[elspy] trying to use exim / elspy with cygwin

Martin Duffy martinduffy at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 5 19:18:52 CEST 2004


If I run the tests mentioned in the readme for the elspy distribution
*without* the exim_local_scan.py in the python path I get the errors that
are expected and the emails are delivered

When I ran it with the exim_local_scan.py in the python path local_scan()
crashes...

Any help suggestions would be appreciated.

Here is the exim_local_scan.py file
========================
# Very simple local_scan() functions -- unconditional accept/reject.
#
# If you wanted to use one of these local_scan_*() functions,
# you would copy it to exim_local_scan.py somewhere in your
# PYTHONPATH, and rename it to local_scan().  Not that you
# would want to -- they're just simplistic examples.

__revision__ = "$Id: simple.py,v 1.2 2002/10/20 21:46:23 gward Exp $"

#from elspy import RejectMessage, TempRejectMessage


# Accept all messages.  Equivalent to
# int local_scan(int fd, uschar **return_text)
# {
#     return LOCAL_SCAN_ACCEPT;
# }
def local_scan(info, headers, fd):
    return

============================

Here is the output that I got when I ran it with the exim_local_scan.py in
the python path.

**local_scan() crashes**
==============================
$ ./exim -v -d -bs < smtp.txt
Exim version 4.41 uid=63375 gid=10545 pid=2232 D=fbb95cfd
Probably GDBM (native mode)
Support for: iconv() PAM OpenSSL
Lookups: lsearch wildlsearch nwildlsearch iplsearch dbm dbmnz dnsdb passwd
Authenticators: cram_md5 plaintext spa
Routers: accept dnslookup ipliteral manualroute queryprogram redirect
Transports: appendfile/maildir/mailstore/mbx autoreply pipe smtp
changed uid/gid: forcing real = effective
  uid=63375 gid=10545 pid=2232
  auxiliary group list: 0 544 545 10545
configuration file is /etc/exim.conf
log selectors = 00000ffc 00010400
trusted user
admin user
changed uid/gid: privilege not needed
  uid=63375 gid=10545 pid=2232
  auxiliary group list: 0 544 545 10545
user name "duffym" extracted from gecos field
"duffym,U-TMS\duffym,S-1-5-21-927094949-545289447-965413785-53375"
originator: uid=63375 gid=10545 login=duffym name=duffym
sender address = NULL
LOG: smtp_connection MAIN
  SMTP connection from duffym
SMTP>> 220 localhost ESMTP Exim 4.41 Thu, 05 Aug 2004 09:19:24 -0700
220 localhost ESMTP Exim 4.41 Thu, 05 Aug 2004 09:19:24 -0700
smtp_setup_msg entered
SMTP<< ehlo localhost
 in pipelining_advertise_hosts? yes (matched "*")
 in tls_advertise_hosts? no (option unset)
250-localhost Hello duffym at localhost
250-SIZE 52428800
250-PIPELINING
250 HELP
SMTP>> 250-localhost Hello duffym at localhost
250-SIZE 52428800
250-PIPELINING
250 HELP
SMTP<< mail from:<duffym at localhost>
SMTP>> 250 OK
250 OK
SMTP<< rcpt to:<duffym at localhost>
using ACL "acl_check_rcpt"
processing "accept"
check hosts = :
 in ":"? yes (matched "")
accept: condition test succeeded
SMTP>> 250 Accepted
250 Accepted
SMTP<< data
SMTP>> 354 Enter message, ending with "." on a line by itself
354 Enter message, ending with "." on a line by itself
search_tidyup called
>>Headers received:
Subject: hello there

rewrite_one_header: type=F:
  From: duffym at localhost
search_tidyup called
>>Headers after rewriting and local additions:
  Subject: hello there
I Message-Id: <EI1ZEOC-0001Q0-BM at localhost>
F From: duffym at localhost
  Date: Thu, 05 Aug 2004 09:19:24 -0700

Data file written for message I1ZEOC-0001Q0-BM
>>Generated Received: header line
P Received: from duffym (helo=localhost)
        by localhost with local-esmtp (Exim 4.41)
        id I1ZEOC-0001Q0-BM
        for duffym at localhost; Thu, 05 Aug 2004 09:19:24 -0700
calling local_scan(); timeout=300
LOG: MAIN REJECT
  local_scan() function crashed with signal 11 - message temporarily
rejected (size 34)
SMTP>> 421 localhost local verification problem - closing connection.
421 localhost local verification problem - closing connection.
search_tidyup called
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Exim pid=2232 terminating with rc=1 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
=================

Here is the Local Makefile that I am using. exim seems to compile ok.
====================
LOCAL_SCAN_SOURCE = Local/elspy.c
INCLUDE = -I/usr/include/python2.3
EXTRALIBS = -L/usr/bin /usr/lib/python2.3/config/libpython2.3.dll.a
/usr/bin/libpython2.3.dll
===================


Here is the Makefile in the build directory

=====================
OSTYPE=CYGWIN
ARCHTYPE=i386

# From OS/Makefile-Default
MAKE_SHELL=/bin/sh
BASENAME_COMMAND=/usr/bin/basename
CHOWN_COMMAND=/usr/bin/chown
CHGRP_COMMAND=/usr/bin/chgrp
MV_COMMAND=/bin/mv
RM_COMMAND=/bin/rm
AR=ar cq
PERL_COMMAND=/usr/bin/perl
CC=gcc
EXIWHAT_PS_CMD=/bin/ps
EXIWHAT_PS_ARG=-e
EXIWHAT_EGREP_ARG=' exim( |$$|-)'
EXIWHAT_KILL_SIGNAL=-USR1
HOSTNAME_COMMAND=/bin/hostname
RANLIB=ranlib
EXIM_CHMOD=@true
LOCAL_SCAN_SOURCE=src/local_scan.c
X11=/usr/X11R6
XINCLUDE=-I$(X11)/include
XLFLAGS=-L$(X11)/lib
X11_LD_LIB=$(X11)/lib
EXIMON_TEXTPOP=em_TextPop.o
# End of OS/Makefile-Default

# From OS/Makefile-CYGWIN
HAVE_ICONV = yes
CFLAGS= -g -Wall -O2
LIBS= -lcrypt -lresolv
LIBS_EXIM= -liconv
EXIWHAT_PS_ARG=-as
EXIWHAT_KILL_SIGNAL=-USR1
EXIWHAT_EGREP_ARG='/(EXIM|exim)[0-9. -]*$$'
DBMLIB=-lgdbm
USE_GDBM=YES
EXE = .exe
LIBS_EXIM +=../Local/exim_res.o
BIN_DIRECTORY=/usr/bin
CONFIGURE_FILE=/etc/exim.conf
EXIM_USER=18   # This changes if user exim exists
EXIM_GROUP=544 # Administrators
SPOOL_DIRECTORY=/var/spool/exim
LOG_FILE_PATH=/var/log/exim/exim_%s.log
TIMEZONE_DEFAULT = ""
AUTH_CRAM_MD5=yes
AUTH_PLAINTEXT=yes
AUTH_SPA=yes
SUPPORT_TLS=yes
TLS_LIBS=-lssl -lcrypto
ROUTER_ACCEPT=yes
ROUTER_DNSLOOKUP=yes
ROUTER_IPLITERAL=yes
ROUTER_MANUALROUTE=yes
ROUTER_QUERYPROGRAM=yes
ROUTER_REDIRECT=yes
TRANSPORT_APPENDFILE=yes
TRANSPORT_AUTOREPLY=yes
TRANSPORT_PIPE=yes
TRANSPORT_SMTP=yes
SUPPORT_MAILDIR=yes
SUPPORT_MAILSTORE=yes
SUPPORT_MBX=yes
LOOKUP_DBM=yes
LOOKUP_LSEARCH=yes
LOOKUP_DNSDB=yes
LOOKUP_PASSWD=yes
CONFIGURE_OWNER=544
EXICYCLOG_MAX=10
COMPRESS_COMMAND=/usr/bin/gzip
COMPRESS_SUFFIX=gz
ZCAT_COMMAND=/usr/bin/zcat
SUPPORT_PAM=yes
CFLAGS += -DINCLUDE_PAM -I ../pam -I ../../pam
APPENDFILE_MODE       = 0644     # default if no ntsec
APPENDFILE_DIRECTORY_MODE = 0777
APPENDFILE_LOCKFILE_MODE = 0666
EXIMDB_DIRECTORY_MODE    = 0777
EXIMDB_MODE              = 0666
EXIMDB_LOCKFILE_MODE     = 0666
INPUT_DIRECTORY_MODE  = 0777
LOG_DIRECTORY_MODE    = 0777
LOG_MODE              = 0666
MSGLOG_DIRECTORY_MODE = 0777
SPOOL_DIRECTORY_MODE  = 0777
SPOOL_MODE            = 0666
# End of OS/Makefile-CYGWIN

# From Local/Makefile
LOCAL_SCAN_SOURCE = Local/elspy.c
INCLUDE = -I/usr/include/python2.3
EXTRALIBS = -L/usr/bin /usr/lib/python2.3/config/libpython2.3.dll.a
/usr/bin/libpython2.3.dll
# End of Local/Makefile

build=

# This file is the basis of the main makefile for Exim and friends. The
# makefile at the top level arranges to build the main makefile by calling
# scripts/Configure-Makefile from within the build directory. This
# concatentates the configuration settings from Local/Makefile and other,
# optional, Local/* files at the front of this file, to create Makefile in
the
# build directory.

SHELL      = $(MAKE_SHELL)
SCRIPTS    = ../scripts
EDITME     = ../Local/Makefile
EXIMON_EDITME = ../Local/eximon.conf

# The compiler used for linking is normally the same as the compiler used
for
# compiling. However, by giving it a different name, we can override it from
# the command line, and this is helpful for certain types of testing.

LNCC = $(CC)


# The default target double-checks the existence of $(EDITME) and then
arranges
# to touch it if it exists and any of the optional configuration files,
which
# depend on the os or the architecture, have been altered. The same
sub-target
# does the same thing for the eximon configuration file if it exists. Then
# there is a check that the Makefile (the one built from this file) is
# up-to-date. Then the os-specific source files and the C configuration file
# are set up, and finally it goes to the main Exim target.

all:    $(EDITME) checklocalmake Makefile os.h os.c config.h allexim

checklocalmake:
 @if $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/newer $(EDITME)-$(OSTYPE) $(EDITME) || \
   $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/newer $(EDITME)-$(ARCHTYPE) $(EDITME) || \
   $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/newer $(EDITME)-$(OSTYPE)-$(ARCHTYPE) $(EDITME); \
 then \
   touch $(EDITME); \
 fi
 @if $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/newer $(EXIMON_EDITME)-$(OSTYPE) $(EXIMON_EDITME)
|| \
   $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/newer $(EXIMON_EDITME)-$(ARCHTYPE) $(EXIMON_EDITME)
|| \
   $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/newer $(EXIMON_EDITME)-$(OSTYPE)-$(ARCHTYPE)
$(EXIMON_EDITME); \
 then \
   if [ -f $(EXIMON_EDITME) ]; then touch $(EXIMON_EDITME); fi \
 fi

$(EDITME):
 @echo " "
 @echo "*** Please create Local/Makefile by copying src/EDITME and making"
 @echo "*** appropriate changes for your site."
 @echo " "
 @false

$(EXIMON_EDITME):
 @echo " "
 @echo "*** Please create Local/eximon.conf by copying exim_monitor/EDITME
and making"
 @echo "*** appropriate changes for your site."
 @echo " "
 @test ! -d ../Local && mkdir ../Local
 @false

# Check that the local Makefile is up-to-date

Makefile: ../OS/Makefile-Base ../OS/Makefile-Default \
          $(SCRIPTS)/Configure $(SCRIPTS)/Configure-Makefile $(EDITME)
 @echo " "
 @echo "*** Makefile needs rebuilding"
 @echo "*** Please run \"make makefile\" at top level"
 @echo " "
 @false

# Build (link) the os.h file

os.h:
 $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/Configure-os.h

# Build the os.c file

os.c:   ../src/os.c
 $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/Configure-os.c

# Build the config.h file.

config.h: Makefile buildconfig ../src/config.h.defaults $(EDITME)
 $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/Configure-config.h


# This target is recognized specially by GNU make. It records those targets
# that do not correspond to files that are being built and which should
# therefore always be run, even if the files exist. This shouldn't in fact
be a
# problem, but it does no harm. Other make programs will just ignore this.

PHONY: all allexim buildauths buildlookups buildpcre buildrouters \
        buildtransports checklocalmake clean


# This is the real default target for all the various exim binaries and
# scripts, once the configuring stuff is done.

allexim: config.h buildpcre $(EXIM_MONITOR) exicyclog exinext exiwhat \
        exigrep eximstats exipick exiqgrep exiqsumm \
        transport-filter.pl convert4r3 convert4r4 \
        exim_checkaccess \
        exim_dbmbuild exim_dumpdb exim_fixdb exim_tidydb exim_lock \
        buildlookups buildrouters buildtransports \
        buildauths exim


# Targets for special-purpose configuration header builders
buildconfig: buildconfig.c
 $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -o buildconfig buildconfig.c $(LIBS)


# Target for the exicyclog utility script
exicyclog: Makefile config.h ../src/exicyclog.src
 @rm -f exicyclog
 sed \
   -e "s?PROCESSED_FLAG?This file has been so processed.?"\
   -e "/^# /p" \
   -e "/^# /d" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE)?" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_EUID?$(CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_EUID)?" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE)?" \
   -e "s?BIN_DIRECTORY?$(BIN_DIRECTORY)?" \
   -e "s?EXICYCLOG_MAX?$(EXICYCLOG_MAX)?" \
   -e "s?COMPRESS_COMMAND?$(COMPRESS_COMMAND)?" \
   -e "s?COMPRESS_SUFFIX?$(COMPRESS_SUFFIX)?" \
   -e "s?CHOWN_COMMAND?$(CHOWN_COMMAND)?" \
   -e "s?CHGRP_COMMAND?$(CHGRP_COMMAND)?" \
   -e "s?MV_COMMAND?$(MV_COMMAND)?" \
   -e "s?RM_COMMAND?$(RM_COMMAND)?" \
   ../src/exicyclog.src > exicyclog-t
 @mv exicyclog-t exicyclog
 @chmod a+x exicyclog
 @echo ">>> exicyclog script built"; echo ""

# Target for the exinext utility script
exinext: Makefile config.h ../src/exinext.src
 @rm -f exinext
 sed \
   -e "s?PROCESSED_FLAG?This file has been so processed.?"\
   -e "/^# /p" \
   -e "/^# /d" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE)?" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE)?" \
   -e "s?BIN_DIRECTORY?$(BIN_DIRECTORY)?" \
   ../src/exinext.src > exinext-t
 @mv exinext-t exinext
 @chmod a+x exinext
 @echo ">>> exinext script built"; echo ""

# Target for the exiwhat utility script
exiwhat: Makefile config.h ../src/exiwhat.src
 @rm -f exiwhat
 sed \
   -e "s?PROCESSED_FLAG?This file has been so processed.?"\
   -e "/^# /p" \
   -e "/^# /d" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE)?" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE)?" \
   -e "s?BIN_DIRECTORY?$(BIN_DIRECTORY)?" \
   -e "s?EXIWHAT_PS_CMD?$(EXIWHAT_PS_CMD)?" \
   -e "s?EXIWHAT_PS_ARG?$(EXIWHAT_PS_ARG)?" \
   -e "s?EXIWHAT_KILL_SIGNAL?$(EXIWHAT_KILL_SIGNAL)?" \
   -e "s?EXIWHAT_EGREP_ARG?$(EXIWHAT_EGREP_ARG)?" \
   -e "s?EXIWHAT_MULTIKILL_CMD?$(EXIWHAT_MULTIKILL_CMD)?" \
   -e "s?EXIWHAT_MULTIKILL_ARG?$(EXIWHAT_MULTIKILL_ARG)?" \
   ../src/exiwhat.src > exiwhat-t
 @mv exiwhat-t exiwhat
 @chmod a+x exiwhat
 @echo ">>> exiwhat script built"; echo ""

# Target for the exim_checkaccess utility script
exim_checkaccess: Makefile config.h ../src/exim_checkaccess.src
 @rm -f exim_checkaccess
 sed \
   -e "s?PROCESSED_FLAG?This file has been so processed.?"\
   -e "/^# /p" \
   -e "/^# /d" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE)?" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE)?" \
   -e "s?BIN_DIRECTORY?$(BIN_DIRECTORY)?" \
   -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   ../src/exim_checkaccess.src > exim_checkaccess-t
 @mv exim_checkaccess-t exim_checkaccess
 @chmod a+x exim_checkaccess
 @echo ">>> exim_checkaccess script built"; echo ""

# Target for the Exim monitor start-up script
eximon: Makefile config.h ../src/eximon.src ../OS/eximon.conf-Default \
          ../Local/eximon.conf
 @rm -f eximon
 $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/Configure-eximon
 sed \
   -e "s?PROCESSED_FLAG?This file has been so processed.?"\
   -e "/^# /p" \
   -e "/^# /d" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE_USE_NODE)?" \
   -e "s?CONFIGURE_FILE?$(CONFIGURE_FILE)?" \
   -e "s?BIN_DIRECTORY?$(BIN_DIRECTORY)?" \
   -e "s?BASENAME_COMMAND?$(BASENAME_COMMAND)?" \
   -e "s?HOSTNAME_COMMAND?$(HOSTNAME_COMMAND)?" \
   -e "s?X11_LD_LIBRARY?$(X11_LD_LIB)?" \
   ../src/eximon.src >> eximon
 @echo ">>> eximon script built"; echo ""

# Targets for utilities; these are all Perl scripts that have to get the
# location of Perl put in them. A few need other things as well.

exigrep: Makefile ../src/exigrep.src
 @rm -f exigrep
 sed \
   -e "s?PROCESSED_FLAG?This file has been so processed.?"\
   -e "/^# /p" \
   -e "/^# /d" \
   -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   -e "s?ZCAT_COMMAND?$(ZCAT_COMMAND)?" \
          -e "s?COMPRESS_SUFFIX?$(COMPRESS_SUFFIX)?" \
   ../src/exigrep.src > exigrep-t
 @mv exigrep-t exigrep
 @chmod a+x exigrep
 @echo ">>> exigrep script built"; echo ""

eximstats: Makefile ../src/eximstats.src
 @rm -f eximstats
 sed \
   -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   ../src/eximstats.src > eximstats-t
 @mv eximstats-t eximstats
 @chmod a+x eximstats
 @echo ">>> eximstats script built"; echo ""

exiqgrep: Makefile ../src/exiqgrep.src
 @rm -f exiqgrep
 sed \
   -e "s?PROCESSED_FLAG?This file has been so processed.?"\
   -e "/^# /p" \
   -e "/^# /d" \
   -e "s?BIN_DIRECTORY?$(BIN_DIRECTORY)?" \
   -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   ../src/exiqgrep.src > exiqgrep-t
 @mv exiqgrep-t exiqgrep
 @chmod a+x exiqgrep
 @echo ">>> exiqgrep script built"; echo ""

exiqsumm: Makefile ../src/exiqsumm.src
 @rm -f exiqsumm
 sed -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   ../src/exiqsumm.src > exiqsumm-t
 @mv exiqsumm-t exiqsumm
 @chmod a+x exiqsumm
 @echo ">>> exiqsumm script built"; echo ""

exipick: Makefile ../src/exipick.src
 @rm -f exipick
 sed -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   -e "s?SPOOL_DIRECTORY?$(SPOOL_DIRECTORY)?" \
   ../src/exipick.src > exipick-t
 @mv exipick-t exipick
 @chmod a+x exipick
 @echo ">>> exipick script built"; echo ""

transport-filter.pl: Makefile ../src/transport-filter.src
 @rm -f transport-filter.pl
 sed -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   ../src/transport-filter.src > transport-filter.pl-t
 @mv transport-filter.pl-t transport-filter.pl
 @chmod a+x transport-filter.pl
 @echo ">>> transport-filter.pl script built"; echo ""

convert4r3: Makefile ../src/convert4r3.src
 @rm -f convert4r3
 sed -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   ../src/convert4r3.src > convert4r3-t
 @mv convert4r3-t convert4r3
 @chmod a+x convert4r3
 @echo ">>> convert4r3 script built"; echo ""

convert4r4: Makefile ../src/convert4r4.src
 @rm -f convert4r4
 sed -e "s?PERL_COMMAND?$(PERL_COMMAND)?" \
   ../src/convert4r4.src > convert4r4-t
 @mv convert4r4-t convert4r4
 @chmod a+x convert4r4
 @echo ">>> convert4r4 script built"; echo ""


# Targets for final binaries; the main one has a build number which is
# updated each time. We don't bother with that for the auxiliaries.

OBJ_EXIM = acl.o child.o crypt16.o daemon.o dbfn.o debug.o deliver.o \
        directory.o dns.o drtables.o enq.o exim.o expand.o filter.o \
        filtertest.o globals.o \
        header.o host.o ip.o log.o lss.o match.o moan.o \
        os.o parse.o queue.o \
        rda.o readconf.o receive.o retry.o rewrite.o rfc2047.o \
        route.o search.o sieve.o smtp_in.o smtp_out.o spool_in.o spool_out.o
\
        store.o string.o tls.o tod.o transport.o tree.o verify.o \
        local_scan.o $(EXIM_PERL)

exim:   pcre/libpcre.a lookups/lookups.a auths/auths.a \
        routers/routers.a transports/transports.a \
        $(OBJ_EXIM) version.c
 @echo " "
 awk '{ print ($$1+1) }' cnumber.h > cnumber.temp
 rm -f cnumber.h; mv cnumber.temp cnumber.h
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) $(IPV6_INCLUDE) $(TLS_INCLUDE) version.c
 rm -f exim
 $(PURIFY) $(LNCC) -o exim $(LFLAGS) $(OBJ_EXIM) version.o \
   pcre/libpcre.a \
   routers/routers.a transports/transports.a lookups/lookups.a \
   auths/auths.a \
   $(LIBRESOLV) $(LIBS) $(LIBS_EXIM) $(IPV6_LIBS) $(EXTRALIBS) \
   $(EXTRALIBS_EXIM) $(DBMLIB) $(LOOKUP_LIBS) $(PERL_LIBS) $(TLS_LIBS)
 @if [ x"$(STRIP_COMMAND)" != x"" ]; then \
   echo $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim; \
   $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim; \
 fi
 $(EXIM_CHMOD)
 @echo " "
 @echo ">>> exim binary built"
 @echo " "

# The utility for dumping the contents of an exim database

OBJ_DUMPDB = exim_dumpdb.o util-os.o util-store.o

exim_dumpdb: $(OBJ_DUMPDB)
 $(LNCC) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -o exim_dumpdb $(LFLAGS) $(OBJ_DUMPDB) \
   $(LIBS) $(EXTRALIBS) $(DBMLIB)
 @if [ x"$(STRIP_COMMAND)" != x"" ]; then \
   echo $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_dumpdb; \
   $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_dumpdb; \
 fi
 @echo " "
 @echo ">>> exim_dumpdb utility built"
 @echo " "

# The utility for interrogating/fixing the contents of an exim database

OBJ_FIXDB = exim_fixdb.o util-os.o util-store.o

exim_fixdb:  $(OBJ_FIXDB)
 $(LNCC) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -o exim_fixdb $(LFLAGS) $(OBJ_FIXDB) \
   $(LIBS) $(EXTRALIBS) $(DBMLIB)
 @if [ x"$(STRIP_COMMAND)" != x"" ]; then \
   echo $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_fixdb; \
   $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_fixdb; \
 fi
 @echo " "
 @echo ">>> exim_fixdb utility built"
 @echo " "

# The utility for tidying the contents of an exim database

OBJ_TIDYDB = exim_tidydb.o util-os.o util-store.o

exim_tidydb: $(OBJ_TIDYDB)
 $(LNCC) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -o exim_tidydb $(LFLAGS) $(OBJ_TIDYDB) \
   $(LIBS) $(EXTRALIBS) $(DBMLIB)
 @if [ x"$(STRIP_COMMAND)" != x"" ]; then \
   echo $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_tidydb; \
   $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_tidydb; \
 fi
 @echo " "
 @echo ">>> exim_tidydb utility built"
 @echo " "

# The utility for building dbm files

exim_dbmbuild: exim_dbmbuild.o
 $(LNCC) -o exim_dbmbuild $(LFLAGS) exim_dbmbuild.o \
   $(LIBS) $(EXTRALIBS) $(DBMLIB)
 @if [ x"$(STRIP_COMMAND)" != x"" ]; then \
   echo $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_dbmbuild; \
   $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_dbmbuild; \
 fi
 @echo " "
 @echo ">>> exim_dbmbuild utility built"
 @echo " "

# The utility for locking a mailbox while messing around with it

exim_lock: exim_lock.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) exim_lock.c
 $(LNCC) -o exim_lock $(LFLAGS) exim_lock.o  \
   $(LIBS) $(EXTRALIBS)
 @if [ x"$(STRIP_COMMAND)" != x"" ]; then \
   echo $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_lock; \
   $(STRIP_COMMAND) exim_lock; \
 fi
 @echo " "
 @echo ">>> exim_lock utility built"
 @echo " "

# The X-based Exim monitor program's binary part. There's a macro for
cutting
# out the modified TextPop module, because some antique link editors cannot
# handle the fact that it is redefining things that are found later in the
# Xaw library.

# Object modules that are the unique Eximon modules

MONBIN = em_StripChart.o $(EXIMON_TEXTPOP) em_globals.o em_init.o \
 em_log.o em_main.o em_menu.o em_queue.o em_strip.o \
 em_text.o em_xs.o

# The complete modules list also includes some specially compiled versions
of
# code from the main Exim source tree.

OBJ_MONBIN = util-spool_in.o util-store.o util-string.o tod.o tree.o
$(MONBIN)

eximon.bin: $(EXIMON_EDITME) eximon $(OBJ_MONBIN) pcre/libpcre.a \
            ../exim_monitor/em_version.c
 $(CC) -o em_version.o -c \
   $(CFLAGS) $(XINCLUDE) -I. ../exim_monitor/em_version.c
 $(PURIFY) $(LNCC) -o eximon.bin em_version.o $(LFLAGS) $(XLFLAGS) \
 $(OBJ_MONBIN) -lXaw -lXmu -lXt -lXext -lX11 pcre/libpcre.a \
   $(LIBS) $(LIBS_EXIMON) $(EXTRALIBS) $(EXTRALIBS_EXIMON) -lc
 @if [ x"$(STRIP_COMMAND)" != x"" ]; then \
   echo $(STRIP_COMMAND) eximon.bin; \
   $(STRIP_COMMAND) eximon.bin; \
 fi
 @echo " "
 @echo ">>> exim monitor binary built"
 @echo " "


# Compile step for most of the exim modules. HDRS is a list of headers
# which cause everthing to be rebuilt. PHDRS is the same, for the use
# of routers, transports, and authenticators. I can't find a way of doing
this
# in one. This list is overkill, but it doesn't really take much time to
# rebuild Exim on a modern computer.

HDRS  =    config.h    dbfunctions.h    dbstuff.h    exim.h    functions.h
globals.h    local_scan.h    macros.h    mytypes.h    structs.h
PHDRS = ../config.h ../dbfunctions.h ../dbstuff.h ../exim.h ../functions.h
./globals.h ../local_scan.h ../macros.h ../mytypes.h ../structs.h

SUFFIXES: .o .c
c.o:; $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) -I. $(INCLUDE) $(IPV6_INCLUDE) $(TLS_INCLUDE) $*.c

# This is the dummy module for use by test compiles of individual modules.
It
# contains functions such as log_write() that may be called from bits of
Exim
# in the tested code.

dummies.o:       dummies.c

# Compile instructions for perl.o for when EXIM_PERL is set

perl.o:          $(HDRS) perl.c
 $(PERL_CC) $(PERL_CCOPTS) $(INCLUDE) -c perl.c

# Compile instructions for the database utility modules

exim_dumpdb.o:   $(HDRS) exim_dbutil.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) \
          -DCOMPILE_UTILITY \
          -DEXIM_DUMPDB \
          -o exim_dumpdb.o exim_dbutil.c

exim_fixdb.o:    $(HDRS) exim_dbutil.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) \
          -DCOMPILE_UTILITY \
          -DEXIM_FIXDB \
          -o exim_fixdb.o exim_dbutil.c

exim_tidydb.o:   $(HDRS) exim_dbutil.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) \
          -DCOMPILE_UTILITY \
          -DEXIM_TIDYDB \
          -o exim_tidydb.o exim_dbutil.c

# Compile instructions for exim_dbmbuild

exim_dbmbuild.o: $(HDRS) exim_dbmbuild.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -o exim_dbmbuild.o exim_dbmbuild.c

# Utilities use special versions of some modules - typically with debugging
# calls cut out.

util-spool_in.o: $(HDRS) spool_in.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DCOMPILE_UTILITY -o util-spool_in.o
spool_in.c

util-store.o:    $(HDRS) store.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DCOMPILE_UTILITY -o util-store.o store.c

util-string.o:   $(HDRS) string.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DCOMPILE_UTILITY -o util-string.o string.c

util-os.o:       $(HDRS) os.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) \
          -DCOMPILE_UTILITY \
          -DOS_LOAD_AVERAGE \
          -DFIND_RUNNING_INTERFACES \
          -o util-os.o os.c

# The local scan module depends only on its own special header, and is
compiled
# from a source whose location is set by configuration.

local_scan.o:    Makefile local_scan.h ../$(LOCAL_SCAN_SOURCE)
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) -I. $(INCLUDE) -o local_scan.o ../$(LOCAL_SCAN_SOURCE)

# Dependencies for the "ordinary" exim modules

acl.o:           $(HDRS) acl.c
child.o:         $(HDRS) child.c
crypt16.o:       $(HDRS) crypt16.c
daemon.o:        $(HDRS) daemon.c
dbfn.o:          $(HDRS) dbfn.c
debug.o:         $(HDRS) debug.c
deliver.o:       $(HDRS) deliver.c
directory.o:     $(HDRS) directory.c
dns.o:           $(HDRS) dns.c
enq.o:           $(HDRS) enq.c
exim.o:          $(HDRS) exim.c
expand.o:        $(HDRS) expand.c
filter.o:        $(HDRS) filter.c
filtertest.o:    $(HDRS) filtertest.c
globals.o:       $(HDRS) globals.c
header.o:        $(HDRS) header.c
host.o:          $(HDRS) host.c
ip.o:            $(HDRS) ip.c
log.o:           $(HDRS) log.c
lss.o:           $(HDRS) lss.c
match.o:         $(HDRS) match.c
moan.o:          $(HDRS) moan.c
os.o:            $(HDRS) os.c
parse.o:         $(HDRS) parse.c
queue.o:         $(HDRS) queue.c
rda.o:           $(HDRS) rda.c
readconf.o:      $(HDRS) readconf.c
receive.o:       $(HDRS) receive.c
retry.o:         $(HDRS) retry.c
rewrite.o:       $(HDRS) rewrite.c
rfc2047.o:       $(HDRS) rfc2047.c
route.o:         $(HDRS) route.c
search.o:        $(HDRS) search.c
sieve.o:         $(HDRS) sieve.c
smtp_in.o:       $(HDRS) smtp_in.c
smtp_out.o:      $(HDRS) smtp_out.c
spool_in.o:      $(HDRS) spool_in.c
spool_out.o:     $(HDRS) spool_out.c
store.o:         $(HDRS) store.c
string.o:        $(HDRS) string.c
tls.o:           $(HDRS) tls.c tls-gnu.c tls-openssl.c
tod.o:           $(HDRS) tod.c
transport.o:     $(HDRS) transport.c
tree.o:          $(HDRS) tree.c
verify.o:        $(HDRS) verify.c

# The module containing tables of available lookups, routers, auths, and
# transports must be rebuilt if any of them are. However, because the
makefiles
# for the drivers are always run, we don't actually put the dependencies
here,
# because if we do, some version of "make" (e.g. IRIX) insist on rebuilding
# drtables.o even though the .a files haven't in fact been updated. Instead
# it is arranged that the lower-level makefiles remove drtables.o when they
# rebuild the .a files.

drtables.o:      $(HDRS) drtables.c


# The exim monitor's private modules - the sources live in a private
# subdirectory. The final binary combines the private modules with some
# modules from the main exim binary.

em_StripChart.o: ../exim_monitor/em_StripChart.c
em_TextPop.o:    ../exim_monitor/em_TextPop.c
em_globals.o:    ../exim_monitor/em_globals.c ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_init.o:       ../exim_monitor/em_init.c    ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_log.o:        ../exim_monitor/em_log.c     ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_main.o:       ../exim_monitor/em_main.c    ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_menu.o:       ../exim_monitor/em_menu.c    ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_queue.o:      ../exim_monitor/em_queue.c   ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_strip.o:      ../exim_monitor/em_strip.c   ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_text.o:       ../exim_monitor/em_text.c    ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_xs.o:         ../exim_monitor/em_xs.c      ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
em_version.o:    ../exim_monitor/em_version.c ../exim_monitor/em_hdr.h
$(MONBIN): $(HDRS)
   $(CC) -o $@ -c $(CFLAGS) -I. -I../exim_monitor $(INCLUDE) $(XINCLUDE) \
     ../exim_monitor/`echo $@ | sed 's/o$$/c/'`


# Targets for the various libraries that Exim uses. This coding is tedious,
# because different versions of "make" behave in different ways with regard
# to rebuilding. If these target names are of the form pcre/libpcre.a, for
# example, then a forcing mechanism is required to get them obeyed each
time.
# That's fine on Solaris and other systems; the rebuilding of the exim
target
# happens only if the libraries are actually rebuilt. However, on IRIX, if
# the target is forced, the exim target gets unnecessarily rebuilt even if
# the .a file is not. Contrariwise, if we use dummy names, they don't
interact
# with the building of exim (and eximon.bin), but for libpcre Exim doesn't
get
# rebuilt when it should. (For the others it does, because they remove
# drtables.o when they rebuild.) To get round this, we forcibly remove the
# binary when it needs to be rebuilt.

# The PCRE regex library. Move the pcretest program to the util directory.
Some
# "clever" versions of make notice that there are two successive shell
# commands, and they run them in the same shell. This means that we have to
# take care to encapsulate change of directory in parentheses, so that it
# reverts when it should.

buildpcre:
  @(cd pcre; $(MAKE) SHELL=$(SHELL) AR="$(AR)" $(MFLAGS) CC="$(CC)" \
    CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS) $(PCRE_CFLAGS)" \
    RANLIB="$(RANLIB)" HDRS="$(PHDRS)" \
    INCLUDE="$(INCLUDE) $(IPV6_INCLUDE) $(TLS_INCLUDE)")
  @if $(SHELL) $(SCRIPTS)/newer pcre/libpcre.a exim; then \
    rm -f exim eximon.bin; fi

# The lookups library.

buildlookups:
  @cd lookups; $(MAKE) SHELL=$(SHELL) AR="$(AR)" $(MFLAGS) CC="$(CC)"
CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)" \
    RANLIB="$(RANLIB)" HDRS="$(PHDRS)" \
    INCLUDE="$(INCLUDE) $(IPV6_INCLUDE) $(TLS_INCLUDE) $(LOOKUP_INCLUDE)"; \
  echo " "

# The routers library.

buildrouters:
  @cd routers; $(MAKE) SHELL=$(SHELL) AR="$(AR)" $(MFLAGS) CC="$(CC)"
CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)" \
    RANLIB="$(RANLIB)" HDRS="$(PHDRS)" \
    INCLUDE="$(INCLUDE) $(IPV6_INCLUDE) $(TLS_INCLUDE)"; \
  echo " "

# The transports library.

buildtransports:
  @cd transports; $(MAKE) SHELL=$(SHELL) AR="$(AR)" $(MFLAGS) CC="$(CC)"
CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)" \
    RANLIB="$(RANLIB)" HDRS="$(PHDRS)" \
    INCLUDE="$(INCLUDE) $(IPV6_INCLUDE) $(TLS_INCLUDE)"; \
  echo " "

# The library of authorization modules

buildauths:
  @cd auths; $(MAKE) SHELL=$(SHELL) AR="$(AR)" $(MFLAGS) CC="$(CC)"
CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)" \
    RANLIB="$(RANLIB)" HDRS="$(PHDRS)" \
    INCLUDE="$(INCLUDE) $(IPV6_INCLUDE) $(TLS_INCLUDE)"; \
  echo " "

# The "clean", "install", and "makefile" targets just pass themselves back
to
# the main Exim makefile. These targets will be obeyed only if "make" is
obeyed
# for them in the build directory.

clean install makefile:; cd ..; $(MAKE) $(MFLAGS) build=$(build) $@

# Targets for building stand-alone testing programs for basic testing of
# some of the building blocks. These are not integrated with the makefile-
# building targets. If you change something that is going to cause the
# makefile to be rebuilt, you must run "make makefile" before running one
# of these.

# The testing programs use different versions of some modules - usually
# with bits cut out that are not relevant to the test in hand. For those
# that are used by several tests, we use a different name.

sa-globals.o:    $(HDRS) globals.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DSTAND_ALONE -o sa-globals.o globals.c

sa-os.o:         $(HDRS) os.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) \
          -DFIND_RUNNING_INTERFACES \
          -o sa-os.o os.c

# These are the test targets themselves

test_dbfn:   config.h dbfn.c dummies.o sa-globals.o sa-os.o store.o \
        string.o tod.o version.o
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DSTAND_ALONE dbfn.c
 $(LNCC) -o test_dbfn $(LFLAGS) dbfn.o \
   dummies.o sa-globals.o sa-os.o store.o string.o \
   tod.o version.o $(LIBS) $(DBMLIB)
 rm -f dbfn.o

test_host:   config.h host.c dns.c dummies.o sa-globals.o sa-os.o store.o \
        string.o tod.o tree.o
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DSTAND_ALONE -DTEST_HOST host.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DSTAND_ALONE -DTEST_HOST dns.c
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DSTAND_ALONE -DTEST_HOST dummies.c
 $(LNCC) -o test_host $(LFLAGS) \
   host.o dns.o dummies.o sa-globals.o os.o store.o string.o tod.o tree.o \
   $(LIBS) $(LIBRESOLV)
 rm -f dummies.o  host.o dns.o

test_os:     os.h os.c dummies.o sa-globals.o store.o string.o tod.o
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DSTAND_ALONE os.c
 $(LNCC) -o test_os $(LFLAGS) os.o dummies.o \
   sa-globals.o store.o string.o tod.o $(LIBS)
 rm -f os.o

test_parse:  config.h parse.c dummies.o sa-globals.o \
      store.o string.o tod.o version.o
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DSTAND_ALONE parse.c
 $(LNCC) -o test_parse $(LFLAGS) parse.o \
   dummies.o sa-globals.o store.o string.o tod.o version.o
 rm -f parse.o

test_string: config.h string.c dummies.o sa-globals.o store.o tod.o
 $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDE) -DSTAND_ALONE string.c
 $(LNCC) -o test_string $(LFLAGS) -DSTAND_ALONE string.o \
   dummies.o sa-globals.o store.o tod.o $(LIBS)
 rm -f string.o

# End
======================

Here is the output of "make" that concerns elspy. exim does build

=============================
./Local/elspy.c: In function `lookup_func':
./Local/elspy.c:364: warning: control reaches end of non-void function
./Local/elspy.c: In function `rebuild_recipients_list':
./Local/elspy.c:470: warning: unused variable `e_recip'
./Local/elspy.c: At top level:
./Local/elspy.c:61: warning: `__revision__' defined but not used
=============================




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