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# $Id$
#
# @WARNING@
#
# HylaFAX Facsimile Software
#
# Copyright (c) 1988-1996 Sam Leffler
# Copyright (c) 1991-1996 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
# HylaFAX is a trademark of Silicon Graphics
# 
# Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and 
# its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided
# that (i) the above copyright notices and this permission notice appear in
# all copies of the software and related documentation, and (ii) the names of
# Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics may not be used in any advertising or
# publicity relating to the software without the specific, prior written
# permission of Sam Leffler and Silicon Graphics.
# 
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS-IS" AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, 
# EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY 
# WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  
# 
# IN NO EVENT SHALL SAM LEFFLER OR SILICON GRAPHICS BE LIABLE FOR
# ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND,
# OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS,
# WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, AND ON ANY THEORY OF 
# LIABILITY, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE 
# OF THIS SOFTWARE.
#

#
# VERSION:	@VERSION@
# DATE:		@DATE@
# TARGET:	@TARGET@
# CCOMPILER:	@CCOMPILER@
# CXXCOMPILER:	@CXXCOMPILER@
#
@SETMAKE@
MAKEFILE	= Makefile
SHELL		= @SCRIPT_SH@
VERSION         = @VERSION@

ABI_VERSION      = @ABI_VERSION@
ABI_PATCH        = @ABI_PATCH@
#
# Directory locations setup at configuration time.
# Note that changing these parameters here is likely
# to insufficient; you are better off rerunning the
# configure script so that all uses are set correctly.
#
SPOOL		= @SPOOL@
SBIN		= @SBIN@
BIN		= @BIN@
LIBDATA		= @LIBDATA@
LIBDIR		= @LIBDIR@
LIBEXEC		= @LIBEXEC@
FONTMAP		= @FONTMAP@
FONTPATH	= @FONTPATH@
SENDMAIL	= @SENDMAIL@
#
TOPSRCDIR	= @SRCDIR@
PORT		= ${DEPTH}/port
SRCDIR          = ${DEPTH}/${TOPSRCDIR}/${SUBDIR}
VPATH           = ${DEPTH}/${TOPSRCDIR}/${SUBDIR}
#
# PostScript imaging support to setup for the default
# installation.  This should be one of "gs" or "dps"
# according to whether Ghostscript or the DPS-based
# SGI tool is to be used.
#
PSPACKAGE	= @PSPACKAGE@
#
# Basic tools used in the build process.
#
C++		= @CXXCOMPILER@
CC		= @CCOMPILER@
AR		= @AR@
AROPTS		= @AROPTS@
RANLIB		= @RANLIB@
MKDEPEND	= @MKDEPEND@
#
# Programs used during installation.
#
INSTALL		= @INSTALL@ ${INSTALL_OPTS}
ECHO		= @ECHO@
FUSER		= @FUSER@
GREP		= @GREP@
RM		= @RM@
PWDCMD		= @PWDCMD@
MKDIR		= @MKDIR@
NAWK		= @AWK@
SED		= @SED@
SORT		= @SORT@
TTYCMD		= @TTYCMD@
#
PRODUCT		= hylafax
GENDIST		= @GENDIST@			# for SGI systems

#
# Uid&Gid for installing server stuff.  Note that the server process
# proper (/usr/etc/faxd or similar) must either run setuid root or
# setuid uucp (i.e. fax and uucp must have the same uid).  This is
# so that the fax server can participate in the UUCP locking scheme
# and thereby implement tty line sharing (i.e. share the same line
# and modem for both fax and data).
#
FAXUSER		= @FAXUID@
FAXGROUP	= @FAXGID@
#
# Ownership of system directories that might be created at install time
#
SYSUSER		= @SYSUID@
SYSGROUP	= @SYSGID@
DIRMODE		= 755
#
# Enable Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) support if appropriate.
#
# DSO is the suffix for a DSO file (e.g. ".so").  If DSO's are
# not supported on a system then set this to ".a" to get static
# linking of the appropriate libraries.
#
# DSOOPTS are options to CCF/C++F when creating a DSO.
# DSODELAY is the option to supply when building a DSO with libraries
#   that should be ``lazy loaded'' (e.g. because they are infrequently
#   used)
# LLDOPTS is intended to be used to pass options that force searching
#   for DSO's that are stuck in non-standard system locations
#
DSO		= @DSOSUF@
DSOOPTS		= @DSOOPTS@
DSODELAY	= @DSODELAY@
LLDOPTS		= @LLDOPTS@

#
# Default optimizer and prototype options
#
OPTIMIZER	= @OPTIMIZER@
CVERSION	= @ENVOPTS@
C++FILE		= @CXXFILE@

# default definitions for programs--overide them as desired
LIBS		= ${UTIL}/libhylafax-${ABI_VERSION}.${DSO}
LLDLIBS		= -L${UTIL} -lhylafax-${ABI_VERSION} @LIBJBIG@ ${LIBTIFF} ${LIBINTL} ${LIBZ} ${LIBREGEX} ${LIBPORT} ${MACHDEPLIBS}
#
# Override this definition to eliminate shared library use.
#
SHDLIBC		= @SHDLIBC@

#
# Libraries that may vary from machine to machine (especially if
# you use GNU GCC instead of AT&T C++).
#
MACHDEPLIBS	= @MACHDEPLIBS@

#
# I18N-related definitions.  The source for the INTL library
# is not required to build this software, but you must have
# the INTL library installed somewhere on your system to link
# against.  If the default "-lintl" is insufficient to locate
# the library, you can setup a config.local file that defines
# LIBINTL and/or INTLINC (used to find libintl.h)
INTLINC		= @INTLINC@
LIBINTL		= @LIBINTL@
#
#
# TIFF-related definitions.  The source for the TIFF library
# is not required to build this software, but you must have
# the TIFF library installed somewhere on your system to link
# against.  If the default "-L /usr/local/lib -ltiff" is
# insufficient to locate the library you can setup a config.local
# file that defines LIBTIFF and/or TIFFINC (used to find tiffio.h)
#
TIFFINC		= @TIFFINC@
LIBTIFF		= @LIBTIFF@
TIFFBIN		= @TIFFBIN@
#
# zlib-related definitions.  The source for the zlib library
# is not required to build this software, but you must have
# the zlib library installed somewhere on your system to link
# against.  If the default "-L /usr/local/lib -lz" is
# insufficient to locate the library you can setup a config.local
# file that defines LIBZ and/or ZINC (used to find zlib.h)
#
ZLIBINC		= @ZLIBINC@
LIBZ		= @LIBZ@
#
# regex-related definitions.  The source for the POSIX regular
# expression package is not required to build this software,
# but you must have the resulting library installed somewhere
# on your system to link against.  If the default value
# "-L /usr/local/lib -lregex" is insufficient to locate the
# library you can setup a config.local file that defines LIBREGEX
# and/or REGEXINC
#
REGEXINC	= @REGEXINC@
LIBREGEX	= @LIBREGEX@
# random utility functions and classes
UTIL		= ${DEPTH}/libhylafax
FAXD		= ${DEPTH}/faxd
LIBPORT		= @LIBPORT@
LIBPAM		= @LIBPAM@
LIBUTIL		= @LIBUTIL@
LIBCRYPT	= @LIBCRYPT@

#
# Definitions used by common rules.
#
COMMONRULES	= ${DEPTH}/rules
COMMONTARGS	= clobber clean rmtargets depend incdepend

#
# C compiler flags are composed of variable (set on the command line),
# local (defined in the makefile), and global (defined in this file)
# parts, in that order.  This ordering is used so that variable or
# locally specified include directories are searched before the globally
# specified ones.
#
CFLAGS		= ${CVERSION} ${VCFLAGS} ${LCFLAGS} ${GCFLAGS}

VCFLAGS		= ${VCDEFS} ${VCINCS} ${VCOPTS}
LCFLAGS		= ${LCDEFS} ${LCINCS} ${LCOPTS}
GCFLAGS		= ${GCDEFS} ${GCINCS} ${GCOPTS}

COPTS		= ${VCOPTS} ${LCOPTS} ${GCOPTS}
CDEFS		= ${VCDEFS} ${LCDEFS} ${GCDEFS}
CINCS		= ${VCINCS} ${LCINCS} ${GCINCS}

GCOPTS		= @GCOPTS@ ${OPTIMIZER} @PROTOTYPES@
GCDEFS		= @ANSICPP@
GCINCS		= -I. -I${DEPTH} -I${SRCDIR} \
		    -I${DEPTH}/${TOPSRCDIR}/libhylafax ${REGEXINC} ${TIFFINC} ${INTLINC}
#
# C++ flags are decomposed using the same hierarchy as C flags.
#
C++FLAGS	= ${CVERSION} ${VC++FLAGS} ${LC++FLAGS} ${GC++FLAGS}

VC++FLAGS	= ${VC++DEFS} ${VC++INCS} ${VC++OPTS}
LC++FLAGS	= ${LC++DEFS} ${LC++INCS} ${LC++OPTS}
GC++FLAGS	= ${GC++DEFS} ${GC++INCS} ${GC++OPTS}

C++OPTS		= ${VC++OPTS} ${LC++OPTS} ${GC++OPTS}
C++DEFS		= ${VC++DEFS} ${LC++DEFS} ${GC++DEFS}
C++INCS		= ${VC++INCS} ${LC++INCS} ${GC++INCS}

GC++OPTS	= @GCXXOPTS@ ${OPTIMIZER}
GC++INCS	= -I. -I${DEPTH} -I${SRCDIR} \
		    -I${DEPTH}/${TOPSRCDIR}/libhylafax ${REGEXINC} ${TIFFINC} ${INTLINC}
GC++DEFS	= @ANSICXXPP@

#
# Loader flags, composed of library (-l's) and option parts, with
# the libraries appearing last.  Both of these are divided into variable,
# local, and global parts.  The composition of LDFLAGS is done in the
# other "direction" from CFLAGS so that all the -L's, that are part of
# LDOPTS, appear before any of the -l's, which are part of LDLIBS.
# Another benefit of segregating the libraries from the remaining of the
# loader options is that the libraries alone can easily be given to
# another program, e.g., lint.
#
# Notes:
#   - If a program should not be linked with the shared version of libc,
#     then its make file should override the setting of SHDLIBC with a
#     line such as "SHDLIBC=".
#
LDFLAGS_ENV	:= $(shell dpkg-buildflags --get LDFLAGS)
LDFLAGS		= ${LDFLAGS_ENV} ${LDOPTS} ${LDLIBS}

LDOPTS		= ${VLDOPTS} ${LLDOPTS} ${GLDOPTS}
LDLIBS		= ${VLDLIBS} ${LLDLIBS} ${GLDLIBS}

GLDOPTS		=
GLDLIBS		= ${SHDLIBC}

#
# Convenient command macros that include the flags macros.
#
C++F		= ${C++} ${C++FLAGS}
CCF		= ${CC} ${CFLAGS}

#
# Shell script for generating make dependencies.  MKDEPEND is a shorthand
# for the tool's absolute pathname.  MKDEPENDC adds MKDEPCFLAGS and the -c
# mkdepend option to this.  The other language's mkdepend variables try to
# include their language's name in the variable names.  Unfortunately, a
# lot of makefiles already use the nondescript LMKDEPFLAGS for C language
# mkdepend options, so we initialize LMKDEPCFLAGS with ${LMKDEPFLAGS}.
#
MKDEPENDC++	= ${MKDEPEND} ${MKDEPC++FLAGS} -c \
		    "${C++F} ${C++FILE} -c -M @MKDEPCXXOPTS@"
MKDEPENDC	= ${MKDEPEND} ${MKDEPCFLAGS} -c "${CCF} -c -M @MKDEPCOPTS@"

MKDEPC++FLAGS	= ${VMKDEPC++FLAGS} ${LMKDEPC++FLAGS} ${GMKDEPC++FLAGS}
MKDEPCFLAGS	= ${VMKDEPCFLAGS} ${LMKDEPCFLAGS} ${GMKDEPCFLAGS}
LMKDEPCFLAGS	= ${LMKDEPFLAGS}

GMKDEPFLAGS	= -e 's@ ${INCLDIR}/@ $${INCLDIR}/@'
GMKDEPC++FLAGS	= ${GMKDEPFLAGS} -s C++ -e 's@\.c++\.o *: @\.o: @'
GMKDEPCFLAGS	= ${GMKDEPFLAGS}

#
# Macro to add to LMKDEPCFLAGS or LMKDEPC++FLAGS if your makefile builds
# single-source programs using null suffix rules (e.g., .c:}.  This option
# works for both C and C++ make depend.
#
NULLSUFFIX_MKDEPFLAG=-e 's@\.o+*:@:@'
#
# MKDEPFILE is the name of the dependency database, included by rules.
#
MKDEPFILE	= Makedepend
#
# CDEPFILES lists all C or cc-compiled source files that depend on header
# files computable by ${MKDEPENDC}.  C++DEPFILES lists all C++ files having
# dependencies computable by ${MKDEPENDC++}.
#
C++DEPFILES	= ${C++FILES}
CDEPFILES	= ${CFILES}
DEPFILES	= ${C++DEPFILES} ${CDEPFILES}

#
# Directory shorthands, mainly for make depend (see GMKDEPFLAGS above).
#
INCLDIR		= /usr/include

#
# Manual-related controls:
#
# MAN		head of manual tree
# MANAPPS	subdirectory for client stuff in BIN
# MANSYS	subdirectory for server & server-related apps
# MANFILES	subdirectory for file format info 
#
MAN		= @MANDIR@
MANAPPS		= @MANAPPS@
MANSYS		= @MANSYS@
MANFILES	= @MANFILES@
#
# MANNUM4_5	specification of manpage numbering for 4, 4F, 5, or 5F
# MANNUM1_8	specification of manpage numbering for 8, 8C, or 1M
# MANCVT	command to convert source to installable target (can use
#		$? and $@, but not $<)
MANNUM4_5	= @MANNUM4_5@
MANNUM1_8	= @MANNUM1_8@
MANCVT		= @MANCVT@
#
# The following macros are used during the install step to generate
# the filenames of the target manual pages.  They appear inside a
# shell for loop in a command of the form:
#
#	f=${MAN*NAME}
#
# where the variable ``i'' contains the filename of the formatted
# manual page (formatted according to the MANCVT macro).
#
# MANCAPPNAME	generate installed client app man page filename
# MANCFILENAME	generate installed client file format man page filename
# MANSAPPNAME	generate installed server app man page filename
# MANSFILENAME	generate installed server file format man page filename
#
#
MANCAPPNAME	= @MANCAPPNAME@
MANCFILENAME	= @MANCFILENAME@
MANSAPPNAME	= @MANSAPPNAME@
MANSFILENAME	= @MANSFILENAME@
#
# NLS Support
#
# All translations listed here must have a translated po/${LANG}.po file
#
LOCALEDIR       = @LOCALEDIR@

LANGUAGES       = nl es vi id de

XGETTEXT	= @XGETTEXT@
MSGMERGE	= @MSGMERGE@
MSGFMT		= @MSGFMT@
MSGCAT		= @MSGCAT@