Category : C Source Code
Archive   : DMAKE38B.ZIP
Filename : DBUG.MK

 
Output of file : DBUG.MK contained in archive : DMAKE38B.ZIP
# Set the proper macros based on whether we are making the debugging version
# or not. The valid parameters to this file are:
#
# DEBUG=1 ==> enable the making of the DBUG version
# DBMALLOC=1 ==> enable DBUG version with extensive MALLOC checking
#
# DB_CFLAGS ==> CFLAGS is set to this value at the end if DEBUG=1
# DB_LDFLAGS ==> LDFLAGS is set to this at the end if DEBUG=1
# DB_LDLIBS ==> LDLIBS is set to this at end if DEBUG=1
#
# The non debug versions of the above three macros are:
#
# NDB_CFLAGS
# NDB_LDFLAGS
# NDB_LDLIBS
#
# One of the set of three should have values set appropriately prior to
# sourcing this file.

.IF $(DEBUG)
DBUG_SRC += dbug.c
DB_CFLAGS += -Idbug/dbug

.SETDIR=dbug/dbug : $(DBUG_SRC)

# If DBMALLOC is requested (ie non-NULL) then include the sources for
# compilation. BSD 4.3 needs the getwd.c source compiled in due to a bug
# in the clib getwd routine.
.IF $(DBMALLOC)
# Serious bug in bsd43 getwd.c would free a string and then use its
# value. The DBMALLOC code clears a string when it is free'd so the
# value was no longer valid and the returned path for the current
# directory was now completely wrong.
.IF $(OSRELEASE) == bsd43
GETWD_SRC += getwd.c
.SETDIR=dbug : $(GETWD_SRC)
.END

MLC_SRC += malloc.c free.c realloc.c calloc.c string.c\
mlc_chk.c mlc_chn.c memory.c tostring.c m_perror.c\
m_init.c mallopt.c dump.c

.SETDIR=dbug/malloc : $(MLC_SRC)

DB_CFLAGS += -Idbug/malloc
.END

SRC += $(DBUG_SRC) $(MLC_SRC) $(GETWD_SRC)
HDR += db.h

LDFLAGS += $(DB_LDFLAGS)
LDLIBS += $(DB_LDLIBS)

SILENT := $(.SILENT)
.SILENT := yes
TARGET := db$(TARGET)
OBJDIR := $(OBJDIR).dbg
.SILENT := $(SILENT)

CFLAGS += $(DB_CFLAGS)
.KEEP_STATE := _dbstate.mk
.ELSE
CFLAGS += $(NDB_CFLAGS)
LDFLAGS += $(NDB_LDFLAGS)
LDLIBS += $(NDB_LDLIBS)
.END


  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : DMAKE38B.ZIP
Filename : DBUG.MK

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