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Revision: 1.90, Wed Sep 13 14:25:08 2017 UTC (10 months ago) by arta
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: Ver_LATEST, Ver_9-2, NetDRMS_Ver_LATEST, NetDRMS_Ver_9-2, HEAD
Changes since 1.89: +1 -2 lines
make a fpic version of DRMS lib and DB lib in preparation for Python DRMS package

#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# INITIALIZATION
#

VPATH  = $(SRCDIR)
STATIC = 
DBMS = POSTGRESQL
CUSTOMSW =

# Run a script to determine the machine on which make is being run. This
# MAY return a machine type, if the host found falls into one of several
# categories (like dbserver).
MACHTYPE = $(shell hostname)

# If MACH was set when the make command was issued (eg., make MACH='N02'), then
# use its value for the output/obj directory and use the drmsparams.mk variables
# relevant to its value. Otherwise, use $(JSOC_MACHINE).
ifeq ($(MACH),)
MACH = $(JSOC_MACHINE)
endif

#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# COMPILER SELECTION
#
COMPILER = icc
FCOMPILER = ifort
MPICOMPILER = $(MPI_PATH)/mpicc
MPIFCOMPILER = $(MPI_PATH)/mpif90

# can set through drmsparams.mk or through environment
ifneq ($(JSOC_COMPILER),)
COMPILER = $(JSOC_COMPILER)
endif

ifneq ($(JSOC_FCOMPILER),)
FCOMPILER = $(JSOC_FCOMPILER)
endif
#***********************************************************************************************#

#***********************************************************************************************#
# This optional file has custom definitions created by the configure script.
# Do this after compiler selection since drmsparams.mk might use $COMPILER or $FCOMPILER.
# drmsparams.mk might also set compiler (through moreconfigure.pl)
-include $(SRCDIR)/$(LOCALIZATIONDIR)/drmsparams.mk
#***********************************************************************************************#

#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# DEBUGGING
#
# Check for debug vs. release build - release is default.
#   To do a debug build, either set the environment variable JSOC_DEBUG to 1, OR
#   modify the following line so that DEBUG = 1.  The environment variable takes precedence.
#
DEBUG = 0

ifdef JSOC_DEBUG
ifeq ($(JSOC_DEBUG), 1)
DEBUG = 1
else
DEBUG = 0
endif
endif
#***********************************************************************************************#


#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# WARNINGS
#
# Warnings ARE displayed, by default, for a release build.
#
WARN = 1

# Builder can request warnings via environment variable (setenv JSOC_WARN 1).
#   The environment variable takes precedence.
ifdef JSOC_WARN
ifeq ($(JSOC_WARN), 1)
WARN = 1
else
WARN = 0
endif
endif

ICC_WARNMORE =
ifdef JSOC_WARNICC
ifeq ($(COMPILER), icc)
ICC_WARNMORE = $(JSOC_WARNICC)
endif
endif

#***********************************************************************************************#


#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# THIRD-PARTY LIBRARIES
#
# This section contains make variables that hold the paths to and names of third-party libraries.
# Variables that end in 'H' contain the -I link flags that contain the include paths 
# for the library headers, variables that end in 'L' contain the -L link flags that
# contain the paths to the library binaries, and variables
# that end in "LIBS" contain the full link cmd (the -L flag plus the -l flag)
#

# PostgreSQL 
PGH = -I$(POSTGRES_INCS)

# For use of dynamic library
PGLIBS = $(POSTGRES_LIBS)/lib$(POSTGRES_LIB).so

# CFITSIO
CFITSIOH = -I$(CFITSIO_INCS)
CFITSIOL = -L$(CFITSIO_LIBS)
CFITSIOLIBNAME = $(CFITSIO_LIB)
CFITSIOLIBS = $(CFITSIOL) -l$(CFITSIOLIBNAME)

# GSL
GSLH = -I$(GSL_INCS)
GSLL = -L$(GSL_LIBS)
GSLLIBS = $(GSLL) -lgsl

# FFTW
FFTWH = -I$(FFTW_INCS)
FFTWL = -L$(FFTW_LIBS)
FFTW3LIBS = $(FFTWL) -lfftw3
FFTW3FLIBS = $(FFTWL) -lfftw3f

# TAR
LIBTARH = -I$(TAR_INCS)
LIBTARL = -L$(TAR_LIBS) -ltar

# Python
LIBPYH = -I$(PY_INCS)
LIBPYL = -L$(PY_LIBS) -l$(PY_LIB)
PYTHONHOME = "\"$(PY_HOME)\""

#***********************************************************************************************#


#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# CUSTOM BUILDS
#
# Compilation define customizations (eg., for remote DRMS builds)
ifneq ($(DRMS_DEFAULT_RETENTION),)
#	CUSTOMSW = $(CUSTOMSW) -DDRMS_DEFAULT_RETENTION="\"$(DRMS_DEFAULT_RETENTION)\""
	CUSTOMSW := $(CUSTOMSW) -DDRMS_DEFAULT_RETENTION=$(DRMS_DEFAULT_RETENTION)
endif

# Due to legacy code, the name __LOCALIZED_DEFS__ must be used for NetDRMS builds. 
# Despite the name, this macro has nothing to do with localized definitions. It means 
# "not Stanford JSOC-SDP" (it essentially means NetDRMS). So, if __LOCALIZED_DEFS__ is set, then 
# the binaries were built for use outside of Stanford. 
# For future use, we also define the NETDRMS_BUILD as a synonym, but with a more appropriate name.
# __LOCALIZED_DEFS__ is deprecated and should not be used in new code.
ifeq ($(BUILD_TYPE),NETDRMS)
CUSTOMSW := $(CUSTOMSW) -DNETDRMS_BUILD -D__LOCALIZED_DEFS__
endif

# Stanford builds are marked by the JSOC_SDP_BUILD  macro.
ifeq ($(BUILD_TYPE),JSOC_SDP)
CUSTOMSW := $(CUSTOMSW) -DJSOC_SDP_BUILD
endif

#
#***********************************************************************************************#

#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# Global flags
#
# All modules must be able to find libdsds.so. The define DRMS_LIBDIR specifies the path to 
# all libraries.

GLOBALSW = -DDRMS_ARCH="\"$(MACH)\""
#
#***********************************************************************************************#

#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# WARNINGS
#
# NO LONGER USED - Disable several warnings/remarks when compiling with icc - icc's Wall is a bit picky, it 
# complains about extern declarations in .c files.
#   1418 (remark) - external function definition with no prior declaration
#   1419 (warning) - external declaration in primary source file
#   310 (remark) - old style function declaration (pre-ANSI)
#   279 ?
#   981 (remark) - operands are evaluted in unspecified order

# list of warnings to turn into errors
ICC_WARNTOERR = -we266

ifeq ($(WARN), 1)
# Show warnings (always true for a debug build).
ICC_WARN = $(ICC_WARNMORE)
GCC_WARN = -Wno-comment
FCOMPILER_WARN =
else
# Don't show warnings.
ICC_WARN = -w0 -vec-report0 -Wno-comment $(ICC_WARNTOERR)
GCC_WARN = -Wno-comment
ifeq ($(FCOMPILER), ifort)
FCOMPILER_WARN = -vec-report0
else
FCOMPILER_WARN =
endif
endif

#***********************************************************************************************#


#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# GLOBAL LINK FLAGS
#
# Link flags for all targets
#
LL_ALL		= $(SYSLIBS) -lcurl

ifeq ($(JSOC_MACHINE), linux_avx)
GCC_LF_ALL	= $(STATIC) -Wl,--copy-dt-needed-entries
ICC_LF_ALL	= -diag-disable 10237 $(STATIC) -openmp -static-intel -Wl,-export-dynamic -Wl,--copy-dt-needed-entries
else
GCC_LF_ALL      = $(STATIC)
ICC_LF_ALL      = -diag-disable 10237 $(STATIC) -openmp -static-intel -Wl,-export-dynamic
endif

# Fortran global LINK flags
ifeq ($(FCOMPILER), ifort)
F_LF_ALL	= -diag-disable 10237 -nofor-main  -openmp -static-intel -Wl,-export-dynamic
endif
#***********************************************************************************************#

#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# GLOBAL COMPILE FLAGS
#
GCC_CF_GCCCOMP  = -DGCCCOMP 
ICC_CF_ICCCOMP  = -DICCCOMP -openmp

# can't figure out how to get stupid make to do if/else if/else
ifeq ($(DEBUG), 0)
  GCC_CF_ALL	= -I$(SRCDIR)/base/include -std=gnu99 -O2 $(GCC_WARN) $(GCC_CF_GCCCOMP) $(CUSTOMSW) $(GLOBALSW) -DNDEBUG

  ifeq ($(JSOC_MACHINE), linux_x86_64)
    ICC_CF_ALL = -I$(SRCDIR)/base/include -std=c99 -D_GNU_SOURCE $(ICC_WARN) $(ICC_CF_ICCCOMP) $(CUSTOMSW) $(GLOBALSW) -DNDEBUG
    GCC_CF_ALL	= -I$(SRCDIR)/base/include -std=gnu99 -O2 -march=opteron $(GCC_WARN) $(GCC_CF_GCCCOMP) $(CUSTOMSW) $(GLOBALSW)
  endif

  ifeq ($(JSOC_MACHINE), linux_avx)
    ICC_CF_ALL = -xavx -I$(SRCDIR)/base/include -std=c99 -D_GNU_SOURCE $(ICC_WARN) $(ICC_CF_ICCCOMP) $(CUSTOMSW) $(GLOBALSW) -DNDEBUG
  endif

  ifeq ($(JSOC_MACHINE), linux_ia64)
    ICC_CF_ALL	= -I$(SRCDIR)/base/include -std=c99 -D_GNU_SOURCE $(ICC_WARN) $(ICC_CF_ICCCOMP) $(CUSTOMSW) $(GLOBALSW) -DNDEBUG
  endif

  ifeq ($(JSOC_MACHINE), linux_ia32)
    GCC_CF_ALL	= -I$(SRCDIR)/base/include -std=gnu99 -O2 -march=i686 $(GCC_WARN) $(GCC_CF_GCCCOMP) $(CUSTOMSW) $(GLOBALSW) -DNDEBUG
  endif	

else
# -g tells the icc and gcc compilers to generate full debugging information
  GCC_CF_ALL = -I$(SRCDIR)/base/include -std=gnu99 -g $(GCC_WARN) $(GCC_CF_GCCCOMP) $(CUSTOMSW) $(GLOBALSW)
  ICC_CF_ALL = -I$(SRCDIR)/base/include -std=c99 -D_GNU_SOURCE -g $(ICC_WARN) $(ICC_CF_ICCCOMP) $(CUSTOMSW) $(GLOBALSW)
endif

# Fortran global COMPILE flags
ifeq ($(JSOC_MACHINE), linux_avx)
  ifeq ($(FCOMPILER), ifort)
    F_CF_ALL := -xavx -openmp
  endif
endif

ifeq ($(JSOC_MACHINE), linux_x86_64)
  ifeq ($(FCOMPILER), ifort)
    F_CF_ALL := -openmp
  endif
endif

# Other compiler-specific Fortran COMPILE flags
ifeq ($(FCOMPILER), ifort)
  FCFLAGS_INIT := -ftrapuv
else
  # must be gfortran
  FCFLAGS_INIT  := 
endif

ifeq ($(DEBUG), 0)
# -xW optimizes ifort compilation for Pentium 4
# -ftrapuv initializes stack local variables to an unusual value to aid error detection. 
  F_CF_ALL	:= $(F_CF_ALL) $(FCOMPILER_WARN)
else
  F_CF_ALL	:= $(F_CF_ALL) -g $(FCFLAGS_INIT) $(FCOMPILER_WARN)
endif
#***********************************************************************************************#


#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# BUILD TOOLS
# 
# The C compiler named here must output full (header) dependencies in $(@).d.
# It may be necessary to create a script similar to ccd-gcc for your compiler.
# 
GCC_CMPLR	= $(SRCDIR)/build/ccd-gcc
ICC_CMPLR	= $(SRCDIR)/build/ccd-icc
ARCHIVE		= ar crus $@ $^

ECPG		= ecpg -o $@ -c $<
SWIG		= swig -perl5 -o $@ $<

GCC_COMP	= $(GCC_CMPLR) $(GCC_CF_ALL) $(CF_TGT) -o $@ -c $<
ICC_COMP	= $(ICC_CMPLR) $(ICC_CF_ALL) $(CF_TGT) -o $@ -c $<

GCC_LINK	= $(GCC_CMPLR) $(GCC_LF_ALL) $(LF_TGT) -o $@ $^ $(LL_TGT) $(LL_ALL)
ICC_LINK	= $(ICC_CMPLR) $(ICC_LF_ALL) $(LF_TGT) -o $@ $^ $(LL_TGT) $(LL_ALL)

GCC_COMPLINK	= $(GCC_CMPLR) $(GCC_CF_ALL) $(CF_TGT) $(GCC_LF_ALL) $(LF_TGT) -o $@ $< $(LL_TGT) $(LL_ALL)
ICC_COMPLINK	= $(ICC_CMPLR) $(GCC_CF_ALL) $(CF_TGT) $(ICC_LF_ALL) $(LF_TGT) -o $@ $< $(LL_TGT) $(LL_ALL)

ifneq ($(COMPILER), icc)
  COMP 		= $(GCC_COMP)
  LINK		= $(GCC_LINK)
  COMPLINK	= $(GCC_COMPLINK)
else
  COMP 		= $(ICC_COMP)
  LINK		= $(ICC_LINK)
  COMPLINK	= $(ICC_COMPLINK)
endif

FCOMP		= $(FCOMPILER) $(F_CF_ALL) $(FF_TGT) -o $@ -c $<
FLINK		= $(FCOMPILER) $(F_LF_ALL) $(LF_TGT) -o $@ $^ $(LL_TGT) $(LL_ALL)

SLBIN           = ln -sf ../../_$(MACH)/$@ ../bin/$(MACH)/
SLLIB		= ln -sf ../../_$(MACH)/$@ ../lib/$(MACH)/
#***********************************************************************************************#


#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
#
ALL_LIBS_FPIC = $(LIBDRMSCLIENT_FPIC) $(LIBDBCLIENT_FPIC) $(LIBCMDPARAMS_FPIC) $(LIBTHREADUTIL_FPIC) $(LIBRICECOMP_FPIC) $(LIBDEFS_FPIC) $(LIBMISC_FPIC) $(LIBDSTRUCT_FPIC) $(LIBTIMEIO_FPIC) $(LIBFITSRW_FPIC) 
ALL_LIBS_PY_FPIC = $(LIBDRMS_SERVER_FPIC) $(LIBDB_SERVER_FPIC) $(LIBCMDPARAMS_FPIC) $(LIBTHREADUTIL_FPIC) $(LIBRICECOMP_FPIC) $(LIBDEFS_FPIC) $(LIBMISC_FPIC) $(LIBDSTRUCT_FPIC) $(LIBTIMEIO_FPIC) $(LIBFITSRW_FPIC) 

### Standard parts
#
include	$(SRCDIR)/Rules.mk

# Libraries from src/util linked with all programs.
ifneq ($(COMPILER), icc)
  SYSLIBS = -lz -ldl -lpthread -lm -lutil
else
  SYSLIBS = -lz -ldl -lpthread -lutil
endif
SRCLIBS = $(LIBTHREADUTIL) $(LIBRICECOMP) $(LIBCMDPARAMS) $(LIBTIMEIO) $(LIBFITSRW) $(LIBERRLOG) $(LIBEXPDRMS) $(LIBEXPUTL) $(LIBMISC) $(LIBDSTRUCT) $(LIBSTATS)
FSRCLIBS = $(LIBTHREADUTIL) $(LIBRICECOMP) $(LIBCMDPARAMSF) $(LIBTIMEIO) $(LIBFITSRW) $(LIBERRLOG) $(LIBEXPDRMS) $(LIBEXPUTL) $(LIBMISC) $(LIBDSTRUCT) $(LIBSTATS)

########## Libraries to link for server executables,    ##############
########## standalone executables and pipeline modules. ##############

# SERVERLIBS: Libraries linked with "server" programs that 
# need direct access to the DRMS databases.
SERVERLIBS = $(LIBDRMS) $(LIBDEFSSERVER) $(LIBDB) $(LIBSUMSAPI) $(LIBCJSON) $(SRCLIBS)

# EXELIBS: Libraries linked with standalone executables.
EXELIBS = $(LIBDRMSCLIENT) $(LIBDEFSCLIENT) $(LIBDBCLIENT) $(SRCLIBS)

# MODLIBS: Libraries linked with DRMS modules.
MODLIBS = $(LIBJSOC_MAIN) $(SERVERLIBS)

# MODLIBS_SOCK: Libraries linked with DRMS modules with socket connection to a drms_server
MODLIBS_SOCK = $(LIBJSOC_MAIN_SOCK) $(LIBDRMSCLIENT) $(LIBDEFSCLIENT) $(LIBDBCLIENT) $(LIBSUMSAPI) $(LIBCJSON) $(SRCLIBS)

# FMODLIBS: Libraries linked with DRMS Fortran modules
FMODLIBS_SOCK = $(LIBJSOC_MAIN_SOCK_F) $(LIBINTHANDLESF) $(LIBDRMSCLIENT) $(LIBDEFSCLIENT) $(LIBDBCLIENT) $(FSRCLIBS)
#***********************************************************************************************#


#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# PROJECT MAKE RULES
#
# Make rules that apply to all projects outside of the base DRMS/SUMS system
-include $(SRCDIR)/$(LOCALIZATIONDIR)/make_basic.mk
#***********************************************************************************************#


#***********************************************************************************************#
#
# MODULE TYPES
#
# Make rules that apply to all projects, inside and outside of the base DRMS/SUMS system
$(CEXE):	%:	%.o $(EXELIBS)
		$(LINK)
		$(SLBIN)

$(FEXE):	%:	%.o 
		$(FLINK)
		$(SLBIN)

$(SERVEREXE):   LL_TGT := $(LL_TGT) $(PGLIBS) $(CFITSIOLIBS)
$(SERVEREXE):	%:	%.o $(SERVERLIBS)
			$(LINK)
			$(SLBIN)

$(MODEXE):      LL_TGT := $(LL_TGT) $(PGLIBS) $(CFITSIOLIBS)
$(MODEXE):	%:	%.o $(MODLIBS)
			$(LINK)
			$(SLBIN)

$(MODEXE_SOCK):	LL_TGT := $(LL_TGT) $(PGLIBS) $(CFITSIOLIBS)
$(MODEXE_SOCK): %_sock: %.o $(MODLIBS_SOCK)
			$(LINK)
			$(SLBIN)
# FMODEXE_SOCK contains all Fortran modules - the DoIt() function is defined inside a .f file.
# These are socket-connect modules only. Assume they use third-party Fortran libraries
# (although this may not be the case).
$(FMODEXE_SOCK):	LL_TGT := $(LL_TGT) $(PGLIBS) $(CFITSIOLIBS)
$(FMODEXE_SOCK):     %_sock:	%.o $(FMODLIBS_SOCK)
			$(FLINK)
			$(SLBIN)

# MODEXE_USEF contains all C direct-connect modules that use third-party Fortran libraries.
$(MODEXE_USEF):	LL_TGT := $(LL_TGT) $(PGLIBS) $(CFITSIOLIBS)
$(MODEXE_USEF):     %:	%.o $(MODLIBS)
			$(FLINK)
			$(SLBIN)
# MODEXE_USEF contains all C socket-connect modules that use third-party Fortran libraries.
$(MODEXE_USEF_SOCK):	LL_TGT := $(LL_TGT) $(PGLIBS) $(CFITSIOLIBS)
$(MODEXE_USEF_SOCK): %_sock: %.o $(MODLIBS_SOCK)
			$(FLINK)
			$(SLBIN)
#***********************************************************************************************#

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