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class Pypy < Formula
desc "Highly performant implementation of Python 2 in Python"
homepage "https://pypy.org/"
url "https://bitbucket.org/pypy/pypy/downloads/pypy2.7-v7.0.0-src.tar.bz2"
sha256 "f51d8bbfc4e73a8a01820b7871a45d13c59f1399822cdf8a19388c69eb20c18c"
head "https://bitbucket.org/pypy/pypy", :using => :hg
bottle do
cellar :any
sha256 "5446e1bf08b77035e2982adfa7a94f847aaf48eb5b2136f255f1ca91ae0bca43" => :mojave
sha256 "88384d57033fc8acc7072569097895100f8669441f955ddae1c32f47fd0a733d" => :high_sierra
sha256 "5335f7b26af38dff21554abea9b7fd3aa9781fc3b4521ac862334742b72eeb06" => :sierra
end
depends_on "pkg-config" => :build
depends_on :arch => :x86_64
depends_on "gdbm"
# pypy does not find system libffi, and its location cannot be given
# as a build option
depends_on "libffi" if DevelopmentTools.clang_build_version >= 1000
depends_on "openssl"
depends_on "sqlite"
resource "bootstrap" do
url "https://bitbucket.org/pypy/pypy/downloads/pypy2-v6.0.0-osx64.tar.bz2"
version "6.0.0"
sha256 "d7dc443e6bb9a45212e8d8f5a63e9f6ce23f1d88c50709efea1c75b76c8bc186"
end
resource "setuptools" do
url "https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/1a/04/d6f1159feaccdfc508517dba1929eb93a2854de729fa68da9d5c6b48fa00/setuptools-39.2.0.zip"
sha256 "f7cddbb5f5c640311eb00eab6e849f7701fa70bf6a183fc8a2c33dd1d1672fb2"
end
resource "pip" do
url "https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/ae/e8/2340d46ecadb1692a1e455f13f75e596d4eab3d11a57446f08259dee8f02/pip-10.0.1.tar.gz"
sha256 "f2bd08e0cd1b06e10218feaf6fef299f473ba706582eb3bd9d52203fdbd7ee68"
end
def install
ENV.append "CFLAGS", "-I#{MacOS.sdk_path}/System/Library/Frameworks/Tk.framework/Versions/8.5/Headers"
# Having PYTHONPATH set can cause the build to fail if another
# Python is present, e.g. a Homebrew-provided Python 2.x
# See https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/issues/24364
ENV["PYTHONPATH"] = ""
ENV["PYPY_USESSION_DIR"] = buildpath
resource("bootstrap").stage buildpath/"bootstrap"
python = buildpath/"bootstrap/bin/pypy"
cd "pypy/goal" do
system python, buildpath/"rpython/bin/rpython",
"-Ojit", "--shared", "--cc", ENV.cc, "--verbose",
"--make-jobs", ENV.make_jobs, "targetpypystandalone.py"
end
libexec.mkpath
cd "pypy/tool/release" do
package_args = %w[--archive-name pypy --targetdir .]
system python, "package.py", *package_args
system "tar", "-C", libexec.to_s, "--strip-components", "1", "-xf", "pypy.tar.bz2"
end
(libexec/"lib").install libexec/"bin/libpypy-c.dylib"
MachO::Tools.change_install_name("#{libexec}/bin/pypy",
"@rpath/libpypy-c.dylib",
"#{libexec}/lib/libpypy-c.dylib")
# The PyPy binary install instructions suggest installing somewhere
# (like /opt) and symlinking in binaries as needed. Specifically,
# we want to avoid putting PyPy's Python.h somewhere that configure
# scripts will find it.
bin.install_symlink libexec/"bin/pypy"
lib.install_symlink libexec/"lib/libpypy-c.dylib"
end
def post_install
# Post-install, fix up the site-packages and install-scripts folders
# so that user-installed Python software survives minor updates, such
# as going from 1.7.0 to 1.7.1.
# Create a site-packages in the prefix.
prefix_site_packages.mkpath
# Symlink the prefix site-packages into the cellar.
unless (libexec/"site-packages").symlink?
# fix the case where libexec/site-packages/site-packages was installed
rm_rf libexec/"site-packages/site-packages"
mv Dir[libexec/"site-packages/*"], prefix_site_packages
rm_rf libexec/"site-packages"
end
libexec.install_symlink prefix_site_packages
# Tell distutils-based installers where to put scripts
scripts_folder.mkpath
(distutils+"distutils.cfg").atomic_write <<~EOS
[install]
install-scripts=#{scripts_folder}
EOS
%w[setuptools pip].each do |pkg|
resource(pkg).stage do
system bin/"pypy", "-s", "setup.py", "--no-user-cfg", "install",
"--force", "--verbose"
end
end
# Symlinks to easy_install_pypy and pip_pypy
bin.install_symlink scripts_folder/"easy_install" => "easy_install_pypy"
bin.install_symlink scripts_folder/"pip" => "pip_pypy"
# post_install happens after linking
%w[easy_install_pypy pip_pypy].each { |e| (HOMEBREW_PREFIX/"bin").install_symlink bin/e }
end
def caveats; <<~EOS
A "distutils.cfg" has been written to:
#{distutils}
specifying the install-scripts folder as:
#{scripts_folder}
If you install Python packages via "pypy setup.py install", easy_install_pypy,
or pip_pypy, any provided scripts will go into the install-scripts folder
above, so you may want to add it to your PATH *after* #{HOMEBREW_PREFIX}/bin
so you don't overwrite tools from CPython.
Setuptools and pip have been installed, so you can use easy_install_pypy and
pip_pypy.
To update setuptools and pip between pypy releases, run:
pip_pypy install --upgrade pip setuptools
See: https://docs.brew.sh/Homebrew-and-Python
EOS
end
# The HOMEBREW_PREFIX location of site-packages
def prefix_site_packages
HOMEBREW_PREFIX+"lib/pypy/site-packages"
end
# Where setuptools will install executable scripts
def scripts_folder
HOMEBREW_PREFIX+"share/pypy"
end
# The Cellar location of distutils
def distutils
libexec+"lib-python/2.7/distutils"
end
test do
system bin/"pypy", "-c", "print('Hello, world!')"
system bin/"pypy", "-c", "import time; time.clock()"
system scripts_folder/"pip", "list"
end
end