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!INCLUDE ..\win32\common.mak

sasl_apps=saslpasswd2.exe sasldblistusers2.exe testsuite.exe
sasl_out=saslpasswd2.pdb sasldblistusers2.pdb testsuite.pdb

saslpwd_objs = saslpasswd.obj
sasldblistusers_objs = sasldblistusers.obj
testsuite_objs = testsuite.obj

all_objs = $(saslpwd_objs) $(sasldblistusers_objs) $(testsuite_objs)
all_out = $(sasl_apps) $(sasl_out)

DB_FLAGS = /I $(DB_INCLUDE) /I "..\sasldb"
CPPFLAGS = /I "..\win32\include" /I "." /I "..\include" $(DB_FLAGS) /D "WIN32" /D "_WINDOWS" /D "_MBCS" /D "_USRDLL"
CPPFLAGS = $(CPPFLAGS) /DNEED_GETOPT


DB_LIBS=/libpath:$(DB_LIBPATH) $(DB_LIB)
SASL_LIB=/libpath:"..\lib" libsasl.lib
SASL_DB_LIB=/libpath:"..\plugins" saslSASLDB.lib

# EXTRA_LIBS is automatically included into LINK32EXE_FLAGS/LINK32DLL_FLAGS
EXTRA_LIBS=$(SASL_LIB) 

# Where to install files from this directory
bindir = $(prefix)\bin


all : all-recursive

#
# /I flag to xcopy tells to treat the last parameter as directory and create all missing levels
#
# In order to force xcopy not to confirm if the second parameter is file or directory,
# the first parameter has to contain a wildcard character. For example, we use libsasl.l*,
# instead of libsasl.lib. Ugly, but works!
#
# Note, that we will copy all executabless here, not just $(sasl_apps). This is a bug, but it allows
# us to copy optionally built executables, which might not be in $(sasl_apps). The latter is a feature.
#
install: $(sasl_apps)
	@xcopy *.exe $(bindir) /I /F /Y

all-recursive : $(sasl_apps)

saslpasswd2.exe: $(saslpwd_objs)
	$(LINK32EXE) @<< $(LINK32EXE_FLAGS) /pdb:"saslpasswd2.pdb" /out:"saslpasswd2.exe" $(saslpwd_objs)
<<

sasldblistusers2.exe: $(sasldblistusers_objs)
	$(LINK32EXE) @<< $(LINK32EXE_FLAGS) $(SASL_DB_LIB) /pdb:"sasldblistusers2.pdb" /out:"sasldblistusers2.exe" $(sasldblistusers_objs)
<<

testsuite.exe: $(testsuite_objs)
	$(LINK32EXE) @<< $(LINK32EXE_FLAGS) $(SASL_DB_LIB) /pdb:"testsuite.pdb" /out:"testsuite.exe" $(testsuite_objs)
<<

CLEAN :
	-@erase $(all_objs)
	-@erase "*.idb"
	-@erase "*.pch"
	-@erase "*.pdb"
	-@erase $(all_out)

.c.obj::
   $(CPP) @<<
   $(CPP_PROJ) $< 
<<

.cpp.obj::
   $(CPP) @<<
   $(CPP_PROJ) $< 
<<

.cxx.obj::
   $(CPP) @<<
   $(CPP_PROJ) $< 
<<