# Makefile configuration for Hatari.
# This is a sample configuriation for MinGW.
# Rename this file to Makefile.cnf before you start compiling.
SYS_WINDOWS = 1
# Set the C compiler (e.g. gcc)
CC = gcc
# What warnings to use
WARNFLAGS = -Wmissing-prototypes -Wstrict-prototypes -Wsign-compare \
-Wbad-function-cast -Wcast-qual -Wpointer-arith \
-Wall -Wwrite-strings # -Wshadow -Wcast-align -Werror
# Set flags passed to the compiler (e.g. optimization flags)
CFLAGS := -g -O2 $(WARNFLAGS)
# Set flags passed to the preprocessor (e.g. -I<include dir>)
# Additional libraries and linker flags:
LIBS = -lz -lws2_32
LDFLAGS = -mwindows
# Ranlib - for generating an index of an archive
RANLIB = ranlib
# The native C compiler.
# This is normaly the same as $(CC) unless you are using a cross compiler.
HOSTCC = $(CC)
# Native C compiler flags:
HOSTCFLAGS = -g -O -Wall
# Native linker flags:
# SDL-Library configuration (compiler flags and linker options) - you normally
# don't have to change this if you have correctly installed the SDL library!
SDL_CFLAGS ?= -I/mingw/include/SDL
SDL_LIBS ?= -lmingw32 -lSDLmain -lSDL
# Here you can define the default data directory for Hatari.
# The emulator looks there for the default TOS image etc.
# For example you can use the local directory with "." or if you want
# a system-wide installation, use something like "/usr/share/hatari".
DATADIR = .
# In this folder, Hatari searches the global configuration file.
# /etc or /usr/local/etc is a good place for this.
CONFDIR = /windows
# The executable will be installed in BINDIR
BINDIR = .
# Program used for "make install"
INSTALL = install -c
INSTALL_PROGRAM = $(INSTALL) -s
INSTALL_DATA = $(INSTALL) -m 644