# commpre.nmk: FIRST COMMON FRAGMENT FOR PLATFORMS USING NMAKE -*- makefile -*-1
#
# $Id: //info.ravenbrook.com/project/mps/master/code/commpre.nmk#57 $
# Copyright (c) 2001-2020 Ravenbrook Limited.  See end of file for license.
#
# DESCRIPTION
#
# .description: This makefile fragment is included in more specific
# makefiles for platforms which use the "mv" builder.  This is
# the first of two common makefile fragements (the other is commpost.nmk).
# Alas, due to shortcomings in nmake, it is not possible to use only one
# common fragment.
#
# %%PART: When adding a new part, add a new parameter for the files included
# in the part
# Parameters:
#   PFM        platform code, e.g. "w3i3mv"
#   PFMDEFS    /D options to define platforms preprocessor symbols
#              to the compiler. Avoid using this if possible, as it
#              prevents the MPS being built with a simple command like
#              "cl mps.c".
#   MPMCOMMON  list of sources which make up the "mpm" part for all
#              platforms. Each source is stripped of its .c extension
#              and surrounded with [brackets].
#   MPMPF      as above for the current platform.
#   PLINTH     as above for the "plinth" part
#   AMC        as above for the "amc" part
#   AMS        as above for the "ams" part
#   LO         as above for the "lo" part
#   POOLN      as above for the "pooln" part
#   SNC        as above for the "snc" part
#   POOLS      as above for all pools included in the target
#   MPM        as above for the MPMCOMMON + MPMPF + PLINTH + POOLS
#   DW         as above for the "dw" part
#   FMTTEST    as above for the "fmttest" part
#   FMTSCHEME  as above for the "fmtscheme" part
#   TESTLIB    as above for the "testlib" part
#   TESTTHR    as above for the "testthr" part
#   NOISY      if defined, causes command to be emitted
#
#
# EDITING
#
# To add new targets. varieties, and parts:
# Search for the string "%%TARGET", "%%VARIETY", or "%%PART" in this makefile
# and follow the instructions.
#


# TARGETS
#
#
# %%TARGET: When adding a new target, add it to one of the variables
# in this section. Library components go in LIB_TARGETS.

LIB_TARGETS=mps.lib

# Test cases go in TEST_TARGETS.

TEST_TARGETS=\
    abqtest.exe \
    airtest.exe \
    amcss.exe \
    amcsshe.exe \
    amcssth.exe \
    amsss.exe \
    amssshe.exe \
    apss.exe \
    arenacv.exe \
    awlut.exe \
    awluthe.exe \
    awlutth.exe \
    btcv.exe \
    bttest.exe \
    djbench.exe \
    finalcv.exe \
    finaltest.exe \
    fotest.exe \
    gcbench.exe \
    landtest.exe \
    locbwcss.exe \
    lockcov.exe \
    lockut.exe \
    locusss.exe \
    locv.exe \
    messtest.exe \
    mpmss.exe \
    mpsicv.exe \
    mv2test.exe \
    nailboardtest.exe \
    poolncv.exe \
    qs.exe \
    sacss.exe \
    segsmss.exe \
    sncss.exe \
    steptest.exe \
    tagtest.exe \
    teletest.exe \
    walkt0.exe \
    zcoll.exe \
    zmess.exe

# Stand-alone programs go in EXTRA_TARGETS if they should always be
# built, or in OPTIONAL_TARGETS if they should only be built if

EXTRA_TARGETS=mpseventcnv.exe mpseventpy.exe mpseventtxt.exe
OPTIONAL_TARGETS=mpseventsql.exe

# This target records programs that we were once able to build but
# can't at the moment:
#
# replay -- depends on the EPVM pool.

UNBUILDABLE_TARGETS=replay.exe

ALL_TARGETS=$(LIB_TARGETS) $(TEST_TARGETS) $(EXTRA_TARGETS)


# PARAMETERS
#
#
# %%PART: When adding a new part, add the sources for the new part here.

MPMCOMMON=\
    [abq] \
    [arena] \
    [arenacl] \
    [arenavm] \
    [arg] \
    [boot] \
    [bt] \
    [buffer] \
    [cbs] \
    [dbgpool] \
    [dbgpooli] \
    [event] \
    [failover] \
    [format] \
    [freelist] \
    [global] \
    [land] \
    [ld] \
    [locus] \
    [message] \
    [meter] \
    [mpm] \
    [mpsi] \
    [nailboard] \
    [policy] \
    [pool] \
    [poolabs] \
    [poolmfs] \
    [poolmrg] \
    [poolmv2] \
    [protocol] \
    [range] \
    [rangetree] \
    [ref] \
    [ring] \
    [root] \
    [sa] \
    [sac] \
    [scan] \
    [seg] \
    [shield] \
    [splay] \
    [ss] \
    [table] \
    [trace] \
    [traceanc] \
    [tract] \
    [tree] \
    [version] \
    [vm] \
    [walk]
PLINTH = [mpsliban] [mpsioan]
AMC = [poolamc]
AMS = [poolams]
AWL = [poolawl]
LO = [poollo]
MVFF = [poolmvff]
POOLN = [pooln]
SNC = [poolsnc]
FMTDY = [fmtdy] [fmtno]
FMTTEST = [fmthe] [fmtdy] [fmtno] [fmtdytst]
FMTSCHEME = [fmtscheme]
TESTLIB = [testlib] [getoptl]
TESTTHR = [testthrw3]
POOLS = $(AMC) $(AMS) $(AWL) $(LO) $(MV2) $(MVFF) $(SNC)
MPM = $(MPMCOMMON) $(MPMPF) $(POOLS) $(PLINTH)


# CHECK PARAMETERS
#
#
# %%PART: When adding a new part, add checks for the parameter with the
# sources for the new part.

!IFNDEF PFM
!ERROR commpre.nmk: PFM not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF MPM
!ERROR commpre.nmk: MPM not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF MPMCOMMON
!ERROR commpre.nmk: MPMCOMMON not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF MPMPF
!ERROR commpre.nmk: MPMPF not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF PLINTH
!ERROR commpre.nmk: PLINTH not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF LO
!ERROR commpre.nmk: LO not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF AMC
!ERROR commpre.nmk: AMC not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF AMS
!ERROR commpre.nmk: AMS not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF POOLN
!ERROR commpre.nmk: POOLN not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF SNC
!ERROR commpre.nmk: SNC not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF FMTDY
!ERROR commpre.nmk: FMTDY not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF FMTTEST
!ERROR commpre.nmk: FMTTEST not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF FMTSCHEME
!ERROR commpre.nmk: FMTSCHEME not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF TESTLIB
!ERROR commpre.nmk: TESTLIB not defined
!ENDIF
!IFNDEF TESTTHR
!ERROR commpre.nmk: TESTTHR not defined
!ENDIF


# DECLARATIONS


!IFDEF NOISY
ECHO = rem
!ELSE
.SILENT:
ECHO = echo
!ENDIF


# C FLAGS

CFLAGSTARGETPRE =
CFLAGSTARGETPOST =
CRTFLAGSHOT =
CRTFLAGSCOOL =
LINKFLAGSHOT =
LINKFLAGSCOOL =

CFLAGSSQLPRE = /nologo $(PFMDEFS)
CFLAGSCOMMONPRE = /nologo $(PFMDEFS) $(CFLAGSTARGETPRE)
CFLAGSSQLPOST =
CFLAGSCOMMONPOST = $(CFLAGSTARGETPOST)

# Flags for use in the variety combinations
CFLAGSHOT = /O2
# (above /O2 (maximise speed) used to be set to /Ox
# (maximise optimisations) in for tool versions before VS 9)
# We used to have /GZ here (stack probe).
# Note that GZ is specific to version 12 of the cl tool.  drj 2003-11-04
# It is ignored on earlier versions of the cl tool.
# /GZ here generates a dependency on the C library and when we are
# building a DLL, mpsdy.dll, the linker step will fail (error LNK2001:
# unresolved external symbol __chkesp).  See
# http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q191669/
CFLAGSCOOL =
CFLAGSINTERNAL = /Zi
CFLAGSEXTERNAL =

# The combinations of variety
# %%VARIETY: When adding a new variety, define a macro containing the set
# of flags for the new variety.
CFRASH = /DCONFIG_VAR_RASH $(CRTFLAGSHOT)  $(CFLAGSHOT)  $(CFLAGSEXTERNAL)
CFHOT  = /DCONFIG_VAR_HOT  $(CRTFLAGSHOT)  $(CFLAGSHOT)  $(CFLAGSINTERNAL)
CFCOOL = /DCONFIG_VAR_COOL $(CRTFLAGSCOOL) $(CFLAGSCOOL) $(CFLAGSINTERNAL)

# Microsoft documentation is not very clear on the point of using both
# optimization and debug information

# LINKER FLAGS
# %%VARIETY: When adding a new variety, define a macro containing the flags
# for the new variety
LINKER = link
LINKFLAGSCOMMON = /nologo /LARGEADDRESSAWARE
LINKFLAGSINTERNAL = /DEBUG
# ( Internal flags used to be set to /DEBUG:full )
LINKFLAGSEXTERNAL = /RELEASE

LFRASH = $(LINKFLAGSHOT)    $(LINKFLAGSEXTERNAL)
LFHOT  = $(LINKFLAGSHOT)    $(LINKFLAGSINTERNAL)
LFCOOL = $(LINKFLAGSCOOL)   $(LINKFLAGSINTERNAL)

#LFCV = /PROFILE /DEBUG:full /DEBUGTYPE:cv

# Library manager
# %%VARIETY: When adding a new variety, define a macro containing the flags
# for the new variety
LIBMAN = lib                  # can't call this LIB - it screws the environment
LIBFLAGSCOMMON =

LIBFLAGSRASH =
LIBFLAGSHOT =
LIBFLAGSCOOL =

# Browser database manager [not used at present]
#BSC = bscmake
#BSCFLAGS = /nologo /n


# == Common definitions ==
# %%PART: When adding a new part, add it here, unless it's platform-specific
# [It is not possible use a macro, like $(PFM), in a substitution,
# hence all parts end up being platform-specific.]


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