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Paul Dreik
Paul Dreik committed Oct 28, 2018
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@@ -40,172 +40,170 @@ rootdir=$(dirname $0)
ASSERT=
###############################################################################
start_from_scratch() {
cd $rootdir
if [ -e Makefile ] ; then
make distclean >/dev/null 2>&1
fi
cd $rootdir
if [ -e Makefile ] ; then
make distclean >/dev/null 2>&1
fi
}
###############################################################################
#argument 1 is the compiler
#argument 2 is the c++ standard
#argument 3 (optional) is appended to CXXFLAGS
compile_and_test_standard() {
start_from_scratch
/bin/echo -n "using $(basename $1) with standard $2"
if [ -n "$3" ] ; then
echo " (with additional CXXFLAGS $3)"
else
echo ""
fi
start_from_scratch
/bin/echo -n "using $(basename $1) with standard $2"
if [ -n "$3" ] ; then
echo " (with additional CXXFLAGS $3)"
else
echo ""
fi
if ! ./bootstrap.sh >bootstrap.log 2>&1; then
echo failed bootstrap - see bootstrap.log
exit 1
fi
if ! ./configure $ASSERT --enable-warnings CXX=$1 CXXFLAGS="-std=$2 $3" >configure.log 2>&1 ; then
echo failed configure - see configure.log
exit 1
fi
#make sure it compiles
if ! /usr/bin/time --format=%e --output=time.log make >make.log 2>&1; then
echo failed make
exit 1
fi
if [ ! -z $MEASURE_COMPILE_TIME ] ; then
echo " compile with $(basename $1) $2 took $(cat time.log) seconds"
fi
#check for warnings
if grep -q "warning" make.log; then
echo found warning - see make.log
exit 1
fi
#run the tests
if ! make check >makecheck.log 2>&1 ; then
echo failed make check - see makecheck.log
exit 1
fi
if ! ./bootstrap.sh >bootstrap.log 2>&1; then
echo failed bootstrap - see bootstrap.log
exit 1
fi
if ! ./configure $ASSERT --enable-warnings CXX=$1 CXXFLAGS="-std=$2 $3" >configure.log 2>&1 ; then
echo failed configure - see configure.log
exit 1
fi
#make sure it compiles
if ! /usr/bin/time --format=%e --output=time.log make >make.log 2>&1; then
echo failed make
exit 1
fi
if [ ! -z $MEASURE_COMPILE_TIME ] ; then
echo " compile with $(basename $1) $2 took $(cat time.log) seconds"
fi
#check for warnings
if grep -q "warning" make.log; then
echo found warning - see make.log
exit 1
fi
#run the tests
if ! make check >makecheck.log 2>&1 ; then
echo failed make check - see makecheck.log
exit 1
fi
}
###############################################################################
#argument 1 is the compiler
compile_and_test() {
#this is the test program to compile, so we know the compiler and standard lib
#works. clang 4 with c++2a does not.
/bin/echo -e "#include <iostream>">x.cpp
#does the compiler understand c++11? That is mandatory.
if ! $1 -c x.cpp -std=c++11 >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
echo this compiler $1 does not understand c++11
return 0
fi
#this is the test program to compile, so we know the compiler and standard lib
#works. clang 4 with c++2a does not.
/bin/echo -e "#include <iostream>">x.cpp
#does the compiler understand c++11? That is mandatory.
if ! $1 -c x.cpp -std=c++11 >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
echo this compiler $1 does not understand c++11
return 0
fi
#loop over all standard flags>=11 and try those which work.
#use the code words.
for std in 11 1y 1z 2a ; do
if ! $1 -c x.cpp -std=c++$std >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
echo compiler does not understand c++$std, skipping this combination.
else
# debug build
ASSERT=--enable-assert
compile_and_test_standard $1 c++$std "-Og"
#loop over all standard flags>=11 and try those which work.
#use the code words.
for std in 11 1y 1z 2a ; do
if ! $1 -c x.cpp -std=c++$std >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
echo compiler does not understand c++$std, skipping this combination.
else
# debug build
ASSERT=--enable-assert
compile_and_test_standard $1 c++$std "-Og"
# release build
ASSERT=--disable-assert
compile_and_test_standard $1 c++$std "-O2"
compile_and_test_standard $1 c++$std "-O3"
compile_and_test_standard $1 c++$std "-Os"
fi
done
# release build
ASSERT=--disable-assert
compile_and_test_standard $1 c++$std "-O2"
compile_and_test_standard $1 c++$std "-O3"
compile_and_test_standard $1 c++$std "-Os"
fi
done
}
###############################################################################
run_with_sanitizer() {
echo "running with sanitizer (options $1)"
#find the latest clang compiler
latestclang=$(ls $(which clang++)* |grep -v libc |sort -g |tail -n1)
if [ ! -x $latestclang ] ; then
echo could not find latest clang $latestclang
return 0
fi
echo "running with sanitizer (options $1)"
#find the latest clang compiler
latestclang=$(ls $(which clang++)* |grep -v libc |sort -g |tail -n1)
if [ ! -x $latestclang ] ; then
echo could not find latest clang $latestclang
return 0
fi
start_from_scratch
./bootstrap.sh >bootstrap.log
./configure $ASSERT CXX=$latestclang CXXFLAGS="-std=c++1y $1" >configure.log
make > make.log 2>&1
export UBSAN_OPTIONS="halt_on_error=true exitcode=1"
export ASAN_OPTIONS="halt_on_error=true exitcode=1"
make check >make-check.log 2>&1
unset UBSAN_OPTIONS
unset ASAN_OPTIONS
start_from_scratch
./bootstrap.sh >bootstrap.log
./configure $ASSERT CXX=$latestclang CXXFLAGS="-std=c++1y $1" >configure.log
make > make.log 2>&1
export UBSAN_OPTIONS="halt_on_error=true exitcode=1"
export ASAN_OPTIONS="halt_on_error=true exitcode=1"
make check >make-check.log 2>&1
unset UBSAN_OPTIONS
unset ASAN_OPTIONS
}
###############################################################################
#This tries to mimick how the debian package is built
run_with_debian_buildflags() {
echo "running with buildflags from debian dpkg-buildflags"
if ! which dpkg-buildflags >/dev/null ; then
echo dpkg-buildflags not found - skipping
return 0
fi
start_from_scratch
./bootstrap.sh >bootstrap.log
eval $(DEB_BUILD_MAINT_OPTIONS="hardening=+all qa=+all,-canary reproducible=+all" dpkg-buildflags --export=sh)
./configure >configure.log
make > make.log 2>&1
#check for warnings
if grep -q "warning" make.log; then
echo "found warning(s) - see make.log"
exit 1
fi
make check >make-check.log 2>&1
echo "running with buildflags from debian dpkg-buildflags"
if ! which dpkg-buildflags >/dev/null ; then
echo dpkg-buildflags not found - skipping
return 0
fi
start_from_scratch
./bootstrap.sh >bootstrap.log
eval $(DEB_BUILD_MAINT_OPTIONS="hardening=+all qa=+all,-canary reproducible=+all" dpkg-buildflags --export=sh)
./configure >configure.log
make > make.log 2>&1
#check for warnings
if grep -q "warning" make.log; then
echo "found warning(s) - see make.log"
exit 1
fi
make check >make-check.log 2>&1
#restore the build environment
for flag in $(dpkg-buildflags |cut -f1 -d=) ; do
unset $flag
done
#restore the build environment
for flag in $(dpkg-buildflags |cut -f1 -d=) ; do
unset $flag
done
}
###############################################################################
run_with_libcpp() {
latestclang=$(ls $(which clang++)* |grep -v libc|sort -g |tail -n1)
if [ ! -x $latestclang ] ; then
echo could not find latest clang - skipping test with libc++
return 0
fi
#make a test program to make sure it works.
echo "#include <iostream>
int main() { std::cout<<\"libc++ works!\";}" >x.cpp
if ! $latestclang -std=c++11 -stdlib=libc++ -lc++abi x.cpp >/dev/null 2>&1 && [ -x ./a.out ] && ./a.out ; then
echo "$latestclang could not compile with libc++ - perhaps uninstalled."
return 0
fi
#echo using $latestclang with libc++
compile_and_test_standard $latestclang c++11 "-stdlib=libc++ -D_LIBCPP_DEBUG=1"
latestclang=$(ls $(which clang++)* |grep -v libc|sort -g |tail -n1)
if [ ! -x $latestclang ] ; then
echo could not find latest clang - skipping test with libc++
return 0
fi
#make a test program to make sure it works.
echo "#include <iostream>
int main() { std::cout<<\"libc++ works!\";}" >x.cpp
if ! $latestclang -std=c++11 -stdlib=libc++ -lc++abi x.cpp >/dev/null 2>&1 && [ -x ./a.out ] && ./a.out ; then
echo "$latestclang could not compile with libc++ - perhaps uninstalled."
return 0
fi
#echo using $latestclang with libc++
compile_and_test_standard $latestclang c++11 "-stdlib=libc++ -D_LIBCPP_DEBUG=1"
}
###############################################################################
verify_packaging() {
#make sure the packaging works as intended.
echo "trying to make a tar ball for release and building it..."
log="$(pwd)/packagetest.log"
./bootstrap.sh >$log
./configure >>$log
#make sure the packaging works as intended.
echo "trying to make a tar ball for release and building it..."
log="$(pwd)/packagetest.log"
./bootstrap.sh >$log
./configure >>$log
touch dummy
make dist >>$log
TARGZ=$(find "$(pwd)" -newer dummy -name "rdfind*gz" -type f |head -n1)
temp=$(mktemp -d)
cp "$TARGZ" "$temp"
cd "$temp"
tar xzf $(basename "$TARGZ") >>$log
cd $(basename "$TARGZ" .tar.gz)
./configure --prefix=$temp >>$log
make >>$log
make check >>$log
make install >>$log
$temp/bin/rdfind --version >>$log
#coming here means all went fine, go back to the source dir.
cd $(dirname "$TARGZ")
rm -rf "$temp"
touch dummy
make dist >>$log
TARGZ=$(find "$(pwd)" -newer dummy -name "rdfind*gz" -type f |head -n1)
temp=$(mktemp -d)
cp "$TARGZ" "$temp"
cd "$temp"
tar xzf $(basename "$TARGZ") >>$log
cd $(basename "$TARGZ" .tar.gz)
./configure --prefix=$temp >>$log
make >>$log
make check >>$log
make install >>$log
$temp/bin/rdfind --version >>$log
#coming here means all went fine, go back to the source dir.
cd $(dirname "$TARGZ")
rm -rf "$temp"
}
###############################################################################
@@ -217,11 +215,11 @@ if which g++ >/dev/null ; then
for COMPILER in $(ls $(which g++)* |grep -v libc); do
inode=$(stat --dereference --format=%i $COMPILER)
if grep -q "^$inode\$" inodes_for_tested_compilers.txt ; then
echo skipping this compiler $COMPILER - already tested
echo skipping this compiler $COMPILER - already tested
else
#echo trying gcc $GCC:$($GCC --version|head -n1)
echo $inode >>inodes_for_tested_compilers.txt
compile_and_test $COMPILER
echo $inode >>inodes_for_tested_compilers.txt
compile_and_test $COMPILER
fi
done
fi
@@ -231,11 +229,11 @@ if which clang++ >/dev/null ; then
for COMPILER in $(ls $(which clang++)* |grep -v libc); do
inode=$(stat --dereference --format=%i $COMPILER)
if grep -q "^$inode\$" inodes_for_tested_compilers.txt ; then
echo skipping this compiler $COMPILER - already tested
echo skipping this compiler $COMPILER - already tested
else
#echo trying gcc $GCC:$($GCC --version|head -n1)
echo $inode >>inodes_for_tested_compilers.txt
compile_and_test $COMPILER
echo $inode >>inodes_for_tested_compilers.txt
compile_and_test $COMPILER
fi
done
fi

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