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# Generated from ltmain.m4sh.
# ltmain.sh (GNU libtool) 2.2.6
# Written by Gordon Matzigkeit <gord@gnu.ai.mit.edu>, 1996
# Copyright (C) 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
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# GNU Libtool is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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# (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
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
# General Public License for more details.
#
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# can be downloaded from http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html,
# or obtained by writing to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
# Usage: $progname [OPTION]... [MODE-ARG]...
#
# Provide generalized library-building support services.
#
# --config show all configuration variables
# --debug enable verbose shell tracing
# -n, --dry-run display commands without modifying any files
# --features display basic configuration information and exit
# --mode=MODE use operation mode MODE
# --preserve-dup-deps don't remove duplicate dependency libraries
# --quiet, --silent don't print informational messages
# --tag=TAG use configuration variables from tag TAG
# -v, --verbose print informational messages (default)
# --version print version information
# -h, --help print short or long help message
#
# MODE must be one of the following:
#
# clean remove files from the build directory
# compile compile a source file into a libtool object
# execute automatically set library path, then run a program
# finish complete the installation of libtool libraries
# install install libraries or executables
# link create a library or an executable
# uninstall remove libraries from an installed directory
#
# MODE-ARGS vary depending on the MODE.
# Try `$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)
# $progname: (GNU libtool) 2.2.6
# automake: $automake_version
# autoconf: $autoconf_version
#
# Report bugs to <bug-libtool@gnu.org>.
PROGRAM=ltmain.sh
PACKAGE=libtool
VERSION=2.2.6
TIMESTAMP=""
package_revision=1.3012
# Be Bourne compatible
if test -n "${ZSH_VERSION+set}" && (emulate sh) >/dev/null 2>&1; then
emulate sh
NULLCMD=:
# Zsh 3.x and 4.x performs word splitting on ${1+"$@"}, which
# is contrary to our usage. Disable this feature.
alias -g '${1+"$@"}'='"$@"'
setopt NO_GLOB_SUBST
else
case `(set -o) 2>/dev/null` in *posix*) set -o posix;; esac
fi
BIN_SH=xpg4; export BIN_SH # for Tru64
DUALCASE=1; export DUALCASE # for MKS sh
# NLS nuisances: We save the old values to restore during execute mode.
# Only set LANG and LC_ALL to C if already set.
# These must not be set unconditionally because not all systems understand
# e.g. LANG=C (notably SCO).
lt_user_locale=
lt_safe_locale=
for lt_var in LANG LANGUAGE LC_ALL LC_CTYPE LC_COLLATE LC_MESSAGES
do
eval "if test \"\${$lt_var+set}\" = set; then
save_$lt_var=\$$lt_var
$lt_var=C
export $lt_var
lt_user_locale=\"$lt_var=\\\$save_\$lt_var; \$lt_user_locale\"
lt_safe_locale=\"$lt_var=C; \$lt_safe_locale\"
fi"
done
$lt_unset CDPATH
: ${CP="cp -f"}
: ${ECHO="echo"}
: ${EGREP="/bin/grep -E"}
: ${FGREP="/bin/grep -F"}
: ${GREP="/bin/grep"}
: ${LN_S="ln -s"}
: ${MAKE="make"}
: ${MKDIR="mkdir"}
: ${MV="mv -f"}
: ${RM="rm -f"}
: ${SED="/bin/sed"}
: ${SHELL="${CONFIG_SHELL-/bin/sh}"}
: ${Xsed="$SED -e 1s/^X//"}
# Global variables:
EXIT_SUCCESS=0
EXIT_FAILURE=1
EXIT_MISMATCH=63 # $? = 63 is used to indicate version mismatch to missing.
EXIT_SKIP=77 # $? = 77 is used to indicate a skipped test to automake.
exit_status=$EXIT_SUCCESS
# Make sure IFS has a sensible default
lt_nl='
'
IFS=" $lt_nl"
dirname="s,/[^/]*$,,"
basename="s,^.*/,,"
# 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"
# Implementation must be kept synchronized with func_dirname
# and func_basename. For efficiency, we do not delegate to
# those functions but instead duplicate the functionality here.
func_dirname_and_basename ()
{
# Extract subdirectory from the argument.
func_dirname_result=`$ECHO "X${1}" | $Xsed -e "$dirname"`
if test "X$func_dirname_result" = "X${1}"; then
func_dirname_result="${3}"
else
func_dirname_result="$func_dirname_result${2}"
fi
func_basename_result=`$ECHO "X${1}" | $Xsed -e "$basename"`
}
# Generated shell functions inserted here.
# 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:
# In the unlikely event $progname began with a '-', it would play havoc with
# func_echo (imagine progname=-n), so we prepend ./ in that case:
func_dirname_and_basename "$progpath"
progname=$func_basename_result
case $progname in
-*) progname=./$progname ;;
esac
# Make sure we have an absolute path for reexecution:
case $progpath in
[\\/]*|[A-Za-z]:\\*) ;;
*[\\/]*)
progdir=$func_dirname_result
progdir=`cd "$progdir" && pwd`
progpath="$progdir/$progname"
;;
*)
save_IFS="$IFS"
IFS=:
for progdir in $PATH; do
IFS="$save_IFS"
test -x "$progdir/$progname" && break
done
IFS="$save_IFS"
test -n "$progdir" || progdir=`pwd`
progpath="$progdir/$progname"
;;
esac
# Sed substitution that helps us do robust quoting. It backslashifies
# metacharacters that are still active within double-quoted strings.
Xsed="${SED}"' -e 1s/^X//'
sed_quote_subst='s/\([`"$\\]\)/\\\1/g'
# Same as above, but do not quote variable references.
double_quote_subst='s/\(["`\\]\)/\\\1/g'
# Re-`\' parameter expansions in output of double_quote_subst that were
# `\'-ed in input to the same. If an odd number of `\' preceded a '$'
# in input to double_quote_subst, that '$' 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 '$'. `\' that '$'.
bs='\\'
bs2='\\\\'
bs4='\\\\\\\\'
dollar='\$'
sed_double_backslash="\
s/$bs4/&\\
/g
s/^$bs2$dollar/$bs&/
s/\\([^$bs]\\)$bs2$dollar/\\1$bs2$bs$dollar/g
s/\n//g"
# Standard options:
opt_dry_run=false
opt_help=false
opt_quiet=false
opt_verbose=false
opt_warning=:
# func_echo arg...
# Echo program name prefixed message, along with the current mode
# name if it has been set yet.
func_echo ()
{
$ECHO "$progname${mode+: }$mode: $*"
}
# func_verbose arg...
# Echo program name prefixed message in verbose mode only.
func_verbose ()
{
$opt_verbose && 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_error arg...
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error.
func_error ()
{
$ECHO "$progname${mode+: }$mode: "${1+"$@"} 1>&2
}
# func_warning arg...
# Echo program name prefixed warning message to standard error.
func_warning ()
{
$opt_warning && $ECHO "$progname${mode+: }$mode: warning: "${1+"$@"} 1>&2
# bash bug again:
:
}
# func_fatal_error arg...
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error, and exit.
func_fatal_error ()
{
func_error ${1+"$@"}
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
}
# func_fatal_help arg...
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error, followed by
# a help hint, and exit.
func_fatal_help ()
{
func_error ${1+"$@"}
func_fatal_error "$help"
}
help="Try \`$progname --help' for more information." ## default
# func_grep expression filename
# Check whether EXPRESSION matches any line of FILENAME, without output.
func_grep ()
{
$GREP "$1" "$2" >/dev/null 2>&1
}
# func_mkdir_p directory-path
# Make sure the entire path to DIRECTORY-PATH is available.
func_mkdir_p ()
{
my_directory_path="$1"
my_dir_list=
if test -n "$my_directory_path" && test "$opt_dry_run" != ":"; then
# Protect directory names starting with `-'
case $my_directory_path in
-*) my_directory_path="./$my_directory_path" ;;
esac
# While some portion of DIR does not yet exist...
while test ! -d "$my_directory_path"; do
# ...make a list in topmost first order. Use a colon delimited
# list incase some portion of path contains whitespace.
my_dir_list="$my_directory_path:$my_dir_list"
# If the last portion added has no slash in it, the list is done
case $my_directory_path in */*) ;; *) break ;; esac
# ...otherwise throw away the child directory and loop
my_directory_path=`$ECHO "X$my_directory_path" | $Xsed -e "$dirname"`
done
my_dir_list=`$ECHO "X$my_dir_list" | $Xsed -e 's,:*$,,'`
save_mkdir_p_IFS="$IFS"; IFS=':'
for my_dir in $my_dir_list; do
IFS="$save_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!
$MKDIR "$my_dir" 2>/dev/null || :
done
IFS="$save_mkdir_p_IFS"
# Bail out if we (or some other process) failed to create a directory.
test -d "$my_directory_path" || \
func_fatal_error "Failed to create \`$1'"
fi
}
# func_mktempdir [string]
# Make a temporary directory that won't clash with other running
# libtool processes, and avoids race conditions if possible. If
# given, STRING is the basename for that directory.
func_mktempdir ()
{
my_template="${TMPDIR-/tmp}/${1-$progname}"
if test "$opt_dry_run" = ":"; then
# Return a directory name, but don't create it in dry-run mode
my_tmpdir="${my_template}-$$"
else
# If mktemp works, use that first and foremost
my_tmpdir=`mktemp -d "${my_template}-XXXXXXXX" 2>/dev/null`
if test ! -d "$my_tmpdir"; then
# Failing that, at least try and use $RANDOM to avoid a race
my_tmpdir="${my_template}-${RANDOM-0}$$"
save_mktempdir_umask=`umask`
umask 0077
$MKDIR "$my_tmpdir"
umask $save_mktempdir_umask
fi
# If we're not in dry-run mode, bomb out on failure
test -d "$my_tmpdir" || \
func_fatal_error "cannot create temporary directory \`$my_tmpdir'"
fi
$ECHO "X$my_tmpdir" | $Xsed
}
# func_quote_for_eval arg
# Aesthetically quote ARG to be evaled later.
# This function returns two values: FUNC_QUOTE_FOR_EVAL_RESULT
# is double-quoted, suitable for a subsequent eval, whereas
# FUNC_QUOTE_FOR_EVAL_UNQUOTED_RESULT has merely all characters
# which are still active within double quotes backslashified.
func_quote_for_eval ()
{
case $1 in
*[\\\`\"\$]*)
func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result=`$ECHO "X$1" | $Xsed -e "$sed_quote_subst"` ;;
*)
func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result="$1" ;;
esac
case $func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result in
# Double-quote args containing shell metacharacters to delay
# word splitting, command substitution and and variable
# expansion for a subsequent eval.
# Many Bourne shells cannot handle close brackets correctly
# in scan sets, so we specify it separately.
*[\[\~\#\^\&\*\(\)\{\}\|\;\<\>\?\'\ \ ]*|*]*|"")
func_quote_for_eval_result="\"$func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result\""
;;
*)
func_quote_for_eval_result="$func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result"
esac
}
# 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 ()
{
case $1 in
*[\\\`\"]*)
my_arg=`$ECHO "X$1" | $Xsed \
-e "$double_quote_subst" -e "$sed_double_backslash"` ;;
*)
my_arg="$1" ;;
esac
case $my_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.
*[\[\~\#\^\&\*\(\)\{\}\|\;\<\>\?\'\ \ ]*|*]*|"")
my_arg="\"$my_arg\""
;;
esac
func_quote_for_expand_result="$my_arg"
}
# func_show_eval cmd [fail_exp]
# Unless opt_silent 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 ()
{
my_cmd="$1"
my_fail_exp="${2-:}"
${opt_silent-false} || {
func_quote_for_expand "$my_cmd"
eval "func_echo $func_quote_for_expand_result"
}
if ${opt_dry_run-false}; then :; else
eval "$my_cmd"
my_status=$?
if test "$my_status" -eq 0; then :; else
eval "(exit $my_status); $my_fail_exp"
fi
fi
}
# func_show_eval_locale cmd [fail_exp]
# Unless opt_silent 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 ()
{
my_cmd="$1"
my_fail_exp="${2-:}"
${opt_silent-false} || {
func_quote_for_expand "$my_cmd"
eval "func_echo $func_quote_for_expand_result"
}
if ${opt_dry_run-false}; then :; else
eval "$lt_user_locale
$my_cmd"
my_status=$?
eval "$lt_safe_locale"
if test "$my_status" -eq 0; then :; else
eval "(exit $my_status); $my_fail_exp"
fi
fi
}
# func_version
# Echo version message to standard output and exit.
func_version ()
{
$SED -n '/^# '$PROGRAM' (GNU /,/# warranty; / {
s/^# //
s/^# *$//
s/\((C)\)[ 0-9,-]*\( [1-9][0-9]*\)/\1\2/
p
}' < "$progpath"
exit $?
}
# func_usage
# Echo short help message to standard output and exit.
func_usage ()
{
$SED -n '/^# Usage:/,/# -h/ {
s/^# //
s/^# *$//
s/\$progname/'$progname'/
p
}' < "$progpath"
$ECHO
$ECHO "run \`$progname --help | more' for full usage"
exit $?
}
# func_help
# Echo long help message to standard output and exit.
func_help ()
{
$SED -n '/^# Usage:/,/# Report bugs to/ {
s/^# //
s/^# *$//
s*\$progname*'$progname'*
s*\$host*'"$host"'*
s*\$SHELL*'"$SHELL"'*
s*\$LTCC*'"$LTCC"'*
s*\$LTCFLAGS*'"$LTCFLAGS"'*
s*\$LD*'"$LD"'*
s/\$with_gnu_ld/'"$with_gnu_ld"'/
s/\$automake_version/'"`(automake --version) 2>/dev/null |$SED 1q`"'/
s/\$autoconf_version/'"`(autoconf --version) 2>/dev/null |$SED 1q`"'/
p
}' < "$progpath"
exit $?
}
# func_missing_arg argname
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error and set global
# exit_cmd.
func_missing_arg ()
{
func_error "missing argument for $1"
exit_cmd=exit
}
exit_cmd=:
# Check that we have a working $ECHO.
if test "X$1" = X--no-reexec; then
# Discard the --no-reexec flag, and continue.
shift
elif test "X$1" = X--fallback-echo; then
# Avoid inline document here, it may be left over
:
elif test "X`{ $ECHO '\t'; } 2>/dev/null`" = 'X\t'; then
# Yippee, $ECHO works!
:
else
# Restart under the correct shell, and then maybe $ECHO will work.
exec $SHELL "$progpath" --no-reexec ${1+"$@"}
fi
if test "X$1" = X--fallback-echo; then
# used as fallback echo
shift
cat <<EOF
$*
EOF
exit $EXIT_SUCCESS
fi
magic="%%%MAGIC variable%%%"
magic_exe="%%%MAGIC EXE variable%%%"
# Global variables.
# $mode is unset
nonopt=
execute_dlfiles=
preserve_args=
lo2o="s/\\.lo\$/.${objext}/"
o2lo="s/\\.${objext}\$/.lo/"
extracted_archives=
extracted_serial=0
opt_dry_run=false
opt_duplicate_deps=false
opt_silent=false
opt_debug=:
# 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=
# func_fatal_configuration arg...
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error, followed by
# a configuration failure hint, and exit.
func_fatal_configuration ()
{
func_error ${1+"$@"}
func_error "See the $PACKAGE documentation for more information."
func_fatal_error "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: $host"
if test "$build_libtool_libs" = yes; then
$ECHO "enable shared libraries"
else
$ECHO "disable shared libraries"
fi
if test "$build_old_libs" = yes; 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
}
# Parse options once, thoroughly. This comes as soon as possible in
# the script to make things like `libtool --version' happen quickly.
{
# 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
# Parse non-mode specific arguments:
while test "$#" -gt 0; do
opt="$1"
shift
case $opt in
--config) func_config ;;
--debug) preserve_args="$preserve_args $opt"
func_echo "enabling shell trace mode"
opt_debug='set -x'
$opt_debug
;;
-dlopen) test "$#" -eq 0 && func_missing_arg "$opt" && break
execute_dlfiles="$execute_dlfiles $1"
shift
;;
--dry-run | -n) opt_dry_run=: ;;
--features) func_features ;;
--finish) mode="finish" ;;
--mode) test "$#" -eq 0 && func_missing_arg "$opt" && break
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 $opt"
exit_cmd=exit
break
;;
esac
mode="$1"
shift
;;
--preserve-dup-deps)
opt_duplicate_deps=: ;;
--quiet|--silent) preserve_args="$preserve_args $opt"
opt_silent=:
;;
--verbose| -v) preserve_args="$preserve_args $opt"
opt_silent=false
;;
--tag) test "$#" -eq 0 && func_missing_arg "$opt" && break
preserve_args="$preserve_args $opt $1"
func_enable_tag "$1" # tagname is set here
shift
;;
# Separate optargs to long options:
-dlopen=*|--mode=*|--tag=*)
func_opt_split "$opt"
set dummy "$func_opt_split_opt" "$func_opt_split_arg" ${1+"$@"}
shift
;;
-\?|-h) func_usage ;;
--help) opt_help=: ;;
--version) func_version ;;
-*) func_fatal_help "unrecognized option \`$opt'" ;;
*) nonopt="$opt"
break
;;
esac
done
case $host in
*cygwin* | *mingw* | *pw32* | *cegcc*)
# don't eliminate duplications in $postdeps and $predeps
opt_duplicate_compiler_generated_deps=:
;;
*)
opt_duplicate_compiler_generated_deps=$opt_duplicate_deps
;;
esac
# Having warned about all mis-specified options, bail out if
# anything was wrong.
$exit_cmd $EXIT_FAILURE
}
# func_check_version_match
# Ensure that we are using m4 macros, and libtool script from the same
# release of libtool.
func_check_version_match ()
{
if test "$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
}
## ----------- ##
## Main. ##
## ----------- ##
$opt_help || {
# Sanity checks first:
func_check_version_match
if test "$build_libtool_libs" != yes && test "$build_old_libs" != yes; then
func_fatal_configuration "not configured to build any kind of library"
fi
test -z "$mode" && func_fatal_error "error: you must specify a MODE."
# Darwin sucks
eval std_shrext=\"$shrext_cmds\"
# Only execute mode is allowed to have -dlopen flags.
if test -n "$execute_dlfiles" && test "$mode" != execute; 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 \`$progname --help --mode=$mode' for more information."
}
# 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 \
| $GREP "^# Generated by .*$PACKAGE" > /dev/null 2>&1
}
# 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\ *$PACKAGE* ) lalib_p=yes; break;;
esac
done
exec 0<&5 5<&-
fi
test "$lalib_p" = yes
}
# 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 ()
{
func_lalib_p "$1"
}
# 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_ltwrapper_scriptname_result=""
if func_ltwrapper_executable_p "$1"; then
func_dirname_and_basename "$1" "" "."
func_stripname '' '.exe' "$func_basename_result"
func_ltwrapper_scriptname_result="$func_dirname_result/$objdir/${func_stripname_result}_ltshwrapper"
fi
}
# 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 ()
{
$opt_debug
save_ifs=$IFS; IFS='~'
for cmd in $1; do
IFS=$save_ifs
eval cmd=\"$cmd\"
func_show_eval "$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 ()
{
$opt_debug
case $1 in
*/* | *\\*) . "$1" ;;
*) . "./$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 ()
{
$opt_debug
if test -n "$available_tags" && test -z "$tagname"; then
CC_quoted=
for arg in $CC; do
func_quote_for_eval "$arg"
CC_quoted="$CC_quoted $func_quote_for_eval_result"
done
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 "* | " `$ECHO $CC` "* | "`$ECHO $CC` "* | " $CC_quoted"* | "$CC_quoted "* | " `$ECHO $CC_quoted` "* | "`$ECHO $CC_quoted` "*) ;;
# 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 $CC; do
# Double-quote args containing other shell metacharacters.
func_quote_for_eval "$arg"
CC_quoted="$CC_quoted $func_quote_for_eval_result"
done
case "$@ " in
" $CC "* | "$CC "* | " `$ECHO $CC` "* | "`$ECHO $CC` "* | " $CC_quoted"* | "$CC_quoted "* | " `$ECHO $CC_quoted` "* | "`$ECHO $CC_quoted` "*)
# The compiler in the base compile command matches
# the one in the tagged configuration.
# Assume this is the tagged configuration we want.
tagname=$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 "$build_libtool_libs" = yes; then
write_lobj=\'${2}\'
else
write_lobj=none
fi
if test "$build_old_libs" = yes; then
write_oldobj=\'${3}\'
else
write_oldobj=none
fi
$opt_dry_run || {
cat >${write_libobj}T <<EOF
# $write_libobj - a libtool object file
# Generated by $PROGRAM (GNU $PACKAGE$TIMESTAMP) $VERSION
#
# Please DO NOT delete this file!
# It is necessary for linking the library.
# Name of the PIC object.
pic_object=$write_lobj
# Name of the non-PIC object
non_pic_object=$write_oldobj
EOF
$MV "${write_libobj}T" "${write_libobj}"
}
}
# func_mode_compile arg...
func_mode_compile ()
{
$opt_debug
# Get the compilation command and the source file.
base_compile=
srcfile="$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)
pie_flag="$pie_flag $arg"
continue
;;
-shared | -static | -prefer-pic | -prefer-non-pic)
later="$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_quote_for_eval "$arg"
lastarg="$lastarg $func_quote_for_eval_result"
done
IFS="$save_ifs"
func_stripname ' ' '' "$lastarg"
lastarg=$func_stripname_result
# Add the arguments to base_compile.
base_compile="$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 $arg_mode
# Aesthetically quote the previous argument.
func_quote_for_eval "$lastarg"
base_compile="$base_compile $func_quote_for_eval_result"
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 $libobj in
*.[cCFSifmso] | \
*.ada | *.adb | *.ads | *.asm | \
*.c++ | *.cc | *.ii | *.class | *.cpp | *.cxx | \
*.[fF][09]? | *.for | *.java | *.obj | *.sx)
func_xform "$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 $arg in
-shared)
test "$build_libtool_libs" != yes && \
func_fatal_configuration "can not 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 "$build_old_libs" = yes; then
removelist="$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 $host_os in
cygwin* | mingw* | pw32* | os2* | cegcc*)
pic_mode=default
;;
esac
if test "$pic_mode" = no && test "$deplibs_check_method" != pass_all; then
# non-PIC code in shared libraries is not supported
pic_mode=default
fi
# Calculate the filename of the output object if compiler does
# not support -o with -c
if test "$compiler_c_o" = no; then
output_obj=`$ECHO "X$srcfile" | $Xsed -e 's%^.*/%%' -e 's%\.[^.]*$%%'`.${objext}
lockfile="$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 "$need_locks" = yes; then
until $opt_dry_run || ln "$progpath" "$lockfile" 2>/dev/null; do
func_echo "Waiting for $lockfile to be removed"
sleep 2
done
elif test "$need_locks" = warn; 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 $EXIT_FAILURE
fi
removelist="$removelist $output_obj"
$ECHO "$srcfile" > "$lockfile"
fi
$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist
removelist="$removelist $lockfile"
trap '$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist; exit $EXIT_FAILURE' 1 2 15
if test -n "$fix_srcfile_path"; then
eval srcfile=\"$fix_srcfile_path\"
fi
func_quote_for_eval "$srcfile"
qsrcfile=$func_quote_for_eval_result
# Only build a PIC object if we are building libtool libraries.
if test "$build_libtool_libs" = yes; then
# Without this assignment, base_compile gets emptied.
fbsd_hideous_sh_bug=$base_compile
if test "$pic_mode" != no; 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 $objdir
command="$command -o $lobj"
fi
func_show_eval_locale "$command" \
'test -n "$output_obj" && $RM $removelist; exit $EXIT_FAILURE'
if test "$need_locks" = warn &&
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 $error'
fi
# Allow error messages only from the first compilation.
if test "$suppress_opt" = yes; then
suppress_output=' >/dev/null 2>&1'
fi
fi
# Only build a position-dependent object if we build old libraries.
if test "$build_old_libs" = yes; then
if test "$pic_mode" != yes; then
# Don't build PIC code
command="$base_compile $qsrcfile$pie_flag"
else
command="$base_compile $qsrcfile $pic_flag"
fi
if test "$compiler_c_o" = yes; then
command="$command -o $obj"
fi
# Suppress compiler output if we already did a PIC compilation.
command="$command$suppress_output"
func_show_eval_locale "$command" \
'$opt_dry_run || $RM $removelist; exit $EXIT_FAILURE'
if test "$need_locks" = warn &&
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" "$objname"
# Unlock the critical section if it was locked
if test "$need_locks" != no; then
removelist=$lockfile
$RM "$lockfile"
fi
}
exit $EXIT_SUCCESS
}
$opt_help || {
test "$mode" = compile && func_mode_compile ${1+"$@"}
}
func_mode_help ()
{
# We need to display help for each of the modes.
case $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 building PIC objects only
-prefer-non-pic try to building 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
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 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
-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
-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
-shrext SUFFIX override the standard shared library file extension
-static do not do any dynamic linking of uninstalled libtool libraries
-static-libtool-libs
do not do any dynamic linking of libtool libraries
-version-info CURRENT[:REVISION[:AGE]]
specify library version info [each variable defaults to 0]
-weak LIBNAME declare that the target provides the LIBNAME interface
All other options (arguments beginning with \`-') are ignored.
Every other argument is treated as a filename. Files ending in \`.la' are
treated as uninstalled libtool libraries, other files are standard or library
object files.
If the OUTPUT-FILE ends in \`.la', then a libtool library is created,
only library objects (\`.lo' files) may be specified, and \`-rpath' is
required, except when creating a convenience library.
If OUTPUT-FILE ends in \`.a' or \`.lib', then a standard library is created
using \`ar' and \`ranlib', or on Windows using \`lib'.
If OUTPUT-FILE ends in \`.lo' or \`.${objext}', then a reloadable object file
is created, otherwise an executable program is created."
;;
uninstall)
$ECHO \
"Usage: $progname [OPTION]... --mode=uninstall RM [RM-OPTION]... FILE...
Remove libraries from an installation directory.
RM is the name of the program to use to delete files associated with each FILE
(typically \`/bin/rm'). RM-OPTIONS are options (such as \`-f') to be passed
to RM.
If FILE is a libtool library, all the files associated with it are deleted.
Otherwise, only FILE itself is deleted using RM."
;;
*)
func_fatal_help "invalid operation mode \`$mode'"
;;
esac
$ECHO
$ECHO "Try \`$progname --help' for more information about other modes."
exit $?
}
# Now that we've collected a possible --mode arg, show help if necessary
$opt_help && func_mode_help
# func_mode_execute arg...
func_mode_execute ()
{
$opt_debug
# The first argument is the command name.
cmd="$nonopt"
test -z "$cmd" && \
func_fatal_help "you must specify a COMMAND"
# Handle -dlopen flags immediately.
for file in $execute_dlfiles; do
test -f "$file" \
|| func_fatal_help "\`$file' is not a file"
dir=
case $file in
*.la)
# Check to see that this really is a libtool archive.
func_lalib_unsafe_p "$file" \
|| func_fatal_help "\`$lib' is not a valid libtool archive"
# Read the libtool library.
dlname=
library_names=
func_source "$file"
# Skip this library if it cannot be dlopened.
if test -z "$dlname"; then
# Warn if it was a shared library.
test -n "$library_names" && \
func_warning "\`$file' was not linked with \`-export-dynamic'"
continue
fi
func_dirname "$file" "" "."
dir="$func_dirname_result"
if test -f "$dir/$objdir/$dlname"; then
dir="$dir/$objdir"
else
if test ! -f "$dir/$dlname"; then
func_fatal_error "cannot find \`$dlname' in \`$dir' or \`$dir/$objdir'"
fi
fi
;;
*.lo)
# Just add the directory containing the .lo file.
func_dirname "$file" "" "."
dir="$func_dirname_result"
;;
*)
func_warning "\`-dlopen' is ignored for non-libtool libraries and objects"
continue
;;
esac
# Get the absolute pathname.
absdir=`cd "$dir" && pwd`
test -n "$absdir" && dir="$absdir"
# Now add the directory to shlibpath_var.
if eval "test -z \"\$$shlibpath_var\""; then
eval "$shlibpath_var=\"\$dir\""
else
eval "$shlibpath_var=\"\$dir:\$$shlibpath_var\""
fi
done
# This variable tells wrapper scripts just to set shlibpath_var
# rather than running their programs.
libtool_execute_magic="$magic"
# Check if any of the arguments is a wrapper script.
args=
for file
do
case $file in
-*) ;;
*)
# Do a test to see if this is really a libtool program.
if func_ltwrapper_script_p "$file"; then
func_source "$file"
# Transform arg to wrapped name.
file="$progdir/$program"
elif func_ltwrapper_executable_p "$file"; then
func_ltwrapper_scriptname "$file"
func_source "$func_ltwrapper_scriptname_result"
# Transform arg to wrapped name.
file="$progdir/$program"
fi
;;
esac
# Quote arguments (to preserve shell metacharacters).
func_quote_for_eval "$file"
args="$args $func_quote_for_eval_result"
done
if test "X$opt_dry_run" = Xfalse; then
if test -n "$shlibpath_var"; then
# Export the shlibpath_var.
eval "export $shlibpath_var"
fi
# Restore saved environment variables
for lt_var in LANG LANGUAGE LC_ALL LC_CTYPE LC_COLLATE LC_MESSAGES
do
eval "if test \"\${save_$lt_var+set}\" = set; then
$lt_var=\$save_$lt_var; export $lt_var
else
$lt_unset $lt_var
fi"
done
# Now prepare to actually exec the command.
exec_cmd="\$cmd$args"
else
# Display what would be done.
if test -n "$shlibpath_var"; then
eval "\$ECHO \"\$shlibpath_var=\$$shlibpath_var\""
$ECHO "export $shlibpath_var"
fi
$ECHO "$cmd$args"
exit $EXIT_SUCCESS
fi
}
test "$mode" = execute && func_mode_execute ${1+"$@"}
# func_mode_finish arg...
func_mode_finish ()
{
$opt_debug
libdirs="$nonopt"
admincmds=
if test -n "$finish_cmds$finish_eval" && test -n "$libdirs"; then
for dir
do
libdirs="$libdirs $dir"
done
for libdir in $libdirs; do
if test -n "$finish_cmds"; then
# Do each command in the finish commands.
func_execute_cmds "$finish_cmds" 'admincmds="$admincmds
'"$cmd"'"'
fi
if test -n "$finish_eval"; then
# Do the single finish_eval.
eval cmds=\"$finish_eval\"
$opt_dry_run || eval "$cmds" || admincmds="$admincmds
$cmds"
fi
done
fi
# Exit here if they wanted silent mode.
$opt_silent && exit $EXIT_SUCCESS
$ECHO "X----------------------------------------------------------------------" | $Xsed
$ECHO "Libraries have been installed in:"
for libdir in $libdirs; do
$ECHO " $libdir"
done
$ECHO
$ECHO "If you ever happen to want to link against installed libraries"
$ECHO "in a given directory, LIBDIR, you must either use libtool, and"
$ECHO "specify the full pathname of the library, or use the \`-LLIBDIR'"
$ECHO "flag during linking and do at least one of the following:"
if test -n "$shlibpath_var"; then
$ECHO " - add LIBDIR to the \`$shlibpath_var' environment variable"
$ECHO " during execution"
fi
if test -n "$runpath_var"; then
$ECHO " - add LIBDIR to the \`$runpath_var' environment variable"
$ECHO " during linking"
fi
if test -n "$hardcode_libdir_flag_spec"; then
libdir=LIBDIR
eval flag=\"$hardcode_libdir_flag_spec\"
$ECHO " - use the \`$flag' linker flag"
fi
if test -n "$admincmds"; then
$ECHO " - have your system administrator run these commands:$admincmds"
fi
if test -f /etc/ld.so.conf; then
$ECHO " - have your system administrator add LIBDIR to \`/etc/ld.so.conf'"
fi
$ECHO
$ECHO "See any operating system documentation about shared libraries for"
case $host in
solaris2.[6789]|solaris2.1[0-9])
$ECHO "more information, such as the ld(1), crle(1) and ld.so(8) manual"
$ECHO "pages."
;;
*)
$ECHO "more information, such as the ld(1) and ld.so(8) manual pages."
;;
esac
$ECHO "X----------------------------------------------------------------------" | $Xsed
exit $EXIT_SUCCESS
}
test "$mode" = finish && func_mode_finish ${1+"$@"}
# func_mode_install arg...
func_mode_install ()
{
$opt_debug
# There may be an optional sh(1) argument at the beginning of
# install_prog (especially on Windows NT).
if test "$nonopt" = "$SHELL" || test "$nonopt" = /bin/sh ||
# Allow the use of GNU shtool's install command.
$ECHO "X$nonopt" | $GREP shtool >/dev/null; then
# Aesthetically quote it.
func_quote_for_eval "$nonopt"
install_prog="$func_quote_for_eval_result "
arg=$1
shift
else
install_prog=
arg=$nonopt
fi
# The real first argument should be the name of the installation program.
# Aesthetically quote it.
func_quote_for_eval "$arg"
install_prog="$install_prog$func_quote_for_eval_result"
# We need to accept at least all the BSD install flags.
dest=
files=
opts=
prev=
install_type=
isdir=no
stripme=
for arg
do
if test -n "$dest"; then
files="$files $dest"
dest=$arg
continue
fi
case $arg in
-d) isdir=yes ;;
-f)
case " $install_prog " in
*[\\\ /]cp\ *) ;;
*) prev=$arg ;;
esac
;;
-g | -m | -o)
prev=$arg
;;
-s)
stripme=" -s"
continue
;;
-*)
;;
*)
# If the previous option needed an argument, then skip it.
if test -n "$prev"; then
prev=
else
dest=$arg
continue
fi
;;
esac
# Aesthetically quote the argument.
func_quote_for_eval "$arg"
install_prog="$install_prog $func_quote_for_eval_result"
done
test -z "$install_prog" && \
func_fatal_help "you must specify an install program"
test -n "$prev" && \
func_fatal_help "the \`$prev' option requires an argument"
if test -z "$files"; then
if test -z "$dest"; then
func_fatal_help "no file or destination specified"
else
func_fatal_help "you must specify a destination"
fi
fi
# Strip any trailing slash from the destination.
func_stripname '' '/' "$dest"
dest=$func_stripname_result
# Check to see that the destination is a directory.
test -d "$dest" && isdir=yes
if test "$isdir" = yes; then
destdir="$dest"
destname=
else
func_dirname_and_basename "$dest" "" "."
destdir="$func_dirname_result"
destname="$func_basename_result"
# Not a directory, so check to see that there is only one file specified.
set dummy $files; shift
test "$#" -gt 1 && \
func_fatal_help "\`$dest' is not a directory"
fi
case $destdir in
[\\/]* | [A-Za-z]:[\\/]*) ;;
*)
for file in $files; do
case $file in
*.lo) ;;
*)
func_fatal_help "\`$destdir' must be an absolute directory name"
;;
esac
done
;;
esac
# This variable tells wrapper scripts just to set variables rather
# than running their programs.
libtool_install_magic="$magic"
staticlibs=
future_libdirs=
current_libdirs=
for file in $files; do
# Do each installation.
case $file in
*.$libext)
# Do the static libraries later.
staticlibs="$staticlibs $file"
;;
*.la)
# Check to see that this really is a libtool archive.
func_lalib_unsafe_p "$file" \
|| func_fatal_help "\`$file' is not a valid libtool archive"
library_names=
old_library=
relink_command=
func_source "$file"
# Add the libdir to current_libdirs if it is the destination.
if test "X$destdir" = "X$libdir"; then
case "$current_libdirs " in
*" $libdir "*) ;;
*) current_libdirs="$current_libdirs $libdir" ;;
esac
else
# Note the libdir as a future libdir.
case "$future_libdirs " in
*" $libdir "*) ;;
*) future_libdirs="$future_libdirs $libdir" ;;
esac
fi
func_dirname "$file" "/" ""
dir="$func_dirname_result"
dir="$dir$objdir"
if test -n "$relink_command"; then
# Determine the prefix the user has applied to our future dir.
inst_prefix_dir=`$ECHO "X$destdir" | $Xsed -e "s%$libdir\$%%"`
# Don't allow the user to place us outside of our expected
# location b/c this prevents finding dependent libraries that
# are installed to the same prefix.
# At present, this check doesn't affect windows .dll's that
# are installed into $libdir/../bin (currently, that works fine)
# but it's something to keep an eye on.
test "$inst_prefix_dir" = "$destdir" && \
func_fatal_error "error: cannot install \`$file' to a directory not ending in $libdir"
if test -n "$inst_prefix_dir"; then
# Stick the inst_prefix_dir data into the link command.
relink_command=`$ECHO "X$relink_command" | $Xsed -e "s%@inst_prefix_dir@%-inst-prefix-dir $inst_prefix_dir%"`
else
relink_command=`$ECHO "X$relink_command" | $Xsed -e "s%@inst_prefix_dir@%%"`
fi
func_warning "relinking \`$file'"
func_show_eval "$relink_command" \
'func_fatal_error "error: relink \`$file'\'' with the above command before installing it"'
fi
# See the names of the shared library.
set dummy $library_names; shift
if test -n "$1"; then
realname="$1"
shift
srcname="$realname"
test -n "$relink_command" && srcname="$realname"T
# Install the shared library and build the symlinks.
func_show_eval "$install_prog $dir/$srcname $destdir/$realname" \
'exit $?'
tstripme="$stripme"
case $host_os in
cygwin* | mingw* | pw32* | cegcc*)
case $realname in
*.dll.a)
tstripme=""
;;
esac
;;
esac
if test -n "$tstripme" && test -n "$striplib"; then
func_show_eval "$striplib $destdir/$realname" 'exit $?'
fi
if test "$#" -gt 0; then
# Delete the old symlinks, and create new ones.
# Try `ln -sf' first, because the `ln' binary might depend on
# the symlink we replace! Solaris /bin/ln does not understand -f,
# so we also need to try rm && ln -s.
for linkname
do
test "$linkname" != "$realname" \
&& func_show_eval "(cd $destdir && { $LN_S -f $realname $linkname || { $RM $linkname && $LN_S $realname $linkname; }; })"
done
fi
# Do each command in the postinstall commands.
lib="$destdir/$realname"
func_execute_cmds "$postinstall_cmds" 'exit $?'
fi
# Install the pseudo-library for information purposes.
func_basename "$file"
name="$func_basename_result"
instname="$dir/$name"i
func_show_eval "$install_prog $instname $destdir/$name" 'exit $?'
# Maybe install the static library, too.
test -n "$old_library" && staticlibs="$staticlibs $dir/$old_library"
;;
*.lo)
# Install (i.e. copy) a libtool object.
# Figure out destination file name, if it wasn't already specified.
if test -n "$destname"; then
destfile="$destdir/$destname"
else
func_basename "$file"
destfile="$func_basename_result"
destfile="$destdir/$destfile"
fi
# Deduce the name of the destination old-style object file.
case $destfile in
*.lo)
func_lo2o "$destfile"
staticdest=$func_lo2o_result
;;
*.$objext)
staticdest="$destfile"
destfile=
;;
*)
func_fatal_help "cannot copy a libtool object to \`$destfile'"
;;
esac
# Install the libtool object if requested.
test -n "$destfile" && \
func_show_eval "$install_prog $file $destfile" 'exit $?'
# Install the old object if enabled.
if test "$build_old_libs" = yes; then
# Deduce the name of the old-style object file.
func_lo2o "$file"
staticobj=$func_lo2o_result
func_show_eval "$install_prog \$staticobj \$staticdest" 'exit $?'
fi
exit $EXIT_SUCCESS
;;
*)
# Figure out destination file name, if it wasn't already specified.
if test -n "$destname"; then
destfile="$destdir/$destname"
else
func_basename "$file"
destfile="$func_basename_result"
destfile="$destdir/$destfile"
fi
# If the file is missing, and there is a .exe on the end, strip it
# because it is most likely a libtool script we actually want to
# install
stripped_ext=""
case $file in
*.exe)
if test ! -f "$file"; then
func_stripname '' '.exe' "$file"
file=$func_stripname_result
stripped_ext=".exe"
fi
;;
esac
# Do a test to see if this is really a libtool program.
case $host in
*cygwin* | *mingw*)
if func_ltwrapper_executable_p "$file"; then
func_ltwrapper_scriptname "$file"
wrapper=$func_ltwrapper_scriptname_result
else
func_stripname '' '.exe' "$file"
wrapper=$func_stripname_result
fi
;;
*)
wrapper=$file
;;
esac
if func_ltwrapper_script_p "$wrapper"; then
notinst_deplibs=
relink_command=
func_source "$wrapper"
# Check the variables that should have been set.
test -z "$generated_by_libtool_version" && \
func_fatal_error "invalid libtool wrapper script \`$wrapper'"
finalize=yes
for lib in $notinst_deplibs; do
# Check to see that each library is installed.
libdir=
if test -f "$lib"; then
func_source "$lib"
fi
libfile="$libdir/"`$ECHO "X$lib" | $Xsed -e 's%^.*/%%g'` ### testsuite: skip nested quoting test
if test -n "$libdir" && test ! -f "$libfile"; then
func_warning "\`$lib' has not been installed in \`$libdir'"
finalize=no
fi
done
relink_command=
func_source "$wrapper"
outputname=
if test "$fast_install" = no && test -n "$relink_command"; then
$opt_dry_run || {
if test "$finalize" = yes; then
tmpdir=`func_mktempdir`
func_basename "$file$stripped_ext"
file="$func_basename_result"
outputname="$tmpdir/$file"
# Replace the output file specification.
relink_command=`$ECHO "X$relink_command" | $Xsed -e 's%@OUTPUT@%'"$outputname"'%g'`
$opt_silent || {
func_quote_for_expand "$relink_command"
eval "func_echo $func_quote_for_expand_result"
}
if eval "$relink_command"; then :
else
func_error "error: relink \`$file' with the above command before installing it"
$opt_dry_run || ${RM}r "$tmpdir"
continue
fi
file="$outputname"
else
func_warning "cannot relink \`$file'"
fi
}
else
# Install the binary that we compiled earlier.
file=`$ECHO "X$file$stripped_ext" | $Xsed -e "s%\([^/]*\)$%$objdir/\1%"`
fi
fi
# remove .exe since cygwin /usr/bin/install will append another
# one anyway
case $install_prog,$host in
*/usr/bin/install*,*cygwin*)
case $file:$destfile in
*.exe:*.exe)
# this is ok
;;
*.exe:*)
destfile=$destfile.exe
;;
*:*.exe)
func_stripname '' '.exe' "$destfile"
destfile=$func_stripname_result
;;
esac
;;
esac
func_show_eval "$install_prog\$stripme \$file \$destfile" 'exit $?'
$opt_dry_run || if test -n "$outputname"; then
${RM}r "$tmpdir"
fi
;;
esac
done
for file in $staticlibs; do
func_basename "$file"
name="$func_basename_result"
# Set up the ranlib parameters.
oldlib="$destdir/$name"
func_show_eval "$install_prog \$file \$oldlib" 'exit $?'
if test -n "$stripme" && test -n "$old_striplib"; then
func_show_eval "$old_striplib $oldlib" 'exit $?'
fi
# Do each command in the postinstall commands.
func_execute_cmds "$old_postinstall_cmds" 'exit $?'
done
test -n "$future_libdirs" && \
func_warning "remember to run \`$progname --finish$future_libdirs'"
if test -n "$current_libdirs"; then
# Maybe just do a dry run.
$opt_dry_run && current_libdirs=" -n$current_libdirs"
exec_cmd='$SHELL $progpath $preserve_args --finish$current_libdirs'
else
exit $EXIT_SUCCESS
fi
}
test "$mode" = install && func_mode_install ${1+"$@"}
# func_generate_dlsyms outputname originator pic_p
# Extract symbols from dlprefiles and create ${outputname}S.o with
# a dlpreopen symbol table.
func_generate_dlsyms ()
{
$opt_debug
my_outputname="$1"
my_originator="$2"
my_pic_p="${3-no}"
my_prefix=`$ECHO "$my_originator" | sed 's%[^a-zA-Z0-9]%_%g'`
my_dlsyms=
if test -n "$dlfiles$dlprefiles" || test "$dlself" != no; then
if test -n "$NM" && test -n "$global_symbol_pipe"; then
my_dlsyms="${my_outputname}S.c"
else
func_error "not configured to extract global symbols from dlpreopened files"
fi
fi
if test -n "$my_dlsyms"; then
case $my_dlsyms in
"") ;;
*.c)
# Discover the nlist of each of the dlfiles.
nlist="$output_objdir/${my_outputname}.nm"
func_show_eval "$RM $nlist ${nlist}S ${nlist}T"
# Parse the name list into a source file.
func_verbose "creating $output_objdir/$my_dlsyms"
$opt_dry_run || $ECHO > "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms" "\
/* $my_dlsyms - symbol resolution table for \`$my_outputname' dlsym emulation. */
/* Generated by $PROGRAM (GNU $PACKAGE$TIMESTAMP) $VERSION */
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern \"C\" {
#endif
/* External symbol declarations for the compiler. */\
"
if test "$dlself" = yes; then
func_verbose "generating symbol list for \`$output'"
$opt_dry_run || echo ': @PROGRAM@ ' > "$nlist"
# Add our own program objects to the symbol list.
progfiles=`$ECHO "X$objs$old_deplibs" | $SP2NL | $Xsed -e "$lo2o" | $NL2SP`
for progfile in $progfiles; do
func_verbose "extracting global C symbols from \`$progfile'"
$opt_dry_run || eval "$NM $progfile | $global_symbol_pipe >> '$nlist'"
done
if test -n "$exclude_expsyms"; then
$opt_dry_run || {
eval '$EGREP -v " ($exclude_expsyms)$" "$nlist" > "$nlist"T'
eval '$MV "$nlist"T "$nlist"'
}
fi
if test -n "$export_symbols_regex"; then
$opt_dry_run || {
eval '$EGREP -e "$export_symbols_regex" "$nlist" > "$nlist"T'
eval '$MV "$nlist"T "$nlist"'
}
fi
# Prepare the list of exported symbols
if test -z "$export_symbols"; then
export_symbols="$output_objdir/$outputname.exp"
$opt_dry_run || {
$RM $export_symbols
eval "${SED} -n -e '/^: @PROGRAM@ $/d' -e 's/^.* \(.*\)$/\1/p' "'< "$nlist" > "$export_symbols"'
case $host in
*cygwin* | *mingw* | *cegcc* )
eval "echo EXPORTS "'> "$output_objdir/$outputname.def"'
eval 'cat "$export_symbols" >> "$output_objdir/$outputname.def"'
;;
esac
}
else
$opt_dry_run || {
eval "${SED} -e 's/\([].[*^$]\)/\\\\\1/g' -e 's/^/ /' -e 's/$/$/'"' < "$export_symbols" > "$output_objdir/$outputname.exp"'
eval '$GREP -f "$output_objdir/$outputname.exp" < "$nlist" > "$nlist"T'
eval '$MV "$nlist"T "$nlist"'
case $host in
*cygwin | *mingw* | *cegcc* )
eval "echo EXPORTS "'> "$output_objdir/$outputname.def"'
eval 'cat "$nlist" >> "$output_objdir/$outputname.def"'
;;
esac
}
fi
fi
for dlprefile in $dlprefiles; do
func_verbose "extracting global C symbols from \`$dlprefile'"
func_basename "$dlprefile"
name="$func_basename_result"
$opt_dry_run || {
eval '$ECHO ": $name " >> "$nlist"'
eval "$NM $dlprefile 2>/dev/null | $global_symbol_pipe >> '$nlist'"
}
done
$opt_dry_run || {
# Make sure we have at least an empty file.
test -f "$nlist" || : > "$nlist"
if test -n "$exclude_expsyms"; then
$EGREP -v " ($exclude_expsyms)$" "$nlist" > "$nlist"T
$MV "$nlist"T "$nlist"
fi
# Try sorting and uniquifying the output.
if $GREP -v "^: " < "$nlist" |
if sort -k 3 </dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1; then
sort -k 3
else
sort +2
fi |
uniq > "$nlist"S; then
:
else
$GREP -v "^: " < "$nlist" > "$nlist"S
fi
if test -f "$nlist"S; then
eval "$global_symbol_to_cdecl"' < "$nlist"S >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms"'
else
$ECHO '/* NONE */' >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms"
fi
$ECHO >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms" "\
/* The mapping between symbol names and symbols. */
typedef struct {
const char *name;
void *address;
} lt_dlsymlist;
"
case $host in
*cygwin* | *mingw* | *cegcc* )
$ECHO >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms" "\
/* DATA imports from DLLs on WIN32 con't be const, because
runtime relocations are performed -- see ld's documentation
on pseudo-relocs. */"
lt_dlsym_const= ;;
*osf5*)
echo >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms" "\
/* This system does not cope well with relocations in const data */"
lt_dlsym_const= ;;
*)
lt_dlsym_const=const ;;
esac
$ECHO >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms" "\
extern $lt_dlsym_const lt_dlsymlist
lt_${my_prefix}_LTX_preloaded_symbols[];
$lt_dlsym_const lt_dlsymlist
lt_${my_prefix}_LTX_preloaded_symbols[] =
{\
{ \"$my_originator\", (void *) 0 },"
case $need_lib_prefix in
no)
eval "$global_symbol_to_c_name_address" < "$nlist" >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms"
;;
*)
eval "$global_symbol_to_c_name_address_lib_prefix" < "$nlist" >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms"
;;
esac
$ECHO >> "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms" "\
{0, (void *) 0}
};
/* This works around a problem in FreeBSD linker */
#ifdef FREEBSD_WORKAROUND
static const void *lt_preloaded_setup() {
return lt_${my_prefix}_LTX_preloaded_symbols;
}
#endif
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif\
"
} # !$opt_dry_run
pic_flag_for_symtable=
case "$compile_command " in
*" -static "*) ;;
*)
case $host in
# compiling the symbol table file with pic_flag works around
# a FreeBSD bug that causes programs to crash when -lm is
# linked before any other PIC object. But we must not use
# pic_flag when linking with -static. The problem exists in
# FreeBSD 2.2.6 and is fixed in FreeBSD 3.1.
*-*-freebsd2*|*-*-freebsd3.0*|*-*-freebsdelf3.0*)
pic_flag_for_symtable=" $pic_flag -DFREEBSD_WORKAROUND" ;;
*-*-hpux*)
pic_flag_for_symtable=" $pic_flag" ;;
*)
if test "X$my_pic_p" != Xno; then
pic_flag_for_symtable=" $pic_flag"
fi
;;
esac
;;
esac
symtab_cflags=
for arg in $LTCFLAGS; do
case $arg in
-pie | -fpie | -fPIE) ;;
*) symtab_cflags="$symtab_cflags $arg" ;;
esac
done
# Now compile the dynamic symbol file.
func_show_eval '(cd $output_objdir && $LTCC$symtab_cflags -c$no_builtin_flag$pic_flag_for_symtable "$my_dlsyms")' 'exit $?'
# Clean up the generated files.
func_show_eval '$RM "$output_objdir/$my_dlsyms" "$nlist" "${nlist}S" "${nlist}T"'
# Transform the symbol file into the correct name.
symfileobj="$output_objdir/${my_outputname}S.$objext"
case $host in
*cygwin* | *mingw* | *cegcc* )
if test -f "$output_objdir/$my_outputname.def"; then
compile_command=`$ECHO "X$compile_command" | $Xsed -e "s%@SYMFILE@%$output_objdir/$my_outputname.def $symfileobj%"`
finalize_command=`$ECHO "X$finalize_command" | $Xsed -e "s%@SYMFILE@%$output_objdir/$my_outputname.def $symfileobj%"`
else
compile_command=`$ECHO "X$compile_command" | $Xsed -e "s%@SYMFILE@%$symfileobj%"`
finalize_command=`$ECHO "X$finalize_command" | $Xsed -e "s%@SYMFILE@%$symfileobj%"`
fi
;;
*)
compile_command=`$ECHO "X$compile_command" | $Xsed -e "s%@SYMFILE@%$symfileobj%"`
finalize_command=`$ECHO "X$finalize_command" | $Xsed -e "s%@SYMFILE@%$symfileobj%"`
;;
esac
;;
*)
func_fatal_error "unknown suffix for \`$my_dlsyms'"
;;
esac
else
# We keep going just in case the user didn't refer to
# lt_preloaded_symbols. The linker will fail if global_symbol_pipe
# really was required.
# Nullify the symbol file.
compile_command=`$ECHO "X$compile_command" | $Xsed -e "s% @SYMFILE@%%"`
finalize_command=`$ECHO "X$finalize_command" | $Xsed -e "s% @SYMFILE@%%"`
fi
}
# func_win32_libid arg
# return the library type of file 'arg'
#
# Need a lot of goo to handle *both* DLLs and import libs
# Has to be a shell function in order to 'eat' the argument
# that is supplied when $file_magic_command is called.
func_win32_libid ()
{
$opt_debug
win32_libid_type="unknown"
win32_fileres=`file -L $1 2>/dev/null`
case $win32_fileres in
*ar\ archive\ import\ library*) # definitely import
win32_libid_type="x86 archive import"
;;
*ar\ archive*) # could be an import, or static
if eval $OBJDUMP -f $1 | $SED -e '10q' 2>/dev/null |
$EGREP 'file format pe-i386(.*architecture: i386)?' >/dev/null ; then
win32_nmres=`eval $NM -f posix -A $1 |
$SED -n -e '
1,100{
/ I /{
s,.*,import,
p
q
}
}'`
case $win32_nmres in
import*) win32_libid_type="x86 archive import";;
*) win32_libid_type="x86 archive static";;
esac
fi
;;
*DLL*)
win32_libid_type="x86 DLL"
;;
*executable*) # but shell scripts are "executable" too...
case $win32_fileres in
*MS\ Windows\ PE\ Intel*)
win32_libid_type="x86 DLL"
;;
esac
;;
esac
$ECHO "$win32_libid_type"
}
# func_extract_an_archive dir oldlib
func_extract_an_archive ()
{
$opt_debug
f_ex_an_ar_dir="$1"; shift
f_ex_an_ar_oldlib="$1"
func_show_eval "(cd \$f_ex_an_ar_dir && $AR x \"\$f_ex_an_ar_oldlib\")" 'exit $?'
if ($AR t "$f_ex_an_ar_oldlib" | sort | sort -uc >/dev/null 2>&1); then
:
else
func_fatal_error "object name conflicts in archive: $f_ex_an_ar_dir/$f_ex_an_ar_oldlib"
fi
}
# func_extract_archives gentop oldlib ...
func_extract_archives ()
{
$opt_debug
my_gentop="$1"; shift
my_oldlibs=${1+"$@"}
my_oldobjs=""
my_xlib=""
my_xabs=""
my_xdir=""
for my_xlib in $my_oldlibs; do
# Extract the objects.
case $my_xlib in
[\\/]* | [A-Za-z]:[\\/]*) my_xabs="$my_xlib" ;;
*) my_xabs=`pwd`"/$my_xlib" ;;
esac
func_basename "$my_xlib"
my_xlib="$func_basename_result"
my_xlib_u=$my_xlib
while :; do
case " $extracted_archives " in
*" $my_xlib_u "*)
func_arith $extracted_serial + 1
extracted_serial=$func_arith_result
my_xlib_u=lt$extracted_serial-$my_xlib ;;
*) break ;;
esac
done
extracted_archives="$extracted_archives $my_xlib_u"
my_xdir="$my_gentop/$my_xlib_u"
func_mkdir_p "$my_xdir"
case $host in
*-darwin*)
func_verbose "Extracting $my_xabs"
# Do not bother doing anything if just a dry run
$opt_dry_run || {
darwin_orig_dir=`pwd`
cd $my_xdir || exit $?
darwin_archive=$my_xabs
darwin_curdir=`pwd`
darwin_base_archive=`basename "$darwin_archive"`
darwin_arches=`$LIPO -info "$darwin_archive" 2>/dev/null | $GREP Architectures 2>/dev/null || true`
if test -n "$darwin_arches"; then
darwin_arches=`$ECHO "$darwin_arches" | $SED -e 's/.*are://'`
darwin_arch=
func_verbose "$darwin_base_archive has multiple architectures $darwin_arches"
for darwin_arch in $darwin_arches ; do
func_mkdir_p "unfat-$$/${darwin_base_archive}-${darwin_arch}"
$LIPO -thin $darwin_arch -output "unfat-$$/${darwin_base_archive}-${darwin_arch}/${darwin_base_archive}" "${darwin_archive}"
cd "unfat-$$/${darwin_base_archive}-${darwin_arch}"
func_extract_an_archive "`pwd`" "${darwin_base_archive}"
cd "$darwin_curdir"
$RM "unfat-$$/${darwin_base_archive}-${darwin_arch}/${darwin_base_archive}"
done # $darwin_arches
## Okay now we've a bunch of thin objects, gotta fatten them up :)
darwin_filelist=`find unfat-$$ -type f -name \*.o -print -o -name \*.lo -print | $SED -e "$basename" | sort -u`
darwin_file=
darwin_files=
for darwin_file in $darwin_filelist; do
darwin_files=`find unfat-$$ -name $darwin_file -print | $NL2SP`
$LIPO -create -output "$darwin_file" $darwin_files
done # $darwin_filelist
$RM -rf unfat-$$
cd "$darwin_orig_dir"
else
cd $darwin_orig_dir
func_extract_an_archive "$my_xdir" "$my_xabs"
fi # $darwin_arches
} # !$opt_dry_run
;;
*)
func_extract_an_archive "$my_xdir" "$my_xabs"
;;
esac
my_oldobjs="$my_oldobjs "`find $my_xdir -name \*.$objext -print -o -name \*.lo -print | $NL2SP`
done
func_extract_archives_result="$my_oldobjs"
}
# func_emit_wrapper_part1 [arg=no]
#
# Emit the first part of a libtool wrapper script on stdout.
# For more information, see the description associated with
# func_emit_wrapper(), below.
func_emit_wrapper_part1 ()
{
func_emit_wrapper_part1_arg1=no
if test -n "$1" ; then
func_emit_wrapper_part1_arg1=$1
fi
$ECHO "\
#! $SHELL
# $output - temporary wrapper script for $objdir/$outputname
# Generated by $PROGRAM (GNU $PACKAGE$TIMESTAMP) $VERSION
#
# The $output program cannot be directly executed until all the libtool
# libraries that it depends on are installed.
#
# This wrapper script should never be moved out of the build directory.
# If it is, it will not operate correctly.
# Sed substitution that helps us do robust quoting. It backslashifies
# metacharacters that are still active within double-quoted strings.
Xsed='${SED} -e 1s/^X//'
sed_quote_subst='$sed_quote_subst'
# Be Bourne compatible
if test -n \"\${ZSH_VERSION+set}\" && (emulate sh) >/dev/null 2>&1; then
emulate sh
NULLCMD=:
# Zsh 3.x and 4.x performs word splitting on \${1+\"\$@\"}, which
# is contrary to our usage. Disable this feature.
alias -g '\${1+\"\$@\"}'='\"\$@\"'
setopt NO_GLOB_SUBST
else
case \`(set -o) 2>/dev/null\` in *posix*) set -o posix;; esac
fi
BIN_SH=xpg4; export BIN_SH # for Tru64
DUALCASE=1; export DUALCASE # for MKS sh
# The HP-UX ksh and POSIX shell print the target directory to stdout
# if CDPATH is set.
(unset CDPATH) >/dev/null 2>&1 && unset CDPATH
relink_command=\"$relink_command\"
# This environment variable determines our operation mode.
if test \"\$libtool_install_magic\" = \"$magic\"; then
# install mode needs the following variables:
generated_by_libtool_version='$macro_version'
notinst_deplibs='$notinst_deplibs'
else
# When we are sourced in execute mode, \$file and \$ECHO are already set.
if test \"\$libtool_execute_magic\" != \"$magic\"; then
ECHO=\"$qecho\"
file=\"\$0\"
# Make sure echo works.
if test \"X\$1\" = X--no-reexec; then
# Discard the --no-reexec flag, and continue.
shift
elif test \"X\`{ \$ECHO '\t'; } 2>/dev/null\`\" = 'X\t'; then
# Yippee, \$ECHO works!
:
else
# Restart under the correct shell, and then maybe \$ECHO will work.
exec $SHELL \"\$0\" --no-reexec \${1+\"\$@\"}
fi
fi\
"
$ECHO "\
# Find the directory that this script lives in.
thisdir=\`\$ECHO \"X\$file\" | \$Xsed -e 's%/[^/]*$%%'\`
test \"x\$thisdir\" = \"x\$file\" && thisdir=.
# Follow symbolic links until we get to the real thisdir.
file=\`ls -ld \"\$file\" | ${SED} -n 's/.*-> //p'\`
while test -n \"\$file\"; do
destdir=\`\$ECHO \"X\$file\" | \$Xsed -e 's%/[^/]*\$%%'\`
# If there was a directory component, then change thisdir.
if test \"x\$destdir\" != \"x\$file\"; then
case \"\$destdir\" in
[\\\\/]* | [A-Za-z]:[\\\\/]*) thisdir=\"\$destdir\" ;;
*) thisdir=\"\$thisdir/\$destdir\" ;;
esac
fi
file=\`\$ECHO \"X\$file\" | \$Xsed -e 's%^.*/%%'\`
file=\`ls -ld \"\$thisdir/\$file\" | ${SED} -n 's/.*-> //p'\`
done
"
}
# end: func_emit_wrapper_part1
# func_emit_wrapper_part2 [arg=no]
#
# Emit the second part of a libtool wrapper script on stdout.
# For more information, see the description associated with
# func_emit_wrapper(), below.
func_emit_wrapper_part2 ()
{
func_emit_wrapper_part2_arg1=no
if test -n "$1" ; then
func_emit_wrapper_part2_arg1=$1
fi
$ECHO "\
# Usually 'no', except on cygwin/mingw when embedded into
# the cwrapper.
WRAPPER_SCRIPT_BELONGS_IN_OBJDIR=$func_emit_wrapper_part2_arg1
if test \"\$WRAPPER_SCRIPT_BELONGS_IN_OBJDIR\" = \"yes\"; then
# special case for '.'
if test \"\$thisdir\" = \".\"; then
thisdir=\`pwd\`
fi
# remove .libs from thisdir
case \"\$thisdir\" in
*[\\\\/]$objdir ) thisdir=\`\$ECHO \"X\$thisdir\" | \$Xsed -e 's%[\\\\/][^\\\\/]*$%%'\` ;;
$objdir ) thisdir=. ;;
esac
fi
# Try to get the absolute directory name.
absdir=\`cd \"\$thisdir\" && pwd\`
test -n \"\$absdir\" && thisdir=\"\$absdir\"
"
if test "$fast_install" = yes; then
$ECHO "\
program=lt-'$outputname'$exeext
progdir=\"\$thisdir/$objdir\"
if test ! -f \"\$progdir/\$program\" ||
{ file=\`ls -1dt \"\$progdir/\$program\" \"\$progdir/../\$program\" 2>/dev/null | ${SED} 1q\`; \\
test \"X\$file\" != \"X\$progdir/\$program\"; }; then
file=\"\$\$-\$program\"
if test ! -d \"\$progdir\"; then
$MKDIR \"\$progdir\"
else
$RM \"\$progdir/\$file\"
fi"
$ECHO "\
# relink executable if necessary
if test -n \"\$relink_command\"; then
if relink_command_output=\`eval \$relink_command 2>&1\`; then :
else
$ECHO \"\$relink_command_output\" >&2
$RM \"\$progdir/\$file\"
exit 1
fi
fi
$MV \"\$progdir/\$file\" \"\$progdir/\$program\" 2>/dev/null ||
{ $RM \"\$progdir/\$program\";
$MV \"\$progdir/\$file\" \"\$progdir/\$program\"; }
$RM \"\$progdir/\$file\"
fi"
else
$ECHO "\
program='$outputname'
progdir=\"\$thisdir/$objdir\"
"
fi
$ECHO "\
if test -f \"\$progdir/\$program\"; then"
# Export our shlibpath_var if we have one.
if test "$shlibpath_overrides_runpath" = yes && test -n "$shlibpath_var" && test -n "$temp_rpath"; then
$ECHO "\
# Add our own library path to $shlibpath_var
$shlibpath_var=\"$temp_rpath\$$shlibpath_var\"
# Some systems cannot cope with colon-terminated $shlibpath_var
# The second colon is a workaround for a bug in BeOS R4 sed
$shlibpath_var=\`\$ECHO \"X\$$shlibpath_var\" | \$Xsed -e 's/::*\$//'\`
export $shlibpath_var
"
fi
# fixup the dll searchpath if we need to.
if test -n "$dllsearchpath"; then
$ECHO "\
# Add the dll search path components to the executable PATH
PATH=$dllsearchpath:\$PATH
"
fi
$ECHO "\
if test \"\$libtool_execute_magic\" != \"$magic\"; then
# Run the actual program with our arguments.
"
case $host in
# Backslashes separate directories on plain windows
*-*-mingw | *-*-os2* | *-cegcc*)
$ECHO "\
exec \"\$progdir\\\\\$program\" \${1+\"\$@\"}
"
;;
*)
$ECHO "\
exec \"\$progdir/\$program\" \${1+\"\$@\"}
"
;;
esac
$ECHO "\
\$ECHO \"\$0: cannot exec \$program \$*\" 1>&2
exit 1
fi
else
# The program doesn't exist.
\$ECHO \"\$0: error: \\\`\$progdir/\$program' does not exist\" 1>&2
\$ECHO \"This script is just a wrapper for \$program.\" 1>&2
$ECHO \"See the $PACKAGE documentation for more information.\" 1>&2
exit 1
fi
fi\
"
}
# end: func_emit_wrapper_part2
# func_emit_wrapper [arg=no]
#
# Emit a libtool wrapper script on stdout.
# Don't directly open a file because we may want to
# incorporate the script contents within a cygwin/mingw
# wrapper executable. Must ONLY be called from within
# func_mode_link because it depends on a number of variables
# set therein.
#
# ARG is the value that the WRAPPER_SCRIPT_BELONGS_IN_OBJDIR
# variable will take. If 'yes', then the emitted script
# will assume that the directory in which it is stored is
# the $objdir directory. This is a cygwin/mingw-specific
# behavior.
func_emit_wrapper ()
{
func_emit_wrapper_arg1=no
if test -n "$1" ; then
func_emit_wrapper_arg1=$1
fi
# split this up so that func_emit_cwrapperexe_src
# can call each part independently.
func_emit_wrapper_part1 "${func_emit_wrapper_arg1}"
func_emit_wrapper_part2 "${func_emit_wrapper_arg1}"
}
# func_to_host_path arg
#
# Convert paths to host format when used with build tools.
# Intended for use with "native" mingw (where libtool itself
# is running under the msys shell), or in the following cross-
# build environments:
# $build $host
# mingw (msys) mingw [e.g. native]
# cygwin mingw
# *nix + wine mingw
# where wine is equipped with the `winepath' executable.
# In the native mingw case, the (msys) shell automatically
# converts paths for any non-msys applications it launches,
# but that facility isn't available from inside the cwrapper.
# Similar accommodations are necessary for $host mingw and
# $build cygwin. Calling this function does no harm for other
# $host/$build combinations not listed above.
#
# ARG is the path (on $build) that should be converted to
# the proper representation for $host. The result is stored
# in $func_to_host_path_result.
func_to_host_path ()
{
func_to_host_path_result="$1"
if test -n "$1" ; then
case $host in
*mingw* )
lt_sed_naive_backslashify='s|\\\\*|\\|g;s|/|\\|g;s|\\|\\\\|g'
case $build in
*mingw* ) # actually, msys
# awkward: cmd appends spaces to result
lt_sed_strip_trailing_spaces="s/[ ]*\$//"
func_to_host_path_tmp1=`( cmd //c echo "$1" |\
$SED -e "$lt_sed_strip_trailing_spaces" ) 2>/dev/null || echo ""`
func_to_host_path_result=`echo "$func_to_host_path_tmp1" |\
$SED -e "$lt_sed_naive_backslashify"`
;;
*cygwin* )
func_to_host_path_tmp1=`cygpath -w "$1"`
func_to_host_path_result=`echo "$func_to_host_path_tmp1" |\
$SED -e "$lt_sed_naive_backslashify"`
;;
* )
# 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_to_host_path_tmp1=`winepath -w "$1" 2>/dev/null`
if test "$?" -eq 0 && test -n "${func_to_host_path_tmp1}"; then
func_to_host_path_result=`echo "$func_to_host_path_tmp1" |\
$SED -e "$lt_sed_naive_backslashify"`
else
# Allow warning below.
func_to_host_path_result=""
fi
;;
esac
if test -z "$func_to_host_path_result" ; then
func_error "Could not determine host path corresponding to"
func_error " '$1'"
func_error "Continuing, but uninstalled executables may not work."
# Fallback:
func_to_host_path_result="$1"
fi
;;
esac
fi
}
# end: func_to_host_path
# func_to_host_pathlist arg
#
# Convert pathlists to host format when used with build tools.
# See func_to_host_path(), above. This function supports the
# following $build/$host combinations (but does no harm for
# combinations not listed here):
# $build $host
# mingw (msys) mingw [e.g. native]
# cygwin mingw
# *nix + wine mingw
#
# 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.
#
# ARG is a pathlist (on $build) that should be converted to
# the proper representation on $host. The result is stored
# in $func_to_host_pathlist_result.
func_to_host_pathlist ()
{
func_to_host_pathlist_result="$1"
if test -n "$1" ; then
case $host in
*mingw* )
lt_sed_naive_backslashify='s|\\\\*|\\|g;s|/|\\|g;s|\\|\\\\|g'
# 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_to_host_pathlist_tmp2="$1"
# Once set for this call, this variable should not be
# reassigned. It is used in tha fallback case.
func_to_host_pathlist_tmp1=`echo "$func_to_host_pathlist_tmp2" |\
$SED -e 's|^:*||' -e 's|:*$||'`
case $build in
*mingw* ) # Actually, msys.
# Awkward: cmd appends spaces to result.
lt_sed_strip_trailing_spaces="s/[ ]*\$//"
func_to_host_pathlist_tmp2=`( cmd //c echo "$func_to_host_pathlist_tmp1" |\
$SED -e "$lt_sed_strip_trailing_spaces" ) 2>/dev/null || echo ""`
func_to_host_pathlist_result=`echo "$func_to_host_pathlist_tmp2" |\
$SED -e "$lt_sed_naive_backslashify"`
;;
*cygwin* )
func_to_host_pathlist_tmp2=`cygpath -w -p "$func_to_host_pathlist_tmp1"`
func_to_host_pathlist_result=`echo "$func_to_host_pathlist_tmp2" |\
$SED -e "$lt_sed_naive_backslashify"`
;;
* )
# unfortunately, winepath doesn't convert pathlists
func_to_host_pathlist_result=""
func_to_host_pathlist_oldIFS=$IFS
IFS=:
for func_to_host_pathlist_f in $func_to_host_pathlist_tmp1 ; do
IFS=$func_to_host_pathlist_oldIFS
if test -n "$func_to_host_pathlist_f" ; then