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#  OS/2 specific Makefile for the EMX environment
#  You need GNU Make 3.71, gcc 2.5.7, emx 0.8h and GNU fileutils 3.9
#  or similar tools. C++ interface and de.exe weren't tested.
#  Rename this file "Makefile".

# Primary targets:
# gc.a - builds basic library
# c++ - adds C++ interface to library and include directory
# cords - adds cords (heavyweight strings) to library and include directory
# test - prints porting information, then builds basic version of gc.a, and runs
#        some tests of collector and cords.  Does not add cords or c++ interface to gc.a
# cord/de.exe - builds dumb editor based on cords.
CC= gcc
# Needed only for "make c++", which adds the c++ interface

# Setjmp_test may yield overly optimistic results when compiled
# without optimization.
# -DSILENT disables statistics printing, and improves performance.
# -DCHECKSUMS reports on erroneously clear dirty bits, and unexpectedly
#   altered stubborn objects, at substantial performance cost.
# -DFIND_LEAK causes the collector to assume that all inaccessible
#   objects should have been explicitly deallocated, and reports exceptions
# -DSOLARIS_THREADS enables support for Solaris (thr_) threads.
#   (Clients should also define SOLARIS_THREADS and then include
#   gc.h before performing thr_ or GC_ operations.)
# -DALL_INTERIOR_POINTERS allows all pointers to the interior
#   of objects to be recognized.  (See gc_private.h for consequences.)
# -DSMALL_CONFIG tries to tune the collector for small heap sizes,
#   usually causing it to use less space in such situations.
#   Incremental collection no longer works in this case.
# -DDONT_ADD_BYTE_AT_END is meaningful only with
#   causes all objects to be padded so that pointers just past the end of
#   an object can be recognized.  This can be expensive.  (The padding
#   is normally more than one byte due to alignment constraints.)
#   -DDONT_ADD_BYTE_AT_END disables the padding.

AR= ar
RANLIB= ar s

# Redefining srcdir allows object code for the nonPCR version of the collector
# to be generated in different directories
srcdir = .
VPATH = $(srcdir)

OBJS= alloc.o reclaim.o allchblk.o misc.o mach_dep.o os_dep.o mark_rts.o headers.o mark.o obj_map.o blacklst.o finalize.o new_hblk.o dyn_load.o dbg_mlc.o malloc.o stubborn.o checksums.o typd_mlc.o ptr_chck.o mallocx.o

CORD_OBJS=  cord/cordbscs.o cord/cordxtra.o cord/cordprnt.o

CORD_INCLUDE_FILES= $(srcdir)/gc.h $(srcdir)/cord/cord.h $(srcdir)/cord/ec.h \

# Libraries needed for curses applications.  Only needed for de.
CURSES= -lcurses -ltermlib

# The following is irrelevant on most systems.  But a few
# versions of make otherwise fork the shell specified in
# the SHELL environment variable.
SHELL= bash

# Alternative flags to the C compiler for mach_dep.c.
# Mach_dep.c often doesn't like optimization, and it's
# not time-critical anyway.

all: gc.a gctest.exe

$(OBJS) test.o: $(srcdir)/gc_priv.h $(srcdir)/gc_hdrs.h $(srcdir)/gc.h \
    $(srcdir)/gcconfig.h $(srcdir)/gc_typed.h
# The dependency on Makefile is needed.  Changing
# options such as -DSILENT affects the size of GC_arrays,
# invalidating all .o files that rely on gc_priv.h

mark.o typd_mlc.o finalize.o: $(srcdir)/include/gc_mark.h $(srcdir)/include/private/gc_pmark.h

gc.a: $(OBJS)
	$(AR) ru gc.a $(OBJS)
	$(RANLIB) gc.a

cords: $(CORD_OBJS) cord/cordtest.exe
	$(AR) ru gc.a $(CORD_OBJS)
	$(RANLIB) gc.a
	cp $(srcdir)/cord/cord.h include/cord.h
	cp $(srcdir)/cord/ec.h include/ec.h
	cp $(srcdir)/cord/cord_pos.h include/cord_pos.h

gc_cpp.o: $(srcdir)/gc_cpp.cc $(srcdir)/gc_cpp.h
	$(CXX) -c -O $(srcdir)/gc_cpp.cc
c++: gc_cpp.o $(srcdir)/gc_cpp.h
	$(AR) ru gc.a gc_cpp.o
	$(RANLIB) gc.a
	cp $(srcdir)/gc_cpp.h include/gc_cpp.h 

mach_dep.o: $(srcdir)/mach_dep.c
	$(CC) -o mach_dep.o -c $(SPECIALCFLAGS) $(srcdir)/mach_dep.c

mark_rts.o: $(srcdir)/mark_rts.c
	$(CC) -o mark_rts.o -c $(CFLAGS) $(srcdir)/mark_rts.c

cord/cordbscs.o: $(srcdir)/cord/cordbscs.c $(CORD_INCLUDE_FILES)
	$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $(srcdir)/cord/cordbscs.c -o  cord/cordbscs.o

cord/cordxtra.o: $(srcdir)/cord/cordxtra.c $(CORD_INCLUDE_FILES)
	$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $(srcdir)/cord/cordxtra.c -o  cord/cordxtra.o

cord/cordprnt.o: $(srcdir)/cord/cordprnt.c $(CORD_INCLUDE_FILES)
	$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $(srcdir)/cord/cordprnt.c -o cord/cordprnt.o

cord/cordtest.exe: $(srcdir)/cord/cordtest.c $(CORD_OBJS) gc.a
	$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o cord/cordtest.exe $(srcdir)/cord/cordtest.c $(CORD_OBJS) gc.a

cord/de.exe: $(srcdir)/cord/de.c $(srcdir)/cord/cordbscs.o $(srcdir)/cord/cordxtra.o gc.a
	$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o cord/de.exe $(srcdir)/cord/de.c $(srcdir)/cord/cordbscs.o $(srcdir)/cord/cordxtra.o gc.a $(CURSES)

	rm -f gc.a tests/test.o gctest.exe output-local output-diff $(OBJS) \
	      setjmp_test  mon.out gmon.out a.out core \
	      $(CORD_OBJS) cord/cordtest.exe cord/de.exe
	-rm -f *~

gctest.exe: tests/test.o gc.a
	$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o gctest.exe tests/test.o gc.a

# If an optimized setjmp_test generates a segmentation fault,
# odds are your compiler is broken.  Gctest may still work.
# Try compiling setjmp_t.c unoptimized.
setjmp_test.exe: $(srcdir)/setjmp_t.c $(srcdir)/gc.h
	$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o setjmp_test.exe $(srcdir)/setjmp_t.c

test: setjmp_test.exe gctest.exe
	make cord/cordtest.exe