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### @configure_input@

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# Copyright (C) 2000-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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# This file is part of GNU Emacs.

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# GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
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# GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.

# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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# along with GNU Emacs.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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SHELL = @SHELL@
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srcdir = @srcdir@
top_srcdir = @top_srcdir@
lisp = $(srcdir)
VPATH = $(srcdir)
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# Empty for all systems except MinGW, where xargs needs an explicit
# limitation.
XARGS_LIMIT = @XARGS_LIMIT@

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# You can specify a different executable on the make command line,
# e.g. "make EMACS=../src/emacs ...".

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# We never change directory before running Emacs, so a relative file
# name is fine, and makes life easier.  If we need to change
# directory, we can use emacs --chdir.
EMACS = ../src/emacs
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# Command line flags for Emacs.
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EMACSOPT = -batch --no-site-file --no-site-lisp
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# Extra flags to pass to the byte compiler
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BYTE_COMPILE_EXTRA_FLAGS =
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# For example to not display the undefined function warnings you can use this:
# BYTE_COMPILE_EXTRA_FLAGS = --eval '(setq byte-compile-warnings (quote (not unresolved)))'
# The example above is just for developers, it should not be used by default.

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# Automatically generated autoload files, apart from lisp/loaddefs.el.
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# Note this includes only those files that need special rules to
# build; ie it does not need to include things created via
# generated-autoload-file (eg calc/calc-loaddefs.el).
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LOADDEFS = $(lisp)/calendar/cal-loaddefs.el \
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	$(lisp)/calendar/diary-loaddefs.el \
	$(lisp)/calendar/hol-loaddefs.el \
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	$(lisp)/mh-e/mh-loaddefs.el \
	$(lisp)/net/tramp-loaddefs.el
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# Elisp files auto-generated.
AUTOGENEL = loaddefs.el \
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	$(LOADDEFS) \
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	cus-load.el \
	finder-inf.el \
	subdirs.el \
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	emacs-lisp/cl-loaddefs.el \
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	calc/calc-loaddefs.el \
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	eshell/esh-groups.el \
	cedet/semantic/loaddefs.el \
	cedet/ede/loaddefs.el \
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	cedet/srecode/loaddefs.el \
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	obsolete/loaddefs.el \
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	org/org-loaddefs.el
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# Value of max-lisp-eval-depth when compiling initially.
# During bootstrapping the byte-compiler is run interpreted when compiling
# itself, and uses more stack than usual.
#
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BIG_STACK_DEPTH = 2200
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BIG_STACK_OPTS = --eval "(setq max-lisp-eval-depth $(BIG_STACK_DEPTH))"

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# Set load-prefer-newer for the benefit of the non-bootstrappers.
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BYTE_COMPILE_FLAGS = $(BIG_STACK_OPTS) \
  --eval '(setq load-prefer-newer t)' $(BYTE_COMPILE_EXTRA_FLAGS)
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# Files to compile before others during a bootstrap.  This is done to
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# speed up the bootstrap process.  They're ordered by size, so we use
# the slowest-compiler on the smallest file and move to larger files as the
# compiler gets faster.  `autoload.elc' comes last because it is not used by
# the compiler (so its compilation does not speed up subsequent compilations),
# it's only placed here so as to speed up generation of the loaddefs.el file.
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COMPILE_FIRST = \
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	$(lisp)/emacs-lisp/macroexp.elc \
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	$(lisp)/emacs-lisp/cconv.elc    \
	$(lisp)/emacs-lisp/byte-opt.elc \
	$(lisp)/emacs-lisp/bytecomp.elc \
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	$(lisp)/emacs-lisp/autoload.elc
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# Prevent any settings in the user environment causing problems.
unexport EMACSDATA EMACSDOC EMACSPATH

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# The actual Emacs command run in the targets below.
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# Prevent any setting of EMACSLOADPATH in user environment causing problems.
emacs = EMACSLOADPATH= '$(EMACS)' $(EMACSOPT)
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# Common command to find subdirectories
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setwins=for file in `find . -type d -print`; do \
	   case $$file in */.* ) ;; \
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		*) wins="$$wins$${wins:+ }$$file" ;; \
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	   esac; \
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	done
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# Find all subdirectories except `obsolete' and `term'.
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setwins_almost=for file in `find ${srcdir} -type d -print`; do \
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	   case $$file in ${srcdir}*/obsolete | ${srcdir}*/term ) ;; \
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	     *) wins="$$wins$${wins:+ }$$file" ;; \
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	   esac; \
        done
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# Find all subdirectories except `obsolete', `term', and `leim' (and subdirs).
# We don't want the leim files listed as packages, especially
# since many share basenames with files in language/.
setwins_finder=for file in `find ${srcdir} -type d -print`; do \
	   case $$file in ${srcdir}*/obsolete | ${srcdir}*/term | ${srcdir}*/leim* ) ;; \
	     *) wins="$$wins$${wins:+ }$$file" ;; \
	   esac; \
        done

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# Find all subdirectories in which we might want to create subdirs.el.
setwins_for_subdirs=for file in `find ${srcdir} -type d -print`; do \
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	   case $$file in \
	     ${srcdir}*/cedet* | ${srcdir}*/leim* ) ;; \
	     *) wins="$$wins$${wins:+ }$$file" ;; \
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	   esac; \
        done

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# cus-load and finder-inf are not explicitly requested by anything, so
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# we add them here to make sure they get built.
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all: compile-main $(lisp)/cus-load.el $(lisp)/finder-inf.el
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.PHONY: all custom-deps finder-data autoloads update-subdirs
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# custom-deps and finder-data both used to scan _all_ the *.el files.
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# This could lead to problems in parallel builds if automatically
# generated *.el files (eg loaddefs etc) were being changed at the same time.
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# One solution was to add autoloads as a prerequisite:
# http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-pretest-bug/2007-01/msg00469.html
# http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-gnu-emacs/2007-12/msg00171.html
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# However, this meant that running these targets modified loaddefs.el,
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# every time (due to time-stamping).  Calling these rules from
# bootstrap-after would modify loaddefs after src/emacs, resulting
# in make install remaking src/emacs for no real reason:
# http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2008-02/msg00311.html
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# Nowadays these commands don't scan automatically generated files,
# since they will never contain any useful information
# (see finder-no-scan-regexp and custom-dependencies-no-scan-regexp).
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$(lisp)/cus-load.el:
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	$(MAKE) custom-deps
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custom-deps:
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	$(setwins_almost); \
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	echo Directories: $$wins; \
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	$(emacs) -l cus-dep \
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	  --eval '(setq generated-custom-dependencies-file (unmsys--file-name "$(srcdir)/cus-load.el"))' \
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	  -f custom-make-dependencies $$wins
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$(lisp)/finder-inf.el:
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	$(MAKE) finder-data
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finder-data:
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	$(setwins_finder); \
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	echo Directories: $$wins; \
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	$(emacs) -l finder \
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	  --eval '(setq generated-finder-keywords-file (unmsys--file-name "$(srcdir)/finder-inf.el"))' \
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	  -f finder-compile-keywords-make-dist $$wins
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# Use expand-file-name rather than $abs_scrdir so that Emacs does not
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# get confused when it compares file-names for equality.
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# Note that we set no-update-autoloads in _generated_ leim files.
# If you want to allow autoloads in such files, remove that,
# and make this depend on leim.
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autoloads: $(LOADDEFS)
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	$(setwins_almost); \
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	echo Directories: $$wins; \
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	$(emacs) -l autoload \
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	    --eval '(setq autoload-ensure-writable t)' \
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	    --eval '(setq autoload-builtin-package-versions t)' \
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	    --eval '(setq generated-autoload-file (expand-file-name (unmsys--file-name "$(srcdir)/loaddefs.el")))' \
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	    -f batch-update-autoloads $$wins
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	$(MAKE) obsolete-autoloads
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# The obsolete/ subdirectory is normally not scanned for autoloads.
# Sometimes we still want to autoload something from that directory,
# eg iswitchb.
.PHONY: obsolete-autoloads
obsolete-autoloads: ${lisp}/obsolete/*.el
	$(emacs) -l autoload \
	    --eval '(setq generate-autoload-cookie ";;;###obsolete-autoload")' \
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	    --eval '(setq generated-autoload-file (expand-file-name (unmsys--file-name "$(srcdir)/obsolete/loaddefs.el")))' \
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	    -f batch-update-autoloads ${lisp}/obsolete
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# This is required by the bootstrap-emacs target in ../src/Makefile, so
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# we know that if we have an emacs executable, we also have a subdirs.el.
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$(lisp)/subdirs.el:
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	$(MAKE) update-subdirs
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update-subdirs:
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	$(setwins_for_subdirs); \
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	for file in $$wins; do \
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	   $(srcdir)/../build-aux/update-subdirs $$file; \
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	done;

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.PHONY: updates bzr-update update-authors

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# Some modes of make-dist use this.
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updates: update-subdirs autoloads finder-data custom-deps
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# This is useful after "bzr up"; but it doesn't do anything that a
# plain "make" at top-level doesn't.
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# The only difference between this and this directory's "all" rule
# is that this runs "autoloads" as well (because it uses "compile"
# rather than "compile-main").  In a bootstrap, $(lisp) in src/Makefile
# triggers this directory's autoloads rule.
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# Update the AUTHORS file.

update-authors:
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	$(emacs) -L "$(top_srcdir)/admin" -l authors \
	  -f batch-update-authors "$(top_srcdir)/etc/AUTHORS" "$(top_srcdir)"
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ETAGS = ../lib-src/etags

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lisptagsfiles1 = $(srcdir)/*.el
lisptagsfiles2 = $(srcdir)/*/*.el
lisptagsfiles3 = $(srcdir)/*/*/*.el
lisptagsfiles4 = $(srcdir)/*/*/*/*.el
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## The echo | sed | xargs is to stop the command line getting too long
## on MS Windows, when the MSYS Bash passes it to a MinGW compiled
## etags.  It might be better to use find in a similar way to
## compile-main.  But maybe this is not even necessary any more now
## that this uses relative filenames.
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TAGS: $(lisptagsfiles1) $(lisptagsfiles2) $(lisptagsfiles3) $(lisptagsfiles4)
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	rm -f $@
	touch $@
	echo $(lisptagsfiles1) $(lisptagsfiles2) $(lisptagsfiles3) $(lisptagsfiles4) | \
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	  sed -e 's,$(srcdir)/[^ ]*loaddefs[^ ]*,,g' \
	    -e 's,$(srcdir)/ldefs-boot[^ ]*,,' \
	    -e 's,$(srcdir)/[^ ]*esh-groups.el[^ ]*,,' | \
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	    xargs $(XARGS_LIMIT) "$(ETAGS)" -a -o $@

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# The src/Makefile.in has its own set of dependencies and when they decide
# that one Lisp file needs to be re-compiled, we had better recompile it as
# well, otherwise every subsequent make will again call us, until we finally
# end up deciding that yes, the file deserves recompilation.
# One option is to try and reproduce exactly the same dependencies here as
# we have in src/Makefile.in, but it turns out to be painful
# (e.g. src/Makefile.in may have a dependency for ../lisp/foo.elc where we
# only know of $(lisp)/foo.elc).  So instead we provide a direct way for
# src/Makefile.in to rebuild a particular Lisp file, no questions asked.
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# Use byte-compile-refresh-preloaded to try and work around some of
# the most common problems of not bootstrapping from a clean state.
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.PHONY: compile-onefile
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compile-onefile:
	@echo Compiling $(THEFILE)
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	@# Use byte-compile-refresh-preloaded to try and work around some of
	@# the most common bootstrapping problems.
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	@$(emacs) $(BYTE_COMPILE_FLAGS) \
		-l bytecomp -f byte-compile-refresh-preloaded \
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# Files MUST be compiled one by one. If we compile several files in a
# row (i.e., in the same instance of Emacs) we can't make sure that
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# the compilation environment is clean.  We also set the load-path of
# the Emacs used for compilation to the current directory and its
# subdirectories, to make sure require's and load's in the files being
# compiled find the right files.
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.SUFFIXES: .elc .el

# An old-fashioned suffix rule, which, according to the GNU Make manual,
# cannot have prerequisites.
.el.elc:
	@echo Compiling $<
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	@# The BIG_STACK_OPTS are only needed to byte-compile the byte-compiler
	@# files, which is normally done in compile-first, but may also be
	@# recompiled via this rule.
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	@$(emacs) $(BYTE_COMPILE_FLAGS) \
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.PHONY: compile-first compile-main compile compile-always
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compile-first: $(COMPILE_FIRST)
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# In `compile-main' we could directly do
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#    ... | xargs $(MAKE)
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# and it works, but it generates a lot of messages like
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#    make[2]: gnus/gnus-mlspl.elc is up to date.
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# so instead, we use "xargs echo" to split the list of file into manageable
# chunks and then use an intermediate `compile-targets' target so the
# actual targets (the .elc files) are not mentioned as targets on the
# make command line.


.PHONY: compile-targets
# TARGETS is set dynamically in the recursive call from `compile-main'.
compile-targets: $(TARGETS)

# Compile all the Elisp files that need it.  Beware: it approximates
# `no-byte-compile', so watch out for false-positives!
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compile-main: leim semantic compile-clean
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	@(cd $(lisp) && $(setwins); \
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	els=`echo "$$wins " | sed -e 's|/\./|/|g' -e 's|/\. | |g' -e 's| |/*.el |g'`; \
	for el in $$els; do \
	  test -f $$el || continue; \
	  test ! -f $${el}c && GREP_OPTIONS= grep '^;.*no-byte-compile: t' $$el > /dev/null && continue; \
	  echo "$${el}c"; \
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	done | xargs $(XARGS_LIMIT) echo) | \
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	while read chunk; do \
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	  $(MAKE) compile-targets TARGETS="$$chunk"; \
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.PHONY: compile-clean
# Erase left-over .elc files that do not have a corresponding .el file.
compile-clean:
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	@cd $(lisp) && $(setwins); \
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	elcs=`echo "$$wins " | sed -e 's|/\./|/|g' -e 's|/\. | |g' -e 's| |/*.elc |g'`; \
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	for el in `echo $$elcs | sed -e 's/\.elc/\.el/g'`; do \
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	  if test -f "$$el" -o \! -f "$${el}c"; then :; else \
	    echo rm "$${el}c"; \
	    rm "$${el}c"; \
	  fi \
	done

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leim:
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# FIXME.  Yuck.
semantic:
	case ${EMACS} in \
	  .*) EMACS="../${EMACS}" ;; \
	   *) EMACS="${EMACS}" ;; \
	esac; \
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# Compile all Lisp files, but don't recompile those that are up to
# date.  Some .el files don't get compiled because they set the
# local variable no-byte-compile.
# Calling make recursively because suffix rule cannot have prerequisites.
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compile: $(LOADDEFS) autoloads compile-first
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	$(MAKE) compile-main
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# Compile all Lisp files.  This is like `compile' but compiles files
# unconditionally.  Some files don't actually get compiled because they
# set the local variable no-byte-compile.
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compile-always:
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	cd $(lisp) && rm -f *.elc */*.elc */*/*.elc */*/*/*.elc
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	$(MAKE) compile
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.PHONY: backup-compiled-files compile-after-backup
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# Backup compiled Lisp files in elc.tar.gz.  If that file already
# exists, make a backup of it.

backup-compiled-files:
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	-mv $(lisp)/elc.tar.gz $(lisp)/elc.tar.gz~
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	-tar czf $(lisp)/elc.tar.gz $(lisp)/*.elc $(lisp)/*/*.elc $(lisp)/*/*/*.elc $(lisp)/*/*/*/*.elc
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# Compile Lisp files, but save old compiled files first.

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compile-after-backup: backup-compiled-files compile-always
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# This does the same job as the "compile" rule, but in a different way.
# Rather than spawning a separate Emacs instance to compile each file,
# it uses the same Emacs instance to compile everything.
# This is faster on a single core, since it avoids the overhead of
# starting Emacs many times (it was 33% faster on a test with a
# random 10% of the .el files needing recompilation).
# Unlike compile, this is not parallelizable; so if you have more than
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# one core and use make -j#, compile will be (much) faster.
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# This rule also produces less accurate compilation warnings.
# The environment of later files is affected by definitions in
# earlier ones, so it does not produce some warnings that it should.
# It can also produces spurious warnings about "invalid byte code" if
# files that use byte-compile-dynamic are updated.
# There is no reason to use this rule unless you only have a single
# core and CPU time is an issue.
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.PHONY: compile-one-process
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compile-one-process: $(LOADDEFS) compile-first
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	$(emacs) $(BYTE_COMPILE_FLAGS) \
	    --eval "(batch-byte-recompile-directory 0)" $(lisp)
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# Update MH-E internal autoloads. These are not to be confused with
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# the autoloads for the MH-E entry points, which are already in loaddefs.el.
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MH_E_DIR = $(lisp)/mh-e
## MH_E_SRC avoids a circular dependency warning for mh-loaddefs.el.
MH_E_SRC = $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-acros.el $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-alias.el    \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-buffers.el  $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-compat.el   \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-comp.el     $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-e.el        \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-folder.el   $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-funcs.el    \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-gnus.el     $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-identity.el \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-inc.el      $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-junk.el     \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-letter.el   $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-limit.el    \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-mime.el     $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-print.el    \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-scan.el     $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-search.el   \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-seq.el      $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-show.el     \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-speed.el    $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-thread.el   \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-tool-bar.el $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-utils.el    \
	$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-xface.el

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.PHONY: mh-autoloads
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mh-autoloads: $(MH_E_DIR)/mh-loaddefs.el
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$(MH_E_DIR)/mh-loaddefs.el: $(MH_E_SRC)
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	$(emacs) -l autoload \
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	   --eval "(setq generated-autoload-file (expand-file-name (unmsys--file-name \"$@\")))" \
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	   -f batch-update-autoloads $(MH_E_DIR)

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# an own subdirectory. OTOH, it does not hurt to keep them in
# lisp/net.
TRAMP_DIR = $(lisp)/net
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TRAMP_SRC = $(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp.el    $(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-adb.el	\
	$(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-cache.el  $(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-cmds.el	\
	$(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-compat.el $(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-ftp.el	\
	$(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-gvfs.el   $(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-gw.el	\
	$(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-sh.el     $(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-smb.el	\
	$(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-uu.el     $(TRAMP_DIR)/trampver.el
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$(TRAMP_DIR)/tramp-loaddefs.el: $(TRAMP_SRC)
	$(emacs) -l autoload \
	   --eval "(setq generate-autoload-cookie \";;;###tramp-autoload\")" \
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	   -f batch-update-autoloads $(TRAMP_DIR)

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CAL_DIR = $(lisp)/calendar
## Those files that may contain internal calendar autoload cookies.
## Avoids circular dependency warning for *-loaddefs.el.
CAL_SRC = $(CAL_DIR)/cal-bahai.el $(CAL_DIR)/cal-china.el  \
	$(CAL_DIR)/cal-coptic.el  $(CAL_DIR)/cal-dst.el    \
	$(CAL_DIR)/cal-french.el  $(CAL_DIR)/cal-hebrew.el \
	$(CAL_DIR)/cal-html.el    $(CAL_DIR)/cal-islam.el  \
	$(CAL_DIR)/cal-iso.el     $(CAL_DIR)/cal-julian.el \
	$(CAL_DIR)/cal-mayan.el   $(CAL_DIR)/cal-menu.el   \
	$(CAL_DIR)/cal-move.el    $(CAL_DIR)/cal-persia.el \
	$(CAL_DIR)/cal-tex.el     $(CAL_DIR)/cal-x.el      \
	$(CAL_DIR)/calendar.el    $(CAL_DIR)/diary-lib.el  \
	$(CAL_DIR)/holidays.el    $(CAL_DIR)/lunar.el      \
	$(CAL_DIR)/solar.el

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$(CAL_DIR)/cal-loaddefs.el: $(CAL_SRC)
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	$(emacs) -l autoload \
	   --eval "(setq generate-autoload-cookie \";;;###cal-autoload\")" \
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	   --eval "(setq generated-autoload-file (expand-file-name (unmsys--file-name \"$@\")))" \
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	   -f batch-update-autoloads $(CAL_DIR)
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$(CAL_DIR)/diary-loaddefs.el: $(CAL_SRC) $(CAL_DIR)/cal-loaddefs.el
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	$(emacs) -l autoload \
	   --eval "(setq generate-autoload-cookie \";;;###diary-autoload\")" \
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	   --eval "(setq generated-autoload-file (expand-file-name (unmsys--file-name \"$@\")))" \
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	   -f batch-update-autoloads $(CAL_DIR)
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$(CAL_DIR)/hol-loaddefs.el: $(CAL_SRC) $(CAL_DIR)/diary-loaddefs.el
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	$(emacs) -l autoload \
	   --eval "(setq generate-autoload-cookie \";;;###holiday-autoload\")" \
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	   --eval "(setq generated-autoload-file (expand-file-name (unmsys--file-name \"$@\")))" \
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	   -f batch-update-autoloads $(CAL_DIR)
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.PHONY: bootstrap-clean distclean maintainer-clean

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bootstrap-clean:
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	-cd $(lisp) && rm -f *.elc */*.elc */*/*.elc */*/*/*.elc $(AUTOGENEL)
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distclean:
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	-rm -f ./Makefile $(lisp)/loaddefs.el~
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maintainer-clean: distclean bootstrap-clean
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.PHONY: check-declare

check-declare:
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	$(emacs) -l check-declare --eval '(check-declare-directory "$(lisp)")'
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# Dependencies

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## None of the following matters for bootstrap, which is the only way
## to ensure a correct compilation of all lisp files.
## Manually specifying dependencies of a handful of lisp files, (and
## ones that don't change very often at that) seems pretty pointless
## to me.

# http://debbugs.gnu.org/1004
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# CC Mode uses a compile time macro system which causes a compile time
# dependency in cc-*.elc files on the macros in other cc-*.el and the
# version string in cc-defs.el.
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$(lisp)/progmodes/cc-align.elc\
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 $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-cmds.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-compat.elc\
 $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-engine.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-fonts.elc\
 $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-langs.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-menus.elc\
 $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-mode.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-styles.elc\
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   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-bytecomp.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-defs.elc

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$(lisp)/progmodes/cc-align.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-cmds.elc: \
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   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-vars.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-engine.elc

$(lisp)/progmodes/cc-compat.elc: \
   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-vars.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-styles.elc \
   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-engine.elc

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$(lisp)/progmodes/cc-engine.elc: $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-langs.elc \
   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-vars.elc

$(lisp)/progmodes/cc-fonts.elc: $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-langs.elc \
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$(lisp)/progmodes/cc-mode.elc: $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-langs.elc \
   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-vars.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-engine.elc \
   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-styles.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-cmds.elc \
   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-align.elc $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-menus.elc

$(lisp)/progmodes/cc-styles.elc: $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-vars.elc \
   $(lisp)/progmodes/cc-align.elc

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# Makefile ends here.