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#!/bin/sh
msg() {
echo "configure: $*"
}
step_msg() {
msg
msg "$1"
msg
}
warn() {
echo "configure: WARNING: $1"
}
err() {
echo "configure: error: $1"
exit 1
}
run() {
msg "$@"
"$@"
}
need_ok() {
if [ $? -ne 0 ]
then
err "$1"
fi
}
need_cmd() {
if command -v $1 >/dev/null 2>&1
then msg "found program '$1'"
else err "program '$1' is missing, please install it"
fi
}
make_dir() {
if [ ! -d $1 ]
then
run mkdir -p $1
fi
}
copy_if_changed() {
if cmp -s $1 $2
then
msg "leaving $2 unchanged"
else
run cp -f $1 $2
chmod u-w $2 # make copied artifact read-only
fi
}
move_if_changed() {
if cmp -s $1 $2
then
msg "leaving $2 unchanged"
else
run mv -f $1 $2
chmod u-w $2 # make moved artifact read-only
fi
}
putvar() {
local T
eval T=\$$1
eval TLEN=\${#$1}
if [ $TLEN -gt 35 ]
then
printf "configure: %-20s := %.35s ...\n" $1 "$T"
else
printf "configure: %-20s := %s %s\n" $1 "$T" "$2"
fi
printf "%-20s := %s\n" $1 "$T" >>config.tmp
}
putpathvar() {
local T
eval T=\$$1
eval TLEN=\${#$1}
if [ $TLEN -gt 35 ]
then
printf "configure: %-20s := %.35s ...\n" $1 "$T"
else
printf "configure: %-20s := %s %s\n" $1 "$T" "$2"
fi
if [ -z "$T" ]
then
printf "%-20s := \n" $1 >>config.tmp
else
printf "%-20s := \"%s\"\n" $1 "$T" >>config.tmp
fi
}
probe() {
local V=$1
shift
local P
local T
for P
do
T=$(command -v $P 2>&1)
if [ $? -eq 0 ]
then
VER0=$($P --version 2>/dev/null \
| grep -o '[vV]\?[0-9][0-9.][a-z0-9.-]*' | head -1 )
if [ $? -eq 0 -a "x${VER0}" != "x" ]
then
VER="($VER0)"
else
VER=""
fi
break
else
VER=""
T=""
fi
done
eval $V=\$T
putpathvar $V "$VER"
}
probe_need() {
local V=$1
probe $*
eval VV=\$$V
if [ -z "$VV" ]
then
err "needed, but unable to find any of: $*"
fi
}
validate_opt () {
for arg in $CFG_CONFIGURE_ARGS
do
isArgValid=0
for option in $BOOL_OPTIONS
do
if test --disable-$option = $arg
then
isArgValid=1
fi
if test --enable-$option = $arg
then
isArgValid=1
fi
done
for option in $VAL_OPTIONS
do
if echo "$arg" | grep -q -- "--$option="
then
isArgValid=1
fi
done
if [ "$arg" = "--help" ]
then
echo
echo "No more help available for Configure options,"
echo "check the Wiki or join our IRC channel"
break
else
if test $isArgValid -eq 0
then
err "Option '$arg' is not recognized"
fi
fi
done
}
# `valopt OPTION_NAME DEFAULT DOC` extracts a string-valued option
# from command line, using provided default value for the option if
# not present, and saves it to the generated config.mk.
#
# `valopt_nosave` is much the same, except that it does not save the
# result to config.mk (instead the script should use `putvar` itself
# later on to save it). `valopt_core` is the core upon which the
# other two are built.
valopt_core() {
VAL_OPTIONS="$VAL_OPTIONS $2"
local SAVE=$1
local OP=$2
local DEFAULT=$3
shift
shift
shift
local DOC="$*"
if [ $HELP -eq 0 ]
then
local UOP=$(echo $OP | tr '[:lower:]' '[:upper:]' | tr '\-' '\_')
local V="CFG_${UOP}"
local V_PROVIDED="${V}_PROVIDED"
eval $V="$DEFAULT"
for arg in $CFG_CONFIGURE_ARGS
do
if echo "$arg" | grep -q -- "--$OP="
then
val=$(echo "$arg" | cut -f2 -d=)
eval $V=$val
eval $V_PROVIDED=1
fi
done
if [ "$SAVE" = "save" ]
then
putvar $V
fi
else
if [ -z "$DEFAULT" ]
then
DEFAULT="<none>"
fi
OP="${OP}=[${DEFAULT}]"
printf " --%-30s %s\n" "$OP" "$DOC"
fi
}
valopt_nosave() {
valopt_core nosave "$@"
}
valopt() {
valopt_core save "$@"
}
# `opt OPTION_NAME DEFAULT DOC` extracts a boolean-valued option from
# command line, using the provided default value (0/1) for the option
# if not present, and saves it to the generated config.mk.
#
# `opt_nosave` is much the same, except that it does not save the
# result to config.mk (instead the script should use `putvar` itself
# later on to save it). `opt_core` is the core upon which the other
# two are built.
opt_core() {
BOOL_OPTIONS="$BOOL_OPTIONS $2"
local SAVE=$1
local OP=$2
local DEFAULT=$3
shift
shift
shift
local DOC="$*"
local FLAG=""
if [ $DEFAULT -eq 0 ]
then
FLAG="enable"
DEFAULT_FLAG="disable"
else
FLAG="disable"
DEFAULT_FLAG="enable"
DOC="don't $DOC"
fi
if [ $HELP -eq 0 ]
then
for arg in $CFG_CONFIGURE_ARGS
do
if [ "$arg" = "--${FLAG}-${OP}" ]
then
OP=$(echo $OP | tr 'a-z-' 'A-Z_')
FLAG=$(echo $FLAG | tr 'a-z' 'A-Z')
local V="CFG_${FLAG}_${OP}"
local V_PROVIDED="CFG_${FLAG}_${OP}_PROVIDED"
eval $V=1
eval $V_PROVIDED=1
if [ "$SAVE" = "save" ]
then
putvar $V
fi
elif [ "$arg" = "--${DEFAULT_FLAG}-${OP}" ]
then
OP=$(echo $OP | tr 'a-z-' 'A-Z_')
DEFAULT_FLAG=$(echo $DEFAULT_FLAG | tr 'a-z' 'A-Z')
local V_PROVIDED="CFG_${DEFAULT_FLAG}_${OP}_PROVIDED"
eval $V_PROVIDED=1
fi
done
else
if [ -n "$META" ]
then
OP="$OP=<$META>"
fi
printf " --%-30s %s\n" "$FLAG-$OP" "$DOC"
fi
}
opt_nosave() {
opt_core nosave "$@"
}
opt() {
opt_core save "$@"
}
envopt() {
local NAME=$1
local V="CFG_${NAME}"
eval VV=\$$V
# If configure didn't set a value already, then check environment.
#
# (It is recommended that the configure script always check the
# environment before setting any values to envopt variables; see
# e.g. how CFG_CC is handled, where it first checks `-z "$CC"`,
# and issues msg if it ends up employing that provided value.)
if [ -z "$VV" ]
then
eval $V=\$$NAME
eval VV=\$$V
fi
# If script or environment provided a value, save it.
if [ -n "$VV" ]
then
putvar $V
fi
}
enable_if_not_disabled() {
local OP=$1
local UOP=$(echo $OP | tr '[:lower:]' '[:upper:]' | tr '\-' '\_')
local ENAB_V="CFG_ENABLE_$UOP"
local EXPLICITLY_DISABLED="CFG_DISABLE_${UOP}_PROVIDED"
eval VV=\$$EXPLICITLY_DISABLED
if [ -z "$VV" ]; then
eval $ENAB_V=1
fi
}
to_llvm_triple() {
case $1 in
i686-w64-mingw32) echo i686-pc-windows-gnu ;;
x86_64-w64-mingw32) echo x86_64-pc-windows-gnu ;;
*) echo $1 ;;
esac
}
to_gnu_triple() {
case $1 in
i686-pc-windows-gnu) echo i686-w64-mingw32 ;;
x86_64-pc-windows-gnu) echo x86_64-w64-mingw32 ;;
*) echo $1 ;;
esac
}
# Prints the absolute path of a directory to stdout
abs_path() {
local _path="$1"
# Unset CDPATH because it causes havok: it makes the destination unpredictable
# and triggers 'cd' to print the path to stdout. Route `cd`'s output to /dev/null
# for good measure.
(unset CDPATH && cd "$_path" > /dev/null && pwd)
}
msg "looking for configure programs"
need_cmd cmp
need_cmd mkdir
need_cmd printf
need_cmd cut
need_cmd head
need_cmd grep
need_cmd xargs
need_cmd cp
need_cmd find
need_cmd uname
need_cmd date
need_cmd tr
need_cmd sed
need_cmd file
need_cmd make
msg "inspecting environment"
CFG_OSTYPE=$(uname -s)
CFG_CPUTYPE=$(uname -m)
if [ $CFG_OSTYPE = Darwin -a $CFG_CPUTYPE = i386 ]
then
# Darwin's `uname -s` lies and always returns i386. We have to use sysctl
# instead.
if sysctl hw.optional.x86_64 | grep -q ': 1'
then
CFG_CPUTYPE=x86_64
fi
fi
# The goal here is to come up with the same triple as LLVM would,
# at least for the subset of platforms we're willing to target.
case $CFG_OSTYPE in
Linux)
CFG_OSTYPE=unknown-linux-gnu
;;
FreeBSD)
CFG_OSTYPE=unknown-freebsd
;;
DragonFly)
CFG_OSTYPE=unknown-dragonfly
;;
Bitrig)
CFG_OSTYPE=unknown-bitrig
;;
OpenBSD)
CFG_OSTYPE=unknown-openbsd
;;
NetBSD)
CFG_OSTYPE=unknown-netbsd
;;
Darwin)
CFG_OSTYPE=apple-darwin
;;
MINGW*)
# msys' `uname` does not print gcc configuration, but prints msys
# configuration. so we cannot believe `uname -m`:
# msys1 is always i686 and msys2 is always x86_64.
# instead, msys defines $MSYSTEM which is MINGW32 on i686 and
# MINGW64 on x86_64.
CFG_CPUTYPE=i686
CFG_OSTYPE=pc-windows-gnu
if [ "$MSYSTEM" = MINGW64 ]
then
CFG_CPUTYPE=x86_64
fi
;;
MSYS*)
CFG_OSTYPE=pc-windows-gnu
;;
# Thad's Cygwin identifiers below
# Vista 32 bit
CYGWIN_NT-6.0)
CFG_OSTYPE=pc-windows-gnu
CFG_CPUTYPE=i686
;;
# Vista 64 bit
CYGWIN_NT-6.0-WOW64)
CFG_OSTYPE=pc-windows-gnu
CFG_CPUTYPE=x86_64
;;
# Win 7 32 bit
CYGWIN_NT-6.1)
CFG_OSTYPE=pc-windows-gnu
CFG_CPUTYPE=i686
;;
# Win 7 64 bit
CYGWIN_NT-6.1-WOW64)
CFG_OSTYPE=pc-windows-gnu
CFG_CPUTYPE=x86_64
;;
# Win 8 # uname -s on 64-bit cygwin does not contain WOW64, so simply use uname -m to detect arch (works in my install)
CYGWIN_NT-6.3)
CFG_OSTYPE=pc-windows-gnu
;;
# We do not detect other OS such as XP/2003 using 64 bit using uname.
# If we want to in the future, we will need to use Cygwin - Chuck's csih helper in /usr/lib/csih/winProductName.exe or alternative.
*)
err "unknown OS type: $CFG_OSTYPE"
;;
esac
case $CFG_CPUTYPE in
i386 | i486 | i686 | i786 | x86)
CFG_CPUTYPE=i686
;;
xscale | arm)
CFG_CPUTYPE=arm
;;
armv7l)
CFG_CPUTYPE=arm
CFG_OSTYPE="${CFG_OSTYPE}eabihf"
;;
aarch64)
CFG_CPUTYPE=aarch64
;;
# At some point, when ppc64[le] support happens, this will need to do
# something clever. For now it's safe to assume that we're only ever
# interested in building 32 bit.
powerpc | ppc | ppc64)
CFG_CPUTYPE=powerpc
;;
x86_64 | x86-64 | x64 | amd64)
CFG_CPUTYPE=x86_64
;;
*)
err "unknown CPU type: $CFG_CPUTYPE"
esac
# Detect 64 bit linux systems with 32 bit userland and force 32 bit compilation
if [ $CFG_OSTYPE = unknown-linux-gnu -a $CFG_CPUTYPE = x86_64 ]
then
# $SHELL does not exist in standard 'sh', so probably only exists
# if configure is running in an interactive bash shell. /usr/bin/env
# exists *everywhere*.
BIN_TO_PROBE="$SHELL"
if [ -z "$BIN_TO_PROBE" -a -e "/usr/bin/env" ]; then
BIN_TO_PROBE="/usr/bin/env"
fi
if [ -n "$BIN_TO_PROBE" ]; then
file -L "$BIN_TO_PROBE" | grep -q "x86[_-]64"
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
CFG_CPUTYPE=i686
fi
fi
fi
DEFAULT_BUILD="${CFG_CPUTYPE}-${CFG_OSTYPE}"
CFG_SRC_DIR="$(abs_path $(dirname $0))/"
CFG_SRC_DIR_RELATIVE="$(dirname $0)/"
CFG_BUILD_DIR="$(pwd)/"
CFG_SELF="$0"
CFG_CONFIGURE_ARGS="$@"
OPTIONS=""
HELP=0
if [ "$1" = "--help" ]
then
HELP=1
shift
echo
echo "Usage: $CFG_SELF [options]"
echo
echo "Options:"
echo
else
msg "recreating config.tmp"
echo '' >config.tmp
step_msg "processing $CFG_SELF args"
fi
BOOL_OPTIONS=""
VAL_OPTIONS=""
opt debug 0 "debug mode; disables optimization unless \`--enable-optimize\` given"
opt valgrind 0 "run tests with valgrind (memcheck by default)"
opt helgrind 0 "run tests with helgrind instead of memcheck"
opt valgrind-rpass 1 "run rpass-valgrind tests with valgrind"
opt docs 1 "build standard library documentation"
opt compiler-docs 0 "build compiler documentation"
opt optimize-tests 1 "build tests with optimizations"
opt debuginfo-tests 0 "build tests with debugger metadata"
opt libcpp 1 "build with llvm with libc++ instead of libstdc++ when using clang"
opt llvm-assertions 0 "build LLVM with assertions"
opt debug-assertions 0 "build with debugging assertions"
opt fast-make 0 "use .gitmodules as timestamp for submodule deps"
opt ccache 0 "invoke gcc/clang via ccache to reuse object files between builds"
opt local-rust 0 "use an installed rustc rather than downloading a snapshot"
opt llvm-static-stdcpp 0 "statically link to libstdc++ for LLVM"
opt rpath 0 "build rpaths into rustc itself"
opt stage0-landing-pads 1 "enable landing pads during bootstrap with stage0"
# This is used by the automation to produce single-target nightlies
opt dist-host-only 0 "only install bins for the host architecture"
opt inject-std-version 1 "inject the current compiler version of libstd into programs"
opt llvm-version-check 1 "check if the LLVM version is supported, build anyway"
# Optimization and debugging options. These may be overridden by the release channel, etc.
opt_nosave optimize 1 "build optimized rust code"
opt_nosave optimize-cxx 1 "build optimized C++ code"
opt_nosave optimize-llvm 1 "build optimized LLVM"
opt_nosave llvm-assertions 0 "build LLVM with assertions"
opt_nosave debug-assertions 0 "build with debugging assertions"
opt_nosave debuginfo 0 "build with debugger metadata"
opt_nosave debug-jemalloc 0 "build jemalloc with --enable-debug --enable-fill"
valopt localstatedir "/var/lib" "local state directory"
valopt sysconfdir "/etc" "install system configuration files"
valopt datadir "${CFG_PREFIX}/share" "install data"
valopt infodir "${CFG_PREFIX}/share/info" "install additional info"
valopt llvm-root "" "set LLVM root"
valopt python "" "set path to python"
valopt jemalloc-root "" "set directory where libjemalloc_pic.a is located"
valopt build "${DEFAULT_BUILD}" "GNUs ./configure syntax LLVM build triple"
valopt android-cross-path "/opt/ndk_standalone" "Android NDK standalone path (deprecated)"
valopt i686-linux-android-ndk "" "i686-linux-android NDK standalone path"
valopt arm-linux-androideabi-ndk "" "arm-linux-androideabi NDK standalone path"
valopt aarch64-linux-android-ndk "" "aarch64-linux-android NDK standalone path"
valopt release-channel "dev" "the name of the release channel to build"
valopt musl-root "/usr/local" "MUSL root installation directory"
# Used on systems where "cc" and "ar" are unavailable
valopt default-linker "cc" "the default linker"
valopt default-ar "ar" "the default ar"
# Many of these are saved below during the "writing configuration" step
# (others are conditionally saved).
opt_nosave manage-submodules 1 "let the build manage the git submodules"
opt_nosave clang 0 "prefer clang to gcc for building the runtime"
opt_nosave jemalloc 1 "build liballoc with jemalloc"
opt elf-tls 1 "elf thread local storage on platforms where supported"
valopt_nosave prefix "/usr/local" "set installation prefix"
valopt_nosave local-rust-root "/usr/local" "set prefix for local rust binary"
valopt_nosave host "${CFG_BUILD}" "GNUs ./configure syntax LLVM host triples"
valopt_nosave target "${CFG_HOST}" "GNUs ./configure syntax LLVM target triples"
valopt_nosave mandir "${CFG_PREFIX}/share/man" "install man pages in PATH"
# Temporarily support old triples until buildbots get updated
CFG_BUILD=$(to_llvm_triple $CFG_BUILD)
putvar CFG_BUILD # Yes, this creates a duplicate entry, but the last one wins.
CFG_HOST=$(to_llvm_triple $CFG_HOST)
CFG_TARGET=$(to_llvm_triple $CFG_TARGET)
# On Windows this determines root of the subtree for target libraries.
# Host runtime libs always go to 'bin'.
valopt libdir "${CFG_PREFIX}/lib" "install libraries"
case "$CFG_LIBDIR" in
"$CFG_PREFIX"/*) CAT_INC=2;;
"$CFG_PREFIX"*) CAT_INC=1;;
*)
err "libdir must begin with the prefix. Use --prefix to set it accordingly.";;
esac
CFG_LIBDIR_RELATIVE=`echo ${CFG_LIBDIR} | cut -c$((${#CFG_PREFIX}+${CAT_INC}))-`
if [ $HELP -eq 1 ]
then
echo
exit 0
fi
# Validate Options
step_msg "validating $CFG_SELF args"
validate_opt
# Validate the release channel, and configure options
case "$CFG_RELEASE_CHANNEL" in
nightly )
msg "overriding settings for $CFG_RELEASE_CHANNEL"
CFG_ENABLE_LLVM_ASSERTIONS=1
;;
dev | beta | stable)
;;
*)
err "release channel must be 'dev', 'nightly', 'beta' or 'stable'"
;;
esac
# Adjust perf and debug options for debug mode
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_DEBUG" ]; then
msg "debug mode enabled, setting performance options"
if [ -z "$CFG_ENABLE_OPTIMIZE_PROVIDED" ]; then
msg "optimization not explicitly enabled, disabling optimization"
CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE=1
CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE_CXX=1
fi
# Set following variables to 1 unless setting already provided
enable_if_not_disabled debug-assertions
enable_if_not_disabled debug-jemalloc
enable_if_not_disabled debuginfo
enable_if_not_disabled llvm-assertions
fi
# OK, now write the debugging options
if [ -n "$CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE" ]; then putvar CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE; fi
if [ -n "$CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE_CXX" ]; then putvar CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE_CXX; fi
if [ -n "$CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE_LLVM" ]; then putvar CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE_LLVM; fi
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_LLVM_ASSERTIONS" ]; then putvar CFG_ENABLE_LLVM_ASSERTIONS; fi
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_DEBUG_ASSERTIONS" ]; then putvar CFG_ENABLE_DEBUG_ASSERTIONS; fi
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_DEBUGINFO" ]; then putvar CFG_ENABLE_DEBUGINFO; fi
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_DEBUG_JEMALLOC" ]; then putvar CFG_ENABLE_DEBUG_JEMALLOC; fi
# A magic value that allows the compiler to use unstable features
# during the bootstrap even when doing so would normally be an error
# because of feature staging or because the build turns on
# warnings-as-errors and unstable features default to warnings. The
# build has to match this key in an env var. Meant to be a mild
# deterrent from users just turning on unstable features on the stable
# channel.
# Basing CFG_BOOTSTRAP_KEY on CFG_BOOTSTRAP_KEY lets it get picked up
# during a Makefile reconfig.
CFG_BOOTSTRAP_KEY="${CFG_BOOTSTRAP_KEY-`date +%H:%M:%S`}"
putvar CFG_BOOTSTRAP_KEY
step_msg "looking for build programs"
probe_need CFG_CURLORWGET curl wget
if [ -z "$CFG_PYTHON_PROVIDED" ]; then
probe_need CFG_PYTHON python2.7 python2.6 python2 python
fi
python_version=$($CFG_PYTHON -V 2>&1)
if [ $(echo $python_version | grep -c '^Python 2\.[4567]') -ne 1 ]; then
err "Found $python_version, but LLVM requires Python 2.4-2.7"
fi
# If we have no git directory then we are probably a tarball distribution
# and shouldn't attempt to load submodules
if [ ! -e ${CFG_SRC_DIR}.git ]
then
probe CFG_GIT git
msg "git: no git directory. disabling submodules"
CFG_DISABLE_MANAGE_SUBMODULES=1
else
probe_need CFG_GIT git
fi
# Use `md5sum` on GNU platforms, or `md5 -q` on BSD
probe CFG_MD5 md5
probe CFG_MD5SUM md5sum
if [ -n "$CFG_MD5" ]
then
CFG_HASH_COMMAND="$CFG_MD5 -q | cut -c 1-8"
elif [ -n "$CFG_MD5SUM" ]
then
CFG_HASH_COMMAND="$CFG_MD5SUM | cut -c 1-8"
else
err 'could not find one of: md5 md5sum'
fi
putvar CFG_HASH_COMMAND
probe CFG_CLANG clang++
probe CFG_CCACHE ccache
probe CFG_GCC gcc
probe CFG_LD ld
probe CFG_VALGRIND valgrind
probe CFG_PERF perf
probe CFG_ISCC iscc
probe CFG_ANTLR4 antlr4
probe CFG_GRUN grun
probe CFG_FLEX flex
probe CFG_BISON bison
probe CFG_GDB gdb
probe CFG_LLDB lldb
# On MacOS X, invoking `javac` pops up a dialog if the JDK is not
# installed. Since `javac` is only used if `antlr4` is available,
# probe for it only in this case.
if [ -n "$CFG_ANTLR4" ]
then
probe CFG_JAVAC javac
fi
# the valgrind rpass tests will fail if you don't have a valgrind, but they're
# only disabled if you opt out.
if [ -z "$CFG_VALGRIND" ]
then
# If the user has explicitly asked for valgrind tests, then fail
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_VALGRIND" ] && [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_VALGRIND_PROVIDED" ]
then
err "No valgrind present, but valgrind tests explicitly requested"
else
CFG_DISABLE_VALGRIND_RPASS=1
putvar CFG_DISABLE_VALGRIND_RPASS
fi
fi
if [ -n "$CFG_GDB" ]
then
# Store GDB's version
CFG_GDB_VERSION=$($CFG_GDB --version 2>/dev/null | head -1)
putvar CFG_GDB_VERSION
fi
if [ -n "$CFG_LLDB" ]
then
# Store LLDB's version
CFG_LLDB_VERSION=$($CFG_LLDB --version 2>/dev/null | head -1)
putvar CFG_LLDB_VERSION
# If CFG_LLDB_PYTHON_DIR is not already set from the outside and valid, try to read it from
# LLDB via the -P commandline options.
if [ -z "$CFG_LLDB_PYTHON_DIR" ] || [ ! -d "$CFG_LLDB_PYTHON_DIR" ]
then
CFG_LLDB_PYTHON_DIR=$($CFG_LLDB -P)
# If CFG_LLDB_PYTHON_DIR is not a valid directory, set it to something more readable
if [ ! -d "$CFG_LLDB_PYTHON_DIR" ]
then
CFG_LLDB_PYTHON_DIR="LLDB_PYTHON_DIRECTORY_NOT_FOUND"
fi
putvar CFG_LLDB_PYTHON_DIR
fi
fi
step_msg "looking for target specific programs"
probe CFG_ADB adb
BIN_SUF=
if [ "$CFG_OSTYPE" = "pc-windows-gnu" ] || [ "$CFG_OSTYPE" = "pc-windows-msvc" ]
then
BIN_SUF=.exe
fi
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_LOCAL_RUST" ]
then
system_rustc=$(which rustc)
if [ -f ${CFG_LOCAL_RUST_ROOT}/bin/rustc${BIN_SUF} ]
then
: # everything already configured
elif [ -n "$system_rustc" ]
then
# we assume that rustc is in a /bin directory
CFG_LOCAL_RUST_ROOT=${system_rustc%/bin/rustc}
else
err "no local rust to use"
fi
CMD="${CFG_LOCAL_RUST_ROOT}/bin/rustc${BIN_SUF}"
LRV=`$CMD --version`
if [ $? -ne 0 ]
then
step_msg "failure while running $CMD --version"
exit 1
fi
step_msg "using rustc at: ${CFG_LOCAL_RUST_ROOT} with version: $LRV"
putvar CFG_LOCAL_RUST_ROOT
fi
# Force bitrig to build with clang; gcc doesn't like us there
if [ $CFG_OSTYPE = unknown-bitrig ]
then
step_msg "on Bitrig, forcing use of clang, disabling jemalloc"
CFG_ENABLE_CLANG=1
CFG_DISABLE_JEMALLOC=1
fi
# default gcc version under OpenBSD maybe too old, try using egcc, which is a
# gcc version from ports
if [ $CFG_OSTYPE = unknown-openbsd ]
then
if [ $("$CFG_GCC" --version 2>&1 | grep -c ' 4\.[0-6]') -ne 0 ]; then
step_msg "older GCC found, try with egcc instead"
# probe again but using egcc
probe CFG_GCC egcc
# and use egcc/eg++ for CC/CXX too if it was found
# (but user setting has priority)
if [ -n "$CFG_GCC" ]; then
CC="${CC:-egcc}"
CXX="${CXX:-eg++}"
fi
fi
step_msg "on OpenBSD, disabling jemalloc"
CFG_DISABLE_JEMALLOC=1
fi
# OS X 10.9, gcc is actually clang. This can cause some confusion in the build
# system, so if we find that gcc is clang, we should just use clang directly.
if [ $CFG_OSTYPE = apple-darwin -a -z "$CFG_ENABLE_CLANG" ]
then
CFG_OSX_GCC_VERSION=$("$CFG_GCC" --version 2>&1 | grep "Apple LLVM version")
if [ $? -eq 0 ]
then
step_msg "on OS X >=10.9, forcing use of clang"
CFG_ENABLE_CLANG=1
else
if [ $("$CFG_GCC" --version 2>&1 | grep -c ' 4\.[0-6]') -ne 0 ]; then
step_msg "older GCC found, using clang instead"
CFG_ENABLE_CLANG=1
else
# on OS X, with xcode 5 and newer, certain developers may have
# cc, gcc and g++ point to a mixture of clang and gcc
# if so, this will create very strange build errors
# this last stanza is to detect some such problems and save the future rust
# contributor some time solving that issue.
# this detection could be generalized to other OSes aside from OS X
# but the issue seems most likely to happen on OS X
chk_cc () {
$1 --version 2> /dev/null | grep -q $2
}
# check that gcc, cc and g++ all point to the same compiler.
# note that for xcode 5, g++ points to clang, not clang++
if !((chk_cc gcc clang && chk_cc g++ clang) ||
(chk_cc gcc gcc &&( chk_cc g++ g++ || chk g++ gcc))); then
err "the gcc and g++ in your path point to different compilers.
Check which versions are in your path with gcc --version and g++ --version.
To resolve this problem, either fix your PATH or run configure with --enable-clang"
fi
fi
fi
fi
# If the clang isn't already enabled, check for GCC, and if it is missing, turn
# on clang as a backup.
if [ -z "$CFG_ENABLE_CLANG" ]
then
CFG_GCC_VERSION=$("$CFG_GCC" --version 2>&1)
if [ $? -ne 0 ]
then
step_msg "GCC not installed, will try using Clang"
CFG_ENABLE_CLANG=1
fi
fi
# Okay, at this point, we have made up our minds about whether we are
# going to force CFG_ENABLE_CLANG or not; save the setting if so.
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_CLANG" ]
then
putvar CFG_ENABLE_CLANG
fi
# Same with jemalloc. save the setting here.
if [ -n "$CFG_DISABLE_JEMALLOC" ]
then
putvar CFG_DISABLE_JEMALLOC
fi
if [ -n "$CFG_LLVM_ROOT" -a -z "$CFG_DISABLE_LLVM_VERSION_CHECK" -a -e "$CFG_LLVM_ROOT/bin/llvm-config" ]
then
step_msg "using custom LLVM at $CFG_LLVM_ROOT"
LLVM_CONFIG="$CFG_LLVM_ROOT/bin/llvm-config"
LLVM_VERSION=$($LLVM_CONFIG --version)
case $LLVM_VERSION in
(3.[5-8]*)
msg "found ok version of LLVM: $LLVM_VERSION"
;;
(*)
err "bad LLVM version: $LLVM_VERSION, need >=3.5"
;;
esac
fi
# Even when the user overrides the choice of CC, still try to detect
# clang to disable some clang-specific warnings. We here draw a
# distinction between:
#
# CFG_ENABLE_CLANG : passed --enable-clang, or host "requires" clang,
# CFG_USING_CLANG : compiler (clang / gcc / $CC) looks like clang.
#
# This distinction is important because there are some safeguards we
# would prefer to skip when merely CFG_USING_CLANG is set; but when
# CFG_ENABLE_CLANG is set, that indicates that we are opting into
# running such safeguards.
if [ -n "$CC" ]
then
msg "skipping compiler inference steps; using provided CC=$CC"
CFG_CC="$CC"
CFG_OSX_CC_VERSION=$("$CFG_CC" --version 2>&1 | grep "clang")
if [ $? -eq 0 ]
then
step_msg "note, user-provided CC looks like clang; CC=$CC."
CFG_USING_CLANG=1
putvar CFG_USING_CLANG
fi
else
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_CLANG" ]
then
if [ -z "$CFG_CLANG" ]
then
err "clang requested but not found"
fi
CFG_CC="$CFG_CLANG"
CFG_USING_CLANG=1
putvar CFG_USING_CLANG
else
CFG_CC="gcc"
fi
fi
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_CLANG" ]
then
case "$CC" in
(''|*clang)
CFG_CLANG_REPORTED_VERSION=$($CFG_CC --version | grep version)
if echo $CFG_CLANG_REPORTED_VERSION | grep -q "(based on LLVM "; then
CFG_CLANG_VERSION=$(echo $CFG_CLANG_REPORTED_VERSION | sed 's/.*(based on LLVM \(.*\))/\1/')
elif echo $CFG_CLANG_REPORTED_VERSION | grep -q "Apple LLVM"; then
CFG_OSX_CLANG_VERSION=$(echo $CFG_CLANG_REPORTED_VERSION | sed 's/.*version \(.*\) .*/\1/')
else
CFG_CLANG_VERSION=$(echo $CFG_CLANG_REPORTED_VERSION | sed 's/.*version \(.*\) .*/\1/')
fi
if [ -n "$CFG_OSX_CLANG_VERSION" ]
then
case $CFG_OSX_CLANG_VERSION in
(7.0*)
step_msg "found ok version of APPLE CLANG: $CFG_OSX_CLANG_VERSION"
;;
(*)
err "bad APPLE CLANG version: $CFG_OSX_CLANG_VERSION, need >=7.0"
;;
esac
else
case $CFG_CLANG_VERSION in
(3.2* | 3.3* | 3.4* | 3.5* | 3.6* | 3.7* | 3.8*)
step_msg "found ok version of CLANG: $CFG_CLANG_VERSION"
;;
(*)
err "bad CLANG version: $CFG_CLANG_VERSION, need >=3.0svn"
;;
esac
fi
if [ -z "$CC" ]
then
CFG_CC="clang"
CFG_CXX="clang++"
fi
esac
fi
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_CCACHE" ]
then
if [ -z "$CFG_CCACHE" ]
then
err "ccache requested but not found"
fi
CFG_CC="ccache $CFG_CC"
fi
if [ -z "$CC" -a -z "$CFG_ENABLE_CLANG" -a -z "$CFG_GCC" ]
then
err "either clang or gcc is required"
fi
# All safeguards based on $CFG_ENABLE_CLANG should occur before this
# point in the script; after this point, script logic should inspect
# $CFG_USING_CLANG rather than $CFG_ENABLE_CLANG.
# Set CFG_{CC,CXX,CPP,CFLAGS,CXXFLAGS,LDFLAGS}
envopt CC
envopt CXX
envopt CPP
envopt CFLAGS
envopt CXXFLAGS
envopt LDFLAGS
# stdc++ name in use
# used to manage non-standard name (on OpenBSD for example)
program_transform_name=$($CFG_CC -v 2>&1 | sed -n "s/.*--program-transform-name='\([^']*\)'.*/\1/p")
CFG_STDCPP_NAME=$(echo "stdc++" | sed "${program_transform_name}")
putvar CFG_STDCPP_NAME
# a little post-processing of various config values
CFG_PREFIX=${CFG_PREFIX%/}
CFG_MANDIR=${CFG_MANDIR%/}
CFG_HOST="$(echo $CFG_HOST | tr ',' ' ')"
CFG_TARGET="$(echo $CFG_TARGET | tr ',' ' ')"
CFG_SUPPORTED_TARGET=""
for target_file in ${CFG_SRC_DIR}mk/cfg/*.mk; do
CFG_SUPPORTED_TARGET="${CFG_SUPPORTED_TARGET} $(basename "$target_file" .mk)"
done
# copy build-triples to host-triples so that builds are a subset of hosts
V_TEMP=""
for i in $CFG_BUILD $CFG_HOST;
do
echo "$V_TEMP" | grep -qF $i || V_TEMP="$V_TEMP${V_TEMP:+ }$i"
done
CFG_HOST=$V_TEMP
# copy host-triples to target-triples so that hosts are a subset of targets
V_TEMP=""
for i in $CFG_HOST $CFG_TARGET;
do
echo "$V_TEMP" | grep -qF $i || V_TEMP="$V_TEMP${V_TEMP:+ }$i"
done
CFG_TARGET=$V_TEMP
# check target-specific tool-chains
for i in $CFG_TARGET
do
L_CHECK=false
for j in $CFG_SUPPORTED_TARGET
do
if [ $i = $j ]
then
L_CHECK=true
fi
done
if [ $L_CHECK = false ]
then
err "unsupported target triples \"$i\" found"
fi
case $i in
*android*)
upper_snake_target=$(echo "$i" | tr '[:lower:]' '[:upper:]' | tr '\-' '\_')
eval ndk=\$"CFG_${upper_snake_target}_NDK"
if [ -z "$ndk" ]
then
ndk=$CFG_ANDROID_CROSS_PATH
eval "CFG_${upper_snake_target}_NDK"=$CFG_ANDROID_CROSS_PATH
warn "generic/default Android NDK option is deprecated (use --$i-ndk option instead)"
fi
# Perform a basic sanity check of the NDK
for android_ndk_tool in "$ndk/bin/$i-gcc" "$ndk/bin/$i-g++" "$ndk/bin/$i-ar"
do
if [ ! -f $android_ndk_tool ]
then
err "NDK tool $android_ndk_tool not found (bad or missing --$i-ndk option?)"
fi
done
;;
arm-apple-darwin)
if [ $CFG_OSTYPE != apple-darwin ]
then
err "The iOS target is only supported on Mac OS X"
fi
;;
*-musl)
if [ ! -f $CFG_MUSL_ROOT/lib/libc.a ]
then
err "musl libc $CFG_MUSL_ROOT/lib/libc.a not found"
fi
;;
*-msvc)
# Currently the build system is not configured to build jemalloc
# with MSVC, so we omit this optional dependency.
step_msg "targeting MSVC, disabling jemalloc"
CFG_DISABLE_JEMALLOC=1
putvar CFG_DISABLE_JEMALLOC
# There are some MSYS python builds which will auto-translate
# windows-style paths to MSYS-style paths in Python itself.
# Unfortunately this breaks LLVM's build system as somewhere along
# the line LLVM prints a path into a file from Python and then CMake
# later tries to interpret that path. If Python prints a MSYS path
# and CMake tries to use it as a Windows path, you're gonna have a
# Bad Time.
#
# Consequently here we try to detect when that happens and print an
# error if it does.
if $CFG_PYTHON -c 'import sys; print sys.argv[1]' `pwd` | grep '^/' > /dev/null
then
err "
python is silently translating windows paths to MSYS paths \
and the build will fail if this python is used.
Either an official python install must be used or an \
alternative python package in MinGW must be used.
If you are building under msys2 try installing the mingw-w64-x86_64-python2 \
package instead of python2:
$ pacman -R python2 && pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-python2
"
fi
# MSVC requires cmake because that's how we're going to build LLVM
probe_need CFG_CMAKE cmake
# There are three builds of cmake on windows: MSVC, MinGW and Cygwin
# The Cygwin build does not have generators for Visual Studio, so
# detect that here and error.
if ! "$CFG_CMAKE" --help | sed -n '/^Generators/,$p' | grep 'Visual Studio' > /dev/null
then
err "
cmake does not support Visual Studio generators.
This is likely due to it being an msys/cygwin build of cmake, \
rather than the required windows version, built using MinGW \
or Visual Studio.
If you are building under msys2 try installing the mingw-w64-x86_64-cmake \
package instead of cmake:
$ pacman -R cmake && pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-cmake
"
fi
# Use the REG program to figure out where VS is installed
# We need to figure out where cl.exe and link.exe are, so we do some
# munging and some probing here. We also look for the default
# INCLUDE and LIB variables for MSVC so we can set those in the
# build system as well.
install=$(cmd //c reg QUERY \
'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\VisualStudio\14.0' \
-v InstallDir)
if [ -z "$install" ]; then
install=$(cmd //c reg QUERY \
'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\VisualStudio\12.0' \
-v InstallDir)
fi
need_ok "couldn't find visual studio install root"
CFG_MSVC_ROOT=$(echo "$install" | grep InstallDir | sed 's/.*REG_SZ[ ]*//')
CFG_MSVC_ROOT=$(dirname "$CFG_MSVC_ROOT")
CFG_MSVC_ROOT=$(dirname "$CFG_MSVC_ROOT")
putvar CFG_MSVC_ROOT
case $i in
x86_64-*)
bits=x86_64
msvc_part=amd64
;;
i686-*)
bits=i386
msvc_part=
;;
*)
err "can only target x86 targets for MSVC"
;;
esac
bindir="${CFG_MSVC_ROOT}/VC/bin"
if [ -n "$msvc_part" ]; then
bindir="$bindir/$msvc_part"
fi
eval CFG_MSVC_BINDIR_$bits="\"$bindir\""
eval CFG_MSVC_CL_$bits="\"$bindir/cl.exe\""
eval CFG_MSVC_LIB_$bits="\"$bindir/lib.exe\""
eval CFG_MSVC_LINK_$bits="\"$bindir/link.exe\""
vcvarsall="${CFG_MSVC_ROOT}/VC/vcvarsall.bat"
include_path=$(cmd //V:ON //c "$vcvarsall" $msvc_part \& echo !INCLUDE!)
need_ok "failed to learn about MSVC's INCLUDE"
lib_path=$(cmd //V:ON //c "$vcvarsall" $msvc_part \& echo !LIB!)
need_ok "failed to learn about MSVC's LIB"
eval CFG_MSVC_INCLUDE_PATH_${bits}="\"$include_path\""
eval CFG_MSVC_LIB_PATH_${bits}="\"$lib_path\""
putvar CFG_MSVC_BINDIR_${bits}
putvar CFG_MSVC_CL_${bits}
putvar CFG_MSVC_LIB_${bits}
putvar CFG_MSVC_LINK_${bits}
putvar CFG_MSVC_INCLUDE_PATH_${bits}
putvar CFG_MSVC_LIB_PATH_${bits}
;;
*-rumprun-netbsd)
step_msg "targeting rumprun-netbsd, disabling jemalloc"
CFG_DISABLE_JEMALLOC=1
putvar CFG_DISABLE_JEMALLOC
;;
*)
;;
esac
done
if [ -n "$CFG_PERF" ]
then
HAVE_PERF_LOGFD=`$CFG_PERF stat --log-fd 2>&1 | grep 'unknown option'`
if [ -z "$HAVE_PERF_LOGFD" ];
then
CFG_PERF_WITH_LOGFD=1
putvar CFG_PERF_WITH_LOGFD
fi
fi
step_msg "making directories"
for i in \
doc doc/std doc/extra \
dl tmp dist
do
make_dir $i
done
for t in $CFG_HOST
do
make_dir $t/llvm
done
for t in $CFG_HOST
do
make_dir $t/rustllvm
done
for t in $CFG_TARGET
do
make_dir $t/rt
for s in 0 1 2 3
do
make_dir $t/rt/stage$s
make_dir $t/rt/jemalloc
make_dir $t/rt/compiler-rt
for i in \
isaac sync test \
arch/i386 arch/x86_64 arch/arm arch/aarch64 arch/mips arch/powerpc
do
make_dir $t/rt/stage$s/$i
done
done
done
for h in $CFG_HOST
do
for t in $CFG_TARGET
do
# host lib dir stage0
make_dir $h/stage0/lib
# target bin dir stage0
make_dir $h/stage0/lib/rustlib/$t/bin
# target lib dir stage0
make_dir $h/stage0/lib/rustlib/$t/lib
for i in 0 1 2 3
do
# host bin dir
make_dir $h/stage$i/bin
# host lib dir
make_dir $h/stage$i/$CFG_LIBDIR_RELATIVE
# host test dir
make_dir $h/stage$i/test
# target bin dir
make_dir $h/stage$i/$CFG_LIBDIR_RELATIVE/rustlib/$t/bin
# target lib dir
make_dir $h/stage$i/$CFG_LIBDIR_RELATIVE/rustlib/$t/lib
done
done
make_dir $h/test/run-pass
make_dir $h/test/run-pass-valgrind
make_dir $h/test/run-pass-fulldeps
make_dir $h/test/run-fail
make_dir $h/test/run-fail-fulldeps
make_dir $h/test/compile-fail
make_dir $h/test/parse-fail
make_dir $h/test/compile-fail-fulldeps
make_dir $h/test/bench
make_dir $h/test/perf
make_dir $h/test/pretty
make_dir $h/test/debuginfo-gdb
make_dir $h/test/debuginfo-lldb
make_dir $h/test/codegen
make_dir $h/test/rustdoc
done
# Configure submodules
step_msg "configuring submodules"
# Have to be in the top of src directory for this
if [ -z $CFG_DISABLE_MANAGE_SUBMODULES ]
then
cd ${CFG_SRC_DIR}
msg "git: submodule sync"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule sync
msg "git: submodule init"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule init
# Disable submodules that we're not using
if [ -n "${CFG_LLVM_ROOT}" ]; then
msg "git: submodule deinit src/llvm"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule deinit src/llvm
fi
if [ -n "${CFG_JEMALLOC_ROOT}" ]; then
msg "git: submodule deinit src/jemalloc"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule deinit src/jemalloc
fi
msg "git: submodule update"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule update
need_ok "git failed"
msg "git: submodule foreach sync"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule foreach --recursive 'if test -e .gitmodules; then git submodule sync; fi'
need_ok "git failed"
msg "git: submodule foreach update"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule update --recursive
need_ok "git failed"
# NB: this is just for the sake of getting the submodule SHA1 values
# and status written into the build log.
msg "git: submodule status"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule status --recursive
msg "git: submodule clobber"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule foreach --recursive git clean -dxf
need_ok "git failed"
"${CFG_GIT}" submodule foreach --recursive git checkout .
need_ok "git failed"
cd ${CFG_BUILD_DIR}
fi
# Configure llvm, only if necessary
step_msg "looking at LLVM"
CFG_LLVM_SRC_DIR=${CFG_SRC_DIR}src/llvm/
for t in $CFG_HOST
do
do_reconfigure=1
is_msvc=0
case "$t" in
(*-msvc)
is_msvc=1
;;
esac
if [ -z $CFG_LLVM_ROOT ]
then
LLVM_BUILD_DIR=${CFG_BUILD_DIR}$t/llvm
if [ -n "$CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE_LLVM" ]
then
LLVM_DBG_OPTS="--enable-debug-symbols --disable-optimized"
# Just use LLVM straight from its build directory to
# avoid 'make install' time
LLVM_INST_DIR=$LLVM_BUILD_DIR/Debug
else
LLVM_DBG_OPTS="--enable-optimized"
LLVM_INST_DIR=$LLVM_BUILD_DIR/Release
fi
if [ -z "$CFG_ENABLE_LLVM_ASSERTIONS" ]
then
LLVM_ASSERTION_OPTS="--disable-assertions"
else
LLVM_ASSERTION_OPTS="--enable-assertions"
# Apparently even if we request assertions be enabled for MSVC,
# LLVM's CMake build system ignore this and outputs in `Release`
# anyway.
if [ ${is_msvc} -eq 0 ]; then
LLVM_INST_DIR=${LLVM_INST_DIR}+Asserts
fi
fi
else
msg "not reconfiguring LLVM, external LLVM root"
# The user is using their own LLVM
LLVM_BUILD_DIR=
LLVM_INST_DIR=$CFG_LLVM_ROOT
do_reconfigure=0
# Check that LLVm FileCheck is available. Needed for the tests
need_cmd $LLVM_INST_DIR/bin/FileCheck
fi
if [ ${do_reconfigure} -ne 0 ]
then
# because git is hilarious, it might have put the module index
# in a couple places.
index1="${CFG_SRC_DIR}.git/modules/src/llvm/index"
index2="${CFG_SRC_DIR}src/llvm/.git/index"
for index in ${index1} ${index2}
do
config_status="${LLVM_BUILD_DIR}/config.status"
if test -e ${index} -a \
-e ${config_status} -a \
${config_status} -nt ${index}
then
msg "not reconfiguring LLVM, config.status is fresh"
do_reconfigure=0
fi
done
fi
# We need the generator later on for compiler-rt even if LLVM's not built
if [ ${is_msvc} -ne 0 ]
then
case "$CFG_MSVC_ROOT" in
*14.0*)
generator="Visual Studio 14 2015"
;;
*12.0*)
generator="Visual Studio 12 2013"
;;
*)
err "can't determine generator for LLVM cmake"
;;
esac
case "$t" in
x86_64-*)
generator="$generator Win64"
;;
i686-*)
;;
*)
err "can only build LLVM for x86 platforms"
;;
esac
CFG_CMAKE_GENERATOR=$generator
putvar CFG_CMAKE_GENERATOR
fi
if [ ${do_reconfigure} -ne 0 ] && [ ${is_msvc} -ne 0 ]
then
msg "configuring LLVM for $t with cmake"
CMAKE_ARGS="-DLLVM_INCLUDE_TESTS=OFF"
if [ -n "$CFG_DISABLE_OPTIMIZE_LLVM" ]; then
CMAKE_ARGS="$CMAKE_ARGS -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug"
else
CMAKE_ARGS="$CMAKE_ARGS -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release"
fi
if [ -z "$CFG_ENABLE_LLVM_ASSERTIONS" ]
then
CMAKE_ARGS="$CMAKE_ARGS -DLLVM_ENABLE_ASSERTIONS=OFF"
else
CMAKE_ARGS="$CMAKE_ARGS -DLLVM_ENABLE_ASSERTIONS=ON"
fi
msg "configuring LLVM with:"
msg "$CMAKE_ARGS"
(cd $LLVM_BUILD_DIR && "$CFG_CMAKE" $CFG_LLVM_SRC_DIR \
-G "$CFG_CMAKE_GENERATOR" \
$CMAKE_ARGS)
need_ok "LLVM cmake configure failed"
fi
if [ ${do_reconfigure} -ne 0 ] && [ ${is_msvc} -eq 0 ]
then
# LLVM's configure doesn't recognize the new Windows triples yet
gnu_t=$(to_gnu_triple $t)
msg "configuring LLVM for $gnu_t"
LLVM_TARGETS="--enable-targets=x86,x86_64,arm,aarch64,mips,powerpc"
LLVM_BUILD="--build=$gnu_t"
LLVM_HOST="--host=$gnu_t"
LLVM_TARGET="--target=$gnu_t"
# Disable unused LLVM features
LLVM_OPTS="$LLVM_DBG_OPTS $LLVM_ASSERTION_OPTS --disable-docs --enable-bindings=none"
# Disable term-info, linkage of which comes in multiple forms,
# making our snapshots incompatible (#9334)
LLVM_OPTS="$LLVM_OPTS --disable-terminfo"
# Try to have LLVM pull in as few dependencies as possible (#9397)
LLVM_OPTS="$LLVM_OPTS --disable-zlib --disable-libffi"
# Use win32 native thread/lock apis instead of pthread wrapper.
# (llvm's configure tries to find pthread first, so we have to disable it explicitly.)
# Also note that pthreads works badly on mingw-w64 systems: #8996
case "$CFG_BUILD" in
(*-windows-gnu)
LLVM_OPTS="$LLVM_OPTS --disable-pthreads"
;;
esac
case "$CFG_CC" in
("ccache clang")
LLVM_CXX_32="ccache clang++ -Qunused-arguments"
LLVM_CC_32="ccache clang -Qunused-arguments"
LLVM_CXX_64="ccache clang++ -Qunused-arguments"
LLVM_CC_64="ccache clang -Qunused-arguments"
;;
("clang")
LLVM_CXX_32="clang++ -Qunused-arguments"
LLVM_CC_32="clang -Qunused-arguments"
LLVM_CXX_64="clang++ -Qunused-arguments"
LLVM_CC_64="clang -Qunused-arguments"
;;
("ccache gcc")
LLVM_CXX_32="ccache g++"
LLVM_CC_32="ccache gcc"
LLVM_CXX_64="ccache g++"
LLVM_CC_64="ccache gcc"
;;
("gcc")
LLVM_CXX_32="g++"
LLVM_CC_32="gcc"
LLVM_CXX_64="g++"
LLVM_CC_64="gcc"
;;
(*)
msg "inferring LLVM_CXX/CC from CXX/CC = $CXX/$CC"
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_CCACHE" ]
then
if [ -z "$CFG_CCACHE" ]
then
err "ccache requested but not found"
fi
LLVM_CXX_32="ccache $CXX"
LLVM_CC_32="ccache $CC"
LLVM_CXX_64="ccache $CXX"
LLVM_CC_64="ccache $CC"
else
LLVM_CXX_32="$CXX"
LLVM_CC_32="$CC"
LLVM_CXX_64="$CXX"
LLVM_CC_64="$CC"
fi
;;
esac
case "$CFG_CPUTYPE" in
(x86*)
LLVM_CXX_32="$LLVM_CXX_32 -m32"
LLVM_CC_32="$LLVM_CC_32 -m32"
LLVM_CFLAGS_32="-m32"
LLVM_CXXFLAGS_32="-m32"
LLVM_LDFLAGS_32="-m32"
LLVM_CFLAGS_64=""
LLVM_CXXFLAGS_64=""
LLVM_LDFLAGS_64=""
LLVM_CXX_32="$LLVM_CXX_32 -m32"
LLVM_CC_32="$LLVM_CC_32 -m32"
;;
(*)
LLVM_CFLAGS_32=""
LLVM_CXXFLAGS_32=""
LLVM_LDFLAGS_32=""
LLVM_CFLAGS_64=""
LLVM_CXXFLAGS_64=""
LLVM_LDFLAGS_64=""
;;
esac
if echo $t | grep -q x86_64
then
LLVM_CXX=$LLVM_CXX_64
LLVM_CC=$LLVM_CC_64
LLVM_CFLAGS=$LLVM_CFLAGS_64
LLVM_CXXFLAGS=$LLVM_CXXFLAGS_64
LLVM_LDFLAGS=$LLVM_LDFLAGS_64
else
LLVM_CXX=$LLVM_CXX_32
LLVM_CC=$LLVM_CC_32
LLVM_CFLAGS=$LLVM_CFLAGS_32
LLVM_CXXFLAGS=$LLVM_CXXFLAGS_32
LLVM_LDFLAGS=$LLVM_LDFLAGS_32
fi
CXX=$LLVM_CXX
CC=$LLVM_CC
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $LLVM_CFLAGS"
CXXFLAGS="$CXXFLAGS $LLVM_CXXFLAGS"
LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS $LLVM_LDFLAGS"
if [ -z "$CFG_DISABLE_LIBCPP" ] && [ -n "$CFG_USING_CLANG" ]; then
LLVM_OPTS="$LLVM_OPTS --enable-libcpp"
fi
LLVM_FLAGS="$LLVM_TARGETS $LLVM_OPTS $LLVM_BUILD \
$LLVM_HOST $LLVM_TARGET --with-python=$CFG_PYTHON"
msg "configuring LLVM with:"
msg "$LLVM_FLAGS"
export CXX
export CC
export CFLAGS
export CXXFLAGS
export LDFLAGS
cd $LLVM_BUILD_DIR
case $CFG_SRC_DIR in
/* | [a-z]:* | [A-Z]:*)
${CFG_LLVM_SRC_DIR}configure $LLVM_FLAGS
;;
*)
${CFG_BUILD_DIR}${CFG_LLVM_SRC_DIR}configure \
$LLVM_FLAGS
;;
esac
need_ok "LLVM configure failed"
cd $CFG_BUILD_DIR
fi
# Construct variables for LLVM build and install directories for
# each target. These will be named
# CFG_LLVM_BUILD_DIR_${target_triple} but all the hyphens in
# target_triple will be converted to underscore, because bash
# variables can't contain hyphens. The makefile will then have to
# convert back.
CFG_LLVM_BUILD_DIR=$(echo CFG_LLVM_BUILD_DIR_${t} | tr - _)
CFG_LLVM_INST_DIR=$(echo CFG_LLVM_INST_DIR_${t} | tr - _)
eval ${CFG_LLVM_BUILD_DIR}="'$LLVM_BUILD_DIR'"
eval ${CFG_LLVM_INST_DIR}="'$LLVM_INST_DIR'"
done
step_msg "writing configuration"
putvar CFG_SRC_DIR
putvar CFG_SRC_DIR_RELATIVE
putvar CFG_BUILD_DIR
putvar CFG_OSTYPE
putvar CFG_CPUTYPE
putvar CFG_CONFIGURE_ARGS
putvar CFG_PREFIX
putvar CFG_HOST
putvar CFG_TARGET
putvar CFG_LIBDIR_RELATIVE
putvar CFG_DISABLE_MANAGE_SUBMODULES
putvar CFG_AARCH64_LINUX_ANDROID_NDK
putvar CFG_ARM_LINUX_ANDROIDEABI_NDK
putvar CFG_I686_LINUX_ANDROID_NDK
putvar CFG_MANDIR
# Avoid spurious warnings from clang by feeding it original source on
# ccache-miss rather than preprocessed input.
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_CCACHE" ] && [ -n "$CFG_USING_CLANG" ]
then
CFG_CCACHE_CPP2=1
putvar CFG_CCACHE_CPP2
fi
if [ -n "$CFG_ENABLE_CCACHE" ]
then
CFG_CCACHE_BASEDIR=${CFG_SRC_DIR}
putvar CFG_CCACHE_BASEDIR
fi
putvar CFG_LLVM_SRC_DIR
for t in $CFG_HOST
do
CFG_LLVM_BUILD_DIR=$(echo CFG_LLVM_BUILD_DIR_${t} | tr - _)
CFG_LLVM_INST_DIR=$(echo CFG_LLVM_INST_DIR_${t} | tr - _)
putvar $CFG_LLVM_BUILD_DIR
putvar $CFG_LLVM_INST_DIR
done
msg
copy_if_changed ${CFG_SRC_DIR}Makefile.in ./Makefile
move_if_changed config.tmp config.mk
rm -f config.tmp
touch config.stamp
if [ -z "$CFG_ENABLE_DEBUG" ]; then
step_msg "configured in release mode. for development consider --enable-debug"
else
step_msg "complete"
fi
msg "run \`make help\`"
msg