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# Copyright 1999-2011 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/eclass/ruby.eclass,v 1.81 2011/08/22 04:46:32 vapier Exp $
# DEPRECATION NOTICE
# This eclass is deprecated because it does not properly handle
# multiple ruby targets. Please use ruby-ng.eclass instead.
#
# @ECLASS: ruby.eclass
# @MAINTAINER:
# Ruby herd <ruby@gentoo.org>
# @AUTHOR:
# Author: Mamoru KOMACHI <usata@gentoo.org>
# The ruby eclass is designed to allow easier installation of ruby
# softwares, and their incorporation into the Gentoo Linux system.
# src_unpack, src_compile and src_install call a set of functions to emerge
# ruby with SLOT support; econf, emake and einstall is a wrapper for ruby
# to automate configuration, make and install process (they override default
# econf, emake and einstall defined by ebuild.sh respectively).
# Functions:
# src_unpack Unpacks source archive(s) and apply patches if any.
# src_compile Invokes econf and emake.
# src_install Runs einstall and erubydoc.
# econf Detects setup.rb, install.rb, extconf.rb and configure,
# and then runs the configure script.
# emake Runs make if any Makefile exists.
# einstall Calls install script or Makefile. If both not present,
# installs programs under sitedir.
# erubydoc Finds any documents and puts them in the right place.
# erubydoc needs more sophistication to handle all types of
# appropriate documents.
# Variables:
# USE_RUBY Space delimited list of supported ruby.
# Set it to "any" if it installs only version independent files.
# If your ebuild supports both ruby 1.6 and 1.8 but has version
# depenedent files such as libraries, set it to something like
# "ruby16 ruby18". Possible values are "any ruby16 ruby18 ruby19"
# RUBY_ECONF You can pass extra arguments to econf by defining this
# variable. Note that you cannot specify them by command line
# if you are using <sys-apps/portage-2.0.49-r17.
# @VARIABLE: PATCHES
# @DESCRIPTION:
# If you have any patches to apply, set PATCHES to their locations and
# epatch will apply them. It also handles epatch-style bulk patches,
# if you know how to use them and set the correct variables. If you
# don't, read eutils.eclass.
inherit eutils toolchain-funcs
EXPORT_FUNCTIONS src_unpack src_compile src_install
HOMEPAGE="http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=${PN}"
SRC_URI="mirror://gentoo/${P}.tar.gz"
SLOT="0"
LICENSE="Ruby"
# If you specify RUBY_OPTIONAL you also need to take care of ruby useflag and dependency.
if [[ ${RUBY_OPTIONAL} != "yes" ]]; then
DEPEND="${DEPEND} =dev-lang/ruby-1.8*"
RDEPEND="${RDEPEND} =dev-lang/ruby-1.8*"
fi
[[ -z "${RUBY}" ]] && export RUBY=/usr/bin/ruby
ruby_patch_mkmf() {
if [ ! -x /bin/install -a -x /usr/bin/install ]; then
einfo "Patching mkmf"
cat <<END >"${T}"/mkmf.rb
require 'mkmf'
STDERR.puts 'Modified mkmf is used'
CONFIG['INSTALL'] = '/usr/bin/install'
END
# save it because rubygems needs it (for unsetting RUBYOPT)
export GENTOO_RUBYOPT="-r${T}/mkmf.rb"
export RUBYOPT="${RUBYOPT} ${GENTOO_RUBYOPT}"
fi
}
ruby_src_unpack() {
#ruby_patch_mkmf
unpack ${A}
cd "${S}"
# Apply any patches that have been provided.
if [[ ${#PATCHES[@]} -gt 1 ]]; then
for x in "${PATCHES[@]}"; do
epatch "${x}"
done
elif [[ -n "${PATCHES}" ]]; then
for x in ${PATCHES}; do
epatch "${x}"
done
fi
}
ruby_econf() {
RUBY_ECONF="${RUBY_ECONF} ${EXTRA_ECONF}"
if [ -f configure ] ; then
./configure \
--prefix=/usr \
--host=${CHOST} \
--mandir=/usr/share/man \
--infodir=/usr/share/info \
--datadir=/usr/share \
--sysconfdir=/etc \
--localstatedir=/var/lib \
--with-ruby=${RUBY} \
${RUBY_ECONF} \
"$@" || die "econf failed"
fi
if [ -f install.rb ] ; then
${RUBY} install.rb config --prefix=/usr "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "install.rb config failed"
${RUBY} install.rb setup "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "install.rb setup failed"
fi
if [ -f setup.rb ] ; then
${RUBY} setup.rb config --prefix=/usr "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "setup.rb config failed"
${RUBY} setup.rb setup "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "setup.rb setup failed"
fi
if [ -f extconf.rb ] ; then
${RUBY} extconf.rb "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "extconf.rb failed"
fi
}
ruby_emake() {
if [ -f makefiles -o -f GNUmakefile -o -f makefile -o -f Makefile ] ; then
emake CC="$(tc-getCC)" CXX="$(tc-getCXX)" DLDFLAGS="${LDFLAGS}" "$@" || die "emake for ruby failed"
fi
}
ruby_src_compile() {
# You can pass configure options via RUBY_ECONF
ruby_econf || die
ruby_emake "$@" || die
}
doruby() {
( # dont want to pollute calling env
insinto $(${RUBY} -r rbconfig -e 'print Config::CONFIG["sitedir"]')
insopts -m 0644
doins "$@"
) || die "failed to install $@"
}
ruby_einstall() {
local siteruby
RUBY_ECONF="${RUBY_ECONF} ${EXTRA_ECONF}"
if [ -f install.rb ] ; then
${RUBY} install.rb config --prefix="${D}"/usr "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "install.rb config failed"
${RUBY} install.rb install "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "install.rb install failed"
elif [ -f setup.rb ] ; then
${RUBY} setup.rb config --prefix="${D}"/usr "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "setup.rb config failed"
${RUBY} setup.rb install "$@" \
${RUBY_ECONF} || die "setup.rb install failed"
elif [ -f extconf.rb -o -f Makefile ] ; then
make DESTDIR="${D}" "$@" install || die "make install failed"
else
siteruby=$(${RUBY} -r rbconfig -e 'print Config::CONFIG["sitedir"]')
insinto ${siteruby}
doins *.rb || die "doins failed"
fi
}
erubydoc() {
local rdbase=/usr/share/doc/${PF}/rd rdfiles=$(find . -name '*.rd*')
einfo "running dodoc for ruby ;)"
insinto ${rdbase}
[ -n "${rdfiles}" ] && doins ${rdfiles}
rmdir "${D}"${rdbase} 2>/dev/null || true
if [ -d doc -o -d docs ] ; then
dohtml -x html -r {doc,docs}/*
dohtml -r {doc,docs}/html/*
else
dohtml -r *
fi
if has examples ${IUSE} && use examples; then
for dir in sample samples example examples; do
if [ -d ${dir} ] ; then
dodir /usr/share/doc/${PF}
cp -pPR ${dir} "${D}"/usr/share/doc/${PF} || die "cp failed"
fi
done
fi
for i in ChangeLog* [[:upper:]][[:upper:]]* ; do
[ -e $i ] && dodoc $i
done
}
ruby_src_install() {
ruby_einstall "$@" || die
erubydoc
}
# erubyconf, erubymake and erubyinstall are kept for compatibility
erubyconf() {
ruby_econf "$@"
}
erubymake() {
ruby_emake "$@"
}
erubyinstall() {
ruby_einstall "$@"
}
# prepall adds SLOT support for ruby.eclass. SLOT support currently
# does not work for gems, so if a gem is installed we skip all the
# SLOT code to avoid possible errors, in particular the mv command
# that is part of the USE_RUBY="any" case.
prepall() {
if [ -z "${GEM_SRC}" ]; then
[[ ! -x /usr/bin/ruby16 ]] && export USE_RUBY=${USE_RUBY/ruby16/}
[[ ! -x /usr/bin/ruby18 ]] && export USE_RUBY=${USE_RUBY/ruby18/}
[[ ! -x /usr/bin/ruby19 ]] && export USE_RUBY=${USE_RUBY/ruby19/}
[[ ! -x /usr/bin/rubyee ]] && export USE_RUBY=${USE_RUBY/rubyee/}
local ruby_slots=$(echo "${USE_RUBY}" | wc -w)
if [ "$ruby_slots" -ge 2 ] ; then
einfo "Now we are building the package for ${USE_RUBY}"
for rb in ${USE_RUBY} ; do
einfo "Using $rb"
export RUBY=/usr/bin/$rb
ruby() { /usr/bin/$rb "$@" ; }
mkdir -p "${S}"
cd "${WORKDIR}"
einfo "Unpacking for $rb"
src_unpack || die "src_unpack failed"
cd "${S}"
find . -name '*.[ao]' -exec rm {} \;
einfo "Building for $rb"
src_compile || die "src_compile failed"
cd "${S}"
einfo "Installing for $rb"
src_install || die "src_install failed"
done
elif [ "${USE_RUBY}" == "any" ] ; then
eerror "USE_RUBY=\"any\" is no longer supported. Please use explicit versions instead."
die "USE_RUBY=\"any\" is no longer supported."
fi
fi
# Continue with the regular prepall, see bug 140697
(unset prepall; prepall)
}
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