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# combined Makefile for ELVIS - a clone of `vi`
#
# After editing this Makefile as described below, you should...
#
# Use `make` to compile all programs
# Use `make install` to copy the programs to the BIN directory
# Use `make clean` to remove all object files
# Use `make clobber` to remove everything except source & documentation
# Use `make uue` to produce uuencoded compressed tar archives of the source
# Use `make sh` to produce shar archives of the source
#
# Several groups of Makefile settings are included below. Choose *ONE* group
# of settings for your particular system, and leave the others commented out.
# The meanings of these settings are:
# OBJ filename extension for unlinked object files -- usually .o
# EXE filename extension for elvis executable file -- .exe, .tpp or null
# COM filename extension for executable support files -- .com, .tpp or null
# EXTRA version-specific object files used in elvis
# EXTRA2 version-specific object files used in elvis & elvrec
# LIBS any special libraries, such as "-ltermcap"
# BIN directory where executables should be installed
# CC the C compiler command, possibly with "memory model" flags
# CFLAGS compiler flags used to select compile-time options
# LNK the linker command needed to link OBJ files (if not cc)
# LFLAGS linker flags used to select link-time options
# SMALL flag for special small memory model compilation -- usually null
# LARGE flag for special large memory model compilation -- usually null
# OF link flag to control the output file's name -- usually -o<space>
# RF flag used to denote "compile but don't link" -- usually -c
# PROGS the list of all programs
# CHMEM any extra commands to be run after ELVIS is linked
# SORT if the "tags" file must be sorted, then SORT=-DSORT
# RM the name of a program that deletes files
# CP name of a program that copies files -- copy or cp, usually
# LN name of a program that "links" files -- copy or ln, usually
# SYS type of system & compiler: unx/tos/os9/dos (maybe vms?)
# DUMMY usually nothing, but OS9 needs "dummy"
# CFG name of compiler configuration file -- usually null
#---- These settings are recommended for Linux
#OBJ= .o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS= -ltermcap
#BIN= /usr/bin
#CC= gcc
#CFLAGS= -DNO_SHIFT_FKEYS -O2
#SMALL= -s -N
#LARGE= -s
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM=
#SORT= -DSORT
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#LN= ln -f
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for System-V UNIX and SCO XENIX-386 ----
#---- For AIX, add "-D_POSIX_SOURCE -DAIX -DTERMIOS" to CFLAGS.
#---- For SCO (and maybe others) add "-DNEED_PTEM" to CFLAGS.
#---- For HPUX add "-DTERMIOS" to CFLAGS and set LIBS=-lcurses. [sdw]
#OBJ= .o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS= -ltermcap
#BIN= /usr/local/bin
#CC= cc
#CFLAGS= -DM_SYSV -O -DNO_SHIFT_FKEYS
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM=
#SORT= -DSORT
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#LN= ln
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for SCO XENIX-286 ----
#OBJ= .o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS= -ltcap
#BIN= /usr/local/bin
#CC= cc
#CFLAGS= -Ox -DCS_IBMPC
#SMALL=
#LARGE= -M2m
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM=
#SORT= -DSORT
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#LN= ln
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
###### compilation rule for Xenix-286
#.c.o:
# $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CFLAGS) $(RF) $<
#---- These settings are recommended for BSD 4.3 UNIX and SunOS ----
#---- For BSD386, add "-DTERMIOS" to CFLAGS
#OBJ= .o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS= -ltermcap
#BIN= /usr/local/bin
#CC= cc
#CFLAGS= -Dbsd -O
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM=
#SORT= -DSORT
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#LN= ln
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for Coherent 4.0 ----
#OBJ=.o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ) tinyprnt$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS= -ltermcap
#BIN= /usr/bin
#CC= cc
#CFLAGS= -O -VSUVAR -DNO_S5WINSIZE
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM=
#SORT=
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#LN= ln
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for Coherent 3.x ----
#OBJ=.o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ) tinyprnt$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS= -lterm
#BIN= /usr/bin
#CC= cc
#CFLAGS= -O -DCOHERENT -VSUVAR -DCRUNCH -DNO_CHARATTR -DNO_CURSORSHAPE \
# -DNO_DIGRAPH -DNO_MKEXRC -DNO_POPUP -DNO_FKEYS -DNO_ABBR -DNO_TAGSTACK
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#EVAL= eval
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM= fixstack 2000 elvis$(EXE)
#SORT=
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#LN= ln
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for Minix-ST ----
#OBJ= .o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS=
#BIN= /usr/bin
#CC= cc
##CC= gcc -s
#CFLAGS=
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM= chmem =18000 elvis$(EXE)
#SORT=
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#LN= ln
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for Minix-PC ----
#OBJ= .o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= tinytcap$(OBJ) unix$(OBJ) tinyprnt$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS=
#BIN= /usr/bin
#CC= cc
#CFLAGS= -O -m -w -DCRUNCH \
# -DNO_MKEXRC -DNO_CURSORSHAPE -DNO_CHARATTR -DNO_SHOWMODE \
# -DNO_MODELINE -DNO_OPTCOLS -DNO_DIGRAPH -DNO_EXTENSIONS \
# -DNO_ERRLIST -DNO_FKEY -DNO_VISIBLE -DNO_COLOR -DNO_POPUP \
# -DNO_TAGSTACK
###(not -NO_AT -DNO_SENTENCE -DNO_ABBR -DNO_RECYCLE -DNO_MAGIC -DNO_CHARSEARCH)
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM=
#SORT=
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#LN= ln
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for Amiga port done using Aztec 5.2b ----
# For AmigaDOS 2.04, you're all set! Its the default target!
#OBJ= .o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= amiga$(OBJ) amitty$(OBJ) amisysio$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2= tinytcap$(OBJ)
#LIBS= -lc
#BIN= sys:utilities
#CC= cc
#CFLAGS= -sob -Damiga
#LNK= ln
#LFLAGS=
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o
#RF=
#PROGS1= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM)
#PROGS2= elvprsv$(COM) ex$(COM) vi$(COM) view$(COM) input$(COM)
#PROGS= $(PROGS1) $(PROGS2)
#CHMEM=
#SORT=
#RM= delete
#CP= copy
#LN= copy
#SYS= ami
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for MS-DOS + MS-C + NDMAKE ----
#OBJ= .obj
#EXE= .exe
#COM= .exe # .com might work, try it
#EXTRA= pc$(OBJ) sysdos$(OBJ) tinytcap$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS=
#BIN= c:\dos
#CC= cl
#CFLAGS= -O -DCS_IBMPC -DCS_SPECIAL -DINTERNAL_TAGS
#SMALL= /AC
#LARGE= /AL
#OF= -o
#RF= -c
#PROGS1= elvis$(EXE) ex$(COM) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM)
#PROGS2= wildcard$(COM) fmt$(COM) elvprsv$(COM)
#PROGS= $(PROGS1) $(PROGS2)
#CHMEM= exehdr /stack:0x4000 elvis.exe
#SORT=
#RM= del
#CP= copy
#LN= copy
#SYS= dos
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
###### compilation rule for MS-C
#.c.obj:
# $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CFLAGS) $(RF) $<
##---- These settings are recommended for MS-DOS + TURBO/BORLAND C ----
## CFG: name of the compiler config and response files
## TC_LIB & TC_INC: location of standard libraries and header files.
#OBJ= .obj
#EXE= .exe
#COM= .exe
#EXTRA= pc$(OBJ) sysdos$(OBJ) tinytcap$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS=@borland.rsp
#BIN= c:\bin
#CFG= borland.cfg borland.rsp
#CC= bcc
#TC_LIB= c:\bcc\lib
#TC_INC= c:\bcc\include
#CFLAGS= +borland.cfg
## uncomment next line iff using bcc, and you want to use pre-compiled headers
#HDRS= -H -H=borland.hdr
## uncomment next line to use med memory model for elvis
##CRNCH= -DCRUNCH -mm
#TC_CFLAGS1= -ml -O -f- -w- -v -vi- -G- -DCS_IBMPC -DCS_SPECIAL -DINTERNAL_TAGS
#TC_CFLAGS2= $(HDRS) $(CRNCH) -I$(TC_INC) -L$(TC_LIB)
## extra flags for compiling support programs
#SMALL= -ms -lt -H- -v-
#LARGE=
## extra flags for linking elvis (strip symbols)
#EFLAGS= -v-
#OF= -e
#RF= -c
#PROGS1= elvis$(EXE) ex$(COM) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM)
#PROGS2= wildcard$(COM) fmt$(COM) elvprsv$(COM)
#PROGS= $(PROGS1) $(PROGS2)
#CHMEM=
#SORT=
#RM= del
#CP= copy
#LN= copy
#SYS= dos
#DUMMY=
##source file compilation rule:
#.c.obj:
# $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(RF) {$< }
#---- These settings can make DOS executables using the SCO UNIX compiler
#OBJ= .o
#EXE= .exe
#COM= .exe
#EXTRA= pc$(OBJ) sysdos$(OBJ) tinytcap$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS=
#BIN= a:
#CC= cc -dos -F 4000
#CFLAGS= -DXDOS -O -DCS_IBMPC -DCS_SPECIAL -DINTERNAL_TAGS
#SMALL= -M0s
#LARGE= -M0l
#OF= -o ""
#RF= -c
#PROGS1= elvis$(EXE) ex$(COM) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM)
#PROGS2= wildcard$(COM) fmt$(COM) elvprsv$(COM)
#PROGS= $(PROGS1) $(PROGS2)
#CHMEM=
#SORT=
#RM= rm -f
#CP= doscp -r
#LN= doscp -r
#SYS= xdos
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
###### compilation rule for UNIX->DOS cross compiler
#.c.o:
# $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CFLAGS) -c $<
#--- These settings are recommended for Atari TOS + Mark Williams C or Gnu C ----
#OBJ= .o
#EXE= .ttp
#COM= .ttp
#EXTRA= sysdos$(OBJ) tinytcap$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2= atari$(OBJ)
#LIBS=
#BIN= c:\ #
#CC= cc -VPEEP
##CC= gcc -s
#CFLAGS= -O -DCS_IBMPC -DCS_SPECIAL
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) wildcard$(COM) \
# shell$(COM) fmt$(COM) elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM= @echo -n
#SORT=
#RM= rm -f
#CP= copy
#LN= copy
#SYS= tos
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
#---- These settings are recommended for OS-9/68K V2.3 ----
#OBJ= .r
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= tinyprnt$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2= osk$(OBJ)
#LIBS= -l=/dd/lib/termlib.l
#BIN= /dd/usr/cmds
#CC= cc
#ODIR= /dd/usr/src/elvis
#CFLAGS= -gq -m=2 -DNO_CURSORSHAPE
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -f=$(ODIR)/
#RF= -r
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) vi$(COM) view$(COM) input$(COM) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) \
# elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) elvprsv$(COM)
#PROGS1=
#PROGS2=
#CHMEM= touch elvis$(EXE)
#SORT=
#RM= del *.stb *.dbg
#CP= copy
#LN= copy
#SYS= os9
#DUMMY= dummy
#CFG=
#TC_CFLAGS1=
#TC_CFLAGS2=
#EFLAGS=
#LNK=
#LFLAGS=
##---- These settings probably won't work for VAX/VMS, but they might ----
#OBJ= .obj
#EXE= .exe
#COM= .exe
#EXTRA= tinytcap$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2= vmsio$(OBJ)
#LIBS=
#BIN
#CC= cc
#CFLAGS= /define=NO_CURSORSHAPE /define=INTERNAL_TAGS
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= /exe=
#RF=
#PROGS= elvis.exe elvprsv.exe elvrec.exe ctags.exe ref.exe
#CHMEM=
#SORT=
#RM= del
#CP= copy
#LN= copy
#SYS= vms
#DUMMY=
#CFG= vmsopt.opt
#
##compilation rules
#.exe.c:
# $(CC) $<.c
# link $(OF)$<.exe,vmslink/opt
#.obj.c:
# $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $<.c
##---- These settings pretty much work for OS/2 and emx+gcc 0.8g ----
#OBJ= .obj
#EXE= .exe
#COM= .exe
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ) sysos2$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS= elvis.def -ltermcap
#BIN= /usr/local/bin
## for emx 0.8f and earlier, change -Zmtd to -Zmt
#CC= gcc -Zomf -Zmtd -s -O
#CFLAGS= -DOS2
#SMALL= elvis.def
#LARGE=
#OF= -o
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM) wildcard$(COM) ex$(COM) vi$(COM) view$(COM)
#CHMEM=
#SORT= -DSORT
#RM= del
#CP= copy
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
###### compilation rule for emx
#.SUFFIXES: .c $(OBJ)
#.c$(OBJ):
# $(CC) $(LARGE) $(CFLAGS) $(RF) $<
#---- Settings for QNX 4.2 (Watcom 9.5) ----
#OBJ= .o
#EXE=
#COM=
#EXTRA= unix$(OBJ)
#EXTRA2=
#LIBS= -ltermcap -lunix
#BIN= /usr/bin
#CC+= -ml
#CFLAGS+= -DCS_IBMPC -DCS_SPECIAL -D_POSIX_SOURCE -DTERMIOS -DM_SYSV
#SMALL=
#LARGE=
#OF= -o
#RF= -c
#PROGS= elvis$(EXE) ctags$(COM) ref$(COM) elvrec$(COM) fmt$(COM) \
# elvprsv$(COM)
#CHMEM=
#SORT= -DSORT
#RM= rm -f
#CP= cp
#SYS= unx
#DUMMY=
#CFG=
###########################################################################
###########################################################################
### ###
### The rest of this Makefile contains no user-serviceable parts ###
### ###
###########################################################################
###########################################################################
OBJS1= blk$(OBJ) cmd1$(OBJ) cmd2$(OBJ) ctype$(OBJ) curses$(OBJ) cut$(OBJ)
OBJS2= ex$(OBJ) input$(OBJ) main$(OBJ) misc$(OBJ) modify$(OBJ) move1$(OBJ)
OBJS3= move2$(OBJ) move3$(OBJ) move4$(OBJ) move5$(OBJ) opts$(OBJ) recycle$(OBJ)
OBJS4= redraw$(OBJ) regexp$(OBJ) regsub$(OBJ) system$(OBJ) tio$(OBJ) tmp$(OBJ)
OBJS5= vars$(OBJ) vcmd$(OBJ) vi$(OBJ)
OBJS= $(OBJS1) $(OBJS2) $(OBJS3) $(OBJS4) $(OBJS5)
ALIAS= alias$(OBJ)
###########################################################################
all: $(PROGS)
@echo done.
elvis$(EXE): linkelv.$(SYS)
@echo "elvis linked."
ctags$(COM): $(CFG) ctags.c wildcard.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SMALL) $(SORT) $(OF)ctags$(COM) ctags.c $(EXTRA2)
ref$(COM): $(CFG) ref.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SMALL) $(OF)ref$(COM) ref.c
elvrec$(COM): $(CFG) elvrec.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SMALL) $(OF)elvrec$(COM) elvrec.c $(EXTRA2)
ex$(COM): linkex.$(SYS)
@echo "ex done."
vi$(COM): linkvi.$(SYS)
@echo "vi done."
view$(COM): linkview.$(SYS)
@echo "view done."
input$(COM): linkinput.$(SYS)
@echo "input done."
shell$(COM): $(CFG) shell.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SMALL) $(OF)shell$(COM) shell.c
wildcard$(COM): $(CFG) wildcard.c ctype.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SMALL) $(OF)wildcard$(COM) wildcard.c
fmt$(COM): $(CFG) fmt.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SMALL) $(OF)fmt$(COM) fmt.c $(EXTRA2)
elvprsv$(COM): $(CFG) elvprsv.c amiprsv.c prsvunix.c prsvdos.c wildcard.c ctype.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SMALL) $(OF)elvprsv$(COM) elvprsv.c
##############################################################################
# "It all depends..."
$(OBJS): vi.h curses.h config.h regexp.h ctype.h
##############################################################################
# The way to link elvis is system dependent, and maybe compiler dependent too.
# elvis executable compilation rule for: AmigaDOS
linkelv.ami: $(OBJS) $(EXTRA) $(EXTRA2)
$(LNK) $(LFLAGS) $(OF)elvis$(EXE) $(OBJS) $(EXTRA) $(EXTRA2) $(LIBS)
$(CHMEM)
@touch $@
# elvis executable compilation rule for: all unix, os9, tos, msc dos
linkelv.unx linkelv.tos linkelv.os9 linkelv.cl linkelv.xdos: \
$(OBJS) $(EXTRA) $(EXTRA2)
$(CC) $(LARGE) $(CFLAGS) $(OF)elvis$(EXE) $(OBJS) $(EXTRA) $(EXTRA2) $(LIBS)
$(CHMEM)
@touch $@
linkelv.dos: linkelv.$(CC)
# elvis executable compilation rule for: borland tcc, bcc
linkelv.bcc linkelv.tcc: $(CFG) $(OBJS) $(EXTRA) $(EXTRA2)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(LIBS)
@echo done > linkelv.$(CC)
linkelv.vms: $(OBJS) $(EXTRA) $(EXTRA2)
link$(OF)elvis.exe main,$(CFG)/opt
##############################################################################
# borland/turbo c config files
borland.cfg: $(DUMMY)
echo $(TC_CFLAGS1)> borland.cfg
echo $(TC_CFLAGS2)>> borland.cfg
borland.rsp: $(DUMMY)
echo $(EFLAGS) $(OF)elvis$(EXE) > borland.rsp
echo $(OBJS1)>> borland.rsp
echo $(OBJS2)>> borland.rsp
echo $(OBJS3)>> borland.rsp
echo $(OBJS4)>> borland.rsp
echo $(OBJS5)>> borland.rsp
echo $(EXTRA)>> borland.rsp
##############################################################################
# elvis executable compilation rule for: AmigaDOS
linkex.ami: alias.o
$(LNK) $(LFLAGS) $(OF)ex$(EXE) alias.o $(LIBS)
linkex.unx linkex.tos linkex.xdos linkex.dos linkex.vms: $(CFG) alias.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SMALL) $(OF)ex$(COM) alias.c
linkex.os9: $(DUMMY)
@echo done >/nil
linkvi.ami linkvi.unx linkvi.tos linkvi.xdos linkvi.dos linkvi.vms: ex$(COM)
$(CP) ex$(COM) vi$(COM)
linkvi.os9: alias.r
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(OF)vi$(COM) alias.r
@touch $@
linkview.ami linkview.unx linkview.tos linkview.xdos linkview.dos linkview.vms: ex$(COM)
$(CP) ex$(COM) view$(COM)
linkview.os9: alias.r
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(OF)view$(COM) alias.r
@touch $@
linkinput.ami linkinput.unx linkinput.tos linkinput.xdos linkinput.dos linkinput.vms: ex$(COM)
$(CP) ex$(COM) input$(COM)
linkinput.os9: alias.r
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(OF)input$(COM) alias.r
@touch $@
##############################################################################
# installation is system-dependent
install: $(PROGS) inst.$(SYS)
@echo Installation complete.
inst.ami: $(DUMMY)
MakeDir $(BIN)/Elvis
Assign Elvis: $(BIN)/Elvis
$(CP) $(PROGS) Elvis:
@echo ::: YOU STILL NEED TO EDIT THE S:STARTUP-SEQUENCE FILE,
@echo ::: TO HAVE TEMP FILES PRESERVED AFTER A SYSTEM CRASH.
inst.unx: $(DUMMY)
$(CP) $(PROGS) $(BIN)
(cd $(BIN); chmod 755 $(PROGS))
(cd $(BIN); chown bin $(PROGS))
(cd $(BIN); chown root elvprsv$(COM) elvrec$(COM))
(cd $(BIN); chmod 4755 elvprsv$(COM) elvrec$(COM))
-$(LN) $(BIN)/elvis $(BIN)/vi
-$(LN) $(BIN)/elvis $(BIN)/ex
-$(LN) $(BIN)/elvis $(BIN)/view
-$(LN) $(BIN)/elvis $(BIN)/input
test -d /usr/preserve || (mkdir /usr/preserve; chmod 755 /usr/preserve)
@if test -d /etc/rc2.d; then \
echo $(BIN)/elvprsv /tmp/elv* >/etc/rc2.d/S03elvis; \
else \
echo "::: YOU STILL NEED TO EDIT THE /ETC/RC FILE, OR WHATEVER,"; \
echo "::: TO HAVE TEMP FILES BE PRESERVED AFTER A SYSTEM CRASH."; \
fi
sh instman.sh $(PROGS)
inst.dos: $(DUMMY)
for %a in ($(PROGS1)) do copy %a $(BIN)
for %a in ($(PROGS2)) do copy %a $(BIN)
$(CP) $(BIN)\ex$(COM) $(BIN)\vi$(COM)
$(CP) $(BIN)\ex$(COM) $(BIN)\view$(COM)
$(CP) $(BIN)\ex$(COM) $(BIN)\input$(COM)
-mkdir c:\preserve
-mkdir c:\tmp
@echo ::: YOU STILL NEED TO EDIT YOUR AUTOEXEC.BAT FILE TO
@echo ::: HAVE TEMP FILES BE PRESERVED AFTER A SYSTEM CRASH.
inst.xdos: $(DUMMY)
$(CP) $(PROGS) $(BIN)
$(CP) ex$(COM) $(BIN)/vi$(COM)
$(CP) ex$(COM) $(BIN)/view$(COM)
$(CP) ex$(COM) $(BIN)/input$(COM)
@echo ::: YOU WILL NEED TO EDIT THE AUTOEXEC.BAT FILE TO
@echo ::: HAVE TEMP FILES BE PRESERVED AFTER A SYSTEM CRASH.
inst.tos: $(DUMMY)
$(CP) $(PROGS) $(BIN)
inst.os9: $(DUMMY)
$(CP) $(PROGS) -rw=$(BIN)
chd $(BIN); attr -epenprnpw $(PROGS)
@echo ::: YOU STILL NEED TO EDIT THE /DD/STARTUP FILE, OR WHATEVER,
@echo ::: TO HAVE TEMP FILES BE PRESERVED AFTER A SYSTEM CRASH.
inst.vms: $(DUMMY)
@echo how?
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# clobbering is system dependent, because DOS's "copy" can't handle multiple
# filenames
clobber: clean clob.$(SYS)
@echo -n
clean: $(DUMMY)
$(RM) *$(OBJ)
$(RM) elvis?.uue
$(RM) elvis?.sh
$(RM) core
$(RM) linkelv.$(SYS)
clob.unx clob.tos clob.os9 clob.xdos clob.vms: $(DUMMY)
$(RM) tags refs $(PROGS)
clob.dos : $(DUMMY)
for %a in ($(PROGS1)) do $(RM) %a
for %a in ($(PROGS2)) do $(RM) %a
for %a in (tags refs) do $(RM) %a
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