Commit 0233e4ed authored by Ivica Bukvic's avatar Ivica Bukvic
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SUBDIRS=bonk~ choice expr~ fiddle~ loop~ lrshift~ pd~ pique sigmund~ stdout
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#X text 43 520 differential equations click here ->;
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#X text 463 42 <- experiment with these numbers;
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#X text 68 24 by Shahrokh Yadegari;
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$(LN_S) $(NAME)/fexpr~.@EXTERNAL_EXTENSION@ fexpr~.@EXTERNAL_EXTENSION@; \
$(LN_S) $(NAME)/expr-help.pd expr-help.pd; \
$(LN_S) $(NAME)/expr-help.pd expr~-help.pd; \
$(LN_S) $(NAME)/expr-help.pd fexpr~-help.pd; \
)
uninstall-hook:
cd $(DESTDIR)$(externaldir) && ( \
rm -f expr.@EXTERNAL_EXTENSION@ fexpr~.@EXTERNAL_EXTENSION@; \
cd ..; \
rm -f expr~.@EXTERNAL_EXTENSION@ expr.@EXTERNAL_EXTENSION@ fexpr~.@EXTERNAL_EXTENSION@; \
rm -f expr-help.pd expr~-help.pd fexpr~-help.pd; \
)
if MINGW
AM_LIBS += -lpd
endif
libtool: $(LIBTOOL_DEPS)
$(SHELL) ./config.status --recheck
## Makefile.am -- Process this file with automake to produce Makefile.in
NAME=fiddle~
external_LTLIBRARIES = fiddle~.la
SOURCES = fiddle~.c
PATCHES = fiddle~-help.pd
OTHERDATA =
###############################
# you shouldn't need to add anything below here
dist_external_DATA = $(PATCHES) $(OTHERDATA)
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = foreign
AM_CPPFLAGS = -I$(top_srcdir)/src -DPD
AM_CFLAGS = @ARCH_CFLAGS@
AM_LIBS = $(LIBM)
AM_LDFLAGS = -module -avoid-version -shared @ARCH_LDFLAGS@ -shrext .@EXTERNAL_EXTENSION@ -L$(top_srcdir)/src
externaldir = $(pkglibdir)/extra/$(NAME)
if MINGW