernel}
.endif
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${_kernel}; \
${MAKE} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME} all
.endif
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Kernel build for ${_kernel} completed on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
.endfor
# installkernel
#
# Install the kernel defined by INSTALLKERNEL
#
installkernel reinstallkernel:
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Kernel install for ${INSTALLKERNEL} started on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
.if exists(${KRNLOBJDIR}/${INSTALLKERNEL}/.buildkernel_run)
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${INSTALLKERNEL}; \
${IMAKEENV} ${MAKE} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME} ${.TARGET:S/kernel$//}
.else
cd ${KRNLOBJDIR}/${INSTALLKERNEL}; \
${MAKE} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME} ${.TARGET:S/kernel$//}
.endif
#
# most
#
# Build most of the user binaries on the existing system libs and includes.
#
most:
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Building programs only"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
.for _dir in bin sbin libexec usr.bin usr.sbin gnu/libexec gnu/usr.bin gnu/usr.sbin
cd ${.CURDIR}/${_dir}; ${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_dir}/ all
.endfor
#
# installmost
#
# Install the binaries built by the 'most' target. This does not include
# libraries or include files.
#
installmost:
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Installing programs only"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
.for _dir in bin sbin libexec usr.bin usr.sbin gnu/libexec gnu/usr.bin gnu/usr.sbin
cd ${.CURDIR}/${_dir}; ${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_dir}/ install
.endfor
#
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# From here onwards are utility targets used by the 'make world' and
# related targets. If your 'world' breaks, you may like to try to fix
# the problem and manually run the following targets to attempt to
# complete the build. Beware, this is *not* guaranteed to work, you
# need to have a pretty good grip on the current state of the system
# to attempt to manually finish it. If in doubt, 'make world' again.
#
# bootstrap-tools: Build all tools required to build all tools. Note that
# order is important in a number of cases and also note that the bootstrap
# and build tools stages have access to earlier binaries they themselves
# had generated.
#
# patch: older patch's do not have -i. This program must be built
# first so other bootstrap tools that need to apply patches
# can use it.
# [x]install: dependancies on various new install features
# rpcgen: old rpcgen used a hardwired cpp path, newer OBJFORMAT_PATH
# envs are not compatible with older objformat binaries.
#
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/games) && !defined(NO_GAMES)
_strfile= games/fortune/strfile
.endif
bootstrap-tools:
${LN} -fs /bin/date ${BTOOLSDEST}/bin/date
.for _tool in ${_strfile} \
usr.bin/patch \
bin/chmod bin/cp bin/cpdup bin/dd bin/mkdir bin/rm bin/echo bin/test \
bin/cat bin/ln bin/mv bin/csh bin/expr bin/sh \
bin/hostname bin/kill \
usr.bin/yacc usr.bin/colldef usr.bin/uudecode usr.bin/xinstall \
usr.bin/m4 usr.bin/rpcgen usr.bin/make usr.bin/awk usr.bin/stat \
usr.bin/find usr.bin/lex usr.bin/sed usr.bin/uname usr.bin/touch \
usr.bin/mkdep usr.bin/mktemp usr.bin/lorder usr.bin/file2c \
usr.bin/tsort usr.bin/tr usr.bin/join usr.bin/wc usr.bin/basename \
usr.bin/gencat usr.bin/chflags usr.bin/expand usr.bin/paste \
usr.bin/mklocale usr.bin/uuencode usr.bin/compile_et usr.bin/hexdump \
usr.bin/cap_mkdb usr.bin/true usr.bin/false \
usr.bin/cmp usr.bin/xargs usr.bin/id usr.bin/env usr.bin/dirname \
usr.bin/tail \
usr.sbin/chown usr.sbin/mtree usr.sbin/config \
usr.sbin/btxld usr.sbin/zic usr.sbin/makewhatis \
gnu/usr.bin/texinfo gnu/usr.bin/grep gnu/usr.bin/sort \
usr.bin/gzip usr.bin/bzip2 usr.bin/mkcsmapper usr.bin/mkesdb
${ECHODIR} "===> ${_tool} (bootstrap-tools)"; \
cd ${.CURDIR}/${_tool}; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ obj; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ depend; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ all; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ DESTDIR=${BTOOLSDEST} install
.endfor
touch ${BTOOLSDEST}/.bootstrap_done
# build-tools: Build special purpose build tools.
#
# XXX we may be able to remove or consolidate this into bootstrap-tools
# now that we have the native helper (.nx/.no) infrastructure.
#
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/share) && !defined(NO_SHARE)
_share= share/syscons/scrnmaps
.endif
_gcc41_cross= gnu/usr.bin/cc41
_gcc41_tools= gnu/usr.bin/cc41/cc_prep gnu/usr.bin/cc41/cc_tools
.if !defined(NO_GCC44)
_gcc44_cross= gnu/usr.bin/cc44
_gcc44_tools= gnu/usr.bin/cc44/cc_prep gnu/usr.bin/cc44/cc_tools
.endif
_custom_cross= libexec/customcc
_binutils= gnu/usr.bin/binutils217
build-tools:
.for _tool in ${_gcc41_tools} ${_gcc44_tools} ${_libkrb5} ${_share}
${ECHODIR} "===> ${_tool} (build-tools)"; \
cd ${.CURDIR}/${_tool}; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ obj; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ depend; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ all; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ DESTDIR=${BTOOLSDEST} install
.endfor
touch ${BTOOLSDEST}/.build_done
#
# cross-tools: Build cross-building tools
#
.if ${TARGET_ARCH} == "i386" && ${MACHINE_ARCH} != "i386"
_btxld= usr.sbin/btxld
.endif
cross-tools:
.for _tool in ${_btxld} ${_binutils} \
usr.bin/objformat \
${_gcc41_cross} ${_gcc44_cross} ${_custom_cross}
${ECHODIR} "===> ${_tool} (cross-tools)"; \
cd ${.CURDIR}/${_tool}; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ obj; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ depend; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ all; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_tool}/ DESTDIR=${CTOOLSDEST} install
.endfor
touch ${CTOOLSDEST}/.cross_done
#
# hierarchy - ensure that all the needed directories are present
#
hierarchy:
cd ${.CURDIR}/etc; ${MAKE} distrib-dirs
#
# libraries - build all libraries, and install them under ${DESTDIR}.
#
# The list of libraries with dependents (${_prebuild_libs}) and their
# interdependencies (__L) are built automatically by the
# ${.CURDIR}/tools/make_libdeps.sh script.
#
# .makeenv does not work when bootstrapping from 4.x, so we must be sure
# to specify the correct CCVER or 'cc' will not exec the correct compiler.
#
libraries:
cd ${.CURDIR}; \
HOST_CCVER=${HOST_CCVER} CCVER=gcc41 \
${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 _startup_libs41;
.if !defined(NO_GCC44)
cd ${.CURDIR}; \
HOST_CCVER=${HOST_CCVER} CCVER=gcc44 \
${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 _startup_libs44;
.endif
cd ${.CURDIR}; \
${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 _startup_libs; \
${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 _prebuild_libs; \
${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 _generic_libs;
touch ${WORLDDEST}/.libraries_done
# These dependencies are not automatically generated:
#
# gnu/lib/${CCVER}/libgcc and gnu/lib/${CCVER}/csu must be built before all
# shared libraries for ELF. The target for _startup_libsXX is
# specifically built using gccXX.
#
_startup_libs41= gnu/lib/gcc41/csu gnu/lib/gcc41/libgcc
_startup_libs44= gnu/lib/gcc44/csu gnu/lib/gcc44/libgcc
_startup_libs= lib/csu lib/libc lib/libc_rtld
_prebuild_libs= lib/libbz2 lib/libz
_prebuild_libs+= lib/libutil
_generic_libs= gnu/lib
_prebuild_libs+= lib/libcom_err lib/libcrypt lib/libmd \
lib/libncurses/libncurses lib/libopie lib/libradius \
lib/libsbuf lib/libtacplus lib/libm \
lib/libpam lib/libypclnt lib/lib${THREAD_LIB}
lib/libopie__L lib/libradius__L lib/libtacplus__L: lib/libmd__L
_generic_libs+= lib
.if !defined(NO_CRYPT)
.if !defined(NO_OPENSSL)
_prebuild_libs+= secure/lib/libcrypto secure/lib/libssl
.if !defined(NO_OPENSSH)
_prebuild_libs+= secure/lib/libssh
secure/lib/libssh__L: secure/lib/libcrypto__L lib/libz__L
.endif
.endif
_generic_libs+= secure/lib
.endif
_generic_libs+= usr.bin/lex/lib
.for _lib in ${_startup_libs41} ${_startup_libs44} \
${_startup_libs} ${_prebuild_libs} ${_generic_libs}
${_lib}__L: .PHONY
.if exists(${.CURDIR}/${_lib})
${ECHODIR} "===> ${_lib}"; \
cd ${.CURDIR}/${_lib}; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_lib}/ depend; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_lib}/ all; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=${_lib}/ install
.endif
.endfor
_startup_libs: ${_startup_libs:S/$/__L/}
_startup_libs41: ${_startup_libs41:S/$/__L/}
_startup_libs44: ${_startup_libs44:S/$/__L/}
_prebuild_libs: ${_prebuild_libs:S/$/__L/}
_generic_libs: ${_generic_libs:S/$/__L/}
# library targets must be ordered because there are inter-library
# races (e.g. generation of tconfig.h)
#
.ORDER: ${_startup_libs41:S/$/__L/}
.ORDER: ${_startup_libs44:S/$/__L/}
.ORDER: ${_startup_libs:S/$/__L/}
.ORDER: ${_prebuild_libs:S/$/__L/}
.ORDER: ${_generic_libs:S/$/__L/}
.for __target in clean cleandepend cleandir obj depend includes
.for entry in ${SUBDIR}
${entry}.${__target}__D: .PHONY
@if test -d ${.CURDIR}/${entry}.${MACHINE_ARCH}; then \
${ECHODIR} "===> ${DIRPRFX}${entry}.${MACHINE_ARCH}"; \
edir=${entry}.${MACHINE_ARCH}; \
cd ${.CURDIR}/$${edir}; \
else \
${ECHODIR} "===> ${DIRPRFX}${entry}"; \
edir=${entry}; \
cd ${.CURDIR}/$${edir}; \
fi; \
${MAKE} ${__target} DIRPRFX=${DIRPRFX}$${edir}/
.endfor
par-${__target}: ${SUBDIR:S/$/.${__target}__D/}
.ORDER: ${SUBDIR:S/$/.${__target}__D/}
.endfor
.ORDER: par-clean par-cleandepend par-cleandir par-obj par-depend par-includes
# The wmake target is used by /usr/bin/wmake to run make in a
# world build environment.
#
wmake:
@echo '${WMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -m ${.CURDIR}/share/mk ${WMAKE_ARGS}'
wmakeenv:
@echo '${WMAKEENV} /bin/sh'
bmake:
@echo '${BMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -m ${.CURDIR}/share/mk ${BMAKE_ARGS}'
bmakeenv:
@echo '${BMAKEENV} /bin/sh'
tmake:
@echo '${TMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -m ${.CURDIR}/share/mk ${TMAKE_ARGS}'
tmakeenv:
@echo '${TMAKEENV} /bin/sh'
xmake:
@echo '${XMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -m ${.CURDIR}/share/mk ${XMAKE_ARGS}'
xmakeenv:
@echo '${XMAKEENV} /bin/sh'
.include <bsd.subdir.mk>
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