Ticket #11158: 0001-Template-Makefile-fix-wording-rewrap-bump-version-ca.patch

File 0001-Template-Makefile-fix-wording-rewrap-bump-version-ca.patch, 23.4 KB (added by waddlesplash, 5 years ago)

Git patch.

  • build/jam/packages/MakefileEngine

    From d7f8c14073b0ddf79f261366e667f0f15ce5a49b Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
    From: Augustin Cavalier <waddlesplash@gmail.com>
    Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2014 16:23:46 -0400
    Subject: [PATCH] Template Makefile: fix wording, rewrap, bump version,
     capitalize name.
    
    ---
     build/jam/packages/MakefileEngine                |   2 +-
     data/develop/Makefile                            | 128 ++++++++++++++++++++
     data/develop/makefile                            | 145 -----------------------
     src/data/package_infos/any/makefile_engine       |   6 +-
     src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Jamfile  |   2 +-
     src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Makefile | 128 ++++++++++++++++++++
     src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/makefile | 145 -----------------------
     7 files changed, 261 insertions(+), 295 deletions(-)
     create mode 100644 data/develop/Makefile
     delete mode 100644 data/develop/makefile
     create mode 100644 src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Makefile
     delete mode 100644 src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/makefile
    
    diff --git a/build/jam/packages/MakefileEngine b/build/jam/packages/MakefileEngine
    index cd3b7ce..917989c 100644
    a b HaikuPackage $(makefileEnginePackage) ; 
    33
    44# skeleton makefile and makefile-engine
    55local makefileEngineFiles =
    6     <makefile-engine>makefile
     6    <makefile-engine>Makefile
    77    <makefile-engine>makefile-engine
    88;
    99SEARCH on $(makefileEngineFiles) = [ FDirName $(HAIKU_TOP) data develop ] ;
  • new file data/develop/Makefile

    diff --git a/data/develop/Makefile b/data/develop/Makefile
    new file mode 100644
    index 0000000..006a617
    - +  
     1## Haiku Generic Makefile v2.6 ##
     2
     3## Fill in this file to specify the project being created, and the referenced
     4## Makefile-Engine will do all of the hard work for you. This handles any
     5## architecture of Haiku.
     6
     7# The name of the binary.
     8NAME =
     9
     10# The type of binary, must be one of:
     11#   APP:    Application
     12#   SHARED: Shared library or add-on
     13#   STATIC: Static library archive
     14#   DRIVER: Kernel driver
     15TYPE =
     16
     17#   If you plan to use localization, specify the application's MIME signature.
     18APP_MIME_SIG =
     19
     20#   The following lines tell Pe and Eddie where the SRCS, RDEFS, and RSRCS are
     21#   so that Pe and Eddie can fill them in for you.
     22#%{
     23# @src->@
     24
     25#   Specify the source files to use. Full paths or paths relative to the
     26#   Makefile can be included. All files, regardless of directory, will have
     27#   their object files created in the common object directory. Note that this
     28#   means this Makefile will not work correctly if two source files with the
     29#   same name (source.c or source.cpp) are included from different directories.
     30#   Also note that spaces in folder names do not work well with this Makefile.
     31SRCS =
     32
     33#   Specify the resource definition files to use. Full or relative paths can be
     34#   used.
     35RDEFS =
     36
     37#   Specify the resource files to use. Full or relative paths can be used.
     38#   Both RDEFS and RSRCS can be utilized in the same Makefile.
     39RSRCS =
     40
     41# End Pe/Eddie support.
     42# @<-src@
     43#%}
     44
     45#   Specify libraries to link against.
     46#   There are two acceptable forms of library specifications:
     47#   -   if your library follows the naming pattern of libXXX.so or libXXX.a,
     48#       you can simply specify XXX for the library. (e.g. the entry for
     49#       "libtracker.so" would be "tracker")
     50#
     51#   -   for GCC-independent linking of standard C++ libraries, you can use
     52#       $(STDCPPLIBS) instead of the raw "stdc++[.r4] [supc++]" library names.
     53#
     54#   -   if your library does not follow the standard library naming scheme,
     55#       you need to specify the path to the library and it's name.
     56#       (e.g. for mylib.a, specify "mylib.a" or "path/mylib.a")
     57LIBS =
     58
     59#   Specify additional paths to directories following the standard libXXX.so
     60#   or libXXX.a naming scheme. You can specify full paths or paths relative
     61#   to the Makefile. The paths included are not parsed recursively, so
     62#   include all of the paths where libraries must be found. Directories where
     63#   source files were specified are automatically included.
     64LIBPATHS =
     65
     66#   Additional paths to look for system headers. These use the form
     67#   "#include <header>". Directories that contain the files in SRCS are
     68#   NOT auto-included here.
     69SYSTEM_INCLUDE_PATHS =
     70
     71#   Additional paths paths to look for local headers. These use the form
     72#   #include "header". Directories that contain the files in SRCS are
     73#   automatically included.
     74LOCAL_INCLUDE_PATHS =
     75
     76#   Specify the level of optimization that you want. Specify either NONE (O0),
     77#   SOME (O1), FULL (O2), or leave blank (for the default optimization level).
     78OPTIMIZE :=
     79
     80#   Specify the codes for languages you are going to support in this
     81#   application. The default "en" one must be provided too. "make catkeys"
     82#   will recreate only the "locales/en.catkeys" file. Use it as a template
     83#   for creating catkeys for other languages. All localization files must be
     84#   placed in the "locales" subdirectory.
     85LOCALES =
     86
     87#   Specify all the preprocessor symbols to be defined. The symbols will not
     88#   have their values set automatically; you must supply the value (if any) to
     89#   use. For example, setting DEFINES to "DEBUG=1" will cause the compiler
     90#   option "-DDEBUG=1" to be used. Setting DEFINES to "DEBUG" would pass
     91#   "-DDEBUG" on the compiler's command line.
     92DEFINES =
     93
     94#   Specify the warning level. Either NONE (suppress all warnings),
     95#   ALL (enable all warnings), or leave blank (enable default warnings).
     96WARNINGS =
     97
     98#   With image symbols, stack crawls in the debugger are meaningful.
     99#   If set to "TRUE", symbols will be created.
     100SYMBOLS :=
     101
     102#   Includes debug information, which allows the binary to be debugged easily.
     103#   If set to "TRUE", debug info will be created.
     104DEBUGGER :=
     105
     106#   Specify any additional compiler flags to be used.
     107COMPILER_FLAGS =
     108
     109#   Specify any additional linker flags to be used.
     110LINKER_FLAGS =
     111
     112#   Specify the version of this binary. Example:
     113#       -app 3 4 0 d 0 -short 340 -long "340 "`echo -n -e '\302\251'`"1999 GNU GPL"
     114#   This may also be specified in a resource.
     115APP_VERSION :=
     116
     117#   (Only used when "TYPE" is "DRIVER"). Specify the desired driver install
     118#   location in the /dev hierarchy. Example:
     119#       DRIVER_PATH = video/usb
     120#   will instruct the "driverinstall" rule to place a symlink to your driver's
     121#   binary in ~/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/video/usb, so that your driver will
     122#   appear at /dev/video/usb when loaded. The default is "misc".
     123DRIVER_PATH =
     124
     125## Include the Makefile-Engine
     126DEVEL_DIRECTORY := \\
     127    $(shell findpaths -r "makefile_engine" B_FIND_PATH_DEVELOP_DIRECTORY)
     128include $(DEVEL_DIRECTORY)/etc/makefile-engine
  • deleted file data/develop/makefile

    diff --git a/data/develop/makefile b/data/develop/makefile
    deleted file mode 100644
    index 75e6e09..0000000
    + -  
    1 ## BeOS Generic Makefile v2.5 ##
    2 
    3 ## Fill in this file to specify the project being created, and the referenced
    4 ## makefile-engine will do all of the hard work for you.  This handles both
    5 ## Intel and PowerPC builds of the BeOS and Haiku.
    6 
    7 ## Application Specific Settings ---------------------------------------------
    8 
    9 # specify the name of the binary
    10 NAME=
    11 
    12 # specify the type of binary
    13 #   APP:    Application
    14 #   SHARED: Shared library or add-on
    15 #   STATIC: Static library archive
    16 #   DRIVER: Kernel Driver
    17 TYPE=
    18 
    19 #   if you plan to use localization features
    20 #   specify the application MIME signature
    21 APP_MIME_SIG=
    22 
    23 #   add support for new Pe and Eddie features
    24 #   to fill in generic makefile
    25 
    26 #%{
    27 # @src->@
    28 
    29 #   specify the source files to use
    30 #   full paths or paths relative to the makefile can be included
    31 #   all files, regardless of directory, will have their object
    32 #   files created in the common object directory.
    33 #   Note that this means this makefile will not work correctly
    34 #   if two source files with the same name (source.c or source.cpp)
    35 #   are included from different directories.  Also note that spaces
    36 #   in folder names do not work well with this makefile.
    37 SRCS=
    38 
    39 #   specify the resource definition files to use
    40 #   full path or a relative path to the resource file can be used.
    41 RDEFS=
    42    
    43 #   specify the resource files to use.
    44 #   full path or a relative path to the resource file can be used.
    45 #   both RDEFS and RSRCS can be defined in the same makefile.
    46 RSRCS=
    47 
    48 # @<-src@
    49 #%}
    50 
    51 #   end support for Pe and Eddie
    52 
    53 #   specify additional libraries to link against
    54 #   there are two acceptable forms of library specifications
    55 #   -   if your library follows the naming pattern of:
    56 #       libXXX.so or libXXX.a you can simply specify XXX
    57 #       library: libbe.so entry: be
    58 #
    59 #   -   for version-independent linking of standard C++ libraries please add
    60 #       $(STDCPPLIBS) instead of raw "stdc++[.r4] [supc++]" library names
    61 #
    62 #   -   for localization support add following libs:
    63 #       locale localestub
    64 #       
    65 #   -   if your library does not follow the standard library
    66 #       naming scheme you need to specify the path to the library
    67 #       and it's name
    68 #       library: my_lib.a entry: my_lib.a or path/my_lib.a
    69 LIBS=
    70 
    71 #   specify additional paths to directories following the standard
    72 #   libXXX.so or libXXX.a naming scheme.  You can specify full paths
    73 #   or paths relative to the makefile.  The paths included may not
    74 #   be recursive, so include all of the paths where libraries can
    75 #   be found.  Directories where source files are found are
    76 #   automatically included.
    77 LIBPATHS=
    78 
    79 #   additional paths to look for system headers
    80 #   thes use the form: #include <header>
    81 #   source file directories are NOT auto-included here
    82 SYSTEM_INCLUDE_PATHS =
    83 
    84 #   additional paths to look for local headers
    85 #   thes use the form: #include "header"
    86 #   source file directories are automatically included
    87 LOCAL_INCLUDE_PATHS =
    88 
    89 #   specify the level of optimization that you desire
    90 #   NONE, SOME, FULL
    91 OPTIMIZE=
    92 
    93 #   specify here the codes for languages you are going
    94 #   to support in this application. The default "en"
    95 #   one must be provided too. "make catkeys" will recreate only
    96 #   locales/en.catkeys file. Use it as template for creating other
    97 #   languages catkeys. All localization files must be placed
    98 #   in "locales" sub-directory.
    99 LOCALES=
    100 
    101 #   specify any preprocessor symbols to be defined.  The symbols will not
    102 #   have their values set automatically; you must supply the value (if any)
    103 #   to use.  For example, setting DEFINES to "DEBUG=1" will cause the
    104 #   compiler option "-DDEBUG=1" to be used.  Setting DEFINES to "DEBUG"
    105 #   would pass "-DDEBUG" on the compiler's command line.
    106 DEFINES=
    107 
    108 #   specify special warning levels
    109 #   if unspecified default warnings will be used
    110 #   NONE = supress all warnings
    111 #   ALL = enable all warnings
    112 WARNINGS =
    113 
    114 #   specify whether image symbols will be created
    115 #   so that stack crawls in the debugger are meaningful
    116 #   if TRUE symbols will be created
    117 SYMBOLS =
    118 
    119 #   specify debug settings
    120 #   if TRUE will allow application to be run from a source-level
    121 #   debugger.  Note that this will disable all optimzation.
    122 DEBUGGER =
    123 
    124 #   specify additional compiler flags for all files
    125 COMPILER_FLAGS =
    126 
    127 #   specify additional linker flags
    128 LINKER_FLAGS =
    129 
    130 #   specify the version of this particular item
    131 #   (for example, -app 3 4 0 d 0 -short 340 -long "340 "`echo -n -e '\302\251'`"1999 GNU GPL")
    132 #   This may also be specified in a resource.
    133 APP_VERSION =
    134 
    135 #   (for TYPE == DRIVER only) Specify desired location of driver in the /dev
    136 #   hierarchy. Used by the driverinstall rule. E.g., DRIVER_PATH = video/usb will
    137 #   instruct the driverinstall rule to place a symlink to your driver's binary in
    138 #   ~/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/video/usb, so that your driver will appear at
    139 #   /dev/video/usb when loaded. Default is "misc".
    140 DRIVER_PATH =
    141 
    142 ## include the makefile-engine
    143 DEVEL_DIRECTORY := \
    144     $(shell findpaths -r "makefile_engine" B_FIND_PATH_DEVELOP_DIRECTORY)
    145 include $(DEVEL_DIRECTORY)/etc/makefile-engine
  • src/data/package_infos/any/makefile_engine

    diff --git a/src/data/package_infos/any/makefile_engine b/src/data/package_infos/any/makefile_engine
    index 10f9b10..1d82f79 100644
    a b  
    11name            makefile_engine
    22version         %HAIKU_VERSION%
    33architecture    any
    4 summary         "The makefile engine"
    5 description     "A simple generic makefile engine and makefile template."
     4summary         "The Makefile engine"
     5description     "A simple generic makefile-engine and Makefile template."
    66
    77packager        "The Haiku build system"
    88vendor          "Haiku Project"
    99
    10 copyrights      "? Be Inc. 2001-2013 Haiku, Inc."
     10copyrights      "? Be Inc. 2001-2014 Haiku, Inc."
    1111licenses        MIT
    1212
    1313provides {
  • src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Jamfile

    diff --git a/src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Jamfile b/src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Jamfile
    index 85154e7..59634cd 100644
    a b rule PrepareTrackerNewTemplates source : mimeType 
    1313
    1414PrepareTrackerNewTemplates "C++ header" : text/x-source-code ;
    1515PrepareTrackerNewTemplates "C++ source" : text/x-source-code ;
    16 PrepareTrackerNewTemplates "makefile" : text/x-makefile ;
     16PrepareTrackerNewTemplates "Makefile" : text/x-makefile ;
    1717PrepareTrackerNewTemplates "text file" : text/plain ;
  • new file src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Makefile

    diff --git a/src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Makefile b/src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/Makefile
    new file mode 100644
    index 0000000..006a617
    - +  
     1## Haiku Generic Makefile v2.6 ##
     2
     3## Fill in this file to specify the project being created, and the referenced
     4## Makefile-Engine will do all of the hard work for you. This handles any
     5## architecture of Haiku.
     6
     7# The name of the binary.
     8NAME =
     9
     10# The type of binary, must be one of:
     11#   APP:    Application
     12#   SHARED: Shared library or add-on
     13#   STATIC: Static library archive
     14#   DRIVER: Kernel driver
     15TYPE =
     16
     17#   If you plan to use localization, specify the application's MIME signature.
     18APP_MIME_SIG =
     19
     20#   The following lines tell Pe and Eddie where the SRCS, RDEFS, and RSRCS are
     21#   so that Pe and Eddie can fill them in for you.
     22#%{
     23# @src->@
     24
     25#   Specify the source files to use. Full paths or paths relative to the
     26#   Makefile can be included. All files, regardless of directory, will have
     27#   their object files created in the common object directory. Note that this
     28#   means this Makefile will not work correctly if two source files with the
     29#   same name (source.c or source.cpp) are included from different directories.
     30#   Also note that spaces in folder names do not work well with this Makefile.
     31SRCS =
     32
     33#   Specify the resource definition files to use. Full or relative paths can be
     34#   used.
     35RDEFS =
     36
     37#   Specify the resource files to use. Full or relative paths can be used.
     38#   Both RDEFS and RSRCS can be utilized in the same Makefile.
     39RSRCS =
     40
     41# End Pe/Eddie support.
     42# @<-src@
     43#%}
     44
     45#   Specify libraries to link against.
     46#   There are two acceptable forms of library specifications:
     47#   -   if your library follows the naming pattern of libXXX.so or libXXX.a,
     48#       you can simply specify XXX for the library. (e.g. the entry for
     49#       "libtracker.so" would be "tracker")
     50#
     51#   -   for GCC-independent linking of standard C++ libraries, you can use
     52#       $(STDCPPLIBS) instead of the raw "stdc++[.r4] [supc++]" library names.
     53#
     54#   -   if your library does not follow the standard library naming scheme,
     55#       you need to specify the path to the library and it's name.
     56#       (e.g. for mylib.a, specify "mylib.a" or "path/mylib.a")
     57LIBS =
     58
     59#   Specify additional paths to directories following the standard libXXX.so
     60#   or libXXX.a naming scheme. You can specify full paths or paths relative
     61#   to the Makefile. The paths included are not parsed recursively, so
     62#   include all of the paths where libraries must be found. Directories where
     63#   source files were specified are automatically included.
     64LIBPATHS =
     65
     66#   Additional paths to look for system headers. These use the form
     67#   "#include <header>". Directories that contain the files in SRCS are
     68#   NOT auto-included here.
     69SYSTEM_INCLUDE_PATHS =
     70
     71#   Additional paths paths to look for local headers. These use the form
     72#   #include "header". Directories that contain the files in SRCS are
     73#   automatically included.
     74LOCAL_INCLUDE_PATHS =
     75
     76#   Specify the level of optimization that you want. Specify either NONE (O0),
     77#   SOME (O1), FULL (O2), or leave blank (for the default optimization level).
     78OPTIMIZE :=
     79
     80#   Specify the codes for languages you are going to support in this
     81#   application. The default "en" one must be provided too. "make catkeys"
     82#   will recreate only the "locales/en.catkeys" file. Use it as a template
     83#   for creating catkeys for other languages. All localization files must be
     84#   placed in the "locales" subdirectory.
     85LOCALES =
     86
     87#   Specify all the preprocessor symbols to be defined. The symbols will not
     88#   have their values set automatically; you must supply the value (if any) to
     89#   use. For example, setting DEFINES to "DEBUG=1" will cause the compiler
     90#   option "-DDEBUG=1" to be used. Setting DEFINES to "DEBUG" would pass
     91#   "-DDEBUG" on the compiler's command line.
     92DEFINES =
     93
     94#   Specify the warning level. Either NONE (suppress all warnings),
     95#   ALL (enable all warnings), or leave blank (enable default warnings).
     96WARNINGS =
     97
     98#   With image symbols, stack crawls in the debugger are meaningful.
     99#   If set to "TRUE", symbols will be created.
     100SYMBOLS :=
     101
     102#   Includes debug information, which allows the binary to be debugged easily.
     103#   If set to "TRUE", debug info will be created.
     104DEBUGGER :=
     105
     106#   Specify any additional compiler flags to be used.
     107COMPILER_FLAGS =
     108
     109#   Specify any additional linker flags to be used.
     110LINKER_FLAGS =
     111
     112#   Specify the version of this binary. Example:
     113#       -app 3 4 0 d 0 -short 340 -long "340 "`echo -n -e '\302\251'`"1999 GNU GPL"
     114#   This may also be specified in a resource.
     115APP_VERSION :=
     116
     117#   (Only used when "TYPE" is "DRIVER"). Specify the desired driver install
     118#   location in the /dev hierarchy. Example:
     119#       DRIVER_PATH = video/usb
     120#   will instruct the "driverinstall" rule to place a symlink to your driver's
     121#   binary in ~/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/video/usb, so that your driver will
     122#   appear at /dev/video/usb when loaded. The default is "misc".
     123DRIVER_PATH =
     124
     125## Include the Makefile-Engine
     126DEVEL_DIRECTORY := \\
     127    $(shell findpaths -r "makefile_engine" B_FIND_PATH_DEVELOP_DIRECTORY)
     128include $(DEVEL_DIRECTORY)/etc/makefile-engine
  • deleted file src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/makefile

    diff --git a/src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/makefile b/src/data/settings/tracker_new_templates/makefile
    deleted file mode 100644
    index 41c1ca2..0000000
    + -  
    1 ## BeOS Generic Makefile v2.5 ##
    2 
    3 ## Fill in this file to specify the project being created, and the referenced
    4 ## makefile-engine will do all of the hard work for you.  This handles both
    5 ## Intel and PowerPC builds of the BeOS and Haiku.
    6 
    7 ## Application Specific Settings ---------------------------------------------
    8 
    9 # specify the name of the binary
    10 NAME=
    11 
    12 # specify the type of binary
    13 #   APP:    Application
    14 #   SHARED: Shared library or add-on
    15 #   STATIC: Static library archive
    16 #   DRIVER: Kernel Driver
    17 TYPE=
    18 
    19 #   if you plan to use localization features
    20 #   specify the application MIME siganture
    21 APP_MIME_SIG=
    22 
    23 #   add support for new Pe and Eddie features
    24 #   to fill in generic makefile
    25 
    26 #%{
    27 # @src->@
    28 
    29 #   specify the source files to use
    30 #   full paths or paths relative to the makefile can be included
    31 #   all files, regardless of directory, will have their object
    32 #   files created in the common object directory.
    33 #   Note that this means this makefile will not work correctly
    34 #   if two source files with the same name (source.c or source.cpp)
    35 #   are included from different directories.  Also note that spaces
    36 #   in folder names do not work well with this makefile.
    37 SRCS=
    38 
    39 #   specify the resource definition files to use
    40 #   full path or a relative path to the resource file can be used.
    41 RDEFS=
    42    
    43 #   specify the resource files to use.
    44 #   full path or a relative path to the resource file can be used.
    45 #   both RDEFS and RSRCS can be defined in the same makefile.
    46 RSRCS=
    47 
    48 # @<-src@
    49 #%}
    50 
    51 #   end support for Pe and Eddie
    52 
    53 #   specify additional libraries to link against
    54 #   there are two acceptable forms of library specifications
    55 #   -   if your library follows the naming pattern of:
    56 #       libXXX.so or libXXX.a you can simply specify XXX
    57 #       library: libbe.so entry: be
    58 #
    59 #   -   for version-independent linking of standard C++ libraries please add
    60 #       $(STDCPPLIBS) instead of raw "stdc++[.r4] [supc++]" library names
    61 #
    62 #   -   for localization support add following libs:
    63 #       locale localestub
    64 #       
    65 #   -   if your library does not follow the standard library
    66 #       naming scheme you need to specify the path to the library
    67 #       and it's name
    68 #       library: my_lib.a entry: my_lib.a or path/my_lib.a
    69 LIBS=
    70 
    71 #   specify additional paths to directories following the standard
    72 #   libXXX.so or libXXX.a naming scheme.  You can specify full paths
    73 #   or paths relative to the makefile.  The paths included may not
    74 #   be recursive, so include all of the paths where libraries can
    75 #   be found.  Directories where source files are found are
    76 #   automatically included.
    77 LIBPATHS=
    78 
    79 #   additional paths to look for system headers
    80 #   thes use the form: #include <header>
    81 #   source file directories are NOT auto-included here
    82 SYSTEM_INCLUDE_PATHS =
    83 
    84 #   additional paths to look for local headers
    85 #   thes use the form: #include "header"
    86 #   source file directories are automatically included
    87 LOCAL_INCLUDE_PATHS =
    88 
    89 #   specify the level of optimization that you desire
    90 #   NONE, SOME, FULL
    91 OPTIMIZE=
    92 
    93 #   specify here the codes for languages you are going
    94 #   to support in this application. The default "en"
    95 #   one must be provided too. "make catkeys" will recreate only
    96 #   locales/en.catkeys file. Use it as template for creating other
    97 #   languages catkeys. All localization files must be placed
    98 #   in "locales" sub-directory.
    99 LOCALES=
    100 
    101 #   specify any preprocessor symbols to be defined.  The symbols will not
    102 #   have their values set automatically; you must supply the value (if any)
    103 #   to use.  For example, setting DEFINES to "DEBUG=1" will cause the
    104 #   compiler option "-DDEBUG=1" to be used.  Setting DEFINES to "DEBUG"
    105 #   would pass "-DDEBUG" on the compiler's command line.
    106 DEFINES=
    107 
    108 #   specify special warning levels
    109 #   if unspecified default warnings will be used
    110 #   NONE = supress all warnings
    111 #   ALL = enable all warnings
    112 WARNINGS =
    113 
    114 #   specify whether image symbols will be created
    115 #   so that stack crawls in the debugger are meaningful
    116 #   if TRUE symbols will be created
    117 SYMBOLS =
    118 
    119 #   specify debug settings
    120 #   if TRUE will allow application to be run from a source-level
    121 #   debugger.  Note that this will disable all optimzation.
    122 DEBUGGER =
    123 
    124 #   specify additional compiler flags for all files
    125 COMPILER_FLAGS =
    126 
    127 #   specify additional linker flags
    128 LINKER_FLAGS =
    129 
    130 #   specify the version of this particular item
    131 #   (for example, -app 3 4 0 d 0 -short 340 -long "340 "`echo -n -e '\302\251'`"1999 GNU GPL")
    132 #   This may also be specified in a resource.
    133 APP_VERSION =
    134 
    135 #   (for TYPE == DRIVER only) Specify desired location of driver in the /dev
    136 #   hierarchy. Used by the driverinstall rule. E.g., DRIVER_PATH = video/usb will
    137 #   instruct the driverinstall rule to place a symlink to your driver's binary in
    138 #   ~/add-ons/kernel/drivers/dev/video/usb, so that your driver will appear at
    139 #   /dev/video/usb when loaded. Default is "misc".
    140 DRIVER_PATH =
    141 
    142 ## include the makefile-engine
    143 DEVEL_DIRECTORY := \
    144     $(shell findpaths -r "makefile_engine" B_FIND_PATH_DEVELOP_DIRECTORY)
    145 include $(DEVEL_DIRECTORY)/etc/makefile-engine