Commit f278e978 authored by Kurt Zeilenga's avatar Kurt Zeilenga
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Added ACL Group flag to Make-common and fixed up SERVERDEFS

parent 4d9941b0
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Copyright (c) 1994 Regents of the University of Michigan.
# All rights reserved.
#
# Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted
# provided that this notice is preserved and that due credit is given
# to the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. The name of the University
# may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this
# software without specific prior written permission. This software
# is provided ``as is'' without express or implied warranty.
#
# LDAP common Make defines (included in all but top-level Makefile)
#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#############################################################################
## Edit the following variables to have appropriate values for your system ##
#############################################################################
#############################################################################
## LDAP install paths ##
#############################################################################
# by default, everything is installed below INSTROOT
# config files, etc. are put in ETCDIR
# include files get put in INCLUDEDIR
# libraries are put in LIBDIR
# man pages are put under MANDIR
# programs end-users will run are put in BINDIR
# programs sysadmins will run are put in SBINDIR
# servers are put in LIBEXECDIR
# pid/args files are put in RUNDIR
#
# Per platform defaults override these.
#
LDAP_PREFIX?= /usr/local
LDAP_INSTROOT?= $(LDAP_PREFIX)
LDAP_ETCDIR?= $(LDAP_INSTROOT)/etc/ldap
LDAP_INCDIR?= $(LDAP_INSTROOT)/include
LDAP_LIBDIR?= $(LDAP_INSTROOT)/lib
LDAP_MANDIR?= $(LDAP_INSTROOT)/man
LDAP_BINDIR?= $(LDAP_INSTROOT)/bin
LDAP_SBINDIR?=$(LDAP_INSTROOT)/sbin
LDAP_LIBEXECDIR?= $(LDAP_INSTROOT)/libexec
LDAP_RUNDIR?= $(LDAP_ETCDIR)
#############################################################################
## General compiler options ##
#############################################################################
# Passed to every compile (cc or gcc). This is where you put -O or -g, etc.
#EXTRACFLAGS=-O -g
#EXTRACFLAGS=-O
EXTRACFLAGS?=-g
# Passed to every link (ld). Include -g here if you did in EXTRACFLAGS.
EXTRALDFLAGS?=-g
#############################################################################
## If you are NOT using Kerberos authentication, you can skip this section.##
#############################################################################
#
# Otherwise, to enable kerberos authentication, uncomment KERBEROS (and
# AFSKERBEROS if you are running the AFS version of kerberos). Also
# uncomment and change the various KRB* lines to point to where the
# kerberos libraries and include files are installed at your site.
#
#KERBEROS=-DKERBEROS
#AFSKERBEROS=-DAFSKERBEROS
#KRBINCLUDEFLAG = -I/usr/local/kerberos/include
#KRBLIBFLAG = -L/usr/local/kerberos/lib
#KRBLIBS = -lkrb -ldes
#############################################################################
## ISODE is required ONLY to build the ldap <-> X.500 server (ldapd) ##
## If you don't want to build it, you can skip this section. ##
#############################################################################
#
# To build the ldap server, uncomment the HAVEISODE line,
# and the section describing build settings for your version of isode.
#
#HAVEISODE = yes
# If you compiled ISODE with TURBO_DISK defined, uncomment this
#ISODETURBOLIBS = -lgdbm
# uncomment these to have ldapd "pretty print" protocol elements w/debugging
#PEPSY_DUMP=-DPEPSY_DUMP
#PEPSY=/usr/local/ic/bin/pepsy
# uncommment this line to have ldapd load PP syntax handlers
# you'll also need to add -lpp to ISODEBASELIBS below
#LDAP_USE_PP=-DLDAP_USE_PP
# uncomment NO_SETPROCTITLE to have ldapd NOT change its title
#NO_SETPROCTITLE=-DNOSETPROCTITLE
#
# ISODE Consortium release build settings
# You should change the next line so that ICRELEASE matches the (integer)
# version number of whatever IC release you have, e.g. 1, 2, or 3 and
# also uncomment the next 5 lines.
#ICRELEASE=-DICRELEASE=1
#ISODEPACKAGE=-DISODEPACKAGE=IC
#ISODEINCLUDEFLAG= -I/usr/local/ic/include/isode -I/usr/local/ic/include
#ISODELIBFLAG = -L/usr/local/ic/lib
#ISODEBASELIBS = -lisode
#
# Freely available ISODE 8.0 release build settings (uncomment the next 4 lines)
#ISODEPACKAGE=-DISODEPACKAGE
#ISODEINCLUDEFLAG= -I/usr/local/isode/include
#ISODELIBFLAG = -L/usr/local/isode/lib
#ISODEBASELIBS = -ldsap -lisode
#
# NEXOR ISODE release build settings (uncomment the next 4 lines)
#ISODEPACKAGE=-DISODEPACKAGE=XT
#ISODEINCLUDEFLAG= -I/usr/include/isode
#ISODELIBFLAG = -L/usr/local/lib -L/usr/sunlink/osi/lib
#ISODEBASELIBS = -lxtpp -lresolv -lxtdsap -lxtisode -losi
#############################################################################
## If you don't want to run slapd, skip this section. ##
#############################################################################
#
# To build slapd (the stand-alone ldap daemon), uncomment the MAKESLAPD
# line and select the SLAPD_BACKENDS you want to use. If you enable the
# LDBM backend, also select one of the LDBM backends.
MAKESLAPD= yes
#
# remove the defines for backends you don't want to enable
SLAPD_BACKENDS= -DLDAP_LDBM -DLDAP_SHELL -DLDAP_PASSWD
#
# If you have included -DLDAP_LDBM in the SLAPD_BACKENDS line you need
# to specify which low-level database package to use. There are
# four choices: Berkeley db b-tree, Berkeley db hash, GNU dbm, or ndbm.
# You will also need to edit the include and lib strings appropriately.
#
# berkeley db btree package
#LDBMLIB=-ldb
#LDBMBACKEND?=-DLDBM_USE_DBBTREE
#LDBMINCLUDE?=-I/usr/local/db/include
#LDBMLIB?=-ldb
# berkeley db hash package
#LDBMBACKEND?=-DLDBM_USE_DBHASH
#LDBMINCLUDE?=-I/usr/local/db/include
#LDBMLIB?=-ldb
# gnu dbm (gdbm)
#LDBMBACKEND?=-DLDBM_USE_GDBM
#LDBMINCLUDE?=-I/usr/local/gdbm/include
#LDBMLIB?=-lgdbm
# standard unix ndbm
LDBMBACKEND?=-DLDBM_USE_NDBM
LDBMINCLUDE?=
LDBMLIB?=
#undef these if you have SLEEPYCAT DB2 installed
#LDBMBACKEND=-DLDBM_USE_DBBTREE -DHAVE_SLEEPYCAT_DB2
#LDBMINCLUDE=-I/usr/local/include
#LDBMLIB=-L/usr/local/lib -ldb
# if you want to use a non-default threads package change the defines below
# to one of:
# -DPOSIX_THREADS (draft 10 or standard)
# -DTHREAD_MIT_PTHREADS (draft 4)
# -DTHREAD_NEXT_CTHREADS
# -DTHREAD_DCE_PTHREADS
# -DTHREAD_SUNOS4_LWP
# -DTHREAD_SUNOS5_LWP
# and select the appropriate library.
#THREADS?=-DNO_THREADS
#THREADSLIB?=
# Locations of auxilary programs
# (excepts to below are generally defined in Make-platform)
LDAP_SENDMAIL?=/usr/lib/sendmail
LDAP_EDITOR?=/usr/ucb/vi
LDAP_FINGER?=/usr/ucb/finger
# For generation of compressed man pages
# (excepts to below are generally defined in Make-platform)
MANCOMPRESS?=cat
MANCOMPRESSSUFFIX?=
#############################################################################
## The following options are used by the xax500 client. If you haven't ##
## retrieved the xax500 source and dropped it into the "clients" ##
## directory, you can skip this section. ##
#############################################################################
#
# location of your X include files
#XINCLUDES= -I/usr/X11/include
#
# location of your X libraries
#XLIBDIRS=-L/usr/X11/lib
#
# include any extra X libraries you need here
# the following works with sunos 4 and X11R5
#XLIBS = $(XLIBDIRS) -lXm -lXt -lX11
# the following has been known to work with Solaris 2.4 and X11R6
#XLIBS = $(XLIBDIRS) -lXm -lXext -lSM -lICE -lXpm -lXt -lX11
#############################################################################
## If you don't want to do auto-translation of character sets, skip this ##
#############################################################################
#
# Otherwise, uncomment this line and set the following options.
#STR_TRANSLATION=-DSTR_TRANSLATION
#
# remove the defines for LDAP client library T.61 character translation
# you do not need. If you use LDAP_CHARSET_8859, replace the '1' in "88591"
# with the number of the particular character set you use. E.g., use "88594"
# if you use the ISO 8859-4 chracter set.
#LIBLDAP_CHARSETS=-DLDAP_CHARSET_8859="88591"
#
# uncomment one these lines to enable automatic T.61 translation by default
#LIBLDAP_DEF_CHARSET=-DLDAP_DEFAULT_CHARSET=LDAP_CHARSET_8859
#############################################################################
## General options ##
#############################################################################
# uncomment this line to enable debugging code (a good idea)
LDAP_DEBUG=-DLDAP_DEBUG
# uncomment this line to turn on a few U of Michigan specific things
#UOFM=-DUOFM
# uncomment this line to delete a few printfs in the lber and ldap libraries.
#NO_USERINTERFACE=-DNO_USERINTERFACE
# uncomment this line to include Connectionless LDAP support
#CLDAP=-DCLDAP
# uncomment this line to eliminate local caching support in the libldap
#NO_CACHE=-DNO_CACHE
# uncomment this line to do reverse lookups (useful for doing ACLs
# by host/domain names)
LDAP_REVERSE_LOOKUP=-DREVERSE_LOOKUP
# uncomment this line to enable support for LDAP referrals in libldap
LDAP_REFERRALS=-DLDAP_REFERRALS
# uncomment this line to enable ACL by groups
# LDAP_ACLGROUP=-DACLGROUP
# uncomment these lines to enable support for CRYPT passwords in LDBM.
# LDAP_CRYPT=-DLDAP_CRYPT
# LDAP_CRYPT_LIB?=
# and comment this line out
LDAP_CRYPT_LIB=
# uncomment these lines to enable support fro tcp_wrappers in servers.
# Requires tcp_wrappers.
# LDAP_TCP_WRAPPERS=-DTCP_WRAPPERS -I/usr/local/include
# LDAP_TCP_WRAPPERS_LIB=-L/usr/local/lib -lwrap
# uncomment this line to use soundex for approximate matches in slapd.
# the default is to use the metaphone algorithm.
#PHONETIC=-DSOUNDEX
......@@ -22,13 +22,17 @@
DEFS = $(PLATFORMCFLAGS) $(LDAP_DEBUG) $(KERBEROS) $(AFSKERBEROS) \
$(UOFM) $(UOFA) $(NO_USERINTERFACE) $(CLDAP) $(NO_CACHE) \
$(LDAP_REFERRALS) $(LDAP_DNS) $(STR_TRANSLATION) \
$(LIBLDAP_CHARSETS) $(LIBLDAP_DEF_CHARSET) \
$(SLAPD_BACKENDS) $(LDBMBACKEND) $(LDBMINCLUDE) $(PHONETIC)
$(LIBLDAP_CHARSETS) $(LIBLDAP_DEF_CHARSET)
# LDBMDEFS are included by servers (though only slapd only cares)
# and libldbm
LDBMDEFS = $(SLAPD_BACKENDS) $(LDBMBACKEND) $(LDBMINCLUDE)
# SERVERDEFS are added to server builds CFLAGS (in addition to DEFS)
SERVERDEFS = $(ISODEPACKAGE) $(ICRELEASE) $(LDAP_USE_PP) \
$(NO_SETPROCTITLE) $(PEPSY_DUMP)
$(NO_SETPROCTITLE) $(PEPSY_DUMP) \
$(LDAP_REVERSE_LOOKUP) $(LDAP_CRYPT) $(LDAP_ACLGROUP) \
$(PHONETIC) $(LDBMDEFS)
#
# ISODELIBS are used in server/ldapd builds
#
......@@ -65,7 +69,7 @@ INSTALL = install
INSTALLFLAGS = -c
BASENAME= basename
DIRNAME = dirname
MKDEP = $(LDAPSRC)/build/mkdep -s -f Make-template
MKDEP = $(LDAPSRC)/build/mkdep -s -f Makefile
PWD = pwd
DATE = date
HOSTNAME= hostname
......
......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ OBJS = ldbm.o
HDIR = ../../include
INCLUDES= -I$(HDIR)
DEFINES = $(DEFS)
DEFINES = $(DEFS) $(LDBMDEFS)
CFLAGS = $(INCLUDES) $(DEFINES) $(ACFLAGS)
......@@ -63,9 +63,3 @@ depend: FORCE
links:
@$(LN) .src/*.[ch] .
# DO NOT DELETE THIS LINE -- mkdep uses it.
# DO NOT PUT ANYTHING AFTER THIS LINE, IT WILL GO AWAY.
ldbm.o: ldbm.c ../../include/ldbm.h
# IF YOU PUT ANYTHING HERE IT WILL GO AWAY
......@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ OBJS = main.o daemon.o connection.o search.o filter.o add.o charray.o \
schema.o schemaparse.o monitor.o configinfo.o
INCLUDES= -I. -I$(HDIR) $(KRBINCLUDEFLAG)
DEFINES = $(DEFS) $(LDAP_CRYPT) $(LDAP_TCP_WRAPPERS) $(SERVERDEFS)
DEFINES = $(DEFS) $(SERVERDEFS)
CFLAGS = $(INCLUDES) $(THREADSINCLUDE) $(DEFINES) $(ACFLAGS) $(THREADS)
LDFLAGS = -L$(LDIR) $(KRBLIBFLAG)
LIBS = $(KRBLIBS) -llber -lldbm -lavl -llthread -lldif \
......
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ OBJS = idl.o add.o search.o cache.o dbcache.o dn2id.o id2entry.o \
filterindex.o unbind.o kerberos.o close.o group.o
INCLUDES= -I. -I.. -I$(HDIR) $(KRBINCLUDEFLAG)
DEFINES = $(DEFS) $(LDAP_CRYPT) $(THREADS)
DEFINES = $(DEFS) $(SERVERDEFS) $(THREADS)
CFLAGS = $(INCLUDES) $(THREADSINCLUDE) $(DEFINES) $(ACFLAGS)
LDFLAGS = -L$(LDIR) $(KRBLIBFLAG) $(LDAP_CRYPT_LIB)
......
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