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#------------------------------------------------------------- -*- makefile -*-
# rules.vc --
#
# Part of the nmake based build system for Tcl and its extensions.
# This file does all the hard work in terms of parsing build options,
# compiler switches, defining common targets and macros. The Tcl makefile
# directly includes this. Extensions include it via "rules-ext.vc".
#
# See TIP 477 (https://core.tcl-lang.org/tips/doc/main/tip/477.md) for
# detailed documentation.
#
# See the file "license.terms" for information on usage and redistribution
# of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
#
# Copyright (c) 2001-2003 David Gravereaux.
# Copyright (c) 2003-2008 Patrick Thoyts
# Copyright (c) 2017      Ashok P. Nadkarni
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------

!ifndef _RULES_VC
_RULES_VC = 1

# The following macros define the version of the rules.vc nmake build system
# For modifications that are not backward-compatible, you *must* change
# the major version.
RULES_VERSION_MAJOR = 1
RULES_VERSION_MINOR = 11

# The PROJECT macro must be defined by parent makefile.
!if "$(PROJECT)" == ""
!error *** Error: Macro PROJECT not defined! Please define it before including rules.vc
!endif

!if "$(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME)" == ""
PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME = $(PROJECT)
!endif

# Also special case Tcl and Tk to save some typing later
DOING_TCL = 0
DOING_TK  = 0
!if "$(PROJECT)" == "tcl"
DOING_TCL = 1
!elseif "$(PROJECT)" == "tk"
DOING_TK = 1
!endif

!ifndef NEED_TK
# Backwards compatibility
!ifdef PROJECT_REQUIRES_TK
NEED_TK = $(PROJECT_REQUIRES_TK)
!else
NEED_TK = 0
!endif
!endif

!ifndef NEED_TCL_SOURCE
NEED_TCL_SOURCE = 0
!endif

!ifdef NEED_TK_SOURCE
!if $(NEED_TK_SOURCE)
NEED_TK = 1
!endif
!else
NEED_TK_SOURCE = 0
!endif

################################################################
# Nmake is a pretty weak environment in syntax and capabilities
# so this file is necessarily verbose. It's broken down into
# the following parts.
#
# 0. Sanity check that compiler environment is set up and initialize
#    any built-in settings from the parent makefile
# 1. First define the external tools used for compiling, copying etc.
#    as this is independent of everything else.
# 2. Figure out our build structure in terms of the directory, whether
#    we are building Tcl or an extension, etc.
# 3. Determine the compiler and linker versions
# 4. Build the nmakehlp helper application
# 5. Determine the supported compiler options and features
# 6. Extract Tcl, Tk, and possibly extensions, version numbers from the
#    headers
# 7. Parse the OPTS macro value for user-specified build configuration
# 8. Parse the STATS macro value for statistics instrumentation
# 9. Parse the CHECKS macro for additional compilation checks
# 10. Based on this selected configuration, construct the output
#     directory and file paths
# 11. Construct the paths where the package is to be installed
# 12. Set up the actual options passed to compiler and linker based
#     on the information gathered above.
# 13. Define some standard build targets and implicit rules. These may
#     be optionally disabled by the parent makefile.
# 14. (For extensions only.) Compare the configuration of the target
#     Tcl and the extensions and warn against discrepancies.
#
# One final note about the macro names used. They are as they are
# for historical reasons. We would like legacy extensions to
# continue to work with this make include file so be wary of
# changing them for consistency or clarity.

# 0. Sanity check compiler environment

# Check to see we are configured to build with MSVC (MSDEVDIR, MSVCDIR or
# VCINSTALLDIR) or with the MS Platform SDK (MSSDK or WindowsSDKDir)

!if !defined(MSDEVDIR) && !defined(MSVCDIR) && !defined(VCINSTALLDIR) && !defined(MSSDK) && !defined(WINDOWSSDKDIR)
MSG = ^
Visual C++ compiler environment not initialized.
!error $(MSG)
!endif

# We need to run from the directory the parent makefile is located in.
# nmake does not tell us what makefile was used to invoke it so parent
# makefile has to set the MAKEFILEVC macro or we just make a guess and
# warn if we think that is not the case.
!if "$(MAKEFILEVC)" == ""

!if exist("$(PROJECT).vc")
MAKEFILEVC = $(PROJECT).vc
!elseif exist("makefile.vc")
MAKEFILEVC = makefile.vc
!endif
!endif # "$(MAKEFILEVC)" == ""

!if !exist("$(MAKEFILEVC)")
MSG = ^
You must run nmake from the directory containing the project makefile.^
If you are doing that and getting this message, set the MAKEFILEVC^
macro to the name of the project makefile.
!message WARNING: $(MSG)
!endif


################################################################
# 1. Define external programs being used

#----------------------------------------------------------
# Set the proper copy method to avoid overwrite questions
# to the user when copying files and selecting the right
# "delete all" method.
#----------------------------------------------------------

RMDIR	= rmdir /S /Q
CPY	= xcopy /i /y >NUL
CPYDIR  = xcopy /e /i /y >NUL
COPY	= copy /y >NUL
MKDIR   = mkdir

######################################################################
# 2. Figure out our build environment in terms of what we're building.
#
# (a) Tcl itself
# (b) Tk
# (c) a Tcl extension using libraries/includes from an *installed* Tcl
# (d) a Tcl extension using libraries/includes from Tcl source directory
#
# This last is needed because some extensions still need
# some Tcl interfaces that are not publicly exposed.
#
# The fragment will set the following macros:
# ROOT - root of this module sources
# COMPATDIR - source directory that holds compatibility sources
# DOCDIR - source directory containing documentation files
# GENERICDIR - platform-independent source directory
# WIN_DIR - Windows-specific source directory
# TESTDIR - directory containing test files
# TOOLSDIR - directory containing build tools
# _TCLDIR - root of the Tcl installation OR the Tcl sources. Not set
#    when building Tcl itself.
# _INSTALLDIR - native form of the installation path. For Tcl
#    this will be the root of the Tcl installation. For extensions
#    this will be the lib directory under the root.
# TCLINSTALL  - set to 1 if _TCLDIR refers to
#    headers and libraries from an installed Tcl, and 0 if built against
#    Tcl sources. Not set when building Tcl itself. Yes, not very well
#    named.
# _TCL_H - native path to the tcl.h file
#
# If Tk is involved, also sets the following
# _TKDIR - native form Tk installation OR Tk source. Not set if building
#    Tk itself.
# TKINSTALL - set 1 if _TKDIR refers to installed Tk and 0 if Tk sources
# _TK_H - native path to the tk.h file

# Root directory for sources and assumed subdirectories
ROOT = $(MAKEDIR)\..
# The following paths CANNOT have spaces in them as they appear on the
# left side of implicit rules.
!ifndef COMPATDIR
COMPATDIR	= $(ROOT)\compat
!endif
!ifndef DOCDIR
DOCDIR		= $(ROOT)\doc
!endif
!ifndef GENERICDIR
GENERICDIR	= $(ROOT)\generic
!endif
!ifndef TOOLSDIR
TOOLSDIR	= $(ROOT)\tools
!endif
!ifndef TESTDIR
TESTDIR	= $(ROOT)\tests
!endif
!ifndef LIBDIR
!if exist("$(ROOT)\library")
LIBDIR          = $(ROOT)\library
!else
LIBDIR          = $(ROOT)\lib
!endif
!endif
!ifndef DEMODIR
!if exist("$(LIBDIR)\demos")
DEMODIR		= $(LIBDIR)\demos
!else
DEMODIR		= $(ROOT)\demos
!endif
!endif # ifndef DEMODIR
# Do NOT use WINDIR because it is Windows internal environment
# variable to point to c:\windows!
WIN_DIR		= $(ROOT)\win

!ifndef RCDIR
!if exist("$(WIN_DIR)\rc")
RCDIR           = $(WIN_DIR)\rc
!else
RCDIR           = $(WIN_DIR)
!endif
!endif
RCDIR = $(RCDIR:/=\)

# The target directory where the built packages and binaries will be installed.
# INSTALLDIR is the (optional) path specified by the user.
# _INSTALLDIR is INSTALLDIR using the backslash separator syntax
!ifdef INSTALLDIR
### Fix the path separators.
_INSTALLDIR	= $(INSTALLDIR:/=\)
!else
### Assume the normal default.
_INSTALLDIR	= $(HOMEDRIVE)\Tcl
!endif

!if $(DOING_TCL)

# BEGIN Case 2(a) - Building Tcl itself

# Only need to define _TCL_H
_TCL_H = ..\generic\tcl.h

# END Case 2(a) - Building Tcl itself

!elseif $(DOING_TK)

# BEGIN Case 2(b) - Building Tk

TCLINSTALL = 0 # Tk always builds against Tcl source, not an installed Tcl
!if "$(TCLDIR)" == ""
!if [echo TCLDIR = \> nmakehlp.out] \
   || [nmakehlp -L generic\tcl.h >> nmakehlp.out]
!error *** Could not locate Tcl source directory.
!endif
!include nmakehlp.out
!endif # TCLDIR == ""

_TCLDIR	= $(TCLDIR:/=\)
_TCL_H  = $(_TCLDIR)\generic\tcl.h
!if !exist("$(_TCL_H)")
!error Could not locate tcl.h. Please set the TCLDIR macro to point to the Tcl *source* directory.
!endif

_TK_H = ..\generic\tk.h

# END Case 2(b) - Building Tk

!else

# BEGIN Case 2(c) or (d) - Building an extension other than Tk

# If command line has specified Tcl location through TCLDIR, use it
# else default to the INSTALLDIR setting
!if "$(TCLDIR)" != ""

_TCLDIR	= $(TCLDIR:/=\)
!if exist("$(_TCLDIR)\include\tcl.h") # Case 2(c) with TCLDIR defined
TCLINSTALL	= 1
_TCL_H          = $(_TCLDIR)\include\tcl.h
!elseif exist("$(_TCLDIR)\generic\tcl.h") # Case 2(d) with TCLDIR defined
TCLINSTALL	= 0
_TCL_H          = $(_TCLDIR)\generic\tcl.h
!endif

!else  #  # Case 2(c) for extensions with TCLDIR undefined

# Need to locate Tcl depending on whether it needs Tcl source or not.
# If we don't, check the INSTALLDIR for an installed Tcl first

!if exist("$(_INSTALLDIR)\include\tcl.h") && !$(NEED_TCL_SOURCE)

TCLINSTALL	= 1
TCLDIR          = $(_INSTALLDIR)\..
# NOTE: we will be resetting _INSTALLDIR to _INSTALLDIR/lib for extensions
# later so the \.. accounts for the /lib
_TCLDIR		= $(_INSTALLDIR)\..
_TCL_H          = $(_TCLDIR)\include\tcl.h

!else # exist(...) && !$(NEED_TCL_SOURCE)

!if [echo _TCLDIR = \> nmakehlp.out] \
   || [nmakehlp -L generic\tcl.h >> nmakehlp.out]
!error *** Could not locate Tcl source directory.
!endif
!include nmakehlp.out
TCLINSTALL      = 0
TCLDIR         = $(_TCLDIR)
_TCL_H          = $(_TCLDIR)\generic\tcl.h

!endif # exist(...) && !$(NEED_TCL_SOURCE)

!endif # TCLDIR

!ifndef _TCL_H
MSG =^
Failed to find tcl.h. The TCLDIR macro is set incorrectly or is not set and default path does not contain tcl.h.
!error $(MSG)
!endif

# Now do the same to locate Tk headers and libs if project requires Tk
!if $(NEED_TK)

!if "$(TKDIR)" != ""

_TKDIR = $(TKDIR:/=\)
!if exist("$(_TKDIR)\include\tk.h")
TKINSTALL      = 1
_TK_H          = $(_TKDIR)\include\tk.h
!elseif exist("$(_TKDIR)\generic\tk.h")
TKINSTALL      = 0
_TK_H          = $(_TKDIR)\generic\tk.h
!endif

!else # TKDIR not defined

# Need to locate Tcl depending on whether it needs Tcl source or not.
# If we don't, check the INSTALLDIR for an installed Tcl first

!if exist("$(_INSTALLDIR)\include\tk.h") && !$(NEED_TK_SOURCE)

TKINSTALL      = 1
# NOTE: we will be resetting _INSTALLDIR to _INSTALLDIR/lib for extensions
# later so the \.. accounts for the /lib
_TKDIR         = $(_INSTALLDIR)\..
_TK_H          = $(_TKDIR)\include\tk.h
TKDIR          = $(_TKDIR)

!else # exist("$(_INSTALLDIR)\include\tk.h") && !$(NEED_TK_SOURCE)

!if [echo _TKDIR = \> nmakehlp.out] \
   || [nmakehlp -L generic\tk.h >> nmakehlp.out]
!error *** Could not locate Tk source directory.
!endif
!include nmakehlp.out
TKINSTALL      = 0
TKDIR          = $(_TKDIR)
_TK_H          = $(_TKDIR)\generic\tk.h

!endif # exist("$(_INSTALLDIR)\include\tk.h") && !$(NEED_TK_SOURCE)

!endif # TKDIR

!ifndef _TK_H
MSG =^
Failed to find tk.h. The TKDIR macro is set incorrectly or is not set and default path does not contain tk.h.
!error $(MSG)
!endif

!endif # NEED_TK

!if $(NEED_TCL_SOURCE) && $(TCLINSTALL)
MSG = ^
*** Warning: This extension requires the source distribution of Tcl.^
*** Please set the TCLDIR macro to point to the Tcl sources.
!error $(MSG)
!endif

!if $(NEED_TK_SOURCE)
!if $(TKINSTALL)
MSG = ^
*** Warning: This extension requires the source distribution of Tk.^
*** Please set the TKDIR macro to point to the Tk sources.
!error $(MSG)
!endif
!endif


# If INSTALLDIR set to Tcl installation root dir then reset to the
# lib dir for installing extensions
!if exist("$(_INSTALLDIR)\include\tcl.h")
_INSTALLDIR=$(_INSTALLDIR)\lib
!endif

# END Case 2(c) or (d) - Building an extension
!endif # if $(DOING_TCL)

################################################################
# 3. Determine compiler version and architecture
# In this section, we figure out the compiler version and the
# architecture for which we are building. This sets the
# following macros:
# VCVERSION - the internal compiler version as 1200, 1400, 1910 etc.
#     This is also printed by the compiler in dotted form 19.10 etc.
# VCVER - the "marketing version", for example Visual C++ 6 for internal
#     compiler version 1200. This is kept only for legacy reasons as it
#     does not make sense for recent Microsoft compilers. Only used for
#     output directory names.
# ARCH - set to IX86, ARM64 or AMD64 depending on 32- or 64-bit target
# NATIVE_ARCH - set to IX86, ARM64 or AMD64 for the host machine
# MACHINE - same as $(ARCH) - legacy
# _VC_MANIFEST_EMBED_{DLL,EXE} - commands for embedding a manifest if needed

cc32		= $(CC)   # built-in default.
link32		= link
lib32		= lib
rc32		= $(RC)   # built-in default.

#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Figure out the compiler architecture and version by writing
# the C macros to a file, preprocessing them with the C
# preprocessor and reading back the created file

_HASH=^#
_VC_MANIFEST_EMBED_EXE=
_VC_MANIFEST_EMBED_DLL=
VCVER=0
!if ![echo VCVERSION=_MSC_VER > vercl.x] \
    && ![echo $(_HASH)if defined(_M_IX86) >> vercl.x] \
    && ![echo ARCH=IX86 >> vercl.x] \
    && ![echo $(_HASH)elif defined(_M_AMD64) >> vercl.x] \
    && ![echo ARCH=AMD64 >> vercl.x] \
    && ![echo $(_HASH)elif defined(_M_ARM64) >> vercl.x] \
    && ![echo ARCH=ARM64 >> vercl.x] \
    && ![echo $(_HASH)endif >> vercl.x] \
    && ![$(cc32) -nologo -TC -P vercl.x 2>NUL]
!include vercl.i
!if $(VCVERSION) < 1900
!if ![echo VCVER= ^\> vercl.vc] \
    && ![set /a $(VCVERSION) / 100 - 6 >> vercl.vc]
!include vercl.vc
!endif
!else
# The simple calculation above does not apply to new Visual Studio releases
# Keep the compiler version in its native form.
VCVER = $(VCVERSION)
!endif
!endif

!if ![del 2>NUL /q/f vercl.x vercl.i vercl.vc]
!endif

#----------------------------------------------------------------
# The MACHINE macro is used by legacy makefiles so set it as well
!ifdef MACHINE
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "x86"
!undef MACHINE
MACHINE = IX86
!elseif "$(MACHINE)" == "arm64"
!undef MACHINE
MACHINE = ARM64
!elseif "$(MACHINE)" == "x64"
!undef MACHINE
MACHINE = AMD64
!endif
!if "$(MACHINE)" != "$(ARCH)"
!error Specified MACHINE macro $(MACHINE) does not match detected target architecture $(ARCH).
!endif
!else
MACHINE=$(ARCH)
!endif

#---------------------------------------------------------------
# The PLATFORM_IDENTIFY macro matches the values returned by
# the Tcl platform::identify command
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "AMD64"
PLATFORM_IDENTIFY = win32-x86_64
!elseif "$(MACHINE)" == "ARM64"
PLATFORM_IDENTIFY = win32-arm
!else
PLATFORM_IDENTIFY = win32-ix86
!endif

# The MULTIPLATFORM macro controls whether binary extensions are installed
# in platform-specific directories. Intended to be set/used by extensions.
!ifndef MULTIPLATFORM_INSTALL
MULTIPLATFORM_INSTALL = 0
!endif

#------------------------------------------------------------
# Figure out the *host* architecture by reading the registry

!if ![reg query HKLM\Hardware\Description\System\CentralProcessor\0 /v Identifier | findstr /i x86]
NATIVE_ARCH=IX86
!elseif ![reg query HKLM\Hardware\Description\System\CentralProcessor\0 /v Identifier | findstr /i ARM | findstr /i 64-bit]
NATIVE_ARCH=ARM64
!else
NATIVE_ARCH=AMD64
!endif

# Since MSVC8 we must deal with manifest resources.
!if $(VCVERSION) >= 1400
_VC_MANIFEST_EMBED_EXE=if exist [email protected] mt -nologo -manifest [email protected] -outputresource:$@;1
_VC_MANIFEST_EMBED_DLL=if exist [email protected] mt -nologo -manifest [email protected] -outputresource:$@;2
!endif

################################################################
# 4. Build the nmakehlp program
# This is a helper app we need to overcome nmake's limiting
# environment. We will call out to it to get various bits of
# information about supported compiler options etc.
#
# Tcl itself will always use the nmakehlp.c program which is
# in its own source. It will be kept updated there.
#
# Extensions built against an installed Tcl will use the installed
# copy of Tcl's nmakehlp.c if there is one and their own version
# otherwise. In the latter case, they would also be using their own
# rules.vc. Note that older versions of Tcl do not install nmakehlp.c
# or rules.vc.
#
# Extensions built against Tcl sources will use the one from the Tcl source.
#
# When building an extension using a sufficiently new version of Tcl,
# rules-ext.vc will define NMAKEHLPC appropriately to point to the
# copy of nmakehlp.c to be used.

!ifndef NMAKEHLPC
# Default to the one in the current directory (the extension's own nmakehlp.c)
NMAKEHLPC = nmakehlp.c

!if !$(DOING_TCL)
!if $(TCLINSTALL)
!if exist("$(_TCLDIR)\lib\nmake\nmakehlp.c")
NMAKEHLPC = $(_TCLDIR)\lib\nmake\nmakehlp.c
!endif
!else # !$(TCLINSTALL)
!if exist("$(_TCLDIR)\win\nmakehlp.c")
NMAKEHLPC = $(_TCLDIR)\win\nmakehlp.c
!endif
!endif # $(TCLINSTALL)
!endif # !$(DOING_TCL)

!endif # NMAKEHLPC

# We always build nmakehlp even if it exists since we do not know
# what source it was built from.
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "IX86" || "$(MACHINE)" == "$(NATIVE_ARCH)"
!if [$(cc32) -nologo "$(NMAKEHLPC)" -link -subsystem:console > nul]
!endif
!else
!if [copy $(NMAKEHLPC:nmakehlp.c=x86_64-w64-mingw32-nmakehlp.exe) nmakehlp.exe >NUL]
!endif
!endif

################################################################
# 5. Test for compiler features
# Visual C++ compiler options have changed over the years. Check
# which options are supported by the compiler in use.
#
# The following macros are set:
# OPTIMIZATIONS - the compiler flags to be used for optimized builds
# DEBUGFLAGS - the compiler flags to be used for debug builds
# LINKERFLAGS - Flags passed to the linker
#
# Note that these are the compiler settings *available*, not those
# that will be *used*. The latter depends on the OPTS macro settings
# which we have not yet parsed.
#
# Also note that some of the flags in OPTIMIZATIONS are not really
# related to optimization. They are placed there only for legacy reasons
# as some extensions expect them to be included in that macro.

# -Op improves float consistency. Note only needed for older compilers
# Newer compilers do not need or support this option.
!if [nmakehlp -c -Op]
FPOPTS  = -Op
!endif

# Strict floating point semantics - present in newer compilers in lieu of -Op
!if [nmakehlp -c -fp:strict]
FPOPTS  = $(FPOPTS) -fp:strict
!endif

!if "$(MACHINE)" == "IX86"
### test for pentium errata
!if [nmakehlp -c -QI0f]
!message *** Compiler has 'Pentium 0x0f fix'
FPOPTS  = $(FPOPTS) -QI0f
!else
!message *** Compiler does not have 'Pentium 0x0f fix'
!endif
!endif

### test for optimizations
# /O2 optimization includes /Og /Oi /Ot /Oy /Ob2 /Gs /GF /Gy as per
# documentation. Note we do NOT want /Gs as that inserts a _chkstk
# stack probe at *every* function entry, not just those with more than
# a page of stack allocation resulting in a performance hit.  However,
# /O2 documentation is misleading as its stack probes are simply the
# default page size locals allocation probes and not what is implied
# by an explicit /Gs option.

OPTIMIZATIONS = $(FPOPTS)

!if [nmakehlp -c -O2]
OPTIMIZING = 1
OPTIMIZATIONS   = $(OPTIMIZATIONS) -O2
!else
# Legacy, really. All modern compilers support this
!message *** Compiler does not have 'Optimizations'
OPTIMIZING = 0
!endif

# Checks for buffer overflows in local arrays
!if [nmakehlp -c -GS]
OPTIMIZATIONS  = $(OPTIMIZATIONS) -GS
!endif

# Link time optimization. Note that this option (potentially) makes
# generated libraries only usable by the specific VC++ version that
# created it. Requires /LTCG linker option
!if [nmakehlp -c -GL]
OPTIMIZATIONS  = $(OPTIMIZATIONS) -GL
CC_GL_OPT_ENABLED = 1
!else
# In newer compilers -GL and -YX are incompatible.
!if [nmakehlp -c -YX]
OPTIMIZATIONS  = $(OPTIMIZATIONS) -YX
!endif
!endif # [nmakehlp -c -GL]

DEBUGFLAGS     = $(FPOPTS)

# Run time error checks. Not available or valid in a release, non-debug build
# RTC is for modern compilers, -GZ is legacy
!if [nmakehlp -c -RTC1]
DEBUGFLAGS     = $(DEBUGFLAGS) -RTC1
!elseif [nmakehlp -c -GZ]
DEBUGFLAGS     = $(DEBUGFLAGS) -GZ
!endif

#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Linker flags

# LINKER_TESTFLAGS are for internal use when we call nmakehlp to test
# if the linker supports a specific option. Without these flags link will
# return "LNK1561: entry point must be defined" error compiling from VS-IDE:
# They are not passed through to the actual application / extension
# link rules.
!ifndef LINKER_TESTFLAGS
LINKER_TESTFLAGS = /DLL /NOENTRY /OUT:nmakehlp.out
!endif

LINKERFLAGS     =

# If compiler has enabled link time optimization, linker must too with -ltcg
!ifdef CC_GL_OPT_ENABLED
!if [nmakehlp -l -ltcg $(LINKER_TESTFLAGS)]
LINKERFLAGS     = $(LINKERFLAGS) -ltcg
!endif
!endif


################################################################
# 6. Extract various version numbers from headers
# For Tcl and Tk, version numbers are extracted from tcl.h and tk.h
# respectively. For extensions, versions are extracted from the
# configure.in or configure.ac from the TEA configuration if it
# exists, and unset otherwise.
# Sets the following macros:
# TCL_MAJOR_VERSION
# TCL_MINOR_VERSION
# TCL_RELEASE_SERIAL
# TCL_PATCH_LEVEL
# TCL_PATCH_LETTER
# TCL_VERSION
# TK_MAJOR_VERSION
# TK_MINOR_VERSION
# TK_RELEASE_SERIAL
# TK_PATCH_LEVEL
# TK_PATCH_LETTER
# TK_VERSION
# DOTVERSION - set as (for example) 2.5
# VERSION - set as (for example 25)
#--------------------------------------------------------------

!if [echo REM = This file is generated from rules.vc > versions.vc]
!endif
!if [echo TCL_MAJOR_VERSION = \>> versions.vc] \
   && [nmakehlp -V "$(_TCL_H)" "define TCL_MAJOR_VERSION" >> versions.vc]
!endif
!if [echo TCL_MINOR_VERSION = \>> versions.vc] \
   && [nmakehlp -V "$(_TCL_H)" TCL_MINOR_VERSION >> versions.vc]
!endif
!if [echo TCL_RELEASE_SERIAL = \>> versions.vc] \
   && [nmakehlp -V "$(_TCL_H)" TCL_RELEASE_SERIAL >> versions.vc]
!endif
!if [echo TCL_PATCH_LEVEL = \>> versions.vc] \
   && [nmakehlp -V "$(_TCL_H)" TCL_PATCH_LEVEL >> versions.vc]
!endif

!if defined(_TK_H)
!if [echo TK_MAJOR_VERSION = \>> versions.vc] \
   && [nmakehlp -V $(_TK_H) "define TK_MAJOR_VERSION" >> versions.vc]
!endif
!if [echo TK_MINOR_VERSION = \>> versions.vc] \
   && [nmakehlp -V $(_TK_H) TK_MINOR_VERSION >> versions.vc]
!endif
!if [echo TK_RELEASE_SERIAL = \>> versions.vc] \
   && [nmakehlp -V "$(_TK_H)" TK_RELEASE_SERIAL >> versions.vc]
!endif
!if [echo TK_PATCH_LEVEL = \>> versions.vc] \
   && [nmakehlp -V $(_TK_H) TK_PATCH_LEVEL >> versions.vc]
!endif
!endif # _TK_H

!include versions.vc

TCL_VERSION	= $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION)$(TCL_MINOR_VERSION)
TCL_DOTVERSION	= $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION).$(TCL_MINOR_VERSION)
!if [nmakehlp -f $(TCL_PATCH_LEVEL) "a"]
TCL_PATCH_LETTER = a
!elseif [nmakehlp -f $(TCL_PATCH_LEVEL) "b"]
TCL_PATCH_LETTER = b
!else
TCL_PATCH_LETTER = .
!endif

!if defined(_TK_H)

TK_VERSION	= $(TK_MAJOR_VERSION)$(TK_MINOR_VERSION)
TK_DOTVERSION	= $(TK_MAJOR_VERSION).$(TK_MINOR_VERSION)
!if [nmakehlp -f $(TK_PATCH_LEVEL) "a"]
TK_PATCH_LETTER = a
!elseif [nmakehlp -f $(TK_PATCH_LEVEL) "b"]
TK_PATCH_LETTER = b
!else
TK_PATCH_LETTER = .
!endif

!endif

# Set DOTVERSION and VERSION
!if $(DOING_TCL)

DOTVERSION = $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION).$(TCL_MINOR_VERSION)
VERSION = $(TCL_VERSION)

!elseif $(DOING_TK)

DOTVERSION = $(TK_DOTVERSION)
VERSION = $(TK_VERSION)

!else # Doing a non-Tk extension

# If parent makefile has not defined DOTVERSION, try to get it from TEA
# first from a configure.in file, and then from configure.ac
!ifndef DOTVERSION
!if [echo DOTVERSION = \> versions.vc] \
   || [nmakehlp -V $(ROOT)\configure.in ^[$(PROJECT)^] >> versions.vc]
!if [echo DOTVERSION = \> versions.vc] \
   || [nmakehlp -V $(ROOT)\configure.ac ^[$(PROJECT)^] >> versions.vc]
!error *** Could not figure out extension version. Please define DOTVERSION in parent makefile before including rules.vc.
!endif
!endif
!include versions.vc
!endif # DOTVERSION
VERSION         = $(DOTVERSION:.=)

!endif # $(DOING_TCL) ... etc.

# Windows RC files have 3 version components. Ensure this irrespective
# of how many components the package has specified. Basically, ensure
# minimum 4 components by appending 4 0's and then pick out the first 4.
# Also take care of the fact that DOTVERSION may have "a" or "b" instead
# of "." separating the version components.
DOTSEPARATED=$(DOTVERSION:a=.)
DOTSEPARATED=$(DOTSEPARATED:b=.)
!if [echo RCCOMMAVERSION = \> versions.vc] \
  || [for /f "tokens=1,2,3,4,5* delims=." %a in ("$(DOTSEPARATED).0.0.0.0") do echo %a,%b,%c,%d >> versions.vc]
!error *** Could not generate RCCOMMAVERSION ***
!endif
!include versions.vc

########################################################################
# 7. Parse the OPTS macro to work out the requested build configuration.
# Based on this, we will construct the actual switches to be passed to the
# compiler and linker using the macros defined in the previous section.
# The following macros are defined by this section based on OPTS
# STATIC_BUILD - 0 -> Tcl is to be built as a shared library
#                1 -> build as a static library and shell
# TCL_THREADS - legacy but always 1 on Windows since winsock requires it.
# DEBUG - 1 -> debug build, 0 -> release builds
# SYMBOLS - 1 -> generate PDB's, 0 -> no PDB's
# PROFILE - 1 -> generate profiling info, 0 -> no profiling
# PGO     - 1 -> profile based optimization, 0 -> no
# MSVCRT  - 1 -> link to dynamic C runtime even when building static Tcl build
#           0 -> link to static C runtime for static Tcl build.
#           Does not impact shared Tcl builds (STATIC_BUILD == 0)
#           Default: 1 for Tcl 8.7 and up, 0 otherwise.
# TCL_USE_STATIC_PACKAGES - 1 -> statically link the registry and dde extensions
#           in the Tcl and Wish shell. 0 -> keep them as shared libraries. Does
#           not impact shared Tcl builds. Implied by STATIC_BUILD since Tcl 8.7.
# USE_THREAD_ALLOC - 1 -> Use a shared global free pool for allocation.
#           0 -> Use the non-thread allocator.
# UNCHECKED - 1 -> when doing a debug build with symbols, use the release
#           C runtime, 0 -> use the debug C runtime.
# USE_STUBS - 1 -> compile to use stubs interfaces, 0 -> direct linking
# CONFIG_CHECK - 1 -> check current build configuration against Tcl
#           configuration (ignored for Tcl itself)
# _USE_64BIT_TIME_T - forces a build using 64-bit time_t for 32-bit build
#           (CRT library should support this, not needed for Tcl 9.x)
# Further, LINKERFLAGS are modified based on above.

# Default values for all the above
STATIC_BUILD	= 0
TCL_THREADS	= 1
DEBUG		= 0
SYMBOLS		= 0
PROFILE		= 0
PGO		= 0
MSVCRT		= 1
TCL_USE_STATIC_PACKAGES	= 0
USE_THREAD_ALLOC = 1
UNCHECKED	= 0
CONFIG_CHECK    = 1
!if $(DOING_TCL)
USE_STUBS       = 0
!else
USE_STUBS       = 1
!endif

# If OPTS is not empty AND does not contain "none" which turns off all OPTS
# set the above macros based on OPTS content
!if "$(OPTS)" != "" && ![nmakehlp -f "$(OPTS)" "none"]

# OPTS are specified, parse them

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "static"]
!message *** Doing static
STATIC_BUILD	= 1
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "nostubs"]
!message *** Not using stubs
USE_STUBS	= 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "nomsvcrt"]
!message *** Doing nomsvcrt
MSVCRT		= 0
!else
!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "msvcrt"]
!message *** Doing msvcrt
!else
!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8 && $(TCL_MINOR_VERSION) < 7 && $(STATIC_BUILD)
MSVCRT		= 0
!endif
!endif
!endif # [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "nomsvcrt"]

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "staticpkg"] && $(STATIC_BUILD)
!message *** Doing staticpkg
TCL_USE_STATIC_PACKAGES	= 1
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "nothreads"]
!message *** Compile explicitly for non-threaded tcl
TCL_THREADS = 0
USE_THREAD_ALLOC= 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "tcl8"]
!message *** Build for Tcl8
TCL_BUILD_FOR = 8
!endif

!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8
!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "time64bit"]
!message *** Force 64-bit time_t
_USE_64BIT_TIME_T = 1
!endif
!endif

# Yes, it's weird that the "symbols" option controls DEBUG and
# the "pdbs" option controls SYMBOLS. That's historical.
!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "symbols"]
!message *** Doing symbols
DEBUG		= 1
!else
DEBUG		= 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "pdbs"]
!message *** Doing pdbs
SYMBOLS		= 1
!else
SYMBOLS		= 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "profile"]
!message *** Doing profile
PROFILE		= 1
!else
PROFILE		= 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "pgi"]
!message *** Doing profile guided optimization instrumentation
PGO		= 1
!elseif [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "pgo"]
!message *** Doing profile guided optimization
PGO		= 2
!else
PGO		= 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "loimpact"]
!message *** Warning: ignoring option "loimpact" - deprecated on modern Windows.
!endif

# TBD - should get rid of this option
!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "thrdalloc"]
!message *** Doing thrdalloc
USE_THREAD_ALLOC = 1
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "tclalloc"]
USE_THREAD_ALLOC = 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "unchecked"]
!message *** Doing unchecked
UNCHECKED = 1
!else
UNCHECKED = 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(OPTS) "noconfigcheck"]
CONFIG_CHECK = 1
!else
CONFIG_CHECK = 0
!endif

!endif # "$(OPTS)" != ""  && ... parsing of OPTS

# Set linker flags based on above

!if $(PGO) > 1
!if [nmakehlp -l -ltcg:pgoptimize $(LINKER_TESTFLAGS)]
LINKERFLAGS	= $(LINKERFLAGS:-ltcg=) -ltcg:pgoptimize
!else
MSG=^
This compiler does not support profile guided optimization.
!error $(MSG)
!endif
!elseif $(PGO) > 0
!if [nmakehlp -l -ltcg:pginstrument $(LINKER_TESTFLAGS)]
LINKERFLAGS	= $(LINKERFLAGS:-ltcg=) -ltcg:pginstrument
!else
MSG=^
This compiler does not support profile guided optimization.
!error $(MSG)
!endif
!endif

################################################################
# 8. Parse the STATS macro to configure code instrumentation
# The following macros are set by this section:
# TCL_MEM_DEBUG - 1 -> enables memory allocation instrumentation
#                 0 -> disables
# TCL_COMPILE_DEBUG - 1 -> enables byte compiler logging
#                     0 -> disables

# Default both are off
TCL_MEM_DEBUG	    = 0
TCL_COMPILE_DEBUG   = 0

!if "$(STATS)" != "" && ![nmakehlp -f "$(STATS)" "none"]

!if [nmakehlp -f $(STATS) "memdbg"]
!message *** Doing memdbg
TCL_MEM_DEBUG	    = 1
!else
TCL_MEM_DEBUG	    = 0
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(STATS) "compdbg"]
!message *** Doing compdbg
TCL_COMPILE_DEBUG   = 1
!else
TCL_COMPILE_DEBUG   = 0
!endif

!endif

####################################################################
# 9. Parse the CHECKS macro to configure additional compiler checks
# The following macros are set by this section:
# WARNINGS - compiler switches that control the warnings level
# TCL_NO_DEPRECATED - 1 -> disable support for deprecated functions
#                     0 -> enable deprecated functions

# Defaults - Permit deprecated functions and warning level 3
TCL_NO_DEPRECATED	    = 0
WARNINGS		    = -W3

!if "$(CHECKS)" != "" && ![nmakehlp -f "$(CHECKS)" "none"]

!if [nmakehlp -f $(CHECKS) "nodep"]
!message *** Doing nodep check
TCL_NO_DEPRECATED	    = 1
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(CHECKS) "fullwarn"]
!message *** Doing full warnings check
WARNINGS		    = -W4
!if [nmakehlp -l -warn:3 $(LINKER_TESTFLAGS)]
LINKERFLAGS		    = $(LINKERFLAGS) -warn:3
!endif
!endif

!if [nmakehlp -f $(CHECKS) "64bit"] && [nmakehlp -c -Wp64]
!message *** Doing 64bit portability warnings
WARNINGS		    = $(WARNINGS) -Wp64
!endif

!endif


################################################################
# 10. Construct output directory and file paths
# Figure-out how to name our intermediate and output directories.
# In order to avoid inadvertent mixing of object files built using
# different compilers, build configurations etc.,
#
# Naming convention (suffixes):
#   t = full thread support. (Not used for Tcl >= 8.7)
#   s = static library (as opposed to an import library)
#   g = linked to the debug enabled C run-time.
#   x = special static build when it links to the dynamic C run-time.
#
# The following macros are set in this section:
# SUFX - the suffix to use for binaries based on above naming convention
# BUILDDIRTOP - the toplevel default output directory
#      is of the form {Release,Debug}[_AMD64][_COMPILERVERSION]
# TMP_DIR - directory where object files are created
# OUT_DIR - directory where output executables are created
# Both TMP_DIR and OUT_DIR are defaulted only if not defined by the
# parent makefile (or command line). The default values are
# based on BUILDDIRTOP.
# STUBPREFIX - name of the stubs library for this project
# PRJIMPLIB - output path of the generated project import library
# PRJLIBNAME - name of generated project library
# PRJLIB     - output path of generated project library
# PRJSTUBLIBNAME - name of the generated project stubs library
# PRJSTUBLIB - output path of the generated project stubs library
# RESFILE - output resource file (only if not static build)

SUFX	    = tsgx

!if $(DEBUG)
BUILDDIRTOP = Debug
!else
BUILDDIRTOP = Release
!endif

!if "$(MACHINE)" != "IX86"
BUILDDIRTOP =$(BUILDDIRTOP)_$(MACHINE)
!endif
!if $(VCVER) > 6
BUILDDIRTOP =$(BUILDDIRTOP)_VC$(VCVER)
!endif

!if !$(DEBUG) || $(TCL_VERSION) > 86 || $(DEBUG) && $(UNCHECKED)
SUFX	    = $(SUFX:g=)
!endif

TMP_DIRFULL = .\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\$(PROJECT)_ThreadedDynamicStaticX

!if !$(STATIC_BUILD)
TMP_DIRFULL = $(TMP_DIRFULL:Static=)
SUFX	    = $(SUFX:s=)
EXT	    = dll
TMP_DIRFULL = $(TMP_DIRFULL:X=)
SUFX	    = $(SUFX:x=)
!else
TMP_DIRFULL = $(TMP_DIRFULL:Dynamic=)
EXT	    = lib
!if $(MSVCRT) && $(TCL_VERSION) > 86 || !$(MSVCRT) && $(TCL_VERSION) < 87
TMP_DIRFULL = $(TMP_DIRFULL:X=)
SUFX	    = $(SUFX:x=)
!endif
!endif

!if !$(TCL_THREADS) || $(TCL_VERSION) > 86
TMP_DIRFULL = $(TMP_DIRFULL:Threaded=)
SUFX	    = $(SUFX:t=)
!endif

!ifndef TMP_DIR
TMP_DIR	    = $(TMP_DIRFULL)
!ifndef OUT_DIR
OUT_DIR	    = .\$(BUILDDIRTOP)
!endif
!else
!ifndef OUT_DIR
OUT_DIR	    = $(TMP_DIR)
!endif
!endif

# Relative paths -> absolute
!if [echo OUT_DIR = \> nmakehlp.out] \
   || [nmakehlp -Q "$(OUT_DIR)" >> nmakehlp.out]
!error *** Could not fully qualify path OUT_DIR=$(OUT_DIR)
!endif
!if [echo TMP_DIR = \>> nmakehlp.out] \
   || [nmakehlp -Q "$(TMP_DIR)" >> nmakehlp.out]
!error *** Could not fully qualify path TMP_DIR=$(TMP_DIR)
!endif
!include nmakehlp.out

# The name of the stubs library for the project being built
STUBPREFIX      = $(PROJECT)stub

#
# Set up paths to various Tcl executables and libraries needed by extensions
#

# TIP 430. Unused for 8.6 but no harm defining it to allow a common rules.vc
TCLSCRIPTZIPNAME = libtcl$(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION).$(TCL_MINOR_VERSION)$(TCL_PATCH_LETTER)$(TCL_RELEASE_SERIAL).zip
TKSCRIPTZIPNAME = libtk$(TK_MAJOR_VERSION).$(TK_MINOR_VERSION)$(TK_PATCH_LETTER)$(TK_RELEASE_SERIAL).zip

!if $(DOING_TCL)
TCLSHNAME       = $(PROJECT)sh$(VERSION)$(SUFX).exe
TCLSH		= $(OUT_DIR)\$(TCLSHNAME)
TCLIMPLIB	= $(OUT_DIR)\$(PROJECT)$(VERSION)$(SUFX).lib
TCLLIBNAME	= $(PROJECT)$(VERSION)$(SUFX).$(EXT)
TCLLIB		= $(OUT_DIR)\$(TCLLIBNAME)
TCLSCRIPTZIP    = $(OUT_DIR)\$(TCLSCRIPTZIPNAME)

!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8
TCLSTUBLIBNAME	= $(STUBPREFIX)$(VERSION).lib
!else
TCLSTUBLIBNAME	= $(STUBPREFIX).lib
!endif
TCLSTUBLIB	= $(OUT_DIR)\$(TCLSTUBLIBNAME)
TCL_INCLUDES    = -I"$(WIN_DIR)" -I"$(GENERICDIR)"

!else # !$(DOING_TCL)

!if $(TCLINSTALL) # Building against an installed Tcl

# When building extensions, we need to locate tclsh. Depending on version
# of Tcl we are building against, this may or may not have a "t" suffix.
# Try various possibilities in turn.
TCLSH		= $(_TCLDIR)\bin\tclsh$(TCL_VERSION)$(SUFX:t=).exe
!if !exist("$(TCLSH)")
TCLSH           = $(_TCLDIR)\bin\tclsh$(TCL_VERSION)t$(SUFX:t=).exe
!endif

!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8
TCLSTUBLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\lib\tclstub$(TCL_VERSION).lib
!else
TCLSTUBLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\lib\tclstub.lib
!endif
TCLIMPLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\lib\tcl$(TCL_VERSION)$(SUFX:t=).lib
# When building extensions, may be linking against Tcl that does not add
# "t" suffix (e.g. 8.5 or 8.7). If lib not found check for that possibility.
!if !exist("$(TCLIMPLIB)")
TCLIMPLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\lib\tcl$(TCL_VERSION)t$(SUFX:t=).lib
!endif
TCL_LIBRARY	= $(_TCLDIR)\lib
TCLREGLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\lib\tclreg13$(SUFX:t=).lib
TCLDDELIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\lib\tcldde14$(SUFX:t=).lib
TCLSCRIPTZIP	= $(_TCLDIR)\lib\$(TCLSCRIPTZIPNAME)
TCLTOOLSDIR	= \must\have\tcl\sources\to\build\this\target
TCL_INCLUDES    = -I"$(_TCLDIR)\include"

!else # Building against Tcl sources

TCLSH		= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tclsh$(TCL_VERSION)$(SUFX:t=).exe
!if !exist($(TCLSH))
TCLSH		= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tclsh$(TCL_VERSION)t$(SUFX:t=).exe
!endif
!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8
TCLSTUBLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tclstub$(TCL_VERSION).lib
!else
TCLSTUBLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tclstub.lib
!endif
TCLIMPLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tcl$(TCL_VERSION)$(SUFX:t=).lib
# When building extensions, may be linking against Tcl that does not add
# "t" suffix (e.g. 8.5 or 8.7). If lib not found check for that possibility.
!if !exist("$(TCLIMPLIB)")
TCLIMPLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tcl$(TCL_VERSION)t$(SUFX:t=).lib
!endif
TCL_LIBRARY	= $(_TCLDIR)\library
TCLREGLIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tclreg13$(SUFX:t=).lib
TCLDDELIB	= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tcldde14$(SUFX:t=).lib
TCLSCRIPTZIP	= $(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\$(TCLSCRIPTZIPNAME)
TCLTOOLSDIR	= $(_TCLDIR)\tools
TCL_INCLUDES	= -I"$(_TCLDIR)\generic" -I"$(_TCLDIR)\win"

!endif # TCLINSTALL

!if !$(STATIC_BUILD) && "$(TCL_BUILD_FOR)" == "8"
tcllibs = "$(TCLSTUBLIB)"
!else
tcllibs = "$(TCLSTUBLIB)" "$(TCLIMPLIB)"
!endif

!endif # $(DOING_TCL)

# We need a tclsh that will run on the host machine as part of the build.
# IX86 runs on all architectures.
!ifndef TCLSH_NATIVE
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "IX86" || "$(MACHINE)" == "$(NATIVE_ARCH)"
TCLSH_NATIVE	= $(TCLSH)
!else
!error You must explicitly set TCLSH_NATIVE for cross-compilation
!endif
!endif

# Do the same for Tk and Tk extensions that require the Tk libraries
!if $(DOING_TK) || $(NEED_TK)
WISHNAMEPREFIX = wish
WISHNAME = $(WISHNAMEPREFIX)$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX).exe
TKLIBNAME8	= tk$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX).$(EXT)
TKLIBNAME9	= tcl9tk$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX).$(EXT)
!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8 || "$(TCL_BUILD_FOR)" == "8"
TKLIBNAME	= tk$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX).$(EXT)
TKIMPLIBNAME	= tk$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX).lib
!else
TKLIBNAME	= tcl9tk$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX).$(EXT)
TKIMPLIBNAME	= tcl9tk$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX).lib
!endif
!if $(TK_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8
TKSTUBLIBNAME	= tkstub$(TK_VERSION).lib
!else
TKSTUBLIBNAME	= tkstub.lib
!endif

!if $(DOING_TK)
WISH 		= $(OUT_DIR)\$(WISHNAME)
TKSTUBLIB	= $(OUT_DIR)\$(TKSTUBLIBNAME)
TKIMPLIB	= $(OUT_DIR)\$(TKIMPLIBNAME)
TKLIB		= $(OUT_DIR)\$(TKLIBNAME)
TK_INCLUDES     = -I"$(WIN_DIR)" -I"$(GENERICDIR)"
TKSCRIPTZIP     = $(OUT_DIR)\$(TKSCRIPTZIPNAME)

!else # effectively NEED_TK

!if $(TKINSTALL) # Building against installed Tk
WISH		= $(_TKDIR)\bin\$(WISHNAME)
TKSTUBLIB	= $(_TKDIR)\lib\$(TKSTUBLIBNAME)
TKIMPLIB	= $(_TKDIR)\lib\$(TKIMPLIBNAME)
# When building extensions, may be linking against Tk that does not add
# "t" suffix (e.g. 8.5 or 8.7). If lib not found check for that possibility.
!if !exist("$(TKIMPLIB)")
TKIMPLIBNAME	= tk$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX:t=).lib
TKIMPLIB	= $(_TKDIR)\lib\$(TKIMPLIBNAME)
!endif
TK_INCLUDES     = -I"$(_TKDIR)\include"
TKSCRIPTZIP     = $(_TKDIR)\lib\$(TKSCRIPTZIPNAME)

!else # Building against Tk sources

WISH		= $(_TKDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\$(WISHNAME)
TKSTUBLIB	= $(_TKDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\$(TKSTUBLIBNAME)
TKIMPLIB	= $(_TKDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\$(TKIMPLIBNAME)
# When building extensions, may be linking against Tk that does not add
# "t" suffix (e.g. 8.5 or 8.7). If lib not found check for that possibility.
!if !exist("$(TKIMPLIB)")
TKIMPLIBNAME	= tk$(TK_VERSION)$(SUFX:t=).lib
TKIMPLIB	= $(_TKDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\$(TKIMPLIBNAME)
!endif
TK_INCLUDES     = -I"$(_TKDIR)\generic" -I"$(_TKDIR)\win" -I"$(_TKDIR)\xlib"
TKSCRIPTZIP     = $(_TKDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\$(TKSCRIPTZIPNAME)

!endif # TKINSTALL

tklibs = "$(TKSTUBLIB)" "$(TKIMPLIB)"

!endif # $(DOING_TK)
!endif # $(DOING_TK) || $(NEED_TK)

# Various output paths
PRJIMPLIB	= $(OUT_DIR)\$(PROJECT)$(VERSION)$(SUFX).lib
PRJLIBNAME8	= $(PROJECT)$(VERSION)$(SUFX).$(EXT)
PRJLIBNAME9	= tcl9$(PROJECT)$(VERSION)$(SUFX).$(EXT)
!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8 || "$(TCL_BUILD_FOR)" == "8"
PRJLIBNAME	= $(PRJLIBNAME8)
!else
PRJLIBNAME	= $(PRJLIBNAME9)
!endif
PRJLIB		= $(OUT_DIR)\$(PRJLIBNAME)

!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8
PRJSTUBLIBNAME	= $(STUBPREFIX)$(VERSION).lib
!else
PRJSTUBLIBNAME	= $(STUBPREFIX).lib
!endif
PRJSTUBLIB	= $(OUT_DIR)\$(PRJSTUBLIBNAME)

# If extension parent makefile has not defined a resource definition file,
# we will generate one from standard template.
!if !$(DOING_TCL) && !$(DOING_TK) && !$(STATIC_BUILD)
!ifdef RCFILE
RESFILE = $(TMP_DIR)\$(RCFILE:.rc=.res)
!else
RESFILE = $(TMP_DIR)\$(PROJECT).res
!endif
!endif

###################################################################
# 11. Construct the paths for the installation directories
# The following macros get defined in this section:
# LIB_INSTALL_DIR - where libraries should be installed
# BIN_INSTALL_DIR - where the executables should be installed
# DOC_INSTALL_DIR - where documentation should be installed
# SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR - where scripts should be installed
# INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR - where C include files should be installed
# DEMO_INSTALL_DIR - where demos should be installed
# PRJ_INSTALL_DIR - where package will be installed (not set for Tcl and Tk)

!if $(DOING_TCL) || $(DOING_TK)
LIB_INSTALL_DIR		= $(_INSTALLDIR)\lib
BIN_INSTALL_DIR		= $(_INSTALLDIR)\bin
DOC_INSTALL_DIR		= $(_INSTALLDIR)\doc
!if $(DOING_TCL)
SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR	= $(_INSTALLDIR)\lib\$(PROJECT)$(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION).$(TCL_MINOR_VERSION)
MODULE_INSTALL_DIR	= $(_INSTALLDIR)\lib\tcl$(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION)
!else # DOING_TK
SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR	= $(_INSTALLDIR)\lib\$(PROJECT)$(TK_MAJOR_VERSION).$(TK_MINOR_VERSION)
!endif
DEMO_INSTALL_DIR	= $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)\demos
INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR	= $(_INSTALLDIR)\include

!else # extension other than Tk

PRJ_INSTALL_DIR         = $(_INSTALLDIR)\$(PROJECT)$(DOTVERSION)
!if $(MULTIPLATFORM_INSTALL)
LIB_INSTALL_DIR		= $(PRJ_INSTALL_DIR)\$(PLATFORM_IDENTIFY)
BIN_INSTALL_DIR		= $(PRJ_INSTALL_DIR)\$(PLATFORM_IDENTIFY)
!else
LIB_INSTALL_DIR		= $(PRJ_INSTALL_DIR)
BIN_INSTALL_DIR		= $(PRJ_INSTALL_DIR)
!endif
DOC_INSTALL_DIR		= $(PRJ_INSTALL_DIR)
SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR	= $(PRJ_INSTALL_DIR)
DEMO_INSTALL_DIR	= $(PRJ_INSTALL_DIR)\demos
INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR	= $(_INSTALLDIR)\..\include

!endif

###################################################################
# 12. Set up actual options to be passed to the compiler and linker
# Now we have all the information we need, set up the actual flags and
# options that we will pass to the compiler and linker. The main
# makefile should use these in combination with whatever other flags
# and switches are specific to it.
# The following macros are defined, names are for historical compatibility:
# OPTDEFINES - /Dxxx C macro flags based on user-specified OPTS
# COMPILERFLAGS - /Dxxx C macro flags independent of any configuration options
# crt - Compiler switch that selects the appropriate C runtime
# cdebug - Compiler switches related to debug AND optimizations
# cwarn - Compiler switches that set warning levels
# cflags - complete compiler switches (subsumes cdebug and cwarn)
# ldebug - Linker switches controlling debug information and optimization
# lflags - complete linker switches (subsumes ldebug) except subsystem type
# dlllflags - complete linker switches to build DLLs (subsumes lflags)
# conlflags - complete linker switches for console program (subsumes lflags)
# guilflags - complete linker switches for GUI program (subsumes lflags)
# baselibs - minimum Windows libraries required. Parent makefile can
#    define PRJ_LIBS before including rules.rc if additional libs are needed

OPTDEFINES	= /DSTDC_HEADERS /DUSE_NMAKE=1
!if $(VCVERSION) > 1600
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DHAVE_STDINT_H=1
!else
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DMP_NO_STDINT=1
!endif
!if $(VCVERSION) >= 1800
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DHAVE_INTTYPES_H=1 /DHAVE_STDBOOL_H=1
!endif

!if $(TCL_MEM_DEBUG)
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_MEM_DEBUG
!endif
!if $(TCL_COMPILE_DEBUG)
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_COMPILE_DEBUG /DTCL_COMPILE_STATS
!endif
!if $(TCL_THREADS) && $(TCL_VERSION) < 87
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_THREADS=1
!if $(USE_THREAD_ALLOC) && $(TCL_VERSION) < 87
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DUSE_THREAD_ALLOC=1
!endif
!endif
!if $(STATIC_BUILD)
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DSTATIC_BUILD
!elseif $(TCL_VERSION) > 86
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_WITH_EXTERNAL_TOMMATH
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "AMD64" || "$(MACHINE)" == "ARM64"
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DMP_64BIT
!endif
!endif
!if $(TCL_NO_DEPRECATED)
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_NO_DEPRECATED
!endif

!if $(USE_STUBS)
# Note we do not define USE_TCL_STUBS even when building tk since some
# test targets in tk do not use stubs
!if !$(DOING_TCL)
USE_STUBS_DEFS  = /DUSE_TCL_STUBS /DUSE_TCLOO_STUBS
!if $(NEED_TK)
USE_STUBS_DEFS  = $(USE_STUBS_DEFS) /DUSE_TK_STUBS
!endif
!endif
!endif # USE_STUBS

!if !$(DEBUG)
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DNDEBUG
!if $(OPTIMIZING)
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_CFG_OPTIMIZED
!endif
!endif
!if $(PROFILE)
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_CFG_PROFILED
!endif
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "AMD64" || "$(MACHINE)" == "ARM64"
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_CFG_DO64BIT
!endif
!if $(VCVERSION) < 1300
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DNO_STRTOI64=1
!endif

!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8
!if "$(_USE_64BIT_TIME_T)" == "1"
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /D_USE_64BIT_TIME_T=1
!endif

# _ATL_XP_TARGETING - Newer SDK's need this to build for XP
COMPILERFLAGS  = /D_ATL_XP_TARGETING
!endif
!if "$(TCL_BUILD_FOR)" == "8"
OPTDEFINES	= $(OPTDEFINES) /DTCL_MAJOR_VERSION=8
!endif

# Like the TEA system only set this non empty for non-Tk extensions
# Note: some extensions use PACKAGE_NAME and others use PACKAGE_TCLNAME
# so we pass both
!if !$(DOING_TCL) && !$(DOING_TK)
PKGNAMEFLAGS = /DPACKAGE_NAME="\"$(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME)\"" \
               /DPACKAGE_TCLNAME="\"$(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME)\"" \
               /DPACKAGE_VERSION="\"$(DOTVERSION)\"" \
               /DMODULE_SCOPE=extern
!endif

# crt picks the C run time based on selected OPTS
!if $(MSVCRT)
!if $(DEBUG) && !$(UNCHECKED)
crt = -MDd
!else
crt = -MD
!endif
!else
!if $(DEBUG) && !$(UNCHECKED)
crt = -MTd
!else
crt = -MT
!endif
!endif

# cdebug includes compiler options for debugging as well as optimization.
!if $(DEBUG)

# In debugging mode, optimizations need to be disabled
cdebug = -Zi -Od $(DEBUGFLAGS)

!else

cdebug = $(OPTIMIZATIONS)
!if $(SYMBOLS)
cdebug = $(cdebug) -Zi
!endif

!endif # $(DEBUG)

# cwarn includes default warning levels, also C4090 (buggy) and C4146 is useless.
cwarn = $(WARNINGS) -wd4090 -wd4146

!if "$(MACHINE)" == "AMD64" || "$(MACHINE)" == "ARM64"
# Disable pointer<->int warnings related to cast between different sizes
# There are a gadzillion of these due to use of ClientData and
# clutter up compiler
# output increasing chance of a real warning getting lost. So disable them.
# Eventually some day, Tcl will be 64-bit clean.
cwarn = $(cwarn) -wd4311 -wd4312
!endif

### Common compiler options that are architecture specific
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "ARM"
carch = /D_ARM_WINAPI_PARTITION_DESKTOP_SDK_AVAILABLE
!else
carch =
!endif

# cpuid is only available on intel machines
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "IX86" || "$(MACHINE)" == "AMD64"
carch = $(carch) /DHAVE_CPUID=1
!endif

!if $(DEBUG)
# Turn warnings into errors
cwarn = $(cwarn) -WX
!endif

INCLUDES = $(TCL_INCLUDES) $(TK_INCLUDES) $(PRJ_INCLUDES)
!if !$(DOING_TCL) && !$(DOING_TK)
INCLUDES = $(INCLUDES) -I"$(GENERICDIR)" -I"$(WIN_DIR)" -I"$(COMPATDIR)"
!endif

# These flags are defined roughly in the order of the pre-reform
# rules.vc/makefile.vc to help visually compare that the pre- and
# post-reform build logs

# cflags contains generic flags used for building practically all object files
cflags = -nologo -c $(COMPILERFLAGS) $(carch) $(cwarn) -Fp$(TMP_DIR)^\ $(cdebug)

!if $(TCL_MAJOR_VERSION) == 8 && $(TCL_MINOR_VERSION) < 7
cflags = $(cflags) -DTcl_Size=int
!endif

# appcflags contains $(cflags) and flags for building the application
# object files (e.g. tclsh, or wish) pkgcflags contains $(cflags) plus
# flags used for building shared object files The two differ in the
# BUILD_$(PROJECT) macro which should be defined only for the shared
# library *implementation* and not for its caller interface

appcflags_nostubs = $(cflags) $(crt) $(INCLUDES) $(TCL_DEFINES) $(PRJ_DEFINES) $(OPTDEFINES)
appcflags = $(appcflags_nostubs) $(USE_STUBS_DEFS)
pkgcflags = $(appcflags) $(PKGNAMEFLAGS) /DBUILD_$(PROJECT)
pkgcflags_nostubs = $(appcflags_nostubs) $(PKGNAMEFLAGS) /DBUILD_$(PROJECT)

# stubscflags contains $(cflags) plus flags used for building a stubs
# library for the package.  Note: /DSTATIC_BUILD is defined in
# $(OPTDEFINES) only if the OPTS configuration indicates a static
# library. However the stubs library is ALWAYS static hence included
# here irrespective of the OPTS setting.
#
# TBD - tclvfs has a comment that stubs libs should not be compiled with -GL
# without stating why. Tcl itself compiled stubs libs with this flag.
# so we do not remove it from cflags. -GL may prevent extensions
# compiled with one VC version to fail to link against stubs library
# compiled with another VC version. Check for this and fix accordingly.
stubscflags = $(cflags) $(PKGNAMEFLAGS) $(PRJ_DEFINES) $(OPTDEFINES) /Zl /GL- /DSTATIC_BUILD $(INCLUDES) $(USE_STUBS_DEFS)

# Link flags

!if $(DEBUG)
ldebug	= -debug -debugtype:cv
!else
ldebug	= -release -opt:ref -opt:icf,3
!if $(SYMBOLS)
ldebug	= $(ldebug) -debug -debugtype:cv
!endif
!endif

# Note: Profiling is currently only possible with the Visual Studio Enterprise
!if $(PROFILE)
ldebug= $(ldebug) -profile
!endif

### Declarations common to all linker versions
lflags	= -nologo -machine:$(MACHINE) $(LINKERFLAGS) $(ldebug)

!if $(MSVCRT) && !($(DEBUG) && !$(UNCHECKED)) && $(VCVERSION) >= 1900
lflags	= $(lflags) -nodefaultlib:libucrt.lib
!endif

dlllflags = $(lflags) -dll
conlflags = $(lflags) -subsystem:console
guilflags = $(lflags) -subsystem:windows

# Libraries that are required for every image.
# Extensions should define any additional libraries with $(PRJ_LIBS)
winlibs   = kernel32.lib advapi32.lib

!if $(NEED_TK)
winlibs = $(winlibs) gdi32.lib user32.lib uxtheme.lib
!endif

# Avoid 'unresolved external symbol __security_cookie' errors.
# c.f. http://support.microsoft.com/?id=894573
!if "$(MACHINE)" == "AMD64"
!if $(VCVERSION) > 1399 && $(VCVERSION) < 1500
winlibs   = $(winlibs) bufferoverflowU.lib
!endif
!endif

baselibs = $(winlibs) $(PRJ_LIBS)

!if $(MSVCRT) && !($(DEBUG) && !$(UNCHECKED)) && $(VCVERSION) >= 1900
baselibs   = $(baselibs) ucrt.lib
!endif

################################################################
# 13. Define standard commands, common make targets and implicit rules

CCPKGCMD = $(cc32) $(pkgcflags) -Fo$(TMP_DIR)^\
CCAPPCMD = $(cc32) $(appcflags) -Fo$(TMP_DIR)^\
CCSTUBSCMD = $(cc32) $(stubscflags) -Fo$(TMP_DIR)^\

LIBCMD = $(lib32) -nologo $(LINKERFLAGS) -out:$@
DLLCMD = $(link32) $(dlllflags) -out:$@ $(baselibs) $(tcllibs) $(tklibs)

CONEXECMD = $(link32) $(conlflags) -out:$@ $(baselibs) $(tcllibs) $(tklibs)
GUIEXECMD = $(link32) $(guilflags) -out:$@ $(baselibs) $(tcllibs) $(tklibs)
RESCMD  = $(rc32) -fo $@ -r -i "$(GENERICDIR)" -i "$(TMP_DIR)" \
	    $(TCL_INCLUDES) /DSTATIC_BUILD=$(STATIC_BUILD) \
	    /DDEBUG=$(DEBUG) -d UNCHECKED=$(UNCHECKED) \
	    /DCOMMAVERSION=$(RCCOMMAVERSION) \
	    /DDOTVERSION=\"$(DOTVERSION)\" \
	    /DVERSION=\"$(VERSION)\" \
	    /DSUFX=\"$(SUFX)\" \
	    /DPROJECT=\"$(PROJECT)\" \
	    /DPRJLIBNAME=\"$(PRJLIBNAME)\"

!ifndef DEFAULT_BUILD_TARGET
DEFAULT_BUILD_TARGET = $(PROJECT)
!endif

default-target: $(DEFAULT_BUILD_TARGET)

!if $(MULTIPLATFORM_INSTALL)
default-pkgindex:
	@echo if {[package vsatisfies [package provide Tcl] 9.0-]} { > $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo package ifneeded $(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME) $(DOTVERSION) \
	    [list load [file join $$dir $(PLATFORM_IDENTIFY) $(PRJLIBNAME9)]] >> $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo } else { >> $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo package ifneeded $(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME) $(DOTVERSION) \
	    [list load [file join $$dir $(PLATFORM_IDENTIFY) $(PRJLIBNAME8)]] >> $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo } >> $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
!else
default-pkgindex:
	@echo if {[package vsatisfies [package provide Tcl] 9.0-]} { > $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo package ifneeded $(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME) $(DOTVERSION) \
	    [list load [file join $$dir $(PRJLIBNAME9)]] >> $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo } else { >> $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo package ifneeded $(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME) $(DOTVERSION) \
	    [list load [file join $$dir $(PRJLIBNAME8)]] >> $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo } >> $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
!endif

default-pkgindex-tea:
	@if exist $(ROOT)\pkgIndex.tcl.in nmakehlp -s << $(ROOT)\pkgIndex.tcl.in > $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
@PACKAGE_VERSION@    $(DOTVERSION)
@PACKAGE_NAME@       $(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME)
@PACKAGE_TCLNAME@    $(PRJ_PACKAGE_TCLNAME)
@PKG_LIB_FILE@       $(PRJLIBNAME)
@PKG_LIB_FILE8@      $(PRJLIBNAME8)
@PKG_LIB_FILE9@      $(PRJLIBNAME9)
<<

default-install: default-install-binaries default-install-libraries
!if $(SYMBOLS)
default-install: default-install-pdbs
!endif

# Again to deal with historical brokenness, there is some confusion
# in terminlogy. For extensions, the "install-binaries" was used to
# locate target directory for *binary shared libraries* and thus
# the appropriate macro is LIB_INSTALL_DIR since BIN_INSTALL_DIR is
# for executables (exes). On the other hand the "install-libraries"
# target is for *scripts* and should have been called "install-scripts".
default-install-binaries: $(PRJLIB)
	@echo Installing binaries to '$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)'
	@if not exist "$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)" mkdir "$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)"
	@$(CPY) $(PRJLIB) "$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)" >NUL

# Alias for default-install-scripts
default-install-libraries: default-install-scripts

default-install-scripts: $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl
	@echo Installing libraries to '$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)'
	@if exist $(LIBDIR) $(CPY) $(LIBDIR)\*.tcl "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"
	@echo Installing package index in '$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)'
	@$(CPY) $(OUT_DIR)\pkgIndex.tcl $(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)

default-install-stubs:
	@echo Installing stubs library to '$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)'
	@if not exist "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)" mkdir "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)"
	@$(CPY) $(PRJSTUBLIB) "$(SCRIPT_INSTALL_DIR)" >NUL

default-install-pdbs:
	@echo Installing PDBs to '$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)'
	@if not exist "$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)" mkdir "$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)"
	@$(CPY) "$(OUT_DIR)\*.pdb" "$(LIB_INSTALL_DIR)\"

# "emacs font-lock highlighting fix

default-install-docs-html:
	@echo Installing documentation files to '$(DOC_INSTALL_DIR)'
	@if not exist "$(DOC_INSTALL_DIR)" mkdir "$(DOC_INSTALL_DIR)"
	@if exist $(DOCDIR) for %f in ("$(DOCDIR)\*.html" "$(DOCDIR)\*.css" "$(DOCDIR)\*.png") do @$(COPY) %f "$(DOC_INSTALL_DIR)"

default-install-docs-n:
	@echo Installing documentation files to '$(DOC_INSTALL_DIR)'
	@if not exist "$(DOC_INSTALL_DIR)" mkdir "$(DOC_INSTALL_DIR)"
	@if exist $(DOCDIR) for %f in ("$(DOCDIR)\*.n") do @$(COPY) %f "$(DOC_INSTALL_DIR)"

default-install-demos:
	@echo Installing demos to '$(DEMO_INSTALL_DIR)'
	@if not exist "$(DEMO_INSTALL_DIR)" mkdir "$(DEMO_INSTALL_DIR)"
	@if exist $(DEMODIR) $(CPYDIR) "$(DEMODIR)" "$(DEMO_INSTALL_DIR)"

default-clean:
	@echo Cleaning $(TMP_DIR)\* ...
	@if exist $(TMP_DIR)\nul $(RMDIR) $(TMP_DIR)
	@echo Cleaning $(WIN_DIR)\nmakehlp.obj, nmakehlp.exe ...
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\nmakehlp.obj del $(WIN_DIR)\nmakehlp.obj
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\nmakehlp.exe del $(WIN_DIR)\nmakehlp.exe
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\nmakehlp.out del $(WIN_DIR)\nmakehlp.out
	@echo Cleaning $(WIN_DIR)\nmhlp-out.txt ...
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\nmhlp-out.txt del $(WIN_DIR)\nmhlp-out.txt
	@echo Cleaning $(WIN_DIR)\_junk.pch ...
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\_junk.pch del $(WIN_DIR)\_junk.pch
	@echo Cleaning $(WIN_DIR)\vercl.x, vercl.i ...
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\vercl.x del $(WIN_DIR)\vercl.x
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\vercl.i del $(WIN_DIR)\vercl.i
	@echo Cleaning $(WIN_DIR)\versions.vc, version.vc ...
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\versions.vc del $(WIN_DIR)\versions.vc
	@if exist $(WIN_DIR)\version.vc del $(WIN_DIR)\version.vc

default-hose: default-clean
	@echo Hosing $(OUT_DIR)\* ...
	@if exist $(OUT_DIR)\nul $(RMDIR) $(OUT_DIR)

# Only for backward compatibility
default-distclean: default-hose

default-setup:
	@if not exist $(OUT_DIR)\nul mkdir $(OUT_DIR)
	@if not exist $(TMP_DIR)\nul mkdir $(TMP_DIR)

!if "$(TESTPAT)" != ""
TESTFLAGS = $(TESTFLAGS) -file $(TESTPAT)
!endif

default-test: default-setup $(PROJECT)
	@set TCLLIBPATH=$(OUT_DIR:\=/)
	@if exist $(LIBDIR) for %f in ("$(LIBDIR)\*.tcl") do @$(COPY) %f "$(OUT_DIR)"
	cd "$(TESTDIR)" && $(DEBUGGER) $(TCLSH) all.tcl $(TESTFLAGS)

default-shell: default-setup $(PROJECT)
	@set TCLLIBPATH=$(OUT_DIR:\=/)
	@if exist $(LIBDIR) for %f in ("$(LIBDIR)\*.tcl") do @$(COPY) %f "$(OUT_DIR)"
	$(DEBUGGER) $(TCLSH)

# Generation of Windows version resource
!ifdef RCFILE

# Note: don't use $** in below rule because there may be other dependencies
# and only the "main" rc must be passed to the resource compiler
$(TMP_DIR)\$(PROJECT).res: $(RCDIR)\$(PROJECT).rc
	$(RESCMD) $(RCDIR)\$(PROJECT).rc

!else

# If parent makefile has not defined a resource definition file,
# we will generate one from standard template.
$(TMP_DIR)\$(PROJECT).res: $(TMP_DIR)\$(PROJECT).rc

$(TMP_DIR)\$(PROJECT).rc:
	@$(COPY) << $(TMP_DIR)\$(PROJECT).rc
#include <winver.h>

VS_VERSION_INFO VERSIONINFO
 FILEVERSION	COMMAVERSION
 PRODUCTVERSION	COMMAVERSION
 FILEFLAGSMASK	0x3fL
#ifdef DEBUG
 FILEFLAGS	VS_FF_DEBUG
#else
 FILEFLAGS	0x0L
#endif
 FILEOS		VOS_NT_WINDOWS32
 FILETYPE	VFT_DLL
 FILESUBTYPE	0x0L
BEGIN
    BLOCK "StringFileInfo"
    BEGIN
        BLOCK "040904b0"
        BEGIN
            VALUE "FileDescription",  "Tcl extension " PROJECT
            VALUE "OriginalFilename", PRJLIBNAME
            VALUE "FileVersion",      DOTVERSION
            VALUE "ProductName",      "Package " PROJECT " for Tcl"
            VALUE "ProductVersion",   DOTVERSION
        END
    END
    BLOCK "VarFileInfo"
    BEGIN
        VALUE "Translation", 0x409, 1200
    END
END

<<

!endif # ifdef RCFILE

!ifndef DISABLE_IMPLICIT_RULES
DISABLE_IMPLICIT_RULES = 0
!endif

!if !$(DISABLE_IMPLICIT_RULES)
# Implicit rule definitions - only for building library objects. For stubs and
# main application, the makefile should define explicit rules.

{$(ROOT)}.c{$(TMP_DIR)}.obj::
	$(CCPKGCMD) @<<
$<
<<

{$(WIN_DIR)}.c{$(TMP_DIR)}.obj::
	$(CCPKGCMD) @<<
$<
<<

{$(GENERICDIR)}.c{$(TMP_DIR)}.obj::
	$(CCPKGCMD) @<<
$<
<<

{$(COMPATDIR)}.c{$(TMP_DIR)}.obj::
	$(CCPKGCMD) @<<
$<
<<

{$(RCDIR)}.rc{$(TMP_DIR)}.res:
	$(RESCMD) $<

{$(WIN_DIR)}.rc{$(TMP_DIR)}.res:
	$(RESCMD) $<

{$(TMP_DIR)}.rc{$(TMP_DIR)}.res:
	$(RESCMD) $<

.SUFFIXES:
.SUFFIXES:.c .rc

!endif

################################################################
# 14. Sanity check selected options against Tcl build options
# When building an extension, certain configuration options should
# match the ones used when Tcl was built. Here we check and
# warn on a mismatch.
!if !$(DOING_TCL)

!if $(TCLINSTALL) # Building against an installed Tcl
!if exist("$(_TCLDIR)\lib\nmake\tcl.nmake")
TCLNMAKECONFIG = "$(_TCLDIR)\lib\nmake\tcl.nmake"
!endif
!else # !$(TCLINSTALL) - building against Tcl source
!if exist("$(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tcl.nmake")
TCLNMAKECONFIG	= "$(_TCLDIR)\win\$(BUILDDIRTOP)\tcl.nmake"
!endif
!endif # TCLINSTALL

!if $(CONFIG_CHECK)
!ifdef TCLNMAKECONFIG
!include $(TCLNMAKECONFIG)

!if defined(CORE_MACHINE) && "$(CORE_MACHINE)" != "$(MACHINE)"
!error ERROR: Build target ($(MACHINE)) does not match the Tcl library architecture ($(CORE_MACHINE)).
!endif
!if $(TCL_VERSION) < 87 && defined(CORE_USE_THREAD_ALLOC) && $(CORE_USE_THREAD_ALLOC) != $(USE_THREAD_ALLOC)
!message WARNING: Value of USE_THREAD_ALLOC ($(USE_THREAD_ALLOC)) does not match its Tcl core value ($(CORE_USE_THREAD_ALLOC)).
!endif
!if defined(CORE_DEBUG) && $(CORE_DEBUG) != $(DEBUG)
!message WARNING: Value of DEBUG ($(DEBUG)) does not match its Tcl library configuration ($(DEBUG)).
!endif
!endif

!endif # TCLNMAKECONFIG

!endif # !$(DOING_TCL)


#----------------------------------------------------------
# Display stats being used.
#----------------------------------------------------------

!if !$(DOING_TCL)
!message *** Building against Tcl at '$(_TCLDIR)'
!endif
!if !$(DOING_TK) && $(NEED_TK)
!message *** Building against Tk at '$(_TKDIR)'
!endif
!message *** Intermediate directory will be '$(TMP_DIR)'
!message *** Output directory will be '$(OUT_DIR)'
!message *** Installation, if selected, will be in '$(_INSTALLDIR)'
!message *** Suffix for binaries will be '$(SUFX)'
!message *** Compiler version $(VCVER). Target $(MACHINE), host $(NATIVE_ARCH).

!endif # ifdef _RULES_VC