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# vim: set ft=make :
# Makefile for VIM on the Amiga, using SAS/Lattice C 6.0 to 6.58
#
# Do NOT use the peephole optimizer with a version before 6.56!
# It messes up all kinds of things:
# For 6.0 and 6.1, expand_env() will not work correctly.
# For 6.2 and 6.3 the call to free_line in u_freeentry is wrong.
# The "read.me" file for version 6.56 includes a remark about a fix for the
# peephole optimizer. Everything before 6.56 will probably fail.
#
# You should use Manx Aztec C whenever possible, because it has been tested.
#
# The prototypes from Manx and SAS are incompatible. If the prototypes
# were generated by Manx, first do "touch *.c; make proto" before "make".
# The prototypes generated on Unix work for both.
#
# Note: Not all dependencies are included. This was done to avoid having
# to compile everything when a global variable or function is added.
#>>>>> choose options:
### See feature.h for a list of optionals.
### Any other defines can be included here.
# NO_ARP Don't include ARP functions
# SASC=658 Sas/C version number
# NEWSASC fixes a bug in the syntax highlighting?
DEFINES = DEF=NO_ARP DEF=NEWSASC DEF="SASC=658"
#>>>>> if HAVE_TGETENT is defined termlib.o has to be used
#TERMLIB = termlib.o
TERMLIB =
#>>>>> choose NODEBUG for normal compiling, the other for debugging and
# profiling
# don't switch on debugging when generating proto files, it crashes the
# compiler.
DBG = NODEBUG
#DBG = DBG=SF
#>>>>> choose NOOPTPEEP for 6.0 to 6.3, NOOPT for debugging
# with version 6.56 and later you can probably use OPT
OPTIMIZE = OPT
#OPTIMIZE = NOOPTPEEP
#OPTIMIZE = NOOPT
# for 6.58 you can use the line below, but be warned it takes a loooonnnggg time
#OPTIMIZE=OPT OPTIMIZERSCHEDULER OPTIMIZERTIME NoOPTIMIZERALIAS \
OptimizerComplexity=10 OptimizerDepth=10 OptimizerRecurDepth=10 \
OptimizerInLocal OPTPEEP
#generate code for your processor - 68060 will work for 040's as well.
CPU=68000
#CPU=68020
#CPU=68030
#CPU=68040
#CPU=68060
#Error reporting - rexx or console
ERROR = ERRORCONSOLE ERRORSOURCE ERRORHIGHLIGHT
#ERROR = ERRORREXX ERRORCONSOLE ERRORSOURCE ERRORHIGHLIGHT
#memory types, if you have fast use it :->,
# ANY = will work on all machines
# FAST = this is the best option, for speed
#MEMORYTYPE=FAST
MEMORYTYPE=ANY
#MEMSIZE - this is for compile time only for speed of compilation
#MEMSIZE=HUGE
MEMSIZE=LARGE
#MEMSIZE=SMALL
#>>>>> end of choices
###########################################################################
CC = sc
GST = vim.gst
COPTS = SINT SCODE SDATA
SHELL = csh
DEL = $(SHELL) -c rm -f
# ignore error messages for uninitialized variables, they are mostly not correct
CFLAGS = NOLINK $(DBG) CPU=$(CPU) NOSTACKCHECK DEF=AMIGA CODE=FAR idir=proto ignore=317
CFLAGS2 = $(OPTIMIZE) $(ERROR) GSTIMMEDIATE GST=$(GST)
CFLAGS3 = $(COPTS) STRINGMERGE MEMSIZE=$(MEMSIZE)
CFLAGS4 = $(DEFINES) DATAMEMORY=$(MEMORYTYPE)
PROPT = DEF=PROTO GPROTO GPPARM MAXIMUMERRORS=999 GENPROTOSTATICS GENPROTOPARAMETERS
SRC = \
buffer.c \
charset.c \
diff.c \
digraph.c \
edit.c \
eval.c \
ex_cmds.c \
ex_cmds2.c \
ex_docmd.c \
ex_eval.c \
ex_getln.c \
fileio.c \
fold.c \
getchar.c \
hardcopy.c \
hashtab.c \
main.c \
mark.c \
memfile.c \
memline.c \
menu.c \
message.c \
misc1.c \
misc2.c \
move.c \
mbyte.c \
normal.c \
ops.c \
option.c \
os_amiga.c \
popupmnu.c \
quickfix.c \
regexp.c \
screen.c \
search.c \
spell.c \
syntax.c \
tag.c \
term.c \
ui.c \
undo.c \
window.c \
version.c
OBJ = \
buffer.o \
charset.o \
diff.o \
digraph.o \
edit.o \
eval.o \
ex_cmds.o \
ex_cmds2.o \
ex_docmd.o \
ex_eval.o \
ex_getln.o \
fileio.o \
fold.o \
getchar.o \
hardcopy.o \
hashtab.o \
main.o \
mark.o \
memfile.o \
memline.o \
menu.o \
message.o \
misc1.o \
misc2.o \
move.o \
mbyte.o \
normal.o \
ops.o \
option.o \
os_amiga.o \
popupmnu.o \
quickfix.o \
regexp.o \
screen.o \
search.o \
spell.o \
syntax.o \
tag.o \
term.o \
ui.o \
undo.o \
window.o \
$(TERMLIB)
PRO = \
proto/buffer.pro \
proto/charset.pro \
proto/diff.pro \
proto/digraph.pro \
proto/edit.pro \
proto/eval.pro \
proto/ex_cmds.pro \
proto/ex_cmds2.pro \
proto/ex_docmd.pro \
proto/ex_eval.pro \
proto/ex_getln.pro \
proto/fileio.pro \
proto/fold.pro \
proto/getchar.pro \
proto/hardcopy.pro \
proto/hashtab.pro \
proto/main.pro \
proto/mark.pro \
proto/memfile.pro \
proto/memline.pro \
proto/menu.pro \
proto/message.pro \
proto/misc1.pro \
proto/misc2.pro \
proto/move.pro \
proto/mbyte.pro \
proto/normal.pro \
proto/ops.pro \
proto/option.pro \
proto/os_amiga.pro \
proto/popupmnu.pro \
proto/quickfix.pro \
proto/regexp.pro \
proto/screen.pro \
proto/search.pro \
proto/spell.pro \
proto/syntax.pro \
proto/tag.pro \
proto/term.pro \
proto/termlib.pro \
proto/ui.pro \
proto/undo.pro \
proto/window.pro
all: proto Vim
Vim: scoptions $(OBJ) version.c version.h
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) version.c
$(CC) LINK $(COPTS) $(OBJ) version.o $(DBG) PNAME=Vim
debug: scoptions $(OBJ) version.c version.h
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) version.c
$(CC) LINK $(COPTS) $(OBJ) version.o $(DBG) PNAME=Vim
proto: $(GST) $(PRO)
tags:
spat ctags $(SRC) *.h
# csh -c ctags $(SRC) *.h
# can't use delete here, too many file names
clean:
$(DEL) *.o Vim $(GST)
# generate GlobalSymbolTable, which speeds up the compile time.
#
# A preprocessing stage is used to work arounda bug in the GST generator, in
# that it does not handle nested makefiles properly in this stage.
# Ignore error message for not producing any code (105).
$(GST): scoptions vim.h keymap.h macros.h ascii.h term.h structs.h
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) PREPROCESSORONLY vim.h objectname pre.h
$(CC) MGST=$(GST) pre.h ignore=105
$(DEL) pre.h
# generate an options file, because SAS/C smake can't handle the amiga command
# line can handle the lengths that this makefile will impose on the shell.
# (Manx's make can do this).
scoptions: Make_sas.mak
@echo "Generating - $@ ..."
@echo $(CFLAGS) > scoptions
@echo $(CFLAGS1) >> scoptions
@echo $(CFLAGS2) >> scoptions
@echo $(CFLAGS3) >> scoptions
@echo $(CFLAGS4) >> scoptions
@echo $(COPTS) >>scoptions
@echo done
###########################################################################
$(OBJ): $(GST) vim.h
$(PRO): $(GST) vim.h
.c.o:
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $*.c
.c.pro:
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) GPFILE=proto/$*.pro $(PROPT) $*.c
# dependancies
buffer.o: buffer.c
proto/buffer.pro: buffer.c
charset.o: charset.c
proto/charset.pro: charset.c
diff.o: diff.c
proto/diff.pro: diff.c
digraph.o: digraph.c
proto/digraph.pro: digraph.c
edit.o: edit.c
proto/edit.pro: edit.c
eval.o: eval.c
proto/eval.pro: eval.c
ex_cmds.o: ex_cmds.c
proto/ex_cmds.pro: ex_cmds.c
ex_cmds2.o: ex_cmds2.c
proto/ex_cmds2.pro: ex_cmds2.c
ex_docmd.o: ex_docmd.c ex_cmds.h
proto/ex_docmd.pro: ex_docmd.c ex_cmds.h
ex_eval.o: ex_eval.c ex_cmds.h
proto/ex_eval.pro: ex_eval.c ex_cmds.h
ex_getln.o: ex_getln.c
proto/ex_getln.pro: ex_getln.c
fileio.o: fileio.c
proto/fileio.pro: fileio.c
fold.o: fold.c
proto/fold.pro: fold.c
getchar.o: getchar.c
proto/getchar.pro: getchar.c
hardcopy.o: hardcopy.c
proto/hardcopy.pro: hardcopy.c
hashtab.o: hashtab.c
proto/hashtab.pro: hashtab.c
main.o: main.c
proto/main.pro: main.c
mark.o: mark.c
proto/mark.pro: mark.c
memfile.o: memfile.c
proto/memfile.pro: memfile.c
memline.o: memline.c
proto/memline.pro: memline.c
menu.o: menu.c
proto/menu.pro: menu.c
message.o: message.c
proto/message.pro: message.c
misc1.o: misc1.c
proto/misc1.pro: misc1.c
misc2.o: misc2.c
proto/misc2.pro: misc2.c
move.o: move.c
proto/move.pro: move.c
mbyte.o: mbyte.c
proto/mbyte.pro: mbyte.c
normal.o: normal.c
proto/normal.pro: normal.c
ops.o: ops.c
proto/ops.pro: ops.c
option.o: option.c
proto/option.pro: option.c
os_amiga.o: os_amiga.c
proto/os_amiga.pro: os_amiga.c
popupmnu.o: popupmnu.c
proto/popupmnu.pro: popupmnu.c
quickfix.o: quickfix.c
proto/quickfix.pro: quickfix.c
regexp.o: regexp.c
proto/regexp.pro: regexp.c
screen.o: screen.c
proto/screen.pro: screen.c
search.o: search.c
proto/search.pro: search.c
spell.o: spell.c
proto/spell.pro: spell.c
syntax.o: syntax.c
proto/syntax.pro: syntax.c
tag.o: tag.c
proto/tag.pro: tag.c
term.o: term.c
proto/term.pro: term.c
termlib.o: termlib.c
proto/termlib.pro: termlib.c
ui.o: ui.c
proto/ui.pro: ui.c
undo.o: undo.c
proto/undo.pro: undo.c
window.o: window.c
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