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[exim.git] / src / scripts / Configure-eximon
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61ec970d 1#! /bin/sh
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3# Shell script to build the configurable part of the Exim monitor's start-up
4# script. This is built from various configuration files. The final part is
5# added in the Makefile, using various macros that are available at that stage.
6
7scripts=../scripts
8
9# First off, get the OS type, and check that there is a make file for it.
10
11os=`$scripts/os-type -generic` || exit 1
12
13if test ! -r ../OS/Makefile-$os
14then echo ""
15 echo "*** Sorry - operating system $os is not supported"
16 echo "*** See OS/Makefile-* for supported systems" 1>&2
17 echo ""
18 exit 1;
19fi
20
21# We also need the architecture type, in order to test for any architecture-
22# specific configuration files.
23
24arch=`$scripts/arch-type` || exit 1
25
26# Build a file called eximon in the current directory by joining
27# the generic default configure file, the OS base configure file, and then
28# local generic, OS-specific, architecture-specific, and OS+architecture-
29# specific configurationfiles, if they exist. These files all contain variable
30# definitions, with later definitions overriding earlier ones.
31
32echo "#!/bin/sh" > eximon
33chmod a+x eximon
34
35# Concatenate the configuration files that exist
36
37for f in OS/eximon.conf-Default \
38 OS/eximon.conf-$os \
39 Local/eximon.conf \
40 Local/eximon.conf-$os \
41 Local/eximon.conf-$arch \
42 Local/eximon.conf-$os-$arch
43do if test -r ../$f
44 then echo "# From $f"
45 sed '/^#/d;/^[ ]*$/d' ../$f || exit 1
46 echo "# End of $f"
47 echo ""
48 fi
49done >> eximon || exit 1
50
51# End of Configure-eximon