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#!/bin/sh

#
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#############################################################################
#
# Generic build profile.sh for all platforms, works in bash, sh, and ksh.
#
# Copy this file to your own area, and edit it to suit your needs.
#
# Ideally you either won't need to set the ALT_* variables because the
#   build system will find what it needs through system provided paths
#   or environment variables, or you have installed the component in the
#   recommended default path.
#
# If you find yourself forced to set an ALT_* environment variable and
#   suspect we could have figured it out automatically, please let us know.
#
# Most ALT_* directory defaults are based on being in the parent directory in
#    ALT_SLASH_JAVA, so it's possible to create for example a "C:/jdk6"
#    directory, assign that to ALT_SLASH_JAVA, and place all the components
#    in that directory. This could also minimize the ALT_* environment
#    variables you need to set.
#
########
#
# Assumes basic unix utilities are in the PATH already (uname, hostname, etc.).
#
# On Windows, assumes PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER, VS100COMNTOOLS,
#   SYSTEMROOT (or SystemRoot), COMPUTERNAME (or hostname works), and
#   USERNAME is defined in the environment.
#   This profile does not rely on using vcvars32.bat and 64bit Setup.bat.
#   Uses CYGWIN cygpath to make sure paths are space-free.
#
# The JDK Makefiles may change in the future, making some of these
#   settings unnecessary or redundant.
#
# This is a working example, but may or may not work on all systems.
#
#############################################################################
#
# WARNING: This file will clobber the value of some environment variables.
#
# Sets up these environment variables for doing JDK builds:
#    USERNAME
#    COMPUTERNAME
#    PATH
#    Windows Only:
#      LIB
#      INCLUDE
#      PS1
#      SHELL
#
# Attempts to set these variables for the JDK builds:           
#    ALT_COMPILER_PATH
#    ALT_BOOTDIR
#    Windows Only:
#      ALT_UNIXCOMMAND_PATH
#      ALT_DXSDK_PATH
#      ALT_MSVCRNN_DLL_PATH
#
#############################################################################
#
# Keep in mind that at this point, we are running in some kind of shell
#   (sh, ksh, or bash). We don't know if it's solaris, linux, or windows 
#   CYGWIN. We need to figure that out.

# Find user name
if [ "${USERNAME}" = "" ] ; then
    USERNAME="${LOGNAME}"
fi
if [ "${USERNAME}" = "" ] ; then
    USERNAME="${USER}"
fi
export USERNAME

# Find machine name
if [ "${COMPUTERNAME}" = "" ] ; then
    COMPUTERNAME="$(hostname)"
fi
export COMPUTERNAME

# Boot jdk
bootjdk=jdk1.6.0
importjdk=jdk1.7.0

# Uses 'uname -s', but only expect SunOS or Linux, assume Windows otherwise.
osname=$(uname -s)
if [ "${osname}" = SunOS ] ; then
  
  # System place where JDK installed images are stored?
  jdk_instances=/usr/jdk/instances

  # Get the Sun Studio compilers (and latest patches for them too)
  if [ "${ALT_COMPILER_PATH}" = "" ] ; then
    ALT_COMPILER_PATH=/opt/SUNWspro/bin
    export ALT_COMPILER_PATH
  fi
  if [ ! -d ${ALT_COMPILER_PATH} ] ; then
    echo "WARNING: Cannot access ALT_COMPILER_PATH=${ALT_COMPILER_PATH}"
  fi
  
  # Place compiler path early in PATH to avoid 'cc' conflicts.
  path4sdk=${ALT_COMPILER_PATH}:/usr/ccs/bin:/usr/ccs/lib:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sfw/bin

  # Make sure these are unset
  unset JAVA_HOME
  unset LD_LIBRARY_PATH

  # Build in C locale
  LANG=C
  export LANG
  LC_ALL=C
  export LC_ALL

  umask 002

elif [ "${osname}" = Linux ] ; then
  
  # System place where JDK installed images are stored?
  jdk_instances=/opt/java
    
  # Use compilers from /usr/bin
  path4sdk=/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin

  # Make sure these are unset
  unset JAVA_HOME
  unset LD_LIBRARY_PATH

  # Build in C locale
  LANG=C
  export LANG
  LC_ALL=C
  export LC_ALL

  umask 002

else

  # System place where JDK installed images are stored?
  jdk_instances="C:"

  # Windows: Differs on CYGWIN and the compiler available.
  #   Also, blanks in pathnames gives make headaches, so anything placed
  #   in any ALT_* variable should be the short windows DOS names.
   
  # Check CYGWIN (should have already been done)
  #   Assumption here is that you are in a shell window via cygwin.
  proc_arch=`echo "${PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER}" | expand | cut -d' ' -f1 | sed -e 's@x86@X86@g' -e 's@Intel64@X64@g' -e 's@em64t@X64@g' -e 's@EM64T@X64@g' -e 's@amd64@X64@g' -e 's@AMD64@X64@g' -e 's@ia64@IA64@g'`
  if [ "${proc_arch}" = "X64" ] ; then
    windows_arch=amd64
  else
    windows_arch=i586
  fi
  # We need to check if we are running a CYGWIN shell
  if [ "$(uname -a | fgrep Cygwin)" != "" -a -f /bin/cygpath ] ; then
    # For CYGWIN, uname will have "Cygwin" in it, and /bin/cygpath should exist
    # Utility to convert to short pathnames without spaces
    cygpath="/usr/bin/cygpath -a -m -s"
    # Most unix utilities are in the /usr/bin
    unixcommand_path="/usr/bin"
    # Make the prompt tell you CYGWIN
    export PS1="CYGWIN:${COMPUTERNAME}:${USERNAME}[\!] "
  else
    echo "ERROR: Cannot find CYGWIN on this machine"
    exit 1
  fi
  if [ "${ALT_UNIXCOMMAND_PATH}" != "" ] ; then
    unixcommand_path=${ALT_UNIXCOMMAND_PATH}
  fi
    
  # Default shell
  export SHELL="${unixcommand_path}/sh"

  # Setup path system (verify this is right)
  if [ "${SystemRoot}" != "" ] ; then
    sys_root=$(${cygpath} "${SystemRoot}")
  elif [ "${SYSTEMROOT}" != "" ] ; then
    sys_root=$(${cygpath} "${SYSTEMROOT}")
  else
    sys_root=$(${cygpath} "C:/WINNT")
  fi
  path4sdk="${unixcommand_path};${sys_root}/system32;${sys_root};${sys_root}/System32/Wbem"
  if [ ! -d "${sys_root}" ] ; then
    echo "WARNING: No system root found at: ${sys_root}"
  fi

  # Compiler setup (nasty part)
  #   NOTE: You can use vcvars32.bat to set PATH, LIB, and INCLUDE.
  #   NOTE: CYGWIN has a link.exe too, make sure the compilers are first

  # Use supplied vsvars.sh
  repo=`hg root`
  if [ -f "${repo}/make/scripts/vsvars.sh" ] ; then
    eval `sh ${repo}/make/scripts/vsvars.sh -v10`
  elif [ -f "${repo}/../make/scripts/vsvars.sh" ] ; then
    eval `sh ${repo}/../make/scripts/vsvars.sh -v10`
  else
    echo "WARNING: No make/scripts/vsvars.sh file found"
  fi
    
fi

# Get the previous JDK to be used to bootstrap the build
if [ "${ALT_BOOTDIR}" = "" ] ; then
  ALT_BOOTDIR=${jdk_instances}/${bootjdk}
  export ALT_BOOTDIR
fi
if [ ! -d ${ALT_BOOTDIR} ] ; then
  echo "WARNING: Cannot access ALT_BOOTDIR=${ALT_BOOTDIR}"
fi

# Get the import JDK to be used to get hotspot VM if not built
if [ "${ALT_JDK_IMPORT_PATH}" = "" -a -d ${jdk_instances}/${importjdk} ] ; then
  ALT_JDK_IMPORT_PATH=${jdk_instances}/${importjdk}
  export ALT_JDK_IMPORT_PATH
fi

# Export PATH setting
PATH="${path4sdk}"
export PATH

# Export variables required for Zero
if [ "${SHARK_BUILD}" = true ] ; then
  ZERO_BUILD=true
  export ZERO_BUILD
fi
if [ "${ZERO_BUILD}" = true ] ; then
  # ZERO_LIBARCH is the name of the architecture-specific
  # subdirectory under $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib
  arch=$(uname -m)
  case "${arch}" in
    x86_64)  ZERO_LIBARCH=amd64     ;;
    i?86)    ZERO_LIBARCH=i386      ;;
    sparc64) ZERO_LIBARCH=sparcv9   ;;
    arm*)    ZERO_LIBARCH=arm       ;;
    *)       ZERO_LIBARCH="$(arch)"
  esac
  export ZERO_LIBARCH

  # ARCH_DATA_MODEL is the number of bits in a pointer
  case "${ZERO_LIBARCH}" in
    i386|ppc|s390|sparc|arm)
      ARCH_DATA_MODEL=32
      ;;
    amd64|ppc64|s390x|sparcv9|ia64|alpha)
      ARCH_DATA_MODEL=64
      ;;
    *)
      echo "ERROR: Unable to determine ARCH_DATA_MODEL for ${ZERO_LIBARCH}"
      exit 1
  esac
  export ARCH_DATA_MODEL

  # ZERO_ENDIANNESS is the endianness of the processor
  case "${ZERO_LIBARCH}" in
    i386|amd64|ia64)
      ZERO_ENDIANNESS=little
      ;;
    ppc*|s390*|sparc*|alpha)
      ZERO_ENDIANNESS=big
      ;;
    *)
      echo "ERROR: Unable to determine ZERO_ENDIANNESS for ${ZERO_LIBARCH}"
      exit 1
  esac
  export ZERO_ENDIANNESS

  # ZERO_ARCHDEF is used to enable architecture-specific code
  case "${ZERO_LIBARCH}" in
    i386)   ZERO_ARCHDEF=IA32  ;;
    ppc*)   ZERO_ARCHDEF=PPC   ;;
    s390*)  ZERO_ARCHDEF=S390  ;;
    sparc*) ZERO_ARCHDEF=SPARC ;;
    *)      ZERO_ARCHDEF=$(echo "${ZERO_LIBARCH}" | tr a-z A-Z)
  esac
  export ZERO_ARCHDEF

  # ZERO_ARCHFLAG tells the compiler which mode to build for
  case "${ZERO_LIBARCH}" in
    s390)
      ZERO_ARCHFLAG="-m31"
      ;;
    *)
      ZERO_ARCHFLAG="-m${ARCH_DATA_MODEL}"
  esac
  export ZERO_ARCHFLAG

  # LIBFFI_CFLAGS and LIBFFI_LIBS tell the compiler how to compile and
  # link against libffi
  pkgconfig=$(which pkg-config 2>/dev/null)
  if [ -x "${pkgconfig}" ] ; then
    if [ "${LIBFFI_CFLAGS}" = "" ] ; then
      LIBFFI_CFLAGS=$("${pkgconfig}" --cflags libffi)
    fi
    if [ "${LIBFFI_LIBS}" = "" ] ; then
      LIBFFI_LIBS=$("${pkgconfig}" --libs libffi)
    fi
  fi
  if [ "${LIBFFI_LIBS}" = "" ] ; then
      LIBFFI_LIBS="-lffi"
  fi
  export LIBFFI_CFLAGS
  export LIBFFI_LIBS

  # LLVM_CFLAGS, LLVM_LDFLAGS and LLVM_LIBS tell the compiler how to
  # compile and link against LLVM
  if [ "${SHARK_BUILD}" = true ] ; then
    if [ "${LLVM_CONFIG}" = "" ] ; then
      LLVM_CONFIG=$(which llvm-config 2>/dev/null)
    fi
    if [ ! -x "${LLVM_CONFIG}" ] ; then
      echo "ERROR: Unable to locate llvm-config"
      exit 1
    fi
    llvm_components="jit engine nativecodegen"

    unset LLVM_CFLAGS
    for flag in $("${LLVM_CONFIG}" --cxxflags $llvm_components); do
      if echo "${flag}" | grep -q '^-[ID]'; then
        if [ "${flag}" != "-D_DEBUG" ] ; then
          if [ "${LLVM_CFLAGS}" != "" ] ; then
            LLVM_CFLAGS="${LLVM_CFLAGS} "
          fi
          LLVM_CFLAGS="${LLVM_CFLAGS}${flag}"
        fi
      fi
    done
    llvm_version=$("${LLVM_CONFIG}" --version | sed 's/\.//; s/svn.*//')
    LLVM_CFLAGS="${LLVM_CFLAGS} -DSHARK_LLVM_VERSION=${llvm_version}"

    unset LLVM_LDFLAGS
    for flag in $("${LLVM_CONFIG}" --ldflags $llvm_components); do
      if echo "${flag}" | grep -q '^-L'; then
        if [ "${LLVM_LDFLAGS}" != "" ] ; then
          LLVM_LDFLAGS="${LLVM_LDFLAGS} "
        fi
        LLVM_LDFLAGS="${LLVM_LDFLAGS}${flag}"
      fi
    done

    unset LLVM_LIBS
    for flag in $("${LLVM_CONFIG}" --libs $llvm_components); do
      if echo "${flag}" | grep -q '^-l'; then
        if [ "${LLVM_LIBS}" != "" ] ; then
          LLVM_LIBS="${LLVM_LIBS} "
        fi
        LLVM_LIBS="${LLVM_LIBS}${flag}"
      fi
    done

    export LLVM_CFLAGS
    export LLVM_LDFLAGS
    export LLVM_LIBS
  fi
fi

# Export variables for system zlib
# ZLIB_CFLAGS and ZLIB_LIBS tell the compiler how to compile and
# link against zlib
pkgconfig=$(which pkg-config 2>/dev/null)
if [ -x "${pkgconfig}" ] ; then
  if [ "${ZLIB_CFLAGS}" = "" ] ; then
    ZLIB_CFLAGS=$("${pkgconfig}" --cflags zlib)
  fi
  if [ "${ZLIB_LIBS}" = "" ] ; then
    ZLIB_LIBS=$("${pkgconfig}" --libs zlib)
  fi
fi
if [ "${ZLIB_LIBS}" = "" ] ; then
    ZLIB_LIBS="-lz"
fi
export ZLIB_CFLAGS
export ZLIB_LIBS