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# Makefile.master, global definitions for system source
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ROOT= /proto
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# Adjunct root, containing an additional proto area to be used for headers
# and libraries.
#
ADJUNCT_PROTO=
# HAVE_ADJUNCT_PROTO - ADJUNCT_PROTO is set to a non-default value
# NO_ADJUNCT_PROTO - ADJUNCT_PROTO is unset
#
# This works by replacing any value in ADJUNCT_PROTO with POUND_SIGN, which
# only happens if it has some value, and then setting HAVE_ADJUNCT_PROTO
# oppositely.
NO_ADJUNCT_PROTO=$(ADJUNCT_PROTO:%=$(POUND_SIGN))
$(NO_ADJUNCT_PROTO)HAVE_ADJUNCT_PROTO=$(POUND_SIGN)
#
# Adjunct for building things that run on the build machine.
#
NATIVE_ADJUNCT= /usr
#
# Compatibility code for FreeBSD etc.
#
COMPAT= $(SRC)/compat
CONTRIB= $(SRC)/contrib
#
# RELEASE_BUILD should be cleared for final release builds.
# NOT_RELEASE_BUILD is exactly what the name implies.
#
# __GNUC toggles the building of ON components using gcc and related tools.
# Normally set to `#', set it to `' to do gcc build.
#
# The declaration POUND_SIGN is always '#'. This is needed to get around the
# make feature that '#' is always a comment delimiter, even when escaped or
# quoted. We use this macro expansion method to get POUND_SIGN rather than
# always breaking out a shell because the general case can cause a noticable
# slowdown in build times when so many Makefiles include Makefile.master.
#
# While the majority of users are expected to override the setting below
# with an env file (via nightly or bldenv), if you aren't building that way
# (ie, you're using "ws" or some other bootstrapping method) then you need
# this definition in order to avoid the subshell invocation mentioned above.
#
PRE_POUND= pre\#
POUND_SIGN= $(PRE_POUND:pre\%=%)
NOT_RELEASE_BUILD=
RELEASE_BUILD= $(POUND_SIGN)
$(RELEASE_BUILD)NOT_RELEASE_BUILD= $(POUND_SIGN)
PATCH_BUILD= $(POUND_SIGN)
# SPARC_BLD is '#' for an Intel build.
# INTEL_BLD is '#' for a Sparc build.
SPARC_BLD_1= $(MACH:i386=$(POUND_SIGN))
SPARC_BLD= $(SPARC_BLD_1:sparc=)
INTEL_BLD_1= $(MACH:sparc=$(POUND_SIGN))
INTEL_BLD= $(INTEL_BLD_1:i386=)
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# There are a number of permutations.
#
# __GNUC and __SUNC control (and indicate) the primary compiler. Whichever
# one is not POUND_SIGN is the primary, with the other as the shadow. They
# may also be used to control entirely compiler-specific Makefile assignments.
# __GNUC and GCC are the default.
#
# __GNUC64 indicates that the 64bit build should use the GNU C compiler.
# There is no Sun C analogue.
#
# The following version-specific options are operative regardless of which
# compiler is primary, and control the versions of the given compilers to be
# used. They also allow compiler-version specific Makefile fragments.
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$(__SUNC)__GNUC= $(POUND_SIGN)
__GNUC64= $(__GNUC)
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# The default is POUND_SIGN, meaning "not enabled". If the environment
# passes in an override like ENABLE_SMB_PRINTING= (empty) that will
# uncomment things in the lower Makefiles to enable the feature.
ENABLE_SMB_PRINTING= $(POUND_SIGN)
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# define runtime JAVA_HOME, primarily for cmd/pools/poold
JAVA_HOME= /usr/java
# define buildtime JAVA_ROOT
JAVA_ROOT= /usr/java
# Build uses java8 by default. Pass the variable below set to empty
# string in the environment to override.
BLD_JAVA_11= $(POUND_SIGN)
GNUC_ROOT= /usr/gcc/7
GCCLIBDIR= $(GNUC_ROOT)/lib
GCCLIBDIR64= $(GNUC_ROOT)/lib/$(MACH64)
DOCBOOK_XSL_ROOT= /usr/share/sgml/docbook/xsl-stylesheets
RPCGEN= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/rpcgen
STABS= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/stabs
ELFEXTRACT= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/elfextract
MBH_PATCH= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/mbh_patch
BTXLD= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/btxld
VTFONTCVT= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/vtfontcvt
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# spawned by make(1) may use the built-in versions. This is minimally
# problematic, as the shell spawned by make(1) is known and under control, the
# only risk being if the shell falls back to $PATH.
#
# We specifically want an echo(1) that does interpolation of escape sequences,
# which ksh93, /bin/sh, and bash will all provide.
ECHO= echo
TRUE= true
INS= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/install
SYMLINK= /usr/bin/ln -s
LN= /usr/bin/ln
MKDIR= /usr/bin/mkdir
CHMOD= /usr/bin/chmod
MV= /usr/bin/mv -f
RM= /usr/bin/rm -f
CUT= /usr/bin/cut
NM= /usr/ccs/bin/nm
DIFF= /usr/bin/diff
GREP= /usr/bin/grep
EGREP= /usr/bin/egrep
ELFWRAP= /usr/bin/elfwrap
KSH93= /usr/bin/ksh93
SED= /usr/bin/sed
AWK= /usr/bin/nawk
CP= /usr/bin/cp -f
MCS= /usr/ccs/bin/mcs
CAT= /usr/bin/cat
ELFDUMP= /usr/ccs/bin/elfdump
M4= /usr/bin/m4
GM4= /usr/bin/gm4
STRIP= /usr/ccs/bin/strip
LEX= /usr/ccs/bin/lex
FLEX= /usr/bin/flex
YACC= /usr/ccs/bin/yacc
BISON= /usr/bin/bison
CPP= /usr/lib/cpp
ANSI_CPP= $(GNUC_ROOT)/bin/cpp
JAVAC= $(JAVA_ROOT)/bin/javac
JAVADOC= $(JAVA_ROOT)/bin/javadoc
JAR= $(JAVA_ROOT)/bin/jar
CTFCONVERT= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/ctfconvert
CTFDIFF= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/ctfdiff
CTFMERGE= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/ctfmerge
CTFSTABS= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/ctfstabs
CTFSTRIP= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/ctfstrip
NDRGEN= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/ndrgen
GENOFFSETS= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/genoffsets
XREF= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/xref
FIND= /usr/bin/find
PERL= /usr/bin/perl
PERL_VERSION= 5.10.0
PERL_PKGVERS= -510
PERL_MACH= i86pc
$(SPARC_BLD)PERL_MACH= sun4
PERL_VARIANT=
PERL_ARCH= $(PERL_MACH)-solaris$(PERL_VARIANT)-64int
PERL_ARCH64= $(PERL_MACH)-solaris$(PERL_VARIANT)-64
PYTHON_VERSION= 2.7
PYTHON_PKGVERS= -27
PYTHON_SUFFIX=
PYTHON= /usr/bin/python$(PYTHON_VERSION)
PYTHON3_VERSION= 3.5
PYTHON3_PKGVERS= -35
PYTHON3_SUFFIX= m
PYTHON3= /usr/bin/python$(PYTHON3_VERSION)
$(BUILDPY3TOOLS)TOOLS_PYTHON= $(PYTHON3)
$(BUILDPY2TOOLS)TOOLS_PYTHON= $(PYTHON)
SORT= /usr/bin/sort
TR= /usr/bin/tr
TOUCH= /usr/bin/touch
WC= /usr/bin/wc
XARGS= /usr/bin/xargs
ELFEDIT= /usr/bin/elfedit
DTRACE= /usr/sbin/dtrace -xnolibs
UNIQ= /usr/bin/uniq
TAR= /usr/bin/tar
ASTBINDIR= /usr/ast/bin
MSGCC= $(ASTBINDIR)/msgcc
MSGFMT= /usr/bin/msgfmt -s
LCDEF= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/localedef
TIC= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/tic
ZIC= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/zic
OPENSSL= /usr/bin/openssl
CPCGEN= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/cpcgen
GENICONVTBL= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/geniconvtbl
DEFAULT_CONSOLE_COLOR= \
-DDEFAULT_ANSI_FOREGROUND=ANSI_COLOR_WHITE \
-DDEFAULT_ANSI_BACKGROUND=ANSI_COLOR_BLACK
FILEMODE= 644
DIRMODE= 755
# Declare that nothing should be built in parallel.
# Individual Makefiles can use the .PARALLEL target to declare otherwise.
.NO_PARALLEL:
# For stylistic checks
#
# Note that the X and C checks are not used at this time and may need
# modification when they are actually used.
#
CSTYLE= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/cstyle
CSTYLE_TAIL=
HDRCHK= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/hdrchk
HDRCHK_TAIL=
JSTYLE= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/jstyle
DOT_H_CHECK= \
@$(ECHO) "checking $<"; $(CSTYLE) $< $(CSTYLE_TAIL); \
$(HDRCHK) $< $(HDRCHK_TAIL)
DOT_X_CHECK= \
@$(ECHO) "checking $<"; $(RPCGEN) -C -h $< | $(CSTYLE) $(CSTYLE_TAIL); \
$(RPCGEN) -C -h $< | $(HDRCHK) $< $(HDRCHK_TAIL)
DOT_C_CHECK= \
@$(ECHO) "checking $<"; $(CSTYLE) $< $(CSTYLE_TAIL)
MANIFEST_CHECK= \
@$(ECHO) "checking $<"; \
SVCCFG_DTD=$(SRC)/cmd/svc/dtd/service_bundle.dtd.1 \
SVCCFG_REPOSITORY=$(SRC)/cmd/svc/seed/global.db \
SVCCFG_CONFIGD_PATH=$(SRC)/cmd/svc/configd/svc.configd-native \
$(SRC)/cmd/svc/svccfg/svccfg-native validate $<
INS.file= $(RM) $@; $(INS) -s -m $(FILEMODE) -f $(@D) $<
INS.dir= $(INS) -s -d -m $(DIRMODE) $@
# installs and renames at once
#
INS.rename= $(INS.file); $(MV) $(@D)/$(<F) $@
# install a link
INSLINKTARGET= $<
INS.link= $(RM) $@; $(LN) $(INSLINKTARGET) $@
INS.symlink= $(RM) $@; $(SYMLINK) $(INSLINKTARGET) $@
# The path to python that will be used for the shebang line when installing
# python scripts to the proto area. This is overridden by makefiles to
# select to the correct version.
PYSHEBANG= $(PYTHON)
$(BUILDPY3)PYSHEBANG= $(PYTHON3)
$(BUILDPY2)PYSHEBANG= $(PYTHON)
#
# Python bakes the mtime of the .py file into the compiled .pyc and
# rebuilds if the baked-in mtime != the mtime of the source file
# (rather than only if it's less than), thus when installing python
# files we must make certain to not adjust the mtime of the source
# (.py) file.
#
INS.pyfile= $(RM) $@; $(SED) \
-e "1s:^\#!@PYTHON@:\#!$(PYSHEBANG):" \
-e "1s:^\#!@TOOLS_PYTHON@:\#!$(TOOLS_PYTHON):" \
< $< > $@; $(CHMOD) $(FILEMODE) $@; $(TOUCH) -r $< $@
# MACH must be set in the shell environment per uname -p on the build host
# More specific architecture variables should be set in lower makefiles.
#
# MACH64 is derived from MACH, and BUILD64 is set to `#' for
# architectures on which we do not build 64-bit versions.
# (There are no such architectures at the moment.)
#
# Set BUILD64=# in the environment to disable 64-bit amd64
# builds on i386 machines.
MACH64_1= $(MACH:sparc=sparcv9)
MACH64= $(MACH64_1:i386=amd64)
MACH32_1= $(MACH:sparc=sparcv7)
MACH32= $(MACH32_1:i386=i86)
sparc_BUILD64=
i386_BUILD64=
BUILD64= $($(MACH)_BUILD64)
#
# C compiler mode. Future compilers may change the default on us,
# so force extended ANSI mode globally. Lower level makefiles can
# override this by setting CCMODE.
#
CCMODE= -Xa
CCMODE64= -Xa
#
# C compiler verbose mode. This is so we can enable it globally,
# but turn it off in the lower level makefiles of things we cannot
# (or aren't going to) fix.
#
CCVERBOSE= -v
# set this to the secret flag "-Wc,-Qiselect-v9abiwarn=1" to get warnings
# from the compiler about places the -xarch=v9 may differ from -xarch=v9c.
V9ABIWARN=
# set this to the secret flag "-Wc,-Qiselect-regsym=0" to disable register
# symbols (used to detect conflicts between objects that use global registers)
# we disable this now for safety, and because genunix doesn't link with
# this feature (the v9 default) enabled.
#
# REGSYM is separate since the C++ driver syntax is different.
CCREGSYM= -Wc,-Qiselect-regsym=0
CCCREGSYM= -Qoption cg -Qiselect-regsym=0
# Prevent the removal of static symbols by the SPARC code generator (cg).
# The x86 code generator (ube) does not remove such symbols and as such
# using this workaround is not applicable for x86.
#
CCSTATICSYM= -Wc,-Qassembler-ounrefsym=0
#
# generate 32-bit addresses in the v9 kernel. Saves memory.
CCABS32= -Wc,-xcode=abs32
#
# generate v9 code which tolerates callers using the v7 ABI, for the sake of
# system calls.
CC32BITCALLERS= -_gcc=-massume-32bit-callers
# GCC, especially, is increasingly beginning to auto-inline functions and
# sadly does so separately not under the general -fno-inline-functions
# Additionally, we wish to prevent optimisations which cause GCC to clone
# functions -- in particular, these may cause unhelpful symbols to be
# emitted instead of function names
CCNOAUTOINLINE= \
-_gcc=-fno-inline-small-functions \
-_gcc=-fno-inline-functions-called-once \
-_gcc=-fno-ipa-cp \
-_gcc7=-fno-ipa-icf \
-_gcc8=-fno-ipa-icf \
-_gcc9=-fno-ipa-icf \
-_gcc10=-fno-ipa-icf \
-_gcc7=-fno-clone-functions \
-_gcc8=-fno-clone-functions \
-_gcc9=-fno-clone-functions \
-_gcc10=-fno-clone-functions
# GCC may put functions in different named sub-sections of .text based on
# their presumed calling frequency. At least in the kernel, where we actually
# deliver relocatable objects, we don't want this to happen.
#
# Since at present we don't benefit from this even in userland, we disable it globally,
# but the application of this may move into usr/src/uts/ in future.
CCNOREORDER= \
-_gcc7=-fno-reorder-functions \
-_gcc8=-fno-reorder-functions \
-_gcc9=-fno-reorder-functions \
-_gcc10=-fno-reorder-functions
#
# gcc has a rather aggressive optimization on by default that infers loop
# bounds based on undefined behavior (!!). This can lead to some VERY
# surprising optimizations -- ones that may be technically correct in the
# strictest sense but also result in incorrect program behavior. We turn
# this optimization off, with extreme prejudice.
#
CCNOAGGRESSIVELOOPS= \
-_gcc7=-fno-aggressive-loop-optimizations \
-_gcc8=-fno-aggressive-loop-optimizations \
-_gcc9=-fno-aggressive-loop-optimizations \
-_gcc10=-fno-aggressive-loop-optimizations
#
# Options to control which version of stack-protector we enable. This
# gives us a bit of flexibility and is unfortunately necessary as some
# modules do not function correctly with our defaults (qede).
#
# o STACKPROTECT_ Sets the appropriate version for the compiler
# o STACKPROTECT_strong Sets us to use strong on all of the
# compilers it supports. This is the same
# as the default.
#
# o STACKPROTECT_none Disables the stack protector.
#
# o STACKPROTECT_all Enables it for everything.
#
# o STACKPROTECT_basic Enables the basic stack protector.
#
# -fstack-protector-strong is not available in gcc4 which is why we
# have per-compiler versions below. These are not added to the default
# global CFLAGS at this time as it's being incrementally enabled
# throughout the build.
#
STACKPROTECT_ = -_gcc4=-fstack-protector
STACKPROTECT_ += -_gcc7=-fstack-protector-strong
STACKPROTECT_ += -_gcc8=-fstack-protector-strong
STACKPROTECT_ += -_gcc9=-fstack-protector-strong
STACKPROTECT_ += -_gcc10=-fstack-protector-strong
STACKPROTECT_strong = $(STACKPROTECT_)
STACKPROTECT_none =
STACKPROTECT_all = -_gcc=-fstack-protector-all
STACKPROTECT_basic = -_gcc=-fstack-protector
STACKPROTECT_LD_ = -lssp_ns
STACKPROTECT_LD_none =
STACKPROTECT_LD_all = $(STACKPROTECT_LD_)
STACKPROTECT_LD_basic = $(STACKPROTECT_LD_)
CCSTACKPROTECT= $(STACKPROTECT_$(STACKPROTECT))
LDSTACKPROTECT= $(STACKPROTECT_LD_$(STACKPROTECT))
# One optimization the compiler might perform is to turn this:
# #pragma weak foo
# extern int foo;
# if (&foo)
# foo = 5;
# into
# foo = 5;
# Since we do some of this (foo might be referenced in common kernel code
# but provided only for some cpu modules or platforms), we disable this
# optimization.
#
sparc_CCUNBOUND = -Wd,-xsafe=unboundsym
i386_CCUNBOUND =
CCUNBOUND = $($(MACH)_CCUNBOUND)
#
# compiler '-xarch' flag. This is here to centralize it and make it
# overridable for testing.
sparc_XARCH= -m32
sparcv9_XARCH= -m64
i386_XARCH= -m32
amd64_XARCH= -m64 -Ui386 -U__i386
# assembler '-xarch' flag. Different from compiler '-xarch' flag.
sparc_AS_XARCH= -xarch=v8plus
sparcv9_AS_XARCH= -xarch=v9
i386_AS_XARCH=
amd64_AS_XARCH= -xarch=amd64 -P -Ui386 -U__i386
#
# These flags define what we need to be 'standalone' i.e. -not- part
# of the rather more cosy userland environment. This basically means
# the kernel.
#
# XX64 future versions of gcc will make -mcmodel=kernel imply -mno-red-zone
#
sparc_STAND_FLAGS= -_gcc=-ffreestanding
sparcv9_STAND_FLAGS= -_gcc=-ffreestanding
# Disabling MMX also disables 3DNow, disabling SSE also disables all later
# additions to SSE (SSE2, AVX ,etc.)
NO_SIMD= -_gcc=-mno-mmx -_gcc=-mno-sse
i386_STAND_FLAGS= -_gcc=-ffreestanding $(NO_SIMD)
amd64_STAND_FLAGS= -xmodel=kernel $(NO_SIMD)
SAVEARGS= -Wu,-save_args
amd64_STAND_FLAGS += $(SAVEARGS)
STAND_FLAGS_32 = $($(MACH)_STAND_FLAGS)
STAND_FLAGS_64 = $($(MACH64)_STAND_FLAGS)
#
# disable the incremental linker
ILDOFF= -xildoff
#
XFFLAG= -xF=%all
XESS= -xs
XSTRCONST= -xstrconst
#
# turn warnings into errors (C)
CERRWARN = -errtags=yes -errwarn=%all
CERRWARN += -erroff=E_EMPTY_TRANSLATION_UNIT
CERRWARN += -erroff=E_STATEMENT_NOT_REACHED
CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-missing-braces
CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-sign-compare
CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-unknown-pragmas
CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-unused-parameter
CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-missing-field-initializers
# Unfortunately, this option can misfire very easily and unfixably.
CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-array-bounds
# gcc4 lacks -Wno-maybe-uninitialized
CNOWARN_UNINIT = -_gcc4=-Wno-uninitialized \
-_gcc7=-Wno-maybe-uninitialized \
-_gcc8=-Wno-maybe-uninitialized \
-_gcc9=-Wno-maybe-uninitialized \
-_gcc10=-Wno-maybe-uninitialized
CERRWARN += -_smatch=-p=illumos_user
include $(SRC)/Makefile.smatch
#
# turn warnings into errors (C++)
CCERRWARN = -errtags=yes -errwarn=%all
CCERRWARN += -erroff=E_EMPTY_TRANSLATION_UNIT
CCERRWARN += -erroff=E_STATEMENT_NOT_REACHED
CCERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-missing-braces
CCERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-sign-compare
CCERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-unknown-pragmas
CCERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-unused-parameter
CCERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-missing-field-initializers
# C standard. Keep Studio flags until we get rid of lint.
CSTD_GNU89= -xc99=%none
CSTD_GNU99= -xc99=%all
CSTD= $(CSTD_GNU89)
C99LMODE= $(CSTD:-xc99%=-Xc99%)
# In most places, assignments to these macros should be appended with +=
# (CPPFLAGS.first allows values to be prepended to CPPFLAGS).
sparc_CFLAGS= $(sparc_XARCH) $(CCSTATICSYM)
sparcv9_CFLAGS= $(sparcv9_XARCH) -dalign $(CCVERBOSE) $(V9ABIWARN) $(CCREGSYM) \
$(CCSTATICSYM)
i386_CFLAGS= $(i386_XARCH)
amd64_CFLAGS= $(amd64_XARCH)
sparc_ASFLAGS= $(sparc_AS_XARCH)
sparcv9_ASFLAGS=$(sparcv9_AS_XARCH)
i386_ASFLAGS= $(i386_AS_XARCH)
amd64_ASFLAGS= $(amd64_AS_XARCH)
#
sparc_COPTFLAG= -xO3
sparcv9_COPTFLAG= -xO3
i386_COPTFLAG= -O
amd64_COPTFLAG= -xO3
COPTFLAG= $($(MACH)_COPTFLAG)
COPTFLAG64= $($(MACH64)_COPTFLAG)
# When -g is used, the compiler globalizes static objects
# (gives them a unique prefix). Disable that.
CNOGLOBAL= -W0,-noglobal
# Direct the Sun Studio compiler to use a static globalization prefix based on the
# name of the module rather than something unique. Otherwise, objects
# will not build deterministically, as subsequent compilations of identical
# source will yeild objects that always look different.
#
# In the same spirit, this will also remove the date from the N_OPT stab.
CGLOBALSTATIC= -W0,-xglobalstatic
# Sometimes we want all symbols and types in debugging information even
# if they aren't used.
CALLSYMS= -W0,-xdbggen=no%usedonly
#
# We force the compilers to generate the debugging information best understood
# by the CTF tools. With Sun Studio this is stabs due to bugs in the Studio
# compilers. With GCC this is DWARF v2.
#
DEBUGFORMAT= -_cc=-xdebugformat=stabs -_gcc=-gdwarf-2 -_gcc10=-gstrict-dwarf
#
# Ask the compiler to include debugging information
#
CCGDEBUG= -g $(DEBUGFORMAT)
#
# Flags used to build in debug mode for ctf generation.
#
CTF_FLAGS_sparc = $(CCGDEBUG) -Wc,-Qiselect-T1 $(CSTD) $(CNOGLOBAL)
CTF_FLAGS_i386 = $(CCGDEBUG) $(CSTD) $(CNOGLOBAL)
CTF_FLAGS_sparcv9 = $(CTF_FLAGS_sparc)
CTF_FLAGS_amd64 = $(CTF_FLAGS_i386)
# Sun Studio produces broken userland code when saving arguments.
$(__GNUC)CTF_FLAGS_amd64 += $(SAVEARGS)
CTF_FLAGS_32 = $(CTF_FLAGS_$(MACH))
CTF_FLAGS_64 = $(CTF_FLAGS_$(MACH64))
CTF_FLAGS = $(CTF_FLAGS_32)
#
# Flags used with genoffsets
#
GENOFFSETS_FLAGS = $(CALLSYMS)
OFFSETS_CREATE = $(GENOFFSETS) -s $(CTFSTABS) -r $(CTFCONVERT) \
$(CW) --noecho $(CW_CC_COMPILERS) -- $(GENOFFSETS_FLAGS) \
$(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS)
OFFSETS_CREATE64 = $(GENOFFSETS) -s $(CTFSTABS) -r $(CTFCONVERT) \
$(CW) --noecho $(CW_CC_COMPILERS) -- $(GENOFFSETS_FLAGS) \
$(CFLAGS64) $(CPPFLAGS)
#
# tradeoff time for space (smaller is better)
#
sparc_SPACEFLAG = -xspace -W0,-Lt
sparcv9_SPACEFLAG = -xspace -W0,-Lt
i386_SPACEFLAG = -xspace
amd64_SPACEFLAG =
SPACEFLAG = $($(MACH)_SPACEFLAG)
SPACEFLAG64 = $($(MACH64)_SPACEFLAG)
#
# The Sun Studio 11 compiler has changed the behaviour of integer
# wrap arounds and so a flag is needed to use the legacy behaviour
# (without this flag panics/hangs could be exposed within the source).
#
sparc_IROPTFLAG = -W2,-xwrap_int
sparcv9_IROPTFLAG = -W2,-xwrap_int
i386_IROPTFLAG =
amd64_IROPTFLAG =
IROPTFLAG = $($(MACH)_IROPTFLAG)
IROPTFLAG64 = $($(MACH64)_IROPTFLAG)
sparc_XREGSFLAG = -xregs=no%appl
sparcv9_XREGSFLAG = -xregs=no%appl
i386_XREGSFLAG =
amd64_XREGSFLAG =
XREGSFLAG = $($(MACH)_XREGSFLAG)
XREGSFLAG64 = $($(MACH64)_XREGSFLAG)
# dmake SOURCEDEBUG=yes ... enables source-level debugging information, and
# avoids stripping it.
SOURCEDEBUG = $(POUND_SIGN)
SRCDBGBLD = $(SOURCEDEBUG:yes=)
#
# These variables are intended ONLY for use by developers to safely pass extra
# flags to the compilers without unintentionally overriding Makefile-set
# flags. They should NEVER be set to any value in a Makefile.
#
# They come last in the associated FLAGS variable such that they can
# explicitly override things if necessary, there are gaps in this, but it's
# the best we can manage.
#
CUSERFLAGS =
CUSERFLAGS64 = $(CUSERFLAGS)
CCUSERFLAGS =
CCUSERFLAGS64 = $(CCUSERFLAGS)
CSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS =
CCSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS =
$(SRCDBGBLD)CSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS = $(CCGDEBUG) -xs
$(SRCDBGBLD)CCSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS = $(CCGDEBUG) -xs
CFLAGS= $(COPTFLAG) $($(MACH)_CFLAGS) $(SPACEFLAG) $(CCMODE) \
$(ILDOFF) $(CERRWARN) $(CSTD) $(CCUNBOUND) $(IROPTFLAG) \
$(CGLOBALSTATIC) $(CCNOAUTOINLINE) $(CCNOREORDER) \
$(CCNOAGGRESSIVELOOPS) \
$(CSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS) $(CUSERFLAGS)
CFLAGS64= $(COPTFLAG64) $($(MACH64)_CFLAGS) $(SPACEFLAG64) $(CCMODE64) \
$(ILDOFF) $(CERRWARN) $(CSTD) $(CCUNBOUND) $(IROPTFLAG64) \
$(CGLOBALSTATIC) $(CCNOAUTOINLINE) $(CCNOREORDER) \
$(CCNOAGGRESSIVELOOPS) \
$(CSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS) $(CUSERFLAGS64)
#
# Flags that are used to build parts of the code that are subsequently
# run on the build machine (also known as the NATIVE_BUILD).
#
NATIVE_CFLAGS= $(COPTFLAG) $($(NATIVE_MACH)_CFLAGS) $(CCMODE) \
$(ILDOFF) $(CERRWARN) $(CSTD) $($(NATIVE_MACH)_CCUNBOUND) \
$(IROPTFLAG) $(CGLOBALSTATIC) $(CCNOAUTOINLINE) \
$(CCNOREORDER) $(CSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS) $(CUSERFLAGS)
NATIVE_CCFLAGS= $(CCOPTFLAG) $($(NATIVE_MACH)_CCFLAGS) $(CCSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS) \
$(CCUSERFLAGS)
DTEXTDOM=-DTEXT_DOMAIN=\"$(TEXT_DOMAIN)\" # For messaging.
DTS_ERRNO=-D_TS_ERRNO
CPPFLAGS.first= # Please keep empty. Only lower makefiles should set this.
CPPFLAGS.master=$(DTEXTDOM) $(DTS_ERRNO) \
$(ENVCPPFLAGS1) $(ENVCPPFLAGS2) $(ENVCPPFLAGS3) $(ENVCPPFLAGS4) \
$(ADJUNCT_PROTO:%=-I%/usr/include)
CPPFLAGS.native=$(ENVCPPFLAGS1) $(ENVCPPFLAGS2) $(ENVCPPFLAGS3) \
$(ENVCPPFLAGS4) -I$(NATIVE_ADJUNCT)/include
CPPFLAGS= $(CPPFLAGS.first) $(CPPFLAGS.master)
AS_CPPFLAGS= $(CPPFLAGS.first) $(CPPFLAGS.master)
JAVAFLAGS= -source 7 -target 7 -Xlint:deprecation,-options
$(BLD_JAVA_11)JAVAFLAGS= -source 7 -target 7 -Xlint:-options
#
# For source message catalogue
#
.SUFFIXES: $(SUFFIXES) .i .po
MSGROOT= $(ROOT)/catalog
MSGDOMAIN= $(MSGROOT)/$(TEXT_DOMAIN)
MSGDOMAINPOFILE = $(MSGDOMAIN)/$(POFILE)
DCMSGDOMAIN= $(MSGROOT)/LC_TIME/$(TEXT_DOMAIN)
DCMSGDOMAINPOFILE = $(DCMSGDOMAIN)/$(DCFILE:.dc=.po)
CLOBBERFILES += $(POFILE) $(POFILES)
COMPILE.cpp= $(CC) -E -C $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS)
XGETTEXT= /usr/bin/xgettext
XGETFLAGS= -c TRANSLATION_NOTE
GNUXGETTEXT= /usr/gnu/bin/xgettext
GNUXGETFLAGS= --add-comments=TRANSLATION_NOTE --keyword=_ \
--strict --no-location --omit-header
BUILD.po= $(XGETTEXT) $(XGETFLAGS) -d $(<F) $<.i ;\
$(RM) $@ ;\
$(SED) "/^domain/d" < $(<F).po > $@ ;\
$(RM) $(<F).po $<.i
#
# This is overwritten by local Makefile when PROG is a list.
#
POFILE= $(PROG).po
sparc_CCFLAGS= $(sparc_XARCH) -cg92 -compat=4 \
-Qoption ccfe -messages=no%anachronism \
$(CCERRWARN)
sparcv9_CCFLAGS= $(sparcv9_XARCH) -dalign -compat=5 \
-Qoption ccfe -messages=no%anachronism \
-Qoption ccfe -features=no%conststrings \
$(CCCREGSYM) \
$(CCERRWARN)
i386_CCFLAGS= $(i386_XARCH) -compat=4 \
-Qoption ccfe -messages=no%anachronism \
-Qoption ccfe -features=no%conststrings \
$(CCERRWARN)
amd64_CCFLAGS= $(amd64_XARCH) -compat=5 \
-Qoption ccfe -messages=no%anachronism \
-Qoption ccfe -features=no%conststrings \
$(CCERRWARN)
sparc_CCOPTFLAG= -O
sparcv9_CCOPTFLAG= -O
i386_CCOPTFLAG= -O
amd64_CCOPTFLAG= -O
CCOPTFLAG= $($(MACH)_CCOPTFLAG)
CCOPTFLAG64= $($(MACH64)_CCOPTFLAG)
CCFLAGS= $(CCOPTFLAG) $($(MACH)_CCFLAGS) $(CCSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS) \
$(CCUSERFLAGS)
CCFLAGS64= $(CCOPTFLAG64) $($(MACH64)_CCFLAGS) $(CCSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS) \
$(CCUSERFLAGS64)
#
#
#
ELFWRAP_FLAGS =
ELFWRAP_FLAGS64 = -64
#
# Various mapfiles that are used throughout the build, and delivered to
# /usr/lib/ld.
#
MAPFILE.NED_i386 = $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/common/map.noexdata
MAPFILE.NED_sparc =
MAPFILE.NED = $(MAPFILE.NED_$(MACH))
MAPFILE.PGA = $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/common/map.pagealign
MAPFILE.NES = $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/common/map.noexstk
MAPFILE.FLT = $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/common/map.filter
MAPFILE.LEX = $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/common/map.lex.yy
#
# Generated mapfiles that are compiler specific, and used throughout the
# build. These mapfiles are not delivered in /usr/lib/ld.
#
MAPFILE.NGB_sparc= $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/gen/sparc_cc_map.noexeglobs
$(__GNUC64)MAPFILE.NGB_sparc= \
$(SRC)/common/mapfiles/gen/sparc_gcc_map.noexeglobs
MAPFILE.NGB_sparcv9= $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/gen/sparcv9_cc_map.noexeglobs
$(__GNUC64)MAPFILE.NGB_sparcv9= \
$(SRC)/common/mapfiles/gen/sparcv9_gcc_map.noexeglobs
MAPFILE.NGB_i386= $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/gen/i386_cc_map.noexeglobs
$(__GNUC64)MAPFILE.NGB_i386= \
$(SRC)/common/mapfiles/gen/i386_gcc_map.noexeglobs
MAPFILE.NGB_amd64= $(SRC)/common/mapfiles/gen/amd64_cc_map.noexeglobs
$(__GNUC64)MAPFILE.NGB_amd64= \
$(SRC)/common/mapfiles/gen/amd64_gcc_map.noexeglobs
MAPFILE.NGB = $(MAPFILE.NGB_$(MACH))
#
# A generic interface mapfile name, used by various dynamic objects to define
# the interfaces and interposers the object must export.
#
MAPFILE.INT = mapfile-intf
#
# LDLIBS32 and LDLIBS64 can be set in the environment to override the following
# assignments.
#
# These environment settings make sure that no libraries are searched outside
# of the local workspace proto area:
# LDLIBS32=-YP,$ROOT/lib:$ROOT/usr/lib
# LDLIBS64=-YP,$ROOT/lib/$MACH64:$ROOT/usr/lib/$MACH64
#
LDLIBS32 = $(ENVLDLIBS1) $(ENVLDLIBS2) $(ENVLDLIBS3)
LDLIBS32 += $(ADJUNCT_PROTO:%=-L%/usr/lib -L%/lib)
LDLIBS.cmd = $(LDLIBS32)
LDLIBS.lib = $(LDLIBS32)
LDLIBS64 = $(ENVLDLIBS1:%=%/$(MACH64)) \
$(ENVLDLIBS2:%=%/$(MACH64)) \
$(ENVLDLIBS3:%=%/$(MACH64))
LDLIBS64 += $(ADJUNCT_PROTO:%=-L%/usr/lib/$(MACH64) -L%/lib/$(MACH64))
#
# Define compilation macros.
#
COMPILE.c= $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -c
COMPILE64.c= $(CC) $(CFLAGS64) $(CPPFLAGS) -c
COMPILE.cc= $(CCC) $(CCFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -c
COMPILE64.cc= $(CCC) $(CCFLAGS64) $(CPPFLAGS) -c
COMPILE.s= $(AS) $(ASFLAGS) $(AS_CPPFLAGS)
COMPILE64.s= $(AS) $(ASFLAGS) $($(MACH64)_AS_XARCH) $(AS_CPPFLAGS)
COMPILE.d= $(DTRACE) -G -32
COMPILE64.d= $(DTRACE) -G -64
COMPILE.b= $(ELFWRAP) $(ELFWRAP_FLAGS$(CLASS))
COMPILE64.b= $(ELFWRAP) $(ELFWRAP_FLAGS$(CLASS))
CLASSPATH= .
COMPILE.java= $(JAVAC) $(JAVAFLAGS) -classpath $(CLASSPATH)
#
# Link time macros
#
CCNEEDED = -lC
CCEXTNEEDED = -lCrun -lCstd
NATIVECCNEEDED = -lC
$(__GNUC)CCNEEDED = -L$(GCCLIBDIR) -lstdc++ -lgcc_s
$(__GNUC)CCEXTNEEDED = $(CCNEEDED)
$(__GNUC)NATIVECCNEEDED = -R$(GCCLIBDIR) -L$(GCCLIBDIR) -lstdc++ -lgcc_s
CCNEEDED64 = -lCrun
CCEXTNEEDED64 = -lCrun -lCstd
NATIVECCNEEDED64 = -lCrun
$(__GNUC64)CCNEEDED64 = -L$(GCCLIBDIR) -lstdc++ -lgcc_s
$(__GNUC64)NATIVECCNEEDED64 = -R$(GCCLIBDIR) -L$(GCCLIBDIR) -lstdc++ -lgcc_s
$(__GNUC64)CCEXTNEEDED = $(CCNEEDED64)
# Libraries we expect to use natively on the build machine
NATIVE_LIBS=
LDCHECKS = $(ZASSERTDEFLIB) $(ZGUIDANCE) $(ZFATALWARNINGS)
LDCHECKS += $(NATIVE_LIBS:%=$(ZASSERTDEFLIB)=%)
LINK.c= $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(LDFLAGS) $(LDCHECKS)
LINK64.c= $(CC) $(CFLAGS64) $(CPPFLAGS) $(LDFLAGS) $(LDCHECKS)
NORUNPATH= -norunpath -nolib
LINK.cc= $(CCC) $(CCFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(NORUNPATH) \
$(LDFLAGS) $(CCNEEDED) $(LDCHECKS)
LINK64.cc= $(CCC) $(CCFLAGS64) $(CPPFLAGS) $(NORUNPATH) \
$(LDFLAGS) $(CCNEEDED64) $(LDCHECKS)
#
# lint macros
#
# Note that the undefine of __PRAGMA_REDEFINE_EXTNAME can be removed once
# ON is built with a version of lint that has the fix for 4484186.
#
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS = -errtags=yes -s
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_PTRDIFF_OVERFLOW
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_ASSIGN_NARROW_CONV
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -U__PRAGMA_REDEFINE_EXTNAME
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += $(C99LMODE)
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -errsecurity=$(SECLEVEL)
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_SEC_CREAT_WITHOUT_EXCL
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_SEC_FORBIDDEN_WARN_CREAT
# XX64 -- really only needed for amd64 lint
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_ASSIGN_INT_TO_SMALL_INT
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_CAST_INT_CONST_TO_SMALL_INT
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_CAST_INT_TO_SMALL_INT
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_CAST_TO_PTR_FROM_INT
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_COMP_INT_WITH_LARGE_INT
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_INTEGRAL_CONST_EXP_EXPECTED
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_PASS_INT_TO_SMALL_INT
ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS += -erroff=E_PTR_CONV_LOSES_BITS
# This forces lint to pick up note.h and sys/note.h from Devpro rather than
# from the proto area. The note.h that ON delivers would disable NOTE().
ONLY_LINT_DEFS = -I$(SPRO_VROOT)/prod/include/lint
SECLEVEL= core
LINT.c= $(LINT) $(ONLY_LINT_DEFS) $(LINTFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) \
$(ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS)
LINT64.c= $(LINT) $(ONLY_LINT_DEFS) $(LINTFLAGS64) $(CPPFLAGS) \
$(ALWAYS_LINT_DEFS)
LINT.s= $(LINT.c)
# For some future builds, NATIVE_MACH and MACH might be different.
# Therefore, NATIVE_MACH needs to be redefined in the
# environment as `uname -p` to override this macro.
#
# For now at least, we cross-compile amd64 on i386 machines.
NATIVE_MACH= $(MACH:amd64=i386)
NATIVE_MACH64= $(MACH64)
# Define native compilation macros
#
# Base directory where compilers are loaded.
# Defined here so it can be overridden by developer.
#
SPRO_ROOT= $(BUILD_TOOLS)/SUNWspro
SPRO_VROOT= $(SPRO_ROOT)/SS12
GNU_ROOT= /usr
$(__GNUC)PRIMARY_CC= gcc7,$(GNUC_ROOT)/bin/gcc,gnu
$(__SUNC)PRIMARY_CC= studio12,$(SPRO_VROOT)/bin/cc,sun
$(__GNUC)PRIMARY_CCC= gcc7,$(GNUC_ROOT)/bin/g++,gnu
$(__SUNC)PRIMARY_CCC= studio12,$(SPRO_VROOT)/bin/CC,sun
CW_CC_COMPILERS= $(PRIMARY_CC:%=--primary %) $(SHADOW_CCS:%=--shadow %)
CW_CCC_COMPILERS= $(PRIMARY_CCC:%=--primary %) $(SHADOW_CCCS:%=--shadow %)
CW_LINKER= --linker $(LD)
# Till SS12u1 formally becomes the NV CBE, LINT is hard
# coded to be picked up from the $SPRO_ROOT/sunstudio12.1/
# location. Impacted variables are sparc_LINT, sparcv9_LINT,
# i386_LINT, amd64_LINT.
# Reset them when SS12u1 is rolled out.
#
# Specify platform compiler versions for languages
# that we use (currently only c and c++).
#
CW= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/cw
BUILD_CC= $(CW) $(CW_LINKER) $(CW_CC_COMPILERS) --
BUILD_CCC= $(CW) -C $(CW_LINKER) $(CW_CCC_COMPILERS) --
BUILD_CPP= /usr/ccs/lib/cpp
BUILD_LD= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/ld
BUILD_LINT= $(SPRO_ROOT)/sunstudio12.1/bin/lint
$(MACH)_CC= $(BUILD_CC)
$(MACH)_CCC= $(BUILD_CCC)
$(MACH)_CPP= $(BUILD_CPP)
$(MACH)_LD= $(BUILD_LD)
$(MACH)_LINT= $(BUILD_LINT)
$(MACH64)_CC= $(BUILD_CC)
$(MACH64)_CCC= $(BUILD_CCC)
$(MACH64)_CPP= $(BUILD_CPP)
$(MACH64)_LD= $(BUILD_LD)
$(MACH64)_LINT= $(BUILD_LINT)
sparc_AS= /usr/ccs/bin/as -xregsym=no
sparcv9_AS= $($(MACH)_AS)
i386_AS= /usr/ccs/bin/as
$(__GNUC)i386_AS= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/aw
amd64_AS= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/aw
NATIVECC= $($(NATIVE_MACH)_CC)
NATIVECCC= $($(NATIVE_MACH)_CCC)
NATIVECPP= $($(NATIVE_MACH)_CPP)
NATIVEAS= $($(NATIVE_MACH)_AS)
NATIVELD= $($(NATIVE_MACH)_LD)
NATIVELINT= $($(NATIVE_MACH)_LINT)
NATIVECC64= $($(NATIVE_MACH64)_CC)
NATIVECCC64= $($(NATIVE_MACH64)_CCC)
NATIVECPP64= $($(NATIVE_MACH64)_CPP)
NATIVEAS64= $($(NATIVE_MACH64)_AS)
NATIVELD64= $($(NATIVE_MACH64)_LD)
NATIVELINT64= $($(NATIVE_MACH64)_LINT)
#
# Makefile.master.64 overrides these settings
#
CC= $(NATIVECC)
CCC= $(NATIVECCC)
CPP= $(NATIVECPP)
AS= $(NATIVEAS)
LD= $(NATIVELD)
LINT= $(NATIVELINT)
CC64= $(NATIVECC64)
CCC64= $(NATIVECCC64)
CPP64= $(NATIVECPP64)
AS64= $(NATIVEAS64)
LD64= $(NATIVELD64)
LINT64= $(NATIVELINT64)
# Pass -Y flag to cpp (method of which is release-dependent)
CCYFLAG= -Y I,
BDIRECT= -Wl,-Bdirect
BDYNAMIC= -Wl,-Bdynamic
BLOCAL= -Wl,-Blocal
BNODIRECT= -Wl,-Bnodirect
BREDUCE= -Wl,-Breduce
BSTATIC= -Wl,-Bstatic
BSYMBOLIC= -Wl,-Bsymbolic
ZDEFS= -Wl,-zdefs
ZDIRECT= -Wl,-zdirect
ZIGNORE= -Wl,-zignore
ZINITFIRST= -Wl,-zinitfirst
ZINTERPOSE= -Wl,-zinterpose
ZLAZYLOAD= -Wl,-zlazyload
ZLOADFLTR= -Wl,-zloadfltr
ZMULDEFS= -Wl,-zmuldefs
ZNODEFAULTLIB= -Wl,-znodefaultlib
ZNODEFS= -Wl,-znodefs
ZNODELETE= -Wl,-znodelete
ZNODLOPEN= -Wl,-znodlopen
ZNODUMP= -Wl,-znodump
ZNOLAZYLOAD= -Wl,-znolazyload
ZNOLDYNSYM= -Wl,-znoldynsym
ZNORELOC= -Wl,-znoreloc
ZNOVERSION= -Wl,-znoversion
ZRECORD= -Wl,-zrecord
ZREDLOCSYM= -Wl,-zredlocsym
ZTEXT= -Wl,-ztext
ZVERBOSE= -Wl,-zverbose
ZASSERTDEFLIB= -Wl,-zassert-deflib
ZGUIDANCE= -Wl,-zguidance
ZFATALWARNINGS= -Wl,-zfatal-warnings
ZASLR= -Wl,-zaslr
GSHARED= -shared
CCMT= -mt
# Handle different PIC models on different ISAs
# (May be overridden by lower-level Makefiles)
sparc_C_PICFLAGS = -fpic
sparcv9_C_PICFLAGS = -fpic
i386_C_PICFLAGS = -fpic
amd64_C_PICFLAGS = -fpic
C_PICFLAGS = $($(MACH)_C_PICFLAGS)
C_PICFLAGS64 = $($(MACH64)_C_PICFLAGS)
sparc_C_BIGPICFLAGS = -fPIC
sparcv9_C_BIGPICFLAGS = -fPIC
i386_C_BIGPICFLAGS = -fPIC
amd64_C_BIGPICFLAGS = -fPIC
C_BIGPICFLAGS = $($(MACH)_C_BIGPICFLAGS)
C_BIGPICFLAGS64 = $($(MACH64)_C_BIGPICFLAGS)
# CC requires there to be no space between '-K' and 'pic' or 'PIC'.
# and does not support -f
sparc_CC_PICFLAGS = -_cc=-Kpic -_gcc=-fpic
sparcv9_CC_PICFLAGS = -_cc=-KPIC -_gcc=-fPIC
i386_CC_PICFLAGS = -_cc=-Kpic -_gcc=-fpic
amd64_CC_PICFLAGS = -_cc=-Kpic -_gcc=-fpic
CC_PICFLAGS = $($(MACH)_CC_PICFLAGS)
CC_PICFLAGS64 = $($(MACH64)_CC_PICFLAGS)
AS_PICFLAGS= -K pic
AS_BIGPICFLAGS= -K PIC
#
# Default label for CTF sections
#
CTFCVTFLAGS= -L VERSION
#
# Override to pass module-specific flags to ctfmerge. Currently used only by
# krtld to turn on fuzzy matching, and source-level debugging to inhibit
# stripping.
#
CTFMRGFLAGS=
CTFCONVERT_O = $(CTFCONVERT) $(CTFCVTFLAGS) $@
# Rules (normally from make.rules) and macros which are used for post
# processing files. Normally, these do stripping of the comment section
# automatically.
# RELEASE_CM: Should be edited to reflect the release.
# POST_PROCESS_O: Post-processing for `.o' files (typically C source)
# POST_PROCESS_S_O: Post-processing for `.o' files built from asssembly
# POST_PROCESS_CC_O: Post-processing for `.o' files built from C++
# POST_PROCESS_A: Post-processing for `.a' files (currently null).
# POST_PROCESS_SO: Post-processing for `.so' files.
# POST_PROCESS: Post-processing for executable files (no suffix).
#
# Note that these macros are not completely generalized as they are to be
# used with the file name to be processed following.
#
# It is left as an exercise to Release Engineering to embellish the generation
# of the release comment string.
#
# If this is a standard development build:
# compress the comment section (mcs -c)
# add the standard comment (mcs -a $(RELEASE_CM))
# add the development specific comment (mcs -a $(DEV_CM))
#
# If this is an installation build:
# delete the comment section (mcs -d)
# add the standard comment (mcs -a $(RELEASE_CM))
# add the development specific comment (mcs -a $(DEV_CM))
#
# If this is an release build:
# delete the comment section (mcs -d)
# add the standard comment (mcs -a $(RELEASE_CM))
#
# The following list of macros are used in the definition of RELEASE_CM
# which is used to label all binaries in the build:
#
# RELEASE Specific release of the build, eg: 5.2
# RELEASE_MAJOR Major version number part of $(RELEASE)
# RELEASE_MINOR Minor version number part of $(RELEASE)
# VERSION Version of the build (alpha, beta, Generic)
# PATCHID If this is a patch this value should contain
# the patchid value (eg: "Generic 100832-01"), otherwise
# it will be set to $(VERSION)
# RELEASE_DATE Date of the Release Build
# PATCH_DATE Date the patch was created, if this is blank it
# will default to the RELEASE_DATE
#
RELEASE_MAJOR= 5
RELEASE_MINOR= 11
RELEASE= $(RELEASE_MAJOR).$(RELEASE_MINOR)
VERSION= SunOS Development
PATCHID= $(VERSION)
RELEASE_DATE= release date not set
PATCH_DATE= $(RELEASE_DATE)
RELEASE_CM= "@($(POUND_SIGN))illumos $(PATCHID) $(PATCH_DATE)"
DEV_CM_TAIL= development build: $(LOGNAME)
DEV_CM= "@($(POUND_SIGN))illumos $(DEV_CM_TAIL)"
UTS_LABEL= $(RELEASE)
#
# The boot banner may be overridden by distributions. Up to five lines can be
# specified by overriding the BOOTBANNER macros, and any line that expands to
# an empty string will not be printed. See comments in
# bootbanner_expand_template() for more details about the template string
# format.
#
BOOTBANNER1= ^o Version ^v ^w-bit
BOOTBANNER2=
BOOTBANNER3=
BOOTBANNER4=
BOOTBANNER5=
PROCESS_COMMENT= @?${MCS} -d -a $(RELEASE_CM) -a $(DEV_CM)
$(RELEASE_BUILD)PROCESS_COMMENT= @?${MCS} -d -a $(RELEASE_CM)
STRIP_STABS= $(STRIP) -x $@
$(SRCDBGBLD)STRIP_STABS= :
POST_PROCESS_O=
POST_PROCESS_S_O=
POST_PROCESS_CC_O=
POST_PROCESS_A=
POST_PROCESS_SO= $(PROCESS_COMMENT) $@ ; $(STRIP_STABS) ; \
$(ELFSIGN_OBJECT)
POST_PROCESS= $(PROCESS_COMMENT) $@ ; $(STRIP_STABS) ; \
$(ELFSIGN_OBJECT)
#
# chk4ubin is a tool that inspects a module for a symbol table
# ELF section size which can trigger an OBP bug on older platforms.
# This problem affects only specific sun4u bootable modules.
#
CHK4UBIN= $(ONBLD_TOOLS)/bin/$(MACH)/chk4ubin
CHK4UBINFLAGS=
CHK4UBINARY= $(CHK4UBIN) $(CHK4UBINFLAGS) $@
#
# PKGARCHIVE specifies the default location where packages should be
# placed if built.
#
$(RELEASE_BUILD)PKGARCHIVESUFFIX= -nd
PKGARCHIVE=$(SRC)/../../packages/$(MACH)/nightly$(PKGARCHIVESUFFIX)
#
# The repositories will be created with these publisher settings. To
# update an image to the resulting repositories, this must match the
# publisher name provided to "pkg set-publisher."
#
PKGPUBLISHER_REDIST= on-nightly
PKGPUBLISHER_NONREDIST= on-extra
# Default build rules which perform comment section post-processing.
#
.c:
$(LINK.c) -o $@ $< $(LDLIBS)
$(POST_PROCESS)
.c.o:
$(COMPILE.c) $(OUTPUT_OPTION) $< $(CTFCONVERT_HOOK)
$(POST_PROCESS_O)
.c.a:
$(COMPILE.c) -o $% $<
$(PROCESS_COMMENT) $%
$(AR) $(ARFLAGS) $@ $%
$(RM) $%
.s.o:
$(COMPILE.s) -o $@ $<
$(POST_PROCESS_S_O)
.s.a:
$(COMPILE.s) -o $% $<
$(PROCESS_COMMENT) $%
$(AR) $(ARFLAGS) $@ $%
$(RM) $%
.cc:
$(LINK.cc) -o $@ $< $(LDLIBS)
$(POST_PROCESS)
.cc.o:
$(COMPILE.cc) $(OUTPUT_OPTION) $<
$(POST_PROCESS_CC_O)
.cc.a:
$(COMPILE.cc) -o $% $<
$(AR) $(ARFLAGS) $@ $%
$(PROCESS_COMMENT) $%
$(RM) $%
.y:
$(YACC.y) $<
$(LINK.c) -o $@ y.tab.c $(LDLIBS)
$(POST_PROCESS)
$(RM) y.tab.c
.y.o:
$(YACC.y) $<
$(COMPILE.c) -o $@ y.tab.c $(CTFCONVERT_HOOK)
$(POST_PROCESS_O)
$(RM) y.tab.c
.l:
$(RM) $*.c
$(LEX.l) $< > $*.c
$(LINK.c) -o $@ $*.c -ll $(LDLIBS)
$(POST_PROCESS)
$(RM) $*.c
.l.o:
$(RM) $*.c
$(LEX.l) $< > $*.c
$(COMPILE.c) -o $@ $*.c $(CTFCONVERT_HOOK)
$(POST_PROCESS_O)
$(RM) $*.c
.bin.o:
$(COMPILE.b) -o $@ $<
$(POST_PROCESS_O)
.java.class:
$(COMPILE.java) $<
# Bourne and Korn shell script message catalog build rules.
# We extract all gettext strings with sed(1) (being careful to permit
# multiple gettext strings on the same line), weed out the dups, and
# build the catalogue with awk(1).
.sh.po .ksh.po:
$(SED) -n -e ":a" \
-e "h" \
-e "s/.*gettext *\(\"[^\"]*\"\).*/\1/p" \
-e "x" \
-e "s/\(.*\)gettext *\"[^\"]*\"\(.*\)/\1\2/" \
-e "t a" \
$< | sort -u | $(AWK) '{ print "msgid\t" $$0 "\nmsgstr" }' > $@
#
# Python and Perl executable and message catalog build rules.
#
.SUFFIXES: .pl .pm .py .pyc
.pl:
$(RM) $@;
$(SED) -e "s@TEXT_DOMAIN@\"$(TEXT_DOMAIN)\"@" $< > $@;
$(CHMOD) +x $@
.py:
$(RM) $@; $(SED) \
-e "1s:^\#!@PYTHON@:\#!$(PYSHEBANG):" \
-e "1s:^\#!@TOOLS_PYTHON@:\#!$(TOOLS_PYTHON):" \
< $< > $@; $(CHMOD) +x $@
.py.pyc:
$(RM) $@
$(PYTHON) -mpy_compile $<
@[ $(<)c = $@ ] || $(MV) $(<)c $@
.py.po:
$(GNUXGETTEXT) $(GNUXGETFLAGS) -d $(<F:%.py=%) $< ;
.pl.po .pm.po:
$(XGETTEXT) $(XGETFLAGS) -d $(<F) $< ;
$(RM) $@ ;
$(SED) "/^domain/d" < $(<F).po > $@ ;
$(RM) $(<F).po
#
# When using xgettext, we want messages to go to the default domain,
# rather than the specified one. This special version of the
# COMPILE.cpp macro effectively prevents expansion of TEXT_DOMAIN,
# causing xgettext to put all messages into the default domain.
#
CPPFORPO=$(COMPILE.cpp:\"$(TEXT_DOMAIN)\"=TEXT_DOMAIN)
.c.i:
$(CPPFORPO) $< > $@
.h.i:
$(CPPFORPO) $< > $@
.y.i:
$(YACC) -d $<
$(CPPFORPO) y.tab.c > $@
$(RM) y.tab.c
.l.i:
$(LEX) $<
$(CPPFORPO) lex.yy.c > $@
$(RM) lex.yy.c
.c.po:
$(CPPFORPO) $< > $<.i
$(BUILD.po)
.cc.po:
$(CPPFORPO) $< > $<.i
$(BUILD.po)
.y.po:
$(YACC) -d $<
$(CPPFORPO) y.tab.c > $<.i
$(BUILD.po)
$(RM) y.tab.c
.l.po:
$(LEX) $<
$(CPPFORPO) lex.yy.c > $<.i
$(BUILD.po)
$(RM) lex.yy.c
#
# Rules to perform stylistic checks
#
.SUFFIXES: .x .xml .check .xmlchk
.h.check:
$(DOT_H_CHECK)
.x.check:
$(DOT_X_CHECK)
.xml.xmlchk:
$(MANIFEST_CHECK)