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#
# 2013 Nico Schottelius (nico-cdist at schottelius.org)
#
# This file is part of cdist.
#
# cdist is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# cdist is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with cdist. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
#
#
.PHONY: help
help:
@echo "Please use \`make <target>' where <target> is one of"
@echo "man build only man user documentation"
@echo "html build only html user documentation"
@echo "docs build both man and html user documentation"
@echo "dotman build man pages for types in your ~/.cdist directory"
@echo "speeches build speeches pdf files"
@echo "install install in the system site-packages directory"
@echo "install-user install in the user site-packages directory"
@echo "docs-clean clean documentation"
@echo "clean clean"
DOCS_SRC_DIR=./docs/src
SPEECHDIR=./docs/speeches
TYPEDIR=./cdist/conf/type
SPHINXM=make -C $(DOCS_SRC_DIR) man
SPHINXH=make -C $(DOCS_SRC_DIR) html
SPHINXC=make -C $(DOCS_SRC_DIR) clean
################################################################################
# Manpages
#
MAN7DSTDIR=$(DOCS_SRC_DIR)/man7
# Manpages #1: Types
# Use shell / ls to get complete list - $(TYPEDIR)/*/man.rst does not work
# Using ls does not work if no file with given pattern exist, so use wildcard
MANTYPESRC=$(wildcard $(TYPEDIR)/*/man.rst)
MANTYPEPREFIX=$(subst $(TYPEDIR)/,$(MAN7DSTDIR)/cdist-type,$(MANTYPESRC))
MANTYPES=$(subst /man.rst,.rst,$(MANTYPEPREFIX))
# Link manpage: do not create man.html but correct named file
$(MAN7DSTDIR)/cdist-type%.rst: $(TYPEDIR)/%/man.rst
mkdir -p $(MAN7DSTDIR)
ln -sf "../../../$^" $@
# Manpages #2: reference
DOCSREF=$(MAN7DSTDIR)/cdist-reference.rst
DOCSREFSH=$(DOCS_SRC_DIR)/cdist-reference.rst.sh
$(DOCSREF): $(DOCSREFSH)
$(DOCSREFSH)
DOCSCFGSKEL=./configuration/cdist.cfg.skeleton
configskel: $(DOCSCFGSKEL)
cp -f "$(DOCSCFGSKEL)" "$(DOCS_SRC_DIR)/"
version:
@[ -f "cdist/version.py" ] || { \
printf "Missing 'cdist/version.py', please generate it first.\n" && exit 1; \
}
# Manpages #3: generic part
man: version $(MANTYPES) $(DOCSREF)
$(SPHINXM)
html: version configskel $(MANTYPES) $(DOCSREF)
$(SPHINXH)
docs: man html
docs-clean:
$(SPHINXC)
# Manpages: .cdist Types
DOT_CDIST_PATH=${HOME}/.cdist
DOTMAN7DSTDIR=$(MAN7DSTDIR)
DOTTYPEDIR=$(DOT_CDIST_PATH)/type
DOTMANTYPESRC=$(wildcard $(DOTTYPEDIR)/*/man.rst)
DOTMANTYPEPREFIX=$(subst $(DOTTYPEDIR)/,$(DOTMAN7DSTDIR)/cdist-type,$(DOTMANTYPESRC))
DOTMANTYPES=$(subst /man.rst,.rst,$(DOTMANTYPEPREFIX))
# Link manpage: do not create man.html but correct named file
$(DOTMAN7DSTDIR)/cdist-type%.rst: $(DOTTYPEDIR)/%/man.rst
ln -sf "$^" $@
dotman: version $(DOTMANTYPES)
$(SPHINXM)
################################################################################
# Speeches
#
SPEECHESOURCES=$(SPEECHDIR)/*.tex
SPEECHES=$(SPEECHESOURCES:.tex=.pdf)
# Create speeches and ensure Toc is up-to-date
$(SPEECHDIR)/%.pdf: $(SPEECHDIR)/%.tex
pdflatex -output-directory $(SPEECHDIR) $^
pdflatex -output-directory $(SPEECHDIR) $^
pdflatex -output-directory $(SPEECHDIR) $^
speeches: $(SPEECHES)
################################################################################
# Misc
#
clean: docs-clean
rm -f $(DOCS_SRC_DIR)/cdist-reference.rst
rm -f $(DOCS_SRC_DIR)/cdist.cfg.skeleton
find "$(DOCS_SRC_DIR)" -mindepth 2 -type l \
| xargs rm -f
find * -name __pycache__ | xargs rm -rf
# distutils
rm -rf ./build
################################################################################
# install
#
install:
python3 setup.py install
install-user:
python3 setup.py install --user