original development tree for Linux kernel GTP module; now long in mainline.
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linux-gtp/firmware/Makefile

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#
# kbuild file for firmware/
#
# Create $(fwabs) from $(CONFIG_EXTRA_FIRMWARE_DIR) -- if it doesn't have a
# leading /, it's relative to $(srctree).
fwdir := $(subst ",,$(CONFIG_EXTRA_FIRMWARE_DIR))
fwabs := $(addprefix $(srctree)/,$(filter-out /%,$(fwdir)))$(filter /%,$(fwdir))
fw-external-y := $(subst ",,$(CONFIG_EXTRA_FIRMWARE))
# There are three cases to care about:
# 1. Building kernel with CONFIG_FIRMWARE_IN_KERNEL=y -- $(fw-shipped-y) should
# include the firmware files to include, according to .config
# 2. 'make modules_install', which will install firmware for modules, and
# _also_ for the in-kernel drivers when CONFIG_FIRMWARE_IN_KERNEL=n
# 3. 'make firmware_install', which installs all firmware, unconditionally.
# For the former two cases we want $(fw-shipped-y) and $(fw-shipped-m) to be
# accurate. In the latter case it doesn't matter -- it'll use $(fw-shipped-all).
# But be aware that the config file might not be included at all.
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_DVB_TTUSB_BUDGET) += ttusb-budget/dspbootcode.bin
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_SMCTR) += tr_smctr.bin
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_SND_KORG1212) += korg/k1212.dsp
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_SND_MAESTRO3) += ess/maestro3_assp_kernel.fw \
ess/maestro3_assp_minisrc.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_SND_YMFPCI) += yamaha/ds1_ctrl.fw yamaha/ds1_dsp.fw \
yamaha/ds1e_ctrl.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_EMI26) += emi26/loader.fw emi26/firmware.fw \
emi26/bitstream.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_EMI62) += emi62/loader.fw emi62/bitstream.fw \
emi62/spdif.fw emi62/midi.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_KAWETH) += kaweth/new_code.bin kaweth/trigger_code.bin \
kaweth/new_code_fix.bin \
kaweth/trigger_code_fix.bin
ifdef CONFIG_FIRMWARE_IN_KERNEL
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_MPR) += keyspan/mpr.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA18X) += keyspan/usa18x.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA19) += keyspan/usa19.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA19QI) += keyspan/usa19qi.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA19QW) += keyspan/usa19qw.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA19W) += keyspan/usa19w.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA28) += keyspan/usa28.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA28XA) += keyspan/usa28xa.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA28XB) += keyspan/usa28xb.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA28X) += keyspan/usa28x.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA49W) += keyspan/usa49w.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_USA49WLC) += keyspan/usa49wlc.fw
else
fw-shipped- := keyspan/mpr.fw keyspan/usa18x.fw keyspan/usa19.fw \
keyspan/usa19qi.fw keyspan/usa19qw.fw keyspan/usa19w.fw \
keyspan/usa28.fw keyspan/usa28xa.fw keyspan/usa28xb.fw \
keyspan/usa28x.fw keyspan/usa49w.fw keyspan/usa49wlc.fw
endif
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_KEYSPAN_PDA) += keyspan_pda/keyspan_pda.fw
fw-shipped-$(CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_XIRCOM) += keyspan_pda/xircom_pgs.fw
fw-shipped-all := $(fw-shipped-y) $(fw-shipped-m) $(fw-shipped-)
# Directories which we _might_ need to create, so we have a rule for them.
firmware-dirs := $(sort $(patsubst %,$(objtree)/$(obj)/%/,$(dir $(fw-external-y) $(fw-shipped-all))))
quiet_cmd_mkdir = MKDIR $(patsubst $(objtree)/%,%,$@)
cmd_mkdir = mkdir -p $@
quiet_cmd_ihex = IHEX $@
cmd_ihex = $(OBJCOPY) -Iihex -Obinary $< $@
quiet_cmd_ihex2fw = IHEX2FW $@
cmd_ihex2fw = $(objtree)/$(obj)/ihex2fw $< $@
quiet_cmd_h16tofw = H16TOFW $@
cmd_h16tofw = $(objtree)/$(obj)/ihex2fw -w $< $@
quiet_cmd_fwbin = MK_FW $@
cmd_fwbin = FWNAME="$(patsubst firmware/%.gen.S,%,$@)"; \
FWSTR="$(subst /,_,$(subst .,_,$(subst -,_,$(patsubst \
firmware/%.gen.S,%,$@))))"; \
ASM_WORD=$(if $(CONFIG_64BIT),.quad,.long); \
ASM_ALIGN=$(if $(CONFIG_64BIT),3,2); \
PROGBITS=$(if $(CONFIG_ARM),%,@)progbits; \
echo "/* Generated by firmware/Makefile */" > $@;\
echo " .section .rodata" >>$@;\
echo " .p2align $${ASM_ALIGN}" >>$@;\
echo "_fw_$${FWSTR}_bin:" >>$@;\
echo " .incbin \"$(2)\"" >>$@;\
echo "_fw_end:" >>$@;\
echo " .section .rodata.str,\"aMS\",$${PROGBITS},1" >>$@;\
echo " .p2align $${ASM_ALIGN}" >>$@;\
echo "_fw_$${FWSTR}_name:" >>$@;\
echo " .string \"$$FWNAME\"" >>$@;\
echo " .section .builtin_fw,\"a\",$${PROGBITS}" >>$@;\
echo " .p2align $${ASM_ALIGN}" >>$@;\
echo " $${ASM_WORD} _fw_$${FWSTR}_name" >>$@;\
echo " $${ASM_WORD} _fw_$${FWSTR}_bin" >>$@;\
echo " $${ASM_WORD} _fw_end - _fw_$${FWSTR}_bin" >>$@;
# One of these files will change, or come into existence, whenever
# the configuration changes between 32-bit and 64-bit. The .S files
# need to change when that happens.
wordsize_deps := $(wildcard include/config/64bit.h include/config/32bit.h \
include/config/ppc32.h include/config/ppc64.h \
include/config/superh32.h include/config/superh64.h \
include/config/x86_32.h include/config/x86_64.h)
# Workaround for make < 3.81, where .SECONDEXPANSION doesn't work.
# It'll end up depending on these targets, so make them a PHONY rule which
# depends on _all_ the directories in $(firmware-dirs), and it'll work out OK.
PHONY += $(objtree)/$$(%) $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(%)
$(objtree)/$$(%) $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(%): $(firmware-dirs)
@true
# For the $$(dir %) trick, where we need % to be expanded first.
.SECONDEXPANSION:
$(patsubst %,$(obj)/%.gen.S, $(fw-shipped-y)): %: $(wordsize_deps) \
| $(objtree)/$$(dir %)
$(call cmd,fwbin,$(patsubst %.gen.S,%,$@))
$(patsubst %,$(obj)/%.gen.S, $(fw-external-y)): %: $(wordsize_deps) \
include/config/builtin/firmware/dir.h | $(objtree)/$$(dir %)
$(call cmd,fwbin,$(fwabs)/$(patsubst $(obj)/%.gen.S,%,$@))
# The .o files depend on the binaries directly; the .S files don't.
$(patsubst %,$(obj)/%.gen.o, $(fw-shipped-y)): %.gen.o: %
$(patsubst %,$(obj)/%.gen.o, $(fw-external-y)): $(obj)/%.gen.o: $(fwdir)/%
# .ihex is used just as a simple way to hold binary files in a source tree
# where binaries are frowned upon. They are directly converted with objcopy.
$(obj)/%: $(obj)/%.ihex | $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(dir %)
$(call cmd,ihex)
# .HEX is also Intel HEX, but where the offset and length in each record
# is actually meaningful, because the firmware has to be loaded in a certain
# order rather than as a single binary blob. Thus, we convert them into our
# more compact binary representation of ihex records (<linux/ihex.h>)
$(obj)/%.fw: $(obj)/%.HEX $(obj)/ihex2fw | $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(dir %)
$(call cmd,ihex2fw)
# .H16 is our own modified form of Intel HEX, with 16-bit length for records.
$(obj)/%.fw: $(obj)/%.H16 $(obj)/ihex2fw | $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(dir %)
$(call cmd,h16tofw)
$(firmware-dirs):
$(call cmd,mkdir)
obj-y += $(patsubst %,%.gen.o, $(fw-external-y))
obj-$(CONFIG_FIRMWARE_IN_KERNEL) += $(patsubst %,%.gen.o, $(fw-shipped-y))
# Remove .S files and binaries created from ihex
# (during 'make clean' .config isn't included so they're all in $(fw-shipped-))
targets := $(fw-shipped-) $(patsubst $(obj)/%,%, \
$(shell find $(obj) -name \*.gen.S 2>/dev/null))
# Without this, built-in.o won't be created when it's empty, and the
# final vmlinux link will fail.
obj-n := dummy
hostprogs-y := ihex2fw