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    1 # Copyright (C) 2007-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
    2 # See end for copying conditions.
    3 
    4 # although it would be nice to use tex rather than pdftex to avoid
    5 # colors, spurious warnings about names being referenced but not
    6 # existing, etc., dvips | ps2pdf doesn't preserve the page size.
    7 # Instead of creating a special dvips config file, put up with the warnings.
    8 # (Note added 2012/05: for me, using texlive-2007-57, pdftex
    9 # doesn't work for reason, but tex does.)
   10 texinfodir=../misc
   11 emacsdir=../emacs
   12 
   13 tex = TEXINPUTS=".:$(texinfodir):${emacsdir}:${TEXINPUTS}" pdftex -interaction=nonstopmode
   14 
   15 all: vol1.pdf vol2.pdf
   16 
   17 # There's probably a better way to do this, without using a temp file.
   18 # Something like:
   19 # tex -jobname=vol1 '\def\SETVOL1 \input{elisp.texi}'
   20 # but I don't know what to use for "\def\SETVOL1".
   21 tex1 = sed '/^@setfilename/a\
   22 @set VOL1' elisp.texi > elisp1tmp.tex && $(tex) -jobname=vol1 elisp1tmp.tex
   23 
   24 tex2 = sed '/^@setfilename/a\
   25 @set VOL2' elisp.texi > elisp2tmp.tex && $(tex) -jobname=vol2 elisp2tmp.tex
   26 
   27 # elisp.texi specially defines \tocreadfilename when VOL1 or VOL2 is
   28 # set, so we can use our premade .toc's.
   29 #
   30 vol1.pdf: elisp1med-fns-ready elisp1med-aux-ready elisp1med-toc-ready
   31     @printf '\f Final TeX run for volume 1...\n'
   32     cp elisp1med-toc-ready elisp1-toc-ready.toc
   33     cp elisp1med-fns-ready vol1.fns
   34     cp elisp1med-aux-ready vol1.aux
   35     $(tex1)
   36 #
   37 vol2.pdf: elisp2med-fns-ready elisp2med-aux-ready elisp2med-toc-ready
   38     @echo "Final TeX run for volume 2..."
   39     cp elisp2med-toc-ready elisp2-toc-ready.toc
   40     cp elisp2med-fns-ready vol2.fns
   41     cp elisp2med-aux-ready vol2.aux
   42     $(tex2)
   43 
   44 #  intermediate toc files.
   45 #
   46 # vol1 toc: volume 1, page break, volume 2 (with II: prepended).
   47 elisp1med-toc-ready: elisp1med-init elisp2med-init
   48     echo '@unnchapentry{@b{Volume 1}}{10001}{vol1}{}' >$@
   49     cat elisp1med-toc >>$@
   50     echo '@page' >>$@
   51     echo '@unnchapentry{@b{Volume 2}}{10001}{vol2}{}' >>$@
   52     sed 's/{\([^}]*\)}$$/{II:\1}/' elisp2med-toc >>$@
   53 #
   54 # vol2 toc: volume 1 (with I: prepended), page break, volume 2.
   55 elisp2med-toc-ready: elisp1med-init elisp2med-init
   56     echo '@unnchapentry{@b{Volume 1}}{10001}{vol1}{}' >$@
   57     sed 's/{\([^}]*\)}$$/{I:\1}/' elisp1med-toc >>$@
   58     echo '@page' >>$@
   59     echo '@unnchapentry{@b{Volume 2}}{10001}{vol2}{}' >>$@
   60     cat elisp2med-toc >>$@
   61 
   62 
   63 #  intermediate aux files.
   64 #
   65 # append vol2's fixed aux to normal vol1.
   66 elisp1med-aux-ready: elisp2med-aux-vol-added
   67     cat elisp1med-aux $< >$@
   68 #
   69 # prepend vol1's fixed aux to vol2.
   70 elisp2med-aux-ready: elisp1med-aux-vol-added
   71     cat $< elisp2med-aux >$@
   72 
   73 # on -pg entries, append volume number after page number.
   74 elisp1med-aux-vol-added: elisp1med-init
   75     sed 's/-pg}{\(.*\)}$$/-pg}{\1, vol.@tie1}/' elisp1med-aux >$@
   76 #
   77 elisp2med-aux-vol-added: elisp2med-init
   78     sed 's/-pg}{\(.*\)}$$/-pg}{\1, vol.@tie2}/' elisp2med-aux >$@
   79 
   80 #  intermediate index (fns) file.
   81 #
   82 elisp1med-fns-ready: elisp1med-fn-vol-added elisp2med-fn-vol-added
   83     cat elisp2med-fn-vol-added >>vol1.fn
   84     texindex vol1.fn
   85     cp vol1.fns $@
   86 #
   87 elisp2med-fns-ready: elisp1med-fn-vol-added elisp2med-fn-vol-added
   88     cat elisp1med-fn-vol-added >>vol2.fn
   89     texindex vol2.fn
   90     cp vol2.fns $@
   91 
   92 # Insert volume number (I: or II:) into index file.
   93 elisp1med-fn-vol-added: elisp1med-init
   94     cp vol1.fn elisp1med-fn
   95     sed 's/}{/}{I:/' elisp1med-fn >$@
   96 #
   97 elisp2med-fn-vol-added: elisp2med-init
   98     cp vol2.fn elisp2med-fn
   99     sed 's/}{/}{II:/' elisp2med-fn >$@
  100 
  101 # -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  102 # everything above is essentially a duplicate of everything below. sorry.
  103 # -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  104 
  105 #  intermediate TeX runs.
  106 #
  107 # this generates what would be the final versions -- except the page
  108 # numbers aren't right.  The process of adding the I: and II: changes
  109 # the page breaks, so a few index entries, at least are wrong.  (In
  110 # 2007, x-meta-keysym in vol.II ended up on page 374 when the index had
  111 # it on page 375 from the initial run.)
  112 #
  113 # So, we start all over again, from these fns/aux/toc files.
  114 #
  115 elisp1med-init: elisp1-fns-ready elisp1-aux-ready elisp1init-toc-ready $(texinfodir)/texinfo.tex
  116     @printf '\f Intermediate TeX run for volume 1...\n'
  117     cp elisp1init-toc-ready elisp1-toc-ready.toc
  118     cp elisp1-fns-ready vol1.fns
  119     cp elisp1-aux-ready vol1.aux
  120     $(tex1)
  121     texindex vol1.??
  122     mv vol1.aux elisp1med-aux
  123     mv vol1.toc elisp1med-toc
  124 #
  125 elisp2med-init: elisp2-fns-ready elisp2-aux-ready elisp2init-toc-ready $(texinfodir)/texinfo.tex
  126     @echo "Final TeX run for volume 2..."
  127     cp elisp2init-toc-ready elisp2-toc-ready.toc
  128     cp elisp2-fns-ready vol2.fns
  129     cp elisp2-aux-ready vol2.aux
  130     $(tex2)
  131     texindex vol2.??
  132     mv vol2.aux elisp2med-aux
  133     mv vol2.toc elisp2med-toc
  134 
  135 
  136 #  initial toc files.
  137 #
  138 # vol1 toc: volume 1, page break, volume 2 (with II: prepended).
  139 elisp1init-toc-ready: elisp1-init elisp2-init
  140     echo '@unnchapentry{@b{Volume 1}}{10001}{vol1}{}' >$@
  141     cat elisp1-toc >>$@
  142     echo '@page' >>$@
  143     echo '@unnchapentry{@b{Volume 2}}{10001}{vol2}{}' >>$@
  144     sed 's/{\([^}]*\)}$$/{II:\1}/' elisp2-toc >>$@
  145 #
  146 # vol2 toc: volume 1 (with I: prepended), page break, volume 2.
  147 elisp2init-toc-ready: elisp1-init elisp2-init
  148     echo '@unnchapentry{@b{Volume 1}}{10001}{vol1}{}' >$@
  149     sed 's/{\([^}]*\)}$$/{I:\1}/' elisp1-toc >>$@
  150     echo '@page' >>$@
  151     echo '@unnchapentry{@b{Volume 2}}{10001}{vol2}{}' >>$@
  152     cat elisp2-toc >>$@
  153 
  154 
  155 #  initial aux files.
  156 #
  157 # append vol2's fixed aux to normal vol1.  The initial runs saved
  158 # elisp1-aux and elisp2-aux.
  159 elisp1-aux-ready: elisp2-aux-vol-added
  160     cat elisp1-aux $< >$@
  161 #
  162 # prepend vol1's fixed aux to vol2.
  163 elisp2-aux-ready: elisp1-aux-vol-added
  164     cat $< elisp2-aux >$@
  165 
  166 # on -pg entries, append volume number after page number.
  167 elisp1-aux-vol-added: elisp1-init
  168     sed 's/-pg}{\(.*\)}$$/-pg}{\1, vol.@tie1}/' elisp1-aux >$@
  169 #
  170 elisp2-aux-vol-added: elisp2-init
  171     sed 's/-pg}{\(.*\)}$$/-pg}{\1, vol.@tie2}/' elisp2-aux >$@
  172 
  173 #  initial index (fns) file.
  174 #
  175 # Append other volume's index entries to this one's.
  176 # Index entries in this volume will then take precedence.
  177 elisp1-fns-ready: elisp1-fn-vol-added elisp2-fn-vol-added
  178     cat elisp2-fn-vol-added >>vol1.fn
  179     texindex vol1.fn
  180     cp vol1.fns $@
  181 #
  182 elisp2-fns-ready: elisp1-fn-vol-added elisp2-fn-vol-added
  183     cat elisp1-fn-vol-added >>vol2.fn
  184     texindex vol2.fn
  185     cp vol2.fns $@
  186 
  187 # Insert volume number (I: or II:) into index file.
  188 elisp1-fn-vol-added: elisp1-init
  189     cp vol1.fn elisp1-fn
  190     sed 's/}{/}{I:/' elisp1-fn >$@
  191 #
  192 elisp2-fn-vol-added: elisp2-init
  193     cp vol2.fn elisp2-fn
  194     sed 's/}{/}{II:/' elisp2-fn >$@
  195 
  196 
  197 #  initial TeX runs.
  198 #
  199 # We use the .fn, .aux, and .toc files created here in subsequent
  200 # processing.  The page numbers generated here will not be correct yet,
  201 # but we run texindex and TeX a second time just to get them closer.
  202 # Otherwise it might take even longer for them to converge.
  203 #
  204 elisp1-init: elisp.texi
  205     @printf '\f Initial TeX run for volume 1...\n'
  206     rm -f vol1.aux vol1.toc
  207     $(tex1)
  208     texindex vol1.??
  209     mv vol1.aux elisp1-aux
  210     mv vol1.toc elisp1-toc
  211     touch $@
  212 #
  213 elisp2-init: elisp.texi
  214     @echo "Initial TeX run for volume 2..."
  215     rm -f vol2.aux vol2.toc
  216     $(tex2)
  217     texindex vol2.??
  218     mv vol2.aux elisp2-aux
  219     mv vol2.toc elisp2-toc
  220     touch $@
  221 
  222 # COPYING CONDITIONS
  223 #
  224 # This file is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
  225 # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
  226 # the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
  227 # (at your option) any later version.
  228 #
  229 # This file is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
  230 # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
  231 # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
  232 # GNU General Public License for more details.
  233 #
  234 # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
  235 # along with this file.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.