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CVSUSER = srinathava
SSHCMD = ssh1
DIR1 = $(PWD)
# The main target. This creates a latex suite archive (zip and tar.gz
# format) ensuring that all the files in the archive are in unix format so
# unix people can use it too...
latexs:
# plugins:
zip -q latexSuite.zip plugin/imaps.vim
zip -q latexSuite.zip plugin/SyntaxFolds.vim
zip -q latexSuite.zip plugin/libList.vim
zip -q latexSuite.zip plugin/remoteOpen.vim
zip -q latexSuite.zip plugin/filebrowser.vim
# ftplugins
zip -q latexSuite.zip ftplugin/tex_latexSuite.vim
zip -q latexSuite.zip ftplugin/bib_latexSuite.vim
zip -q latexSuite.zip ftplugin/tex/*.vim
# files in the latex-suite directory. Skip the CVS files.
zip -q -R latexSuite.zip `find ftplugin/latex-suite -name '*' | grep -v .svn`
# documentation
zip -q latexSuite.zip doc/latex*.txt
zip -q latexSuite.zip doc/imaps*.txt
# indentation
zip -q latexSuite.zip indent/tex.vim
# compiler
zip -q latexSuite.zip compiler/tex.vim
# external tools
zip -q latexSuite.zip ltags
# Now to make a tar.gz file from the .zip file.
rm -rf $(TMP)/latexSuite0793
mkdir -p $(TMP)/latexSuite0793
cp latexSuite.zip $(TMP)/latexSuite0793/
( \
cd $(TMP)/latexSuite0793/ ; \
unzip -q -o latexSuite.zip ; \
\rm latexSuite.zip ; \
tar czf latexSuite.tar.gz * ; \
\mv latexSuite.tar.gz $(DIR1)/ ; \
)
mv latexSuite.zip latexSuite`date +%Y%m%d`.zip ; \
mv latexSuite.tar.gz latexSuite`date +%Y%m%d`.tar.gz ; \
# target for removing archive files.
clean:
rm -f latexSuite200*
# make a local install directory.
ltt:
rm -rf /tmp/ltt/vimfiles/ftplugin
cp -f latexSuite.zip /tmp/ltt/vimfiles/
cd /tmp/ltt/vimfiles; unzip latexSuite.zip
# This target is related to a script I have on my sf.net account. That
# script looks like:
#
# #!/bin/bash
# cd ~/testing/vimfiles; \
# cvs -q update; \
# make clean; \
# make; \
# cp latexsuite.* ~/htdocs/download/
#
# Doing a release via sf.net has a couple of advantages:
# - I do not have to bother with CRLF pain anymore because the copy on
# sf.net will always have unix style EOLs.
# - The process is much faster because I only need to communicate a command
# from my computer to sf.net. The rest is done locally on the sf.net
# server.
release:
$(SSHCMD) $(CVSUSER)@vim-latex.sf.net /home/groups/v/vi/vim-latex/bin/upload
updoc:
$(SSHCMD) $(CVSUSER)@vim-latex.sf.net /home/groups/v/vi/vim-latex/bin/updoc
# This is another target akin to the release: target. This target updates
# the htdocs directory of the latex-suite project to the latest CVS
# version.
# This is again related to the uphtdocs script on my sf.net account which
# looks like:
# #!/bin/sh
#
# # update the htdocs directory
# cd /home/groups/v/vi/vim-latex/htdocs; cvs -q update
# # update the packages directory
# cd /home/groups/v/vi/vim-latex/htdocs/packages; cvs -q update
uphtdocs:
$(SSHCMD) $(CVSUSER)@vim-latex.sf.net /home/groups/v/vi/vim-latex/bin/uphtdocs
# Automatically generate the Changelog file using the cvs2cl utility
#
# Arguments:
# -S add a seperating line between filename and log
# --no-wrap Do not attempt to format the Changelog comments
# -f file to write the Changelog to.
changelog:
cvs2cl -S --no-wrap -f ftplugin/latex-suite/ChangeLog
# rsync is like cp (copy) on steroids. Here are some useful options:
# -C auto ignore like CVS
# -r recurse into directories
# -t preserve times
# -u update (do not overwrite newer files)
# -W whole files, no incremental checks (default for local usage)
# --existing only update files that already exist
# --exclude exclude files matching the pattern
# -n dry run (for testing)
# Usage: after "cvs update", do
# make install [VIMFILES=path/to/vimfiles]
# Before "cvs commit", do
# make stallin [VIMFILES=path/to/vimfiles]
# If you have made changes in both directories, and want to keep the most
# recent versions, do
# make sync [VIMFILES=path/to/vimfiles]
# Note: defining VIMFILES when you invoke make overrides the value below.
# Warning: install and stallin do not check modification times!
VIMFILES=${HOME}/.vim
EXCLUDE="--exclude='*~' --exclude='*.swp' --exclude='makefile'"
install:
rsync -CrtW ${EXCLUDE} . ${VIMFILES}
# stallin = reverse install
# If you can think of a better name for this target, be my guest!
stallin:
rsync -CrtW --existing ${VIMFILES}/ .
sync:
rsync -CrtuW ${EXCLUDE} . ${VIMFILES}
rsync -CrtuW --existing ${VIMFILES}/ .