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7141242: build-infra merge: Rename CPP->CXX and LINK->LD Summary: Cleaned up make variables for compilers and linker to consistently use CXX for C++ compiler, CC for C compiler and LD for linker. Reviewed-by: dholmes, ohrstrom
author erikj
date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 09:14:22 +0100
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set -e

# This shell script echoes "MSC_VER=<munged version of cl>"
# It ignores the micro version component.
# Examples:
# cl version 12.00.8804 returns "MSC_VER=1200"
# cl version 13.10.3077 returns "MSC_VER=1310"
# cl version 14.00.30701 returns "MSC_VER=1399" (OLD_MSSDK version)
# cl version 14.00.40310.41 returns "MSC_VER=1400"
# cl version 15.00.21022.8 returns "MSC_VER=1500"

# Note that we currently do not have a way to set HotSpotMksHome in
# the batch build, but so far this has not seemed to be a problem. The
# reason this environment variable is necessary is that it seems that
# Windows truncates very long PATHs when executing shells like MKS's
# sh, and it has been found that sometimes `which sh` fails.

if [ "x$HotSpotMksHome" != "x" ]; then
  TOOL_DIR="$HotSpotMksHome"
else
  # HotSpotMksHome is not set so use the directory that contains "sh".
  # This works with both MKS and Cygwin.
  SH=`which sh`
  TOOL_DIR=`dirname "$SH"`
fi

DIRNAME="$TOOL_DIR/dirname"
HEAD="$TOOL_DIR/head"
ECHO="$TOOL_DIR/echo"
EXPR="$TOOL_DIR/expr"
CUT="$TOOL_DIR/cut"
SED="$TOOL_DIR/sed"

if [ "x$FORCE_MSC_VER" != "x" ]; then
  echo "MSC_VER=$FORCE_MSC_VER"
else
  MSC_VER_RAW=`cl 2>&1 | "$HEAD" -n 1 | "$SED" 's/.*Version[\ ]*\([0-9][0-9.]*\).*/\1/'`
  MSC_VER_MAJOR=`"$ECHO" $MSC_VER_RAW | "$CUT" -d'.' -f1`
  MSC_VER_MINOR=`"$ECHO" $MSC_VER_RAW | "$CUT" -d'.' -f2`
  MSC_VER_MICRO=`"$ECHO" $MSC_VER_RAW | "$CUT" -d'.' -f3`
  if [ "${MSC_VER_MAJOR}" -eq 14 -a "${MSC_VER_MINOR}" -eq 0 -a "${MSC_VER_MICRO}" -eq 30701 ] ; then
    # This said 1400 but it was really more like VS2003 (VC7) in terms of options
    MSC_VER=1399
  else
    MSC_VER=`"$EXPR" $MSC_VER_MAJOR \* 100 + $MSC_VER_MINOR`
  fi
  echo "MSC_VER=$MSC_VER"
  echo "MSC_VER_RAW=$MSC_VER_RAW"
fi

if [ "x$FORCE_LD_VER" != "x" ]; then
  echo "LD_VER=$FORCE_LD_VER"
else
  # use the "link" command that is co-located with the "cl" command
  cl_cmd=`which cl`
  if [ "x$cl_cmd" != "x" ]; then
    link_cmd=`$DIRNAME "$cl_cmd"`/link
  else
    # which can't find "cl" so just use which ever "link" we find
    link_cmd="link"
  fi
  LD_VER_RAW=`"$link_cmd" 2>&1 | "$HEAD" -n 1 | "$SED" 's/.*Version[\ ]*\([0-9][0-9.]*\).*/\1/'`
  LD_VER_MAJOR=`"$ECHO" $LD_VER_RAW | "$CUT" -d'.' -f1`
  LD_VER_MINOR=`"$ECHO" $LD_VER_RAW | "$CUT" -d'.' -f2`
  LD_VER_MICRO=`"$ECHO" $LD_VER_RAW | "$CUT" -d'.' -f3`
  LD_VER=`"$EXPR" $LD_VER_MAJOR \* 100 + $LD_VER_MINOR`
  echo "LD_VER=$LD_VER"
  echo "LD_VER_RAW=$LD_VER_RAW"
fi