The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System, Second Edition
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    1 #       @(#)Makefile    8.2 (Berkeley) 3/21/94
    2 # $FreeBSD: releng/6.0/sys/kern/Makefile 148136 2005-07-18 19:54:49Z jhb $
    3 
    4 # Makefile for kernel tags files, init_sysent, etc.
    5 
    6 ARCH=   i386 # luna68k news3400 pmax sparc tahoe vax
    7 
    8 all:
    9         @echo "make tags, make links or make sysent only"
   10 
   11 sysent:  init_sysent.c syscalls.c ../sys/syscall.h ../sys/syscall.mk \
   12 ../sys/sysproto.h
   13 
   14 init_sysent.c syscalls.c ../sys/syscall.h \
   15 ../sys/syscall.mk ../sys/sysproto.h: makesyscalls.sh syscalls.master
   16         -mv -f init_sysent.c init_sysent.c.bak
   17         -mv -f syscalls.c syscalls.c.bak
   18         -mv -f ../sys/syscall.h ../sys/syscall.h.bak
   19         -mv -f ../sys/syscall.mk ../sys/syscall.mk.bak
   20         -mv -f ../sys/sysproto.h ../sys/sysproto.h.bak
   21         sh makesyscalls.sh syscalls.master
   22 
   23 # Kernel tags:
   24 # Tags files are built in the top-level directory for each architecture,
   25 # with a makefile listing the architecture-dependent files, etc.  The list
   26 # of common files is in ./Make.tags.inc.  Links to the correct tags file
   27 # are placed in each source directory.  We need to have links to tags files
   28 # from the generic directories that are relative to the machine type, even
   29 # via remote mounts; therefore we use symlinks to $SYSTAGS, which points at
   30 # ${SYSDIR}/${MACHINE_ARCH}/tags.
   31 
   32 SYSTAGS=/var/db/sys_tags
   33 SYSDIR=/sys
   34 
   35 # Directories in which to place tags links (other than machine-dependent)
   36 DGEN=   conf \
   37         dev dev/scsi \
   38         fs fs/deadfs fs/fdescfs fs/fifofs \
   39         fs/lofs fs/nullfs fs/portalfs fs/procfs \
   40         fs/specfs fs/umapfs fs/unionfs \
   41         hp hp/dev hp/hpux \
   42         kern libkern \
   43         net netinet nfs scripts sys \
   44         ufs ufs/ffs ufs/lfs ufs/ufs \
   45         vm
   46 
   47 tags::
   48         -for i in ${ARCH}; do \
   49             (cd ../$$i && make ${MFLAGS} tags); done
   50 
   51 links::
   52         rm -f ${SYSTAGS}
   53         ln -s ${SYSDIR}/${MACHINE_ARCH}/tags ${SYSTAGS}
   54         -for i in ${DGEN}; do \
   55             (cd ../$$i && { rm -f tags; ln -s ${SYSTAGS} tags; }) done
   56         -for i in ${ARCH}; do \
   57             (cd ../$$i && make ${MFLAGS} SYSTAGS=${SYSTAGS} links); done

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