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#### Start of system configuration section. ####
# Prototype Gri Makefile.  Developers - read first few lines for instructions.
# $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.24 2000/01/07 15:16:09 kelley Exp $

# <<<--- DEVELOPERS - YOU MAY NEED TO EDIT THIS SECTION ------------------->>>
# <<< Uncomment next line on linux machines, to get debugging malloc lib. >>>
#LINUX_DEBUG_LIB=-L/usr/debug_include
# <<< Uncomment next 2 lines to get debugging malloc/string library.      >>>
#DBMALLOC_LIBS=-ldbmalloc
#DBMALLOC_DEFS=-DUSE_DBMALLOC=1
# <<<   Here is documentation on dbmalloc, from 'man dbmalloc'            >>>
# <<<   As an example, to set up the session to generate a core file      >>>
# <<<   for  every malloc warning, to drop core and exit on a malloc      >>>
# <<<   fatal, and to log all messages to the file  "malloc_log"  do      >>>
# <<<   the following:                                                    >>>
# <<<                                                                     >>>
# <<<      export MALLOC_WARN=131                                         >>>
# <<<      export MALLOC_FATAL=1                                          >>>
# <<<      export MALLOC_ERRFILE=malloc_log                               >>>
# <<<   then do                                                           >>>
# <<<      gdb gri core                                                   >>>
# <<<   to get into debugger.  A good gdb command to know is              >>>
# <<<      where                                                          >>>
# <<<   which gives location in gri where problem occured.                >>>
# <<<--- DEVELOPERS - END OF SECTION YOU MIGHT NEED TO EDIT --------------->>>

srcdir = .

AWK = gawk

INSTALL = @INSTALL@
INSTALL_PROGRAM = @INSTALL_PROGRAM@
INSTALL_DATA = @INSTALL_DATA@

LIBS = $(DBMALLOC_LIBS) $(LINUX_DEBUG_LIB) @LIBS@ -lm

DEFS = -DVERSION=\"$(VERSION)\" -DDEFAULT_GRI_DIR=\"$(libdir)\" -DAWK=\"gawk\" $(DBMALLOC_DEFS) $(HAVE_LINUX) @DEFS@

CFLAGS = @CFLAGS@
CPPFLAGS = @CPPFLAGS@
CXXFLAGS = @CXXFLAGS@
EXTRA_CFLAGS = @EXTRA_CFLAGS@ $(LINUX_EXTRA_CFLAGS)
EXTRA_CFLAGS_TEMPLATE = @EXTRA_CFLAGS_TEMPLATE@ $(LINUX_EXTRA_CFLAGS)



prefix = @prefix@
bindir = $(prefix)/$(VERSION)/bin
libdir = $(prefix)/$(VERSION)/lib

#### End of system configuration section. ####

OBJS = G_string.o GriColor.o GriPath.o GriState.o chopword.o close.o \
command.o convert.o debug.o delete.o differ.o doline.o draw.o endup.o \
expect.o file.o filter.o flip.o gr.o gr_coll.o graxes.o grcntour.o \
gri.o grimage.o grinterp.o grsmooth.o grstring.o heal.o help.o \
if.o ignore.o image.o input.o insert.o interp.o mask.o math.o \
new.o open.o popen.o query.o quit.o read.o regress.o reorder.o \
rescale.o rewind.o rpn.o rpncalc.o scales.o set.o show.o skip.o \
smooth.o startup.o state.o stats.o storage.o synonyms.o template.o \
timer.o utility.o variable.o version.o while.o write.o

gri: $(OBJS)
	$(CXX) -o gri $(LDFLAGS) $(OBJS) $(LIBS)

# Here are a few explicit rules used by the author for debugging;
# it is emphaticallyy *not* a complete list.  If you edit the
# source files you must do
#	make clean
#	make
# to compile using all the actual dependencies.
GriColor.o:     GriColor.hh
GriState.o:     GriState.hh
gr.o:           GriState.hh
gri.o:		GriState.hh
set.o:          GriState.hh
state.o:        GriState.hh
template.o:     GriState.hh
command.o:	tags.hh
variable.o:     Variable.hh
synonyms.o:     Synonym.hh
convert.o:	GMatrix.hh
grcntour.o: 	GMatrix.hh
gri.o: 		GMatrix.hh
grsmooth.o: 	GMatrix.hh
smooth.o: 	GMatrix.hh
G_string.o:     G_string.hh

CXX = @CXX@

# Special rule for templates, so as not to use
# -fno-implicit-templates (g++ weirdness).  This special
# case depends on whether -frepo exists ... and whether the installer
# has temerity to try it!
template.o: template.cc
	$(CXX) -c -Wall $(CXXFLAGS) $(EXTRA_CFLAGS_TEMPLATE) $(DEFS) -I$(srcdir) $<



.SUFFIXES: .cc
.cc.o:
	$(CXX) -c $(CXXFLAGS) $(EXTRA_CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(DEFS) -I$(srcdir) $<


# Handle startup in special way since it needs version number.
startup.o: version.cc startup.cc
	$(CXX) -c $(CXXFLAGS) $(EXTRA_CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(DEFS) -I$(srcdir) startup.cc

debian-lib = $(debian)/usr/share/gri/$(version)
install_linux_debian: gri
	echo "Installing into '$(debian)' directory"
	install -d $(debian-lib)
	if test -f startup.debian; then cat startup.debian | sed -e s,VSN,${VERSION}, > tmp; $(INSTALL_DATA) tmp $(debian-lib)/startup.msg; rm -f tmp; else echo "WARNING: no startup.debian file!"; fi;
	install -m 755 gri $(debian)/usr/bin/gri-$(version)
	(cd $(debian)/usr/bin; ln -fs gri-$(version) gri)
	install -m 644 gri.cmd $(debian-lib)/gri.cmd
	if test -f gri_merge; then install -m 755 gri_merge $(debian)/usr/bin/gri_merge; else echo "WARNING: no gri_merge file!"; fi;	
	if test -f gri_unpage; then install -m 755 gri_unpage $(debian)/usr/bin/gri_unpage; else echo "WARNING: no gri_unpage file!";fi;

install_linux_redhat:
	if test ! -d /opt/gri                    ; then mkdir -m 755 -p /opt/gri                    ; fi
	if test ! -d /opt/gri/bin                ; then mkdir -m 755 -p /opt/gri/bin                ; fi
	if test ! -d /opt/gri/lib                ; then mkdir -m 755 -p /opt/gri/lib                ; fi
	if test ! -d /opt/gri/doc                ; then mkdir -m 755 -p /opt/gri/doc                ; fi
	if test ! -d /opt/gri/doc/html           ; then mkdir -m 755 -p /opt/gri/doc/html           ; fi
	if test ! -d /opt/gri/doc/html/examples  ; then mkdir -m 755 -p /opt/gri/doc/html/examples  ; fi
	if test ! -d /opt/gri/doc/html/resources ; then mkdir -m 755 -p /opt/gri/doc/html/resources ; fi
	if test -f startup.redhat; then cat startup.redhat | sed -e s,VSN,${VERSION}, > tmp; $(INSTALL_DATA) tmp /opt/gri/lib/startup.msg; rm -f tmp; else echo "WARNING: no startup.redhat file!"; fi;
	/usr/bin/install -m 755  gri                           /opt/gri/bin/gri
	/usr/bin/install -m 755  gri_merge                     /opt/gri/bin/gri_merge
	/usr/bin/install -m 755  gri_unpage                    /opt/gri/bin/gri_unpage
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  gri.cmd                       /opt/gri/lib/gri.cmd
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  license.txt                   /opt/gri/lib/license.txt
	#
	# gri mode (tweaked a bit for redhat since debian goes to web to see manual)
	cp -f gri-mode.el tmp
	# Following sed conversion broken -- no idea why
	#sed -e 's,WWW-page "http://phys.ocean.dal.ca/~kelley/gri/gri1.html",WWW-page "file:/opt/gri/doc/html/index.html",' tmp > gri-mode.el
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  gri-mode.el                   /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp
	mv tmp gri-mode.el
	#
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/gri-manpage-redhat.1      /usr/man/man1/gri.1
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/*.html                    /opt/gri/doc/html
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/resources/*ps             /opt/gri/doc/html/resources
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/resources/*eps            /opt/gri/doc/html/resources
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/resources/*gif            /opt/gri/doc/html/resources
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/resources/*txt            /opt/gri/doc/html/resources
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/examples/*                /opt/gri/doc/html/examples
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/gri                       /usr/info
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/gri-[1-9]                 /usr/info
	/usr/bin/install -m 644  doc/gri-[1-9][0-9]            /usr/info
	gzip -f /usr/info/gri
	gzip -f /usr/info/gri-[1-9]
	gzip -f /usr/info/gri-[1-9][0-9]
	echo -e '#!/bin/sh\n/opt/gri/bin/gri -directory /opt/gri/lib $$@' > /usr/bin/gri
	chmod a+rx /usr/bin/gri


# Install all relevant files, creating directories, destroying old
# links and creating new links as necessary.
install: all
	echo "Installing into '$(prefix)' directory"
# make directories if nonexistent
	if test ! -d $(prefix)/bin ; then mkdir -p $(prefix)/bin ; fi
	if test ! -d $(prefix)/lib ; then mkdir -p $(prefix)/lib ; fi
	if test ! -d $(bindir)     ; then mkdir -p $(bindir)     ; fi
	if test ! -d $(libdir)     ; then mkdir -p $(libdir)     ; fi
# startup_message
	cat startup.msg | sed -e s,VSN,${VERSION}, > tmp
	$(INSTALL_DATA) tmp $(libdir)/startup.msg
	rm -f tmp
# put stuff in NUMBERED directories
	$(INSTALL_PROGRAM)	gri		$(bindir)/gri
	$(INSTALL_DATA) 	gri.cmd		$(libdir)/gri.cmd
	$(INSTALL_DATA) 	license.txt	$(libdir)/license.txt
	$(INSTALL_PROGRAM)	gri_merge	$(bindir)/gri_merge
	$(INSTALL_PROGRAM)	gri_unpage	$(bindir)/gri_unpage
# link back from numbered directories to unnumbered ones
	rm -f		$(prefix)/bin/gri
	rm -f		$(prefix)/lib/gri.cmd
	rm -f		$(prefix)/lib/license.txt
	rm -f		$(prefix)/lib/startup.msg
	ln -s		$(bindir)/gri		$(prefix)/bin/gri
	ln -s		$(libdir)/gri.cmd 	$(prefix)/lib/gri.cmd
	ln -s		$(libdir)/license.txt 	$(prefix)/lib/license.txt
	ln -s		$(libdir)/startup.msg	$(prefix)/lib/startup.msg
	chmod og-w	$(prefix)/bin/gri
	chmod a+rx	$(prefix)/bin/gri
	chmod og-w	$(prefix)/lib/gri.cmd
	chmod a-x	$(prefix)/lib/gri.cmd
	chmod a+r	$(prefix)/lib/gri.cmd
	chmod og-w	$(prefix)/lib/license.txt
	chmod a-x	$(prefix)/lib/license.txt
	chmod a+r	$(prefix)/lib/license.txt
	chmod og-w	$(prefix)/lib/startup.msg
	chmod a-x	$(prefix)/lib/startup.msg
	chmod a+r	$(prefix)/lib/startup.msg
	echo This version Gri, numbered $(VERSION), was compiled by user \"`whoami`\" > $(prefix)/$(VERSION)/COMPILED.BY
	echo on `date`, on host `uname -n` >> $(prefix)/$(VERSION)/COMPILED.BY
	chmod a+r $(prefix)/$(VERSION)/COMPILED.BY
	cd doc; prefix=$(prefix) make html-install


all: force
	make gri
	make doc

force:

doc: force
	cd doc; make info html

etags:
	etags *.cc *.hh

clean:
	rm -f gri *.o *.rpo core *.bak *.BAK *~ config.cache \#*

distclean:
	make clean
	rm -f config.log config.cache config.status Makefile

# Source distribution
        SOURCE_NAME = gri-$(VERSION)
            VERSION = `awk '/_gri_number/{print $$4}' version.cc|sed -e s/\\"//g -e s/\;//`
            SRC_DIR = .
            DOC_DIR = ./doc
           DEST_DIR = /home/kelley
source:
	# Clean directory, if existent.
	-rm -rf $(SOURCE_NAME)
	mkdir $(SOURCE_NAME)
	#
	# Copy source
	-cp $(SRC_DIR)/*.cc $(SRC_DIR)/*.hh $(SRC_DIR)/gri.cmd $(SRC_DIR)/license.txt \
	    $(SRC_DIR)/Makefile.in $(SRC_DIR)/Makefile.dj2\
	    $(SRC_DIR)/configure \
	    $(SRC_DIR)/configure.in \
	    $(SRC_DIR)/install-sh \
	    $(SRC_DIR)/copyright.txt $(SRC_DIR)/AUTHOR $(SRC_DIR)/README* \
	    $(SRC_DIR)/gri-mode.el\
	    $(SRC_DIR)/gri_merge\
	    $(SRC_DIR)/gri_unpage\
	    $(SRC_DIR)/startup.msg $(SRC_DIR)/startup.debian $(SRC_DIR)/startup.redhat \
	    $(SRC_DIR)/gri-*.spec\
	    $(SRC_DIR)/grilogo.gif\
	$(SOURCE_NAME)
	-chmod a+r $(SOURCE_NAME)/gri.cmd
	-chmod a+r $(SOURCE_NAME)/license.txt
	# 
	# Copy documentation
	mkdir $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/gri.archive          $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/archive-to-html.pl   $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/cmdrefcard.tex       $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/refcard.tex          $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/Makefile             $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/FAQ.html             $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/gri-manpage.1        $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/gri-manpage-debian.1 $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/gri-manpage-redhat.1 $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/gri.texi             $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/texinfo2HTML         $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/HTML_subdivide       $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/make_html_index      $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc
	mkdir $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/resources
	chmod a+x $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/resources
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/resources/*.eps $(DOC_DIR)/resources/*.gif $(DOC_DIR)/resources/*txt   $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/resources
	chmod a+r $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/resources/*
	mkdir $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	chmod a+x $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/*.gif          $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/*.gri          $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/*.txt          $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/*.dat          $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/*.ps           $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/FEM.pl         $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/model.elements $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/model.nodes    $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	-cp $(DOC_DIR)/examples/Makefile       $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples
	chmod a+r $(SOURCE_NAME)/doc/examples/*
	chmod a+r $(SOURCE_NAME)/*
	# Tar package, compress it, install it.
	tar -c -f $(SOURCE_NAME).tar $(SOURCE_NAME)
	rm -rf $(SOURCE_NAME)
	gzip $(SOURCE_NAME).tar
	mv $(SOURCE_NAME).tar.gz $(SOURCE_NAME).tgz
	-cp $(SOURCE_NAME).tgz $(DEST_DIR)
	chmod a+r $(DEST_DIR)/$(SOURCE_NAME).tgz
	rm -f $(SOURCE_NAME).tgz

README-ftp:
	lynx -dump README-ftp.html > README-ftp
	chmod a+r README-ftp

what_is_new:
	@for f in *.spec gri.cmd *cc *hh Makefile.in configure.in doc/gri.texi doc/Makefile;\
		do diff --brief $$f ../$$f;\
	done