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# This Makefile fragment declares toolchain related helper functions.
# The copy_toolchain_lib_root function copies a toolchain library and
# its symbolic links from the sysroot directory to the target
# directory. Note that this function is used both by the external
# toolchain logic, and the glibc package, so care must be taken when
# changing this function.
#
# Most toolchains (CodeSourcery ones) have their libraries either in
# /lib or /usr/lib relative to their ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR, so we search
# libraries in:
#
# $${ARCH_LIB_DIR}
# usr/$${ARCH_LIB_DIR}
#
# Buildroot toolchains, however, have basic libraries in /lib, and
# libstdc++/libgcc_s in /usr/<target-name>/lib(64), so we also need to
# search libraries in:
#
# usr/$(TOOLCHAIN_EXTERNAL_PREFIX)/$${ARCH_LIB_DIR}
#
# Linaro toolchains have most libraries in lib/<target-name>/, so we
# need to search libraries in:
#
# $${ARCH_LIB_DIR}/$(TOOLCHAIN_EXTERNAL_PREFIX)
#
# And recent Linaro toolchains have the GCC support libraries
# (libstdc++, libgcc_s, etc.) into a separate directory, outside of
# the sysroot, that we called the "SUPPORT_LIB_DIR", into which we
# need to search as well.
#
# Thanks to ARCH_LIB_DIR we also take into account toolchains that
# have the libraries in lib64 and usr/lib64.
#
# Please be very careful to check the major toolchain sources:
# Buildroot, Crosstool-NG, CodeSourcery and Linaro before doing any
# modification on the below logic.
#
# $1: arch specific sysroot directory
# $2: support libraries directory (can be empty)
# $3: library directory ('lib' or 'lib64') from which libraries must be copied
# $4: library name
# $5: destination directory of the libary, relative to $(TARGET_DIR)
#
copy_toolchain_lib_root = \
ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR="$(strip $1)"; \
SUPPORT_LIB_DIR="$(strip $2)" ; \
ARCH_LIB_DIR="$(strip $3)" ; \
LIB="$(strip $4)"; \
DESTDIR="$(strip $5)" ; \
\
for dir in \
$${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR}/$${ARCH_LIB_DIR}/$(TOOLCHAIN_EXTERNAL_PREFIX) \
$${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR}/usr/$(TOOLCHAIN_EXTERNAL_PREFIX)/$${ARCH_LIB_DIR} \
$${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR}/$${ARCH_LIB_DIR} \
$${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR}/usr/$${ARCH_LIB_DIR} \
$${SUPPORT_LIB_DIR} ; do \
LIBPATHS=`find $${dir} -maxdepth 1 -name "$${LIB}" 2>/dev/null` ; \
if test -n "$${LIBPATHS}" ; then \
break ; \
fi \
done ; \
mkdir -p $(TARGET_DIR)/$${DESTDIR}; \
for LIBPATH in $${LIBPATHS} ; do \
while true ; do \
LIBNAME=`basename $${LIBPATH}`; \
LIBDIR=`dirname $${LIBPATH}` ; \
LINKTARGET=`readlink $${LIBPATH}` ; \
rm -fr $(TARGET_DIR)/$${DESTDIR}/$${LIBNAME}; \
if test -h $${LIBPATH} ; then \
ln -sf `basename $${LINKTARGET}` $(TARGET_DIR)/$${DESTDIR}/$${LIBNAME} ; \
elif test -f $${LIBPATH}; then \
$(INSTALL) -D -m0755 $${LIBPATH} $(TARGET_DIR)/$${DESTDIR}/$${LIBNAME}; \
else \
exit -1; \
fi; \
if test -z "$${LINKTARGET}" ; then \
break ; \
fi ; \
LIBPATH="`readlink -f $${LIBPATH}`"; \
done; \
done
#
# Copy the full external toolchain sysroot directory to the staging
# dir. The operation of this function is rendered a little bit
# complicated by the support for multilib toolchains.
#
# We start by copying etc, lib, sbin and usr from the sysroot of the
# selected architecture variant (as pointed by ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR). This
# allows to import into the staging directory the C library and
# companion libraries for the correct architecture variant. We
# explictly only copy etc, lib, sbin and usr since other directories
# might exist for other architecture variants (on Codesourcery
# toolchain, the sysroot for the default architecture variant contains
# the armv4t and thumb2 subdirectories, which are the sysroot for the
# corresponding architecture variants), and we don't want to import
# them.
#
# Then, we need to support two types of multilib toolchains:
#
# - The toolchains that have nested sysroots: a main sysroot, and
# then additional sysroots available as subdirectories of the main
# one. This is for example used by Sourcery CodeBench toolchains.
#
# - The toolchains that have side-by-side sysroots. Each sysroot is a
# complete one, they simply leave one next to each other. This is
# for example used by MIPS Codescape toolchains.
#
# So, we first detect if the selected architecture variant is not the
# default one (i.e, if SYSROOT_DIR != ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR).
#
# If we are in the situation of a nested sysroot, we:
#
# * If needed, import the header files from the default architecture
# variant. Header files are typically shared between the sysroots
# for the different architecture variants. If we use the
# non-default one, header files were not copied by the previous
# step, so we copy them here from the sysroot of the default
# architecture variant.
#
# * Create a symbolic link that matches the name of the subdirectory
# for the architecture variant in the original sysroot. This is
# required as the compiler will by default look in
# sysroot_dir/arch_variant/ for libraries and headers, when the
# non-default architecture variant is used. Without this, the
# compiler fails to find libraries and headers.
#
# If we are in the situation of a side-by-side sysroot, we:
#
# * Create a symbolic link
#
# Finally, some toolchains (i.e Linaro binary toolchains) store
# support libraries (libstdc++, libgcc_s) outside of the sysroot, so
# we simply copy all the libraries from the "support lib directory"
# into our sysroot.
#
# Note that the 'locale' directories are not copied. They are huge
# (400+MB) in CodeSourcery toolchains, and they are not really useful.
#
# $1: main sysroot directory of the toolchain
# $2: arch specific sysroot directory of the toolchain
# $3: arch specific subdirectory in the sysroot
# $4: directory of libraries ('lib', 'lib32' or 'lib64')
# $5: support lib directories (for toolchains storing libgcc_s,
# libstdc++ and other gcc support libraries outside of the
# sysroot)
copy_toolchain_sysroot = \
SYSROOT_DIR="$(strip $1)"; \
ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR="$(strip $2)"; \
ARCH_SUBDIR="$(strip $3)"; \
ARCH_LIB_DIR="$(strip $4)" ; \
SUPPORT_LIB_DIR="$(strip $5)" ; \
for i in etc $${ARCH_LIB_DIR} sbin usr usr/$${ARCH_LIB_DIR}; do \
if [ -d $${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR}/$$i ] ; then \
rsync -au --chmod=u=rwX,go=rX --exclude 'usr/lib/locale' \
--include '/libexec*/' --exclude '/lib*/' \
$${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR}/$$i/ $(STAGING_DIR)/$$i/ ; \
fi ; \
done ; \
SYSROOT_DIR_CANON=`readlink -f $${SYSROOT_DIR}` ; \
ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR_CANON=`readlink -f $${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR}` ; \
if [ $${SYSROOT_DIR_CANON} != $${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR_CANON} ] ; then \
relpath="./" ; \
if [ $${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR_CANON:0:$${\#SYSROOT_DIR_CANON}} == $${SYSROOT_DIR_CANON} ] ; then \
if [ ! -d $${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR}/usr/include ] ; then \
cp -a $${SYSROOT_DIR}/usr/include $(STAGING_DIR)/usr ; \
fi ; \
mkdir -p `dirname $(STAGING_DIR)/$${ARCH_SUBDIR}` ; \
nbslashs=`printf $${ARCH_SUBDIR} | sed 's%[^/]%%g' | wc -c` ; \
for slash in `seq 1 $${nbslashs}` ; do \
relpath=$${relpath}"../" ; \
done ; \
ln -s $${relpath} $(STAGING_DIR)/$${ARCH_SUBDIR} ; \
echo "Symlinking $(STAGING_DIR)/$${ARCH_SUBDIR} -> $${relpath}" ; \
elif [ `dirname $${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR_CANON}` == `dirname $${SYSROOT_DIR_CANON}` ] ; then \
ln -snf $${relpath} $(STAGING_DIR)/`basename $${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR_CANON}` ; \
echo "Symlinking $(STAGING_DIR)/`basename $${ARCH_SYSROOT_DIR_CANON}` -> $${relpath}" ; \
fi ; \
fi ; \
if test -n "$${SUPPORT_LIB_DIR}" ; then \
cp -a $${SUPPORT_LIB_DIR}/* $(STAGING_DIR)/lib/ ; \
fi ; \
find $(STAGING_DIR) -type d | xargs chmod 755
#
# Check the specified kernel headers version actually matches the
# version in the toolchain.
#
# $1: sysroot directory
# $2: kernel version string, in the form: X.Y
#
check_kernel_headers_version = \
if ! support/scripts/check-kernel-headers.sh $(1) $(2); then \
exit 1; \
fi
#
# Check the specific gcc version actually matches the version in the
# toolchain
#
# $1: path to gcc
# $2: expected gcc version
#
# Some details about the sed expression:
# - 1!d
# - delete if not line 1
#
# - s/^[^)]+\) ([^[:space:]]+).*/\1/
# - eat all until the first ')' character followed by a space
# - match as many non-space chars as possible
# - eat all the remaining chars on the line
# - replace by the matched expression
#
check_gcc_version = \
expected_version="$(strip $2)" ; \
if [ -z "$${expected_version}" ]; then \
printf "Internal error, gcc version unknown (no GCC_AT_LEAST_X_Y selected)\n"; \
exit 1 ; \
fi; \
real_version=`$(1) --version | sed -r -e '1!d; s/^[^)]+\) ([^[:space:]]+).*/\1/;'` ; \
if [[ ! "$${real_version}" =~ ^$${expected_version}\. ]] ; then \
printf "Incorrect selection of gcc version: expected %s.x, got %s\n" \
"$${expected_version}" "$${real_version}" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi
#
# Check the availability of a particular glibc feature. This function
# is used to check toolchain options that are always supported by
# glibc, so we simply check that the corresponding option is properly
# enabled.
#
# $1: Buildroot option name
# $2: feature description
#
check_glibc_feature = \
if [ "$($(1))" != "y" ] ; then \
echo "$(2) available in C library, please enable $(1)" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi
#
# Check the availability of RPC support in a glibc toolchain
#
# $1: sysroot directory
#
check_glibc_rpc_feature = \
IS_IN_LIBC=`test -f $(1)/usr/include/rpc/rpc.h && echo y` ; \
if [ "$(BR2_TOOLCHAIN_HAS_NATIVE_RPC)" != "y" -a "$${IS_IN_LIBC}" = "y" ] ; then \
echo "RPC support available in C library, please enable BR2_TOOLCHAIN_EXTERNAL_INET_RPC" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi ; \
if [ "$(BR2_TOOLCHAIN_HAS_NATIVE_RPC)" = "y" -a "$${IS_IN_LIBC}" != "y" ] ; then \
echo "RPC support not available in C library, please disable BR2_TOOLCHAIN_EXTERNAL_INET_RPC" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi
#
# Check the correctness of a glibc external toolchain configuration.
# 1. Check that the C library selected in Buildroot matches the one
# of the external toolchain
# 2. Check that all the C library-related features are enabled in the
# config, since glibc always supports all of them
#
# $1: sysroot directory
#
check_glibc = \
SYSROOT_DIR="$(strip $1)"; \
if test `find $${SYSROOT_DIR}/ -maxdepth 2 -name 'ld-linux*.so.*' -o -name 'ld.so.*' -o -name 'ld64.so.*' | wc -l` -eq 0 ; then \
echo "Incorrect selection of the C library"; \
exit -1; \
fi; \
$(call check_glibc_feature,BR2_USE_MMU,MMU support) ;\
$(call check_glibc_rpc_feature,$${SYSROOT_DIR})
#
# Check that the selected C library really is musl
#
# $1: sysroot directory
check_musl = \
SYSROOT_DIR="$(strip $1)"; \
if test ! -f $${SYSROOT_DIR}/lib/libc.so -o -e $${SYSROOT_DIR}/lib/libm.so ; then \
echo "Incorrect selection of the C library" ; \
exit -1; \
fi
#
# Check the conformity of Buildroot configuration with regard to the
# uClibc configuration of the external toolchain, for a particular
# feature.
#
# If 'Buildroot option name' ($2) is empty it means the uClibc option
# is mandatory.
#
# $1: uClibc macro name
# $2: Buildroot option name
# $3: uClibc config file
# $4: feature description
#
check_uclibc_feature = \
IS_IN_LIBC=`grep -q "\#define $(1) 1" $(3) && echo y` ; \
if [ -z "$(2)" ] ; then \
if [ "$${IS_IN_LIBC}" != "y" ] ; then \
echo "$(4) not available in C library, toolchain unsuitable for Buildroot" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi ; \
else \
if [ "$($(2))" != "y" -a "$${IS_IN_LIBC}" = "y" ] ; then \
echo "$(4) available in C library, please enable $(2)" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi ; \
if [ "$($(2))" = "y" -a "$${IS_IN_LIBC}" != "y" ] ; then \
echo "$(4) not available in C library, please disable $(2)" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi ; \
fi
#
# Check the correctness of a uclibc external toolchain configuration
# 1. Check that the C library selected in Buildroot matches the one
# of the external toolchain
# 2. Check that the features enabled in the Buildroot configuration
# match the features available in the uClibc of the external
# toolchain
#
# $1: sysroot directory
#
check_uclibc = \
SYSROOT_DIR="$(strip $1)"; \
if ! test -f $${SYSROOT_DIR}/usr/include/bits/uClibc_config.h ; then \
echo "Incorrect selection of the C library"; \
exit -1; \
fi; \
UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE=$${SYSROOT_DIR}/usr/include/bits/uClibc_config.h ; \
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__ARCH_USE_MMU__,BR2_USE_MMU,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},MMU support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__UCLIBC_HAS_LFS__,,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},Large file support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__UCLIBC_HAS_IPV6__,,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},IPv6 support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__UCLIBC_HAS_RPC__,BR2_TOOLCHAIN_HAS_NATIVE_RPC,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},RPC support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__UCLIBC_HAS_LOCALE__,BR2_ENABLE_LOCALE,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},Locale support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__UCLIBC_HAS_WCHAR__,BR2_USE_WCHAR,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},Wide char support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__UCLIBC_HAS_THREADS__,BR2_TOOLCHAIN_HAS_THREADS,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},Thread support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__PTHREADS_DEBUG_SUPPORT__,BR2_TOOLCHAIN_HAS_THREADS_DEBUG,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},Thread debugging support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__UCLIBC_HAS_THREADS_NATIVE__,BR2_TOOLCHAIN_HAS_THREADS_NPTL,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},NPTL thread support) ;\
$(call check_uclibc_feature,__UCLIBC_HAS_SSP__,BR2_TOOLCHAIN_HAS_SSP,$${UCLIBC_CONFIG_FILE},Stack Smashing Protection support)
#
# Check that the Buildroot configuration of the ABI matches the
# configuration of the external toolchain.
#
# $1: cross-gcc path
# $2: cross-readelf path
#
check_arm_abi = \
__CROSS_CC=$(strip $1) ; \
__CROSS_READELF=$(strip $2) ; \
EXT_TOOLCHAIN_TARGET=`LANG=C $${__CROSS_CC} -v 2>&1 | grep ^Target | cut -f2 -d ' '` ; \
if ! echo $${EXT_TOOLCHAIN_TARGET} | grep -qE 'eabi(hf)?$$' ; then \
echo "External toolchain uses the unsuported OABI" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi ; \
if ! echo 'int main(void) {}' | $${__CROSS_CC} -x c -o $(BUILD_DIR)/.br-toolchain-test.tmp - ; then \
rm -f $(BUILD_DIR)/.br-toolchain-test.tmp*; \
abistr_$(BR2_ARM_EABI)='EABI'; \
abistr_$(BR2_ARM_EABIHF)='EABIhf'; \
echo "Incorrect ABI setting: $${abistr_y} selected, but toolchain is incompatible"; \
exit 1 ; \
fi ; \
rm -f $(BUILD_DIR)/.br-toolchain-test.tmp*
#
# Check that the external toolchain supports C++
#
# $1: cross-g++ path
#
check_cplusplus = \
__CROSS_CXX=$(strip $1) ; \
$${__CROSS_CXX} -v > /dev/null 2>&1 ; \
if test $$? -ne 0 ; then \
echo "C++ support is selected but is not available in external toolchain" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi
#
# Check that the cross-compiler given in the configuration exists
#
# $1: cross-gcc path
#
check_cross_compiler_exists = \
__CROSS_CC=$(strip $1) ; \
$${__CROSS_CC} -v > /dev/null 2>&1 ; \
if test $$? -ne 0 ; then \
echo "Cannot execute cross-compiler '$${__CROSS_CC}'" ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi
#
# Check for toolchains known not to work with Buildroot. For now, we
# only check for Angstrom toolchains, by looking at the vendor part of
# the host tuple.
#
# $1: cross-gcc path
#
check_unusable_toolchain = \
__CROSS_CC=$(strip $1) ; \
vendor=`$${__CROSS_CC} -dumpmachine | cut -f2 -d'-'` ; \
if test "$${vendor}" = "angstrom" ; then \
echo "Angstrom toolchains are not pure toolchains: they contain" ; \
echo "many other libraries than just the C library, which makes" ; \
echo "them unsuitable as external toolchains for build systems" ; \
echo "such as Buildroot." ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi; \
with_sysroot=`$${__CROSS_CC} -v 2>&1 |sed -r -e '/.* --with-sysroot=([^[:space:]]+)[[:space:]].*/!d; s//\1/'`; \
if test "$${with_sysroot}" = "/" ; then \
echo "Distribution toolchains are unsuitable for use by Buildroot," ; \
echo "as they were configured in a way that makes them non-relocatable,"; \
echo "and contain a lot of pre-built libraries that would conflict with"; \
echo "the ones Buildroot wants to build."; \
exit 1; \
fi
#
# Generate gdbinit file for use with Buildroot
#
gen_gdbinit_file = \
mkdir -p $(STAGING_DIR)/usr/share/buildroot/ ; \
echo "set sysroot $(STAGING_DIR)" > $(STAGING_DIR)/usr/share/buildroot/gdbinit
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