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#! /bin/sh
if test -f; then TOP=.;
elif test -f ../; then TOP=..;
elif test -f ../../; then TOP=../..;
elif test -f ../../../; then TOP=../../..;
elif test -f ../../../../; then TOP=../../../..;
echo "Can't find"; exit 1
. $TOP/
: This forces SH files to create target in same directory as SH file.
: This is so that make depend always knows where to find SH derivatives.
case "$0" in
*/*) cd `expr X$0 : 'X\(.*\)/'` ;;
case "$d_dosuid" in
*define*) suidperl='suidperl' ;;
*) suidperl='';;
case "$useshrplib" in
# Prefix all runs of 'miniperl' and 'perl' with
# $ldlibpth so that ./perl finds *this* shared libperl.
case "$LD_LIBRARY_PATH" in
case "${osname}${osvers}" in
lddlflags="-dynamic -undefined warning -framework System \
-compatibility_version 1 -current_version $patchlevel \
-prebind -seg1addr 0x27000000 -install_name \$(shrpdir)/\$@"
shrpldflags="${ldflags} -dynamiclib \
-compatibility_version 1 \
-current_version \
${api_version}.${api_subversion} \
-image_base 0x4be00000 \
-install_name \$(shrpdir)/\$@"
linklibperl="-L. -lperl"
shrpldflags="-H512 -T512 -bhalt:4 -bM:SRE -bE:perl.exp"
case "$osvers" in
3*) shrpldflags="$shrpldflags -e _nostart"
*) shrpldflags="$shrpldflags -b noentry"
shrpldflags="$shrpldflags $ldflags $libs $cryptlib"
linklibperl="-L $archlibexp/CORE -L `pwd | sed 's/\/UU$//'` -lperl"
linklibperl="-L `pwd | sed 's/\/UU$//'` -Wl,+s -Wl,+b$archlibexp/CORE -lperl"
case "$ldlibpthname" in
'') ;;
case "$osname" in
eval "ldlibpth=\"$ldlibpthname=`pwd`:\$$ldlibpthname\""
# Strip off any trailing :'s
ldlibpth=`echo $ldlibpth | sed 's/:*$//'`
*) pldlflags=''
: Prepare dependency lists for Makefile.
dynamic_list=' '
for f in $dynamic_ext; do
: the dependency named here will never exist
base=`echo "$f" | sed 's/.*\///'`
dynamic_list="$dynamic_list lib/auto/$f/$base.$dlext"
static_list=' '
for f in $static_ext; do
base=`echo "$f" | sed 's/.*\///'`
static_list="$static_list lib/auto/$f/$base\$(LIB_EXT)"
nonxs_list=' '
for f in $nonxs_ext; do
base=`echo "$f" | sed 's/.*\///'`
nonxs_list="$nonxs_list ext/$f/pm_to_blib"
echo "Extracting Makefile (with variable substitutions)"
$spitshell >Makefile <<!GROK!THIS!
# Makefile.SH
# This file is derived from Makefile.SH. Any changes made here will
# be lost the next time you run Configure.
# Makefile is used to generate $firstmakefile. The only difference
# is that $firstmakefile has the dependencies filled in at the end.
# I now supply perly.c with the kits, so don't remake perly.c without byacc
BYACC = $byacc
CC = $cc
LD = $ld
LDFLAGS = $ldflags
CLDFLAGS = $ldflags
SMALL = $small
LARGE = $large $split
mallocsrc = $mallocsrc
mallocobj = $mallocobj
LNS = $lns
RMS = rm -f
ranlib = $ranlib
# The following are mentioned only to make metaconfig include the
# appropriate questions in Configure. If you want to change these,
# edit instead, or specify --man1dir=/wherever on
# installman commandline.
bin = $installbin
scriptdir = $scriptdir
shrpdir = $archlibexp/CORE
privlib = $installprivlib
man1dir = $man1dir
man1ext = $man1ext
man3dir = $man3dir
man3ext = $man3ext
# The following are used to build and install shared libraries for
# dynamic loading.
LDDLFLAGS = $lddlflags
SHRPLDFLAGS = $shrpldflags
CCDLFLAGS = $ccdlflags
DLSUFFIX = .$dlext
PLDLFLAGS = $pldlflags
LIBPERL = $libperl
LLIBPERL= $linklibperl
SHRPENV = $shrpenv
# The following is used to include the current directory in
# the dynamic loader path you are building a shared libperl.
LDLIBPTH = $ldlibpth
dynamic_ext = $dynamic_list
static_ext = $static_list
nonxs_ext = $nonxs_list
ext = \$(dynamic_ext) \$(static_ext) \$(nonxs_ext)
DYNALOADER = lib/auto/DynaLoader/DynaLoader\$(LIB_EXT)
libs = $libs $cryptlib
public = perl $suidperl utilities translators
shellflags = $shellflags
# This is set to MAKE=$make if your $make command doesn't
# do it for you.
# These variables may need to be manually set for non-Unix systems.
AR = $full_ar
EXE_EXT = $_exe
LIB_EXT = $_a
OBJ_EXT = $_o
PATH_SEP = $p_
FIRSTMAKEFILE = $firstmakefile
# Any special object files needed by this architecture, e.g. os2/os2.obj
ARCHOBJS = $archobjs
# grrr
SHELL = $sh
# how to tr(anslate) newlines
TRNL = '$trnl'
# not used by Makefile but by installperl;
# mentioned here so that metaconfig picks it up
INSTALL_USR_BIN_PERL = $installusrbinperl
## In the following dollars and backticks do not need the extra backslash.
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
CCCMD = `sh $(shellflags) cflags $(LIBPERL) $@`
private = preplibrary lib/ExtUtils/ lib/
# Files to be built with variable substitution before miniperl
# is available.
sh = Makefile.SH cflags.SH config_h.SH makeaperl.SH makedepend.SH \
makedir.SH myconfig.SH writemain.SH
shextract = Makefile cflags config.h makeaperl makedepend \
makedir myconfig writemain
# Files to be built with variable substitution after miniperl is
# available. Dependencies handled manually below (for now).
pl = pod/pod2html.PL pod/pod2latex.PL pod/pod2man.PL pod/pod2text.PL \
pod/pod2usage.PL pod/podchecker.PL pod/podselect.PL
plextract = pod/pod2html pod/pod2latex pod/pod2man pod/pod2text \
pod/pod2usage pod/podchecker pod/podselect
addedbyconf = UU $(shextract) $(plextract) pstruct
h1 = EXTERN.h INTERN.h XSUB.h av.h config.h cop.h cv.h dosish.h
h2 = embed.h form.h gv.h handy.h hv.h keywords.h mg.h op.h
h3 = opcode.h patchlevel.h perl.h perlapi.h perly.h pp.h proto.h regcomp.h
h4 = regexp.h scope.h sv.h unixish.h util.h iperlsys.h thread.h
h5 = utf8.h warnings.h
h = $(h1) $(h2) $(h3) $(h4) $(h5)
c1 = $(mallocsrc) av.c scope.c op.c doop.c doio.c dump.c hv.c mg.c
c2 = perl.c perly.c pp.c pp_hot.c pp_ctl.c pp_sys.c regcomp.c regexec.c utf8.c
c3 = gv.c sv.c taint.c toke.c util.c deb.c run.c universal.c xsutils.c
c4 = globals.c perlio.c perlapi.c
c = $(c1) $(c2) $(c3) $(c4) miniperlmain.c perlmain.c
obj1 = $(mallocobj) gv$(OBJ_EXT) toke$(OBJ_EXT) perly$(OBJ_EXT) op$(OBJ_EXT) regcomp$(OBJ_EXT) dump$(OBJ_EXT) util$(OBJ_EXT) mg$(OBJ_EXT)
obj2 = hv$(OBJ_EXT) av$(OBJ_EXT) run$(OBJ_EXT) pp_hot$(OBJ_EXT) sv$(OBJ_EXT) pp$(OBJ_EXT) scope$(OBJ_EXT) pp_ctl$(OBJ_EXT) pp_sys$(OBJ_EXT)
obj3 = doop$(OBJ_EXT) doio$(OBJ_EXT) regexec$(OBJ_EXT) utf8$(OBJ_EXT) taint$(OBJ_EXT) deb$(OBJ_EXT) universal$(OBJ_EXT) xsutils$(OBJ_EXT) globals$(OBJ_EXT) perlio$(OBJ_EXT) perlapi$(OBJ_EXT)
obj = $(obj1) $(obj2) $(obj3) $(ARCHOBJS)
# Once perl has been Configure'd and built ok you build different
# perl variants (Debugging, Embedded, Multiplicity etc) by saying:
# make clean; make LIBPERL=libperl<type>.a
# where <type> is some combination of 'd' and(or) 'e' or 'm'.
# See cflags to understand how this works.
# This mechanism is getting clunky and might not even work any more.
# EMBEDDING is on by default, and MULTIPLICITY doesn't work.
lintflags = -hbvxac
all: $(FIRSTMAKEFILE) miniperl extra.pods $(private) $(public) $(dynamic_ext) $(nonxs_ext)
@echo " ";
@echo " Everything is up to date. 'make test' to run test suite."
compile: all
echo "testing compilation" > testcompile;
cd utils; $(MAKE) compile;
cd x2p; $(MAKE) compile;
cd pod; $(MAKE) compile;
translators: miniperl lib/ FORCE
@echo " "; echo " Making x2p stuff"; cd x2p; $(LDLIBPTH) $(MAKE) all
utilities: miniperl lib/ $(plextract) FORCE
@echo " "; echo " Making utilities"; cd utils; $(LDLIBPTH) $(MAKE) all
# This is now done by installman only if you actually want the man pages.
# @echo " "; echo " Making docs"; cd pod; $(MAKE) all;
# Phony target to force checking subdirectories.
# Apparently some makes require an action for the FORCE target.
@sh -c true
opmini$(OBJ_EXT): op.c
$(RMS) opmini.c
$(LNS) op.c opmini.c
$(RMS) opmini.c
miniperlmain$(OBJ_EXT): miniperlmain.c
perlmain.c: miniperlmain.c $(FIRSTMAKEFILE)
sh writemain $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) > writemain.tmp
sh mv-if-diff writemain.tmp perlmain.c
perlmain$(OBJ_EXT): perlmain.c
# The file ext.libs is a list of libraries that must be linked in
# for static extensions, e.g. -lm -lgdbm, etc. The individual
# static extension Makefile's add to it.
ext.libs: $(static_ext)
-@test -f ext.libs || touch ext.libs
# How to build libperl. This is still rather convoluted.
# Load up custom Makefile.SH fragment for shared loading and executables:
case "$osname" in
case "$osname" in
$spitshell >>Makefile <<!GROK!THIS!
LIBS = $libs
# In AIX we need to change this for building Perl itself from
# its earlier definition (which is for building external
# extensions *after* Perl has been built and installed)
CCDLFLAGS = `echo $ccdlflags|sed -e 's@-bE:.*/perl\.exp@-bE:perl.exp@'`
case "$useshrplib" in
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
LIBPERL_NONSHR = libperl_nonshr$(LIB_EXT)
MINIPERL_NONSHR = miniperl_nonshr$(EXE_EXT)
$(LIBPERL_NONSHR): perl$(OBJ_EXT) $(obj)
$(AR) rcu $(LIBPERL_NONSHR) perl$(OBJ_EXT) $(obj)
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o $(MINIPERL_NONSHR) miniperlmain$(OBJ_EXT) \
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
PERLEXPORT = perl.exp
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
perl.exp: $(MINIPERLEXP) $(SYM) $(SYMH)
./$(MINIPERLEXP) PLATFORM=aix | sort -u | sort -f > perl.exp.tmp
sh mv-if-diff perl.exp.tmp perl.exp
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
MINIPERLEXP = miniperl
perl5.def: $(MINIPERLEXP) $(SYM) $(SYMH)
sh mv-if-diff perl.exp.tmp perl5.def
if test -r $Makefile_s ; then
. $Makefile_s
$spitshell >>Makefile <<!GROK!THIS!
Makefile: $Makefile_s
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
$(LIBPERL): $& perl$(OBJ_EXT) $(obj) $(LIBPERLEXPORT)
case "$useshrplib" in
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
$(LD) $(SHRPLDFLAGS) -o $@ perl$(OBJ_EXT) $(obj)
case "$osname" in
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
rm -f libperl$(OBJ_EXT)
mv $@ libperl$(OBJ_EXT)
$(AR) qv $(LIBPERL) libperl$(OBJ_EXT)
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
rm -f $(LIBPERL)
$(AR) rcu $(LIBPERL) perl$(OBJ_EXT) $(obj)
@$(ranlib) $(LIBPERL)
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
# How to build executables.
# The $& notation tells Sequent machines that it can do a parallel make,
# and is harmless otherwise.
# The miniperl -w -MExporter line is a basic cheap test to catch errors
# before make goes on to run preplibrary and then MakeMaker on extensions.
# This is very handy because later errors are often caused by miniperl
# build problems but that's not obvious to the novice.
# The Module used here must not depend on Config or any extensions.
case "${osname}${osvers}" in
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
miniperl: $& miniperlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(LIBPERL) opmini$(OBJ_EXT)
$(CC) -o miniperl `echo $(obj) | sed 's/ op$(OBJ_EXT) / /'` \
miniperlmain$(OBJ_EXT) opmini$(OBJ_EXT) perl$(OBJ_EXT) $(libs)
$(LDLIBPTH) ./miniperl -w -Ilib -MExporter -e '<?>' || $(MAKE) minitest
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
miniperl: $& miniperlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(LIBPERL) opmini$(OBJ_EXT)
$(CC) -o miniperl $(CLDFLAGS) \
`echo $(obj) | sed 's/ op$(OBJ_EXT) / /'` \
miniperlmain$(OBJ_EXT) opmini$(OBJ_EXT) perl$(OBJ_EXT) $(libs)
$(LDLIBPTH) ./miniperl -w -Ilib -MExporter -e '<?>' || $(MAKE) minitest
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
miniperl: $& miniperlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(LIBPERL) opmini$(OBJ_EXT)
$(LDLIBPTH) $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CLDFLAGS) -o miniperl \
miniperlmain$(OBJ_EXT) opmini$(OBJ_EXT) $(LLIBPERL) $(libs)
$(LDLIBPTH) ./miniperl -w -Ilib -MExporter -e '<?>' || $(MAKE) minitest
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
perl: $& perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(LIBPERL) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) ext.libs $(PERLEXPORT)
$(SHRPENV) $(LDLIBPTH) $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CLDFLAGS) $(CCDLFLAGS) -o perl perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) $(LLIBPERL) `cat ext.libs` $(libs)
pureperl: $& perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(LIBPERL) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) ext.libs $(PERLEXPORT)
$(SHRPENV) $(LDLIBPTH) purify $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CLDFLAGS) $(CCDLFLAGS) -o pureperl perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) $(LLIBPERL) `cat ext.libs` $(libs)
purecovperl: $& perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(LIBPERL) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) ext.libs $(PERLEXPORT)
$(SHRPENV) $(LDLIBPTH) purecov $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CLDFLAGS) $(CCDLFLAGS) -o purecovperl perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) $(LLIBPERL) `cat ext.libs` $(libs)
quantperl: $& perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(LIBPERL) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) ext.libs $(PERLEXPORT)
$(SHRPENV) $(LDLIBPTH) quantify $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CLDFLAGS) $(CCDLFLAGS) -o quantperl perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) $(LLIBPERL) `cat ext.libs` $(libs)
# This version, if specified in Configure, does ONLY those scripts which need
# set-id emulation. Suidperl must be setuid root. It contains the "taint"
# checks as well as the special code to validate that the script in question
# has been invoked correctly.
suidperl: $& sperl$(OBJ_EXT) perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) $(LIBPERL) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) ext.libs $(PERLEXPORT)
$(SHRPENV) $(LDLIBPTH) $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CLDFLAGS) $(CCDLFLAGS) -o suidperl perlmain$(OBJ_EXT) sperl$(OBJ_EXT) $(DYNALOADER) $(static_ext) $(LLIBPERL) `cat ext.libs` $(libs)
$spitshell >>Makefile <<'!NO!SUBS!'
sperl$(OBJ_EXT): perl.c perly.h patchlevel.h $(h)
$(RMS) sperl.c
$(LNS) perl.c sperl.c
$(CCCMD) -DIAMSUID sperl.c
$(RMS) sperl.c
# We have to call our ./makedir because Ultrix 4.3 make can't handle the line
# test -d lib/auto || mkdir lib/auto
preplibrary: miniperl lib/
@sh ./makedir lib/auto
@echo " AutoSplitting perl library"
$(LDLIBPTH) ./miniperl -Ilib -e 'use AutoSplit; \
autosplit_lib_modules(@ARGV)' lib/*.pm lib/*/*.pm
# Take care to avoid modifying lib/ without reason
# (If trying to create a new port and having problems with the configpm script,
# try 'make minitest' and/or commenting out the tests at the end of configpm.)
lib/ miniperl configpm lib/
$(LDLIBPTH) ./miniperl configpm configpm.tmp
sh mv-if-diff configpm.tmp $@
lib/ExtUtils/ miniperlmain.c miniperl lib/
$(LDLIBPTH) ./miniperl > minimod.tmp
sh mv-if-diff minimod.tmp $@
lib/ ext/re/
rm -f $@
cat ext/re/ > $@
$(plextract): miniperl lib/
$(LDLIBPTH) ./miniperl -Ilib $@.PL
extra.pods: miniperl
-@test -f extra.pods && rm -f `cat extra.pods`
-@rm -f extra.pods
-@for x in `grep -l '^=[a-z]' README.* | grep -v README.vms` ; do \
nx=`echo $$x | sed -e "s/README\.//"`; \
$(LNS) ../$$x "pod/perl"$$nx".pod" ; \
echo "pod/perl"$$nx".pod" >> extra.pods ; \
-@test -f vms/perlvms.pod && $(LNS) ../vms/perlvms.pod pod/perlvms.pod && echo "pod/perlvms.pod" >> extra.pods
$(MAKE) STRIPFLAGS=-s install
install: all install.perl
install.perl: all installperl
if [ -n "$(COMPILE)" ]; \
then \
cd utils; $(MAKE) compile; \
cd ../x2p; $(MAKE) compile; \
cd ../pod; $(MAKE) compile; \
else :; \
$(LDLIBPTH) ./perl installperl $(STRIPFLAGS) all installman
$(LDLIBPTH) ./perl installman
# XXX Experimental. Hardwired values, but useful for testing.
# Eventually Configure could ask for some of these values.
install.html: all installhtml
-@test -f README.vms && $(LNS) ../README.vms vms/README_vms.pod
$(LDLIBPTH) ./perl installhtml \
--podroot=. --podpath=. --recurse \
--htmldir=$(privlib)/html \
--htmlroot=$(privlib)/html \
--splithead=pod/perlipc \
--splititem=pod/perlfunc \
--libpods=perlfunc:perlguts:perlvar:perlrun:perlop \
# I now supply perly.c with the kits, so the following section is
# used only if you force byacc to run by saying
# make run_byacc
# Since we patch up the byacc output, the perly.fixer script needs
# to run with precisely the same version of byacc as I use. You
# normally shouldn't remake perly.[ch].
run_byacc: FORCE
$(BYACC) -d perly.y
-chmod 664 perly.c
sh $(shellflags) ./perly.fixer perly.c
sed -e 's/fprintf *( *stderr *,/PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log,/g' \
-e 's/y\.tab/perly/g' perly.c >perly.tmp && mv perly.tmp perly.c
sed -e '/^extern YYSTYPE yy/D' >yh.tmp && mv yh.tmp
cmp -s perly.h && rm -f || mv perly.h
chmod 664 vms/perly_c.vms vms/perly_h.vms
perl vms/ perly.c perly.h vms/perly_c.vms vms/perly_h.vms
# We don't want to regenerate perly.c and perly.h, but they might
# appear out-of-date after a patch is applied or a new distribution is
# made.
perly.c: perly.y
-@sh -c true
perly.h: perly.y
-@sh -c true
# No compat3.sym here since and including the 5.004_50.
# No interp.sym since 5.005_03.
SYM = global.sym globvar.sym perlio.sym pp.sym
SYMH = perlvars.h intrpvar.h thrdvar.h
CHMOD_W = chmod +w
# The following files are generated automatically
# keywords.h
# opcode.h opnames.h pp_proto.h pp.sym
# [* needs pp.sym generated by! *]
# proto.h embed.h embedvar.h global.sym objXSUB.h
# perlapi.h perlapi.c pod/perlintern.pod
# pod/perlapi.pod
# ext/ByteLoader/byterun.h ext/ByteLoader/byterun.c
# ext/B/B/
# regnodes.h
# warnings.h lib/
# The correct versions should be already supplied with the perl kit,
# in case you don't have perl available.
# To force them to be regenerated, type
# make regen_headers
AUTOGEN_FILES = keywords.h opcode.h opnames.h pp_proto.h pp.sym proto.h \
embed.h embedvar.h global.sym \
pod/perlintern.pod pod/perlapi.pod \
objXSUB.h perlapi.h perlapi.c ext/ByteLoader/byterun.h \
ext/ByteLoader/byterun.c ext/B/B/ regnodes.h \
warnings.h lib/
regen_headers: FORCE
# Extensions:
# Names added to $(dynamic_ext) or $(static_ext) or $(nonxs_ext) will
# automatically get built. There should ordinarily be no need to change
# any of this part of makefile.
# The dummy dependency is a place holder in case $(dynamic_ext) or
# $(static_ext) is empty.
# DynaLoader may be needed for extensions that use Makefile.PL.
$(DYNALOADER): miniperl preplibrary FORCE
@$(LDLIBPTH) sh ext/util/make_ext static $@ MAKE=$(MAKE) LIBPERL_A=$(LIBPERL)
d_dummy $(dynamic_ext): miniperl preplibrary $(DYNALOADER) FORCE
@$(LDLIBPTH) sh ext/util/make_ext dynamic $@ MAKE=$(MAKE) LIBPERL_A=$(LIBPERL)
s_dummy $(static_ext): miniperl preplibrary $(DYNALOADER) FORCE
@$(LDLIBPTH) sh ext/util/make_ext static $@ MAKE=$(MAKE) LIBPERL_A=$(LIBPERL)
n_dummy $(nonxs_ext): miniperl preplibrary $(DYNALOADER) FORCE
@$(LDLIBPTH) sh ext/util/make_ext nonxs $@ MAKE=$(MAKE) LIBPERL_A=$(LIBPERL)
clean: _tidy _mopup
realclean: _cleaner _mopup
@echo "Note that make realclean does not delete or"
clobber: _cleaner _mopup
rm -f cppstdin
distclean: clobber
# Do not 'make _mopup' directly.
rm -f *$(OBJ_EXT) *$(LIB_EXT) all perlmain.c
-@test -f extra.pods && rm -f `cat extra.pods`
-@test -f vms/README_vms.pod && rm -f vms/README_vms.pod
-rm -f perl.exp ext.libs extra.pods
-rm -f perl.export perl.dll perl.libexp perl.def
-rm -f perl.loadmap miniperl.loadmap perl.prelmap miniperl.prelmap
rm -f perl suidperl miniperl $(LIBPERL)
# Do not 'make _tidy' directly.
-cd pod; $(LDLIBPTH) $(MAKE) clean
-cd utils; $(LDLIBPTH) $(MAKE) clean
-cd x2p; $(LDLIBPTH) $(MAKE) clean
-@for x in $(DYNALOADER) $(dynamic_ext) $(static_ext) $(nonxs_ext) ; do \
$(LDLIBPTH) sh ext/util/make_ext clean $$x MAKE=$(MAKE) ; \
rm -f testcompile compilelog
# Do not 'make _cleaner' directly.
-cd os2; rm -f Makefile
-cd pod; $(LDLIBPTH) $(MAKE) realclean
-cd utils; $(LDLIBPTH) $(MAKE) realclean
-cd x2p; $(LDLIBPTH) $(MAKE) realclean
-@for x in $(DYNALOADER) $(dynamic_ext) $(static_ext) $(nonxs_ext) ; do \
$(LDLIBPTH) sh ext/util/make_ext realclean $$x MAKE=$(MAKE) ; \
rm -f *.orig */*.orig *~ */*~ core core.*perl.*.? *perl.core t/core t/core.perl.*.? t/*perl.core t/misctmp* t/tmp* t/c t/perl .?*.c so_locations $(LIBPERL_NONSHR) $(MINIPERL_NONSHR)
rm -rf $(addedbyconf)
rm -f $(private)
rm -rf lib/auto
rm -f lib/.exists lib/*/.exists
rm -f pstruct
rm -rf .config
rm -f testcompile compilelog
-rmdir lib/B lib/Data lib/IO/Socket lib/IO
# The following lint has practically everything turned on. Unfortunately,
# you have to wade through a lot of mumbo jumbo that can't be suppressed.
# If the source file has a /*NOSTRICT*/ somewhere, ignore the lint message
# for that spot.
lint: perly.c $(c)
lint $(lintflags) $(defs) perly.c $(c) > perl.fuzz
# Need to unset during recursion to go out of loop.
# The README below ensures that the dependency list is never empty and
# that when MAKEDEPEND is empty $(FIRSTMAKEFILE) doesn't need rebuilding.
MAKEDEPEND = Makefile makedepend
config.h: config_h.SH
$(SHELL) config_h.SH
# When done, touch perlmain.c so that it doesn't get remade each time.
depend: makedepend
sh ./makedepend MAKE=$(MAKE)
- test -s perlmain.c && touch perlmain.c
cd x2p; $(MAKE) depend
# Cannot postpone this until $firstmakefile is ready ;-)
makedepend: makedepend.SH
sh ./makedepend.SH
# Cannot delegate rebuilding of t/perl to make to allow interlaced
# test and minitest
test-prep: miniperl perl preplibrary utilities $(dynamic_ext) $(nonxs_ext) $(TEST_PERL_DLL)
cd t && (rm -f perl$(EXE_EXT); $(LNS) ../perl$(EXE_EXT) perl$(EXE_EXT))
# Second branch is for testing without a tty or controling terminal.
# See t/op/stat.t
test check: test-prep
if (true </dev/tty) >/dev/null 2>&1; then \
cd t && $(LDLIBPTH) ./perl TEST </dev/tty; \
else \
cd t && PERL_SKIP_TTY_TEST=1 $(LDLIBPTH) ./perl TEST; \
utest ucheck: test-prep
if (true </dev/tty) >/dev/null 2>&1; then \
cd t && $(LDLIBPTH) ./perl UTEST </dev/tty; \
else \
cd t && PERL_SKIP_TTY_TEST=1 $(LDLIBPTH) ./perl UTEST; \
# For testing without a tty or controling terminal. See t/op/stat.t
test-notty: test-prep
# Can't depend on lib/ because that might be where miniperl
# is crashing.
minitest: miniperl lib/
@echo "You may see some irrelevant test failures if you have been unable"
@echo "to build lib/"
- cd t && (rm -f perl$(EXE_EXT); $(LNS) ../miniperl$(EXE_EXT) perl$(EXE_EXT)) \
&& $(LDLIBPTH) ./perl TEST base/*.t comp/*.t cmd/*.t io/*.t op/*.t pragma/*.t </dev/tty
# Handy way to run perlbug -ok without having to install and run the
# installed perlbug. We don't re-run the tests here - we trust the user.
# Please *don't* use this unless all tests pass.
# If you want to report test failures, use "make nok" instead.
ok: utilities
$(LDLIBPTH) ./perl -Ilib utils/perlbug -ok -s '(UNINSTALLED)'
okfile: utilities
$(LDLIBPTH) ./perl -Ilib utils/perlbug -ok -s '(UNINSTALLED)' -F perl.ok
nok: utilities
$(LDLIBPTH) ./perl -Ilib utils/perlbug -nok -s '(UNINSTALLED)'
nokfile: utilities
$(LDLIBPTH) ./perl -Ilib utils/perlbug -nok -s '(UNINSTALLED)' -F perl.nok
clist: $(c)
echo $(c) | tr ' ' $(TRNL) >.clist
hlist: $(h)
echo $(h) | tr ' ' $(TRNL) >.hlist
shlist: $(sh)
echo $(sh) | tr ' ' $(TRNL) >.shlist
pllist: $(pl)
echo $(pl) | tr ' ' $(TRNL) >.pllist
Makefile: Makefile.SH ./
$(SHELL) Makefile.SH
distcheck: FORCE
perl '-MExtUtils::Manifest=&fullcheck' -e 'fullcheck()'
elc: emacs/cperl-mode.elc
emacs/cperl-mode.elc: emacs/cperl-mode.el
-cd emacs; emacs -batch -q -no-site-file -f batch-byte-compile cperl-mode.el
etags: TAGS
TAGS: emacs/cperl-mode.elc
sh emacs/ptags
ctags: tags
# Let's hope make will not go into an infinite loop on case-unsensitive systems
# This may also fail if . is in the head of the path, since perl will
# require -Ilib
tags: TAGS
perl emacs/ TAGS > tags
# If this runs make out of memory, delete /usr/include lines.
$eunicefix Makefile
case `pwd` in
$rm -f ../Makefile
$ln Makefile ../Makefile
$rm -f $firstmakefile
# Now do any special processing required before building.
case "$ebcdic" in
echo "This is an EBCDIC system, checking if any parser files need regenerating." >&4
case "$osname" in
rm -f
# yacc must be a reentrant ("pure") Bison in BS2000 Posix!
yacc -d perly.y >/dev/null 2>&1
if cmp -s perly.c; then
rm -f
echo "perly.y -> perly.c" >&2
mv -f perly.c
chmod u+w perly.c
sed -e '/^#include "perl\.h"/a\
#define yydebug PL_yydebug\
#define yynerrs PL_yynerrs\
#define yyerrflag PL_yyerrflag\
#define yychar PL_yychar\
#define yyval PL_yyval\
#define yylval PL_yylval' \
-e '/YYSTYPE *yyval;/D' \
-e '/YYSTYPE *yylval;/D' \
-e '/int yychar,/,/yynerrs;/D' \
-e 's/int yydebug = 0;/yydebug = 0;/' \
-e 's/[^_]realloc(/PerlMem_realloc(/g' \
-e 's/fprintf *( *stderr *,/PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log,/g' \
-e 's/y\.tab/perly/g' perly.c >perly.tmp && mv perly.tmp perly.c
xxx="$xxx perly.c"
if cmp -s perly.h; then
rm -f
echo "perly.y -> perly.h" >&2
mv -f perly.h
xxx="$xxx perly.h"
if cd x2p
rm -f
case "$osname" in
# we are using two different yaccs in BS2000 Posix!
byacc a2p.y >/dev/null 2>&1
*) # e.g. os390
yacc a2p.y >/dev/null 2>&1
if cmp -s a2p.c
rm -f
echo "a2p.y -> a2p.c" >&2
mv -f a2p.c
chmod u+w a2p.c
sed -e 's/fprintf *( *stderr *,/PerlIO_printf(Perl_debug_log,/g' \
-e 's/y\.tab/a2p/g' a2p.c >a2p.tmp && mv a2p.tmp a2p.c
xxx="$xxx a2p.c"
# In case somebody yacc -d:ed the a2p.y.
if test -f
if cmp -s a2p.h
rm -f
echo "a2p.h -> a2p.h" >&2
mv -f a2p.h
xxx="$xxx a2p.h"
cd ..
# Do nothing in VM/ESA.
echo "'$osname' is an EBCDIC system I don't know that well." >&4
case "$xxx" in
'') echo "No parser files were regenerated. That's okay." >&2 ;;
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