Commit 76ca167b authored by David Turner's avatar David Turner
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major revamp of the build system

parent a3dca278
LATEST CHANGES
- revamped the build system to make it a lot more generic. This will
allow us to re-use nearly un-modified in lots of other projects
(including FreeType Layout)
- changed "cid" to use "psaux" too..
- added the cache sub-system. See <freetype/ftcache.h> as well as the
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#
# Copyright 1996-2000 by
# David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg.
# Project names
#
# This file is part of the FreeType project, and may only be used, modified,
# and distributed under the terms of the FreeType project license,
# LICENSE.TXT. By continuing to use, modify, or distribute this file you
# indicate that you have read the license and understand and accept it
# fully.
PROJECT := freetype
PROJECT_TITLE := FreeType
USE_MODULES := 1
# This file is designed for GNU Make, do not use it with another Make tool!
#
# It works as follows:
#
# - When invoked for the first time, this Makefile will include the rules
# found in `freetype/builds/detect.mk'. They are in charge of detecting
# the current platform.
#
# A summary of the detection will be displayed, and the file `config.mk'
# will be created in the current directory.
#
# - When invoked later, this Makefile will include the rules found in
# `config.mk'. This sub-Makefile will define some system-specific
# variables (like compiler, compilation flags, object suffix, etc.), then
# include the rules found in `freetype/builds/freetype.mk', used to build
# the library.
#
# See the comments in `config/detect.mk' and `config/freetype.mk' for more
# details on host platform detection and library builds.
.PHONY: setup
# The variable TOP holds the path to the topmost directory in the FreeType
# The variable TOP holds the path to the topmost directory in the project
# engine source hierarchy. If it is not defined, default it to `.'.
#
ifndef TOP
TOP := .
endif
CONFIG_MK := config.mk
# If no configuration sub-makefile is present, or if `setup' is the target
# to be built, run the auto-detection rules to figure out which
# configuration rules file to use.
#
# Note that the configuration file is put in the current directory, which is
# not necessarily $(TOP).
# If `config.mk' is not present, set `check_platform'.
#
ifeq ($(wildcard $(CONFIG_MK)),)
check_platform := 1
endif
# If `setup' is one of the targets requested, set `check_platform'.
#
ifneq ($(findstring setup,$(MAKECMDGOALS)),)
check_platform := 1
endif
# Include the automatic host platform detection rules when we need to
# check the platform.
#
ifdef check_platform
all: setup
# If the module list $(FT_MODULE_LIST) file is not present, generate it.
#
modules: make_module_list setup
include $(TOP)/builds/detect.mk
include $(TOP)/builds/modules.mk
ifeq ($(wildcard $(FT_MODULE_LIST)),)
setup: make_module_list
endif
# This rule makes sense for Unix only to remove files created by a run
# of the configure script which hasn't been successful (so that no
# `config.mk' has been created). It uses the built-in $(RM) command of
# GNU make.
#
distclean:
$(RM) builds/unix/config.cache
$(RM) builds/unix/config.log
$(RM) builds/unix/config.status
# IMPORTANT:
#
# `setup' must be defined by the host platform detection rules to create
# the `config.mk' file in the current directory.
else
# A configuration sub-Makefile is present -- simply run it.
#
all: single
modules: make_module_list
BUILD_FREETYPE := yes
include $(CONFIG_MK)
endif # test check_platform
include $(TOP)/builds/toplevel.mk
# EOF
#
# configuration rules for a `normal' ANSI system
#
ifndef TOP
TOP := .
endif
DELETE := rm -f
SEP := /
HOSTSEP := $(SEP)
BUILD := $(TOP)/builds/ansi
PLATFORM := ansi
# The directory where all object files are placed.
#
# This lets you build the library in your own directory with something like
#
# set TOP=.../path/to/freetype2/top/dir...
# set OBJ_DIR=.../path/to/obj/dir
# make -f $TOP/Makefile setup [options]
# make -f $TOP/Makefile
#
ifndef OBJ_DIR
OBJ_DIR := $(TOP)$(SEP)obj
endif
# The directory where all library files are placed.
#
# By default, this is the same as $(OBJ_DIR), however, this can be changed
# to suit particular needs.
#
LIB_DIR := $(OBJ_DIR)
# The name of the final library file. Note that the DOS-specific Makefile
# uses a shorter (8.3) name.
#
LIBRARY := lib$(PROJECT)
# Path inclusion flag. Some compilers use a different flag than `-I' to
# specify an additional include path. Examples are `/i=' or `-J'.
#
I := -I
# C flag used to define a macro before the compilation of a given source
# object. Usually is `-D' like in `-DDEBUG'.
#
D := -D
# The link flag used to specify a given library file on link. Note that
# this is only used to compile the demo programs, not the library itself.
#
L := -l
# Target flag.
#
T := -o # Don't remove this comment line! We need the space after `-o'.
# C flags
#
# These should concern: debug output, optimization & warnings.
#
# Use the ANSIFLAGS variable to define the compiler flags used to enfore
# ANSI compliance.
#
ifndef CFLAGS
CFLAGS := -c
endif
# ANSIFLAGS: Put there the flags used to make your compiler ANSI-compliant.
#
ANSIFLAGS :=
ifdef BUILD_PROJECT
# Now include the main sub-makefile. It contains all the rules used to
# build the library with the previous variables defined.
#
include $(TOP)/builds/$(PROJECT).mk
# The cleanup targets.
#
clean_project: clean_project_std
distclean_project: distclean_project_std
# This final rule is used to link all object files into a single library.
# It is part of the system-specific sub-Makefile because not all
# librarians accept a simple syntax like
#
# librarian library_file {list of object files}
#
$(PROJECT_LIBRARY): $(OBJECTS_LIST)
-$(CLEAN_LIBRARY) $(NO_OUTPUT)
$(LINK_LIBRARY)
endif
# EOF
#
# FreeType 2 configuration rules for a `normal' ANSI compiler
# FreeType 2 configuration rules for a `normal' pseudo ANSI compiler/system
#
# Copyright 1996-2000 by
# David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg.
#
# This file is part of the FreeType project, and may only be used, modified,
# and distributed under the terms of the FreeType project license,
# LICENSE.TXT. By continuing to use, modify, or distribute this file you
# indicate that you have read the license and understand and accept it
# fully.
ifndef TOP
TOP := .
endif
DELETE := rm -f
SEP := /
HOSTSEP := $(SEP)
BUILD := $(TOP)/builds/ansi
PLATFORM := ansi
# The directory where all object files are placed.
#
# This lets you build the library in your own directory with something like
#
# set TOP=.../path/to/freetype2/top/dir...
# set OBJ_DIR=.../path/to/obj/dir
# make -f $TOP/Makefile setup [options]
# make -f $TOP/Makefile
#
ifndef OBJ_DIR
OBJ_DIR := $(TOP)$(SEP)obj
endif
# The directory where all library files are placed.
#
# By default, this is the same as $(OBJ_DIR), however, this can be changed
# to suit particular needs.
#
LIB_DIR := $(OBJ_DIR)
# The object file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can be
# .o, .tco, .obj, etc., depending on the platform.
#
O := o
SO := o
# The library file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can
# be .a, .lib, etc., depending on the platform.
#
A := a
SA := a
# The name of the final library file. Note that the DOS-specific Makefile
# uses a shorter (8.3) name.
#
LIBRARY := libfreetype
# Path inclusion flag. Some compilers use a different flag than `-I' to
# specify an additional include path. Examples are `/i=' or `-J'.
#
I := -I
# C flag used to define a macro before the compilation of a given source
# object. Usually is `-D' like in `-DDEBUG'.
#
D := -D
# The link flag used to specify a given library file on link. Note that
# this is only used to compile the demo programs, not the library itself.
#
L := -l
# Target flag.
#
T := -o # Don't remove this comment line! We need the space after `-o'.
# C flags
#
# These should concern: debug output, optimization & warnings.
#
# Use the ANSIFLAGS variable to define the compiler flags used to enfore
# ANSI compliance.
#
ifndef CFLAGS
CFLAGS := -c
endif
# ANSIFLAGS: Put there the flags used to make your compiler ANSI-compliant.
#
ANSIFLAGS :=
ifdef BUILD_FREETYPE
# Now include the main sub-makefile. It contains all the rules used to
# build the library with the previous variables defined.
#
include $(TOP)/builds/freetype.mk
# The cleanup targets.
#
clean_freetype: clean_freetype_std
distclean_freetype: distclean_freetype_std
# Librarian to use to build the static library
#
FT_LIBRARIAN := $(AR) -r
# This final rule is used to link all object files into a single library.
# It is part of the system-specific sub-Makefile because not all
# librarians accept a simple syntax like
#
# librarian library_file {list of object files}
#
$(FT_LIBRARY): $(OBJECTS_LIST)
-$(DELETE) $@
$(FT_LIBRARIAN) $@ $(OBJECTS_LIST)
endif
include $(TOP)/builds/ansi/ansi-def.mk
include $(TOP)/builds/compiler/ansi-cc.mk
# EOF
# Copyright 2000 David Turner
#
# generic pseudo ANSI compiler
#
# Compiler command line name
CC := cc
# The object file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can be
# .o, .tco, .obj, etc., depending on the platform.
#
O := o
SO := o
# The library file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can
# be .a, .lib, etc., depending on the platform.
#
A := a
SA := a
# Path inclusion flag. Some compilers use a different flag than `-I' to
# specify an additional include path. Examples are `/i=' or `-J'.
#
I := -I
# C flag used to define a macro before the compilation of a given source
# object. Usually is `-D' like in `-DDEBUG'.
#
D := -D
# The link flag used to specify a given library file on link. Note that
# this is only used to compile the demo programs, not the library itself.
#
L := -l
# Target flag.
#
T := -o # Don't remove this comment line! We need the space after `-o'.
# C flags
#
# These should concern: debug output, optimization & warnings.
#
# Use the ANSIFLAGS variable to define the compiler flags used to enfore
# ANSI compliance.
#
ifndef CFLAGS
CFLAGS := -c
endif
# ANSIFLAGS: Put there the flags used to make your compiler ANSI-compliant.
#
# we assume the compiler is already strictly ANSI
#
ANSIFLAGS :=
# Library linking
#
ifndef
CLEAN_LIBRARY = $(DELETE) $(subst $(SEP),$(HOSTSEP),$(PROJECT_LIBRARY) $(NO_OUTPUT)
endif
LINK_LIBRARY = $(AR) -r $@ $(OBJECTS_LIST)
# EOF
# Copyright 2000 David Turner
#
# gcc-specific with NO OPTIMISATIONS + DEBUGGING
#
# Compiler command line name
CC := gcc
# The object file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can be
# .o, .tco, .obj, etc., depending on the platform.
#
O := o
SO := o
# The library file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can
# be .a, .lib, etc., depending on the platform.
#
A := a
SA := a
# Path inclusion flag. Some compilers use a different flag than `-I' to
# specify an additional include path. Examples are `/i=' or `-J'.
#
I := -I
# C flag used to define a macro before the compilation of a given source
# object. Usually is `-D' like in `-DDEBUG'.
#
D := -D
# The link flag used to specify a given library file on link. Note that
# this is only used to compile the demo programs, not the library itself.
#
L := -l
# Target flag.
#
T := -o # Don't remove this comment line! We need the space after `-o'.
# C flags
#
# These should concern: debug output, optimization & warnings.
#
# Use the ANSIFLAGS variable to define the compiler flags used to enfore
# ANSI compliance.
#
ifndef CFLAGS
CFLAGS := -c -g -O0 -Wall
endif
# ANSIFLAGS: Put there the flags used to make your compiler ANSI-compliant.
#
ANSIFLAGS := -ansi -pedantic
# Library linking
#
ifndef
CLEAN_LIBRARY = $(DELETE) $(subst $(SEP),$(HOSTSEP),$(PROJECT_LIBRARY)) $(NO_OUTPUT)
endif
LINK_LIBRARY = $(AR) -r $@ $(OBJECTS_LIST)
# EOF
# Copyright 2000 David Turner
#
# gcc-specific definitions
#
# Compiler command line name
CC := gcc
# The object file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can be
# .o, .tco, .obj, etc., depending on the platform.
#
O := o
SO := o
# The library file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can
# be .a, .lib, etc., depending on the platform.
#
A := a
SA := a
# Path inclusion flag. Some compilers use a different flag than `-I' to
# specify an additional include path. Examples are `/i=' or `-J'.
#
I := -I
# C flag used to define a macro before the compilation of a given source
# object. Usually is `-D' like in `-DDEBUG'.
#
D := -D
# The link flag used to specify a given library file on link. Note that
# this is only used to compile the demo programs, not the library itself.
#
L := -l
# Target flag.
#
T := -o # Don't remove this comment line! We need the space after `-o'.
# C flags
#
# These should concern: debug output, optimization & warnings.
#
# Use the ANSIFLAGS variable to define the compiler flags used to enfore
# ANSI compliance.
#
ifndef CFLAGS
CFLAGS := -c -g -O6 -Wall
endif
# ANSIFLAGS: Put there the flags used to make your compiler ANSI-compliant.
#
ANSIFLAGS := -ansi -pedantic
# Library linking
#
ifndef CLEAN_LIBRARY
CLEAN_LIBRARY = $(DELETE) $(subst $(SEP),$(HOSTSEP),$(PROJECT_LIBRARY)) $(NO_OUTPUT)
endif
LINK_LIBRARY = $(AR) -r $@ $(OBJECTS_LIST)
# EOF
#
# Visual Age C++ specific definitions
#
# command line compiler name
#
CC := icc
# The object file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can be
# .o, .tco, .obj, etc., depending on the platform.
#
O := obj
SO := obj
# The library file extension (for standard and static libraries). This can
# be .a, .lib, etc., depending on the platform.
#
A := lib
SA := lib
# Path inclusion flag. Some compilers use a different flag than `-I' to
# specify an additional include path. Examples are `/i=' or `-J'.
#
I := /I
# C flag used to define a macro before the compilation of a given source
# object. Usually is `-D' like in `-DDEBUG'.
#
D := /D
# The link flag used to specify a given library file on link. Note that
# this is only used to compile the demo programs, not the library itself.
#
L := /Fl
# Target flag.
#
T := /Fo
# C flags
#
# These should concern: debug output, optimization & warnings.
#
ifndef CFLAGS
CFLAGS := /Q- /Gd+ /O2 /G5 /W3 /C
endif
# ANSIFLAGS: Put there the flags used to make your compiler ANSI-compliant.
#
ANSI_FLAGS := /Sa
# Library linking
#
#CLEAN_LIBRARY :=
LINK_LIBRARY = lib /nologo /out:$@ $(OBJECTS_LIST)