comparison make/linux/adlc_updater @ 475:284d0af00d53

6771309: debugging AD files is difficult without #line directives in generated code Summary: more and better #line and #define directives in the generated code; ADLC itself accepts #line directives Reviewed-by: never, kvn
author jrose
date Tue, 09 Dec 2008 12:41:26 -0800
parents a294fd0c4b38
children a50abfc67f31
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5 # paths, this file is copied to the target build directory before 5 # paths, this file is copied to the target build directory before
6 # use. 6 # use.
7 # 7 #
8 # adlc-updater <file> <source-dir> <target-dir> 8 # adlc-updater <file> <source-dir> <target-dir>
9 # 9 #
10 [ -f $3/$1 ] && cmp -s $2/$1 $3/$1 || \ 10 fix_lines() {
11 ( [ -f $3/$1 ]; echo Updating $3/$1 ; touch $2/made-change ; mv $2/$1 $3/$1 ) 11 # repair bare #line directives in $1 to refer to $2
12 awk < $1 > $1+ '
13 /^#line 999999$/ {print "#line " (NR+1) " \"" F2 "\""; next}
14 {print}
15 ' F2=$2
16 mv $1+ $1
17 }
18 [ -f $3/$1 ] && (fix_lines $2/$1 $3/$1; cmp -s $2/$1 $3/$1) || \
19 ( [ -f $3/$1 ] && echo Updating $3/$1 ; touch $2/made-change ; mv $2/$1 $3/$1 )