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#! perl
# Copyright (C) 2001-2006, The Perl Foundation.
# $Id$
=head1 NAME
Configure.pl - Parrot's Configuration Script
=head1 SYNOPSIS
% perl Configure.pl [options]
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This is Parrot's configuration program. It should be run to create
the necessary system-specific files before building Parrot.
=head2 Command-line Options
General Options
=over
=item C<--help>
Prints out a description of the options and exits.
=item C<--version>
Prints out the version number of Configure.pl and exits.
=item C<--verbose>
Tells Configure.pl to output extra information about the configuration data it
is setting.
=item C<--verbose=2>
Tells Configure.pl to output information about i<every> setting added or
changed.
=item C<--verbose-step={N|regex}>
Run C<--verbose=2> for step number C<N> or matching description.
=item C<--nomanicheck>
Tells Configure.pl not to run the MANIFEST check.
=item C<--prefix>
Sets the location where parrot will be installed.
=item C<--step==>
execute a single configure step
=item C<--ask>
This turns on the user prompts.
=back
Compile Options
=over
=item C<--debugging=0>
Debugging is turned on by default. Use this to disable it.
=item C<--parrot_is_shared>
Link parrot dynamically.
=item C<--m=32>
Create a 32-bit executable on 64-architectures like x86_64. This
option appends -m32 to compiler and linker programs and does
s/lib64/lib/g on link flags.
This option is experimental. See F<config/init/defaults.pm> for more.
=item C<--profile>
Turn on profiled compile (gcc only for now)
=item C<--cage>
[CAGE] compile includes many additional warnings
=item C<--optimize>
Add perl5's $Config{optimize} to the compiler flags.
=item C<--optimize=flags>
Add C<flags> to the compiler flags.
=item C<--inline>
Tell Configure that the compiler supports C<inline>.
=item C<--cc=(compiler)>
Specify which compiler to use.
=item C<--ccflags=(flags)>
Use the given compiler flags.
=item C<--ccwarn=(flags)>
Use the given compiler warning flags.
=item C<--cxx=(compiler)>
Specify which C++ compiler to use (for ICU).
=item C<--libs=(libs)>
Use the given libraries.
=item C<--link=(linker)>
Specify which linker to use.
=item C<--linkflags=(flags)>
Use the given linker flags
=item C<--ld=(linker)>
Specify which loader to use for shared libraries.
=item C<--ldflags=(flags)>
Use the given loader flags for shared libraries
=item C<--lex=(lexer)>
Specify which lexer to use.
=item C<--flex_required=X.Y.Z>
Override the minimum acceptable flex version.
=item C<--yacc=(parser)>
Specify which parser to use.
=item C<--bison_required=X.Y>
Override the minimum acceptable bison version.
=item C<--define=val1[,val2]>
Generate "#define PARROT_DEF_VAL1 1" ... entries in has_header.h. Currently
needed to use inet_aton for systems that lack inet_pton:
--define=inet_aton
=back
Parrot Options
=over
=item C<--intval=(type)>
Use the given type for C<INTVAL>.
=item C<--floatval=(type)>
Use the given type for C<FLOATVAL>.
=item C<--opcode=(type)>
Use the given type for opcodes.
=item C<--ops=(files)>
Use the given ops files.
=item C<--pmc=(files)>
Use the given PMC files.
=item C<--cgoto=0>
Don't build cgoto core. This is recommended when you are short of memory.
=item C<--jitcapable>
Use JIT system.
=item C<--execcapable>
Use JIT to emit a native executable.
=item C<--gc=(type)>
Determine the type of garbage collection. The value for C<type> should be one
of: C<gc>, C<libc>, C<malloc> or C<malloc-trace>. The default is C<gc>.
=back
International Components For Unicode (ICU) Options
=over
=item C<--icu-config=/path/to/icu-config>
Use the specified icu-config script to determine the necessary ICU options.
Use --icu-config=none to disable the autodetect feature. Parrot will then be
build without ICU.
B<Note:> If you specify another ICU option than --icu-config, the autodetection
functionality will be disabled.
=item C<--icushared=(linkeroption)>
Linker command to link against ICU library.
E.g.
--icushared='-L /opt/openoffice/program -licudata -licuuc'
(The libs in openoffice are actually version 2.2 and do not work)
=item C<--icuheaders=(header_dir)>
Location of ICU header files without the /unicode suffix.
E.g.
--icuheaders='/home/lt/icu/'
=back
Other Options
=over
=item C<--maintainer>
Use this option if you want imcc's parser and lexer files to be generated.
Needs a working parser and lexer.
=item C<--miniparrot>
Build parrot assuming only pure ANSI C is available.
=back
=head1 SEE ALSO
F<config/init/data.pl>, F<lib/Parrot/Configure/RunSteps.pm>,
F<lib/Parrot/Configure/Step.pm>, F<docs/configuration.pod>
=cut
use 5.006_001;
use strict;
use warnings;
use lib 'lib';
use English qw( -no_match_vars );
use Parrot::BuildUtil;
use Parrot::Configure;
# These globals are accessed in config/init/defaults.pm
our $parrot_version = Parrot::BuildUtil::parrot_version();
our @parrot_version = Parrot::BuildUtil::parrot_version();
$OUTPUT_AUTOFLUSH = 1;
# Install Option text was taken from:
#
# autoconf (GNU Autoconf) 2.59
# Written by David J. MacKenzie and Akim Demaille.
#
# Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
# warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
# Installation directories:
# Handle options
my @valid_opts = qw(ask bindir cage cc ccflags ccwarn cgoto cxx datadir
debugging define exec-prefix execcapable floatval gc help icu-config
icudatadir icuheaders icushared includedir infodir inline intval
jitcapable ld ldflags lex libdir libexecdir libs link linkflags
localstatedir m maintainer mandir miniparrot nomanicheck oldincludedir
opcode ops optimize parrot_is_shared pmc prefix profile sbindir
sharedstatedir step sysconfdir verbose verbose-step=N version without-gdbm
without-gmp without-icu yacc);
my %args;
for (@ARGV) {
my ( $key, $value ) = m/--([-\w]+)(?:=(.*))?/;
$key = 'help' unless defined $key;
$value = 1 unless defined $value;
unless ( grep $key eq $_, @valid_opts ) {
die qq/Invalid option $key. See "perl Configure.pl --help" for valid options\n/;
}
for ($key) {
m/version/ && do {
my $svnid =
'$Id$';
print <<"END";
Parrot Version $parrot_version Configure 2.0
$svnid
END
exit;
};
m/help/ && do {
print <<"EOT";
$0 - Parrot Configure 2.0
General Options:
--help Show this text
--version Show version information
--verbose Output extra information
--verbose=2 Output every setting change
--verbose-step=N Set verbose for step N only
--verbose-step=regex Set verbose for step matching description
--nomanicheck Don't check the MANIFEST
--step=(gen::languages)
Execute a single configure step
--ask Have Configure ask for commonly-changed info
Compile Options:
--debugging=0 Disable debugging, default = 1
--inline Compiler supports inline
--optimize Optimized compile
--optimize=flags Add given optimizer flags
--parrot_is_shared Link parrot dynamically
--m=32 Build 32bit executable on 64-bit architecture.
--profile Turn on profiled compile (gcc only for now)
--cage [CAGE] compile includes many additional warnings
--cc=(compiler) Use the given compiler
--ccflags=(flags) Use the given compiler flags
--ccwarn=(flags) Use the given compiler warning flags
--cxx=(compiler) Use the given C++ compiler
--libs=(libs) Use the given libraries
--link=(linker) Use the given linker
--linkflags=(flags) Use the given linker flags
--ld=(linker) Use the given loader for shared libraries
--ldflags=(flags) Use the given loader flags for shared libraries
--lex=(lexer) Use the given lexical analyzer generator
--yacc=(parser) Use the given parser generator
--define=inet_aton Quick hack to use inet_aton instead of inet_pton
Parrot Options:
--intval=(type) Use the given type for INTVAL
--floatval=(type) Use the given type for FLOATVAL
--opcode=(type) Use the given type for opcodes
--ops=(files) Use the given ops files
--pmc=(files) Use the given PMC files
--cgoto=0 Don't build cgoto core - recommended when short of mem
--jitcapable Use JIT
--execcapable Use JIT to emit a native executable
--gc=(type) Determine the type of garbage collection
type=(gc|libc|malloc|malloc-trace) default is gc
External Library Options:
--without-gmp Build parrot without GMP support
--without-gdbm Build parrot without GDBM support
ICU Options:
For using a system ICU, these options can be used:
--icu-config=/path/to/icu-config
Location of the script used for ICU autodetection.
You just need to specify this option if icu-config
is not in you PATH.
--icu-config=none can be used to disable the autodetection feature.
It will also be disabled if you specify any other
of the following ICU options.
If you do not have a full ICU installation:
--without-icu Build parrot without ICU support
--icuheaders=(path) Location of ICU headers without /unicode
--icushared=(flags) Full linker command to create shared libraries
--icudatadir=(path) Directory to locate ICU's data file(s)
Other Options (may not be implemented):
--maintainer Create imcc's parser and lexer files. Needs a working
parser and lexer.
--miniparrot Build parrot assuming only pure ANSI C is available
Install Options:
--prefix=PREFIX install architecture-independent files in PREFIX
[/usr/local]
--exec-prefix=EPREFIX install architecture-dependent files in EPREFIX
[PREFIX]
By default, `make install' will install all the files in
`/usr/local/bin', `/usr/local/lib' etc. You can specify
an installation prefix other than `/usr/local' using `--prefix',
for instance `--prefix=\$HOME'.
For better control, use the options below.
Fine tuning of the installation directories:
--bindir=DIR user executables [EPREFIX/bin]
--sbindir=DIR system admin executables [EPREFIX/sbin]
--libexecdir=DIR program executables [EPREFIX/libexec]
--datadir=DIR read-only architecture-independent data [PREFIX/share]
--sysconfdir=DIR read-only single-machine data [PREFIX/etc]
--sharedstatedir=DIR modifiable architecture-independent data [PREFIX/com]
--localstatedir=DIR modifiable single-machine data [PREFIX/var]
--libdir=DIR object code libraries [EPREFIX/lib]
--includedir=DIR C header files [PREFIX/include]
--oldincludedir=DIR C header files for non-gcc [/usr/include]
--infodir=DIR info documentation [PREFIX/info]
--mandir=DIR man documentation [PREFIX/man]
EOT
exit;
};
$args{$key} = $value;
}
}
$args{debugging} = 1 unless ( ( exists $args{debugging} ) && !$args{debugging} );
$args{maintainer} = 1 if defined $args{lex} or defined $args{yacc};
print <<"END";
Parrot Version $parrot_version Configure 2.0
Copyright (C) 2001-2007, The Perl Foundation.
Hello, I'm Configure. My job is to poke and prod your system to figure out
how to build Parrot. The process is completely automated, unless you passed in
the `--ask' flag on the command line, in which case it'll prompt you for a few
pieces of info.
Since you're running this program, you obviously have Perl 5--I'll be pulling
some defaults from its configuration.
END
# EDIT HERE TO ADD NEW TESTS
my @steps = qw(
init::manifest
init::defaults
init::install
init::miniparrot
inter::progs
init::hints
init::headers
inter::make
inter::lex
inter::yacc
auto::gcc
auto::msvc
init::optimize
inter::shlibs
inter::libparrot
inter::charset
inter::encoding
inter::types
inter::ops
inter::pmc
auto::alignptrs
auto::headers
auto::sizes
auto::byteorder
auto::va_ptr
auto::pack
auto::format
auto::isreg
auto::jit
gen::cpu
auto::funcptr
auto::cgoto
auto::inline
auto::gc
auto::memalign
auto::signal
auto::socklen_t
auto::env
auto::aio
auto::gmp
auto::readline
auto::gdbm
auto::snprintf
auto::perldoc
auto::python
auto::bc
auto::m4
auto::cpu
gen::icu
gen::revision
gen::config_h
gen::core_pmcs
gen::parrot_include
gen::languages
gen::makefiles
gen::platform
gen::config_pm
);
my $conf = Parrot::Configure->new;
{
# RT#41201 $Parrot::Configure::Step::conf is a temporary hack
no warnings qw(once);
$Parrot::Configure::Step::conf = $conf;
}
$conf->add_steps(@steps);
$conf->options->set(%args);
if ( exists $args{step} ) {
$conf->data()->slurp();
$conf->runstep( $args{step} );
print "\n";
exit(0);
}
else {
# Run the actual steps
$conf->runsteps or exit(1);
}
# tell users what to do next
my $make = $conf->data->get('make');
print <<"END";
Okay, we're done!
You can now use `$make' to build your Parrot.
(NOTE: do not use `$make -j <n>'!)
After that, you can use `$make test' to run the test suite.
Happy Hacking,
The Parrot Team
END
exit(0);
# Local Variables:
# mode: cperl
# cperl-indent-level: 4
# fill-column: 100
# End:
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