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import Control.Monad (mapM_, when)
import Data.List (foldl', intersperse, intercalate, nub, lookup, isPrefixOf)
import Data.Maybe (fromJust)
import Distribution.PackageDescription
import Distribution.Simple
import Distribution.Simple.InstallDirs (InstallDirs(..))
import Distribution.Simple.LocalBuildInfo (LocalBuildInfo, localPkgDescr, installedPkgs, withPrograms, buildDir, absoluteInstallDirs)
import Distribution.Simple.PackageIndex(SearchResult (..), searchByName )
import Distribution.Simple.Program (ConfiguredProgram (..), lookupProgram, runProgram, simpleProgram, locationPath)
import Distribution.Simple.Setup (ConfigFlags, BuildFlags, InstallFlags, CopyDest(..), fromFlag, installVerbosity)
import Distribution.Simple.Utils (installOrdinaryFile)
import Distribution.System (OS (..), Arch (..), buildOS, buildArch)
import Distribution.Verbosity (normal, verbose)
import System.Cmd (system)
import System.Directory (createDirectoryIfMissing, doesFileExist, getCurrentDirectory, getModificationTime)
import System.Environment (getEnv)
import System.Exit (ExitCode (..))
import System.FilePath.Posix ((</>), (<.>), replaceExtension, takeFileName, dropFileName, addExtension)
import System.IO.Unsafe (unsafePerformIO)
import System.Process (readProcess)
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
main :: IO ()
main = defaultMainWithHooks simpleUserHooks { confHook = myConfHook, buildHook = myBuildHook, instHook = myInstHook }
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
sourceDirectory :: FilePath
includeDirectory :: FilePath
sourceDirectory = "cpp"
includeDirectory = "include"
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
-- Comment out type signature because of a Cabal API change from 1.6 to 1.7
myConfHook (pkg0, pbi) flags = do
lbi <- confHook simpleUserHooks (pkg0, pbi) flags
let lpd = localPkgDescr lbi
let lib = fromJust (library lpd)
let libbi = libBuildInfo lib
let custom_bi = customFieldsBI libbi
wx <- fmap parseWxConfig readWxConfig
let libbi' = libbi
{ extraLibDirs = extraLibDirs libbi ++ extraLibDirs wx
, extraLibs = extraLibs libbi ++ reverse (extraLibs wx)
, ldOptions = ldOptions libbi ++ ldOptions wx
, frameworks = frameworks libbi ++ frameworks wx
, includeDirs = includeDirs libbi ++ includeDirs wx
, ccOptions = ccOptions libbi ++ ccOptions wx ++ ["-DwxcREFUSE_MEDIACTRL"]
}
let lib' = lib { libBuildInfo = libbi' }
let lpd' = lpd { library = Just lib' }
return $ lbi { localPkgDescr = lpd' }
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
-- Make sure the right version of wx widgets is installed and return the
readWxConfig :: IO String
readWxConfig = do
-- Try to force version and see if we have it
let wxRequiredVersion = "2.9"
-- The Windows port of wx-config doesn't let you specify a version, nor query the full version,
-- accordingly we just check what version is installed (which is returned with --release)
wxVersion <- case buildOS of
Windows -> readProcess "wx-config" ["--release"] ""
_ -> readProcess "wx-config" ["--version=" ++ wxRequiredVersion, "--version-full"] ""
if wxRequiredVersion `isPrefixOf` wxVersion
then putStrLn ("Configuring wxc to build against wxWidgets " ++ wxVersion)
else error ("This version of wxc requires wxWidgets " ++ wxRequiredVersion ++ " to be available")
-- The Windows port of wx-config doesn't let you specify a version (yet)
output <- case buildOS of
-- TODO: Nasty Windows hack: wx-config-win barfs if --cppflags comes after --libs :-(
Windows -> readProcess "wx-config" ["--cppflags", "--libs", "all"] ""
_ -> readProcess "wx-config" ["--version=" ++ wxRequiredVersion, "--libs", "all", "--cppflags"] ""
return output
parseWxConfig :: String -> BuildInfo
parseWxConfig s =
helper emptyBuildInfo (words s)
where
helper b ("-framework":w:ws) = helper (b { frameworks = w : frameworks b }) ws
helper b (w:ws) = helper (f b w) ws
helper b [] = b
f b w =
case w of
('-':'L':v) -> b { extraLibDirs = v : extraLibDirs b }
('-':'l':v) -> b { extraLibs = v : extraLibs b }
('-':'I':v) -> b { includeDirs = v : includeDirs b }
('-':'D':_) -> b { ccOptions = w : ccOptions b }
_ -> b
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
-- | Extend the standard build hook to build a shared library for wxc - this will statically link
-- any libraries which are unavailable as shared variants. This is mainly a work-around for the
-- fact that GHCi needs to load shared libraries at run-time, and that the Windows MinGW environment
-- is shipped with only a static version of libstdc++.
-- TODO: Does not currently create the build output directory.
myBuildHook :: PackageDescription -> LocalBuildInfo -> UserHooks -> BuildFlags -> IO ()
myBuildHook pkg_descr local_bld_info user_hooks bld_flags =
do
-- Extract the custom fields customFieldsPD where field name is x-cpp-dll-sources
let lib = fromJust (library pkg_descr)
lib_bi = libBuildInfo lib
custom_bi = customFieldsBI lib_bi
dll_name = fromJust (lookup "x-dll-name" custom_bi)
dll_srcs = (lines . fromJust) (lookup "x-dll-sources" custom_bi)
dll_libs = (lines . fromJust) (lookup "x-dll-extra-libraries" custom_bi)
cc_opts = ccOptions lib_bi
ld_opts = ldOptions lib_bi
inc_dirs = includeDirs lib_bi
lib_dirs = extraLibDirs lib_bi
libs = extraLibs lib_bi
bld_dir = buildDir local_bld_info
progs = withPrograms local_bld_info
gcc = fromJust (lookupProgram (simpleProgram "gcc") progs)
ver = (pkgVersion . package) pkg_descr
inst_lib_dir = libdir $ absoluteInstallDirs pkg_descr local_bld_info NoCopyDest
-- Compile C/C++ sources - output directory is dist/build/src/cpp
putStrLn "Building wxc"
objs <- mapM (compileCxx gcc cc_opts inc_dirs bld_dir) dll_srcs
-- Link C/C++ sources as a DLL - output directory is dist/build
putStrLn "Linking wxc"
linkSharedLib gcc ld_opts lib_dirs (libs ++ dll_libs) objs ver bld_dir dll_name inst_lib_dir
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
-- | Return any compiler options required to support shared library creation
osCompileOpts :: [String] -- ^ Platform-specific compile options
osCompileOpts =
case buildOS of
Windows -> ["-DBUILD_DLL"]
OSX -> ["-fPIC"]
_ -> ["-fPIC"]
sharedLibName :: Version -- ^ Version information to be used for Unix shared libraries
-> String -- ^ Name of the shared library
-> String
sharedLibName ver basename =
case buildOS of
Windows -> addExtension basename ".dll"
OSX -> "lib" ++ addExtension basename ".dylib"
_ -> "lib" ++ basename ++ ".so." ++ full_ver
where
full_ver = (concat . intersperse "." . map show . versionBranch) ver
-- | Return any linker options required to support shared library creation
linkCxxOpts :: Version -- ^ Version information to be used for Unix shared libraries
-> FilePath -- ^ Directory in which library will be built
-> String -- ^ Name of the shared library
-> String -- ^ Absolute path of the shared library
-> [String] -- ^ List of options which can be applied to 'runProgram'
linkCxxOpts ver out_dir basename basepath =
let dll_pathname = normalisePath (out_dir </> addExtension basename ".dll")
implib_pathname = normalisePath (out_dir </> "lib" ++ addExtension basename ".a") in
case buildOS of
Windows -> ["--dll", "-shared",
"-o", out_dir </> sharedLibName ver basename,
"-Wl,--out-implib," ++ "lib" ++ addExtension basename ".a",
"-Wl,--export-all-symbols", "-Wl,--enable-auto-import"]
OSX -> ["-dynamiclib",
"-o", out_dir </> sharedLibName ver basename,
"-install_name", basepath </> sharedLibName ver basename,
"-Wl,-undefined,dynamic_lookup"]
_ -> ["-shared",
"-Wl,-soname,lib" ++ basename ++ ".so",
"-o", out_dir </> sharedLibName ver basename]
-- | Compile a single source file using the configured gcc, if the object file does not yet
-- exist, or is older than the source file.
-- TODO: Does not do dependency resolution properly
compileCxx :: ConfiguredProgram -- ^ Program used to perform C/C++ compilation (gcc)
-> [String] -- ^ Compile options provided by Cabal and wxConfig
-> [String] -- ^ Include paths provided by Cabal and wxConfig
-> FilePath -- ^ Base output directory
-> FilePath -- ^ Path to source file
-> IO FilePath -- ^ Path to generated object code
compileCxx gcc opts incls out_path cxx_src =
do
let includes = map ("-I" ++) incls
out_path' = normalisePath out_path
cxx_src' = normalisePath cxx_src
out_file = out_path' </> dropFileName cxx_src </> replaceExtension (takeFileName cxx_src) ".o"
out = ["-c", cxx_src', "-o", out_file]
opts' = opts ++ osCompileOpts
do_it <- needsCompiling cxx_src out_file
when do_it $ createDirectoryIfMissing True (dropFileName out_file) >>
runProgram verbose gcc (includes ++ opts' ++ out)
return out_file
-- | Return True if obj does not exist or is older than src.
-- Real dependency checking would be nice here...
needsCompiling :: FilePath -- ^ Path to source file
-> FilePath -- ^ Path to object file
-> IO Bool -- ^ True if compilation required
needsCompiling src obj =
do
has_obj <- doesFileExist obj
if has_obj
then do
mtime_src <- getModificationTime src
mtime_obj <- getModificationTime obj
if mtime_obj < mtime_src then return True else return False
else
return True
-- | Create a dynamically linked library using the configured ld.
linkSharedLib :: ConfiguredProgram -- ^ Program used to perform linking
-> [String] -- ^ Linker options supplied by Cabal
-> [FilePath] -- ^ Library directories
-> [String] -- ^ Libraries
-> [String] -- ^ Objects
-> Version -- ^ wxCore version (wxC has same version number)
-> FilePath -- ^ Directory in which library will be generated
-> String -- ^ Name of the shared library
-> String -- ^ Absolute path of the shared library
-> IO ()
linkSharedLib gcc opts lib_dirs libs objs ver out_dir dll_name dll_path =
do
let lib_dirs' = map (\d -> "-L" ++ normalisePath d) lib_dirs
out_dir' = normalisePath out_dir
opts' = opts ++ linkCxxOpts ver (out_dir') dll_name dll_path
objs' = map normalisePath objs
libs' = ["-lstdc++"] ++ map ("-l" ++) libs
runProgram verbose gcc (opts' ++ objs' ++ lib_dirs' ++ libs')
--system $ (unwords ([show . locationPath . programLocation $ gcc] ++ opts' ++ objs' ++ lib_dirs' ++ libs'))
return ()
-- | The 'normalise' implementation in System.FilePath does not meet the requirements of
-- calling and/or running external programs on Windows particularly well as it does not
-- normalise the '/' character to '\\'. The problem is that some MinGW programs do not
-- like to see paths with a mixture of '/' and '\\'. Sine we are calling out to these,
-- we require a stricter normalisation.
normalisePath :: FilePath -> FilePath
normalisePath = case buildOS of
Windows -> dosifyFilePath
_ -> unixifyFilePath
-- | Replace a character in a String with some other character
replace :: Char -- ^ Character to replace
-> Char -- ^ Character with which to replace
-> String -- ^ String in which to replace
-> String -- ^ Transformed string
replace old new = map replace'
where
replace' elem = if elem == old then new else elem
unixifyFilePath = replace '\\' '/'
dosifyFilePath = replace '/' '\\'
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
-- | Run ldconfig in `path` and return a list of all the links which were created
ldconfig :: FilePath -> IO ()
ldconfig path = case buildOS of
Windows -> return ()
OSX -> return ()
_ -> do
ld_exit_code <- system ("/sbin/ldconfig -n " ++ path)
case ld_exit_code of
ExitSuccess -> return ()
otherwise -> error "Couldn't execute ldconfig, ensure it is on your path"
myInstHook :: PackageDescription -> LocalBuildInfo -> UserHooks -> InstallFlags -> IO ()
myInstHook pkg_descr local_bld_info user_hooks inst_flags =
do
-- Perform simpleUserHooks instHook (to copy installIncludes)
instHook simpleUserHooks pkg_descr local_bld_info user_hooks inst_flags
-- Copy shared library
let bld_dir = buildDir local_bld_info
ver = (pkgVersion . package) pkg_descr
lib = fromJust (library pkg_descr)
lib_bi = libBuildInfo lib
custom_bi = customFieldsBI lib_bi
dll_name = fromJust (lookup "x-dll-name" custom_bi)
lib_name = sharedLibName ver dll_name
inst_lib_dir = libdir $ absoluteInstallDirs pkg_descr local_bld_info NoCopyDest
installOrdinaryFile (fromFlag (installVerbosity inst_flags)) (bld_dir </> lib_name) (inst_lib_dir </> lib_name)
ldconfig inst_lib_dir
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