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8078349: remove dead code - fast_iagetfield Summary: Unused function fast_iagetfield has been removed. Reviewed-by: hseigel, coleenp
author mockner
date Wed, 01 Apr 2015 15:13:48 -0400
parents a752920c4317
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#!/bin/bash
#
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generate_configure_script() {
  # First create a header
  cat > $1 << EOT
#!/bin/bash
#
# ##########################################################
# ### THIS FILE IS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED. DO NOT EDIT. ###
# ##########################################################
#
EOT
  # Then replace "magic" variables in configure.ac and append the output
  # from autoconf. $2 is either cat (just a no-op) or a filter.
  cat $script_dir/configure.ac | sed -e "s|@DATE_WHEN_GENERATED@|$TIMESTAMP|" | \
      eval $2 | ${AUTOCONF} -W all -I$script_dir - >> $1
  rm -rf autom4te.cache
}

script_dir=`dirname $0`

# Create a timestamp as seconds since epoch
if test "x`uname -s`" = "xSunOS"; then
  TIMESTAMP=`date +%s`
  if test "x$TIMESTAMP" = "x%s"; then
    # date +%s not available on this Solaris, use workaround from nawk(1):
    TIMESTAMP=`nawk 'BEGIN{print srand()}'`
  fi
else
  TIMESTAMP=`date +%s`
fi

if test "x$CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR" = "x"; then
  topdir=`cd $script_dir/../..  >/dev/null && pwd`
  custom_script_dir="$topdir/closed/autoconf"
else
  custom_script_dir=$CUSTOM_CONFIG_DIR
fi

custom_hook=$custom_script_dir/custom-hook.m4

AUTOCONF="`which autoconf 2> /dev/null | grep -v '^no autoconf in'`"

if test "x${AUTOCONF}" = x; then
  echo "You need autoconf installed to be able to regenerate the configure script"
  echo "Error: Cannot find autoconf" 1>&2
  exit 1
fi

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

echo "Generating generated-configure.sh"
generate_configure_script "$script_dir/generated-configure.sh" 'cat'

if test -e $custom_hook; then
  # We have custom sources available; also generate configure script
  # with custom hooks compiled in.
  echo "Generating custom generated-configure.sh"
  generate_configure_script "$custom_script_dir/generated-configure.sh" 'sed -e "s|#CUSTOM_AUTOCONF_INCLUDE|m4_include([$custom_hook])|"'
else
  echo "(No custom hook found at $custom_hook)"
fi