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6727683: Cleanup use of COMPILER_WARNINGS_FATAL in makefiles Reviewed-by: tbell
author ohair
date Sun, 27 Jul 2008 18:42:57 -0700
parents 89d30b258517
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#
# Copyright 1999-2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
# DO NOT ALTER OR REMOVE COPYRIGHT NOTICES OR THIS FILE HEADER.
#
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#
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# CA 95054 USA or visit www.sun.com if you need additional information or
# have any questions.
#

#
# Makefile to specify compiler flags for programs and libraries
# targeted to Windows builds.  Should not contain any rules.
#
# WARNING: This file is shared with other workspaces. 
#          So when it includes other files, it must use JDK_TOPDIR.
#

# Get shared JDK settings
include $(JDK_MAKE_SHARED_DIR)/Defs.gmk

# CC compiler object code output directive flag value
CC_OBJECT_OUTPUT_FLAG = -Fo
CC_PROGRAM_OUTPUT_FLAG = -Fe

# The suffix applied to the library name for FDLIBM
FDDLIBM_SUFFIX = lib
# The suffix applied to scripts (.bat for windows, nothing for unix)
SCRIPT_SUFFIX = .bat

HPIS = windows
# LIB_LOCATION, which for windows identifies where .exe files go, may be
# set by each GNUmakefile. The default is BINDIR.
ifndef LIB_LOCATION
  LIB_LOCATION = $(BINDIR)
endif # LIB_LOCATION

ifndef PLATFORM_SRC
  PLATFORM_SRC  = $(BUILDDIR)/../src/windows
endif # PLATFORM_SRC

# Platform specific closed sources
ifndef OPENJDK
  ifndef CLOSED_PLATFORM_SRC
    CLOSED_PLATFORM_SRC  = $(BUILDDIR)/../src/closed/windows
  endif
endif

# for backwards compatability, the old "win32" is used here instead of 
# the more proper "windows"
PLATFORM_INCLUDE_NAME = win32
PLATFORM_INCLUDE      = $(INCLUDEDIR)/$(PLATFORM_INCLUDE_NAME)

# The following DLL's are considered MS runtime libraries and should
#     not to be REBASEd, see deploy/make/common/Release.gmk.
#     msvcrt.dll, msvcr71.dll: Microsoft runtimes
MS_RUNTIME_LIBRARIES = msvcrt.dll
ifeq ($(ARCH_DATA_MODEL), 32)
  ifeq ($(COMPILER_VERSION), VS2003)
    MS_RUNTIME_LIBRARIES += msvcr71.dll
  endif
endif


EXTRA_LFLAGS += /LIBPATH:$(DXSDK_LIB_PATH)

# C Compiler flag definitions

#
# Default optimization
#
ifeq ($(CC_VERSION),msvc)
  # Visual Studio .NET 2003 or VS2003 compiler option definitions:
  #   -O1      Favors reduced size over speed (-Og     -Os -Oy -Ob2 -Gs -GF -Gy)
  #   -O2      Favors speed over reduced size (-Og -Oi -Ot -Oy -Ob2 -Gs -GF -Gy)
  #   -Ox      Full optimization (use -O2)    (-Og -Oi -Ot -Oy -Ob2)
  #              (Removed in Visual Studio 2005 or VS2005)
  #   -Ob2     More aggressive inlining
  #   -Og      Global optimizations
  #   -Oi      Replace some functions with intrinsic or special forms
  #   -Op      Improve floating point calculations (disables some optimizations)
  #              (Replaced with -fp:precise in VS2005, /Op is default now)
  #   -Os      Favor small code
  #   -Ot      Favor faster code
  #   -Oy      Frame pointer omission
  #   -GB      Optimize for pentium (old VC6 option?)
  #   -G6      VS2003 version of -GB?
  #   -GF      Pool strings in read-only memory
  #   -Gf      Pool strings in read-write memory (the default)
  #   -Gs      Controls stack probess
  #   -GS      Adds buffer overflow checks on stacks
  #              (Default in VS2005)
  #   -GX      Enables exception handling 
  #              (Replaced with /EHsc in VS2005)
  #   -Gy      Function level linking only
  #
  # NOTE: With VC6, -Ox included -Gs.
  # NOTE: With VC6, -Ox, -O1, and -O2 used -Ob1, not -Ob2.
  # NOTE: With VC6, -O1 and -O2 used -Gf, not -GF.
  #
  ifeq ($(COMPILER_VERSION), VC6)
    # VC6 (6.2) msvc compiler (the way Tiger and early Mustang were built)
    # Automatic precompiled header option to use (if COMPILE_APPROACH=batch)
    AUTOMATIC_PCH_OPTION =
    GX_OPTION = -GX
    ifeq ($(ARCH_DATA_MODEL), 32)
      CC_HIGHEST_OPT = -Ox -Gy -Os -GB
      CC_HIGHER_OPT  = -Ox -Gy -Os -GB
      CC_LOWER_OPT   = -Ox -Gy -Os -GB
    else
      CC_HIGHEST_OPT = -Ox -Gy -Op
      CC_HIGHER_OPT  = -Ox -Gy -Op
      CC_LOWER_OPT   = -Ox -Gy -Op
    endif
  endif
  ifeq ($(COMPILER_VERSION), VS2003)
    # Automatic precompiled header option to use (if COMPILE_APPROACH=batch)
    AUTOMATIC_PCH_OPTION = -YX
    # Also known as VC7 compiler
    GX_OPTION = -GX
    ifeq ($(ARCH_DATA_MODEL), 32)
      # Lowered opt level to try and reduce footprint, dll size especially.
      #     Was: CC_HIGHEST_OPT = -O2 -G6
      #     Was: CC_HIGHER_OPT  = -O2
      CC_HIGHEST_OPT = -O2
      CC_HIGHER_OPT  = -O1
      CC_LOWER_OPT   = -O1
    else
      CC_HIGHEST_OPT = -O2 -Op
      CC_HIGHER_OPT  = -O2 -Op
      CC_LOWER_OPT   = -O1 -Op
    endif
  endif
  ifeq ($(COMPILER_VERSION), VS2005)
    # Automatic precompiled header option to use (if COMPILE_APPROACH=batch)
    AUTOMATIC_PCH_OPTION =
    # VS2005 compiler, only with Platform SDK right now?
    GX_OPTION = -EHsc
    ifeq ($(ARCH_DATA_MODEL), 32)
      CC_HIGHEST_OPT = -O2
      CC_HIGHER_OPT  = -O1
      CC_LOWER_OPT   = -O1
    else
      CC_HIGHEST_OPT = -O2
      CC_HIGHER_OPT  = -O1
      CC_LOWER_OPT   = -O1
    endif
  endif
  CC_NO_OPT      = -Od
else # CC_VERSION
  # GCC not supported, but left for historical reference...
  CC_HIGHEST_OPT = -O3
  CC_HIGHER_OPT  = -O2
  CC_LOWER_OPT   = -O2
  CC_NO_OPT      = 
endif

# If NO_OPTIMIZATIONS is defined in the environment, turn all optimzations off
ifdef NO_OPTIMIZATIONS
  CC_HIGHEST_OPT = $(CC_NO_OPT)
  CC_HIGHER_OPT  = $(CC_NO_OPT)
  CC_LOWER_OPT   = $(CC_NO_OPT)
endif

ifeq ($(PRODUCT), java)
    _OPT = $(CC_HIGHER_OPT)
else
    _OPT = $(CC_LOWER_OPT)
endif

# Select the runtime support library carefully, need to be consistent
#
# VS2003 compiler option definitions:
#   -MD        Use dynamic multi-threaded runtime library
#   -MDd       Use debug version (don't use, doesn't mix with -MD DLL's)
#   -MT        Use static multi-threaded runtime library (-ML is going away)
#   -MTd       Use static debug version (better than -MDd, no runtime issues)
#   -D_DEBUG   Change use of malloc/free/etc to use special debug ones (-MTd)
#
#      NOTE: We also will use /D _STATIC_CPPLIB  so we don't need msvcp71.dll
#
ifeq ($(MS_RUNTIME_STATIC),true)
  MS_RUNTIME_OPTION=-MT
else
  MS_RUNTIME_OPTION=-MD
endif
# The _DEBUG macro option (changes things like malloc to use debug version)
MS_RUNTIME_DEBUG_OPTION=
MS_RC_DEBUG_OPTION=
# Externally set environment variable can force any build to use the debug vers
ifeq ($(MFC_DEBUG), true)
  ifeq ($(MS_RUNTIME_STATIC),true)
    MS_RUNTIME_OPTION=-MTd
  else
    # This MS debugging flag forces a dependence on the debug
    #     version of the runtime library (MSVCRTD.DLL), as does -MDd.
    #     We cannot re-distribute this debug runtime.
    MS_RUNTIME_OPTION=-MDd
  endif
  MS_RUNTIME_DEBUG_OPTION= -D_DEBUG
  MS_RC_DEBUG_OPTION= -d _DEBUG
endif

# Always add _STATIC_CPPLIB definition
STATIC_CPPLIB_OPTION = /D _STATIC_CPPLIB
MS_RUNTIME_OPTION += $(STATIC_CPPLIB_OPTION)

ifeq ($(CC_VERSION),msvc)
  # VS2003 compiler option definitions:
  #   -Zi      Cause *.pdb file to be created, full debug information
  #   -Z7      Full debug inside the .obj, no .pdb
  #   -Zd      Basic debug, no local variables? In the .obj
  #   -Zl      Don't add runtime library name to obj file?
  #   -Od      Turns off optimization and speeds compilation
  #   -YX -Fp/.../foobar.pch   Use precompiled headers (try someday?)
  #   -nologo  Don't print out startup message
  #   /D _STATIC_CPPLIB  
  #            Use static link for the C++ runtime (so msvcp71.dll not needed)
  #   
  CFLAGS_COMMON  += -Zi -nologo
  CFLAGS_OPT      = $(POPT)
  CFLAGS_DBG      = -Od $(MS_RUNTIME_DEBUG_OPTION)

  # Starting from VS2005 the wchar_t is handled as a built-in C/C++ data type
  # by default. However, we expect the wchar_t to be a typedef to the
  # unsigned short data type. The -Zc:wchar_t- option restores the old
  # behavior (as seen in VS2003) to avoid massive code modifications.
  # When/if our code will be "C/C++ Standard"-compliant (at least in the area
  # of handling the wchar_t type), the option won't be necessary.
  ifeq ($(ARCH_DATA_MODEL), 32)
    CFLAGS_VS2005 += -Zc:wchar_t-
  else
    # The 64bit Platform SDK we use (April 2005) doesn't like this option
    ifneq ($(CC_VER), 14.00.40310.41)
      CFLAGS_VS2005 += -Zc:wchar_t-
    endif
  endif

  # All builds get the same runtime setting
  CFLAGS_COMMON += $(MS_RUNTIME_OPTION) $(CFLAGS_$(COMPILER_VERSION))
  

  LDEBUG = /debug
  
  ifeq ($(VTUNE_SUPPORT), true)
    OTHER_CFLAGS = -Z7 -Ox 
    LDEBUG += /pdb:NONE
  endif
  
  # The new Platform SDK and VS2005 has /GS as a default and requires 
  #    bufferoverflowU.lib on the link command line, otherwise 
  #    we get missing __security_check_cookie externals at link time. 
  BUFFEROVERFLOWLIB = bufferoverflowU.lib
  # Always add bufferoverflowU.lib to VS2005 link commands (pack uses LDDFLAGS)
  LFLAGS_VS2005 = $(BUFFEROVERFLOWLIB)

  # LFLAGS are the flags given to $(LINK) and used to build the actual DLL file
  BASELFLAGS = -nologo /opt:REF /incremental:no
  LFLAGS = $(BASELFLAGS) $(LDEBUG) $(EXTRA_LFLAGS) $(LFLAGS_$(COMPILER_VERSION))
  LDDFLAGS += $(LFLAGS_$(COMPILER_VERSION))
  
endif

#
# Preprocessor macro definitions
#
CPPFLAGS_COMMON = -DWIN32 -DIAL -D_LITTLE_ENDIAN
ifeq ($(ARCH), amd64)
  CPPFLAGS_COMMON += -D_AMD64_ -Damd64
else
  CPPFLAGS_COMMON += -D_X86_ -Dx86 
endif
CPPFLAGS_COMMON += -DWIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN

#
# Output options (use specific filenames to avoid parallel compile errors)
#
CFLAGS_COMMON += -Fd$(OBJDIR)/$(basename $(@F)).pdb -Fm$(OBJDIR)/$(basename $(@F)).map

#
# Use -wdNNNN to disable warning NNNN.
#   C4800 is a warning about bool performance casts (can't make go away)
#
COMPILER_WARNINGS_TO_IGNORE = 4800
CFLAGS_COMMON += $(COMPILER_WARNINGS_TO_IGNORE:%=-wd%)

#
# Add warnings and extra on 64bit issues
#
ifeq ($(ARCH_DATA_MODEL), 64)
  CFLAGS_COMMON += -Wp64 
endif

#
# Treat compiler warnings as errors, if requested
#
CFLAGS_COMMON += -W$(COMPILER_WARNING_LEVEL)
ifeq ($(COMPILER_WARNINGS_FATAL),true)
  CFLAGS_COMMON += -WX
endif

CPPFLAGS_OPT    = 
CPPFLAGS_DBG    = -DDEBUG -DLOGGING

CXXFLAGS_COMMON = $(CFLAGS_COMMON)
CXXFLAGS_OPT    = $(CFLAGS_OPT)
CXXFLAGS_DBG    = $(CFLAGS_DBG)

ifneq ($(LIBRARY),fdlibm)
  EXTRA_LIBS += advapi32.lib
endif

#
# Path and option to link against the VM, if you have to. 
#
JVMLIB = $(LIBDIR)/jvm.lib
JAVALIB = $(LIBDIR)/java.lib

ifeq ($(CC_VERSION), msvc)
  CC_DEPEND        = -FD
  CC_DEPEND_FILTER = 
else # CC_VERSION
# not supported, but left for historical reference...
  CC_DEPEND        = -MM
  CC_DEPEND_FILTER = $(SED) -e 's!$*\.$(OBJECT_SUFFIX)!$(dir $@)&!g'
endif # CC_VERSION

LIBRARY_SUFFIX = dll
LIB_SUFFIX     = lib

# Settings for the JDI - Serviceability Agent binding.
HOTSPOT_SALIB_PATH   = $(HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH)/jre/bin
SALIB_NAME = $(LIB_PREFIX)sawindbg.$(LIBRARY_SUFFIX)
SAMAP_NAME = $(LIB_PREFIX)sawindbg.map
SAPDB_NAME = $(LIB_PREFIX)sawindbg.pdb

ifeq ($(ARCH), ia64)
  # SA will never be supported here.
  INCLUDE_SA = false
else
  # Hopefully, SA will be supported here one of these days,
  # and these will be changed to true.  Until then,
  # to build SA on windows, do a control build with
  #    BUILD_WIN_SA=1
  # on the make command.
  ifdef BUILD_WIN_SA
    INCLUDE_SA = true
  else
    INCLUDE_SA = false
  endif
endif

# Settings for the VERSIONINFO tap on windows. 
VERSIONINFO_RESOURCE = $(BUILDDIR)/../src/windows/resource/version.rc

ifneq ($(JDK_BUILD_NUMBER),)
 COOKED_BUILD_NUMBER = $(shell $(ECHO) $(JDK_BUILD_NUMBER) | $(SED) -e 's/^b//' -e 's/^0//')
else
 COOKED_BUILD_NUMBER = 0
endif

# If the update version contains non-numeric characters, we need
# to massage it into a numeric format. 
# We use the following formula:
# JDK_UPDATE_VER = JDK_UPDATE_VERSION * 10 + EXCEPTION_VERSION
#
# Here are some examples:
#     1.5.0    b01  ->  5,0,0,1
#     1.5.0_10 b01  ->  5,0,100,1
#     1.4.2 b01     ->  4,2,0,1
#     1.4.2_02 b01  ->  4,2,20,1
#     1.4.2_02a b01 ->  4,2,21,1
#     1.4.2_02b b01 ->  4,2,22,1
ifdef JDK_UPDATE_VERSION
  VTMP := $(shell $(ECHO) $(JDK_UPDATE_VERSION) | $(TR) "abcde" "12345")
  CAB_CHAR1 := $(shell $(ECHO) $(VTMP) | $(NAWK) '{print substr($$1, 1, 1);}')
  CAB_CHAR2 := $(shell $(ECHO) $(VTMP) | $(NAWK) '{print substr($$1, 2, 1);}')
  CAB_CHAR3 := $(shell $(ECHO) $(VTMP) | $(NAWK) '{print substr($$1, 3, 1);}')
  JDK_UPDATE_META_TAG := U$(MARKETING_NUMBER)
  ifeq ($(CAB_CHAR3),)
    CAB_CHAR3 := 0
  endif
  ifeq ($(CAB_CHAR1), 0)
    JDK_UPDATE_VER := $(CAB_CHAR2)$(CAB_CHAR3)
  else
    JDK_UPDATE_VER := $(CAB_CHAR1)$(CAB_CHAR2)$(CAB_CHAR3)
  endif
else
  JDK_UPDATE_VER := 0
endif

RC_FLAGS = /l 0x409 /r

ifeq ($(VARIANT), OPT)
  RC_FLAGS += -d NDEBUG 
else
  RC_FLAGS += $(MS_RC_DEBUG_OPTION)
endif 

# Values for the RC variables defined in RC_FLAGS
JDK_RC_BUILD_ID = $(FULL_VERSION)
JDK_RC_COMPANY = $(COMPANY_NAME)
JDK_RC_COMPONENT = $(PRODUCT_NAME) $(JDK_RC_PLATFORM_NAME) binary
JDK_RC_VER = \
    $(JDK_MINOR_VERSION).$(JDK_MICRO_VERSION).$(JDK_UPDATE_VER).$(COOKED_BUILD_NUMBER)
JDK_RC_COPYRIGHT = Copyright \xA9 $(COPYRIGHT_YEAR)
JDK_RC_NAME = \
    $(PRODUCT_NAME) $(JDK_RC_PLATFORM_NAME) $(JDK_MINOR_VERSION) $(JDK_UPDATE_META_TAG)
JDK_RC_FVER = \
    $(JDK_MINOR_VERSION),$(JDK_MICRO_VERSION),$(JDK_UPDATE_VER),$(COOKED_BUILD_NUMBER)

# J2SE name required here
RC_FLAGS += -d "J2SE_BUILD_ID=$(JDK_RC_BUILD_ID)" \
            -d "J2SE_COMPANY=$(JDK_RC_COMPANY)" \
            -d "J2SE_COMPONENT=$(JDK_RC_COMPONENT)" \
            -d "J2SE_VER=$(JDK_RC_VER)" \
            -d "J2SE_COPYRIGHT=$(JDK_RC_COPYRIGHT)" \
            -d "J2SE_NAME=$(JDK_RC_NAME)" \
            -d "J2SE_FVER=$(JDK_RC_FVER)"