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# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Makefile for FSFE website build, phase 1
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This Makefile is executed in the root of the source directory tree, and
# creates some .xml and xhtml files as well as some symlinks, all of which
# serve as input files in phase 2. The whole phase 1 runs within the source
# directory tree and does not touch the target directory tree at all.
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
.PHONY: all .FORCE
.FORCE:
# This will be overwritten in the command line running this Makefile.
build_env = development
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Update CSS files
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This step recompiles the less files into the final CSS files to be
# distributed to the web server.
ifneq ($(build_env),development)
all: look/fsfe.min.css look/valentine.min.css
look/%.min.css: $(shell find "look" -name '*.less')
echo "* Compiling $@"
lessc "look/$*.less" -x "$@"
endif
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Update XSL stylesheets
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This step updates (actually: just touches) all XSL files which depend on
# another XSL file that has changed since the last build run. The phase 2
# Makefile then only has to consider the directly used stylesheet as a
# prerequisite for building each file and doesn't have to worry about other
# stylesheets imported into that one.
# This must run before the "dive into subdirectories" step, because in the news
# and events directories, the XSL files, if updated, will be copied for the
# per-year archives.
.PHONY: stylesheets
all: stylesheets
stylesheets: $(SUBDIRS)
tools/update_stylesheets.sh
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Dive into subdirectories
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
SUBDIRS := $(shell find */* -name "Makefile" | xargs dirname)
all: $(SUBDIRS)
$(SUBDIRS): .FORCE
echo "* Preparing subdirectory $@"
$(MAKE) --silent --directory=$@
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Handle local menus
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# FIXME: This runs when the makefile is parsed, before maybe new *.xhtml files
# are created in the news/<year>/ and events/<year>/ directories. It would be
# better to move this into a separate script tools/update-localmenus.sh. It
# would also be better if there was a separate .localmenu.en.xml file for each
# directory.
MENUSOURCES := $(shell find -name '*.xhtml' -not -name "*-template.*" | xargs grep -l '<localmenu.*</localmenu>' | sort)
all: localmenuinfo.en.xml
localmenuinfo.en.xml: ./tools/buildmenu.xsl $(MENUSOURCES)
{ printf '<localmenuset>'; \
grep -E '<localmenu.*</localmenu>' $^ \
| sed -r 's;(.*/)?(.+)\.([a-z][a-z])\.xhtml:(.+);\
<menuitem language="\3"><dir>/\1</dir><link>\2.html</link>\4</menuitem>;'; \
printf '</localmenuset>'; \
} | xsltproc -o $@ $< -
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Timestamp files for regular jobs and XML inclusion in various places
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
YEAR := <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><dateset><date year="$(shell date +%Y)" /></dateset>
MONTH := <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><dateset><date month="$(shell date +%Y-%m)" /></dateset>
DAY := <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><dateset><date day="$(shell date +%Y-%m-%d)" /></dateset>
all: d_year.en.xml d_month.en.xml d_day.en.xml
d_day.en.xml: $(if $(findstring $(DAY),$(shell cat d_day.en.xml)),,.FORCE)
printf %s\\n '$(DAY)' >$@
d_month.en.xml: $(if $(findstring $(MONTH),$(shell cat d_month.en.xml)),,.FORCE)
printf %s\\n '$(MONTH)' >$@
d_year.en.xml: $(if $(findstring $(YEAR),$(shell cat d_year.en.xml)),,.FORCE)
printf %s\\n '$(YEAR)' >$@
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Create XML symlinks
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# After this step, the following symlinks will exist:
# * tools/.texts-<lang>.xml for each language
# * ./fundraising.<lang>.xml for each language
# Each of these symlinks will point to the corresponding file without a dot at
# the beginning of the filename, if present, and to the English version
# otherwise. This symlinks make sure that phase 2 can easily use the right file
# for each language, also as a prerequisite in the Makefile.
LANGUAGES := $(shell . build/languages.sh && get_languages)
TEXTS_LINKS := $(foreach lang,$(LANGUAGES),tools/.texts-$(lang).xml)
all: $(TEXTS_LINKS)
tools/.texts-%.xml: .FORCE
if [ -f tools/texts-$*.xml ]; then \
ln -sf texts-$*.xml $@; \
else \
ln -sf texts-en.xml $@; \
fi
FUNDRAISING_LINKS := $(foreach lang,$(LANGUAGES),.fundraising.$(lang).xml)
all: $(FUNDRAISING_LINKS)
.fundraising.%.xml: .FORCE
if [ -f fundraising.$*.xml ]; then \
ln -sf fundraising.$*.xml $@; \
else \
ln -sf fundraising.en.xml $@; \
fi
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Create XSL symlinks
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# After this step, each directory with source files for HTML pages contains a
# symlink named .default.xsl and pointing to the default.xsl "responsible" for
# this directory. These symlinks make it easier for the phase 2 Makefile to
# determine which XSL script should be used to build a HTML page from a source
# file.
# All directories containing source files for HTML pages.
# FIXME: This runs when the makefile is parsed, before maybe new *.xhtml files
# are created in the news/<year>/ and events/<year>/ directories.
XHTML_DIRS := $(patsubst %/,%,$(sort $(dir $(shell find -name '*.??.xhtml'))))
.PHONY: default_xsl
all: default_xsl
default_xsl:
for directory in $(XHTML_DIRS); do \
dir="$${directory}"; \
prefix=""; \
until [ -f "$${dir}/default.xsl" -o "$${dir}" = "." ]; do \
dir="$${dir%/*}"; \
prefix="$${prefix}../"; \
done; \
ln -sf "$${prefix}default.xsl" "$${directory}/.default.xsl"; \
done
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Update XML filelists
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# After this step, the following files will be up to date:
# * tags/tagged-<tags>.en.xhtml for each tag used. Apart from being
# automatically created, these are regular source files for HTML pages, and
# in phase 2 are built into pages listing all news items and events for a
# tag.
# * tags/.tags.??.xml with a list of the tags useed.
# * <dir>/.<base>.xmllist for each <dir>/<base>.sources as well as for each
# tags/tagged-<tags>.en.xhtml. These files are used in phase 2 to include the
# correct XML files when generating the HTML pages. It is taken care that
# these files are only updated whenever their content actually changes, so
# they can serve as a prerequisite in the phase 2 Makefile.
# This step is handled in an external script, because the list of files to
# generate is not known when the Makefile starts - some new tags might be
# introduced when generating the .xml files in the news/* subdirectories.
.PHONY: xmllists
all: xmllists
xmllists: $(SUBDIRS)
tools/update_xmllists.sh