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NAME

     pmk.conf - premake configuration file

DESCRIPTION

     pmk.conf contains a series of assignements that are used by pmk(1) and
     created by pmksetup(8).

DATA TYPES

     These are common types used by pmk, see pmkfile(5) for a complete
     description.

OPERATORS

     =       This operator makes the value dynamic, which means that it will
             be (re)assigned everytime you run pmksetup(8).

             For example:

                   BIN_CC = "/usr/bin/cc"

     :       This operator makes the value static, which means that if you
             want to regenerate the pmk.conf, the value will be kept and not
             dynamically assigned by pmksetup(8).

             For example:

                   BIN_INSTALL:"/usr/local/bin/install"

FAMILY CLASSES

     Assignements can be classed in different families.

     AC_*    Compatibility with autoconf.

     BIN_*   This class is used for binary paths.

     HW_*    Hardware related data like for example byte order or cpu
             features.

     PATH_*  Specific paths family.

     OS_*    System specific data.

     misc    Some other data (such as PREFIX) cannot fit into previous
             families.

AC CLASS

     This class is providing some variables for GNU Autoconf compatibility:

     AC_ECHO_C  Support for "\c".

     AC_ECHO_N  Support for "\n".

     AC_ECHO_T  Support for "\t".

BIN CLASS

     This class is providing locations of various useful binaries such as ar,
     as, cc, cpp, ...

HW CLASS

     This class is giving some information about the host hardware.

     HW_BYTEORDER  Provide the byte order of the host: ’BIG_ENDIAN’ or
                   ’LITTLE_ENDIAN’.

     HW_CPU_ARCH   Identify the cpu architecture.
     We support actually the following architectures (with cpu identification
     for some of them):

     alpha

                HW_ALPHA_CPU_CLASS     Cpu class (EV4, EV5 or EV6).

                HW_ALPHA_CPU_FEATURES  Cpu features list (BWX, FIX, CIX, MVI,
                                       PAT and PMI)

     ia_64

                HW_IA64_CPU_ARCHREV   Cpu architecture revision number.

                HW_IA64_CPU_CLASS     Cpu class (’Itanium’ or ’Itanium2’)

                HW_IA64_CPU_FAMILY    Cpu family number.

                HW_IA64_CPU_FEATURES  Cpu features list (LB, SD and AO).

                HW_IA64_CPU_MODEL     Cpu model number.

                HW_IA64_CPU_REVISION  Cpu revision number.

                HW_IA64_CPU_VENDOR    Cpu vendor string.

     m68k       No specific variables.

     parisc_64  No specific variables.

     ppc        No specific variables.

     sparc_32   No specific variables.

     sparc_64   No specific variables.

     x86_32

                HW_X86_CPU_CLASS       Cpu family class (386, 486, 586, ...).

                HW_X86_CPU_EXTFAM      Extended family number.

                HW_X86_CPU_EXTMOD      Extended model number.

                HW_X86_CPU_FAMILY      Cpu family number.

                HW_X86_CPU_FEATURES    Cpu features list (FPU, VME, DE, PSE,
                                       TSC, ...).

                HW_X86_CPU_MODEL       Cpu model number.

                HW_X86_CPU_STD_VENDOR  Standardised cpu vendor (’INTEL’,
                                       ’AMD’, ...).

                HW_X86_CPU_VENDOR      Cpu vendor string.

     x86_64     Same as x86_32 architecture.

     vax        No specific variables.

OS CLASS

     This class is providing informations about the host’s operating system:

     OS_ARCH     Operating system architecture (warning: this is OS specific).

     OS_NAME     Operating system name (warning: linux distributions return
                 the kernel name).

     OS_VERSION  Operating system version (warning: linux distributions return
                 the kernel version).

PATH CLASS

     This class is providing path for binaries, headers and libraries.

MISC CLASS

     This class is regrouping what can not be classed elsewhere.

     PREFIX       Prefix environnement variable.

     SYSCONFDIR   System configuration directory.

     PC_PATH_LIB  Library path for pmkpc or pkg_config.

FILES

     /etc/pmk/pmk.conf  default pmk(1) configuration file

EXAMPLES

     A typical pmk.conf might appear as follows:

     # autoconf compatibility
     AC_ECHO_C = "\c"
     AC_ECHO_N = ""
     AC_ECHO_T = ""

     # specific binaries
     BIN_AR = "/usr/bin/ar"
     BIN_AS = "/usr/bin/as"
     BIN_AWK = "/usr/bin/awk"
     BIN_CAT = "/bin/cat"
     BIN_CC = "/usr/bin/cc"
     BIN_CPP = "/usr/bin/cpp"
     BIN_CXX = "/usr/bin/c++"
     BIN_ECHO = "/bin/echo"
     BIN_EGREP = "/usr/bin/egrep"
     BIN_GREP = "/usr/bin/grep"
     BIN_ID = "/usr/bin/id"
     BIN_INSTALL = "/usr/bin/install"
     BIN_LEX = "/usr/bin/lex"
     BIN_LN = "/bin/ln"
     BIN_PKGCONFIG = "/usr/local/bin/pkg-config"
     BIN_RANLIB = "/usr/bin/ranlib"
     BIN_SH = "/bin/sh"
     BIN_STRIP = "/usr/bin/strip"
     BIN_SUDO = "/usr/bin/sudo"
     BIN_TAR = "/bin/tar"
     BIN_YACC = "/usr/bin/yacc"

     # architecture specific
     HW_BYTEORDER = "LITTLE_ENDIAN"
     HW_CPU_ARCH = "x86_32"
     HW_X86_CPU_CLASS = "i686"
     HW_X86_CPU_EXTFAM = "0"
     HW_X86_CPU_EXTMOD = "0"
     HW_X86_CPU_FAMILY = "15"
     HW_X86_CPU_FEATURES = "FPU VME DE PSE TSC MSR PAE MCE CX8 APIC SEP MTRR PGE MCA CMOV PAT PSE36 CLFL DTES ACPI MMX FXR SSE SSE2 HTT TM1 PBE FPU MON DSCPL EST TM2 CX16 ETPRD "
     HW_X86_CPU_MODEL = "2"
     HW_X86_CPU_STD_VENDOR = "INTEL"
     HW_X86_CPU_VENDOR = "GenuineIntel"

     # OS related
     OS_ARCH = "i386"
     OS_NAME = "OpenBSD"
     OS_VERSION = "3.6"

     # PATH related
     PATH_BIN = "/bin,/sbin,/usr/bin,/usr/sbin,/usr/X11R6/bin,/usr/local/sbin,/usr/local/bin"
     PATH_INC = "/usr/include"
     PATH_LIB = "/usr/lib"

     # misc
     PC_PATH_LIB = "$PREFIX/lib/pkgconfig"
     PREFIX = "/usr/local"
     SYSCONFDIR = "/etc"

SEE ALSO

     make(1), pmk(1), pmkscan(1), pmkfile(5), pmksetup(8)