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User & Date: mistachkin 2016-02-19 05:07:56
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2016-02-19
19:03
Enhance clean target in the MSVC makefiles. check-in: 66a9ad4a user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.11
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Modify the MSVC batch build tool to support the MSVC autoconf Makefile. check-in: 72b10e5e user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.11
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!IFNDEF SQLITE3H
SQLITE3H = sqlite3.h
!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite dynamic link library (DLL).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3DLL



SQLITE3DLL = sqlite3.dll

!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite import library (LIB).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3LIB



SQLITE3LIB = sqlite3.lib

!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite shell executable (EXE).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3EXE



SQLITE3EXE = sqlite3.exe

!ENDIF

# This is the argument used to set the program database (PDB) file for the
# SQLite shell executable (EXE).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3EXEPDB



SQLITE3EXEPDB = /pdb:sqlite3sh.pdb

!ENDIF

# These are the "standard" SQLite compilation options used when compiling for
# the Windows platform.
#
!IFNDEF OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS
OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS = $(OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS) -DSQLITE_ENABLE_FTS3=1
................................................................................
!ELSE
TCC = $(CC) -nologo -W3 $(CCOPTS) $(TCCOPTS)
!ENDIF

TCC = $(TCC) -DSQLITE_OS_WIN=1 -I. -I$(TOP) -I$(TOP)\src -fp:precise
RCC = $(RC) -DSQLITE_OS_WIN=1 -I. -I$(TOP) -I$(TOP)\src $(RCOPTS) $(RCCOPTS)

# Adjust the names of the primary targets for use with Windows 10.
#
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3DLL = winsqlite3.dll
SQLITE3LIB = winsqlite3.lib
SQLITE3EXE = winsqlite3shell.exe
SQLITE3EXEPDB =
!ENDIF

# Check if we want to use the "stdcall" calling convention when compiling.
# This is not supported by the compilers for non-x86 platforms.  It should
# also be noted here that building any target with these "stdcall" options
# will most likely fail if the Tcl library is also required.  This is due
# to how the Tcl library functions are declared and exported (i.e. without
# an explicit calling convention, which results in "cdecl").
#
................................................................................
#
dll: $(SQLITE3DLL)

# Shell executable.
#
shell: $(SQLITE3EXE)


libsqlite3.lib:	$(LIBOBJ)
	$(LTLIB) $(LTLIBOPTS) /OUT:$@ $(LIBOBJ) $(TLIBS)

# <<mark>>
libtclsqlite3.lib:	tclsqlite.lo libsqlite3.lib
	$(LTLIB) $(LTLIBOPTS) $(LTLIBPATHS) /OUT:$@ tclsqlite.lo libsqlite3.lib $(LIBTCLSTUB) $(TLIBS)
# <</mark>>

$(SQLITE3DLL): $(LIBOBJ) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(CORE_LINK_DEP)
	$(LD) $(LDFLAGS) $(LTLINKOPTS) $(LTLIBPATHS) /DLL $(CORE_LINK_OPTS) /OUT:$@ $(LIBOBJ) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(LTLIBS) $(TLIBS)








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!IFNDEF SQLITE3H
SQLITE3H = sqlite3.h
!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite dynamic link library (DLL).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3DLL
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3DLL = winsqlite3.dll
!ELSE
SQLITE3DLL = sqlite3.dll
!ENDIF
!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite import library (LIB).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3LIB
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3LIB = winsqlite3.lib
!ELSE
SQLITE3LIB = sqlite3.lib
!ENDIF
!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite shell executable (EXE).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3EXE
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3EXE = winsqlite3shell.exe
!ELSE
SQLITE3EXE = sqlite3.exe
!ENDIF
!ENDIF

# This is the argument used to set the program database (PDB) file for the
# SQLite shell executable (EXE).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3EXEPDB
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3EXEPDB =
!ELSE
SQLITE3EXEPDB = /pdb:sqlite3sh.pdb
!ENDIF
!ENDIF

# These are the "standard" SQLite compilation options used when compiling for
# the Windows platform.
#
!IFNDEF OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS
OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS = $(OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS) -DSQLITE_ENABLE_FTS3=1
................................................................................
!ELSE
TCC = $(CC) -nologo -W3 $(CCOPTS) $(TCCOPTS)
!ENDIF

TCC = $(TCC) -DSQLITE_OS_WIN=1 -I. -I$(TOP) -I$(TOP)\src -fp:precise
RCC = $(RC) -DSQLITE_OS_WIN=1 -I. -I$(TOP) -I$(TOP)\src $(RCOPTS) $(RCCOPTS)










# Check if we want to use the "stdcall" calling convention when compiling.
# This is not supported by the compilers for non-x86 platforms.  It should
# also be noted here that building any target with these "stdcall" options
# will most likely fail if the Tcl library is also required.  This is due
# to how the Tcl library functions are declared and exported (i.e. without
# an explicit calling convention, which results in "cdecl").
#
................................................................................
#
dll: $(SQLITE3DLL)

# Shell executable.
#
shell: $(SQLITE3EXE)

# <<mark>>
libsqlite3.lib:	$(LIBOBJ)
	$(LTLIB) $(LTLIBOPTS) /OUT:$@ $(LIBOBJ) $(TLIBS)


libtclsqlite3.lib:	tclsqlite.lo libsqlite3.lib
	$(LTLIB) $(LTLIBOPTS) $(LTLIBPATHS) /OUT:$@ tclsqlite.lo libsqlite3.lib $(LIBTCLSTUB) $(TLIBS)
# <</mark>>

$(SQLITE3DLL): $(LIBOBJ) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(CORE_LINK_DEP)
	$(LD) $(LDFLAGS) $(LTLINKOPTS) $(LTLIBPATHS) /DLL $(CORE_LINK_OPTS) /OUT:$@ $(LIBOBJ) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(LTLIBS) $(TLIBS)

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!IFNDEF SQLITE3H
SQLITE3H = sqlite3.h
!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite dynamic link library (DLL).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3DLL



SQLITE3DLL = sqlite3.dll

!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite import library (LIB).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3LIB



SQLITE3LIB = sqlite3.lib

!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite shell executable (EXE).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3EXE



SQLITE3EXE = sqlite3.exe

!ENDIF

# This is the argument used to set the program database (PDB) file for the
# SQLite shell executable (EXE).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3EXEPDB



SQLITE3EXEPDB = /pdb:sqlite3sh.pdb

!ENDIF

# These are the "standard" SQLite compilation options used when compiling for
# the Windows platform.
#
!IFNDEF OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS
OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS = $(OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS) -DSQLITE_ENABLE_FTS3=1
................................................................................
!ELSE
TCC = $(CC) -nologo -W3 $(CCOPTS) $(TCCOPTS)
!ENDIF

TCC = $(TCC) -DSQLITE_OS_WIN=1 -I. -I$(TOP) -fp:precise
RCC = $(RC) -DSQLITE_OS_WIN=1 -I. -I$(TOP) $(RCOPTS) $(RCCOPTS)

# Adjust the names of the primary targets for use with Windows 10.
#
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3DLL = winsqlite3.dll
SQLITE3LIB = winsqlite3.lib
SQLITE3EXE = winsqlite3shell.exe
SQLITE3EXEPDB =
!ENDIF

# Check if we want to use the "stdcall" calling convention when compiling.
# This is not supported by the compilers for non-x86 platforms.  It should
# also be noted here that building any target with these "stdcall" options
# will most likely fail if the Tcl library is also required.  This is due
# to how the Tcl library functions are declared and exported (i.e. without
# an explicit calling convention, which results in "cdecl").
#
................................................................................
SHELL_COMPILE_OPTS = $(SHELL_COMPILE_OPTS) -DSQLITE_SHELL_JSON1 -DSQLITE_ENABLE_FTS4 -DSQLITE_ENABLE_EXPLAIN_COMMENTS
!ENDIF


# This is the default Makefile target.  The objects listed here
# are what get build when you type just "make" with no arguments.
#
all:	dll libsqlite3.lib shell

# Dynamic link library section.
#
dll: $(SQLITE3DLL)

# Shell executable.
#
shell: $(SQLITE3EXE)

libsqlite3.lib:	$(LIBOBJ)
	$(LTLIB) $(LTLIBOPTS) /OUT:$@ $(LIBOBJ) $(TLIBS)


$(SQLITE3DLL): $(LIBOBJ) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(CORE_LINK_DEP)
	$(LD) $(LDFLAGS) $(LTLINKOPTS) $(LTLIBPATHS) /DLL $(CORE_LINK_OPTS) /OUT:$@ $(LIBOBJ) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(LTLIBS) $(TLIBS)


$(SQLITE3EXE):	$(TOP)\shell.c $(SHELL_CORE_DEP) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(SHELL_CORE_SRC) $(SQLITE3H)
	$(LTLINK) $(SHELL_COMPILE_OPTS) $(READLINE_FLAGS) $(TOP)\shell.c $(SHELL_CORE_SRC) \







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!IFNDEF SQLITE3H
SQLITE3H = sqlite3.h
!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite dynamic link library (DLL).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3DLL
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3DLL = winsqlite3.dll
!ELSE
SQLITE3DLL = sqlite3.dll
!ENDIF
!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite import library (LIB).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3LIB
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3LIB = winsqlite3.lib
!ELSE
SQLITE3LIB = sqlite3.lib
!ENDIF
!ENDIF

# This is the name to use for the SQLite shell executable (EXE).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3EXE
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3EXE = winsqlite3shell.exe
!ELSE
SQLITE3EXE = sqlite3.exe
!ENDIF
!ENDIF

# This is the argument used to set the program database (PDB) file for the
# SQLite shell executable (EXE).
#
!IFNDEF SQLITE3EXEPDB
!IF $(FOR_WIN10)!=0
SQLITE3EXEPDB =
!ELSE
SQLITE3EXEPDB = /pdb:sqlite3sh.pdb
!ENDIF
!ENDIF

# These are the "standard" SQLite compilation options used when compiling for
# the Windows platform.
#
!IFNDEF OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS
OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS = $(OPT_FEATURE_FLAGS) -DSQLITE_ENABLE_FTS3=1
................................................................................
!ELSE
TCC = $(CC) -nologo -W3 $(CCOPTS) $(TCCOPTS)
!ENDIF

TCC = $(TCC) -DSQLITE_OS_WIN=1 -I. -I$(TOP) -fp:precise
RCC = $(RC) -DSQLITE_OS_WIN=1 -I. -I$(TOP) $(RCOPTS) $(RCCOPTS)










# Check if we want to use the "stdcall" calling convention when compiling.
# This is not supported by the compilers for non-x86 platforms.  It should
# also be noted here that building any target with these "stdcall" options
# will most likely fail if the Tcl library is also required.  This is due
# to how the Tcl library functions are declared and exported (i.e. without
# an explicit calling convention, which results in "cdecl").
#
................................................................................
SHELL_COMPILE_OPTS = $(SHELL_COMPILE_OPTS) -DSQLITE_SHELL_JSON1 -DSQLITE_ENABLE_FTS4 -DSQLITE_ENABLE_EXPLAIN_COMMENTS
!ENDIF


# This is the default Makefile target.  The objects listed here
# are what get build when you type just "make" with no arguments.
#
all:	dll shell

# Dynamic link library section.
#
dll: $(SQLITE3DLL)

# Shell executable.
#
shell: $(SQLITE3EXE)





$(SQLITE3DLL): $(LIBOBJ) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(CORE_LINK_DEP)
	$(LD) $(LDFLAGS) $(LTLINKOPTS) $(LTLIBPATHS) /DLL $(CORE_LINK_OPTS) /OUT:$@ $(LIBOBJ) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(LTLIBS) $(TLIBS)


$(SQLITE3EXE):	$(TOP)\shell.c $(SHELL_CORE_DEP) $(LIBRESOBJS) $(SHELL_CORE_SRC) $(SQLITE3H)
	$(LTLINK) $(SHELL_COMPILE_OPTS) $(READLINE_FLAGS) $(TOP)\shell.c $(SHELL_CORE_SRC) \

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REM name of an existing directory to be used as the final destination directory
REM for the generated output files, which will be placed in sub-directories
REM created therein.  Ideally, the directory specified should be empty.
REM
REM Example:
REM
REM                        CD /D C:\dev\sqlite\core
REM                        tool\build-all-msvc.bat C:\Temp
REM
REM In the example above, "C:\dev\sqlite\core" represents the root of the
REM source tree for SQLite and "C:\Temp" represents the final destination
REM directory for the generated output files.
REM
REM Please note that the SQLite build process performed by the Makefile
REM associated with this batch script requires a Tcl shell to be present
................................................................................
REM may be necessary, depending on the platforms to be built.  These values in
REM these three variables should be surrounded by double quotes if they contain
REM spaces.
REM
REM There are a few other environment variables that impact the build process
REM when set ^(to anything^), they are:
REM





REM                        NOCLEAN
REM
REM When set, the "clean" target will not be used during each build iteration.
REM However, the target binaries, if any, will still be deleted manually prior
REM to being rebuilt.  Setting this environment variable is only rarely needed
REM and could cause issues in some circumstances; therefore, setting it is not
REM recommended.
................................................................................
REM                        USE_WINV100_NSDKLIBPATH
REM
REM When set, modifies how the NSDKLIBPATH environment variable is built, based
REM on the WindowsSdkDir environment variable.  It causes this batch script to
REM assume the Windows 10.0 SDK location should be used.
REM
REM                        NMAKE_ARGS


REM
REM When set, the value is expanded and passed to the NMAKE command line, after
REM its other arguments.  This is used to specify additional NMAKE options, for
REM example:
REM
REM                        SET NMAKE_ARGS=FOR_WINRT=1


REM
REM Using the above command before running this tool will cause the compiled
REM binaries to target the WinRT environment, which provides a subset of the
REM Win32 API.
REM
REM                        DLL_FILE_NAME
REM                        DLL_PDB_FILE_NAME
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%_VECHO% Configurations = '%CONFIGURATIONS%'

REM
REM NOTE: If the command used to invoke NMAKE is not already set, use the
REM       default.
REM
IF NOT DEFINED NMAKE_CMD (



  SET NMAKE_CMD=nmake -B -f Makefile.msc

)

%_VECHO% NmakeCmd = '%NMAKE_CMD%'
%_VECHO% NmakeArgs = '%NMAKE_ARGS%'



REM
REM NOTE: Setup environment variables to translate between the MSVC platform
REM       names and the names to be used for the platform-specific binary
REM       directories.
REM
SET amd64_NAME=x64
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          SET MEMDEBUG=1
        )
      ) ELSE (
        CALL :fn_UnsetVariable DEBUG
        CALL :fn_UnsetVariable MEMDEBUG
      )







      REM
      REM NOTE: Launch a nested command shell to perform the following steps:
      REM
      REM       1. Setup the MSVC environment for this platform using the
      REM          official batch file.
      REM
      REM       2. Make sure that no stale build output files are present.
................................................................................
        REM
        REM NOTE: Unless prevented from doing so, invoke NMAKE with the MSVC
        REM       makefile to clean any stale build output from previous
        REM       iterations of this loop and/or previous runs of this batch
        REM       file, etc.
        REM
        IF NOT DEFINED NOCLEAN (
          %__ECHO% %NMAKE_CMD% clean

          IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (
            ECHO Failed to clean for platform %%P.
            GOTO errors
          )
        ) ELSE (
          REM
................................................................................
        REM
        REM NOTE: Call NMAKE with the MSVC makefile to build the "sqlite3.dll"
        REM       binary.  The x86 compiler will be used to compile the native
        REM       command line tools needed during the build process itself.
        REM       Also, disable looking for and/or linking to the native Tcl
        REM       runtime library.
        REM
        %__ECHO% %NMAKE_CMD% "%DLL_FILE_NAME%" "PLATFORM=%%D" XCOMPILE=1 USE_NATIVE_LIBPATHS=1 NO_TCL=1 %NMAKE_ARGS%

        IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (
          ECHO Failed to build %%B "%DLL_FILE_NAME%" for platform %%P.
          GOTO errors
        )

        REM
................................................................................
          REM
          REM NOTE: Call NMAKE with the MSVC makefile to build the "sqlite3.exe"
          REM       binary.  The x86 compiler will be used to compile the native
          REM       command line tools needed during the build process itself.
          REM       Also, disable looking for and/or linking to the native Tcl
          REM       runtime library.
          REM
          %__ECHO% %NMAKE_CMD% "%EXE_FILE_NAME%" "PLATFORM=%%D" XCOMPILE=1 USE_NATIVE_LIBPATHS=1 NO_TCL=1 %NMAKE_ARGS%

          IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (
            ECHO Failed to build %%B "%EXE_FILE_NAME%" for platform %%P.
            GOTO errors
          )

          REM
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  GOTO errors
)

REM
REM NOTE: If we get to this point, we have succeeded.
REM
GOTO no_errors













:fn_ShowVariable
  SETLOCAL
  SET __ECHO_CMD=ECHO %%%2%%
  FOR /F "delims=" %%V IN ('%__ECHO_CMD%') DO (
    IF NOT "%%V" == "" (
      IF NOT "%%V" == "%%%2%%" (







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REM for the generated output files, which will be placed in sub-directories
REM created therein.  Ideally, the directory specified should be empty.
REM
REM Example:
REM
REM                        CD /D C:\dev\sqlite\core
REM                        CALL tool\build-all-msvc.bat C:\Temp
REM
REM In the example above, "C:\dev\sqlite\core" represents the root of the
REM source tree for SQLite and "C:\Temp" represents the final destination
REM directory for the generated output files.
REM
REM Please note that the SQLite build process performed by the Makefile
REM associated with this batch script requires a Tcl shell to be present
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REM may be necessary, depending on the platforms to be built.  These values in
REM these three variables should be surrounded by double quotes if they contain
REM spaces.
REM
REM There are a few other environment variables that impact the build process
REM when set ^(to anything^), they are:
REM
REM                        USE_AUTOCONF_MAKEFILE
REM
REM When set, the "autoconf" Makefile for MSVC will be used instead of the main
REM Makefile for MSVC.  It must exist at "%ROOT%\autoconf\Makefile.msc".
REM
REM                        NOCLEAN
REM
REM When set, the "clean" target will not be used during each build iteration.
REM However, the target binaries, if any, will still be deleted manually prior
REM to being rebuilt.  Setting this environment variable is only rarely needed
REM and could cause issues in some circumstances; therefore, setting it is not
REM recommended.
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REM                        USE_WINV100_NSDKLIBPATH
REM
REM When set, modifies how the NSDKLIBPATH environment variable is built, based
REM on the WindowsSdkDir environment variable.  It causes this batch script to
REM assume the Windows 10.0 SDK location should be used.
REM
REM                        NMAKE_ARGS
REM                        NMAKE_ARGS_DEBUG
REM                        NMAKE_ARGS_RETAIL
REM
REM When set, these values are expanded and passed to the NMAKE command line,
REM after its other arguments.  These may be used to specify additional NMAKE
REM options, for example:
REM
REM                        SET NMAKE_ARGS=FOR_WINRT=1
REM                        SET NMAKE_ARGS_DEBUG=MEMDEBUG=1
REM                        SET NMAKE_ARGS_RETAIL=WIN32HEAP=1
REM
REM Using the above command before running this tool will cause the compiled
REM binaries to target the WinRT environment, which provides a subset of the
REM Win32 API.
REM
REM                        DLL_FILE_NAME
REM                        DLL_PDB_FILE_NAME
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%_VECHO% Configurations = '%CONFIGURATIONS%'

REM
REM NOTE: If the command used to invoke NMAKE is not already set, use the
REM       default.
REM
IF NOT DEFINED NMAKE_CMD (
  IF DEFINED USE_AUTOCONF_MAKEFILE (
    SET NMAKE_CMD=nmake -B -f autoconf\Makefile.msc
  ) ELSE (
    SET NMAKE_CMD=nmake -B -f Makefile.msc
  )
)

%_VECHO% NmakeCmd = '%NMAKE_CMD%'
%_VECHO% NmakeArgs = '%NMAKE_ARGS%'
%_VECHO% NmakeArgsDebug = '%NMAKE_ARGS_DEBUG%'
%_VECHO% NmakeArgsRetail = '%NMAKE_ARGS_RETAIL%'

REM
REM NOTE: Setup environment variables to translate between the MSVC platform
REM       names and the names to be used for the platform-specific binary
REM       directories.
REM
SET amd64_NAME=x64
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          SET MEMDEBUG=1
        )
      ) ELSE (
        CALL :fn_UnsetVariable DEBUG
        CALL :fn_UnsetVariable MEMDEBUG
      )

      REM
      REM NOTE: Copy the extra NMAKE arguments for this configuration into the
      REM       common variable used by the actual commands.
      REM
      CALL :fn_CopyVariable NMAKE_ARGS_%%B NMAKE_ARGS_CFG

      REM
      REM NOTE: Launch a nested command shell to perform the following steps:
      REM
      REM       1. Setup the MSVC environment for this platform using the
      REM          official batch file.
      REM
      REM       2. Make sure that no stale build output files are present.
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        REM
        REM NOTE: Unless prevented from doing so, invoke NMAKE with the MSVC
        REM       makefile to clean any stale build output from previous
        REM       iterations of this loop and/or previous runs of this batch
        REM       file, etc.
        REM
        IF NOT DEFINED NOCLEAN (
          CALL :fn_MakeClean %%D

          IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (
            ECHO Failed to clean for platform %%P.
            GOTO errors
          )
        ) ELSE (
          REM
................................................................................
        REM
        REM NOTE: Call NMAKE with the MSVC makefile to build the "sqlite3.dll"
        REM       binary.  The x86 compiler will be used to compile the native
        REM       command line tools needed during the build process itself.
        REM       Also, disable looking for and/or linking to the native Tcl
        REM       runtime library.
        REM
        CALL :fn_MakeDll %%D

        IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (
          ECHO Failed to build %%B "%DLL_FILE_NAME%" for platform %%P.
          GOTO errors
        )

        REM
................................................................................
          REM
          REM NOTE: Call NMAKE with the MSVC makefile to build the "sqlite3.exe"
          REM       binary.  The x86 compiler will be used to compile the native
          REM       command line tools needed during the build process itself.
          REM       Also, disable looking for and/or linking to the native Tcl
          REM       runtime library.
          REM
          CALL :fn_MakeExe %%D

          IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (
            ECHO Failed to build %%B "%EXE_FILE_NAME%" for platform %%P.
            GOTO errors
          )

          REM
................................................................................
  GOTO errors
)

REM
REM NOTE: If we get to this point, we have succeeded.
REM
GOTO no_errors

:fn_MakeClean
  %__ECHO% %NMAKE_CMD% clean "PLATFORM=%1" %NMAKE_ARGS% %NMAKE_ARGS_CFG%
  GOTO :EOF

:fn_MakeDll
  %__ECHO% %NMAKE_CMD% "%DLL_FILE_NAME%" "PLATFORM=%1" XCOMPILE=1 USE_NATIVE_LIBPATHS=1 NO_TCL=1 %NMAKE_ARGS% %NMAKE_ARGS_CFG%
  GOTO :EOF

:fn_MakeExe
  %__ECHO% %NMAKE_CMD% "%EXE_FILE_NAME%" "PLATFORM=%1" XCOMPILE=1 USE_NATIVE_LIBPATHS=1 NO_TCL=1 %NMAKE_ARGS% %NMAKE_ARGS_CFG%
  GOTO :EOF

:fn_ShowVariable
  SETLOCAL
  SET __ECHO_CMD=ECHO %%%2%%
  FOR /F "delims=" %%V IN ('%__ECHO_CMD%') DO (
    IF NOT "%%V" == "" (
      IF NOT "%%V" == "%%%2%%" (

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      {# <<block${i}>>\n.*?# <</block${i}>>\n}] \
      $data [escapeSubSpec $blocks($i)] data
}

set data [string map [list " -I\$(TOP)\\src" ""] $data]
set data [string map [list " /DEF:sqlite3.def" ""] $data]
set data [string map [list " sqlite3.def" ""] $data]

set data [string map [list " \$(ALL_TCL_TARGETS)" ""] $data]
set data [string map [list "\$(TOP)\\src\\" "\$(TOP)\\"] $data]

writeFile $toFileName $data







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      {# <<block${i}>>\n.*?# <</block${i}>>\n}] \
      $data [escapeSubSpec $blocks($i)] data
}

set data [string map [list " -I\$(TOP)\\src" ""] $data]
set data [string map [list " /DEF:sqlite3.def" ""] $data]
set data [string map [list " sqlite3.def" ""] $data]
set data [string map [list " libsqlite3.lib" ""] $data]
set data [string map [list " \$(ALL_TCL_TARGETS)" ""] $data]
set data [string map [list "\$(TOP)\\src\\" "\$(TOP)\\"] $data]

writeFile $toFileName $data