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3 #
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10 # Intel Corporation.
11 #
12 # Filename: target.template
13 #
14 # ALL Paths are Relative to WORKSPACE
15
16 # Separate multiple LIST entries with a SINGLE SPACE character, do not use comma characters.
17 # Un-set an option by either commenting out the line, or not setting a value.
18
19 #
20 # PROPERTY Type Use Description
21 # ---------------- -------- -------- -----------------------------------------------------------
22 # ACTIVE_PLATFORM Filename Recommended Specify the WORKSPACE relative Path and Filename
23 # of the platform FPD file that will be used for the build
24 # This line is required if and only if the current working
25 # directory does not contain one or more FPD files.
26
27 ACTIVE_PLATFORM = EdkUnixPkg/Unix.fpd
28
29 # TARGET List Optional Zero or more of the following: DEBUG, RELEASE,
30 # UserDefined; separated by a space character.
31 # If the line is missing or no value is specified, all
32 # valid targets specified in the FPD file will attempt
33 # to be built. The following line will build all platform
34 # targets.
35 # TARGET =
36
37 # TARGET_ARCH List Optional What kind of architecture is the binary being target for.
38 # One, or more, of the following, IA32, IA64, X64, EBC or ARM.
39 # Multiple values can be specified on a single line, using
40 # space charaters to separate the values. These are used
41 # during the parsing of an FPD file, restricting the build
42 # output target(s.)
43 # The Build Target ARCH is determined by a logical AND of:
44 # FPD BuildOptions: <SupportedArchitectures> tag
45 # If not specified, then all valid architectures specified
46 # in the FPD file, for which tools are available, will be
47 # built.
48 #TARGET_ARCH =
49
50 # TOOL_DEFINITION_FILE Filename Optional Specify the name of the filename to use for specifying
51 # the tools to use for the build. If not specified,
52 # tools_def.txt will be used for the build. This file
53 # MUST be located in the WORKSPACE/Tools/Conf directory.
54 TOOL_CHAIN_CONF = Tools/Conf/tools_def.txt
55
56 # TAGNAME List Optional Specify the name(s) of the tools_def.txt TagName to use.
57 # If not specified, all applicable TagName tools will be
58 # used for the build. The list uses space character separation.
59 TOOL_CHAIN_TAG = UNIXPKGCYGWINGCC
60
61 # MULTIPLE_THREAD FLAG Optional Flag to enable multi-thread build. If not specified, default
62 # is "Disable". If your computer is multi-core or multiple CPUs,
63 # enabling this feature will bring much benefit. For multi-thread
64 # built, the log will write to ${BUILD_DIR}/build.log.
65 # This feature is only for PLATFORM build, and clean, cleanall or
66 # stand-alone module build is still using the normal way.
67 MULTIPLE_THREAD = Enable
68
69 # MAX_CONCURRENT_THREAD_NUMBER NUMBER Optional The number of concurrent threads. Default is 2. Recommend to
70 # set this value to one more than the number of your compurter
71 # cores or CPUs.
72 MAX_CONCURRENT_THREAD_NUMBER = 2
73 TARGET = DEBUG
74 TARGET_ARCH =
75 ACTIVE_PLATFORM =