Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with HTTPS or Subversion.

Download ZIP
Fetching contributors…

Cannot retrieve contributors at this time

207 lines (185 sloc) 6.407 kb
# $NetBSD: compiler.mk,v 1.68 2008/10/20 20:44:49 wiz Exp $
#
# This Makefile fragment implements handling for supported C/C++/Fortran
# compilers.
#
# The following variables may be set by the pkgsrc user in mk.conf:
#
# PKGSRC_COMPILER
# A list of values specifying the chain of compilers to be used by
# pkgsrc to build packages.
#
# Valid values are:
# ccc Compaq C Compilers (Tru64)
# ccache compiler cache (chainable)
# distcc distributed C/C++ (chainable)
# f2c Fortran 77 to C compiler (chainable)
# icc Intel C++ Compiler (Linux)
# ido SGI IRIS Development Option cc (IRIX 5)
# gcc GNU
# hp HP-UX C/aC++ compilers
# mipspro Silicon Graphics, Inc. MIPSpro (n32/n64)
# mipspro-ucode Silicon Graphics, Inc. MIPSpro (o32)
# pcc Portable C Compiler
# sunpro Sun Microsystems, Inc. WorkShip/Forte/Sun
# ONE Studio
# xlc IBM's XL C/C++ compiler suite (Darwin/MacOSX)
#
# The default is "gcc". You can use ccache and/or distcc with
# an appropriate PKGSRC_COMPILER setting, e.g. "ccache distcc
# gcc". You can also use "f2c" to overlay the lang/f2c package
# over the C compiler instead of using the system Fortran
# compiler. The chain should always end in a real compiler.
# This should only be set in /etc/mk.conf.
#
# USE_PKGSRC_GCC
# Force using the appropriate version of GCC from pkgsrc based on
# GCC_REQD instead of the native compiler.
#
# The following variables may be set by a package:
#
# GCC_REQD
# A list of version numbers used to determine the minimum
# version of GCC required by a package. This value should only
# be appended to by a package Makefile.
#
# NOTE: Be conservative when setting GCC_REQD, as lang/gcc3 is
# known not to build on some platforms, e.g. Darwin. If gcc3 is
# required, set GCC_REQD=3.0 so that we do not try to pull in
# lang/gcc3 unnecessarily and have it fail.
#
# USE_LANGUAGES
# Lists the languages used in the source code of the package,
# and is used to determine the correct compilers to install.
# Valid values are: c, c99, c++, fortran, java, objc. The
# default is "c".
#
# The following variables are defined, and available for testing in
# package Makefiles:
#
# CC_VERSION
# The compiler and version being used, e.g.,
#
# .include "../../mk/compiler.mk"
#
# .if !empty(CC_VERSION:Mgcc-3*)
# ...
# .endif
#
# Keywords: compiler
.if !defined(BSD_COMPILER_MK)
BSD_COMPILER_MK= defined
_VARGROUPS+= compiler
_USER_VARS.compiler= PKGSRC_COMPILER USE_PKGSRC_GCC ABI
_PKG_VARS.compiler= USE_LANGUAGES GCC_REQD NOT_FOR_COMPILER ONLY_FOR_COMPILER
_SYS_VARS.compiler= CC_VERSION
.include "bsd.fast.prefs.mk"
# Since most packages need a C compiler, this is the default value.
USE_LANGUAGES?= c
# Add c support if c99 is set
.if !empty(USE_LANGUAGES:Mc99)
USE_LANGUAGES+= c
.endif
# For environments where there is an external gcc too, but pkgsrc
# should use the pkgsrc one for consistency.
#
.if defined(USE_PKGSRC_GCC)
_USE_PKGSRC_GCC= yes
.endif
_COMPILERS= ccc gcc icc ido mipspro mipspro-ucode sunpro xlc hp pcc
_PSEUDO_COMPILERS= ccache distcc f2c
.if defined(NOT_FOR_COMPILER) && !empty(NOT_FOR_COMPILER)
. for _compiler_ in ${_COMPILERS}
. if ${NOT_FOR_COMPILER:M${_compiler_}} == ""
_ACCEPTABLE_COMPILERS+= ${_compiler_}
. endif
. endfor
.elif defined(ONLY_FOR_COMPILER) && !empty(ONLY_FOR_COMPILER)
. for _compiler_ in ${_COMPILERS}
. if ${ONLY_FOR_COMPILER:M${_compiler_}} != ""
_ACCEPTABLE_COMPILERS+= ${_compiler_}
. endif
. endfor
.else
_ACCEPTABLE_COMPILERS+= ${_COMPILERS}
.endif
.if defined(_ACCEPTABLE_COMPILERS)
. for _acceptable_ in ${_ACCEPTABLE_COMPILERS}
. for _compiler_ in ${PKGSRC_COMPILER}
. if !empty(_ACCEPTABLE_COMPILERS:M${_compiler_}) && !defined(_COMPILER)
_COMPILER= ${_compiler_}
. endif
. endfor
. endfor
.endif
.if !defined(_COMPILER)
PKG_FAIL_REASON+= "No acceptable compiler found for ${PKGNAME}."
.endif
.for _compiler_ in ${PKGSRC_COMPILER}
. if !empty(_PSEUDO_COMPILERS:M${_compiler_})
_PKGSRC_COMPILER:= ${_compiler_} ${_PKGSRC_COMPILER}
. endif
.endfor
_PKGSRC_COMPILER:= ${_COMPILER} ${_PKGSRC_COMPILER}
_COMPILER_STRIP_VARS= # empty
.for _compiler_ in ${_PKGSRC_COMPILER}
. include "compiler/${_compiler_}.mk"
.endfor
.undef _compiler_
.if !defined(PKG_CPP)
PKG_CPP:=${CPP}
.endif
# Strip the leading paths from the toolchain variables since we manipulate
# the PATH to use the correct executable.
#
.for _var_ in ${_COMPILER_STRIP_VARS}
. if empty(${_var_}:C/^/_asdf_/1:N_asdf_*)
${_var_}:= ${${_var_}:C/^/_asdf_/1:M_asdf_*:S/^_asdf_//:T}
. else
${_var_}:= ${${_var_}:C/^/_asdf_/1:M_asdf_*:S/^_asdf_//:T} ${${_var_}:C/^/_asdf_/1:N_asdf_*}
. endif
.endfor
.if defined(ABI) && !empty(ABI)
_WRAP_EXTRA_ARGS.CC+= ${_COMPILER_ABI_FLAG.${ABI}}
_WRAP_EXTRA_ARGS.CXX+= ${_COMPILER_ABI_FLAG.${ABI}}
_WRAP_EXTRA_ARGS.LD+= ${_LINKER_ABI_FLAG.${ABI}}
.endif
# If the languages are not requested, force them not to be available
# in the generated wrappers.
#
_FAIL_WRAPPER.CC= ${WRKDIR}/.compiler/bin/c-fail-wrapper
_FAIL_WRAPPER.CXX= ${WRKDIR}/.compiler/bin/c++-fail-wrapper
_FAIL_WRAPPER.FC= ${WRKDIR}/.compiler/bin/fortran-fail-wrapper
${_FAIL_WRAPPER.CC}: fail-wrapper
${_FAIL_WRAPPER.CXX}: fail-wrapper
${_FAIL_WRAPPER.FC}: fail-wrapper
.PHONY: fail-wrapper
fail-wrapper: .USE
${RUN}${MKDIR} ${.TARGET:H}
${RUN} \
exec 1>${.TARGET}; \
${ECHO} '#!'${TOOLS_SHELL:Q}; \
${ECHO} 'wrapperlog="$${TOOLS_WRAPPER_LOG-'${_TOOLS_WRAP_LOG:Q}'}"'; \
${ECHO} 'lang="${.TARGET:T:S/-fail-wrapper//}"'; \
${ECHO} 'msg="*** Please consider adding $$lang to USE_LANGUAGES in the package Makefile."'; \
${ECHO} '${ECHO} "$$msg" >> $$wrapperlog'; \
${ECHO} '${ECHO} "$$msg" > ${WARNING_DIR}/${.TARGET:T}'; \
${ECHO} '${ECHO} "PKGSRC-WARNING: Something is trying to run the $$lang compiler," 1>&2'; \
${ECHO} '${ECHO} "PKGSRC-WARNING: but it is not added to USE_LANGUAGES in the package Makefile." 1>&2'; \
${ECHO} 'exit 1'
${RUN}${CHMOD} +x ${.TARGET}
.if empty(USE_LANGUAGES:Mc) && empty(USE_LANGUAGES:Mobjc)
PKG_CC:= ${_FAIL_WRAPPER.CC}
ALL_ENV+= CPP=${CPP:Q}
override-tools: ${_FAIL_WRAPPER.CC}
.endif
.if empty(USE_LANGUAGES:Mc++)
PKG_CXX:= ${_FAIL_WRAPPER.CXX}
ALL_ENV+= CXXCPP=${CPP:Q} # to make some Autoconf scripts happy
override-tools: ${_FAIL_WRAPPER.CXX}
.endif
.if empty(USE_LANGUAGES:Mfortran)
PKG_FC:= ${_FAIL_WRAPPER.FC}
override-tools: ${_FAIL_WRAPPER.FC}
.endif
.endif # BSD_COMPILER_MK
Jump to Line
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.