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# -*- Makefile -*-
#
# Copyright 2009 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is part of GNU Radio
#
# GNU Radio 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; either version 3, or (at your option)
# any later version.
#
# GNU Radio is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with GNU Radio; see the file COPYING. If not, write to
# the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street,
# Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
#
# Makefile.swig.gen for @NAME@.i
## Default install locations for these files:
##
## Default location for the Python directory is:
## ${prefix}/lib/python${python_version}/site-packages/[category]/@NAME@
## Default location for the Python exec directory is:
## ${exec_prefix}/lib/python${python_version}/site-packages/[category]/@NAME@
##
## The following can be overloaded to change the install location, but
## this has to be done in the including Makefile.am -before-
## Makefile.swig is included.
@NAME@_pythondir_category ?= gnuradio/@NAME@
@NAME@_pylibdir_category ?= $(@NAME@_pythondir_category)
@NAME@_pythondir = $(pythondir)/$(@NAME@_pythondir_category)
@NAME@_pylibdir = $(pyexecdir)/$(@NAME@_pylibdir_category)
## SWIG headers are always installed into the same directory.
@NAME@_swigincludedir = $(swigincludedir)
## This is a template file for a "generated" Makefile addition (in
## this case, "Makefile.swig.gen"). By including the top-level
## Makefile.swig, this file will be used to generate the SWIG
## dependencies. Assign the variable TOP_SWIG_FILES to be the list of
## SWIG .i files to generated wrappings for; there can be more than 1
## so long as the names are unique (no sorting is done on the
## TOP_SWIG_FILES list). This file explicitly assumes that a SWIG .i
## file will generate .cc, .py, and possibly .h files -- meaning that
## all of these files will have the same base name (that provided for
## the SWIG .i file).
##
## This code is setup to ensure parallel MAKE ("-j" or "-jN") does the
## right thing. For more info, see <
## http://sources.redhat.com/automake/automake.html#Multiple-Outputs >
## Stamps used to ensure parallel make does the right thing. These
## are removed by "make clean", but otherwise unused except during the
## parallel built. These will not be included in a tarball, because
## the SWIG-generated files will be removed from the distribution.
STAMPS += $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-*
## Other cleaned files: dependency files generated by SWIG or this Makefile
MOSTLYCLEANFILES += $(DEPDIR)/*.S*
## Add the .py and .cc files to the list of SWIG built sources. The
## .h file is sometimes built, but not always ... so that one has to
## be added manually by the including Makefile.am .
swig_built_sources += @NAME@.py @NAME@.cc
## Various SWIG variables. These can be overloaded in the including
## Makefile.am by setting the variable value there, then including
## Makefile.swig .
@NAME@_swiginclude_HEADERS = \
@NAME@.i \
$(@NAME@_swiginclude_headers)
@NAME@_pylib_LTLIBRARIES = \
_@NAME@.la
_@NAME@_la_SOURCES = \
@NAME@.cc \
$(@NAME@_la_swig_sources)
_@NAME@_la_LIBADD = \
$(STD_SWIG_LA_LIB_ADD) \
$(@NAME@_la_swig_libadd)
_@NAME@_la_LDFLAGS = \
$(STD_SWIG_LA_LD_FLAGS) \
$(@NAME@_la_swig_ldflags)
_@NAME@_la_CXXFLAGS = \
$(STD_SWIG_CXX_FLAGS) \
$(@NAME@_la_swig_cxxflags)
@NAME@_python_PYTHON = \
@NAME@.py \
$(@NAME@_python)
## Entry rule for running SWIG
@NAME@.h @NAME@.py @NAME@.cc: @NAME@.i
## This rule will get called only when MAKE decides that one of the
## targets needs to be created or re-created, because:
##
## * The .i file is newer than any or all of the generated files;
##
## * Any or all of the .cc, .h, or .py files does not exist and is
## needed (in the case this file is not needed, the rule for it is
## ignored); or
##
## * Some SWIG-based dependecy of the .cc file isn't met and hence the
## .cc file needs be be regenerated. Explanation: Because MAKE
## knows how to handle dependencies for .cc files (regardless of
## their name or extension), then the .cc file is used as a target
## instead of the .i file -- but with the dependencies of the .i
## file. It is this last reason why the line:
##
## if test -f $@; then :; else
##
## cannot be used in this case: If a .i file dependecy is not met,
## then the .cc file needs to be rebuilt. But if the stamp is newer
## than the .cc file, and the .cc file exists, then in the original
## version (with the 'test' above) the internal MAKE call will not
## be issued and hence the .cc file will not be rebuilt.
##
## Once execution gets to here, it should always proceed no matter the
## state of a stamp (as discussed in link above). The
## $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate stuff is used to allow for parallel
## builds to "do the right thing". The stamp has no relationship with
## either the target files or dependency file; it is used solely for
## the protection of multiple builds during a given call to MAKE.
##
## Catch signals SIGHUP (1), SIGINT (2), SIGPIPE (13), and SIGTERM
## (15). At a caught signal, the quoted command will be issued before
## exiting. In this case, remove any stamp, whether temporary of not.
## The trap is valid until the process exits; the process includes all
## commands appended via "\"s.
##
trap 'rm -rf $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-*' 1 2 13 15; \
##
## Create a temporary directory, which acts as a lock. The first
## process to create the directory will succeed and issue the MAKE
## command to do the actual work, while all subsequent processes will
## fail -- leading them to wait for the first process to finish.
##
if mkdir $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-lock 2>/dev/null; then \
##
## This code is being executed by the first process to succeed in
## creating the directory lock.
##
## Remove the stamp associated with this filename.
##
rm -f $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-stamp; \
##
## Tell MAKE to run the rule for creating this stamp.
##
$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-stamp WHAT=$<; \
##
## Now that the .cc, .h, and .py files have been (re)created from the
## .i file, future checking of this rule during the same MAKE
## execution will come back that the rule doesn't need to be executed
## because none of the conditions mentioned at the start of this rule
## will be positive. Remove the the directory lock, which frees up
## any waiting process(es) to continue.
##
rmdir $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-lock; \
else \
##
## This code is being executed by any follower processes while the
## directory lock is in place.
##
## Wait until the first process is done, testing once per second.
##
while test -d $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-lock; do \
sleep 1; \
done; \
##
## Succeed if and only if the first process succeeded; exit this
## process returning the status of the generated stamp.
##
test -f $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-stamp; \
exit $$?; \
fi;
$(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-stamp:
## This rule will be called only by the first process issuing the
## above rule to succeed in creating the lock directory, after
## removing the actual stamp file in order to guarantee that MAKE will
## execute this rule.
##
## Call SWIG to generate the various output files; special
## post-processing on 'mingw32' host OS for the dependency file.
##
if $(SWIG) $(STD_SWIG_PYTHON_ARGS) $(@NAME@_swig_args) \
-MD -MF $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Std \
-module @NAME@ -o @NAME@.cc $(WHAT); then \
if test $(host_os) = mingw32; then \
$(RM) $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Sd; \
$(SED) 's,\\\\,/,g' < $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Std \
> $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Sd; \
$(RM) $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Std; \
$(MV) $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Sd $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Std; \
fi; \
else \
$(RM) $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.S*; exit 1; \
fi;
##
## Mess with the SWIG output .Std dependency file, to create a
## dependecy file valid for the input .i file: Basically, simulate the
## dependency file created for libraries by GNU's libtool for C++,
## where all of the dependencies for the target are first listed, then
## each individual dependency is listed as a target with no further
## dependencies.
##
## (1) remove the current dependency file
##
$(RM) $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.d
##
## (2) Copy the whole SWIG file:
##
cp $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Std $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.d
##
## (3) all a carriage return to the end of the dependency file.
##
echo "" >> $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.d
##
## (4) from the SWIG file, remove the first line (the target); remove
## trailing " \" and " " from each line. Append ":" to each line,
## followed by 2 carriage returns, then append this to the end of
## the dependency file.
##
$(SED) -e '1d;s, \\,,g;s, ,,g' < $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Std | \
awk '{ printf "%s:\n\n", $$0 }' >> $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.d
##
## (5) remove the SWIG-generated file
##
$(RM) $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.Std
##
## Create the stamp for this filename generation, to signal success in
## executing this rule; allows other threads waiting on this process
## to continue.
##
touch $(DEPDIR)/@NAME@-generate-stamp
# KLUDGE: Force runtime include of a SWIG dependency file. This is
# not guaranteed to be portable, but will probably work. If it works,
# we have accurate dependencies for our swig stuff, which is good.
@am__include@ @am__quote@./$(DEPDIR)/@NAME@.d@am__quote@
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