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The C/C++ Parser Generator (v. 2.x)-- Example 3 (MC2 .DEF Parser Parser

Posted 04-23-2015 at 04:56 PM by rainbowsally
Updated 05-02-2015 at 11:24 PM by rainbowsally (typo in title)

[fixed bad link to parser stuff Apr 24, 2015 -rs]

What a bother it is to continually upload Makefiles. Let's let Son Of MC2 do it for us.

Today's Features:
  • A makefile creator to compile and link all files in your SRC directory.
  • Stringing together of C and boolean parser elements (see main())
  • Working with strings, reading values by name from files, and stuff like that.

The BIG download, the low level parser files, are packed up and base64-ed here.
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-brains-36510/

If you put all the files from these examples into a directory named src and use the mc2.def created by the 'real' mc2 makefile creator, it will generate a makefile that will compile and link ALL of the files -- automagically.

Run mc2-multi (with no args) again each time you add or remove files from the src directory to update the makefile.

Note: The makefile at the bottom was created with this little utility. And mc2.def files are easy and intiutive to work with... if you have all the parts defined.

WARNING: If you don't have all the demo files, this makefile may choke. Type 'make -k' or do whatever you have to to get mc2-multi built, and from then on things should be ok, or at least easily solvable. Build it. Check the --help switch and good luck.

file: src/mc2-multi.cpp
purpose: source file
Code:
// mc2-multi -- parser for mc2.def files that are type MULTI

#include <stdio.h>
#include <malloc.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "parser.h"
#include "common/parser.cpp" // don't need a lib

void dbg(){} // for a non-moving breakpoint
int usage(int errcode);

// returns false if error occurred
bool load_filenames(char** pfilenames, int max_names, int* pn_names, cstr filespec);
void free_filenames(char** filenames, int n_names);
void textfile_load(cstr* pinbuf, int* pinlen, cstr filename);
int textfile_save(cstr filename, vstr text, int textlen);
bool read_value(vstr buf, cstr name);
void make_objdir(cstr path);

// the parser entry point
bool create_makefile(cstr* cfilenames, int n_cfilenames, cstr* hfilenames, int n_hfilenames);

int main(int argc, char** argv)
{
  dbg();
  
  int errcode = 1;
  /////////////////////////////////
  // input checks
  
  if(argc > 1)  // help or version
  {
    if(streq(argv[1], "--help"))
      return usage(0);
    else if(streq(argv[1], "--version"))
      return print_version();
    else return usage(1);
  }

  /////////////////////////////////
  // init inbuf and parser
  
  int inlen;
  cstr inbuf;
  textfile_load(&inbuf, &inlen, "mc2.def");
  if(!inlen)
  {
    fprintf(stderr, "Can't open mc2.def in current directory\n");
    return 1;
  }

  int outlen = 16 * 1024;
  vstr outbuf = (vstr)malloc(outlen);
  
  char* cfilenames[256];
  int n_cfilenames;
  char* hfilenames[256];
  int n_hfilenames;
  
  // We need the global obj but can't name it 'obj'.
  PARSER_OBJ o;
  parser_init(&o, inbuf, inlen, outbuf, outlen);
  
  bool ok = true;
  
  // pre-parse it to get data and create OBJDIR
  char tmpbuf[256];
  char srcdir[256];
  char objdir[256];
  char outname[256];
  static char errmsg[256];
  do
  {
    SAVE_STATIC_ERRMSG(errmsg);
    sprintf(errmsg, "Sorry kids, we can only do type MULTI mc2.def files");
    ok &= read_value(outname, "OUTNAME");
    if(! streq(outname, "MULTI"))
    {
      ok = false;
      break;
    }
    
    sprintf(errmsg, "loading dir data");
    ok &= read_value(srcdir, "SRCDIR")
        && 0 != sprintf(tmpbuf, "s/*.c*", srcdir)
        && load_filenames(cfilenames, 256, &n_cfilenames, tmpbuf)
        && 0 !=  sprintf(tmpbuf, "s/*.h", srcdir)
        && load_filenames(hfilenames, 256, &n_hfilenames, tmpbuf)
        && read_value(objdir, "OBJDIR")
        ;
    
        if(!ok) break;
        
    make_objdir(objdir);

    ok &= 
        (n_cfilenames != 0)
        &&
        (n_hfilenames != 0)
        ;
  
    RESTORE_STATIC_ERRMSG();

  // parse it again to write the Makefile
    ok &= create_makefile((cstr*)cfilenames, n_cfilenames, (cstr*)hfilenames, n_hfilenames);
  }while(0); // do
  
  if(ok)
    textfile_save("Makefile", obj.outbuf, obj.op - obj.outbuf);
  else
    parse_error();
  
  // unload
  free_filenames(cfilenames, n_cfilenames);
  free_filenames(hfilenames, n_hfilenames);
  if(inbuf) free((vstr)inbuf);
  if(outbuf) free(outbuf);
  return errcode = !ok;
}

int usage(int errcode)
{
#include "common/mc2_multi_str.dat"
  fprintf( errcode == 0 ? stdout : stderr, "s", usage_str);
  return errcode;
}


bool write_header();
bool update_static_errmsg(vstr old_errmsg, cstr new_errmsg);
bool find_end_defs(cstr* end_pos);
bool write_mc2_defs(cstr end_defs);
bool write_make_defs(cstr* cfilenames, int n_cfilenames, cstr* hfilenames, int n_hfilenames);
bool write_rules(cstr* cfilenames, int n_cfilenames);
bool write_user_targets();

// the main parser entry point
bool create_makefile(cstr* cfilenames, int n_cfilenames, cstr* hfilenames, int n_hfilenames)
{
  // Here's our job description:
  //
  // add header ## Makefile created with makefile creator 'mc2-multi'
  // DEFINITIONS: ends at the first target def
  // ignore the OUTNAME definition
  // remove Makefile from EXT_ALL and remove empty EXT_ALL
  // write MAIN = $(MAIN_FILES)
  // write SRC = \ list of hfiles
  // write HDR = \ list of cpp files
  // write OBJ = \ list of .cpp -> .o files
  // MAIN_FILES = list of .cpp files minus ext
  // RULES
  // write all: $(EXT_ALL) $(MAIN) $(HDR) $(SRC)
  // ignore Makefile target because it depens on the real mc2 app
  // for each cpp file
  //  $(BINDIR)/mc2-multi: $(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o
  //       @echo
  //       @echo "Linking mc2-multi"
  //       $(LINK) $(BINDIR)/mc2-multi $(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o $(LDFLAGS) $(LIB)
  //       $(POST)
  // 
  //       $(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o: $(SRCDIR)/mc2-multi.cpp $(HDR)
  //       @echo
  //       @echo "Compiling mc2-multi"
  //       $(COMPILE) $(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o $(SRCDIR)/mc2-multi.cpp $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE)
  // ADDITIONAL TARGETS:
  // copy mc2.def removing Makefile target and replacing \n with \t if no ';' on the line.
  
  
  bool ok = true;
  static char errmsg[256];
  SAVE_STATIC_ERRMSG(errmsg); // sets a new pointer
  
//  cstr x = obj.outbuf;
  
  cstr end_defs; // end of definitons section
  
  ////////////////////////////////////////////
  // header and definitions sections
  strcpy(errmsg, "writing header");
  ok = 
      write_header() 
      && 
      update_static_errmsg(errmsg, "finding end of definitions section")
      &&
      find_end_defs(&end_defs)
      &&
      update_static_errmsg(errmsg, "writing user definitions section")
      &&
      write_mc2_defs(end_defs)
      ;
//  printf("%s\n", x); x = obj.op;
    ////////////////////////////////////////////
    // file lists
    ok &= 
        update_static_errmsg(errmsg, "writing file list definitions")
        &&
        write_make_defs(cfilenames, n_cfilenames, hfilenames, n_hfilenames)
        ;
  
//  printf("%s\n", x); x = obj.op;
  
    ////////////////////////////////////////////
  // main target rules section 
    
    ok = 
        update_static_errmsg(errmsg, "writing rules section")
        &&
        write_rules(cfilenames, n_cfilenames)
        ;

//    printf("%s\n", x); x = obj.op;

  ////////////////////////////////////////////
  // additional user defined targets & rules
    
    ok = 
        update_static_errmsg(errmsg, "writing user defined targets & rules")
        &&
        write_user_targets()
        ;
    
//    printf("%s\n", x); x = obj.op;

  if(ok)
    RESTORE_STATIC_ERRMSG();
  
  return obj.state = ok;
}



//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// misc utils

// ignoring system() returns is such a bother
int _system(cstr cmd)
{
  return system(cmd);
  return system(cmd);
}

int pipe_read(char** filenames, int* pn_lines, cstr cmdstr)
{
  int err = 0;
  int i = 0;
  char buf[4096];
  FILE* p = popen(cmdstr, "r");
  if(!p) return 1;
  while(1)
  {
    fgets(buf, 4096, p);
    if(feof(p))
      break;
    buf[strlen(buf) - 1] = 0; // remove newline
    filenames[i++] = strdup(buf);
  }
  filenames[i] = 0; // null terminate the list
  *pn_lines = i;
  pclose(p);
  return err;
}


// returns non-zero if error occurred.
bool load_filenames(char** filenames, int max_names, int* pn_files, cstr filespec)
{
  bool ok = true;
  char cmdstr[256];
  sprintf(cmdstr, "ls %s", filespec);
  ok = ! pipe_read(filenames, pn_files, cmdstr);
  if(!ok)
  {
    *pn_files = 0;
    return obj.state = false;
  }
  
  int n_files = *pn_files;
  
  // remove files not legitimate c or c++ names.
  int offs = 0;
  int len;
  for(int i = 0; i < *pn_files; i++)
  {
    if(offs)
      filenames[i - offs] = filenames[i];
    
    char* p = strrchr(filenames[i], '.');
    if(p)
    {
      len = strlen(p);
      if(
         (len > 4)
         ||
         (p[len-1] == '~')
        )
      {
        free(filenames[i]);
        filenames[i] = 0;
        offs += 1;
      }
    }
  }
  
  n_files -= offs;
  filenames[n_files] = 0;
  *pn_files = n_files;
  
  return obj.state = true;
}

void free_filenames(char** filenames, int n_names)
{
  if(
     ( filenames == 0 ) 
     || ( filenames[0] == 0 )
     || ( n_names == 0 )
    )
    return;
  
  for(int i = 0; i < n_names; i++)
  {
    vstr s = filenames[i];
    if(s) free(s);
    filenames[i] = 0;
  }
}

void textfile_load(cstr* pinbuf, int* pinlen, cstr filename)
{
  *pinlen = 0;
  *pinbuf = 0;
  int inlen;
  vstr(inbuf);
  
  FILE* ifile = fopen(filename, "r");
  if(!ifile) return;
  
  fseek(ifile, 0, SEEK_END);
  inlen = ftell(ifile);
  fseek(ifile, 0, SEEK_SET);
  inbuf = (vstr)malloc(inlen+1);
  if(!inbuf) 
  {
    fclose(ifile); return;
  }
  
  fread(inbuf, 1, inlen, ifile);
  fclose(ifile);
  *pinbuf = inbuf;
  *pinlen = inlen;
}

int textfile_save(cstr filename, vstr text, int textlen)
{
  FILE* fp = fopen(filename, "w");
  if(!fp)
    return 1;
  fwrite(text, 1, textlen, fp);
  fclose(fp);
  return 0;
}


///////////////////////////////////////
// parser funcs

bool write_header()
{
  bool ok = true;
  write_str(
      "## Makefile created with makefile creator 'mc2-multi' (parser demo)\n"
      "\n"
      )
      ;

  return obj.state = ok;
}

bool update_static_errmsg(vstr old_errmsg, cstr new_errmsg)
{
  bool ok = true;
  // update_errpos(); NOT DEFINED IN PARSER - WOOPS!
  strcpy(old_errmsg, new_errmsg);
  UPDATE_STATIC_ERRMSG();
  return obj.state = ok;
}

bool find_end_defs(cstr* end_pos)
{
  bool ok = true;
  
  // don't save result
  SAVE_PTRS();

  // find end of first target definition
  while(not_eoi())
  {
    ok = skip_to(":");
    if(is_str(":="))
      skip_1();
    else
      break;
  }
        
  if(!ok)
    return obj.state = false;
  
  // back up to beginning of first target definition
  while(
        !is_soi() 
        && not_newline() 
        && skip_n(-1)
       )
    ; // loop
  
  ok = not_eoi() 
      && skip_1()
      && (*end_pos = obj.ip) // not zero
      ;
  
  // undo
  RESTORE_PTRS();
  
  return obj.state = ok;
}

static cstr* create_mainfilenames(cstr* cfilenames, int n_cfilenames)
{
  // the array as well as the names will need to be freed.
  if((cfilenames == 0) || (n_cfilenames == 0)) return 0;
  int n_mainfilenames = n_cfilenames;
  vstr* mainfilenames = (vstr*)malloc((n_mainfilenames + 1) * sizeof(vstr)); 
  for(int i = 0; i < n_mainfilenames; i++)
  {
    // extract basename minus ext
    cstr src = cfilenames[i];
    cstr cp = strrchr(src, '/');
    if(cp) cp++;
    vstr dest = strdup(cp);
    vstr vp = strrchr(dest, '.');
    if(vp) *vp = 0;
    mainfilenames[i] = dest;
  }
  mainfilenames[n_mainfilenames] = 0; // terminate
  return (cstr*)mainfilenames;
}

void delete_mainfilenames(cstr* mainfilenames, int n_mainfilenames)
{
  for(int i = 0; i < n_mainfilenames; i++)
    free((void*)mainfilenames[i]);
  free(mainfilenames);
}

bool write_mc2_defs(cstr end_defs)
{
  bool ok = true;
  write_str(
      "################################################################\n"
      "## User Defined Vars\n"
      "\n"
      );
  
  // copy literally but remove EXT_ALL = Makefile, or try
  // just removing Makefile because EXT_ALL may still 
  // be useful.  This simple parse does not check to see if
  // the name is in a comment or any other harmless context.
  while(not_eoi() && (obj.ip != end_defs))
  {
    ok =
        skip_str("Makefile")
        ||
        copy_1()
        ;
  }
  return obj.state = ok;
}


static bool write_end_list()
{
  return obj.state = write_str("  #############\n\n");
}

static bool write_filelist(cstr* names, int n_names, cstr dir, cstr ext)
{
  bool ok = true;
  char buf[256];
  const char* p;
  
  for(int i = 0; not_eoi() && ok && i < n_names; i++)
  {
    // we need only the file name and optional extension.
    cstr name = names[i];
    if(ext == 0) ext = "";
    p = strrchr(name, '/');
    if(p) name = p + 1;
    sprintf(buf, "  %s/%s%s \\\n", dir, name, ext);
    
    ok = 
        write_str(buf)
        ;
  }
  return obj.state = ok;
}

bool write_make_defs(cstr* cfilenames, int n_cfilenames, cstr* hfilenames, int n_hfilenames)
{
  bool ok = true;
  
  /////////////////////////////////////////
  // setup for writing all file names
  
  // names for MAIN_FILES are derived from cfiles and names for OBJ are derived
  // from MAIN_FILES here.
  
  int n_mainfilenames = n_cfilenames;
  cstr* mainfilenames = create_mainfilenames(cfilenames, n_mainfilenames);
  
  ok = write_str(
      "################################################################\n"
      "## File Lists Section\n"
      "\n"
    )
      && write_str("MAIN = $(MAIN_FILES)\n\n")
      && write_str("SRC = \\\n")
      && write_filelist(cfilenames, n_cfilenames, "$(SRCDIR)", 0)
      && write_end_list()
      && write_str("HDR = \\\n")
      && write_filelist(hfilenames, n_hfilenames, "$(SRCDIR)", 0)
      && write_end_list()
      && write_str("OBJ = \\\n")
      && write_filelist(mainfilenames, n_mainfilenames, "$(OBJDIR)", ".o")
      && write_end_list()
      && write_str("MAIN_FILES = \\\n")
      && write_filelist(mainfilenames, n_mainfilenames, "$(BINDIR)", 0)
      && write_end_list()
      ;

  delete_mainfilenames(mainfilenames, n_mainfilenames);
  return obj.state = ok;
}


bool write_rules(cstr* cfilenames, int n_cfilenames)
{
  bool ok = true;
  
  cstr binname;
  cstr cname;
  char buf[256];
  
  int n_mainfilenames = n_cfilenames;
  cstr* mainfilenames = create_mainfilenames(cfilenames, n_mainfilenames);

  ok = write_str
      (
      "################################################################\n"
      "## Rules Section\n"
      "\n"
      "all: $(EXT_ALL) $(MAIN) $(HDR) $(SRC)\n"
      "\n"
      )
      ;
  for(int i = 0; not_eoi() && ok && (i < n_mainfilenames); i++)
  {
    binname = mainfilenames[i];
    cname = cfilenames[i];
    cstr p = strrchr(cname, '/');
    if(p) cname = p + 1;
    
    // write link commands
    sprintf(buf,
            "$(BINDIR)/%s: $(OBJDIR)/%s.o\n"
            "\t@echo\n"
            "\t@echo \"Linking %s\"\n"
            "\t$(LINK) $(BINDIR)/%s $(OBJDIR)/%s.o $(LDFLAGS) $(LIB)\n"
            "\t$(POST)\n\n",
            binname, binname, 
            binname, 
            binname, binname);
    
    ok &= write_str(buf);
    
    // write compile commands
    sprintf(buf,
            "$(OBJDIR)/%s.o: $(SRCDIR)/%s $(HDR)\n"
            "\t@echo\n"
            "\t@echo \"Compiling %s\"\n"
            "\t$(COMPILE) $(OBJDIR)/%s.o $(SRCDIR)/%s $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE)\n\n",
            binname, cname,
            binname,
            binname, cname
           );
    
    ok &= write_str(buf);
  }
      
  delete_mainfilenames(mainfilenames, n_mainfilenames);
  return obj.state = ok;
}


bool is_target()
{
  // the line has a colon but not followd by "="
  bool ok = true;
  SAVE_PTRS();
  // find colon before a newline, not followed by an '=' sign
  while(not_eoi() && not_str("\n") && not_str(":"))
    skip_1();
  
  ok = 
      skip_str(":") 
      && not_str("=")
      ;
  
  RESTORE_PTRS();
  return obj.state = ok;
}

bool is_empty_line()
{
  bool ok = true;
  SAVE_PTRS();
  while(not_eoi() && is_blank())
    skip_1();
  ok = is_newline();
  
  RESTORE_PTRS();
  return obj.state = ok;
}

bool skip_blank()
{
  return obj.state = is_blank() && skip_1();
}

bool indent_line()
{
  bool ok = true;
  ok = 
      do_while(skip_blank)
      && write_str("\t");
  return obj.state = ok;
}


bool write_user_targets()
{
  bool ok = true;
  
  // this is the easy part.  copy targets (lines with a colon and no = sign
  // as-is otherwise replace \n and whitespaces with a \n\t.
  while(not_eoi() && ok)
  {
    ok = 
        ( 
          ( 
            is_target() 
            || 
            ( is_empty_line() && do_while(skip_blank) )
          )
          || indent_line() 
        )
        &&
        copy_past("\n")
        ;
  }
  return obj.state = ok;
}


bool read_value(vstr buf, cstr name)
{
  bool ok = true;
  SAVE_PTRS();
  skip_past(name);
  skip_past("=");
  while(skip_ws())
    ; //loop
  ok &= do_until(is_ws, copy_1);
  strcpy(buf, obj.outbuf);
  RESTORE_PTRS();
  return obj.state = ok;
}

void make_objdir(cstr path)
{
  char cmd[256];
  sprintf(cmd, "mkdir -p %s 2>/dev/null", path);
  _system(cmd);
}

file: src/common/mc2_multi_str.dat
purpose: source file
Code:
// This file was created with txt2str
const char* usage_str =
  "Usage: mc2-to-makefile\n"
  "\n"
  "  Use this in the folder with your mc2.def file to decode an mc2.def \n"
  "  (type MULTI) to create a makefile for all parser projects in the \n"
  "  ./src directory.\n"
  "\n"
  "  This is not the same as the full mc2 application.  It only parses\n"
  "  type MULTI definitions.  That is, each file in the SRC dir must\n"
  "  be a main() file.  If you need additional files they can be \n"
  "  #included but this simple mc2 parser doesn't do libs or create\n"
  "  additional utilities.\n"
  "\n"
  "  The main purpose for this app is to make Makefiles for the parser\n"
  "  tests but if you don't want the real mc2 app, this will at least \n"
  "  generate Makefiles.\n"
  ;

file: mc2.def
purpose: Makefile template and Demo test
Code:
# mc2.def template created with Makefile Creator 'mc2'

# sandbox path and other new variables
PREFIX = $(HOME)/usr
BUILDDIR := $(PWD)

OUTNAME = MULTI

EXT_ALL = Makefile

SRCDIR = src
OBJDIR = o
BINDIR = .

# what COMPILE should do
COMPILE = g++ -c -o # COMPILE <output_file> ...
 CFLAGS = -Wall -Wno-comment -g3 # debug
# CFLAGS = -Wall -O2 # optimized
INCLUDE = -I $(SRCDIR) -I. -I /usr/include 

# what LINK should do
LINK = g++ -o # LINK <output_file> ...
LDFLAGS = 
LIB = -L/usr/lib -L$(PREFIX)/lib

Makefile: mc2.def
  @mc2 -u
  @sleep 2

semiclean: $(EXT_SEMICLEAN)
  @rm -f $(OBJ)
  @rm -f *~ */*~ */*/*~ */*/*/*~
  @rm -f *.kdevelop.filelist  *.kdevelop.pcs  *.kdevses Doxyfile

strip:
  @strip $(MAIN_FILES)
  @make semiclean

clean: $(EXT_CLEAN)
  @rm -f $(MAIN_FILES)
  @rm -f $(OBJ)
  @rm -f *.kdevelop.pcs *.kdevses
  @rm -f *~ */*~ */*/*~ */*/*/*~ tmp.mak
  
force: # used to force execution


file: Makefile
purpose: Builds all the files
Code:
## Makefile created with makefile creator 'mc2-multi' (parser demo)

################################################################
## User Defined Vars

# mc2.def template created with  Creator 'mc2'

# sandbox path and other new variables
PREFIX = $(HOME)/usr
BUILDDIR := $(PWD)

OUTNAME = MULTI

EXT_ALL = 

SRCDIR = src
OBJDIR = o
BINDIR = .

# what COMPILE should do
COMPILE = g++ -c -o # COMPILE <output_file> ...
 CFLAGS = -Wall -Wno-comment -g3 # debug
# CFLAGS = -Wall -O2 # optimized
INCLUDE = -I $(SRCDIR) -I. -I /usr/include 

# what LINK should do
LINK = g++ -o # LINK <output_file> ...
LDFLAGS = 
LIB = -L/usr/lib -L$(PREFIX)/lib

################################################################
## File Lists Section

MAIN = $(MAIN_FILES)

SRC = \
  $(SRCDIR)/mc2-multi.cpp \
  $(SRCDIR)/super-dosex.cpp \
  $(SRCDIR)/to-camel.cpp \
  #############

HDR = \
  $(SRCDIR)/parser.h \
  #############

OBJ = \
  $(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o \
  $(OBJDIR)/super-dosex.o \
  $(OBJDIR)/to-camel.o \
  #############

MAIN_FILES = \
  $(BINDIR)/mc2-multi \
  $(BINDIR)/super-dosex \
  $(BINDIR)/to-camel \
  #############

################################################################
## Rules Section

all: $(EXT_ALL) $(MAIN) $(HDR) $(SRC)

$(BINDIR)/mc2-multi: $(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o
	@echo
	@echo "Linking mc2-multi"
	$(LINK) $(BINDIR)/mc2-multi $(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o $(LDFLAGS) $(LIB)
	$(POST)

$(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o: $(SRCDIR)/mc2-multi.cpp $(HDR)
	@echo
	@echo "Compiling mc2-multi"
	$(COMPILE) $(OBJDIR)/mc2-multi.o $(SRCDIR)/mc2-multi.cpp $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE)

$(BINDIR)/super-dosex: $(OBJDIR)/super-dosex.o
	@echo
	@echo "Linking super-dosex"
	$(LINK) $(BINDIR)/super-dosex $(OBJDIR)/super-dosex.o $(LDFLAGS) $(LIB)
	$(POST)

$(OBJDIR)/super-dosex.o: $(SRCDIR)/super-dosex.cpp $(HDR)
	@echo
	@echo "Compiling super-dosex"
	$(COMPILE) $(OBJDIR)/super-dosex.o $(SRCDIR)/super-dosex.cpp $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE)

$(BINDIR)/to-camel: $(OBJDIR)/to-camel.o
	@echo
	@echo "Linking to-camel"
	$(LINK) $(BINDIR)/to-camel $(OBJDIR)/to-camel.o $(LDFLAGS) $(LIB)
	$(POST)

$(OBJDIR)/to-camel.o: $(SRCDIR)/to-camel.cpp $(HDR)
	@echo
	@echo "Compiling to-camel"
	$(COMPILE) $(OBJDIR)/to-camel.o $(SRCDIR)/to-camel.cpp $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE)

Makefile: mc2.def
	@mc2 -u
	@sleep 2

semiclean: $(EXT_SEMICLEAN)
	@rm -f $(OBJ)
	@rm -f *~ */*~ */*/*~ */*/*/*~
	@rm -f *.kdevelop.filelist  *.kdevelop.pcs  *.kdevses Doxyfile

strip:
	@strip $(MAIN_FILES)
	@make semiclean

clean: $(EXT_CLEAN)
	@rm -f $(MAIN_FILES)
	@rm -f $(OBJ)
	@rm -f *.kdevelop.pcs *.kdevses
	@rm -f *~ */*~ */*/*~ */*/*/*~ tmp.mak

force: # used to force execution
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