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# Auto detect text files and perform LF normalization
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Thanks for contributing to Chocolate Doom! Whatever your contribution,
whether it's code or just a bug report, it's greatly appreciated.
The project is governed by the
[Contributor Covenant](http://contributor-covenant.org/version/1/4/)
version 1.4. By contributing to the project you agree to abide by its
terms. To report violations, please send an email to fraggle@gmail.com.
### Reporting bugs
Before reporting a bug, it's worth checking if this really is a bug.
Chocolate Doom's mission is to reproduce the Vanilla (DOS) versions of
the Doom engine games, bugs and all. Check out the
[NOT-BUGS](../NOT-BUGS.md) file for a list of common issues which aren't
really bugs at all. You might also try searching [the GitHub issues
list](https://github.com/chocolate-doom/chocolate-doom/issues) to see
if your bug has already been reported.
If you're confident that you've found a real bug (or even if you're
not sure!) please go ahead and [file an issue on
GitHub](https://github.com/chocolate-doom/chocolate-doom/issues/new).
You'll need a GitHub account, but it's pretty easy to sign up.
Please try to give as much information as possible:
* What version of Chocolate Doom are you using? Check the title bar of
the window for the version number.
* Chocolate Doom runs on many different operating systems (not just
Windows!). Please say which operating system and what version of it
you're using.
* Please say which game you're playing (Doom 1, Doom 2, Heretic,
Hexen, Strife, etc.) and if you're using any fan-made WADs or mods,
please say which mods (and where they can be downloaded!). It helps
to give the full command line you're using to start the game.
* Please mention if you have any special configuration you think may be
relevant, too.
### Feature requests
Chocolate Doom is always open to new feature requests; however, please
be aware that the project is designed around a deliberately limited
[philosophy](../PHILOSOPHY.md), and many features common in other source
ports will not be accepted. Here are a few common requests which are
often rejected:
* "High resolution" rendering (greater than 320x200 display).
* An option to disable Vanilla limits, such as the visplane rendering
limit.
* Ability to play "No Rest For The Living", the expansion pack which
comes with the XBLA / BFG Edition of Doom.
If you're not sure whether your feature is in line with the project
philosophy, don't worry - just ask anyway!
To make a feature request, [file an issue on
GitHub](https://github.com/chocolate-doom/chocolate-doom/issues/new).
### Bug fixes / code submission
Thank you for contributing code to Chocolate Doom! Please check the
following guidelines before opening a pull request:
* All code must be licensed under [the GNU General Public License,
version 2](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.en.html).
Please don't reuse code that isn't GPL, or that is GPLv3 licensed.
Be aware that by submitting your code to the project, you're agreeing
to license it under the GPL.
* Please follow the coding style guidelines described in the
[HACKING](../HACKING.md) file.
* Please don't make unnecessary changes which just change formatting
without any actual change to program logic. While being consistent
is nice, such changes destroy the ability to use the `git blame`
command to see when code was last changed.
* The guidelines given above in the "feature requests" section also
apply here. New features which aren't in line with the project
philosophy are likely to be rejected. If you're not sure, open a
feature request first and ask before you start implementing your
feature.
* Follow the guidelines for [how to write a Git commit
message](http://chris.beams.io/posts/git-commit/). In short: the
first line should be a short summary; keep to an 80 column limit;
use the imperative mood ("fix bug X", rather than "fixed bug X" or
"fixing bug X"). If your change fixes a particular subsystem,
prefix the summary with that subsystem: eg. "doom: Fix bug X" or
"textscreen: Change size of X".
* If you're making a change related to a bug, reference the GitHub
issue number in the commit message, eg. "This is a partial fix
for #646". This will link your commit into the issue comments. If
your change is a fix for the bug, put the word "fixes" before the
issue number to automatically close the issue once your change
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<!--
Thank you for reporting a bug in Chocolate Doom. Please complete
the following template so that we can better diagnose the source
of your problem.
To save yourself some time, you may want to check the FAQ and the
NOT-BUGS list for solutions to some common problems:
https://www.chocolate-doom.org/wiki/index.php/FAQ
https://www.chocolate-doom.org/not-bugs
-->
### Background
Version of Chocolate Doom:
Operating System and version:
Game: (Doom/Heretic/Hexen/Strife/other)
Any loaded WADs and mods (please include full command line):
### Bug description
Observed behavior:
Expected behavior:

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CMDLINE
INSTALL
Makefile
Makefile.in
TAGS
aclocal.m4
autom4te.cache
autotools
bin
config.h
config.hin
config.log
config.status
configure
lib
obj
rpm.spec
stamp-h
stamp-h.in
stamp-h1
tags
\#*\#
DOOM*.png
HTIC*.png
HEXEN*.png
STRIFE*.png
DOOM*.pcx
HTIC*.pcx
HEXEN*.pcx
STRIFE*.pcx
/build*
# These are the default patterns globally ignored by Subversion:
*.o
*.lo
*.la
*.al
.libs
*.so
*.so.[0-9]*
*.a
*.pyc
*.pyo
*.rej
*~
.#*
.*.swp
.DS_store
# Ignore GNU Global tags and html files
GPATH
GRTAGS
GTAGS
/HTML/

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" Local vimrc configuration file. Install the localvimrc.vim vim script.
set expandtab
set tabstop=8
set softtabstop=4
set shiftwidth=4
" Add all tag files to tags path.
let topdir = findfile("configure.in", ".;")
let topdir = substitute(topdir, "configure.in", "", "")
" Check tags file in current dir:
set tags+=tags
" Add tag files in parent directories:
let tagfiles = findfile("tags", ".;", -1)
" Add tag files for libraries:
call add(tagfiles, topdir . "opl/tags")
call add(tagfiles, topdir . "pcsound/tags")
call add(tagfiles, topdir . "textscreen/tags")
for tagfile in tagfiles
" Don't go beyond the project top level when adding parent dirs:
if stridx(tagfile, topdir) >= 0
exec "set tags+=" . tagfile
endif
endfor
unlet topdir
unlet tagfiles

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#!/bin/sh
set -e
if [ "$ANALYZE" = "true" ] ; then
cppcheck --error-exitcode=1 -j2 -UTESTING -Iopl -Isrc -Isrc/setup opl pcsound src textscreen > /dev/null
else
./autogen.sh --enable-werror
make
make install DESTDIR=/tmp/whatever
make dist
fi

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language: c
compiler: gcc
# Travis uses Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise) for builds by default, which is too
# old and missing the SDL2 packages, so use Trusty instead.
sudo: required
dist: trusty
env:
- ANALYZE=false
- ANALYZE=true
addons:
apt:
packages:
- cppcheck
- libsdl2-dev
- libsdl2-mixer-dev
- libsdl2-net-dev
- libsdl2-image-dev
- libsamplerate0-dev
script: ./.travis.sh
branches:
only:
- master
- sdl2-branch

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Simon Howard <fraggle@gmail.com>
James Haley <haleyjd@hotmail.com>
Samuel Villarreal <svkaiser@gmail.com>
Fabian Greffrath <fabian@greffrath.com>
Jonathan Dowland <jon@dow.land>
Alexey Khokholov <alexeytf2@gmail.com>

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set(CMAKE_MODULE_PATH "${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake")
cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.7.2)
project("Chocolate Doom" VERSION 3.0.0 LANGUAGES C)
# Autotools variables
set(top_srcdir ${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR})
set(top_builddir ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR})
# AC_INIT variables
set(PACKAGE_NAME "${PROJECT_NAME}")
set(PACKAGE_TARNAME "chocolate-doom")
set(PACKAGE_VERSION "${PROJECT_VERSION}")
set(PACKAGE_STRING "${PROJECT_NAME} ${PROJECT_VERSION}")
set(PACKAGE_BUGREPORT "chocolate-doom-dev-list@chocolate-doom.org")
string(REGEX REPLACE " Doom$" "" PACKAGE_SHORTNAME "${PACKAGE_NAME}")
set(PACKAGE_COPYRIGHT "Copyright (C) 1993-2017")
set(PACKAGE_LICENSE "GNU General Public License, version 2")
# Any settings that should apply to all targets in this directory and all
# subdirectories should go here. Use judiciously.
if(MSVC)
add_definitions("/D_CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS" "/D_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE"
"/D_CRT_NONSTDC_NO_DEPRECATE")
else()
add_compile_options("-Wall" "-Wdeclaration-after-statement"
"-Wredundant-decls")
endif()
find_package(SDL2 2.0.1)
find_package(SDL2_mixer 2.0.0)
find_package(SDL2_net 2.0.0)
# Check for libsamplerate.
find_package(samplerate)
if(SAMPLERATE_FOUND)
set(HAVE_LIBSAMPLERATE TRUE)
endif()
# Check for libpng.
find_package(PNG)
if(PNG_FOUND)
set(HAVE_LIBPNG TRUE)
endif()
find_package(m)
include(CheckSymbolExists)
check_symbol_exists(strcasecmp "strings.h" HAVE_DECL_STRCASECMP)
check_symbol_exists(strncasecmp "strings.h" HAVE_DECL_STRNCASECMP)
string(CONCAT WINDOWS_RC_VERSION "${PROJECT_VERSION_MAJOR}, "
"${PROJECT_VERSION_MINOR}, ${PROJECT_VERSION_PATCH}, 0")
# Without a hyphen. This is used for the bash-completion scripts.
string(TOLOWER "${PACKAGE_SHORTNAME}" PROGRAM_SPREFIX)
# With a hyphen, used almost everywhere else.
set(PROGRAM_PREFIX "${PROGRAM_SPREFIX}-")
configure_file(cmake/config.h.cin config.h)
configure_file(src/resource.rc.in src/resource.rc)
configure_file(src/setup-res.rc.in src/setup-res.rc)
configure_file(src/setup/setup-manifest.xml.in src/setup/setup-manifest.xml)
foreach(SUBDIR textscreen midiproc opl pcsound src)
add_subdirectory("${SUBDIR}")
endforeach()

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# Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct
## Our Pledge
In the interest of fostering an open and welcoming environment, we as
contributors and maintainers pledge to making participation in our project and
our community a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of age, body
size, disability, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, level of experience,
nationality, personal appearance, race, religion, or sexual identity and
orientation.
## Our Standards
Examples of behavior that contributes to creating a positive environment
include:
* Using welcoming and inclusive language
* Being respectful of differing viewpoints and experiences
* Gracefully accepting constructive criticism
* Focusing on what is best for the community
* Showing empathy towards other community members
Examples of unacceptable behavior by participants include:
* The use of sexualized language or imagery and unwelcome sexual attention or
advances
* Trolling, insulting/derogatory comments, and personal or political attacks
* Public or private harassment
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## Our Responsibilities
Project maintainers are responsible for clarifying the standards of acceptable
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Project maintainers have the right and responsibility to remove, edit, or
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## Enforcement
Instances of abusive, harassing, or otherwise unacceptable behavior may be
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Further details of specific enforcement policies may be posted separately.
Project maintainers who do not follow or enforce the Code of Conduct in good
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## Attribution
This Code of Conduct is adapted from the [Contributor Covenant][homepage], version 1.4,
available at [http://contributor-covenant.org/version/1/4][version]
[homepage]: http://contributor-covenant.org
[version]: http://contributor-covenant.org/version/1/4/

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To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest to
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one line to give the program's name and an idea of what it does.
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Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper
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If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like this
when it starts in an interactive mode:
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Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details
type `show w'. This is free software, and you are welcome
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for details.
The hypothetical commands \`show w' and \`show c' should show the
appropriate parts of the General Public License. Of course, the
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\`show c'; they could even be mouse-clicks or menu items--whatever
suits your program.
You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or
your school, if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program,
if necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:
Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright
interest in the program `Gnomovision'
(which makes passes at compilers) written
by James Hacker.
signature of Ty Coon, 1 April 1989
Ty Coon, President of Vice
This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program
into proprietary programs. If your program is a subroutine library,
you may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary
applications with the library. If this is what you want to do, use the
[GNU Lesser General Public
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License.

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Chocolate Doom's version history is stored in Git. For a full
change log, clone the repository on Github:
https://github.com/chocolate-doom/chocolate-doom

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# Coding style guidelines
The coding style guidelines for Chocolate Doom are designed to keep the
style of the original source code. This maintains consistency throughout
the program, and does not require the original code to be changed. Some
of these guidelines are stricter than what was done in the original
source; follow these when writing new code only: there is no need to
change existing code to fit them.
You should set tabs to *display* as eight spaces, not four. However,
*indentation* should be four spaces. If possible, do not use tab
characters at all. There is a utility called “expand” which will remove
tab characters. For the reasoning behind this, see:
http://www.jwz.org/doc/tabs-vs-spaces.html
Please write code to an 80 column limit so that it fits within a standard
80 column terminal. Do not leave trailing whitespace at the end of lines.
Functions should be named like this: `AB_FunctionName`. The `AB` prefix
denotes the subsystem (`AM_` for automap, `G_` for game, etc). If a
function is static, you can omit the prefix and just name it like
`FunctionName`. Functions and global variables should always be made
static if possible.
Put `_t` on the end of types created with typedef. Type names like this
should be all lowercase and have the subsystem name at the start. An
example of this is `txt_window_t`. When creating structures, always
typedef them.
Do not use Hungarian notation.
Do not use the goto statement.
Use C++-style comments, ie. `//` comments, not `/* ... */` comments.
I don’t care that this isn’t standard ANSI C.
Variables should be named like this: `my_variable_name`, not like this:
`MyVariableName`. In pointer variable declarations, place the `*` next
to the variable name, not the type.
When casting variables from one type to another, put a space after the
last closing brace.
When using an if, do, while, or for statement, always use the { } braces
even when they are not necessary. For example, do this:
```c
if (condition)
{
body;
}
```
Not this:
```c
if (condition) // NO
body;
```
Write code like this:
```c
typedef struct
{
int member1;
char *member2;
} my_structure_t;
void FunctionName(int argument, int arg2, int arg3, int arg4, int arg5,
int arg6, int arg7)
{
int assign_var;
assign_var = arg2 + arg3 * arg4 * (arg5 + arg6);
if (foo && !bar || baz && qux || !(foo && bar && baz))
{
body;
}
else if (xyz + 4 < abc * 4 + 3)
{
body;
}
else
{
body;
}
if (very_long_condition_like_this_one_that_forces_a_line_break
&& other_condition)
{
body;
}
switch (argument)
{
case FIRST:
code;
break;
case SECOND:
code;
break;
default:
break;
}
for (a = 0; a < 10; ++a)
{
FunctionCall(arg1, arg2, arg3, arg4,
arg_split_onto_second_line);
}
while (a < 10)
{
loop_body;
}
do
{
} while (condition);
}
```
## Security
The C standard library has a number of unsafe functions that should be
avoided when writing code for Chocolate Doom. These are:
Unsafe function | Safer alternative
------------------|------------------------
`gets()` | `fgets(.., stdin)`
`sprintf` | `M_snprintf()`
`snprintf` | `M_snprintf()`
`vsprintf` | `M_vsnprintf()`
`vsnprintf` | `M_vsnprintf()`
`strcpy()` | `M_StringCopy()`
`strncpy()` | `M_StringCopy()`
`strcat()` | `M_StringConcat()`
`strncat()` | `M_StringConcat()`
`strdup()` | `M_StringDuplicate()`
`realloc()` | `I_Realloc()`
Lots of the code includes calls to DEH_String() to simulate string
replacement by the Dehacked tool. Be careful when using Dehacked
replacements of printf format strings. For example, do not do this:
```c
printf(DEH_String("foo %s"), s);
sprintf(mybuf, DEH_String("bar %s"), t);
```
Instead do this:
```c
DEH_printf("foo %s", s);
DEH_snprintf(mybuf, sizeof(mybuf), "bar %s", t);
```
This does the format string replacement safely in a way that checks
the arguments securely.
## Portability
Chocolate Doom is designed to be cross-platform and work on different
Operating Systems and processors. Bear this in mind when writing code.
Do not use the `long` type (its size differs across platforms; use
`int` or `int64_t` depending on which you want).
Use Doom’s byte data type for byte data. `int` is assumed to be a
32-bit integer, and `short` is a 16-bit integer. You can also use the
ISO C99 data types: `intN_t` and `uintN_t` where N is 8, 16, 32, 64.
Be careful with platform dependencies: do not use Windows API
functions, for example. Use SDL where possible.
Preprocessor `#defines` are set that can be used to identify the OS
if necessary: `_WIN32` for Windows and `__MACOSX__` for Mac OS X. Others
are set through SDL. Try to avoid this if possible.
Be careful of endianness! Doom has `SHORT()` and `LONG()` macros that
do endianness conversion. Never assume that integer types have a
particular byte ordering. Similarly, never assume that fields
inside a structure are aligned in a particular way. This is most
relevant when reading or writing data to a file or a network pipe.
For signed integers, you shouldn’t assume that `(i >> n)` is the same as
`(i / (1 << n))`. However, most processors handle bitshifts of signed
integers properly, so it’s not a huge problem.
## GNU GPL and licensing
All code submitted to the project must be licensed under the GNU GPLv2 or a
compatible license. If you use code that you haven’t 100% written
yourself, say so. Add a copyright header to the start of every file. Use
this template:
```
//
// Copyright(C) YEAR Author's name
//
// This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
// modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
// as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
// of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
//
// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
// GNU General Public License for more details.
//
//
// *File description goes here*
//
```

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AUX_DIST_GEN = \
$(ac_aux_dir)/install-sh \
$(ac_aux_dir)/missing
CMAKE_FILES= \
CMakeLists.txt \
cmake/FindSDL2.cmake \
cmake/FindSDL2_mixer.cmake \
cmake/FindSDL2_net.cmake \
cmake/Findm.cmake \
cmake/Findsamplerate.cmake \
cmake/config.h.cin
CODEBLOCKS_FILES= \
codeblocks/chocolate.workspace \
codeblocks/config.h \
codeblocks/doom.cbp \
codeblocks/game-res.rc \
codeblocks/heretic.cbp \
codeblocks/hexen.cbp \
codeblocks/strife.cbp \
codeblocks/libopl.cbp \
codeblocks/libpcsound.cbp \
codeblocks/libtextscreen.cbp \
codeblocks/README \
codeblocks/server.cbp \
codeblocks/setup.cbp \
codeblocks/setup-res.rc
DOC_FILES= \
COPYING.md \
README.md \
README.Music.md \
NEWS.md \
PHILOSOPHY.md \
ChangeLog
EXTRA_DIST= \
$(AUX_DIST_GEN) \
$(CMAKE_FILES) \
$(CODEBLOCKS_FILES) \
$(DOC_FILES) \
NOT-BUGS.md \
README.Strife.md \
.lvimrc \
HACKING.md \
TODO.md \
rpm.spec \
win32/win_opendir.c \
win32/win_opendir.h
doomdocsdir = ${docdir}/../${PROGRAM_PREFIX}doom
doomdocs_DATA = $(DOC_FILES) NOT-BUGS.md
hereticdocsdir = ${docdir}/../${PROGRAM_PREFIX}heretic
hereticdocs_DATA = $(DOC_FILES)
hexendocsdir = ${docdir}/../${PROGRAM_PREFIX}hexen
hexendocs_DATA = $(DOC_FILES)
strifedocsdir = ${docdir}/../${PROGRAM_PREFIX}strife
strifedocs_DATA = $(DOC_FILES) README.Strife.md
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = $(AUX_DIST_GEN)
SUBDIRS=textscreen midiproc opl pcsound data src man
DIST_SUBDIRS=pkg $(SUBDIRS)
if HAVE_PYTHON
INSTALL : man/INSTALL.template man/simplecpp
./man/simplecpp -DDOOM -DHERETIC -DHEXEN -DSTRIFE \
-DLONG_GAME_NAME="@PACKAGE_SHORTNAME@ Doom" \
-DLONG_EXE_NAME="@PROGRAM_PREFIX@doom" \
< man/INSTALL.template > $@
endif

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# Project: Doom
ifeq ($(strip $(DEVKITPRO)),)
$(error "Please set DEVKITPRO in your environment. export DEVKITPRO=<path to>/devkitpro")
endif
TOPDIR ?= $(CURDIR)
include $(DEVKITPRO)/libnx/switch_rules
export BUILD_EXEFS_SRC := build/exefs
APP_TITLE := Chocolate-Doom
APP_DESCRIPTION := Chocolate-Doom
APP_AUTHOR := MVG
APP_VERSION := 1.0.0
ICON := Doom.jpg
CC = aarch64-none-elf-gcc
LINKOBJ = obj/deh_str.o obj/d_event.o obj/d_iwad.o obj/i_endoom.o obj/i_joystick.o obj/i_main.o obj/i_system.o obj/i_timer.o obj/i_video.o obj/icon.o obj/m_argv.o obj/m_bbox.o obj/m_cheat.o obj/m_config.o obj/m_controls.o obj/m_fixed.o obj/m_misc.o obj/memio.o obj/mus2mid.o obj/net_common.o obj/net_io.o obj/net_loop.o obj/net_packet.o obj/net_query.o obj/net_structrw.o obj/tables.o obj/v_video.o obj/w_checksum.o obj/w_file.o obj/w_file_stdc.o obj/w_main.o obj/w_merge.o obj/w_wad.o obj/z_zone.o obj/d_mode.o obj/am_map.o obj/d_main.o obj/d_net.o obj/f_finale.o obj/g_game.o obj/info.o obj/m_random.o obj/m_menu.o obj/p_ceilng.o obj/p_doors.o obj/p_enemy.o obj/p_floor.o obj/p_inter.o obj/p_lights.o obj/p_map.o obj/p_maputl.o obj/p_mobj.o obj/p_plats.o obj/p_pspr.o obj/p_setup.o obj/p_sight.o obj/p_spec.o obj/p_switch.o obj/p_telept.o obj/p_tick.o obj/p_user.o obj/r_data.o obj/r_draw.o obj/r_main.o obj/r_plane.o obj/r_things.o obj/s_sound.o obj/sounds.o obj/i_sound.o obj/p_saveg.o obj/r_bsp.o obj/r_segs.o obj/d_loop.o obj/net_client.o obj/net_server.o obj/net_sdl.o obj/deh_main.o obj/deh_io.o obj/deh_ammo.o obj/deh_frame.o obj/deh_sound.o obj/deh_thing.o obj/deh_weapon.o obj/deh_mapping.o obj/sha1.o obj/i_sdlsound.o obj/i_input.o obj/i_sdlmusic.o obj/v_diskicon.o obj/doomstat.o obj/d_items.o obj/hu_stuff.o obj/hu_lib.o obj/r_sky.o obj/deh_doom.o obj/deh_misc.o obj/st_stuff.o obj/st_lib.o obj/f_wipe.o obj/deh_cheat.o obj/deh_ptr.o obj/deh_text.o obj/dstrings.o obj/wi_stuff.o obj/statdump.o obj/deh_bexstr.o
LIBS = -specs=$(DEVKITPRO)/libnx/switch.specs -g -march=armv8-a -mtune=cortex-a57 -mtp=soft -fPIE -L$(DEVKITPRO)/libnx/lib -L$(DEVKITPRO)/portlibs/switch/lib -lSDL2_mixer -lvorbisfile -lvorbis -logg -lmodplug -lmpg123 -lSDL2 -lm -lstdc++ -lnx
INCS = -Isrc -Icodeblocks -Itextscreen -I$(DEVKITPRO)/portlibs/switch/include/SDL2 -I"src/main" -I$(DEVKITPRO)/libnx/include -I$(DEVKITPRO)/portlibs/switch/include
CXXINCS = -I$(DEVKITPRO)/portlibs/switch/include/SDL2 -I"src/main" -I$(DEVKITPRO)/libnx/include -I$(DEVKITPRO)/portlibs/switch/include
BUILD = build
BIN = release/doom.elf
BINDIR = release
CXXFLAGS = $(CXXINCS) $(DEFINES) -fsigned-char -march=armv8-a -mtune=cortex-a57 -mtp=soft -fPIE -fomit-frame-pointer -O2 -DSWITCH
CFLAGS = $(INCS) $(DEFINES) -fsigned-char -march=armv8-a -mtune=cortex-a57 -mtp=soft -fPIE -fomit-frame-pointer -O2 -DSWITCH
GPROF = gprof.exe
RM = rm -f
LINK = aarch64-none-elf-gcc
CPP = aarch64-none-elf-g++
OUTPUT = doom
ifeq ($(strip $(ICON)),)
icons := $(wildcard *.jpg)
ifneq (,$(findstring $(TARGET).jpg,$(icons)))
export APP_ICON := $(TOPDIR)/$(TARGET).jpg
else
ifneq (,$(findstring icon.jpg,$(icons)))
export APP_ICON := $(TOPDIR)/icon.jpg
endif
endif
else
export APP_ICON := $(TOPDIR)/$(ICON)
endif
ifeq ($(strip $(NO_ICON)),)
export NROFLAGS += --icon=$(APP_ICON)
endif
ifeq ($(strip $(NO_NACP)),)
export NROFLAGS += --nacp=$(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).nacp
endif
ifneq ($(APP_TITLEID),)
export NACPFLAGS += --titleid=$(APP_TITLEID)
endif
ifneq ($(ROMFS),)
export NROFLAGS += --romfsdir=$(CURDIR)/$(ROMFS)
endif
.PHONY: all all-before all-after clean clean-custom
all: all-before $(BIN) all-after
clean: clean-custom
$(RM) $(LINKOBJ) $(BIN)
$(BIN): $(LINKOBJ)
$(LINK) $(LINKOBJ) -o "release/doom.elf" $(LIBS)
obj/deh_str.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/deh_str.c
$(CC) -c src/deh_str.c -o obj/deh_str.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/d_event.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/d_event.c
$(CC) -c src/d_event.c -o obj/d_event.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/d_iwad.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/d_iwad.c
$(CC) -c src/d_iwad.c -o obj/d_iwad.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_endoom.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_endoom.c
$(CC) -c src/i_endoom.c -o obj/i_endoom.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_joystick.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_joystick.c
$(CC) -c src/i_joystick.c -o obj/i_joystick.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_main.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_main.c
$(CC) -c src/i_main.c -o obj/i_main.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_system.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_system.c
$(CC) -c src/i_system.c -o obj/i_system.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_timer.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_timer.c
$(CC) -c src/i_timer.c -o obj/i_timer.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_video.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_video.c
$(CC) -c src/i_video.c -o obj/i_video.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/icon.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/icon.c
$(CC) -c src/icon.c -o obj/icon.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_argv.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/m_argv.c
$(CC) -c src/m_argv.c -o obj/m_argv.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_bbox.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/m_bbox.c
$(CC) -c src/m_bbox.c -o obj/m_bbox.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_cheat.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/m_cheat.c
$(CC) -c src/m_cheat.c -o obj/m_cheat.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_config.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/m_config.c
$(CC) -c src/m_config.c -o obj/m_config.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_controls.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/m_controls.c
$(CC) -c src/m_controls.c -o obj/m_controls.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_fixed.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/m_fixed.c
$(CC) -c src/m_fixed.c -o obj/m_fixed.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_misc.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/m_misc.c
$(CC) -c src/m_misc.c -o obj/m_misc.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/memio.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/memio.c
$(CC) -c src/memio.c -o obj/memio.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/mus2mid.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/mus2mid.c
$(CC) -c src/mus2mid.c -o obj/mus2mid.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_common.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_common.c
$(CC) -c src/net_common.c -o obj/net_common.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_io.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_io.c
$(CC) -c src/net_io.c -o obj/net_io.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_loop.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_loop.c
$(CC) -c src/net_loop.c -o obj/net_loop.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_packet.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_packet.c
$(CC) -c src/net_packet.c -o obj/net_packet.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_query.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_query.c
$(CC) -c src/net_query.c -o obj/net_query.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_structrw.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_structrw.c
$(CC) -c src/net_structrw.c -o obj/net_structrw.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/tables.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/tables.c
$(CC) -c src/tables.c -o obj/tables.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/v_video.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/v_video.c
$(CC) -c src/v_video.c -o obj/v_video.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/w_checksum.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/w_checksum.c
$(CC) -c src/w_checksum.c -o obj/w_checksum.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/w_file.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/w_file.c
$(CC) -c src/w_file.c -o obj/w_file.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/w_file_stdc.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/w_file_stdc.c
$(CC) -c src/w_file_stdc.c -o obj/w_file_stdc.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/w_main.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/w_main.c
$(CC) -c src/w_main.c -o obj/w_main.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/w_merge.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/w_merge.c
$(CC) -c src/w_merge.c -o obj/w_merge.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/w_wad.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/w_wad.c
$(CC) -c src/w_wad.c -o obj/w_wad.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/z_zone.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/z_zone.c
$(CC) -c src/z_zone.c -o obj/z_zone.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/d_mode.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/d_mode.c
$(CC) -c src/d_mode.c -o obj/d_mode.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/am_map.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/am_map.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/am_map.c -o obj/am_map.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/d_main.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/d_main.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/d_main.c -o obj/d_main.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/d_net.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/d_net.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/d_net.c -o obj/d_net.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/f_finale.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/f_finale.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/f_finale.c -o obj/f_finale.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/g_game.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/g_game.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/g_game.c -o obj/g_game.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/info.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/info.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/info.c -o obj/info.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_random.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/m_random.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/m_random.c -o obj/m_random.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/m_menu.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/m_menu.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/m_menu.c -o obj/m_menu.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_ceilng.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_ceilng.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_ceilng.c -o obj/p_ceilng.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_doors.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_doors.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_doors.c -o obj/p_doors.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_enemy.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_enemy.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_enemy.c -o obj/p_enemy.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_floor.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_floor.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_floor.c -o obj/p_floor.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_inter.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_inter.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_inter.c -o obj/p_inter.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_lights.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_lights.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_lights.c -o obj/p_lights.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_map.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_map.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_map.c -o obj/p_map.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_maputl.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_maputl.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_maputl.c -o obj/p_maputl.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_mobj.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_mobj.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_mobj.c -o obj/p_mobj.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_plats.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_plats.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_plats.c -o obj/p_plats.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_pspr.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_pspr.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_pspr.c -o obj/p_pspr.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_setup.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_setup.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_setup.c -o obj/p_setup.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_sight.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_sight.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_sight.c -o obj/p_sight.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_spec.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_spec.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_spec.c -o obj/p_spec.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_switch.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_switch.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_switch.c -o obj/p_switch.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_telept.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_telept.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_telept.c -o obj/p_telept.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_tick.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_tick.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_tick.c -o obj/p_tick.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_user.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_user.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_user.c -o obj/p_user.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/r_data.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/r_data.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/r_data.c -o obj/r_data.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/r_draw.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/r_draw.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/r_draw.c -o obj/r_draw.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/r_bsp.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/r_bsp.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/r_bsp.c -o obj/r_bsp.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/r_segs.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/r_segs.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/r_segs.c -o obj/r_segs.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/r_main.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/r_main.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/r_main.c -o obj/r_main.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/r_plane.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/r_plane.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/r_plane.c -o obj/r_plane.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/r_things.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/r_things.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/r_things.c -o obj/r_things.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/s_sound.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/s_sound.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/s_sound.c -o obj/s_sound.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/sounds.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/sounds.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/sounds.c -o obj/sounds.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_sound.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_sound.c
$(CC) -c src/i_sound.c -o obj/i_sound.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/p_saveg.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/p_saveg.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/p_saveg.c -o obj/p_saveg.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/d_loop.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/d_loop.c
$(CC) -c src/d_loop.c -o obj/d_loop.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_client.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_client.c
$(CC) -c src/net_client.c -o obj/net_client.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_server.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_server.c
$(CC) -c src/net_server.c -o obj/net_server.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/net_sdl.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/net_sdl.c
$(CC) -c src/net_sdl.c -o obj/net_sdl.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_main.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/deh_main.c
$(CC) -c src/deh_main.c -o obj/deh_main.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_io.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/deh_io.c
$(CC) -c src/deh_io.c -o obj/deh_io.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_ammo.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_ammo.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_ammo.c -o obj/deh_ammo.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_frame.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_frame.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_frame.c -o obj/deh_frame.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_sound.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_sound.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_sound.c -o obj/deh_sound.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_thing.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_thing.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_thing.c -o obj/deh_thing.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_weapon.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_weapon.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_weapon.c -o obj/deh_weapon.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_mapping.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/deh_mapping.c
$(CC) -c src/deh_mapping.c -o obj/deh_mapping.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/sha1.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/sha1.c
$(CC) -c src/sha1.c -o obj/sha1.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_sdlsound.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_sdlsound.c
$(CC) -c src/i_sdlsound.c -o obj/i_sdlsound.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_sdlmusic.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_sdlmusic.c
$(CC) -c src/i_sdlmusic.c -o obj/i_sdlmusic.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/i_input.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/i_input.c
$(CC) -c src/i_input.c -o obj/i_input.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/v_diskicon.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/v_diskicon.c
$(CC) -c src/v_diskicon.c -o obj/v_diskicon.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/doomstat.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/doomstat.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/doomstat.c -o obj/doomstat.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/d_items.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/d_items.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/d_items.c -o obj/d_items.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/hu_stuff.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/hu_stuff.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/hu_stuff.c -o obj/hu_stuff.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/hu_lib.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/hu_lib.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/hu_lib.c -o obj/hu_lib.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/r_sky.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/r_sky.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/r_sky.c -o obj/r_sky.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_doom.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_doom.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_doom.c -o obj/deh_doom.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_misc.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_misc.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_misc.c -o obj/deh_misc.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/st_stuff.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/st_stuff.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/st_stuff.c -o obj/st_stuff.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/st_lib.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/st_lib.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/st_lib.c -o obj/st_lib.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/f_wipe.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/f_wipe.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/f_wipe.c -o obj/f_wipe.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_cheat.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_cheat.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_cheat.c -o obj/deh_cheat.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_ptr.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_ptr.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_ptr.c -o obj/deh_ptr.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_text.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/deh_text.c
$(CC) -c src/deh_text.c -o obj/deh_text.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/dstrings.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/dstrings.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/dstrings.c -o obj/dstrings.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/wi_stuff.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/wi_stuff.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/wi_stuff.c -o obj/wi_stuff.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/statdump.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/statdump.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/statdump.c -o obj/statdump.o $(CFLAGS)
obj/deh_bexstr.o: $(GLOBALDEPS) src/doom/deh_bexstr.c
$(CC) -c src/doom/deh_bexstr.c -o obj/deh_bexstr.o $(CFLAGS)
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# main targets
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
all : $(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).pfs0 $(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).nro
$(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).pfs0 : $(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).nso
$(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).nso : $(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).elf
ifeq ($(strip $(NO_NACP)),)
$(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).nro : $(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).elf $(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).nacp
else
$(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).nro : $(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).elf
endif
$(BINDIR)/$(OUTPUT).elf : $(OFILES)
$(OFILES_SRC) : $(HFILES_BIN)
# end of Makefile ...