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#
# config.make.in
#
# The settings required by the makefile package that are determined
# by configure and that depend on the platform. There might be
# multiple of those files installed in different platform-specific
# directories. Global settings that are common to all platforms
# should go in config-noarch.make.in instead.
#
# Copyright (C) 1997-2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# Author: Scott Christley <scottc@net-community.com>
# Author: Ovidiu Predescu <ovidiu@net-community.com>
# Author: Nicola Pero <n.pero@mi.flashnet.it>
#
# This file is part of the GNUstep Makefile Package.
#
# This library 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
# of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public
# License along with this library; see the file COPYING.
# If not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
MAKE_WITH_INFO_FUNCTION = @MAKE_WITH_INFO_FUNCTION@
#
# Binary and compile tools
#
# Ignore the default CC=cc used by GNU make when nothing is specified;
# in that case, we want to use our own default CC.
ifeq ($(origin CC), default)
CC = @CC@
endif
# If CC is already set but not from the GNU make default (ie, in the
# environment), don't override it but use the provided compiler. This
# makes it easier to swap C/ObjC compilers on the fly.
ifeq ($(CC),)
CC = @CC@
endif
# Ignore the default CXX=g++ used by GNU make when nothing is specified;
# in that case, we want to use our own default CXX.
ifeq ($(origin CC), default)
CXX = @CXX@
endif
# If CXX is already set but not from the GNU make default (ie, in the
# environment), don't override it but use the provided compiler. This
# makes it easier to swap C++/ObjC++ compilers on the fly.
ifeq ($(CXX),)
CXX = @CXX@
endif
# TODO: Because of the following, OPTFLAG usually ends up being '-g
# -O2'. The '-g' is fairly harmless as you can always use strip=yes
# which will strip the object files upon installation; still, it's not
# very elegant since -g is already added elsewhere for debug=yes, and
# it ends up appearing twice in the gcc command-line.
OPTFLAG = @CFLAGS@
OBJCFLAGS= @OBJCFLAGS@
OBJC_LIB_FLAG = @OBJC_LIB_FLAG@
CPPFLAGS = @CPPFLAGS@
CPP = @CPP@
CCFLAGS = @CXXFLAGS@
# If the 'debug' variable is not specified on the command-line or in
# the environment, we set it to the GNUSTEP_DEFAULT_DEBUG value. This
# is normally 'no,', but can be changed to 'yes' when gnustep-make is
# configured.
GNUSTEP_DEFAULT_DEBUG = @GNUSTEP_DEFAULT_DEBUG@
ifeq ($(OBJC_RUNTIME_LIB), gnugc)
ifeq ($(OBJC_LIB_FLAG),)
OBJC_LIB_FLAG = -lobjc_gc
endif
else
ifeq ($(OBJC_LIB_FLAG),)
OBJC_LIB_FLAG = -lobjc
endif
endif
EXEEXT = @EXEEXT@
OEXT = .@OBJEXT@
LIBEXT = .a
LN_S = @LN_S@
# This is the best we can do given the current autoconf, which only
# returns LN_S
ifeq ($(LN_S), ln -s)
HAS_LN_S = yes
else
HAS_LN_S = no
endif
# Special case - on mingw32, autoconf sets LN_S to 'ln -s', but then
# that does a recursive copy (ie, cp -r).
ifeq (@target_os@,mingw32)
HAS_LN_S = no
endif
# This is used to remove an existing symlink before creating a new
# one. We don't trust 'ln -s -f' as it's unportable so we remove
# manually the existing symlink (if any) before creating a new one.
# If symlinks are supported on the platform, RM_LN_S is just 'rm -f';
# if they are not, we assume they are copies (like cp -r) and we go
# heavy-handed with 'rm -Rf'. Note - this code might need rechecking
# for the case where LN_S = 'ln', if that ever happens on some
# platforms (it shouldn't cause any problems, but checking is good).
ifeq ($(HAS_LN_S), yes)
RM_LN_S = rm -f
LN_S_RECURSIVE = $(LN_S)
FRAMEWORK_VERSION_SUPPORT = yes
else
RM_LN_S = rm -Rf
# When symlinks are not available, using LN_S (which is set to 'cp -p')
# doesn't work on directories. So every time you want to do the
# equivalent of 'ln -s' on directories, you need to use
# LN_S_RECURSIVE instead of LN_S.
LN_S_RECURSIVE = cp -pR
FRAMEWORK_VERSION_SUPPORT = no
endif
LD = $(CC)
LDOUT =
LDFLAGS = @LDFLAGS@
AR = @AR@
AROUT =
ARFLAGS = rc
RANLIB = @RANLIB@
DLLTOOL = @DLLTOOL@
# NB: These variables are defined here only so that they can be
# overridden on the command line (so you can type 'AWK=mawk make' to
# use a different awk for that particular run of make). We should
# *NOT* set them to the full path of these tools at configure time,
# because otherwise when you change/update the tools you would need to
# reconfigure and reinstall gnustep-make! We can normally assume that
# typing 'awk' and 'sed' on the command line cause the preferred awk
# and sed programs on the system to be used. Hardcoding the full path
# (or the name) of the specific awk or sed program on this sytem here
# would make it lot more inflexible. In other words, the following
# definitions should remain like in 'AWK = awk' on all systems.
AWK = awk
SED = sed
YACC = yacc
BISON = bison
FLEX = flex
LEX = lex
CHOWN = chown
STRIP = strip
INSTALL = @HOST_INSTALL@
INSTALL_PROGRAM = @INSTALL_PROGRAM@
INSTALL_DATA = @INSTALL_DATA@
TAR = @TAR@
MKDIRS = $(GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES)/mkinstalldirs
LATEX2HTML = @LATEX2HTML@
# Darwin specific flags
CC_CPPPRECOMP = @cc_cppprecomp@
CC_BUNDLE = @cc_bundle@
CC_GNURUNTIME = @cc_gnuruntime@
# Backend bundle
BACKEND_BUNDLE=@BACKEND_BUNDLE@
#
# Do threading stuff.
#
# Warning - the base library's configure.in will extract the thread
# flags from the following line using grep/sed - so if you change the
# following lines you *need* to update the base library configure.in
# too.
#
ifndef objc_threaded
objc_threaded:=@objc_threaded@
endif
# Any user specified libs
CONFIG_SYSTEM_INCL=@INCLUDES@
CONFIG_SYSTEM_LIBS = @LIBS@
CONFIG_SYSTEM_LIB_DIR = @LIB_DIR@
#
# Whether the GCC compiler on solaris supports the -shared flag for
# linking libraries.
#
SOLARIS_SHARED = @SOLARIS_SHARED@
#
# Whether the C/ObjC/C++ compiler supports auto-dependencies
# (generating dependencies of the object files from the include files
# used to compile them) via -MMD -MP flags
#
AUTO_DEPENDENCIES = @AUTO_DEPENDENCIES@
#
# Whether the ObjC compiler supports native ObjC exceptions via
# @try/@catch/@finally/@throw.
#
USE_OBJC_EXCEPTIONS = @USE_OBJC_EXCEPTIONS@
#
# Whether the ObjC compiler supports -fobjc-nonfragile-abi
#
USE_NONFRAGILE_ABI = @USE_NONFRAGILE_ABI@
#
# Whether we are using the ObjC garbage cllection library.
#
OBJC_WITH_GC = @OBJC_WITH_GC@
#
# Whether the compiler is GCC with precompiled header support
#
GCC_WITH_PRECOMPILED_HEADERS = @GCC_WITH_PRECOMPILED_HEADERS@
#
# Whether the install_name for dynamic libraries on darwin should
# be an absolute path.
#
GNUSTEP_ABSOLUTE_INSTALL_PATHS = @GNUSTEP_ABSOLUTE_INSTALL_PATHS@
#
# Whether to use -r or -Wl,-r when doing partial linking
#
OBJ_MERGE_CMD_FLAG = @OBJ_MERGE_CMD_FLAG@
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