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"""SCons.SConf
Autoconf-like configuration support.
"""
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__revision__ = "src/engine/SCons/SConf.py 5134 2010/08/16 23:02:40 bdeegan"
import SCons.compat
import io
import os
import re
import sys
import traceback
import SCons.Action
import SCons.Builder
import SCons.Errors
import SCons.Job
import SCons.Node.FS
import SCons.Taskmaster
import SCons.Util
import SCons.Warnings
import SCons.Conftest
from SCons.Debug import Trace
# Turn off the Conftest error logging
SCons.Conftest.LogInputFiles = 0
SCons.Conftest.LogErrorMessages = 0
# Set
build_type = None
build_types = ['clean', 'help']
def SetBuildType(type):
global build_type
build_type = type
# to be set, if we are in dry-run mode
dryrun = 0
AUTO=0 # use SCons dependency scanning for up-to-date checks
FORCE=1 # force all tests to be rebuilt
CACHE=2 # force all tests to be taken from cache (raise an error, if necessary)
cache_mode = AUTO
def SetCacheMode(mode):
"""Set the Configure cache mode. mode must be one of "auto", "force",
or "cache"."""
global cache_mode
if mode == "auto":
cache_mode = AUTO
elif mode == "force":
cache_mode = FORCE
elif mode == "cache":
cache_mode = CACHE
else:
raise ValueError("SCons.SConf.SetCacheMode: Unknown mode " + mode)
progress_display = SCons.Util.display # will be overwritten by SCons.Script
def SetProgressDisplay(display):
"""Set the progress display to use (called from SCons.Script)"""
global progress_display
progress_display = display
SConfFS = None
_ac_build_counter = 0 # incremented, whenever TryBuild is called
_ac_config_logs = {} # all config.log files created in this build
_ac_config_hs = {} # all config.h files created in this build
sconf_global = None # current sconf object
def _createConfigH(target, source, env):
t = open(str(target[0]), "w")
defname = re.sub('[^A-Za-z0-9_]', '_', str(target[0]).upper())
t.write("""#ifndef %(DEFNAME)s_SEEN
#define %(DEFNAME)s_SEEN
""" % {'DEFNAME' : defname})
t.write(source[0].get_contents())
t.write("""
#endif /* %(DEFNAME)s_SEEN */
""" % {'DEFNAME' : defname})
t.close()
def _stringConfigH(target, source, env):
return "scons: Configure: creating " + str(target[0])
def CreateConfigHBuilder(env):
"""Called just before the building targets phase begins."""
if len(_ac_config_hs) == 0:
return
action = SCons.Action.Action(_createConfigH,
_stringConfigH)
sconfigHBld = SCons.Builder.Builder(action=action)
env.Append( BUILDERS={'SConfigHBuilder':sconfigHBld} )
for k in _ac_config_hs.keys():
env.SConfigHBuilder(k, env.Value(_ac_config_hs[k]))
class SConfWarning(SCons.Warnings.Warning):
pass
SCons.Warnings.enableWarningClass(SConfWarning)
# some error definitions
class SConfError(SCons.Errors.UserError):
def __init__(self,msg):
SCons.Errors.UserError.__init__(self,msg)
class ConfigureDryRunError(SConfError):
"""Raised when a file or directory needs to be updated during a Configure
process, but the user requested a dry-run"""
def __init__(self,target):
if not isinstance(target, SCons.Node.FS.File):
msg = 'Cannot create configure directory "%s" within a dry-run.' % str(target)
else:
msg = 'Cannot update configure test "%s" within a dry-run.' % str(target)
SConfError.__init__(self,msg)
class ConfigureCacheError(SConfError):
"""Raised when a use explicitely requested the cache feature, but the test
is run the first time."""
def __init__(self,target):
SConfError.__init__(self, '"%s" is not yet built and cache is forced.' % str(target))
# define actions for building text files
def _createSource( target, source, env ):
fd = open(str(target[0]), "w")
fd.write(source[0].get_contents())
fd.close()
def _stringSource( target, source, env ):
return (str(target[0]) + ' <-\n |' +
source[0].get_contents().replace( '\n', "\n |" ) )
class SConfBuildInfo(SCons.Node.FS.FileBuildInfo):
"""
Special build info for targets of configure tests. Additional members
are result (did the builder succeed last time?) and string, which
contains messages of the original build phase.
"""
result = None # -> 0/None -> no error, != 0 error
string = None # the stdout / stderr output when building the target
def set_build_result(self, result, string):
self.result = result
self.string = string
class Streamer(object):
"""
'Sniffer' for a file-like writable object. Similar to the unix tool tee.
"""
def __init__(self, orig):
self.orig = orig
self.s = io.StringIO()
def write(self, str):
if self.orig:
self.orig.write(str)
self.s.write(str)
def writelines(self, lines):
for l in lines:
self.write(l + '\n')
def getvalue(self):
"""
Return everything written to orig since the Streamer was created.
"""
return self.s.getvalue()
def flush(self):
if self.orig:
self.orig.flush()
self.s.flush()
class SConfBuildTask(SCons.Taskmaster.AlwaysTask):
"""
This is almost the same as SCons.Script.BuildTask. Handles SConfErrors
correctly and knows about the current cache_mode.
"""
def display(self, message):
if sconf_global.logstream:
sconf_global.logstream.write("scons: Configure: " + message + "\n")
def display_cached_string(self, bi):
"""
Logs the original builder messages, given the SConfBuildInfo instance
bi.
"""
if not isinstance(bi, SConfBuildInfo):
SCons.Warnings.warn(SConfWarning,
"The stored build information has an unexpected class: %s" % bi.__class__)
else:
self.display("The original builder output was:\n" +
(" |" + str(bi.string)).replace("\n", "\n |"))
def failed(self):
# check, if the reason was a ConfigureDryRunError or a
# ConfigureCacheError and if yes, reraise the exception
exc_type = self.exc_info()[0]
if issubclass(exc_type, SConfError):
raise
elif issubclass(exc_type, SCons.Errors.BuildError):
# we ignore Build Errors (occurs, when a test doesn't pass)
# Clear the exception to prevent the contained traceback
# to build a reference cycle.
self.exc_clear()
else:
self.display('Caught exception while building "%s":\n' %
self.targets[0])
try:
excepthook = sys.excepthook
except AttributeError:
# Earlier versions of Python don't have sys.excepthook...
def excepthook(type, value, tb):
traceback.print_tb(tb)
print type, value
excepthook(*self.exc_info())
return SCons.Taskmaster.Task.failed(self)
def collect_node_states(self):
# returns (is_up_to_date, cached_error, cachable)
# where is_up_to_date is 1, if the node(s) are up_to_date
# cached_error is 1, if the node(s) are up_to_date, but the
# build will fail
# cachable is 0, if some nodes are not in our cache
T = 0
changed = False
cached_error = False
cachable = True
for t in self.targets:
if T: Trace('%s' % (t))
bi = t.get_stored_info().binfo
if isinstance(bi, SConfBuildInfo):
if T: Trace(': SConfBuildInfo')
if cache_mode == CACHE:
t.set_state(SCons.Node.up_to_date)
if T: Trace(': set_state(up_to-date)')
else:
if T: Trace(': get_state() %s' % t.get_state())
if T: Trace(': changed() %s' % t.changed())
if (t.get_state() != SCons.Node.up_to_date and t.changed()):
changed = True
if T: Trace(': changed %s' % changed)
cached_error = cached_error or bi.result
else:
if T: Trace(': else')
# the node hasn't been built in a SConf context or doesn't
# exist
cachable = False
changed = ( t.get_state() != SCons.Node.up_to_date )
if T: Trace(': changed %s' % changed)
if T: Trace('\n')
return (not changed, cached_error, cachable)
def execute(self):
if not self.targets[0].has_builder():
return
sconf = sconf_global
is_up_to_date, cached_error, cachable = self.collect_node_states()
if cache_mode == CACHE and not cachable:
raise ConfigureCacheError(self.targets[0])
elif cache_mode == FORCE:
is_up_to_date = 0
if cached_error and is_up_to_date:
self.display("Building \"%s\" failed in a previous run and all "
"its sources are up to date." % str(self.targets[0]))
binfo = self.targets[0].get_stored_info().binfo
self.display_cached_string(binfo)
raise SCons.Errors.BuildError # will be 'caught' in self.failed
elif is_up_to_date:
self.display("\"%s\" is up to date." % str(self.targets[0]))
binfo = self.targets[0].get_stored_info().binfo
self.display_cached_string(binfo)
elif dryrun:
raise ConfigureDryRunError(self.targets[0])
else:
# note stdout and stderr are the same here
s = sys.stdout = sys.stderr = Streamer(sys.stdout)
try:
env = self.targets[0].get_build_env()
if cache_mode == FORCE:
# Set up the Decider() to force rebuilds by saying
# that every source has changed. Note that we still
# call the environment's underlying source decider so
# that the correct .sconsign info will get calculated
# and keep the build state consistent.
def force_build(dependency, target, prev_ni,
env_decider=env.decide_source):
env_decider(dependency, target, prev_ni)
return True
if env.decide_source.func_code is not force_build.func_code:
env.Decider(force_build)
env['PSTDOUT'] = env['PSTDERR'] = s
try:
sconf.cached = 0
self.targets[0].build()
finally:
sys.stdout = sys.stderr = env['PSTDOUT'] = \
env['PSTDERR'] = sconf.logstream
except KeyboardInterrupt:
raise
except SystemExit:
exc_value = sys.exc_info()[1]
raise SCons.Errors.ExplicitExit(self.targets[0],exc_value.code)
except Exception, e:
for t in self.targets:
binfo = t.get_binfo()
binfo.__class__ = SConfBuildInfo
binfo.set_build_result(1, s.getvalue())
sconsign_entry = SCons.SConsign.SConsignEntry()
sconsign_entry.binfo = binfo
#sconsign_entry.ninfo = self.get_ninfo()
# We'd like to do this as follows:
# t.store_info(binfo)
# However, we need to store it as an SConfBuildInfo
# object, and store_info() will turn it into a
# regular FileNodeInfo if the target is itself a
# regular File.
sconsign = t.dir.sconsign()
sconsign.set_entry(t.name, sconsign_entry)
sconsign.merge()
raise e
else:
for t in self.targets:
binfo = t.get_binfo()
binfo.__class__ = SConfBuildInfo
binfo.set_build_result(0, s.getvalue())
sconsign_entry = SCons.SConsign.SConsignEntry()
sconsign_entry.binfo = binfo
#sconsign_entry.ninfo = self.get_ninfo()
# We'd like to do this as follows:
# t.store_info(binfo)
# However, we need to store it as an SConfBuildInfo
# object, and store_info() will turn it into a
# regular FileNodeInfo if the target is itself a
# regular File.
sconsign = t.dir.sconsign()
sconsign.set_entry(t.name, sconsign_entry)
sconsign.merge()
class SConfBase(object):
"""This is simply a class to represent a configure context. After
creating a SConf object, you can call any tests. After finished with your
tests, be sure to call the Finish() method, which returns the modified
environment.
Some words about caching: In most cases, it is not necessary to cache
Test results explicitely. Instead, we use the scons dependency checking
mechanism. For example, if one wants to compile a test program
(SConf.TryLink), the compiler is only called, if the program dependencies
have changed. However, if the program could not be compiled in a former
SConf run, we need to explicitely cache this error.
"""
def __init__(self, env, custom_tests = {}, conf_dir='$CONFIGUREDIR',
log_file='$CONFIGURELOG', config_h = None, _depth = 0):
"""Constructor. Pass additional tests in the custom_tests-dictinary,
e.g. custom_tests={'CheckPrivate':MyPrivateTest}, where MyPrivateTest
defines a custom test.
Note also the conf_dir and log_file arguments (you may want to
build tests in the VariantDir, not in the SourceDir)
"""
global SConfFS
if not SConfFS:
SConfFS = SCons.Node.FS.default_fs or \
SCons.Node.FS.FS(env.fs.pathTop)
if sconf_global is not None:
raise SCons.Errors.UserError
self.env = env
if log_file is not None:
log_file = SConfFS.File(env.subst(log_file))
self.logfile = log_file
self.logstream = None
self.lastTarget = None
self.depth = _depth
self.cached = 0 # will be set, if all test results are cached
# add default tests
default_tests = {
'CheckCC' : CheckCC,
'CheckCXX' : CheckCXX,
'CheckSHCC' : CheckSHCC,
'CheckSHCXX' : CheckSHCXX,
'CheckFunc' : CheckFunc,
'CheckType' : CheckType,
'CheckTypeSize' : CheckTypeSize,
'CheckDeclaration' : CheckDeclaration,
'CheckHeader' : CheckHeader,
'CheckCHeader' : CheckCHeader,
'CheckCXXHeader' : CheckCXXHeader,
'CheckLib' : CheckLib,
'CheckLibWithHeader' : CheckLibWithHeader,
}
self.AddTests(default_tests)
self.AddTests(custom_tests)
self.confdir = SConfFS.Dir(env.subst(conf_dir))
if config_h is not None:
config_h = SConfFS.File(config_h)
self.config_h = config_h
self._startup()
def Finish(self):
"""Call this method after finished with your tests:
env = sconf.Finish()
"""
self._shutdown()
return self.env
def Define(self, name, value = None, comment = None):
"""
Define a pre processor symbol name, with the optional given value in the
current config header.
If value is None (default), then #define name is written. If value is not
none, then #define name value is written.
comment is a string which will be put as a C comment in the
header, to explain the meaning of the value (appropriate C comments /* and
*/ will be put automatically."""
lines = []
if comment:
comment_str = "/* %s */" % comment
lines.append(comment_str)
if value is not None:
define_str = "#define %s %s" % (name, value)
else:
define_str = "#define %s" % name
lines.append(define_str)
lines.append('')
self.config_h_text = self.config_h_text + '\n'.join(lines)
def BuildNodes(self, nodes):
"""
Tries to build the given nodes immediately. Returns 1 on success,
0 on error.
"""
if self.logstream is not None:
# override stdout / stderr to write in log file
oldStdout = sys.stdout
sys.stdout = self.logstream
oldStderr = sys.stderr
sys.stderr = self.logstream
# the engine assumes the current path is the SConstruct directory ...
old_fs_dir = SConfFS.getcwd()
old_os_dir = os.getcwd()
SConfFS.chdir(SConfFS.Top, change_os_dir=1)
# Because we take responsibility here for writing out our
# own .sconsign info (see SConfBuildTask.execute(), above),
# we override the store_info() method with a null place-holder
# so we really control how it gets written.
for n in nodes:
n.store_info = n.do_not_store_info
ret = 1
try:
# ToDo: use user options for calc
save_max_drift = SConfFS.get_max_drift()
SConfFS.set_max_drift(0)
tm = SCons.Taskmaster.Taskmaster(nodes, SConfBuildTask)
# we don't want to build tests in parallel
jobs = SCons.Job.Jobs(1, tm )
jobs.run()
for n in nodes:
state = n.get_state()
if (state != SCons.Node.executed and
state != SCons.Node.up_to_date):
# the node could not be built. we return 0 in this case
ret = 0
finally:
SConfFS.set_max_drift(save_max_drift)
os.chdir(old_os_dir)
SConfFS.chdir(old_fs_dir, change_os_dir=0)
if self.logstream is not None:
# restore stdout / stderr
sys.stdout = oldStdout
sys.stderr = oldStderr
return ret
def pspawn_wrapper(self, sh, escape, cmd, args, env):
"""Wrapper function for handling piped spawns.
This looks to the calling interface (in Action.py) like a "normal"
spawn, but associates the call with the PSPAWN variable from
the construction environment and with the streams to which we
want the output logged. This gets slid into the construction
environment as the SPAWN variable so Action.py doesn't have to
know or care whether it's spawning a piped command or not.
"""
return self.pspawn(sh, escape, cmd, args, env, self.logstream, self.logstream)
def TryBuild(self, builder, text = None, extension = ""):
"""Low level TryBuild implementation. Normally you don't need to
call that - you can use TryCompile / TryLink / TryRun instead
"""
global _ac_build_counter
# Make sure we have a PSPAWN value, and save the current
# SPAWN value.
try:
self.pspawn = self.env['PSPAWN']
except KeyError:
raise SCons.Errors.UserError('Missing PSPAWN construction variable.')
try:
save_spawn = self.env['SPAWN']
except KeyError:
raise SCons.Errors.UserError('Missing SPAWN construction variable.')
nodesToBeBuilt = []
f = "conftest_" + str(_ac_build_counter)
pref = self.env.subst( builder.builder.prefix )
suff = self.env.subst( builder.builder.suffix )
target = self.confdir.File(pref + f + suff)
try:
# Slide our wrapper into the construction environment as
# the SPAWN function.
self.env['SPAWN'] = self.pspawn_wrapper
sourcetext = self.env.Value(text)
if text is not None:
textFile = self.confdir.File(f + extension)
textFileNode = self.env.SConfSourceBuilder(target=textFile,
source=sourcetext)
nodesToBeBuilt.extend(textFileNode)
source = textFileNode
else:
source = None
nodes = builder(target = target, source = source)
if not SCons.Util.is_List(nodes):
nodes = [nodes]
nodesToBeBuilt.extend(nodes)
result = self.BuildNodes(nodesToBeBuilt)
finally:
self.env['SPAWN'] = save_spawn
_ac_build_counter = _ac_build_counter + 1
if result:
self.lastTarget = nodes[0]
else:
self.lastTarget = None
return result
def TryAction(self, action, text = None, extension = ""):
"""Tries to execute the given action with optional source file
contents <text> and optional source file extension <extension>,
Returns the status (0 : failed, 1 : ok) and the contents of the
output file.
"""
builder = SCons.Builder.Builder(action=action)
self.env.Append( BUILDERS = {'SConfActionBuilder' : builder} )
ok = self.TryBuild(self.env.SConfActionBuilder, text, extension)
del self.env['BUILDERS']['SConfActionBuilder']
if ok:
outputStr = self.lastTarget.get_contents()
return (1, outputStr)
return (0, "")
def TryCompile( self, text, extension):
"""Compiles the program given in text to an env.Object, using extension
as file extension (e.g. '.c'). Returns 1, if compilation was
successful, 0 otherwise. The target is saved in self.lastTarget (for
further processing).
"""
return self.TryBuild(self.env.Object, text, extension)
def TryLink( self, text, extension ):
"""Compiles the program given in text to an executable env.Program,
using extension as file extension (e.g. '.c'). Returns 1, if
compilation was successful, 0 otherwise. The target is saved in
self.lastTarget (for further processing).
"""
return self.TryBuild(self.env.Program, text, extension )
def TryRun(self, text, extension ):
"""Compiles and runs the program given in text, using extension
as file extension (e.g. '.c'). Returns (1, outputStr) on success,
(0, '') otherwise. The target (a file containing the program's stdout)
is saved in self.lastTarget (for further processing).
"""
ok = self.TryLink(text, extension)
if( ok ):
prog = self.lastTarget
pname = prog.path
output = self.confdir.File(os.path.basename(pname)+'.out')
node = self.env.Command(output, prog, [ [ pname, ">", "${TARGET}"] ])
ok = self.BuildNodes(node)
if ok:
outputStr = output.get_contents()
return( 1, outputStr)
return (0, "")
class TestWrapper(object):
"""A wrapper around Tests (to ensure sanity)"""
def __init__(self, test, sconf):
self.test = test
self.sconf = sconf
def __call__(self, *args, **kw):
if not self.sconf.active:
raise SCons.Errors.UserError
context = CheckContext(self.sconf)
ret = self.test(context, *args, **kw)
if self.sconf.config_h is not None:
self.sconf.config_h_text = self.sconf.config_h_text + context.config_h
context.Result("error: no result")
return ret
def AddTest(self, test_name, test_instance):
"""Adds test_class to this SConf instance. It can be called with
self.test_name(...)"""
setattr(self, test_name, SConfBase.TestWrapper(test_instance, self))
def AddTests(self, tests):
"""Adds all the tests given in the tests dictionary to this SConf
instance
"""
for name in tests.keys():
self.AddTest(name, tests[name])
def _createDir( self, node ):
dirName = str(node)
if dryrun:
if not os.path.isdir( dirName ):
raise ConfigureDryRunError(dirName)
else:
if not os.path.isdir( dirName ):
os.makedirs( dirName )
node._exists = 1
def _startup(self):
"""Private method. Set up logstream, and set the environment
variables necessary for a piped build
"""
global _ac_config_logs
global sconf_global
global SConfFS
self.lastEnvFs = self.env.fs
self.env.fs = SConfFS
self._createDir(self.confdir)
self.confdir.up().add_ignore( [self.confdir] )
if self.logfile is not None and not dryrun:
# truncate logfile, if SConf.Configure is called for the first time
# in a build
if self.logfile in _ac_config_logs:
log_mode = "a"
else:
_ac_config_logs[self.logfile] = None
log_mode = "w"
fp = open(str(self.logfile), log_mode)
self.logstream = SCons.Util.Unbuffered(fp)
# logfile may stay in a build directory, so we tell
# the build system not to override it with a eventually
# existing file with the same name in the source directory
self.logfile.dir.add_ignore( [self.logfile] )
tb = traceback.extract_stack()[-3-self.depth]
old_fs_dir = SConfFS.getcwd()
SConfFS.chdir(SConfFS.Top, change_os_dir=0)
self.logstream.write('file %s,line %d:\n\tConfigure(confdir = %s)\n' %
(tb[0], tb[1], str(self.confdir)) )
SConfFS.chdir(old_fs_dir)
else:
self.logstream = None
# we use a special builder to create source files from TEXT
action = SCons.Action.Action(_createSource,
_stringSource)
sconfSrcBld = SCons.Builder.Builder(action=action)
self.env.Append( BUILDERS={'SConfSourceBuilder':sconfSrcBld} )
self.config_h_text = _ac_config_hs.get(self.config_h, "")
self.active = 1
# only one SConf instance should be active at a time ...
sconf_global = self
def _shutdown(self):
"""Private method. Reset to non-piped spawn"""
global sconf_global, _ac_config_hs
if not self.active:
raise SCons.Errors.UserError("Finish may be called only once!")
if self.logstream is not None and not dryrun:
self.logstream.write("\n")
self.logstream.close()
self.logstream = None
# remove the SConfSourceBuilder from the environment
blds = self.env['BUILDERS']
del blds['SConfSourceBuilder']
self.env.Replace( BUILDERS=blds )
self.active = 0
sconf_global = None
if not self.config_h is None:
_ac_config_hs[self.config_h] = self.config_h_text
self.env.fs = self.lastEnvFs
class CheckContext(object):
"""Provides a context for configure tests. Defines how a test writes to the
screen and log file.
A typical test is just a callable with an instance of CheckContext as
first argument:
def CheckCustom(context, ...)
context.Message('Checking my weird test ... ')
ret = myWeirdTestFunction(...)
context.Result(ret)
Often, myWeirdTestFunction will be one of
context.TryCompile/context.TryLink/context.TryRun. The results of
those are cached, for they are only rebuild, if the dependencies have
changed.
"""
def __init__(self, sconf):
"""Constructor. Pass the corresponding SConf instance."""
self.sconf = sconf
self.did_show_result = 0
# for Conftest.py:
self.vardict = {}
self.havedict = {}
self.headerfilename = None
self.config_h = "" # config_h text will be stored here
# we don't regenerate the config.h file after each test. That means,
# that tests won't be able to include the config.h file, and so
# they can't do an #ifdef HAVE_XXX_H. This shouldn't be a major
# issue, though. If it turns out, that we need to include config.h
# in tests, we must ensure, that the dependencies are worked out
# correctly. Note that we can't use Conftest.py's support for config.h,
# cause we will need to specify a builder for the config.h file ...
def Message(self, text):
"""Inform about what we are doing right now, e.g.
'Checking for SOMETHING ... '
"""
self.Display(text)
self.sconf.cached = 1
self.did_show_result = 0
def Result(self, res):
"""Inform about the result of the test. res may be an integer or a
string. In case of an integer, the written text will be 'yes' or 'no'.
The result is only displayed when self.did_show_result is not set.
"""
if isinstance(res, (int, bool)):
if res:
text = "yes"
else:
text = "no"
elif isinstance(res, str):
text = res
else:
raise TypeError("Expected string, int or bool, got " + str(type(res)))
if self.did_show_result == 0:
# Didn't show result yet, do it now.
self.Display(text + "\n")
self.did_show_result = 1
def TryBuild(self, *args, **kw):
return self.sconf.TryBuild(*args, **kw)
def TryAction(self, *args, **kw):
return self.sconf.TryAction(*args, **kw)
def TryCompile(self, *args, **kw):
return self.sconf.TryCompile(*args, **kw)
def TryLink(self, *args, **kw):
return self.sconf.TryLink(*args, **kw)
def TryRun(self, *args, **kw):
return self.sconf.TryRun(*args, **kw)
def __getattr__( self, attr ):
if( attr == 'env' ):
return self.sconf.env
elif( attr == 'lastTarget' ):
return self.sconf.lastTarget
else:
raise AttributeError("CheckContext instance has no attribute '%s'" % attr)
#### Stuff used by Conftest.py (look there for explanations).
def BuildProg(self, text, ext):
self.sconf.cached = 1
# TODO: should use self.vardict for $CC, $CPPFLAGS, etc.
return not self.TryBuild(self.env.Program, text, ext)
def CompileProg(self, text, ext):
self.sconf.cached = 1
# TODO: should use self.vardict for $CC, $CPPFLAGS, etc.
return not self.TryBuild(self.env.Object, text, ext)
def CompileSharedObject(self, text, ext):
self.sconf.cached = 1
# TODO: should use self.vardict for $SHCC, $CPPFLAGS, etc.
return not self.TryBuild(self.env.SharedObject, text, ext)
def RunProg(self, text, ext):
self.sconf.cached = 1
# TODO: should use self.vardict for $CC, $CPPFLAGS, etc.
st, out = self.TryRun(text, ext)
return not st, out
def AppendLIBS(self, lib_name_list):
oldLIBS = self.env.get( 'LIBS', [] )
self.env.Append(LIBS = lib_name_list)
return oldLIBS
def PrependLIBS(self, lib_name_list):
oldLIBS = self.env.get( 'LIBS', [] )
self.env.Prepend(LIBS = lib_name_list)
return oldLIBS
def SetLIBS(self, val):
oldLIBS = self.env.get( 'LIBS', [] )
self.env.Replace(LIBS = val)
return oldLIBS
def Display(self, msg):
if self.sconf.cached:
# We assume that Display is called twice for each test here
# once for the Checking for ... message and once for the result.
# The self.sconf.cached flag can only be set between those calls
msg = "(cached) " + msg
self.sconf.cached = 0
progress_display(msg, append_newline=0)
self.Log("scons: Configure: " + msg + "\n")
def Log(self, msg):
if self.sconf.logstream is not None:
self.sconf.logstream.write(msg)
#### End of stuff used by Conftest.py.
def SConf(*args, **kw):
if kw.get(build_type, True):
kw['_depth'] = kw.get('_depth', 0) + 1
for bt in build_types:
try:
del kw[bt]
except KeyError:
pass
return SConfBase(*args, **kw)
else:
return SCons.Util.Null()
def CheckFunc(context, function_name, header = None, language = None):
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckFunc(context, function_name, header = header, language = language)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
def CheckType(context, type_name, includes = "", language = None):
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckType(context, type_name,
header = includes, language = language)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
def CheckTypeSize(context, type_name, includes = "", language = None, expect = None):
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckTypeSize(context, type_name,
header = includes, language = language,
expect = expect)
context.did_show_result = 1
return res
def CheckDeclaration(context, declaration, includes = "", language = None):
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckDeclaration(context, declaration,
includes = includes,
language = language)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
def createIncludesFromHeaders(headers, leaveLast, include_quotes = '""'):
# used by CheckHeader and CheckLibWithHeader to produce C - #include
# statements from the specified header (list)
if not SCons.Util.is_List(headers):
headers = [headers]
l = []
if leaveLast:
lastHeader = headers[-1]
headers = headers[:-1]
else:
lastHeader = None
for s in headers:
l.append("#include %s%s%s\n"
% (include_quotes[0], s, include_quotes[1]))
return ''.join(l), lastHeader
def CheckHeader(context, header, include_quotes = '<>', language = None):
"""
A test for a C or C++ header file.
"""
prog_prefix, hdr_to_check = \
createIncludesFromHeaders(header, 1, include_quotes)
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckHeader(context, hdr_to_check, prog_prefix,
language = language,
include_quotes = include_quotes)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
def CheckCC(context):
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckCC(context)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
def CheckCXX(context):
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckCXX(context)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
def CheckSHCC(context):
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckSHCC(context)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
def CheckSHCXX(context):
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckSHCXX(context)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
# Bram: Make this function obsolete? CheckHeader() is more generic.
def CheckCHeader(context, header, include_quotes = '""'):
"""
A test for a C header file.
"""
return CheckHeader(context, header, include_quotes, language = "C")
# Bram: Make this function obsolete? CheckHeader() is more generic.
def CheckCXXHeader(context, header, include_quotes = '""'):
"""
A test for a C++ header file.
"""
return CheckHeader(context, header, include_quotes, language = "C++")
def CheckLib(context, library = None, symbol = "main",
header = None, language = None, autoadd = 1):
"""
A test for a library. See also CheckLibWithHeader.
Note that library may also be None to test whether the given symbol
compiles without flags.
"""
if library == []:
library = [None]
if not SCons.Util.is_List(library):
library = [library]
# ToDo: accept path for the library
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckLib(context, library, symbol, header = header,
language = language, autoadd = autoadd)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
# XXX
# Bram: Can only include one header and can't use #ifdef HAVE_HEADER_H.
def CheckLibWithHeader(context, libs, header, language,
call = None, autoadd = 1):
# ToDo: accept path for library. Support system header files.
"""
Another (more sophisticated) test for a library.
Checks, if library and header is available for language (may be 'C'
or 'CXX'). Call maybe be a valid expression _with_ a trailing ';'.
As in CheckLib, we support library=None, to test if the call compiles
without extra link flags.
"""
prog_prefix, dummy = \
createIncludesFromHeaders(header, 0)
if libs == []:
libs = [None]
if not SCons.Util.is_List(libs):
libs = [libs]
res = SCons.Conftest.CheckLib(context, libs, None, prog_prefix,
call = call, language = language, autoadd = autoadd)
context.did_show_result = 1
return not res
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