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SUMMARY = "Free peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries"
SECTION = "libs"
DEPENDS = "bjam-native zlib bzip2"
ARM_INSTRUCTION_SET = "arm"
BOOST_LIBS = "\
atomic \
chrono \
date_time \
filesystem \
graph \
iostreams \
log \
program_options \
random \
regex \
serialization \
signals \
system \
test \
thread \
"
# optional boost-python library
PACKAGECONFIG ??= ""
PACKAGECONFIG[python] = ",,python"
BOOST_LIBS += "${@bb.utils.contains('PACKAGECONFIG', 'python', 'python', '', d)}"
inherit python-dir
PYTHON_ROOT = "${STAGING_DIR_HOST}/${prefix}"
# Make a package for each library, plus -dev
PACKAGES = "${PN}-dbg ${BOOST_PACKAGES}"
python __anonymous () {
packages = []
extras = []
for lib in d.getVar('BOOST_LIBS', True).split( ):
pkg = "boost-%s" % lib.replace("_", "-")
extras.append("--with-%s" % lib)
packages.append(pkg)
if not d.getVar("FILES_%s" % pkg, True):
d.setVar("FILES_%s" % pkg, "${libdir}/libboost_%s*.so.*" % lib)
d.setVar("BOOST_PACKAGES", " ".join(packages))
d.setVar("BJAM_EXTRA", " ".join(extras))
}
# Override the contents of specific packages
FILES_boost-serialization = "${libdir}/libboost_serialization*.so.* \
${libdir}/libboost_wserialization*.so.*"
FILES_boost-test = "${libdir}/libboost_prg_exec_monitor*.so.* \
${libdir}/libboost_unit_test_framework*.so.*"
# -dev last to pick up the remaining stuff
PACKAGES += "${PN}-dev ${PN}-staticdev"
FILES_${PN}-dev = "${includedir} ${libdir}/libboost_*.so"
FILES_${PN}-staticdev = "${libdir}/libboost_*.a"
# "boost" is a metapackage which pulls in all boost librabries
PACKAGES += "${PN}"
RRECOMMENDS_${PN} += "${BOOST_PACKAGES}"
RRECOMMENDS_${PN}_class-native = ""
ALLOW_EMPTY_${PN} = "1"
# to avoid GNU_HASH QA errors added LDFLAGS to ARCH; a little bit dirty but at least it works
TARGET_CC_ARCH += "${LDFLAGS}"
# Oh yippee, a new build system, it's sooo cooool I could eat my own
# foot. inlining=on lets the compiler choose, I think. At least this
# stuff is documented...
# NOTE: if you leave <debug-symbols>on then in a debug build the build sys
# objcopy will be invoked, and that won't work. Building debug apparently
# requires hacking gcc-tools.jam
#
# Sometimes I wake up screaming. Famous figures are gathered in the nightmare,
# Steve Bourne, Larry Wall, the whole of the ANSI C committee. They're just
# standing there, waiting, but the truely terrifying thing is what they carry
# in their hands. At first sight each seems to bear the same thing, but it is
# not so for the forms in their grasp are ever so slightly different one from
# the other. Each is twisted in some grotesque way from the other to make each
# an unspeakable perversion impossible to perceive without the onset of madness.
# True insanity awaits anyone who perceives all of these horrors together.
#
# Quotation marks, there might be an easier way to do this, but I can't find
# it. The problem is that the user.hpp configuration file must receive a
# pre-processor macro defined as the appropriate string - complete with "'s
# around it. (<> is a possibility here but the danger to that is that the
# failure case interprets the < and > as shell redirections, creating
# random files in the source tree.)
#
#bjam: '-DBOOST_PLATFORM_CONFIG=\"config\"'
#do_compile: '-sGCC=... '"'-DBOOST_PLATFORM_CONFIG=\"config\"'"
SQD = '"'
EQD = '\"'
#boost.bb: "... '-sGCC=... '${SQD}'-DBOOST_PLATFORM_CONFIG=${EQD}config${EQD}'${SQD} ..."
BJAM_CONF = "${SQD}'-DBOOST_PLATFORM_CONFIG=${EQD}boost/config/platform/${TARGET_OS}.hpp${EQD}'${SQD}"
BJAM_TOOLS = "--ignore-site-config \
'-sTOOLS=gcc' \
'-sGCC=${CC} '${BJAM_CONF} \
'-sGXX=${CXX} '${BJAM_CONF} \
'-sGCC_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY=${STAGING_INCDIR}' \
'-sGCC_STDLIB_DIRECTORY=${STAGING_LIBDIR}' \
'-sBUILD=release <optimization>space <threading>multi <inlining>on <debug-symbols>off' \
'-sPYTHON_VERSION=${PYTHON_BASEVERSION}' \
'-sPYTHON_ROOT=${PYTHON_ROOT}' \
'--layout=system' \
"
# use PARALLEL_MAKE to speed up the build, but limit it by -j 64, greater paralelism causes bjam to segfault or to ignore -j
# https://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/ticket/7634
def get_boost_parallel_make(bb, d):
pm = d.getVar('PARALLEL_MAKE', True)
if pm:
# look for '-j' and throw other options (e.g. '-l') away
# because they might have different meaning in bjam
pm = pm.split()
while pm:
v = None
opt = pm.pop(0)
if opt == '-j':
v = pm.pop(0)
elif opt.startswith('-j'):
v = opt[2:].strip()
else:
v = None
if v:
v = min(64, int(v))
return '-j' + str(v)
return ""
BOOST_PARALLEL_MAKE = "${@get_boost_parallel_make(bb, d)}"
BJAM_OPTS = '${BOOST_PARALLEL_MAKE} \
${BJAM_TOOLS} \
-sBOOST_BUILD_USER_CONFIG=${S}/tools/build/example/user-config.jam \
--builddir=${S}/${TARGET_SYS} \
--disable-icu \
${BJAM_EXTRA}'
# Native compilation of bzip2 isn't working
BJAM_OPTS_append_class-native = ' -sNO_BZIP2=1'
do_boostconfig() {
cp -f boost/config/platform/linux.hpp boost/config/platform/linux-gnueabi.hpp
# D2194:Fixing the failure of "error: duplicate initialization of gcc with the following parameters" during compilation.
sed -i "/^using gcc : 4.3.1/d" ${S}/tools/build/example/user-config.jam
sed -i "/^using python : ${PYTHON_BASEVERSION}"/d ${S}/tools/build/example/user-config.jam
echo 'using gcc : 4.3.1 : ${CXX} : <cflags>"${CFLAGS}" <cxxflags>"${CXXFLAGS}" <linkflags>"${LDFLAGS}" ;' >> ${S}/tools/build/example/user-config.jam
echo "using python : ${PYTHON_BASEVERSION} : : ${STAGING_INCDIR}/python${PYTHON_BASEVERSION} ;" >> ${S}/tools/build/example/user-config.jam
CC="${BUILD_CC}" CFLAGS="${BUILD_CFLAGS}" ./bootstrap.sh --with-bjam=bjam --with-toolset=gcc --with-python-root=${PYTHON_ROOT}
sed -i '/^using python/d' project-config.jam
}
addtask do_boostconfig after do_patch before do_configure
do_compile() {
set -ex
bjam ${BJAM_OPTS} --prefix=${prefix} \
--exec-prefix=${exec_prefix} \
--libdir=${libdir} \
--includedir=${includedir}
}
do_install() {
set -ex
bjam ${BJAM_OPTS} \
--libdir=${D}${libdir} \
--includedir=${D}${includedir} \
install
for lib in ${BOOST_LIBS}; do
if [ -e ${D}${libdir}/libboost_${lib}.a ]; then
ln -s libboost_${lib}.a ${D}${libdir}/libboost_${lib}-mt.a
fi
if [ -e ${D}${libdir}/libboost_${lib}.so ]; then
ln -s libboost_${lib}.so ${D}${libdir}/libboost_${lib}-mt.so
fi
done
}
BBCLASSEXTEND = "native nativesdk"
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