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User & Date: andygoth 2016-11-06 03:01:36
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2016-11-06
03:02
Fix wiki syntax error check-in: 000f2193 user: andygoth tags: trunk
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Clarify linenoise check-in: 8a310633 user: andygoth tags: trunk
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Mention linenoise and miniz in makefile.wiki check-in: f6ab9e28 user: andygoth tags: trunk
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Fossil makes use of [http://www.sqlite.org/ | SQLite] for on-disk
storage.  The SQLite implementation is contained in three source
code files that do not participate in the preprocessing steps.
These three files that implement SQLite are:

  4.  sqlite3.c
  5.  sqlite3.h
  6.  shell.c (which optionally uses linenoise.c and linenoise.h)

The sqlite3.c and sqlite3.h source files are byte-for-byte copies of a
standard [http://www.sqlite.org/amalgamation.html | amalgamation].
The shell.c source file is code for the SQLite
[http://www.sqlite.org/sqlite.html | command-line shell] that is used
to help implement the [/help/sqlite3 | fossil sql] command.  The
shell.c source file is also a byte-for-byte copy of the
shell.c file from the SQLite release.









The TH1 script engine is implemented using files:

  7.  th.c
  8.  th.h

These two files are imports like the SQLite source files,
and so are not preprocessed.

The VERSION.h header file is generated from other information sources
using a small program called:

  9.  mkversion.c

The builtin_data.h header file contains the definitions of C-language
byte-array constants that contain various resources such as scripts and
images.  The builtin_data.h header file is generate from the original
resource files using a small program called:

  10   mkbuiltin.c

The src/ subdirectory also contains documentation about the
makeheaders preprocessor program:

  11.  [../src/makeheaders.html | makeheaders.html]

Click on the link to read this documentation.  In addition there is
a [http://www.tcl-lang.org/ | Tcl] script used to build the various makefiles:

  12.  makemake.tcl

Running this Tcl script will automatically regenerate all makefiles.
In order to add a new source file to the Fossil implementation, simply
edit makemake.tcl to add the new filename, then rerun the script, and
all of the makefiles for all targets will be rebuild.

Finally, there is one of the makefiles generated by makemake.tcl:

  13.  main.mk

The main.mk makefile is invoked from the Makefile in the top-level
directory.  The main.mk is generated by makemake.tcl and should not
be hand edited.  Other makefiles generated by makemake.tcl are in
other subdirectories (currently all in the win/ subdirectory).

All the other files in the src/ subdirectory (79 files at the time of







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Fossil makes use of [http://www.sqlite.org/ | SQLite] for on-disk
storage.  The SQLite implementation is contained in three source
code files that do not participate in the preprocessing steps.
These three files that implement SQLite are:

  4.  sqlite3.c
  5.  sqlite3.h
  6.  shell.c

The sqlite3.c and sqlite3.h source files are byte-for-byte copies of a
standard [http://www.sqlite.org/amalgamation.html | amalgamation].
The shell.c source file is code for the SQLite
[http://www.sqlite.org/sqlite.html | command-line shell] that is used
to help implement the [/help/sqlite3 | fossil sql] command.  The
shell.c source file is also a byte-for-byte copy of the
shell.c file from the SQLite release.

The SQLite shell.c file uses the [https://github.com/antirez/linenoise |
linenoise] library to implement line editing.  linenoise comprises two
source files which were copied from the upstream repository with only
very minor portability edits:

  7. linenoise.c
  8. linenoise.h

The TH1 script engine is implemented using files:

  9.  th.c
  10.  th.h

These two files are imports like the SQLite source files,
and so are not preprocessed.

The VERSION.h header file is generated from other information sources
using a small program called:

  11.  mkversion.c

The builtin_data.h header file contains the definitions of C-language
byte-array constants that contain various resources such as scripts and
images.  The builtin_data.h header file is generate from the original
resource files using a small program called:

  12   mkbuiltin.c

The src/ subdirectory also contains documentation about the
makeheaders preprocessor program:

  13.  [../src/makeheaders.html | makeheaders.html]

Click on the link to read this documentation.  In addition there is
a [http://www.tcl-lang.org/ | Tcl] script used to build the various makefiles:

  14.  makemake.tcl

Running this Tcl script will automatically regenerate all makefiles.
In order to add a new source file to the Fossil implementation, simply
edit makemake.tcl to add the new filename, then rerun the script, and
all of the makefiles for all targets will be rebuild.

Finally, there is one of the makefiles generated by makemake.tcl:

  15.  main.mk

The main.mk makefile is invoked from the Makefile in the top-level
directory.  The main.mk is generated by makemake.tcl and should not
be hand edited.  Other makefiles generated by makemake.tcl are in
other subdirectories (currently all in the win/ subdirectory).

All the other files in the src/ subdirectory (79 files at the time of