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# Makefile for rsync. This is processed by configure to produce the final
# Makefile

prefix=@prefix@
exec_prefix=@exec_prefix@
bindir=@bindir@
mandir=@mandir@

LIBS=@LIBS@
CC=@CC@
CFLAGS=@CFLAGS@
CPPFLAGS=@CPPFLAGS@
LDFLAGS=@LDFLAGS@

INSTALLCMD=@INSTALL@

srcdir=@srcdir@
VPATH=$(srcdir)
SHELL=/bin/sh

VERSION=@VERSION@

.SUFFIXES:
.SUFFIXES: .c .o

LIBOBJ=lib/fnmatch.o lib/compat.o lib/snprintf.o lib/mdfour.o \
	lib/permstring.o \
	@LIBOBJS@
ZLIBOBJ=zlib/deflate.o zlib/infblock.o zlib/infcodes.o zlib/inffast.o \
	zlib/inflate.o zlib/inftrees.o zlib/infutil.o zlib/trees.o \
	zlib/zutil.o zlib/adler32.o 
OBJS1=rsync.o generator.o receiver.o cleanup.o sender.o exclude.o util.o main.o checksum.o match.o syscall.o log.o backup.o
OBJS2=options.o flist.o io.o compat.o hlink.o token.o uidlist.o socket.o fileio.o batch.o \
	clientname.o
DAEMON_OBJ = params.o loadparm.o clientserver.o access.o connection.o authenticate.o
popt_OBJS=popt/findme.o  popt/popt.o  popt/poptconfig.o \
	popt/popthelp.o popt/poptparse.o
OBJS=$(OBJS1) $(OBJS2) $(DAEMON_OBJ) $(LIBOBJ) $(ZLIBOBJ) @BUILD_POPT@

tls_OBJ = tls.o syscall.o lib/permstring.o 

# Programs we must have to run the test cases
CHECK_PROGS = rsync tls

# note that the -I. is needed to handle config.h when using VPATH
.c.o:
@OBJ_SAVE@
	$(CC) -I. -I$(srcdir) -I$(srcdir)/popt $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) -c $< @CC_SHOBJ_FLAG@
@OBJ_RESTORE@

all: rsync

man: rsync.1 rsyncd.conf.5

install: all
	-mkdir -p ${bindir}
	${INSTALLCMD} -m 755 rsync ${bindir}
	-mkdir -p ${mandir}/man1
	-mkdir -p ${mandir}/man5
	${INSTALLCMD} -m 644 $(srcdir)/rsync.1 ${mandir}/man1
	${INSTALLCMD} -m 644 $(srcdir)/rsyncd.conf.5 ${mandir}/man5

install-strip:
	$(MAKE) INSTALLCMD='$(INSTALLCMD) -s' install

rsync: $(OBJS)
	@echo "Please ignore warnings below about mktemp -- it is used in a safe way"
	$(CC) $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(LDFLAGS) -o rsync $(OBJS) $(LIBS)

$(OBJS): config.h

tls: $(tls_OBJ)
	$(CC) $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(LDFLAGS) -o $@ $(tls_OBJ) $(LIBS)

Makefile: Makefile.in configure config.status
	echo "WARNING: You need to run ./config.status --recheck"

# don't actually run autoconf, just issue a warning
configure: configure.in
	echo "WARNING: you need to rerun autoconf"

rsync.1: rsync.yo
	yodl2man -o rsync.1 rsync.yo

rsyncd.conf.5: rsyncd.conf.yo
	yodl2man -o rsyncd.conf.5 rsyncd.conf.yo

proto:
	cat *.c lib/compat.c | awk -f mkproto.awk > proto.h

clean:
	rm -f *~ $(OBJS) rsync $(TLS_OBJ) tls
	rm -rf ./testtmp
	rm -f config.cache 

distclean: clean
	rm -f Makefile config.h config.status

# this target is really just for my use. It only works on a limited
# range of machines and is used to produce a list of potentially
# dead (ie. unused) functions in the code. (tridge)
finddead:
	nm *.o */*.o |grep 'U ' | awk '{print $$2}' | sort -u > nmused.txt
	nm *.o */*.o |grep 'T ' | awk '{print $$3}' | sort -u > nmfns.txt
	comm -13 nmused.txt nmfns.txt 

# 'check' is the GNU name, 'test' is the name for everybody else :-)
.PHONY: check test

test: check


# There seems to be no standard way to specify some variables as
# exported from a Makefile apart from listing them like this.

# TODO: Tests that depend on built test aide programs like tls need to
# know where the build directory is.

# This depends on building rsync; if we need any helper programs it
# should depend on them too.

# We try to run the scripts with POSIX mode on, in the hope that will
# catch Bash-isms earlier even if we're running on GNU.  Of course, we
# might lose in the future where POSIX diverges from old sh.

check: all $(CHECK_PROGS)
	POSIXLY_CORRECT=1 TLS=`pwd`/tls rsync_bin=`pwd`/rsync srcdir="$(srcdir)" $(srcdir)/runtests.sh

# This does *not* depend on building or installing: you can use it to
# check a version installed from a binary or some other source tree,
# if you want.

installcheck: $(CHECK_PROGS)
	POSIXLY_CORRECT=1 TLS=`pwd`/tls rsync_bin="$(bindir)/rsync" srcdir="$(srcdir)" $(srcdir)/runtests.sh

# TODO: Add 'dist' target; need to know which files will be included