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AC_DEFUN([TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_VISUAL_STUDIO_ROOT],
[
  if test "x$VS_ENV_CMD" = x; then
    VS100BASE="$1"
    METHOD="$2"
    BASIC_WINDOWS_REWRITE_AS_UNIX_PATH(VS100BASE)
    if test -d "$VS100BASE"; then
      if test -f "$VS100BASE/$VCVARSFILE"; then
        AC_MSG_NOTICE([Found Visual Studio installation at $VS100BASE using $METHOD])
        VS_ENV_CMD="$VS100BASE/$VCVARSFILE"
      else
        AC_MSG_NOTICE([Found Visual Studio installation at $VS100BASE using $METHOD])
        AC_MSG_NOTICE([Warning: $VCVARSFILE is missing, this is probably Visual Studio Express. Ignoring])
      fi
    fi
  fi
])

AC_DEFUN([TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_WIN_SDK_ROOT],
[
  if test "x$VS_ENV_CMD" = x; then
    WIN_SDK_BASE="$1"
    METHOD="$2"
    BASIC_WINDOWS_REWRITE_AS_UNIX_PATH(WIN_SDK_BASE)
    if test -d "$WIN_SDK_BASE"; then
      # There have been cases of partial or broken SDK installations. A missing
      # lib dir is not going to work.
      if test ! -d "$WIN_SDK_BASE/../lib"; then
        AC_MSG_NOTICE([Found Windows SDK installation at $WIN_SDK_BASE using $METHOD])
        AC_MSG_NOTICE([Warning: Installation is broken, lib dir is missing. Ignoring])
      elif test -f "$WIN_SDK_BASE/SetEnv.Cmd"; then
        AC_MSG_NOTICE([Found Windows SDK installation at $WIN_SDK_BASE using $METHOD])
        VS_ENV_CMD="$WIN_SDK_BASE/SetEnv.Cmd"
        if test "x$OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_BITS" = x32; then
          VS_ENV_ARGS="/x86"
        else
          VS_ENV_ARGS="/x64"
        fi
      else
        AC_MSG_NOTICE([Found Windows SDK installation at $WIN_SDK_BASE using $METHOD])
        AC_MSG_NOTICE([Warning: Installation is broken, SetEnv.Cmd is missing. Ignoring])
      fi
    fi
  fi
])

AC_DEFUN([TOOLCHAIN_FIND_VISUAL_STUDIO_BAT_FILE],
[
  if test "x$OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_BITS" = x32; then
    VCVARSFILE="vc/bin/vcvars32.bat"
  else
    VCVARSFILE="vc/bin/amd64/vcvars64.bat"
  fi

  VS_ENV_CMD=""
  VS_ENV_ARGS=""
  if test "x$with_toolsdir" != x; then
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_VISUAL_STUDIO_ROOT([$with_toolsdir/../..], [--with-tools-dir])
  fi

  if test "x$with_toolsdir" != x && test "x$VS_ENV_CMD" = x; then
    # Having specified an argument which is incorrect will produce an instant failure;
    # we should not go on looking
    AC_MSG_NOTICE([The path given by --with-tools-dir does not contain a valid Visual Studio installation])
    AC_MSG_NOTICE([Please point to the VC/bin directory within the Visual Studio installation])
    AC_MSG_ERROR([Cannot locate a valid Visual Studio installation])
  fi

  if test "x$VS100COMNTOOLS" != x; then
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_VISUAL_STUDIO_ROOT([$VS100COMNTOOLS/../..], [VS100COMNTOOLS variable])
  fi
  if test "x$PROGRAMFILES" != x; then
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_VISUAL_STUDIO_ROOT([$PROGRAMFILES/Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0], [well-known name])
  fi
  TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_VISUAL_STUDIO_ROOT([C:/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0], [well-known name])
  TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_VISUAL_STUDIO_ROOT([C:/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0], [well-known name])

  if test "x$ProgramW6432" != x; then
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_WIN_SDK_ROOT([$ProgramW6432/Microsoft SDKs/Windows/v7.1/Bin], [well-known name])
  fi
  if test "x$PROGRAMW6432" != x; then
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_WIN_SDK_ROOT([$PROGRAMW6432/Microsoft SDKs/Windows/v7.1/Bin], [well-known name])
  fi
  if test "x$PROGRAMFILES" != x; then
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_WIN_SDK_ROOT([$PROGRAMFILES/Microsoft SDKs/Windows/v7.1/Bin], [well-known name])
  fi
  TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_WIN_SDK_ROOT([C:/Program Files/Microsoft SDKs/Windows/v7.1/Bin], [well-known name])
  TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_WIN_SDK_ROOT([C:/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft SDKs/Windows/v7.1/Bin], [well-known name])
])

# Check if the VS env variables were setup prior to running configure.
# If not, then find vcvarsall.bat and run it automatically, and integrate
# the set env variables into the spec file.
AC_DEFUN([TOOLCHAIN_SETUP_VISUAL_STUDIO_ENV],
[
  # Store path to cygwin link.exe to help excluding it when searching for
  # VS linker. This must be done before changing the PATH when looking for VS.
  AC_PATH_PROG(CYGWIN_LINK, link)
  if test "x$CYGWIN_LINK" != x; then
    AC_MSG_CHECKING([if the first found link.exe is actually the Cygwin link tool])
    "$CYGWIN_LINK" --version > /dev/null
    if test $? -eq 0 ; then
      AC_MSG_RESULT([yes])
    else
      AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
      # This might be the VS linker. Don't exclude it later on.
      CYGWIN_LINK=""
    fi
  fi

  # First-hand choice is to locate and run the vsvars bat file.
  TOOLCHAIN_FIND_VISUAL_STUDIO_BAT_FILE
  if test "x$VS_ENV_CMD" != x; then
    # We have found a Visual Studio environment on disk, let's extract variables from the vsvars bat file.
    BASIC_FIXUP_EXECUTABLE(VS_ENV_CMD)

    # Lets extract the variables that are set by vcvarsall.bat/vsvars32.bat/vsvars64.bat
    AC_MSG_NOTICE([Trying to extract Visual Studio environment variables])
    cd $OUTPUT_ROOT
    # FIXME: The code betweeen ---- was inlined from a separate script and is not properly adapted
    # to autoconf standards.

    #----

    # Cannot use the VS10 setup script directly (since it only updates the DOS subshell environment)
    # but calculate the difference in Cygwin environment before/after running it and then
    # apply the diff.

    if test "x$OPENJDK_BUILD_OS_ENV" = xwindows.cygwin; then
      _vs10varsall=`cygpath -a -m -s "$VS_ENV_CMD"`
      _dosvs10varsall=`cygpath -a -w -s $_vs10varsall`
      _dosbash=`cygpath -a -w -s \`which bash\`.*`
    else
      _dosvs10varsall=`cmd //c echo $VS_ENV_CMD`
      _dosbash=`cmd //c echo \`which bash\``
    fi

    # generate the set of exported vars before/after the vs10 setup
    $ECHO "@echo off"                                           >  localdevenvtmp.bat
    $ECHO "$_dosbash -c \"export -p\" > localdevenvtmp.export0" >> localdevenvtmp.bat
    $ECHO "call $_dosvs10varsall $VS_ENV_ARGS"                  >> localdevenvtmp.bat
    $ECHO "$_dosbash -c \"export -p\" > localdevenvtmp.export1" >> localdevenvtmp.bat

    # Now execute the newly created bat file.
    # The | cat is to stop SetEnv.Cmd to mess with system colors on msys
    cmd /c localdevenvtmp.bat | cat

    # apply the diff (less some non-vs10 vars named by "!")
    $SORT localdevenvtmp.export0 | $GREP -v "!" > localdevenvtmp.export0.sort
    $SORT localdevenvtmp.export1 | $GREP -v "!" > localdevenvtmp.export1.sort
    $COMM -1 -3 localdevenvtmp.export0.sort localdevenvtmp.export1.sort > localdevenv.sh

    # cleanup
    $RM localdevenvtmp*
    #----
    cd $CURDIR
    if test ! -s $OUTPUT_ROOT/localdevenv.sh; then
      AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
      AC_MSG_NOTICE([Could not succesfully extract the envionment variables needed for the VS setup.])
      AC_MSG_NOTICE([Try setting --with-tools-dir to the VC/bin directory within the VS installation])
      AC_MSG_NOTICE([or run "bash.exe -l" from a VS command prompt and then run configure from there.])
      AC_MSG_ERROR([Cannot continue])
    fi

    # Now set all paths and other env variables. This will allow the rest of
    # the configure script to find and run the compiler in the proper way.
    AC_MSG_NOTICE([Setting extracted environment variables])
    . $OUTPUT_ROOT/localdevenv.sh
  else
    # We did not find a vsvars bat file, let's hope we are run from a VS command prompt.
    AC_MSG_NOTICE([Cannot locate a valid Visual Studio installation, checking current environment])
  fi

  # At this point, we should have corrent variables in the environment, or we can't continue.
  AC_MSG_CHECKING([for Visual Studio variables])

  if test "x$VCINSTALLDIR" != x || test "x$WindowsSDKDir" != x || test "x$WINDOWSSDKDIR" != x; then
    if test "x$INCLUDE" = x || test "x$LIB" = x; then
      AC_MSG_RESULT([present but broken])
      AC_MSG_ERROR([Your VC command prompt seems broken, INCLUDE and/or LIB is missing.])
    else
      AC_MSG_RESULT([ok])
      # Remove any trailing \ from INCLUDE and LIB to avoid trouble in spec.gmk.
      VS_INCLUDE=`$ECHO "$INCLUDE" | $SED 's/\\\\$//'`
      VS_LIB=`$ECHO "$LIB" | $SED 's/\\\\$//'`
      # Remove any paths containing # (typically F#) as that messes up make
      PATH=`$ECHO "$PATH" | $SED 's/[[^:#]]*#[^:]*://g'`
      VS_PATH="$PATH"
      AC_SUBST(VS_INCLUDE)
      AC_SUBST(VS_LIB)
      AC_SUBST(VS_PATH)
    fi
  else
    AC_MSG_RESULT([not found])

    if test "x$VS_ENV_CMD" = x; then
      AC_MSG_NOTICE([Cannot locate a valid Visual Studio or Windows SDK installation on disk,])
      AC_MSG_NOTICE([nor is this script run from a Visual Studio command prompt.])
    else
      AC_MSG_NOTICE([Running the extraction script failed.])
    fi
    AC_MSG_NOTICE([Try setting --with-tools-dir to the VC/bin directory within the VS installation])
    AC_MSG_NOTICE([or run "bash.exe -l" from a VS command prompt and then run configure from there.])
    AC_MSG_ERROR([Cannot continue])
  fi
])

AC_DEFUN([TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL],
[
  POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL="$1"
  METHOD="$2"
  if test -e "$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL"; then
    AC_MSG_NOTICE([Found msvcr100.dll at $POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL using $METHOD])
    
    # Need to check if the found msvcr is correct architecture
    AC_MSG_CHECKING([found msvcr100.dll architecture])
    MSVCR_DLL_FILETYPE=`$FILE -b "$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL"`
    if test "x$OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_BITS" = x32; then
      CORRECT_MSVCR_ARCH=386
    else
      CORRECT_MSVCR_ARCH=x86-64
    fi
    if $ECHO "$MSVCR_DLL_FILETYPE" | $GREP $CORRECT_MSVCR_ARCH 2>&1 > /dev/null; then
      AC_MSG_RESULT([ok])
      MSVCR_DLL="$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL"
      AC_MSG_CHECKING([for msvcr100.dll])
      AC_MSG_RESULT([$MSVCR_DLL])
    else
      AC_MSG_RESULT([incorrect, ignoring])
      AC_MSG_NOTICE([The file type of the located msvcr100.dll is $MSVCR_DLL_FILETYPE])
    fi
  fi
])

AC_DEFUN([TOOLCHAIN_SETUP_MSVCR_DLL],
[
  AC_ARG_WITH(msvcr-dll, [AS_HELP_STRING([--with-msvcr-dll],
      [copy this msvcr100.dll into the built JDK (Windows only) @<:@probed@:>@])])

  if test "x$with_msvcr_dll" != x; then
    # If given explicitely by user, do not probe. If not present, fail directly.
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL([$with_msvcr_dll], [--with-msvcr-dll])
    if test "x$MSVCR_DLL" = x; then
      AC_MSG_ERROR([Could not find a proper msvcr100.dll as specified by --with-msvcr-dll])
    fi
  fi
  
  if test "x$MSVCR_DLL" = x; then
    # Probe: Using well-known location from Visual Studio 10.0
    if test "x$VCINSTALLDIR" != x; then
      CYGWIN_VC_INSTALL_DIR="$VCINSTALLDIR"
      BASIC_WINDOWS_REWRITE_AS_UNIX_PATH(CYGWIN_VC_INSTALL_DIR)
      if test "x$OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_BITS" = x64; then
        POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL="$CYGWIN_VC_INSTALL_DIR/redist/x64/Microsoft.VC100.CRT/msvcr100.dll"
      else
        POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL="$CYGWIN_VC_INSTALL_DIR/redist/x86/Microsoft.VC100.CRT/msvcr100.dll"
      fi
      TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL([$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL], [well-known location in VCINSTALLDIR])
    fi
  fi

  if test "x$MSVCR_DLL" = x; then
    # Probe: Check in the Boot JDK directory.
    POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL="$BOOT_JDK/bin/msvcr100.dll"
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL([$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL], [well-known location in Boot JDK])
  fi
  
  if test "x$MSVCR_DLL" = x; then
    # Probe: Look in the Windows system32 directory 
    CYGWIN_SYSTEMROOT="$SYSTEMROOT"
    BASIC_WINDOWS_REWRITE_AS_UNIX_PATH(CYGWIN_SYSTEMROOT)
    POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL="$CYGWIN_SYSTEMROOT/system32/msvcr100.dll"
    TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL([$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL], [well-known location in SYSTEMROOT])
  fi

  if test "x$MSVCR_DLL" = x; then
    # Probe: If Visual Studio Express is installed, there is usually one with the debugger
    if test "x$VS100COMNTOOLS" != x; then
      CYGWIN_VS_TOOLS_DIR="$VS100COMNTOOLS/.."
      BASIC_WINDOWS_REWRITE_AS_UNIX_PATH(CYGWIN_VS_TOOLS_DIR)
      if test "x$OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_BITS" = x64; then
        POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL=`$FIND "$CYGWIN_VS_TOOLS_DIR" -name msvcr100.dll | $GREP -i /x64/ | $HEAD --lines 1`
      else
        POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL=`$FIND "$CYGWIN_VS_TOOLS_DIR" -name msvcr100.dll | $GREP -i /x86/ | $HEAD --lines 1`
      fi
      TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL([$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL], [search of VS100COMNTOOLS])
    fi
  fi
      
  if test "x$MSVCR_DLL" = x; then
    # Probe: Search wildly in the VCINSTALLDIR. We've probably lost by now.
    # (This was the original behaviour; kept since it might turn up something)
    if test "x$CYGWIN_VC_INSTALL_DIR" != x; then
      if test "x$OPENJDK_TARGET_CPU_BITS" = x64; then
        POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL=`$FIND "$CYGWIN_VC_INSTALL_DIR" -name msvcr100.dll | $GREP x64 | $HEAD --lines 1`
      else
        POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL=`$FIND "$CYGWIN_VC_INSTALL_DIR" -name msvcr100.dll | $GREP x86 | $GREP -v ia64 | $GREP -v x64 | $HEAD --lines 1`
        if test "x$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL" = x; then
          # We're grasping at straws now...
          POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL=`$FIND "$CYGWIN_VC_INSTALL_DIR" -name msvcr100.dll | $HEAD --lines 1`
        fi
      fi
      
      TOOLCHAIN_CHECK_POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL([$POSSIBLE_MSVCR_DLL], [search of VCINSTALLDIR])
    fi
  fi
  
  if test "x$MSVCR_DLL" = x; then
    AC_MSG_CHECKING([for msvcr100.dll])
    AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
    AC_MSG_ERROR([Could not find msvcr100.dll. Please specify using --with-msvcr-dll.])
  fi

  BASIC_FIXUP_PATH(MSVCR_DLL)
])