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7170079: Adjustments to build-infra makefiles Reviewed-by: ohair, ohrstrom, ihse, jonas Contributed-by: jonas <jonas.oreland@oracle.com>, erikj <erik.joelsson@oracle.com>, ihse <magnus.ihse.bursie@oracle.com>, tgranat <torbjorn.granat@oracle.com>, ykantser <yekaterina.kantserova@oracle.com>
author erikj
date Thu, 07 Jun 2012 20:25:06 -0700
parents e1830598f0b7
children c8d320b48626
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#
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#
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#
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# questions.
#

# Configured @DATE_WHEN_CONFIGURED@ to build for a @HOST@ system,
# using ./configure @CONFIGURE_COMMAND_LINE@

# When calling macros, the spaces between arguments are 
# often semantically important! Sometimes we need to subst 
# spaces and commas, therefore we need the following macros.
X:=
SPACE:=$(X) $(X)
COMMA:=,
HASH:=\#
SQUOTE:='
#'
DQUOTE:="
#"
define NEWLINE:=
endef


# Pass along the verbosity setting.
ifeq (,$(findstring VERBOSE=,$(MAKE)))
    MAKE:=$(MAKE) $(VERBOSE) VERBOSE="$(VERBOSE)"
endif

# No implicit variables or rules!
ifeq (,$(findstring -R,$(MAKE)))
    MAKE:=$(MAKE) -R
endif

# Specify where the spec file is.
ifeq (,$(findstring SPEC=,$(MAKE)))
    MAKE:=$(MAKE) SPEC=@SPEC@
endif

# Specify where the common include directory for makefiles is.
ifeq (,$(findstring -I @SRC_ROOT@/common/makefiles,$(MAKE)))
    MAKE:=$(MAKE) -I @SRC_ROOT@/common/makefiles
endif

# A self-referential reference to this file.
SPEC:=@SPEC@

# The "human readable" name of this configuration
CONF_NAME:=@CONF_NAME@

# The built jdk will run in this host system.
HOST:=@HOST@
HOST_OS:=@HOST_OS@
HOST_OS_FAMILY:=@HOST_OS_FAMILY@
HOST_OS_API:=@HOST_OS_API@

HOST_CPU:=@HOST_CPU@
HOST_CPU_ARCH:=@HOST_CPU_ARCH@
HOST_CPU_BITS:=@HOST_CPU_BITS@
HOST_CPU_ENDIAN:=@HOST_CPU_ENDIAN@

# We are building on this build system.
# When not cross-compiling, it is the same as the host.
BUILD:=@BUILD@
BUILD_OS:=@BUILD_OS@
BUILD_OS_FAMILY:=@BUILD_OS_FAMILY@
BUILD_OS_API:=@BUILD_OS_API@

BUILD_CPU:=@BUILD_CPU@
BUILD_CPU_ARCH:=@BUILD_CPU_ARCH@
BUILD_CPU_BITS:=@BUILD_CPU_BITS@
BUILD_CPU_ENDIAN:=@BUILD_CPU_ENDIAN@

# Legacy OS values for use in release file.
REQUIRED_OS_NAME:=@REQUIRED_OS_NAME@
REQUIRED_OS_VERSION:=@REQUIRED_OS_VERSION@

# Old name for HOST_OS (aix,bsd,hpux,linux,macosx,solaris,windows etc)
PLATFORM:=@HOST_OS@
# Old name for HOST_CPU, uses i586 and amd64, instead of ia32 and x64.
ARCH:=@LEGACY_HOST_CPU1@
# Yet another name for arch used for an extra subdir below the jvm lib.
# Uses i386 and amd64, instead of ia32 and x64.
LIBARCH:=@LEGACY_HOST_CPU2@
# Use to switch between solaris and windows subdirs in the jdk.
LEGACY_HOST_OS_API:=@LEGACY_HOST_OS_API@
# 32 or 64 bit
ARCH_DATA_MODEL:=@HOST_CPU_BITS@
# Legacy setting for building for a 64 bit machine.
# If yes then this expands to _LP64:=1
@LP64@
ENDIAN:=@HOST_CPU_ENDIAN@
@SET_OPENJDK@
JIGSAW:=@JIGSAW@
LIBM:=-lm
LIBDL:=@LIBDL@

# colon or semicolon
PATH_SEP:=@PATH_SEP@

# Set special env variables, to be passed to external tools.
# Used for cygwin setups.
@SETUPDEVENV@

# The sys root where standard headers and libraries are found.
# Usually not needed since the configure script should have
# taken it into account already when setting CFLAGS et al.
SYS_ROOT:=@SYS_ROOT@

# Paths to the source code
SRC_ROOT:=@SRC_ROOT@
ADD_SRC_ROOT:=@ADD_SRC_ROOT@
OVERRIDE_SRC_ROOT:=@OVERRIDE_SRC_ROOT@
TOPDIR:=@SRC_ROOT@
OUTPUT_ROOT:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@
JDK_MAKE_SHARED_DIR:=@JDK_TOPDIR@/makefiles/common/shared
JDK_TOPDIR:=@JDK_TOPDIR@
LANGTOOLS_TOPDIR:=@LANGTOOLS_TOPDIR@
CORBA_TOPDIR:=@CORBA_TOPDIR@
JAXP_TOPDIR:=@JAXP_TOPDIR@
JAXWS_TOPDIR:=@JAXWS_TOPDIR@
HOTSPOT_TOPDIR:=@HOTSPOT_TOPDIR@
COPYRIGHT_YEAR:=@COPYRIGHT_YEAR@

# Information gathered from the version.numbers file.
JDK_MAJOR_VERSION:=@JDK_MAJOR_VERSION@
JDK_MINOR_VERSION:=@JDK_MINOR_VERSION@
JDK_MICRO_VERSION:=@JDK_MICRO_VERSION@
JDK_UPDATE_VERSION:=@JDK_UPDATE_VERSION@
JDK_BUILD_NUMBER:=@JDK_BUILD_NUMBER@
MILESTONE:=@MILESTONE@
LAUNCHER_NAME:=@LAUNCHER_NAME@
PRODUCT_NAME:=@PRODUCT_NAME@
PRODUCT_SUFFIX:=@PRODUCT_SUFFIX@
JDK_RC_PLATFORM_NAME:=@JDK_RC_PLATFORM_NAME@
COMPANY_NAME:=@COMPANY_NAME@

# Different version strings generated from the above information.
JDK_VERSION:=@JDK_VERSION@
RUNTIME_NAME:=@RUNTIME_NAME@
FULL_VERSION:=@FULL_VERSION@
JRE_RELEASE_VERSION:=@FULL_VERSION@
RELEASE:=@RELEASE@
COOKED_BUILD_NUMBER:=@COOKED_BUILD_NUMBER@

# How to compile the code: release, fastdebug or slowdebug
DEBUG_LEVEL:=@DEBUG_LEVEL@

# This is the JDK variant to build.
# The JDK variant is a name for a specific set of modules to be compiled for the JDK.
JDK_VARIANT:=@JDK_VARIANT@

# Legacy defines controlling the JDK variant embedded.
@JAVASE_EMBEDDED@
@MINIMIZE_RAM_USAGE@

# Should we compile support for running with a graphical UI? (ie headful)
# Should we compile support for running without? (ie headless)
SUPPORT_HEADFUL:=@SUPPORT_HEADFUL@
SUPPORT_HEADLESS:=@SUPPORT_HEADLESS@
# Legacy defines controlled by the SUPPORT_HEADLESS and SUPPORT_HEADFUL options.
@BUILD_HEADLESS@
@BUILD_HEADLESS_ONLY@

# These are the libjvms that we want to build.
# The java launcher uses the default.
# The other can be selected by specifying -client -server -kernel -zero or -zeroshark
# on the java launcher command line.
DEFAULT_JVM_VARIANT:=@DEFAULT_JVM_VARIANT@
JVM_VARIANTS:=@JVM_VARIANTS@
JVM_VARIANT_SERVER:=@JVM_VARIANT_SERVER@
JVM_VARIANT_CLIENT:=@JVM_VARIANT_CLIENT@
JVM_VARIANT_KERNEL:=@JVM_VARIANT_KERNEL@
JVM_VARIANT_ZERO:=@JVM_VARIANT_ZERO@
JVM_VARIANT_ZEROSHARK:=@JVM_VARIANT_ZEROSHARK@

# Legacy setting: OPT or DBG
VARIANT:=@VARIANT@
# Legacy setting: true or false
FASTDEBUG:=@FASTDEBUG@
# Legacy setting: debugging the class files?
DEBUG_CLASSFILES:=@DEBUG_CLASSFILES@
# Legacy setting: -debug or -fastdebug
BUILD_VARIANT_RELEASE:=@BUILD_VARIANT_RELEASE@

LANGTOOLS_OUTPUTDIR:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/langtools
LANGTOOLS_DIST:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/langtools/dist
LANGTOOLS_MAKE_ARGS:=@LANGTOOLS_MAKE_ARGS@

CORBA_OUTPUTDIR:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/corba
CORBA_DIST:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/corba/dist
CORBA_MAKE_ARGS:=@CORBA_MAKE_ARGS@

JAXP_OUTPUTDIR:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/jaxp
JAXP_DIST:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/jaxp/dist
JAXP_MAKE_ARGS:=@JAXP_MAKE_ARGS@

JAXWS_OUTPUTDIR:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/jaxws
JAXWS_DIST:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/jaxws/dist
JAXWS_MAKE_ARGS:=@JAXWS_MAKE_ARGS@

HOTSPOT_OUTPUTDIR:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/hotspot
HOTSPOT_DIST:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/hotspot/dist
HOTSPOT_MAKE_ARGS:=@HOTSPOT_MAKE_ARGS@

# This where a working jvm is built.
# You can run $(JDK_OUTPUTDIR)/bin/java
# Though the layout of the contents of $(JDK_OUTPUTDIR) is not
# yet the same as a default installation.
HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/hotspot/dist
JDK_OUTPUTDIR:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/jdk
JDK_MAKE_ARGS:=@JDK_MAKE_ARGS@

# When you run "make install" it will create the standardized
# layout for the jdk and the jre inside the images subdir.
# Then it will copy the contents of the jdk into the installation
# directory.
IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@/images
IMAGES_MAKE_ARGS:=@IMAGES_MAKE_ARGS@
# Legacy variables used by Release.gmk
JDK_IMAGE_DIR:=$(IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR)/j2sdk-image
JRE_IMAGE_DIR:=$(IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR)/j2re-image

# Can be /sparcv9 or /amd64 on Solaris
ISA_DIR:=@LEGACY_HOST_CPU3@
BINDIR:=$(JDK_OUTPUTDIR)/bin$(ISA_DIR)

# The boot jdk to use
ALT_BOOTDIR:=@BOOT_JDK@
BOOT_JDK:=@BOOT_JDK@
BOOT_JDK_JVMARGS:=@BOOT_JDK_JVMARGS@
BOOT_JAVAC_ARGS:=@BOOT_JAVAC_ARGS@
BOOT_RTJAR:=@BOOT_RTJAR@
BOOT_TOOLSJAR:=@BOOT_TOOLSJAR@

# When compiling Java source to be run by the boot jdk
# use these extra flags, eg -source 6 -target 6
BOOT_JDK_SOURCETARGET:=@BOOT_JDK_SOURCETARGET@

# Information about the build system
NUM_CORES:=@NUM_CORES@
# This is used from the libjvm build for C/C++ code.
HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS:=@CONCURRENT_BUILD_JOBS@
# This is used from the jdk build for C/C++ code.
PARALLEL_COMPILE_JOBS:=@CONCURRENT_BUILD_JOBS@
# Store javac server synchronization files here, and
# the javac server log files.
JAVAC_SERVERS:=@JAVAC_SERVERS@
# Should we use a javac server or not? The javac server gives
# an enormous performance improvement since it reduces the
# startup costs of javac and reuses as much as possible of intermediate
# compilation work. But if we want to compile with a non-Java
# javac compiler, like gcj. Then we cannot use javac server and
# this variable is set to false.
JAVAC_USE_REMOTE:=@JAVAC_USE_REMOTE@
# We can block the Javac server to never use more cores than this.
# This is not for performance reasons, but for memory usage, since each
# core requires its own JavaCompiler. We might have 64 cores and 4GB
# of memory, 64 JavaCompilers will currently not fit in a 3GB heap.
# Since there is no sharing of data between the JavaCompilers.
JAVAC_SERVER_CORES:=@JAVAC_SERVER_CORES@
# Should we use dependency tracking between Java packages? true or false.
JAVAC_USE_DEPS:=@JAVAC_USE_DEPS@
# We can invoke javac: SINGLE_THREADED_BATCH or MULTI_CORE_CONCURRENT
JAVAC_USE_MODE:=@JAVAC_USE_MODE@

# The OpenJDK makefiles should be changed to using the standard
# configure output ..._CFLAGS and ..._LIBS. In the meantime we
# extract the information here.
FREETYPE2_LIB_PATH:=@FREETYPE2_LIB_PATH@
FREETYPE2_LIBS:=@FREETYPE2_LIBS@
FREETYPE2_CFLAGS:=@FREETYPE2_CFLAGS@
USING_SYSTEM_FT_LIB=@USING_SYSTEM_FT_LIB@
ALT_CUPS_HEADERS_PATH:=$(patsubst -I%,%,$(filter -I%,@CUPS_CFLAGS@))
CUPS_CFLAGS:=@CUPS_CFLAGS@

PACKAGE_PATH=@PACKAGE_PATH@

# Source file for cacerts
CACERTS_FILE=@CACERTS_FILE@

#MOZILLA_HEADERS_PATH:=

# Necessary additional compiler flags to compile X11 
X_CFLAGS:=@X_CFLAGS@
X_LIBS:=@X_LIBS@
OPENWIN_HOME:=@OPENWIN_HOME@

# There are two types: CC or CL
# CC is gcc and others behaving reasonably similar.
# CL is cl.exe only.
COMPILER_TYPE:=@COMPILER_TYPE@

CC_OUT_OPTION:=@CC_OUT_OPTION@
EXE_OUT_OPTION:=@EXE_OUT_OPTION@
LD_OUT_OPTION:=@LD_OUT_OPTION@
AR_OUT_OPTION:=@AR_OUT_OPTION@

# Flags used for overriding the default opt setting for a C/C++ source file.
C_O_FLAG_HIGHEST:=@C_O_FLAG_HIGHEST@
C_O_FLAG_HI:=@C_O_FLAG_HI@
C_O_FLAG_NORM:=@C_O_FLAG_NORM@
C_O_FLAG_NONE:=@C_O_FLAG_NONE@
CXX_O_FLAG_HIGHEST:=@CXX_O_FLAG_HIGHEST@
CXX_O_FLAG_HI:=@CXX_O_FLAG_HI@
CXX_O_FLAG_NORM:=@CXX_O_FLAG_NORM@
CXX_O_FLAG_NONE:=@CXX_O_FLAG_NONE@

C_FLAG_DEPS:=@C_FLAG_DEPS@
CXX_FLAG_DEPS:=@CXX_FLAG_DEPS@

# Tools that potentially need to be cross compilation aware.
CC:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @CCACHE@ @CC@

# CFLAGS used to compile the jdk native libraries (C-code)
CFLAGS_JDKLIB:=@CFLAGS_JDKLIB@
CXXFLAGS_JDKLIB:=@CXXFLAGS_JDKLIB@

# CFLAGS used to compile the jdk native launchers (C-code)
CFLAGS_JDKEXE:=@CFLAGS_JDKEXE@
CXXFLAGS_JDKEXE:=@CXXFLAGS_JDKEXE@

CXX:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @CCACHE@ @CXX@
#CXXFLAGS:=@CXXFLAGS@

OBJC:=@CCACHE@ @OBJC@
#OBJCFLAGS:=@OBJCFLAGS@

CPP:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @CPP@
#CPPFLAGS:=@CPPFLAGS@

# The linker can be gcc or ld on posix systems, or link.exe on winapi systems.
LD:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @LD@

# LDFLAGS used to link the jdk native libraries (C-code)
LDFLAGS_JDKLIB:=@LDFLAGS_JDKLIB@
LDFLAGS_JDKLIB_SUFFIX:=@LDFLAGS_JDKLIB_SUFFIX@

# On some platforms the linker cannot be used to create executables, thus
# the need for a separate LDEXE command.
LDEXE:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @LDEXE@

# LDFLAGS used to link the jdk native launchers (C-code)
LDFLAGS_JDKEXE:=@LDFLAGS_JDKEXE@
LDFLAGS_JDKEXE_SUFFIX:=@LDFLAGS_JDKEXE_SUFFIX@

# Sometimes a different linker is needed for c++ libs
LDCXX:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @LDCXX@
# The flags for linking libstdc++ linker.
LIBCXX:=@LIBCXX@

# Sometimes a different linker is needed for c++ executables
LDEXECXX:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @LDEXECXX@

# If cross compiling, then define CROSS_COMPILE_ARCH:=cpu_name here.
@DEFINE_CROSS_COMPILE_ARCH@
# The HOSTCC should really be named BUILDCC, ie build executable for
# the build platform. Same as CC when not cross compiling.
HOSTCC:=@HOSTCC@
HOSTCXX:=@HOSTCXX@
# And of course, the jdk spells HOSTCC as NIO_CC/HOST_CC 
HOST_CC:=@HOSTCC@
NIO_CC:=@HOSTCC@

AS:=@AS@
ASFLAGS:=@ASFLAGS@

# AR is used to create a static library (is ar in posix, lib.exe in winapi)
AR:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @AR@
ARFLAGS:=@ARFLAGS@

NM:=@NM@
STRIP:=@STRIP@
MCS:=@MCS@

# Command to create a shared library
SHARED_LIBRARY_FLAGS:=@SHARED_LIBRARY_FLAGS@

# Options to linker to specify a mapfile. 
# (Note absence of := assignment, because we do not want to evaluate the macro body here)
SET_SHARED_LIBRARY_MAPFILE=@SET_SHARED_LIBRARY_MAPFILE@

# Options for C/CXX compiler to be used if linking is performed
#   using reorder file
C_FLAG_REORDER:=@C_FLAG_REORDER@
CXX_FLAG_REORDER:=@CXX_FLAG_REORDER@

# Options to linker to specify the library name.
# (Note absence of := assignment, because we do not want to evaluate the macro body here)
SET_SHARED_LIBRARY_NAME=@SET_SHARED_LIBRARY_NAME@

# Set origin using the linker, ie use the relative path to the dependent library to find the dependees.
# (Note absence of := assignment, because we do not want to evaluate the macro body here)
SET_SHARED_LIBRARY_ORIGIN=@SET_SHARED_LIBRARY_ORIGIN@

# Different OS:es have different ways of naming shared libraries.
# The SHARED_LIBRARY macro takes "verify" as and argument and returns:
#    "libverify.so" or "libverify.dylib" or "verify.dll" depending on platform.
# (Note absence of := assignment, because we do not want to evaluate the macro body here)
SHARED_LIBRARY=@SHARED_LIBRARY@
STATIC_LIBRARY=@STATIC_LIBRARY@
LIBRARY_PREFIX:=@LIBRARY_PREFIX@
SHARED_LIBRARY_SUFFIX:=@SHARED_LIBRARY_SUFFIX@
STATIC_LIBRARY_SUFFIX:=@STATIC_LIBRARY_SUFFIX@
EXE_SUFFIX:=@EXE_SUFFIX@
OBJ_SUFFIX:=@OBJ_SUFFIX@

POST_STRIP_CMD:=@POST_STRIP_CMD@
POST_MCS_CMD:=@POST_MCS_CMD@

JAVA_FLAGS:=@BOOT_JDK_JVMARGS@

JAVA=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @JAVA@ $(JAVA_FLAGS)

JAVAC:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @JAVAC@
JAVAC_FLAGS:=@JAVAC_FLAGS@

JAVAH:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @JAVAH@

JAR:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @JAR@

RMIC:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @RMIC@

NATIVE2ASCII:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @NATIVE2ASCII@

BOOT_JAR_CMD:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @JAR@
BOOT_JAR_JFLAGS:=

# Base flags for RC
# Guarding this against resetting value. Legacy make files include spec multiple
# times.
ifndef RC_FLAGS
RC_FLAGS:=@RC_FLAGS@
endif

# A specific java binary with specific options can be used to run
# the long running background javac server and other long running tasks.
SERVER_JAVA:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @SERVER_JAVA@

# Tools adhering to a minimal and common standard of posix compliance.
AWK:=@AWK@
CAT:=@CAT@
CCACHE:=@CCACHE@
# CD is going away, but remains to cater for legacy makefiles.
CD:=cd
CHMOD:=@CHMOD@
CP:=@CP@
CPIO:=@CPIO@
CUT:=@CUT@
DATE:=@DATE@
DF:=@DF@
DIFF:=@DIFF@
FIND:=@FIND@
FIND_DELETE:=@FIND_DELETE@
ECHO:=@ECHO@
EGREP:=@EGREP@
FGREP:=@FGREP@
GREP:=@GREP@
HEAD:=@HEAD@
LS:=@LS@
LN:=@LN@
MKDIR:=@MKDIR@
MV:=@MV@
NAWK:=@NAWK@
PRINTF:=@PRINTF@
PWD:=@THEPWDCMD@
RM:=@RM@
SED:=@SED@
SH:=@SH@
SORT:=@SORT@
TAR:=@TAR@
TAIL:=@TAIL@
TEE:=@TEE@
TR:=@TR@
TOUCH:=@TOUCH@
WC:=@WC@
XARGS:=@XARGS@
ZIPEXE:=@ZIP@
ZIP:=@ZIP@
UNZIP:=@UNZIP@
MT:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @MT@
RC:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @RC@
DUMPBIN:=@UNCYGDRIVE@ @DUMPBIN@
CYGPATH:=@CYGPATH@
LDD:=@LDD@
OTOOL:=@OTOOL@
READELF:=@READELF@
EXPR:=@EXPR@
FILE:=@FILE@
HG:=@HG@

UNCYGDRIVE:=@UNCYGDRIVE@

# Where the build output is stored for your convenience.
BUILD_LOG:=@BUILD_LOG@
BUILD_LOG_WRAPPER:=@BUILD_LOG_WRAPPER@

# Build setup
ENABLE_DOCS:=@ENABLE_DOCS@
GENERATE_DOCS:=@ENABLE_DOCS@
DISABLE_NIMBUS:=@DISABLE_NIMBUS@
USE_EXTERNAL_LIBJPEG:=@USE_EXTERNAL_LIBJPEG@
USE_EXTERNAL_LIBGIF:=@USE_EXTERNAL_LIBGIF@
USE_EXTERNAL_LIBZ:=@USE_EXTERNAL_LIBZ@
CHECK_FOR_VCINSTALLDIR=@CHECK_FOR_VCINSTALLDIR@
MSVCRNN_DLL:=@MSVCR100DLL@

# ADD_SRCS takes a single argument with source roots
# and appends any corresponding source roots found
# below --with-add-source-root and below
# --with-override-source-root. It is the responsibility
# of the next macro to get rid of superfluous files.
ADD_SRCS=$1
ifneq (,$(ADD_SRC_ROOT))
    # Append wildcard rule to pickup any matching source roots found below ADD_SRC_ROOT 
    ADD_SRCS+=$(wildcard $(subst $(SRC_ROOT),$(ADD_SRC_ROOT),$1))
endif
ifneq (,$(OVERRIDE_SRC_ROOT))
    # Append wildcard rule to pickup any matching source roots found below OVERRIDE_SRC_ROOT 
    ADD_SRCS+=$(wildcard $(subst $(SRC_ROOT),$(OVERRIDE_SRC_ROOT),$1))
endif

# OVR_SRCS creates a filter expression to filter out sources in
# the original source directory that lie inside directories below
# --with-override-source-root.
# Use := here since we want to scan for these files here. To avoid recomputation later.
# We cannot do the scan in configure, since that would force us to rerun configure when
# we add overridden sources.
ifneq (,$(OVERRIDE_SRC_ROOT))
    OVR_SRCS:=$(addsuffix %,$(subst $(OVERRIDE_SRC_ROOT),$(SRC_ROOT),$(sort $(dir $(shell $(FIND) $(OVERRIDE_SRC_ROOT) -type f)))))
else
    OVR_SRCS:=
endif

####################################################
#
# INSTALLATION
#

# Common prefix for all installed files. Defaults to /usr/local,
# but /opt/myjdk is another common version. 
INSTALL_PREFIX=@prefix@

# Directories containing architecture-dependent files should be relative to exec_prefix
INSTALL_EXECPREFIX=@exec_prefix@

# java,javac,javah,javap etc are installed here.
INSTALL_BINDIR=@bindir@

# Read only architecture-independent data
INSTALL_DATADIR=@datadir@

# Root of above.
INSTALL_DATAROOTDIR=@datarootdir@

# Doc files, other than info and man.
INSTALL_DOCDIR=@docdir@

# Html documentation
INSTALL_HTMLDIR=@htmldir@

# Installing C header files, JNI headers for example.
INSTALL_INCLUDEDIR=@includedir@

# Installing library files....
INSTALL_INCLUDEDIR=@libdir@

# Executables that other programs run.
INSTALL_LIBEXECDIR=@libexecdir@

# Locale-dependent but architecture-independent data, such as message catalogs. 
INSTALL_LOCALEDIR=@localedir@

# Modifiable single-machine data
INSTALL_LOCALSTATEDIR=@localstatedir@

# Man pages
INSTALL_MANDIR=@mandir@

# Modifiable architecture-independent data.
INSTALL_SHAREDSTATEDIR=@sharedstatedir@

# Read-only single-machine data
INSTALL_SYSCONFDIR=@sysconfdir@


####################################################
#
# Misc
#

# Name of Service Agent library
SALIB_NAME=@SALIB_NAME@

# Control wether Hotspot runs Queens test after building
TEST_IN_BUILD=@TEST_IN_BUILD@

OS_VERSION_MAJOR:=@OS_VERSION_MAJOR@
OS_VERSION_MINOR:=@OS_VERSION_MINOR@
OS_VERSION_MICRO:=@OS_VERSION_MICRO@