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8148655: LOG=cmdlines and other build-infra fixes Reviewed-by: erikj
author ihse
date Tue, 02 Feb 2016 15:02:55 +0100
parents 1090777d4103
children a2a3930ed7c3
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# Configured @DATE_WHEN_CONFIGURED@ to build
# for target system @OPENJDK_TARGET_OS@-@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU@
#   (called @OPENJDK_TARGET_AUTOCONF_NAME@ by autoconf)
# on build system @OPENJDK_BUILD_OS@-@OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU@
#   (called @OPENJDK_BUILD_AUTOCONF_NAME@ by autoconf)
# using 'configure @CONFIGURE_COMMAND_LINE@'

# The command line given to configure.
CONFIGURE_COMMAND_LINE:=@CONFIGURE_COMMAND_LINE@

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

# SPACE is defined in MakeBase.gmk, but it is also used in := rules here for some
# toolchains, and is needed if MakeBase.gmk is not included before this file.
X:=
SPACE:=$(X) $(X)

# What make to use for main processing, after bootstrapping top-level Makefile.
MAKE := @MAKE@

# The default make arguments
MAKE_ARGS = $(MAKE_LOG_FLAGS) -r -R -I $(TOPDIR)/make/common SPEC=$(SPEC) \
    MAKE_LOG_FLAGS="$(MAKE_LOG_FLAGS)" LOG_LEVEL=$(LOG_LEVEL)

OUTPUT_SYNC_SUPPORTED:=@OUTPUT_SYNC_SUPPORTED@
OUTPUT_SYNC:=@OUTPUT_SYNC@

# Override the shell with bash
BASH:=@BASH@
BASH_ARGS:=@BASH_ARGS@
SHELL:=$(BASH) $(BASH_ARGS)

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

# The built jdk will run in this target system.
OPENJDK_TARGET_OS:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_OS@
OPENJDK_TARGET_OS_TYPE:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_OS_TYPE@
OPENJDK_TARGET_OS_ENV:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_OS_ENV@

OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU@
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_ARCH:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_ARCH@
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_BITS:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_BITS@
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_ENDIAN:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_ENDIAN@

COMPILE_TYPE:=@COMPILE_TYPE@

# Legacy support
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_ISADIR:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_ISADIR@
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_LIBDIR:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_LIBDIR@
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_LEGACY:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_LEGACY@
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_LEGACY_LIB:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_LEGACY_LIB@
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_OSARCH:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_OSARCH@
OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_JLI_CFLAGS:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_JLI_CFLAGS@
OPENJDK_TARGET_OS_EXPORT_DIR:=@OPENJDK_TARGET_OS_EXPORT_DIR@

# We are building on this build system.
# When not cross-compiling, it is the same as the target.
OPENJDK_BUILD_OS:=@OPENJDK_BUILD_OS@
OPENJDK_BUILD_OS_TYPE:=@OPENJDK_BUILD_OS_TYPE@
OPENJDK_BUILD_OS_ENV:=@OPENJDK_BUILD_OS_ENV@

OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU:=@OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU@
OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_ARCH:=@OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_ARCH@
OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_BITS:=@OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_BITS@
OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_ENDIAN:=@OPENJDK_BUILD_CPU_ENDIAN@

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

@SET_OPENJDK@
LIBM:=@LIBM@
LIBDL:=@LIBDL@

# colon or semicolon
PATH_SEP:=@PATH_SEP@

# Save the original path before replacing it with the Visual Studio tools
ORIGINAL_PATH:=@ORIGINAL_PATH@
ifeq ($(OPENJDK_TARGET_OS), windows)
  # On Windows, the Visual Studio toolchain needs the PATH to be adjusted
  # to include Visual Studio tools (this needs to be in cygwin/msys style).
  export PATH:=@VS_PATH@
endif

SYSROOT_CFLAGS := @SYSROOT_CFLAGS@
SYSROOT_LDFLAGS := @SYSROOT_LDFLAGS@

# The top-level directory of the forest (SRC_ROOT is a traditional alias)
TOPDIR:=@TOPDIR@
# These two versions of TOPDIR are used in string comparisons
ORIGINAL_TOPDIR:=@ORIGINAL_TOPDIR@
CANONICAL_TOPDIR:=@CANONICAL_TOPDIR@
SRC_ROOT:=@TOPDIR@

OUTPUT_ROOT:=@OUTPUT_ROOT@
JDK_TOPDIR:=@JDK_TOPDIR@
LANGTOOLS_TOPDIR:=@LANGTOOLS_TOPDIR@
CORBA_TOPDIR:=@CORBA_TOPDIR@
JAXP_TOPDIR:=@JAXP_TOPDIR@
JAXWS_TOPDIR:=@JAXWS_TOPDIR@
HOTSPOT_TOPDIR:=@HOTSPOT_TOPDIR@
NASHORN_TOPDIR:=@NASHORN_TOPDIR@
COPYRIGHT_YEAR:=@COPYRIGHT_YEAR@

# New (JEP-223) version information

## Building blocks of the version string
# First three version numbers, with well-specified meanings (numerical)
VERSION_MAJOR := @VERSION_MAJOR@
VERSION_MINOR := @VERSION_MINOR@
VERSION_SECURITY := @VERSION_SECURITY@
# Optional fourth element for use by OpenJDK consumers (numerical)
VERSION_PATCH := @VERSION_PATCH@
# The pre-release identifier (string)
VERSION_PRE := @VERSION_PRE@
# The build number (numerical)
VERSION_BUILD := @VERSION_BUILD@
# Optional build information (string)
VERSION_OPT := @VERSION_OPT@

## Composite variables
# The version number as a dot separated sequence of numbers, e.g. 9.0.1
VERSION_NUMBER := @VERSION_NUMBER@
# VERSION_NUMBER but always with exactly 4 positions, with 0 for empty positions.
VERSION_NUMBER_FOUR_POSITIONS := @VERSION_NUMBER_FOUR_POSITIONS@
# The complete version string, with additional build information
VERSION_STRING := @VERSION_STRING@
# The short version string, without trailing zeroes and just PRE, if present.
VERSION_SHORT := @VERSION_SHORT@
# The Java specification version. It should be equal to version number.
VERSION_SPECIFICATION := @VERSION_NUMBER@
# A GA version is defined by the PRE string being empty. Rather than testing for
# that, this variable defines it with true/false.
VERSION_IS_GA := @VERSION_IS_GA@

# Convenience CFLAGS settings for passing version information into native programs.
VERSION_CFLAGS := \
    -DVERSION_MAJOR=$(VERSION_MAJOR) \
    -DVERSION_MINOR=$(VERSION_MINOR) \
    -DVERSION_SECURITY=$(VERSION_SECURITY) \
    -DVERSION_PATCH=$(VERSION_PATCH) \
    -DVERSION_PRE='"$(VERSION_PRE)"' \
    -DVERSION_BUILD=$(VERSION_BUILD) \
    -DVERSION_OPT='"$(VERSION_OPT)"' \
    -DVERSION_NUMBER='"$(VERSION_NUMBER)"' \
    -DVERSION_STRING='"$(VERSION_STRING)"' \
    -DVERSION_SHORT='"$(VERSION_SHORT)"' \
    -DVERSION_SPECIFICATION='"$(VERSION_SPECIFICATION)"' \
    #

# Platform naming variables
LAUNCHER_NAME:=@LAUNCHER_NAME@
PRODUCT_NAME:=@PRODUCT_NAME@
PRODUCT_SUFFIX:=@PRODUCT_SUFFIX@
JDK_RC_PLATFORM_NAME:=@JDK_RC_PLATFORM_NAME@
COMPANY_NAME:=@COMPANY_NAME@
MACOSX_BUNDLE_NAME_BASE=@MACOSX_BUNDLE_NAME_BASE@
MACOSX_BUNDLE_ID_BASE=@MACOSX_BUNDLE_ID_BASE@
USERNAME:=@USERNAME@

# Different naming strings generated from the above information.
RUNTIME_NAME=$(PRODUCT_NAME) $(PRODUCT_SUFFIX)

# 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@

# 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@

# These are the libjvms that we want to build.
# The java launcher uses the default.
# The others can be selected by specifying -client -server -minimal1 -zero or -zeroshark
# on the java launcher command line.
JVM_VARIANTS:=@JVM_VARIANTS@
JVM_VARIANT_SERVER:=@JVM_VARIANT_SERVER@
JVM_VARIANT_CLIENT:=@JVM_VARIANT_CLIENT@
JVM_VARIANT_MINIMAL1:=@JVM_VARIANT_MINIMAL1@
JVM_VARIANT_ZERO:=@JVM_VARIANT_ZERO@
JVM_VARIANT_ZEROSHARK:=@JVM_VARIANT_ZEROSHARK@
JVM_VARIANT_CORE:=@JVM_VARIANT_CORE@

# Universal binaries on macosx
MACOSX_UNIVERSAL=@MACOSX_UNIVERSAL@

# Legacy setting: -debug or -fastdebug
# Still used in version string...
BUILD_VARIANT_RELEASE:=@BUILD_VARIANT_RELEASE@

# JDK_OUTPUTDIR specifies 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.
#
# When you run "make install" it will create the standardized
# layout for the jdk and the jre inside the IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR subdir.
# Then it will copy the contents of the jdk into the installation
# directory.

BUILD_OUTPUT:=@BUILD_OUTPUT@
# Colon left out to be able to override IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR for bootcycle-images
SUPPORT_OUTPUTDIR=$(BUILD_OUTPUT)/support
BUILDTOOLS_OUTPUTDIR=$(BUILD_OUTPUT)/buildtools

HOTSPOT_OUTPUTDIR=$(BUILD_OUTPUT)/hotspot
JDK_OUTPUTDIR=$(BUILD_OUTPUT)/jdk
IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR=$(BUILD_OUTPUT)/images
TESTMAKE_OUTPUTDIR=$(BUILD_OUTPUT)/test-make
MAKESUPPORT_OUTPUTDIR=$(BUILD_OUTPUT)/make-support
# This does not get overridden in a bootcycle build
CONFIGURESUPPORT_OUTPUTDIR:=@CONFIGURESUPPORT_OUTPUTDIR@

HOTSPOT_DIST=@HOTSPOT_DIST@

BUILD_HOTSPOT=@BUILD_HOTSPOT@

# The boot jdk to use. This is overridden in bootcycle-spec.gmk. Make sure to keep
# it in sync.
BOOT_JDK:=@BOOT_JDK@

# 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@
MEMORY_SIZE:=@MEMORY_SIZE@
# Enable sjavac support = use a javac server,
# multi core javac compilation and dependency tracking.
ENABLE_SJAVAC:=@ENABLE_SJAVAC@
ENABLE_JAVAC_SERVER:=@ENABLE_JAVAC_SERVER@
# Store sjavac server synchronization files here, and
# the sjavac server log files.
SJAVAC_SERVER_DIR=$(MAKESUPPORT_OUTPUTDIR)/javacservers

# Number of parallel jobs to use for compilation
JOBS?=@JOBS@
TEST_JOBS?=@TEST_JOBS@

# Default make target
DEFAULT_MAKE_TARGET:=@DEFAULT_MAKE_TARGET@

FREETYPE_LIBS:=@FREETYPE_LIBS@
FREETYPE_CFLAGS:=@FREETYPE_CFLAGS@
FREETYPE_BUNDLE_LIB_PATH=@FREETYPE_BUNDLE_LIB_PATH@
CUPS_CFLAGS:=@CUPS_CFLAGS@
ALSA_LIBS:=@ALSA_LIBS@
ALSA_CFLAGS:=@ALSA_CFLAGS@
LIBFFI_LIBS:=@LIBFFI_LIBS@
LIBFFI_CFLAGS:=@LIBFFI_CFLAGS@

PACKAGE_PATH=@PACKAGE_PATH@

# Source file for cacerts
CACERTS_FILE=@CACERTS_FILE@

# Enable unlimited crypto policy
UNLIMITED_CRYPTO=@UNLIMITED_CRYPTO@

GCOV_ENABLED=@GCOV_ENABLED@

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

# The lowest required version of macosx to enforce compatiblity for
MACOSX_VERSION_MIN=@MACOSX_VERSION_MIN@

# Toolchain type: gcc, clang, solstudio, lxc, microsoft...
TOOLCHAIN_TYPE:=@TOOLCHAIN_TYPE@
TOOLCHAIN_VERSION := @TOOLCHAIN_VERSION@

# Option used to tell the compiler whether to create 32- or 64-bit executables
COMPILER_TARGET_BITS_FLAG:=@COMPILER_TARGET_BITS_FLAG@
COMPILER_SUPPORTS_TARGET_BITS_FLAG=@COMPILER_SUPPORTS_TARGET_BITS_FLAG@

# Option used to pass a command file to the compiler
COMPILER_COMMAND_FILE_FLAG:=@COMPILER_COMMAND_FILE_FLAG@

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@

DISABLE_WARNING_PREFIX := @DISABLE_WARNING_PREFIX@
CFLAGS_WARNINGS_ARE_ERRORS:=@CFLAGS_WARNINGS_ARE_ERRORS@

# A global flag (true or false) determining if native warnings are considered errors.
WARNINGS_AS_ERRORS := @WARNINGS_AS_ERRORS@

CFLAGS_CCACHE:=@CFLAGS_CCACHE@

# Tools that potentially need to be cross compilation aware.
CC:=@FIXPATH@ @CCACHE@ @ICECC@ @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:=@FIXPATH@ @CCACHE@ @ICECC@ @CXX@
#CXXFLAGS:=@CXXFLAGS@

CPP:=@FIXPATH@ @CPP@
#CPPFLAGS:=@CPPFLAGS@

# The linker can be gcc or ld on unix systems, or link.exe on windows systems.
LD:=@FIXPATH@ @LD@

# Xcode SDK path
SDKROOT:=@SDKROOT@

# The linker on older SuSE distros (e.g. on SLES 10) complains with:
# "Invalid version tag `SUNWprivate_1.1'. Only anonymous version tag is allowed in executable."
# if feeded with a version script which contains named tags.
USING_BROKEN_SUSE_LD:=@USING_BROKEN_SUSE_LD@

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

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

# LDFLAGS specific to C++ linking.
LDFLAGS_CXX_JDK:=@LDFLAGS_CXX_JDK@

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

# Compiler and linker flags used when building native tests
CFLAGS_TESTLIB:=@CFLAGS_TESTLIB@
CXXFLAGS_TESTLIB:=@CXXFLAGS_TESTLIB@
CFLAGS_TESTEXE:=@CFLAGS_TESTEXE@
CXXFLAGS_TESTEXE:=@CXXFLAGS_TESTEXE@
LDFLAGS_TESTLIB:=@LDFLAGS_TESTLIB@
LDFLAGS_TESTEXE:=@LDFLAGS_TESTEXE@

# BUILD_CC/BUILD_LD is a compiler/linker that generates code that is runnable on the
# build platform.
BUILD_CC:=@FIXPATH@ @BUILD_ICECC@ @BUILD_CC@
BUILD_CXX:=@FIXPATH@ @BUILD_ICECC@ @BUILD_CXX@
BUILD_LD:=@FIXPATH@ @BUILD_LD@
BUILD_LDCXX:=@FIXPATH@ @BUILD_LDCXX@
BUILD_AS:=@FIXPATH@ @BUILD_AS@
BUILD_AR:=@FIXPATH@ @BUILD_AR@
BUILD_NM:=@FIXPATH@ @BUILD_NM@
BUILD_SYSROOT_CFLAGS:=@BUILD_SYSROOT_CFLAGS@
BUILD_SYSROOT_LDFLAGS:=@BUILD_SYSROOT_LDFLAGS@

AS:=@FIXPATH@ @AS@

# AR is used to create a static library (is ar in unix, lib.exe in windows)
AR:=@FIXPATH@ @AR@
ARFLAGS:=@ARFLAGS@

NM:=@NM@
GNM:=@GNM@
STRIP:=@STRIP@

LIPO:=@LIPO@

# 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 for generating debug symbols
COMPILE_WITH_DEBUG_SYMBOLS := @COMPILE_WITH_DEBUG_SYMBOLS@
COPY_DEBUG_SYMBOLS := @COPY_DEBUG_SYMBOLS@
ZIP_EXTERNAL_DEBUG_SYMBOLS := @ZIP_EXTERNAL_DEBUG_SYMBOLS@

CFLAGS_DEBUG_SYMBOLS:=@CFLAGS_DEBUG_SYMBOLS@
CXXFLAGS_DEBUG_SYMBOLS:=@CXXFLAGS_DEBUG_SYMBOLS@

#
# Compress (or not) jars
COMPRESS_JARS=@COMPRESS_JARS@

# 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@

SHARED_LIBRARY_FLAGS=@SHARED_LIBRARY_FLAGS@

# 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@
SET_EXECUTABLE_ORIGIN=@SET_EXECUTABLE_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@
STATIC_BUILD:=@STATIC_BUILD@

STRIPFLAGS:=@STRIPFLAGS@

JAVA_FLAGS:=@JAVA_FLAGS@
JAVA_FLAGS_BIG:=@JAVA_FLAGS_BIG@
JAVA_FLAGS_SMALL:=@JAVA_FLAGS_SMALL@
JAVA_FLAGS_JAVAC:=@JAVA_FLAGS_JAVAC@
JAVA_TOOL_FLAGS_SMALL:=@JAVA_TOOL_FLAGS_SMALL@
SJAVAC_SERVER_JAVA_FLAGS:=@SJAVAC_SERVER_JAVA_FLAGS@

# The *_CMD variables are defined separately to be easily overridden in bootcycle-spec.gmk
# for bootcycle-images build. Make sure to keep them in sync. Do not use the *_CMD
# versions of the variables directly.
JAVA_CMD:=@JAVA@
JAVAC_CMD:=@JAVAC@
JAVAH_CMD:=@JAVAH@
JAR_CMD:=@JAR@
JARSIGNER_CMD:=@JARSIGNER@
SJAVAC_SERVER_JAVA_CMD:=@SJAVAC_SERVER_JAVA@
# These variables are meant to be used. They are defined with = instead of := to make
# it possible to override only the *_CMD variables.
JAVA=@FIXPATH@ $(JAVA_CMD) $(JAVA_FLAGS_BIG) $(JAVA_FLAGS)
JAVA_SMALL=@FIXPATH@ $(JAVA_CMD) $(JAVA_FLAGS_SMALL) $(JAVA_FLAGS)
JAVA_JAVAC=@FIXPATH@ $(JAVA_CMD) $(JAVA_FLAGS_JAVAC) $(JAVA_FLAGS)
JAVAC=@FIXPATH@ $(JAVAC_CMD)
JAVAH=@FIXPATH@ $(JAVAH_CMD)
JAR=@FIXPATH@ $(JAR_CMD)
JARSIGNER=@FIXPATH@ $(JARSIGNER_CMD)
# A specific java binary with specific options can be used to run
# the long running background sjavac servers and other long running tasks.
SJAVAC_SERVER_JAVA=@FIXPATH@ @FIXPATH_DETACH_FLAG@ $(SJAVAC_SERVER_JAVA_CMD) \
    $(SJAVAC_SERVER_JAVA_FLAGS)

# Hotspot sets this variable before reading the SPEC when compiling sa-jdi.jar. Avoid
# overriding that value by using ?=.
JAVAC_FLAGS?=@JAVAC_FLAGS@

# You run the new javac using the boot jdk with $(BOOT_JDK)/bin/java $(NEW_JAVAC) ...
# Use = assignment to be able to override in bootcycle-spec.gmk
INTERIM_LANGTOOLS_JAR = $(BUILDTOOLS_OUTPUTDIR)/interim_langtools.jar
INTERIM_LANGTOOLS_ARGS = "-Xbootclasspath/p:$(INTERIM_LANGTOOLS_JAR)" -cp $(INTERIM_LANGTOOLS_JAR)
NEW_JAVAC   = $(INTERIM_LANGTOOLS_ARGS) com.sun.tools.javac.Main
NEW_JAVADOC = $(INTERIM_LANGTOOLS_ARGS) jdk.javadoc.internal.tool.Main 

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

# Tools adhering to a minimal and common standard of posix compliance.
AWK:=@AWK@
BASENAME:=@BASENAME@
CAT:=@CAT@
CCACHE:=@CCACHE@
# CD is going away, but remains to cater for legacy makefiles.
CD:=cd
CHMOD:=@CHMOD@
CODESIGN:=@CODESIGN@
COMM:=@COMM@
CP:=@CP@
CPIO:=@CPIO@
CUT:=@CUT@
DATE:=@DATE@
DIFF:=@DIFF@
DIRNAME:=@DIRNAME@
DSYMUTIL:=@DSYMUTIL@
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@
NICE:=@NICE@
PATCH:=@PATCH@
PRINTF:=@PRINTF@
PWD:=@THEPWDCMD@
RM:=@RM@
RMDIR:=@RMDIR@
SED:=@SED@
SH:=@SH@
SORT:=@SORT@
TAR:=@TAR@
TAIL:=@TAIL@
TEE:=@TEE@
TIME:=@TIME@
IS_GNU_TIME:=@IS_GNU_TIME@
TR:=@TR@
TOUCH:=@TOUCH@
UNIQ:=@UNIQ@
WC:=@WC@
XARGS:=@XARGS@
ZIPEXE:=@ZIP@
ZIP:=@ZIP@
UNZIP:=@UNZIP@
MT:=@FIXPATH@ @MT@
RC:=@FIXPATH@ @RC@
DUMPBIN:=@FIXPATH@ @DUMPBIN@
CYGPATH:=@CYGPATH@
LDD:=@LDD@
OTOOL:=@OTOOL@
READELF:=@READELF@
EXPR:=@EXPR@
FILE:=@FILE@
HG:=@HG@
OBJCOPY:=@OBJCOPY@
SETFILE:=@SETFILE@
XATTR:=@XATTR@
JT_HOME:=@JT_HOME@
JTREGEXE:=@JTREGEXE@
XCODEBUILD=@XCODEBUILD@
FIXPATH:=@FIXPATH@

# Build setup
ENABLE_JFR=@ENABLE_JFR@
ENABLE_INTREE_EC=@ENABLE_INTREE_EC@
USE_EXTERNAL_LIBJPEG:=@USE_EXTERNAL_LIBJPEG@
USE_EXTERNAL_LIBGIF:=@USE_EXTERNAL_LIBGIF@
USE_EXTERNAL_LIBZ:=@USE_EXTERNAL_LIBZ@
LIBZIP_CAN_USE_MMAP:=@LIBZIP_CAN_USE_MMAP@
MSVCR_DLL:=@MSVCR_DLL@
MSVCP_DLL:=@MSVCP_DLL@

####################################################
#
# 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@

####################################################
#
# Libraries
#

USE_EXTERNAL_LCMS:=@USE_EXTERNAL_LCMS@
LCMS_CFLAGS:=@LCMS_CFLAGS@
LCMS_LIBS:=@LCMS_LIBS@

USE_EXTERNAL_LIBPNG:=@USE_EXTERNAL_LIBPNG@
PNG_LIBS:=@PNG_LIBS@
PNG_CFLAGS:=@PNG_CFLAGS@


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

INCLUDE_SA=@INCLUDE_SA@

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

# Images directory definitions
JDK_IMAGE_SUBDIR:=jdk
JRE_IMAGE_SUBDIR:=jre

# Colon left out to be able to override output dir for bootcycle-images
JDK_IMAGE_DIR=$(IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR)/$(JDK_IMAGE_SUBDIR)
JRE_IMAGE_DIR=$(IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR)/$(JRE_IMAGE_SUBDIR)

# Test image, as above
TEST_IMAGE_SUBDIR:=test
TEST_IMAGE_DIR=$(IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR)/$(TEST_IMAGE_SUBDIR)

# Symbols image
SYMBOLS_IMAGE_SUBDIR:=symbols
SYMBOLS_IMAGE_DIR=$(IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR)/$(SYMBOLS_IMAGE_SUBDIR)

# Macosx bundles directory definitions
JDK_MACOSX_BUNDLE_SUBDIR=jdk-bundle/jdk-$(VERSION_NUMBER).jdk/Contents
JRE_MACOSX_BUNDLE_SUBDIR=jre-bundle/jre-$(VERSION_NUMBER).jre/Contents
JDK_MACOSX_BUNDLE_DIR=$(IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR)/$(JDK_MACOSX_BUNDLE_SUBDIR)
JRE_MACOSX_BUNDLE_DIR=$(IMAGES_OUTPUTDIR)/$(JRE_MACOSX_BUNDLE_SUBDIR)

# This macro is called to allow inclusion of closed source counterparts.
# Unless overridden in closed sources, it expands to nothing.
# Usage: This function is called in an open makefile, with the following
# arguments:
# $1 the name of the repo, or empty if the top-level repo.
# $2 the name of the makefile
define IncludeCustomExtension
endef

# Include the custom-spec.gmk file if it exists
-include $(dir @SPEC@)/custom-spec.gmk