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# Common makefile definitions for building GLib, GTk+, and various
# software that use these libraries with msvc on Win32

# For more detailed information see make.mingw in this same directory

# Debug builds shoud link with msvcrtd release build with msvcrt.
!IFNDEF DEBUG
# Full optimization:
OPTIMIZE = -Ox
CRUNTIME = -MD
# Line number debug info only
DEBUGINFO = -Zd
LINKDEBUG =
!ELSE
# Debugging:
OPTIMIZE = 
CRUNTIME = -MDd
DEBUGINFO = -Zi
LINKDEBUG = /debug
!ENDIF

LDFLAGS = /link /machine:ix86 $(LINKDEBUG)

!IFNDEF TOP
TOP = ..
!ENDIF

# paths and version numbers
!INCLUDE module.defs

################
# CFLAGS and LIBS for the packages in module.defs.
# In alphabetical order.

# Note that these CFLAGS and LIBS refer to stuff in "source"
# directories. This is for historical reasons, and only useable if you
# have the GLib, Pango, etc sources. If you use the prebuilt developer
# packages, you should fix these to instead refer to the place where
# you unzipped the developer packages. Easiest of all, run pkg-config
# --cflags gtk+-2.0 (for instance), and paste its output as the
# definition of GTK2_CFLAGS. Etc.

ATK_CFLAGS = -I $(ATK)
ATK_LIBS = $(ATK)\atk\atk-$(ATK_VER).lib

DIRENT_CFLAGS = -I $(GLIB)\build\win32\dirent
DIRENT_LIBS = $(GLIB)\build\win32\dirent\dirent.lib

# Don't know if Freetype2, FriBiDi and some others actually can be
# built with MSVC, but one can produce an import library even if the
# DLL was built with gcc.

FREETYPE2_CFLAGS = -I $(FREETYPE2)\include
FREETYPE2_LIBS = $(FREETYPE2)\obj\freetype-$(FREETYPE2_VER).lib

GDK_PIXBUF_CFLAGS = -I $(GDK_PIXBUF)
GDK_PIXBUF_LIBS = $(GTK2)\gdk-pixbuf\gdk_pixbuf-$(GDK_PIXBUF_VER).lib

GIMP_CFLAGS = -I $(GIMP)
GIMP_PLUGIN_LIBS = $(GIMP)\libgimp\gimp-$(GIMP_VER).lib $(GIMP)\libgimp\gimpui-$(GIMP_VER).lib

# overide definition to use it as callable path
GLIB = $(TOP)\glib

GLIB_CFLAGS = -I $(GLIB) -I $(GLIB)\glib -I $(GLIB)\gmodule $(INTL_CFLAGS)
GLIB_LIBS = $(GLIB)\glib\glib-$(GLIB_VER).lib $(GLIB)\gmodule\gmodule-$(GLIB_VER).lib $(GLIB)\gobject\gobject-$(GLIB_VER).lib

GTK_CFLAGS = -I$(GTK)\gdk -I$(GTK)\gdk -I$(GTK) 
GTK_LIBS = $(GTK)\gtk\gtk.lib $(GTK)\gdk\gdk.lib 

GTK2_CFLAGS = $(GLIB_CFLAGS) $(ATK_CFLAGS) -I$(GTK2)\gdk -I$(GTK2)\gdk -I$(GTK2) -I$(PANGO) -I$(ATK)
GTK2_LIBS = $(GTK2)\gtk\gtk-win32-$(GTK2_VER).lib $(GTK2)\gdk\gdk-win32-$(GTK2_VER).lib $(PANGO_LIBS)

GTKGLAREA_CFLAGS = -I $(GTKGLAREA)
GTKGLAREA_CFLAGS = -I $(GTKGLAREA)
GTKGLAREA_LIBS = $(GTKGLAREA)\gtkgl\gtkgl-$(GTKGLAREA_VER).lib

INTL_CFLAGS = -I $(INTL)
INTL_LIBS = $(INTL)\intl.lib 

LIBICONV_CFLAGS = -I $(LIBICONV)\include
LIBICONV_LIBS = $(LIBICONV)\lib\iconv.lib

LIBXML_CFLAGS = -I $(LIBXML)
LIBXML_LIBS = $(LIBXML)\xml-$(LIBXML_VER).lib

JPEG_CFLAGS = -I $(JPEG)
JPEG_LIBS = $(JPEG)\jpeg.lib

OPENGL_CFLAGS = # None needed, headers bundled with the compiler
OPENGL_LIBS = opengl32.lib lglu32.lib

PANGO_CFLAGS = -I $(PANGO)
PANGO_LIBS = $(PANGO)\pango\pango-$(PANGO_VER).lib
PANGOWIN32_LIBS = $(PANGO_LIBS) $(PANGO)\pango\pangowin32-$(PANGO_VER).lib

PNG_CFLAGS = -I $(PNG) $(ZLIB_CFLAGS)
PNG_LIBS = $(PNG)\png.lib $(ZLIB_LIBS)

TIFF_CFLAGS = -I $(TIFF)\libtiff
# Use single import library for both libtiff DLL versions (with or
# without LZW code). The user selects which DLL to use.
TIFF_NOLZW_LIBS = $(TIFF)\libtiff\tiff.lib $(JPEG_LIBS) $(ZLIB_LIBS) user32.lib
TIFF_LZW_LIBS = $(TIFF_NOLZW_LIBS)
TIFF_LIBS = $(TIFF_NOLZW_LIBS)

ZLIB_CFLAGS = -I $(ZLIB)
ZLIB_LIBS = $(ZLIB)\zlib.lib

################
# Compiler to use.

CCOMPILER = cl
CC = $(CCOMPILER) -G5 -GF $(CRUNTIME) -W3 -nologo

################
# The including makefile should define INCLUDES, DEFINES and
# DEPCFLAGS.  INCLUDES are the includes related to the module being
# built.  DEFINES similarly. DEPCFLAGS should be set to a set of
# GLIB_CFLAGS, GTK_CFLAGS etc corresponding to what other modules we
# depend on.

CFLAGS = $(OPTIMIZE) $(DEBUGINFO) $(INCLUDES) $(DEFINES) $(DEPCFLAGS)

.c.i :
	$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -E $< >$@

# The default target should be "all"

default: all

clean::
	-del *.obj
	-del *.res
	-del *.i
	-del *.exe
	-del *.dll
	-del *.lib
	-del *.err
	-del *.map
	-del *.sym
	-del *.exp
	-del *.lk1
	-del *.mk1
	-del *.pdb
	-del *.ilk

# Needed by hacker rule to make makefile.msc from makefile.msc.in:
SED = e:\cygwin\bin\sed