Diff for /gforth/BUILD-FROM-SCRATCH between versions 1.1 and 1.13

version 1.1, 2000/05/04 09:52:14 version 1.13, 2003/08/25 14:17:42
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 # Procedures to build gforth from the CVS sources  # Procedures to build gforth from the CVS sources
   
   #use this with parameters and env variables like "configure"
   
   #Copyright (C) 2000,2002,2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   
   #This file is part of Gforth.
   
   #Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
   #modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
   #as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
   #of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
   
   #This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   #but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   #MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.#See the
   #GNU General Public License for more details.
   
   #You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
   #along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
   #Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111, USA.
   
   
 # created: 2may00jaw  # created: 2may00jaw
   
 # To build gforth from scratch you need autoconf and automake.  # To build gforth from scratch you need autoconf, automake and a 
   # gforth0.5.0
 # This file can be used as shell script. If you make the environment  # This file can be used as shell script. If you make the environment
 # variable OLDGFORTH point to an existing gforth installation, this  # variable GFORTH point to an existing gforth installation, this
 # script takes over kernel and primitve files.  # script takes over the whole build process and will produce the
   # kernel kernel images from the sources as well
   
   # try to guess a installed gforth
   
   if [ "$GFORTH"xx = "xx" ];
   then
           rm -f gforth
           GFORTH=`which gforth`
           if [ "$GFORTH"xx = "xx" ]; then
                   echo 'BUILD-FROM-SCRATCH needs a working gforth (in environment variable GFORTH)'
                   exit 1
           fi
           GFORTH="$GFORTH -m4M"
   fi
   
 # makes a aclocal.m4 which includes the automake macros for autconf  # makes a aclocal.m4 which includes the automake macros for autconf
   
Line 18  autoconf Line 55  autoconf
   
 autoheader  autoheader
   
 # Option 1: You have kernl???.fi files for the latest gforth engine  # run configure sXScript
   
 # fetch primitve and kernel files from an existing gforth installation  ./configure $*
 # this works only if there are no changes between the prim file  
 # in the existing gforth installation and this one!  
 if [ "$CURRENTGFORTH" != "" ]; then  
   
   # fetch some apropirate kernel images and copy it into the gforth root  # if you have specified a previous Gforth, you can savely run make now
   # with FORTHK and FORTHP changed appropriate.
   cp $CURRENTGFORTH/kernl???.fi .  
   
   # fetch the include files for the primitives  
   primfiles="engine/prim.i engine/prim_lab.i prim.b kernel/aliases.fs kernel/prim.fs"  
   for I in $primfiles; do  
     cp $CURRENTGFORTH/$I $I;  
   done  
   
   # mark them up to date  
   touch $primfiles  
   
   # mark kernel files up to date  
   touch kernl???.fi .  
   
   #a local gforth.fi probably does not work with $GFORTH
   rm gforth.fi
   
   echo xz
   if [ "$GFORTH"xx != "xx" ]
   then
    echo Running: make BUILDFORTH="$GFORTH" FORTHP="$GFORTH" gforth...
    make BUILDFORTH="$GFORTH" FORTHP="$GFORTH" gforth
    echo Running: make BUILDFORTH="$GFORTH" FORTHP="$GFORTH" all...
    make BUILDFORTH="$GFORTH" FORTHP="$GFORTH" all
 fi  fi
   
 # Option 2: You don't have the lates kernel???.fi but a running (old) gforth on your system  
   
 # If you don't have apropriate kernel images use an old gforth installation to  
 # bootstrap:  
 # run ./configure  
 # Edit the Makefile and replace the FORTHK variable with your existing  
 # gforth call e.g. "/usr/bin/gforth", you don't need any options!  
 # then run make gforth; make gforth.fi  
   
 # go on with INSTALL ...  
   

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