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make/autoconf/spec.gmk.in

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*** 135,10 ***
--- 135,19 ---
  LIBDL:=@LIBDL@
  
  WINENV_ROOT := @WINENV_ROOT@
  WINENV_PREFIX := @WINENV_PREFIX@
  
+ ENABLE_LIBCLANG:=@ENABLE_LIBCLANG@
+ CLANG_LIB_PATH:=@CLANG_LIB_PATH@
+ CLANG_INCLUDE_PATH:=@CLANG_INCLUDE_PATH@
+ CLANG_INCLUDE_AUX_PATH:=@CLANG_INCLUDE_AUX_PATH@
+ CLANG_LIBNAME:=@CLANG_LIBNAME@
+ LIBCLANG_CPPFLAGS:=@LIBCLANG_CPPFLAGS@
+ LIBCLANG_LDFLAGS:=@LIBCLANG_LDFLAGS@
+ LIBCLANG_LIBS:=@LIBCLANG_LIBS@
+ 
  ifneq ($(findstring windows.wsl, @OPENJDK_BUILD_OS_ENV@), )
    # Tell WSL to convert PATH between linux and windows
    export WSLENV := PATH/l
  else ifeq (@OPENJDK_BUILD_OS_ENV@, windows.msys2)
    # Prohibit msys2 from attemping any path wrangling

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--- 619,11 ---
  SHARED_LIBRARY_FLAGS=@SHARED_LIBRARY_FLAGS@
  
  # Set origin using the linker, ie use the relative path to the dependent library to find the dependees.
  # (Note absence of := assignment, because we do not want to evaluate the macro body here)
  SET_SHARED_LIBRARY_ORIGIN=@SET_SHARED_LIBRARY_ORIGIN@
+ SET_JCLANG_LIBRARY_ORIGIN=@SET_JCLANG_LIBRARY_ORIGIN@
  SET_EXECUTABLE_ORIGIN=@SET_EXECUTABLE_ORIGIN@
  
  # Different OS:es have different ways of naming shared libraries.
  # The SHARED_LIBRARY macro takes "verify" as and argument and returns:
  #    "libverify.so" or "libverify.dylib" or "verify.dll" depending on platform.
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