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#
# GNUPLOT makefile for GCC-ST 1.x and 2.x
# in a cross development environment (unix) or a native TOS environment
# (see configuration section)
#
# Modified from the BorlandC makefile by Alexander Lehmann
# Modified by Dirk Stadler for outboard terminal support
#
# produces executable which pipes data to the GCLIENT.PRG

# -------------------- begin of configuration section -----------------------

# CC is name of compiler producing TOS executables
# HOSTCC is the name of the native compiler
# SL is the path separator (/ for unix or UNIXMODE, \ for standard TOS)

# settings for crosscompiling:
CC = gcc
HOSTCC = gcc
SL=/
MATHLIB= -lpml

# settings for native compiling:
#CC = gcc
#HOSTCC = $(CC)
#SL=\
#MATHLIB= -lpml

# -O means optimisation in general
#  o-f-p avoids link-unlink instructions
#  s-r	 optimisation of loops and elimination of iterations variables
#  c-r	 improve register movement
# if you have GCC 2.x (and time), you can choose the -O2 option

# first line for GCC 1.x, second and third for GCC 2.x

#OPTFLAGS = -O -fomit-frame-pointer -fstrength-reduce -fcombine-regs
#OPTFLAGS = -O -fomit-frame-pointer -fstrength-reduce
OPTFLAGS = -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer

TTFLAGS  = -m68020 -m68881
COMMON   = -DMTOS -DREADLINE -DPIPES -DHAVE_STRNICMP -DNO_FLOAT_H -I. -I..

# note that current versions of gcc for Atari may very well have float.h
# if anyone can verify this, please fix it.

# -c means don't link
# -DREADLINE to use the history/line editing capability. If you want this
#            capability add -DREADLINE to CFLAGS

# NOTE: since readline is the only place where AES events are processed, the
#	   new (window) version will no longer work without -DREADLINE

CFLAGS     = -c $(OPTFLAGS) $(COMMON)
LDFLAGS    = -lpml -lgem

CFLAGS30   = -c $(OPTFLAGS) $(TTFLAGS) $(COMMON) 
LDFLAGS30  = -lgem -lgnu020

LDFLAGSSFP = -lpmlsfp -lgem -lgnusfp

TERMFLAGS  =

# where to place gnuplot.gih helpfile
HELPFILE=gnuplot.gih

# gnuplot.doc as Tex-File
TEXFILE=docs/gnuplot.tex

# -------------------- end of configuration section -------------------------

OBJS   = bitmap.o command.o contour.o eval.o graphics.o graph3d.o \
            hidden3d.o util3d.o help.o internal.o misc.o parse.o \
            plot.o readline.o scanner.o set.o show.o specfun.o \
            standard.o stdfn.o term.o util.o version.o binary.o fit.o \
            matrix.o alloc.o datafile.o plot2d.o plot3d.o interpol.o

OBJS30 = bitmap.o0 command.o0 contour.o0 eval.o0 graphics.o0 graph3d.o0 \
            hidden3d.o0 util3d.o0 help.o0 internal.o0 misc.o0 parse.o0 \
            plot.o0 readline.o0 scanner.o0 set.o0 show.o0 specfun.o0 \
            standard.o0 stdfn.o0 term.o0 util.o0 version.o0 binary.o0 fit.o0 \
            matrix.o0 alloc.o0 datafile.o0 plot2d.o0 plot3d.o0 interpol.o0
	
# path prefix for the term subdirectory
TERM  = term$(SL)

TERMS = $(TERM)atariaes.trm $(TERM)atarivdi.trm $(TERM)multitos.trm \
        $(TERM)dumb.trm $(TERM)eepic.trm \
        $(TERM)epson.trm $(TERM)hpgl.trm $(TERM)hpljii.trm $(TERM)hppj.trm \
        $(TERM)latex.trm $(TERM)pbm.trm $(TERM)post.trm $(TERM)texdraw.trm

all: gnuplot.tos gnuplt30.tos gpltsfp.tos $(HELPFILE) $(TEXFILE) demo$(SL)binary1

gnuplot.tos:  $(OBJS)
	         $(CC) -o $@ $(OBJS) $(LDFLAGS)
	         fixstk 120k $@
	         xstrip -k $@
	
gnuplt30.tos: $(OBJS30)
	         $(CC) -o $@ $(OBJS30) $(LDFLAGS30)
	         fixstk 120k $@
	         xstrip -k $@

gpltsfp.tos: $(OBJS)
	         $(CC) -o $@ $(OBJS) $(LDFLAGSSFP)
	         fixstk 120k $@
	         xstrip -k $@
		
# to run bivariat demo ca. 100k stack is needed, all others work with ca. 32k

# default rules

%.o:  %.c
	 $(CC) -o $@ $(CFLAGS) $<

%.o0: %.c
	 $(CC) -o $@ $(CFLAGS30) $<
	
# dependencies

# for GNUPLOT.TOS and GPLTSFP.TOS

alloc.o:     alloc.c plot.h
bitmap.o:    bitmap.c bitmap.h plot.h
binary.o:    binary.c plot.h
command.o:   command.c plot.h setshow.h help.h
	        $(CC) -o $@ $(CFLAGS) -DHELPFILE=\"$(HELPFILE)\" $<
contour.o:   contour.c plot.h
datafile.o:  datafile.c plot.h fnproto.h binary.h setshow.h
eval.o:      eval.c plot.h
graphics.o:  graphics.c plot.h setshow.h
graph3d.o:   graph3d.c plot.h setshow.h
hidden3d.o:  hidden3d.c plot.h setshow.h
util3d.o:    util3d.c plot.h setshow.h 
fit.o:       fit.c fit.h matrix.h plot.h
interpol.o:  interpol.c plot.h setshow.h
matrix.o:    matrix.c matrix.h fit.h
help.o:      help.c help.h
internal.o:  internal.c plot.h
misc.o:      misc.c plot.h setshow.h help.h
parse.o:     parse.c plot.h
plot.o:      plot.c plot.h fit.h setshow.h fnproto.h
plot2d.o:    plot2d.c plot.h setshow.h fit.h binary.h help.h
plot3d.o:    plot3d.c plot.h setshow.h binary.h help.h
readline.o:  readline.c
scanner.o:   scanner.c plot.h
show.o:      set.c plot.h setshow.h
set.o:       show.c plot.h setshow.h
specfun.o:   plot.h specfun.c
standard.o:  standard.c plot.h
stdfn.o:     stdfn.c stdfn.h
term.o:      term.c term.h plot.h set.c show.c bitmap.h $(TERMS)
	        $(CC) -o $@ $(CFLAGS) $(TERMFLAGS) -Iterm term.c
util.o:      util.c plot.h
version.o:   version.c

# for GNUPLT30.TOS

alloc.o0:    alloc.c plot.h
bitmap.o0:   bitmap.c bitmap.h plot.h
binary.o0:   binary.c plot.h
command.o0:  command.c plot.h setshow.h help.h
	        $(CC) -o $@ $(CFLAGS30) -DHELPFILE=\"$(HELPFILE)\" $<
contour.o0:  contour.c plot.h
datafile.o0: datafile.c plot.h fnproto.h binary.h setshow.h
eval.o0:     eval.c plot.h
graphics.o0: graphics.c plot.h setshow.h
graph3d.o0:  graph3d.c plot.h setshow.h
hidden3d.o0: hidden3d.c plot.h setshow.h
util3d.o0:   util3d.c plot.h setshow.h
fit.o0:      fit.c fit.h matrix.h plot.h
interpol.o0: interpol.c plot.h setshow.h
matrix.o0:   matrix.c matrix.h fit.h
help.o0:     help.c help.h
internal.o0: internal.c plot.h
misc.o0:     misc.c plot.h setshow.h help.h
parse.o0:    parse.c plot.h
plot.o0:     plot.c plot.h fit.h setshow.h fnproto.h
plot2d.o0:   plot2d.c plot.h setshow.h fit.h binary.h help.h
plot3d.o0:   plot3d.c plot.h setshow.h binary.h help.h
readline.o0: readline.c
scanner.o0:  scanner.c plot.h
show.o0:     set.c plot.h setshow.h
set.o0:      show.c plot.h setshow.h
specfun.o0:  plot.h specfun.c
standard.o0: standard.c plot.h
stdfn.o):    stdfn.c stdfn.h
term.o0:     term.c term.h plot.h set.c show.c bitmap.h $(TERMS)
	        $(CC) -o $@ $(CFLAGS30) $(TERMFLAGS) -Iterm term.c
util.o0:     util.c plot.h
version.o0:  version.c

$(HELPFILE): doc2gih docs$(SL)gnuplot.doc
	        doc2gih docs$(SL)gnuplot.doc $@

$(TEXFILE):  doc2tex docs$(SL)gnuplot.doc
	        doc2tex docs$(SL)gnuplot.doc $@

doc2gih:     docs$(SL)doc2gih.c
	        $(HOSTCC) -I. -I.. -Idocs -o $@ $<

doc2tex:     docs$(SL)doc2tex.c
	        $(HOSTCC) -I. -I.. -Idocs -o $@ $<

bf_test:     bf_test.c binary.c alloc.c
	     $(HOSTCC) -DMTOS -o $@ bf_test.c binary.c alloc.c $(MATHLIB)

demo$(SL)binary1: bf_test
	     (cd demo; ../bf_test)

clean: # remove temporary files, but leave executable intact
	         rm -f $(OBJS) $(OBJS30) $(OBJSSFP) bf_test.o

realclean:    clean # remove all files generated by make
	         rm -f *.tos doc2gih doc2tex bf_test
		 rm -f demo$(SL)binary1 demo$(SL)binary2 demo$(SL)binary3
		 rm -f $(HELPFILE) $(TEXFILE)

# empty rules for file extensions (some makes might need this)
%.trm:

%.doc: