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# -*-makefile-*-
# src/Makefile.global.in
# @configure_input@
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# All PostgreSQL makefiles include this file and use the variables it sets,
# which in turn are put here by the configure script. There is no need for
# users to edit this file -- if it turns out to be necessary then that's a
# bug.
#
# A makefile that includes this file needs to set the variable `subdir' to
# the relative path from the top to itself and `top_builddir' to the relative
# path from itself to the top before including this file. (The "top" is the
# parent directory of the directory this file is in.)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
##########################################################################
#
# Meta configuration
standard_targets = all install installdirs uninstall distprep clean distclean maintainer-clean coverage check checkprep installcheck init-po update-po
# these targets should recurse even into subdirectories not being built:
standard_always_targets = distprep clean distclean maintainer-clean
.PHONY: $(standard_targets) install-strip html man installcheck-parallel update-unicode
# make `all' the default target
all:
# Delete target files if the command fails after it has
# started to update the file.
.DELETE_ON_ERROR:
# Never delete any intermediate files automatically.
.SECONDARY:
# PostgreSQL version number
VERSION = @PACKAGE_VERSION@
MAJORVERSION = @PG_MAJORVERSION@
VERSION_NUM = @PG_VERSION_NUM@
PACKAGE_URL = @PACKAGE_URL@
# Set top_srcdir, srcdir, and VPATH.
ifdef PGXS
top_srcdir = $(top_builddir)
# If VPATH is set or Makefile is not in current directory we are building
# the extension with VPATH so we set the variable here.
ifdef VPATH
srcdir = $(VPATH)
else
ifeq ($(CURDIR),$(dir $(firstword $(MAKEFILE_LIST))))
srcdir = .
VPATH =
else
srcdir = $(dir $(firstword $(MAKEFILE_LIST)))
VPATH = $(srcdir)
endif
endif
else # not PGXS
vpath_build = @vpath_build@
abs_top_builddir = @abs_top_builddir@
abs_top_srcdir = @abs_top_srcdir@
ifneq ($(vpath_build),yes)
top_srcdir = $(top_builddir)
srcdir = .
else # vpath_build = yes
top_srcdir = $(abs_top_srcdir)
srcdir = $(top_srcdir)/$(subdir)
VPATH = $(srcdir)
endif
endif # not PGXS
vpathsearch = `for f in $(addsuffix /$(1),$(subst :, ,. $(VPATH))); do test -r $$f && echo $$f && break; done`
##########################################################################
#
# Installation directories
#
# These are set by the equivalent --xxxdir configure options. We
# append "postgresql" to some of them, if the string does not already
# contain "pgsql" or "postgres", in order to avoid directory clutter.
#
# In a PGXS build, we cannot use the values inserted into Makefile.global
# by configure, since the installation tree may have been relocated.
# Instead get the path values from pg_config.
ifndef PGXS
# Note that prefix, exec_prefix, and datarootdir aren't defined in a PGXS build;
# makefiles may only use the derived variables such as bindir.
prefix := @prefix@
exec_prefix := @exec_prefix@
datarootdir := @datarootdir@
bindir := @bindir@
datadir := @datadir@
ifeq "$(findstring pgsql, $(datadir))" ""
ifeq "$(findstring postgres, $(datadir))" ""
override datadir := $(datadir)/postgresql
endif
endif
sysconfdir := @sysconfdir@
ifeq "$(findstring pgsql, $(sysconfdir))" ""
ifeq "$(findstring postgres, $(sysconfdir))" ""
override sysconfdir := $(sysconfdir)/postgresql
endif
endif
libdir := @libdir@
pkglibdir = $(libdir)
ifeq "$(findstring pgsql, $(pkglibdir))" ""
ifeq "$(findstring postgres, $(pkglibdir))" ""
override pkglibdir := $(pkglibdir)/postgresql
endif
endif
includedir := @includedir@
pkgincludedir = $(includedir)
ifeq "$(findstring pgsql, $(pkgincludedir))" ""
ifeq "$(findstring postgres, $(pkgincludedir))" ""
override pkgincludedir := $(pkgincludedir)/postgresql
endif
endif
mandir := @mandir@
docdir := @docdir@
ifeq "$(findstring pgsql, $(docdir))" ""
ifeq "$(findstring postgres, $(docdir))" ""
override docdir := $(docdir)/postgresql
endif
endif
htmldir := @htmldir@
localedir := @localedir@
else # PGXS case
# Extension makefiles should set PG_CONFIG, but older ones might not
ifndef PG_CONFIG
PG_CONFIG = pg_config
endif
bindir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --bindir)
datadir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --sharedir)
sysconfdir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --sysconfdir)
libdir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --libdir)
pkglibdir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --pkglibdir)
includedir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --includedir)
pkgincludedir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --pkgincludedir)
mandir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --mandir)
docdir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --docdir)
localedir := $(shell $(PG_CONFIG) --localedir)
endif # PGXS
# These derived path variables aren't separately configurable.
includedir_server = $(pkgincludedir)/server
includedir_internal = $(pkgincludedir)/internal
pgxsdir = $(pkglibdir)/pgxs
bitcodedir = $(pkglibdir)/bitcode
##########################################################################
#
# Features
#
# Records the choice of the various --enable-xxx and --with-xxx options.
with_icu = @with_icu@
with_perl = @with_perl@
with_python = @with_python@
with_tcl = @with_tcl@
with_openssl = @with_openssl@
with_readline = @with_readline@
with_selinux = @with_selinux@
with_systemd = @with_systemd@
with_gssapi = @with_gssapi@
with_krb_srvnam = @with_krb_srvnam@
with_ldap = @with_ldap@
with_libxml = @with_libxml@
with_libxslt = @with_libxslt@
with_llvm = @with_llvm@
with_system_tzdata = @with_system_tzdata@
with_uuid = @with_uuid@
with_zlib = @with_zlib@
enable_rpath = @enable_rpath@
enable_nls = @enable_nls@
enable_debug = @enable_debug@
enable_dtrace = @enable_dtrace@
enable_coverage = @enable_coverage@
enable_tap_tests = @enable_tap_tests@
enable_thread_safety = @enable_thread_safety@
python_includespec = @python_includespec@
python_libdir = @python_libdir@
python_libspec = @python_libspec@
python_additional_libs = @python_additional_libs@
python_majorversion = @python_majorversion@
python_version = @python_version@
krb_srvtab = @krb_srvtab@
ICU_CFLAGS = @ICU_CFLAGS@
ICU_LIBS = @ICU_LIBS@
TCLSH = @TCLSH@
TCL_LIBS = @TCL_LIBS@
TCL_LIB_SPEC = @TCL_LIB_SPEC@
TCL_INCLUDE_SPEC = @TCL_INCLUDE_SPEC@
TCL_SHARED_BUILD = @TCL_SHARED_BUILD@
TCL_SHLIB_LD_LIBS = @TCL_SHLIB_LD_LIBS@
PTHREAD_CFLAGS = @PTHREAD_CFLAGS@
PTHREAD_LIBS = @PTHREAD_LIBS@
LLVM_CONFIG = @LLVM_CONFIG@
LLVM_BINPATH = @LLVM_BINPATH@
CLANG = @CLANG@
BITCODE_CFLAGS = @BITCODE_CFLAGS@
BITCODE_CXXFLAGS = @BITCODE_CXXFLAGS@
##########################################################################
#
# Programs and flags
# Compilers
CPP = @CPP@
CPPFLAGS = @CPPFLAGS@
PG_SYSROOT = @PG_SYSROOT@
override CPPFLAGS := $(ICU_CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS)
ifdef PGXS
override CPPFLAGS := -I$(includedir_server) -I$(includedir_internal) $(CPPFLAGS)
else # not PGXS
override CPPFLAGS := -I$(top_srcdir)/src/include $(CPPFLAGS)
ifdef VPATH
override CPPFLAGS := -I$(top_builddir)/src/include $(CPPFLAGS)
endif
endif # not PGXS
CC = @CC@
GCC = @GCC@
SUN_STUDIO_CC = @SUN_STUDIO_CC@
CXX = @CXX@
CFLAGS = @CFLAGS@
CFLAGS_SL = @CFLAGS_SL@
CFLAGS_UNROLL_LOOPS = @CFLAGS_UNROLL_LOOPS@
CFLAGS_VECTORIZE = @CFLAGS_VECTORIZE@
CFLAGS_SSE42 = @CFLAGS_SSE42@
CFLAGS_ARMV8_CRC32C = @CFLAGS_ARMV8_CRC32C@
PERMIT_DECLARATION_AFTER_STATEMENT = @PERMIT_DECLARATION_AFTER_STATEMENT@
CXXFLAGS = @CXXFLAGS@
LLVM_CPPFLAGS = @LLVM_CPPFLAGS@
LLVM_CFLAGS = @LLVM_CFLAGS@
LLVM_CXXFLAGS = @LLVM_CXXFLAGS@
# Kind-of compilers
BISON = @BISON@
BISONFLAGS = @BISONFLAGS@ $(YFLAGS)
FLEX = @FLEX@
FLEXFLAGS = @FLEXFLAGS@ $(LFLAGS)
DTRACE = @DTRACE@
DTRACEFLAGS = @DTRACEFLAGS@
ZIC = @ZIC@
# Linking
AR = @AR@
DLLTOOL = @DLLTOOL@
DLLWRAP = @DLLWRAP@
LIBS = @LIBS@
LDAP_LIBS_FE = @LDAP_LIBS_FE@
LDAP_LIBS_BE = @LDAP_LIBS_BE@
UUID_LIBS = @UUID_LIBS@
UUID_EXTRA_OBJS = @UUID_EXTRA_OBJS@
LLVM_LIBS=@LLVM_LIBS@
LD = @LD@
with_gnu_ld = @with_gnu_ld@
# It's critical that within LDFLAGS, all -L switches pointing to build-tree
# directories come before any -L switches pointing to external directories.
# Otherwise it's possible for, e.g., a platform-provided copy of libpq.so
# to get linked in place of the one we've built. Therefore we adopt the
# convention that the first component of LDFLAGS is an extra variable
# LDFLAGS_INTERNAL, and -L and -l switches for PG's own libraries must be
# put into LDFLAGS_INTERNAL, so they will appear ahead of those for external
# libraries.
#
# We need LDFLAGS and LDFLAGS_INTERNAL to be "recursively expanded" variables,
# else adjustments to, e.g., rpathdir don't work right. So we must NOT do
# "LDFLAGS := something" anywhere, ditto for LDFLAGS_INTERNAL.
# These initial assignments must be "=" type, and elsewhere we must only do
# "LDFLAGS += something" or "LDFLAGS_INTERNAL += something".
ifdef PGXS
LDFLAGS_INTERNAL = -L$(libdir)
else
LDFLAGS_INTERNAL = -L$(top_builddir)/src/port -L$(top_builddir)/src/common
endif
LDFLAGS = $(LDFLAGS_INTERNAL) @LDFLAGS@
LDFLAGS_EX = @LDFLAGS_EX@
# LDFLAGS_SL might have already been assigned by calling makefile
LDFLAGS_SL += @LDFLAGS_SL@
LDREL = -r
LDOUT = -o
RANLIB = @RANLIB@
WINDRES = @WINDRES@
X = @EXEEXT@
# Perl
ifneq (@PERL@,)
# quoted to protect pathname with spaces
PERL = '@PERL@'
else
PERL = $(missing) perl
endif
perl_archlibexp = @perl_archlibexp@
perl_privlibexp = @perl_privlibexp@
perl_includespec = @perl_includespec@
perl_embed_ccflags = @perl_embed_ccflags@
perl_embed_ldflags = @perl_embed_ldflags@
# Miscellaneous
AWK = @AWK@
LN_S = @LN_S@
MSGFMT = @MSGFMT@
MSGFMT_FLAGS = @MSGFMT_FLAGS@
MSGMERGE = @MSGMERGE@
PYTHON = @PYTHON@
TAR = @TAR@
XGETTEXT = @XGETTEXT@
GZIP = gzip
BZIP2 = bzip2
DOWNLOAD = wget -O $@ --no-use-server-timestamps
#DOWNLOAD = curl -o $@
# Unicode data information
# Before each major release, update these and run make update-unicode.
# Pick a release from here: <https://www.unicode.org/Public/>. Note
# that the most recent release listed there is often a pre-release;
# don't pick that one, except for testing.
UNICODE_VERSION = 13.0.0
# Pick a release from here: <http://cldr.unicode.org/index/downloads>
CLDR_VERSION = 37
# Tree-wide build support
# Just about every code subdirectory wants to have the generated headers
# available before building, but we don't want parallel makes all trying
# to build the same headers. These rules, together with the recursion rules
# below, ensure that we update the generated headers once, if needed,
# at the top level of any "make all/install/check/installcheck" request.
# If a particular subdirectory knows this isn't needed in itself or its
# children, it can set NO_GENERATED_HEADERS.
all install check installcheck: submake-generated-headers
.PHONY: submake-generated-headers
submake-generated-headers:
ifndef NO_GENERATED_HEADERS
ifeq ($(MAKELEVEL),0)
$(MAKE) -C $(top_builddir)/src/backend generated-headers
endif
endif
# Testing
# In much the same way as above, these rules ensure that we build a temp
# install tree just once in any recursive "make check". The additional test
# on abs_top_builddir prevents doing anything foolish to the root directory.
check: temp-install
.PHONY: temp-install
temp-install: | submake-generated-headers
ifndef NO_TEMP_INSTALL
ifneq ($(abs_top_builddir),)
ifeq ($(MAKELEVEL),0)
rm -rf '$(abs_top_builddir)'/tmp_install
$(MKDIR_P) '$(abs_top_builddir)'/tmp_install/log
$(MAKE) -C '$(top_builddir)' DESTDIR='$(abs_top_builddir)'/tmp_install install >'$(abs_top_builddir)'/tmp_install/log/install.log 2>&1
$(MAKE) -j1 $(if $(CHECKPREP_TOP),-C $(CHECKPREP_TOP),) checkprep >>'$(abs_top_builddir)'/tmp_install/log/install.log 2>&1
endif
endif
endif
# Tasks to run serially at the end of temp-install. Some EXTRA_INSTALL
# entries appear more than once in the tree, and parallel installs of the same
# file can fail with EEXIST.
checkprep:
$(if $(EXTRA_INSTALL),for extra in $(EXTRA_INSTALL); do $(MAKE) -C '$(top_builddir)'/$$extra DESTDIR='$(abs_top_builddir)'/tmp_install install || exit; done)
PROVE = @PROVE@
# There are common routines in src/test/perl, and some test suites have
# extra perl modules in their own directory.
PG_PROVE_FLAGS = -I $(top_srcdir)/src/test/perl/ -I $(srcdir)
# User-supplied prove flags such as --verbose can be provided in PROVE_FLAGS.
PROVE_FLAGS =
# prepend to path if already set, else just set it
define add_to_path
$(1)="$(if $($(1)),$(2):$$$(1),$(2))"
endef
# platform-specific environment variable to set shared library path
# individual ports can override this later, this is the default name
ld_library_path_var = LD_LIBRARY_PATH
# with_temp_install_extra is for individual ports to define if they
# need something more here. If not defined then the expansion does
# nothing.
with_temp_install = \
PATH="$(abs_top_builddir)/tmp_install$(bindir):$$PATH" \
$(call add_to_path,$(strip $(ld_library_path_var)),$(abs_top_builddir)/tmp_install$(libdir)) \
$(with_temp_install_extra)
ifeq ($(enable_tap_tests),yes)
define prove_installcheck
rm -rf '$(CURDIR)'/tmp_check
$(MKDIR_P) '$(CURDIR)'/tmp_check
cd $(srcdir) && TESTDIR='$(CURDIR)' PATH="$(bindir):$$PATH" PGPORT='6$(DEF_PGPORT)' top_builddir='$(CURDIR)/$(top_builddir)' PG_REGRESS='$(CURDIR)/$(top_builddir)/src/test/regress/pg_regress' REGRESS_SHLIB='$(abs_top_builddir)/src/test/regress/regress$(DLSUFFIX)' $(PROVE) $(PG_PROVE_FLAGS) $(PROVE_FLAGS) $(if $(PROVE_TESTS),$(PROVE_TESTS),t/*.pl)
endef
define prove_check
rm -rf '$(CURDIR)'/tmp_check
$(MKDIR_P) '$(CURDIR)'/tmp_check
cd $(srcdir) && TESTDIR='$(CURDIR)' $(with_temp_install) PGPORT='6$(DEF_PGPORT)' PG_REGRESS='$(CURDIR)/$(top_builddir)/src/test/regress/pg_regress' REGRESS_SHLIB='$(abs_top_builddir)/src/test/regress/regress$(DLSUFFIX)' $(PROVE) $(PG_PROVE_FLAGS) $(PROVE_FLAGS) $(if $(PROVE_TESTS),$(PROVE_TESTS),t/*.pl)
endef
else
prove_installcheck = @echo "TAP tests not enabled"
prove_check = $(prove_installcheck)
endif
# Installation.
install_bin = @install_bin@
install_sh = $(SHELL) $(top_srcdir)/config/install-sh -c
INSTALL = $(if $(use_install_sh),$(install_sh),$(if $(install_bin),$(install_bin),$(install_sh)))
INSTALL_SCRIPT_MODE = 755
INSTALL_DATA_MODE = 644
INSTALL_PROGRAM = $(INSTALL_PROGRAM_ENV) $(INSTALL) $(INSTALL_STRIP_FLAG)
INSTALL_SCRIPT = $(INSTALL) -m $(INSTALL_SCRIPT_MODE)
INSTALL_DATA = $(INSTALL) -m $(INSTALL_DATA_MODE)
INSTALL_STLIB = $(INSTALL_STLIB_ENV) $(INSTALL_DATA) $(INSTALL_STRIP_FLAG)
INSTALL_SHLIB = $(INSTALL_SHLIB_ENV) $(INSTALL) $(INSTALL_SHLIB_OPTS) $(INSTALL_STRIP_FLAG)
# Override in Makefile.port if necessary
INSTALL_SHLIB_OPTS = -m 755
MKDIR_P = @MKDIR_P@
missing = $(SHELL) $(top_srcdir)/config/missing
STRIP = @STRIP@
STRIP_STATIC_LIB = @STRIP_STATIC_LIB@
STRIP_SHARED_LIB = @STRIP_SHARED_LIB@
# Documentation
DBTOEPUB = @DBTOEPUB@
FOP = @FOP@
XMLLINT = @XMLLINT@
XSLTPROC = @XSLTPROC@
# Code coverage
GCOV = @GCOV@
LCOV = @LCOV@
GENHTML = @GENHTML@
# Feature settings
DEF_PGPORT = @default_port@
WANTED_LANGUAGES = @WANTED_LANGUAGES@
##########################################################################
#
# Additional platform-specific settings
#
# Name of the "template"
PORTNAME= @PORTNAME@
build_os = @build_os@
host_tuple = @host@
host_os = @host_os@
host_cpu = @host_cpu@
# Backend stack size limit has to be hard-wired on Windows (it's in bytes)
WIN32_STACK_RLIMIT=4194304
# Set if we have a working win32 crashdump header
have_win32_dbghelp = @have_win32_dbghelp@
# Pull in platform-specific magic
include $(top_builddir)/src/Makefile.port
# Set up rpath if enabled. By default it will point to our libdir,
# but individual Makefiles can force other rpath paths if needed.
rpathdir = $(libdir)
ifeq ($(enable_rpath), yes)
LDFLAGS += $(rpath)
endif
# Show the DLSUFFIX to build scripts (e.g. buildfarm)
.PHONY: show_dl_suffix
show_dl_suffix:
@echo $(DLSUFFIX)
##########################################################################
#
# Some variables needed to find some client interfaces
ifdef PGXS
# some contribs assumes headers and libs are in the source tree...
libpq_srcdir = $(includedir)
libpq_builddir = $(libdir)
else
libpq_srcdir = $(top_srcdir)/src/interfaces/libpq
libpq_builddir = $(top_builddir)/src/interfaces/libpq
endif
# How to link to libpq. (This macro may be used as-is by backend extensions.
# Client-side code should go through libpq_pgport or libpq_pgport_shlib,
# instead.)
libpq = -L$(libpq_builddir) -lpq
# libpq_pgport is for use by client executables (not libraries) that use libpq.
# We force clients to pull symbols from the non-shared libraries libpgport
# and libpgcommon rather than pulling some libpgport symbols from libpq just
# because libpq uses those functions too. This makes applications less
# dependent on changes in libpq's usage of pgport (on platforms where we
# don't have symbol export control for libpq). To do this we link to
# pgport before libpq. This does cause duplicate -lpgport's to appear
# on client link lines, since that also appears in $(LIBS).
# libpq_pgport_shlib is the same idea, but for use in client shared libraries.
ifdef PGXS
libpq_pgport = -L$(libdir) -lpgcommon -lpgport $(libpq)
libpq_pgport_shlib = -L$(libdir) -lpgcommon_shlib -lpgport_shlib $(libpq)
else
libpq_pgport = -L$(top_builddir)/src/common -lpgcommon -L$(top_builddir)/src/port -lpgport $(libpq)
libpq_pgport_shlib = -L$(top_builddir)/src/common -lpgcommon_shlib -L$(top_builddir)/src/port -lpgport_shlib $(libpq)
endif
# Cygwin seems to need ldap libraries to be mentioned here, too
ifeq ($(PORTNAME),cygwin)
libpq_pgport += $(LDAP_LIBS_FE)
endif
##########################################################################
#
# Commonly used submake targets
submake-libpq: | submake-generated-headers
$(MAKE) -C $(libpq_builddir) all
submake-libpgport: | submake-generated-headers
$(MAKE) -C $(top_builddir)/src/port all
$(MAKE) -C $(top_builddir)/src/common all
submake-libpgfeutils: | submake-generated-headers
$(MAKE) -C $(top_builddir)/src/port all
$(MAKE) -C $(top_builddir)/src/common all
$(MAKE) -C $(top_builddir)/src/fe_utils all
.PHONY: submake-libpq submake-libpgport submake-libpgfeutils
##########################################################################
#
# Testing support
ifneq ($(USE_MODULE_DB),)
PL_TESTDB = pl_regression_$(NAME)
# Replace this with $(or ...) if we ever require GNU make 3.81.
ifneq ($(MODULE_big),)
CONTRIB_TESTDB=contrib_regression_$(MODULE_big)
ISOLATION_TESTDB=isolation_regression_$(MODULE_big)
else
ifneq ($(MODULES),)
CONTRIB_TESTDB=contrib_regression_$(word 1,$(MODULES))
ISOLATION_TESTDB=isolation_regression_$(word 1,$(MODULES))
else
CONTRIB_TESTDB=contrib_regression_$(word 1,$(REGRESS))
ISOLATION_TESTDB=isolation_regression_$(word 1,$(ISOLATION))
endif
endif
else
PL_TESTDB = pl_regression
CONTRIB_TESTDB = contrib_regression
ISOLATION_TESTDB = isolation_regression
endif
ifdef NO_LOCALE
NOLOCALE += --no-locale
endif
# file with extra config for temp build
TEMP_CONF =
ifdef TEMP_CONFIG
TEMP_CONF += --temp-config=$(TEMP_CONFIG)
endif
pg_regress_locale_flags = $(if $(ENCODING),--encoding=$(ENCODING)) $(NOLOCALE)
pg_regress_clean_files = results/ regression.diffs regression.out tmp_check/ tmp_check_iso/ log/ output_iso/
pg_regress_check = \
$(with_temp_install) \
$(top_builddir)/src/test/regress/pg_regress \
--temp-instance=./tmp_check \
--inputdir=$(srcdir) \
--bindir= \
$(TEMP_CONF) \
$(pg_regress_locale_flags) $(EXTRA_REGRESS_OPTS)
pg_regress_installcheck = \
$(top_builddir)/src/test/regress/pg_regress \
--inputdir=$(srcdir) \
--bindir='$(bindir)' \
$(pg_regress_locale_flags) $(EXTRA_REGRESS_OPTS)
pg_isolation_regress_check = \
$(with_temp_install) \
$(top_builddir)/src/test/isolation/pg_isolation_regress \
--temp-instance=./tmp_check_iso \
--inputdir=$(srcdir) --outputdir=output_iso \
--bindir= \
$(TEMP_CONF) \
$(pg_regress_locale_flags) $(EXTRA_REGRESS_OPTS)
pg_isolation_regress_installcheck = \
$(top_builddir)/src/test/isolation/pg_isolation_regress \
--inputdir=$(srcdir) --outputdir=output_iso \
--bindir='$(bindir)' \
$(pg_regress_locale_flags) $(EXTRA_REGRESS_OPTS)
##########################################################################
#
# Customization
#
# This includes your local customizations if Makefile.custom exists
# in the source directory. This file doesn't exist in the original
# distribution so that it doesn't get overwritten when you upgrade.
#
# NOTE: Makefile.custom is from the pre-Autoconf days of PostgreSQL.
# You are liable to shoot yourself in the foot if you use it without
# knowing exactly what you're doing. The preferred (and more
# reliable) method is to communicate what you want to do to the
# configure script, and leave the makefiles alone.
-include $(top_srcdir)/src/Makefile.custom
ifneq ($(CUSTOM_INSTALL),)
INSTALL= $(CUSTOM_INSTALL)
endif
ifneq ($(CUSTOM_CC),)
CC= $(CUSTOM_CC)
endif
ifneq ($(CUSTOM_COPT),)
COPT= $(CUSTOM_COPT)
endif
#
# These variables are meant to be set in the environment of "make"
# to add flags to whatever configure picked. Unlike the ones above,
# they are documented.
#
ifdef COPT
CFLAGS += $(COPT)
LDFLAGS += $(COPT)
endif
ifdef PROFILE
CFLAGS += $(PROFILE)
LDFLAGS += $(PROFILE)
endif
##########################################################################
#
# substitute implementations of C library routines (see src/port/)
# note we already included -L.../src/port in LDFLAGS above
LIBOBJS = @LIBOBJS@
# files needed for the chosen CRC-32C implementation
PG_CRC32C_OBJS = @PG_CRC32C_OBJS@
LIBS := -lpgcommon -lpgport $(LIBS)
# to make ws2_32.lib the last library
ifeq ($(PORTNAME),win32)
LIBS += -lws2_32
endif
# Not really standard libc functions, used by the backend.
TAS = @TAS@
##########################################################################
#
# Global targets and rules
%.c: %.l
ifdef FLEX
$(FLEX) $(if $(FLEX_NO_BACKUP),-b) $(FLEXFLAGS) -o'$@' $<
@$(if $(FLEX_NO_BACKUP),if [ `wc -l <lex.backup` -eq 1 ]; then rm lex.backup; else echo "Scanner requires backup; see lex.backup." 1>&2; exit 1; fi)
$(if $(FLEX_FIX_WARNING),$(PERL) $(top_srcdir)/src/tools/fix-old-flex-code.pl '$@')
else
@$(missing) flex $< '$@'
endif
%.c: %.y
$(if $(BISON_CHECK_CMD),$(BISON_CHECK_CMD))
ifdef BISON
$(BISON) $(BISONFLAGS) -o $@ $<
else
@$(missing) bison $< $@
endif
%.i: %.c
$(CPP) $(CPPFLAGS) -o $@ $<
%.gz: %
$(GZIP) --best -c $< >$@
%.bz2: %
$(BZIP2) -c $< >$@
# Direct builds of foo.c -> foo are disabled to avoid generating
# *.dSYM junk on Macs. All builds should normally go through the
# foo.c -> foo.o -> foo steps. This also ensures that dependency
# tracking (see below) is used.
%: %.c
# Replace gmake's default rule for linking a single .o file to produce an
# executable. The main point here is to put LDFLAGS after the .o file,
# since we put -l switches into LDFLAGS and those are order-sensitive.
# In addition, include CFLAGS and LDFLAGS_EX per project conventions.
%: %.o
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $^ $(LDFLAGS) $(LDFLAGS_EX) $(LIBS) -o $@$(X)
ifndef PGXS
# Remake Makefile.global from Makefile.global.in if the latter
# changed. In order to trigger this rule, the including file must
# write `include $(top_builddir)/src/Makefile.global', not some
# shortcut thereof.
$(top_builddir)/src/Makefile.global: $(top_srcdir)/src/Makefile.global.in $(top_builddir)/config.status
cd $(top_builddir) && ./config.status src/Makefile.global
# Remake pg_config.h from pg_config.h.in if the latter changed.
# config.status will not change the timestamp on pg_config.h if it
# doesn't change, so as to avoid recompiling the entire tree
# unnecessarily. Therefore we make config.status update a timestamp file
# stamp-h every time it runs, so that we don't trigger this rule every time.
# (We do trigger the null rule for stamp-h to pg_config.h every time; so it's
# important for that rule to be empty!)
#
# Of course you need to turn on dependency tracking to get any
# dependencies on pg_config.h.
$(top_builddir)/src/include/pg_config.h: $(top_builddir)/src/include/stamp-h ;
$(top_builddir)/src/include/stamp-h: $(top_srcdir)/src/include/pg_config.h.in $(top_builddir)/config.status
cd $(top_builddir) && ./config.status src/include/pg_config.h
# Also remake pg_config_ext.h from pg_config_ext.h.in, same logic as above.
$(top_builddir)/src/include/pg_config_ext.h: $(top_builddir)/src/include/stamp-ext-h ;
$(top_builddir)/src/include/stamp-ext-h: $(top_srcdir)/src/include/pg_config_ext.h.in $(top_builddir)/config.status
cd $(top_builddir) && ./config.status src/include/pg_config_ext.h
# Also remake ecpg_config.h from ecpg_config.h.in if the latter changed, same
# logic as above.
$(top_builddir)/src/interfaces/ecpg/include/ecpg_config.h: $(top_builddir)/src/interfaces/ecpg/include/stamp-h ;
$(top_builddir)/src/interfaces/ecpg/include/stamp-h: $(top_builddir)/src/interfaces/ecpg/include/ecpg_config.h.in $(top_builddir)/config.status
cd $(top_builddir) && ./config.status src/interfaces/ecpg/include/ecpg_config.h
# When configure changes, rerun configure with the same options as
# last time. To change configure, you need to run autoconf manually.
$(top_builddir)/config.status: $(top_srcdir)/configure
cd $(top_builddir) && ./config.status --recheck
endif # not PGXS
install-strip:
# install-strip always uses install-sh, so that strip options can be
# passed.
$(MAKE) use_install_sh=yes \
INSTALL_PROGRAM_ENV="STRIPPROG='$(STRIP)'" \
INSTALL_STLIB_ENV="STRIPPROG='$(STRIP_STATIC_LIB)'" \
INSTALL_SHLIB_ENV="STRIPPROG='$(STRIP_SHARED_LIB)'" \
INSTALL_STRIP_FLAG=-s \
install
##########################################################################
#
# Recursive make support
# ----------------------
# Instead of recursing through subdirectories with a for loop or
# repeated $(MAKE) -C whatever calls, this is a little smarter: it
# allows parallel make across directories and lets make -k and -q work
# correctly.
# We need the $(eval) function and order-only prerequisites, which are
# available in GNU make 3.80. That also happens to be the version
# where the .VARIABLES variable was introduced, so this is a simple check.
ifndef .VARIABLES
$(error GNU make 3.80 or newer is required. You are using version $(MAKE_VERSION))
endif
# This function is only for internal use below. It should be called
# using $(eval). It will set up a target so that it recurses into a
# given subdirectory. For the tree-wide all/install/check/installcheck cases,
# ensure we do our one-time tasks before recursing (see targets above).
# Note that to avoid a nasty bug in make 3.80,
# this function has to avoid using any complicated constructs (like
# multiple targets on a line) and also not contain any lines that expand
# to more than about 200 bytes. This is why we make it apply to just one
# subdirectory at a time, rather than to a list of subdirectories.
# $1: target name, e.g., all
# $2: subdir name
# $3: target to run in subdir, usually same as $1
define _create_recursive_target
.PHONY: $(1)-$(2)-recurse
$(1): $(1)-$(2)-recurse
$(1)-$(2)-recurse: $(if $(filter all install check installcheck, $(3)), submake-generated-headers) $(if $(filter check, $(3)), temp-install)
$$(MAKE) -C $(2) $(3)
endef
# Note that the use of $$ on the last line above is important; we want
# $(MAKE) to be evaluated when the rule is run, not when the $(eval) is run
# to create the rule. This is necessary to get make -q working.
# Call this function in a makefile that needs to recurse into subdirectories.
# In the normal case all arguments can be defaulted.
# $1: targets to make recursive (defaults to list of standard targets)
# $2: list of subdirs (defaults to SUBDIRS variable)
# $3: target to run in subdir (defaults to current element of $1)
recurse = $(foreach target,$(if $1,$1,$(standard_targets)),$(foreach subdir,$(if $2,$2,$(SUBDIRS)),$(eval $(call _create_recursive_target,$(target),$(subdir),$(if $3,$3,$(target))))))
# If a makefile's list of SUBDIRS varies depending on configuration, then
# any subdirectories excluded from SUBDIRS should instead be added to
# ALWAYS_SUBDIRS, and then it must call recurse_always as well as recurse.
# This ensures that distprep, distclean, etc will apply to all subdirectories.
# In the normal case all arguments will be defaulted.
# $1: targets to make recursive (defaults to standard_always_targets)
# $2: list of subdirs (defaults to ALWAYS_SUBDIRS variable)
# $3: target to run in subdir (defaults to current element of $1)
recurse_always = $(foreach target,$(if $1,$1,$(standard_always_targets)),$(foreach subdir,$(if $2,$2,$(ALWAYS_SUBDIRS)),$(eval $(call _create_recursive_target,$(target),$(subdir),$(if $3,$3,$(target))))))
##########################################################################
#
# Automatic dependency generation
# -------------------------------
# When we configure with --enable-depend then we override the default
# compilation rule with the magic below. While or after creating the
# actual output file we also create a dependency list for the .c file.
# Next time we invoke make we will have top-notch information about
# whether this file needs to be updated. The dependency files are kept
# in the .deps subdirectory of each directory.
autodepend = @autodepend@
ifeq ($(autodepend), yes)
ifndef COMPILE.c
COMPILE.c = $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -c
endif
ifndef COMPILE.cc
COMPILE.cc = $(CXX) $(CXXFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -c
endif
DEPDIR = .deps
ifeq ($(GCC), yes)
# GCC allows us to create object and dependency file in one invocation.
%.o : %.c
@if test ! -d $(DEPDIR); then mkdir -p $(DEPDIR); fi
$(COMPILE.c) -o $@ $< -MMD -MP -MF $(DEPDIR)/$(*F).Po
%.o : %.cpp
@if test ! -d $(DEPDIR); then mkdir -p $(DEPDIR); fi
$(COMPILE.cc) -o $@ $< -MMD -MP -MF $(DEPDIR)/$(*F).Po
endif # GCC
# Include all the dependency files generated for the current
# directory. Note that make would complain if include was called with
# no arguments.
Po_files := $(wildcard $(DEPDIR)/*.Po)
ifneq (,$(Po_files))
include $(Po_files)
endif
# hook for clean-up
clean distclean maintainer-clean: clean-deps
.PHONY: clean-deps
clean-deps:
@rm -rf $(DEPDIR)
endif # autodepend
##########################################################################
#
# Native language support
ifeq ($(enable_nls), yes)
ifneq (,$(wildcard $(srcdir)/nls.mk))
include $(top_srcdir)/src/nls-global.mk
endif # nls.mk
endif # enable_nls
##########################################################################
#
# Coverage
# Explanation of involved files:
# foo.c source file
# foo.o object file
# foo.gcno gcov graph (a.k.a. "notes") file, created at compile time
# (by gcc -ftest-coverage)
# foo.gcda gcov data file, created when the program is run (for
# programs compiled with gcc -fprofile-arcs)
# foo.c.gcov gcov output file with coverage information, created by
# gcov from foo.gcda (by "make coverage")
# foo.c.gcov.out stdout captured when foo.c.gcov is created, mildly
# interesting
# lcov_test.info
# lcov tracefile, built from gcda files in one directory,
# later collected by "make coverage-html"
# lcov_base.info
# tracefile for zero counters for every file, so that
# even files that are not touched by tests are counted
# for the overall coverage rate
ifeq ($(enable_coverage), yes)
# make coverage -- text output
local_gcda_files = $(wildcard *.gcda)
coverage: $(local_gcda_files:.gcda=.c.gcov)
%.c.gcov: %.gcda
$(GCOV) -b -f -p -o . $(GCOVFLAGS) $*.c >$*.c.gcov.out
# make coverage-html -- HTML output via lcov
.PHONY: coverage-html
coverage-html: coverage-html-stamp
GENHTML_FLAGS = -q --legend
GENHTML_TITLE = PostgreSQL $(VERSION)
coverage-html-stamp: lcov_base.info lcov_test.info
rm -rf coverage
$(GENHTML) $(GENHTML_FLAGS) -o coverage --title='$(GENHTML_TITLE)' --num-spaces=4 $(if $(filter no,$(vpath_build)),--prefix='$(abs_top_srcdir)') $^
touch $@
LCOV += --gcov-tool $(GCOV)
LCOVFLAGS = -q --no-external
all_gcno_files = $(shell find . -name '*.gcno' -print)
lcov_base.info: $(all_gcno_files)
$(LCOV) $(LCOVFLAGS) -c -i -d . -d $(srcdir) -o $@
all_gcda_files = $(shell find . -name '*.gcda' -print)
lcov_test.info: $(all_gcda_files)
$(LCOV) $(LCOVFLAGS) -c -d . -d $(srcdir) -o $@
# hook for clean-up
clean distclean maintainer-clean: clean-coverage
.PHONY: clean-coverage
clean-coverage:
rm -rf coverage coverage-html-stamp
rm -f *.gcda *.gcno lcov*.info *.gcov .*.gcov *.gcov.out
# User-callable target to reset counts between test runs
coverage-clean:
rm -f `find . -name '*.gcda' -print`
endif # enable_coverage
##########################################################################
#
# LLVM support
#
ifndef COMPILE.c.bc
# -Wno-ignored-attributes added so gnu_printf doesn't trigger
# warnings, when the main binary is compiled with C.
COMPILE.c.bc = $(CLANG) -Wno-ignored-attributes $(BITCODE_CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -flto=thin -emit-llvm -c
endif
ifndef COMPILE.cxx.bc
COMPILE.cxx.bc = $(CLANG) -xc++ -Wno-ignored-attributes $(BITCODE_CXXFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -flto=thin -emit-llvm -c
endif
%.bc : %.c
$(COMPILE.c.bc) -o $@ $<
%.bc : %.cpp
$(COMPILE.cxx.bc) -o $@ $<
# Install LLVM bitcode module (for JITing).
#
# The arguments are:
# $(1) name of the module (e.g. an extension's name or postgres for core code)
# $(2) source objects, with .o suffix
#
# The many INSTALL_DATA invocations aren't particularly fast, it'd be
# good if we could coalesce them, but I didn't find a good way.
#
# Note: blank line at end of macro is necessary to let it be used in foreach
define install_llvm_module
$(MKDIR_P) '$(DESTDIR)${bitcodedir}/$(1)'
$(MKDIR_P) $(sort $(dir $(addprefix '$(DESTDIR)${bitcodedir}'/$(1)/, $(2))))
$(foreach obj, ${2}, $(INSTALL_DATA) $(patsubst %.o,%.bc, $(obj)) '$(DESTDIR)${bitcodedir}'/$(1)/$(dir $(obj))
)
cd '$(DESTDIR)${bitcodedir}' && $(LLVM_BINPATH)/llvm-lto -thinlto -thinlto-action=thinlink -o $(1).index.bc $(addprefix $(1)/,$(patsubst %.o,%.bc, $(2)))
endef
# Uninstall LLVM bitcode module.
#
# The arguments are:
# $(1) name of the module (e.g. an extension's name or postgres for core code)
#
# This intentionally doesn't use the explicit installed file list,
# seems too likely to change regularly.
define uninstall_llvm_module
rm -rf '$(DESTDIR)${bitcodedir}/$(1)/'
rm -f '$(DESTDIR)${bitcodedir}/$(1).index.bc'
endef