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## Makefile for building ethereal.exe with Microsoft C and nmake
## Use: $(MAKE) /$(MAKEFLAGS) -f makefile.nmake
#
# $Id$

include ..\..\config.nmake

############### no need to modify below this line #########

include Makefile.common

CFLAGS=-DHAVE_CONFIG_H /I. /I.. /I../.. $(GLIB_CFLAGS) \
	/I$(NET_SNMP_DIR)\include /I$(NET_SNMP_DIR)\win32 \
	$(PCRE_CFLAGS) $(NETTLE_CFLAGS) \
	/I$(PCAP_DIR)\include -D_U_="" $(LOCAL_CFLAGS)

CVARSDLL=-DWIN32 -DNULL=0 -D_MT -D_DLL 

.c.obj::
   $(CC) $(CVARSDLL) $(CFLAGS) -Fd.\ -c $<

DISSECTOR_OBJECTS = $(DISSECTOR_SRC:.c=.obj)

DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_OBJECTS = $(DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_SRC:.c=.obj)

dissectors.lib: register.obj packet-ncp2222.c $(GENERATED_HEADER_FILES) ../../config.h $(DISSECTOR_OBJECTS) $(DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_OBJECTS)
	@echo Linking dissectors.lib
	link /lib /out:dissectors.lib $(DISSECTOR_OBJECTS) $(DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_OBJECTS)

#
# The header files listed here are built from x11-fields using Perl;
# we declare a dependency here so that they get built.
#
packet-x11.obj	: packet-x11.c x11-declarations.h x11-register-info.h

#
# Build various header files for the X11 dissector.
#
x11-declarations.h x11-register-info.h: x11-fields process-x11-fields.pl
	$(PERL) process-x11-fields.pl <x11-fields


#
# Build "register.c", which contains a function "register_all_protocols()"
# that calls the register routines for all protocols.
#
# We do this by grepping through sources.  If that turns out to be too slow,
# maybe we could just require every .o file to have an register routine
# of a given name (packet-aarp.o -> proto_register_aarp, etc.).
#
# Formatting conventions:  The name of the proto_register_* routines must
# start in column zero, or must be preceded only by "void " starting in
# column zero, and must not be inside #if.
#
# We assume that all dissector routines are in "packet-XXX.c" files.
#
# For some unknown reason, having a big "for" loop in the Makefile
# to scan all the "packet-XXX.c" files doesn't work with some "make"s;
# they seem to pass only the first few names in the list to the shell,
# for some reason.
#
# Therefore, we have a script to generate the "register.c" file.
#
# The first argument is the name of the file to write.
# The second argument is the directory in which the source files live.
# All subsequent arguments are the files to scan.
#
# On Windows, however, that script runs slowly, as multiple greps
# and seds are run for each input file, so, if Python is present
# (as indicated by PYTHON being defined), we run a faster Python
# script to do that work instead.  That script doesn't take the name
# of the file to write as an argument; it always writes to
# "register.c".
#
register.c: $(DISSECTOR_SRC)
!IFDEF PYTHON
	@echo Making register.c (using python)
	@$(PYTHON) make-reg-dotc.py . $(DISSECTOR_SRC)
!ELSE
	@echo Making register.c (using sh)
	@$(SH) make-reg-dotc register.c . $(DISSECTOR_SRC)
!ENDIF

packet-ncp2222.c : ncp2222.py
!IFDEF PYTHON
	@echo Making packet-ncp2222.c
	$(PYTHON) ncp2222.py -o packet-ncp2222.c
!ELSE
	@echo Faking packet-ncp2222.c...
	@echo Python is required to build the NCP disector
	@echo Hiding packet-ncp.c...
	mv packet-ncp.c packet-ncp.c.save
	touch packet-ncp.c $@
!ENDIF

clean:
	rm -f dissectors.lib $(PDB_FILE) \
		$(DISSECTOR_OBJECTS) $(DISSECTOR_SUPPORT_OBJECTS)

distclean: clean
	rm -f $(BUILT_SOURCES) packet-ncp2222.c register.c