make-rules/attpackagemake.mk
author Dan Labrecque <dan.labrecque@oracle.com>
Thu, 24 May 2012 04:16:47 -0400
changeset 827 0944d8c0158b
parent 789 5f074ca23733
child 844 55358dcf0cb2
permissions -rw-r--r--
7169052 Integrate Visual Panels into Userland
#
# CDDL HEADER START
#
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# Common Development and Distribution License (the "License").
# You may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
#
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# CDDL HEADER END
#
# Copyright (c) 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
#
#
# Rules and Macros for building opens source software that uses AT&T's package
# tool.
#
# To use these rules, include ../make-rules/attpackagemake.mk in your Makefile
# and define "build", "install" targets appropriate to building your component.
# Ex:
#
# 	build:		$(BUILD_32) \
#	 		$(BUILD_64)
# 
#	install:	$(INSTALL_32) \
#	 		$(INSTALL_64)
#
# Any additional pre/post configure, build, or install actions can be specified
# in your Makefile by setting them in on of the following macros:
#	COMPONENT_PRE_BUILD_ACTION, COMPONENT_POST_BUILD_ACTION
#	COMPONENT_PRE_INSTALL_ACTION, COMPONENT_POST_INSTALL_ACTION
#
# If component specific make targets need to be used for build or install, they
# can be specified in
#	COMPONENT_BUILD_TARGETS, COMPONENT_INSTALL_TARGETS
#

# Environment variables and arguments passed into the build and install
# environment(s).  These are the initial settings.
COMPONENT_BUILD_ENV += \
	CC="$(CC)" \
	CCFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)" \
	CCFLAGS.FORCE="$(CXXFLAGS)" \
	CC.RUNPATH="$(CC.RUNPATH)" \
	CC.LD.RUNPATH="$(CC.LD.RUNPATH)" \
	CC.LD.ORIGIN="$(CC.LD.ORIGIN)" \
	CC.DLL.ORIGIN="$(CC.DLL.ORIGIN)" \
	CCLDFLAGS="$(CXXFLAGS)" \
	LDOPTIONS="$(CXXFLAGS)" \
	NPROCS="$(NPROCS)" \
	LDFLAGS="$(CXXFLAGS)"

# This is a workaround for the AT&T nmake failing to always use
# the environmental CCFLAGS in sub-compiles
COMPONENT_BUILD_ARGS= $(COMPONENT_BUILD_ENV)

# build the configured source
$(BUILD_DIR)/%/.built:	$(SOURCE_DIR)/.prep
	$(RM) -r $(@D) ; $(MKDIR) $(@D)
	$(CLONEY) $(SOURCE_DIR) $(@D)
	$(COMPONENT_PRE_BUILD_ACTION)
	cd $(@D); $(ENV) $(COMPONENT_BUILD_ENV) \
   		bin/package make $(COMPONENT_BUILD_TARGETS) $(COMPONENT_BUILD_ARGS)
	$(COMPONENT_POST_BUILD_ACTION)
	$(TOUCH) [email protected]

# install the built source into a prototype area
$(BUILD_DIR)/%/.installed:	$(BUILD_DIR)/%/.built
	$(COMPONENT_PRE_INSTALL_ACTION)
	$(RM) -r $(PROTO_DIR)/$(MACH$(BITS)); $(MKDIR) $(PROTO_DIR)/$(MACH$(BITS));
	cd $(@D) ; $(ENV) $(COMPONENT_INSTALL_ENV) \
		bin/package flat $(COMPONENT_INSTALL_TARGETS) \
		$(PROTO_DIR)/$(MACH$(BITS)) $(COMPONENT_INSTALL_PACKAGES) 
	$(COMPONENT_POST_INSTALL_ACTION)
	$(TOUCH) [email protected]

# test the built source
$(BUILD_DIR)/%/.tested: $(BUILD_DIR)/%/.built
	$(COMPONENT_PRE_TEST_ACTION)
	cd $(@D) ; $(ENV) $(COMPONENT_TEST_ENV) bin/package \
		test $(COMPONENT_TEST_TARGETS) 
	$(COMPONENT_POST_TEST_ACTION)
	$(TOUCH) [email protected]

clean::
	$(RM) -r $(BUILD_DIR) $(PROTO_DIR)