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author mcimadamore
date Thu, 19 Sep 2019 15:47:00 +0000
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#!/bin/bash
#
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if test "x$1" != xCHECKME; then
  echo "ERROR: Calling this wrapper script directly is not supported."
  echo "Use the 'configure' script in the top-level directory instead."
  exit 1
fi

# The next argument is the absolute top-level directory path.
# The TOPDIR variable is passed on to configure.ac.
TOPDIR="$2"
# Remove these two arguments to get to the user supplied arguments
shift
shift

if test "x$BASH" = x; then
  echo "Error: This script must be run using bash." 1>&2
  exit 1
fi
# Force autoconf to use bash. This also means we must disable autoconf re-exec.
export CONFIG_SHELL=$BASH
export _as_can_reexec=no

if test "x$CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR" != x; then
  custom_hook=$CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR/custom-hook.m4
  if test ! -e $custom_hook; then
    echo "CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR not pointing to a proper custom config dir."
    echo "Error: Cannot continue" 1>&2
    exit 1
  fi
fi

CURRENT_DIR=`pwd`
if test "x$CURRENT_DIR" = "x$TOPDIR"; then
  # We are running configure from the src root.
  # Create '.configure-support' under $TOPDIR/build
  build_support_dir="$TOPDIR/build/.configure-support"
elif test "x$CURRENT_DIR" = "x$CUSTOM_ROOT"; then
  # We are running configure from the custom root.
  # Create '.configure-support' under $CUSTOM_ROOT/build
  build_support_dir="$CUSTOM_ROOT/build/.configure-support"
else
  # We are running configure from outside of the src dir.
  # Create 'build_support_dir' in the current directory.
  build_support_dir="$CURRENT_DIR/configure-support"
fi

conf_script_dir="$TOPDIR/make/autoconf"
generated_script="$build_support_dir/generated-configure.sh"

###
### Use autoconf to create a runnable configure script, if needed
###

autoconf_missing_help() {
  APT_GET="`which apt-get 2> /dev/null | grep -v '^no apt-get in'`"
  YUM="`which yum 2> /dev/null | grep -v '^no yum in'`"
  BREW="`which brew 2> /dev/null | grep -v '^no brew in'`"
  ZYPPER="`which zypper 2> /dev/null | grep -v '^no zypper in'`"
  CYGWIN="`which cygpath 2> /dev/null | grep -v '^no cygpath in'`"

  if test "x$ZYPPER" != x; then
    PKGHANDLER_COMMAND="sudo zypper install autoconf"
  elif test "x$APT_GET" != x; then
    PKGHANDLER_COMMAND="sudo apt-get install autoconf"
  elif test "x$YUM" != x; then
    PKGHANDLER_COMMAND="sudo yum install autoconf"
  elif test "x$BREW" != x; then
    PKGHANDLER_COMMAND="brew install autoconf"
  elif test "x$CYGWIN" != x; then
    PKGHANDLER_COMMAND="( cd <location of cygwin setup.exe> && cmd /c setup -q -P autoconf )"
  fi

  if test "x$PKGHANDLER_COMMAND" != x; then
    echo "You might be able to fix this by running '$PKGHANDLER_COMMAND'."
  fi
}

generate_configure_script() {
  if test "x$AUTOCONF" != x; then
    if test ! -x "$AUTOCONF"; then
      echo
      echo "The specified AUTOCONF variable does not point to a valid autoconf executable:"
      echo "AUTOCONF=$AUTOCONF"
      echo "Error: Cannot continue" 1>&2
      exit 1
    fi
  else
    AUTOCONF="`which autoconf 2> /dev/null | grep -v '^no autoconf in'`"
    if test "x$AUTOCONF" = x; then
      echo
      echo "Autoconf is not found on the PATH, and AUTOCONF is not set."
      echo "You need autoconf to be able to generate a runnable configure script."
      autoconf_missing_help
      echo "Error: Cannot find autoconf" 1>&2
      exit 1
    fi
  fi

  autoconf_version=`$AUTOCONF --version | head -1`
  echo "Using autoconf at ${AUTOCONF} [$autoconf_version]"

  if test "x$CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR" != x; then
    # Generate configure script with custom hooks compiled in.
    custom_patcher='sed -e "s|#CUSTOM_AUTOCONF_INCLUDE|m4_include([$custom_hook])|"'
    custom_script_dir_include="-I$CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR"
  else
    custom_patcher='cat'
    custom_script_dir_include=""
  fi

  mkdir -p $build_support_dir
  # Call autoconf but replace the "magic" variable in configure.ac if requested.

  cat $conf_script_dir/configure.ac | eval $custom_patcher | \
      ${AUTOCONF} -W all $custom_script_dir_include -I$conf_script_dir - \
      > $generated_script
  rm -rf autom4te.cache

  # Sanity check
  if test ! -s $generated_script; then
    echo "Error: Failed to generate runnable configure script" 1>&2
    rm -f $generated_script
    exit 1
  fi
}

test_generated_up_to_date() {
  conf_source_files="$conf_script_dir/configure.ac $conf_script_dir/*.m4"
  if test "x$CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR" != x; then
    conf_custom_source_files="$CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR/*.m4"
  else
    conf_custom_source_files=""
  fi

  for file in $conf_source_files $conf_custom_source_files ; do
    if test $file -nt $generated_script; then
      return 0
    fi
  done
  return 1
}

run_autoconf=false
if test "x$1" = xautogen; then
  # User called us as "configure autogen", so force regeneration
  run_autoconf=true
  shift
fi

if test ! -s $generated_script; then
  # Generated script is missing, so we need to create it
  echo "Runnable configure script is not present"
  run_autoconf=true
else
  # File is present, but is it up to date?
  if test_generated_up_to_date; then
    echo "Runnable configure script is not up to date"
    run_autoconf=true
  fi
fi

if test "x$run_autoconf" = xtrue; then
  echo "Generating runnable configure script at $generated_script"
  generate_configure_script
fi

# Autoconf calls the configure script recursively sometimes.
# Don't start logging twice in that case
if test "x$conf_debug_configure" = xtrue; then
  conf_debug_configure=recursive
fi

###
### Process command-line arguments
###

# Returns a shell-escaped version of the argument given.
function shell_quote() {
  if [[ -n "$1" ]]; then
    # Uses only shell-safe characters?  No quoting needed.
    # '=' is a zsh meta-character, but only in word-initial position.
    if echo "$1" | grep '^[ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789\.:,%/+=_-]\{1,\}$' > /dev/null \
        && ! echo "$1" | grep '^=' > /dev/null; then
      quoted="$1"
    else
      if echo "$1" | grep "[\'!]" > /dev/null; then
        # csh does history expansion within single quotes, but not
        # when backslash-escaped!
        local quoted_quote="'\\''" quoted_exclam="'\\!'"
        word="${1//\'/${quoted_quote}}"
        word="${1//\!/${quoted_exclam}}"
      fi
      quoted="'$1'"
    fi
    echo "$quoted"
  fi
}

conf_processed_arguments=()
conf_quoted_arguments=()
conf_openjdk_target=

for conf_option
do

  # Process (and remove) our own extensions that will not be passed to autoconf
  case $conf_option in
    --openjdk-target=*)
      conf_openjdk_target=`expr "X$conf_option" : '[^=]*=\(.*\)'`
      ;;
    --debug-configure)
      if test "x$conf_debug_configure" != xrecursive; then
        conf_debug_configure=true
        export conf_debug_configure
      fi
      ;;
    *)
      conf_processed_arguments=("${conf_processed_arguments[@]}" "$conf_option")
      ;;
  esac

  # Store all variables overridden on the command line
  case $conf_option in
    [^-]*=*)
      # Add name of variable to CONFIGURE_OVERRIDDEN_VARIABLES list inside !...!.
      conf_env_var=`expr "x$conf_option" : 'x\([^=]*\)='`
      CONFIGURE_OVERRIDDEN_VARIABLES="$CONFIGURE_OVERRIDDEN_VARIABLES!$conf_env_var!"
      ;;
  esac

  # Save the arguments, intelligently quoted for CONFIGURE_COMMAND_LINE.
  case $conf_option in
    *=*)
      conf_option_name=`expr "x$conf_option" : 'x\([^=]*\)='`
      conf_option_name=$(shell_quote "$conf_option_name")
      conf_option_value=`expr "x$conf_option" : 'x[^=]*=\(.*\)'`
      conf_option_value=$(shell_quote "$conf_option_value")
      conf_quoted_arguments=("${conf_quoted_arguments[@]}" "$conf_option_name=$conf_option_value")
      ;;
    *)
      conf_quoted_arguments=("${conf_quoted_arguments[@]}" "$(shell_quote "$conf_option")")
      ;;
  esac

  # Check for certain autoconf options that require extra action
  case $conf_option in
    -build | --build | --buil | --bui | --bu |-build=* | --build=* | --buil=* | --bui=* | --bu=*)
      conf_legacy_crosscompile="$conf_legacy_crosscompile $conf_option" ;;
    -target | --target | --targe | --targ | --tar | --ta | --t | -target=* | --target=* | --targe=* | --targ=* | --tar=* | --ta=* | --t=*)
      conf_legacy_crosscompile="$conf_legacy_crosscompile $conf_option" ;;
    -host | --host | --hos | --ho | -host=* | --host=* | --hos=* | --ho=*)
      conf_legacy_crosscompile="$conf_legacy_crosscompile $conf_option" ;;
    -help | --help | --hel | --he | -h)
      conf_print_help=true ;;
  esac
done

# Save the quoted command line
CONFIGURE_COMMAND_LINE="${conf_quoted_arguments[@]}"

if test "x$conf_legacy_crosscompile" != "x"; then
  if test "x$conf_openjdk_target" != "x"; then
    echo "Error: Specifying --openjdk-target together with autoconf"
    echo "legacy cross-compilation flags is not supported."
    echo "You specified: --openjdk-target=$conf_openjdk_target and $conf_legacy_crosscompile."
    echo "The recommended use is just --openjdk-target."
    exit 1
  else
    echo "Warning: You are using legacy autoconf cross-compilation flags."
    echo "It is recommended that you use --openjdk-target instead."
    echo ""
  fi
fi

if test "x$conf_openjdk_target" != "x"; then
  conf_build_platform=`sh $conf_script_dir/build-aux/config.guess`
  conf_processed_arguments=("--build=$conf_build_platform" "--host=$conf_openjdk_target" "--target=$conf_openjdk_target" "${conf_processed_arguments[@]}")
fi

# Make configure exit with error on invalid options as default.
# Can be overridden by --disable-option-checking, since we prepend our argument
# and later options override earlier.
conf_processed_arguments=("--enable-option-checking=fatal" "${conf_processed_arguments[@]}")

###
### Call the configure script
###
if test "x$conf_debug_configure" != x; then
  # Turn on shell debug output if requested (initial or recursive)
  set -x
fi

# Now transfer control to the script generated by autoconf. This is where the
# main work is done.
RCDIR=`mktemp -dt jdk-build-configure.tmp.XXXXXX` || exit $?
trap "rm -rf \"$RCDIR\"" EXIT
conf_logfile=./configure.log
(exec 3>&1 ; ((. $generated_script "${conf_processed_arguments[@]}" 2>&1 1>&3 ) \
    ; echo $? > "$RCDIR/rc" ) \
    | tee -a $conf_logfile 1>&2 ; exec 3>&-) | tee -a $conf_logfile

conf_result_code=`cat "$RCDIR/rc"`
###
### Post-processing
###

if test $conf_result_code -eq 0; then
  if test "x$conf_print_help" = xtrue; then
    cat <<EOT

Additional (non-autoconf) OpenJDK Options:
  --openjdk-target=TARGET cross-compile with TARGET as target platform
                          (i.e. the one you will run the resulting binary on).
                          Equivalent to --host=TARGET --target=TARGET
                          --build=<current platform>
  --debug-configure       Run the configure script with additional debug
                          logging enabled.

EOT

    # Print additional help, e.g. a list of toolchains and JVM features.
    # This must be done by the autoconf script.
    ( CONFIGURE_PRINT_ADDITIONAL_HELP=true . $generated_script PRINTF=printf )

    cat <<EOT

Please be aware that, when cross-compiling, the OpenJDK configure script will
generally use 'target' where autoconf traditionally uses 'host'.

Also note that variables must be passed on the command line. Variables in the
environment will generally be ignored, unlike traditional autoconf scripts.
EOT
  fi
else
  echo configure exiting with result code $conf_result_code
fi

exit $conf_result_code