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# Copyright 2004 Chris Monson (shiblon@gmail.com)
# Latest version available at http://www.bouncingchairs.net/oss
#
# This file is part of ``Chris Monson's Free Software''.
#
# ``Chris Monson's Free Software'' is free software; you can redistribute it
# and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
# published by the Free Software Foundation, Version 2.
#
# ``Chris Monson's Free Software'' is distributed in the hope that it will
# be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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# Public License for more details.
#
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# with ``Chris Monson's Free Software''; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
#
# It is also available on the web at http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
#
# Note that using this makefile to build your documents does NOT place them
# under the GPL unless you, the author, specifically do so. In other words,
# I, Chris Monson, the copyright holder and author of this makefile,
# consider it impossible to ``link'' to this makefile in any way covered by
# the GPL.
#
# TO OBTAIN INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THIS FILE, RUN:
# make help
#
fileinfo := LaTeX Makefile
author := Chris Monson
version := 2.2.0-rc4
#
# Note that the user-global version is imported *after* the source directory,
# so that you can use stuff like ?= to get proper override behavior.
.PHONY: Makefile GNUmakefile Makefile.ini $(HOME)/.latex-makefile/Makefile.ini
-include Makefile.ini
-include $(HOME)/.latex-makefile/Makefile.ini
#
# This can be pdflatex or latex - you can change this by adding the following line to your Makefile.ini:
# BUILD_STRATEGY := latex
BUILD_STRATEGY ?= pdflatex
#
# Sets LC_ALL=C, by default, so that the locale-aware tools, like sort, be
# # immune to changes to the locale in the user environment.
export LC_ALL ?= C
#
#
# If you specify sources here, all other files with the same suffix
# will be treated as if they were _include_ files.
#onlysources.tex ?= main.tex
#onlysources.tex.sh ?=
#onlysources.tex.pl ?=
#onlysources.tex.py ?=
#onlysources.rst ?=
#onlysources.fig ?=
#onlysources.gpi ?=
#onlysources.dot ?=
#onlysources.xvg ?=
#onlysources.svg ?=
#onlysources.eps.gz ?=
#onlysources.eps ?=
#
# If you list files here, they will be treated as _include_ files
#includes.tex ?= file1.tex file2.tex
#includes.tex.sh ?=
#includes.tex.pl ?=
#includes.tex.py ?=
#includes.rst ?=
#includes.fig ?=
#includes.gpi ?=
#includes.dot ?=
#includes.xvg ?=
#includes.svg ?=
#includes.eps.gz ?=
#includes.eps ?=
#
# If you list files or wildcards here, they will *not* be cleaned - default is
# to allow everything to be cleaned.
#neverclean ?= *.pdf
#
# Alternatively (recommended), you can add those lines to a Makefile.ini file
# and it will get picked up automatically without your having to edit this
# Makefile.
#
# KNOWN ISSUES:
# * The following occurs:
# file with: \usepackage{named}\bibliographystyle{named}
# Compile
# change to: \usepackage{apalike}\bibliographystyle{apalike}
# Compile again -- BARF!
#
# The workaround: make clean-nographics; make
#
# Note that we may not be able to fix this. LaTeX itself barfs
# on this, not the makefile. The very first invocation of LaTeX
# (when something like this has happened) reads the existing .aux
# file and discovers invalid commands like \citeauthoryear that
# are only valid in the package that was just removed. It then
# tries to parse them and explodes. It's not at all clear to me
# how to fix this. I tried removing the .aux files on the first
# run of LaTeX, but that necessarily requires more subsequent
# rebuilds on common edits. There does not appear to be a
# graceful solution to this issue.
#
# CHANGES:
# Chris Monson (2010-07-28):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-rc4
# * Bail out when we find the use of the import.sty package
# * Issue 90: Add -z to dvips invocation
# * Issue 67: Add xelatex support (thanks to Nikolai Prokoschenko for the patch!)
# * Issue 85: Add warning about make 3.80
# Chris Monson (2010-06-20):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-rc3
# * Attempt to fix bug with ! error detection (issue 88)
# * Added svg->pdf direct support (issue 89)
# Chris Monson (2010-04-28):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-rc2
# * Fixed %._show target
# Chris Monson (2010-04-08):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-rc1
# * Added back in the rst_style_file stuff that got broken when switching
# rst -> tex to use the script mechanism
# Chris Monson (2010-03-23):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-beta8
# * Work on issue 76: bad backtick escape for some sed versions, failure
# to clear out the hold buffer when outputting MISSING comment.
# - Backed out 2>&1 to &> (doesn't work in sh)
# - Backed out using . to source variables
# Chris Monson (2010-03-22):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-beta7
# * Issue 72: Fix latex/bibtex invocation order for annotated bib styles
# * Fixed informational output to reflect which LaTeX run we're on
# * Fixed graphic detection to include graphics that are already there in
# .d files
# * Tightened up the .d file output to only make .d depend on graphic
# *source* files. This means that building foo.d no longer
# builds all of the graphics files on which foo.tex depends.
# Had to use .SECONDEXPANSION trickery to make it work.
# * Changed get-graphics to only accept a stem.
# * Fixed build-once logic for scripted .tex to work better
# * Made get-inputs sed script more maintainable.
# * Moved Makefile.ini import up higher.
# * Changed bare stems to not recursively invoke make
# * Updated diff output to be more silent everywhere
# * Added a MISSING comment to the .d file if stuff isn't found - forces
# removal of .1st.make file, which often forces it to try again.
# * Fixed broken graphics-target function
# * Added sleep to .d file generation when stuff is missing - if it
# builds too fast, make doesn't realize it needs to be reloaded,
# and thus never discovers some deeper dependencies (especially
# evident when graphics are included from scripted include
# files).
# Chris Monson (2010-03-17):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-beta6
# * Fixed bareword builds to actually work (requires static patterns)
# * Fixed colorization to work with new paragraph stuff
# Chris Monson (2010-03-17):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-beta5
# * Fixed graphic detection to be much more focused - splits log file
# into paragraphs before doing pattern matching.
# * Fixed make foo to work properly (recursively calls make foo.pdf)
# * Fixed gpi -> pdf generation to not waste time building .eps *after*
# the pdf already exists.
# * Changed log copies to include MAKE_RESTARTS as part of the name.
# * Fixed missing include file detection (also makes use of the paragraph
# stuff) to detect missing scripted include files.
# Chris Monson (2010-03-16):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-beta4
# * issue 70: .pdf not moved out of the way properly on first
# compilation, resulting in early error detection failure.
# * issue 74: fixed broken error on missing .aux files: the
# implementation was masking real errors.
# Chris Monson (2010-03-15):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-beta3
# * issue 71: Made the tput dependency optional
# * issue 73: Made .tex targets not pull in .d files (building them from
# scripts should not require a .d)
# * issue 74: Output a much saner error when a .aux file is not produced
# (e.g., when you are typing "make" without arguments in a
# directory with included .tex files that are not named with
# ._include_.)
# Chris Monson (2010-03-11):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-beta2
# * Fixed clean-graphics to get rid of intermediate .eps files that may
# be hanging around
# * Added an automatic setting to use eps terminals in pdflatex mode for
# gnuplot if it doesn't understand pdf.
# * issue 66: Removed grayscale generation via magic suffix. Grayscale
# generation is now only available via GRAY=1
# * issue 68: Added explicit handling of LC_ALL for locale-aware tools
# like "sort"
# Chris Monson (2010-03-10):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-beta1
# * Fixed success message to handle output message in different places
# * Added name of produced file to success message
# Chris Monson (2010-03-10):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-alpha3
# * Added meaningful error message for wrong hyperref options
# * Added meaningful error message for incorrect graphics extensions
# Chris Monson (2010-03-09):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-alpha2
# * Updated graphics handling (gnuplot and fig generate pdf natively)
# * Changed xmgrace to output monochrome natively
# Chris Monson (2010-03-09):
# * Bumped version to 2.2.0-alpha1 - major change!
# * Support pdflatex natively and by default (issue 6 - a long time coming)
# * Add ability to have a single $HOME/.latex-makefile/Makefile.ini for
# all invocations
# * Reworked graphic inclusion detection so that extensions need not be
# specified for either build strategy (e.g.,
# \includegraphics{test1.eps} -> \includegrahpics{test1})
# * Changed log format to include filenames and line numbers
# Chris Monson (2010-02-04):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.43
# * All of the following are for issue 63 (thanks to mojoh81):
# * Added documentation about fixing Makefile.ini default target
# * Added perl and python script targets
# * Fixed run logic to allow included .tex files to be scripted (the
# run-again logic now detects missing .tex files, and the MV
# command has been switched out for a command that only invokes
# MV if the files exist)
# * Changed scripted generation to only run once per make invocation
# * Added dependency on expr
# Chris Monson (2010-01-19):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.42
# * issue 62: Added .brf extension to cleanable files (backrefs)
# Chris Monson (2010-01-07):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.41
# * issue 60: bad makeindex runs now error out on subsequent tries
# Chris Monson (2009-12-01):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.40
# * issue 36: build all indices (for e.g., splitidx usage)
# * issue 59: clean up all generated files (including indices)
# Chris Monson (2009-11-23):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.39
# * issue 57: change ps2pdf invocations to just use gs directly
# Chris Monson (2009-11-19):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.38
# * issue 57: Added some limited support for Cygwin (spaces in filenames)
# Chris Monson (2009-11-15):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.37
# * Removed svninfo, since this is now managed by mercurial
# * Fixed typo in changelist
# * Issue 52: added jpg->eps conversion (thanks to brubakee)
# * Issue 54: fix missing Overfull colorization due to lack of a blank
# line preceding the first error.
# * Issue 51: remove head.tmp and body.tmp in make clean invocation
# * Issue 56: maintain multiple versions of log files (for debugging)
# Chris Monson (2009-11-14):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.36
# * Issues 53 and 49: added .brf, .mtc, and .maf to the cleanables
# Chris Monson (2009-11-05):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.35
# * Added nomenclature support (see issue 48)
# Chris Monson (2009-10-29):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.34
# * Fixed _out_ creation bug introduced in 2.1.33 (it was always created)
# * Fixed erroneous help output for $HOME in BINARY_TARGET_DIR
# * Changed contact email address - bring on the spam!
# Chris Monson (2009-10-21):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.33
# * Fixed issue 46, adding support for dot2tex (thanks to fdemesmay)
# * Made all_files.* settable in Makefile.ini (using ?= instead of :=)
# * Fixed issue 47, thanks to fdemesmay: add binary copy directory, copy
# dvi, pdf, and ps if it exists
# Chris Monson (2009-09-25):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.32
# * Fixed so that a changed lol file will cause a rebuild
# * Added .lol files to the cleanable list
# Chris Monson (2009-09-08):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.31
# * Closed issue 43: evince doesn't notice pdf change w/out touch
# Chris Monson (2009-08-28):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.30
# * Closed issue 39: Capture multi-line log warnings/errors to output
# Chris Monson (2009-08-26):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.29
# * Closed issue 42: add svg support using inkscape
# Chris Monson (2009-08-17):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.28
# * Patch from paul.biggar for issue 38: package warnings are overlooked
# Chris Monson (2009-08-07):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.27
# * Included patch for issue 37 - removes pdf/ps files before copying,
# allowing some broken viewers to see changes properly.
# Chris Monson (2009-05-15):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.26
# * Included patch for issue 9 from favonia - detects .fig changes for
# pstex files during regular compilation, so long as the pstex
# has been built at least once with make all-pstex.
# Chris Monson (2009-03-27):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.25
# * Cleaned up a bunch of variable setting stuff - more stuff is now
# settable from Makefile.ini
# * Cleaned up documentation for various features, especially settable
# variables.
# * issue 28: support for png -> eps conversion (it even looks good!)
# * issue 29: support for "neverclean" files in Makefile.ini
# * issue 30: make ps2pdf14 the default - fall back when not there
# Chris Monson (2009-03-09):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.24
# * issue 27: xmgrace support (thanks to rolandschulzhd)
# Chris Monson (2008-10-23):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.23
# * issue 23: fixed _check_programs to not use bash string subs
# Chris Monson (2008-09-02):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.22
# * Appled patch from Holger <yllohy@googlemail.com> to add include
# sources and some documentation updates.
# * Updated backup_patterns to be a bit more aggressive (also thanks to
# Holger)
# Chris Monson (2008-08-30):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.21
# * Added ability to specify onlysources.* variables to indicate the only
# files that should *not* be considered includes. Thanks to Holger
# <yllohy@googlemail.com> for this patch.
# * Added an automatic include of Makefile.ini if it exists. Allows
# settings to be made outside of this makefile.
# Chris Monson (2008-05-21):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.20
# * Added manual pstex compilation support (run make all-pstex first)
# * Removed all automatic pstex support. It was totally breaking
# everything and is very hard to incorporate into the makefile
# concept because it requires LaTeX to *fail* before it can
# determine that it needs the files.
# Chris Monson (2008-04-17):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.19
# * Changed the pstex build hack to be on by default
# Chris Monson (2008-04-09):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.18
# * issue 16: fixed pstex build problems, seems nondeterministic. Added
# gratuitious hack for testing: set PSTEX_BUILD_ALL_HACK=1.
# Chris Monson (2008-04-09):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.17
# * issue 20: fixed accumulation of <pid>*.make files - wildcard was
# refusing to work on files that are very recently created.
# Chris Monson (2008-04-02):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.16
# * issue 19: Removed the use of "type" to fix broken "echo" settings
# Chris Monson (2008-03-27):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.15
# * issue 18: Favors binary echo over builtin, as binary understands -n
# * issue 16: Fixed handling of missing pstex_t files in the log
# * issue 9: Added .SECONDARY target for .pstex files
# Chris Monson (2008-03-21):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.14
# * Fixed broken aux file flattening, which caused included bibs to be
# missed.
# Chris Monson (2008-03-20):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.13
# * Changed error output colorization to show errors for missing files
# that are not graphics files.
# Chris Monson (2008-03-20):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.12
# * Fixed a regression introduced in r28 that makes bibtex fail when
# there is no index file present
# Chris Monson (2008-03-03):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.11
# * Fixed issue 11 (handle index files, reported by abachn)
# * Cleaned up some comments and help text
# Chris Monson (2008-01-24):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.10
# * Fixed to work when 'sh' is a POSIX shell like 'dash'
# Chris Monson (2007-12-12):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.9
# * Fixed documentation and dependency graph for pstex files
# Chris Monson (2007-12-12):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.8
# * Added basic pstex_t support for fig files (Issue 9 by favonia)
# I still suggest that psfrag be used instead.
# Chris Monson (2007-10-16):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.7
# * Removed todo item: allow other comment directives for rst conversion
# * Added ability to use global rst style file _rststyle_._include_.tex
# * Added help text to that effect
# Chris Monson (2007-05-20):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.6
# * Changed default paper size for rst files
# * Added todo item: fix paper size for rst files
# * Added todo item: allow other comment directives for rst conversion
# Chris Monson (2007-04-02):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.5
# * Addressed Issue 7, incorrect .gpi.d generation in subdirectories
# Chris Monson (2007-03-28):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.4
# * Fixed syntax error in dot output
# Chris Monson (2007-03-01):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.3
# * Added reST to the included documentation
# * Fixed graphics and script generation to be settable in the
# environment.
# Chris Monson (2007-02-23):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.2
# * Added the ability to generate .tex files from .rst files
# Chris Monson (2006-10-17):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.1
# * Fixed includes from subdirectories (sed-to-sed slash escape problem)
# Chris Monson (2006-10-05):
# * Bumped version to 2.1.0 (pretty serious new feature added)
# * New feature: bib files can now be anywhere on the BIBINPUTS path
# * New programs: kpsewhich (with tetex) and xargs (BSD)
# Chris Monson (2006-09-28):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.9
# * Added ability to parse more than one bibliography
# Chris Monson (2006-06-01):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.8
# * Added .vrb to the list of cleaned files
# Chris Monson (2006-04-26):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.7
# * Fixed so that clean-nographics does not remove .gpi.d files
# * Removed jpg -> eps hack (not working properly -- just pre-convert)
# * Fixed so that postscript grayscale can be done with BSD sed
# Chris Monson (2006-04-25):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.6
# * Fixed so that changed toc, lot, lof, or out causes a rebuild
# Chris Monson (2006-04-17):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.5
# * Added jpg -> eps conversion target
# Chris Monson (2006-04-12):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.4
# * Fixed BSD sed invocation to not use \| as a branch delimiter
# * Added a comment section on what is and is not allowed in BSD sed
# * Made paper size handling more robust while I was at it
# * Fixed postscript RGB grayscale to use a weighted average
# * Fixed postscript HSB grayscale to convert to RGB first
# * Fixed a problem with rebuilding .bbl files
# Chris Monson (2006-04-11):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.3
# * Fixed some BSD sed problems: can't use \n in substitutions
# Chris Monson (2006-04-10):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.2
# * Once again removed ability to create .tex files from scripts
# * \includeonly works again
# Chris Monson (2006-04-09):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.1
# * Fixed grayscale postscript handling to be more robust
# * Added ability to generate ._gray_. files from eps and eps.gz
# * Added ability to clean ._gray_.eps files created from .eps files
# Chris Monson (2006-04-07):
# * Bumped version to 2.0.0
# * Removed clunky ability to create included .tex files from scripts
# * Added note in the help about included tex scripting not working
# * Fixed the .eps generation to delete %.gpihead.make when finished
# * Abandoned designs to use shell variables to create sed scripts
# * Abandoned __default__.tex.sh idea: it causes recursion with %: .
# * Removed web page to-do. All items are now complete.
# * Added better grayscale conversion for dot figures (direct ps fixup).
# * Include files can now be scripted (at the expense of \includeonly).
# * Updated dependency graph to contain better node names.
# Chris Monson (2006-04-06):
# * Bumped version to 2.0b3
# * Top level includes now fail if there is no rule to build them
# * A helpful message is printed when they do fail
# * Grayscale has been changed to be ._gray_, other phonies use _ now, too
# * Grayscale handling has been completed
# * Changed _include_stems target to _includes target.
# * Fixed _includes target to be useful by itself.
# * Removed the ability to specify clean and build targets at once
# * Verified that epsfig works fine with current code
# * Fixed included scripts so that they are added to the dep files
# * Fixed so that graphics includes don't happen if they aren't for gpi
# * Fixed dot output to allow grayscale.
# Chris Monson (2006-04-05):
# * Bumped version to 2.0b2
# * Removed automatic -gray output. It needs fixing in a bad way.
# * Revamped dependency creation completely.
# * Fixed conditional inclusion to actually work (test.nobuild.d, test.d).
# * Fixed clean target to remove log targets
# * Added the 'monochrome' word for gray gpi output
# * Added a _check_gpi_files target that checks for common problems
# * Changed the _version target into the version target (no _)
# * Added better handling of grayscale files. Use the .gray.pdf target.
# * Fixed testing for rebuilds
# Chris Monson (2006-04-04):
# * Bumped version to 2.0b1
# * Changed colorization of output
# * Made .auxbbl and .auxtex .make files secondary targets
# * Shortened and simplified the final latex invocation loop
# * Added version-specific output ($$i vs. $$$$i) in latex loop
# * Added a build message for the first .dvi run (Building .dvi (0))
# * Removed some build messages that most people don't care about.
# * Simplified procedure for user-set colors -- simple text specification
# * Fixed diff output to...not output.
# * Fixed rerun bug -- detect not only when preceded with LaTeX Warning
# * Sped up gpi plotting
# * Added error handling and colorized output for gpi failure
# * Documented color changing stuff.
# * Now sort the flattened aux file to avoid false recompilation needs
# * Added clean-nographics target
# * Don't remove self.dvi file if self.aux is missing in the log
# * Clarified some code. Did some very minor adjusting.
# Chris Monson (2006-04-03):
# * Bumped version to 2.0a7
# * Added .dvi and .ps files as secondary files.
# * Fixed handling of multiple run detection when includeonly is in use.
# * Added code to flatten .aux files.
# * Added more files as .SECONDARY prerequisites to avoid recompilation.
# * Fixed the inputs generation to be much simpler and to use pipes.
# * Added the dependency graph directly into the makefile.
# * Changed flatten-aux to remove \@writefile \relax \newlabel, etc.
# * Undid pipe changes with sed usage (BSD sed doesn't know -f-).
# * Added a _check_programs target that tells you what your system has.
# * Fixed an error in colorization that made unnecessary errors appear
# * Added view targets.
# * Updated help text.
# * Augmented cookies so that .aux can trigger .bbl and .dvi rebuilds
# * Added more informative error handling for dvips and ps2pdf
# Chris Monson (2006-04-02):
# * Bumped version to 2.0a6
# * Added indirection to .bbl dependencies to avoid rebuilding .bbl files
# * Streamlined the diff invocation to eliminate an existence test
# * Removed special shell quote escape variables
# * Moved includes to a more prominent location
# * Fixed .inputs.make to not contain .aux files
# * Fixed embedding to use a file instead of always grepping.
# * Added *.make.temp to the list of cleanable files
# * Fixed Ruby. It should now be supported properly.
# * Now differentiate between all, default, and buildable files.
# * Fixed to bail out on serious errors.
# * Revised the handling of includable files. Still working on it.
# Chris Monson (2006-03-31):
# * Bumped version to 2.0a5
# * Fixed a bug with LaTeX error detection (there can be spaces)
# * Added .bbl support, simplifying everything and making it more correct
# * Refactored some tests that muddy the code
# * Did a little cleanup of some shell loops that can safely be make loops
# * Added support for graphviz .dot files
# * Made _all_programs output easier to read
# * Added the ruby support that has long been advertised
# * Font embedding was screwed up for PostScript -- now implicit
# * Changed the generation of -gray.gpi files to a single command
# * Changed any make-generated file that is not included from .d to .make
# Chris Monson (2006-03-30):
# * Bumped version to 2.0a4
# * Fixed a bug with very long graphics file names
# * Added a todo entry for epsfig support
# * Fixed a bug paper size bug: sometimes more than one entry appears
# * Fixed DVI build echoing to display the number instead of process ID
# * DVI files are now removed on first invocation if ANY file is missing
# * Added a simple grayscale approach: if a file ends with -gray.gpi, it
# is created from the corresponding .gpi file with a special
# comment ##GRAY in its header, which causes coloring to be
# turned off.
# * Fixed a bug in the handling of .tex.sh files. For some reason I had
# neglected to define file stems for scripted output.
# * Removed a trailing ; from the %.graphics dependencies
# * Added dvips embedding (I think it works, anyway)
# Chris Monson (2006-03-29):
# * Bumped version to 2.0a3
# * Fixed error in make 3.79 with MAKEFILE_LIST usage
# * Added the presumed filename to the _version output
# * Added a vim macro for converting sed scripts to make commands
# * Added gpi dependency support (plotting external files and loading gpi)
# * Allow .gpi files to be ignored if called .include.gpi or .nobuild.gpi
# * Fixed sed invocations where \+ was used. BSD sed uses \{1,\}.
# Chris Monson (2006-03-28):
# * Bumped version to 2.0a2
# * Added SHELL_DEBUG and VERBOSE options
# * Changed the default shell back to /bin/sh (unset, in other words)
# * Moved .PHONY declarations closer to their targets
# * Moved help text into its own define block to obtain better formatting
# * Removed need for double-entry when adding a new program invocation
# * Moved .SECONDARY declaration closer to its relevant occurrence
# * Commented things more heavily
# * Added help text about setting terminal and output in gnuplot
# * Created more fine-grained clean targets
# * Added a %.graphics target that generates all of %'s graphics
# * Killed backward-compatible graphics generation (e.g., eps.gpi=gpi.eps)
# * For now, we're just GPL 2, not 3. Maybe it will change later
# * Made the version and svninfo into variables
# Chris Monson (2006-03-27):
# * Bumped version to 2.0a1
# * Huge, sweeping changes -- automatic dependencies
# IMPORTANT!
#
# When adding to the following list, do not introduce any blank lines. The
# list is extracted for documentation using sed and is terminated by a blank
# line.
#
# EXTERNAL PROGRAMS:
# = ESSENTIAL PROGRAMS =
# == Basic Shell Utilities ==
CAT ?= cat
CP ?= cp -f
DIFF ?= diff
ECHO ?= echo
EGREP ?= egrep
ENV ?= env
EXPR ?= expr
MV ?= mv -f
SED ?= sed
SORT ?= sort
TOUCH ?= touch
UNIQ ?= uniq
WHICH ?= which
XARGS ?= xargs
SLEEP ?= sleep
# == LaTeX (tetex-provided) ==
BIBTEX ?= bibtex
DVIPS ?= dvips
LATEX ?= latex
PDFLATEX ?= pdflatex
EPSTOPDF ?= epstopdf
MAKEINDEX ?= makeindex
KPSEWHICH ?= kpsewhich
GS ?= gs
# = OPTIONAL PROGRAMS =
# == Makefile Color Output ==
TPUT ?= tput
# == TeX Generation ==
PERL ?= perl
PYTHON ?= python
RST2LATEX ?= rst2latex.py
# == EPS Generation ==
CONVERT ?= convert # ImageMagick
DOT ?= dot # GraphViz
DOT2TEX ?= dot2tex # dot2tex - add options (not -o) as needed
FIG2DEV ?= fig2dev # XFig
GNUPLOT ?= gnuplot # GNUplot
INKSCAPE ?= inkscape # Inkscape (svg support)
XMGRACE ?= xmgrace # XMgrace
PNGTOPNM ?= pngtopnm # From NetPBM - step 1 for png -> eps
PPMTOPGM ?= ppmtopgm # From NetPBM - (gray) step 2 for png -> eps
PNMTOPS ?= pnmtops # From NetPBM - step 3 for png -> eps
GUNZIP ?= gunzip # GZipped EPS
# == Beamer Enlarged Output ==
PSNUP ?= psnup
# == Viewing Stuff ==
VIEW_POSTSCRIPT ?= gv
VIEW_PDF ?= xpdf
VIEW_GRAPHICS ?= display
# Command options for embedding fonts and postscript->pdf conversion
PS_EMBED_OPTIONS ?= -dPDFSETTINGS=/printer -dEmbedAllFonts=true -dSubsetFonts=true -dMaxSubsetPct=100
PS_COMPATIBILITY ?= 1.4
# Defaults for GPI
DEFAULT_GPI_EPS_FONTSIZE ?= 22
DEFAULT_GPI_PDF_FONTSIZE ?= 12
# Style file for ReST
RST_STYLE_FILE ?= $(wildcard _rststyle_._include_.tex)
# This ensures that even when echo is a shell builtin, we still use the binary
# (the builtin doesn't always understand -n)
FIXED_ECHO := $(if $(findstring -n,$(shell $(ECHO) -n)),$(shell which echo),$(ECHO))
ECHO := $(if $(FIXED_ECHO),$(FIXED_ECHO),$(ECHO))
define determine-gnuplot-output-extension
$(if $(shell $(WHICH) $(GNUPLOT)),
$(if $(findstring unknown or ambiguous, $(shell $(GNUPLOT) -e "set terminal pdf" 2>&1)),
eps, pdf),
none)
endef
GNUPLOT_OUTPUT_EXTENSION ?= $(strip $(call determine-gnuplot-output-extension))
# Directory into which we place "binaries" if it exists.
# Note that this can be changed on the commandline or in Makefile.ini:
#
# Command line:
# make BINARY_TARGET_DIR=$HOME/pdfs myfile.pdf
#
# Also, you can specify a relative directory (relative to the Makefile):
# make BINARY_TARGET_DIR=pdfs myfile.pdf
#
# Or, you can use Makefile.ini:
#
# BINARY_TARGET_DIR := $(HOME)/bin_out
#
BINARY_TARGET_DIR ?= _out_
RESTARTS := $(if $(MAKE_RESTARTS),$(MAKE_RESTARTS),0)
# SH NOTES
#
# On some systems, /bin/sh, which is the default shell, is not linked to
# /bin/bash. While bash is supposed to be sh-compatible when invoked as sh, it
# just isn't. This section details some of the things you have to stay away
# from to remain sh-compatible.
#
# * File pattern expansion does not work for {}
# * [ "$x" = "$y" ] has to be [ x"$x" x"$y" ]
# * &> for stderr redirection doesn't work, use 2>&1 instead
#
# BSD SED NOTES
#
# BSD SED is not very nice compared to GNU sed, but it is the most
# commonly-invoked sed on Macs (being based on BSD), so we have to cater to
# it or require people to install GNU sed. It seems like the GNU
# requirement isn't too bad since this makefile is really a GNU makefile,
# but apparently GNU sed is much less common than GNU make in general, so
# I'm supporting it here.
#
# Sad experience has taught me the following about BSD sed:
#
# * \+ is not understood to mean \{1,\}
# * \| is meaningless (does not branch)
# * \n cannot be used as a substitution character
# * ? does not mean \{0,1\}, but is literal
# * a\ works, but only reliably for a single line if subsequent lines
# have forward slashes in them (as is the case in postscript)
#
# For more info (on the Mac) you can consult
#
# man -M /usr/share/man re_format
#
# And look for the word "Obsolete" near the bottom.
#
# EXTERNAL PROGRAM DOCUMENTATION SCRIPT
#
# $(call output-all-programs,[<output file>])
define output-all-programs
[ -f '$(this_file)' ] && \
$(SED) \
-e '/^[[:space:]]*#[[:space:]]*EXTERNAL PROGRAMS:/,/^$$/!d' \
-e '/EXTERNAL PROGRAMS/d' \
-e '/^$$/d' \
-e '/^[[:space:]]*#/i\ '\
-e 's/^[[:space:]]*#[[:space:]][^=]*//' \
$(this_file) $(if $1,> '$1',) || \
$(ECHO) "Cannot determine the name of this makefile."
endef
# If they misspell gray, it should still work.
GRAY ?= $(call get-default,$(GREY),)
#
# Utility Functions and Definitions
#
# While not exactly a make function, this vim macro is useful. It takes a
# verbatim sed script and converts each line to something suitable in a command
# context. Just paste the script's contents into the editor, yank this into a
# register (starting at '0') and run the macro once for each line of the
# original script:
#
# 0i -e :s/\$/$$/eg
:s/'/'"'"'/eg
^Ela'A' \:noh
j
# don't call this directly - it is here to avoid calling wildcard more than
# once in remove-files.
remove-files-helper = $(if $1,$(RM) $1,$(sh_true))
# $(call remove-files,file1 file2)
remove-files = $(call remove-files-helper,$(wildcard $1))
# Removes all cleanable files in the given list
# $(call clean-files,file1 file2 file3 ...)
# Works exactly like remove-files, but filters out files in $(neverclean)
clean-files = \
$(call remove-files-helper,$(call cleanable-files,$(wildcard $1)))
# Outputs all generated files to STDOUT, along with some others that are
# created by these (e.g., .idx files end up producing .ilg and .ind files).
# Discovered by reading *.fls OUTPUT lines and producing corresponding .ind
# filenames as needed.
#
# $(call get-generated-names,<source recorder file (*.fls)>)
define get-generated-names
[ -f '$1' ] && \
$(SED) \
-e '/^OUTPUT /{' \
-e ' s///' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' s/\.idx/\.ind/p' \
-e ' s/\.ind/\.ilg/p' \
-e '}' \
-e 'd' \
'$1' \
| $(SORT) | $(UNIQ)
endef
# This removes files without checking whether they are there or not. This
# sometimes has to be used when the file is created by a series of shell
# commands, but there ends up being a race condition: make doesn't know about
# the file generation as quickly as the system does, so $(wildcard ...) doesn't
# work right. Blech.
# $(call remove-temporary-files,filenames)
remove-temporary-files = $(if $1,$(RM) $1,:)
# Create an identifier from a file name
# $(call cleanse-filename,filename)
cleanse-filename = $(subst .,_,$(subst /,__,$1))
# Escape dots
# $(call escape-dots,str)
escape-dots = $(subst .,\\.,$1)
# Test that a file exists
# $(call test-exists,file)
test-exists = [ -e '$1' ]
# $(call move-files,source,destination)
move-if-exists = $(call test-exists,$1) && $(MV) '$1' '$2'
# Copy file1 to file2 only if file2 doesn't exist or they are different
# $(call copy-if-different,sfile,dfile)
copy-if-different = $(call test-different,$1,$2) && $(CP) '$1' '$2'
copy-if-exists = $(call test-exists,$1) && $(CP) '$1' '$2'
move-if-different = $(call test-different,$1,$2) && $(MV) '$1' '$2'
replace-if-different-and-remove = \
$(call test-different,$1,$2) \
&& $(MV) '$1' '$2' \
|| $(call remove-files,'$1')
# Note that $(DIFF) returns success when the files are the SAME....
# $(call test-different,sfile,dfile)
test-different = ! $(DIFF) -q '$1' '$2' >/dev/null 2>&1
test-exists-and-different = \
$(call test-exists,$2) && $(call test-different,$1,$2)
# Return value 1, or value 2 if value 1 is empty
# $(call get-default,<possibly empty arg>,<default value if empty>)
get-default = $(if $1,$1,$2)
# Copy a file and log what's going on
# $(call copy-with-logging,<source>,<target>)
define copy-with-logging
if [ -d '$2/' ]; then \
if $(CP) '$1' '$2/'; then \
$(ECHO) "$(C_INFO)Copied '$1' to '$2/'$(C_RESET)"; \
else \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)Failed to copy '$1' to '$2/'$(C_RESET)"; \
fi; \
fi
endef
# Gives a reassuring message about the failure to find include files
# $(call include-message,<list of include files>)
define include-message
$(strip \
$(if $(filter-out $(wildcard $1),$1),\
$(shell $(ECHO) \
"$(C_INFO)NOTE: You may ignore warnings about the"\
"following files:" >&2;\
$(ECHO) >&2; \
$(foreach s,$(filter-out $(wildcard $1),$1),$(ECHO) ' $s' >&2;)\
$(ECHO) "$(C_RESET)" >&2)
))
endef
# Characters that are hard to specify in certain places
space := $(empty) $(empty)
colon := \:
comma := ,
# Useful shell definitions
sh_true := :
sh_false := ! :
# Clear out the standard interfering make suffixes
.SUFFIXES:
# Turn off forceful rm (RM is usually mapped to rm -f)
ifdef SAFE_RM
RM := rm
endif
# Turn command echoing back on with VERBOSE=1
ifndef VERBOSE
QUIET := @
endif
# Turn on shell debugging with SHELL_DEBUG=1
# (EVERYTHING is echoed, even $(shell ...) invocations)
ifdef SHELL_DEBUG
SHELL += -x
endif
# Get the name of this makefile (always right in 3.80, often right in 3.79)
# This is only really used for documentation, so it isn't too serious.
ifdef MAKEFILE_LIST
this_file := $(word $(words $(MAKEFILE_LIST)),$(MAKEFILE_LIST))
else
this_file := $(wildcard GNUmakefile makefile Makefile)
endif
# Terminal color definitions
REAL_TPUT := $(if $(NO_COLOR),,$(shell $(WHICH) $(TPUT)))
# $(call get-term-code,codeinfo)
# e.g.,
# $(call get-term-code,setaf 0)
get-term-code = $(if $(REAL_TPUT),$(shell $(REAL_TPUT) $1),)
black := $(call get-term-code,setaf 0)
red := $(call get-term-code,setaf 1)
green := $(call get-term-code,setaf 2)
yellow := $(call get-term-code,setaf 3)
blue := $(call get-term-code,setaf 4)
magenta := $(call get-term-code,setaf 5)
cyan := $(call get-term-code,setaf 6)
white := $(call get-term-code,setaf 7)
bold := $(call get-term-code,bold)
uline := $(call get-term-code,smul)
reset := $(call get-term-code,sgr0)
#
# User-settable definitions
#
LATEX_COLOR_WARNING ?= magenta
LATEX_COLOR_ERROR ?= red
LATEX_COLOR_INFO ?= green
LATEX_COLOR_UNDERFULL ?= magenta
LATEX_COLOR_OVERFULL ?= red bold
LATEX_COLOR_PAGES ?= bold
LATEX_COLOR_BUILD ?= cyan
LATEX_COLOR_GRAPHIC ?= yellow
LATEX_COLOR_DEP ?= green
LATEX_COLOR_SUCCESS ?= green bold
LATEX_COLOR_FAILURE ?= red bold
# Gets the real color from a simple textual definition like those above
# $(call get-color,ALL_CAPS_COLOR_NAME)
# e.g., $(call get-color,WARNING)
get-color = $(subst $(space),,$(foreach c,$(LATEX_COLOR_$1),$($c)))
#
# STANDARD COLORS
#
C_WARNING := $(call get-color,WARNING)
C_ERROR := $(call get-color,ERROR)
C_INFO := $(call get-color,INFO)
C_UNDERFULL := $(call get-color,UNDERFULL)
C_OVERFULL := $(call get-color,OVERFULL)
C_PAGES := $(call get-color,PAGES)
C_BUILD := $(call get-color,BUILD)
C_GRAPHIC := $(call get-color,GRAPHIC)
C_DEP := $(call get-color,DEP)
C_SUCCESS := $(call get-color,SUCCESS)
C_FAILURE := $(call get-color,FAILURE)
C_RESET := $(reset)
#
# PRE-BUILD TESTS
#
# Check that clean targets are not combined with other targets (weird things
# happen, and it's not easy to fix them)
hascleangoals := $(if $(sort $(filter clean clean-%,$(MAKECMDGOALS))),1)
hasbuildgoals := $(if $(sort $(filter-out clean clean-%,$(MAKECMDGOALS))),1)
ifneq "$(hasbuildgoals)" ""
ifneq "$(hascleangoals)" ""
$(error $(C_ERROR)Clean and build targets specified together$(C_RESET)))
endif
endif
#
# VARIABLE DECLARATIONS
#
# Names of sed scripts that morph gnuplot files -- only the first found is used
GNUPLOT_SED := global-gpi.sed gnuplot.sed
GNUPLOT_GLOBAL := global._include_.gpi gnuplot.global
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "latex"
default_graphic_extension ?= eps
latex_build_program ?= $(LATEX)
build_target_extension ?= dvi
hyperref_driver_pattern ?= hdvips
hyperref_driver_error ?= Using dvips: specify ps2pdf in the hyperref options.
endif
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "pdflatex"
default_graphic_extension ?= pdf
latex_build_program ?= $(PDFLATEX)
build_target_extension ?= pdf
hyperref_driver_pattern ?= hpdf.*
hyperref_driver_error ?= Using pdflatex: specify pdftex in the hyperref options (or leave it blank).
endif
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "xelatex"
default_graphic_extension ?= pdf
latex_build_program ?= $(XELATEX)
build_target_extension ?= pdf
hyperref_driver_pattern ?= hdvipdf.*
hyperref_driver_error ?= Using pdflatex: specify pdftex in the hyperref options (or leave it blank).
endif
# Files of interest
all_files.tex ?= $(wildcard *.tex)
all_files.tex.sh ?= $(wildcard *.tex.sh)
all_files.tex.pl ?= $(wildcard *.tex.pl)
all_files.tex.py ?= $(wildcard *.tex.py)
all_files.rst ?= $(wildcard *.rst)
all_files.fig ?= $(wildcard *.fig)
all_files.gpi ?= $(wildcard *.gpi)
all_files.dot ?= $(wildcard *.dot)
all_files.xvg ?= $(wildcard *.xvg)
all_files.svg ?= $(wildcard *.svg)
all_files.png ?= $(wildcard *.png)
all_files.jpg ?= $(wildcard *.jpg)
all_files.eps.gz ?= $(wildcard *.eps.gz)
all_files.eps ?= $(wildcard *.eps)
# Utility function for obtaining all files not specified in $(neverclean)
# $(call cleanable-files,file1 file2 file3 ...)
# Returns the list of files that is not in $(wildcard $(neverclean))
cleanable-files = $(filter-out $(wildcard $(neverclean)), $1)
# Utility function for getting all .$1 files that are to be ignored
# * files listed in $(includes.$1)
# * files not listed in $(onlysources.$1) if it is defined
ignore_files = \
$(includes.$1) \
$(if $(onlysources.$1),$(filter-out $(onlysources.$1), $(all_files.$1)))
# Patterns to never be allowed as source targets
ignore_patterns := %._include_
# Patterns allowed as source targets but not included in 'all' builds
nodefault_patterns := %._nobuild_ $(ignore_patterns)
# Utility function for getting targets suitable building
# $(call filter-buildable,suffix)
filter-buildable = \
$(filter-out $(call ignore_files,$1) \
$(addsuffix .$1,$(ignore_patterns)),$(all_files.$1))
# Utility function for getting targets suitable for 'all' builds
# $(call filter-default,suffix)
filter-default = \
$(filter-out $(call ignore_files,$1) \
$(addsuffix .$1,$(nodefault_patterns)),$(all_files.$1))
# Top level sources that can be built even when they are not by default
files.tex := $(call filter-buildable,tex)
files.tex.sh := $(call filter-buildable,tex.sh)
files.tex.pl := $(call filter-buildable,tex.pl)
files.tex.py := $(call filter-buildable,tex.py)
files.rst := $(call filter-buildable,rst)
files.gpi := $(call filter-buildable,gpi)
files.dot := $(call filter-buildable,dot)
files.fig := $(call filter-buildable,fig)
files.xvg := $(call filter-buildable,xvg)
files.svg := $(call filter-buildable,svg)
files.png := $(call filter-buildable,png)
files.jpg := $(call filter-buildable,jpg)
files.eps.gz := $(call filter-buildable,eps.gz)
# Make all pstex targets secondary. The pstex_t target requires the pstex
# target, and nothing else really depends on it, so it often gets deleted.
# This avoids that by allowing *all* fig files to be pstex targets, which is
# perfectly valid and causes no problems even if they're going to become eps
# files in the end.
.SECONDARY: $(patsubst %.fig,%.pstex,$(files.fig))
# Top level sources that are built by default targets
default_files.tex := $(call filter-default,tex)
default_files.tex.sh := $(call filter-default,tex.sh)
default_files.tex.pl := $(call filter-default,tex.pl)
default_files.tex.py := $(call filter-default,tex.py)
default_files.rst := $(call filter-default,rst)
default_files.gpi := $(call filter-default,gpi)
default_files.dot := $(call filter-default,dot)
default_files.fig := $(call filter-default,fig)
default_files.xvg := $(call filter-default,xvg)
default_files.svg := $(call filter-default,svg)
default_files.png := $(call filter-default,png)
default_files.jpg := $(call filter-default,jpg)
default_files.eps.gz := $(call filter-default,eps.gz)
# Utility function for creating larger lists of files
# $(call concat-files,suffixes,[prefix])
concat-files = $(foreach s,$1,$($(if $2,$2_,)files.$s))
# Useful file groupings
all_files_source := $(call concat-files,tex,all)
all_files_scripts := $(call concat-files,tex.sh tex.pl tex.py rst,all)
.PHONY: $(all_files_scripts)
default_files_source := $(call concat-files,tex,default)
default_files_scripts := $(call concat-files,tex.sh tex.pl tex.py rst,default)
files_source := $(call concat-files,tex)
files_scripts := $(call concat-files,tex.sh tex.pl tex.py rst)
# Utility function for obtaining stems
# $(call get-stems,suffix,[prefix])
get-stems = $(sort $($(if $2,$2_,)files.$1:%.$1=%))
# List of all stems (including ._include_ and ._nobuild_ file stems)
all_stems.tex := $(call get-stems,tex,all)
all_stems.tex.sh := $(call get-stems,tex.sh,all)
all_stems.tex.pl := $(call get-stems,tex.pl,all)
all_stems.tex.py := $(call get-stems,tex.py,all)
all_stems.rst := $(call get-stems,rst,all)
all_stems.fig := $(call get-stems,fig,all)
all_stems.gpi := $(call get-stems,gpi,all)
all_stems.dot := $(call get-stems,dot,all)
all_stems.xvg := $(call get-stems,xvg,all)
all_stems.svg := $(call get-stems,svg,all)
all_stems.png := $(call get-stems,png,all)
all_stems.jpg := $(call get-stems,jpg,all)
all_stems.eps.gz := $(call get-stems,eps.gz,all)
all_stems.eps := $(call get-stems,eps,all)
# List of all default stems (all default PDF targets):
default_stems.tex := $(call get-stems,tex,default)
default_stems.tex.sh := $(call get-stems,tex.sh,default)
default_stems.tex.pl := $(call get-stems,tex.pl,default)
default_stems.tex.py := $(call get-stems,tex.py,default)
default_stems.rst := $(call get-stems,rst,default)
default_stems.fig := $(call get-stems,fig,default)
default_stems.gpi := $(call get-stems,gpi,default)
default_stems.dot := $(call get-stems,dot,default)
default_stems.xvg := $(call get-stems,xvg,default)
default_stems.svg := $(call get-stems,svg,default)
default_stems.png := $(call get-stems,png,default)
default_stems.jpg := $(call get-stems,jpg,default)
default_stems.eps.gz := $(call get-stems,eps.gz,default)
# List of all stems (all possible bare PDF targets created here):
stems.tex := $(call get-stems,tex)
stems.tex.sh := $(call get-stems,tex.sh)
stems.tex.pl := $(call get-stems,tex.pl)
stems.tex.py := $(call get-stems,tex.py)
stems.rst := $(call get-stems,rst)
stems.fig := $(call get-stems,fig)
stems.gpi := $(call get-stems,gpi)
stems.dot := $(call get-stems,dot)
stems.xvg := $(call get-stems,xvg)
stems.svg := $(call get-stems,svg)
stems.png := $(call get-stems,png)
stems.jpg := $(call get-stems,jpg)
stems.eps.gz := $(call get-stems,eps.gz)
# Utility function for creating larger lists of stems
# $(call concat-stems,suffixes,[prefix])
concat-stems = $(sort $(foreach s,$1,$($(if $2,$2_,)stems.$s)))
# The most likely to be source but not finished product go first
graphic_source_extensions := fig \
gpi \
xvg \
svg \
dot \
eps.gz
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "latex"
graphic_source_extensions += png jpg
graphic_target_extensions := eps ps
endif
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "pdflatex"
graphic_source_extensions += eps
graphic_target_extensions := pdf png jpg mps tif
endif
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "xelatex"
graphic_source_extensions += eps
graphic_target_extensions := pdf png jpg mps tif
endif
all_stems_source := $(call concat-stems,tex,all)
all_stems_script := $(call concat-stems,tex.sh tex.pl tex.py rst,all)
all_stems_graphic := $(call concat-stems,$(graphic_source_extensions),all)
all_stems_ss := $(sort $(all_stems_source) $(all_stems_script))
all_stems_sg := $(sort $(all_stems_script))
all_stems_ssg := $(sort $(all_stems_ss))
default_stems_source := $(call concat-stems,tex,default)
default_stems_script := $(call concat-stems,tex.sh tex.pl tex.py rst,default)
default_stems_ss := $(sort $(default_stems_source) $(default_stems_script))
default_stems_sg := $(sort $(default_stems_script))
default_stems_ssg := $(sort $(default_stems_ss))
stems_source := $(call concat-stems,tex)
stems_script := $(call concat-stems,tex.sh tex.pl tex.py rst)
stems_graphic := $(call concat-stems,$(graphic_source_extensions))
stems_gg := $(sort $(stems_graphic))
stems_ss := $(sort $(stems_source) $(stems_script))
stems_sg := $(sort $(stems_script))
stems_ssg := $(sort $(stems_ss))
# Calculate names that can generate the need for an include file. We can't
# really do this with patterns because it's too easy to screw up, so we create
# an exhaustive list.
allowed_source_suffixes := \
pdf \
ps \
dvi \
ind \
nls \
bbl \
aux \
aux.make \
d \
auxbbl.make \
_graphics \
_show
allowed_source_patterns := $(addprefix %.,$(allowed_source_suffixes))
allowed_graphic_suffixes := \
pdf \
eps \
gpihead.make \
gpi.d
allowed_graphic_patterns := $(addprefix %.,$(allowed_graphic_suffixes))
# All targets allowed to build documents
allowed_source_targets := \
$(foreach suff,$(allowed_source_suffixes),\
$(addsuffix .$(suff),$(stems_ssg)))
# All targets allowed to build graphics
allowed_graphic_targets := \
$(foreach suff,$(allowed_graphic_suffixes),\
$(addsuffix .$(suff),$(stems_gg)))
# All targets that build multiple documents (like 'all')
allowed_batch_source_targets := \
all \
all-pdf \
all-ps \
all-dvi \
all-bbl \
all-ind \
all-gls \
all-nls \
show
# All targets that build multiple graphics (independent of document)
allowed_batch_graphic_targets := \
all-graphics \
all-pstex \
all-dot2tex \
show-graphics
# Now we figure out which stuff is available as a make target for THIS RUN.
real_goals := $(call get-default,$(filter-out _includes,$(MAKECMDGOALS)),\
all)
specified_source_targets := $(strip \
$(filter $(allowed_source_targets) $(stems_ssg),$(real_goals)) \
)
specified_batch_source_targets := $(strip \
$(filter $(allowed_batch_source_targets),$(real_goals)) \
)
specified_graphic_targets := $(strip \
$(filter $(allowed_graphic_targets),$(real_goals)) \
)
specified_batch_graphic_targets := $(strip \
$(filter $(allowed_batch_graphic_targets),$(real_goals)) \
)
specified_gpi_targets := $(patsubst %.gpi,%.$(default_graphic_extension),\
$(filter $(patsubst %.$(default_graphic_extension),%.gpi,$(specified_graphic_targets)),\
$(all_files.gpi)) \
)
# Determine which .d files need including from the information gained above.
# This is done by first checking whether a batch target exists. If it does,
# then all *default* stems are used to create possible includes (nobuild need
# not apply for batch status). If no batch targets exist, then the individual
# targets are considered and appropriate includes are taken from them.
source_stems_to_include := \
$(sort\
$(if $(specified_batch_source_targets),\
$(default_stems_ss),\
$(foreach t,$(specified_source_targets),\
$(foreach p,$(allowed_source_patterns),\
$(patsubst $p,%,$(filter $p $(stems_ssg),$t)) \
)) \
))
# Determine which .gpi.d files are needed using the above information. We
# first check whether a batch target is specified, then check individual
# graphics that may have been specified.
graphic_stems_to_include := \
$(sort\
$(if $(specified_batch_graphic_targets),\
$(default_stems.gpi),\
$(foreach t,$(specified_gpi_targets),\
$(foreach p,$(allowed_graphic_patterns),\
$(patsubst $p,%,$(filter $p,$t)) \
)) \
))
# All dependencies for the 'all' targets
all_pdf_targets := $(addsuffix .pdf,$(stems_ssg))
all_ps_targets := $(addsuffix .ps,$(stems_ssg))
all_dvi_targets := $(addsuffix .dvi,$(stems_ssg))
all_tex_targets := $(addsuffix .tex,$(stems_sg))
all_d_targets := $(addsuffix .d,$(stems_ssg))
all_graphics_targets := $(addsuffix .$(default_graphic_extension),$(stems_gg))
intermediate_graphics_targets := $(if $(filter pdf,$(default_graphic_extension)),$(addsuffix .eps,$(stems_gg)),)
all_pstex_targets := $(addsuffix .pstex_t,$(stems.fig))
all_dot2tex_targets := $(addsuffix .dot_t,$(stems.dot))
all_known_graphics := $(sort $(all_graphics_targets) $(wildcard *.$(default_graphic_extension)))
default_pdf_targets := $(addsuffix .pdf,$(default_stems_ss))
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "latex"
default_ps_targets := $(addsuffix .ps,$(default_stems_ss))
default_dvi_targets := $(addsuffix .dvi,$(default_stems_ss))
pre_pdf_extensions := dvi ps
endif
# Extensions generated by LaTeX invocation that can be removed when complete
rm_ext := \
log *.log aux $(pre_pdf_extensions) pdf blg bbl out nav snm toc lof lot lol pfg \
fls vrb idx ind ilg glg glo gls lox nls nlo nlg brf mtc maf brf
backup_patterns := *~ *.bak *.backup body.tmp head.tmp
graph_stem := _graph
# All LaTeX-generated files that can be safely removed
rm_tex := \
$(foreach e,$(rm_ext),$(addsuffix .$e,$(all_stems_source))) \
$(foreach e,$(rm_ext) tex,$(addsuffix .$e,$(all_stems_sg))) \
$(addsuffix .log,$(all_ps_targets) $(all_pdf_targets)) \
$(addsuffix .*.log,$(stems_graphic))
# These are the files that will affect .gpi transformation for all .gpi files.
#
# Use only the first one found. Backward compatible values are at the end.
# Note that we use foreach, even though wildcard also returns a list, to ensure
# that the order in the uppercase variables is preserved. Directory listings
# provide no such guarantee, so we avoid relying on them.
gpi_sed := $(strip \
$(firstword $(foreach f,$(GNUPLOT_SED),$(wildcard $f))))
gpi_global := $(strip \
$(firstword $(foreach f,$(GNUPLOT_GLOBAL),$(wildcard $f))))
#
# Functions used in generating output
#
# Outputs all source dependencies to stdout. The first argument is the file to
# be parsed, the second is a list of files that will show up as dependencies in
# the new .d file created here.
#
# NOTE: BSD sed does not understand \|, so we have to do something more
# clunky to extract suitable extensions.
#
# Also, we do a little bit of funny rewriting up front (TARGETS=) to make sure
# that we can properly backslash-escape spaces in file names (e.g, on Cygwin
# for tex distributions that have "Program Files" in their name).
#
# $(call get-inputs,<parsed file>,<target files>)
define get-inputs
$(SED) \
-e '/^INPUT/!d' \
-e 's!^INPUT \(\./\)\{0,1\}!!' \
-e 's/[[:space:]]/\\ /g' \
-e 's/\(.*\)\.aux$$/\1.tex/' \
-e '/\.tex$$/b addtargets' \
-e '/\.cls$$/b addtargets' \
-e '/\.sty$$/b addtargets' \
-e '/\.pstex_t$$/b addtargets' \
-e '/\.dot_t$$/b addtargets' \
-e 'd' \
-e ':addtargets' \
-e 's/^/$2: /' \
$1 | $(SORT) | $(UNIQ)
endef
# $(call get-missing-inputs,<log file>,<target files>)
define get-missing-inputs
$(SED) \
-e '$$ b para' \
-e '/^$$/b para' \
-e 'H' \
-e 'd' \
-e ':para' \
-e 'x' \
-e '/^$$/d' \
-e 's/^\n*//' \
-e '/^! LaTeX Error: File /{' \
-e ' s/^/::DOUBLE_PARAGRAPH::/' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' d' \
-e '}' \
-e 's/^::DOUBLE_PARAGRAPH:://' \
-e '/Default extension: /!d' \
-e 's/[[:space:]]\{1,\}/ /g' \
-e 's/\n\{1,\}/ /g' \
-e 's/^.*File `//' \
-e 's/'"'"' not found\..*//' \
-e '/\.tex/!s/$$/.tex/' \
-e 's/[[:space:]]/\\ /g' \
-e 'h' \
-e 's/.*/# MISSING input "&" - (presence of comment affects build)/' \
-e 'p' \
-e 's/.*//' \
-e 'x' \
-e 's/^/$2: /' \
$1 | $(SORT) | $(UNIQ)
endef
# Get source file for specified graphics stem.
#
# $(call graphics-source,<stem>)
define graphics-source
$(strip $(firstword \
$(wildcard \
$(addprefix $1.,\
$(graphic_source_extensions))) \
$1 \
))
endef
# Get the target file for the specified graphics file/stem
#
# $(call graphics-target,<stem>)
define graphics-target
$(strip $(if $(filter $(addprefix %.,$(graphic_target_extensions)),$1), $1,
$(firstword $(patsubst $(addprefix %.,$(graphic_source_extensions) $(graphic_target_extensions)), %, $1).$(default_graphic_extension) $1.$(default_graphic_extension))))
endef
# Outputs all of the graphical dependencies to stdout. The first argument is
# the stem of the source file being built, the second is a list of suffixes
# that will show up as dependencies in the generated .d file.
#
# Note that we try to escape spaces in filenames where possible. We have to do
# it with three backslashes so that as the name percolates through the makefile
# it eventually ends up with the proper escaping when the build rule is found.
# Ugly, but it appears to work. Note that graphicx doesn't allow filenames
# with spaces, so this could in many ways be moot unless you're using something
# like grffile.
#
# For pdflatex, we really need the missing file to be specified without an
# extension, otherwise compilation barfs on the first missing file. Truly
# annoying, but there you have it.
#
# It turns out that the graphics errors, although they have lines with empty
# space, are only made of two paragraphs. So, we just use some sed magic to
# get everything into paragraphs, detect when it's a paragraph that interests
# us, and double it up. Then we get the filename only if we're missing
# extensions (a sign that it's graphicx complaining).
#
# $(call get-graphics,<target file stem>)
#.log,$(addprefix $*.,d $(build_target_extension) _graphics)
define get-graphics
$(SED) \
-e '$$ b para' \
-e '/^$$/b para' \
-e 'H' \
-e 'd' \
-e ':para' \
-e 'x' \
-e '/^$$/d' \
-e 's/^\n*//' \
-e '/^! LaTeX Error: File `/{' \
-e ' s/^/::DOUBLE_PARAGRAPH::/' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' d' \
-e '}' \
-e 's/^::DOUBLE_PARAGRAPH:://' \
-e '/could not locate the file with any of these extensions:/{' \
-e ' s/\n\{1,\}/ /g' \
-e ' s/[[:space:]]\{1,\}/ /g' \
-e ' s/^.*File `//' \
-e ' s/'"'"' not found\..*//' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' s/.*/# MISSING stem "&" - (presence of comment affects build)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' g' \
-e ' b addtargets' \
-e '}' \
-e '/.*File: \(.*\) Graphic file (type [^)]*).*/{' \
-e ' s//\1/' \
-e ' b addtargets' \
-e '}' \
-e 'd' \
-e ':addtargets' \
-e 's/[[:space:]]/\\\\\\&/g' \
-e 'h' \
-e 's/.*/-include &.gpi.d/' \
-e 'p' \
-e 'g' \
-e 's/.*/$(addprefix $1,.d): $$$$(call graphics-source,&)/' \
-e 'p' \
-e 's/.*//' \
-e 'x' \
-e 's/.*/$(addprefix $1.,$(build_target_extension) _graphics): $$$$(call graphics-target,&)/' \
-e 'p' \
-e 'd' \
$*.log
endef
# Checks for build failure due to pstex inclusion, and gives instructions.
#
# $(call die-on-pstexs,<parsed file>)
define die-on-pstexs
if $(EGREP) -q '^! LaTeX Error: File .*\.pstex.* not found' $1; then \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)Missing pstex_t file(s)$(C_RESET)"; \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)Please run$(C_RESET)"; \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR) make all-pstex$(C_RESET)"; \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)before proceeding.$(C_RESET)"; \
exit 1; \
fi
endef
# Checks for the use of import.sty and bails - we don't support subdirectories
#
# $(call die-on-import-sty,<log file>)
define die-on-import-sty
if $(EGREP) -s '/import.sty\)' '$1'; then \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)import.sty is not supported - included files must"; \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)be in the same directory as the primary document$(C_RESET)"; \
exit 1; \
fi
endef
# Checks for build failure due to dot2tex, and gives instructions.
#
# $(call die-on-dot2tex,<parsed file>)
define die-on-dot2tex
if $(EGREP) -q ' LaTeX Error: File .*\.dot_t.* not found' $1; then \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)Missing dot_t file(s)$(C_RESET)"; \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)Please run$(C_RESET)"; \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR) make all-dot2tex$(C_RESET)"; \
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)before proceeding.$(C_RESET)"; \
exit 1; \
fi
endef
# Checks for the existence of a .aux file, and dies with an error message if it
# isn't there. Note that we pass the file stem in, not the full filename,
# e.g., to check for foo.aux, we call it thus: $(call die-on-no-aux,foo)
#
# $(call die-on-no-aux,<aux stem>)
define die-on-no-aux
if [ ! -e '$1.aux' ]; then \
$(call colorize-latex-errors,$1.log); \
exit 1; \
fi
endef
# Outputs all index files to stdout. Arg 1 is the source file stem, arg 2 is
# the list of targets for the discovered dependency.
#
# $(call get-log-index,<log file stem>,<target files>)
define get-log-index
$(SED) \
-e 's/^No file \(.*\.ind\)\.$$/TARGETS=\1/' \
-e 's/^No file \(.*\.[gn]ls\)\.$$/TARGETS=\1/' \
-e 's/[[:space:]]/\\&/g' \
-e '/^TARGETS=/{' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' s/^TARGETS=/$2: /p' \
-e ' g' \
-e ' s/^TARGETS=\(.*\)/\1: $1.tex/p' \
-e '}' \
-e 'd' \
'$1.log' | $(SORT) | $(UNIQ)
endef
# Outputs all bibliography files to stdout. Arg 1 is the source stem, arg 2 is
# a list of targets for each dependency found.
#
# The script kills all lines that do not contain bibdata. Remaining lines have
# the \bibdata macro and delimiters removed to create a dependency list. A
# trailing comma is added, then all adjacent commas are collapsed into a single
# comma. Then commas are replaced with the string .bib[space], and the
# trailing space is killed off. Finally, all filename spaces are escaped.
# This produces a list of space-delimited .bib filenames, which is what the
# make dep file expects to see.
#
# Note that we give kpsewhich a bogus argument so that a failure of sed to
# produce output will not cause an error.
#
# $(call get-bibs,<aux file>,<targets>)
define get-bibs
$(SED) \
-e '/^\\bibdata/!d' \
-e 's/\\bibdata{\([^}]*\)}/\1,/' \
-e 's/,\{2,\}/,/g' \
-e 's/[[:space:]]/\\&/g' \
-e 's/,/.bib /g' \
-e 's/ \{1,\}$$//' \
$1 | $(XARGS) $(KPSEWHICH) '#######' | \
$(SED) \
-e 's/^/$2: /' | \
\$(SORT) | $(UNIQ)
endef
# Makes a an aux file that only has stuff relevant to the target in it
# $(call make-auxtarget-file,<flattened-aux>,<new-aux>)
define make-auxtarget-file
$(SED) \
-e '/^\\newlabel/!d' \
$1 > $2
endef
# Makes an aux file that only has stuff relevant to the bbl in it
# $(call make-auxbbl-file,<flattened-aux>,<new-aux>)
define make-auxbbl-file
$(SED) \
-e '/^\\newlabel/d' \
$1 > $2
endef
# Makes a .gpi.d file from a .gpi file
# $(call make-gpi-d,<.gpi>,<.gpi.d>)
define make-gpi-d
$(ECHO) '# vim: ft=make' > $2; \
$(ECHO) 'ifndef INCLUDED_$(call cleanse-filename,$2)' >> $2; \
$(ECHO) 'INCLUDED_$(call cleanse-filename,$2) := 1' >> $2; \
$(call get-gpi-deps,$1,$(addprefix $(2:%.gpi.d=%).,$(GNUPLOT_OUTPUT_EXTENSION) gpi.d)) >> $2; \
$(ECHO) 'endif' >> $2;
endef
# Parse .gpi files for data and loaded dependencies, output to stdout
#
# The sed script here tries to be clever about obtaining valid
# filenames from the gpi file. It assumes that the plot command starts its own
# line, which is not too difficult a constraint to satisfy.
#
# This command script also generates 'include' directives for every 'load'
# command in the .gpi file. The load command must appear on a line by itself
# and the file it loads must have the suffix .gpi. If you don't want it to be
# compiled when running make graphics, then give it a suffix of ._include_.gpi.
#
# $(call get-gpi-deps,<gpi file>,<targets>)
define get-gpi-deps
$(SED) \
-e '/^[[:space:]]*s\{0,1\}plot/,/[^\\]$$/{' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' /[^\\]$$/{' \
-e ' s/.*//' \
-e ' x' \
-e ' s/\\\{0,1\}\n//g' \
-e ' s/^[[:space:]]*s\{0,1\}plot[[:space:]]*\(\[[^]]*\][[:space:]]*\)*/,/' \
-e ' s/[[:space:]]*\(['\''"][^'\''"]*['\''"]\)\{0,1\}[^,]*/\1/g' \
-e ' s/,['\''"]-\{0,1\}['\''"]//g' \
-e ' s/[,'\''"]\{1,\}/ /g' \
-e ' s!.*!$2: &!' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' d' \
-e '}' \
-e 's/^[[:space:]]*load[[:space:]]*['\''"]\([^'\''"]*\.gpi\)['\''"].*$$/-include \1.d/p' \
-e 'd' \
$1
endef
# Colorizes real, honest-to-goodness LaTeX errors that can't be overcome with
# recompilation.
#
# Note that we only ignore file not found errors for things that we know how to
# build, like graphics files.
#
# $(call colorize-latex-errors,<log file>)
define colorize-latex-errors
$(SED) \
-e '$$ b para' \
-e '/^$$/b para' \
-e 'H' \
-e 'd' \
-e ':para' \
-e 'x' \
-e '/^$$/d' \
-e 's/^\n*//' \
-e '/^! LaTeX Error: File /{' \
-e ' s/^/::DOUBLE_PARAGRAPH::/' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' d' \
-e '}' \
-e 's/^::DOUBLE_PARAGRAPH:://' \
-e '/could not locate the file with any of these extensions:/d' \
-e '/Missing .begin.document/{' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' s/.*/Are you trying to build an include file?/' \
-e ' x' \
-e ' G' \
-e '}' \
-e '/ LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size/d' \
-e 's/.* LaTeX Error .*/$(C_ERROR)&$(C_RESET)/p' \
-e 's/Error: pdflatex (file .*/$(C_ERROR)& - try specifying it without an extension$(C_RESET)/p' \
-e '/.*\*hyperref using.*driver \(.*\)\*.*/{' \
-e ' s//\1/' \
-e ' /^$(hyperref_driver_pattern)$$/!{' \
-e ' s/.*//' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' s/.*/$(C_ERROR)--- Using incorrect driver for hyperref! ---$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' s/.*/$(C_ERROR)$(hyperref_driver_error)$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' d' \
-e '}' \
-e '/ LaTeX Error: Unknown graphics extension/{' \
-e ' s/^/ /' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' s/.*/--- Graphics extension error:/' \
-e ' G' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' s/.*/--- If you specified the extension explicitly in your .tex file, try removing it./' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' g' \
-e ' s/.*/$(C_ERROR)&$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' s/.*//' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' b' \
-e '}' \
-e 's/.*\(\n\{2,\}![[:space:]][^[:space:]]*[[:space:]]Error .*\)/$(C_ERROR)\1$(C_RESET)/p' \
-e 'd' \
$1
endef
# Colorize Makeindex errors
define colorize-makeindex-errors
$(SED) \
-e '/^!! /{' \
-e ' N' \
-e ' s/^.*$$/$(C_ERROR)&$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e '}' \
-e 'd' \
$1
endef
# Colorize epstopdf errors
#
# $(call colorize-epstopdf-errors,<log file>)
define colorize-epstopdf-errors
$(SED) \
-e '/^Error:/,/^Execution stack:/{' \
-e ' /^Execution stack:/d' \
-e ' s/.*/$(C_ERROR)&$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e '}' \
-e 'd' \
$1
endef
# Colorize GNUplot errors
#
# $(call colorize-gnuplot-errors,<log file>)
define colorize-gnuplot-errors
$(SED) \
-e '/, line [0-9]*:/!{' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' x' \
-e ' s/.*\n\(.*\n.*\)$$/\1/' \
-e ' x' \
-e '}' \
-e '/, line [0-9]*:/{' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' /unknown.*terminal type/{' \
-e ' s/.*/--- Try changing the GNUPLOT_OUTPUT_EXTENSION variable to 'eps'./' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' /gpihead/{' \
-e ' s/.*/--- This could be a Makefile bug - contact the maintainer./' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' g' \
-e ' s/.*/$(C_ERROR)&$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e '}' \
-e '/^gnuplot>/,/^$$/{' \
-e ' s/^gnuplot.*/$(C_ERROR)&/' \
-e ' s/^$$/$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e '}' \
-e 'd' \
$1
endef
# Colorize GraphViz errors
#
# $(call colorize-dot-errors,<log file>)
define colorize-dot-errors
$(SED) \
-e '/^Error:/,/context:/s/.*/$(C_ERROR)&$(C_RESET)/p' \
-e 's/^Warning:.*/$(C_WARNING)&$(C_RESET)/p' \
-e 'd' \
'$1'
endef
# Get all important .aux files from the top-level .aux file and merges them all
# into a single file, which it outputs to stdout.
#
# $(call flatten-aux,<toplevel aux>,<output file>)
define flatten-aux
$(SED) \
-e '/\\@input{\(.*\)}/{' \
-e 's//\1/' \
-e 's![.:]!\\&!g' \
-e 'h' \
-e 's!.*!\\:\\\\@input{&}:{!' \
-e 'p' \
-e 'x' \
-e 's/\\././g' \
-e 's/.*/r &/p' \
-e 's/.*/d/p' \
-e 's/.*/}/p' \
-e 'd' \
-e '}' \
-e 'd' \
'$1' > "$1.$$$$.sed.make"; \
$(SED) -f "$1.$$$$.sed.make" '$1' > "$1.$$$$.make"; \
$(SED) \
-e '/^\\relax/d' \
-e '/^\\bibcite/d' \
-e 's/^\(\\newlabel{[^}]\{1,\}}\).*/\1/' \
"$1.$$$$.make" | $(SORT) > '$2'; \
$(call remove-temporary-files,$1.$$$$.make $1.$$$$.sed.make)
endef
# Generate pdf from postscript
#
# Note that we don't just call ps2pdf, since there are so many versions of that
# script on various systems. Instead, we call the postscript interpreter
# directly.
#
# $(call ps2pdf,infile,outfile,[embed fonts])
define ps2pdf
$(GS) \
-dSAFER -dCompatibilityLevel=$(PS_COMPATIBILITY) \
$(if $3,$(PS_EMBED_OPTIONS)) \
-q -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH \
-sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sstdout=%stderr \
'-sOutputFile=$2' \
-dSAFER -dCompatibilityLevel=$(PS_COMPATIBILITY) \
$(if $3,$(PS_EMBED_OPTIONS)) \
-c .setpdfwrite \
-f '$1'
endef
# Colorize LaTeX output.
# This uses a neat trick from the Sed & Awk Book from O'Reilly:
# 1) If a line has a single ending paren, delete it to make a blank line (so
# that we catch the first error, which is not always preceded by a blank
# line).
# 2) Ensure that the last line of the file gets appended to the hold buffer,
# and blank it out to trigger end-of-paragraph logic below.
# 3) When encountering a blank line (LaTeX output helpfully breaks output on
# newlines)
# a) swap the hold buffer (containing the paragraph) into the pattern buffer (putting a blank line into the hold buffer),
# b) remove the newline at the beginning (don't ask),
# c) apply any colorizing substitutions necessary to ensure happiness.
# d) get the newline out of the hold buffer and append it
# e) profit! (print)
# 4) Anything not colorized is deleted, unless in verbose mode.
color_tex := \
$(SED) \
-e '$${' \
-e ' /^$$/!{' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' s/.*//' \
-e ' }' \
-e '}' \
-e '/^$$/!{' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' d' \
-e '}' \
-e '/^$$/{' \
-e ' x' \
-e ' s/^\n//' \
-e ' /Output written on /{' \
-e ' s/.*Output written on \([^(]*\) (\([^)]\{1,\}\)).*/Success! Wrote \2 to \1/' \
-e ' s/[[:digit:]]\{1,\}/$(C_PAGES)&$(C_RESET)/g' \
-e ' s/Success!/$(C_SUCCESS)&$(C_RESET)/g' \
-e ' s/to \(.*\)$$/to $(C_SUCCESS)\1$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' b end' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' / *LaTeX Error:.*/{' \
-e ' s/.*\( *LaTeX Error:.*\)/$(C_ERROR)\1$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' b end' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' /.*Warning:.*/{' \
-e ' s//$(C_WARNING)&$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' b end' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' /Underfull.*/{' \
-e ' s/.*\(Underfull.*\)/$(C_UNDERFULL)\1$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' b end' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' /Overfull.*/{' \
-e ' s/.*\(Overfull.*\)/$(C_OVERFULL)\1$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' b end' \
-e ' }' \
$(if $(VERBOSE),,-e ' d') \
-e ' :end' \
-e ' G' \
-e '}' \
# Colorize BibTeX output.
color_bib := \
$(SED) \
-e 's/^Warning--.*/$(C_WARNING)&$(C_RESET)/' -e 't' \
-e '/---/,/^.[^:]/{' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' /^.[^:]/{' \
-e ' x' \
-e ' s/\n\(.*\)/$(C_ERROR)\1$(C_RESET)/' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' s/.*//' \
-e ' h' \
-e ' d' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' d' \
-e '}' \
-e '/(.*error.*)/s//$(C_ERROR)&$(C_RESET)/' \
$(if $(VERBOSE),,-e 'd')
# Make beamer output big enough to print on a full page. Landscape doesn't
# seem to work correctly.
enlarge_beamer = $(PSNUP) -l -1 -W128mm -H96mm -pletter
# $(call test-run-again,<source stem>)
test-run-again = $(EGREP) -q '^(.*Rerun .*|No file $1\.[^.]+\.)$$' $1.log
# This tests whether the build target commands should be run at all, from
# viewing the log file.
# $(call test-log-for-need-to-run,<source stem>)
define test-log-for-need-to-run
$(SED) \
-e '/^No file $(call escape-dots,$1)\.aux\./d' \
$1.log \
| $(EGREP) -q '^(.*Rerun .*|No file $1\.[^.]+\.|No file .+\.tex\.|LaTeX Warning: File.*)$$'
endef
# LaTeX invocations
#
# $(call latex,<tex file>,[<extra LaTeX args>])
run-latex = $(latex_build_program) --interaction=batchmode $(if $2,$2,) $1 > /dev/null
# $(call latex-color-log,<LaTeX stem>)
latex-color-log = $(color_tex) $1.log
# $(call run-makeindex,<input>,<output>,<log>,<extra flags>)
define run-makeindex
success=1; \
if ! $(MAKEINDEX) -q $1 -t $3 -o $2 $4 > /dev/null || $(EGREP) -q '^!!' $3; then \
$(call colorize-makeindex-errors,$3); \
$(RM) -f '$2'; \
success=0; \
fi; \
[ "$$success" = "1" ] && $(sh_true) || $(sh_false);
endef
# This runs the given script to generate output, and it uses MAKE_RESTARTS to
# ensure that it never runs it more than once for a particular root make
# invocation.
#
# $(call run-script,<interpreter>,<input>,<output>)
define run-script
[ ! -e '$2.cookie' ] && $(ECHO) "restarts=$(RESTARTS)" > $2.cookie && $(ECHO) "level=$(MAKELEVEL)" >> $2.cookie; \
restarts=`$(SED) -n -e 's/^restarts=//p' $2.cookie`; \
level=`$(SED) -n -e 's/^level=//p' $2.cookie`; \
if $(EXPR) $(MAKELEVEL) '<=' $$level '&' $(RESTARTS) '<=' $$restarts >/dev/null; then \
$(call echo-build,$2,$3,$(RESTARTS)-$(MAKELEVEL)); \
$1 '$2' '$3'; \
$(ECHO) "restarts=$(RESTARTS)" > '$2.cookie'; \
$(ECHO) "level=$(MAKELEVEL)" >> '$2.cookie'; \
fi
endef
# BibTeX invocations
#
# $(call run-bibtex,<tex stem>)
run-bibtex = $(BIBTEX) $1 | $(color_bib)
# $(call convert-eps-to-pdf,<eps file>,<pdf file>,[gray])
# Note that we don't use the --filter flag because it has trouble with bounding boxes that way.
define convert-eps-to-pdf
$(if $3,$(CAT) '$1' | $(call kill-ps-color) > '$1.cookie',$(CP) '$1' '$1.cookie'); \
$(EPSTOPDF) '$1.cookie' --outfile='$2' > $1.log; \
$(call colorize-epstopdf-errors,$1.log);
endef
# $(call convert-gpi,<gpi file>,<output file>,[gray])
#
define convert-gpi
$(ECHO) 'set terminal $(if $(filter %.pdf,$2),pdf enhanced,postscript enhanced eps)' \
$(if $(filter %.pdf,$2),fsize ,)$(call get-default,$(strip \
$(firstword \
$(shell \
$(SED) \
-e 's/^\#\#FONTSIZE=\([[:digit:]]\{1,\}\)/\1/p' \
-e 'd' \
$1 $(strip $(gpi_global)) \
) \
) \
),$(if $(filter %.pdf,$2),$(DEFAULT_GPI_PDF_FONTSIZE),$(DEFAULT_GPI_EPS_FONTSIZE))) \
$(strip $(if $3,monochrome,$(if \
$(shell $(EGREP) '^\#\#[[:space:]]*GRAY[[:space:]]*$$' $< $(gpi_global)),\
,color))) > $1head.make; \
$(ECHO) 'set output "$2"' >> $1head.make; \
$(if $(gpi_global),$(CAT) $(gpi_global) >> $1head.make;,) \
fnames='$1head.make $1';\
$(if $(gpi_sed),\
$(SED) -f '$(gpi_sed)' $$fnames > $1.temp.make; \
fnames=$1.temp.make;,\
) \
success=1; \
if ! $(GNUPLOT) $$fnames 2>$1.log; then \
$(call colorize-gnuplot-errors,$1.log); \
success=0; \
fi; \
$(if $(gpi_sed),$(call remove-temporary-files,$1.temp.make);,) \
$(call remove-temporary-files,$1head.make); \
[ "$$success" = "1" ] && $(sh_true) || $(sh_false);
endef
# Creation of .eps files from .png files
#
# The intermediate step of PNM (using NetPBM) produces much nicer output than
# ImageMagick's "convert" binary. I couldn't get the right combination of
# flags to make it look nice, anyway.
#
# To handle gray scale conversion, we pipe things through ppmtopgm in the
# middle.
#
# $(call convert-png,<png file>,<eps file>)
define convert-png
$(PNGTOPNM) "$1" \
$(if $3,| $(PPMTOPGM),) \
| $(PNMTOPS) -noturn \
> "$2"
endef
# Creation of .eps files from .jpg files
#
# Thanks to brubakee for this solution.
#
# Uses Postscript level 2 to avoid file size bloat
# $(call convert-jpg,<jpg file>,<eps file>)
define convert-jpg
$(CONVERT) $(if $3,-type Grayscale,) '$1' eps2:'$2'
endef
# Creation of .eps files from .fig files
# $(call convert-fig,<fig file>,<output file>,[gray])
convert-fig = $(FIG2DEV) -L $(if $(filter %.pdf,$2),pdf,eps) $(if $3,-N,) $1 $2
# Creation of .pstex files from .fig files
# $(call convert-fig-pstex,<fig file>,<pstex file>)
convert-fig-pstex = $(FIG2DEV) -L pstex $1 $2 > /dev/null 2>&1
# Creation of .pstex_t files from .fig files
# $(call convert-fig-pstex-t,<fig file>,<pstex file>,<pstex_t file>)
convert-fig-pstex-t = $(FIG2DEV) -L pstex_t -p $3 $1 $2 > /dev/null 2>&1
# Creation of .dot_t files from .dot files
# #(call convert-dot-tex,<dot file>,<dot_t file>)
convert-dot-tex = $(DOT2TEX) '$1' > '$2'
# Converts svg files into .eps files
#
# $(call convert-svg,<svg file>,<eps file>,[gray])
convert-svg = $(INKSCAPE) --without-gui $(if $(filter %.pdf,$2)--export-pdf=,--export-eps)='$2' '$1'
# Converts xvg files into .eps files
#
# $(call convert-xvg,<xvg file>,<eps file>,[gray])
convert-xvg = $(XMGRACE) '$1' -printfile - -hardcopy -hdevice $(if $3,-mono,) EPS > '$2'
# Converts .eps.gz files into .eps files
#
# $(call convert-epsgz,<eps.gz file>,<eps file>,[gray])
convert-epsgz = $(GUNZIP) -c '$1' $(if $3,| $(call kill-ps-color)) > '$2'
# Converts .eps files into .eps files (usually a no-op, but can make grayscale)
#
# $(call convert-eps,<in file>,<out file>,[gray])
convert-eps = $(if $3,$(call kill-ps-color) $1 > $2)
# The name of the file containing special postscript commands for grayscale
gray_eps_file := gray.eps.make
# Changes sethsbcolor and setrgbcolor calls in postscript to always produce
# grayscale. In general, this is accomplished by writing new versions of those
# functions into the user dictionary space, which is looked up before the
# global or system dictionaries (userdict is one of the permanent dictionaries
# in postscript and is not read-only like systemdict).
#
# For setrgbcolor, the weighted average of the triple is computed and the
# triple is replaced with three copies of that average before the original
# procedure is called: .299R + .587G + .114B
#
# For sethsbcolor, the color is first converted to RGB, then to grayscale by
# the new setrgbcolor operator as described above. Why is this done?
# Because simply using the value component will tend to make pure colors
# white, a very undesirable thing. Pure blue should not translate to white,
# but to some level of gray. Conversion to RGB does the right thing. It's
# messy, but it works.
#
# From
# http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HSV_color_space#Transformation_from_HSV_to_RGB,
# HSB = HSV (Value = Brightness), and the formula used to convert to RGB is
# as follows:
#
# Hi = int(floor(6 * H)) mod 6
# f = 6 * H - Hi
# p = V(1-S)
# q = V(1-fS)
# t = V(1-(1-f)S)
# if Hi = 0: R G B <-- V t p
# if Hi = 1: R G B <-- q V p
# if Hi = 2: R G B <-- p V t
# if Hi = 3: R G B <-- p q V
# if Hi = 4: R G B <-- t p V
# if Hi = 5: R G B <-- V p q
#
# The messy stack-based implementation is below
# $(call create-gray-eps-file,filename)
define create-gray-eps-file
$(ECHO) -n -e '\
/OLDRGB /setrgbcolor load def\n\
/setrgbcolor {\n\
.114 mul exch\n\
.587 mul add exch\n\
.299 mul add\n\
dup dup\n\
OLDRGB\n\
} bind def\n\
/OLDHSB /sethsbcolor load def\n\
/sethsbcolor {\n\
2 index % H V S H\n\
6 mul floor cvi 6 mod % Hi V S H\n\
3 index % H Hi V S H\n\
6 mul % 6H Hi V S H\n\
1 index % Hi 6H Hi V S H\n\
sub % f Hi V S H\n\
2 index 1 % 1 V f Hi V S H\n\
4 index % S 1 V f Hi V S H\n\
sub mul % p f Hi V S H\n\
3 index 1 % 1 V p f Hi V S H\n\
6 index % S 1 V p f Hi V S H\n\
4 index % f S 1 V p f Hi V S H\n\
mul sub mul % q p f Hi V S H\n\
4 index 1 1 % 1 1 V q p f Hi V S H\n\
5 index % f 1 1 V q p f Hi V S H\n\
sub % (1-f) 1 V q p f Hi V S H\n\
8 index % S (1-f) 1 V q p f Hi V S H\n\
mul sub mul % t q p f Hi V S H\n\
4 -1 roll pop % t q p Hi V S H\n\
7 -2 roll pop pop % t q p Hi V\n\
5 -2 roll % Hi V t q p\n\
dup 0 eq\n\
{1 index 3 index 6 index}\n\
{\n\
dup 1 eq\n\
{3 index 2 index 6 index}\n\
{\n\
dup 2 eq\n\
{4 index 2 index 4 index}\n\
{\n\
dup 3 eq\n\
{4 index 4 index 3 index}\n\
{\n\
dup 4 eq\n\
{2 index 5 index 3 index}\n\
{\n\
dup 5 eq\n\
{1 index 5 index 5 index}\n\
{0 0 0}\n\
ifelse\n\
}\n\
ifelse\n\
}\n\
ifelse\n\
}\n\
ifelse\n\
}\n\
ifelse\n\
}\n\
ifelse % B G R Hi V t q p\n\
setrgbcolor\n\
5 {pop} repeat\n\
} bind def\n'\
> $1
endef
# This actually inserts the color-killing code into a postscript file
# $(call kill-ps-color)
define kill-ps-color
$(SED) -e '/%%EndComments/r $(gray_eps_file)'
endef
# Converts graphviz .dot files into .eps files
# Grayscale is not directly supported by dot, so we pipe it through fig2dev in
# that case.
# $(call convert-dot,<dot file>,<eps file>,<log file>,[gray])
define convert-dot
$(DOT) -Tps '$1' 2>'$3' $(if $4,| $(call kill-ps-color)) > $2; \
$(call colorize-dot-errors,$3)
endef
# Convert DVI to Postscript
# $(call make-ps,<dvi file>,<ps file>,<log file>,[<paper size>])
make-ps = \
$(DVIPS) -z -o '$2' $(if $(filter-out BEAMER,$4),-t$(firstword $4),) '$1' \
$(if $(filter BEAMER,$4),| $(enlarge_beamer)) > $3 2>&1
# Convert Postscript to PDF
# $(call make-pdf,<ps file>,<pdf file>,<log file>,<embed file>)
make-pdf = \
$(call ps2pdf,$1,$2,$(filter 1,$(shell $(CAT) '$4'))) > '$3' 2>&1
# Display information about what is being done
# $(call echo-build,<input file>,<output file>,[<run number>])
echo-build = $(ECHO) "$(C_BUILD)= $1 --> $2$(if $3, ($3),) =$(C_RESET)"
echo-graphic = $(ECHO) "$(C_GRAPHIC)= $1 --> $2 =$(C_RESET)"
echo-dep = $(ECHO) "$(C_DEP)= $1 --> $2 =$(C_RESET)"
# Display a list of something
# $(call echo-list,<values>)
echo-list = for x in $1; do $(ECHO) "$$x"; done
#
# DEFAULT TARGET
#
.PHONY: all
all: $(default_pdf_targets) ;
.PHONY: all-pdf
all-pdf: $(default_pdf_targets) ;
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "latex"
.PHONY: all-ps
all-ps: $(default_ps_targets) ;
.PHONY: all-dvi
all-dvi: $(default_dvi_targets) ;
endif
#
# VIEWING TARGET
#
.PHONY: show
show: all
$(QUIET)for x in $(default_pdf_targets); do \
[ -e "$$x" ] && $(VIEW_PDF) $$x & \
done
#
# INCLUDES
#
source_includes := $(addsuffix .d,$(source_stems_to_include))
graphic_includes := $(addsuffix .gpi.d,$(graphic_stems_to_include))
# Check the version of the makefile
ifneq "" "$(filter 3.79 3.80,$(MAKE_VERSION))"
$(warning $(C_WARNING)Your version of make is too old. Please upgrade.$(C_RESET))
endif
# Include only the dependencies used
ifneq "" "$(source_includes)"
include $(source_includes)$(call include-message,$(source_includes))
endif
ifneq "" "$(graphic_includes)"
include $(graphic_includes)$(call include-message,$(graphic_includes))
endif
#
# MAIN TARGETS
#
# Note that we don't just say %: %.pdf here - this can tend to mess up our
# includes, which detect what kind of file we are asking for. For example,
# asking to build foo.pdf is much different than asking to build foo when
# foo.gpi exists, because we look through all of the goals for *.pdf that
# matches *.gpi, then use that to determine which include files we need to
# build.
#
# Thus, we invoke make recursively with better arugments instead, restarting
# all of the appropriate machinery.
.PHONY: $(default_stems_ss)
$(default_stems_ss): %: %.pdf ;
# This builds and displays the wanted file.
.PHONY: $(addsuffix ._show,$(stems_ssg))
$(addsuffix ._show,$(stems_ssg)): %._show: %.pdf
$(QUIET)$(VIEW_PDF) $< &
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "latex"
.SECONDARY: $(all_pdf_targets)
%.pdf: %.ps %.embed.make
$(QUIET)$(call echo-build,$<,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call make-pdf,$<,$@.temp,$@.log,$*.embed.make); \
if [ x"$$?" = x"0" ]; then \
$(if $(VERBOSE),$(CAT) $@.log,:); \
$(RM) -f '$@'; \
$(MV) '$@.temp' '$@'; \
$(TOUCH) '$@'; \
$(call copy-with-logging,$@,$(BINARY_TARGET_DIR)); \
else \
$(CAT) $@.log; \
$(call remove-temporary-files,'$@.temp'); \
$(sh_false); \
fi
.SECONDARY: $(all_ps_targets)
%.ps: %.dvi %.paper.make
$(QUIET)$(call echo-build,$<,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call make-ps,$<,$@.temp,$@.log,\
$(firstword $(shell $(CAT) $*.paper.make))); \
if [ x"$$?" = x"0" ]; then \
$(if $(VERBOSE),$(CAT) $@.log,:); \
$(RM) -f '$@'; \
$(MV) '$@.temp' '$@'; \
$(TOUCH) '$@'; \
$(call copy-with-logging,$@,$(BINARY_TARGET_DIR)); \
else \
$(CAT) $@.log; \
$(call remove-temporary-files,'$@.temp'); \
$(sh_false); \
fi
endif
# Build the final target (dvi or pdf) file. This is a very tricky rule because
# of the way that latex runs multiple times, needs graphics after the first run
# (or maybe already has them), and relies on bibliographies or indices that may
# not exist.
#
# Check the log for fatal errors. If they exist, colorize and bail.
#
# Create the .auxtarget.cookie file. (Needed for next time if not present)
#
# If any of the following are true, we must rebuild at least one time:
#
# * the .bbl was recently rebuilt
#
# check a cookie, then delete it
#
# * any of several output files was created or changed:
#
# check $*.run.cookie, then delete it
#
# * the .aux file changed in a way that necessitates attention
#
# Note that if the .auxtarget.make file doesn't exist, this means
# that we are doing a clean build, so it doesn't figure into the
# test for running again.
#
# compare against .auxtarget.make
#
# move if different, remove if not
#
# * the .log file has errors or warnings requiring at least one more run
#
# We use a loop over a single item to simplify the process of breaking
# out when we find one of the conditions to be true.
#
# If we do NOT need to run latex here, then we move the $@.1st.make file
# over to $@ because the target file has already been built by the first
# dependency run and is valid.
#
# If we do, we delete that cookie file and do the normal multiple-runs
# routine.
#
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "latex"
.SECONDARY: $(all_dvi_targets)
endif
%.$(build_target_extension): %.bbl %.aux %.$(build_target_extension).1st.make
$(QUIET)\
fatal=`$(call colorize-latex-errors,$*.log)`; \
if [ x"$$fatal" != x"" ]; then \
$(ECHO) "$$fatal"; \
exit 1; \
fi; \
$(call make-auxtarget-file,$*.aux.make,$*.auxtarget.cookie); \
run=0; \
for i in 1; do \
if $(call test-exists,$*.bbl.cookie); then \
run=1; \
break; \
fi; \
if $(call test-exists,$*.run.cookie); then \
run=1; \
break; \
fi; \
if $(call \
test-exists-and-different,$*.auxtarget.cookie,$*.auxtarget.make);\
then \
run=1; \
break; \
fi; \
if $(call test-log-for-need-to-run,$*); then \
run=1; \
break; \
fi; \
done; \
$(call remove-temporary-files,$*.bbl.cookie $*.run.cookie); \
$(MV) $*.auxtarget.cookie $*.auxtarget.make; \
if [ x"$$run" = x"1" ]; then \
$(call remove-files,$@.1st.make); \
for i in 2 3 4 5; do \
$(if $(findstring 3.79,$(MAKE_VERSION)),\
$(call echo-build,$*.tex,$@,$(RESTARTS)-$$$$i),\
$(call echo-build,$*.tex,$@,$(RESTARTS)-$$i)\
); \
$(call run-latex,$*); \
$(CP) '$*.log' '$*.'$(RESTARTS)-$$i'.log'; \
$(call test-run-again,$*) || break; \
done; \
else \
$(MV) '$@.1st.make' '$@'; \
fi; \
$(call copy-with-logging,$@,$(BINARY_TARGET_DIR)); \
$(call latex-color-log,$*)
# Build the .bbl file. When dependencies are included, this will (or will
# not!) depend on something.bib, which we detect, acting accordingly. The
# dependency creation also produces the %.auxbbl.make file. BibTeX is a bit
# finicky about what you call the actual files, but we can rest assured that if
# a .auxbbl.make file exists, then the .aux file does, as well. The
# .auxbbl.make file is a cookie indicating whether the .bbl needs to be
# rewritten. It only changes if the .aux file changes in ways relevant to .bbl
# creation.
#
# Note that we do NOT touch the .bbl file if there is no need to
# create/recreate it. We would like to leave existing files alone if they
# don't need to be changed, thus possibly avoiding a rebuild trigger.
%.bbl: %.auxbbl.make
$(QUIET)\
$(if $(filter %.bib,$^),\
$(call echo-build,$(filter %.bib,$?) $*.aux,$@); \
$(call run-bibtex,$*); \
$(TOUCH) $@.cookie; \
) \
if $(EGREP) -q 'bibstyle.(apacann|chcagoa|[^}]*annot)' '$*.aux'; then \
$(call echo-build,** annotated extra latex **,output ignored,$(RESTARTS)-1); \
$(call run-latex,$*); \
$(CP) '$*.log' '$*.$(RESTARTS)-annotated.log'; \
$(if $(filter %.bib,$^),\
$(call echo-build,** annotated extra bibtex ** $(filter %.bib,$?) $*.aux,$@); \
$(call run-bibtex,$*); \
$(TOUCH) $@.cookie; \
) \
$(call echo-build,** annotated extra latex **,output ignored,$(RESTARTS)-2); \
$(call run-latex,$*); \
fi
# Create the index file - note that we do *not* depend on %.tex here, since
# that unnecessarily restricts the kinds of indices that we can build to those
# with exactly the same stem as the source file. Things like splitidx create
# idx files with other names.
#
# Therefore, we add the .tex dependency in the sourcestem.d file in the call to
# get index file dependencies from the logs.
%.ind: %.idx
$(QUIET)$(call echo-build,$<,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call run-makeindex,$<,$@,$*.ilg)
# Create the glossary file
%.gls: %.glo %.tex
$(QUIET)$(call echo-build,$<,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call run-makeindex,$<,$@,$*.glg,-s nomencl.ist)
# Create the nomenclature file
%.nls: %.nlo %.tex
$(QUIET)$(call echo-build,$<,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call run-makeindex,$<,$@,$*.nlg,-s nomencl.ist)
# SCRIPTED LaTeX TARGETS
#
# Keep the generated .tex files around for debugging if needed.
.SECONDARY: $(all_tex_targets)
%.tex:: %.tex.sh
$(QUIET)$(call run-script,$(SHELL),$<,$@)
%.tex:: %.tex.py
$(QUIET)$(call run-script,$(PYTHON),$<,$@)
%.tex:: %.tex.pl
$(QUIET)$(call run-script,$(PERL),$<,$@)
%.tex:: %.rst $(RST_STYLE_FILE)
$(QUIET)\
$(call run-script,$(RST2LATEX)\
--documentoptions=letterpaper\
$(if $(RST_STYLE_FILE),--stylesheet=$(RST_STYLE_FILE),),$<,$@)
#
# GRAPHICS TARGETS
#
.PHONY: all-graphics
all-graphics: $(all_graphics_targets);
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "latex"
.PHONY: all-pstex
all-pstex: $(all_pstex_targets);
endif
.PHONY: all-dot2tex
all-dot2tex: $(all_dot2tex_targets);
.PHONY: show-graphics
show-graphics: all-graphics
$(VIEW_GRAPHICS) $(all_known_graphics)
$(gray_eps_file):
$(QUIET)$(call echo-build,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call create-gray-eps-file,$@)
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "pdflatex"
%.pdf: %.eps $(if $(GRAY),$(gray_eps_file))
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-eps-to-pdf,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
ifeq "$(strip $(GNUPLOT_OUTPUT_EXTENSION))" "pdf"
%.pdf: %.gpi %.gpi.d $(gpi_sed)
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-gpi,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
endif
%.pdf: %.fig
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-fig,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.pdf: %.svg
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-svg,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
endif
ifeq "$(strip $(BUILD_STRATEGY))" "xelatex"
%.pdf: %.eps $(if $(GRAY),$(gray_eps_file))
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-eps-to-pdf,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
ifeq "$(strip $(GNUPLOT_OUTPUT_EXTENSION))" "pdf"
%.pdf: %.gpi %.gpi.d $(gpi_sed)
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-gpi,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
endif
%.pdf: %.fig
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-fig,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
endif
%.eps: %.gpi %.gpi.d $(gpi_sed)
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-gpi,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.eps: %.fig
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-fig,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.eps: %.dot $(if $(GRAY),$(gray_eps_file))
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-dot,$<,$@,$<.log,$(GRAY))
%.eps: %.xvg $(if $(GRAY),$(gray_eps_file))
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-xvg,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.eps: %.svg $(if $(GRAY),$(gray_eps_file))
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-svg,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.eps: %.jpg $(if $(GRAY),$(gray_eps_file))
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-jpg,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.eps: %.png $(if $(GRAY),$(gray_eps_file))
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-png,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.eps: %.eps.gz $(if $(GRAY),$(gray_eps_file))
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-epsgz,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.pstex: %.fig
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-fig-pstex,$<,$@,$(GRAY))
%.pstex_t: %.fig %.pstex
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-fig-pstex-t,$<,$@,$*.pstex,$(GRAY))
%.dot_t: %.dot
$(QUIET)$(call echo-graphic,$^,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call convert-dot-tex,$<,$@)
#
# DEPENDENCY-RELATED TARGETS.
#
# Generate all of the information needed to get dependencies
# As a side effect, this creates a .dvi or .pdf file (depending on the build
# strategy). We need to be sure to remove it if there are errors. Errors can
# take several forms and all of them are found within the log file:
# * There was a LaTeX error
# * A needed file was not found
# * Cross references need adjustment
#
# Behavior:
# This rule is responsible for generating the following:
# %.aux
# %.d
# %.aux.make
# %.(pdf|dvi).1st.make (the .pdf or .dvi output file, moved)
#
# Steps:
#
# Run latex
# Move .pdf or .dvi somewhere else (make no judgements about success)
# Flatten the .aux file into another file
# Add source dependencies
# Add graphic dependencies
# Add bib dependencies
#
# Create cookies for various suffixes that may represent files that
# need to be read by LaTeX in order for it to function properly.
#
# Note that if some of the dependencies are discovered because they turn
# up missing in the log file, we really need the .d file to be reloaded.
# Adding a sleep command helps with this. Otherwise make is extremely
# nondeterministic, sometimes working, sometimes not.
#
# Usually we can force this by simply removing the generated pdf file and
# not creating a .1st.make file..
#
%.$(build_target_extension).1st.make %.d %.aux %.aux.make %.fls: %.tex
$(QUIET)$(call echo-build,$<,$*.d $*.$(build_target_extension).1st.make,$(RESTARTS)-1)
$(QUIET)\
$(call run-latex,$<,--recorder) || $(sh_true); \
$(CP) '$*.log' '$*.$(RESTARTS)-1.log'; \
$(call die-on-import-sty,$*.log); \
$(call die-on-dot2tex,$*.log); \
$(call die-on-no-aux,$*); \
$(call flatten-aux,$*.aux,$*.aux.make); \
$(ECHO) "# vim: ft=make" > $*.d; \
$(ECHO) ".PHONY: $*._graphics" >> $*.d; \
$(call get-inputs,$*.fls,$(addprefix $*.,aux aux.make d $(build_target_extension))) >> $*.d; \
$(call get-missing-inputs,$*.log,$(addprefix $*.,aux aux.make d $(build_target_extension))) >> $*.d; \
$(ECHO) ".SECONDEXPANSION:" >> $*.d; \
$(call get-graphics,$*) >> $*.d; \
$(call get-log-index,$*,$(addprefix $*.,d aux aux.make)) >> $*.d; \
$(call get-bibs,$*.aux.make,$(addprefix $*.,bbl aux aux.make)) >> $*.d; \
$(EGREP) -q "# MISSING" $*.d && $(SLEEP) 1 && $(RM) $*.pdf; \
$(call move-if-exists,$*.$(build_target_extension),$*.$(build_target_extension).1st.make); \
for s in toc out lot lof lol nav; do \
if [ -e "$*.$$s" ]; then \
if ! $(DIFF) -q $*.$$s $*.$$s.make >/dev/null 2>&1; then \
$(TOUCH) $*.run.cookie; \
fi; \
$(CP) $*.$$s $*.$$s.make; \
fi; \
done
# This is a cookie that is updated if the flattened aux file has changed in a
# way that affects the bibliography generation.
.SECONDARY: $(addsuffix .auxbbl.make,$(stems_ssg))
%.auxbbl.make: %.aux.make
$(QUIET)\
$(call make-auxbbl-file,$<,$@.temp); \
$(call replace-if-different-and-remove,$@.temp,$@)
# Build a dependency file for .gpi files. These often plot data files that
# also reside in the directory, so if a data file changes, it's nice to know
# about it. This also handles loaded .gpi files, whose filename should have
# _include_. in it.
%.gpi.d: %.gpi
$(QUIET)$(call echo-build,$<,$@)
$(QUIET)$(call make-gpi-d,$<,$@)
# Store the paper size for this document -- note that if beamer is used we set
# it to the special BEAMER paper size. We only do this, however, if the
# special comment exists, in which case we enlarge the output with psnup.
#
# The paper size is extracted from a documentclass attribute.
%.paper.make: %.tex
$(QUIET)$(SED) \
-e '/\\documentclass/,/}/{' \
-e ' s/%.*//' \
-e ' H' \
-e ' /}/{' \
-e ' s/.*//' \
-e ' x' \
-e ' /\\documentclass/!d' \
-e ' s/[\n[:space:]]*//g' \
-e ' s/\([,{[]\)\([[:alnum:]]\{1,\}\)paper\([],}]\)/\1%-\2-%\3/g' \
-e ' s/\([,{[]\)\(landscape\)\([],}]\)/\1%-\2-%\3/g' \
-e ' s/^[^%]*%-//' \
-e ' s/-%[^%]*$$//' \
-e ' s/-%[^%]%-/ /g' \
-e ' p' \
-e ' }' \
-e ' d' \
-e '}' \
-e 'd' \
$< > $@; \
$(EGREP) -q '^[^%]*\\documentclass[^{]*{beamer}' $< && \
(\
$(EGREP) -q '^%%[[:space:]]*BEAMER[[:space:]]*LARGE$$' $< && \
$(ECHO) "BEAMER" > $@ || \
: > $@ \
) || $(sh_true)
# Store embedding instructions for this document using a special comment
%.embed.make: %.tex
$(QUIET)$(EGREP) '^%%[[:space:]]*NO[[:space:]]*EMBED[[:space:]]*$$' $< \
&& $(ECHO) '' > $@ \
|| $(ECHO) '1' > $@;
#
# HELPFUL PHONY TARGETS
#
.PHONY: _all_programs
_all_programs:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== All External Programs Used =="
$(QUIET)$(call output-all-programs)
.PHONY: _check_programs
_check_programs:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== Checking Makefile Dependencies =="; $(ECHO)
$(QUIET) \
$(ECHO) hi; \
allprogs=`\
($(call output-all-programs)) | \
$(SED) \
-e 's/^[[:space:]]*//' \
-e '/^#/d' \
-e 's/[[:space:]]*#.*//' \
-e '/^=/s/[[:space:]]/_/g' \
-e '/^[[:space:]]*$$/d' \
-e 's/^[^=].*=[[:space:]]*\([^[:space:]]\{1,\}\).*$$/\\1/' \
`; \
spaces=' '; \
for p in $${allprogs}; do \
case $$p in \
=*) $(ECHO); $(ECHO) "$$p";; \
*) \
$(ECHO) -n "$$p:$$spaces" | $(SED) -e 's/^\(.\{0,20\}\).*$$/\1/'; \
loc=`$(WHICH) $$p`; \
if [ x"$$?" = x"0" ]; then \
$(ECHO) "$(C_SUCCESS)Found:$(C_RESET) $$loc"; \
else \
$(ECHO) "$(C_FAILURE)Not Found$(C_RESET)"; \
fi; \
;; \
esac; \
done
.PHONY: _check_gpi_files
_check_gpi_files:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== Checking all .gpi files for common errors =="; \
$(ECHO); \
for f in $(files.gpi); do \
result=`$(EGREP) '^([^#]*set terminal |set output )' $$f`; \
$(ECHO) -n "$$f: "; \
if [ x"$$result" = x"" ]; then \
$(ECHO) "$(C_SUCCESS)Okay$(C_RESET)"; \
else \
$(ECHO) "$(C_FAILURE)Warning: Problematic commands:$(C_RESET)";\
$(ECHO) "$(C_ERROR)$$result$(C_RESET)"; \
fi; \
done; \
$(ECHO)
.PHONY: _all_stems
_all_stems:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== All Stems =="
$(QUIET)$(call echo-list,$(sort $(default_stems_ss)))
.PHONY: _includes
_includes:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== Include Stems =="
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "=== Sources ==="
$(QUIET)$(call echo-list,$(sort $(source_includes)))
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "=== Graphics ==="
$(QUIET)$(call echo-list,$(sort $(graphic_includes)))
.PHONY: _all_sources
_all_sources:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== All Sources =="
$(QUIET)$(call echo-list,$(sort $(all_files.tex)))
.PHONY: _dependency_graph
_dependency_graph:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "/* LaTeX Dependency Graph */"
$(QUIET)$(call output-dependency-graph)
.PHONY: _show_dependency_graph
_show_dependency_graph:
$(QUIET)$(call output-dependency-graph,$(graph_stem).dot)
$(QUIET)$(DOT) -Tps -o $(graph_stem).eps $(graph_stem).dot
$(QUIET)$(VIEW_POSTSCRIPT) $(graph_stem).eps
$(QUIET)$(call remove-temporary-files,$(graph_stem).*)
.PHONY: _sources
_sources:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== Sources =="
$(QUIET)$(call echo-list,$(sort $(files.tex)))
.PHONY: _scripts
_scripts:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== Scripts =="
$(QUIET)$(call echo-list,$(sort $(files_scripts)))
.PHONY: _graphic_outputs
_graphic_outputs:
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== Graphic Outputs =="
$(QUIET)$(call echo-list,$(sort $(all_graphics_targets)))
.PHONY: _env
_env:
ifdef .VARIABLES
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== MAKE VARIABLES =="
$(QUIET)$(call echo-list,$(foreach var,$(sort $(.VARIABLES)),'$(var)'))
endif
$(QUIET)$(ECHO) "== ENVIRONMENT =="
$(QUIET)$(ENV)
#
# CLEAN TARGETS
#
# clean-generated is somewhat unique - it relies on the .fls file being
# properly built so that it can determine which of the files was generated, and
# which was not. Expect it to silently fail if the .fls file is missing.
#
# This is used to, e.g., clean up index files that are generated by the LaTeX.
.PHONY: clean-generated
clean-generated:
$(QUIET)$(call clean-files,$(foreach e,$(addsuffix .fls,$(all_stems_source)),\
$(shell $(call get-generated-names,$e))))
.PHONY: clean-deps
clean-deps:
$(QUIET)$(call clean-files,$(all_d_targets) *.make *.make.temp *.cookie)
.PHONY: clean-tex
clean-tex: clean-deps
$(QUIET)$(call clean-files,$(rm_tex))
.PHONY: clean-graphics
# TODO: This *always* deletes pstex files, even if they were not generated by
# anything.... In other words, if you create a pstex and pstex_t pair by hand
# an drop them in here without the generating fig file, they will be deleted
# and you won't get them back. It's a hack put in here because I'm not sure we
# even want to keep pstex functionality, so my motivation is not terribly high
# for doing it right.
clean-graphics:
$(QUIET)$(call clean-files,$(all_graphics_targets) $(intermediate_graphics_targets) *.gpi.d *.pstex *.pstex_t *.dot_t)
.PHONY: clean-backups
clean-backups:
$(QUIET)$(call clean-files,$(backup_patterns) *.temp)
.PHONY: clean-auxiliary
clean-auxiliary:
$(QUIET)$(call clean-files,$(graph_stem).*)
.PHONY: clean-nographics
clean-nographics: clean-tex clean-deps clean-backups clean-auxiliary ;
.PHONY: clean
clean: clean-generated clean-tex clean-graphics clean-deps clean-backups clean-auxiliary
#
# HELP TARGETS
#
.PHONY: help
help:
$(help_text)
.PHONY: version
version:
$(QUIET)\
$(ECHO) "$(fileinfo) Version $(version)"; \
$(ECHO) "by $(author)"; \
#
# HELP TEXT
#
define help_text
# $(fileinfo) Version $(version)
#
# by $(author)
#
# Generates a number of possible output files from a LaTeX document and its
# various dependencies. Handles .bib files, \include and \input, and .eps
# graphics. All dependencies are handled automatically by running LaTeX over
# the source.
#
# USAGE:
#
# make [GRAY=1] [VERBOSE=1] [SHELL_DEBUG=1] <target(s)>
#
# STANDARD OPTIONS:
# GRAY:
# Setting this variable forces all recompiled graphics to be grayscale.
# It is useful when creating a document for printing. The default is
# to allow colors. Note that it only changes graphics that need to be
# rebuilt! It is usually a good idea to do a 'make clean' first.
#
# VERBOSE:
# This turns off all @ prefixes for commands invoked by make. Thus,
# you get to see all of the gory details of what is going on.
#
# SHELL_DEBUG:
# This enables the -x option for sh, meaning that everything it does is
# echoed to stderr. This is particularly useful for debugging
# what is going on in $$(shell ...) invocations. One of my favorite
# debugging tricks is to do this:
#
# make -d SHELL_DEBUG=1 VERBOSE=1 2>&1 | less
#
# STANDARD AUXILIARY FILES:
#
# Makefile.ini
#
# This file can contain variable declarations that override various
# aspects of the makefile. For example, one might specify
#
# neverclean := *.pdf *.ps
# onlysources.tex := main.tex
# LATEX_COLOR_WARNING := 'bold red uline'
#
# And this would override the neverclean setting to ensure that pdf
# and ps files always remain behind, set the makefile to treat all
# .tex files that are not "main.tex" as includes (and therefore not
# default targets). It also changes the LaTeX warning output to be
# red, bold, and underlined.
#
# There are numerous variables in this file that can be overridden in
# this way. Search for '?=' to find them all.
#
# Also, you can put arbitrary targets into it if, for example, you
# want your source built from something else, e.g.:
#
# generated.tex: generating_script.weird_lang depA depB
# ./generating_script.weird_lang > $$@
#
# Note that if you are not careful, you can override the default
# target (what happens when you type "make" without arguments), so if
# you do use Makefile.ini, you probably want to start it with
# something like the following line:
#
# default: all
#
# Since the first target in any makefile is automatically the default,
# and the makefile already has a sensible "all" target, this will do
# what you want.
#
# The Makefile.ini is imported before *anything else* is done, so go
# wild with your ideas for changes to this makefile in there. It
# makes it easy to test them before submitting patches.
#
# STANDARD ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES:
#
# LATEX_COLOR_WARNING '$(LATEX_COLOR_WARNING)'
# LATEX_COLOR_ERROR '$(LATEX_COLOR_ERROR)'
# LATEX_COLOR_UNDERFULL '$(LATEX_COLOR_UNDERFULL)'
# LATEX_COLOR_OVERFULL '$(LATEX_COLOR_OVERFULL)'
# LATEX_COLOR_PAGES '$(LATEX_COLOR_PAGES)'
# LATEX_COLOR_BUILD '$(LATEX_COLOR_BUILD)'
# LATEX_COLOR_GRAPHIC '$(LATEX_COLOR_GRAPHIC)'
# LATEX_COLOR_DEP '$(LATEX_COLOR_DEP)'
# LATEX_COLOR_SUCCESS '$(LATEX_COLOR_SUCCESS)'
# LATEX_COLOR_FAILURE '$(LATEX_COLOR_FAILURE)'
#
# These may be redefined in your environment to be any of the following:
#
# black
# red
# green
# yellow
# blue
# magenta
# cyan
# white
#
# Bold or underline may be used, as well, either alone or in combination
# with colors:
#
# bold
# uline
#
# Order is not important. You may want, for example, to specify:
#
# export LATEX_COLOR_SUCCESS='bold blue uline'
#
# in your .bashrc file. I don't know why, but you may want to.
#
# STANDARD TARGETS:
#
# all:
# Make all possible documents in this directory. The documents are
# determined by scanning for .tex and .tex.sh (described in more detail
# later) and omitting any file that ends in ._include_.tex or
# ._nobuild_.tex. The output is a set of .pdf files.
#
# If you wish to omit files without naming them with the special
# underscore names, set the following near the top of the Makefile,
# or (this is recommended) within a Makefile.ini in the same directory:
#
# includes.tex := file1.tex file2.tex
#
# This will cause the files listed to be considered as include files.
#
# If you have only few source files, you can set
#
# onlysources.tex := main.tex
#
# This will cause only the source files listed to be considered in
# dependency detection. All other .tex files will be considered as
# include files. Note that these options work for *any* source type,
# so you could do something similar with includes.gpi, for example.
# Note that this works for *any valid source* target. All of the
# onlysources.* variables are commented out in the shipping version of
# this file, so it does the right thing when they simply don't exist.
# The comments are purely documentation. If you know, for example, that
# file.mycoolformat is supported by this Makefile, but don't see the
# "onlysources.mycoolformat" declared in the comments, that doesn't mean
# you can't use it. Go ahead and set "onlysources.mycoolformat" and it
# should do the right thing.
#
# show:
# Builds and displays all documents in this directory. It uses the
# environment-overridable value of VIEW_PDF (currently $(VIEW_PDF)) to
# do its work.
#
# all-graphics:
# Make all of the graphics in this directory.
#
# all-pstex (only for BUILD_STRATEGY=latex):
# Build all fig files into pstex and pstex_t files. Gray DOES NOT WORK.
#
# all-gray-pstex (only for BUILD_STRATEGY=latex):
# Build all fig files into grayscale pstex and pstex_t files.
#
# all-dot2tex:
# Build all dot files into tex files.
#
# show-graphics:
# Builds and displays all graphics in this directory. Uses the
# environment-overridable value of VIEW_GRAPHICS (currently
# $(VIEW_GRAPHICS)) to do its work.
#
# clean:
# Remove ALL generated files, leaving only source intact.
# This will *always* skip files mentioned in the "neverclean" variable,
# either in this file or specified in Makefile.ini:
#
# neverclean := *.pdf *.ps
#
# The neverclean variable works on all "clean" targets below, as well.
#
# clean-graphics:
# Remove all generated graphics files.
#
# clean-backups:
# Remove all backup files: $(backup_patterns)
# (XFig and other editors have a nasty habit of leaving them around)
# Also removes Makefile-generated .temp files
#
# clean-tex:
# Remove all files generated from LaTeX invocations except dependency
# information. Leaves graphics alone.
#
# clean-deps:
# Removes all auto-generated dependency information.
#
# clean-auxiliary:
# Removes extra files created by various targets (like the dependency
# graph output).
#
# clean-nographics:
# Cleans everything *except* the graphics files.
#
# help:
# This help text.
#
# version:
# Version information about this LaTeX makefile.
#
# DEBUG TARGETS:
#
# _all_programs:
# A list of the programs used by this makefile.
#
# _check_programs:
# Checks your system for the needed software and reports what it finds.
#
# _check_gpi_files:
# Checks the .gpi files in the current directory for common errors, such
# as specification of the terminal or output file inside of the gpi file
# itself.
#
# _dependency_graph:
# Outputs a .dot file to stdout that represents a graph of LaTeX
# dependencies. To see it, use the _show_dependency_graph target or
# direct the output to a file, run dot on it, and view the output, e.g.:
#
# make _dependency_graph > graph.dot
# dot -T ps -o graph.eps graph.dot
# gv graph.eps
#
# _show_dependency_graph:
# Makes viewing the graph simple: extracts, builds and displays the
# dependency graph given in the _dependency_graph target using the value
# of the environment-overridable VIEW_POSTSCRIPT variable (currently set
# to $(VIEW_POSTSCRIPT)). The postscript viewer is used because it
# makes it easier to zoom in on the graph, a critical ability for
# something so dense and mysterious.
#
# _all_sources:
# List all .tex files in this directory.
#
# _sources:
# Print out a list of all compilable sources in this directory. This is
# useful for determining what make thinks it will be using as the
# primary source for 'make all'.
#
# _scripts:
# Print out a list of scripts that make knows can be used to generate
# .tex files (described later).
#
# _all_stems:
# Print a list of stems. These represent bare targets that can be
# executed. Listing <stem> as a bare target will produce <stem>.pdf.
#
# _includes:
# A list of .d files that would be included in this run if _includes
# weren't specified. This target may be used alone or in conjunction
# with other targets.
#
# _graphic_outputs:
# A list of all generated .eps files
#
# _env:
# A list of environment variables and their values. If supported by
# your version of make, also a list of variables known to make.
#
# FILE TARGETS:
#
# %, %.pdf:
# Build a PDF file from the corresponding %.tex file.
#
# If BUILD_STRATEGY=pdflatex, then this builds the pdf directly.
# Otherwise, it uses this old-school but effective approach:
#
# latex -> dvips -> ps2pdf
#
# The BUILD_STRATEGY can be overridden in Makefile.ini in the same
# directory. The default is pdflatex.
#
# Reasons for using latex -> dvips include the "psfrag" package, and the
# generation of postscript instead of PDF. Arguments for using pdflatex
# include "new and shiny" and "better supported." I can't argue with
# either of those, and supporting them both didn't turn out to be that
# difficult, so there you have it. Choices.
#
# %._show:
# A phony target that builds the pdf file and then displays it using the
# environment-overridable value of VIEW_PDF ($(VIEW_PDF)).
#
# %._graphics:
# A phony target that generates all graphics on which %.pdf (or %.dvi)
# depends.
#
# %.ps (only for BUILD_STRATEGY=latex):
# Build a Postscript file from the corresponding %.tex file.
# This is done using dvips. Paper size is automatically
# extracted from the declaration
#
# \documentclass[<something>paper]
#
# or it is the system default.
#
# If using beamer (an excellent presentation class), the paper
# size is ignored. More on this later.
#
# %.dvi (only for BUILD_STRATEGY=latex):
# Build the DVI file from the corresponding %.tex file.
#
# %.ind:
# Build the index for this %.tex file.
#
# %.gls:
# Build the nomenclature glossary for this %.tex file.
#
# %.nls:
# Build the (newer) nomenclature file for this %.tex file.
#
# %.eps:
# Build an eps file from one of the following file types:
#
# .dot : graphviz
# .gpi : gnuplot
# .fig : xfig
# .xvg : xmgrace
# .svg : scalable vector graphics (goes through inkscape)
# .png : png (goes through NetPBM)
# .jpg : jpeg (goes through ImageMagick)
# .eps.gz : gzipped eps
#
# The behavior of this makefile with each type is described in
# its own section below.
#
# %.pstex{,_t} (only for BUILD_STRATEGY=latex):
# Build a .pstex_t file from a .fig file.
#
# FEATURES:
#
# Optional Binary Directory:
# If you create the _out_ directory in the same place as the makefile,
# it will automatically be used as a dumping ground for .pdf (or .dvi,
# .ps, and .pdf) output files.
#
# Alternatively, you can set the BINARY_TARGET_DIR variable, either as a
# make argument or in Makefile.ini, to point to your directory of
# choice. Note that no pathname wildcard expansion is done in the
# makefile, so make sure that the path is complete before going in
# there. E.g., if you want to specify something in your home directory,
# use $$HOME/ instead of ~/ so that the shell expands it before it gets
# to the makefile.
#
# External Program Dependencies:
# Every external program used by the makefile is represented by an
# ALLCAPS variable at the top of this file. This should allow you to
# make judgments about whether your system supports the use of this
# makefile. The list is available in the ALL_PROGRAMS variable and,
# provided that you are using GNU make 3.80 or later (or you haven't
# renamed this file to something weird like "mylatexmakefile" and like
# invoking it with make -f) can be viewed using
#
# make _all_programs
#
# Additionally, the availability of these programs can be checked
# automatically for you by running
#
# make _check_programs
#
# The programs are categorized according to how important they are and
# what function they perform to help you decide which ones you really
# need.
#
# Colorized Output:
# The output of commands is colorized to highlight things that are often
# important to developers. This includes {underfull,overfull}
# {h,v}boxes, general LaTeX Errors, each stage of document building, and
# the number of pages in the final document. The colors are obtained
# using 'tput', so colorization should work pretty well on any terminal.
#
# The colors can be customized very simply by setting any of the
# LATEX_COLOR_<CONTEXT> variables in your environment (see above).
#
# Predecessors to TeX Files:
# Given a target <target>, if no <target>.tex file exists but a
# corresponding script or predecessor file exists, then appropriate
# action will be taken to generate the tex file.
#
# Currently supported script or predecessor languages are:
#
# sh: %.tex.sh
# perl: %.tex.pl
# python: %.tex.py
#
# Calls the script using the appropriate interpreter, assuming that
# its output is a .tex file.
#
# The script is called thus:
#
# <interpreter> <script file name> <target tex file>
#
# and therefore sees exactly one parameter: the name of the .tex
# file that it is to create.
#
# Why does this feature exist? I ran into this while working on
# my paper dissertation. I wrote a huge bash script that used a
# lot of sed to bring together existing papers in LaTeX. It
# would have been nice had I had something like this to make my
# life easier, since as it stands I have to run the script and
# then build the document with make. This feature provides hooks
# for complicated stuff that you may want to do, but that I have
# not considered. It should work fine with included dependencies,
# too.
#
# Scripts are run every time make is invoked. Some trickery is
# employed to make sure that multiple restarts of make don't cause
# them to be run again.
#
# reST: %.rst
#
# Runs the reST to LaTeX converter to generate a .tex file
# If it finds a file names _rststyle_._include_.tex, uses it as
# the "stylesheet" option to rst2latex.
#
# Note that this does not track sub-dependencies in rst files. It
# assumes that the top-level rst file will change if you want a
# rebuild.
#
# Dependencies:
#
# In general, dependencies are extracted directly from LaTeX output on
# your document. This includes
#
# * Bibliography information
# * \include or \input files (honoring \includeonly, too)
# * Graphics files inserted by the graphicx package
#
# Where possible, all of these are built correctly and automatically.
# In the case of graphics files, these are generated from the following
# file types:
#
# GraphViz: .dot
# GNUPlot: .gpi
# XFig: .fig
# XMgrace: .xvg
# SVG: .svg
# PNG: .png
# JPEG: .jpg
# GZipped EPS: .eps.gz
#
# If the file exists as a .eps already, it is merely used (and will not
# be deleted by 'clean'!).
#
# LaTeX and BibTeX are invoked correctly and the "Rerun to get
# cross-references right" warning is heeded a reasonable number of
# times. In my experience this is enough for even the most troublesome
# documents, but it can be easily changed (if LaTeX has to be run after
# BibTeX more than three times, it is likely that something is moving
# back and forth between pages, and no amount of LaTeXing will fix
# that).
#
# \includeonly is honored by this system, so files that are not
# specified there will not trigger a rebuild when changed.
#
# Beamer:
# A special TeX source comment is recognized by this makefile (only when
# BUILD_STRATEGY=latex, since this invokes psnup):
#
# %%[[:space:]]*BEAMER[[:space:]]*LARGE
#
# The presence of this comment forces the output of dvips through psnup
# to enlarge beamer slides to take up an entire letter-sized page. This
# is particularly useful when printing transparencies or paper versions
# of the slides. For some reason landscape orientation doesn't appear
# to work, though.
#
# If you want to put multiple slides on a page, use this option and then
# print using mpage, a2ps, or psnup to consolidate slides. My personal
# favorite is a2ps, but your mileage may vary.
#
# When beamer is the document class, dvips does NOT receive a paper size
# command line attribute, since beamer does special things with sizes.
#
# GNUPlot Graphics:
# When creating a .gpi file, DO NOT INCLUDE the "set terminal" or "set
# output" commands! The makefile will include terminal information for
# you. Besides being unnecessary and potentially harmful, including the
# terminal definition in the .gpi file makes it harder for you, the one
# writing the document, to preview your graphics, e.g., with
#
# gnuplot -persist myfile.gpi
#
# so don't do specify a terminal or an output file in your .gpi files.
#
# When building a gpi file into an eps file, there are several features
# available to the document designer:
#
# Global Header:
# The makefile searches for the files in the variable GNUPLOT_GLOBAL
# in order:
#
# ($(GNUPLOT_GLOBAL))
#
# Only the first found is used. All .gpi files in the directory are
# treated as though the contents of GNUPLOT_GLOBAL were directly
# included at the top of the file.
#
# NOTE: This includes special comments! (see below)
#
# Font Size:
# A special comment in a .gpi file (or a globally included file) of
# the form
#
# ## FONTSIZE=<number>
#
# will change the font size of the GPI output. If font size is
# specified in both the global file and the GPI file, the
# specification in the individual GPI file is used.
#
# Grayscale Output:
# GNUplot files also support a special comment to force them to be
# output in grayscale *no matter what*:
#
# ## GRAY
#
# This is not generally advisable, since you can always create a
# grayscale document using the forms mentioned above. But, if your
# plot simply must be grayscale even in a document that allows
# colors, this is how you do it.
#
# XFig Graphics:
# No special handling is done with XFig, except when a global
# grayscale method is used, e.g.
#
# make GRAY=1 document
#
# In these cases the .eps files is created using the -N switch to
# fig2dev to turn off color output. (Only works with eps, not pstex
# output)
#
# GraphVis Graphics:
# Color settings are simply ignored here. The 'dot' program is used
# to transform a .dot file into a .eps file.
#
# If you want, you can use the dot2tex program to convert dot files
# to tex graphics. The default is to just call dot2tex with no
# arguments, but you can change the DOT2TEX definition to include
# options as needed (in your Makefile.ini).
#
# Note that, as with pstex, the makefile cannot use latex's own
# output to discover all missing dot_t (output) files, since anytime
# TeX includes TeX, it has to bail when it can't find the include
# file. It can therefore only stop on the first missing file it
# discovers, and we can't get a large list of them out easily.
#
# So, the makefile errors out if it's missing an included dot_t
# file, then prompts the user to run this command manually:
#
# make all-dot2tex
#
# GZipped EPS Graphics:
#
# A .eps.gz file is sometimes a nice thing to have. EPS files can get
# very large, especially when created from bitmaps (don't do this if you
# don't have to). This makefile will unzip them (not in place) to
# create the appropriate EPS file.
#
endef
#
# DEPENDENCY CHART:
#
#digraph "g" {
# rankdir=TB
# size="9,9"
# edge [fontsize=12 weight=10]
# node [shape=box fontsize=14 style=rounded]
#
# eps [
# shape=Mrecord
# label="{{<gpi> GNUplot|<epsgz> GZip|<dot> Dot|<fig> XFig}|<eps> eps}"
# ]
# pstex [label="%.pstex"]
# pstex_t [label="%.pstex_t"]
# tex_outputs [shape=point]
# extra_tex_files [shape=point]
# gpi_data [label="<data>"]
# gpi_includes [label="_include_.gpi"]
# aux [label="%.aux"]
# fls [label="%.fls"]
# idx [label="%.idx"]
# glo [label="%.glo"]
# ind [label="%.ind"]
# log [label="%.log"]
# tex_sh [label="%.tex.sh"]
# rst [label="%.rst"]
# tex [
# shape=record
# label="<tex> %.tex|<include> _include_.tex"
# ]
# include_aux [label="_include_.aux"]
# file_bib [label=".bib"]
# bbl [label="%.bbl"]
# dvi [label="%.dvi"]
# ps [label="%.ps"]
# pdf [label="%.pdf"]
# fig [label=".fig"]
# dot [label=".dot"]
# gpi [label=".gpi"]
# eps_gz [label=".eps.gz"]
#
# gpi_files [shape=point]
#
# rst -> tex:tex [label="reST"]
# tex_sh -> tex:tex [label="sh"]
# tex_pl -> tex:tex [label="perl"]
# tex_py -> tex:tex [label="python"]
# tex -> tex_outputs [label="latex"]
# tex_outputs -> dvi
# tex_outputs -> aux
# tex_outputs -> log
# tex_outputs -> fls
# tex_outputs -> idx
# tex_outputs -> include_aux
# aux -> bbl [label="bibtex"]
# file_bib -> bbl [label="bibtex"]
# idx -> ind [label="makeindex"]
# glo -> gls [label="makeindex"]
# nlo -> nls [label="makeindex"]
# gls -> extra_tex_files
# nls -> extra_tex_files
# ind -> extra_tex_files
# bbl -> extra_tex_files
# eps -> extra_tex_files
# extra_tex_files -> dvi [label="latex"]
# gpi_files -> eps:gpi [label="gnuplot"]
# gpi -> gpi_files
# gpi_data -> gpi_files
# gpi_includes -> gpi_files
# eps_gz -> eps:epsgz [label="gunzip"]
# fig -> eps:fig [label="fig2dev"]
# fig -> pstex [label="fig2dev"]
# fig -> pstex_t [label="fig2dev"]
# pstex -> pstex_t [label="fig2dev"]
# dot -> eps:dot [label="dot"]
# dvi -> ps [label="dvips"]
# include_aux -> bbl [label="bibtex"]
# ps -> pdf [label="ps2pdf"]
#
# edge [ color=blue label="" style=dotted weight=1 fontcolor=blue]
# fls -> tex:include [label="INPUT: *.tex"]
# fls -> file_bib [label="INPUT: *.aux"]
# aux -> file_bib [label="\\bibdata{...}"]
# include_aux -> file_bib [label="\\bibdata{...}"]
# log -> gpi [label="Graphic file"]
# log -> fig [label="Graphic file"]
# log -> eps_gz [label="Graphic file"]
# log -> dot [label="Graphic file"]
# log -> idx [label="No file *.ind"]
# log -> glo [label="No file *.gls"]
# log -> nlo [label="No file *.nls"]
# gpi -> gpi_data [label="plot '...'"]
# gpi -> gpi_includes [label="load '...'"]
# tex:tex -> ps [label="paper"]
# tex:tex -> pdf [label="embedding"]
#}
#
# DEPENDENCY CHART SCRIPT
#
# $(call output_dependency_graph,[<output file>])
define output-dependency-graph
if [ -f '$(this_file)' ]; then \
$(SED) \
-e '/^[[:space:]]*#[[:space:]]*DEPENDENCY CHART:/,/^$$/!d' \
-e '/DEPENDENCY CHART/d' \
-e '/^$$/d' \
-e 's/^[[:space:]]*#//' \
$(this_file) $(if $1,> '$1',); \
else \
$(ECHO) "Cannot determine the name of this makefile."; \
fi
endef
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