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# Makefile for the Netwide Assembler under Win32
#
# The Netwide Assembler is copyright (C) 1996 Simon Tatham and
# Julian Hall. All rights reserved. The software is
# redistributable under the licence given in the file "Licence"
# distributed in the NASM archive.
#
# This Makefile is designed to build NASM as a Win32 command-
# line executable. It's been tested with Visual C++ 1.10.

CC = cl /c /Ox /GF /I.
QCL = cl /c
LINK = cl
LINKFLAGS =
LIBRARIES =
EXE = .exe#
OBJ = obj#
SUFFIX = w#  # by default, this makefile produces nasmw.exe and ndisasmw.exe

.c.$(OBJ):
	$(CC) $*.c

NASMOBJS = nasm.$(OBJ) nasmlib.$(OBJ) float.$(OBJ) insnsa.$(OBJ) \
           assemble.$(OBJ) labels.$(OBJ) parser.$(OBJ) outform.$(OBJ) \
	   output/outbin.$(OBJ) output/outaout.$(OBJ) output/outcoff.$(OBJ) output/outelf.$(OBJ) \
	   output/outobj.$(OBJ) output/outas86.$(OBJ) output/outrdf.$(OBJ) output/outdbg.$(OBJ) \
	   preproc.$(OBJ) listing.$(OBJ) eval.$(OBJ) output/outrdf2.$(OBJ) \
	   output/outieee.$(OBJ)

NDISASMOBJS = ndisasm.$(OBJ) disasm.$(OBJ) sync.$(OBJ) nasmlib.$(OBJ) \
              insnsd.$(OBJ)

all : nasm$(SUFFIX)$(EXE) ndisasm$(SUFFIX)$(EXE)

# We have to have a horrible kludge here to get round the 128 character
# limit, as usual...
LINKOBJS = a*.obj e*.obj f*.obj insnsa.obj l*.obj na*.obj o*.obj p*.obj z*.obj
nasm$(SUFFIX)$(EXE): $(NASMOBJS)
	cl /Fenasm$(SUFFIX).exe $(LINKOBJS)

ndisasm$(SUFFIX)$(EXE): $(NDISASMOBJS)
	cl /Fendisasm$(SUFFIX).exe $(NDISASMOBJS)

# Another grotty hack: QC is less likely to run out of memory than
# CL proper; and we don't need any optimisation in these modules
# since they're just data.
insnsa.$(OBJ): insnsa.c nasm.h version.h insnsi.h insns.h
	$(QCL) insnsa.c
insnsd.$(OBJ): insnsd.c nasm.h version.h insnsi.h insns.h
	$(QCL) insnsd.c

# These source files are automagically generated from a single
# instruction-table file by a Perl script. They're distributed,
# though, so it isn't necessary to have Perl just to recompile NASM
# from the distribution.

insnsa.c: insns.dat insns.pl
	perl insns.pl -a insns.dat
insnsd.c: insns.dat insns.pl
	perl insns.pl -d insns.dat
insnsi.h: insns.dat insns.pl
	perl insns.pl -i insns.dat
insnsn.c: insns.dat insns.pl
	perl insns.pl -n insns.dat

# These files contains all the standard macros that are derived from
# the version number.
version.h: version version.pl
	perl version.pl h < version > version.h

version.mac: version version.pl
	perl version.pl mac < version > version.mac

# This source file is generated from the standard macros file
# `standard.mac' by another Perl script. Again, it's part of the
# standard distribution.

macros.c: macros.pl standard.mac version.mac
	perl macros.pl standard.mac version.mac

# These source files are generated from regs.dat by yet another
# perl script.
regs.c: regs.dat regs.pl
	perl regs.pl c regs.dat > regs.c
regflags.c: regs.dat regs.pl
	perl regs.pl fc regs.dat > regflags.c
regdis.c: regs.dat regs.pl
	perl regs.pl dc regs.dat > regdis.c
regvals.c: regs.dat regs.pl
	perl regs.pl vc regs.dat > regvals.c
regs.h: regs.dat regs.pl
	perl regs.pl h regs.dat > regs.h

clean :
	del *.obj
	del nasm$(SUFFIX)$(EXE)
	del ndisasm$(SUFFIX)$(EXE)

#-- Magic hints to mkdep.pl --#
# @object-ending: ".$(OBJ)"
# @path-separator: "/"
#-- Everything below is generated by mkdep.pl - do not edit --#
assemble.$(OBJ): assemble.c preproc.h insns.h regs.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h regvals.c insnsi.h assemble.h
disasm.$(OBJ): disasm.c insns.h sync.h regdis.c regs.h regs.c version.h \
 nasm.h insnsn.c names.c insnsi.h disasm.h
eval.$(OBJ): eval.c labels.h eval.h regs.h version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h
float.$(OBJ): float.c regs.h version.h nasm.h
insnsa.$(OBJ): insnsa.c insns.h regs.h version.h nasm.h insnsi.h
insnsd.$(OBJ): insnsd.c insns.h regs.h version.h nasm.h insnsi.h
insnsn.$(OBJ): insnsn.c
labels.$(OBJ): labels.c regs.h version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h
listing.$(OBJ): listing.c regs.h version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h listing.h
macros.$(OBJ): macros.c
names.$(OBJ): names.c regs.c insnsn.c
nasm.$(OBJ): nasm.c labels.h preproc.h insns.h parser.h eval.h regs.h \
 outform.h version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h assemble.h insnsi.h listing.h
nasmlib.$(OBJ): nasmlib.c insns.h regs.h regs.c version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h \
 insnsn.c names.c insnsi.h
ndisasm.$(OBJ): ndisasm.c insns.h sync.h regs.h version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h \
 insnsi.h disasm.h
outform.$(OBJ): outform.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasm.h
output/outaout.$(OBJ): output/outaout.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h
output/outas86.$(OBJ): output/outas86.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h
output/outbin.$(OBJ): output/outbin.c labels.h eval.h regs.h outform.h \
 version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h
output/outcoff.$(OBJ): output/outcoff.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h
output/outdbg.$(OBJ): output/outdbg.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h
output/outelf.$(OBJ): output/outelf.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h
output/outieee.$(OBJ): output/outieee.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h
output/outobj.$(OBJ): output/outobj.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h
output/outrdf.$(OBJ): output/outrdf.c regs.h outform.h version.h nasmlib.h \
 nasm.h
output/outrdf2.$(OBJ): output/outrdf2.c rdoff/rdoff.h regs.h outform.h \
 version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h
parser.$(OBJ): parser.c insns.h parser.h float.h regs.h regflags.c version.h \
 nasmlib.h nasm.h insnsi.h
preproc.$(OBJ): preproc.c macros.c regs.h version.h nasmlib.h nasm.h
regdis.$(OBJ): regdis.c
regflags.$(OBJ): regflags.c
regs.$(OBJ): regs.c
regvals.$(OBJ): regvals.c
sync.$(OBJ): sync.c sync.h