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#==============================================================================
# Makefile for UnZip, UnZipSFX and fUnZip:  Unix and MS-DOS ("real" makes only)
# Version:  5.51                                                    01 Mar 2004
#==============================================================================


# INSTRUCTIONS (such as they are):
#
# "make sunos"	-- makes UnZip in current directory on a generic SunOS 4.x Sun
# "make list"	-- lists all supported systems (targets)
# "make help"	-- provides pointers on what targets to try if problems occur
# "make wombat" -- chokes and dies if you haven't added the specifics for your
#		    Wombat 68000 (or whatever) to the systems list
#
# CF are flags for the C compiler.  LF are flags for the loader.  LF2 are more
# flags for the loader, if they need to be at the end of the line instead of at
# the beginning (for example, some libraries).  FL and FL2 are the corre-
# sponding flags for fUnZip.  LOCAL_UNZIP is an environment variable that can
# be used to add default C flags to your compile without editing the Makefile
# (e.g., -DDEBUG_STRUC, or -FPi87 on PCs using Microsoft C).
#
# Some versions of make do not define the macro "$(MAKE)"; this is rare, but
# if things don't work, try using "make" instead of "$(MAKE)" in your system's
# makerule.  Or try adding the following line to your .login file:
#	setenv MAKE "make"
# (That never works--makes that are too stupid to define MAKE are also too
# stupid to look in the environment--but try it anyway for kicks. :-) )
#
# Memcpy and memset are provided for those systems that don't have them; they
# are in fileio.c and will be used if -DZMEM is included in CF.  These days
# almost all systems have them.
#
# Be sure to test your new UnZip (and UnZipSFX and fUnZip); successful compila-
# tion does not always imply a working program.


#####################
# MACRO DEFINITIONS #
#####################

# Defaults most systems use (use LOCAL_UNZIP in environment to add flags,
# such as -DDOSWILD).

# UnZip flags
CC = cc#	try using "gcc" target rather than changing this (CC and LD
LD = $(CC)#	must match, else "unresolved symbol:  ___main" is possible)
AS = as
LOC = $(LOCAL_UNZIP)
AF = $(LOC)
CF = -O -I. -DUNIX $(LOC)
LF = -o unzip
LF2 = -s

# UnZipSFX flags
SL = -o unzipsfx
SL2 = $(LF2)

# fUnZip flags
FL = -o funzip
FL2 = $(LF2)

# general-purpose stuff
#CP = cp
CP = ln
LN = ln
RM = rm -f
CHMOD = chmod
BINPERMS = 755
MANPERMS = 644
STRIP = strip
E =
O = .o
M = unix
SHELL = /bin/sh

# Version info for unix/unix.c
HOST_VERSINFO=-DIZ_CC_NAME='\"\$$(CC) \"' -DIZ_OS_NAME='\"`uname -a`\"'

# defaults for crc32 stuff and system dependent headers
CRC32 = crc32
OSDEP_H =

# object files
OBJS1 = unzip$O $(CRC32)$O crctab$O crypt$O envargs$O explode$O
OBJS2 = extract$O fileio$O globals$O inflate$O list$O match$O
OBJS3 = process$O ttyio$O unreduce$O unshrink$O zipinfo$O
OBJS = $(OBJS1) $(OBJS2) $(OBJS3) $M$O
LOBJS = $(OBJS)
OBJSDLL = $(OBJS:.o=.pic.o) api.pic.o
OBJX = unzipsfx$O $(CRC32)$O crctab_$O crypt_$O extract_$O fileio_$O \
	globals_$O inflate_$O match_$O process_$O ttyio_$O $M_$O
LOBJX = $(OBJX)
OBJF = funzip$O $(CRC32)$O cryptf$O globalsf$O inflatef$O ttyiof$O
#OBJS_OS2 = $(OBJS1:.o=.obj) $(OBJS2:.o=.obj) os2.obj
#OBJF_OS2 = $(OBJF:.o=.obj)
UNZIP_H = unzip.h unzpriv.h globals.h $(OSDEP_H)

# installation
# (probably can change next two to `install' and `install -d' if you have it)
INSTALL = cp
INSTALL_PROGRAM = $(INSTALL)
INSTALL_D = mkdir -p
# on some systems, manext=l and MANDIR=/usr/man/man$(manext) may be appropriate
manext = 1
prefix = /usr/local
BINDIR = $(prefix)/bin#			where to install executables
MANDIR = $(prefix)/man/man$(manext)#	where to install man pages
INSTALLEDBIN = $(BINDIR)/funzip$E $(BINDIR)/unzip$E $(BINDIR)/unzipsfx$E \
	$(BINDIR)/zipgrep$E $(BINDIR)/zipinfo$E
INSTALLEDMAN = $(MANDIR)/funzip.$(manext) $(MANDIR)/unzip.$(manext) \
	$(MANDIR)/unzipsfx.$(manext) $(MANDIR)/zipgrep.$(manext) \
	$(MANDIR)/zipinfo.$(manext)

# Solaris 2.x stuff:
PKGDIR = IZunzip
VERSION = Version 5.5

UNZIPS = unzip$E funzip$E unzipsfx$E
# this is a little ugly...well, OK, it's a lot ugly:
MANS = man/funzip.1 man/unzip.1 man/unzipsfx.1 man/zipgrep.1 man/zipinfo.1
DOCS = funzip.txt unzip.txt unzipsfx.txt zipgrep.txt zipinfo.txt

# list of supported systems/targets in this version
SYSTEMSG = generic generic2 generic3 generic_zlib generic_shlib
SYSTEMS1 = 386i 3Bx 7300 7300_gcc aix aix_rt amdahl amdahl_eft apollo aviion
SYSTEMS2 = bsd bsdi bsdi_noasm bull coherent convex cray cray_opt cyber_sgi
SYSTEMS3 = cygwin dec dnix encore eta freebsd gcc gould hk68 hp hpux
SYSTEMS4 = isc isc_gcc isi linux linux_dos linux_noasm linux_shlib linux_shlibz
SYSTEMS5 = lynx macosx macosx_gcc minix mips mpeix next next10 next2x next3x
SYSTEMS6 = nextfat osf1 pixel ptx pyramid qnxnto realix regulus rs6000 sco
SYSTEMS7 = sco_dos sco_sl sco_x286 sequent sgi solaris solaris_pkg stardent
SYSTEMS8 = stellar sunos3 sunos4 sysv sysv_gcc sysv6300 tahoe ti_sysv ultrix
SYSTEMS9 = vax v7 wombat xenix xos


####################
# DEFAULT HANDLING #
####################

# By default, print help on which makefile targets to try.  (The SYSTEM
# variable is no longer supported; use "make <target>" instead.)

help:
	@echo ""
	@echo\
 "  If you're not sure about the characteristics of your system, try typing"
	@echo\
 '  "make generic".  If the compiler barfs and says something unpleasant about'
	@echo\
 '  "timezone redefined," try typing "make clean" followed by "make generic2".'
	@echo\
 '  If, on the other hand, it complains about an undefined symbol _ftime, try'
	@echo\
 '  typing "make clean" followed by "make generic3".  One of these actions'
	@echo\
 '  should produce a working copy of unzip on most Unix systems.  If you know'
	@echo\
 '  a bit more about the machine on which you work, you might try "make list"'
	@echo\
 '  for a list of the specific systems supported herein.  (Many of them do'
	@echo\
 "  exactly the same thing, so don't agonize too much over which to pick if"
	@echo\
 '  two or more sound equally likely.)  Also check out the INSTALL file for'
	@echo\
 '  notes on compiling various targets.  As a last resort, feel free to read'
	@echo\
 '  the numerous comments within the Makefile itself.'
	@echo\
 '  Have a mostly pretty good day.'
	@echo ""

list:
	@echo ""
	@echo\
 'Type "make <system>", where <system> is one of the following:'
	@echo ""
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMSG)"
	@echo ""
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS1)"
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS2)"
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS3)"
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS4)"
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS5)"
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS6)"
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS7)"
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS8)"
	@echo  "	$(SYSTEMS9)"
#	@echo ""
#	@echo\
# 'Targets for related utilities (ZipInfo and fUnZip) include:'
#	@echo ""
#	@echo  "	$(SYS_UTIL1)"
#	@echo  "	$(SYS_UTIL2)"
	@echo ""
	@echo\
 'For further (very useful) information, please read the comments in Makefile.'
	@echo ""

generic_msg:
	@echo ""
	@echo\
 '  Attempting "make generic" now.  If this fails for some reason, type'
	@echo\
 '  "make help" and/or "make list" for suggestions.'
	@echo ""


###############################################
# BASIC COMPILE INSTRUCTIONS AND DEPENDENCIES #
###############################################

# this is for GNU make; comment out and notify zip-bugs if it causes errors
.SUFFIXES:	.c .o .obj .pic.o

# yes, we should be able to use the $O macro to combine these two, but it
# fails on some brain-damaged makes (e.g., AIX's)...no big deal
.c.o:
	$(CC) -c $(CF) $*.c

.c.obj:
	$(CC) -c $(CF) $*.c

.c.pic.o:
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -o $@ $*.c

# this doesn't work...directories are always a pain with implicit rules
#.1.txt:		man/$<
#	nroff -Tman -man $< | col -b | uniq | \
#	 sed 's/Sun Release ..../Info-ZIP        /' > $@


# these rules may be specific to Linux (or at least the GNU groff package)
# and are really intended only for the authors' use in creating non-Unix
# documentation files (which are provided with both source and binary
# distributions).  We should probably add a ".1.txt" rule for more generic
# systems...

funzip.txt:	man/funzip.1
	nroff -Tascii -man man/funzip.1 | col -b | uniq | expand > $@

unzip.txt:	man/unzip.1
	nroff -Tascii -man man/unzip.1 | col -b | uniq | expand > $@

unzipsfx.txt:	man/unzipsfx.1
	nroff -Tascii -man man/unzipsfx.1 | col -b | uniq | expand > $@

zipgrep.txt:	man/zipgrep.1
	nroff -Tascii -man man/zipgrep.1 | col -b | uniq | expand > $@

zipinfo.txt:	man/zipinfo.1
	nroff -Tascii -man man/zipinfo.1 | col -b | uniq | expand > $@


all:		generic_msg generic
unzips:		$(UNZIPS)
objs:		$(OBJS)
objsdll:	$(OBJSDLL)
docs:		$(DOCS)
unzipsman:	unzips docs
unzipsdocs:	unzips docs


# EDIT HERE FOR PARALLEL MAKES on Sequent (and others?)--screws up MS-DOS
# make utilities if default:  change "unzip$E:" to "unzip$E:&"

unzip$E:	$(OBJS)			# add `&' for parallel makes
	$(LD) $(LF) $(LOBJS) $(LF2)

unzipsfx$E:	$(OBJX)			# add `&' for parallel makes
	$(LD) $(SL) $(LOBJX) $(SL2)

funzip$E:	$(OBJF)			# add `&' for parallel makes
	$(LD) $(FL) $(OBJF) $(FL2)

zipinfo$E:	unzip$E			# `&' is pointless here...
	@echo\
 '  This is a Unix-specific target.  ZipInfo is not enabled in some MS-DOS'
	@echo\
 '  versions of UnZip; if it is in yours, copy unzip.exe to zipinfo.exe'
	@echo\
 '  or else invoke as "unzip -Z" (in a batch file, for example).'
	$(LN) unzip$E zipinfo$E


crc32$O:	crc32.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h
crctab$O:	crctab.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h
crypt$O:	crypt.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h crypt.h ttyio.h
envargs$O:	envargs.c $(UNZIP_H)
explode$O:	explode.c $(UNZIP_H)
extract$O:	extract.c $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h
fileio$O:	fileio.c $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h ttyio.h ebcdic.h
funzip$O:	funzip.c $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h ttyio.h tables.h
globals$O:	globals.c $(UNZIP_H)
inflate$O:	inflate.c inflate.h $(UNZIP_H)
list$O:		list.c $(UNZIP_H)
match$O:	match.c $(UNZIP_H)
process$O:	process.c $(UNZIP_H)
ttyio$O:	ttyio.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h crypt.h ttyio.h
unreduce$O:	unreduce.c $(UNZIP_H)
unshrink$O:	unshrink.c $(UNZIP_H)
unzip$O:	unzip.c $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h unzvers.h consts.h
zipinfo$O:	zipinfo.c $(UNZIP_H)

unzipsfx$O:	unzip.c $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h unzvers.h consts.h	# unzipsfx only
	-$(CP) unzip.c unzipsfx.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX unzipsfx.c
	$(RM) unzipsfx.c

crctab_$O:	crctab.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h
	-$(CP) crctab.c crctab_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX crctab_.c
	$(RM) crctab_.c

crypt_$O:	crypt.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h crypt.h ttyio.h	# unzipsfx only
	-$(CP) crypt.c crypt_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX crypt_.c
	$(RM) crypt_.c

extract_$O:	extract.c $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h			# unzipsfx only
	-$(CP) extract.c extract_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX extract_.c
	$(RM) extract_.c

fileio_$O:	fileio.c $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h ttyio.h ebcdic.h
	-$(CP) fileio.c fileio_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX fileio_.c
	$(RM) fileio_.c

globals_$O:	globals.c $(UNZIP_H)				# unzipsfx only
	-$(CP) globals.c globals_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX globals_.c
	$(RM) globals_.c

inflate_$O:	inflate.c inflate.h $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h		# unzipsfx only
	-$(CP) inflate.c inflate_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX inflate_.c
	$(RM) inflate_.c

match_$O:	match.c $(UNZIP_H)				# unzipsfx only
	-$(CP) match.c match_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX match_.c
	$(RM) match_.c

process_$O:	process.c $(UNZIP_H)				# unzipsfx only
	-$(CP) process.c process_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX process_.c
	$(RM) process_.c

ttyio_$O:	ttyio.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h crypt.h ttyio.h	# unzipsfx only
	-$(CP) ttyio.c ttyio_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX ttyio_.c
	$(RM) ttyio_.c


cryptf$O:	crypt.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h crypt.h ttyio.h	# funzip only
	-$(CP) crypt.c cryptf.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DFUNZIP cryptf.c
	$(RM) cryptf.c

globalsf$O:	globals.c $(UNZIP_H)				# funzip only
	-$(CP) globals.c globalsf.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DFUNZIP globalsf.c
	$(RM) globalsf.c

inflatef$O:	inflate.c inflate.h $(UNZIP_H) crypt.h		# funzip only
	-$(CP) inflate.c inflatef.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DFUNZIP inflatef.c
	$(RM) inflatef.c

ttyiof$O:	ttyio.c $(UNZIP_H) zip.h crypt.h ttyio.h	# funzip only
	-$(CP) ttyio.c ttyiof.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DFUNZIP ttyiof.c
	$(RM) ttyiof.c


# optional assembler replacements
crc_i86$O:	msdos/crc_i86.asm				# 16bit only
	$(AS) $(AF) msdos/crc_i86.asm $(ASEOL)

crc_gcc$O:	crc_i386.S					# 32bit, GNU AS
	$(AS) $(AF) -x assembler-with-cpp -c -o $@ crc_i386.S

crc_gcc.pic.o:	crc_i386.S					# 32bit, GNU AS
	$(AS) $(AF) -x assembler-with-cpp -c -o $@ crc_i386.S

crc_sysv$O:	crc_i386.S					# 32bit, SysV AS
	$(CC) -E $(AF) crc_i386.S > crc_i386s.s
	$(AS) -o $@ crc_i386s.s
	$(RM) crc_i386s.s

msdos$O:	msdos/msdos.c $(UNZIP_H) unzvers.h		# DOS only
	$(CC) -c $(CF) msdos/msdos.c

msdos_$O:	msdos/msdos.c $(UNZIP_H)			# DOS unzipsfx
	-$(CP) msdos/msdos.c msdos_.c > nul
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX msdos_.c
	$(RM) msdos_.c

#os2$O:		os2/os2.c $(UNZIP_H)				# OS/2 only
#	$(CC) -c $(CF) os2/os2.c

unix$O:		unix/unix.c $(UNZIP_H) unzvers.h		# Unix only
	$(CC) -c $(CF) unix/unix.c

unix_$O:	unix/unix.c $(UNZIP_H)				# Unix unzipsfx
	-$(CP) unix/unix.c unix_.c
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -DSFX unix_.c
	$(RM) unix_.c

unix.pic.o:	unix/unix.c $(UNZIP_H) unzvers.h		# Unix shlib
	$(CC) -c $(CF) -o $@ unix/unix.c


unix_make:
#	@echo\
# '(Ignore any errors from `make'"' due to the following command; it's harmless.)"
	-@2>&1 $(LN) unix/Makefile . > /dev/null || echo > /dev/null

# this really only works for Unix targets, unless E and O specified on cmd line
clean:
	@echo ""
	@echo '         This is a Unix-specific target.  (Just so you know.)'
	@echo ""
	rm -f $(UNZIPS) $(OBJS) $(OBJF) $(OBJX) api$O apihelp$O crc_gcc$O \
	  crc_sysv$O unzipstb$O crypt_.c extract_.c globals_.c inflate_.c \
	  ttyio_.c crc_i386s.s msdos_.c process_.c unix_.c unzipsfx.c
	rm -rf ./$(PKGDIR)

# Package generation interface (by J.Bush).  Originally tested under Sun
# Solaris 2.x.  Other SVr4s may be very similar and could possibly use this.
# Note:  expects version info to be stored in VERSION macro variable.
# See "README" under ./unix/Packaging
#
svr4package:	unzips
	@echo "Creating SVR4 package for Unix ..."
	-@rm -rf ./$(PKGDIR) ./$(PKGDIR)_`uname -p`.pkg
	-@sed -e "s/.VERSION./$(VERSION)/g" \
	      -e "s/.PSTAMP./$(LOGNAME)_`date | tr  ' ' '_'`/g" \
	      -e "s/.ARCH./Solaris_`uname -rp | tr ' ' ','`/g" \
	      ./unix/Packaging/pkginfo.in > ./unix/Packaging/pkginfo
	-@sed -e "s/.ARCH./`uname -p`/g" \
	      ./unix/Packaging/preinstall.in > ./unix/Packaging/preinstall
	/usr/bin/pkgmk -d . -b . -r . -f ./unix/Packaging/prototype $(PKGDIR)
	/usr/bin/pkgtrans -o -s . $(PKGDIR)_`uname -p`.pkg $(PKGDIR)
	@echo " "
	@echo "To install, copy $(PKGDIR)_`uname -p`.pkg to the target system, and"
	@echo "issue the command (as root):  pkgadd -d $(PKGDIR)_`uname -p`.pkg"
	@echo " "

install:	$(MANS)
	-$(INSTALL_D) $(BINDIR)
	$(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $(UNZIPS) $(BINDIR)
	$(INSTALL) unix/zipgrep $(BINDIR)
	$(RM) $(BINDIR)/zipinfo$E
	$(LN) $(BINDIR)/unzip$E $(BINDIR)/zipinfo$E
	-$(INSTALL_D) $(MANDIR)
	$(INSTALL) man/funzip.1 $(MANDIR)/funzip.$(manext)
	$(INSTALL) man/unzip.1 $(MANDIR)/unzip.$(manext)
	$(INSTALL) man/unzipsfx.1 $(MANDIR)/unzipsfx.$(manext)
	$(INSTALL) man/zipgrep.1 $(MANDIR)/zipgrep.$(manext)
	$(INSTALL) man/zipinfo.1 $(MANDIR)/zipinfo.$(manext)
	$(CHMOD) $(BINPERMS) $(INSTALLEDBIN)
	$(CHMOD) $(MANPERMS) $(INSTALLEDMAN)

uninstall:
	$(RM) $(INSTALLEDBIN) $(INSTALLEDMAN)


# the test zipfile
TESTZIP = testmake.zip

# test some basic features of the build
test:		check

check:
	@echo '#####  This is a Unix-specific target.  (Just so you know.)'
	@echo '#####     Make sure unzip, funzip and unzipsfx are compiled and'
	@echo '#####     in this directory.'
	@if test ! -f ./unzip; then \
	    echo "#####  ERROR:  can't find ./unzip"; exit 1; fi
	@if test ! -f ./funzip; then \
	    echo "#####  ERROR:  can't find ./funzip"; exit 1; fi
	@if test ! -f ./unzipsfx; then \
	    echo "#####  ERROR:  can't find ./unzipsfx"; exit 1; fi
#
	@if test ! -f $(TESTZIP); then \
	    echo "#####  ERROR:  can't find test file $(TESTZIP)"; exit 1; fi
#
	@echo "#####  testing extraction"
	@./unzip -bo $(TESTZIP) testmake.zipinfo
	@if test ! -f testmake.zipinfo ; then \
	    echo "#####  ERROR:  file extraction from $(TESTZIP) failed"; \
	    exit 1; fi
#
	@echo '#####  testing zipinfo (unzip -Z)'
	@./unzip -Z $(TESTZIP) > testmake.unzip-Z
	@if diff testmake.unzip-Z testmake.zipinfo; then echo "OK."; else \
	    echo "#####  WARNING:  zipinfo output doesn't match stored version"; \
	    echo '#####     (If the only difference is the file times, compare your'; \
	    echo '#####      timezone with the Central European timezone, which is one'; \
	    echo '#####      hour east of Greenwich but effectively 2 hours east'; \
	    echo '#####      during summer Daylight Savings Time.  The upper two'; \
	    echo '#####      lines should correspond to your local time when the'; \
	    echo '#####      files were created, on 19 November 1998 at 10:46pm CET.'; \
	    echo '#####      If the times are consistent, please ignore this warning.)'; \
	    fi
	@$(RM) testmake.unzip-Z testmake.zipinfo
#
	@echo '#####  testing unzip -d exdir option'
	@./unzip -bo $(TESTZIP) -d testun notes
	@cat testun/notes
#
	@echo '#####  testing unzip -o and funzip (ignore funzip warning)'
	@./unzip -boq $(TESTZIP) notes -d testun
	@./funzip < $(TESTZIP) > testun/notes2
	@if diff testun/notes testun/notes2; then true; else \
	    echo '#####  ERROR:  funzip output disagrees with unzip'; fi
#
	@echo '#####  testing unzipsfx (self-extractor)'
	@cat unzipsfx $(TESTZIP) > testsfx
	@$(CHMOD) 0700 testsfx
	@./testsfx -bo notes
	@if diff notes testun/notes; then true; else \
	    echo '#####  ERROR:  unzipsfx file disagrees with unzip'; fi
	@$(RM) testsfx notes testun/notes testun/notes2
	@rmdir testun
#
	@echo '#####  testing complete.'


################################
# INDIVIDUAL MACHINE MAKERULES #
################################

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  Generic targets (can't assume make utility groks "$(MAKE)")
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

generic:	unzips	   # first try if unknown

generic2:	unix_make  # second try if unknown:  hope make is called "make"
	make -f unix/Makefile unzips CF="$(CF) -DBSD"

generic3:	unix_make  # third try if unknown:  hope make is called "make"
	make -f unix/Makefile unzips CF="$(CF) -DSYSV"

# Generic unzip and funzip target using either shared or static zlib for
# inflate rather than the original UnZip version.  (libz was libgz prior
# to 0.94)  Need to figure out how to force unzipsfx to use static libz.

generic_zlib:	unix_make
	@echo\
 "This target assumes zlib (libz.a or libz.so.*) is already installed."
	$(MAKE) unzip funzip CF="$(CF) -DUSE_ZLIB" LF2="-lz $(LF2)"

# Generic GNU C shared library.  This is an example of how to compile UnZip as
# a shared library.  (Doing so as a static library would be similar.)  See also
# the linux_shlib target.

generic_shlib:	unix_make
	@echo\
 'This target requires GNU C.  When done, do "setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH `pwd`"'
	@echo\
 'or similar in order to test the shared library in place (with ./unzip_shlib ,'
	@echo\
 'which is UnZip linked with the DLL).  This target is an example only.'
	@echo ""
	$(MAKE) objsdll CC=gcc CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -fPIC -DDLL -DUNIX $(LOC)"
	gcc -shared -Wl,-soname,libunzip.so.0 -o libunzip.so.0.4 $(OBJSDLL)
	$(RM) libunzip.so.0 libunzip.so
	$(LN) -s libunzip.so.0.4 libunzip.so.0
	$(LN) -s libunzip.so.0 libunzip.so
	gcc -c -O unzipstb.c
	gcc -o unzip_shlib unzipstb.o -L. -lunzip

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  "Normal" group (BSD vs. SysV may be set in unzip.h via predefined macros):
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

386i:		unzips	# sun386i, SunOS 4.0.2
#3Bx:		unzips	# AT&T 3B2/1000-80; should work on any WE32XXX machine
#aix_rt:		unzips	# IBM RT 6150 under AIX 2.2.1
bull:		unzips	# Bull DPX/2, BOS 2.00.45 (doesn't require -Xk switch)
convex:		unzips	# Convex C-120 and C-210 (-O is enough; -ext is default)
cray:		unzips	# Cray-2 and Y-MP, using default (possibly old) compiler
dec:		unzips	# DEC 5820 (MIPS RISC), test version of Ultrix v4.0
encore:		unzips	# Multimax
eta:		unzips	# ETA-10P*, hybrid SysV with BSD 4.3 enhancements
gould:		unzips	# Gould PN9000 running UTX/32 2.1Bu01
hp:		unzips	# HP 9000 series (68020), 4.3BSD or HP-UX A.B3.10 Ver D
hpux:		unzips	# (to match zip's makefile entry)
mips:		unzips	# MIPS M120-5(?), SysV.3 [error in sys/param.h file?]
next10:		unzips	# NeXT (generic; use next2x or next3x for better opt.)
osf1:		unzips	# DECstation, including Alpha-based; DEC OSF/1 v1.x
pyr_:		unzips	# [failsafe target for pyramid target below]
pyr_ucb:	unzips	# Pyramids running BSD universe by default (see below)
realix:		unzips	# Modcomp Real/IX (SysV.3); note "gcc" = GLS C, not GNU
sco:		unzips	# Xenix/386 (tested on 2.3.1); SCO Unix 3.2.0.
sgi:		unzips	# Silicon Graphics; Irix 3.3.2, 4.0.x, 5.2, etc.
stellar:	unzips	# gs-2000
sun:		unzips	# old target; no good with solaris...use "sunos" now
sunos:		unzips	# no good with SunOS 3.x...use "sunos3" or "sunos4" now
sunos4:		unzips	# Sun 3, 4; SunOS 4.x (SOME SYSTEMS ARE SYSTEM V!)
tahoe:		unzips	# tahoe (CCI Power6/32), 4.3BSD
ultrix:		unzips	# VAXen, DEC 58x0 (MIPS guts), DECstation 2100; v4.x
vax:		unzips	# general-purpose VAX target (not counting VMS)

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  BSD group (for timezone structs [struct timeb]):
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

bsd:		_bsd	# generic BSD (BSD 4.2 & Ultrix handled in unzip.h)

_bsd:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DBSD"

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  SysV group (for extern long timezone and ioctl.h instead of sgtty.h):
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

aix_rt:		_sysv	# IBM RT 6150 under AIX 2.2.1
aviion:		_sysv	# Data General AViiONs, DG/UX 4.3x
pyr_att:	_sysv	# Pyramids running AT&T (SysV) universe by default
solaris:	_sysv	# Sun SPARC & x86, Solaris 2.x
solaris_pkg:	_sysvp	# Sun SPARC & x86, Solaris 2.x; make package when done
stardent:	_sysv	# Stardent ...
sysv:		_sysv	# generic System V Unix (Xenix handled in unzip.h)
xos:		_sysv	# Olivetti LSX-3005..3045, X/OS 2.3 and 2.4

_sysv:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DSYSV"

# extension to perform SVR4 package-creation after compilation
_sysvp:		_sysv svr4package

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  Version 7 group (old/obsolescent):
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

pixel:		_v7	# Pixel 80, 100 (68000-based, V7/mostly BSD4.1 compat.)
v7:		_v7	# generic Unix Version 7 box (prob. only Pixel...)

_v7:
	make -f unix/Makefile unzips \
	 CF="$(CF) -DV7 -DNO_PARAM_H -DSHORT_NAMES -DBSD -DZMEM"

#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  "Unique" group (require non-standard options):
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------

# AT&T 3B2/1000-80; should work on any WE32XXX machine
3Bx:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DCBREAK=2"

# AT&T 7300 (M68000/SysV.3) (add -DSYSV? -DNO_LIMITS?)
7300:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DNO_DIR -DNO_MKDIR -DNO_STRNICMP -DNO_UID_GID -DCBREAK=2"

7300_gcc:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc LD=gcc LF2="" \
	 CF="-O2 -I. -DNO_DIR -DNO_MKDIR -DNO_STDLIB_H -DNO_STRNICMP -DNO_UID_GID -DCBREAK=2 $(LOC)"
	$(STRIP) $(UNZIPS)

# IBM AIX 3.x on an RS/6000:  see rs6000 target below
aix:		rs6000

# Amdahl (IBMish) mainframe, UTS (SysV) 1.2.4, 2.0.1, 3.x
amdahl:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DSYSV -DNO_UID_GID"

# Amdahl UTS 2.1.4 with "extended file types" filesystem (aarrrggghhhh...)
amdahl_eft:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -eft -DSYSV -DNO_UID_GID"

# Apollo Domain/OS machines (added -D...SOURCE options) [Gordon Fox, 960810]
apollo:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -D_INCLUDE_BSD_SOURCE -D_INCLUDE_XOPEN_SOURCE"

# BSDI BSD/OS on 386 platform, using the assembler replacement for crc32.c
bsdi:		unix_make
	@echo 'NOTE:  use bsdi_noasm target for non-Intel BSD/OS compiles.'
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc2 LD=shlicc2 AS=gcc2\
	 CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -DASM_CRC -DUNIX -DBSD $(LOC)" CRC32=crc_gcc

# BSDI BSD/OS
bsdi_noasm:	unix_make
#	@echo 'NOTE:  use bsd target for non-Intel BSD/OS compiles.'
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc2 LD=shlicc2 AS=gcc2\
	 CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -DUNIX -DBSD $(LOC)"

# Coherent 3.x/4.x, Mark Williams C.  ``For Coherent's CC, it needs either
# -T0 or -T150000 (or bigger) added to the CFLAGS, otherwise the compiler
# runs out of memory and dies in zipinfo.c.'' [Fred "Fredex" Smith, 940719]
coherent:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -T0"

# Cray-2, Y-MP or C90, running Unicos 5.x to 8.x (SysV + BSD enhancements)
# and Standard (ANSI) C compiler 3.0 or later.
cray_opt:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -h scalar3 -h vector3"

# The unzip41 build on a Cyber 910/SGI running Irix v3.3.3 was successful
# with the following change to Makefile:
cyber_sgi:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -I/usr/include/bsd"\
	 LF="-lbsd $(LF)" SL="-lbsd $(SL)"

# The Cygwin environment on a Win32 system, treated as an UNIX emulator.
# This port does not offer full access to the Windows file system.
# Info-ZIP recommends using "win32/Makefile.gcc" instead.
cygwin:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc LD=gcc AS=gcc\
	 CF="-O3 -I. -DUNIX -DFORCE_UNIX_OVER_WIN32 -DASM_CRC $(LOC)"\
	 AF="-Di386 $(AF)" CRC32=crc_gcc\
	 E=".exe" CP="cp" LN="ln -s"

# 680x0, DIAB dnix 5.2/5.3 (a Swedish System V clone)
#
# Options for the dnix cc:
#  -X7 = cc is strict ANSI C
#  -X9 = warnings if a function is used without a declaration
#
dnix:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -X7 -X9 -DDNIX"

# FreeBSD on Intel:
freebsd:		unix_make
	@echo 'NOTE:  use bsd target for non-Intel FreeBSD compiles (if any).'
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc LD=gcc AS=gcc\
	 CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -DASM_CRC -DUNIX -DBSD $(LOC)"\
	 AF="-Di386 $(AF)" CRC32=crc_gcc

# Generic BSDish Unix gcc.  ``The -O3 only works with later versions of gcc;
# you may have to use -O2 or -O for earlier versions.  I have no idea why
# -s causes this bug in gcc.''  [Bug:  "nm: unzip: no name list", "collect:
# /usr/bin/nm returned 1 exit status".]  If you don't have strip, don't
# worry about it (it just makes the executable smaller and can be replaced
# with "echo" instead).
#
gcc:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc LD=gcc CF="-O3 -I. $(LOC)" LF2=""
	$(STRIP) $(UNZIPS)

# Heurikon HK68 (68010), UniPlus+ System V 5.0, Green Hills C-68000
hk68:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC="gcc" LD="gcc"\
	 LF="-n $(LF)" SL="-n $(SL)" FL="-n $(FL)"\
	 CF="-ga -X138 -I. $(LOC) -Dlocaltime=localti -Dtimezone=timezon"

# ISC Unix on 386 platform
isc:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips LF2="-lc_s $(LF2)" CRC32=crc_sysv \
	 CF="-O -I. -DASM_CRC -DSYSV -DNO_UID_GID -DNEED_PTEM $(LOC)" \
	 AF="-DNO_UNDERLINE -Djecxz=jcxz -DALIGNMENT='.align 16' $(AF)"

isc_gcc:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips AS=gcc CC=gcc LD=gcc CRC32=crc_gcc LF="-shlib $(LF)" \
	 SL="-shlib $(SL)" FL="-shlib $(FL)" \
	 LF2="" CF="-O3 -I. -DSYSV -DASM_CRC -DNO_UID_GID -DNEED_PTEM $(LOC)" \
	 AF="-DNO_UNDERLINE -Djecxz=jcxz -DALIGNMENT='.align 16' $(AF)"
	$(STRIP) $(UNZIPS)

# "ISI machine (68025 CPU)" (based on e-mail from Rob White <rsw@tfs.com>;
# no further information).  May also need DIRENT defined.
isi:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DDECLARE_ERRNO"

# Linux on 386 platform, using the assembler replacement for crc32.c. (-O4 and
# -fno-strength-reduce have virtually no effect beyond -O3.  Add "-m486
# -malign-functions=2 -malign-jumps=2 -malign-loops=2" for Pentium [Pro]
# systems.)
linux:		unix_make
	@echo 'NOTE:  use linux_noasm target for non-Intel Linux compiles.'
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc LD=gcc AS=gcc\
	 CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -DASM_CRC $(LOC)"\
	 AF="-Di386 $(AF)" CRC32=crc_gcc
# GRR:  this echo is pointless; if user gets this far, no difference to install
#	@echo 'Be sure to use the install_asm target rather than the install target'

linux_asm:	linux

# Linux (Posix, approximately SysV):  virtually any version since before 0.96,
# for any platform.  Change "-O" to "-O3" or whatever, as desired...
linux_noasm:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc LD=gcc CF="-O -Wall -I. $(LOC)"

# Linux with lcc compiler:  __inline__ (stat.h) not recognized, and must edit
# /usr/include/gnu/types.h to get rid of "long long" if __LCC__ defined.  -O3
# (or -O2 or -O) is ignored.  [GRR 960828: test target only]
#
linux_lcc:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=lcc LD=lcc CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -D__inline__= $(LOC)"

# Linux host with go32 (djgpp) cross-compiler (go32crs.tgz) for 32-bit DOS.
linux_dos:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=go32gcc LD=go32gcc M=msdos CF="-O2 -Wall -I. $(LOC)"
#	go32-strip unzip
#	Due to limitations of the cross-compiling package, this has to be
#	done manually:
	@echo Copy $(UNZIPS) to your DOS partition and use coff2exe.

# Linux ELF shared library (ooo, it's so easy).  This is a test target for
# now, and it only makes the UnZip/ZipInfo stuff (not fUnZip or UnZipSFX).
# The version number may eventually change to match the UnZip version.  Or
# not.  Whatever.  Also do "setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH `pwd`" or similar to test
# the DLL in place (with unzip_shlib, which is UnZip linked with the shared
# library).
#
linux_shlib:	unix_make
#	$(MAKE) objsdll CC=gcc CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -fPIC -DDLL $(LOC)"
	$(MAKE) objsdll CC=gcc CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -fPIC -DDLL -DASM_CRC $(LOC)"\
	 AS=gcc AF="-fPIC -Di386 $(AF)" CRC32=crc_gcc
	ln -sf crc_gcc.pic.o crc32.pic.o
	gcc -shared -Wl,-soname,libunzip.so.0 -o libunzip.so.0.4 $(OBJSDLL)
	ln -sf libunzip.so.0.4 libunzip.so.0
	ln -sf libunzip.so.0 libunzip.so
	gcc -c -O unzipstb.c
	gcc -o unzip_shlib unzipstb.o -L. -lunzip

# Linux ELF shared library, as above, but using inflate() from zlib (libz.so)
# instead of the original UnZip version.  (libz was libgz prior to 0.94)
linux_shlibz:	unix_make
#	$(MAKE) objsdll CC=gcc CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -fPIC -DDLL -DUSE_ZLIB $(LOC)"
	$(MAKE) objsdll CC=gcc AS=gcc AF="-fPIC -Di386 $(AF)" CRC32=crc_gcc\
	 CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -fPIC -DDLL -DUSE_ZLIB -DASM_CRC $(LOC)"
	ln -sf crc_gcc.pic.o crc32.pic.o
	gcc -shared -Wl,-soname,libunzip.so.0 -o libunzip.so.0.4 $(OBJSDLL)
	ln -sf libunzip.so.0.4 libunzip.so.0
	gcc -c -O unzipstb.c
	gcc -o unzip unzipstb.o -L. -lunzip -lz

# LynxOS-x86 2.3.0 and newer, a real-time BSD-like OS; uses gcc.
lynx:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc CF="$(CF) -DLynx -DLYNX -DBSD"

# Macintosh MacOS X (Unix-compatible enviroment), using standard compiler
macosx:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -DBSD -DUNIX $(LOC)" LF2=""
	$(STRIP) $(UNZIPS)

# Macintosh MacOS X (Unix-compatible enviroment), using gcc
macosx_gcc:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc CF="-O3 -Wall -I. -DBSD -DUNIX $(LOC)" LF2=""
	$(STRIP) $(UNZIPS)

# Minix 1.5 PC for the 386.  Invoke as is to use default cc, or as "make
# minix CC=gcc" to use gcc.  Try "make linux" if you have a working termios.h.
minix:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DMINIX -DSHORT_NAMES" CC=$(CC) LD=$(CC)

# MPE/iX, the Unix variant for HP 3000 systems.
mpeix:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=c89\
	 CF="$(CF) -D_POSIX_SOURCE -DHAVE_TERMIOS_H -DPASSWD_FROM_STDIN -DNO_PARAM_H"\
	 LF2=-lbsd CP=cp LN="ln -s"

# NeXT info.
next:
	@echo
	@echo\
 '  Please pick a specific NeXT target:  "make next10" will create a generic'
	@echo\
 '  NeXT executable; "make next2x" will create a smaller executable (for'
	@echo\
 '  NeXTstep 2.0 and higher); "make next3x" will create a small executable'
	@echo\
 '  with significantly better optimization (NeXTstep 3.0 and higher only);'
	@echo\
 '  "make nextfat" will create a fat, multi-architecture (NeXT plus Intel)'
	@echo\
 '  executable (NeXTstep 3.1 and higher only).'
	@echo

# 68030 BSD 4.3+Mach.  NeXT 2.x: make the executable smaller.
next2x:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips LF2="-object -s"

# NeXT 3.x: as above, plus better optimization.
next3x:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="-O2 -I. $(LOC)" LF2="-object -s"

# NeXT 3.1+: make the executable fat (multi-architecture binary [MAB],
# for "black" [NeXT] and "white" [x86] hardware, so far).
nextfat:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="-O2 -I. $(LOC) -arch i386 -arch m68k" \
	 LF2="-arch i386 -arch m68k -object -s"

# IBM OS/390 (formerly MVS) compiled under "OpenEdition" shell
os390:		unix_make
	set -x; \
	$(MAKE) -f unix/Makefile unzips \
	 CC=c89 LD="\$$(CC) -Wl,EDIT=NO" \
	 CF="$(CF) -DSYSV -DOS390 -DEBCDIC -DNO_PARAM_H \
	 -D_ALL_SOURCE $(HOST_VERSINFO)" LF2=""

# Sequent Symmetry running Dynix/ptx (sort of SysV.3):  needs to link
# with libseq to get symlink().
ptx:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DSYSV -DTERMIO -DPTX" LF2="$(LF2) -lseq"

# Pyramid 90X (probably all) under >= OSx4.1, either universe.  (This is an
# experimental target!  If it fails, use either pyr_ucb or pyr_att instead.)
# The make in the BSD half is too stupid to understand $(MAKE), sigh...
pyramid:	unix_make
	-make -f unix/Makefile pyr_`universe`

# QNX/Neutrino is "special" because you don't have any native development
# tools yet.  Set ARCH to "x86", "ppcbe", "ppcle", "mipsbe", or "mipsle"
# to produce x86, PowerPC (big- or little-endian) and MIPS (big-
# or little-endian) using gcc. [cjh]
qnxnto:		unix_make
	@if [ "$(ARCH)" = "" ] ; then \
		echo "You didn't set ARCH; I'll assume you meant ARCH=x86..." ; \
		echo "" ; \
		$(MAKE) -f unix/Makefile CC="qcc -Vgcc_ntox86" unzips ; \
	else \
		echo "Making unzip for $(ARCH)..." ; \
		echo "" ; \
		$(MAKE) -f unix/Makefile CC="qcc -Vgcc_nto$(ARCH)" unzips ; \
	fi

# REGULUS:  68040-based, "real-time" SysV.3 mutant; uses gcc, with "REGULUS"
# predefined.
regulus:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -traditional -DSYSV -DNO_MKDIR"

# IBM RS/6000 under AIX 3.2
rs6000:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DBSD -D_BSD" LF2="-lbsd"

# SCO cross compile from Unix to DOS. Tested with Xenix/386 and OpenDeskTop.
# Should work with Xenix/286 as well. (davidsen)  Note that you *must* remove
# the Unix objects and executable before doing this!  (Piet Plomp:  gcc won't
# recognize the -M0 flag that forces 8086 code.)  (GRR:  may need to reduce
# stack to 0c00h if using 286/small-model code...?)
sco_dos:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="-O -I. $(LOC) -dos -M0" M=msdos \
	 LF="-dos -F 2000" LF2="-o unzip.exe" \
	 FL="-dos" FL2="-o funzip.exe" SL="-dos" SL2="-o unzipsfx.exe"

# SCO UNIX with shared libraries and no international support.  If you are
# not using a USA-style keyboard and display, you may want to remove -nointl
# to get support.  It adds quite a bit to the size of the executable.
sco_sl:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips LF="$(LF) -nointl" LF2="$(LF2) -lc_s"\
	 SL="$(SL) -nointl" FL="$(FL) -nointl"

# SCO Xenix/286 2.2.3 or later with development system 2.2.1 or later
sco_x286:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -Mel2 -LARGE -DNO_MKDIR" \
	 LF="$(LF) -Mel2 -LARGE -lx" SL="$(SL) -Mel2 -LARGE" \
	 FL="$(FL) -Mel2 -LARGE"

# Sequent Symmetry with Dynix.  (386, but needs -DZMEM)
# This should also work on Balance but I can't test it just yet.
sequent:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DBSD -DZMEM"

# Sun 2, 3, 4 running SunOS 3.x
sunos3:		unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DNO_UID_GID -DUID_USHORT"

# Generic System V + GNU C
sysv_gcc:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CC=gcc LD=gcc CF="-O2 -I. -DUNIX -DSYSV $(LOC)" LF2=""
	$(STRIP) $(UNZIPS)

# AT&T 6300+, System V.2 Unix:  run-time out-of-memory error if don't use -Ml;
# also compile-time error if work arrays dimensioned at HSIZE+2 (>32K)
sysv6300:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -Ml -DSYSV" LF="$(LF) -Ml"\
	 SL="$(SL) -Ml" FL="$(FL) -Ml"

# Texas Instruments System V.3 (running on HP 9000-1500)
ti_sysv:	unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips CF="$(CF) -DSYSV -DNO_UID_GID -DUID_USHORT"

# SCO Xenix (Joe Foster 950508:  "unzip needs to be linked with -lx [for the
# opendir(), readdir(), telldir(), rewinddir(), and closedir() calls]")
xenix:		 unix_make
	$(MAKE) unzips LF2="$(LF2) -lx"

# Wombat 68000 (or whatever).
# I didn't do this.  I swear.  No, really.
wombat:		unix_make
	@echo
	@echo  '	Ha ha!  Just kidding.'
	@echo