Pass $(MAKE) to the scripts/Configure-config.h script so that it uses
[exim.git] / src / scripts / Configure-config.h
1 #! /bin/sh
2 # $Cambridge: exim/src/scripts/Configure-config.h,v 1.2 2005/05/04 10:17:29 ph10 Exp $
3
4 # Build the config.h file, using the buildconfig program, first ensuring that
5 # it exists.
6
7 # 22-May-1996: remove the use of the "-a" flag for /bin/sh because it is not
8 # implemented in the FreeBSD shell. Sigh.
9
10 # 12-Mar-1997: add s/#.*$// to the sed script to allow for comments on the
11 # ends of settings - someone got caught.
12
13 # 18-Apr-1997: put the tab character into a variable to stop it getting
14 # lost by accident (which has happened a couple of times).
15
16 # 19-Jan-1998: indented settings in the makefile weren't being handled
17 # correctly; added [$st]* before \\([A-Z] in the pattern, to ignore leading
18 # space. Oddly, the pattern previously read ^\([A-Z which didn't seem to
19 # cause a problem (but did when the new bit was put in).
20
21 # 04-May-2005: if $1 is set, copy it into $MAKE, and then use $MAKE, if set,
22 # instead of "make" so that if gmake is used, it is used consistently.
23
24 if [ "$1" != "" ] ; then MAKE=$1 ; fi
25 if [ "$MAKE" = "" ] ; then MAKE=make ; fi
26
27 $MAKE buildconfig || exit 1
28
29 # BEWARE: tab characters needed in the following sed command. They have had
30 # a nasty tendency to get lost in the past, causing a problem if a tab has
31 # actually been present in makefile. Use a variable to hold a space and a
32 # tab to keep the tab in one place. This makes the sed option horrendous to
33 # read, but the whole script is safer.
34
35 st=' '
36
37 (sed -n \
38 "/\\\$/d;s/#.*\$//;s/^[$st]*\\([A-Z][^:$st]*\\)[$st]*=[$st]*\\([^$st]*\\)[$st]*\$/\\1=\\2 export \\1/p" \
39 < Makefile ; echo "./buildconfig") | /bin/sh
40
41 # If buildconfig ends with an error code, it will have output an error
42 # message. Ensure that a broken config.h gets deleted.
43
44 if [ $? != 0 ] ; then
45 rm -f config.h
46 exit 1
47 fi
48
49 # Double-check that config.h is complete.
50
51 if [ "`tail -1 config.h`" != "/* End of config.h */" ] ; then
52 echo "*** config.h appears to be incomplete"
53 echo "*** unexpected failure in buildconfig program"
54 exit 1
55 fi
56
57 echo ">>> config.h built"
58 echo ""
59
60 # End of Configure-config.h