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Gentoo uses ABI env var already
--- gmp-4.2.3/configure
+++ gmp-4.2.3/configure
@@ -489,7 +489,7 @@
WANT_MPBSD_TRUE
WANT_MPBSD_FALSE
GMP_NAIL_BITS
-ABI
+GMPABI
HAVE_HOST_CPU_FAMILY_power
HAVE_HOST_CPU_FAMILY_powerpc
GMP_LDFLAGS
@@ -930,7 +930,7 @@
ac_precious_vars='build_alias
host_alias
target_alias
-ABI
+GMPABI
CC
CFLAGS
LDFLAGS
@@ -1091,7 +1091,7 @@
include additional configurations [automatic]
Some influential environment variables:
- ABI desired ABI (for processors supporting more than one ABI)
+ GMPABI desired ABI (for processors supporting more than one ABI)
CC C compiler command
CFLAGS C compiler flags
LDFLAGS linker flags, e.g. -L<lib dir> if you have libraries in a
@@ -2670,7 +2670,7 @@
# (64-bit), but not both, so there's no option to choose the desired
# mode, we must instead detect which of the two it is. This is done by
# checking sizeof(long), either 4 or 8 bytes respectively. Do this in
- # ABI=1.0 too, in case someone tries to build that with a 2.0w gcc.
+ # GMPABI=1.0 too, in case someone tries to build that with a 2.0w gcc.
#
gcc_cflags="-O2"
gcc_cflags_optlist="arch"
@@ -2694,11 +2694,11 @@
# gcc 2.7.2.3 knows -mpa-risc-1-0 and -mpa-risc-1-1
# gcc 2.95 adds -mpa-risc-2-0, plus synonyms -march=1.0, 1.1 and 2.0
#
- # We don't use -mpa-risc-2-0 in ABI=1.0 because 64-bit registers may not
+ # We don't use -mpa-risc-2-0 in GMPABI=1.0 because 64-bit registers may not
# be saved by the kernel on an old system. Actually gcc (as of 3.2)
# only adds a few float instructions with -mpa-risc-2-0, so it would
# probably be safe, but let's not take the chance. In any case, a
- # configuration like --host=hppa2.0 ABI=1.0 is far from optimal.
+ # configuration like --host=hppa2.0 GMPABI=1.0 is far from optimal.
#
case $host_cpu in
hppa1.0*) gcc_cflags_arch="-mpa-risc-1-0" ;;
@@ -2733,9 +2733,9 @@
cc_20n_cflags="+DA2.0 +e +O2 -Wl,+vnocompatwarnings"
cc_20n_testlist="hpc-hppa-2-0"
- # ABI=2.0w is available for hppa2.0w and hppa2.0, but not for
+ # GMPABI=2.0w is available for hppa2.0w and hppa2.0, but not for
# hppa2.0n, on the assumption that that the latter indicates a
- # desire for ABI=2.0n.
+ # desire for GMPABI=2.0n.
case $host in
hppa2.0n-*-*) ;;
*)
@@ -3203,7 +3203,7 @@
# mode, but not set our ABI. For some reason it's sparc where this
# keeps coming up, presumably users there are accustomed to driving the
# compiler mode that way. The effect of our testlist setting is to
- # reject ABI=64 in favour of ABI=32 if the user has forced the flags to
+ # reject GMPABI=64 in favour of GMPABI=32 if the user has forced the flags to
# 32-bit mode.
#
abilist="32"
@@ -3308,12 +3308,12 @@
case $host_cpu in
sparc64 | sparcv9* | ultrasparc*)
case $host in
- # Solaris 6 and earlier cannot run ABI=64 since it doesn't save
- # registers properly, so ABI=32 is left as the only choice.
+ # Solaris 6 and earlier cannot run GMPABI=64 since it doesn't save
+ # registers properly, so GMPABI=32 is left as the only choice.
#
*-*-solaris2.[0-6] | *-*-solaris2.[0-6].*) ;;
- # BSD sparc64 ports are 64-bit-only systems, so ABI=64 is the only
+ # BSD sparc64 ports are 64-bit-only systems, so GMPABI=64 is the only
# choice. In fact they need no special compiler flags, gcc -m64
# is the default, but it doesn't hurt to add it. v9 CPUs always
# use the sparc64 port, since the plain 32-bit sparc ports don't
@@ -3399,7 +3399,7 @@
# -O, but lets assume that's no longer true.
#
# -m32 forces 32-bit mode on a bi-arch 32/64 amd64 build of gcc. -m64 is
- # the default in such a build (we think), so -m32 is essential for ABI=32.
+ # the default in such a build (we think), so -m32 is essential for GMPABI=32.
# This is, of course, done for any $host_cpu, not just x86_64, so we can
# get such a gcc into the right mode to cross-compile to say i486-*-*.
#
@@ -3639,7 +3639,7 @@
cat >&5 <<EOF
User:
-ABI=$ABI
+GMPABI=$GMPABI
CC=$CC
CFLAGS=$CFLAGS_or_unset
CPPFLAGS=$CPPFLAGS_or_unset
@@ -3660,24 +3660,24 @@
# If the user specifies an ABI then it must be in $abilist, after that
# $abilist is restricted to just that choice.
#
-if test -n "$ABI"; then
+if test -n "$GMPABI"; then
found=no
for abi in $abilist; do
- if test $abi = "$ABI"; then found=yes; break; fi
+ if test $abi = "$GMPABI"; then found=yes; break; fi
done
if test $found = no; then
- { { echo "$as_me:$LINENO: error: ABI=$ABI is not among the following valid choices: $abilist" >&5
-echo "$as_me: error: ABI=$ABI is not among the following valid choices: $abilist" >&2;}
+ { { echo "$as_me:$LINENO: error: GMPABI=$GMPABI is not among the following valid choices: $abilist" >&5
+echo "$as_me: error: GMPABI=$GMPABI is not among the following valid choices: $abilist" >&2;}
{ (exit 1); exit 1; }; }
fi
- abilist="$ABI"
+ abilist="$GMPABI"
fi
found_compiler=no
for abi in $abilist; do
- echo "checking ABI=$abi"
+ echo "checking GMPABI=$abi"
# Suppose abilist="64 32", then for abi=64, will have abi1="_64" and
# abi2="_64". For abi=32, will have abi1="_32" and abi2="". This is how
@@ -5128,7 +5128,7 @@
# For -march settings which enable SSE2 we exclude certain bad
# gcc versions and we need an OS knowing how to save xmm regs.
#
- # This is only for ABI=32, any 64-bit gcc is good and any OS
+ # This is only for GMPABI=32, any 64-bit gcc is good and any OS
# knowing x86_64 will know xmm.
#
# -march=k8 was only introduced in gcc 3.3, so we shouldn't need
@@ -6368,16 +6368,16 @@
done
fi
- ABI="$abi"
+ GMPABI="$abi"
CC="$cc"
CFLAGS="$cflags"
CPPFLAGS="$cppflags"
# Could easily have this in config.h too, if desired.
- ABI_nodots=`echo $ABI | sed 's/\./_/'`
+ GMPABI_nodots=`echo $GMPABI | sed 's/\./_/'`
-echo "define_not_for_expansion(\`HAVE_ABI_$ABI_nodots')" >> $gmp_tmpconfigm4p
+echo "define_not_for_expansion(\`HAVE_ABI_$GMPABI_nodots')" >> $gmp_tmpconfigm4p
@@ -8830,12 +8830,12 @@
# If there's any sse2 or mmx in the path, check whether the assembler
# supports it, and remove if not.
#
-# We only need this in ABI=32, for ABI=64 on x86_64 we can assume a new
+# We only need this in GMPABI=32, for GMPABI=64 on x86_64 we can assume a new
# enough assembler.
#
case $host in
i?86*-*-* | k[5-8]*-*-* | pentium*-*-* | athlon-*-* | viac3*-*-* | geode*-*-* | athlon64-*-* | atom-*-* | core2-*-* | x86_64-*-*)
- if test "$ABI" = 32; then
+ if test "$GMPABI" = 32; then
case "$path $fat_path" in
*mmx*) echo "$as_me:$LINENO: checking if the assembler knows about MMX instructions" >&5
echo $ECHO_N "checking if the assembler knows about MMX instructions... $ECHO_C" >&6
@@ -9019,7 +9019,7 @@
cat >&5 <<EOF
Decided:
-ABI=$ABI
+GMPABI=$GMPABI
CC=$CC
CFLAGS=$CFLAGS
CPPFLAGS=$CPPFLAGS
@@ -9028,7 +9028,7 @@
CXXFLAGS=$CXXFLAGS
path=$path
EOF
-echo "using ABI=\"$ABI\""
+echo "using GMPABI=\"$GMPABI\""
echo " CC=\"$CC\""
echo " CFLAGS=\"$CFLAGS\""
echo " CPPFLAGS=\"$CPPFLAGS\""
@@ -30005,7 +30005,7 @@
case $host in
*-*-aix*)
- case $ABI in
+ case $GMPABI in
64 | aix64)
echo "include_mpn(\`powerpc64/aix.m4')" >> $gmp_tmpconfigm4i
;;
@@ -30015,7 +30015,7 @@
esac
;;
*-*-linux* | *-*-*bsd*)
- case $ABI in
+ case $GMPABI in
mode64)
echo "include_mpn(\`powerpc64/elf.m4')" >> $gmp_tmpconfigm4i
;;
@@ -30025,7 +30025,7 @@
esac
;;
*-*-darwin*)
- case $ABI in
+ case $GMPABI in
mode64)
echo "include_mpn(\`powerpc64/darwin.m4')" >> $gmp_tmpconfigm4i
;;
@@ -30048,7 +30048,7 @@
;;
sparcv9*-*-* | ultrasparc*-*-* | sparc64-*-*)
- case $ABI in
+ case $GMPABI in
64)
echo "$as_me:$LINENO: checking if the assembler accepts \".register\"" >&5
@@ -30130,7 +30130,7 @@
echo "define(<ALIGN_FILL_0x90>,<$gmp_cv_asm_align_fill_0x90>)" >> $gmp_tmpconfigm4
- case $ABI in
+ case $GMPABI in
32)
echo "include_mpn(\`x86/x86-defs.m4')" >> $gmp_tmpconfigm4i
@@ -34032,7 +34032,7 @@
WANT_MPBSD_TRUE!$WANT_MPBSD_TRUE$ac_delim
WANT_MPBSD_FALSE!$WANT_MPBSD_FALSE$ac_delim
GMP_NAIL_BITS!$GMP_NAIL_BITS$ac_delim
-ABI!$ABI$ac_delim
+GMPABI!$GMPABI$ac_delim
HAVE_HOST_CPU_FAMILY_power!$HAVE_HOST_CPU_FAMILY_power$ac_delim
HAVE_HOST_CPU_FAMILY_powerpc!$HAVE_HOST_CPU_FAMILY_powerpc$ac_delim
GMP_LDFLAGS!$GMP_LDFLAGS$ac_delim
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