changeset 720:67a2f5ba5582

6684007: PrintAssembly plugin not available for linux or windows Reviewed-by: rasbold, jrose, twisti
author never
date Wed, 15 Apr 2009 09:53:54 -0700
parents 6e33bfd4139b
children 1b42d5772ae0
files .hgignore make/windows/makefiles/vm.make src/share/tools/MakeDeps/BuildConfig.java src/share/tools/hsdis/Makefile src/share/tools/hsdis/README src/share/tools/hsdis/hsdis-demo.c src/share/tools/hsdis/hsdis.c
diffstat 7 files changed, 132 insertions(+), 115 deletions(-) [+]
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--- a/.hgignore	Tue Apr 14 12:25:54 2009 -0700
+++ b/.hgignore	Wed Apr 15 09:53:54 2009 -0700
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 ^build/
 ^dist/
 ^nbproject/private/
-^src/share/tools/hsdis/bin/
+^src/share/tools/hsdis/build/
 ^src/share/tools/IdealGraphVisualizer/[a-zA-Z0-9]*/build/
 ^src/share/tools/IdealGraphVisualizer/build/
 ^src/share/tools/IdealGraphVisualizer/dist/
--- a/make/windows/makefiles/vm.make	Tue Apr 14 12:25:54 2009 -0700
+++ b/make/windows/makefiles/vm.make	Wed Apr 15 09:53:54 2009 -0700
@@ -55,10 +55,16 @@
 CPP_FLAGS=$(CPP_FLAGS) /D "COMPILER1" /D "COMPILER2"
 !endif
 
+!if "$(BUILDARCH)" == "i486"
+HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH=i386
+!else
+HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH=$(BUILDARCH)
+!endif
+
 # The following variables are defined in the generated local.make file.
 CPP_FLAGS=$(CPP_FLAGS) /D "HOTSPOT_RELEASE_VERSION=\"$(HS_BUILD_VER)\""
 CPP_FLAGS=$(CPP_FLAGS) /D "JRE_RELEASE_VERSION=\"$(JRE_RELEASE_VER)\""
-CPP_FLAGS=$(CPP_FLAGS) /D "HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH=\"$(BUILDARCH)\""
+CPP_FLAGS=$(CPP_FLAGS) /D "HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH=\"$(HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH)\""
 CPP_FLAGS=$(CPP_FLAGS) /D "HOTSPOT_BUILD_TARGET=\"$(BUILD_FLAVOR)\""
 CPP_FLAGS=$(CPP_FLAGS) /D "HOTSPOT_BUILD_USER=\"$(BuildUser)\""
 CPP_FLAGS=$(CPP_FLAGS) /D "HOTSPOT_VM_DISTRO=\"$(HOTSPOT_VM_DISTRO)\""
--- a/src/share/tools/MakeDeps/BuildConfig.java	Tue Apr 14 12:25:54 2009 -0700
+++ b/src/share/tools/MakeDeps/BuildConfig.java	Wed Apr 15 09:53:54 2009 -0700
@@ -247,7 +247,7 @@
         sysDefines.add("HOTSPOT_BUILD_USER="+System.getProperty("user.name"));
         sysDefines.add("HOTSPOT_BUILD_TARGET=\\\""+get("Build")+"\\\"");
         sysDefines.add("_JNI_IMPLEMENTATION_");
-        sysDefines.add("HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH=\\\"i486\\\"");
+        sysDefines.add("HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH=\\\"i386\\\"");
 
         sysDefines.addAll(defines);
 
--- a/src/share/tools/hsdis/Makefile	Tue Apr 14 12:25:54 2009 -0700
+++ b/src/share/tools/hsdis/Makefile	Wed Apr 15 09:53:54 2009 -0700
@@ -22,61 +22,75 @@
 #  
 #
 
-# Single gnu makefile for solaris, linux and windows (windows requires mks or
-# cygwin).
-
-ifeq            ($(BINUTILS),)
-# Pop all the way out of the workspace to look for binutils.
-# ...You probably want to override this setting.
-BINUTILS	= $(shell cd ../../../../..;pwd)/binutils-2.17-$(LIBARCH)
-endif
+# Single gnu makefile for solaris, linux and windows (windows requires cygwin and mingw)
 
 # Default arch; it is changed below as needed.
 ARCH		= i386
 OS		= $(shell uname)
 
-CPPFLAGS	+= -I$(BINUTILS)/include -I$(BINUTILS)/bfd
-CPPFLAGS	+= -DHOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH=\"$(LIBARCH)\" -DLIBARCH_$(LIBARCH)
-CPPFLAGS	+= -DHOTSPOT_OS=\"$(OS)\" -DOS_$(OS)
-
 ## OS = SunOS ##
 ifeq		($(OS),SunOS)
-ARCH    	= $(shell uname -p)
+CPU             = $(shell uname -p)
+ARCH1=$(CPU:i586=i386)
+ARCH=$(ARCH1:i686=i386)
 OS		= solaris
 CC 		= cc
-CCFLAGS		+= -Kpic -g
-CCFLAGS/amd64   += -xarch=amd64
-CCFLAGS/sparcv9 += -xarch=v9
-CCFLAGS		+= $(CCFLAGS/$(LIBARCH))
+CFLAGS		+= -KPIC
+ifdef LP64
+ifeq ($(ARCH),sparc)
+ARCH            = sparcv9
+endif
+ifeq ($(ARCH),i386)
+ARCH            = amd64
+endif
+endif
+CFLAGS/sparcv9	+= -xarch=v9
+CFLAGS/amd64	+= -m64
+CFLAGS		+= $(CFLAGS/$(ARCH))
 DLDFLAGS	+= -G
+LDFLAGS         += -ldl
 OUTFLAGS	+= -o $@
 LIB_EXT		= .so
 else
 ## OS = Linux ##
 ifeq		($(OS),Linux)
+ifneq           ($(MINGW),)
+LIB_EXT		= .dll
+CPPFLAGS += -I$(TARGET_DIR)/include
+LDFLAGS += -L$(TARGET_DIR)/lib
+OS=windows
+ifneq           ($(findstring x86_64-,$(MINGW)),)
+ARCH=amd64
+else
+ARCH=i386
+endif
+CC 		= $(MINGW)-gcc
+CONFIGURE_ARGS= --host=$(MINGW) --target=$(MINGW)
+else
 CPU             = $(shell uname -m)
-ifeq		($(CPU),ia64)
-ARCH    	= ia64
-else
-ifeq		($(CPU),x86_64)
-CCFLAGS		+= -fPIC
-endif   # x86_64
-endif   # ia64
+ARCH1=$(CPU:x86_64=amd64)
+ARCH=$(ARCH1:i686=i386)
+CFLAGS/i386	+= -m32
+CFLAGS/sparc	+= -m32
+CFLAGS/sparcv9	+= -m64
+CFLAGS/amd64	+= -m64
+CFLAGS		+= $(CFLAGS/$(ARCH))
+CFLAGS		+= -fPIC
 OS		= linux
+LIB_EXT		= .so
 CC 		= gcc
-CCFLAGS		+= -O
+endif
+CFLAGS		+= -O
 DLDFLAGS	+= -shared
+LDFLAGS         += -ldl
 OUTFLAGS	+= -o $@
-LIB_EXT		= .so
-CPPFLAGS	+= -Iinclude -Iinclude/$(OS)_$(ARCH)/
 ## OS = Windows ##
 else   # !SunOS, !Linux => Windows
-OS		= win
-CC		= cl
+OS		= windows
+CC		= gcc
 #CPPFLAGS	+= /D"WIN32" /D"_WINDOWS" /D"DEBUG" /D"NDEBUG"
-CCFLAGS		+=  /nologo /MD /W3 /WX /O2 /Fo$(@:.dll=.obj) /Gi-
-CCFLAGS		+= -Iinclude -Iinclude/gnu -Iinclude/$(OS)_$(ARCH)
-CCFLAGS		+= /D"HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH=\"$(LIBARCH)\""
+CFLAGS		+=  /nologo /MD /W3 /WX /O2 /Fo$(@:.dll=.obj) /Gi-
+CFLAGS		+= LIBARCH=\"$(LIBARCH)\""
 DLDFLAGS	+= /dll /subsystem:windows /incremental:no \
 			/export:decode_instruction
 OUTFLAGS	+= /link /out:$@
@@ -94,21 +108,34 @@
 endif   # LIBARCH64/$(ARCH)
 endif   # LP64
 
-TARGET_DIR	= bin/$(OS)
+JDKARCH=$(LIBARCH:i386=i586)
+
+ifeq            ($(BINUTILS),)
+# Pop all the way out of the workspace to look for binutils.
+# ...You probably want to override this setting.
+BINUTILSDIR	= $(shell cd build/binutils;pwd)
+else
+BINUTILSDIR	= $(shell cd $(BINUTILS);pwd)
+endif
+
+CPPFLAGS	+= -I$(BINUTILSDIR)/include -I$(BINUTILS)/bfd -I$(TARGET_DIR)/bfd
+CPPFLAGS	+= -DLIBARCH_$(LIBARCH) -DLIBARCH=\"$(LIBARCH)\" -DLIB_EXT=\"$(LIB_EXT)\"
+
+TARGET_DIR	= build/$(OS)-$(JDKARCH)
 TARGET		= $(TARGET_DIR)/hsdis-$(LIBARCH)$(LIB_EXT)
 
 SOURCE		= hsdis.c
 
-LIBRARIES =	$(BINUTILS)/bfd/libbfd.a \
-		$(BINUTILS)/opcodes/libopcodes.a \
-		$(BINUTILS)/libiberty/libiberty.a
+LIBRARIES =	$(TARGET_DIR)/bfd/libbfd.a \
+		$(TARGET_DIR)/opcodes/libopcodes.a \
+		$(TARGET_DIR)/libiberty/libiberty.a
 
-DEMO_TARGET	= $(TARGET_DIR)/hsdis-demo-$(LIBARCH)
+DEMO_TARGET	= $(TARGET_DIR)/hsdis-demo
 DEMO_SOURCE	= hsdis-demo.c
 
 .PHONY:  all clean demo both
 
-all:  $(TARGET) demo
+all:  $(TARGET)
 
 both: all all64
 
@@ -117,16 +144,17 @@
 
 demo: $(TARGET) $(DEMO_TARGET)
 
-$(LIBRARIES):
-	@echo "*** Please build binutils first; see ./README: ***"
-	@sed < ./README '1,/__________/d' | head -20
-	@echo "..."; exit 1
+$(LIBRARIES): $(TARGET_DIR) $(TARGET_DIR)/Makefile
+	if [ ! -f $@ ]; then cd $(TARGET_DIR); make all-opcodes; fi
+
+$(TARGET_DIR)/Makefile:
+	(cd $(TARGET_DIR); CC=$(CC) CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)" $(BINUTILSDIR)/configure --disable-nls $(CONFIGURE_ARGS))
 
 $(TARGET): $(SOURCE) $(LIBS) $(LIBRARIES) $(TARGET_DIR)
-	$(CC) $(OUTFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(CCFLAGS) $(SOURCE) $(DLDFLAGS) $(LIBRARIES)
+	$(CC) $(OUTFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(SOURCE) $(DLDFLAGS) $(LIBRARIES)
 
 $(DEMO_TARGET): $(DEMO_SOURCE) $(TARGET) $(TARGET_DIR)
-	$(CC) $(OUTFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(CCFLAGS) $(DEMO_SOURCE) $(LDFLAGS)
+	$(CC) $(OUTFLAGS) -DTARGET_DIR=\"$(TARGET_DIR)\" $(CPPFLAGS) -g $(CFLAGS/$(ARCH)) $(DEMO_SOURCE) $(LDFLAGS)
 
 $(TARGET_DIR):
 	[ -d $@ ] || mkdir -p $@
--- a/src/share/tools/hsdis/README	Tue Apr 14 12:25:54 2009 -0700
+++ b/src/share/tools/hsdis/README	Wed Apr 15 09:53:54 2009 -0700
@@ -32,61 +32,55 @@
 
 * Building
 
-To build this project you need a build of Gnu binutils to link against.
-It is known to work with binutils 2.17.
+To build this project you a copy of GNU binutils to build against.  It
+is known to work with binutils 2.17 and binutils 2.19.1.  Download a
+copy of the software from http://directory.fsf.org/project/binutils or
+one of it's mirrors.  Builds targetting windows should use at least
+2.19 and currently requires the use of a cross compiler.
 
-The makefile looks for this build in $BINUTILS, or (if that is not set),
-in  .../binutils-2.17-$LIBARCH, where LIBARCH (as in HotSpot) is one of
-the jre subdirectory keywords i386, amd64, sparc, sparcv9, etc.
+The makefile looks for the sources in build/binutils or you can
+specify it's location to the makefile using BINTUILS=path.  It will
+configure binutils and build it first and then build and link the
+disasembly adapter.  Make all will build the default target for your
+platform.  If you platform support both 32 and 64 simultaneously then
+"make both" will build them both at once.  "make all64" will
+explicitly build the 64 bit version.  By default this will build the
+disassembler library only.  If you build demo it will build a demo
+program that attempts to exercise the library.
 
-To build Gnu binutils, first download a copy of the software:
-  http://directory.fsf.org/project/binutils/
+Windows
 
-Unpack the binutils tarball into an empty directory:
-  chdir ../../../../..
-  tar -xzf - < ../binutils-2.17.tar.gz
-  mv binutils-2.17 binutils-2.17-i386  #or binutils-2.17-sparc
-  cd binutils-2.17-i386
+In theory this should be buildable on Windows but getting a working
+GNU build environment on Windows has proven difficult.  MINGW should
+be able to do it but at the time of this writing I was unable to get
+this working.  Instead you can use the mingw cross compiler on linux
+to produce the windows binaries.  For 32-bit windows you can install
+mingw32 using your package manager and it will be added to your path
+automatically.  For 64-bit you need to download the 64 bit mingw from
+http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw-w64.  Grab a copy of the
+complete toolchain and unpack it somewhere.  Put the bin directory of
+the toolchain in your path.  The mingw installs contain cross compile
+versions of gcc that are named with a prefix to indicate what they are
+targetting and you must tell the Makefile which one to use.  This
+should either be i586-mingw32msvc or x86_64-pc-mingw32 depending on
+which on you are targetting and there should be a version of gcc in
+your path named i586-mingw32msvc-gcc or x86_64-pc-mingw32-gcc.  Tell
+the makefile what prefix to use to find the mingw tools by using
+MINGW=.  For example:
 
-From inside that directory, run configure and make:
-  ( export CFLAGS='-fPIC'
-    ./configure i386-pc-elf )
-  gnumake
+make MINGW=i586-mingw32msvc BINTUILS=build/binutils-2.19.1
 
-(Leave out or change the argument to configure if not on an i386 system.)
-
-Next, untar again into another empty directory for the LP64 version:
-  chdir ..
-  tar -xzf - < ../binutils-2.17.tar.gz
-  mv binutils-2.17 binutils-2.17-amd64  #or binutils-2.17-sparcv9
-  cd binutils-2.17-amd64
-
-From inside that directory, run configure for LP64 and make:
-  ( export ac_cv_c_bigendian=no CFLAGS='-m64 -fPIC' LDFLAGS=-m64
-    ./configure amd64-pc-elf )
-  gnumake
-
-The -fPIC option is needed because the generated code will be
-linked into the hsdid-$LIBARCH.so binary.  If you miss the
-option, the JVM will fail to load the disassembler.
-
-You probably want two builds, one for 32 and one for 64 bits.
-To build the 64-bit variation of a platforn, add LP64=1 to
-the make command line for hsdis.
-
-So, go back to the hsdis project and build:
-  chdir .../hsdis
-  gnumake
-  gnumake LP64=1
+will build the Win32 cross compiled version of hsdis based on 2.19.1.
 
 * Installing
 
-Products are named like bin/$OS/hsdis-$LIBARCH.so.
-You can install them on your LD_LIBRARY_PATH,
-or inside of your JRE next to $LIBARCH/libjvm.so.
+Products are named like build/$OS-$LIBARCH/hsdis-$LIBARCH.so.  You can
+install them on your LD_LIBRARY_PATH, or inside of your JRE next to
+$LIBARCH/libjvm.so.
 
 Now test:
-  export LD_LIBRARY_PATH .../hsdis/bin/solaris:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
+
+  export LD_LIBRARY_PATH .../hsdis/build/$OS-$LIBARCH:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
   dargs='-XX:+UnlockDiagnosticVMOptions -XX:+PrintAssembly'
   dargs=$dargs' -XX:PrintAssemblyOptions=hsdis-print-bytes'
   java $dargs -Xbatch CompileCommand=print,*String.hashCode HelloWorld
--- a/src/share/tools/hsdis/hsdis-demo.c	Tue Apr 14 12:25:54 2009 -0700
+++ b/src/share/tools/hsdis/hsdis-demo.c	Wed Apr 15 09:53:54 2009 -0700
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@
       else if (!strncmp(arg, "-options=", 9))
         options = arg+9;
       else
-        { printf("Usage: %s [-xml] [name...]\n"); exit(2); }
+        { printf("Usage: %s [-xml] [name...]\n", av[0]); exit(2); }
       continue;
     }
     greet(arg);
@@ -76,26 +76,14 @@
 
 #include "dlfcn.h"
 
-#ifdef HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH
-#define LIBARCH HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH
-#endif
-#ifdef HOTSPOT_OS
-#define OS HOTSPOT_OS
-#endif
-
 #define DECODE_INSTRUCTIONS_NAME "decode_instructions"
 #define HSDIS_NAME               "hsdis"
 static void* decode_instructions_pv = 0;
 static const char* hsdis_path[] = {
-  HSDIS_NAME".so",
-#ifdef OS
-  "bin/"OS"/"HSDIS_NAME".so",
-#endif
-#ifdef LIBARCH
-  HSDIS_NAME"-"LIBARCH".so",
-#ifdef OS
-  "bin/"OS"/"HSDIS_NAME"-"LIBARCH".so",
-#endif
+  HSDIS_NAME"-"LIBARCH LIB_EXT,
+  "./" HSDIS_NAME"-"LIBARCH LIB_EXT,
+#ifdef TARGET_DIR
+  TARGET_DIR"/"HSDIS_NAME"-"LIBARCH LIB_EXT,
 #endif
   NULL
 };
@@ -112,7 +100,7 @@
     for (dllib = NULL; dllib == NULL; ) {
       const char* next_lib = (*next_in_path++);
       if (next_lib == NULL)
-        return "cannot find plugin "HSDIS_NAME".so";
+        return "cannot find plugin "HSDIS_NAME LIB_EXT;
       dllib = dlopen(next_lib, RTLD_LAZY);
     }
   }
--- a/src/share/tools/hsdis/hsdis.c	Tue Apr 14 12:25:54 2009 -0700
+++ b/src/share/tools/hsdis/hsdis.c	Wed Apr 15 09:53:54 2009 -0700
@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@
 #include <libiberty.h>
 #include <bfd.h>
 #include <dis-asm.h>
+#include <inttypes.h>
 
 #ifndef bool
 #define bool int
@@ -404,21 +405,21 @@
 }
 
 static const char* native_arch_name() {
-  const char* res = HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH;
+  const char* res = NULL;
+#ifdef LIBARCH_i386
+    res = "i386";
+#endif
 #ifdef LIBARCH_amd64
     res = "i386:x86-64";
 #endif
 #ifdef LIBARCH_sparc
     res = "sparc:v8plusb";
 #endif
-#ifdef LIBARCH_sparc
-    res = "sparc:v8plusb";
-#endif
 #ifdef LIBARCH_sparcv9
     res = "sparc:v9b";
 #endif
   if (res == NULL)
-    res = "HOTSPOT_LIB_ARCH is not set in Makefile!";
+    res = "architecture not set in Makefile!";
   return res;
 }