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## Automake asm file rules.

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# This file is part of the GNU MP Library.
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# COMPILE minus CC.

# Flags used for preprocessing (in ansi2knr rules).

# Recent versions of automake (1.5 and up for instance) append automake
# generated suffixes to this $(SUFFIXES) list.  This is essential for us,
# since .c must come after .s, .S and .asm.  If .c is before .s, for
# instance, then in the mpn directory "make" will see add_n.c mentioned in
# an explicit rule (the ansi2knr stuff) and decide it must have add_n.c,
# even if add_n.c doesn't exist but add_n.s does.  See GNU make
# documentation "(make)Implicit Rule Search", part 5c.
# On IRIX 6 native make this doesn't work properly though.  Somehow .c
# remains ahead of .s, perhaps because .c.s is a builtin rule.  .asm works
# fine though, and mpn/mips3 uses this.
SUFFIXES = .s .S .asm

# .s assembler, no preprocessing.
	$(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) `test -f $< || echo '$(srcdir)/'`$<
	$(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) `cygpath -w $<`
	$(LIBTOOL) --mode=compile $(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) `test -f $< || echo '$(srcdir)/'`$<

# can be overridden during development, eg. "make RM_TMP=: mul_1.lo"
RM_TMP = rm -f

# .S assembler, preprocessed with cpp.
# It's necessary to run $(CPP) separately, since it seems not all compilers
# recognise .S files, in particular "cc" on HP-UX 10 and 11 doesn't (and
# will silently do nothing if given a .S).
# For .lo we need a helper script, as described below for .asm.lo.
	$(CPP) $(PREPROCESS_FLAGS) `test -f $< || echo '$(srcdir)/'`$< | grep -v '^#' >tmp-$*.s
	$(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) tmp-$*.s -o $@
	$(RM_TMP) tmp-$*.s
	$(CPP) $(PREPROCESS_FLAGS) `cygpath -w $<` | grep -v '^#' >tmp-$*.s
	$(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) tmp-$*.s -o $@
	$(RM_TMP) tmp-$*.s
	$(LIBTOOL) --mode=compile --tag=CC $(top_srcdir)/mpn/cpp-ccas --cpp="$(CPP) $(PREPROCESS_FLAGS)" $(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) `test -f $< || echo '$(srcdir)/'`$<

# .asm assembler, preprocessed with m4.
# .o and .obj are non-PIC and just need m4 followed by a compile.
# .lo is a bit tricky.  Libtool (as of version 1.5) has foo.lo as a little
# text file, and .libs/foo.o and foo.o as the PIC and non-PIC objects,
# respectively.  It'd be asking for lots of trouble to try to create foo.lo
# ourselves, so instead arrange to invoke libtool like a --mode=compile, but
# with a special m4-ccas script which first m4 preprocesses, then compiles.
# --tag=CC is necessary since foo.asm is otherwise unknown to libtool.
# Libtool adds -DPIC when building a shared object and the .asm files look
# for that.  But it should be noted that the other PIC flags are on occasion
# important too, in particular FreeBSD 2.2.8 gas 1.92.3 requires -k before
# it accepts PIC constructs like @GOT, and gcc adds that flag only under
# -fPIC.  (Later versions of gas are happy to accept PIC stuff any time.)
	$(M4) -DOPERATION_$* `test -f $< || echo '$(srcdir)/'`$< >tmp-$*.s
	$(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) tmp-$*.s -o $@
	$(RM_TMP) tmp-$*.s
	$(M4) -DOPERATION_$* `cygpath -w $<` >tmp-$*.s
	$(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) tmp-$*.s -o $@
	$(RM_TMP) tmp-$*.s
	$(LIBTOOL) --mode=compile --tag=CC $(top_srcdir)/mpn/m4-ccas --m4="$(M4)" $(CCAS) $(COMPILE_FLAGS) `test -f $< || echo '$(srcdir)/'`$<