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7008723: Remove binary plugs creation and use from openjdk Reviewed-by: mchung, andrew, aph, dholmes
author ohair
date Thu, 23 Dec 2010 18:50:21 -0800
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# Settings and rules to validate the JDK build environment.

.PHONY: \
	pre-sanity \
	sanity \
	sanity-base \
	sanity-docs \
	sanity-images \
	post-sanity-all \
	post-sanity-docs \
	post-sanity-images \
	sanity-all

# Bring in common sanity check rules
include $(JDK_MAKE_SHARED_DIR)/Sanity.gmk

# EXTERNALSANITYCONTROL means that this workspace build is being controlled by
# the control workspace, and that workspace is managing what is done to the sanity
# check files, and this sanity check run is only appending to those files.

pre-sanity:  $(SANITY_FILES)
ifndef EXTERNALSANITYCONTROL
	@$(RM) $(SANITY_FILES)
endif

sanity-base: pre-sanity \
    sane-settings \
    sane-insane \
    sane-make \
    sane-build_number \
    sane-os_version \
    sane-makeflags \
    sane-alt_outputdir \
    sane-outputdir \
    sane-devtools_path \
    sane-compiler_path \
    sane-unixcommand_path \
    sane-usrbin_path \
    sane-math_iso \
    sane-libCrun \
    sane-unixccs_path \
    sane-odbcdir \
    sane-msdevtools_path \
    sane-dxsdk \
    sane-compiler \
    sane-cacerts \
    sane-ant_version \
    sane-zip_version \
    sane-msvcrt_path \
    sane-build_modules

# The rules sanity-* have a one-to-one correspondence with the major targets
# Each sanity-* rule should have no body to ensure that the post-sanity-* is the
# last rule executed. The pre-sanity rule should be the first dependency. This design 
# expects the execution of pre-sanity only once per gnumake command invocation, 
# thus, info written to ERROR_FILE and/or WARNING_FILE will not be removed by subsequent
# targets in the same 'gnumake' command line.

sanity-all:: sanity-base \
    sane-classpath \
    sane-java_home \
    sane-fonts \
    sane-variant \
    sane-ld_library_path \
    sane-ld_library_path_64 \
    sane-ld_options \
    sane-ld_run_path \
    sane-alt_bootdir \
    sane-bootdir \
    sane-local-bootdir \
    sane-alsa-headers

ifdef OPENJDK
sanity-all:: sane-freetype 
endif


# Always check cups header paths on solaris & linux
ifneq ($(PLATFORM), windows)
sanity-all:: \
    sane-cups
endif

# Always check hotspot binary paths even if we are building them from scratch
HOTSPOT_IMPORT_CHECK=true
ifeq ($(HOTSPOT_IMPORT_CHECK),true)
sanity-all:: \
    sane-hotspot_binaries \
    sane-hotspot_import
endif

sanity-docs: sanity-base sane-docs_import

sanity-images:: sanity-base

sanity:: sanity-all post-sanity

# this should be the last rule in any target's sanity rule.
post-sanity post-sanity-all post-sanity-docs post-sanity-images: sane-lastrule