pike.git / src / Makefile.in

version» Context lines:

pike.git/src/Makefile.in:1:   # - # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.439 2006/08/02 20:21:34 mast Exp $ + # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.440 2006/08/02 21:02:25 mast Exp $   #      # This line is needed on some machines.   @SET_MAKE@      # Pike embed target, either libpike.so or libpike.a.   PIKE_LIB=@PIKE_LIB@      # Don't change this line. Define EXTRALIBS before this line if you   # wish to add any libraries.
pike.git/src/Makefile.in:292:    exit 1; \    fi      # FIXME: Static linked version; this doesn't work yet!   # Since we need to split linker_options into archives and options.   libpike.a: $(OBJ) modules/linker_options @STATIC_POST_MODULES_LINKOPTS@    -rm -f libpike.a    $(AR) cq libpike.a $(OBJ)    -@RANLIB@ libpike.a    - # tpike is a pike with no post modules compiled in. It's used during - # building of the post modules. + # tpike is only used when dynamic modules aren't. It's a pike with no + # post modules linked in which is used during building of the post + # modules.   tpike-real: main.o $(CORE_OBJ) tmodule.o master-stamp pike.syms modules/linker_options -  -@rm -f tpike || : +  -@rm -f tpike tpike.exe    $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) main.o $(CORE_OBJ) tmodule.o \    `cat modules/linker_options` \    $(LIBS) -o tpike    - # Only want tpike to exist for use with $(RUNTPIKE) in the post - # modules. We don't want to require it actually being up-to-date. - # - # If RUNPIKE has been overridden we don't bother to build tpike. The - # precompile.sh script will then fall back to use RUNPIKE when it - # doesn't find tpike, and we assume that RUNPIKE doesn't point to a - # pike from the stone age. + # Only want tpike to exist for use with $(RUNPIKE) in the modules. We + # don't want to require it actually being up-to-date.   tpike: -  @if test "x$(RUNPIKE)" = "x$(DEFAULT_RUNPIKE)"; then \ -  $(MAKE) $(MAKE_FLAGS) $(MAKE_PARALLEL) tpike-real; \ -  else :; fi +  $(MAKE) $(MAKE_FLAGS) $(MAKE_PARALLEL) tpike-real      # If we build without dynamic modules then tpike is built first with   # all modules under modules/ linked into it, then tpike is used for   # post_modules source targets, and then pike is linked with both   # modules/ and post_modules/.   #   # If we build with dynamic modules then pike is built first with the   # few always-static modules under modules/, then the dynamic modules   # under modules/ are built, then pike is used for post_modules source   # targets, and then all modules under post_modules/ are built