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## config/conclude.am
## (Use double hashes for copyright notice so that automake treats it as
## comments and does not pass it to Makefile.in)
## Copyright by The HDF Group.
## Copyright by the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois.
## All rights reserved.
##
## This file is part of HDF5.  The full HDF5 copyright notice, including
## terms governing use, modification, and redistribution, is contained in
## the files COPYING and Copyright.html.  COPYING can be found at the root
## of the source code distribution tree; Copyright.html can be found at the
## root level of an installed copy of the electronic HDF5 document set and
## is linked from the top-level documents page.  It can also be found at
## http://hdfgroup.org/HDF5/doc/Copyright.html.  If you do not have
## access to either file, you may request a copy from help@hdfgroup.org.


## Textually included at the end of most HDF5 Makefiles.am.
## Contains build rules.

# Automake needs to be taught how to build lib, progs, and tests targets.
# These will be filled in automatically for the most part (e.g.,
# lib_LIBRARIES are built for lib target), but EXTRA_LIB, EXTRA_PROG, and
# EXTRA_TEST variables are supplied to allow the user to force targets to
# be built at certain times. 
LIB = $(lib_LIBRARIES) $(lib_LTLIBRARIES) $(noinst_LIBRARIES)                 \
      $(noinst_LTLIBRARIES) $(check_LIBRARIES) $(check_LTLIBRARIES) $(EXTRA_LIB)
PROGS = $(bin_PROGRAMS) $(bin_SCRIPTS) $(noinst_PROGRAMS) $(noinst_SCRIPTS)   \
        $(EXTRA_PROG)
chk_TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS) $(check_SCRIPTS) $(EXTRA_TEST) 
TESTS = $(TEST_PROG) $(TEST_SCRIPT) $(EXTRA_TEST) 

TEST_EXTENSIONS = .sh
SH_LOG_COMPILER = $(SHELL)
AM_SH_LOG_FLAGS =

# lib/progs/tests targets recurse into subdirectories. build-* targets
# build files in this directory.
build-lib: $(LIB)
build-progs: $(LIB) $(PROGS)
build-tests: $(LIB) $(PROGS) $(chk_TESTS)

# General rule for recursive building targets.
# BUILT_SOURCES contain targets that need to be built before anything else
# in the directory (e.g., for Fortran type detection)
lib progs tests check-s check-p :: $(BUILT_SOURCES)
	@$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) build-$@ || exit 1;
	@for d in X $(SUBDIRS); do                                             \
	    if test $$d != X && test $$d != .; then                           \
	        (set -x; cd $$d && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) $@) || exit 1;     \
	    fi;                                                               \
	done

# General rule for recursive cleaning targets.  Like the rule above,
# but doesn't require building BUILT_SOURCES.
check-clean ::
	@$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) build-$@ || exit 1;
	@for d in X $(SUBDIRS); do                                             \
	    if test $$d != X && test $$d != .; then                           \
	        (set -x; cd $$d && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) $@) || exit 1;     \
	    fi;                                                               \
	done

# Tell Automake to build tests when the user types `make all' (this is
# not its default behavior).  Also build EXTRA_LIB and EXTRA_PROG since
# Automake won't build them automatically, either.
all-local: $(EXTRA_LIB) $(EXTRA_PROG) $(chk_TESTS)

# make install-doc doesn't do anything outside of doc directory, but
# Makefiles should recognize it.
# UPDATE: docs no longer reside in this build tree, so this target
# is depreciated.
install-doc uninstall-doc:
	@echo "Nothing to be done."

# clean up files generated by tests so they can be re-run.
build-check-clean:
	$(RM) -rf $(CHECK_CLEANFILES)

# run check-clean whenever mostlyclean is run
mostlyclean-local: build-check-clean

# check-install is just a synonym for installcheck
check-install: installcheck

# Run each test in order, passing $(TEST_FLAGS) to the program.
# Since tests are done in a shell loop, "make -i" does apply inside it.
# Set HDF5_Make_Ignore to a non-blank string to ignore errors inside the loop.
# The timestamps give a rough idea how much time the tests use.
#
# Note that targets in chk_TESTS (defined above) will be built when the user
# types 'make tests' or 'make check', but only programs in TEST_PROG,
# TEST_PROG_PARA, or TEST_SCRIPT will actually be executed.
check-TESTS: test

test _test:
	@$(MAKE) build-check-s
	@$(MAKE) build-check-p

# Actual execution of check-s.
build-check-s: $(LIB) $(PROGS) $(chk_TESTS)
	@if test -n "$(TEST_PROG)$(TEST_SCRIPT)"; then      \
	   echo "===Serial tests in `echo ${PWD} | sed -e s:.*/::` begin `date`==="; \
	fi
	@$(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) _exec_check-s
	@if test -n "$(TEST_PROG)$(TEST_SCRIPT)"; then      \
	    echo "===Serial tests in `echo ${PWD} | sed -e s:.*/::` ended `date`===";\
	fi

TEST_PROG_CHKEXE=$(TEST_PROG:=.chkexe_)
TEST_PROG_PARA_CHKEXE=$(TEST_PROG_PARA:=.chkexe_)
TEST_SCRIPT_CHKSH=$(TEST_SCRIPT:=.chkexe_)
TEST_SCRIPT_PARA_CHKSH=$(TEST_SCRIPT_PARA:=.chkexe_)

_exec_check-s: $(TEST_PROG_CHKEXE) $(TEST_SCRIPT_CHKSH)

# The dummy.chkexe here prevents the target from being
# empty if there are no tests in the current directory.
# $${log} is the log file.
# $${tname} is the name of test.
$(TEST_PROG_CHKEXE) $(TEST_PROG_PARA_CHKEXE) dummy.chkexe_:
	@if test "X$@" != "X.chkexe_" && test "X$@" != "Xdummy.chkexe_"; then \
	   tname=$(@:.chkexe_=)$(EXEEXT);\
	   log=$(@:.chkexe_=.chklog); \
	   echo "============================"; \
	   if $(top_srcdir)/bin/newer $(@:.chkexe_=.chkexe) $${tname}; then \
	      echo "No need to test $${tname} again."; \
	   else \
	      echo "============================" > $${log}; \
	      if test "X$(FORTRAN_API)" = "Xyes"; then \
	         echo "Fortran API: Testing $(HDF5_DRIVER) $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)"; \
	         echo "Fortran API: $(HDF5_DRIVER) $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS) Test Log" >> $${log}; \
	      elif test "X$(CXX_API)" = "Xyes"; then \
	         echo "C++ API: Testing $(HDF5_DRIVER) $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)"; \
	         echo "C++ API: $(HDF5_DRIVER) $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS) Test Log" >> $${log};\
	      else \
	         echo "Testing $(HDF5_DRIVER) $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)"; \
	         echo "$(HDF5_DRIVER) $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS) Test Log" >> $${log}; \
	      fi; \
	      echo "============================" >> $${log}; \
	      srcdir="$(srcdir)" \
	         $(TIME) $(RUNEXEC) ./$${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS) >> $${log} 2>&1 \
	         && touch $(@:.chkexe_=.chkexe) || \
	         (test $$HDF5_Make_Ignore && echo "*** Error ignored") || \
	         (cat $${log} && false) || exit 1; \
	      echo "" >> $${log}; \
	      echo "Finished testing $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)" >> $${log}; \
	      echo "============================" >> $${log}; \
	      echo "Finished testing $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)"; \
	      cat $${log}; \
	   fi; \
	fi
 
# The dummysh.chkexe here prevents the target from being
# empty if there are no tests in the current directory.
# $${log} is the log file.
# $${tname} is the name of test.
$(TEST_SCRIPT_CHKSH) $(TEST_SCRIPT_PARA_CHKSH) dummysh.chkexe_:
	@if test "X$@" != "X.chkexe_" && test "X$@" != "Xdummysh.chkexe_"; then \
	   cmd=$(@:.chkexe_=);\
	   tname=`basename $$cmd`;\
	   chkname=`basename $(@:.chkexe_=.chkexe)`;\
	   log=`basename $(@:.chkexe_=.chklog)`; \
	   echo "============================"; \
	   if $(top_srcdir)/bin/newer $${chkname} $$cmd $(SCRIPT_DEPEND); then \
	      echo "No need to test $${tname} again."; \
	   else \
	      echo "============================" > $${log}; \
	      if test "X$(FORTRAN_API)" = "Xyes"; then \
	         echo "Fortran API: Testing $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)"; \
	         echo "Fortran API: $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS) Test Log" >> $${log}; \
	      elif test "X$(CXX_API)" = "Xyes"; then \
	         echo "C++ API: Testing $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)"; \
	         echo "C++ API: $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS) Test Log" >> $${log}; \
	      else \
	         echo "Testing $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)"; \
	         echo "$${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS) Test Log" >> $${log}; \
	      fi; \
	      echo "============================" >> $${log}; \
	      RUNSERIAL="$(RUNSERIAL)" RUNPARALLEL="$(RUNPARALLEL)"           \
	      srcdir="$(srcdir)" \
	         $(TIME) $(SHELL) $$cmd $(TEST_FLAGS) >> $${log} 2>&1 \
	         && touch $${chkname} || \
	         (test $$HDF5_Make_Ignore && echo "*** Error ignored") || \
	         (cat $${log} && false) || exit 1; \
	      echo "" >> $${log}; \
	      echo "Finished testing $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)" >> $${log}; \
	      echo "============================" >> $${log}; \
	      echo "Finished testing $${tname} $(TEST_FLAGS)"; \
	      cat $${log}; \
	   fi; \
	   echo "============================"; \
	fi

# Actual execution of check-p.
build-check-p: $(LIB) $(PROGS) $(chk_TESTS)
	@if test -n "$(TEST_PROG_PARA)$(TEST_SCRIPT_PARA)"; then      \
	   echo "===Parallel tests in `echo ${PWD} | sed -e s:.*/::` begin `date`==="; \
	fi
	@if test -n "$(TEST_PROG_PARA)"; then                                \
	    echo "**** Hint ****";                                            \
	    echo "Parallel test files reside in the current directory"        \
	         "by default.";                                               \
	    echo "Set HDF5_PARAPREFIX to use another directory. E.g.,";       \
	    echo "    HDF5_PARAPREFIX=/PFS/user/me";                          \
	    echo "    export HDF5_PARAPREFIX";                                \
	    echo "    make check";                                            \
	    echo "**** end of Hint ****";                                     \
	fi
	@for test in $(TEST_PROG_PARA) dummy; do                             \
	   if test $$test != dummy; then                                      \
	      $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) $$test.chkexe_ \
	      RUNEXEC="$(RUNPARALLEL)" || exit 1; \
	   fi;                                                                \
	done
	@for test in $(TEST_SCRIPT_PARA) dummy; do                           \
	  if test $$test != dummy; then                                      \
	    $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) $$test.chkexe_ || exit 1; \
	  fi;                                                                 \
	done
	@if test -n "$(TEST_PROG_PARA)$(TEST_SCRIPT_PARA)"; then      \
	    echo "===Parallel tests in `echo ${PWD} | sed -e s:.*/::` ended `date`===";\
	fi

# Run test with different Virtual File Driver
check-vfd: $(LIB) $(PROGS) $(chk_TESTS)
	@for vfd in $(VFD_LIST) dummy; do                                     \
	    if test $$vfd != dummy; then                                      \
	        echo "============================";                          \
	        echo "Testing Virtual File Driver $$vfd";                     \
	        echo "============================";                          \
	        $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) check-clean || exit 1;                \
	        HDF5_DRIVER=$$vfd $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) check || exit 1;    \
	    fi;                                                               \
	done