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# This -*- makefile -*- is part of our build system for OCaml projects
# Copyright (C) 2008, 2009  Luca Saiu
# Copyright (C) 2008, 2010, 2016  Jean-Vincent Loddo
# Copyright (C) 2008, 2009, 2010, 2016  Université Paris 13
# Updated in 2008 by Jonathan Roudiere
# Thanks to JulioJu (https://github.com/JulioJu) for the patch
# about prefix_install

# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.

# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.

# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

# This is the revision of 2016-06-07.

######################################################################
# This make file is general-purpose: the actual project-dependant part
# should be written for each specific project in a 'Makefile.local'
# file.
#
# This contains some (simple) makefile magic which is only supported
# by GNU Make. Don't even try to use other make implementations.
######################################################################


######################################################################
# Implementation of targets. Note that the user is *not* supposed to
# override these, but only to define the project-dependant '-local'
# versions:

# Makefiles (this one as those in other parts) use extensively the bash shell
SHELL=/bin/bash

OCAMLBUILD = $$( $(call OCAMLBUILD_COMMAND_LINE) )
LIBRARYPREFIX=$(shell $(call READ_CONFIG, libraryprefix); echo $$libraryprefix)
OCAML_VERSION=$(shell $(call READ_CONFIG, ocaml_version); echo $$ocaml_version)
OCAML_LIBRARYPREFIX=$(shell $(call READ_CONFIG, ocaml_libraryprefix); echo $$ocaml_libraryprefix)

# The main target. Its implementation is entirely project-dependant:
main: ocamlbuild-stuff manually_pre_actions main-local data libraries programs manually_post_actions
	@(echo "Success.")

# Build C modules (no one, by default):
c-modules:
	@(mkdir _build &> /dev/null || true) && \
	for x in $(C_OBJECTS_TO_LINK); do \
	  make _build/$$x.o; \
	done

BUILD_FROM_STUFF = \
	@( echo "Building $(1)..."; \
	shopt -s execfail; set -e; \
	for x in $(2); do \
	  echo "Building \"$$x\"..."; \
	  if $(MAKE) $$x; then \
	    echo "Ok, \"$$x\" was built with success."; \
	  else \
	    echo "FAILED when building \"$$x\"."; \
	    exit -1; \
	  fi; \
	done; \
	echo "Success: $(1) were built.")

# Build only data:
data: ocamlbuild-stuff data-local $(DATA)
	$(call BUILD_FROM_STUFF, data, $(DATA))

# Build only native libraries:
native-libraries: ocamlbuild-stuff c-modules native-libraries-local $(NATIVE_LIBRARIES)
	$(call BUILD_FROM_STUFF, native-libraries, $(NATIVE_LIBRARIES))

# Build only bytecode libraries:
byte-libraries: ocamlbuild-stuff c-modules byte-libraries-local $(BYTE_LIBRARIES)
	$(call BUILD_FROM_STUFF, byte-libraries, $(BYTE_LIBRARIES))

# Build libraries; bytecode, native, or both:
libraries: c-modules libraries-local
	@($(call BUILD_NATIVE_ANDOR_BYTECODE,libraries) ) # Spaces are ok

# Build programs; bytecode, native, or both:
programs: c-modules programs-local
	@($(call BUILD_NATIVE_ANDOR_BYTECODE,programs) ) # Spaces are ok

# Build the native and/or bytecode version of $(1). $(1) may be either
# "libraries" or "programs". *Don't* put a space before the argument.
BUILD_NATIVE_ANDOR_BYTECODE = \
	(if [ "$$( $(call NATIVE) )" == 'native' ]; then \
	  echo "Building native $(1)..."; \
	  if $(MAKE) native-$(1); then \
	    echo "Success: native $(1) were built."; \
	  else \
	    echo "FAILURE: could not build native $(1)."; \
	    exit -1; \
	  fi; \
	else \
	  echo "NOT building native $(1)..."; \
	fi; \
	if [ "$$( $(call BYTE) )" == 'byte' ]; then \
	  echo "Builing bytecode $(1)..."; \
	  if $(MAKE) byte-$(1); then \
	    echo "Success: bytecode $(1) were built."; \
	  else \
	    echo "FAILURE: could not build bytecode $(1)."; \
	    exit -1; \
	  fi; \
	else \
	  echo "NOT building bytecode $(1)..."; \
	fi)

# Build only native programs:
native-programs: ocamlbuild-stuff native-programs-local $(NATIVE_PROGRAMS) $(ROOT_NATIVE_PROGRAMS)
	$(call BUILD_FROM_STUFF, native-programs, $(NATIVE_PROGRAMS) $(ROOT_NATIVE_PROGRAMS))

# Build only bytecode programs:
byte-programs: ocamlbuild-stuff byte-programs-local $(BYTE_PROGRAMS) $(ROOT_BYTE_PROGRAMS)
	$(call BUILD_FROM_STUFF, byte-programs, $(BYTE_PROGRAMS) $(ROOT_BYTE_PROGRAMS))

# 'all' is just an alias for 'main':
all: main

# In some projects we may need to build something more than 'main',
# but we do nothing more by default:
world: world-local main
	@(echo 'Success.')


############################################################################
# Support for manually generated files (i.e. not generated with ocamlbuild)
############################################################################

# Example: (in your Makefile.local)
#
# foo.byte   : manually_pre_actions
# foo.native : manually_pre_actions
#
# MANUALLY_PRE_COPY_IN_build = include_as_string_p4.ml USAGE.txt
# MANUALLY_PRE_MAKE_IN_build = include_as_string_p4.cmo
#
# _build/include_as_string_p4.cmo: include_as_string_p4.ml
#	ocamlc -c -I +camlp4 camlp4lib.cma -pp camlp4of -o $@ $<

.PHONY : manually_pre_actions manually_post_actions

################################# PRE-ACTIONS support

# Files that must be copied in _build/ *before* the ocamlbuild processing.
MANUALLY_PRE_COPY_IN_build =

# Targets that must be created in _build/ *before* the ocamlbuild processing.
# For each foo.bar that appears in this list, you have to write a rule
# _build/foo.bar in your Makefile.local
MANUALLY_PRE_MAKE_IN_build =

manually_pre_actions:
	$(call PERFORM_MANUALLY_PRE_ACTIONS, $(MANUALLY_PRE_COPY_IN_build),$(MANUALLY_PRE_MAKE_IN_build))

# Detect if "make clean" is required or copy and build manually targets
# specified in MANUALLY_PRE_COPY_IN_build and MANUALLY_PRE_MAKE_IN_build
PERFORM_MANUALLY_PRE_ACTIONS = \
	@(\
	if test -d _build/; \
	then \
	  echo "Checking if files manually copied in _build/ have been modified..."; \
	  for x in $(1); do \
	    echo "Checking \"$$x\"..."; \
	    test ! -f _build/$$x || \
	       diff -q $$x _build/$$x 2>/dev/null || \
	       { echo -e "********************\nmake clean required!\n********************"; exit 1; } ;\
	  done; \
	else \
	  mkdir _build/; \
	fi; \
	for x in $(1); do echo "Manually pre-copying \"$$x\"...";  cp --parent -f $$x _build/; done; \
	for y in $(2); do echo "Manually pre-building \"$$y\"..."; make _build/$$y || exit 1; done; \
	)

################################# POST-ACTIONS support

# Files that must be copied in _build/ *after* the ocamlbuild processing.
MANUALLY_POST_COPY_IN_build =

# Targets that must be created in _build/ *after* the ocamlbuild processing.
# For each foo.bar that appears in this list, you have to write a rule
# _build/foo.bar in your Makefile.local
MANUALLY_POST_MAKE_IN_build =

manually_post_actions:
	$(call PERFORM_MANUALLY_POST_ACTIONS, $(MANUALLY_POST_COPY_IN_build), $(MANUALLY_POST_MAKE_IN_build))

PERFORM_MANUALLY_POST_ACTIONS = \
	@(\
	for x in $(1); do echo "Manually post-copying \"$$x\"...";  cp --parent -f $$x _build/; done; \
	for y in $(2); do echo "Manually post-building \"$$y\"..."; make _build/$$y || exit 1; done; \
	)



############################################################################
# Other entries


# Edit all ml/mli files and Makefile.local with your $EDITOR
edit:
	test -n "$$EDITOR" && eval $$EDITOR Makefile.local $$(find . \( -name "_build*" -o -name "meta.ml" -o -name "$(EXCLUDE_FROM_EDITING)" -o -name "version.ml" -o -name "gui.ml" -o -name myocamlbuild.ml \) -prune -o -type f -a \( -name "*.ml" -o -name "*.mli" \) -print) &
# Create the documentation
documentation: world documentation-local
	chmod +x Makefile.d/doc.sh
	Makefile.d/doc.sh -pp "$(PP_OPTION)" -e "$(UNDOCUMENTED)" -i $(DIRECTORIES_TO_INCLUDE)

doc: documentation

INDEX_HTML=_build/doc/html/index.html
browse:
	test -f  $(INDEX_HTML) || make documentation
	test -n "$$BROWSER" && $$BROWSER $(INDEX_HTML)

# Install programs and libraries:
install: install-programs install-libraries install-data install-configuration install-documentation install-local
	@(echo 'Success.')

# The user is free to override this to add custom targets to install into the
# $prefix_install/share/$name installation directory:
OTHER_DATA_TO_INSTALL =

# The user is free to override this to add custom targets to install into the
# $documentationprefix/$name installation directory:
OTHER_DOCUMENTATION_TO_INSTALL =

# Install the documentation from this package (_build/doc) into $prefix_install/share/$name:
install-documentation: META CONFIGME install-documentation-local
	@($(call READ_CONFIG, documentationprefix); \
	$(call READ_META, name); \
	directory=$$documentationprefix/$$name; \
	shopt -s nullglob; \
	if [ -e _build/doc ]; then \
	  documentationifany=`ls -d _build/doc/*`; \
	else \
	  documentationifany=''; \
	fi; \
	if [ "$$documentationifany" == "" ]; then \
	  echo "No documentation to install: ok, no problem..."; \
	else \
	  echo "Installing $$name documentation into $$directory ..."; \
	  echo "Creating $$directory ..."; \
	  if mkdir -p $$directory; then \
	    echo "The directory $$directory was created with success."; \
	  else \
	    echo "Could not create $$directory"; \
	    exit -1; \
	  fi; \
	  echo "Copying $$name documentation to $$directory ..."; \
	  for x in COPYING README $$documentationifany $(OTHER_DOCUMENTATION_TO_INSTALL); do \
	    if cp -af $$x $$directory; then \
	      echo "Installed $$x into $$directory/"; \
	    else \
	      echo "Could not write $$directory/$$x."; \
	      exit -1; \
	    fi; \
	  done; \
	  echo "Documentation installation for $$name was successful."; \
	fi)

# Just a handy alias:
install-doc: install-documentation

# Install the data from this package into $prefix_install/share/$name:
install-data: META CONFIGME main install-data-local
	@($(call READ_CONFIG, prefix_install); \
	$(call READ_META, name); \
	directory=$$prefix_install/share/$$name; \
	shopt -s nullglob; \
	if [ -e share ]; then \
	  dataifany=`ls -d share/*`; \
	else \
	  dataifany=''; \
	fi; \
	if [ "$$dataifany" == "" ]; then \
	  echo "No data to install: ok, no problem..."; \
	else \
	  echo "Installing $$name data into $$directory ..."; \
	  echo "Creating $$directory ..."; \
	  if mkdir -p $$directory; then \
	    echo "The directory $$directory was created with success."; \
	  else \
	    echo "Could not create $$directory"; \
	    exit -1; \
	  fi; \
	  echo "Copying $$name data to $$directory ..."; \
	  for x in COPYING README $$dataifany $(OTHER_DATA_TO_INSTALL); do \
	    if cp -af $$x $$directory; then \
	      echo "Installed $$x into $$directory/"; \
	    else \
	      echo "Could not write $$directory/$$x."; \
	      exit -1; \
	    fi; \
	  done; \
	  echo "Data installation for $$name was successful."; \
	fi)

# Install the software configuration files, if any:
install-configuration: META CONFIGME install-configuration-local
	@($(call READ_CONFIG, configurationprefix); \
	$(call READ_META, name); \
	if [ -e etc ]; then \
	  echo "Installing configuration files into $$configurationprefix/$$name..."; \
	  mkdir -p $$configurationprefix/$$name; \
	  shopt -s nullglob; \
	  for file in etc/*; do \
	    basename=`basename $$file`; \
	    echo "Installing $$basename into $$configurationprefix/$$name..."; \
	    if ! cp $$file $$configurationprefix/$$name/; then \
	      echo "ERROR: Could not install $$basename into $$configurationprefix/$$name"; \
	      exit -1; \
	    fi; \
	  done; \
	else \
	  echo "We don't have any configuration files to install."; \
	fi)

# Uninstall the software configuration files, if any:
uninstall-configuration: CONFIGME uninstall-configuration-local
	@($(call READ_CONFIG, configurationprefix); \
	if [ -e etc ]; then \
	  echo "Removing configuration files from $$configurationprefix..."; \
	  shopt -s nullglob; \
	  for file in etc/*; do \
	    basename=`basename $$file`; \
	    echo "Uninstalling $$basename from $$configurationprefix..."; \
	    if ! rm -f $$configurationprefix/$$basename; then \
	      echo "ERROR: Could not remove $$basename from $$configurationprefix"; \
	      exit -1; \
	    fi; \
	  done; \
	else \
	  echo "We don't have any configuration files to remove."; \
	fi)

# Remove the data of this package from $prefix_install/share/$name:
uninstall-data: META CONFIGME uninstall-data-local
	@( ($(call READ_CONFIG, prefix_install); \
	$(call READ_META, name); \
	directory=$$prefix_install/share/$$name; \
	echo "Removing $$name data from $$prefix_install/share/..."; \
	shopt -s nullglob; \
	if rm -rf $$directory; then \
	  echo "The entire directory $$directory was removed."; \
	else \
	  echo "Could not delete $$directory"; \
	  exit -1; \
	fi); \
	echo 'Data uninstallation was successful.')

# Remove the documentation of this package from $documentationprefix/$name:
uninstall-documentation: META CONFIGME uninstall-documentation-local
	@( ($(call READ_CONFIG, documentationprefix); \
	$(call READ_META, name); \
	directory=$$documentationprefix/$$name; \
	echo "Removing $$name documentation from $$documentationprefix..."; \
	shopt -s nullglob; \
	if rm -rf $$directory; then \
	  echo "The entire directory $$directory was removed."; \
	else \
	  echo "Could not delete $$directory"; \
	  exit -1; \
	fi); \
	echo 'Documentation uninstallation was successful.')

# The user is free to override this to add custom targets to install into the
# $prefix_install/bin installation directory; the typical use of this would be
# installing scripts.
OTHER_PROGRAMS_TO_INSTALL =

# These are programs to be installed into $prefix_install/sbin 
# instead of $prefix_install/bin:
ROOT_NATIVE_PROGRAMS =
ROOT_BYTE_PROGRAMS =

# Install the programs from this package into $prefix_install/bin:
install-programs: META CONFIGME programs install-programs-local
	@($(call READ_CONFIG, prefix_install); 		     \
	$(call READ_META, name);   		     \
	echo "Creating $$prefix_install/bin/..."; \
	(mkdir -p $$prefix_install/bin &> /dev/null || true); \
	echo "Creating $$prefix_install/sbin/..."; \
	(mkdir -p $$prefix_install/sbin &> /dev/null || true); \
	echo "Installing programs from $$name into $$prefix_install/bin/..."; \
	shopt -s nullglob; \
	for file in $(OTHER_PROGRAMS_TO_INSTALL) _build/*.byte _build/*.native; do \
	  basename=`basename $$file`; \
	  if echo " $(ROOT_NATIVE_PROGRAMS) $(ROOT_BYTE_PROGRAMS) " | grep -q " $$basename "; then \
	    echo "Installing "`basename $$file`" as a \"root program\" into $$prefix_install/sbin..."; \
	    cp -a $$file $$prefix_install/sbin/; \
	    chmod +x $$prefix_install/sbin/$$basename; \
	  else \
	    echo "Installing "`basename $$file`" into $$prefix_install/bin..."; \
	    cp -a $$file $$prefix_install/bin/; \
	    chmod +x $$prefix_install/bin/$$basename; \
	  fi; \
	done) && \
	echo 'Program installation was successful.'

# Remove the programs from this package from $prefix_install/bin:
uninstall-programs: META CONFIGME main uninstall-programs-local
	@($(call READ_CONFIG, prefix_install); 		     \
	$(call READ_META, name);   		     \
	echo "Removing $$name programs..."; \
	shopt -s nullglob; \
	for file in $(OTHER_PROGRAMS_TO_INSTALL) _build/*.byte _build/*.native; do \
	  basename=`basename $$file`; \
	  if echo " $(ROOT_NATIVE_PROGRAMS) $(ROOT_BYTE_PROGRAMS) " | grep -q " $$basename "; then \
	    echo -e "Removing the \"root program\" $$basename from $$prefix_install/sbin..."; \
	    export pathname=$$prefix_install/sbin/`basename $$file`; \
	  else \
	    echo -e "Removing $$basename from $$prefix_install/bin..."; \
	    export pathname=$$prefix_install/bin/`basename $$file`; \
	  fi; \
	  rm -f $$pathname; \
	done) && \
	echo 'Program uninstallation was successful.'

# The user is free to override this to add custom targets to install into the
# library installation directory:
OTHER_LIBRARY_FILES_TO_INSTALL =

# Install the library in this package into the path chosen at configuration time:
install-libraries: libraries install-libraries-local
	@($(call READ_META,name);        			     \
	if [ "$(NATIVE_LIBRARIES) $(BYTE_LIBRARIES)" == " " ]; then \
	  echo "There are no native libraries to install: ok, no problem..."; \
	else \
	  (echo "Installing $$name libraries into "$(LIBRARYPREFIX)"/$$name/..."; \
	  (mkdir -p $(LIBRARYPREFIX)/$$name &> /dev/null || true); \
	  shopt -s nullglob; \
	  cp -f META $(OTHER_LIBRARY_FILES_TO_INSTALL) \
	        _build/*.cma _build/*.cmxa _build/*.a _build/*.so \
	        `find _build/ -name \*.cmi | grep -v /myocamlbuild` \
	        `find _build/ -name \*.mli | grep -v /myocamlbuild` \
	      $(LIBRARYPREFIX)/$$name/) && \
	  if test -d $(LIBRARYPREFIX)/stublibs/; then \
	    find _build/ -name "dll*.so" -exec cp -f "{}" $(LIBRARYPREFIX)/stublibs/ ";" ; \
	  fi; \
	  echo 'Library installation was successful.'; \
	fi)

# Uninstall programs and libraries:
uninstall: uninstall-programs uninstall-libraries uninstall-data uninstall-configuration uninstall-documentation uninstall-local
	@(echo 'Success.')

# Remove the library from the installation path chosen at configuration time:
uninstall-libraries: main uninstall-libraries-local
	@(($(call READ_META,name);        			     \
	echo "Uninstalling $$name libraries from "$(LIBRARYPREFIX)" ..."; \
	shopt -s nullglob; \
	rm -rf $(LIBRARYPREFIX)/$$name/) && \
	echo 'Library uninstallation was successful.')

# Make a source tarball:
dist: clean dist-local
	@($(call READ_META, name, version); \
	$(call FIX_VERSION); \
	echo "Making the source tarball _build/$$name-$$version.tar.gz ..."; \
	if [ -d .bzr ]; then \
	$(MAKE) meta.ml.released; \
	$(MAKE) ChangeLog; \
	fi; \
	mkdir -p _build/$$name-$$version; \
	cp -af * _build/$$name-$$version/ &> /dev/null; \
	(tar --exclude=_build --exclude=meta.ml --exclude=.bzr -C _build -czf \
	     _build/$$name-$$version.tar.gz $$name-$$version/ && \
	rm -rf _build/$$name-$$version)) && \
	if [ -d .bzr ]; then \
	  rm -f meta.ml.released ChangeLog; \
	fi; \
	echo "Success."

# These files are included also in binary tarballs:
FILES_TO_ALWAYS_DISTRIBUTE = \
  COPYING README INSTALL AUTHORS THANKS META Makefile Makefile.local CONFIGME \
  REQUIREMENTS NEWS ChangeLog

# Make a binary tarball:
dist-binary: dist-binary-local main documentation
	@(($(call READ_META, name, version); \
	$(call FIX_VERSION); \
	architecture=$$(echo `uname -o`-`uname -m` | sed 's/\//-/g'); \
	directoryname=$$name-$$version--binary-only--$$architecture; \
	filename=$$directoryname.tar.gz; \
	echo "Making the binary tarball _build/$$filename ..."; \
	$(MAKE) ChangeLog; \
	mkdir -p _build/$$directoryname; \
	mkdir -p _build/$$directoryname/_build; \
	shopt -s nullglob; \
	for x in $(FILES_TO_ALWAYS_DISTRIBUTE) share doc etc; do \
	  cp $$x _build/$$directoryname &> /dev/null; \
	done; \
	for x in $(NATIVE_PROGRAMS) $(NATIVE_LIBRARIES) $(BYTE_PROGRAMS) $(BYTE_LIBRARIES); do \
	  cp _build/$$x _build/$$directoryname/_build; \
	done; \
	for x in `find _build/ -name \*.cmi | grep -v /my$(OCAMLBUILD) | grep -v _build/$$directoryname` \
	         `find _build/ -name \*.mli | grep -v /my$(OCAMLBUILD) | grep -v _build/$$directoryname` \
	         `find _build/ -name \*.cma | grep -v /my$(OCAMLBUILD) | grep -v _build/$$directoryname` \
	         `find _build/ -name \*.cmxa | grep -v /my$(OCAMLBUILD) | grep -v _build/$$directoryname` \
	         `find _build/ -name \*.a | grep -v /my$(OCAMLBUILD) | grep -v _build/$$directoryname` \
	         `find _build/ -name \*.byte | grep -v /my$(OCAMLBUILD) | grep -v _build/$$directoryname` \
	         `find _build/ -name \*.native | grep -v /my$(OCAMLBUILD) | grep -v _build/$$directoryname` \
	; do \
	  cp $$x _build/$$directoryname/_build; \
	done; \
	for x in _build/*.docdir; do \
	  cp -af $$x _build/$$directoryname; \
	done; \
	for x in main main-local install-libraries-local install-programs-local \
	         install-local install-data-local clean clean-local \
	         documentation documentation-local install-documentation-local \
		 ocamlbuild-stuff \
	; do \
		echo "This dummy file prevents make from building the \"$$x\" target." \
		  > _build/$$directoryname/$$x; \
	done; \
	(tar czf _build/$$filename -C _build $$directoryname/ && \
	(rm -rf _build/$$directoryname && \
	rm -f ChangeLog))) && \
	echo "Success.")

# Automatically generate a nice ChangeLog from bzr's history:
ChangeLog:
	@(if ! [ -d .bzr ]; then \
	  echo 'No ChangeLog available (bzr metadata are missing)' > $@; \
	else \
	  bzr log --gnu-changelog > $@; \
	fi)

# Remove generated stuff (the ChangeLog is only removed if we have Darcs
# metadata to re-generate it):
clean: clean-local
	@(rm -rf _build; \
	find -name "_build*" -prune -o -type f -name \*~ -exec rm -f {} \;; \
	find -name "_build*" -prune -o -type f -name \#\*\# -exec rm -f {} \;; \
	find -name "_build*" -prune -o -type f -name core -exec rm -f {} \;; \
	rm -f _tags meta.ml myocamlbuild.ml; \
	if [ -d .bzr ]; then \
	  rm -f meta.ml.released ChangeLog; \
	fi; \
	echo "Success.")

# Meta-help about the targets defined in this make file:
targets:
	@cat Makefile Makefile.local | grep -B 1 "^[a-z0-9_-]*[:]" | \
	  awk '/BEGIN/ {r=""} /^[#]/ { r=substr($$0,2); next; } /^[a-z0-9_-]*[-]local[:]/ {r=""; next} /^[a-z0-9_-]*[:]/{split($$0,a,/:/); printf("%s\r\t\t\t--- %s\n",a[1],r); r=""; next} {r=""}' | sort


######################################################################
# Default implementation for '-local' targets:

# All the user-definable '-local' targets have an empty implementation
# by default:
main-local:
world-local:
data-local:
native-libraries-local:
byte-libraries-local:
libraries-local:
native-programs-local:
byte-programs-local:
programs-local:
install-local:
uninstall-local:
install-programs-local:
uninstall-programs-local:
install-libraries-local:
uninstall-libraries-local:
install-data-local:
uninstall-data-local:
install-configuration-local:
uninstall-configuration-local:
install-documentation-local:
uninstall-documentation-local:
dist-local:
dist-binary-local:
documentation-local:
clean-local:

# Let's avoid confusion between all and main: they're the same thing
# for us, and we only support main-local:
all-local:
	echo 'all-local does not exist. Use main-local instead'
	exit 1


#####################################################################
# Default compilation flags. The user *is* expected to override or
# extend these:
DATA =
NATIVE_LIBRARIES =
BYTE_LIBRARIES =
NATIVE_PROGRAMS =
BYTE_PROGRAMS =
COMPILE_OPTIONS = -thread
PP_OPTION =
DIRECTORIES_TO_INCLUDE =
LIBRARIES_TO_LINK =
OBJECTS_TO_LINK =
C_OBJECTS_TO_LINK =


#####################################################################
# Default rules:

# Bytecode libraries:
%.cma: ocamlbuild-stuff c-modules
	@($(OCAMLBUILD) $@)
# Native libraries:
%.cmxa: ocamlbuild-stuff c-modules
	@($(OCAMLBUILD) $@)
# Bytecode programs:
%.byte: ocamlbuild-stuff c-modules
	@($(call BUILD_WITH_OCAMLBUILD, $@) )
# Native programs:
%.native: ocamlbuild-stuff c-modules
	@($(call BUILD_WITH_OCAMLBUILD, $@) )

# Build the target $(1) using OCamlBuild. ocamlbuild-stuff is assumed
# to be already generated.
BUILD_WITH_OCAMLBUILD = \
  $(OCAMLBUILD) $@; \
  if [ -e $@ ]; then \
    rm $@; \
    echo "Success: $@ was built"; \
  else \
    echo "FAILURE when building $@"; \
    exit -1; \
  fi

#####################################################################
# Some macros, used internally and possibly by Makefile.local:
#####################################################################

# Return 'native' if we have a native compiler available, otherwise
# ''.
NATIVE = \
	(if which ocamlopt.opt &> /dev/null || which ocamlopt &> /dev/null ; then \
	  echo 'native'; \
	else \
	  echo ''; \
	fi)

# Return 'byte' if we have a bytecode compiler available, otherwise
# ''.
BYTE = \
	(if which ocamlc.opt &> /dev/null || which ocamlc &> /dev/null; then \
	  echo 'byte'; \
	else \
	  echo ''; \
	fi)

# Return 'native' if we have a native compiler available, otherwise
# 'byte' if we have a byte compiler; otherwise fail.
NATIVE_OR_BYTE = \
	(if [ "$$( $(call NATIVE) )" == 'native' ]; then \
	  echo 'native'; \
	elif [ "$$( $(call BYTE) )" == 'byte' ]; then \
	  echo 'byte'; \
	else \
	  echo 'FATAL ERROR: could not find an ocaml compiler' ">$$native< >$$byte<"; \
	  exit -1; \
	fi)

PROCESSOR_NO = $(shell grep "^processor.*:" /proc/cpuinfo | sort | uniq | wc -l)

# The log location with respect to the directory _build/
# So, with respect to the Makefile, the log location is _build/_build/_log
OCAMLBUILD_LOG=_build/_log
LOGFILE=_build/$(OCAMLBUILD_LOG)
# Return the proper command line for ocamlbuild, including an option
# -byte-plugin if needed:
OCAMLBUILD_COMMAND_LINE = \
	(if [ $$( $(call NATIVE_OR_BYTE) ) == 'byte' ]; then \
	  echo 'ocamlbuild -j $(PROCESSOR_NO) -byte-plugin -verbose 2 -log $(OCAMLBUILD_LOG) $(OCAMLBUILD_OPTIONS)'; \
	else \
	  echo 'ocamlbuild -j $(PROCESSOR_NO) -verbose 2 -log $(OCAMLBUILD_LOG) $(OCAMLBUILD_OPTIONS)'; \
	fi)

# Macro extracting, via source, the value associated to some keys
# $(2),..,$(9) in a file $(1).
# Example:
#	$(call SOURCE_AND_TEST,CONFIGME,prefix);
#	$(call SOURCE_AND_TEST,CONFIGME,prefix,libraryprefix);
SOURCE_AND_TEST = \
	if ! source $(1) &> /dev/null; then        		\
		echo 'Evaluating $(1) failed.';    		\
		exit 1;                           		\
	fi;                                        		\
	for i in $(2) $(3) $(4) $(5) $(6) $(7) $(8) $(9) $(10); do 	\
		CMD="VAL=$$`echo $$i`"; eval $$CMD;		\
	 	if test -z "$$VAL"; then                  	\
			echo "FATAL: $${i} is undefined in $(1)."; 	\
			exit 1;                            		\
		fi; 						\
	done;							\
	unset CMD VAL i


# Macro extracting, via grep, the value associated to keys
# $(2),..,$(9) in a file $(1).
# Examples:
#	$(call GREP_AND_TEST,META,name);
#	$(call GREP_AND_TEST,META,name,version);
GREP_AND_TEST = \
	for i in $(2) $(3) $(4) $(5) $(6) $(7) $(8) $(9) $(10); do 	\
		if ! CMD=`grep "^$$i=" $(1)`; then                 	\
			echo "FATAL: $$i is undefined in $(1).";	\
			exit 1;                            		\
		fi; 							\
		eval $$CMD;						\
	done;							\
	unset CMD i

# Instance of SOURCE_AND_TEST: source the file "CONFIGME" and test
# if the given names are defined
# Example:
# 	$(call READ_CONFIG,prefix,libraryprefix);
#
READ_CONFIG = \
	$(call SOURCE_AND_TEST,CONFIGME,$(1),$(2),$(3),$(4),$(5),$(6),$(7),$(8),$(9),$(10))

# Instance of GREP_AND_TEST: read the file "META" searching for a names
# for all given names.
# Example:
#	$(call READ_META,name,version);
#
READ_META = \
	$(call GREP_AND_TEST,META,$(1),$(2),$(3),$(4),$(5),$(6),$(7),$(8),$(9),$(10))

# If the value of the 'version' variable contains the substring 'snapshot' then
# append to its value the current date, in hacker format. 'version' must be already
# defined. No arguments, no output.
FIX_VERSION = \
	if echo $$version | grep snapshot &> /dev/null; then \
	  version="$$version-"`date +"%Y-%m-%d"`; \
	fi


# A simple macro automatically finding all the subdirectories containing ML sources,
# setting the variable 'sourcedirectories' to a string containing all such
# subdirectories, alphabetically sorted, separated by spaces, and finally echo'ing
# the value of sourcedirectories:
SOURCE_SUBDIRECTORIES = \
	sourcedirectories=''; \
	for d in `find \( -path "_build*" -o -name "[.]bzr" -o -name "$(EXCLUDE_FROM_SOURCE_FINDING)" \) -prune -o -type d \
	          | grep -v /_build\$$ | grep -v /_build/ \
	          | grep -v ^.$$ | sort`; do \
		if ls $$d/*.ml &> /dev/null  || \
	           ls $$d/*.mli &> /dev/null || \
		   ls $$d/*.mll &> /dev/null || \
		   ls $$d/*.mly &> /dev/null ; then \
			sourcedirectories+="$$d "; \
		fi; \
	done; \
	echo $$sourcedirectories

# Set the shell variable $(1) as the string obtained by prefixing each token
# in $(2) with the prefix $(3): for example if the shell variable
# 'sourcedirectories' is set to './A ./B' then
#     $(call ADD_PREFIX_TO_EACH_WORD, includes, $$sourcedirectories, -I)
# sets the shell variable 'includes' to '-I ./A -I ./B '.
# The value of $(1) is finally echo'ed.
ADD_PREFIX_TO_EACH_WORD = \
	$(call SOURCE_SUBDIRECTORIES); \
	result=''; \
	for element in $(2); do \
		result+="$(3) $$element "; \
	done; \
	$(1)=$$result; \
	echo $$result

# This macro expands to the project name, extracted from META. No parameters.
# Example:
#   echo "$(call PROJECT_NAME) is beautiful."
PROJECT_NAME = \
	$$( $(call GREP_AND_TEST,META,name); \
	echo $$name )

# Automatically generate _tags and the $(OCAMLBUILD) plugin. Note that the
# target name is never created as a file. This is intentional: those
# two targets should be re-generated every time.
ocamlbuild-stuff: _tags myocamlbuild.ml meta.ml

# We automatically generate the _tags file needed by OCamlBuild.
# Every subdirectory containing sources is included. This may be more than what's needed,
# but it will always work and require no per-project customization. sed is used to remove
# the initial './' from each directory. We refer some settings implemented in our (still
# automatically generated) $(OCAMLBUILD) plugin.
_tags:
	@(echo -e "# This file is automatically generated. Please don't edit it.\n" > $@; \
	for directory in $$( $(call SOURCE_SUBDIRECTORIES) ); do \
		directory=`echo $$directory | sed s/^.\\\\///`; \
		echo "<$$directory>: include" >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo >> $@; \
	echo "<**/*.byte>: ourincludesettings, ourbytelinksettings, ourcmodules" >> $@; \
	echo "<**/*.{ml,mli,byte,native,cma,cmxa}>: ourincludesettings" >> $@; \
	echo "<**/*.{native,cma,cmxa}>: ourcmodules"  >> $@ ; \
	echo "<**/*.cmx>: ournativecompilesettings" >> $@; \
	echo "<**/*.cmo>: ourbytecompilesettings" >> $@; \
	echo "<**/*.native>: ourincludesettings, ournativelinksettings" >> $@; \
	echo "<**/*.{ml,mli}>: ourocamldocsettings" >> $@ ; \
	echo "<**/*.{ml,mli}>: ourppsettings" >> $@)

# We automatically generate the $(OCAMLBUILD) plugin customizing the build process
# with our user-specified options, include directories, etc.:
myocamlbuild.ml:
	@(echo -e "(* This file is automatically generated. Please don't edit it. *)\n" > $@; \
	echo -e "open Ocamlbuild_plugin;;" >> $@; \
	echo -e "open Command;;" >> $@; \
	echo -e "open Arch;;" >> $@; \
	echo -e "open Format;;\n" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_pp_options = [ " >> $@; \
	echo "Just for debugging: PP_OPTION is \"$(PP_OPTION)\""; \
	echo "Just for debugging: OCAML_LIBRARYPREFIX is \"$(OCAML_LIBRARYPREFIX)\""; \
	echo "Just for debugging: LIBRARYPREFIX is \"$(LIBRARYPREFIX)\""; \
	for x in $(PP_OPTION); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_compile_options = [ " >> $@; \
	for x in $(COMPILE_OPTIONS); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_byte_compile_options = [ " >> $@; \
	for x in $(BYTE_COMPILE_OPTIONS); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_native_compile_options = [ " >> $@; \
	for x in $(NATIVE_COMPILE_OPTIONS); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_include_options = [ " >> $@; \
	echo -en "A \"-I\"; A \"$(OCAML_LIBRARYPREFIX)\"; " >> $@; \
	for x in $(DIRECTORIES_TO_INCLUDE); do \
	  if test -d $(OCAML_LIBRARYPREFIX)/$$x; then echo -en "A \"-I\"; A \"$(OCAML_LIBRARYPREFIX)/$$x\"; " >> $@; fi; \
	done; \
	for x in $(DIRECTORIES_TO_INCLUDE); do \
	  if test -d $(LIBRARYPREFIX)/$$x; then echo -en "A \"-I\"; A \"$(LIBRARYPREFIX)/$$x\"; " >> $@; fi; \
	done; \
	for x in $(DIRECTORIES_TO_INCLUDE); do \
	  if test -d ./$$x; then echo -en "A \"-I\"; A \"../$$x\"; " >> $@; fi; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_c_modules = [ " >> $@; \
	for x in $(C_OBJECTS_TO_LINK); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x.o\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_c_modules_options = our_c_modules @ [ " >> $@; \
	for x in $(C_OBJECTS_TO_LINK_OPTIONS); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_byte_link_options = our_include_options @ [ " >> $@; \
	for x in $(LIBRARIES_TO_LINK); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x.cma\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	for x in $(OBJECTS_TO_LINK); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x.cmo\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;" >> $@; \
	echo -en "let our_native_link_options = our_include_options @ [ " >> $@; \
	for x in $(LIBRARIES_TO_LINK); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x.cmxa\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	for x in $(OBJECTS_TO_LINK); do \
		echo -en "A \"$$x.cmx\"; " >> $@; \
	done; \
	echo -e "];;\n" >> $@; \
	echo -e "dispatch (function After_rules ->" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  flag [\"ocaml\"; \"compile\"; \"ourincludesettings\"]" >> $@; \
	echo -e "       (S (our_compile_options @ our_include_options));" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  flag [\"ocaml\"; \"compile\"; \"ourbytecompilesettings\"]" >> $@; \
	echo -e "       (S (our_byte_compile_options));" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  flag [\"ocaml\"; \"compile\"; \"ournativecompilesettings\"]" >> $@; \
	echo -e "       (S (our_native_compile_options));" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  flag [\"ocaml\"; \"pp\"; \"ourppsettings\"]" >> $@; \
	echo -e "       (S our_pp_options);" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  flag [\"ocaml\"; \"link\"; \"ourbytelinksettings\"]" >> $@; \
	echo -e "       (S (our_compile_options @ our_byte_link_options));" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  flag [\"ocaml\"; \"link\"; \"ournativelinksettings\"]" >> $@; \
	echo -e "       (S (our_compile_options @ our_native_link_options));" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  flag [\"ocaml\"; \"doc\"; \"ourocamldocsettings\"]" >> $@; \
	echo -e "       (S ([A \"-keep-code\"; A \"-colorize-code\"] @ our_include_options));" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  flag [\"ocaml\"; \"link\"; \"ourcmodules\"]" >> $@; \
	echo -e "       (S our_c_modules_options);" >> $@; \
	echo -e "  | _ -> ());;" >> $@)

# Auto-generate a source file including meta information and configuration-time
# settings, which become accessible at runtime:
meta.ml: META CONFIGME
	@(echo "Building $@..." && \
	$(call READ_META, name, version); \
	$(call READ_CONFIG, prefix, prefix_install, configurationprefix, documentationprefix localeprefix); \
	echo -e "(** Automatically generated meta-informations about the project and its building. *)" > $@ && \
	echo -e "(* This file is automatically generated; please don't edit it. *)\n" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let name = \"$$name\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let version = \"$$version\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let prefix = \"$$prefix\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let prefix_install = \"$$prefix_install\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let ocaml_version = \"$(OCAML_VERSION)\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let ocaml_libraryprefix = \"$(OCAML_LIBRARYPREFIX)\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let libraryprefix = \"$(LIBRARYPREFIX)\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let configurationprefix = \"$$configurationprefix\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let localeprefix = \"$$localeprefix\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let documentationprefix = \"$$documentationprefix\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let uname = \"Linux\";;" >> $@ && \
	grep "let build_date" <meta.ml.released >> $@ && \
	if [ -d .bzr ]; then \
	echo -e "let revision = \"$$(bzr revno)\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let source_date = \"$$(bzr info --verbose | /bin/grep 'latest revision' | cut -d: -f2- | cut -d' ' -f3-)\";;" >> $@ && \
	echo -e "let source_date_utc_yy_mm_dd = \"$$(./Makefile.d/bzr_date -- -u "+%Y-%m-%d")\";;" >> $@ ; \
	else \
	grep "let revision" <meta.ml.released >> $@ && \
	grep "let source_date" <meta.ml.released >> $@ ; \
	grep "let source_date_utc_yy_mm_dd" <meta.ml.released >> $@ ; \
	fi &&\
	echo "Success.")

meta.ml.released: meta.ml
	if [ -d .bzr ]; then \
	cp $< $@; \
	fi; \

###########################################################################
# Include the project-dependant file (if any) which implements the '-local'
# targets:
-include Makefile.local
-include RPMS/Makefile