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Source code changes of the file "nss/coreconf/README" between
nss-3.52.1.tar.gz and nss-3.53.tar.gz

About: NSS is a set of libraries, APIs, utilities, and documentation designed to support cross-platform development of security-enabled client and server applications. It provides a complete implementation of the crypto libraries used by Mozilla and other companies.

README  (nss-3.52.1):README  (nss-3.53)
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clean:: remove all files specified in the clean:: remove all files specified in the
$(ALL_TRASH) variable $(ALL_TRASH) variable
clobber:: synonym for "clean::" rule clobber:: synonym for "clean::" rule
realclean:: remove all files specified by realclean:: remove all files specified by
$(wildcard *.OBJ), dist, and in $(wildcard *.OBJ), dist, and in
the $(ALL_TRASH) variable the $(ALL_TRASH) variable
clobber_all:: synonym for "realclean::" rule clobber_all:: synonym for "realclean::" rule
private_export:: recursively copy specified
cross-platform header files to the
$(SOURCE_XPPRIVATE_DIR) directory
IMPORT
------
import:: uses perl script to retrieve specified
VERSION of the binary release from
$(RELEASE_TREE)
RELEASE RELEASE
------- -------
release_clean:: remove all files from the release_clean:: remove all files from the
$(SOURCE_RELEASE_PREFIX) directory $(SOURCE_RELEASE_PREFIX) directory
release:: place specified VERSION of the release:: place specified VERSION of the
binary release in the appropriate binary release in the appropriate
$(RELEASE_TREE) directory $(RELEASE_TREE) directory
release_export:: recursively copy specified release_export:: recursively copy specified
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$(SOURCE_XPHEADERS_DIR)/include $(SOURCE_XPHEADERS_DIR)/include
directory directory
release_md:: recursively copy all libraries to release_md:: recursively copy all libraries to
$(SOURCE_RELEASE_PREFIX)/ $(SOURCE_RELEASE_PREFIX)/
$(SOURCE_RELEASE_LIB_DIR) directory; $(SOURCE_RELEASE_LIB_DIR) directory;
recursively copy all executables to recursively copy all executables to
$(SOURCE_RELEASE_PREFIX)/ $(SOURCE_RELEASE_PREFIX)/
$(SOURCE_RELEASE_BIN_DIR) directory $(SOURCE_RELEASE_BIN_DIR) directory
release_jars:: use perl script to package appropriate
files in the $(XPCLASS_JAR),
$(XPHEADER_JAR), $(MDHEADER_JAR), and
$(MDBINARY_JAR) jar files
release_cpdistdir:: use perl script to copy the
$(XPCLASS_JAR), $(XPHEADER_JAR),
$(MDHEADER_JAR), and $(MDBINARY_JAR)
jar files to the specified VERSION
of the $(RELEASE_TREE) directory
TOOLS and AUTOMATION TOOLS and AUTOMATION
-------------------- --------------------
platform:: tool used to display the platform name platform:: tool used to display the platform name
as composed within the "arch.mk" file as composed within the "arch.mk" file
autobuild:: automation rule used by "Bonsai" and autobuild:: automation rule used by "Bonsai" and
"Tinderbox" to automatically generate "Tinderbox" to automatically generate
binary releases on various platforms binary releases on various platforms
tests:: automation tool used to run the check:: automation tool used to run the
"regress" and "reporter" tools "regress" and "reporter" tools
on various regression test suites on various regression test suites
The second section of "rules.mk" primarily contains several The second section of "rules.mk" primarily contains several
"language" dependent build rules for binary releases. These are "language" dependent build rules for binary releases. These are
generally "computed" rules (created on the "fly"), and include generally "computed" rules (created on the "fly"), and include
rules used by "C", "C++", assembly, the preprocessor, perl, and rules used by "C", "C++", assembly, the preprocessor, perl, and
the shell. the shell.
The rules which dwell in this section and their purpose: The rules which dwell in this section and their purpose:
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The fourth section of "rules.mk" primarily contains miscellaneous The fourth section of "rules.mk" primarily contains miscellaneous
build rules for binary releases. Many of these rules are here to build rules for binary releases. Many of these rules are here to
create new subdirectories, manage dependencies, and/or override create new subdirectories, manage dependencies, and/or override
standard gmake "Makefile" rules. standard gmake "Makefile" rules.
The rules which dwell in this section and their purpose: The rules which dwell in this section and their purpose:
CATEGORY/rule:: Purpose CATEGORY/rule:: Purpose
=================== ============================= =================== =============================
$(PUBLIC_EXPORT_DIR):: create directory used to
house public "C" header files
$(PRIVATE_EXPORT_DIR):: create directory used to
house private "C" header
files
$(SOURCE_XP_DIR)/ $(SOURCE_XP_DIR)/
release/include:: create directory used to release/include:: create directory used to
house "C" header files house "C" header files
contained in a release contained in a release
$(MKDEPENDENCIES):: for UNIX systems, create
a directory used to house
dependencies and utilize
the $(MKDEPEND) rule to
create them
$(MKDEPEND):: cd to the dependency
directory and create them
depend:: if $(OBJS) exist, perform the
$(MKDEPEND) rule followed by
the $(MKDEPENDENCIES) rule
dependclean:: remove all files contained
in the dependency repository
.DEFAULT: standard gmake rule .DEFAULT: standard gmake rule
.SUFFIXES: standard gmake rule .SUFFIXES: standard gmake rule
.PRECIOUS: standard gmake rule .PRECIOUS: standard gmake rule
.PHONY: standard gmake rule .PHONY: standard gmake rule
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