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#! /bin/sh
## DO NOT EDIT - This file generated from ./build-aux/ltmain.in
## by inline-source v2014-01-03.01
# libtool (GNU libtool) 2.4.6
# Provide generalized library-building support services.
# Written by Gordon Matzigkeit <gord@gnu.ai.mit.edu>, 1996
# Copyright (C) 1996-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
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# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# As a special exception to the GNU General Public License,
# if you distribute this file as part of a program or library that
# is built using GNU Libtool, you may include this file under the
# same distribution terms that you use for the rest of that program.
#
# GNU Libtool is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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# General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
PROGRAM=libtool
PACKAGE=libtool
VERSION=2.4.6
package_revision=2.4.6
## ------ ##
## Usage. ##
## ------ ##
# Run './libtool --help' for help with using this script from the
# command line.
## ------------------------------- ##
## User overridable command paths. ##
## ------------------------------- ##
# After configure completes, it has a better idea of some of the
# shell tools we need than the defaults used by the functions shared
# with bootstrap, so set those here where they can still be over-
# ridden by the user, but otherwise take precedence.
: ${AUTOCONF="autoconf"}
: ${AUTOMAKE="automake"}
## -------------------------- ##
## Source external libraries. ##
## -------------------------- ##
# Much of our low-level functionality needs to be sourced from external
# libraries, which are installed to $pkgauxdir.
# Set a version string for this script.
scriptversion=2015-01-20.17; # UTC
# General shell script boiler plate, and helper functions.
# Written by Gary V. Vaughan, 2004
# Copyright (C) 2004-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
# warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# As a special exception to the GNU General Public License, if you distribute
# this file as part of a program or library that is built using GNU Libtool,
# you may include this file under the same distribution terms that you use
# for the rest of that program.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNES FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
# General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
# Please report bugs or propose patches to gary@gnu.org.
## ------ ##
## Usage. ##
## ------ ##
# Evaluate this file near the top of your script to gain access to
# the functions and variables defined here:
#
# . `echo "$0" | ${SED-sed} 's|[^/]*$||'`/build-aux/funclib.sh
#
# If you need to override any of the default environment variable
# settings, do that before evaluating this file.
## -------------------- ##
## Shell normalisation. ##
## -------------------- ##
# Some shells need a little help to be as Bourne compatible as possible.
# Before doing anything else, make sure all that help has been provided!
DUALCASE=1; export DUALCASE # for MKS sh
if test -n "${ZSH_VERSION+set}" && (emulate sh) >/dev/null 2>&1; then :
emulate sh
NULLCMD=:
# Pre-4.2 versions of Zsh do word splitting on ${1+"$@"}, which
# is contrary to our usage. Disable this feature.
alias -g '${1+"$@"}'='"$@"'
setopt NO_GLOB_SUBST
else
case `(set -o) 2>/dev/null` in *posix*) set -o posix ;; esac
fi
# NLS nuisances: We save the old values in case they are required later.
_G_user_locale=
_G_safe_locale=
for _G_var in LANG LANGUAGE LC_ALL LC_CTYPE LC_COLLATE LC_MESSAGES
do
eval "if test set = \"\${$_G_var+set}\"; then
save_$_G_var=\$$_G_var
$_G_var=C
export $_G_var
_G_user_locale=\"$_G_var=\\\$save_\$_G_var; \$_G_user_locale\"
_G_safe_locale=\"$_G_var=C; \$_G_safe_locale\"
fi"
done
# CDPATH.
(unset CDPATH) >/dev/null 2>&1 && unset CDPATH
# Make sure IFS has a sensible default
sp=' '
nl='
'
IFS="$sp $nl"
# There are apparently some retarded systems that use ';' as a PATH separator!
if test "${PATH_SEPARATOR+set}" != set; then
PATH_SEPARATOR=:
(PATH='/bin;/bin'; FPATH=$PATH; sh -c :) >/dev/null 2>&1 && {
(PATH='/bin:/bin'; FPATH=$PATH; sh -c :) >/dev/null 2>&1 ||
PATH_SEPARATOR=';'
}
fi
## ------------------------- ##
## Locate command utilities. ##
## ------------------------- ##
# func_executable_p FILE
# ----------------------
# Check that FILE is an executable regular file.
func_executable_p ()
{
test -f "$1" && test -x "$1"
}
# func_path_progs PROGS_LIST CHECK_FUNC [PATH]
# --------------------------------------------
# Search for either a program that responds to --version with output
# containing "GNU", or else returned by CHECK_FUNC otherwise, by
# trying all the directories in PATH with each of the elements of
# PROGS_LIST.
#
# CHECK_FUNC should accept the path to a candidate program, and
# set $func_check_prog_result if it truncates its output less than
# $_G_path_prog_max characters.
func_path_progs ()
{
_G_progs_list=$1
_G_check_func=$2
_G_PATH=${3-"$PATH"}
_G_path_prog_max=0
_G_path_prog_found=false
_G_save_IFS=$IFS; IFS=${PATH_SEPARATOR-:}
for _G_dir in $_G_PATH; do
IFS=$_G_save_IFS
test -z "$_G_dir" && _G_dir=.
for _G_prog_name in $_G_progs_list; do
for _exeext in '' .EXE; do
_G_path_prog=$_G_dir/$_G_prog_name$_exeext
func_executable_p "$_G_path_prog" || continue
case `"$_G_path_prog" --version 2>&1` in
*GNU*) func_path_progs_result=$_G_path_prog _G_path_prog_found=: ;;
*) $_G_check_func $_G_path_prog
func_path_progs_result=$func_check_prog_result
;;
esac
$_G_path_prog_found && break 3
done
done
done
IFS=$_G_save_IFS
test -z "$func_path_progs_result" && {
echo "no acceptable sed could be found in \$PATH" >&2
exit 1
}
}
# We want to be able to use the functions in this file before configure
# has figured out where the best binaries are kept, which means we have
# to search for them ourselves - except when the results are already set
# where we skip the searches.
# Unless the user overrides by setting SED, search the path for either GNU
# sed, or the sed that truncates its output the least.
test -z "$SED" && {
_G_sed_script=s/aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa/bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb/
for _G_i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7; do
_G_sed_script=$_G_sed_script$nl$_G_sed_script
done
echo "$_G_sed_script" 2>/dev/null | sed 99q >conftest.sed
_G_sed_script=
func_check_prog_sed ()
{
_G_path_prog=$1
_G_count=0
printf 0123456789 >conftest.in
while :
do
cat conftest.in conftest.in >conftest.tmp
mv conftest.tmp conftest.in
cp conftest.in conftest.nl
echo '' >> conftest.nl
"$_G_path_prog" -f conftest.sed <conftest.nl >conftest.out 2>/dev/null || break
diff conftest.out conftest.nl >/dev/null 2>&1 || break
_G_count=`expr $_G_count + 1`
if test "$_G_count" -gt "$_G_path_prog_max"; then
# Best one so far, save it but keep looking for a better one
func_check_prog_result=$_G_path_prog
_G_path_prog_max=$_G_count
fi
# 10*(2^10) chars as input seems more than enough
test 10 -lt "$_G_count" && break
done
rm -f conftest.in conftest.tmp conftest.nl conftest.out
}
func_path_progs "sed gsed" func_check_prog_sed $PATH:/usr/xpg4/bin
rm -f conftest.sed
SED=$func_path_progs_result
}
# Unless the user overrides by setting GREP, search the path for either GNU
# grep, or the grep that truncates its output the least.
test -z "$GREP" && {
func_check_prog_grep ()
{
_G_path_prog=$1
_G_count=0
_G_path_prog_max=0
printf 0123456789 >conftest.in
while :
do
cat conftest.in conftest.in >conftest.tmp
mv conftest.tmp conftest.in
cp conftest.in conftest.nl
echo 'GREP' >> conftest.nl
"$_G_path_prog" -e 'GREP$' -e '-(cannot match)-' <conftest.nl >conftest.out 2>/dev/null || break
diff conftest.out conftest.nl >/dev/null 2>&1 || break
_G_count=`expr $_G_count + 1`
if test "$_G_count" -gt "$_G_path_prog_max"; then
# Best one so far, save it but keep looking for a better one
func_check_prog_result=$_G_path_prog
_G_path_prog_max=$_G_count
fi
# 10*(2^10) chars as input seems more than enough
test 10 -lt "$_G_count" && break
done
rm -f conftest.in conftest.tmp conftest.nl conftest.out
}
func_path_progs "grep ggrep" func_check_prog_grep $PATH:/usr/xpg4/bin
GREP=$func_path_progs_result
}
## ------------------------------- ##
## User overridable command paths. ##
## ------------------------------- ##
# All uppercase variable names are used for environment variables. These
# variables can be overridden by the user before calling a script that
# uses them if a suitable command of that name is not already available
# in the command search PATH.
: ${CP="cp -f"}
: ${ECHO="printf %s\n"}
: ${EGREP="$GREP -E"}
: ${FGREP="$GREP -F"}
: ${LN_S="ln -s"}
: ${MAKE="make"}
: ${MKDIR="mkdir"}
: ${MV="mv -f"}
: ${RM="rm -f"}
: ${SHELL="${CONFIG_SHELL-/bin/sh}"}
## -------------------- ##
## Useful sed snippets. ##
## -------------------- ##
sed_dirname='s|/[^/]*$||'
sed_basename='s|^.*/||'
# Sed substitution that helps us do robust quoting. It backslashifies
# metacharacters that are still active within double-quoted strings.
sed_quote_subst='s|\([`"$\\]\)|\\\1|g'
# Same as above, but do not quote variable references.
sed_double_quote_subst='s/\(["`\\]\)/\\\1/g'
# Sed substitution that turns a string into a regex matching for the
# string literally.
sed_make_literal_regex='s|[].[^$\\*\/]|\\&|g'
# Sed substitution that converts a w32 file name or path
# that contains forward slashes, into one that contains
# (escaped) backslashes. A very naive implementation.
sed_naive_backslashify='s|\\\\*|\\|g;s|/|\\|g;s|\\|\\\\|g'
# Re-'\' parameter expansions in output of sed_double_quote_subst that
# were '\'-ed in input to the same. If an odd number of '\' preceded a
# '$' in input to sed_double_quote_subst, that '$' was protected from
# expansion. Since each input '\' is now two '\'s, look for any number
# of runs of four '\'s followed by two '\'s and then a '$'. '\' that '$'.
_G_bs='\\'
_G_bs2='\\\\'
_G_bs4='\\\\\\\\'
_G_dollar='\$'
sed_double_backslash="\
s/$_G_bs4/&\\
/g
s/^$_G_bs2$_G_dollar/$_G_bs&/
s/\\([^$_G_bs]\\)$_G_bs2$_G_dollar/\\1$_G_bs2$_G_bs$_G_dollar/g
s/\n//g"
## ----------------- ##
## Global variables. ##
## ----------------- ##
# Except for the global variables explicitly listed below, the following
# functions in the '^func_' namespace, and the '^require_' namespace
# variables initialised in the 'Resource management' section, sourcing
# this file will not pollute your global namespace with anything
# else. There's no portable way to scope variables in Bourne shell
# though, so actually running these functions will sometimes place
# results into a variable named after the function, and often use
# temporary variables in the '^_G_' namespace. If you are careful to
# avoid using those namespaces casually in your sourcing script, things
# should continue to work as you expect. And, of course, you can freely
# overwrite any of the functions or variables defined here before
# calling anything to customize them.
EXIT_SUCCESS=0
EXIT_FAILURE=1
EXIT_MISMATCH=63 # $? = 63 is used to indicate version mismatch to missing.
EXIT_SKIP=77 # $? = 77 is used to indicate a skipped test to automake.
# Allow overriding, eg assuming that you follow the convention of
# putting '$debug_cmd' at the start of all your functions, you can get
# bash to show function call trace with:
#
# debug_cmd='eval echo "${FUNCNAME[0]} $*" >&2' bash your-script-name
debug_cmd=${debug_cmd-":"}
exit_cmd=:
# By convention, finish your script with:
#
# exit $exit_status
#
# so that you can set exit_status to non-zero if you want to indicate
# something went wrong during execution without actually bailing out at
# the point of failure.
exit_status=$EXIT_SUCCESS
# Work around backward compatibility issue on IRIX 6.5. On IRIX 6.4+, sh
# is ksh but when the shell is invoked as "sh" and the current value of
# the _XPG environment variable is not equal to 1 (one), the special
# positional parameter $0, within a function call, is the name of the
# function.
progpath=$0
# The name of this program.
progname=`$ECHO "$progpath" |$SED "$sed_basename"`
# Make sure we have an absolute progpath for reexecution:
case $progpath in
[\\/]*|[A-Za-z]:\\*) ;;
*[\\/]*)
progdir=`$ECHO "$progpath" |$SED "$sed_dirname"`
progdir=`cd "$progdir" && pwd`
progpath=$progdir/$progname
;;
*)
_G_IFS=$IFS
IFS=${PATH_SEPARATOR-:}
for progdir in $PATH; do
IFS=$_G_IFS
test -x "$progdir/$progname" && break
done
IFS=$_G_IFS
test -n "$progdir" || progdir=`pwd`
progpath=$progdir/$progname
;;
esac
## ----------------- ##
## Standard options. ##
## ----------------- ##
# The following options affect the operation of the functions defined
# below, and should be set appropriately depending on run-time para-
# meters passed on the command line.
opt_dry_run=false
opt_quiet=false
opt_verbose=false
# Categories 'all' and 'none' are always available. Append any others
# you will pass as the first argument to func_warning from your own
# code.
warning_categories=
# By default, display warnings according to 'opt_warning_types'. Set
# 'warning_func' to ':' to elide all warnings, or func_fatal_error to
# treat the next displayed warning as a fatal error.
warning_func=func_warn_and_continue
# Set to 'all' to display all warnings, 'none' to suppress all
# warnings, or a space delimited list of some subset of
# 'warning_categories' to display only the listed warnings.
opt_warning_types=all
## -------------------- ##
## Resource management. ##
## -------------------- ##
# This section contains definitions for functions that each ensure a
# particular resource (a file, or a non-empty configuration variable for
# example) is available, and if appropriate to extract default values
# from pertinent package files. Call them using their associated
# 'require_*' variable to ensure that they are executed, at most, once.
#
# It's entirely deliberate that calling these functions can set
# variables that don't obey the namespace limitations obeyed by the rest
# of this file, in order that that they be as useful as possible to
# callers.
# require_term_colors
# -------------------
# Allow display of bold text on terminals that support it.
require_term_colors=func_require_term_colors
func_require_term_colors ()
{
$debug_cmd
test -t 1 && {
# COLORTERM and USE_ANSI_COLORS environment variables take
# precedence, because most terminfo databases neglect to describe
# whether color sequences are supported.
test -n "${COLORTERM+set}" && : ${USE_ANSI_COLORS="1"}
if test 1 = "$USE_ANSI_COLORS"; then
# Standard ANSI escape sequences
tc_reset=''
tc_bold=''; tc_standout=''
tc_red=''; tc_green=''
tc_blue=''; tc_cyan=''
else
# Otherwise trust the terminfo database after all.
test -n "`tput sgr0 2>/dev/null`" && {
tc_reset=`tput sgr0`
test -n "`tput bold 2>/dev/null`" && tc_bold=`tput bold`
tc_standout=$tc_bold
test -n "`tput smso 2>/dev/null`" && tc_standout=`tput smso`
test -n "`tput setaf 1 2>/dev/null`" && tc_red=`tput setaf 1`
test -n "`tput setaf 2 2>/dev/null`" && tc_green=`tput setaf 2`
test -n "`tput setaf 4 2>/dev/null`" && tc_blue=`tput setaf 4`
test -n "`tput setaf 5 2>/dev/null`" && tc_cyan=`tput setaf 5`
}
fi
}
require_term_colors=:
}
## ----------------- ##
## Function library. ##
## ----------------- ##
# This section contains a variety of useful functions to call in your
# scripts. Take note of the portable wrappers for features provided by
# some modern shells, which will fall back to slower equivalents on
# less featureful shells.
# func_append VAR VALUE
# ---------------------
# Append VALUE onto the existing contents of VAR.
# We should try to minimise forks, especially on Windows where they are
# unreasonably slow, so skip the feature probes when bash or zsh are
# being used:
if test set = "${BASH_VERSION+set}${ZSH_VERSION+set}"; then
: ${_G_HAVE_ARITH_OP="yes"}
: ${_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS="yes"}
# The += operator was introduced in bash 3.1
case $BASH_VERSION in
[12].* | 3.0 | 3.0*) ;;
*)
: ${_G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP="yes"}
;;
esac
fi
# _G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP
# Can be empty, in which case the shell is probed, "yes" if += is
# useable or anything else if it does not work.
test -z "$_G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP" \
&& (eval 'x=a; x+=" b"; test "a b" = "$x"') 2>/dev/null \
&& _G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP=yes
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP"
then
# This is an XSI compatible shell, allowing a faster implementation...
eval 'func_append ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval "$1+=\$2"
}'
else
# ...otherwise fall back to using expr, which is often a shell builtin.
func_append ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval "$1=\$$1\$2"
}
fi
# func_append_quoted VAR VALUE
# ----------------------------
# Quote VALUE and append to the end of shell variable VAR, separated
# by a space.
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP"; then
eval 'func_append_quoted ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_quote_for_eval "$2"
eval "$1+=\\ \$func_quote_for_eval_result"
}'
else
func_append_quoted ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_quote_for_eval "$2"
eval "$1=\$$1\\ \$func_quote_for_eval_result"
}
fi
# func_append_uniq VAR VALUE
# --------------------------
# Append unique VALUE onto the existing contents of VAR, assuming
# entries are delimited by the first character of VALUE. For example:
#
# func_append_uniq options " --another-option option-argument"
#
# will only append to $options if " --another-option option-argument "
# is not already present somewhere in $options already (note spaces at
# each end implied by leading space in second argument).
func_append_uniq ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval _G_current_value='`$ECHO $'$1'`'
_G_delim=`expr "$2" : '\(.\)'`
case $_G_delim$_G_current_value$_G_delim in
*"$2$_G_delim"*) ;;
*) func_append "$@" ;;
esac
}
# func_arith TERM...
# ------------------
# Set func_arith_result to the result of evaluating TERMs.
test -z "$_G_HAVE_ARITH_OP" \
&& (eval 'test 2 = $(( 1 + 1 ))') 2>/dev/null \
&& _G_HAVE_ARITH_OP=yes
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_ARITH_OP"; then
eval 'func_arith ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_arith_result=$(( $* ))
}'
else
func_arith ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_arith_result=`expr "$@"`
}
fi
# func_basename FILE
# ------------------
# Set func_basename_result to FILE with everything up to and including
# the last / stripped.
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS"; then
# If this shell supports suffix pattern removal, then use it to avoid
# forking. Hide the definitions single quotes in case the shell chokes
# on unsupported syntax...
_b='func_basename_result=${1##*/}'
_d='case $1 in
*/*) func_dirname_result=${1%/*}$2 ;;
* ) func_dirname_result=$3 ;;
esac'
else
# ...otherwise fall back to using sed.
_b='func_basename_result=`$ECHO "$1" |$SED "$sed_basename"`'
_d='func_dirname_result=`$ECHO "$1" |$SED "$sed_dirname"`
if test "X$func_dirname_result" = "X$1"; then
func_dirname_result=$3
else
func_append func_dirname_result "$2"
fi'
fi
eval 'func_basename ()
{
$debug_cmd
'"$_b"'
}'
# func_dirname FILE APPEND NONDIR_REPLACEMENT
# -------------------------------------------
# Compute the dirname of FILE. If nonempty, add APPEND to the result,
# otherwise set result to NONDIR_REPLACEMENT.
eval 'func_dirname ()
{
$debug_cmd
'"$_d"'
}'
# func_dirname_and_basename FILE APPEND NONDIR_REPLACEMENT
# --------------------------------------------------------
# Perform func_basename and func_dirname in a single function
# call:
# dirname: Compute the dirname of FILE. If nonempty,
# add APPEND to the result, otherwise set result
# to NONDIR_REPLACEMENT.
# value returned in "$func_dirname_result"
# basename: Compute filename of FILE.
# value retuned in "$func_basename_result"
# For efficiency, we do not delegate to the functions above but instead
# duplicate the functionality here.
eval 'func_dirname_and_basename ()
{
$debug_cmd
'"$_b"'
'"$_d"'
}'
# func_echo ARG...
# ----------------
# Echo program name prefixed message.
func_echo ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_message=$*
func_echo_IFS=$IFS
IFS=$nl
for _G_line in $_G_message; do
IFS=$func_echo_IFS
$ECHO "$progname: $_G_line"
done
IFS=$func_echo_IFS
}
# func_echo_all ARG...
# --------------------
# Invoke $ECHO with all args, space-separated.
func_echo_all ()
{
$ECHO "$*"
}
# func_echo_infix_1 INFIX ARG...
# ------------------------------
# Echo program name, followed by INFIX on the first line, with any
# additional lines not showing INFIX.
func_echo_infix_1 ()
{
$debug_cmd
$require_term_colors
_G_infix=$1; shift
_G_indent=$_G_infix
_G_prefix="$progname: $_G_infix: "
_G_message=$*
# Strip color escape sequences before counting printable length
for _G_tc in "$tc_reset" "$tc_bold" "$tc_standout" "$tc_red" "$tc_green" "$tc_blue" "$tc_cyan"
do
test -n "$_G_tc" && {
_G_esc_tc=`$ECHO "$_G_tc" | $SED "$sed_make_literal_regex"`
_G_indent=`$ECHO "$_G_indent" | $SED "s|$_G_esc_tc||g"`
}
done
_G_indent="$progname: "`echo "$_G_indent" | $SED 's|.| |g'`" " ## exclude from sc_prohibit_nested_quotes
func_echo_infix_1_IFS=$IFS
IFS=$nl
for _G_line in $_G_message; do
IFS=$func_echo_infix_1_IFS
$ECHO "$_G_prefix$tc_bold$_G_line$tc_reset" >&2
_G_prefix=$_G_indent
done
IFS=$func_echo_infix_1_IFS
}
# func_error ARG...
# -----------------
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error.
func_error ()
{
$debug_cmd
$require_term_colors
func_echo_infix_1 " $tc_standout${tc_red}error$tc_reset" "$*" >&2
}
# func_fatal_error ARG...
# -----------------------
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error, and exit.
func_fatal_error ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_error "$*"
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
}
# func_grep EXPRESSION FILENAME
# -----------------------------
# Check whether EXPRESSION matches any line of FILENAME, without output.
func_grep ()
{
$debug_cmd
$GREP "$1" "$2" >/dev/null 2>&1
}
# func_len STRING
# ---------------
# Set func_len_result to the length of STRING. STRING may not
# start with a hyphen.
test -z "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS" \
&& (eval 'x=a/b/c;
test 5aa/bb/cc = "${#x}${x%%/*}${x%/*}${x#*/}${x##*/}"') 2>/dev/null \
&& _G_HAVE_XSI_OPS=yes
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS"; then
eval 'func_len ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_len_result=${#1}
}'
else
func_len ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_len_result=`expr "$1" : ".*" 2>/dev/null || echo $max_cmd_len`
}
fi
# func_mkdir_p DIRECTORY-PATH
# ---------------------------
# Make sure the entire path to DIRECTORY-PATH is available.
func_mkdir_p ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_directory_path=$1
_G_dir_list=
if test -n "$_G_directory_path" && test : != "$opt_dry_run"; then
# Protect directory names starting with '-'
case $_G_directory_path in
-*) _G_directory_path=./$_G_directory_path ;;
esac
# While some portion of DIR does not yet exist...
while test ! -d "$_G_directory_path"; do
# ...make a list in topmost first order. Use a colon delimited
# list incase some portion of path contains whitespace.
_G_dir_list=$_G_directory_path:$_G_dir_list
# If the last portion added has no slash in it, the list is done
case $_G_directory_path in */*) ;; *) break ;; esac
# ...otherwise throw away the child directory and loop
_G_directory_path=`$ECHO "$_G_directory_path" | $SED -e "$sed_dirname"`
done
_G_dir_list=`$ECHO "$_G_dir_list" | $SED 's|:*$||'`
func_mkdir_p_IFS=$IFS; IFS=:
for _G_dir in $_G_dir_list; do
IFS=$func_mkdir_p_IFS
# mkdir can fail with a 'File exist' error if two processes
# try to create one of the directories concurrently. Don't
# stop in that case!
$MKDIR "$_G_dir" 2>/dev/null || :
done
IFS=$func_mkdir_p_IFS
# Bail out if we (or some other process) failed to create a directory.
test -d "$_G_directory_path" || \
func_fatal_error "Failed to create '$1'"
fi
}
# func_mktempdir [BASENAME]
# -------------------------
# Make a temporary directory that won't clash with other running
# libtool processes, and avoids race conditions if possible. If
# given, BASENAME is the basename for that directory.
func_mktempdir ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_template=${TMPDIR-/tmp}/${1-$progname}
if test : = "$opt_dry_run"; then
# Return a directory name, but don't create it in dry-run mode
_G_tmpdir=$_G_template-$$
else
# If mktemp works, use that first and foremost
_G_tmpdir=`mktemp -d "$_G_template-XXXXXXXX" 2>/dev/null`
if test ! -d "$_G_tmpdir"; then
# Failing that, at least try and use $RANDOM to avoid a race
_G_tmpdir=$_G_template-${RANDOM-0}$$
func_mktempdir_umask=`umask`
umask 0077
$MKDIR "$_G_tmpdir"
umask $func_mktempdir_umask
fi
# If we're not in dry-run mode, bomb out on failure
test -d "$_G_tmpdir" || \
func_fatal_error "cannot create temporary directory '$_G_tmpdir'"
fi
$ECHO "$_G_tmpdir"
}
# func_normal_abspath PATH
# ------------------------
# Remove doubled-up and trailing slashes, "." path components,
# and cancel out any ".." path components in PATH after making
# it an absolute path.
func_normal_abspath ()
{
$debug_cmd
# These SED scripts presuppose an absolute path with a trailing slash.
_G_pathcar='s|^/\([^/]*\).*$|\1|'
_G_pathcdr='s|^/[^/]*||'
_G_removedotparts=':dotsl
s|/\./|/|g
t dotsl
s|/\.$|/|'
_G_collapseslashes='s|/\{1,\}|/|g'
_G_finalslash='s|/*$|/|'
# Start from root dir and reassemble the path.
func_normal_abspath_result=
func_normal_abspath_tpath=$1
func_normal_abspath_altnamespace=
case $func_normal_abspath_tpath in
"")
# Empty path, that just means $cwd.
func_stripname '' '/' "`pwd`"
func_normal_abspath_result=$func_stripname_result
return
;;
# The next three entries are used to spot a run of precisely
# two leading slashes without using negated character classes;
# we take advantage of case's first-match behaviour.
///*)
# Unusual form of absolute path, do nothing.
;;
//*)
# Not necessarily an ordinary path; POSIX reserves leading '//'
# and for example Cygwin uses it to access remote file shares
# over CIFS/SMB, so we conserve a leading double slash if found.
func_normal_abspath_altnamespace=/
;;
/*)
# Absolute path, do nothing.
;;
*)
# Relative path, prepend $cwd.
func_normal_abspath_tpath=`pwd`/$func_normal_abspath_tpath
;;
esac
# Cancel out all the simple stuff to save iterations. We also want
# the path to end with a slash for ease of parsing, so make sure
# there is one (and only one) here.
func_normal_abspath_tpath=`$ECHO "$func_normal_abspath_tpath" | $SED \
-e "$_G_removedotparts" -e "$_G_collapseslashes" -e "$_G_finalslash"`
while :; do
# Processed it all yet?
if test / = "$func_normal_abspath_tpath"; then
# If we ascended to the root using ".." the result may be empty now.
if test -z "$func_normal_abspath_result"; then
func_normal_abspath_result=/
fi
break
fi
func_normal_abspath_tcomponent=`$ECHO "$func_normal_abspath_tpath" | $SED \
-e "$_G_pathcar"`
func_normal_abspath_tpath=`$ECHO "$func_normal_abspath_tpath" | $SED \
-e "$_G_pathcdr"`
# Figure out what to do with it
case $func_normal_abspath_tcomponent in
"")
# Trailing empty path component, ignore it.
;;
..)
# Parent dir; strip last assembled component from result.
func_dirname "$func_normal_abspath_result"
func_normal_abspath_result=$func_dirname_result
;;
*)
# Actual path component, append it.
func_append func_normal_abspath_result "/$func_normal_abspath_tcomponent"
;;
esac
done
# Restore leading double-slash if one was found on entry.
func_normal_abspath_result=$func_normal_abspath_altnamespace$func_normal_abspath_result
}
# func_notquiet ARG...
# --------------------
# Echo program name prefixed message only when not in quiet mode.
func_notquiet ()
{
$debug_cmd
$opt_quiet || func_echo ${1+"$@"}
# A bug in bash halts the script if the last line of a function
# fails when set -e is in force, so we need another command to
# work around that:
:
}
# func_relative_path SRCDIR DSTDIR
# --------------------------------
# Set func_relative_path_result to the relative path from SRCDIR to DSTDIR.
func_relative_path ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_relative_path_result=
func_normal_abspath "$1"
func_relative_path_tlibdir=$func_normal_abspath_result
func_normal_abspath "$2"
func_relative_path_tbindir=$func_normal_abspath_result
# Ascend the tree starting from libdir
while :; do
# check if we have found a prefix of bindir
case $func_relative_path_tbindir in
$func_relative_path_tlibdir)
# found an exact match
func_relative_path_tcancelled=
break
;;
$func_relative_path_tlibdir*)
# found a matching prefix
func_stripname "$func_relative_path_tlibdir" '' "$func_relative_path_tbindir"
func_relative_path_tcancelled=$func_stripname_result
if test -z "$func_relative_path_result"; then
func_relative_path_result=.
fi
break
;;
*)
func_dirname $func_relative_path_tlibdir
func_relative_path_tlibdir=$func_dirname_result
if test -z "$func_relative_path_tlibdir"; then
# Have to descend all the way to the root!
func_relative_path_result=../$func_relative_path_result
func_relative_path_tcancelled=$func_relative_path_tbindir
break
fi
func_relative_path_result=../$func_relative_path_result
;;
esac
done
# Now calculate path; take care to avoid doubling-up slashes.
func_stripname '' '/' "$func_relative_path_result"
func_relative_path_result=$func_stripname_result
func_stripname '/' '/' "$func_relative_path_tcancelled"
if test -n "$func_stripname_result"; then
func_append func_relative_path_result "/$func_stripname_result"
fi
# Normalisation. If bindir is libdir, return '.' else relative path.
if test -n "$func_relative_path_result"; then
func_stripname './' '' "$func_relative_path_result"
func_relative_path_result=$func_stripname_result
fi
test -n "$func_relative_path_result" || func_relative_path_result=.
:
}
# func_quote_for_eval ARG...
# --------------------------
# Aesthetically quote ARGs to be evaled later.
# This function returns two values:
# i) func_quote_for_eval_result
# double-quoted, suitable for a subsequent eval
# ii) func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result
# has all characters that are still active within double
# quotes backslashified.
func_quote_for_eval ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result=
func_quote_for_eval_result=
while test 0 -lt $#; do
case $1 in
*[\\\`\"\$]*)
_G_unquoted_arg=`printf '%s\n' "$1" |$SED "$sed_quote_subst"` ;;
*)
_G_unquoted_arg=$1 ;;
esac
if test -n "$func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result"; then
func_append func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result " $_G_unquoted_arg"
else
func_append func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result "$_G_unquoted_arg"
fi
case $_G_unquoted_arg in
# Double-quote args containing shell metacharacters to delay
# word splitting, command substitution and variable expansion
# for a subsequent eval.
# Many Bourne shells cannot handle close brackets correctly
# in scan sets, so we specify it separately.
*[\[\~\#\^\&\*\(\)\{\}\|\;\<\>\?\'\ \ ]*|*]*|"")
_G_quoted_arg=\"$_G_unquoted_arg\"
;;
*)
_G_quoted_arg=$_G_unquoted_arg
;;
esac
if test -n "$func_quote_for_eval_result"; then
func_append func_quote_for_eval_result " $_G_quoted_arg"
else
func_append func_quote_for_eval_result "$_G_quoted_arg"
fi
shift
done
}
# func_quote_for_expand ARG
# -------------------------
# Aesthetically quote ARG to be evaled later; same as above,
# but do not quote variable references.
func_quote_for_expand ()
{
$debug_cmd
case $1 in
*[\\\`\"]*)
_G_arg=`$ECHO "$1" | $SED \
-e "$sed_double_quote_subst" -e "$sed_double_backslash"` ;;
*)
_G_arg=$1 ;;
esac
case $_G_arg in
# Double-quote args containing shell metacharacters to delay
# word splitting and command substitution for a subsequent eval.
# Many Bourne shells cannot handle close brackets correctly
# in scan sets, so we specify it separately.
*[\[\~\#\^\&\*\(\)\{\}\|\;\<\>\?\'\ \ ]*|*]*|"")
_G_arg=\"$_G_arg\"
;;
esac
func_quote_for_expand_result=$_G_arg
}
# func_stripname PREFIX SUFFIX NAME
# ---------------------------------
# strip PREFIX and SUFFIX from NAME, and store in func_stripname_result.
# PREFIX and SUFFIX must not contain globbing or regex special
# characters, hashes, percent signs, but SUFFIX may contain a leading
# dot (in which case that matches only a dot).
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS"; then
eval 'func_stripname ()
{
$debug_cmd
# pdksh 5.2.14 does not do ${X%$Y} correctly if both X and Y are
# positional parameters, so assign one to ordinary variable first.
func_stripname_result=$3
func_stripname_result=${func_stripname_result#"$1"}
func_stripname_result=${func_stripname_result%"$2"}
}'
else
func_stripname ()
{
$debug_cmd
case $2 in
.*) func_stripname_result=`$ECHO "$3" | $SED -e "s%^$1%%" -e "s%\\\\$2\$%%"`;;
*) func_stripname_result=`$ECHO "$3" | $SED -e "s%^$1%%" -e "s%$2\$%%"`;;
esac
}
fi
# func_show_eval CMD [FAIL_EXP]
# -----------------------------
# Unless opt_quiet is true, then output CMD. Then, if opt_dryrun is
# not true, evaluate CMD. If the evaluation of CMD fails, and FAIL_EXP
# is given, then evaluate it.
func_show_eval ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_cmd=$1
_G_fail_exp=${2-':'}
func_quote_for_expand "$_G_cmd"
eval "func_notquiet $func_quote_for_expand_result"
$opt_dry_run || {
eval "$_G_cmd"
_G_status=$?
if test 0 -ne "$_G_status"; then
eval "(exit $_G_status); $_G_fail_exp"
fi
}
}
# func_show_eval_locale CMD [FAIL_EXP]
# ------------------------------------
# Unless opt_quiet is true, then output CMD. Then, if opt_dryrun is
# not true, evaluate CMD. If the evaluation of CMD fails, and FAIL_EXP
# is given, then evaluate it. Use the saved locale for evaluation.
func_show_eval_locale ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_cmd=$1
_G_fail_exp=${2-':'}
$opt_quiet || {
func_quote_for_expand "$_G_cmd"
eval "func_echo $func_quote_for_expand_result"
}
$opt_dry_run || {
eval "$_G_user_locale
$_G_cmd"
_G_status=$?
eval "$_G_safe_locale"
if test 0 -ne "$_G_status"; then
eval "(exit $_G_status); $_G_fail_exp"
fi
}
}
# func_tr_sh
# ----------
# Turn $1 into a string suitable for a shell variable name.
# Result is stored in $func_tr_sh_result. All characters
# not in the set a-zA-Z0-9_ are replaced with '_'. Further,
# if $1 begins with a digit, a '_' is prepended as well.
func_tr_sh ()
{
$debug_cmd
case $1 in
[0-9]* | *[!a-zA-Z0-9_]*)
func_tr_sh_result=`$ECHO "$1" | $SED -e 's/^\([0-9]\)/_\1/' -e 's/[^a-zA-Z0-9_]/_/g'`
;;
* )
func_tr_sh_result=$1
;;
esac
}
# func_verbose ARG...
# -------------------
# Echo program name prefixed message in verbose mode only.
func_verbose ()
{
$debug_cmd
$opt_verbose && func_echo "$*"
:
}
# func_warn_and_continue ARG...
# -----------------------------
# Echo program name prefixed warning message to standard error.
func_warn_and_continue ()
{
$debug_cmd
$require_term_colors
func_echo_infix_1 "${tc_red}warning$tc_reset" "$*" >&2
}
# func_warning CATEGORY ARG...
# ----------------------------
# Echo program name prefixed warning message to standard error. Warning
# messages can be filtered according to CATEGORY, where this function
# elides messages where CATEGORY is not listed in the global variable
# 'opt_warning_types'.
func_warning ()
{
$debug_cmd
# CATEGORY must be in the warning_categories list!
case " $warning_categories " in
*" $1 "*) ;;
*) func_internal_error "invalid warning category '$1'" ;;
esac
_G_category=$1
shift
case " $opt_warning_types " in
*" $_G_category "*) $warning_func ${1+"$@"} ;;
esac
}
# func_sort_ver VER1 VER2
# -----------------------
# 'sort -V' is not generally available.
# Note this deviates from the version comparison in automake
# in that it treats 1.5 < 1.5.0, and treats 1.4.4a < 1.4-p3a
# but this should suffice as we won't be specifying old
# version formats or redundant trailing .0 in bootstrap.conf.
# If we did want full compatibility then we should probably
# use m4_version_compare from autoconf.
func_sort_ver ()
{
$debug_cmd
printf '%s\n%s\n' "$1" "$2" \
| sort -t. -k 1,1n -k 2,2n -k 3,3n -k 4,4n -k 5,5n -k 6,6n -k 7,7n -k 8,8n -k 9,9n
}
# func_lt_ver PREV CURR
# ---------------------
# Return true if PREV and CURR are in the correct order according to
# func_sort_ver, otherwise false. Use it like this:
#
# func_lt_ver "$prev_ver" "$proposed_ver" || func_fatal_error "..."
func_lt_ver ()
{
$debug_cmd
test "x$1" = x`func_sort_ver "$1" "$2" | $SED 1q`
}
# Local variables:
# mode: shell-script
# sh-indentation: 2
# eval: (add-hook 'before-save-hook 'time-stamp)
# time-stamp-pattern: "10/scriptversion=%:y-%02m-%02d.%02H; # UTC"
# time-stamp-time-zone: "UTC"
# End:
#! /bin/sh
# Set a version string for this script.
scriptversion=2014-01-07.03; # UTC
# A portable, pluggable option parser for Bourne shell.
# Written by Gary V. Vaughan, 2010
# Copyright (C) 2010-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
# warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
# Please report bugs or propose patches to gary@gnu.org.
## ------ ##
## Usage. ##
## ------ ##
# This file is a library for parsing options in your shell scripts along
# with assorted other useful supporting features that you can make use
# of too.
#
# For the simplest scripts you might need only:
#
# #!/bin/sh
# . relative/path/to/funclib.sh
# . relative/path/to/options-parser
# scriptversion=1.0
# func_options ${1+"$@"}
# eval set dummy "$func_options_result"; shift
# ...rest of your script...
#
# In order for the '--version' option to work, you will need to have a
# suitably formatted comment like the one at the top of this file
# starting with '# Written by ' and ending with '# warranty; '.
#
# For '-h' and '--help' to work, you will also need a one line
# description of your script's purpose in a comment directly above the
# '# Written by ' line, like the one at the top of this file.
#
# The default options also support '--debug', which will turn on shell
# execution tracing (see the comment above debug_cmd below for another
# use), and '--verbose' and the func_verbose function to allow your script
# to display verbose messages only when your user has specified
# '--verbose'.
#
# After sourcing this file, you can plug processing for additional
# options by amending the variables from the 'Configuration' section
# below, and following the instructions in the 'Option parsing'
# section further down.
## -------------- ##
## Configuration. ##
## -------------- ##
# You should override these variables in your script after sourcing this
# file so that they reflect the customisations you have added to the
# option parser.
# The usage line for option parsing errors and the start of '-h' and
# '--help' output messages. You can embed shell variables for delayed
# expansion at the time the message is displayed, but you will need to
# quote other shell meta-characters carefully to prevent them being
# expanded when the contents are evaled.
usage='$progpath [OPTION]...'
# Short help message in response to '-h' and '--help'. Add to this or
# override it after sourcing this library to reflect the full set of
# options your script accepts.
usage_message="\
--debug enable verbose shell tracing
-W, --warnings=CATEGORY
report the warnings falling in CATEGORY [all]
-v, --verbose verbosely report processing
--version print version information and exit
-h, --help print short or long help message and exit
"
# Additional text appended to 'usage_message' in response to '--help'.
long_help_message="
Warning categories include:
'all' show all warnings
'none' turn off all the warnings
'error' warnings are treated as fatal errors"
# Help message printed before fatal option parsing errors.
fatal_help="Try '\$progname --help' for more information."
## ------------------------- ##
## Hook function management. ##
## ------------------------- ##
# This section contains functions for adding, removing, and running hooks
# to the main code. A hook is just a named list of of function, that can
# be run in order later on.
# func_hookable FUNC_NAME
# -----------------------
# Declare that FUNC_NAME will run hooks added with
# 'func_add_hook FUNC_NAME ...'.
func_hookable ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_append hookable_fns " $1"
}
# func_add_hook FUNC_NAME HOOK_FUNC
# ---------------------------------
# Request that FUNC_NAME call HOOK_FUNC before it returns. FUNC_NAME must
# first have been declared "hookable" by a call to 'func_hookable'.
func_add_hook ()
{
$debug_cmd
case " $hookable_fns " in
*" $1 "*) ;;
*) func_fatal_error "'$1' does not accept hook functions." ;;
esac
eval func_append ${1}_hooks '" $2"'
}
# func_remove_hook FUNC_NAME HOOK_FUNC
# ------------------------------------
# Remove HOOK_FUNC from the list of functions called by FUNC_NAME.
func_remove_hook ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval ${1}_hooks='`$ECHO "\$'$1'_hooks" |$SED "s| '$2'||"`'
}
# func_run_hooks FUNC_NAME [ARG]...
# ---------------------------------
# Run all hook functions registered to FUNC_NAME.
# It is assumed that the list of hook functions contains nothing more
# than a whitespace-delimited list of legal shell function names, and
# no effort is wasted trying to catch shell meta-characters or preserve
# whitespace.
func_run_hooks ()
{
$debug_cmd
case " $hookable_fns " in
*" $1 "*) ;;
*) func_fatal_error "'$1' does not support hook funcions.n" ;;
esac
eval _G_hook_fns=\$$1_hooks; shift
for _G_hook in $_G_hook_fns; do
eval $_G_hook '"$@"'
# store returned options list back into positional
# parameters for next 'cmd' execution.
eval _G_hook_result=\$${_G_hook}_result
eval set dummy "$_G_hook_result"; shift
done
func_quote_for_eval ${1+"$@"}
func_run_hooks_result=$func_quote_for_eval_result
}
## --------------- ##
## Option parsing. ##
## --------------- ##
# In order to add your own option parsing hooks, you must accept the
# full positional parameter list in your hook function, remove any
# options that you action, and then pass back the remaining unprocessed
# options in '<hooked_function_name>_result', escaped suitably for
# 'eval'. Like this:
#
# my_options_prep ()
# {
# $debug_cmd
#
# # Extend the existing usage message.
# usage_message=$usage_message'
# -s, --silent don'\''t print informational messages
# '
#
# func_quote_for_eval ${1+"$@"}
# my_options_prep_result=$func_quote_for_eval_result
# }
# func_add_hook func_options_prep my_options_prep
#
#
# my_silent_option ()
# {
# $debug_cmd
#
# # Note that for efficiency, we parse as many options as we can
# # recognise in a loop before passing the remainder back to the
# # caller on the first unrecognised argument we encounter.
# while test $# -gt 0; do
# opt=$1; shift
# case $opt in
# --silent|-s) opt_silent=: ;;
# # Separate non-argument short options:
# -s*) func_split_short_opt "$_G_opt"
# set dummy "$func_split_short_opt_name" \
# "-$func_split_short_opt_arg" ${1+"$@"}
# shift
# ;;
# *) set dummy "$_G_opt" "$*"; shift; break ;;
# esac
# done
#
# func_quote_for_eval ${1+"$@"}
# my_silent_option_result=$func_quote_for_eval_result
# }
# func_add_hook func_parse_options my_silent_option
#
#
# my_option_validation ()
# {
# $debug_cmd
#
# $opt_silent && $opt_verbose && func_fatal_help "\
# '--silent' and '--verbose' options are mutually exclusive."
#
# func_quote_for_eval ${1+"$@"}
# my_option_validation_result=$func_quote_for_eval_result
# }
# func_add_hook func_validate_options my_option_validation
#
# You'll alse need to manually amend $usage_message to reflect the extra
# options you parse. It's preferable to append if you can, so that
# multiple option parsing hooks can be added safely.
# func_options [ARG]...
# ---------------------
# All the functions called inside func_options are hookable. See the
# individual implementations for details.
func_hookable func_options
func_options ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_options_prep ${1+"$@"}
eval func_parse_options \
${func_options_prep_result+"$func_options_prep_result"}
eval func_validate_options \
${func_parse_options_result+"$func_parse_options_result"}
eval func_run_hooks func_options \
${func_validate_options_result+"$func_validate_options_result"}
# save modified positional parameters for caller
func_options_result=$func_run_hooks_result
}
# func_options_prep [ARG]...
# --------------------------
# All initialisations required before starting the option parse loop.
# Note that when calling hook functions, we pass through the list of
# positional parameters. If a hook function modifies that list, and
# needs to propogate that back to rest of this script, then the complete
# modified list must be put in 'func_run_hooks_result' before
# returning.
func_hookable func_options_prep
func_options_prep ()
{
$debug_cmd
# Option defaults:
opt_verbose=false
opt_warning_types=
func_run_hooks func_options_prep ${1+"$@"}
# save modified positional parameters for caller
func_options_prep_result=$func_run_hooks_result
}
# func_parse_options [ARG]...
# ---------------------------
# The main option parsing loop.
func_hookable func_parse_options
func_parse_options ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_parse_options_result=
# this just eases exit handling
while test $# -gt 0; do
# Defer to hook functions for initial option parsing, so they
# get priority in the event of reusing an option name.
func_run_hooks func_parse_options ${1+"$@"}
# Adjust func_parse_options positional parameters to match
eval set dummy "$func_run_hooks_result"; shift
# Break out of the loop if we already parsed every option.
test $# -gt 0 || break
_G_opt=$1
shift
case $_G_opt in
--debug|-x) debug_cmd='set -x'
func_echo "enabling shell trace mode"
$debug_cmd
;;
--no-warnings|--no-warning|--no-warn)
set dummy --warnings none ${1+"$@"}
shift
;;
--warnings|--warning|-W)
test $# = 0 && func_missing_arg $_G_opt && break
case " $warning_categories $1" in
*" $1 "*)
# trailing space prevents matching last $1 above
func_append_uniq opt_warning_types " $1"
;;
*all)
opt_warning_types=$warning_categories
;;
*none)
opt_warning_types=none
warning_func=:
;;
*error)
opt_warning_types=$warning_categories
warning_func=func_fatal_error
;;
*)
func_fatal_error \
"unsupported warning category: '$1'"
;;
esac
shift
;;
--verbose|-v) opt_verbose=: ;;
--version) func_version ;;
-\?|-h) func_usage ;;
--help) func_help ;;
# Separate optargs to long options (plugins may need this):
--*=*) func_split_equals "$_G_opt"
set dummy "$func_split_equals_lhs" \
"$func_split_equals_rhs" ${1+"$@"}
shift
;;
# Separate optargs to short options:
-W*)
func_split_short_opt "$_G_opt"
set dummy "$func_split_short_opt_name" \
"$func_split_short_opt_arg" ${1+"$@"}
shift
;;
# Separate non-argument short options:
-\?*|-h*|-v*|-x*)
func_split_short_opt "$_G_opt"
set dummy "$func_split_short_opt_name" \
"-$func_split_short_opt_arg" ${1+"$@"}
shift
;;
--) break ;;
-*) func_fatal_help "unrecognised option: '$_G_opt'" ;;
*) set dummy "$_G_opt" ${1+"$@"}; shift; break ;;
esac
done
# save modified positional parameters for caller
func_quote_for_eval ${1+"$@"}
func_parse_options_result=$func_quote_for_eval_result
}
# func_validate_options [ARG]...
# ------------------------------
# Perform any sanity checks on option settings and/or unconsumed
# arguments.
func_hookable func_validate_options
func_validate_options ()
{
$debug_cmd
# Display all warnings if -W was not given.
test -n "$opt_warning_types" || opt_warning_types=" $warning_categories"
func_run_hooks func_validate_options ${1+"$@"}
# Bail if the options were screwed!
$exit_cmd $EXIT_FAILURE
# save modified positional parameters for caller
func_validate_options_result=$func_run_hooks_result
}
## ----------------- ##
## Helper functions. ##
## ----------------- ##
# This section contains the helper functions used by the rest of the
# hookable option parser framework in ascii-betical order.
# func_fatal_help ARG...
# ----------------------
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error, followed by
# a help hint, and exit.
func_fatal_help ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval \$ECHO \""Usage: $usage"\"
eval \$ECHO \""$fatal_help"\"
func_error ${1+"$@"}
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
}
# func_help
# ---------
# Echo long help message to standard output and exit.
func_help ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_usage_message
$ECHO "$long_help_message"
exit 0
}
# func_missing_arg ARGNAME
# ------------------------
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error and set global
# exit_cmd.
func_missing_arg ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_error "Missing argument for '$1'."
exit_cmd=exit
}
# func_split_equals STRING
# ------------------------
# Set func_split_equals_lhs and func_split_equals_rhs shell variables after
# splitting STRING at the '=' sign.
test -z "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS" \
&& (eval 'x=a/b/c;
test 5aa/bb/cc = "${#x}${x%%/*}${x%/*}${x#*/}${x##*/}"') 2>/dev/null \
&& _G_HAVE_XSI_OPS=yes
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS"
then
# This is an XSI compatible shell, allowing a faster implementation...
eval 'func_split_equals ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_split_equals_lhs=${1%%=*}
func_split_equals_rhs=${1#*=}
test "x$func_split_equals_lhs" = "x$1" \
&& func_split_equals_rhs=
}'
else
# ...otherwise fall back to using expr, which is often a shell builtin.
func_split_equals ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_split_equals_lhs=`expr "x$1" : 'x\([^=]*\)'`
func_split_equals_rhs=
test "x$func_split_equals_lhs" = "x$1" \
|| func_split_equals_rhs=`expr "x$1" : 'x[^=]*=\(.*\)$'`
}
fi #func_split_equals
# func_split_short_opt SHORTOPT
# -----------------------------
# Set func_split_short_opt_name and func_split_short_opt_arg shell
# variables after splitting SHORTOPT after the 2nd character.
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS"
then
# This is an XSI compatible shell, allowing a faster implementation...
eval 'func_split_short_opt ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_split_short_opt_arg=${1#??}
func_split_short_opt_name=${1%"$func_split_short_opt_arg"}
}'
else
# ...otherwise fall back to using expr, which is often a shell builtin.
func_split_short_opt ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_split_short_opt_name=`expr "x$1" : 'x-\(.\)'`
func_split_short_opt_arg=`expr "x$1" : 'x-.\(.*\)$'`
}
fi #func_split_short_opt
# func_usage
# ----------
# Echo short help message to standard output and exit.
func_usage ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_usage_message
$ECHO "Run '$progname --help |${PAGER-more}' for full usage"
exit 0
}
# func_usage_message
# ------------------
# Echo short help message to standard output.
func_usage_message ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval \$ECHO \""Usage: $usage"\"
echo
$SED -n 's|^# ||
/^Written by/{
x;p;x
}
h
/^Written by/q' < "$progpath"
echo
eval \$ECHO \""$usage_message"\"
}
# func_version
# ------------
# Echo version message to standard output and exit.
func_version ()
{
$debug_cmd
printf '%s\n' "$progname $scriptversion"
$SED -n '
/(C)/!b go
:more
/\./!{
N
s|\n# | |
b more
}
:go
/^# Written by /,/# warranty; / {
s|^# ||
s|^# *$||
s|\((C)\)[ 0-9,-]*[ ,-]\([1-9][0-9]* \)|\1 \2|
p
}
/^# Written by / {
s|^# ||
p
}
/^warranty; /q' < "$progpath"
exit $?
}
# Local variables:
# mode: shell-script
# sh-indentation: 2
# eval: (add-hook 'before-save-hook 'time-stamp)
# time-stamp-pattern: "10/scriptversion=%:y-%02m-%02d.%02H; # UTC"
# time-stamp-time-zone: "UTC"
# End:
# Set a version string.
scriptversion='(GNU libtool) 2.4.6'
# func_echo ARG...
# ----------------
# Libtool also displays the current mode in messages, so override
# funclib.sh func_echo with this custom definition.
func_echo ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_message=$*
func_echo_IFS=$IFS
IFS=$nl
for _G_line in $_G_message; do
IFS=$func_echo_IFS
$ECHO "$progname${opt_mode+: $opt_mode}: $_G_line"
done
IFS=$func_echo_IFS
}
# func_warning ARG...
# -------------------
# Libtool warnings are not categorized, so override funclib.sh
# func_warning with this simpler definition.
func_warning ()
{
$debug_cmd
$warning_func ${1+"$@"}
}
## ---------------- ##
## Options parsing. ##
## ---------------- ##
# Hook in the functions to make sure our own options are parsed during
# the option parsing loop.
usage='$progpath [OPTION]... [MODE-ARG]...'
# Short help message in response to '-h'.
usage_message="Options:
--config show all configuration variables
--debug enable verbose shell tracing
-n, --dry-run display commands without modifying any files
--features display basic configuration information and exit
--mode=MODE use operation mode MODE
--no-warnings equivalent to '-Wnone'
--preserve-dup-deps don't remove duplicate dependency libraries
--quiet, --silent don't print informational messages
--tag=TAG use configuration variables from tag TAG
-v, --verbose print more informational messages than default
--version print version information
-W, --warnings=CATEGORY report the warnings falling in CATEGORY [all]
-h, --help, --help-all print short, long, or detailed help message
"
# Additional text appended to 'usage_message' in response to '--help'.
func_help ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_usage_message
$ECHO "$long_help_message
MODE must be one of the following:
clean remove files from the build directory
compile compile a source file into a libtool object
execute automatically set library path, then run a program
finish complete the installation of libtool libraries
install install libraries or executables
link create a library or an executable
uninstall remove libraries from an installed directory
MODE-ARGS vary depending on the MODE. When passed as first option,
'--mode=MODE' may be abbreviated as 'MODE' or a unique abbreviation of that.
Try '$progname --help --mode=MODE' for a more detailed description of MODE.
When reporting a bug, please describe a test case to reproduce it and
include the following information:
host-triplet: $host
shell: $SHELL
compiler: $LTCC
compiler flags: $LTCFLAGS
linker: $LD (gnu? $with_gnu_ld)
version: $progname (GNU libtool) 2.4.6
automake: `($AUTOMAKE --version) 2>/dev/null |$SED 1q`
autoconf: `($AUTOCONF --version) 2>/dev/null |$SED 1q`
Report bugs to <bug-libtool@gnu.org>.
GNU libtool home page: <http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/>.
General help using GNU software: <http://www.gnu.org/gethelp/>."
exit 0
}
# func_lo2o OBJECT-NAME
# ---------------------
# Transform OBJECT-NAME from a '.lo' suffix to the platform specific
# object suffix.
lo2o=s/\\.lo\$/.$objext/
o2lo=s/\\.$objext\$/.lo/
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS"; then
eval 'func_lo2o ()
{
case $1 in
*.lo) func_lo2o_result=${1%.lo}.$objext ;;
* ) func_lo2o_result=$1 ;;
esac
}'
# func_xform LIBOBJ-OR-SOURCE
# ---------------------------
# Transform LIBOBJ-OR-SOURCE from a '.o' or '.c' (or otherwise)
# suffix to a '.lo' libtool-object suffix.
eval 'func_xform ()
{
func_xform_result=${1%.*}.lo
}'
else
# ...otherwise fall back to using sed.
func_lo2o ()
{
func_lo2o_result=`$ECHO "$1" | $SED "$lo2o"`
}
func_xform ()
{
func_xform_result=`$ECHO "$1" | $SED 's|\.[^.]*$|.lo|'`
}
fi
# func_fatal_configuration ARG...
# -------------------------------
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error, followed by
# a configuration failure hint, and exit.
func_fatal_configuration ()
{
func__fatal_error ${1+"$@"} \
"See the $PACKAGE documentation for more information." \
"Fatal configuration error."
}
# func_config
# -----------
# Display the configuration for all the tags in this script.
func_config ()
{
re_begincf='^# ### BEGIN LIBTOOL'
re_endcf='^# ### END LIBTOOL'
# Default configuration.
$SED "1,/$re_begincf CONFIG/d;/$re_endcf CONFIG/,\$d" < "$progpath"
# Now print the configurations for the tags.
for tagname in $taglist; do
$SED -n "/$re_begincf TAG CONFIG: $tagname\$/,/$re_endcf TAG CONFIG: $tagname\$/p" < "$progpath"
done
exit $?
}
# func_features
# -------------
# Display the features supported by this script.
func_features ()
{
echo "host: $host"
if test yes = "$build_libtool_libs"; then
echo "enable shared libraries"
else
echo "disable shared libraries"
fi
if test yes = "$build_old_libs"; then
echo "enable static libraries"
else
echo "disable static libraries"
fi
exit $?
}
# func_enable_tag TAGNAME
# -----------------------
# Verify that TAGNAME is valid, and either flag an error and exit, or
# enable the TAGNAME tag. We also add TAGNAME to the global $taglist
# variable here.
func_enable_tag ()
{
# Global variable:
tagname=$1
re_begincf="^# ### BEGIN LIBTOOL TAG CONFIG: $tagname\$"
re_endcf="^# ### END LIBTOOL TAG CONFIG: $tagname\$"
sed_extractcf=/$re_begincf/,/$re_endcf/p
# Validate tagname.
case $tagname in
*[!-_A-Za-z0-9,/]*)
func_fatal_error "invalid tag name: $tagname"
;;
esac
# Don't test for the "default" C tag, as we know it's
# there but not specially marked.
case $tagname in
CC) ;;
*)
if $GREP "$re_begincf" "$progpath" >/dev/null 2>&1; then
taglist="$taglist $tagname"
# Evaluate the configuration. Be careful to quote the path
# and the sed script, to avoid splitting on whitespace, but
# also don't use non-portable quotes within backquotes within
# quotes we have to do it in 2 steps:
extractedcf=`$SED -n -e "$sed_extractcf" < "$progpath"`
eval "$extractedcf"
else
func_error "ignoring unknown tag $tagname"
fi
;;
esac
}
# func_check_version_match
# ------------------------
# Ensure that we are using m4 macros, and libtool script from the same
# release of libtool.
func_check_version_match ()
{
if test "$package_revision" != "$macro_revision"; then
if test "$VERSION" != "$macro_version"; then
if test -z "$macro_version"; then
cat >&2 <<_LT_EOF
$progname: Version mismatch error. This is $PACKAGE $VERSION, but the
$progname: definition of this LT_INIT comes from an older release.
$progname: You should recreate aclocal.m4 with macros from $PACKAGE $VERSION
$progname: and run autoconf again.
_LT_EOF
else
cat >&2 <<_LT_EOF
$progname: Version mismatch error. This is $PACKAGE $VERSION, but the
$progname: definition of this LT_INIT comes from $PACKAGE $macro_version.
$progname: You should recreate aclocal.m4 with macros from $PACKAGE $VERSION
$progname: and run autoconf again.
_LT_EOF
fi
else
cat >&2 <<_LT_EOF
$progname: Version mismatch error. This is $PACKAGE $VERSION, revision $package_revision,
$progname: but the definition of this LT_INIT comes from revision $macro_revision.
$progname: You should recreate aclocal.m4 with macros from revision $package_revision
$progname: of $PACKAGE $VERSION and run autoconf again.
_LT_EOF
fi
exit $EXIT_MISMATCH
fi
}
# libtool_options_prep [ARG]...
# -----------------------------
# Preparation for options parsed by libtool.
libtool_options_prep ()
{
$debug_mode
# Option defaults:
opt_config=false
opt_dlopen=
opt_dry_run=false
opt_help=false
opt_mode=
opt_preserve_dup_deps=false
opt_quiet=false
nonopt=
preserve_args=
# Shorthand for --mode=foo, only valid as the first argument
case $1 in
clean|clea|cle|cl)
shift; set dummy --mode clean ${1+"$@"}; shift
;;
compile|compil|compi|comp|com|co|c)
shift; set dummy --mode compile ${1+"$@"}; shift
;;
execute|execut|execu|exec|exe|ex|e)
shift; set dummy --mode execute ${1+"$@"}; shift
;;
finish|finis|fini|fin|fi|f)
shift; set dummy --mode finish ${1+"$@"}; shift
;;
install|instal|insta|inst|ins|in|i)
shift; set dummy --mode install ${1+"$@"}; shift
;;
link|lin|li|l)
shift; set dummy --mode link ${1+"$@"}; shift
;;
uninstall|uninstal|uninsta|uninst|unins|unin|uni|un|u)
shift; set dummy --mode uninstall ${1+"$@"}; shift
;;
esac
# Pass back the list of options.
func_quote_for_eval ${1+"$@"}
libtool_options_prep_result=$func_quote_for_eval_result
}
func_add_hook func_options_prep libtool_options_prep
# libtool_parse_options [ARG]...
# ---------------------------------
# Provide handling for libtool specific options.
libtool_parse_options ()
{
$debug_cmd
# Perform our own loop to consume as many options as possible in
# each iteration.
while test $# -gt 0; do
_G_opt=$1
shift
case $_G_opt in
--dry-run|--dryrun|-n)
opt_dry_run=:
;;
--config) func_config ;;
--dlopen|-dlopen)
opt_dlopen="${opt_dlopen+$opt_dlopen
}$1"
shift
;;
--preserve-dup-deps)
opt_preserve_dup_deps=: ;;
--features) func_features ;;
--finish) set dummy --mode finish ${1+"$@"}; shift ;;
--help) opt_help=: ;;
--help-all) opt_help=': help-all' ;;
--mode) test $# = 0 && func_missing_arg $_G_opt && break
opt_mode=$1
case $1 in
# Valid mode arguments:
clean|compile|execute|finish|install|link|relink|uninstall) ;;
# Catch anything else as an error
*) func_error "invalid argument for $_G_opt"
exit_cmd=exit
break
;;
esac
shift
;;
--no-silent|--no-quiet)
opt_quiet=false
func_append preserve_args " $_G_opt"
;;
--no-warnings|--no-warning|--no-warn)
opt_warning=false
func_append preserve_args " $_G_opt"
;;
--no-verbose)
opt_verbose=false
func_append preserve_args " $_G_opt"
;;
--silent|--quiet)
opt_quiet=:
opt_verbose=false
func_append preserve_args " $_G_opt"
;;
--tag) test $# = 0 && func_missing_arg $_G_opt && break
opt_tag=$1
func_append preserve_args " $_G_opt $1"
func_enable_tag "$1"
shift
;;
--verbose|-v) opt_quiet=false
opt_verbose=:
func_append preserve_args " $_G_opt"
;;
# An option not handled by this hook function:
*) set dummy "$_G_opt" ${1+"$@"}; shift; break ;;
esac
done
# save modified positional parameters for caller
func_quote_for_eval ${1+"$@"}
libtool_parse_options_result=$func_quote_for_eval_result
}
func_add_hook func_parse_options libtool_parse_options
# libtool_validate_options [ARG]...
# ---------------------------------
# Perform any sanity checks on option settings and/or unconsumed
# arguments.
libtool_validate_options ()
{
# save first non-option argument
if test 0 -lt $#; then
nonopt=$1
shift
fi
# preserve --debug
test : = "$debug_cmd" || func_append preserve_args " --debug"
case $host in
# Solaris2 added to fix http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=16452
# see also: http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=59788
*cygwin* | *mingw* | *pw32* | *cegcc* | *solaris2* | *os2*)
# don't eliminate duplications in $postdeps and $predeps
opt_duplicate_compiler_generated_deps=:
;;
*)
opt_duplicate_compiler_generated_deps=$opt_preserve_dup_deps
;;
esac
$opt_help || {
# Sanity checks first:
func_check_version_match
test yes != "$build_libtool_libs" \
&& test yes != "$build_old_libs" \
&& func_fatal_configuration "not configured to build any kind of library"
# Darwin sucks
eval std_shrext=\"$shrext_cmds\"
# Only execute mode is allowed to have -dlopen flags.
if test -n "$opt_dlopen" && test execute != "$opt_mode"; then
func_error "unrecognized option '-dlopen'"
$ECHO "$help" 1>&2
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
fi
# Change the help message to a mode-specific one.
generic_help=$help
help="Try '$progname --help --mode=$opt_mode' for more information."
}
# Pass back the unparsed argument list
func_quote_for_eval ${1+"$@"}
libtool_validate_options_result=$func_quote_for_eval_result
}
func_add_hook func_validate_options libtool_validate_options
# Process options as early as possible so that --help and --version
# can return quickly.
func_options ${1+"$@"}
eval set dummy "$func_options_result"; shift
## ----------- ##
## Main. ##
## ----------- ##
magic='%%%MAGIC variable%%%'
magic_exe='%%%MAGIC EXE variable%%%'
# Global variables.
extracted_archives=
extracted_serial=0
# If this variable is set in any of the actions, the command in it
# will be execed at the end. This prevents here-documents from being
# left over by shells.
exec_cmd=
# A function that is used when there is no print builtin or printf.
func_fallback_echo ()
{
eval 'cat <<_LTECHO_EOF
$1
_LTECHO_EOF'
}
# func_generated_by_libtool
# True iff stdin has been generated by Libtool. This function is only
# a basic sanity check; it will hardly flush out determined imposters.
func_generated_by_libtool_p ()
{
$GREP "^# Generated by .*$PACKAGE" > /dev/null 2>&1
}
# func_lalib_p file
# True iff FILE is a libtool '.la' library or '.lo' object file.
# This function is only a basic sanity check; it will hardly flush out
# determined imposters.
func_lalib_p ()
{
test -f "$1" &&
$SED -e 4q "$1" 2>/dev/null | func_generated_by_libtool_p
}
# func_lalib_unsafe_p file
# True iff FILE is a libtool '.la' library or '.lo' object file.
# This function implements the same check as func_lalib_p without
# resorting to external programs. To this end, it redirects stdin and
# closes it afterwards, without saving the original file descriptor.
# As a safety measure, use it only where a negative result would be
# fatal anyway. Works if 'file' does not exist.
func_lalib_unsafe_p ()
{
lalib_p=no
if test -f "$1" && test -r "$1" && exec 5<&0 <"$1"; then
for lalib_p_l in 1 2 3 4
do
read lalib_p_line
case $lalib_p_line in
\#\ Generated\ by\ *$PACKAGE* ) lalib_p=yes; break;;
esac
done
exec 0<&5 5<&-
fi
test yes = "$lalib_p"
}
# func_ltwrapper_script_p file
# True iff FILE is a libtool wrapper script
# This function is only a basic sanity check; it will hardly flush out
# determined imposters.
func_ltwrapper_script_p ()
{
test -f "$1" &&
$lt_truncate_bin < "$1" 2>/dev/null | func_generated_by_libtool_p
}
# func_ltwrapper_executable_p file
# True iff FILE is a libtool wrapper executable
# This function is only a basic sanity check; it will hardly flush out
# determined imposters.
func_ltwrapper_executable_p ()
{
func_ltwrapper_exec_suffix=
case $1 in
*.exe) ;;
*) func_ltwrapper_exec_suffix=.exe ;;
esac
$GREP "$magic_exe" "$1$func_ltwrapper_exec_suffix" >/dev/null 2>&1
}
# func_ltwrapper_scriptname file
# Assumes file is an ltwrapper_executable
# uses $file to determine the appropriate filename for a
# temporary ltwrapper_script.
func_ltwrapper_scriptname ()
{
func_dirname_and_basename "$1" "" "."
func_stripname '' '.exe' "$func_basename_result"
func_ltwrapper_scriptname_result=$func_dirname_result/$objdir/${func_stripname_result}_ltshwrapper
}
# func_ltwrapper_p file
# True iff FILE is a libtool wrapper script or wrapper executable
# This function is only a basic sanity check; it will hardly flush out
# determined imposters.
func_ltwrapper_p ()
{
func_ltwrapper_script_p "$1" || func_ltwrapper_executable_p "$1"
}
# func_execute_cmds commands fail_cmd
# Execute tilde-delimited COMMANDS.
# If FAIL_CMD is given, eval that upon failure.
# FAIL_CMD may read-access the current command in variable CMD!
func_execute_cmds ()
{
$debug_cmd
save_ifs=$IFS; IFS='~'
for cmd in $1; do
IFS=$sp$nl
eval cmd=\"$cmd\"
IFS=$save_ifs
func_show_eval "$cmd" "${2-:}"
done
IFS=$save_ifs
}
# func_source file
# Source FILE, adding directory component if necessary.
# Note that it is not necessary on cygwin/mingw to append a dot to
# FILE even if both FILE and FILE.exe exist: automatic-append-.exe
# behavior happens only for exec(3), not for open(2)! Also, sourcing
# 'FILE.' does not work on cygwin managed mounts.
func_source ()
{
$debug_cmd
case $1 in
*/* | *\\*) . "$1" ;;
*) . "./$1" ;;
esac
}
# func_resolve_sysroot PATH
# Replace a leading = in PATH with a sysroot. Store the result into
# func_resolve_sysroot_result
func_resolve_sysroot ()
{
func_resolve_sysroot_result=$1
case $func_resolve_sysroot_result in
=*)
func_stripname '=' '' "$func_resolve_sysroot_result"
func_resolve_sysroot_result=$lt_sysroot$func_stripname_result
;;
esac
}
# func_replace_sysroot PATH
# If PATH begins with the sysroot, replace it with = and
# store the result into func_replace_sysroot_result.
func_replace_sysroot ()
{
case $lt_sysroot:$1 in
?*:"$lt_sysroot"*)
func_stripname "$lt_sysroot" '' "$1"
func_replace_sysroot_result='='$func_stripname_result
;;
*)
# Including no sysroot.
func_replace_sysroot_result=$1
;;
esac
}
# func_infer_tag arg
# Infer tagged configuration to use if any are available and
# if one wasn't chosen via the "--tag" command line option.
# Only attempt this if the compiler in the base compile
# command doesn't match the default compiler.
# arg is usually of the form 'gcc ...'
func_infer_tag ()
{
$debug_cmd
if test -n "$available_tags" && test -z "$tagname"; then
CC_quoted=
for arg in $CC; do
func_append_quoted CC_quoted "$arg"
done
CC_expanded=`func_echo_all $CC`
CC_quoted_expanded=`func_echo_all $CC_quoted`
case $@ in
# Blanks in the command may have been stripped by the calling shell,
# but not from the CC environment variable when configure was run.
" $CC "* | "$CC "* | " $CC_expanded "* | "$CC_expanded "* | \
" $CC_quoted"* | "$CC_quoted "* | " $CC_quoted_expanded "* | "$CC_quoted_expanded "*) ;;
# Blanks at the start of $base_compile will cause this to fail
# if we don't check for them as well.
*)
for z in $available_tags; do
if $GREP "^# ### BEGIN LIBTOOL TAG CONFIG: $z$" < "$progpath" > /dev/null; then
# Evaluate the configuration.
eval "`$SED -n -e '/^# ### BEGIN LIBTOOL TAG CONFIG: '$z'$/,/^# ### END LIBTOOL TAG CONFIG: '$z'$/p' < $progpath`"
CC_quoted=
for arg in $CC; do
# Double-quote args containing other shell metacharacters.
func_append_quoted CC_quoted "$arg"
done
CC_expanded=`func_echo_all $CC`
CC_quoted_expanded=`func_echo_all $CC_quoted`
case "$@ " in
" $CC "* | "$CC "* | " $CC_expanded "* | "$CC_expanded "* | \
" $CC_quoted"* | "$CC_quoted "* | " $CC_quoted_expanded "* | "$CC_quoted_expanded "*)
# The compiler in the base compile command matches
# the one in the tagged configuration.
# Assume this is the tagged configuration we want.
tagname=$z
break
;;
esac
fi
done
# If $tagname still isn't set, then no tagged configuration
# was found and let the user know that the "--tag" command
# line option must be used.
if test -z "$tagname"; then
func_echo "unable to infer tagged configuration"
func_fatal_error "specify a tag with '--tag'"
# else
# func_verbose "using $tagname tagged configuration"
fi
;;
esac
fi
}
# func_write_libtool_object output_name pic_name nonpic_name
# Create a libtool object file (analogous to a ".la" file),
# but don't create it if we're doing a dry run.
func_write_libtool_object ()
{
write_libobj=$1
if test yes = "$build_libtool_libs"; then
write_lobj=\'$2\'
else
write_lobj=none
fi
if test yes = "$build_old_libs"; then
write_oldobj=\'$3\'
else
write_oldobj=none
fi
$opt_dry_run || {
cat >${write_libobj}T <<EOF
# $write_libobj - a libtool object file
# Generated by $PROGRAM (GNU $PACKAGE) $VERSION
#
# Please DO NOT delete this file!
# It is necessary for linking the library.
# Name of the PIC object.
pic_object=$write_lobj
# Name of the non-PIC object
non_pic_object=$write_oldobj
EOF
$MV "${write_libobj}T" "$write_libobj"
}
}
##################################################
# FILE NAME AND PATH CONVERSION HELPER FUNCTIONS #
##################################################
# func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32 ARG
# Helper function used by file name conversion functions when $build is *nix,
# and $host is mingw, cygwin, or some other w32 environment. Relies on a
# correctly configured wine environment available, with the winepath program
# in $build's $PATH.
#
# ARG is the $build file name to be converted to w32 format.
# Result is available in $func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result, and will
# be empty on error (or when ARG is empty)
func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
# Unfortunately, winepath does not exit with a non-zero error code, so we
# are forced to check the contents of stdout. On the other hand, if the
# command is not found, the shell will set an exit code of 127 and print
# *an error message* to stdout. So we must check for both error code of
# zero AND non-empty stdout, which explains the odd construction:
func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_tmp=`winepath -w "$1" 2>/dev/null`
if test "$?" -eq 0 && test -n "$func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_tmp"; then
func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result=`$ECHO "$func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_tmp" |
$SED -e "$sed_naive_backslashify"`
else
func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result=
fi
fi
}
# end: func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32
# func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32 ARG
# Helper function used by path conversion functions when $build is *nix, and
# $host is mingw, cygwin, or some other w32 environment. Relies on a correctly
# configured wine environment available, with the winepath program in $build's
# $PATH. Assumes ARG has no leading or trailing path separator characters.
#
# ARG is path to be converted from $build format to win32.
# Result is available in $func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_result.
# Unconvertible file (directory) names in ARG are skipped; if no directory names
# are convertible, then the result may be empty.
func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
# unfortunately, winepath doesn't convert paths, only file names
func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_result=
if test -n "$1"; then
oldIFS=$IFS
IFS=:
for func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_f in $1; do
IFS=$oldIFS
func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32 "$func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_f"
if test -n "$func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result"; then
if test -z "$func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_result"; then
func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_result=$func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result
else
func_append func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_result ";$func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result"
fi
fi
done
IFS=$oldIFS
fi
}
# end: func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32
# func_cygpath ARGS...
# Wrapper around calling the cygpath program via LT_CYGPATH. This is used when
# when (1) $build is *nix and Cygwin is hosted via a wine environment; or (2)
# $build is MSYS and $host is Cygwin, or (3) $build is Cygwin. In case (1) or
# (2), returns the Cygwin file name or path in func_cygpath_result (input
# file name or path is assumed to be in w32 format, as previously converted
# from $build's *nix or MSYS format). In case (3), returns the w32 file name
# or path in func_cygpath_result (input file name or path is assumed to be in
# Cygwin format). Returns an empty string on error.
#
# ARGS are passed to cygpath, with the last one being the file name or path to
# be converted.
#
# Specify the absolute *nix (or w32) name to cygpath in the LT_CYGPATH
# environment variable; do not put it in $PATH.
func_cygpath ()
{
$debug_cmd
if test -n "$LT_CYGPATH" && test -f "$LT_CYGPATH"; then
func_cygpath_result=`$LT_CYGPATH "$@" 2>/dev/null`
if test "$?" -ne 0; then
# on failure, ensure result is empty
func_cygpath_result=
fi
else
func_cygpath_result=
func_error "LT_CYGPATH is empty or specifies non-existent file: '$LT_CYGPATH'"
fi
}
#end: func_cygpath
# func_convert_core_msys_to_w32 ARG
# Convert file name or path ARG from MSYS format to w32 format. Return
# result in func_convert_core_msys_to_w32_result.
func_convert_core_msys_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
# awkward: cmd appends spaces to result
func_convert_core_msys_to_w32_result=`( cmd //c echo "$1" ) 2>/dev/null |
$SED -e 's/[ ]*$//' -e "$sed_naive_backslashify"`
}
#end: func_convert_core_msys_to_w32
# func_convert_file_check ARG1 ARG2
# Verify that ARG1 (a file name in $build format) was converted to $host
# format in ARG2. Otherwise, emit an error message, but continue (resetting
# func_to_host_file_result to ARG1).
func_convert_file_check ()
{
$debug_cmd
if test -z "$2" && test -n "$1"; then
func_error "Could not determine host file name corresponding to"
func_error " '$1'"
func_error "Continuing, but uninstalled executables may not work."
# Fallback:
func_to_host_file_result=$1
fi
}
# end func_convert_file_check
# func_convert_path_check FROM_PATHSEP TO_PATHSEP FROM_PATH TO_PATH
# Verify that FROM_PATH (a path in $build format) was converted to $host
# format in TO_PATH. Otherwise, emit an error message, but continue, resetting
# func_to_host_file_result to a simplistic fallback value (see below).
func_convert_path_check ()
{
$debug_cmd
if test -z "$4" && test -n "$3"; then
func_error "Could not determine the host path corresponding to"
func_error " '$3'"
func_error "Continuing, but uninstalled executables may not work."
# Fallback. This is a deliberately simplistic "conversion" and
# should not be "improved". See libtool.info.
if test "x$1" != "x$2"; then
lt_replace_pathsep_chars="s|$1|$2|g"
func_to_host_path_result=`echo "$3" |
$SED -e "$lt_replace_pathsep_chars"`
else
func_to_host_path_result=$3
fi
fi
}
# end func_convert_path_check
# func_convert_path_front_back_pathsep FRONTPAT BACKPAT REPL ORIG
# Modifies func_to_host_path_result by prepending REPL if ORIG matches FRONTPAT
# and appending REPL if ORIG matches BACKPAT.
func_convert_path_front_back_pathsep ()
{
$debug_cmd
case $4 in
$1 ) func_to_host_path_result=$3$func_to_host_path_result
;;
esac
case $4 in
$2 ) func_append func_to_host_path_result "$3"
;;
esac
}
# end func_convert_path_front_back_pathsep
##################################################
# $build to $host FILE NAME CONVERSION FUNCTIONS #
##################################################
# invoked via '$to_host_file_cmd ARG'
#
# In each case, ARG is the path to be converted from $build to $host format.
# Result will be available in $func_to_host_file_result.
# func_to_host_file ARG
# Converts the file name ARG from $build format to $host format. Return result
# in func_to_host_file_result.
func_to_host_file ()
{
$debug_cmd
$to_host_file_cmd "$1"
}
# end func_to_host_file
# func_to_tool_file ARG LAZY
# converts the file name ARG from $build format to toolchain format. Return
# result in func_to_tool_file_result. If the conversion in use is listed
# in (the comma separated) LAZY, no conversion takes place.
func_to_tool_file ()
{
$debug_cmd
case ,$2, in
*,"$to_tool_file_cmd",*)
func_to_tool_file_result=$1
;;
*)
$to_tool_file_cmd "$1"
func_to_tool_file_result=$func_to_host_file_result
;;
esac
}
# end func_to_tool_file
# func_convert_file_noop ARG
# Copy ARG to func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_file_noop ()
{
func_to_host_file_result=$1
}
# end func_convert_file_noop
# func_convert_file_msys_to_w32 ARG
# Convert file name ARG from (mingw) MSYS to (mingw) w32 format; automatic
# conversion to w32 is not available inside the cwrapper. Returns result in
# func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_file_msys_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_file_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
func_convert_core_msys_to_w32 "$1"
func_to_host_file_result=$func_convert_core_msys_to_w32_result
fi
func_convert_file_check "$1" "$func_to_host_file_result"
}
# end func_convert_file_msys_to_w32
# func_convert_file_cygwin_to_w32 ARG
# Convert file name ARG from Cygwin to w32 format. Returns result in
# func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_file_cygwin_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_file_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
# because $build is cygwin, we call "the" cygpath in $PATH; no need to use
# LT_CYGPATH in this case.
func_to_host_file_result=`cygpath -m "$1"`
fi
func_convert_file_check "$1" "$func_to_host_file_result"
}
# end func_convert_file_cygwin_to_w32
# func_convert_file_nix_to_w32 ARG
# Convert file name ARG from *nix to w32 format. Requires a wine environment
# and a working winepath. Returns result in func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_file_nix_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_file_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32 "$1"
func_to_host_file_result=$func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result
fi
func_convert_file_check "$1" "$func_to_host_file_result"
}
# end func_convert_file_nix_to_w32
# func_convert_file_msys_to_cygwin ARG
# Convert file name ARG from MSYS to Cygwin format. Requires LT_CYGPATH set.
# Returns result in func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_file_msys_to_cygwin ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_file_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
func_convert_core_msys_to_w32 "$1"
func_cygpath -u "$func_convert_core_msys_to_w32_result"
func_to_host_file_result=$func_cygpath_result
fi
func_convert_file_check "$1" "$func_to_host_file_result"
}
# end func_convert_file_msys_to_cygwin
# func_convert_file_nix_to_cygwin ARG
# Convert file name ARG from *nix to Cygwin format. Requires Cygwin installed
# in a wine environment, working winepath, and LT_CYGPATH set. Returns result
# in func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_file_nix_to_cygwin ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_file_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
# convert from *nix to w32, then use cygpath to convert from w32 to cygwin.
func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32 "$1"
func_cygpath -u "$func_convert_core_file_wine_to_w32_result"
func_to_host_file_result=$func_cygpath_result
fi
func_convert_file_check "$1" "$func_to_host_file_result"
}
# end func_convert_file_nix_to_cygwin
#############################################
# $build to $host PATH CONVERSION FUNCTIONS #
#############################################
# invoked via '$to_host_path_cmd ARG'
#
# In each case, ARG is the path to be converted from $build to $host format.
# The result will be available in $func_to_host_path_result.
#
# Path separators are also converted from $build format to $host format. If
# ARG begins or ends with a path separator character, it is preserved (but
# converted to $host format) on output.
#
# All path conversion functions are named using the following convention:
# file name conversion function : func_convert_file_X_to_Y ()
# path conversion function : func_convert_path_X_to_Y ()
# where, for any given $build/$host combination the 'X_to_Y' value is the
# same. If conversion functions are added for new $build/$host combinations,
# the two new functions must follow this pattern, or func_init_to_host_path_cmd
# will break.
# func_init_to_host_path_cmd
# Ensures that function "pointer" variable $to_host_path_cmd is set to the
# appropriate value, based on the value of $to_host_file_cmd.
to_host_path_cmd=
func_init_to_host_path_cmd ()
{
$debug_cmd
if test -z "$to_host_path_cmd"; then
func_stripname 'func_convert_file_' '' "$to_host_file_cmd"
to_host_path_cmd=func_convert_path_$func_stripname_result
fi
}
# func_to_host_path ARG
# Converts the path ARG from $build format to $host format. Return result
# in func_to_host_path_result.
func_to_host_path ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_init_to_host_path_cmd
$to_host_path_cmd "$1"
}
# end func_to_host_path
# func_convert_path_noop ARG
# Copy ARG to func_to_host_path_result.
func_convert_path_noop ()
{
func_to_host_path_result=$1
}
# end func_convert_path_noop
# func_convert_path_msys_to_w32 ARG
# Convert path ARG from (mingw) MSYS to (mingw) w32 format; automatic
# conversion to w32 is not available inside the cwrapper. Returns result in
# func_to_host_path_result.
func_convert_path_msys_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_path_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
# Remove leading and trailing path separator characters from ARG. MSYS
# behavior is inconsistent here; cygpath turns them into '.;' and ';.';
# and winepath ignores them completely.
func_stripname : : "$1"
func_to_host_path_tmp1=$func_stripname_result
func_convert_core_msys_to_w32 "$func_to_host_path_tmp1"
func_to_host_path_result=$func_convert_core_msys_to_w32_result
func_convert_path_check : ";" \
"$func_to_host_path_tmp1" "$func_to_host_path_result"
func_convert_path_front_back_pathsep ":*" "*:" ";" "$1"
fi
}
# end func_convert_path_msys_to_w32
# func_convert_path_cygwin_to_w32 ARG
# Convert path ARG from Cygwin to w32 format. Returns result in
# func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_path_cygwin_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_path_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
# See func_convert_path_msys_to_w32:
func_stripname : : "$1"
func_to_host_path_tmp1=$func_stripname_result
func_to_host_path_result=`cygpath -m -p "$func_to_host_path_tmp1"`
func_convert_path_check : ";" \
"$func_to_host_path_tmp1" "$func_to_host_path_result"
func_convert_path_front_back_pathsep ":*" "*:" ";" "$1"
fi
}
# end func_convert_path_cygwin_to_w32
# func_convert_path_nix_to_w32 ARG
# Convert path ARG from *nix to w32 format. Requires a wine environment and
# a working winepath. Returns result in func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_path_nix_to_w32 ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_path_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
# See func_convert_path_msys_to_w32:
func_stripname : : "$1"
func_to_host_path_tmp1=$func_stripname_result
func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32 "$func_to_host_path_tmp1"
func_to_host_path_result=$func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_result
func_convert_path_check : ";" \
"$func_to_host_path_tmp1" "$func_to_host_path_result"
func_convert_path_front_back_pathsep ":*" "*:" ";" "$1"
fi
}
# end func_convert_path_nix_to_w32
# func_convert_path_msys_to_cygwin ARG
# Convert path ARG from MSYS to Cygwin format. Requires LT_CYGPATH set.
# Returns result in func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_path_msys_to_cygwin ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_path_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
# See func_convert_path_msys_to_w32:
func_stripname : : "$1"
func_to_host_path_tmp1=$func_stripname_result
func_convert_core_msys_to_w32 "$func_to_host_path_tmp1"
func_cygpath -u -p "$func_convert_core_msys_to_w32_result"
func_to_host_path_result=$func_cygpath_result
func_convert_path_check : : \
"$func_to_host_path_tmp1" "$func_to_host_path_result"
func_convert_path_front_back_pathsep ":*" "*:" : "$1"
fi
}
# end func_convert_path_msys_to_cygwin
# func_convert_path_nix_to_cygwin ARG
# Convert path ARG from *nix to Cygwin format. Requires Cygwin installed in a
# a wine environment, working winepath, and LT_CYGPATH set. Returns result in
# func_to_host_file_result.
func_convert_path_nix_to_cygwin ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_to_host_path_result=$1
if test -n "$1"; then
# Remove leading and trailing path separator characters from
# ARG. msys behavior is inconsistent here, cygpath turns them
# into '.;' and ';.', and winepath ignores them completely.
func_stripname : : "$1"
func_to_host_path_tmp1=$func_stripname_result
func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32 "$func_to_host_path_tmp1"
func_cygpath -u -p "$func_convert_core_path_wine_to_w32_result"
func_to_host_path_result=$func_cygpath_result
func_convert_path_check : : \
"$func_to_host_path_tmp1" "$func_to_host_path_result"
func_convert_path_front_back_pathsep ":*" "*:" : "$1"
fi
}
# end func_convert_path_nix_to_cygwin
# func_dll_def_p FILE
# True iff FILE is a Windows DLL '.def' file.
# Keep in sync with _LT_DLL_DEF_P in libtool.m4
func_dll_def_p ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_dll_def_p_tmp=`$SED -n \
-e 's/^[ ]*//' \
-e '/^\(;.*\)*$/d' \
-e 's/^\(EXPORTS\|LIBRARY\)\([ ].*\)*$/DEF/p' \
-e q \
"$1"`
test DEF = "$func_dll_def_p_tmp"
}
# func_mode_compile arg...
func_mode_compile ()
{
$debug_cmd
# Get the compilation command and the source file.
base_compile=
srcfile=$nonopt # always keep a non-empty value in "srcfile"
suppress_opt=yes
suppress_output=
arg_mode=normal
libobj=
later=
pie_flag=
for arg
do
case $arg_mode in
arg )
# do not "continue". Instead, add this to base_compile
lastarg=$arg
arg_mode=normal
;;
target )
libobj=$arg
arg_mode=normal
continue
;;
normal )
# Accept any command-line options.
case $arg in
-o)
test -n "$libobj" && \
func_fatal_error "you cannot specify '-o' more than once"
arg_mode=target
continue
;;
-pie | -fpie | -fPIE)
func_append pie_flag " $arg"
continue
;;
-shared | -static | -prefer-pic | -prefer-non-pic)
func_append later " $arg"
continue
;;
-no-suppress)
suppress_opt=no
continue
;;
-Xcompiler)
arg_mode=arg # the next one goes into the "base_compile" arg list
continue # The current "srcfile" will either be retained or
;; # replaced later. I would guess that would be a bug.
-Wc,*)
func_stripname '-Wc,' '' "$arg"
args=$func_stripname_result
lastarg=
save_ifs=$IFS; IFS=,
for arg in $args; do
IFS=$save_ifs
func_append_quoted lastarg "$arg"
done
IFS=$save_ifs
func_stripname ' ' '' "$lastarg"
lastarg=$func_stripname_result
# Add the arguments to base_compile.
func_append base_compile " $lastarg"
continue
;;
*)
# Accept the current argument as the source file.
# The previous "srcfile" becomes the current argument.
#
lastarg=$srcfile
srcfile=$arg
;;
esac # case $arg
;;
esac # case $arg_mode
# Aesthetically quote the previous argument.
func_append_quoted base_compile "$lastarg"
done # for arg
case $arg_mode in
arg)
func_fatal_error "you must specify an argument for -Xcompile"
;;
target)
func_fatal_error "you must specify a target with '-o'"
;;
*)
# Get the name of the library object.
test -z "$libobj" && {
func_basename "$srcfile"
libobj=$func_basename_result
}
;;
esac
# Recognize several different file suffixes.
# If the user specifies -o file.o, it is replaced with file.lo
case $libobj in
*.[cCFSifmso] | \
*.ada | *.adb | *.ads | *.asm | \
*.c++ | *.cc | *.ii | *.class | *.cpp | *.cxx | \
*.[fF][09]? | *.for | *.java | *.go | *.obj | *.sx | *.cu | *.cup)
func_xform "$libobj"
libobj=$func_xform_result
;;
esac
case $libobj in
*.lo) func_lo2o "$libobj"; obj=$func_lo2o_result ;;
*)
func_fatal_error "cannot determine name of library object from '$libobj'"
;;
esac
func_infer_tag $base_compile
for arg in $later; do
case $arg in
-shared)
test yes = "$build_libtool_libs" \
|| func_fatal_configuration "cannot build a shared library"
build_old_libs=no
continue
;;
-static)
build_libtool_libs=no
build_old_libs=yes
continue
;;
-prefer-pic)
pic_mode=yes
continue
;;
-prefer-non-pic)
pic_mode=no
continue
;;
esac
done
func_quote_for_eval "$libobj"
test "X$libobj" != "X$func_quote_for_eval_result" \
&& $ECHO "X$libobj" | $GREP '[]~#^*{};<>?"'"'"' &()|`$[]' \
&& func_warning "libobj name '$libobj' may not contain shell special characters."
func_dirname_and_basename "$obj" "/" ""
objname=$func_basename_result
xdir=$func_dirname_result
lobj=$xdir$objdir/$objname
test -z "$base_compile" && \
func_fatal_help "you must specify a compilation command"
# Delete any leftover library objects.
if test yes = "$build_old_libs"; then
removelist="$obj $lobj $libobj ${libobj}T"
else
removelist="$lobj $libobj ${libobj}T"
fi
# On Cygwin there's no "real" PIC flag so we must build both object types
case $host_os in
cygwin* | mingw* | pw32* | os2* | cegcc*)
pic_mode=default
;;
esac
if test no = "$pic_mode" && test pass_all != "$deplibs_check_method"; then
# non-PIC code in shared libraries is not supported
pic_mode=default
fi
# Calculate the filename of the output object if compiler does
# not support -o with -c
if test no = "$compiler_c_o"; then
output_obj=`$ECHO "$srcfile" | $SED 's%^.*/%%; s%\.[^.]*$%%'`.$objext
lockfile=$output_obj.lock
else
output_obj=
need_locks=no
lockfile=
fi
# Lock this critical section if it is needed
# We use this script file to make the link, it avoids creating a new file
if test yes = "$need_locks"; then
until $opt_dry_run || ln "$progpath" "$lockfile" 2>/dev/null; do
func_echo "Waiting for $lockfile to be removed"
sleep 2
done
elif test warn = "$need_locks"; then
if test -f "$lockfile"; then
$ECHO "\
*** ERROR, $lockfile exists and contains:
`cat $lockfile 2>/dev/null`
This indicates that another process is trying to use the same
temporary object file, and libtool could not work around it because
your compiler does not support '-c' and '-o' together. If you
repeat this compilation, it may succeed, by chance, but you had better
avoid parallel builds (make -j) in this platform, or get a better
compiler."
$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
fi
func_append removelist " $output_obj"
$ECHO "$srcfile" > "$lockfile"
fi
$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist
func_append removelist " $lockfile"
trap '$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist; exit $EXIT_FAILURE' 1 2 15
func_to_tool_file "$srcfile" func_convert_file_msys_to_w32
srcfile=$func_to_tool_file_result
func_quote_for_eval "$srcfile"
qsrcfile=$func_quote_for_eval_result
# Only build a PIC object if we are building libtool libraries.
if test yes = "$build_libtool_libs"; then
# Without this assignment, base_compile gets emptied.
fbsd_hideous_sh_bug=$base_compile
if test no != "$pic_mode"; then
command="$base_compile $qsrcfile $pic_flag"
else
# Don't build PIC code
command="$base_compile $qsrcfile"
fi
func_mkdir_p "$xdir$objdir"
if test -z "$output_obj"; then
# Place PIC objects in $objdir
func_append command " -o $lobj"
fi
func_show_eval_locale "$command" \
'test -n "$output_obj" && $RM $removelist; exit $EXIT_FAILURE'
if test warn = "$need_locks" &&
test "X`cat $lockfile 2>/dev/null`" != "X$srcfile"; then
$ECHO "\
*** ERROR, $lockfile contains:
`cat $lockfile 2>/dev/null`
but it should contain:
$srcfile
This indicates that another process is trying to use the same
temporary object file, and libtool could not work around it because
your compiler does not support '-c' and '-o' together. If you
repeat this compilation, it may succeed, by chance, but you had better
avoid parallel builds (make -j) in this platform, or get a better
compiler."
$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
fi
# Just move the object if needed, then go on to compile the next one
if test -n "$output_obj" && test "X$output_obj" != "X$lobj"; then
func_show_eval '$MV "$output_obj" "$lobj"' \
'error=$?; $opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist; exit $error'
fi
# Allow error messages only from the first compilation.
if test yes = "$suppress_opt"; then
suppress_output=' >/dev/null 2>&1'
fi
fi
# Only build a position-dependent object if we build old libraries.
if test yes = "$build_old_libs"; then
if test yes != "$pic_mode"; then
# Don't build PIC code
command="$base_compile $qsrcfile$pie_flag"
else
command="$base_compile $qsrcfile $pic_flag"
fi
if test yes = "$compiler_c_o"; then
func_append command " -o $obj"
fi
# Suppress compiler output if we already did a PIC compilation.
func_append command "$suppress_output"
func_show_eval_locale "$command" \
'$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist; exit $EXIT_FAILURE'
if test warn = "$need_locks" &&
test "X`cat $lockfile 2>/dev/null`" != "X$srcfile"; then
$ECHO "\
*** ERROR, $lockfile contains:
`cat $lockfile 2>/dev/null`
but it should contain:
$srcfile
This indicates that another process is trying to use the same
temporary object file, and libtool could not work around it because
your compiler does not support '-c' and '-o' together. If you
repeat this compilation, it may succeed, by chance, but you had better
avoid parallel builds (make -j) in this platform, or get a better
compiler."
$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
fi
# Just move the object if needed
if test -n "$output_obj" && test "X$output_obj" != "X$obj"; then
func_show_eval '$MV "$output_obj" "$obj"' \
'error=$?; $opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist; exit $error'
fi
fi
$opt_dry_run || {
func_write_libtool_object "$libobj" "$objdir/$objname" "$objname"
# Unlock the critical section if it was locked
if test no != "$need_locks"; then
removelist=$lockfile
$RM "$lockfile"
fi
}
exit $EXIT_SUCCESS
}
$opt_help || {
test compile = "$opt_mode" && func_mode_compile ${1+"$@"}
}
func_mode_help ()
{
# We need to display help for each of the modes.
case $opt_mode in
"")
# Generic help is extracted from the usage comments
# at the start of this file.
func_help
;;
clean)
$ECHO \
"Usage: $progname [OPTION]... --mode=clean RM [RM-OPTION]... FILE...
Remove files from the build directory.
RM is the name of the program to use to delete files associated with each FILE
(typically '/bin/rm'). RM-OPTIONS are options (such as '-f') to be passed
to RM.
If FILE is a libtool library, object or program, all the files associated
with it are deleted. Otherwise, only FILE itself is deleted using RM."
;;
compile)
$ECHO \
"Usage: $progname [OPTION]... --mode=compile COMPILE-COMMAND... SOURCEFILE
Compile a source file into a libtool library object.
This mode accepts the following additional options:
-o OUTPUT-FILE set the output file name to OUTPUT-FILE
-no-suppress do not suppress compiler output for multiple passes
-prefer-pic try to build PIC objects only
-prefer-non-pic try to build non-PIC objects only
-shared do not build a '.o' file suitable for static linking
-static only build a '.o' file suitable for static linking
-Wc,FLAG pass FLAG directly to the compiler
COMPILE-COMMAND is a command to be used in creating a 'standard' object file
from the given SOURCEFILE.
The output file name is determined by removing the directory component from
SOURCEFILE, then substituting the C source code suffix '.c' with the
library object suffix, '.lo'."
;;
execute)
$ECHO \
"Usage: $progname [OPTION]... --mode=execute COMMAND [ARGS]...
Automatically set library path, then run a program.
This mode accepts the following additional options:
-dlopen FILE add the directory containing FILE to the library path
This mode sets the library path environment variable according to '-dlopen'
flags.
If any of the ARGS are libtool executable wrappers, then they are translated
into their corresponding uninstalled binary, and any of their required library
directories are added to the library path.
Then, COMMAND is executed, with ARGS as arguments."
;;
finish)
$ECHO \
"Usage: $progname [OPTION]... --mode=finish [LIBDIR]...
Complete the installation of libtool libraries.
Each LIBDIR is a directory that contains libtool libraries.
The commands that this mode executes may require superuser privileges. Use
the '--dry-run' option if you just want to see what would be executed."
;;
install)
$ECHO \
"Usage: $progname [OPTION]... --mode=install INSTALL-COMMAND...
Install executables or libraries.
INSTALL-COMMAND is the installation command. The first component should be
either the 'install' or 'cp' program.
The following components of INSTALL-COMMAND are treated specially:
-inst-prefix-dir PREFIX-DIR Use PREFIX-DIR as a staging area for installation
The rest of the components are interpreted as arguments to that command (only
BSD-compatible install options are recognized)."
;;
link)
$ECHO \
"Usage: $progname [OPTION]... --mode=link LINK-COMMAND...
Link object files or libraries together to form another library, or to
create an executable program.
LINK-COMMAND is a command using the C compiler that you would use to create
a program from several object files.
The following components of LINK-COMMAND are treated specially:
-all-static do not do any dynamic linking at all
-avoid-version do not add a version suffix if possible
-bindir BINDIR specify path to binaries directory (for systems where
libraries must be found in the PATH setting at runtime)
-dlopen FILE '-dlpreopen' FILE if it cannot be dlopened at runtime
-dlpreopen FILE link in FILE and add its symbols to lt_preloaded_symbols
-export-dynamic allow symbols from OUTPUT-FILE to be resolved with dlsym(3)
-export-symbols SYMFILE
try to export only the symbols listed in SYMFILE
-export-symbols-regex REGEX
try to export only the symbols matching REGEX
-LLIBDIR search LIBDIR for required installed libraries
-lNAME OUTPUT-FILE requires the installed library libNAME
-module build a library that can dlopened
-no-fast-install disable the fast-install mode
-no-install link a not-installable executable
-no-undefined declare that a library does not refer to external symbols
-o OUTPUT-FILE create OUTPUT-FILE from the specified objects
-objectlist FILE use a list of object files found in FILE to specify objects
-os2dllname NAME force a short DLL name on OS/2 (no effect on other OSes)
-precious-files-regex REGEX
don't remove output files matching REGEX
-release RELEASE specify package release information
-rpath LIBDIR the created library will eventually be installed in LIBDIR
-R[ ]LIBDIR add LIBDIR to the runtime path of programs and libraries
-shared only do dynamic linking of libtool libraries