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src/Makefile.inc1

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#
# $FreeBSD$
#
# Make command line options:
# -DNO_CLEANDIR run ${MAKE} clean, instead of ${MAKE} cleandir
# -DNO_CLEAN do not clean at all
# -DDB_FROM_SRC use the user/group databases in src/etc instead of
# the system database when installing.
# -DNO_SHARE do not go into share subdir
# -DKERNFAST define NO_KERNEL{CONFIG,CLEAN,OBJ}
# -DNO_KERNELCONFIG do not run config in ${MAKE} buildkernel
# -DNO_KERNELCLEAN do not run ${MAKE} clean in ${MAKE} buildkernel
# -DNO_KERNELOBJ do not run ${MAKE} obj in ${MAKE} buildkernel
# -DNO_ROOT install without using root privilege
# -DWITHOUT_CTF do not run the DTrace CTF conversion tools on built objects
# LOCAL_DIRS="list of dirs" to add additional dirs to the SUBDIR list
# LOCAL_ITOOLS="list of tools" to add additional tools to the ITOOLS list
# LOCAL_LIB_DIRS="list of dirs" to add additional dirs to libraries target
# LOCAL_MTREE="list of mtree files" to process to allow local directories
# to be created before files are installed
# LOCAL_LEGACY_DIRS="list of dirs" to add additional dirs to the legacy
# target
# LOCAL_BSTOOL_DIRS="list of dirs" to add additional dirs to the
# bootstrap-tools target
# LOCAL_TOOL_DIRS="list of dirs" to add additional dirs to the build-tools
# target
# LOCAL_XTOOL_DIRS="list of dirs" to add additional dirs to the
# cross-tools target
# METALOG="path to metadata log" to write permission and ownership
# when NO_ROOT is set. (default: ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}/METALOG,
# check /etc/make.conf for DISTDIR)
# TARGET="machine" to crossbuild world for a different machine type
# TARGET_ARCH= may be required when a TARGET supports multiple endians
# BUILDENV_SHELL= shell to launch for the buildenv target (def:${SHELL})
# WORLD_FLAGS= additional flags to pass to make(1) during buildworld
# KERNEL_FLAGS= additional flags to pass to make(1) during buildkernel
# SUBDIR_OVERRIDE="list of dirs" to build rather than everything.
# All libraries and includes, and some build tools will still build.
#
# The intended user-driven targets are:
# buildworld - rebuild *everything*, including glue to help do upgrades
# installworld- install everything built by "buildworld"
# checkworld - run test suite on installed world
# doxygen - build API documentation of the kernel
#
# Standard targets (not defined here) are documented in the makefiles in
# /usr/share/mk. These include:
# obj depend all install clean cleandepend cleanobj
.if !defined(TARGET) || !defined(TARGET_ARCH)
.error Both TARGET and TARGET_ARCH must be defined.
.endif
.if make(showconfig) || make(test-system-*)
_MKSHOWCONFIG= t
.endif
SRCDIR?= ${.CURDIR}
LOCALBASE?= /usr/local
TIME_ENV ?= time env
.include "share/mk/src.tools.mk"
# Cross toolchain changes must be in effect before bsd.compiler.mk
# so that gets the right CC, and pass CROSS_TOOLCHAIN to submakes.
.if defined(CROSS_TOOLCHAIN)
.if exists(${LOCALBASE}/share/toolchains/${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN}.mk)
.include "${LOCALBASE}/share/toolchains/${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN}.mk"
.elif exists(/usr/share/toolchains/${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN}.mk)
.include "/usr/share/toolchains/${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN}.mk"
.elif exists(${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN})
.include "${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN}"
.else
.error CROSS_TOOLCHAIN ${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN} not found
.endif
CROSSENV+=CROSS_TOOLCHAIN="${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN}"
.endif
.if defined(CROSS_TOOLCHAIN_PREFIX)
CROSS_COMPILER_PREFIX?=${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN_PREFIX}
.endif
XCOMPILERS= CC CXX CPP
.for COMPILER in ${XCOMPILERS}
.if defined(CROSS_COMPILER_PREFIX)
X${COMPILER}?= ${CROSS_COMPILER_PREFIX}${${COMPILER}}
.else
X${COMPILER}?= ${${COMPILER}}
.endif
.endfor
# If a full path to an external cross compiler is given, don't build
# a cross compiler.
.if ${XCC:N${CCACHE_BIN}:M/*}
MK_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP= no
# Make sure sub-makes see the option as disabled so the hack in bsd.sys.mk to
# work around incompatible headers in Clang's resource directory is enabled.
.MAKEOVERRIDES+= MK_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP
.endif
# Pull in compiler metadata from buildworld/toolchain if possible to avoid
# running CC from bsd.compiler.mk.
.if make(installworld) || make(install) || make(distributeworld) || \
make(stageworld)
.-include "${OBJTOP}/toolchain-metadata.mk"
.if !defined(_LOADED_TOOLCHAIN_METADATA)
.error A build is required first. You may have the wrong MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX set.
.endif
.endif
# Pull in COMPILER_TYPE and COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION early. Pull it from the
# tree to be friendlier to foreign OS builds. It's safe to do so unconditionally
# here since we will always have the right make, unlike in src/Makefile
# Don't include bsd.linker.mk yet until XBINUTILS is handled (after src.opts.mk)
_NO_INCLUDE_LINKERMK= t
# We also want the X_COMPILER* variables if we are using an external toolchain.
_WANT_TOOLCHAIN_CROSS_VARS= t
.include "share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk"
.undef _NO_INCLUDE_LINKERMK
.undef _WANT_TOOLCHAIN_CROSS_VARS
# src.opts.mk depends on COMPILER_FEATURES
.include "share/mk/src.opts.mk"
.if ${TARGET} == ${MACHINE}
TARGET_CPUTYPE?=${CPUTYPE}
.else
TARGET_CPUTYPE?=
.endif
.if !empty(TARGET_CPUTYPE)
_TARGET_CPUTYPE=${TARGET_CPUTYPE}
.else
_TARGET_CPUTYPE=dummy
.endif
.if ${TARGET} == "arm"
.if ${TARGET_ARCH:Marmv[67]*} != "" && ${TARGET_CPUTYPE:M*soft*} == ""
TARGET_ABI= gnueabihf
.else
TARGET_ABI= gnueabi
.endif
.endif
MACHINE_ABI?= unknown
MACHINE_TRIPLE?=${MACHINE_ARCH:S/amd64/x86_64/:C/sf$//}-${MACHINE_ABI}-freebsd${OS_REVISION}
TARGET_ABI?= unknown
TARGET_TRIPLE?= ${TARGET_ARCH:S/amd64/x86_64/:C/sf$//}-${TARGET_ABI}-freebsd${OS_REVISION}
KNOWN_ARCHES?= aarch64/arm64 \
amd64 \
armv6/arm \
armv7/arm \
i386 \
powerpc \
powerpc64/powerpc \
powerpc64le/powerpc \
powerpcspe/powerpc \
riscv64/riscv \
riscv64sf/riscv
.if ${TARGET} == ${TARGET_ARCH}
_t= ${TARGET}
.else
_t= ${TARGET_ARCH}/${TARGET}
.endif
.for _t in ${_t}
.if empty(KNOWN_ARCHES:M${_t})
.error Unknown target ${TARGET_ARCH}:${TARGET}.
.endif
.endfor
.if ${.MAKE.OS} != "FreeBSD"
CROSSBUILD_HOST=${.MAKE.OS}
.if ${.MAKE.OS} != "Linux" && ${.MAKE.OS} != "Darwin"
.warning Unsupported crossbuild system: ${.MAKE.OS}. Build will probably fail!
.endif
# We need to force NO_ROOT/DB_FROM_SRC builds when building on other operating
# systems since the BSD.foo.dist specs contain users and groups that do not
# exist by default on a Linux/MacOS system.
NO_ROOT:= 1
DB_FROM_SRC:= 1
.export NO_ROOT
.endif
# If all targets are disabled for system llvm then don't expect it to work
# for cross-builds.
.if !defined(TOOLS_PREFIX) && ${MK_LLVM_TARGET_ALL} == "no" && \
${MACHINE} != ${TARGET} && ${MACHINE_ARCH} != ${TARGET_ARCH} && \
!make(showconfig)
MK_SYSTEM_COMPILER= no
MK_SYSTEM_LINKER= no
.endif
# Handle external binutils.
.if defined(CROSS_TOOLCHAIN_PREFIX)
CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX?=${CROSS_TOOLCHAIN_PREFIX}
.endif
XBINUTILS= AS AR ELFCTL LD NM OBJCOPY RANLIB SIZE STRINGS STRIPBIN
.for BINUTIL in ${XBINUTILS}
.if defined(CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX) && \
exists(${CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX}/${${BINUTIL}})
X${BINUTIL}?= ${CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX:C,/*$,,}/${${BINUTIL}}
.else
X${BINUTIL}?= ${${BINUTIL}}
.endif
.endfor
# If a full path to an external linker is given, don't build lld.
.if ${XLD:M/*}
MK_LLD_BOOTSTRAP= no
.endif
# We also want the X_LINKER* variables if we are using an external toolchain.
_WANT_TOOLCHAIN_CROSS_VARS= t
.include "share/mk/bsd.linker.mk"
.undef _WANT_TOOLCHAIN_CROSS_VARS
# Begin WITH_SYSTEM_COMPILER / WITH_SYSTEM_LD
# WITH_SYSTEM_COMPILER - Pull in needed values and make a decision.
# Check if there is a local compiler that can satisfy as an external compiler.
# Which compiler is expected to be used?
.if ${MK_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP} == "yes"
WANT_COMPILER_TYPE= clang
.else
WANT_COMPILER_TYPE=
.endif
.if !defined(WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION) && !make(showconfig) && \
!make(test-system-linker)
.if ${WANT_COMPILER_TYPE} == "clang"
WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION_FILE= lib/clang/freebsd_cc_version.h
WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION!= \
awk '$$2 == "FREEBSD_CC_VERSION" {printf("%d\n", $$3)}' \
${SRCDIR}/${WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION_FILE} || echo unknown
WANT_COMPILER_VERSION_FILE= lib/clang/include/clang/Basic/Version.inc
WANT_COMPILER_VERSION!= \
awk '$$2 == "CLANG_VERSION" {split($$3, a, "."); print a[1] * 10000 + a[2] * 100 + a[3]}' \
${SRCDIR}/${WANT_COMPILER_VERSION_FILE} || echo unknown
.endif
.export WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION WANT_COMPILER_VERSION
.endif # !defined(WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION)
# It needs to be the same revision as we would build for the bootstrap.
# If the expected vs CC is different then we can't skip.
# GCC cannot be used for cross-arch yet. For clang we pass -target later if
# TARGET_ARCH!=MACHINE_ARCH.
.if ${MK_SYSTEM_COMPILER} == "yes" && \
defined(WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION) && \
${MK_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP} == "yes" && \
!make(xdev*) && \
${X_COMPILER_TYPE} == ${WANT_COMPILER_TYPE} && \
(${X_COMPILER_TYPE} == "clang" || ${TARGET_ARCH} == ${MACHINE_ARCH}) && \
${X_COMPILER_VERSION} == ${WANT_COMPILER_VERSION} && \
${X_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION} == ${WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION}
# Everything matches, disable the bootstrap compiler.
MK_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP= no
USING_SYSTEM_COMPILER= yes
.endif # ${WANT_COMPILER_TYPE} == ${COMPILER_TYPE}
# WITH_SYSTEM_LD - Pull in needed values and make a decision.
# Check if there is a local linker that can satisfy as an external linker.
# Which linker is expected to be used?
.if ${MK_LLD_BOOTSTRAP} == "yes"
WANT_LINKER_TYPE= lld
.else
WANT_LINKER_TYPE=
.endif
.if !defined(WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION) && !make(showconfig) && \
!make(test-system-compiler)
.if ${WANT_LINKER_TYPE} == "lld"
WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION_FILE= lib/clang/include/lld/Common/Version.inc
WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION!= \
awk '$$2 == "LLD_FREEBSD_VERSION" {print $$3}' \
${SRCDIR}/${WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION_FILE} || echo unknown
WANT_LINKER_VERSION_FILE= lib/clang/include/lld/Common/Version.inc
WANT_LINKER_VERSION!= \
awk '$$2 == "LLD_VERSION_STRING" {gsub("\"", "", $$3); split($$3, a, "."); print a[1] * 10000 + a[2] * 100 + a[3]}' \
${SRCDIR}/${WANT_LINKER_VERSION_FILE} || echo unknown
.else
WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION_FILE=
WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION=
.endif
.export WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION WANT_LINKER_VERSION
.endif # !defined(WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION)
.if ${MK_SYSTEM_LINKER} == "yes" && \
defined(WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION) && \
(${MK_LLD_BOOTSTRAP} == "yes") && \
!make(xdev*) && \
${X_LINKER_TYPE} == ${WANT_LINKER_TYPE} && \
${X_LINKER_VERSION} == ${WANT_LINKER_VERSION} && \
${X_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION} == ${WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION}
# Everything matches, disable the bootstrap linker.
MK_LLD_BOOTSTRAP= no
USING_SYSTEM_LINKER= yes
.endif # ${WANT_LINKER_TYPE} == ${LINKER_TYPE}
# WITH_SYSTEM_COMPILER / WITH_SYSTEM_LINKER - Handle defaults and debug.
USING_SYSTEM_COMPILER?= no
USING_SYSTEM_LINKER?= no
TEST_SYSTEM_COMPILER_VARS= \
USING_SYSTEM_COMPILER MK_SYSTEM_COMPILER \
MK_CROSS_COMPILER MK_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP \
WANT_COMPILER_TYPE WANT_COMPILER_VERSION WANT_COMPILER_VERSION_FILE \
WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION WANT_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION_FILE \
CC COMPILER_TYPE COMPILER_FEATURES COMPILER_VERSION \
COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION \
XCC X_COMPILER_TYPE X_COMPILER_FEATURES X_COMPILER_VERSION \
X_COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION
TEST_SYSTEM_LINKER_VARS= \
USING_SYSTEM_LINKER MK_SYSTEM_LINKER \
MK_LLD_BOOTSTRAP \
WANT_LINKER_TYPE WANT_LINKER_VERSION WANT_LINKER_VERSION_FILE \
WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION WANT_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION_FILE \
LD LINKER_TYPE LINKER_FEATURES LINKER_VERSION \
LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION \
XLD X_LINKER_TYPE X_LINKER_FEATURES X_LINKER_VERSION \
X_LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION
.for _t in compiler linker
test-system-${_t}: .PHONY
.for v in ${TEST_SYSTEM_${_t:tu}_VARS}
${_+_}@printf "%-35s= %s\n" "${v}" "${${v}}"
.endfor
.endfor
.if (make(buildworld) || make(buildkernel) || make(kernel-toolchain) || \
make(toolchain) || make(_cross-tools))
.if ${USING_SYSTEM_COMPILER} == "yes"
.info SYSTEM_COMPILER: Determined that CC=${CC} matches the source tree. Not bootstrapping a cross-compiler.
.elif ${MK_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP} == "yes"
.info SYSTEM_COMPILER: libclang will be built for bootstrapping a cross-compiler.
.endif
.if ${USING_SYSTEM_LINKER} == "yes"
.info SYSTEM_LINKER: Determined that LD=${LD} matches the source tree. Not bootstrapping a cross-linker.
.elif ${MK_LLD_BOOTSTRAP} == "yes"
.info SYSTEM_LINKER: libclang will be built for bootstrapping a cross-linker.
.endif
.endif
# End WITH_SYSTEM_COMPILER / WITH_SYSTEM_LD
# Store some compiler metadata for use in installworld where we don't
# want to invoke CC at all.
_TOOLCHAIN_METADATA_VARS= COMPILER_VERSION \
COMPILER_TYPE \
COMPILER_FEATURES \
COMPILER_FREEBSD_VERSION \
COMPILER_RESOURCE_DIR \
LINKER_VERSION \
LINKER_FEATURES \
LINKER_TYPE \
LINKER_FREEBSD_VERSION
toolchain-metadata.mk: .PHONY .META
@: > ${.TARGET}
@echo ".info Using cached toolchain metadata from build at $$(hostname) on $$(date)" \
> ${.TARGET}
@echo "_LOADED_TOOLCHAIN_METADATA=t" >> ${.TARGET}
.for v in ${_TOOLCHAIN_METADATA_VARS}
@echo "${v}=${${v}}" >> ${.TARGET}
@echo "X_${v}=${X_${v}}" >> ${.TARGET}
.endfor
@echo ".export ${_TOOLCHAIN_METADATA_VARS}" >> ${.TARGET}
@echo ".export ${_TOOLCHAIN_METADATA_VARS:C,^,X_,}" >> ${.TARGET}
# We must do lib/ and libexec/ before bin/ in case of a mid-install error to
# keep the users system reasonably usable. For static->dynamic root upgrades,
# we don't want to install a dynamic binary without rtld and the needed
# libraries. More commonly, for dynamic root, we don't want to install a
# binary that requires a newer library version that hasn't been installed yet.
# This ordering is not a guarantee though. The only guarantee of a working
# system here would require fine-grained ordering of all components based
# on their dependencies.
.if !empty(SUBDIR_OVERRIDE)
SUBDIR= ${SUBDIR_OVERRIDE}
.else
SUBDIR= lib libexec
# Add LOCAL_LIB_DIRS, but only if they will not be picked up as a SUBDIR
# of a LOCAL_DIRS directory. This allows LOCAL_DIRS=foo and
# LOCAL_LIB_DIRS=foo/lib to behave as expected.
.for _DIR in ${LOCAL_DIRS:M*/} ${LOCAL_DIRS:N*/:S|$|/|}
_REDUNDANT_LIB_DIRS+= ${LOCAL_LIB_DIRS:M${_DIR}*}
.endfor
.for _DIR in ${LOCAL_LIB_DIRS}
.if ${_DIR} == ".WAIT" || (empty(_REDUNDANT_LIB_DIRS:M${_DIR}) && exists(${.CURDIR}/${_DIR}/Makefile))
SUBDIR+= ${_DIR}
.endif
.endfor
.if !defined(NO_ROOT) && (make(installworld) || make(install))
# Ensure libraries are installed before progressing.
SUBDIR+=.WAIT
.endif
SUBDIR+=bin
.if ${MK_CDDL} != "no"
SUBDIR+=cddl
.endif
SUBDIR+=gnu include
.if ${MK_KERBEROS} != "no"
SUBDIR+=kerberos5
.endif
.if ${MK_RESCUE} != "no"
SUBDIR+=rescue
.endif
SUBDIR+=sbin
.if ${MK_CRYPT} != "no"
SUBDIR+=secure
.endif
.if !defined(NO_SHARE)
SUBDIR+=share
.endif
.if ${MK_BOOT} != "no"
SUBDIR+=stand
.endif
SUBDIR+=sys usr.bin usr.sbin
.if ${MK_TESTS} != "no"
SUBDIR+= tests
.endif
# Local directories are built in parallel with the base system directories.
# Users may insert a .WAIT directive at the beginning or elsewhere within
# the LOCAL_DIRS and LOCAL_LIB_DIRS lists as needed.
.for _DIR in ${LOCAL_DIRS}
.if ${_DIR} == ".WAIT" || exists(${.CURDIR}/${_DIR}/Makefile)
SUBDIR+= ${_DIR}
.endif
.endfor
# We must do etc/ last as it hooks into building the man whatis file
# by calling 'makedb' in share/man. This is only relevant for
# install/distribute so they build the whatis file after every manpage is
# installed.
.if make(installworld) || make(install)
SUBDIR+=.WAIT
.endif
SUBDIR+=etc
.endif # !empty(SUBDIR_OVERRIDE)
.if defined(NOCLEAN)
.warning The src.conf WITHOUT_CLEAN option can now be used instead of NOCLEAN.
MK_CLEAN:= no
.endif
.if defined(NO_CLEAN)
.info The src.conf WITHOUT_CLEAN option can now be used instead of NO_CLEAN.
MK_CLEAN:= no
.endif
.if defined(NO_CLEANDIR)
CLEANDIR= clean cleandepend
.else
CLEANDIR= cleandir
.endif
.if defined(WORLDFAST)
MK_CLEAN:= no
NO_OBJWALK= t
.endif
.if ${MK_META_MODE} == "yes"
# If filemon is used then we can rely on the build being incremental-safe.
# The .meta files will also track the build command and rebuild should
# it change.
.if empty(.MAKE.MODE:Mnofilemon)
MK_CLEAN:= no
.endif
.endif
.if defined(NO_OBJWALK) || ${MK_AUTO_OBJ} == "yes"
NO_OBJWALK= t
NO_KERNELOBJ= t
.endif
.if !defined(NO_OBJWALK)
_obj= obj
.endif
LOCAL_TOOL_DIRS?=
PACKAGEDIR?= ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}
.if empty(SHELL:M*csh*)
BUILDENV_SHELL?=${SHELL}
.else
BUILDENV_SHELL?=/bin/sh
.endif
.if !defined(_MKSHOWCONFIG)
.if !defined(VCS_REVISION) || empty(VCS_REVISION)
.if !defined(SVNVERSION_CMD) || empty(SVNVERSION_CMD)
. for _D in ${PATH:S,:, ,g}
. if exists(${_D}/svnversion)
SVNVERSION_CMD?=${_D}/svnversion
. endif
. if exists(${_D}/svnliteversion)
SVNVERSION_CMD?=${_D}/svnliteversion
. endif
. endfor
.endif
.if defined(SVNVERSION_CMD) && !empty(SVNVERSION_CMD)
_VCS_REVISION?= $$(eval ${SVNVERSION_CMD} ${SRCDIR})
. if !empty(_VCS_REVISION)
VCS_REVISION= $$(echo r${_VCS_REVISION})
.export VCS_REVISION
. endif
.endif
.endif
.if !defined(GIT_CMD) || empty(GIT_CMD)
. for _P in /usr/bin /usr/local/bin
. if exists(${_P}/git)
GIT_CMD= ${_P}/git
. endif
. endfor
.export GIT_CMD
.endif
.if !defined(OSRELDATE)
.if exists(/usr/include/osreldate.h)
OSRELDATE!= awk '/^\#define[[:space:]]*__FreeBSD_version/ { print $$3 }' \
/usr/include/osreldate.h
.else
OSRELDATE= 0
.endif
.export OSRELDATE
.endif
# Set VERSION for CTFMERGE to use via the default CTFFLAGS=-L VERSION.
.for _V in BRANCH REVISION TYPE
.if !defined(_${_V})
_${_V}!= eval $$(awk '/^${_V}=/{print}' ${SRCTOP}/sys/conf/newvers.sh); echo $$${_V}
.export _${_V}
.endif
.endfor
.if !defined(SRCRELDATE)
SRCRELDATE!= awk '/^\#define[[:space:]]*__FreeBSD_version/ { print $$3 }' \
${SRCDIR}/sys/sys/param.h
.export SRCRELDATE
.endif
.if !defined(VERSION)
VERSION= FreeBSD ${_REVISION}-${_BRANCH:C/-p[0-9]+$//} ${TARGET_ARCH} ${SRCRELDATE}
.export VERSION
.endif
.if !defined(PKG_VERSION)
_STRTIMENOW= %Y%m%d%H%M%S
_TIMENOW= ${_STRTIMENOW:gmtime}
.if ${_BRANCH:MCURRENT*} || ${_BRANCH:MSTABLE*} || ${_BRANCH:MPRERELEASE*}
_REVISION:= ${_REVISION:R}
EXTRA_REVISION= .snap${_TIMENOW}
.elif ${_BRANCH:MALPHA*}
EXTRA_REVISION= .a${_BRANCH:C/ALPHA([0-9]+).*/\1/}.${_TIMENOW}
.elif ${_BRANCH:MBETA*}
EXTRA_REVISION= .b${_BRANCH:C/BETA([0-9]+).*/\1/}.${_TIMENOW}
.elif ${_BRANCH:MRC*}
EXTRA_REVISION= .rc${_BRANCH:C/RC([0-9]+).*/\1/}.${_TIMENOW}
.elif ${_BRANCH:M*-p*}
EXTRA_REVISION= p${_BRANCH:C/.*-p([0-9]+$)/\1/}
.endif
PKG_VERSION:= ${_REVISION}${EXTRA_REVISION:C/[[:space:]]//g}
.endif
.endif # !defined(PKG_VERSION)
.if !defined(PKG_TIMESTAMP)
TIMEEPOCHNOW= %s
SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH= ${TIMEEPOCHNOW:gmtime}
.else
SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH= ${PKG_TIMESTAMP}
.endif
PKG_NAME_PREFIX?= FreeBSD
PKG_MAINTAINER?= re@FreeBSD.org
PKG_WWW?= https://www.FreeBSD.org
.export PKG_NAME_PREFIX
.export PKG_MAINTAINER
.export PKG_WWW
.if !defined(_MKSHOWCONFIG)
_CPUTYPE!= MAKEFLAGS= CPUTYPE=${_TARGET_CPUTYPE} ${MAKE} -f /dev/null \
-m ${.CURDIR}/share/mk MK_AUTO_OBJ=no -V CPUTYPE
.if ${_CPUTYPE} != ${_TARGET_CPUTYPE}
.error CPUTYPE global should be set with ?=.
.endif
.endif
.if make(buildworld)
BUILD_ARCH!= uname -p
# On some Linux systems uname -p returns "unknown" so skip this check there.
# This check only exists to tell people to use TARGET_ARCH instead of
# MACHINE_ARCH so skipping it when crossbuilding on non-FreeBSD should be fine.
.if ${MACHINE_ARCH} != ${BUILD_ARCH} && ${.MAKE.OS} == "FreeBSD"
.error To cross-build, set TARGET_ARCH.
.endif
.endif
WORLDTMP?= ${OBJTOP}/tmp
BPATH= ${CCACHE_WRAPPER_PATH_PFX}${WORLDTMP}/legacy/usr/sbin:${WORLDTMP}/legacy/usr/bin:${WORLDTMP}/legacy/bin:${WORLDTMP}/legacy/usr/libexec
XPATH= ${WORLDTMP}/bin:${WORLDTMP}/usr/sbin:${WORLDTMP}/usr/bin
# When building we want to find the cross tools before the host tools in ${BPATH}.
# We also need to add UNIVERSE_TOOLCHAIN_PATH so that we can find the shared
# toolchain files (clang, lld, etc.) during make universe/tinderbox
STRICTTMPPATH= ${XPATH}:${BPATH}:${UNIVERSE_TOOLCHAIN_PATH}
# We should not be using tools from /usr/bin accidentally since this could cause
# the build to break on other systems that don't have that tool. For now we
# still allow using the old behaviour (inheriting $PATH) if
# BUILD_WITH_STRICT_TMPPATH is set to 0 but this will eventually be removed.
# Currently strict $PATH can cause build failures and does not work yet with
# USING_SYSTEM_LINKER/USING_SYSTEM_COMPILER. Once these issues have been
# resolved it will be turned on by default.
BUILD_WITH_STRICT_TMPPATH?=0
.if defined(CROSSBUILD_HOST)
# When building on non-FreeBSD we can't rely on the tools in /usr/bin being compatible
# with what FreeBSD expects. Therefore we only use tools from STRICTTMPPATH
# during the world build stage. We build most tools during the bootstrap-tools
# phase but symlink host tools that are known to work instead of building them
BUILD_WITH_STRICT_TMPPATH:=1
.endif
.if ${BUILD_WITH_STRICT_TMPPATH} != 0
TMPPATH= ${STRICTTMPPATH}
.else
TMPPATH= ${STRICTTMPPATH}:${PATH}
.endif
#
# Avoid running mktemp(1) unless actually needed.
# It may not be functional, e.g., due to new ABI
# when in the middle of installing over this system.
#
.if make(distributeworld) || make(installworld) || make(stageworld)
.if ${BUILD_WITH_STRICT_TMPPATH} != 0
MKTEMP=${WORLDTMP}/legacy/usr/bin/mktemp
.if !exists(${MKTEMP})
.error mktemp binary doesn't exist in expected location: ${MKTEMP}
.endif
.else
MKTEMP=mktemp
.endif
INSTALLTMP!= ${MKTEMP} -d -u -t install
.endif
.if make(stagekernel) || make(distributekernel)
TAGS+= kernel
PACKAGE= kernel
.endif
#
# Building a world goes through the following stages
#
# 1. legacy stage [BMAKE]
# This stage is responsible for creating compatibility
# shims that are needed by the bootstrap-tools,
# build-tools and cross-tools stages. These are generally
# APIs that tools from one of those three stages need to
# build that aren't present on the host.
# 1. bootstrap-tools stage [BMAKE]
# This stage is responsible for creating programs that
# are needed for backward compatibility reasons. They
# are not built as cross-tools.
# 2. build-tools stage [TMAKE]
# This stage is responsible for creating the object
# tree and building any tools that are needed during
# the build process. Some programs are listed during
# this phase because they build binaries to generate
# files needed to build these programs. This stage also
# builds the 'build-tools' target rather than 'all'.
# 3. cross-tools stage [XMAKE]
# This stage is responsible for creating any tools that
# are needed for building the system. A cross-compiler is one
# of them. This differs from build tools in two ways:
# 1. the 'all' target is built rather than 'build-tools'
# 2. these tools are installed into TMPPATH for stage 4.
# 4. world stage [WMAKE]
# This stage actually builds the world.
# 5. install stage (optional) [IMAKE]
# This stage installs a previously built world.
#
BOOTSTRAPPING?= 0
# Keep these in sync
MINIMUM_SUPPORTED_OSREL?= 1104001
MINIMUM_SUPPORTED_REL?= 11.4
# Common environment for world related stages
CROSSENV+= \
MACHINE_ARCH=${TARGET_ARCH} \
MACHINE=${TARGET} \
CPUTYPE=${TARGET_CPUTYPE}
.if ${MK_META_MODE} != "no"
# Don't rebuild build-tools targets during normal build.
CROSSENV+= BUILD_TOOLS_META=.NOMETA
.endif
.if defined(TARGET_CFLAGS)
CROSSENV+= ${TARGET_CFLAGS}
.endif
.if (${TARGET} != ${MACHINE} && !defined(WITH_LOCAL_MODULES)) || \
defined(WITHOUT_LOCAL_MODULES)
CROSSENV+= LOCAL_MODULES=
.endif
BOOTSTRAPPING_OSRELDATE?=${OSRELDATE}
# bootstrap-tools stage
BMAKEENV= INSTALL="sh ${.CURDIR}/tools/install.sh" \
TOOLS_PREFIX=${TOOLS_PREFIX_UNDEF:U${WORLDTMP}} \
PATH=${BPATH}:${PATH} \
WORLDTMP=${WORLDTMP} \
MAKEFLAGS="-m ${.CURDIR}/tools/build/mk ${.MAKEFLAGS}"
# need to keep this in sync with targets/pseudo/bootstrap-tools/Makefile
BSARGS= DESTDIR= \
OBJTOP='${WORLDTMP}/obj-tools' \
OBJROOT='$${OBJTOP}/' \
MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX= \
BOOTSTRAPPING=${BOOTSTRAPPING_OSRELDATE} \
BWPHASE=${.TARGET:C,^_,,} \
-DNO_CPU_CFLAGS \
-DNO_LINT \
-DNO_PIC \
-DNO_SHARED \
MK_ASAN=no \
MK_CTF=no \
MK_CLANG_EXTRAS=no \
MK_CLANG_FORMAT=no \
MK_CLANG_FULL=no \
MK_HTML=no \
MK_MAN=no \
MK_PROFILE=no \
MK_RETPOLINE=no \
MK_SSP=no \
MK_TESTS=no \
MK_UBSAN=no \
MK_WERROR=no \
MK_INCLUDES=yes \
MK_MAN_UTILS=yes
BMAKE= \
${TIME_ENV} ${BMAKEENV} ${MAKE} ${WORLD_FLAGS} -f Makefile.inc1 \
${BSARGS}
.if empty(.MAKEOVERRIDES:MMK_LLVM_TARGET_ALL)
BMAKE+= MK_LLVM_TARGET_ALL=no
.endif
# build-tools stage
TMAKE= \
${TIME_ENV} ${BMAKEENV} ${MAKE} ${WORLD_FLAGS} -f Makefile.inc1 \
TARGET=${TARGET} TARGET_ARCH=${TARGET_ARCH} \
DESTDIR= \
BOOTSTRAPPING=${BOOTSTRAPPING_OSRELDATE} \
BWPHASE=${.TARGET:C,^_,,} \
-DNO_CPU_CFLAGS \
-DNO_LINT \
MK_ASAN=no \
MK_CTF=no \
MK_CLANG_EXTRAS=no \
MK_CLANG_FORMAT=no \
MK_CLANG_FULL=no \
MK_LLDB=no \
MK_RETPOLINE=no \
MK_SSP=no \
MK_TESTS=no \
MK_UBSAN=no \
MK_WERROR=no
# cross-tools stage
# TOOLS_PREFIX set in BMAKE
XMAKE= ${BMAKE} \
TARGET=${TARGET} TARGET_ARCH=${TARGET_ARCH} \
MK_CLANG_IS_CC=${MK_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP} \
MK_LLDB=no \
MK_LLVM_BINUTILS=no \
MK_TESTS=no
# kernel-tools stage
KTMAKEENV= INSTALL="sh ${.CURDIR}/tools/install.sh" \
PATH=${BPATH}:${PATH} \
WORLDTMP=${WORLDTMP} \
MAKEFLAGS="-m ${.CURDIR}/tools/build/mk ${.MAKEFLAGS}"
KTMAKE= ${TIME_ENV} \
TOOLS_PREFIX=${TOOLS_PREFIX_UNDEF:U${WORLDTMP}} \
${KTMAKEENV} ${MAKE} ${WORLD_FLAGS} -f Makefile.inc1 \
DESTDIR= \
OBJTOP='${WORLDTMP}/obj-kernel-tools' \
OBJROOT='$${OBJTOP}/' \
MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX= \
BOOTSTRAPPING=${BOOTSTRAPPING_OSRELDATE} \
-DNO_CPU_CFLAGS \
-DNO_LINT \
-DNO_PIC \
-DNO_SHARED \
MK_CTF=no \
MK_HTML=no \
MK_MAN=no \
MK_PROFILE=no \
MK_SSP=no \
MK_RETPOLINE=no \
MK_WERROR=no
# world stage
WMAKEENV= ${CROSSENV} \
INSTALL="${INSTALL_CMD} -U" \
PATH=${TMPPATH} \
SYSROOT=${WORLDTMP}
# make hierarchy
HMAKE= PATH=${TMPPATH} ${MAKE} LOCAL_MTREE=${LOCAL_MTREE:Q}
.if defined(NO_ROOT)
HMAKE+= PATH=${TMPPATH} METALOG=${METALOG} -DNO_ROOT
.endif
CROSSENV+= CC="${XCC} ${XCFLAGS}" CXX="${XCXX} ${XCXXFLAGS} ${XCFLAGS}" \
CPP="${XCPP} ${XCFLAGS}" \
AS="${XAS}" AR="${XAR}" ELFCTL="${XELFCTL}" LD="${XLD}" \
LLVM_LINK="${XLLVM_LINK}" NM=${XNM} OBJCOPY="${XOBJCOPY}" \
RANLIB=${XRANLIB} STRINGS=${XSTRINGS} \
SIZE="${XSIZE}" STRIPBIN="${XSTRIPBIN}"
.if defined(CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX) && exists(${CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX})
# In the case of xdev-build tools, CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX won't be a
# directory, but the compiler will look in the right place for its
# tools so we don't need to tell it where to look.
BFLAGS+= -B${CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX}
.endif
# The internal bootstrap compiler has a default sysroot set by TOOLS_PREFIX
# and target set by TARGET/TARGET_ARCH. However, there are several needs to
# always pass an explicit --sysroot and -target.
# - External compiler needs sysroot and target flags.
# - External ld needs sysroot.
# - To be clear about the use of a sysroot when using the internal compiler.
# - Easier debugging.
# - Allowing WITH_SYSTEM_COMPILER+WITH_META_MODE to work together due to
# the flip-flopping build command when sometimes using external and
# sometimes using internal.
# - Allow using lld which has no support for default paths.
.if !defined(CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX) || !exists(${CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX})
BFLAGS+= -B${WORLDTMP}/usr/bin
.endif
.if ${WANT_COMPILER_TYPE} == gcc || \
(defined(X_COMPILER_TYPE) && ${X_COMPILER_TYPE} == gcc)
.elif ${WANT_COMPILER_TYPE} == clang || \
(defined(X_COMPILER_TYPE) && ${X_COMPILER_TYPE} == clang)
XCFLAGS+= -target ${TARGET_TRIPLE}
.endif
XCFLAGS+= --sysroot=${WORLDTMP}
.if !empty(BFLAGS)
XCFLAGS+= ${BFLAGS}
.endif
.if ${MK_LIB32} == "yes"
_LIBCOMPAT= 32
.include "Makefile.libcompat"
.endif
# META_MODE normally ignores host file changes since every build updates
# timestamps (see NO_META_IGNORE_HOST in sys.mk). There are known times
# when the ABI breaks though that we want to force rebuilding WORLDTMP
# to get updated host tools.
.if ${MK_META_MODE} == "yes" && ${MK_CLEAN} == "no" && \
!defined(NO_META_IGNORE_HOST) && !defined(NO_META_IGNORE_HOST_HEADERS) && \
!defined(_MKSHOWCONFIG)
# r318736 - ino64 major ABI breakage
META_MODE_BAD_ABI_VERS+= 1200031
.if !defined(OBJDIR_HOST_OSRELDATE)
.if exists(${OBJTOP}/host-osreldate.h)
OBJDIR_HOST_OSRELDATE!= \
awk '/^\#define[[:space:]]*__FreeBSD_version/ { print $$3 }' \
${OBJTOP}/host-osreldate.h
.elif exists(${WORLDTMP}/usr/include/osreldate.h)
OBJDIR_HOST_OSRELDATE= 0
.endif
.export OBJDIR_HOST_OSRELDATE
.endif
# Note that this logic is the opposite of normal BOOTSTRAP handling. We want
# to compare the WORLDTMP's OSRELDATE to the host's OSRELDATE. If the WORLDTMP
# is older than the ABI-breakage OSRELDATE of the HOST then we rebuild.
.if defined(OBJDIR_HOST_OSRELDATE)
.for _ver in ${META_MODE_BAD_ABI_VERS}
.if ${OSRELDATE} >= ${_ver} && ${OBJDIR_HOST_OSRELDATE} < ${_ver}
_meta_mode_need_rebuild= ${_ver}
.endif
.endfor
.if defined(_meta_mode_need_rebuild)
.info META_MODE: Rebuilding host tools due to ABI breakage in __FreeBSD_version ${_meta_mode_need_rebuild}.
NO_META_IGNORE_HOST_HEADERS= 1
.export NO_META_IGNORE_HOST_HEADERS
.endif # defined(_meta_mode_need_rebuild)
.endif # defined(OBJDIR_HOST_OSRELDATE)
.endif # ${MK_META_MODE} == "yes" && ${MK_CLEAN} == "no" ...
# This is only used for META_MODE+filemon to track what the oldest
# __FreeBSD_version is in WORLDTMP. This purposely does NOT have
# a make dependency on /usr/include/osreldate.h as the file should
# only be copied when it is missing or meta mode determines it has changed.
# Since host files are normally ignored without NO_META_IGNORE_HOST
# the file will never be updated unless that flag is specified. This
# allows tracking the oldest osreldate to force rebuilds via
# META_MODE_BADABI_REVS above.
host-osreldate.h: # DO NOT ADD /usr/include/osreldate.h here
.if !defined(CROSSBUILD_HOST)
@cp -f /usr/include/osreldate.h ${.TARGET}
.else
@echo "#ifndef __FreeBSD_version" > ${.TARGET}
@echo "#define __FreeBSD_version ${OSRELDATE}" >> ${.TARGET}
@echo "#endif" >> ${.TARGET}
.endif
WMAKE= ${TIME_ENV} ${WMAKEENV} ${MAKE} ${WORLD_FLAGS} -f Makefile.inc1 \
BWPHASE=${.TARGET:C,^_,,} \
DESTDIR=${WORLDTMP}
IMAKEENV= ${CROSSENV}
IMAKE= ${TIME_ENV} ${IMAKEENV} ${MAKE} -f Makefile.inc1 \
${IMAKE_INSTALL} ${IMAKE_MTREE}
.if empty(.MAKEFLAGS:M-n)
IMAKEENV+= PATH=${STRICTTMPPATH}:${INSTALLTMP} \
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=${INSTALLTMP} \
PATH_LOCALE=${INSTALLTMP}/locale
IMAKE+= __MAKE_SHELL=${INSTALLTMP}/sh
.else
IMAKEENV+= PATH=${TMPPATH}:${INSTALLTMP}
.endif
# When generating install media, do not allow user and group information from
# the build host to affect the contents of the distribution.
.if make(distributeworld) || make(distrib-dirs) || make(distribution) || \
make(stageworld)
DB_FROM_SRC= yes
.endif
.if defined(DB_FROM_SRC)
INSTALLFLAGS+= -N ${.CURDIR}/etc
MTREEFLAGS+= -N ${.CURDIR}/etc
.endif
_INSTALL_DDIR= ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}
INSTALL_DDIR= ${_INSTALL_DDIR:S://:/:g:C:/$::}
.if defined(NO_ROOT)
METALOG?= ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}/METALOG
METALOG:= ${METALOG:C,//+,/,g}
IMAKE+= -DNO_ROOT METALOG=${METALOG}
METALOG_INSTALLFLAGS= -U -M ${METALOG} -D ${INSTALL_DDIR}
INSTALLFLAGS+= ${METALOG_INSTALLFLAGS}
CERTCTLFLAGS= ${METALOG_INSTALLFLAGS}
MTREEFLAGS+= -W
.endif
.if defined(BUILD_PKGS)
INSTALLFLAGS+= -h sha256
.endif
.if defined(DB_FROM_SRC) || defined(NO_ROOT)
IMAKE_INSTALL= INSTALL="${INSTALL_CMD} ${INSTALLFLAGS}"
IMAKE_MTREE= MTREE_CMD="${MTREE_CMD} ${MTREEFLAGS}"
.endif
.if make(distributeworld)
CERTCTLDESTDIR= ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}
CERTCTLFLAGS+= -d /base
.else
CERTCTLDESTDIR= ${DESTDIR}
.endif
CERTCTLFLAGS+= -D "${CERTCTLDESTDIR}"
DESTDIR_MTREEFLAGS= -deU
# When creating worldtmp we don't need to set the directories as owned by root
# so we also pass -W
WORLDTMP_MTREEFLAGS= -deUW
.if defined(NO_ROOT)
# When building with -DNO_ROOT we shouldn't be changing the directories
# that are created by mtree to be owned by root/wheel.
DESTDIR_MTREEFLAGS+= -W
.endif
.if defined(DB_FROM_SRC)
DISTR_MTREEFLAGS= -N ${.CURDIR}/etc
.endif
DISTR_MTREECMD= ${MTREE_CMD}
.if ${BUILD_WITH_STRICT_TMPPATH} != 0
DISTR_MTREECMD= ${WORLDTMP}/legacy/usr/sbin/mtree
.endif
DISTR_MTREE= ${DISTR_MTREECMD} ${DISTR_MTREEFLAGS}
WORLDTMP_MTREE= ${DISTR_MTREECMD} ${WORLDTMP_MTREEFLAGS}
DESTDIR_MTREE= ${DISTR_MTREECMD} ${DESTDIR_MTREEFLAGS}
METALOG_SORT_CMD= env -i LC_COLLATE=C sort
# kernel stage
KMAKEENV= ${WMAKEENV:NSYSROOT=*}
KMAKE= ${TIME_ENV} ${KMAKEENV} ${MAKE} ${.MAKEFLAGS} ${KERNEL_FLAGS} KERNEL=${INSTKERNNAME}
#
# buildworld
#
# Attempt to rebuild the entire system, with reasonable chance of
# success, regardless of how old your existing system is.
#
_sanity_check: .PHONY .MAKE
.if ${.CURDIR:C/[^,]//g} != ""
# The m4 build of sendmail files doesn't like it if ',' is used
# anywhere in the path of it's files.
@echo
@echo "*** Error: path to source tree contains a comma ','"
@echo
@false
.elif ${.CURDIR:M*\:*} != ""
# Using ':' leaks into PATH and breaks finding cross-tools.
@echo
@echo "*** Error: path to source tree contains a colon ':'"
@echo
@false
.endif
# Our current approach to dependency tracking cannot cope with certain source
# tree changes, particularly with respect to removing source files and
# replacing generated files. Handle these cases here in an ad-hoc fashion.
_cleanobj_fast_depend_hack: .PHONY
@echo ">>> Deleting stale dependencies...";
sh ${.CURDIR}/tools/build/depend-cleanup.sh ${OBJTOP}
_worldtmp: .PHONY
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Rebuilding the temporary build tree"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
.if ${MK_CLEAN} == "yes"
rm -rf ${WORLDTMP}
.else
# Note: for delete-old we need to set $PATH to also include the host $PATH
# since otherwise a partial build with missing symlinks in ${WORLDTMP}/legacy/
# will fail to run due to missing binaries. $WMAKE sets PATH to only ${TMPPATH}
# so we remove that assingnment from $WMAKE and prepend the new $PATH
${_+_}@if [ -e "${WORLDTMP}" ]; then \
echo ">>> Deleting stale files in build tree..."; \
cd ${.CURDIR}; env PATH=${TMPPATH}:${PATH} ${WMAKE:NPATH=*} \
_NO_INCLUDE_COMPILERMK=t -DBATCH_DELETE_OLD_FILES delete-old \
delete-old-libs >/dev/null; \
fi
rm -rf ${WORLDTMP}/legacy/usr/include
.if ${USING_SYSTEM_COMPILER} == "yes"
.for cc in cc c++
if [ -x ${WORLDTMP}/usr/bin/${cc} ]; then \
inum=$$(stat -f %i ${WORLDTMP}/usr/bin/${cc}); \
find ${WORLDTMP}/usr/bin -inum $${inum} -delete; \
fi
.endfor
.endif # ${USING_SYSTEM_COMPILER} == "yes"
.if ${USING_SYSTEM_LINKER} == "yes"
@rm -f ${WORLDTMP}/usr/bin/ld ${WORLDTMP}/usr/bin/ld.lld
.endif # ${USING_SYSTEM_LINKER} == "yes"
.endif # ${MK_CLEAN} == "yes"
@mkdir -p ${WORLDTMP}
@touch ${WORLDTMP}/${.TARGET}
# We can't use mtree to create the worldtmp directories since it may not be
# available on the target system (this happens e.g. when building on non-FreeBSD)
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}/tools/build; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=tools/build/ DESTDIR=${WORLDTMP}/legacy installdirs
# In order to build without inheriting $PATH we need to add symlinks to the host
# tools in $WORLDTMP for the tools that we don't build during bootstrap-tools
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}/tools/build; \
${MAKE} DIRPRFX=tools/build/ DESTDIR=${WORLDTMP}/legacy host-symlinks
_legacy:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 1.1: legacy release compatibility shims"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${BMAKE} legacy
_bootstrap-tools:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 1.2: bootstrap tools"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${BMAKE} bootstrap-tools
mkdir -p ${WORLDTMP}/usr ${WORLDTMP}/lib/casper ${WORLDTMP}/lib/geom \
${WORLDTMP}/bin
${WORLDTMP_MTREE} -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.usr.dist \
-p ${WORLDTMP}/usr >/dev/null
${WORLDTMP_MTREE} -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.include.dist \
-p ${WORLDTMP}/usr/include >/dev/null
.if ${TARGET_ARCH} == "amd64"
mkdir -p ${WORLDTMP}/usr/include/i386
.endif
ln -sf ${.CURDIR}/sys ${WORLDTMP}
.if ${MK_DEBUG_FILES} != "no"
${WORLDTMP_MTREE} -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.debug.dist \
-p ${WORLDTMP}/usr/lib >/dev/null
.endif
.for _mtree in ${LOCAL_MTREE}
${WORLDTMP_MTREE} -f ${.CURDIR}/${_mtree} -p ${WORLDTMP} > /dev/null
.endfor
_cleanobj:
.if ${MK_CLEAN} == "yes"
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 2.1: cleaning up the object tree"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
# Avoid including bsd.compiler.mk in clean and obj with _NO_INCLUDE_COMPILERMK
# since the restricted $PATH might not contain a valid cc binary
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} _NO_INCLUDE_COMPILERMK=t ${CLEANDIR}
.if defined(_LIBCOMPAT)
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${LIBCOMPATWMAKE} _NO_INCLUDE_COMPILERMK=t -f Makefile.inc1 ${CLEANDIR}
.endif
.else
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} _NO_INCLUDE_COMPILERMK=t _cleanobj_fast_depend_hack
.endif # ${MK_CLEAN} == "yes"
_obj:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 2.2: rebuilding the object tree"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} _NO_INCLUDE_COMPILERMK=t obj
_build-tools:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 2.3: build tools"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${TMAKE} build-tools
_cross-tools:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 3: cross tools"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@rm -f ${OBJTOP}/toolchain-metadata.mk
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${XMAKE} cross-tools
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${XMAKE} kernel-tools
_build-metadata:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 3.1: recording build metadata"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} toolchain-metadata.mk
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} host-osreldate.h
_includes:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 4.1: building includes"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
# Special handling for SUBDIR_OVERRIDE in buildworld as they most likely need
# headers from default SUBDIR. Do SUBDIR_OVERRIDE includes last.
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} SUBDIR_OVERRIDE= SHARED=symlinks \
MK_INCLUDES=yes includes
.if !empty(SUBDIR_OVERRIDE) && make(buildworld)
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} MK_INCLUDES=yes SHARED=symlinks includes
.endif
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; ${WMAKE} test-includes
_libraries:
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 4.2: building libraries"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; \
${WMAKE} -DNO_FSCHG MK_HTML=no -DNO_LINT MK_MAN=no \
MK_PROFILE=no MK_TESTS=no MK_TESTS_SUPPORT=${MK_TESTS_SUPPORT} \
libraries
everything: .PHONY
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> stage 4.4: building everything"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
${_+_}cd ${.CURDIR}; _PARALLEL_SUBDIR_OK=1 ${WMAKE} all
WMAKE_TGTS=
.if !defined(WORLDFAST)
WMAKE_TGTS+= _sanity_check _worldtmp _legacy
.if empty(SUBDIR_OVERRIDE)
WMAKE_TGTS+= _bootstrap-tools
.endif
WMAKE_TGTS+= _cleanobj
.if !defined(NO_OBJWALK)
WMAKE_TGTS+= _obj
.endif
WMAKE_TGTS+= _build-tools _cross-tools
WMAKE_TGTS+= _build-metadata
WMAKE_TGTS+= _includes
.endif
.if !defined(NO_LIBS)
WMAKE_TGTS+= _libraries
.endif
.if defined(_LIBCOMPAT) && empty(SUBDIR_OVERRIDE)
WMAKE_TGTS+= build${libcompat}
.endif
WMAKE_TGTS+= everything
# record buildworld time in seconds
.if make(buildworld)
_BUILDWORLD_START!= date '+%s'
.export _BUILDWORLD_START
.endif
buildworld: buildworld_prologue ${WMAKE_TGTS} buildworld_epilogue .PHONY
.ORDER: buildworld_prologue ${WMAKE_TGTS} buildworld_epilogue
_ncpu_cmd=sysctl -n hw.ncpu 2>/dev/null || nproc 2>/dev/null || echo unknown
buildworld_prologue: .PHONY
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> World build started on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
buildworld_epilogue: .PHONY
@echo
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> World build completed on `LC_ALL=C date`"
@seconds=$$(($$(date '+%s') - ${_BUILDWORLD_START})); \
echo -n ">>> World built in $$seconds seconds, "; \
echo "ncpu: $$(${_ncpu_cmd})${.MAKE.JOBS:S/^/, make -j/}"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
#
# We need to have this as a target because the indirection between Makefile
# and Makefile.inc1 causes the correct PATH to be used, rather than a
# modification of the current environment's PATH. In addition, we need
# to quote multiword values.
#
buildenvvars: .PHONY
@echo ${WMAKEENV:Q} ${.MAKE.EXPORTED:@v@$v=\"${$v}\"@}
.if ${.TARGETS:Mbuildenv}
.if ${.MAKEFLAGS:M-j}
.error The buildenv target is incompatible with -j
.endif
.endif
BUILDENV_DIR?= ${.CURDIR}
#
# Note: make will report any errors the shell reports. This can
# be odd if the last command in an interactive shell generates an
# error or is terminated by SIGINT. These reported errors look bad,
# but are harmless. Allowing them also allows BUILDENV_SHELL to
# be a complex command whose status will be returned to the caller.
# Some scripts in tools rely on this behavior to report build errors.
#
buildenv: .PHONY
@echo Entering world for ${TARGET_ARCH}:${TARGET}
.if ${BUILDENV_SHELL:M*zsh*}
@echo For ZSH you must run: export CPUTYPE=${TARGET_CPUTYPE}
.endif
@cd ${BUILDENV_DIR} && env ${WMAKEENV} \
INSTALL="${INSTALL_CMD} ${INSTALLFLAGS}" \
MTREE_CMD="${MTREE_CMD} ${MTREEFLAGS}" BUILDENV=1 ${BUILDENV_SHELL}
TOOLCHAIN_TGTS= ${WMAKE_TGTS:Neverything:Nbuild${libcompat}}
toolchain: ${TOOLCHAIN_TGTS} .PHONY
KERNEL_TOOLCHAIN_TGTS= ${TOOLCHAIN_TGTS:N_obj:N_cleanobj:N_includes:N_libraries}
.if make(kernel-toolchain)
.ORDER: ${KERNEL_TOOLCHAIN_TGTS}
.endif
kernel-toolchain: ${KERNEL_TOOLCHAIN_TGTS} .PHONY
#
# installcheck
#
# Checks to be sure system is ready for installworld/installkernel.
#
installcheck: _installcheck_world _installcheck_kernel .PHONY
_installcheck_world: .PHONY
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Install check world"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
_installcheck_kernel: .PHONY
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
@echo ">>> Install check kernel"
@echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
#
# Require DESTDIR to be set if installing for a different architecture or
# using the user/group database in the source tree.
#
.if ${TARGET_ARCH} != ${MACHINE_ARCH} || ${TARGET} != ${MACHINE} || \
defined(DB_FROM_SRC)
.if !make(distributeworld)
_installcheck_world: __installcheck_DESTDIR
_installcheck_kernel: __installcheck_DESTDIR
__installcheck_DESTDIR: .PHONY
.if !defined(DESTDIR) || empty(DESTDIR)
@echo "ERROR: Please set DESTDIR!"; \
false
.endif
.endif
.endif
.if !defined(DB_FROM_SRC)
#
# Check for missing UIDs/GIDs.
#
CHECK_UIDS= auditdistd
CHECK_GIDS= audit
CHECK_UIDS+= ntpd
CHECK_GIDS+= ntpd
CHECK_UIDS+= proxy
CHECK_GIDS+= proxy authpf
CHECK_UIDS+= smmsp
CHECK_GIDS+= smmsp
CHECK_UIDS+= unbound
CHECK_GIDS+= unbound
_installcheck_world: __installcheck_UGID
__installcheck_UGID: .PHONY
.for uid in ${CHECK_UIDS}
@if ! `id -u ${uid} >/dev/null 2>&1`; then \
echo "ERROR: Required ${uid} user is missing, see /usr/src/UPDATING."; \
false; \
fi
.endfor
.for gid in ${CHECK_GIDS}
@if ! `find / -prune -group ${gid} >/dev/null 2>&1`; then \
echo "ERROR: Required ${gid} group is missing, see /usr/src/UPDATING."; \
false; \
fi
.endfor
.endif
#
# If installing over the running system (DESTDIR is / or unset) and the install
# includes rescue, try running rescue from the objdir as a sanity check. If
# rescue is not functional (e.g., because it depends on a system call not
# supported by the currently running kernel), abort the installation.
#
.if !make(distributeworld) && ${MK_RESCUE} != "no" && \
(empty(DESTDIR) || ${DESTDIR} == "/") && empty(BYPASS_INSTALLCHECK_SH)
_installcheck_world: __installcheck_sh_check
__installcheck_sh_check: .PHONY
@if [ "`${OBJTOP}/rescue/rescue/rescue sh -c 'echo OK'`" != \
OK ]; then \
echo "rescue/sh check failed, installation aborted" >&2; \
false; \
fi
.endif
#
# Required install tools to be saved in a scratch dir for safety.
#
.if ${MK_ZONEINFO} != "no"
_zoneinfo= zic tzsetup
.endif
.if !defined(CROSSBUILD_HOST)
_sysctl=sysctl
.endif
ITOOLS= [ awk cap_mkdb cat chflags chmod chown cmp cp \
date echo egrep find grep id install ${_install-info} \
ln make mkdir mtree mv pwd_mkdb \
rm sed services_mkdb sh sort strip ${_sysctl} test time true uname wc \
${_zoneinfo} ${LOCAL_ITOOLS}
# Needed for share/man
.if ${MK_MAN_UTILS} != "no"
ITOOLS+=makewhatis
.endif
#
# distributeworld
#
# Distributes everything compiled by a `buildworld'.
#
# installworld
#
# Installs everything compiled by a 'buildworld'.
#
# Non-base distributions produced by the base system
EXTRA_DISTRIBUTIONS=
.if defined(_LIBCOMPAT)
EXTRA_DISTRIBUTIONS+= lib${libcompat}
.endif
.if ${MK_TESTS} != "no"
EXTRA_DISTRIBUTIONS+= tests
.endif
DEBUG_DISTRIBUTIONS=
.if ${MK_DEBUG_FILES} != "no"
DEBUG_DISTRIBUTIONS+= base ${EXTRA_DISTRIBUTIONS:S,tests,,}
.endif
MTREE_MAGIC?= mtree 2.0
distributeworld installworld stageworld: _installcheck_world .PHONY
mkdir -p ${INSTALLTMP}
progs=$$(for prog in ${ITOOLS}; do \
if progpath=`env PATH=${TMPPATH} which $$prog`; then \
echo $$progpath; \
else \
echo "Required tool $$prog not found in PATH ($$PATH)." >&2; \
exit 1; \
fi; \
done); \
if [ -z "${CROSSBUILD_HOST}" ] ; then \
libs=$$(ldd -f "%o %p\n" -f "%o %p\n" $$progs 2>/dev/null | sort -u | grep -Ev '\[.*]' | \
while read line; do \
set -- $$line; \
if [ "$$2 $$3" != "not found" ]; then \
echo $$2; \
else \
echo "Required library $$1 not found." >&2; \
exit 1; \
fi; \
done); \
fi; \
cp $$libs $$progs ${INSTALLTMP}
cp -R $${PATH_LOCALE:-"/usr/share/locale"} ${INSTALLTMP}/locale
.if defined(NO_ROOT)
-mkdir -p ${METALOG:H}
echo "#${MTREE_MAGIC}" > ${METALOG}
.endif
.if make(distributeworld)
.for dist in ${EXTRA_DISTRIBUTIONS}
-mkdir ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}/${dist}
${DESTDIR_MTREE} -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.root.dist \
-p ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}/${dist} >/dev/null
${DESTDIR_MTREE} -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.usr.dist \
-p ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}/${dist}/usr >/dev/null
${DESTDIR_MTREE} -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.include.dist \
-p ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}/${dist}/usr/include >/dev/null
.if ${TARGET_ARCH} == "amd64"
-mkdir ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}/${dist}/usr/include/i386
.endif
.if ${MK_DEBUG_FILES} != "no"
${DESTDIR_MTREE} -f ${.CURDIR}/etc/mtree/BSD.debug.dist \
-p ${DESTDIR}/${DISTDIR}/${dist}/usr/lib >/dev/null
.endif
.if defined(_LIBCOMPAT)
${D