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+Contributors
+============
+
+AJ Lewis <aj.lewis@quantum.com>
+Alexej Lotz <alexej.lotz@arcor.de>
+Asko Kauppi <askok@dnainternet.net>
+Barak Amar <barak.amar@gmail.com>
+Bernd Prager <bernd@prager.ws>
+Bernd Melchers <melchers@ZEDAT.FU-Berlin.DE>
+Bob Beaty <rbeaty@peak6.com>
+Brian Buchanan <bwb@holo.org>
+Brett Cameron <Brett.Cameron@hp.com>
+Burak Arslan <burak-github@arskom.com.tr>
+Carl Clemens <carlclemens1@yahoo.com>
+Chia-liang Kao <clkao@clkao.org>
+Chris Rempel <csrl@gmx.com>
+Chris Wong <chris@chriswongstudio.com>
+Christian Gudrian <christian.gudrian@fluidon.com>
+Conrad D. Steenberg <conrad.steenberg@caltech.edu>
+Dhammika Pathirana <dhammika@gmail.com>
+Dhruva Krishnamurthy <dhruva@ymail.com>
+Dirk O. Kaar <dok@dok-net.net>
+Douglas Creager <douglas.creager@redjack.com>
+Erich Heine <sophacles@gmail.com>
+Erik Rigtorp <erik@rigtorp.com>
+Frank Denis <zeromq@pureftpd.org>
+George Neill <georgen@neillnet.com>
+Gerard Toonstra <gtoonstra@gmail.com>
+Gonzalo Diethelm <gdiethelm@dcv.cl>
+Guido Goldstein <zmq@a-nugget.de>
+Ilja Golshtein <ilejncs@narod.ru>
+Ivo Danihelka <ivo@danihelka.net>
+Jacob Rideout <jacob.rideout@returnpath.net>
+Joe Thornber <joe.thornber@gmail.com>
+Jon Dyte <jon@totient.co.uk>
+Kamil Shakirov <kamils80@gmail.com>
+Marc Rossi <mrossi19@gmail.com>
+Martin Hurton <hurtonm@gmail.com>
+Martin Lucina <mato@kotelna.sk>
+Martin Pales <m.pales@gmail.com>
+Martin Sustrik <sustrik@250bpm.com>
+Matus Hamorsky <mhamorsky@gmail.com>
+Max Wolf <YIDIEPXGXGPN@spammotel.com>
+McClain Looney <m@loonsoft.com>
+Michael Compton <michael.compton@littleedge.co.uk>
+Mikael Helbo Kjaer <mhk@designtech.dk>
+Mikko Koppanen <mkoppanen@php.net>
+Min Ragan-Kelley <benjaminrk@gmail.com>
+Neale Ferguson <neale@sinenomine.net>
+Nir Soffer <nirsof@gmail.com>
+Paul Betts <paul@paulbetts.org>
+Paul Colomiets <pc@gafol.net>
+Pavel Gushcha <pavimus@gmail.com>
+Pavol Malosek <malosek@fastmq.com>
+Peter Bourgon <peter.bourgon@gmail.com>
+Philip Kovacs <phil@philkovacs.com>
+Pieter Hintjens <ph@imatix.com>
+Piotr Trojanek <piotr.trojanek@gmail.com>
+Robert G. Jakabosky <bobby@sharedrealm.com>
+Sebastian Otaegui <feniix@gmail.com>
+Steven McCoy <steven.mccoy@miru.hk>
+Stuart Webster <sw_webster@hotmail.com>
+Tamara Kustarova <kustarova.tamara@gmail.com>
+Taras Shpot <taras.shpot@eleks.com>
+Tero Marttila <terom@fixme.fi>
+Terry Wilson <terry@logivox.net>
+Thijs Terlouw <thijsterlouw@gmail.com>
+Toralf Wittner <toralf.wittner@gmail.com>
+Tore Halvorsen <tore.halvorsen@gmail.com>
+Vitaly Mayatskikh <v.mayatskih@gmail.com>
+Ghislain Putois <ghpu@infonie.fr>
+William Roberts <bill.c.roberts@gmail.com>
+Botond Ballo <botond_ballo@yahoo.ca>
+
+
+Credits
+=======
+
+Aamir Mohammad <aamirjvm@gmail.com>
+Adrian von Bidder <avbidder@fortytwo.ch>
+Aleksey Yeschenko <aleksey@yeschenko.com>
+Alessio Spadaro <alessio.spadaro@finservice.com>
+Alexander Majorov <alexander.majorov@intel.com>
+Anh Vu <vietanh.vu@m4x.org>
+Bernd Schumacher <bernd.schumacher@hp.com>
+Brian Granger <ellisonbg.net@gmail.com>
+Carsten Dinkelmann <din@foobar-cpa.de>
+David Bahi <dbahi@novell.com>
+Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd@debian.org>
+Evgueny Khartchenko <Evgueny.Khartchenko@intel.com>
+Frank Vanden Berghen <frank@applied-mathematics.net>
+John Apps <john.apps@hp.com>
+Markus Fischer <markus.fischer@hpc-solutions.com>
+Matt Muggeridge <Matt.Muggeridge@hp.com>
+Michael Santy <Michael.Santy@dynetics.com>
+Oleg Sevostyanov <oleg.sev@gmail.com>
+Paulo Henrique Silva <ph.silva@gmail.com>
+Peter Busser <busserpeter@gmail.com>
+Peter Lemenkov <lemenkov@gmail.com>
+Robert Zhang <robert@scout-trading.com>
+Toralf Wittner <toralf.wittner@gmail.com>
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+Installation Instructions
+*************************
+
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+Basic Installation
+==================
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+================
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+can create a site shell script called `config.site' that gives default
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+`PREFIX/etc/config.site' if it exists. Or, you can set the
+`CONFIG_SITE' environment variable to the location of the site script.
+A warning: not all `configure' scripts look for a site script.
+
+Defining Variables
+==================
+
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+environment passed to `configure'. However, some packages may run
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+
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+overridden in the site shell script).
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+an Autoconf bug. Until the bug is fixed you can use this workaround:
+
+ CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash /bin/bash ./configure CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash
+
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+======================
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+ traditionally `config.cache'. FILE defaults to `/dev/null' to
+ disable caching.
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+ messages will still be shown).
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+Component: Atomic Operations
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: Lock-free Algorithms
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: TCP transport
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: IPC transport
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: PGM transport
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: In-process transport
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: I/O Threads
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: Application Threads and Differnet Socket Types
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: Multiplexing (zmq_poll)
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: Generic Infrastructure (context, mailbox, command, pipe)
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: Documentation
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: Autotools build system
+Maintainer: Mikko Koppanen
+Contact: mikko.koppanen@gmail.com
+
+Component: MSVC build system
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
+Component: Performance tests
+Maintainer: Martin Sustrik
+Contact: sustrik@250bpm.com
+
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+ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I config
+
+if BUILD_PGM
+SUBDIRS = foreign/openpgm src doc perf tests
+else
+SUBDIRS = src doc perf tests
+endif
+
+DIST_SUBDIRS = foreign/openpgm src doc perf tests builds/msvc
+
+EXTRA_DIST = \
+ autogen.sh \
+ version.sh \
+ MAINTAINERS \
+ foreign/openpgm/@pgm_basename@.tar.gz \
+ foreign/xmlParser/xmlParser.cpp \
+ foreign/xmlParser/xmlParser.hpp
+MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = \
+ $(srcdir)/aclocal.m4 \
+ $(srcdir)/autom4te.cache \
+ $(srcdir)/configure \
+ `find "$(srcdir)" -type f -name Makefile.in -print`
+
+dist-hook:
+ @if test -d "$(srcdir)/.git"; \
+ then \
+ echo Creating ChangeLog && \
+ ( cd "$(top_srcdir)" && \
+ echo '# Generated by Makefile. Do not edit.'; echo; \
+ $(top_srcdir)/config/missing --run git log --stat ) > ChangeLog.tmp \
+ && mv -f ChangeLog.tmp $(top_distdir)/ChangeLog \
+ || ( rm -f ChangeLog.tmp ; \
+ echo Failed to generate ChangeLog >&2 ); \
+ else \
+ echo A git clone is required to generate a ChangeLog >&2; \
+ fi
+ -cp $(top_srcdir)/builds/redhat/zeromq.spec $(distdir)/zeromq.spec
+ -rm -rf $(distdir)/foreign/openpgm/build-staging
+distclean-local:
+ -rm -rf $(top_srcdir)/foreign/openpgm/build-staging
+maintainer-clean-local:
+ -rm -rf $(top_srcdir)/config
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+0MQ version 2.2.0 (Stable), released on 2012/04/04
+==================================================
+
+Changes
+-------
+
+* Fixed issue 349, add send/recv timeout socket options.
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Fixed issue 301, fix builds on HP-UX 11iv3 when using either gcc or aCC.
+
+* Fixed issue 305, memory leakage when using dynamic subscriptions.
+
+* Fixed issue 332, libzmq doesn't compile on Android NDK.
+
+* Fixed issue 293, libzmq doesn't follow ZMTP/1.0 spec.
+
+* Fixed issue 342, cannot build against zmq.hpp under C++11.
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.11 (Stable), released on 2011/12/18
+===================================================
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Fixed issue 290, zmq_poll was using system time instead of monotonic
+ clock (Mika Fischer).
+
+* Fixed issue 281, crash on heavy socket creation - assertion failure in
+ mutex.hpp:91. (Mika Fischer).
+
+* Fixed issue 273, O_CLOEXEC flag used in ip.cpp:192 is supported only
+ on Linux kernels 2.6.27+
+
+* Fixed issue 261, assertion failure in kqueue.cpp:76.
+
+* Fixed issue 269, faulty diagnostic code in 2.1.10.
+
+* Fixed issue 254, assertion failure at tcp_socket.cpp:229 on ENOTCONN.
+
+Changes
+-------
+
+* Now builds properly on AIX 6.1 (AJ Lewis).
+
+* Builds using libdcekt on HP-UX (AJ Lewis).
+
+* New upstream OpenPGM maintenance release 5.1.118.
+
+* Enabled debugging on assertion failure on Windows (Paul Betts).
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.10 (Stable), released on 2011/10/03
+===================================================
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Fixed issue 140, SWAP failed with assertion failure in pipe.cpp:187
+ if the current directory was not writeable. Behavior now is to return
+ -1 at zmq_setsockopt in this situation.
+
+* Fixed issue 207, assertion failure in zmq_connecter.cpp:48, when an
+ invalid zmq_connect() string was used, or the hostname could not be
+ resolved. The zmq_connect() call now returns -1 in both those cases.
+
+* Fixed issue 218, sockets not opened with SOCK_CLOEXEC, causing fork/exec
+ to sit on sockets unnecessarily.
+
+* Fixed issue 250, build errors on Windows (Mikko Koppanen).
+
+* Fixed issue 252, assertion failure in req.cpp:87 and req.cpp:88 (Mikko
+ Koppanen).
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.9 (Stable), released on 2011/08/29
+==================================================
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Fixed issue 240, assertion failure in pgm_socket.cpp:437.
+
+* Fixed issue 238, assertion failure in zmq.cpp:655, when zmq_poll is
+ used on an empty set, on Windows.
+
+* Fixed issue 239, assertion failure in zmq.cpp:223, when ZMQ_SWAP was
+ used with explicit identities and multiple SUB sockets.
+
+* Fixed issue 236, zmq_send() and zmq_recv() did not always return
+ error conditions such as EFSM properly. This bug was introduced in
+ version 2.1.8 by the backport of changes for issue 231.
+
+Building
+--------
+
+* 0MQ support for Android added (Bill Roberts, Mikko Koppanen).
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.8 (RC), released on 2011/07/28
+==============================================
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Fixed issue 223, assertion failure in tcp_connecter.cpp:300 when
+ connecting to a server that is on an unreachable network (errno is
+ equal to ENETUNREACH).
+
+* Fixed issue 228, assertion failure at rep.cpp:88 when HWM was reached.
+
+* Fixed issue 231, assertion failure at mailbox.cpp:183 when too many
+ pending socketpair operations were queued (major backport from 3.0).
+
+* Fixed issue 234, assertion failure at mailbox.cpp:77 when Ctrl-C was
+ used (only affected git master following backport for 231).
+
+* Fixed issue 230, SIGPIPE killing servers when client disconnected, hit
+ OS/X only.
+
+Note: this release was renamed "release candidate" due to issue 236,
+fixed in 2.1.9.
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.7 (Stable), released on 2011/05/12
+==================================================
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Fixed issue 188, assert when closing socket that had unread multipart
+ data still on it (affected PULL, SUB, ROUTER, and DEALER sockets).
+
+* Fixed issue 191, message atomicity issue with PUB sockets (an old issue).
+
+* Fixed issue 199 (affected ROUTER/XREP sockets, an old issue).
+
+* Fixed issue 206, assertion failure in zmq.cpp:223, affected all sockets
+ (bug was introduced in 2.1.6 as part of message validity checking).
+
+* Fixed issue 211, REP socket asserted if sent malformed envelope (old issue
+ due to abuse of assertions for error checking).
+
+* Fixed issue 212, reconnect failing after resume from sleep on Windows
+ (due to not handling WSAENETDOWN).
+
+* Properly handle WSAENETUNREACH on Windows (e.g. if client connects
+ before server binds).
+
+* Fixed memory leak with threads on Windows.
+
+Changes
+-------
+
+* Checks zmq_msg_t validity at each operation.
+
+* Inproc performance tests now work on Windows.
+
+* PGM wire format specification improved in zmq_pgm(7)
+
+* Added thread latency/throughput performance examples.
+
+* Added "--with-system-pgm" configure option to use already installed
+ OpenPGM.
+
+* Runtime checking of socket and context validity, to catch e.g. using a
+ socket after closing it, or passing an invalid pointer to context/socket
+ methods.
+
+* Test cases moved off port 5555, which conflicts with other services.
+
+* Clarified zmq_poll man page that the resolution of the timeout is 1msec.
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.6 (Broken), released on 2011/04/26
+==================================================
+
+Note that this version contained a malformed patch and is not usable.
+It is not available for download, but is available in the git via the
+2.1.6 tag.
+
+0MQ version 2.1.5 (Broken), released on 2011/04/20
+==================================================
+
+Note that this version contained a malformed patch and is not usable.
+It is not available for download, but is available in the git via the
+2.1.5 tag.
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.4 (Stable), released on 2011/03/30
+==================================================
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Fix to OpenPGM which was asserting on small messages (Steven McCoy).
+
+Changes
+-------
+
+* Upgraded OpenPGM to version 5.1.115 (Pieter Hintjens).
+
+* OpenPGM build changed to not install OpenPGM artifacts.
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.3 (Stable), released on 2011/03/21
+==================================================
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Fix to PUSH sockets, which would sometimes deliver tail frames of a
+ multipart message to new subscribers (Martin Sustrik).
+
+* Fix to PUB sockets, which would sometimes deliver tail frames of a
+ multipart message to new subscribers (Martin Sustrik).
+
+* Windows build was broken due to EPROTONOSUPPORT not being defined. This
+ has now been fixed (Martin Sustrik).
+
+* Various fixes to make OpenVMS port work (Brett Cameron).
+
+* Corrected Reference Manual to note that ZMQ_LINGER socket option may be
+ set at any time, not just before connecting/binding (Pieter Hintjens).
+
+* Fix to C++ binding to properly close sockets (Guido Goldstein).
+
+* Removed obsolete assert from pgm_socket.cpp (Martin Sustrik).
+
+Changes
+-------
+
+* Removed stand-alone devices (/devices subdirectory) from distribution.
+ These undocumented programs remain available in older packages (Pieter
+ Hintjens).
+
+* OpenPGM default rate raised to 40mbps by default (Steven McCoy).
+
+* ZMQ_DEALER and ZMQ_ROUTER macros provided to ease upgrade to 0MQ/3.0.
+ These are scheduled to replace ZMQ_XREQ and ZMQ_XREP (Pieter Hintjens).
+
+* Added man page for zmq_device(3) which was hereto undocumented (Pieter
+ Hintjens).
+
+* Removed zmq_queue(3), zmq_forwarder(3), zmq_streamer(3) man pages
+ (Pieter Hintjens).
+
+OpenPGM Integration
+-------------------
+
+* Upgraded OpenPGM to version 5.1.114 (Steven McCoy, Mikko Koppanen).
+
+* Build system now calls OpenPGM build process directly, allowing easier
+ future upgrades of OpenPGM (Mikko Koppanen).
+
+* Build system allows configuration with arbitrary versions of OpenPGM
+ (./configure --with-pgm=libpgm-x.y.z) (Mikko Koppanen).
+
+* OpenPGM uses new PGM_ODATA_MAX_RTE controlling original data instead of
+ PGM_TXW_MAX_RTE covering entire channel (Steven McCoy).
+
+Building
+--------
+
+* 0MQ builds properly on FreeBSD (Mikko Koppanen).
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.2 (rc2), released on 2011/03/06
+===============================================
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* 0MQ now correctly handles durable inproc sockets; previously it ignored
+ explicit identities on inproc sockets.
+
+* Various memory leaks were fixed.
+
+* OpenPGM sender/receiver creation fixed.
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.1 (rc1), released on 2011/02/23
+===============================================
+
+New functionality
+-----------------
+
+* New socket option ZMQ_RECONNECT_IVL_MAX added, allows for exponential
+ back-off strategy when reconnecting.
+
+* New socket option ZMQ_RECOVERY_IVL_MSEC added, as a fine-grained
+ counterpart to ZMQ_RECOVERY_IVL (for multicast transports).
+
+* If memory is exhausted, 0MQ warns with an explicit message before
+ aborting the process.
+
+* Size of inproc HWM and SWAP is sum of peers' HWMs and SWAPs (Douglas
+ Greager, Martin Sustrik).
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* 0MQ no longer asserts in mailbox.cpp when multiple peers connect with
+ the same identity.
+
+* 0MQ no longer asserts when rejecting an oversized message.
+
+* 0MQ no longer asserts in pipe.cpp when the swap fills up.
+
+* zmq_poll now works correctly with an empty poll set.
+
+* Many more.
+
+Building
+--------
+
+* 0MQ now builds correctly on CentOS, Debian 6, and SunOS/gcc3.
+
+* Added WithOpenPGM configuration into MSVC builds.
+
+Known issues
+------------
+
+* OpenPGM integration is still not fully stable.
+
+
+0MQ version 2.1.0 (Beta), released on 2010/12/01
+================================================
+
+New functionality
+-----------------
+
+* New semantics for zmq_close () and zmq_term () ensure that all messages
+ are sent before the application terminates. This behaviour may be
+ modified using the new ZMQ_LINGER socket option; for further details
+ refer to the reference manual.
+
+* The new socket options ZMQ_FD and ZMQ_EVENTS provide a way to integrate
+ 0MQ sockets into existing poll/event loops.
+
+* Sockets may now be migrated between OS threads, as long as the
+ application ensures that a full memory barrier is issued.
+
+* The 0MQ ABI exported by libzmq.so has been formalised; DSO symbol
+ visibility is used on supported platforms to ensure that only public ABI
+ symbols are exported. The library ABI version has been set to 1.0.0 for
+ this release.
+
+* OpenPGM has been updated to version 5.0.92. This version no longer
+ depends on GLIB, and integration with 0MQ should be much improved.
+
+* zmq_poll() now honors timeouts precisely, and no longer returns if no
+ events are signaled.
+
+* Blocking calls now return EINTR if interrupted by the delivery of a
+ signal; this also means that language bindings which previously had
+ problems with handling SIGINT/^C should now work correctly.
+
+* The ZMQ_TYPE socket option was added; this allows retrieval of the socket
+ type after creation.
+
+* Added a ZMQ_VERSION macro to zmq.h for compile-time API version
+ detection.
+
+* The ZMQ_RECONNECT_IVL and ZMQ_BACKLOG socket options have been added.
+
+Bug fixes
+---------
+
+* Forwarder and streamer devices now handle multi-part messages correctly.
+
+* 0MQ no longer asserts when malformed data is received on the wire.
+
+* 0MQ internal timers now work correctly if the TSC jumps backwards.
+
+* The internal signalling functionality (mailbox) has been improved
+ to automatically resize socket buffers on POSIX systems.
+
+* Many more.
+
+Building
+--------
+
+* 0MQ now builds correctly with many more non-GCC compilers (Sun Studio,
+ Intel ICC, CLang).
+
+* AIX and HP-UX builds should work now.
+
+* FD_SETSIZE has been set to 1024 by default for MSVC builds.
+
+* Windows builds using GCC (MinGW) now work out of the box.
+
+Distribution
+------------
+
+* A simple framework for regression tests has been added, along with a few
+ basic self-tests. The tests can be run using "make check".
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39 mythtv/external/zeromq/README
@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
+Welcome
+-------
+
+The 0MQ lightweight messaging kernel is a library which extends the
+standard socket interfaces with features traditionally provided by
+specialised messaging middleware products. 0MQ sockets provide an
+abstraction of asynchronous message queues, multiple messaging patterns,
+message filtering (subscriptions), seamless access to multiple transport
+protocols and more.
+
+
+Building and installation
+-------------------------
+
+See the INSTALL file included with the distribution.
+
+
+Resources
+---------
+
+A reference manual is provided with the distribution. Refer to "man zmq"
+after you have installed 0MQ on your system, or see http://api.zeromq.org.
+
+Website: http://www.zeromq.org/
+
+Development mailing list: zeromq-dev@lists.zeromq.org
+Announcements mailing list: zeromq-announce@lists.zeromq.org
+
+Git repository: http://github.com/zeromq/libzmq
+
+0MQ developers can also be found on the IRC channel #zeromq, on the
+Freenode network (irc.freenode.net).
+
+Copying
+-------
+
+Free use of this software is granted under the terms of the GNU Lesser General
+Public License (LGPL). For details see the files `COPYING` and `COPYING.LESSER`
+included with the 0MQ distribution.
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+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CONFIG_LIBTOOL #
+dnl # Configure libtool. Requires AC_CANONICAL_HOST #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CONFIG_LIBTOOL], [{
+ AC_REQUIRE([AC_CANONICAL_HOST])
+
+ # Libtool configuration for different targets
+ case "${host_os}" in
+ *mingw32*|*cygwin*)
+ # Disable static build by default
+ AC_DISABLE_STATIC
+ ;;
+ *)
+ # Everything else with static enabled
+ AC_ENABLE_STATIC
+ ;;
+ esac
+}])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_ICC([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check if the current language is compiled using ICC #
+dnl # Adapted from http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=67984 #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_ICC],
+ [AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether we are using Intel _AC_LANG compiler],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler],
+ [_AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([],
+[[#ifndef __INTEL_COMPILER
+ error if not ICC
+#endif
+]])],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler="yes" ; $1],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler="no" ; $2])
+])])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_SUN_STUDIO([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check if the current language is compiled using Sun Studio #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_SUN_STUDIO],
+ [AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether we are using Sun Studio _AC_LANG compiler],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler],
+ [_AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([],
+[[#if !defined(__SUNPRO_CC) && !defined(__SUNPRO_C)
+ error if not sun studio
+#endif
+]])],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler="yes" ; $1],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler="no" ; $2])
+])])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_CLANG([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check if the current language is compiled using clang #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_CLANG],
+ [AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether we are using clang _AC_LANG compiler],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_clang_compiler],
+ [_AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([],
+[[#ifndef __clang__
+ error if not clang
+#endif
+]])],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_clang_compiler="yes" ; $1],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_clang_compiler="no" ; $2])
+])])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_GCC4([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check if the current language is compiled using clang #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_GCC4],
+ [AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether we are using gcc >= 4 _AC_LANG compiler],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_gcc4_compiler],
+ [_AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([],
+[[#if (!defined __GNUC__ || __GNUC__ < 4)
+ error if not gcc4 or higher
+#endif
+]])],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_gcc4_compiler="yes" ; $1],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_gcc4_compiler="no" ; $2])
+])])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_DOC_BUILD #
+dnl # Check whether to build documentation and install man-pages #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_DOC_BUILD], [{
+ # Allow user to disable doc build
+ AC_ARG_WITH([documentation], [AS_HELP_STRING([--without-documentation],
+ [disable documentation build even if asciidoc and xmlto are present [default=no]])])
+
+ if test "x$with_documentation" = "xno"; then
+ libzmq_build_doc="no"
+ libzmq_install_man="no"
+ else
+ # Determine whether or not documentation should be built and installed.
+ libzmq_build_doc="yes"
+ libzmq_install_man="yes"
+ # Check for asciidoc and xmlto and don't build the docs if these are not installed.
+ AC_CHECK_PROG(libzmq_have_asciidoc, asciidoc, yes, no)
+ AC_CHECK_PROG(libzmq_have_xmlto, xmlto, yes, no)
+ if test "x$libzmq_have_asciidoc" = "xno" -o "x$libzmq_have_xmlto" = "xno"; then
+ libzmq_build_doc="no"
+ # Tarballs built with 'make dist' ship with prebuilt documentation.
+ if ! test -f doc/zmq.7; then
+ libzmq_install_man="no"
+ AC_MSG_WARN([You are building an unreleased version of 0MQ and asciidoc or xmlto are not installed.])
+ AC_MSG_WARN([Documentation will not be built and manual pages will not be installed.])
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ # Do not install man pages if on mingw
+ if test "x$libzmq_on_mingw32" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_install_man="no"
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to build documentation])
+ AC_MSG_RESULT([$libzmq_build_doc])
+
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to install manpages])
+ AC_MSG_RESULT([$libzmq_install_man])
+
+ AM_CONDITIONAL(BUILD_DOC, test "x$libzmq_build_doc" = "xyes")
+ AM_CONDITIONAL(INSTALL_MAN, test "x$libzmq_install_man" = "xyes")
+}])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_COMPILER([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check that compiler for the current language actually works #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_COMPILER], [{
+ # Test that compiler for the current language actually works
+ AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether the _AC_LANG compiler works],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_compiler_works],
+ [AC_LINK_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([], [])],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_compiler_works="yes" ; $1],
+ [libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_compiler_works="no" ; $2])
+ ])
+
+ if test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_compiler_works" != "xyes"; then
+ AC_MSG_ERROR([Unable to find a working _AC_LANG compiler])
+ fi
+}])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_COMPILERS #
+dnl # Check compiler characteristics. This is so that we can AC_REQUIRE checks #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_COMPILERS], [{
+ # For that the compiler works and try to come up with the type
+ AC_LANG_PUSH([C])
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_COMPILER
+
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_ICC
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_SUN_STUDIO
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_CLANG
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_GCC4
+ AC_LANG_POP([C])
+
+ AC_LANG_PUSH(C++)
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_COMPILER
+
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_ICC
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_SUN_STUDIO
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_CLANG
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_GCC4
+ AC_LANG_POP([C++])
+
+ # Set GCC and GXX variables correctly
+ if test "x$GCC" = "xyes"; then
+ if test "xyes" = "x$libzmq_cv_c_intel_compiler"; then
+ GCC="no"
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ if test "x$GXX" = "xyes"; then
+ if test "xyes" = "x$libzmq_cv_cxx_intel_compiler"; then
+ GXX="no"
+ fi
+ fi
+}])
+
+dnl ############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_FLAG([flag], [action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check if the compiler supports given flag. Works for C and C++ #
+dnl # Sets libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_supports_flag_[FLAG]=yes/no #
+dnl ############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_FLAG], [{
+
+ AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_GREP])
+
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether _AC_LANG compiler supports $1])
+
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag_save=$ac_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag
+ ac_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag="yes"
+
+ case "x[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV" in
+ xc)
+ libzmq_cv_check_lang_flag_save_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
+ CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $1"
+ ;;
+ xcxx)
+ libzmq_cv_check_lang_flag_save_CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS"
+ CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS $1"
+ ;;
+ *)
+ AC_MSG_WARN([testing compiler characteristic on an unknown language])
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM()],
+ # This hack exist for ICC, which outputs unknown options as remarks
+ # Remarks are not turned into errors even with -Werror on
+ [if ($GREP 'ignoring unknown' conftest.err ||
+ $GREP 'not supported' conftest.err) >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+ eval AS_TR_SH(libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_supports_flag_$1)="no"
+ else
+ eval AS_TR_SH(libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_supports_flag_$1)="yes"
+ fi],
+ [eval AS_TR_SH(libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_supports_flag_$1)="no"])
+
+ case "x[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV" in
+ xc)
+ CFLAGS="$libzmq_cv_check_lang_flag_save_CFLAGS"
+ ;;
+ xcxx)
+ CPPFLAGS="$libzmq_cv_check_lang_flag_save_CPPFLAGS"
+ ;;
+ *)
+ # nothing to restore
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ # Restore the werror flag
+ ac_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag=$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag_save
+
+ # Call the action as the flags are restored
+ AS_IF([eval test x$]AS_TR_SH(libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_supports_flag_$1)[ = "xyes"],
+ [AC_MSG_RESULT(yes) ; $2], [AC_MSG_RESULT(no) ; $3])
+
+}])
+
+dnl ####################################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_FLAG_PREPEND([flag], [action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check if the compiler supports given flag. Works for C and C++ #
+dnl # This macro prepends the flag to CFLAGS or CPPFLAGS accordingly #
+dnl # Sets libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_supports_flag_[FLAG]=yes/no #
+dnl ####################################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_FLAG_PREPEND], [{
+ LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_FLAG([$1])
+ case "x[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV" in
+ xc)
+ AS_IF([eval test x$]AS_TR_SH(libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_supports_flag_$1)[ = "xyes"],
+ [CFLAGS="$1 $CFLAGS"; $2], $3)
+ ;;
+ xcxx)
+ AS_IF([eval test x$]AS_TR_SH(libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_supports_flag_$1)[ = "xyes"],
+ [CPPFLAGS="$1 $CPPFLAGS"; $2], $3)
+ ;;
+ esac
+}])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_ENABLE_DEBUG([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check whether to enable debug build and set compiler flags accordingly #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_ENABLE_DEBUG], [{
+
+ # Require compiler specifics
+ AC_REQUIRE([LIBZMQ_CHECK_COMPILERS])
+
+ # This flag is checked also in
+ AC_ARG_ENABLE([debug], [AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-debug],
+ [Enable debugging information [default=no]])])
+
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING(whether to enable debugging information)
+
+ if test "x$enable_debug" = "xyes"; then
+
+ # GCC, clang and ICC
+ if test "x$GCC" = "xyes" -o \
+ "x$libzmq_cv_c_intel_compiler" = "xyes" -o \
+ "x$libzmq_cv_c_clang_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ CFLAGS="-g -O0 "
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_c_sun_studio_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ CFLAGS="-g0 "
+ fi
+
+ # GCC, clang and ICC
+ if test "x$GXX" = "xyes" -o \
+ "x$libzmq_cv_cxx_intel_compiler" = "xyes" -o \
+ "x$libzmq_cv_cxx_clang_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ CPPFLAGS="-g -O0 "
+ CXXFLAGS="-g -O0 "
+ # Sun studio
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_cxx_sun_studio_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ CPPFLAGS="-g0 "
+ CXXFLAGS="-g0 "
+ fi
+
+ if test "x$ZMQ_ORIG_CFLAGS" != "xnone"; then
+ CFLAGS="${CFLAGS} ${ZMQ_ORIG_CFLAGS}"
+ fi
+ if test "x$ZMQ_ORIG_CPPFLAGS" != "xnone"; then
+ CPPFLAGS="${CPPFLAGS} ${ZMQ_ORIG_CPPFLAGS}"
+ fi
+ if test "x$ZMQ_ORIG_CXXFLAGS" != "xnone"; then
+ CXXFLAGS="${CXXFLAGS} ${ZMQ_ORIG_CXXFLAGS}"
+ fi
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
+ else
+ AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
+ fi
+}])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_WITH_GCOV([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check whether to build with code coverage #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_WITH_GCOV], [{
+ # Require compiler specifics
+ AC_REQUIRE([LIBZMQ_CHECK_COMPILERS])
+
+ AC_ARG_WITH(gcov, [AS_HELP_STRING([--with-gcov=yes/no],
+ [With GCC Code Coverage reporting.])],
+ [ZMQ_GCOV="$withval"])
+
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING(whether to enable code coverage)
+
+ if test "x$ZMQ_GCOV" = "xyes"; then
+
+ if test "x$GXX" != "xyes"; then
+ AC_MSG_ERROR([--with-gcov=yes works only with GCC])
+ fi
+
+ CFLAGS="-g -O0 -fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage"
+ if test "x${ZMQ_ORIG_CPPFLAGS}" != "xnone"; then
+ CFLAGS="${CFLAGS} ${ZMQ_ORIG_CFLAGS}"
+ fi
+
+ CPPFLAGS="-g -O0 -fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage"
+ if test "x${ZMQ_ORIG_CPPFLAGS}" != "xnone"; then
+ CPPFLAGS="${CPPFLAGS} ${ZMQ_ORIG_CPPFLAGS}"
+ fi
+
+ CXXFLAGS="-fprofile-arcs"
+ if test "x${ZMQ_ORIG_CXXFLAGS}" != "xnone"; then
+ CXXFLAGS="${CXXFLAGS} ${ZMQ_ORIG_CXXFLAGS}"
+ fi
+
+ LIBS="-lgcov ${LIBS}"
+ fi
+
+ AS_IF([test "x$ZMQ_GCOV" = "xyes"],
+ [AC_MSG_RESULT(yes) ; $1], [AC_MSG_RESULT(no) ; $2])
+}])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # AC_ZMQ_CHECK_WITH_FLAG([flags], [macro]) #
+dnl # Runs a normal autoconf check with compiler flags #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_WITH_FLAG], [{
+ libzmq_check_with_flag_save_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
+ libzmq_check_with_flag_save_CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS"
+
+ CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $1"
+ CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS $1"
+
+ # Execute the macro
+ $2
+
+ CFLAGS="$libzmq_check_with_flag_save_CFLAGS"
+ CPPFLAGS="$libzmq_check_with_flag_save_CPPFLAGS"
+}])
+
+dnl ##############################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_LANG_WALL([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # How to define -Wall for the current compiler #
+dnl # Sets libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]__wall_flag variable to found style #
+dnl ##############################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_LANG_WALL], [{
+
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING([how to enable additional warnings for _AC_LANG compiler])
+
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_wall_flag=""
+
+ # C compilers
+ case "x[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV" in
+ xc)
+ # GCC, clang and ICC
+ if test "x$GCC" = "xyes" -o \
+ "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler" = "xyes" -o \
+ "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_clang_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_wall_flag="-Wall"
+ # Sun studio
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_wall_flag="-v"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ xcxx)
+ # GCC, clang and ICC
+ if test "x$GXX" = "xyes" -o \
+ "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler" = "xyes" -o \
+ "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_clang_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_wall_flag="-Wall"
+ # Sun studio
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_wall_flag="+w"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *)
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ # Call the action
+ if test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_wall_flag" != "x"; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT([$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_wall_flag])
+ $1
+ else
+ AC_MSG_RESULT([not found])
+ $2
+ fi
+}])
+
+dnl ####################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_LANG_STRICT([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check how to turn on strict standards compliance #
+dnl ####################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_LANG_STRICT], [{
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING([how to enable strict standards compliance in _AC_LANG compiler])
+
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag=""
+
+ # C compilers
+ case "x[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV" in
+ xc)
+ # GCC, clang and ICC
+ if test "x$GCC" = "xyes" -o "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_clang_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag="-pedantic"
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag="-strict-ansi"
+ # Sun studio
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag="-Xc"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ xcxx)
+ # GCC, clang and ICC
+ if test "x$GXX" = "xyes" -o "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_clang_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag="-pedantic"
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag="-strict-ansi"
+ # Sun studio
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag="-compat=5"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *)
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ # Call the action
+ if test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag" != "x"; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT([$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_strict_flag])
+ $1
+ else
+ AC_MSG_RESULT([not found])
+ $2
+ fi
+}])
+
+dnl ########################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_LANG_WERROR([action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check how to turn warnings to errors #
+dnl ########################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_LANG_WERROR], [{
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING([how to turn warnings to errors in _AC_LANG compiler])
+
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag=""
+
+ # C compilers
+ case "x[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV" in
+ xc)
+ # GCC, clang and ICC
+ if test "x$GCC" = "xyes" -o "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag="-Werror"
+ # Sun studio
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag="-errwarn=%all"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ xcxx)
+ # GCC, clang and ICC
+ if test "x$GXX" = "xyes" -o "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_intel_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag="-Werror"
+ # Sun studio
+ elif test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_sun_studio_compiler" = "xyes"; then
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag="-errwarn=%all"
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *)
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+ # Call the action
+ if test "x$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag" != "x"; then
+ AC_MSG_RESULT([$libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag])
+ $1
+ else
+ AC_MSG_RESULT([not found])
+ $2
+ fi
+}])
+
+dnl ################################################################################
+dnl # LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_PRAGMA([pragma], [action-if-found], [action-if-not-found]) #
+dnl # Check if the compiler supports given pragma #
+dnl ################################################################################
+AC_DEFUN([LIBZMQ_CHECK_LANG_PRAGMA], [{
+ # Need to know how to enable all warnings
+ LIBZMQ_LANG_WALL
+
+ AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether _AC_LANG compiler supports pragma $1])
+
+ # Save flags
+ libzmq_cv_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag_save=$ac_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag
+ ac_[]_AC_LANG_ABBREV[]_werror_flag="yes"