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# Autodetecting setup.py script for building the Python extensions
#
__version__ = "$Revision: 77217 $"
import sys, os, imp, re, optparse
from glob import glob
from distutils import log
from distutils import sysconfig
from distutils import text_file
from distutils.errors import *
from distutils.core import Extension, setup
from distutils.command.build_ext import build_ext
from distutils.command.install import install
from distutils.command.install_lib import install_lib
# This global variable is used to hold the list of modules to be disabled.
disabled_module_list = []
def add_dir_to_list(dirlist, dir):
"""Add the directory 'dir' to the list 'dirlist' (at the front) if
1) 'dir' is not already in 'dirlist'
2) 'dir' actually exists, and is a directory."""
if dir is not None and os.path.isdir(dir) and dir not in dirlist:
dirlist.insert(0, dir)
def find_file(filename, std_dirs, paths):
"""Searches for the directory where a given file is located,
and returns a possibly-empty list of additional directories, or None
if the file couldn't be found at all.
'filename' is the name of a file, such as readline.h or libcrypto.a.
'std_dirs' is the list of standard system directories; if the
file is found in one of them, no additional directives are needed.
'paths' is a list of additional locations to check; if the file is
found in one of them, the resulting list will contain the directory.
"""
# Check the standard locations
for dir in std_dirs:
f = os.path.join(dir, filename)
if os.path.exists(f): return []
# Check the additional directories
for dir in paths:
f = os.path.join(dir, filename)
if os.path.exists(f):
return [dir]
# Not found anywhere
return None
def find_library_file(compiler, libname, std_dirs, paths):
result = compiler.find_library_file(std_dirs + paths, libname)
if result is None:
return None
# Check whether the found file is in one of the standard directories
dirname = os.path.dirname(result)
for p in std_dirs:
# Ensure path doesn't end with path separator
p = p.rstrip(os.sep)
if p == dirname:
return [ ]
# Otherwise, it must have been in one of the additional directories,
# so we have to figure out which one.
for p in paths:
# Ensure path doesn't end with path separator
p = p.rstrip(os.sep)
if p == dirname:
return [p]
else:
assert False, "Internal error: Path not found in std_dirs or paths"
def module_enabled(extlist, modname):
"""Returns whether the module 'modname' is present in the list
of extensions 'extlist'."""
extlist = [ext for ext in extlist if ext.name == modname]
return len(extlist)
def find_module_file(module, dirlist):
"""Find a module in a set of possible folders. If it is not found
return the unadorned filename"""
list = find_file(module, [], dirlist)
if not list:
return module
if len(list) > 1:
log.info("WARNING: multiple copies of %s found"%module)
return os.path.join(list[0], module)
class PyBuildExt(build_ext):
def __init__(self, dist):
build_ext.__init__(self, dist)
self.failed = []
def build_extensions(self):
# Detect which modules should be compiled
missing = self.detect_modules()
# Remove modules that are present on the disabled list
extensions = [ext for ext in self.extensions
if ext.name not in disabled_module_list]
# move ctypes to the end, it depends on other modules
ext_map = dict((ext.name, i) for i, ext in enumerate(extensions))
if "_ctypes" in ext_map:
ctypes = extensions.pop(ext_map["_ctypes"])
extensions.append(ctypes)
self.extensions = extensions
# Fix up the autodetected modules, prefixing all the source files
# with Modules/.
srcdir = sysconfig.get_config_var('srcdir')
if not srcdir:
# Maybe running on Windows but not using CYGWIN?
raise ValueError("No source directory; cannot proceed.")
srcdir = os.path.abspath(srcdir)
moddirlist = [os.path.join(srcdir, 'Modules')]
# Platform-dependent module source and include directories
platform = self.get_platform()
# Fix up the paths for scripts, too
self.distribution.scripts = [os.path.join(srcdir, filename)
for filename in self.distribution.scripts]
# Python header files
headers = [sysconfig.get_config_h_filename()]
headers += glob(os.path.join(sysconfig.get_python_inc(), "*.h"))
for ext in self.extensions[:]:
ext.sources = [ find_module_file(filename, moddirlist)
for filename in ext.sources ]
if ext.depends is not None:
ext.depends = [find_module_file(filename, moddirlist)
for filename in ext.depends]
else:
ext.depends = []
# re-compile extensions if a header file has been changed
ext.depends.extend(headers)
# If a module has already been built statically,
# don't build it here
if ext.name in sys.builtin_module_names:
self.extensions.remove(ext)
if platform != 'mac':
# Parse Modules/Setup and Modules/Setup.local to figure out which
# modules are turned on in the file.
remove_modules = []
for filename in ('Modules/Setup', 'Modules/Setup.local'):
input = text_file.TextFile(filename, join_lines=1)
while 1:
line = input.readline()
if not line: break
line = line.split()
remove_modules.append(line[0])
input.close()
for ext in self.extensions[:]:
if ext.name in remove_modules:
self.extensions.remove(ext)
# When you run "make CC=altcc" or something similar, you really want
# those environment variables passed into the setup.py phase. Here's
# a small set of useful ones.
compiler = os.environ.get('CC')
args = {}
# unfortunately, distutils doesn't let us provide separate C and C++
# compilers
if compiler is not None:
(ccshared,cflags) = sysconfig.get_config_vars('CCSHARED','CFLAGS')
args['compiler_so'] = compiler + ' ' + ccshared + ' ' + cflags
self.compiler.set_executables(**args)
build_ext.build_extensions(self)
longest = max([len(e.name) for e in self.extensions])
if self.failed:
longest = max(longest, max([len(name) for name in self.failed]))
def print_three_column(lst):
lst.sort(key=str.lower)
# guarantee zip() doesn't drop anything
while len(lst) % 3:
lst.append("")
for e, f, g in zip(lst[::3], lst[1::3], lst[2::3]):
print("%-*s %-*s %-*s" % (longest, e, longest, f,
longest, g))
if missing:
print()
print("Python build finished, but the necessary bits to build "
"these modules were not found:")
print_three_column(missing)
print("To find the necessary bits, look in setup.py in"
" detect_modules() for the module's name.")
print()
if self.failed:
failed = self.failed[:]
print()
print("Failed to build these modules:")
print_three_column(failed)
print()
def build_extension(self, ext):
if ext.name == '_ctypes':
if not self.configure_ctypes(ext):
return
try:
build_ext.build_extension(self, ext)
except (CCompilerError, DistutilsError) as why:
self.announce('WARNING: building of extension "%s" failed: %s' %
(ext.name, sys.exc_info()[1]))
self.failed.append(ext.name)
return
# Workaround for Mac OS X: The Carbon-based modules cannot be
# reliably imported into a command-line Python
if 'Carbon' in ext.extra_link_args:
self.announce(
'WARNING: skipping import check for Carbon-based "%s"' %
ext.name)
return
if self.get_platform() == 'darwin' and (
sys.maxsize > 2**32 and '-arch' in ext.extra_link_args):
# Don't bother doing an import check when an extension was
# build with an explicit '-arch' flag on OSX. That's currently
# only used to build 32-bit only extensions in a 4-way
# universal build and loading 32-bit code into a 64-bit
# process will fail.
self.announce(
'WARNING: skipping import check for "%s"' %
ext.name)
return
# Workaround for Cygwin: Cygwin currently has fork issues when many
# modules have been imported
if self.get_platform() == 'cygwin':
self.announce('WARNING: skipping import check for Cygwin-based "%s"'
% ext.name)
return
ext_filename = os.path.join(
self.build_lib,
self.get_ext_filename(self.get_ext_fullname(ext.name)))
# If the build directory didn't exist when setup.py was
# started, sys.path_importer_cache has a negative result
# cached. Clear that cache before trying to import.
sys.path_importer_cache.clear()
try:
imp.load_dynamic(ext.name, ext_filename)
except ImportError as why:
self.failed.append(ext.name)
self.announce('*** WARNING: renaming "%s" since importing it'
' failed: %s' % (ext.name, why), level=3)
assert not self.inplace
basename, tail = os.path.splitext(ext_filename)
newname = basename + "_failed" + tail
if os.path.exists(newname):
os.remove(newname)
os.rename(ext_filename, newname)
# XXX -- This relies on a Vile HACK in
# distutils.command.build_ext.build_extension(). The
# _built_objects attribute is stored there strictly for
# use here.
# If there is a failure, _built_objects may not be there,
# so catch the AttributeError and move on.
try:
for filename in self._built_objects:
os.remove(filename)
except AttributeError:
self.announce('unable to remove files (ignored)')
except:
exc_type, why, tb = sys.exc_info()
self.announce('*** WARNING: importing extension "%s" '
'failed with %s: %s' % (ext.name, exc_type, why),
level=3)
self.failed.append(ext.name)
def get_platform(self):
# Get value of sys.platform
for platform in ['cygwin', 'darwin', 'atheos', 'osf1']:
if sys.platform.startswith(platform):
return platform
return sys.platform
def detect_modules(self):
# Ensure that /usr/local is always used
add_dir_to_list(self.compiler.library_dirs, '/usr/local/lib')
add_dir_to_list(self.compiler.include_dirs, '/usr/local/include')
# Add paths specified in the environment variables LDFLAGS and
# CPPFLAGS for header and library files.
# We must get the values from the Makefile and not the environment
# directly since an inconsistently reproducible issue comes up where
# the environment variable is not set even though the value were passed
# into configure and stored in the Makefile (issue found on OS X 10.3).
for env_var, arg_name, dir_list in (
('LDFLAGS', '-R', self.compiler.runtime_library_dirs),
('LDFLAGS', '-L', self.compiler.library_dirs),
('CPPFLAGS', '-I', self.compiler.include_dirs)):
env_val = sysconfig.get_config_var(env_var)
if env_val:
# To prevent optparse from raising an exception about any
# options in env_val that it doesn't know about we strip out
# all double dashes and any dashes followed by a character
# that is not for the option we are dealing with.
#
# Please note that order of the regex is important! We must
# strip out double-dashes first so that we don't end up with
# substituting "--Long" to "-Long" and thus lead to "ong" being
# used for a library directory.
env_val = re.sub(r'(^|\s+)-(-|(?!%s))' % arg_name[1],
' ', env_val)
parser = optparse.OptionParser()
# Make sure that allowing args interspersed with options is
# allowed
parser.allow_interspersed_args = True
parser.error = lambda msg: None
parser.add_option(arg_name, dest="dirs", action="append")
options = parser.parse_args(env_val.split())[0]
if options.dirs:
for directory in reversed(options.dirs):
add_dir_to_list(dir_list, directory)
if os.path.normpath(sys.prefix) != '/usr':
add_dir_to_list(self.compiler.library_dirs,
sysconfig.get_config_var("LIBDIR"))
add_dir_to_list(self.compiler.include_dirs,
sysconfig.get_config_var("INCLUDEDIR"))
# lib_dirs and inc_dirs are used to search for files;
# if a file is found in one of those directories, it can
# be assumed that no additional -I,-L directives are needed.
lib_dirs = self.compiler.library_dirs + [
'/lib64', '/usr/lib64',
'/lib', '/usr/lib',
]
inc_dirs = self.compiler.include_dirs + ['/usr/include']
exts = []
missing = []
config_h = sysconfig.get_config_h_filename()
config_h_vars = sysconfig.parse_config_h(open(config_h))
platform = self.get_platform()
srcdir = sysconfig.get_config_var('srcdir')
# Check for AtheOS which has libraries in non-standard locations
if platform == 'atheos':
lib_dirs += ['/system/libs', '/atheos/autolnk/lib']
lib_dirs += os.getenv('LIBRARY_PATH', '').split(os.pathsep)
inc_dirs += ['/system/include', '/atheos/autolnk/include']
inc_dirs += os.getenv('C_INCLUDE_PATH', '').split(os.pathsep)
# OSF/1 and Unixware have some stuff in /usr/ccs/lib (like -ldb)
if platform in ['osf1', 'unixware7', 'openunix8']:
lib_dirs += ['/usr/ccs/lib']
if platform == 'darwin':
# This should work on any unixy platform ;-)
# If the user has bothered specifying additional -I and -L flags
# in OPT and LDFLAGS we might as well use them here.
# NOTE: using shlex.split would technically be more correct, but
# also gives a bootstrap problem. Let's hope nobody uses directories
# with whitespace in the name to store libraries.
cflags, ldflags = sysconfig.get_config_vars(
'CFLAGS', 'LDFLAGS')
for item in cflags.split():
if item.startswith('-I'):
inc_dirs.append(item[2:])
for item in ldflags.split():
if item.startswith('-L'):
lib_dirs.append(item[2:])
# Check for MacOS X, which doesn't need libm.a at all
math_libs = ['m']
if platform in ['darwin', 'mac']:
math_libs = []
# XXX Omitted modules: gl, pure, dl, SGI-specific modules
#
# The following modules are all pretty straightforward, and compile
# on pretty much any POSIXish platform.
#
# Some modules that are normally always on:
exts.append( Extension('_weakref', ['_weakref.c']) )
# array objects
exts.append( Extension('array', ['arraymodule.c']) )
# complex math library functions
exts.append( Extension('cmath', ['cmathmodule.c'],
libraries=math_libs) )
# math library functions, e.g. sin()
exts.append( Extension('math', ['mathmodule.c'],
libraries=math_libs) )
# time operations and variables
exts.append( Extension('time', ['timemodule.c'],
libraries=math_libs) )
exts.append( Extension('datetime', ['datetimemodule.c', 'timemodule.c'],
libraries=math_libs) )
# fast iterator tools implemented in C
exts.append( Extension("itertools", ["itertoolsmodule.c"]) )
# random number generator implemented in C
exts.append( Extension("_random", ["_randommodule.c"]) )
# high-performance collections
exts.append( Extension("_collections", ["_collectionsmodule.c"]) )
# bisect
exts.append( Extension("_bisect", ["_bisectmodule.c"]) )
# heapq
exts.append( Extension("_heapq", ["_heapqmodule.c"]) )
# operator.add() and similar goodies
exts.append( Extension('operator', ['operator.c']) )
# C-optimized pickle replacement
exts.append( Extension("_pickle", ["_pickle.c"]) )
# atexit
exts.append( Extension("atexit", ["atexitmodule.c"]) )
# _json speedups
exts.append( Extension("_json", ["_json.c"]) )
# Python C API test module
exts.append( Extension('_testcapi', ['_testcapimodule.c'],
depends=['testcapi_long.h']) )
# profiler (_lsprof is for cProfile.py)
exts.append( Extension('_lsprof', ['_lsprof.c', 'rotatingtree.c']) )
# static Unicode character database
exts.append( Extension('unicodedata', ['unicodedata.c']) )
# Modules with some UNIX dependencies -- on by default:
# (If you have a really backward UNIX, select and socket may not be
# supported...)
# fcntl(2) and ioctl(2)
exts.append( Extension('fcntl', ['fcntlmodule.c']) )
if platform not in ['mac']:
# pwd(3)
exts.append( Extension('pwd', ['pwdmodule.c']) )
# grp(3)
exts.append( Extension('grp', ['grpmodule.c']) )
# spwd, shadow passwords
if (config_h_vars.get('HAVE_GETSPNAM', False) or
config_h_vars.get('HAVE_GETSPENT', False)):
exts.append( Extension('spwd', ['spwdmodule.c']) )
else:
missing.append('spwd')
else:
missing.extend(['pwd', 'grp', 'spwd'])
# select(2); not on ancient System V
exts.append( Extension('select', ['selectmodule.c']) )
# Fred Drake's interface to the Python parser
exts.append( Extension('parser', ['parsermodule.c']) )
# Memory-mapped files (also works on Win32).
if platform not in ['atheos', 'mac']:
exts.append( Extension('mmap', ['mmapmodule.c']) )
else:
missing.append('mmap')
# Lance Ellinghaus's syslog module
if platform not in ['mac']:
# syslog daemon interface
exts.append( Extension('syslog', ['syslogmodule.c']) )
else:
missing.append('syslog')
#
# Here ends the simple stuff. From here on, modules need certain
# libraries, are platform-specific, or present other surprises.
#
# Multimedia modules
# These don't work for 64-bit platforms!!!
# These represent audio samples or images as strings:
# Operations on audio samples
# According to #993173, this one should actually work fine on
# 64-bit platforms.
exts.append( Extension('audioop', ['audioop.c']) )
# readline
do_readline = self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'readline')
if platform == 'darwin': # and os.uname()[2] < '9.':
# MacOSX 10.4 has a broken readline. Don't try to build
# the readline module unless the user has installed a fixed
# readline package
# FIXME: The readline emulation on 10.5 is better, but the
# readline module doesn't compile out of the box.
if find_file('readline/rlconf.h', inc_dirs, []) is None:
do_readline = False
if do_readline:
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
# In every directory on the search path search for a dynamic
# library and then a static library, instead of first looking
# for dynamic libraries on the entire path.
# This way a staticly linked custom readline gets picked up
# before the (broken) dynamic library in /usr/lib.
readline_extra_link_args = ('-Wl,-search_paths_first',)
else:
readline_extra_link_args = ()
readline_libs = ['readline']
if self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs,
'ncursesw'):
readline_libs.append('ncursesw')
elif self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs,
'ncurses'):
readline_libs.append('ncurses')
elif self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'curses'):
readline_libs.append('curses')
elif self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs +
['/usr/lib/termcap'],
'termcap'):
readline_libs.append('termcap')
exts.append( Extension('readline', ['readline.c'],
library_dirs=['/usr/lib/termcap'],
extra_link_args=readline_extra_link_args,
libraries=readline_libs) )
else:
missing.append('readline')
if platform not in ['mac']:
# crypt module.
if self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'crypt'):
libs = ['crypt']
else:
libs = []
exts.append( Extension('crypt', ['cryptmodule.c'], libraries=libs) )
else:
missing.append('crypt')
# CSV files
exts.append( Extension('_csv', ['_csv.c']) )
# socket(2)
exts.append( Extension('_socket', ['socketmodule.c'],
depends = ['socketmodule.h']) )
# Detect SSL support for the socket module (via _ssl)
search_for_ssl_incs_in = [
'/usr/local/ssl/include',
'/usr/contrib/ssl/include/'
]
ssl_incs = find_file('openssl/ssl.h', inc_dirs,
search_for_ssl_incs_in
)
if ssl_incs is not None:
krb5_h = find_file('krb5.h', inc_dirs,
['/usr/kerberos/include'])
if krb5_h:
ssl_incs += krb5_h
ssl_libs = find_library_file(self.compiler, 'ssl',lib_dirs,
['/usr/local/ssl/lib',
'/usr/contrib/ssl/lib/'
] )
if (ssl_incs is not None and
ssl_libs is not None):
exts.append( Extension('_ssl', ['_ssl.c'],
include_dirs = ssl_incs,
library_dirs = ssl_libs,
libraries = ['ssl', 'crypto'],
depends = ['socketmodule.h']), )
else:
missing.append('_ssl')
# find out which version of OpenSSL we have
openssl_ver = 0
openssl_ver_re = re.compile(
'^\s*#\s*define\s+OPENSSL_VERSION_NUMBER\s+(0x[0-9a-fA-F]+)' )
for ssl_inc_dir in inc_dirs + search_for_ssl_incs_in:
name = os.path.join(ssl_inc_dir, 'openssl', 'opensslv.h')
if os.path.isfile(name):
try:
incfile = open(name, 'r')
for line in incfile:
m = openssl_ver_re.match(line)
if m:
openssl_ver = eval(m.group(1))
break
except IOError:
pass
# first version found is what we'll use (as the compiler should)
if openssl_ver:
break
#print('openssl_ver = 0x%08x' % openssl_ver)
if ssl_incs is not None and ssl_libs is not None:
if openssl_ver >= 0x00907000:
# The _hashlib module wraps optimized implementations
# of hash functions from the OpenSSL library.
exts.append( Extension('_hashlib', ['_hashopenssl.c'],
include_dirs = ssl_incs,
library_dirs = ssl_libs,
libraries = ['ssl', 'crypto']) )
else:
print("warning: openssl 0x%08x is too old for _hashlib" %
openssl_ver)
missing.append('_hashlib')
else:
missing.append('_hashlib')
if openssl_ver < 0x00908000:
# OpenSSL doesn't do these until 0.9.8 so we'll bring our own hash
exts.append( Extension('_sha256', ['sha256module.c']) )
exts.append( Extension('_sha512', ['sha512module.c']) )
if openssl_ver < 0x00907000:
# no openssl at all, use our own md5 and sha1
exts.append( Extension('_md5', ['md5module.c']) )
exts.append( Extension('_sha1', ['sha1module.c']) )
# Modules that provide persistent dictionary-like semantics. You will
# probably want to arrange for at least one of them to be available on
# your machine, though none are defined by default because of library
# dependencies. The Python module dbm/__init__.py provides an
# implementation independent wrapper for these; dbm/dumb.py provides
# similar functionality (but slower of course) implemented in Python.
# Sleepycat^WOracle Berkeley DB interface.
# http://www.oracle.com/database/berkeley-db/db/index.html
#
# This requires the Sleepycat^WOracle DB code. The supported versions
# are set below. Visit the URL above to download
# a release. Most open source OSes come with one or more
# versions of BerkeleyDB already installed.
max_db_ver = (4, 7)
min_db_ver = (3, 3)
db_setup_debug = False # verbose debug prints from this script?
def allow_db_ver(db_ver):
"""Returns a boolean if the given BerkeleyDB version is acceptable.
Args:
db_ver: A tuple of the version to verify.
"""
if not (min_db_ver <= db_ver <= max_db_ver):
return False
return True
def gen_db_minor_ver_nums(major):
if major == 4:
for x in range(max_db_ver[1]+1):
if allow_db_ver((4, x)):
yield x
elif major == 3:
for x in (3,):
if allow_db_ver((3, x)):
yield x
else:
raise ValueError("unknown major BerkeleyDB version", major)
# construct a list of paths to look for the header file in on
# top of the normal inc_dirs.
db_inc_paths = [
'/usr/include/db4',
'/usr/local/include/db4',
'/opt/sfw/include/db4',
'/usr/include/db3',
'/usr/local/include/db3',
'/opt/sfw/include/db3',
# Fink defaults (http://fink.sourceforge.net/)
'/sw/include/db4',
'/sw/include/db3',
]
# 4.x minor number specific paths
for x in gen_db_minor_ver_nums(4):
db_inc_paths.append('/usr/include/db4%d' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/usr/include/db4.%d' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.%d/include' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/usr/local/include/db4%d' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/pkg/db-4.%d/include' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/opt/db-4.%d/include' % x)
# MacPorts default (http://www.macports.org/)
db_inc_paths.append('/opt/local/include/db4%d' % x)
# 3.x minor number specific paths
for x in gen_db_minor_ver_nums(3):
db_inc_paths.append('/usr/include/db3%d' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/usr/local/BerkeleyDB.3.%d/include' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/usr/local/include/db3%d' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/pkg/db-3.%d/include' % x)
db_inc_paths.append('/opt/db-3.%d/include' % x)
# Add some common subdirectories for Sleepycat DB to the list,
# based on the standard include directories. This way DB3/4 gets
# picked up when it is installed in a non-standard prefix and
# the user has added that prefix into inc_dirs.
std_variants = []
for dn in inc_dirs:
std_variants.append(os.path.join(dn, 'db3'))
std_variants.append(os.path.join(dn, 'db4'))
for x in gen_db_minor_ver_nums(4):
std_variants.append(os.path.join(dn, "db4%d"%x))
std_variants.append(os.path.join(dn, "db4.%d"%x))
for x in gen_db_minor_ver_nums(3):
std_variants.append(os.path.join(dn, "db3%d"%x))
std_variants.append(os.path.join(dn, "db3.%d"%x))
db_inc_paths = std_variants + db_inc_paths
db_inc_paths = [p for p in db_inc_paths if os.path.exists(p)]
db_ver_inc_map = {}
class db_found(Exception): pass
try:
# See whether there is a Sleepycat header in the standard
# search path.
for d in inc_dirs + db_inc_paths:
f = os.path.join(d, "db.h")
if db_setup_debug: print("db: looking for db.h in", f)
if os.path.exists(f):
f = open(f, "rb").read()
m = re.search(br"#define\WDB_VERSION_MAJOR\W(\d+)", f)
if m:
db_major = int(m.group(1))
m = re.search(br"#define\WDB_VERSION_MINOR\W(\d+)", f)
db_minor = int(m.group(1))
db_ver = (db_major, db_minor)
# Avoid 4.6 prior to 4.6.21 due to a BerkeleyDB bug
if db_ver == (4, 6):
m = re.search(br"#define\WDB_VERSION_PATCH\W(\d+)", f)
db_patch = int(m.group(1))
if db_patch < 21:
print("db.h:", db_ver, "patch", db_patch,
"being ignored (4.6.x must be >= 4.6.21)")
continue
if ( (db_ver not in db_ver_inc_map) and
allow_db_ver(db_ver) ):
# save the include directory with the db.h version
# (first occurrence only)
db_ver_inc_map[db_ver] = d
if db_setup_debug:
print("db.h: found", db_ver, "in", d)
else:
# we already found a header for this library version
if db_setup_debug: print("db.h: ignoring", d)
else:
# ignore this header, it didn't contain a version number
if db_setup_debug:
print("db.h: no version number version in", d)
db_found_vers = list(db_ver_inc_map.keys())
db_found_vers.sort()
while db_found_vers:
db_ver = db_found_vers.pop()
db_incdir = db_ver_inc_map[db_ver]
# check lib directories parallel to the location of the header
db_dirs_to_check = [
db_incdir.replace("include", 'lib64'),
db_incdir.replace("include", 'lib'),
]
db_dirs_to_check = list(filter(os.path.isdir, db_dirs_to_check))
# Look for a version specific db-X.Y before an ambiguoius dbX
# XXX should we -ever- look for a dbX name? Do any
# systems really not name their library by version and
# symlink to more general names?
for dblib in (('db-%d.%d' % db_ver),
('db%d%d' % db_ver),
('db%d' % db_ver[0])):
dblib_file = self.compiler.find_library_file(
db_dirs_to_check + lib_dirs, dblib )
if dblib_file:
dblib_dir = [ os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(dblib_file)) ]
raise db_found
else:
if db_setup_debug: print("db lib: ", dblib, "not found")
except db_found:
if db_setup_debug:
print("bsddb using BerkeleyDB lib:", db_ver, dblib)
print("bsddb lib dir:", dblib_dir, " inc dir:", db_incdir)
db_incs = [db_incdir]
dblibs = [dblib]
else:
if db_setup_debug: print("db: no appropriate library found")
db_incs = None
dblibs = []
dblib_dir = None
# The sqlite interface
sqlite_setup_debug = False # verbose debug prints from this script?
# We hunt for #define SQLITE_VERSION "n.n.n"
# We need to find >= sqlite version 3.0.8
sqlite_incdir = sqlite_libdir = None
sqlite_inc_paths = [ '/usr/include',
'/usr/include/sqlite',
'/usr/include/sqlite3',
'/usr/local/include',
'/usr/local/include/sqlite',
'/usr/local/include/sqlite3',
]
MIN_SQLITE_VERSION_NUMBER = (3, 0, 8)
MIN_SQLITE_VERSION = ".".join([str(x)
for x in MIN_SQLITE_VERSION_NUMBER])
# Scan the default include directories before the SQLite specific
# ones. This allows one to override the copy of sqlite on OSX,
# where /usr/include contains an old version of sqlite.
for d in inc_dirs + sqlite_inc_paths:
f = os.path.join(d, "sqlite3.h")
if os.path.exists(f):
if sqlite_setup_debug: print("sqlite: found %s"%f)
incf = open(f).read()
m = re.search(
r'\s*.*#\s*.*define\s.*SQLITE_VERSION\W*"(.*)"', incf)
if m:
sqlite_version = m.group(1)
sqlite_version_tuple = tuple([int(x)
for x in sqlite_version.split(".")])
if sqlite_version_tuple >= MIN_SQLITE_VERSION_NUMBER:
# we win!
if sqlite_setup_debug:
print("%s/sqlite3.h: version %s"%(d, sqlite_version))
sqlite_incdir = d
break
else:
if sqlite_setup_debug:
print("%s: version %d is too old, need >= %s"%(d,
sqlite_version, MIN_SQLITE_VERSION))
elif sqlite_setup_debug:
print("sqlite: %s had no SQLITE_VERSION"%(f,))
if sqlite_incdir:
sqlite_dirs_to_check = [
os.path.join(sqlite_incdir, '..', 'lib64'),
os.path.join(sqlite_incdir, '..', 'lib'),
os.path.join(sqlite_incdir, '..', '..', 'lib64'),
os.path.join(sqlite_incdir, '..', '..', 'lib'),
]
sqlite_libfile = self.compiler.find_library_file(
sqlite_dirs_to_check + lib_dirs, 'sqlite3')
if sqlite_libfile:
sqlite_libdir = [os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(sqlite_libfile))]
if sqlite_incdir and sqlite_libdir:
sqlite_srcs = ['_sqlite/cache.c',
'_sqlite/connection.c',
'_sqlite/cursor.c',
'_sqlite/microprotocols.c',
'_sqlite/module.c',
'_sqlite/prepare_protocol.c',
'_sqlite/row.c',
'_sqlite/statement.c',
'_sqlite/util.c', ]
sqlite_defines = []
if sys.platform != "win32":
sqlite_defines.append(('MODULE_NAME', '"sqlite3"'))
else:
sqlite_defines.append(('MODULE_NAME', '\\"sqlite3\\"'))
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
# In every directory on the search path search for a dynamic
# library and then a static library, instead of first looking
# for dynamic libraries on the entiry path.
# This way a staticly linked custom sqlite gets picked up
# before the dynamic library in /usr/lib.
sqlite_extra_link_args = ('-Wl,-search_paths_first',)
else:
sqlite_extra_link_args = ()
exts.append(Extension('_sqlite3', sqlite_srcs,
define_macros=sqlite_defines,
include_dirs=["Modules/_sqlite",
sqlite_incdir],
library_dirs=sqlite_libdir,
runtime_library_dirs=sqlite_libdir,
extra_link_args=sqlite_extra_link_args,
libraries=["sqlite3",]))
else:
missing.append('_sqlite3')
dbm_order = ['gdbm']
# The standard Unix dbm module:
if platform not in ['cygwin']:
config_args = [arg.strip("'")
for arg in sysconfig.get_config_var("CONFIG_ARGS").split()]
dbm_args = [arg for arg in config_args
if arg.startswith('--with-dbmliborder=')]
if dbm_args:
dbm_order = [arg.split('=')[-1] for arg in dbm_args][-1].split(":")
else:
dbm_order = "ndbm:gdbm:bdb".split(":")
dbmext = None
for cand in dbm_order:
if cand == "ndbm":
if find_file("ndbm.h", inc_dirs, []) is not None:
# Some systems have -lndbm, others don't
if self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'ndbm'):
ndbm_libs = ['ndbm']
else:
ndbm_libs = []
print("building dbm using ndbm")
dbmext = Extension('_dbm', ['_dbmmodule.c'],
define_macros=[
('HAVE_NDBM_H',None),
],
libraries=ndbm_libs)
break
elif cand == "gdbm":
if self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'gdbm'):
gdbm_libs = ['gdbm']
if self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'gdbm_compat'):
gdbm_libs.append('gdbm_compat')
if find_file("gdbm/ndbm.h", inc_dirs, []) is not None:
print("building dbm using gdbm")
dbmext = Extension(
'_dbm', ['_dbmmodule.c'],
define_macros=[
('HAVE_GDBM_NDBM_H', None),
],
libraries = gdbm_libs)
break
if find_file("gdbm-ndbm.h", inc_dirs, []) is not None:
print("building dbm using gdbm")
dbmext = Extension(
'_dbm', ['_dbmmodule.c'],
define_macros=[
('HAVE_GDBM_DASH_NDBM_H', None),
],
libraries = gdbm_libs)
break
elif cand == "bdb":
if db_incs is not None:
print("building dbm using bdb")
dbmext = Extension('_dbm', ['_dbmmodule.c'],
library_dirs=dblib_dir,
runtime_library_dirs=dblib_dir,
include_dirs=db_incs,
define_macros=[
('HAVE_BERKDB_H', None),
('DB_DBM_HSEARCH', None),
],
libraries=dblibs)
break
if dbmext is not None:
exts.append(dbmext)
else:
missing.append('_dbm')
# Anthony Baxter's gdbm module. GNU dbm(3) will require -lgdbm:
if ('gdbm' in dbm_order and
self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'gdbm')):
exts.append( Extension('_gdbm', ['_gdbmmodule.c'],
libraries = ['gdbm'] ) )
else:
missing.append('_gdbm')
# Unix-only modules
if platform not in ['mac', 'win32']:
# Steen Lumholt's termios module
exts.append( Extension('termios', ['termios.c']) )
# Jeremy Hylton's rlimit interface
if platform not in ['atheos']:
exts.append( Extension('resource', ['resource.c']) )
else:
missing.append('resource')
# Sun yellow pages. Some systems have the functions in libc.
if (platform not in ['cygwin', 'qnx6'] and
find_file('rpcsvc/yp_prot.h', inc_dirs, []) is not None):
if (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'nsl')):
libs = ['nsl']
else:
libs = []
exts.append( Extension('nis', ['nismodule.c'],
libraries = libs) )
else:
missing.append('nis')
else:
missing.extend(['nis', 'resource', 'termios'])
# Curses support, requiring the System V version of curses, often
# provided by the ncurses library.
panel_library = 'panel'
if (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'ncursesw')):
curses_libs = ['ncursesw']
# Bug 1464056: If _curses.so links with ncursesw,
# _curses_panel.so must link with panelw.
panel_library = 'panelw'
exts.append( Extension('_curses', ['_cursesmodule.c'],
libraries = curses_libs) )
elif (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'ncurses')):
curses_libs = ['ncurses']
exts.append( Extension('_curses', ['_cursesmodule.c'],
libraries = curses_libs) )
elif (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'curses')
and platform != 'darwin'):
# OSX has an old Berkeley curses, not good enough for
# the _curses module.
if (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'terminfo')):
curses_libs = ['curses', 'terminfo']
elif (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'termcap')):
curses_libs = ['curses', 'termcap']
else:
curses_libs = ['curses']
exts.append( Extension('_curses', ['_cursesmodule.c'],
libraries = curses_libs) )
else:
missing.append('_curses')
# If the curses module is enabled, check for the panel module
if (module_enabled(exts, '_curses') and
self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, panel_library)):
exts.append( Extension('_curses_panel', ['_curses_panel.c'],
libraries = [panel_library] + curses_libs) )
else:
missing.append('_curses_panel')
# Andrew Kuchling's zlib module. Note that some versions of zlib
# 1.1.3 have security problems. See CERT Advisory CA-2002-07:
# http://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-2002-07.html
#
# zlib 1.1.4 is fixed, but at least one vendor (RedHat) has decided to
# patch its zlib 1.1.3 package instead of upgrading to 1.1.4. For
# now, we still accept 1.1.3, because we think it's difficult to
# exploit this in Python, and we'd rather make it RedHat's problem
# than our problem <wink>.
#
# You can upgrade zlib to version 1.1.4 yourself by going to
# http://www.gzip.org/zlib/
zlib_inc = find_file('zlib.h', [], inc_dirs)
have_zlib = False
if zlib_inc is not None:
zlib_h = zlib_inc[0] + '/zlib.h'
version = '"0.0.0"'
version_req = '"1.1.3"'
fp = open(zlib_h)
while 1:
line = fp.readline()
if not line:
break
if line.startswith('#define ZLIB_VERSION'):
version = line.split()[2]
break
if version >= version_req:
if (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'z')):
if sys.platform == "darwin":
zlib_extra_link_args = ('-Wl,-search_paths_first',)
else:
zlib_extra_link_args = ()
exts.append( Extension('zlib', ['zlibmodule.c'],
libraries = ['z'],
extra_link_args = zlib_extra_link_args))
have_zlib = True
else:
missing.append('zlib')
else:
missing.append('zlib')
else:
missing.append('zlib')
# Helper module for various ascii-encoders. Uses zlib for an optimized
# crc32 if we have it. Otherwise binascii uses its own.
if have_zlib:
extra_compile_args = ['-DUSE_ZLIB_CRC32']
libraries = ['z']
extra_link_args = zlib_extra_link_args
else:
extra_compile_args = []
libraries = []
extra_link_args = []
exts.append( Extension('binascii', ['binascii.c'],
extra_compile_args = extra_compile_args,
libraries = libraries,
extra_link_args = extra_link_args) )
# Gustavo Niemeyer's bz2 module.
if (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'bz2')):
if sys.platform == "darwin":
bz2_extra_link_args = ('-Wl,-search_paths_first',)
else:
bz2_extra_link_args = ()
exts.append( Extension('bz2', ['bz2module.c'],
libraries = ['bz2'],
extra_link_args = bz2_extra_link_args) )
else:
missing.append('bz2')
# Interface to the Expat XML parser
#
# Expat was written by James Clark and is now maintained by a
# group of developers on SourceForge; see www.libexpat.org for
# more information. The pyexpat module was written by Paul
# Prescod after a prototype by Jack Jansen. The Expat source
# is included in Modules/expat/. Usage of a system
# shared libexpat.so/expat.dll is not advised.
#
# More information on Expat can be found at www.libexpat.org.
#
expatinc = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), srcdir, 'Modules', 'expat')
define_macros = [
('HAVE_EXPAT_CONFIG_H', '1'),
]
exts.append(Extension('pyexpat',
define_macros = define_macros,
include_dirs = [expatinc],
sources = ['pyexpat.c',
'expat/xmlparse.c',
'expat/xmlrole.c',
'expat/xmltok.c',
],
))
# Fredrik Lundh's cElementTree module. Note that this also
# uses expat (via the CAPI hook in pyexpat).
if os.path.isfile(os.path.join(srcdir, 'Modules', '_elementtree.c')):
define_macros.append(('USE_PYEXPAT_CAPI', None))
exts.append(Extension('_elementtree',
define_macros = define_macros,
include_dirs = [expatinc],
sources = ['_elementtree.c'],
))
else:
missing.append('_elementtree')
# Hye-Shik Chang's CJKCodecs modules.
exts.append(Extension('_multibytecodec',
['cjkcodecs/multibytecodec.c']))
for loc in ('kr', 'jp', 'cn', 'tw', 'hk', 'iso2022'):
exts.append(Extension('_codecs_%s' % loc,
['cjkcodecs/_codecs_%s.c' % loc]))
# Thomas Heller's _ctypes module
self.detect_ctypes(inc_dirs, lib_dirs)
# Richard Oudkerk's multiprocessing module
if platform == 'win32': # Windows
macros = dict()
libraries = ['ws2_32']
elif platform == 'darwin': # Mac OSX
macros = dict()
libraries = []
elif platform == 'cygwin': # Cygwin
macros = dict()
libraries = []
elif platform in ('freebsd4', 'freebsd5', 'freebsd6', 'freebsd7', 'freebsd8'):
# FreeBSD's P1003.1b semaphore support is very experimental
# and has many known problems. (as of June 2008)
macros = dict()
libraries = []
elif platform.startswith('openbsd'):
macros = dict()
libraries = []
elif platform.startswith('netbsd'):
macros = dict()
libraries = []
else: # Linux and other unices
macros = dict()
libraries = ['rt']
if platform == 'win32':
multiprocessing_srcs = [ '_multiprocessing/multiprocessing.c',
'_multiprocessing/semaphore.c',
'_multiprocessing/pipe_connection.c',
'_multiprocessing/socket_connection.c',
'_multiprocessing/win32_functions.c'
]
else:
multiprocessing_srcs = [ '_multiprocessing/multiprocessing.c',
'_multiprocessing/socket_connection.c'
]
if (sysconfig.get_config_var('HAVE_SEM_OPEN') and not
sysconfig.get_config_var('POSIX_SEMAPHORES_NOT_ENABLED')):
multiprocessing_srcs.append('_multiprocessing/semaphore.c')
if sysconfig.get_config_var('WITH_THREAD'):
exts.append ( Extension('_multiprocessing', multiprocessing_srcs,
define_macros=list(macros.items()),
include_dirs=["Modules/_multiprocessing"]))
else:
missing.append('_multiprocessing')
# End multiprocessing
# Platform-specific libraries
if platform in ('linux2', 'freebsd4', 'freebsd5', 'freebsd6',
'freebsd7', 'freebsd8'):
exts.append( Extension('ossaudiodev', ['ossaudiodev.c']) )
else:
missing.append('ossaudiodev')
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
exts.append(
Extension('_gestalt', ['_gestalt.c'],
extra_link_args=['-framework', 'Carbon'])
)
self.extensions.extend(exts)
# Call the method for detecting whether _tkinter can be compiled
self.detect_tkinter(inc_dirs, lib_dirs)
if '_tkinter' not in [e.name for e in self.extensions]:
missing.append('_tkinter')
return missing
def detect_tkinter_darwin(self, inc_dirs, lib_dirs):
# The _tkinter module, using frameworks. Since frameworks are quite
# different the UNIX search logic is not sharable.
from os.path import join, exists
framework_dirs = [
'/Library/Frameworks',
'/System/Library/Frameworks/',
join(os.getenv('HOME'), '/Library/Frameworks')
]
# Find the directory that contains the Tcl.framework and Tk.framework
# bundles.
# XXX distutils should support -F!
for F in framework_dirs:
# both Tcl.framework and Tk.framework should be present
for fw in 'Tcl', 'Tk':
if not exists(join(F, fw + '.framework')):
break
else:
# ok, F is now directory with both frameworks. Continure
# building
break
else:
# Tk and Tcl frameworks not found. Normal "unix" tkinter search
# will now resume.
return 0
# For 8.4a2, we must add -I options that point inside the Tcl and Tk
# frameworks. In later release we should hopefully be able to pass
# the -F option to gcc, which specifies a framework lookup path.
#
include_dirs = [
join(F, fw + '.framework', H)
for fw in ('Tcl', 'Tk')
for H in ('Headers', 'Versions/Current/PrivateHeaders')
]
# For 8.4a2, the X11 headers are not included. Rather than include a
# complicated search, this is a hard-coded path. It could bail out
# if X11 libs are not found...
include_dirs.append('/usr/X11R6/include')
frameworks = ['-framework', 'Tcl', '-framework', 'Tk']
# All existing framework builds of Tcl/Tk don't support 64-bit
# architectures.
cflags = sysconfig.get_config_vars('CFLAGS')[0]
archs = re.findall('-arch\s+(\w+)', cflags)
tmpfile = os.path.join(self.build_temp, 'tk.arch')
if not os.path.exists(self.build_temp):
os.makedirs(self.build_temp)
# Note: cannot use os.popen or subprocess here, that
# requires extensions that are not available here.
os.system("file %s/Tk.framework/Tk | grep 'for architecture' > %s"%(F, tmpfile))
fp = open(tmpfile)
detected_archs = []
for ln in fp:
a = ln.split()[-1]
if a in archs:
detected_archs.append(ln.split()[-1])
fp.close()
os.unlink(tmpfile)
for a in detected_archs:
frameworks.append('-arch')
frameworks.append(a)
ext = Extension('_tkinter', ['_tkinter.c', 'tkappinit.c'],
define_macros=[('WITH_APPINIT', 1)],
include_dirs = include_dirs,
libraries = [],
extra_compile_args = frameworks[2:],
extra_link_args = frameworks,
)
self.extensions.append(ext)
return 1
def detect_tkinter(self, inc_dirs, lib_dirs):
# The _tkinter module.
# Rather than complicate the code below, detecting and building
# AquaTk is a separate method. Only one Tkinter will be built on
# Darwin - either AquaTk, if it is found, or X11 based Tk.
platform = self.get_platform()
if (platform == 'darwin' and
self.detect_tkinter_darwin(inc_dirs, lib_dirs)):
return
# Assume we haven't found any of the libraries or include files
# The versions with dots are used on Unix, and the versions without
# dots on Windows, for detection by cygwin.
tcllib = tklib = tcl_includes = tk_includes = None
for version in ['8.5', '85', '8.4', '84', '8.3', '83', '8.2',
'82', '8.1', '81', '8.0', '80']:
tklib = self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'tk' + version)
tcllib = self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, 'tcl' + version)
if tklib and tcllib:
# Exit the loop when we've found the Tcl/Tk libraries
break
# Now check for the header files
if tklib and tcllib:
# Check for the include files on Debian and {Free,Open}BSD, where
# they're put in /usr/include/{tcl,tk}X.Y
dotversion = version
if '.' not in dotversion and "bsd" in sys.platform.lower():
# OpenBSD and FreeBSD use Tcl/Tk library names like libtcl83.a,
# but the include subdirs are named like .../include/tcl8.3.
dotversion = dotversion[:-1] + '.' + dotversion[-1]
tcl_include_sub = []
tk_include_sub = []
for dir in inc_dirs:
tcl_include_sub += [dir + os.sep + "tcl" + dotversion]
tk_include_sub += [dir + os.sep + "tk" + dotversion]
tk_include_sub += tcl_include_sub
tcl_includes = find_file('tcl.h', inc_dirs, tcl_include_sub)
tk_includes = find_file('tk.h', inc_dirs, tk_include_sub)
if (tcllib is None or tklib is None or
tcl_includes is None or tk_includes is None):
self.announce("INFO: Can't locate Tcl/Tk libs and/or headers", 2)
return
# OK... everything seems to be present for Tcl/Tk.
include_dirs = [] ; libs = [] ; defs = [] ; added_lib_dirs = []
for dir in tcl_includes + tk_includes:
if dir not in include_dirs:
include_dirs.append(dir)
# Check for various platform-specific directories
if platform == 'sunos5':
include_dirs.append('/usr/openwin/include')
added_lib_dirs.append('/usr/openwin/lib')
elif os.path.exists('/usr/X11R6/include'):
include_dirs.append('/usr/X11R6/include')
added_lib_dirs.append('/usr/X11R6/lib64')
added_lib_dirs.append('/usr/X11R6/lib')
elif os.path.exists('/usr/X11R5/include'):
include_dirs.append('/usr/X11R5/include')
added_lib_dirs.append('/usr/X11R5/lib')
else:
# Assume default location for X11
include_dirs.append('/usr/X11/include')
added_lib_dirs.append('/usr/X11/lib')
# If Cygwin, then verify that X is installed before proceeding
if platform == 'cygwin':
x11_inc = find_file('X11/Xlib.h', [], include_dirs)
if x11_inc is None:
return
# Check for BLT extension
if self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs + added_lib_dirs,
'BLT8.0'):
defs.append( ('WITH_BLT', 1) )
libs.append('BLT8.0')
elif self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs + added_lib_dirs,
'BLT'):
defs.append( ('WITH_BLT', 1) )
libs.append('BLT')
# Add the Tcl/Tk libraries
libs.append('tk'+ version)
libs.append('tcl'+ version)
if platform in ['aix3', 'aix4']:
libs.append('ld')
# Finally, link with the X11 libraries (not appropriate on cygwin)
if platform != "cygwin":
libs.append('X11')
ext = Extension('_tkinter', ['_tkinter.c', 'tkappinit.c'],
define_macros=[('WITH_APPINIT', 1)] + defs,
include_dirs = include_dirs,
libraries = libs,
library_dirs = added_lib_dirs,
)
self.extensions.append(ext)
## # Uncomment these lines if you want to play with xxmodule.c
## ext = Extension('xx', ['xxmodule.c'])
## self.extensions.append(ext)
# XXX handle these, but how to detect?
# *** Uncomment and edit for PIL (TkImaging) extension only:
# -DWITH_PIL -I../Extensions/Imaging/libImaging tkImaging.c \
# *** Uncomment and edit for TOGL extension only:
# -DWITH_TOGL togl.c \
# *** Uncomment these for TOGL extension only:
# -lGL -lGLU -lXext -lXmu \
def configure_ctypes_darwin(self, ext):
# Darwin (OS X) uses preconfigured files, in
# the Modules/_ctypes/libffi_osx directory.
srcdir = sysconfig.get_config_var('srcdir')
ffi_srcdir = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(srcdir, 'Modules',
'_ctypes', 'libffi_osx'))
sources = [os.path.join(ffi_srcdir, p)
for p in ['ffi.c',
'x86/darwin64.S',
'x86/x86-darwin.S',
'x86/x86-ffi_darwin.c',
'x86/x86-ffi64.c',
'powerpc/ppc-darwin.S',
'powerpc/ppc-darwin_closure.S',
'powerpc/ppc-ffi_darwin.c',
'powerpc/ppc64-darwin_closure.S',
]]
# Add .S (preprocessed assembly) to C compiler source extensions.
self.compiler.src_extensions.append('.S')
include_dirs = [os.path.join(ffi_srcdir, 'include'),
os.path.join(ffi_srcdir, 'powerpc')]
ext.include_dirs.extend(include_dirs)
ext.sources.extend(sources)
return True
def configure_ctypes(self, ext):
if not self.use_system_libffi:
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
return self.configure_ctypes_darwin(ext)
srcdir = sysconfig.get_config_var('srcdir')
ffi_builddir = os.path.join(self.build_temp, 'libffi')
ffi_srcdir = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(srcdir, 'Modules',
'_ctypes', 'libffi'))
ffi_configfile = os.path.join(ffi_builddir, 'fficonfig.py')
from distutils.dep_util import newer_group
config_sources = [os.path.join(ffi_srcdir, fname)
for fname in os.listdir(ffi_srcdir)
if os.path.isfile(os.path.join(ffi_srcdir, fname))]
if self.force or newer_group(config_sources,
ffi_configfile):
from distutils.dir_util import mkpath
mkpath(ffi_builddir)
config_args = []
# Pass empty CFLAGS because we'll just append the resulting
# CFLAGS to Python's; -g or -O2 is to be avoided.
cmd = "cd %s && env CFLAGS='' '%s/configure' %s" \
% (ffi_builddir, ffi_srcdir, " ".join(config_args))
res = os.system(cmd)
if res or not os.path.exists(ffi_configfile):
print("Failed to configure _ctypes module")
return False
fficonfig = {}
fp = open(ffi_configfile)
try:
script = fp.read()
finally:
fp.close()
exec(script, globals(), fficonfig)
ffi_srcdir = os.path.join(fficonfig['ffi_srcdir'], 'src')
# Add .S (preprocessed assembly) to C compiler source extensions.
self.compiler.src_extensions.append('.S')
include_dirs = [os.path.join(ffi_builddir, 'include'),
ffi_builddir, ffi_srcdir]
extra_compile_args = fficonfig['ffi_cflags'].split()
ext.sources.extend(fficonfig['ffi_sources'])
ext.include_dirs.extend(include_dirs)
ext.extra_compile_args.extend(extra_compile_args)
return True
def detect_ctypes(self, inc_dirs, lib_dirs):
self.use_system_libffi = False
include_dirs = []
extra_compile_args = []
extra_link_args = []
sources = ['_ctypes/_ctypes.c',
'_ctypes/callbacks.c',
'_ctypes/callproc.c',
'_ctypes/stgdict.c',
'_ctypes/cfield.c',
'_ctypes/malloc_closure.c']
depends = ['_ctypes/ctypes.h']
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
sources.append('_ctypes/darwin/dlfcn_simple.c')
extra_compile_args.append('-DMACOSX')
include_dirs.append('_ctypes/darwin')
# XXX Is this still needed?
## extra_link_args.extend(['-read_only_relocs', 'warning'])
elif sys.platform == 'sunos5':
# XXX This shouldn't be necessary; it appears that some
# of the assembler code is non-PIC (i.e. it has relocations
# when it shouldn't. The proper fix would be to rewrite
# the assembler code to be PIC.
# This only works with GCC; the Sun compiler likely refuses
# this option. If you want to compile ctypes with the Sun
# compiler, please research a proper solution, instead of
# finding some -z option for the Sun compiler.
extra_link_args.append('-mimpure-text')
elif sys.platform.startswith('hp-ux'):
extra_link_args.append('-fPIC')
ext = Extension('_ctypes',
include_dirs=include_dirs,
extra_compile_args=extra_compile_args,
extra_link_args=extra_link_args,
libraries=[],
sources=sources,
depends=depends)
ext_test = Extension('_ctypes_test',
sources=['_ctypes/_ctypes_test.c'])
self.extensions.extend([ext, ext_test])
if not '--with-system-ffi' in sysconfig.get_config_var("CONFIG_ARGS"):
return
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
# OS X 10.5 comes with libffi.dylib; the include files are
# in /usr/include/ffi
inc_dirs.append('/usr/include/ffi')
ffi_inc = find_file('ffi.h', [], inc_dirs)
if ffi_inc is not None:
ffi_h = ffi_inc[0] + '/ffi.h'
fp = open(ffi_h)
while 1:
line = fp.readline()
if not line:
ffi_inc = None
break
if line.startswith('#define LIBFFI_H'):
break
ffi_lib = None
if ffi_inc is not None:
for lib_name in ('ffi_convenience', 'ffi_pic', 'ffi'):
if (self.compiler.find_library_file(lib_dirs, lib_name)):
ffi_lib = lib_name
break
if ffi_inc and ffi_lib:
ext.include_dirs.extend(ffi_inc)
ext.libraries.append(ffi_lib)
self.use_system_libffi = True
class PyBuildInstall(install):
# Suppress the warning about installation into the lib_dynload
# directory, which is not in sys.path when running Python during
# installation:
def initialize_options (self):
install.initialize_options(self)
self.warn_dir=0
class PyBuildInstallLib(install_lib):
# Do exactly what install_lib does but make sure correct access modes get
# set on installed directories and files. All installed files with get
# mode 644 unless they are a shared library in which case they will get
# mode 755. All installed directories will get mode 755.
so_ext = sysconfig.get_config_var("SO")
def install(self):
outfiles = install_lib.install(self)
self.set_file_modes(outfiles, 0o644, 0o755)
self.set_dir_modes(self.install_dir, 0o755)
return outfiles
def set_file_modes(self, files, defaultMode, sharedLibMode):
if not self.is_chmod_supported(): return
if not files: return
for filename in files:
if os.path.islink(filename): continue
mode = defaultMode
if filename.endswith(self.so_ext): mode = sharedLibMode
log.info("changing mode of %s to %o", filename, mode)
if not self.dry_run: os.chmod(filename, mode)
def set_dir_modes(self, dirname, mode):
if not self.is_chmod_supported(): return
for dirpath, dirnames, fnames in os.walk(dirname):
if os.path.islink(dirpath):
continue
log.info("changing mode of %s to %o", dirpath, mode)
if not self.dry_run: os.chmod(dirpath, mode)
def is_chmod_supported(self):
return hasattr(os, 'chmod')
SUMMARY = """
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming
language. It is often compared to Tcl, Perl, Scheme or Java.
Python combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. It has
modules, classes, exceptions, very high level dynamic data types, and
dynamic typing. There are interfaces to many system calls and
libraries, as well as to various windowing systems (X11, Motif, Tk,
Mac, MFC). New built-in modules are easily written in C or C++. Python
is also usable as an extension language for applications that need a
programmable interface.
The Python implementation is portable: it runs on many brands of UNIX,
on Windows, DOS, OS/2, Mac, Amiga... If your favorite system isn't
listed here, it may still be supported, if there's a C compiler for
it. Ask around on comp.lang.python -- or just try compiling Python
yourself.
"""
CLASSIFIERS = """
Development Status :: 6 - Mature
License :: OSI Approved :: Python Software Foundation License
Natural Language :: English
Programming Language :: C
Programming Language :: Python
Topic :: Software Development
"""
def main():
# turn off warnings when deprecated modules are imported
import warnings
warnings.filterwarnings("ignore",category=DeprecationWarning)
setup(# PyPI Metadata (PEP 301)
name = "Python",
version = sys.version.split()[0],
url = "http://www.python.org/%s" % sys.version[:3],
maintainer = "Guido van Rossum and the Python community",
maintainer_email = "python-dev@python.org",
description = "A high-level object-oriented programming language",
long_description = SUMMARY.strip(),
license = "PSF license",
classifiers = [x for x in CLASSIFIERS.split("\n") if x],
platforms = ["Many"],
# Build info
cmdclass = {'build_ext':PyBuildExt, 'install':PyBuildInstall,
'install_lib':PyBuildInstallLib},
# The struct module is defined here, because build_ext won't be
# called unless there's at least one extension module defined.
ext_modules=[Extension('_struct', ['_struct.c'])],
scripts = ["Tools/scripts/pydoc3", "Tools/scripts/idle3",
"Tools/scripts/2to3"]
)
# --install-platlib
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()
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