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Wed May 24 04:34:25 2006 UTC (14 years, 6 months ago) by johnpye
File size: 57384 byte(s)
Added changes to allow autotools build on ubuntu. There were some wrong assumptions
about file locations that I was able to correct using information in the 
tclConfig.sh and tkConfig.sh files. This will need testing on Fedora/Unix/etc.
1 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 # A configure.in file for ASCEND.
3 #
4 # Process `configure.in' file with `autoconf' to produce
5 # a `configure' script. This `configure.in' was prepared
6 # for AutoConf v2.59.
7 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
8
9 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
10 # Disable caching since it seems to get in the way
11 # more times than it helps us.
12 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
13 define([AC_CACHE_LOAD], )dnl
14 define([AC_CACHE_SAVE], )dnl
15
16 AC_PREREQ(2.57)
17 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
18 # This file must exist for configure to continue. It's
19 # how we know we're in the right place.
20 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
21 AC_INIT(../generic/compiler/ascParse.y)
22
23
24 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
25 # CVS Most Recent Revision Data
26 # Put this data after AC_INIT since we want this information
27 # to also appear in configure and autoconf, when creating
28 # configure, strips all comments that appear in configure.in
29 # before AC_INIT
30 # $Revision: 1.38 $
31 # $Date: 2003/11/23 19:36:39 $
32 # $Author: ballan $
33 # $Source: /afs/cs.cmu.edu/project/ascend/Repository/configure.in,v $
34 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
35
36
37 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
38 # Where configure should look for files it needs.
39 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
40 AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR(config)
41
42 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
43 # Set the output variables prefix and exec_prefix that
44 # determine where things will be installed.
45 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
46 if test "${prefix}" = "NONE"; then
47 prefix=/usr/local
48 fi
49 if test "${exec_prefix}" = "NONE"; then
50 exec_prefix=$prefix
51 fi
52
53
54 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
55 # For the Fortran support libraries and the TCL/TK libraries
56 # and header files, we unfortunately need the full path to
57 # these files. The problem with having the full path is that
58 # if the user moves the source tree, things will break unless
59 # the user re-runs configure.
60 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
61
62 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
63 ##AWW
64 ##AWW We put the .o files when compiling into a tree structure
65 ##AWW relative to the directory in which we currently reside,
66 ##AWW while the .c and .h files are in a similar tree structure
67 ##AWW relative to the configure instruction we invoke. This
68 ##AWW allows one to have separate .o files in their own tree when
69 ##AWW compiling for different operating systems.
70 ##AWW
71 ##AWW Example 1 (same directories)
72 ##AWW Current directory one is in: /home/me/trunk/base/unixAC213
73 ##AWW Directory containing configure: /home/me/trunk/base/unixAC213
74 ##AWW Command to invoke configure: ./configure
75 ##AWW $ascpwd will be: /home/me/trunk/base/unixAC213
76 ##AWW $srcdir will be: .
77 ##AWW
78 ##AWW Example 2 (different directories, abs path for command)
79 ##AWW Current directory one is in: /home/me/trunk/base/newTree
80 ##AWW Directory containing configure: /home/me/trunk/base/unixAC213
81 ##AWW Command to invoke configure: /home/me/trunk/base/unixAC213/configure
82 ##AWW $ascpwd will be: /home/me/trunk/base/newTree
83 ##AWW $srcdir will be: /home/me/trunk/base/unixAC213
84 ##AWW
85 ##AWW Example 3 (different directories, rel path for command)
86 ##AWW Same as Example 2
87 ##AWW Command to invoke configure: ../unixAC213/configure
88 ##AWW $ascpwd will be: /home/me/trunk/base/newTree (same as in Example 2)
89 ##AWW $srcdir will be: ../unixAC213
90 ##AWW
91 ##AWW Key elements of the source tree are:
92 ##AWW code/trunk/trunk/base/unixAC213/configure
93 ##AWW code/trunk/trunk/base/generic
94 ##AWW code/trunk/tcltk
95 ##AWW where $srcdir is pointing to /home/me/trunk/base/unixAC213, the folder
96 ##AWW containing "configure"
97 ##AWW
98 ##AWW Configure is located at:
99 ##AWW $srcdir/configure
100 ##AWW while the .c/.h files one wants are in:
101 ##AWW $srcdir/../generic/compiler
102 ##AWW $srcdir/../generic/general
103 ##AWW $srcdir/../generic/packages
104 ##AWW $srcdir/../generic/solver
105 ##AWW $srcdir/../generic/utilities
106 ##AWW $srcdir/../../tcltk/generic/interface
107 ##AWW
108 ##AWW Each of these directories contain Makefiles and possible
109 ##AWW need to find .h files in the other directories. For example
110 ##AWW the include statements are always of the form
111 ##AWW #include compiler/slv3.h or
112 ##AWW #include interface/SlvProc.h
113 ##AWW
114 ##AWW A safe include path should assume one is a directory with any
115 ##AWW of these .h and .c files and one needs to find a .h file in
116 ##AWW any other of them. The following paths should do it.
117 ##AWW
118 ##AWW If in compiler, general, packages, solver, utilities
119 ##AWW .. for general, packages, etc
120 ##AWW ../../../tcltk/generic for interface
121 ##AWW If in interface
122 ##AWW .. for interface
123 ##AWW ../../../base/generic for compiler, general, ..
124 ##AWW
125 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
126 # The asc_include variable is (directory) path to the ascend4
127 # SOURCE directory relative to the immediate subdirectories of
128 # the ascend4 OBJECT directory. --rewrite - not clear.
129 #AWW To compile a new ASCEND executable, one should move into the
130 #AWW directory in which one wants the ASCEND object/executable
131 #AWW to reside (call this objTree) and from there run
132 #AWW ../base/unixAC213/configure.
133 #AWW In the following code asc_include is set to the path from
134 #JP I think that the current recommendation is to install from
135 #JP run ./configure (ie from this directory)
136
137 ascpwd=`pwd`
138 fullpathsrcdir=`cd $srcdir ; pwd`
139
140 case "$srcdir" in
141 .)
142 asc_include="../$srcdir"
143 ;;
144 /*)
145 asc_include="$srcdir/../generic"
146 ;;
147 *)
148 asc_include="$srcdir/../generic"
149 ;;
150 esac
151
152
153 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
154 # Do basic checks to determine
155 # * if we have `ranlib'
156 # * if we can create symbolic links
157 # * if `make' sets the MAKE macro
158 # * a bsd-compatible `install' program
159 # If we use the install-sh script that comes with configure,
160 # prefix it with the current directory so it'll work in
161 # subdirectories. Unfortunately, it won't work if the user
162 # moves the source tree.
163 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
164 AC_PROG_RANLIB
165 AC_PROG_LN_S
166 AC_PROG_MAKE_SET
167 AC_PROG_INSTALL
168
169 case "X$INSTALL" in
170 X/*)
171 ;;
172 *)
173 INSTALL="$ascpwd/$INSTALL"
174 ;;
175 esac
176
177
178 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
179 # Get the host type for various checks along the way
180 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
181 AC_CANONICAL_HOST
182
183 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
184 # Check for the C compiler: set CC and CFLAGS.
185 # If the user does NOT specify `--enable-gcc' on the configure
186 # command command line, set CC to either the envar CC or `cc'.
187 # Call AC_PROG_CC which will use the value of CC (perhaps set
188 # immediately above) or will check for `gcc' and then for `cc'
189 # if `gcc' is not found.
190 #
191 # If we are using GCC, then assume it groks ANSI. Otherwise,
192 # try to compile a small program using ANSI constructs with
193 # CC. If this fails, try to locate each of the following:
194 # c89 xlc acc
195 # and if successful, see if it compiles an ANSI C program.
196 # (Doing this in a loop would be ideal, but configure caches
197 # the result of AC_CHECK_PROG and uses the cached value for
198 # all but the first pass through the loop. This is also the
199 # reason we have to use a different variable asc_cc1, asc_cc2
200 # for each call to AC_CHECK_PROG.
201 #
202 # If we do not find an ANSI C compiler, print a warning and
203 # use the first value of CC we tried.
204 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
205 #JP removed the lengthy CC tests, since ANSI C is pretty universal
206 #JP these days, and GCC can pretty much be assumed if we're using
207 #JP Autotools.
208
209 AC_PROG_CC(gcc)
210
211 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
212 # Do other misc checks with CC and CFLAGS.
213 #
214 # Determine how to run the C preprocessor.
215 #
216 # If the user specifies --enable-optimization, remove `-g'
217 # from CFLAGS, add `-O' to CFLAGS, and define `NDEBUG'. If
218 # we are not building optimized, check for special libraries
219 # needed for building a debugging binary (currenly only
220 # /usr/lib/end.o under HPUX).
221 #
222 # Check if we're running on AIX; if so, add `-D_ALL_SOURCE'
223 # to CFLAGS.
224 #
225 # Check if we're running on HPUX; if so, add -D_HPUX_SOURCE'
226 # to CFLAGS unless the C preprocessor goes it for us.
227 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
228
229 AC_PROG_CPP
230
231 AC_ARG_ENABLE(optimization,
232 [ --enable-optimization optimize the C code while building ascend],
233 [asc_do_opt="$enableval"], [asc_do_opt=no])
234
235 if test "$asc_do_opt" = yes; then
236 CFLAGS=`echo "-O $CFLAGS " | sed 's/ -g / /g'`
237 AC_DEFINE(NDEBUG)
238 else
239 AC_PATH_PROG(DEBUG_LIBS, end.o, , /usr/lib)
240 fi
241
242 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for AIX])
243 AC_EGREP_CPP(yes, [
244 #ifdef _AIX
245 yes
246 #endif
247 ], [ asc_aix=yes ; AC_DEFINE(_ALL_SOURCE) ], [asc_aix=no])
248 AC_MSG_RESULT($asc_aix)
249
250 AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether -D_HPUX_SOURCE is needed])
251 AC_EGREP_CPP(yes, [
252 #ifdef __hpux
253 #ifndef _HPUX_SOURCE
254 yes
255 #endif
256 #endif
257 ], [ asc_hpux=yes ; AC_DEFINE(_HPUX_SOURCE) ], [asc_hpux=no])
258 AC_MSG_RESULT($asc_hpux)
259
260 # Check the size of pointers; if cross compiling, assume 32 bit pointers
261 AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(void *, 4)
262
263
264 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
265 # Set YACC.
266 # call the
267 # autoconf macro which looks for `bison' and then for `yacc'.
268 # note it isn't bright enough to check that yacc really exists,
269 # so we allow the user to disable it.
270 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
271
272 YACCSAVE="$YACC"
273 AC_PROG_YACC
274
275 AC_ARG_WITH(yacc,
276 [ --without-yacc do not generate parser from yacc file],
277 , [with_yacc=yes])
278 if test ! "X$with_yacc" = "Xyes" ; then
279 YACC=": configured without yacc"
280 parser_src="ascParse.c.from.c"
281 else
282 parser_src="ascParse.c.from.yacc"
283 fi
284 AC_SUBST(parser_src)
285
286 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
287 # Set LEX.
288 # ASCEND requires a `flex' which understands -P (allows you to
289 # specify a prefix other than `yy'). The -P flag was added at
290 # the same time a -V (version) flag was added (version 2.4.1),
291 # so if `flex' understands -V, it'll understand -P (checking
292 # for -P directly requires a flex input file).
293 #
294 # 1. If `LEX' is not set, look for `flex' and set `LEX' to
295 # `flex' if found.
296 # 2. If `flex' was found, see if it understands -V. If so,
297 # set `scanner_src' and `typer_src' to have `flex' generate
298 # the C files from the flex input files
299 # base/generic/compiler/scanner.l & tcltk/interface/typelex.l
300 # We don't need to look for libfl.a since we define
301 # yywrap() ourselves.
302 # 3. If `flex' wasn't found or was found but isn't new enough:
303 # a. Print a warning message
304 # b. Set `scanner_src' and `typer_src' to use pre-generated
305 # C files for the flex files mentioned in (2).
306 # c. Set `LEX' to `lex'
307 # d. Search for the lex library `libl.a' and set LEXLIB to
308 # its location.
309 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
310
311 AC_CHECK_PROG(LEX, flex, flex)
312
313 if test -n "$LEX" ; then
314 AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether $LEX is at least version 2.4.1])
315 echo "$LEX -V" 1>&5
316 if $LEX -V 1>&5 2>&5 ; then
317 AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
318 scanner_src="scanner.c.from.flex"
319 typer_src="typelex.c.from.flex"
320 else
321 AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
322 LEX=''
323 fi
324 fi
325
326 if test -z "$LEX" ; then
327 AC_MSG_WARN([Cannot find a flex lexer version 2.4.1 or greater.
328 Using pregenerated C files for base/generic/compiler/scanner.l
329 and tcltk/interface/typelex.l. If you have flex 2.4.1
330 or newer, set the LEX environment variable to its location
331 and run configure again.])
332 scanner_src="scanner.c.from.c"
333 typer_src="typelex.c.from.c"
334
335 # let configure set LEX and LEXLIB even though we won't be using them
336 AC_PROG_LEX
337 fi
338
339
340 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
341 # Math libraries.
342 # On a few very rare systems, all of the libm.a stuff is
343 # already in libc.a. Set compiler flags accordingly.
344 # Also, Linux requires the "ieee" library for math to work
345 # right (and it must appear before "-lm").
346 #
347 # When building on HPUX with GCC, GCC cannot find `copysign'
348 # because it lives in an odd place; see if we need to add
349 # this odd place to MATH_LIBS.
350 #
351 # See if erf(), the error function, exists; if so, define
352 # HAVE_ERF.
353 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
354 AC_CHECK_FUNC(sin, MATH_LIBS="", MATH_LIBS="-lm")
355
356 AC_CHECK_LIB(ieee, printf, [MATH_LIBS="-lieee $MATH_LIBS"])
357
358 if test -n "$MATH_LIBS" ; then
359 AC_CHECK_LIB(m, copysign, ,
360 AC_CHECK_LIB(m, drem, [MATH_LIBS="$MATH_LIBS /lib/pa1.1/libM.a"]
361 , , /lib/pa1.1/libM.a
362 ),
363 $MATH_LIBS)
364 fi
365
366 # store the current list of libraries, add the math libraries to LIBS,
367 # check for erf(), then reset the value of LIBS.
368 asc_keep_LIBS="$LIBS"
369 LIBS="$LIBS $MATH_LIBS"
370 AC_CHECK_FUNCS(erf)
371 LIBS="$asc_keep_LIBS"
372
373 #----------------------------------------------
374 # Check for 'vsnprintf' -- there seems to be a problem with it in
375 # on cygwin.
376
377 dnl -------------------------------------
378 dnl Macro to sniff for the 'vsnprintf' function
379 dnl
380 dnl This function appears to be problematic under cygwin, hence the addition
381 dnl of this macro.
382 dnl -------------------------------------
383
384 AC_DEFUN([AC_FUNC_SNPRINTF],
385 [AC_CHECK_FUNCS(snprintf vsnprintf)
386 AC_MSG_CHECKING(for working snprintf)
387 AC_CACHE_VAL(ac_cv_have_working_snprintf,
388 [AC_TRY_RUN(
389 [#include <stdio.h>
390
391 int main(void)
392 {
393 char bufs[5] = { 'x', 'x', 'x', '\0', '\0' };
394 char bufd[5] = { 'x', 'x', 'x', '\0', '\0' };
395 int i;
396 i = snprintf (bufs, 2, "%s", "111");
397 if (strcmp (bufs, "1")) exit (1);
398 if (i != 3) exit (1);
399 i = snprintf (bufd, 2, "%d", 111);
400 if (strcmp (bufd, "1")) exit (1);
401 if (i != 3) exit (1);
402 exit(0);
403 }], ac_cv_have_working_snprintf=yes, ac_cv_have_working_snprintf=no, ac_cv_have_working_snprintf=cross)])
404 AC_MSG_RESULT([$ac_cv_have_working_snprintf])
405 AC_MSG_CHECKING(for working vsnprintf)
406 AC_CACHE_VAL(ac_cv_have_working_vsnprintf,
407 [AC_TRY_RUN(
408 [#include <stdio.h>
409 #include <stdarg.h>
410
411 int my_vsnprintf (char *buf, const char *tmpl, ...)
412 {
413 int i;
414 va_list args;
415 va_start (args, tmpl);
416 i = vsnprintf (buf, 2, tmpl, args);
417 va_end (args);
418 return i;
419 }
420
421 int main(void)
422 {
423 char bufs[5] = { 'x', 'x', 'x', '\0', '\0' };
424 char bufd[5] = { 'x', 'x', 'x', '\0', '\0' };
425 int i;
426 i = my_vsnprintf (bufs, "%s", "111");
427 if (strcmp (bufs, "1")) exit (1);
428 if (i != 3) exit (1);
429 i = my_vsnprintf (bufd, "%d", 111);
430 if (strcmp (bufd, "1")) exit (1);
431 if (i != 3) exit (1);
432 exit(0);
433 }], ac_cv_have_working_vsnprintf=yes, ac_cv_have_working_vsnprintf=no, ac_cv_have_working_vsnprintf=cross)])
434 AC_MSG_RESULT([$ac_cv_have_working_vsnprintf])
435 if test x$ac_cv_have_working_snprintf$ac_cv_have_working_vsnprintf != "xyesyes"; then
436 AC_LIBOBJ(snprintf)
437 AC_MSG_WARN([Replacing missing/broken (v)snprintf() with version from http://www.ijs.si/software/snprintf/.])
438 AC_DEFINE(PREFER_PORTABLE_SNPRINTF, 1, "enable replacement (v)snprintf if system (v)snprintf is broken")
439 fi])
440
441 AC_FUNC_SNPRINTF
442
443 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
444 # Check for X11.
445 # We'll use the simple autoconf builtin macro for finding
446 # X11 until we find a reason not to.
447 #
448 # On Solaris and IRIX, add the path to the X library to the
449 # run-time shared-library-search-path so the ASCEND binary
450 # can find the X library without the user having to set
451 # LD_LIBRARY_PATH
452 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
453 AC_PATH_X
454 if test -n "$x_includes"; then
455 X11_INCLUDES="-I$x_includes"
456 fi
457 if test -n "$x_libraries"; then
458 X11_LIBRARIES="-L$x_libraries"
459 case "$host" in
460 sparc-sun-solaris*)
461 X11_RUN_PATH="-R$x_libraries"
462 ;;
463 mips-sgi-irix*)
464 X11_RUN_PATH="-rpath $x_libraries"
465 ;;
466 *)
467 X11_RUN_PATH=""
468 ;;
469 esac
470 fi
471
472
473 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
474 # Check for the existence of various libraries. The order here
475 # is important, so that then end up in the right order in the
476 # command line generated by make. The -lsocket and -lnsl
477 # libraries require a couple of special tricks:
478 # 1. Use "connect" and "accept" to check for -lsocket, and
479 # "gethostbyname" to check for -lnsl.
480 # 2. Use each function name only once: can't redo a check
481 # because autoconf caches the results of the last check
482 # and won't redo it.
483 # 3. Use -lnsl and -lsocket only if they supply procedures that
484 # aren't already present in the normal libraries. This is
485 # because IRIX 5.2 has libraries, but they aren't needed and
486 # they're bogus: they goof up name resolution if used.
487 # 4. On some SVR4 systems, can't use -lsocket without -lnsl
488 # too. To get around this problem, check for both libraries
489 # together if -lsocket doesn't work by itself.
490 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
491 dnl AC_CHECK_LIB(Xbsd, printf, [LIBS="$LIBS -lXbsd"])
492
493 asc_checkBoth=0
494 AC_CHECK_FUNC(connect, [asc_checkSocket=0], [asc_checkSocket=1])
495 if test "$asc_checkSocket" = 1; then
496 AC_CHECK_LIB(socket, printf, [X11_EXTRA_LIBS="-lsocket"],[asc_checkBoth=1])
497 fi
498 if test "$asc_checkBoth" = 1; then
499 asc_oldLibs=$LIBS
500 X11_EXTRA_LIBS="-lsocket -lnsl"
501 LIBS="$LIBS $X11_EXTRA_LIBS"
502 AC_CHECK_FUNC(accept, asc_checkNsl=0, [X11_EXTRA_LIBS=""])
503 LIBS=$asc_oldLibs
504 fi
505 asc_oldLibs=$LIBS
506 LIBS="$LIBS $X11_EXTRA_LIBS"
507 AC_CHECK_FUNC(gethostbyname, ,
508 AC_CHECK_LIB(nsl, printf, [X11_EXTRA_LIBS="$X11_EXTRA_LIBS -lnsl"]))
509 LIBS=$asc_oldLibs
510
511
512 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
513 # The following comes directly from the configure.in file for
514 # Tcl8.0.
515 #
516 # The statements below define a collection of symbols related to
517 # dynamic loading and shared libraries:
518 #
519 # DL_OBJS - Name of the object file that implements dynamic
520 # loading for ASCEND on this system.
521 # DL_LIBS - Library file(s) to include in tclsh and other base
522 # applications in order for the "load" command to work.
523 # LD_FLAGS - Flags to pass to the compiler when linking object
524 # files into an executable application binary such
525 # as tclsh.
526 # LD_SEARCH_FLAGS-Flags to pass to ld, such as "-R /usr/local/tcl/lib",
527 # that tell the run-time dynamic linker where to look
528 # for shared libraries such as libtcl.so. Depends on
529 # the variable LIB_RUNTIME_DIR in the Makefile.
530 # MAKE_LIB - Command to execute to build the ASCEND library;
531 # differs depending on whether or not ASCEND is being
532 # compiled as a shared library.
533 # SHLIB_CFLAGS - Flags to pass to cc when compiling the components
534 # of a shared library (may request position-independent
535 # code, among other things).
536 # SHLIB_LD - Base command to use for combining object files
537 # into a shared library.
538 # SHLIB_LD_LIBS - Dependent libraries for the linker to scan when
539 # creating shared libraries. This symbol typically
540 # goes at the end of the "ld" commands that build
541 # shared libraries. The value of the symbol is
542 # "${LIBS}" if all of the dependent libraries should
543 # be specified when creating a shared library. If
544 # dependent libraries should not be specified (as on
545 # SunOS 4.x, where they cause the link to fail, or in
546 # general if ASCEND and Tk aren't themselves shared
547 # libraries), then this symbol has an empty string
548 # as its value.
549 # SHLIB_SUFFIX - Suffix to use for the names of dynamically loadable
550 # extensions. An empty string means we don't know how
551 # to use shared libraries on this platform.
552 # ASC_LIB_FILE - Name of the file that contains the ASCEND library, such
553 # as libtcl7.8.so or libtcl7.8.a.
554 # ASC_LIB_SUFFIX -Specifies everything that comes after the "libtcl"
555 # in the shared library name, using the $VERSION variable
556 # to put the version in the right place. This is used
557 # by platforms that need non-standard library names.
558 # Examples: ${VERSION}.so.1.1 on NetBSD, since it needs
559 # to have a version after the .so, and ${VERSION}.a
560 # on AIX, since the ASCEND shared library needs to have
561 # a .a extension whereas shared objects for loadable
562 # extensions have a .so extension. Defaults to
563 # ${VERSION}${SHLIB_SUFFIX}.
564 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
565
566 # Step 1: set the variable "system" to hold the name and version number
567 # for the system. This can usually be done via the "uname" command, but
568 # there are a few systems, like Next, where this doesn't work.
569
570 # Changed this to use the "$host" variable from AC_CANONICAL_HOST
571
572 # Step 2: check for existence of -ldl library. This is needed because
573 # Linux can use either -ldl or -ldld for dynamic loading.
574
575 AC_CHECK_LIB(dl, dlopen, have_dl=yes, have_dl=no)
576
577 # Step 3: set configuration options based on system name and version.
578
579 ASC_SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX=""
580 ASC_UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX=""
581 ASC_LIB_VERSIONS_OK=ok
582 case $host in
583 *-aix*)
584 SHLIB_CFLAGS=""
585 SHLIB_LD="$fullpathsrcdir/ldAix /bin/ld -bhalt:4 -bM:SRE -bE:lib.exp -H512 -T512"
586 SHLIB_LD_LIBS='${LIBS}'
587 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
588 DL_OBJS=""
589 DL_LIBS="-lld"
590 LD_FLAGS=""
591 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS='-L${LIB_RUNTIME_DIR}'
592 ASC_SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX='${VERSION}.a'
593 ;;
594 *-bsdi*)
595 SHLIB_CFLAGS=""
596 SHLIB_LD="shlicc -r"
597 SHLIB_LD_LIBS='${LIBS}'
598 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
599 DL_OBJS=""
600 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
601 LD_FLAGS=""
602 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
603 ;;
604 *-dgux*)
605 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-K PIC"
606 SHLIB_LD="cc -G"
607 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
608 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
609 DL_OBJS=""
610 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
611 LD_FLAGS=""
612 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
613 ;;
614 *-hpux8*|*-hpux9*|*-hpux10*)
615 AC_CHECK_LIB(dld, shl_load, tcl_ok=yes, tcl_ok=no)
616 if test "$tcl_ok" = yes; then
617 SHLIB_CFLAGS="+z"
618 SHLIB_LD="ld -b"
619 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
620 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".sl"
621 DL_OBJS=""
622 DL_LIBS="-ldld"
623 LD_FLAGS="-Wl,-E"
624 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS='-Wl,+b,${LIB_RUNTIME_DIR}:.'
625 fi
626 ;;
627 *-irix4*)
628 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-G 0"
629 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".a"
630 SHLIB_LD="echo tclLdAout $CC \{$SHLIB_CFLAGS\} | `pwd`/tclsh -r -G 0"
631 SHLIB_LD_LIBS='${LIBS}'
632 DL_OBJS=""
633 DL_LIBS=""
634 LD_FLAGS="-Wl,-D,08000000"
635 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS='-L${LIB_RUNTIME_DIR}'
636 ASC_SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX='${VERSION}.a'
637 ;;
638 *-irix5*|*-irix6.*)
639 SHLIB_CFLAGS=""
640 SHLIB_LD="ld -shared -rdata_shared"
641 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
642 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
643 DL_OBJS=""
644 DL_LIBS=""
645 LD_FLAGS=""
646 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS='-Wl,-rpath,${LIB_RUNTIME_DIR}'
647 ;;
648 *-linux*)
649 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-fPIC"
650 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
651 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
652 if test "$have_dl" = yes; then
653 SHLIB_LD="${CC} -shared"
654 DL_OBJS=""
655 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
656 LD_FLAGS="-rdynamic"
657 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
658 else
659 AC_CHECK_HEADER(dld.h, [
660 SHLIB_LD="ld -shared"
661 DL_OBJS=""
662 DL_LIBS="-ldld"
663 LD_FLAGS=""
664 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""])
665 fi
666 ;;
667 MP-RAS-02*)
668 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-K PIC"
669 SHLIB_LD="cc -G"
670 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
671 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
672 DL_OBJS=""
673 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
674 LD_FLAGS=""
675 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
676 ;;
677 MP-RAS-*)
678 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-K PIC"
679 SHLIB_LD="cc -G"
680 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
681 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
682 DL_OBJS=""
683 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
684 LD_FLAGS="-Wl,-Bexport"
685 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
686 ;;
687 *-netbsd*|*-freebsd*|*-openbsd*)
688 # Not available on all versions: check for include file.
689 AC_CHECK_HEADER(dlfcn.h, [
690 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-fpic"
691 SHLIB_LD="ld -Bshareable -x"
692 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
693 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
694 DL_OBJS=""
695 DL_LIBS=""
696 LD_FLAGS=""
697 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
698 ASC_SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX='`echo ${VERSION} | tr -d .`.so.1.0'
699 ], [
700 SHLIB_CFLAGS=""
701 SHLIB_LD="echo tclLdAout $CC \{$SHLIB_CFLAGS\} | `pwd`/tclsh -r"
702 SHLIB_LD_LIBS='${LIBS}'
703 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".a"
704 DL_OBJS=""
705 DL_LIBS=""
706 LD_FLAGS=""
707 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS='-L${LIB_RUNTIME_DIR}'
708 ASC_SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX='`echo ${VERSION} | tr -d .`.a'
709 ])
710
711 # FreeBSD doesn't handle version numbers with dots.
712
713 ASC_UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX='`echo ${VERSION} | tr -d .`.a'
714 ASC_LIB_VERSIONS_OK=nodots
715 ;;
716 *-riscos*)
717 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-G 0"
718 SHLIB_LD="echo tclLdAout $CC \{$SHLIB_CFLAGS\} | `pwd`/tclsh -r -G 0"
719 SHLIB_LD_LIBS='${LIBS}'
720 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".a"
721 DL_OBJS=""
722 DL_LIBS=""
723 LD_FLAGS="-Wl,-D,08000000"
724 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS='-L${LIB_RUNTIME_DIR}'
725 ;;
726 SCO_SV-3.2*)
727 # Note, dlopen is available only on SCO 3.2.5 and greater. However,
728 # this test works, since "uname -s" was non-standard in 3.2.4 and
729 # below.
730 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-Kpic -belf"
731 SHLIB_LD="ld -G"
732 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
733 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
734 DL_OBJS=""
735 DL_LIBS=""
736 LD_FLAGS="-belf -Wl,-Bexport"
737 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
738 ;;
739 *-sni-sysv*)
740 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-K PIC"
741 SHLIB_LD="cc -G"
742 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
743 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
744 DL_OBJS=""
745 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
746 LD_FLAGS=""
747 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
748 ;;
749 *-sunos4*)
750 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-PIC"
751 SHLIB_LD="ld"
752 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
753 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
754 DL_OBJS=""
755 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
756 LD_FLAGS=""
757 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS='-L${LIB_RUNTIME_DIR}'
758
759 # SunOS can't handle version numbers with dots in them in library
760 # specs, like -ltcl7.5, so use -ltcl75 instead. Also, it
761 # requires an extra version number at the end of .so file names.
762 # So, the library has to have a name like libtcl75.so.1.0
763
764 ASC_SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX='`echo ${VERSION} | tr -d .`.so.1.0'
765 ASC_UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX='`echo ${VERSION} | tr -d .`.a'
766 ASC_LIB_VERSIONS_OK=nodots
767 ;;
768 *-solaris*)
769 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-KPIC"
770 SHLIB_LD="/usr/ccs/bin/ld -G -z text"
771
772 # Note: need the LIBS below, otherwise Tk won't find ASCEND's
773 # symbols when dynamically loaded into tclsh.
774
775 SHLIB_LD_LIBS='${LIBS}'
776 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
777 DL_OBJS=""
778 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
779 LD_FLAGS=""
780 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS='-R ${LIB_RUNTIME_DIR}'
781 ;;
782 mips-dde-sysv*)
783 SHLIB_CFLAGS="-KPIC"
784 SHLIB_LD="cc -G"
785 SHLIB_LD_LIBS=""
786 SHLIB_SUFFIX=".so"
787 DL_OBJS=""
788 DL_LIBS="-ldl"
789 # Some UNIX_SV* systems (unixware 1.1.2 for example) have linkers
790 # that don't grok the -Bexport option. Test that it does.
791 hold_ldflags=$LDFLAGS
792 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for ld accepts -Bexport flag])
793 LDFLAGS="${LDFLAGS} -Wl,-Bexport"
794 AC_TRY_LINK(, [int i;], found=yes, found=no)
795 LDFLAGS=$hold_ldflags
796 AC_MSG_RESULT($found)
797 if test "$found" = yes; then
798 LD_FLAGS="-Wl,-Bexport"
799 else
800 LD_FLAGS=""
801 fi
802 LD_SEARCH_FLAGS=""
803 ;;
804 esac
805
806 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
807 # Look for Tcl/Tk
808 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
809
810 # moved to config, acsite setup
811 # find tcl
812 TCLINCLUDE=
813 TCLLIB=
814 TCLPACKAGE=
815 ASC_TCL
816 # find tk
817 TKINCLUDE=
818 TKLIB=
819 TKPACKAGE=
820 ASC_TK
821 TK_LD_HACK="\$(TK_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS)"
822 if test "x$TK_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS" = "x''"; then
823 TK_LD_HACK=""
824 fi
825 if test "x$TK_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS" = "x"; then
826 TK_LD_HACK=""
827 fi
828
829
830 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
831 # FORTRAN
832 #
833 # ASCEND uses the LSOD integrator and is capable of working
834 # with CONOPT and with MINOS. These libraries are written in
835 # Fortran; to use them, configure needs to find a Fortran
836 # compiler and the necessary Fortran libraries (e.g.,
837 # libF77.a). LSOD, CONOPT, and MINOS also require the BLAS and
838 # LINPACK libraries to avoid undefined symbols at link time.
839 #
840 # The builder can specify the location of
841 # * the Fortran compiler and libraries using
842 # --with-fortran=<compiler>,<libraries>
843 # * the BLAS library using
844 # --with-blas=<blas-library>
845 # * the LINPACK library using
846 # --with-linpack=<linpack-library>
847 # * the LSOD library using
848 # --with-blas=<lsod-library>
849 # * the CONOPT library using
850 # --with-conopt=<conopt-library>
851 # * the MINOS library using
852 # --with-minos=<minos-library> <===currently disabled
853 # The builder can disable some parts of the fortran build using
854 # the --without-<package> configure option.
855 #
856 # If the user does not specify the locations of the compiler
857 # and the libraries and does not disable them, configure
858 # attempts to find them.
859 #
860 # Building with LSOD, CONOPT, and/or MINOS is further
861 # complicated by the dependencies between these libraries and
862 # the BLAS and LINPACK libraries.
863 #
864 # If we cannot find a Fortran compiler, we disable all Fortran
865 # code (LSOD, CONOPT, and MINOS). Otherwise, look for the
866 # Fortran libraries (e.g., libF77.a) based on the type of
867 # machine we are compiling on.
868 #
869 # If Fortran is enabled, we need to find a compiled BLAS
870 # library or source code. Check for the machine's libblas.a
871 # and ASCEND's libascblas.a; if those fail, check for the
872 # libascblas.a source code; if that fails, we disable all
873 # Fortran (LSOD, CONOPT, MINOS).
874 #
875 # If Fortran is enabled, we need to find a compiled LINPACK
876 # library or source code. Check for the machine's liblpak.a
877 # and ASCEND's libasclpak.a; if those fail, check for the
878 # libasclpak.a source code; if that fails, we disable all
879 # Fortran (LSOD, CONOPT, MINOS).
880 #
881 # If Fortran is enabled, we try to find a compiled LSOD library
882 # or source code. Check for a libinteg.a; if that fails, check
883 # for the libinteg.a source code; if that fails, we disable
884 # LSOD. If we find LSOD, define STATIC_LSOD.
885 #
886 # If Fortran is enabled, we try to find a compiled OPTSQP
887 # library or source code. Check for a librsqp.a; if that fails,
888 # check for the librsqp.a source code; if that fails, we disable
889 # OPTSQP. If we find RSQP, define STATIC_OPTSQP.
890 #
891 # If Fortran is enabled, we try to find a compiled CONOPT
892 # library. Check for a libconsub.a; if that fails, we disable
893 # CONOPT. If we find CONOPT, define STATIC_CONOPT; if not,
894 # tell the user where to find CONOPT using the contact
895 # information from the nonlinear programming FAQ:
896 # http://www.mcs.anl.gov/home/otc/Guide/faq/nonlinear-programming-faq.html
897 #
898 # If Fortran is enabled, we try to find a compiled MINOS
899 # library or source code. Check for a libminos54.a; if that
900 # fails, check for the libminos54.a source code; if that fails,
901 # we disable MINOS. If we find MINOS, define STATIC_MINOS; if
902 # not, tell the user where to find MINOS using the contact
903 # information from the nonlinear programming FAQ:
904 # http://www.mcs.anl.gov/home/otc/Guide/faq/nonlinear-programming-faq.html
905 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
906 #
907 # the list of directories to search for the fortran compiler
908 asc_f77_prog_dirs="$PATH:/usr/lang:/opt/SUNWspro/bin"
909 #
910 # the list of directories to search for the required fortran libraries
911 asc_f77_support_dirs="
912 /lib
913 /usr/lib
914 /usr/local/lib
915 /usr/contributed/lib
916 /usr/local/lib/ascend/lib
917 $ascpwd/blas
918 $ascpwd/linpack
919 $ascpwd/lsod
920
921 ##AWW There are folders two levels up from configure for these packages
922 $fullpathsrcdir/../../blas
923 $fullpathsrcdir/../../linpack
924 $fullpathsrcdir/../../lsod
925
926 #AWW20041113: $ascpwd/conopt
927 #AWW20041113: $ascpwd/rsqp
928 #AWW20041113: $ascpwd/minos
929 #AWW20041113: $ascpwd/ascend4/archive
930 $ascpwd/archive
931 /afs/cs/project/ascend/depot/@sys/lib
932 /afs/cs/project/ascend/depot/build/obj/conopt
933 "
934 #
935 AC_ARG_WITH(fortran,
936 [Fortran compiler and libraries:
937 --with-fortran=F77,F77LIBS
938 The location of your Fortran compiler and its
939 library files. For example, under SunOS:
940 --with-fortran='f77,-L/usr/lang/lib -lF77 -lM77'
941 To specify only the compiler or libraries, leave off
942 whatever is not needed:
943 --with-fortran=',-L/usr/lang/lib -lF77 -lM77'
944 Use '--without-fortran' to not link against
945 any Fortran libraries],
946 , [with_fortran=yes])
947 case "$with_fortran" in
948 no)
949 # The user disabled all fortran using
950 # the --without-fortran option.
951 F77=
952 F77LIBS=
953 with_f77=no
954 with_f77libs=no
955 ;;
956 yes|,|"")
957 # The user didn't pass in the --with-fortran option
958 # or didn't give us any useful information. We do
959 # the search ourselves.
960 with_f77=_searching
961 with_f77libs=_searching
962 ;;
963 ,*)
964 # The user passed in the libraries, search for the
965 # compiler ourselves.
966 with_f77=_searching
967 F77LIBS=`echo $with_fortran | sed 's/^,//'`
968 echo "user gave F77LIBS=$F77LIBS"
969 ;;
970 *,?*)
971 # The user passed in both the compiler and the
972 # libraries.
973 F77=`echo $with_fortran | sed s'/,.*$//'`
974 F77LIBS=`echo $with_fortran | sed 's/^.*,//'`
975 echo "user gave F77=$F77"
976 echo "user gave F77LIBS=$F77LIBS"
977 ;;
978 *)
979 # The user passed in the compiler; search for the
980 # libraries ourselves.
981 F77=`echo $with_fortran | sed s'/,$//'`
982 with_f77libs=_searching
983 echo "user gave F77=$F77"
984 ;;
985 esac
986
987 if test "X$with_f77" = X_searching ; then
988 # Search for the fortran compiler; print a warning if we can't
989 # find it and disable all fortran.
990 AC_PATH_PROGS(F77, f77 xlf g77, , $asc_f77_prog_dirs)
991 if test -z "$F77" ; then
992 with_fortran=no
993 with_f77libs=no
994 AC_MSG_WARN([Cannot find your Fortran compiler. Building ASCEND
995 without integration, MINOS, and CONOPT support. To bulid ASCEND with
996 Fortran support, run configure with the option
997 --with-fortran=F77,F77LIBS
998 where F77 is the full path to your Fortran compiler and F77LIBS are
999 its related libraries])
1000 fi
1001 fi
1002
1003 if test "X$with_f77libs" = X_searching ; then
1004 # We found a compiler, now search for the fortran libraries
1005 # based on the system type.
1006 AC_MSG_RESULT([checking for fortran libraries based on system type])
1007 case "$host" in
1008 hppa1.1-hp-hpux*)
1009 AC_CHECK_LIB(cl, FTN_QATAN, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lcl"], , $F77LIBS)
1010 ;;
1011 *-ibm-aix*)
1012 # need to add -lc before -lxlf on AIX to
1013 # avoid getting the wrong getenv
1014 F77LIBS="-lc $F77LIBS"
1015 AC_CHECK_LIB(xlf, _xldabs, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lxlf"], , $F77LIBS)
1016 AC_CHECK_LIB(xlfutil, srand_, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lxlfutil"], ,
1017 $F77LIBS)
1018 AC_CHECK_LIB(xlf90, printf,
1019 [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lxlf90"], , $F77LIBS)
1020 ;;
1021 *-linux-*)
1022 AC_CHECK_LIB(f2c, pow_dd, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lf2c"], , $F77LIBS)
1023 AC_CHECK_LIB(g2c, pow_dd, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lg2c"], , $F77LIBS)
1024 ;;
1025 sparc-sun-solaris*)
1026 if test -n "$GCC" ; then
1027 F77LIBS="-L/opt/SUNWspro/lib -R/opt/SUNWspro/lib"
1028 fi
1029 AC_CHECK_LIB(sunmath, d_sqrt_, [MATH_LIBS="-lsunmath $MATH_LIBS"])
1030 AC_CHECK_LIB(F77, f77_init,
1031 [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lF77"], , $F77LIBS $MATH_LIBS)
1032 AC_CHECK_LIB(M77, inmax_,
1033 [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lM77"], , $F77LIBS $MATH_LIBS)
1034 ;;
1035 sparc-sun-sunos4*)
1036 if test -n "$GCC" ; then
1037 F77LIBS="-L/usr/lang/lib"
1038 fi
1039 AC_CHECK_LIB(F77, f77_init, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lF77"], , $F77LIBS)
1040 AC_CHECK_LIB(M77, inmax_, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lM77"], , $F77LIBS)
1041 ;;
1042 mips-sgi-irix*)
1043 AC_CHECK_LIB(F77, s_copy, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lF77"], , $F77LIBS)
1044 AC_CHECK_LIB(I77, f_exit, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lI77"], , $F77LIBS)
1045 AC_CHECK_LIB(isam, mkidxname,
1046 [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lisam"], , $F77LIBS)
1047 ;;
1048 *)
1049 AC_CHECK_LIB(F77, printf, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lF77"], , $F77LIBS)
1050 AC_CHECK_LIB(M77, printf, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lM77"], , $F77LIBS)
1051 AC_CHECK_LIB(f2c, pow_dd, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lf2c"], , $F77LIBS)
1052 AC_CHECK_LIB(f77, printf, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lf77"], , $F77LIBS)
1053 AC_CHECK_LIB(for, printf, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lfor"], , $F77LIBS)
1054 AC_CHECK_LIB(ots, printf, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lots"], , $F77LIBS)
1055 AC_CHECK_LIB(Ufor, printf, [F77LIBS="$F77LIBS -lUfor"], , $F77LIBS)
1056 ;;
1057 esac
1058 fi
1059
1060 # asc_subdirs are the extra fortran subdirectories we have to visit
1061 # to build the fortran libraries. Initialize it to empty here.
1062 asc_subdirs=''
1063
1064 # Initialize the blas variables
1065 make_blaslib=''
1066
1067 AC_ARG_WITH(blas,
1068 [ --with-blas=BLASLIB The full path to the blas library.
1069 Use '--with-blas=build' to build the blas library
1070 from the sources that come with the distribution.],
1071 , [with_blas=yes] )
1072 case "$with_fortran$with_blas" in
1073 no*)
1074 # Fortran is disabled; ignore this option (if present)
1075 BLASLIB=
1076 ;;
1077 *no)
1078 # It is an error if the user chooses to build without
1079 # the BLAS library if Fortran is enabled.
1080 AC_MSG_ERROR([Bad option '--without-blas'
1081 To support Fortran calls, ASCEND must be compiled with a blas library])
1082 ;;
1083 *build)
1084 # Fortran is enabled and the user specified --with-blas=build
1085 # For a search for BLAS source code and tell the Makefile
1086 # to build it; useful for testing configure.
1087 #AWW20041206: blas_src_file="$srcdir/blas/dcopy.f"
1088 blas_src_file="$srcdir/../../blas/dcopy.f"
1089 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for blas source file $blas_src_file ])
1090 if test -f $blas_src_file ; then
1091 AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
1092 #AWW20041119: BLASLIB="$ascpwd/ascend4/archive/libascblas.a"
1093 BLASLIB="$ascpwd/archive/libascblas.a"
1094 make_blaslib='make-blaslib'
1095 #AWW20041206: blaslib_makefile="blas/Makefile"
1096 blaslib_makefile="blas/Makefile:../../blas/Makefile.in"
1097 #AWW20041206: asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs ../blas"
1098 asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs blas"
1099 else
1100 AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
1101 AC_MSG_ERROR([User specified '--with-blas=build' but
1102 configure cannot find the blas source file $blas_src_file])
1103 fi
1104 ;;
1105 *yes)
1106 # Fortran in enabled and the user didn't give the --with-blas
1107 # option or didn't give the library's location.
1108 # Search for a compiled libblas.a or libascblas.a; if that
1109 # fails, look for BLAS source code; if that also fails,
1110 # disable all Fortran and print a warning.
1111 AC_PATH_PROGS(BLASLIB, libblas.a libascblas.a, , $asc_f77_support_dirs)
1112 blas_src_file="$srcdir/../../blas/dcopy.f"
1113 if test -z "$BLASLIB" -a -n "$blas_src_file" ; then
1114 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for blas source file $blas_src_file ])
1115 if test -f $blas_src_file ; then
1116 AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
1117 #AWW20041119: BLASLIB="$ascpwd/ascend4/archive/libascblas.a"
1118 BLASLIB="$ascpwd/archive/libascblas.a"
1119 make_blaslib='make-blaslib'
1120 #AWW20041206: blaslib_makefile="blas/Makefile"
1121 blaslib_makefile="blas/Makefile:../../blas/Makefile.in"
1122 #AWW20041206: asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs ../blas"
1123 asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs blas"
1124 else
1125 AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
1126 fi
1127 fi
1128 if test -z "$BLASLIB" ; then
1129 with_fortran=no
1130 AC_MSG_WARN([Cannot find libblas.a, libascblas.a, nor blas
1131 source code. Building ASCEND without integration, MINOS, and CONOPT
1132 support. To specify a specific location for the blas library, run
1133 configure again with the argument:
1134 --with-blas=BLASLIB
1135 where BLASLIB is the full path to the blas library file.])
1136 fi
1137 ;;
1138 *)
1139 # The user gave us --with-blas=BLASLIB, use that as the
1140 # location of the BLAS library.
1141 BLASLIB="$with_blas"
1142 ;;
1143 esac
1144
1145
1146 # Initialize the linpack variables
1147 make_lpaklib=''
1148
1149 AC_ARG_WITH(linpack,
1150 [ --with-linpack=LPAKLIB The full path to the linpack library.
1151 Use '--with-linpack=build' to build the library
1152 from the sources that come with the distribution.],
1153 , [with_linpack=yes] )
1154 case "$with_fortran$with_linpack" in
1155 no*)
1156 # Fortran is disabled; ignore this option (if present)
1157 LPAKLIB=
1158 ;;
1159 *no)
1160 # It is an error if the user chooses to build without
1161 # the LINPACK library if Fortran is enabled.
1162 AC_MSG_ERROR([Bad option '--without-linpack'
1163 To support Fortran calls, ASCEND must be compiled with a
1164 linpack library.])
1165 ;;
1166 *build)
1167 # Fortran is enabled and the user specified --with-linpack=build
1168 # For a search for LINPACK source code and tell the Makefile
1169 # to build it; useful for testing configure.
1170 lpak_src_file="$srcdir/../../linpack/d1mach.f"
1171 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for linpack source file $lpak_src_file ])
1172 if test -f $lpak_src_file ; then
1173 AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
1174 #AWW20041119: LPAKLIB="$ascpwd/ascend4/archive/libasclpak.a"
1175 LPAKLIB="$ascpwd/archive/libasclpak.a"
1176 make_lpaklib='make-lpaklib'
1177 #AWW20041206: lpaklib_makefile="linpack/Makefile"
1178 lpaklib_makefile="linpack/Makefile:../../linpack/Makefile.in"
1179 #AWW20041206: asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs ../linpack"
1180 asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs linpack"
1181 else
1182 AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
1183 AC_MSG_ERROR([User specified '--with-linpack=build' but
1184 configure cannot find the linpack source file $lpak_src_file])
1185 fi
1186 ;;
1187 *yes)
1188 # Fortran in enabled and the user didn't give the --with-linpack
1189 # option or didn't give the library's location.
1190 # Search for a compiled liblpak.a or libasclpak.a; if that
1191 # fails, look for LINPACK source code; if that also fails,
1192 # disable all Fortran and print a warning.
1193 AC_PATH_PROGS(LPAKLIB, liblpak.a libasclpak.a, , $asc_f77_support_dirs)
1194 lpak_src_file="$srcdir/../../linpack/d1mach.f"
1195 if test -z "$LPAKLIB" -a -n "$lpak_src_file" ; then
1196 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for linpack source file $lpak_src_file ])
1197 if test -f $lpak_src_file ; then
1198 AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
1199 #AWW20041119: LPAKLIB="$ascpwd/ascend4/archive/libasclpak.a"
1200 LPAKLIB="$ascpwd/archive/libasclpak.a"
1201 make_lpaklib='make-lpaklib'
1202 #AWW20041206: lpaklib_makefile="linpack/Makefile"
1203 lpaklib_makefile="linpack/Makefile:../../linpack/Makefile.in"
1204 #AWW20041206: asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs ../linpack"
1205 asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs linpack"
1206 else
1207 AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
1208 fi
1209 fi
1210 if test -z "$LPAKLIB" ; then
1211 with_fortran=no
1212 AC_MSG_WARN([Cannot find liblpak.a, libasclpak.a, nor linpack
1213 source code. Building ASCEND without integration, MINOS, and CONOPT
1214 support. To specify a specific location for the linpack library, run
1215 configure again with the argument:
1216 --with-linpack=LPAKLIB
1217 where LPAKLIB is the full path to the linpack library file.])
1218 fi
1219 ;;
1220 *)
1221 # The user gave us --with-linkpack=LINKPACKLIB, use that
1222 # as the location of the LINKPACK library.
1223 LPAKLIB="$with_linpack"
1224 ;;
1225 esac
1226
1227
1228 # Initialize the lsod variables
1229 make_lsodlib=''
1230 HAVE_LSOD=''
1231
1232 AC_ARG_WITH(lsod,
1233 [ --with-lsod=LSODLIB The full path to the lsod library.
1234 Use '--with-lsod=build' to build the lsod library
1235 from the sources that come with the distribution.],
1236 , [with_lsod=yes] )
1237 case "$with_fortran$with_lsod" in
1238 no*)
1239 # Fortran is disabled; ignore this option (if present)
1240 LSODLIB=
1241 with_lsod=no
1242 ;;
1243 *no)
1244 # Fortran is enabled but the user specified --without-lsod
1245 LSODLIB=
1246 ;;
1247 *build)
1248 # Fortran is enabled and the user specified --with-lsod=build
1249 # For a search for LSOD source code and tell the Makefile
1250 # to build it; useful for testing configure.
1251 lsod_src_file="$srcdir/../../lsod/lsode.f"
1252 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for lsod source file $lsod_src_file ])
1253 if test -f $lsod_src_file ; then
1254 AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
1255 #AWW20041119: LSODLIB="$ascpwd/ascend4/archive/libinteg.a"
1256 LSODLIB="$ascpwd/archive/libinteg.a"
1257 make_lsodlib='make-lsodlib'
1258 #AWW20041206: lsodlib_makefile="lsod/Makefile"
1259 lsodlib_makefile="lsod/Makefile:../../lsod/Makefile.in"
1260 #AWW20041206: asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs ../lsod"
1261 asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs lsod"
1262 HAVE_LSOD='-DSTATIC_LSOD'
1263 else
1264 AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
1265 AC_MSG_ERROR([User specified '--with-lsod=build' but
1266 configure cannot find the lsod source file $lsod_src_file])
1267 fi
1268 ;;
1269 *yes)
1270 # Fortran in enabled and the user didn't give the --with-lsod
1271 # option or didn't give the library's location.
1272 # Search for a compiled libinteg.a; if that fails, look
1273 # for LSOD source code; if that also fails, disable LSOD
1274 # and print a warning.
1275 AC_PATH_PROGS(LSODLIB, libinteg.a libasclsod.a, , $asc_f77_support_dirs)
1276 lsod_src_file="$srcdir/../../lsod/lsode.f"
1277 if test -z "$LSODLIB" -a -n "$lsod_src_file" ; then
1278 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for lsod source file $lsod_src_file ])
1279 if test -f $lsod_src_file ; then
1280 AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
1281 #AWW20041119: LSODLIB="$ascpwd/ascend4/archive/libinteg.a"
1282 LSODLIB="$ascpwd/archive/libinteg.a"
1283 make_lsodlib='make-lsodlib'
1284 #AWW20041206: lsodlib_makefile="lsod/Makefile"
1285 lsodlib_makefile="lsod/Makefile:../../lsod/Makefile.in"
1286 #AWW20041206: asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs ../lsod"
1287 asc_subdirs="$asc_subdirs lsod"
1288 else
1289 AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
1290 fi
1291 fi
1292 if test -z "$LSODLIB" ; then
1293 with_lsod=no
1294 AC_MSG_WARN([Cannot find libinteg.a nor the lsod
1295 source code. Building ASCEND without integration
1296 support. To specify a specific location for the lsod library, run
1297 configure again with the argument:
1298 --with-lsod=LSODLIB
1299 where LSODLIB is the full path to the lsod integration library file.])
1300 else
1301 HAVE_LSOD='-DSTATIC_LSOD'
1302 fi
1303 ;;
1304 *)
1305 # The user gave us --with-lsod=LSODLIB, use that as the
1306 # location of the LSOD library and define -DSTATIC_LSOD.
1307 LSODLIB="$with_lsod"
1308 HAVE_LSOD='-DSTATIC_LSOD'
1309 ;;
1310 esac
1311
1312
1313 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
1314 # Other trees which may or may not be present. If present,
1315 # generate the Makefiles in the tree unless the user passes in
1316 # a --without-<package> argument.
1317 #
1318 # Valid <package> values are: TK, models, help
1319 #
1320 # We could have `configure' do this for us via
1321 # AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS, but `configure' scripts in the trees can
1322 # only be one directory removed from this configure script.
1323 # For example, it would be nice to have `models' under
1324 # `ascend4', but `configure' doesn't like `ascend4/models' as
1325 # an argument to AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS.
1326 #
1327 # To get around this problem, we do things by hand. :-)
1328 #
1329 # If the user gives a --without-<package> argument, we have
1330 # nothing to do for that package.
1331 #
1332 # Otherwise,
1333 # * Set `subdir_file_exists' to a file that should exist in the
1334 # subtree---this is how we know that the subtree is really
1335 # there.
1336 # * Set `subdir_locations' to the list of locations, relative
1337 # to this configure script, where the subtree may live.
1338 # * Set `subdir_output' to the list of makefiles to generate;
1339 # the variable `subdir_root' in this list will be replaced
1340 # with the correct value from `subdir_locations'.
1341 #
1342 # To see which (if any) of the values in `subdir_locations' is
1343 # the correct one, we set `subdir_root' to each value in
1344 # `subdir_locations' and check for the existence of
1345 # $fullpathsrcdir/$subdir_root/$subdir_file_exists, where
1346 # $fullpathsrcdir is the full path to the source directory. If
1347 # that file exists, we
1348 # * Set <package>_dir_root to ../$subdir_root. The "../" is
1349 #AWW20041208:# needed since this value is used in the `ascend4' directory
1350 # needed since this value is used in the `generic' directory
1351 #AWW20041208:# and $subdir_root is relative to the parent of `ascend4'.
1352 # and $subdir_root is relative to the parent of `generic'.
1353 # * Substitute the value of $subdir_root into `subdir_output'
1354 # and set the result to <package>_makefiles: the list of
1355 # Makefiles for configure to generate.
1356 # * Each package needs to be able to find its way back to
1357 # ascend4/ConfigAscend; it needs to go back up the tree
1358 # however many levels deep it is---i.e., `foo/bar/baz' should
1359 # become `../../..' and this does it: sed 's,[^/][^/]*,..,g'
1360 # but we need to quote the [] from m4, so we get this bizarre
1361 # thing: sed 's,[[^/][^/]]*,..,g' Set <package>_topbuilddir
1362 # to this result.
1363 # * Exit the loop.
1364 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
1365
1366 # Initialize variables
1367 tkdir_root=''
1368 tkdir_topbuilddir=''
1369
1370 AC_ARG_WITH(tkdir,
1371 [Generation of Makefiles:
1372 --without-tkdir do not generate Makefiles in the TK subdir],
1373 , [with_tkdir=yes])
1374 if test ! "X$with_tkdir" = "Xno" ; then
1375 subdir_file_exists='AscendRC'
1376 #AWW20041117: FIXME next line
1377 #AWW20041206: subdir_locations='ascend4/TK'
1378 subdir_target="TK"
1379 subdir_locations='../../tcltk/TK'
1380 subdir_output='
1381 $subdir_target/Makefile:$subdir_root/Makefile.in
1382 $subdir_target/Makefile.Rules:$subdir_root/Makefile.Rules.in
1383 $subdir_target/bitmaps/Makefile:$subdir_root/bitmaps/Makefile.in
1384 $subdir_target/templates/Makefile:$subdir_root/templates/Makefile.in
1385 '
1386 for subdir_root in $subdir_locations ; do
1387 if test -f $fullpathsrcdir/$subdir_root/$subdir_file_exists ; then
1388 #AWW20041208: tkdir_root="../$subdir_root"
1389 tkdir_root=$subdir_target
1390 tkdir_makefiles=`eval echo $subdir_output`
1391 tkdir_topbuilddir="$fullpathsrcdir/../../tcltk/TK"
1392 break
1393 fi
1394 done
1395 fi
1396
1397 # Initialize variables
1398 models_dir_root=''
1399 models_topbuilddir=''
1400
1401 AC_ARG_WITH(models,
1402 [ --without-models do not generate Makefiles in the models subdir],
1403 , [with_models=yes])
1404 if test ! "X$with_models" = "Xno" ; then
1405 subdir_file_exists='system.a4l'
1406 #AWW20041117: FIXME next line
1407 #AWW20041206: subdir_locations='models ascend4/models'
1408 subdir_target="models"
1409 subdir_locations='models ../../models'
1410 subdir_output='
1411 $subdir_target/Makefile:$subdir_root/Makefile.in
1412 $subdir_target/Makefile.Rules:$subdir_root/Makefile.Rules.in
1413 $subdir_target/ben/Makefile:$subdir_root/ben/Makefile.in
1414 $subdir_target/johnpye/Makefile:$subdir_root/johnpye/Makefile.in
1415 '
1416 ## $subdir_root/examples/Makefile
1417 ## $subdir_root/examples/abbott/Makefile
1418 ## $subdir_root/examples/flexible_design/Makefile
1419 ## $subdir_root/libraries/Makefile
1420 ## $subdir_root/libraries/abbott/Makefile
1421 ## $subdir_root/pending/Makefile
1422 ## $subdir_root/pending/examples/Makefile
1423 ## $subdir_root/pending/libraries/Makefile
1424 for subdir_root in $subdir_locations ; do
1425 if test -f $fullpathsrcdir/$subdir_root/$subdir_file_exists ; then
1426 #AWW20041208: models_dir_root="../$subdir_root"
1427 models_dir_root="$subdir_target"
1428 models_makefiles=`eval echo $subdir_output`
1429 models_topbuilddir="$fullpathsrcdir/../../models"
1430 break
1431 fi
1432 done
1433 fi
1434
1435 AC_ARG_WITH(quiet,
1436 [ --with-quiet Much less whining if reinstalling the tk,models subdirs],
1437 , [with_quiet=no])
1438 if test ! "X$with_quiet" = "Xno" ; then
1439 QUIET_INSTALL=1
1440 else
1441 QUIET_INSTALL=0
1442 fi
1443 AC_SUBST(QUIET_INSTALL)
1444
1445 # Initialize variables
1446 help_dir_root=''
1447 help_topbuilddir=''
1448
1449 dnl >>>>AC_ARG_WITH(help,
1450 dnl >>>> [ --without-help do not generate Makefiles in the help subdir],
1451 dnl >>>> , [with_help=yes])
1452 dnl >>>>if test ! "X$with_help" = "Xno" ; then
1453 dnl >>>> subdir_file_exists='ascend-helpTOC.htm'
1454 dnl >>>> subdir_locations='help ascend4/help'
1455 dnl >>>> subdir_output='
1456 dnl >>>> $subdir_root/Makefile
1457 dnl >>>> $subdir_root/Makefile.Rules:$subdir_root/Makefile.Rules.in
1458 dnl >>>> $subdir_root/Screenshots/Makefile
1459 dnl >>>> '
1460 dnl >>>> for subdir_root in $subdir_locations ; do
1461 dnl >>>> if test -f $fullpathsrcdir/$subdir_root/$subdir_file_exists ; then
1462 dnl >>>> help_dir_root="../$subdir_root"
1463 dnl >>>> help_makefiles=`eval echo $subdir_output`
1464 dnl >>>> help_topbuilddir=`echo "$subdir_root" | sed 's,[[^/][^/]]*,..,g'`
1465 dnl >>>> break
1466 dnl >>>> fi
1467 dnl >>>> done
1468 dnl >>>>fi
1469
1470 #-----------------------------------------------
1471 # DYNAMIC_LINKING or STATIC_LINKING ?
1472
1473 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for package linking])
1474
1475 AC_ARG_ENABLE(dynamic-linking, AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-dynamic-packages],
1476 [Enable dynamic linking of ASCEND external packages (default is YES for Linux, Cygwin and MinGW; NO for any other platform)])
1477 ,
1478 if test $enableval; then
1479 dynlinking=1
1480 else
1481 dynlinking=0
1482 fi
1483 ,
1484 dynlinking="_def"
1485 )
1486
1487 if test "X$dynlinking" = "X_def"; then
1488 case $host in
1489 *-*-cygwin* | *-*-mingw* | *linux* ) dynlinking=1;;
1490 *) dynlinking=0;;
1491 esac
1492 fi
1493
1494 if test "X$dynlinking" = "X1"; then
1495 AC_MSG_RESULT([DYNAMIC])
1496 AC_DEFINE(DYNAMIC_PACKAGES)
1497 else
1498 AC_MSG_RESULT([STATIC])
1499 AC_DEFINE(STATIC_PACKAGES)
1500 fi
1501
1502 #-----------------------------------------------
1503 # DEBUG_RELS or not?
1504
1505 AC_MSG_CHECKING([for relation debugging])
1506
1507 AC_ARG_ENABLE(relation-debugging, AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-relation-debugging],
1508 [Enable debug output for relation compilation (default is NO)])
1509 ,
1510 if test $enableval; then
1511 debugrels=1
1512 else
1513 debugrels=0
1514 fi
1515 ,
1516 debugrels=0
1517 )
1518
1519 if test "X$debugrels" = "X1"; then
1520 AC_MSG_RESULT([YES])
1521 AC_DEFINE(DEBUG_RELS)
1522 else
1523 AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
1524 fi
1525
1526 #-----------------------------------------------
1527 # TIME the compiler?
1528
1529 AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to time the compiler])
1530
1531 AC_ARG_ENABLE(compiler-timing, AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-compiler-timing],
1532 [Enable timing of the compiler (default is NO)])
1533 ,
1534 if test $enableval; then
1535 timecompiler=1
1536 else
1537 timecompiler=0
1538 fi
1539 ,
1540 timecompiler=0
1541 )
1542
1543 if test "X$timecompiler" = "X1"; then
1544 AC_MSG_RESULT([YES])
1545 AC_DEFINE(TIMECOMPILER)
1546 else
1547 AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
1548 fi
1549
1550 ASC_DISTDIR_REL_BIN=".."
1551 # Next we determine whether models and TK get installed in
1552 # prefix or datadir. If datadir not explicitly given, we
1553 # use prefix.
1554 if test "x$datadir" = 'x${prefix}/share'; then
1555 INSTALL_ASCDATA="$prefix"
1556 else
1557 INSTALL_ASCDATA="$datadir"
1558 fi
1559 DEFAULT_ASCENDLIBRARY="$INSTALL_ASCDATA/models"
1560 ASCEND_DEFAULTLIBRARY="$INSTALL_ASCDATA/models"
1561 ASC_ENV_TK_DEFAULT="\$ASCENDDIST/TK"
1562
1563
1564 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
1565 # The variables we substitute into the Makefile.in files
1566 # and the command to actually generate the Makefiles
1567 #--------------------------------------------------------------------
1568 AC_SUBST(DEFAULT_ASCENDLIBRARY)
1569 AC_SUBST(ASCEND_DEFAULTLIBRARY)
1570 AC_SUBST(ascpwd)
1571 AC_SUBST(fullpathsrcdir)
1572 AC_SUBST(asc_include)
1573 AC_SUBST(CC)
1574 AC_SUBST(DEFS)
1575 AC_SUBST(CFLAGS)
1576 AC_SUBST(LEX)
1577 AC_SUBST(LEXLIB)
1578 AC_SUBST(scanner_src)
1579 AC_SUBST(typer_src)
1580 AC_SUBST(MATH_LIBS)
1581 AC_SUBST(DEBUG_LIBS)
1582 AC_SUBST(X11_INCLUDES)
1583 AC_SUBST(X11_LIBRARIES)
1584 AC_SUBST(X11_RUN_PATH)
1585 AC_SUBST(X11_EXTRA_LIBS)
1586 AC_SUBST(DL_LIBS)
1587 AC_SUBST(LD_FLAGS)
1588 AC_SUBST(LD_SEARCH_FLAGS)
1589 AC_SUBST(SHLIB_CFLAGS)
1590 AC_SUBST(SHLIB_LD)
1591 AC_SUBST(SHLIB_LD_LIBS)
1592 AC_SUBST(SHLIB_SUFFIX)
1593 AC_SUBST(ASC_LIB_SUFFIX)
1594 AC_SUBST(TK_LIB)
1595 AC_SUBST(TKTABLE_LIB)
1596 AC_SUBST(ASC_TK_LIBRARY)
1597 AC_SUBST(ASC_TCL_LIBRARY)
1598 AC_SUBST(ASC_DISTDIR_REL_BIN)
1599 AC_SUBST(INSTALL_ASCDATA)
1600 AC_SUBST(ASC_ENV_TK_DEFAULT)
1601 AC_SUBST(TK_LD_HACK)
1602 AC_SUBST(HAVE_TKTABLE)
1603 AC_SUBST(asc_subdirs)
1604 AC_SUBST(F77)
1605 AC_SUBST(F77LIBS)
1606 AC_SUBST(BLASLIB)
1607 AC_SUBST(make_blaslib)
1608 AC_SUBST(LPAKLIB)
1609 AC_SUBST(make_lpaklib)
1610 AC_SUBST(LSODLIB)
1611 AC_SUBST(make_lsodlib)
1612 AC_SUBST(HAVE_LSOD)
1613 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(OPTSQPLIB)
1614 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(make_rsqplib)
1615 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(HAVE_OPTSQP)
1616 #AWW20041113: dnl AC_SUBST(HARWELLLIB)
1617 #AWW20041113: dnl AC_SUBST(make_harwelllib)
1618 #AWW20041113: dnl AC_SUBST(HAVE_HARWELL)
1619 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(MINOSLIB)
1620 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(make_minoslib)
1621 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(HAVE_MINOS)
1622 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(CONOPTLIB)
1623 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(make_conoptlib)
1624 #AWW20041113: AC_SUBST(HAVE_CONOPT)
1625 AC_SUBST(tkdir_root)
1626 AC_SUBST(tkdir_topbuilddir)
1627 AC_SUBST(models_dir_root)
1628 AC_SUBST(models_topbuilddir)
1629 AC_SUBST(help_dir_root)
1630 AC_SUBST(help_topbuilddir)
1631
1632 AC_OUTPUT(
1633 ConfigAscend:../../base/generic/ConfigAscend.in
1634 Makefile:../../base/generic/Makefile.in
1635 bin/ascend4.sh:../../base/generic/bin/ascend4.sh.in
1636 Makefile.Rules:../../base/generic/Makefile.Rules.in
1637 archive/Makefile:../../base/generic/archive/Makefile.in
1638 bin/Makefile:../../base/generic/bin/Makefile.in
1639 compiler/Makefile:../../base/generic/compiler/Makefile.in
1640 general/Makefile:../../base/generic/general/Makefile.in
1641 interface/Makefile:../../tcltk/generic/interface/Makefile.in
1642 lib/Makefile:../../base/generic/lib/Makefile.in
1643 packages/Makefile:../../base/generic/packages/Makefile.in
1644 solver/Makefile:../../base/generic/solver/Makefile.in
1645 utilities/Makefile:../../base/generic/utilities/Makefile.in
1646 utilities/config.h:../../base/generic/utilities/config.h.in
1647 ../../jam/Jamrules
1648 ../../tcltk/generic/Jamrules_tcltk
1649 $tkdir_makefiles
1650 $models_makefiles
1651 $help_makefiles
1652 $blaslib_makefile
1653 $lpaklib_makefile
1654 $lsodlib_makefile
1655 )

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