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class Gcc45 < Formula
def arch
if Hardware::CPU.type == :intel
if MacOS.prefer_64_bit?
"x86_64"
else
"i686"
end
elsif Hardware::CPU.type == :ppc
if MacOS.prefer_64_bit?
"powerpc64"
else
"powerpc"
end
end
end
def osmajor
`uname -r`.chomp
end
homepage "https://gcc.gnu.org"
url "http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/gcc/gcc-4.5.4/gcc-4.5.4.tar.bz2"
mirror "https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gcc/gcc-4.5.4/gcc-4.5.4.tar.bz2"
sha1 "cb692e6ddd1ca41f654e2ff24b1b57f09f40e211"
bottle do
root_url "https://homebrew.bintray.com/bottles-versions"
sha1 "1e2e710d2d20b6ba378b7b4e3d211fb482e73ff7" => :yosemite
sha1 "16a25ceb27a579ac02209a8056a13de268a63e40" => :mavericks
sha1 "fe4459e2e4874d4f4be687acef73fa92dd2eb821" => :mountain_lion
end
option "with-fortran", "Build the gfortran compiler"
option "with-java", "Build the gcj compiler"
option "with-all-languages", "Enable all compilers and languages, except Ada"
option "with-nls", "Build with native language support (localization)"
option "with-profiled-build", "Make use of profile guided optimization when bootstrapping GCC"
# enabling multilib on a host that can't run 64-bit results in build failures
option "without-multilib", "Build without multilib support" if MacOS.prefer_64_bit?
deprecated_option "enable-fortran" => "with-fortran"
deprecated_option "enable-java" => "with-java"
deprecated_option "enable-all-languages" => "with-all-languages"
deprecated_option "enable-nls" => "with-nls"
deprecated_option "enable-profiled-build" => "with-profiled-build"
deprecated_option "disable-multilib" => "without-multilib"
# with system ld on Tiger, build fails with countless messages of:
# "relocation overflow for relocation entry"
depends_on :ld64
depends_on "gmp4"
depends_on "libmpc08"
depends_on "mpfr2"
depends_on "ppl011"
depends_on "cloog-ppl015"
depends_on "ecj" if build.with?("java") || build.with?("all-languages")
# Fix libffi for ppc, from MacPorts
patch :p0 do
url "https://trac.macports.org/export/110576/trunk/dports/lang/gcc45/files/ppc_fde_encoding.diff"
sha1 "49e335d085567467155ea6512ffa959a18eab0ef"
end
# Handle OS X deployment targets correctly (GCC PR target/63810 <https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=63810>).
patch :p0 do
url "https://trac.macports.org/export/129382/trunk/dports/lang/gcc45/files/macosx-version-min.patch"
sha1 "79a3314759a33059cd6e3a078fdb3f5ee957d2e6"
end
fails_with :llvm
# The bottles are built on systems with the CLT installed, and do not work
# out of the box on Xcode-only systems due to an incorrect sysroot.
def pour_bottle?
MacOS::CLT.installed?
end
# GCC bootstraps itself, so it is OK to have an incompatible C++ stdlib
cxxstdlib_check :skip
def install
# GCC will suffer build errors if forced to use a particular linker.
ENV.delete "LD"
if build.with? "all-languages"
# Everything but Ada, which requires a pre-existing GCC Ada compiler
# (gnat) to bootstrap.
languages = %w[c c++ fortran java objc obj-c++]
else
# C, C++, ObjC compilers are always built
languages = %w[c c++ objc obj-c++]
languages << "fortran" if build.with? "fortran"
languages << "java" if build.with? "java"
end
version_suffix = version.to_s.slice(/\d\.\d/)
args = [
"--build=#{arch}-apple-darwin#{osmajor}",
"--prefix=#{prefix}",
"--enable-languages=#{languages.join(",")}",
# Make most executables versioned to avoid conflicts.
"--program-suffix=-#{version_suffix}",
"--with-gmp=#{Formula["gmp4"].opt_prefix}",
"--with-mpfr=#{Formula["mpfr2"].opt_prefix}",
"--with-mpc=#{Formula["libmpc08"].opt_prefix}",
"--with-ppl=#{Formula["ppl011"].opt_prefix}",
"--with-cloog=#{Formula["cloog-ppl015"].opt_prefix}",
"--with-system-zlib",
# This ensures lib, libexec, include are sandboxed so that they
# don't wander around telling little children there is no Santa
# Claus.
"--enable-version-specific-runtime-libs",
"--enable-libstdcxx-time=yes",
"--enable-stage1-checking",
"--enable-checking=release",
# GCC 4.5 does not properly support LTO on Darwin.
"--disable-lto",
# A no-op unless --HEAD is built because in head warnings will
# raise errors. But still a good idea to include.
"--disable-werror",
"--with-pkgversion=Homebrew #{name} #{pkg_version} #{build.used_options*" "}".strip,
"--with-bugurl=https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew-versions/issues",
]
# "Building GCC with plugin support requires a host that supports
# -fPIC, -shared, -ldl and -rdynamic."
args << "--enable-plugin" if MacOS.version > :tiger
# Otherwise make fails during comparison at stage 3
# See: http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=45248
args << "--with-dwarf2" if MacOS.version < :leopard
args << "--disable-nls" if build.without? "nls"
if build.with?("java") || build.with?("all-languages")
args << "--with-ecj-jar=#{Formula["ecj"].opt_prefix}/share/java/ecj.jar"
end
if !MacOS.prefer_64_bit? || build.without?("multilib")
args << "--disable-multilib"
else
args << "--enable-multilib"
end
mkdir "build" do
unless MacOS::CLT.installed?
# For Xcode-only systems, we need to tell the sysroot path.
# "native-system-headers" will be appended
args << "--with-native-system-header-dir=/usr/include"
args << "--with-sysroot=#{MacOS.sdk_path}"
end
system "../configure", *args
if build.with? "profiled-build"
# Takes longer to build, may bug out. Provided for those who want to
# optimise all the way to 11.
system "make", "profiledbootstrap"
else
system "make", "bootstrap"
end
# At this point `make check` could be invoked to run the testsuite. The
# deja-gnu formula must be installed in order to do this.
system "make", "install"
# `make install` neglects to transfer an essential plugin header file.
Pathname.new(Dir[prefix.join *%w[** plugin include config]].first).install "../gcc/config/darwin-sections.def" if MacOS.version > :tiger
end
# Handle conflicts between GCC formulae.
# Remove libffi stuff, which is not needed after GCC is built.
Dir.glob(prefix/"**/libffi.*") { |file| File.delete file }
# Rename libiberty.a.
Dir.glob(prefix/"**/libiberty.*") { |file| add_suffix file, version_suffix }
# Rename man7.
Dir.glob(man7/"*.7") { |file| add_suffix file, version_suffix }
# Even when suffixes are appended, the info pages conflict when
# install-info is run. Fix this.
info.rmtree
# Rename java properties
if build.with?("java") || build.with?("all-languages")
config_files = [
"#{lib}/logging.properties",
"#{lib}/security/classpath.security",
"#{lib}/i386/logging.properties",
"#{lib}/i386/security/classpath.security",
]
config_files.each do |file|
add_suffix file, version_suffix if File.exist? file
end
end
end
def add_suffix(file, suffix)
dir = File.dirname(file)
ext = File.extname(file)
base = File.basename(file, ext)
File.rename file, "#{dir}/#{base}-#{suffix}#{ext}"
end
test do
(testpath/"hello-c.c").write <<-EOS.undent
#include <stdio.h>
int main()
{
puts("Hello, world!");
return 0;
}
EOS
system bin/"gcc-4.5", "-o", "hello-c", "hello-c.c"
assert_equal "Hello, world!\n", `./hello-c`
end
end
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