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authorGravatar Hanspeter Portner <dev@open-music-kontrollers.ch>2019-08-19 20:53:29 +0200
committerGravatar Hanspeter Portner <dev@open-music-kontrollers.ch>2019-08-19 20:53:29 +0200
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-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/__init__.py3
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/autowaf.py1452
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/batched_cc.py173
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/biber.py58
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/bjam.py128
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/blender.py108
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/boo.py81
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/boost.py525
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/build_file_tracker.py28
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/build_logs.py110
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/buildcopy.py85
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/c_bgxlc.py32
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/c_dumbpreproc.py72
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/c_emscripten.py87
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/c_nec.py74
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/cabal.py152
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/cfg_altoptions.py110
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/clang_compilation_database.py85
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/codelite.py875
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/color_gcc.py39
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/color_rvct.py51
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/compat15.py406
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/cppcheck.py591
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/cpplint.py209
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/cross_gnu.py227
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/cython.py147
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/dcc.py72
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/distnet.py430
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/doxygen.py227
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/dpapi.py87
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/eclipse.py431
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/erlang.py110
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fast_partial.py518
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_bgxlf.py32
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_cray.py51
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nag.py61
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nec.py60
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nfort.py52
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_open64.py58
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_pgfortran.py68
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_solstudio.py62
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fc_xlf.py63
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/file_to_object.py137
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fluid.py30
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/freeimage.py74
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fsb.py31
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/fsc.py64
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/gccdeps.py214
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/gdbus.py87
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/gob2.py17
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/halide.py151
-rwxr-xr-xpugl/waflib/extras/javatest.py118
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/kde4.py93
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/local_rpath.py19
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/lv2.py75
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/make.py142
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/midl.py69
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/msvcdeps.py256
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/msvs.py1048
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/netcache_client.py390
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/objcopy.py50
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/ocaml.py348
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/package.py76
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/parallel_debug.py462
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/pch.py148
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/pep8.py106
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/pgicc.py75
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/pgicxx.py20
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/proc.py54
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/protoc.py223
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/pyqt5.py241
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/pytest.py225
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/qnxnto.py72
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/qt4.py695
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/relocation.py85
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/remote.py327
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/resx.py35
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/review.py325
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/rst.py260
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/run_do_script.py139
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/run_m_script.py88
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/run_py_script.py104
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/run_r_script.py86
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/sas.py71
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/satellite_assembly.py57
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/scala.py128
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/slow_qt4.py96
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/softlink_libs.py76
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/stale.py98
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/stracedeps.py174
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/swig.py237
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/syms.py84
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/ticgt.py300
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/unity.py108
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/use_config.py185
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/valadoc.py140
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/waf_xattr.py150
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/why.py78
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/win32_opts.py170
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/wix.py87
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/extras/xcode6.py727
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diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/__init__.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/__init__.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c8a3c34
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/__init__.py
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2010 (ita)
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/autowaf.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/autowaf.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5feef03
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/autowaf.py
@@ -0,0 +1,1452 @@
+import glob
+import os
+import subprocess
+import sys
+import time
+
+from waflib import Configure, ConfigSet, Build, Context, Logs, Options, Utils
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before, after
+
+global g_is_child
+g_is_child = False
+
+NONEMPTY = -10
+
+if sys.platform == 'win32':
+ lib_path_name = 'PATH'
+elif sys.platform == 'darwin':
+ lib_path_name = 'DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH'
+else:
+ lib_path_name = 'LD_LIBRARY_PATH'
+
+# Compute dependencies globally
+# import preproc
+# preproc.go_absolute = True
+
+@feature('c', 'cxx')
+@after('apply_incpaths')
+def include_config_h(self):
+ self.env.append_value('INCPATHS', self.bld.bldnode.abspath())
+
+class OptionsContext(Options.OptionsContext):
+ def __init__(self, **kwargs):
+ super(OptionsContext, self).__init__(**kwargs)
+ set_options(self)
+
+ def configuration_options(self):
+ return self.get_option_group('Configuration options')
+
+ def add_flags(self, group, flags):
+ """Tersely add flags (a dictionary of longname:desc) to a group"""
+ for name, desc in flags.items():
+ group.add_option('--' + name, action='store_true',
+ dest=name.replace('-', '_'), help=desc)
+
+def set_options(opt, debug_by_default=False):
+ "Add standard autowaf options"
+ opts = opt.get_option_group('Configuration options')
+
+ # Standard directory options
+ opts.add_option('--bindir', type='string',
+ help="executable programs [default: PREFIX/bin]")
+ opts.add_option('--configdir', type='string',
+ help="configuration data [default: PREFIX/etc]")
+ opts.add_option('--datadir', type='string',
+ help="shared data [default: PREFIX/share]")
+ opts.add_option('--includedir', type='string',
+ help="header files [default: PREFIX/include]")
+ opts.add_option('--libdir', type='string',
+ help="libraries [default: PREFIX/lib]")
+ opts.add_option('--mandir', type='string',
+ help="manual pages [default: DATADIR/man]")
+ opts.add_option('--docdir', type='string',
+ help="HTML documentation [default: DATADIR/doc]")
+
+ # Build options
+ if debug_by_default:
+ opts.add_option('--optimize', action='store_false', default=True,
+ dest='debug', help="build optimized binaries")
+ else:
+ opts.add_option('-d', '--debug', action='store_true', default=False,
+ dest='debug', help="build debuggable binaries")
+ opts.add_option('--pardebug', action='store_true', default=False,
+ dest='pardebug',
+ help="build debug libraries with D suffix")
+
+ opts.add_option('-s', '--strict', action='store_true', default=False,
+ dest='strict',
+ help="use strict compiler flags and show all warnings")
+ opts.add_option('-S', '--ultra-strict', action='store_true', default=False,
+ dest='ultra_strict',
+ help="use extremely strict compiler flags (likely noisy)")
+ opts.add_option('--docs', action='store_true', default=False, dest='docs',
+ help="build documentation (requires doxygen)")
+
+ # Test options
+ if hasattr(Context.g_module, 'test'):
+ test_opts = opt.add_option_group('Test options', '')
+ opts.add_option('-T', '--test', action='store_true', dest='build_tests',
+ help='build unit tests')
+ opts.add_option('--no-coverage', action='store_true',
+ dest='no_coverage',
+ help='do not instrument code for test coverage')
+ test_opts.add_option('--wrapper', type='string',
+ dest='test_wrapper',
+ help='command prefix for tests (e.g. valgrind)')
+ test_opts.add_option('--test-filter', type='string',
+ dest='test_filter',
+ help='regular expression for tests to run')
+
+ # Run options
+ run_opts = opt.add_option_group('Run options')
+ run_opts.add_option('--cmd', type='string', dest='cmd',
+ help='command to run from build directory')
+
+class ConfigureContext(Configure.ConfigurationContext):
+ """configures the project"""
+
+ def __init__(self, **kwargs):
+ self.line_just = 45
+ if hasattr(Context.g_module, 'line_just'):
+ self.line_just = Context.g_module.line_just
+
+ super(ConfigureContext, self).__init__(**kwargs)
+ self.run_env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
+ self.system_include_paths = set()
+
+ def pre_recurse(self, node):
+ if len(self.stack_path) == 1:
+ Logs.pprint('BOLD', 'Configuring %s' % node.parent.srcpath())
+ super(ConfigureContext, self).pre_recurse(node)
+
+ def store(self):
+ self.env.AUTOWAF_RUN_ENV = self.run_env.get_merged_dict()
+ for path in sorted(self.system_include_paths):
+ if 'COMPILER_CC' in self.env:
+ self.env.append_value('CFLAGS', ['-isystem', path])
+ if 'COMPILER_CXX' in self.env:
+ self.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', ['-isystem', path])
+
+ super(ConfigureContext, self).store()
+
+ def build_path(self, path='.'):
+ """Return `path` within the build directory"""
+ return str(self.path.get_bld().find_node(path))
+
+def get_check_func(conf, lang):
+ if lang == 'c':
+ return conf.check_cc
+ elif lang == 'cxx':
+ return conf.check_cxx
+ else:
+ Logs.error("Unknown header language `%s'" % lang)
+
+def check_header(conf, lang, name, define='', mandatory=True):
+ "Check for a header"
+ check_func = get_check_func(conf, lang)
+ if define != '':
+ check_func(header_name=name,
+ define_name=define,
+ mandatory=mandatory)
+ else:
+ check_func(header_name=name, mandatory=mandatory)
+
+def check_function(conf, lang, name, **args):
+ "Check for a function"
+ header_names = Utils.to_list(args['header_name'])
+ includes = ''.join(['#include <%s>\n' % x for x in header_names])
+ fragment = '''
+%s
+int main() { return !(void(*)())(%s); }
+''' % (includes, name)
+
+ check_func = get_check_func(conf, lang)
+ args['msg'] = 'Checking for %s' % name
+ check_func(fragment=fragment, **args)
+
+def nameify(name):
+ return (name.replace('/', '_').replace('++', 'PP')
+ .replace('-', '_').replace('.', '_'))
+
+def define(conf, var_name, value):
+ conf.define(var_name, value)
+ conf.env[var_name] = value
+
+def check_pkg(conf, name, **args):
+ "Check for a package iff it hasn't been checked for yet"
+ if args['uselib_store'].lower() in conf.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_LIBS']:
+ return
+
+ class CheckType:
+ OPTIONAL = 1
+ MANDATORY = 2
+
+ var_name = 'CHECKED_' + nameify(args['uselib_store'])
+ check = var_name not in conf.env
+ mandatory = 'mandatory' not in args or args['mandatory']
+ if not check and 'atleast_version' in args:
+ # Re-check if version is newer than previous check
+ checked_version = conf.env['VERSION_' + name]
+ if checked_version and checked_version < args['atleast_version']:
+ check = True
+ if not check and mandatory and conf.env[var_name] == CheckType.OPTIONAL:
+ # Re-check if previous check was optional but this one is mandatory
+ check = True
+ if check:
+ found = None
+ pkg_var_name = 'PKG_' + name.replace('-', '_')
+ pkg_name = name
+ if conf.env.PARDEBUG:
+ args['mandatory'] = False # Smash mandatory arg
+ found = conf.check_cfg(package=pkg_name + 'D',
+ args="--cflags --libs", **args)
+ if found:
+ pkg_name += 'D'
+ if mandatory:
+ args['mandatory'] = True # Unsmash mandatory arg
+ if not found:
+ found = conf.check_cfg(package=pkg_name, args="--cflags --libs",
+ **args)
+ if found:
+ conf.env[pkg_var_name] = pkg_name
+ if 'atleast_version' in args:
+ conf.env['VERSION_' + name] = args['atleast_version']
+ if mandatory:
+ conf.env[var_name] = CheckType.MANDATORY
+ else:
+ conf.env[var_name] = CheckType.OPTIONAL
+
+ if not conf.env.MSVC_COMPILER and 'system' in args and args['system']:
+ conf.system_include_paths.update(
+ conf.env['INCLUDES_' + nameify(args['uselib_store'])])
+
+def normpath(path):
+ if sys.platform == 'win32':
+ return os.path.normpath(path).replace('\\', '/')
+ else:
+ return os.path.normpath(path)
+
+def configure(conf):
+ def append_cxx_flags(flags):
+ conf.env.append_value('CFLAGS', flags)
+ conf.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', flags)
+
+ if Options.options.docs:
+ conf.load('doxygen')
+
+ try:
+ conf.load('clang_compilation_database')
+ except Exception:
+ pass
+
+ prefix = normpath(os.path.abspath(os.path.expanduser(conf.env['PREFIX'])))
+
+ conf.env['DOCS'] = Options.options.docs and conf.env.DOXYGEN
+ conf.env['DEBUG'] = Options.options.debug or Options.options.pardebug
+ conf.env['PARDEBUG'] = Options.options.pardebug
+ conf.env['PREFIX'] = prefix
+
+ def config_dir(var, opt, default):
+ if opt:
+ conf.env[var] = normpath(opt)
+ else:
+ conf.env[var] = normpath(default)
+
+ opts = Options.options
+
+ config_dir('BINDIR', opts.bindir, os.path.join(prefix, 'bin'))
+ config_dir('SYSCONFDIR', opts.configdir, os.path.join(prefix, 'etc'))
+ config_dir('DATADIR', opts.datadir, os.path.join(prefix, 'share'))
+ config_dir('INCLUDEDIR', opts.includedir, os.path.join(prefix, 'include'))
+ config_dir('LIBDIR', opts.libdir, os.path.join(prefix, 'lib'))
+
+ datadir = conf.env['DATADIR']
+ config_dir('MANDIR', opts.mandir, os.path.join(datadir, 'man'))
+ config_dir('DOCDIR', opts.docdir, os.path.join(datadir, 'doc'))
+
+ if Options.options.debug:
+ if conf.env['MSVC_COMPILER']:
+ conf.env['CFLAGS'] = ['/Od', '/Z7', '/MTd', '/FS']
+ conf.env['CXXFLAGS'] = ['/Od', '/Z7', '/MTd', '/FS']
+ conf.env['LINKFLAGS'] = ['/DEBUG', '/MANIFEST']
+ else:
+ conf.env['CFLAGS'] = ['-O0', '-g']
+ conf.env['CXXFLAGS'] = ['-O0', '-g']
+ else:
+ if conf.env['MSVC_COMPILER']:
+ append_cxx_flags(['/MD', '/FS', '/DNDEBUG'])
+ else:
+ append_cxx_flags(['-DNDEBUG'])
+
+ if conf.env.MSVC_COMPILER:
+ Options.options.no_coverage = True
+ append_cxx_flags(['/nologo',
+ '/FS',
+ '/DNDEBUG',
+ '/D_CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS',
+ '/experimental:external',
+ '/external:W0',
+ '/external:anglebrackets'])
+ conf.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', '/nologo')
+ if Options.options.strict or Options.options.ultra_strict:
+ ms_strict_flags = ['/Wall',
+ '/wd4061',
+ '/wd4200',
+ '/wd4514',
+ '/wd4571',
+ '/wd4625',
+ '/wd4626',
+ '/wd4706',
+ '/wd4710',
+ '/wd4820',
+ '/wd5026',
+ '/wd5027',
+ '/wd5045']
+ conf.env.append_value('CFLAGS', ms_strict_flags)
+ conf.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', ms_strict_flags)
+ conf.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', ['/EHsc'])
+ else:
+ if Options.options.ultra_strict:
+ Options.options.strict = True
+ conf.env.append_value('CFLAGS', ['-Wredundant-decls',
+ '-Wstrict-prototypes',
+ '-Wmissing-prototypes',
+ '-Wcast-qual'])
+ conf.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', ['-Wcast-qual'])
+
+ if Options.options.strict:
+ conf.env.append_value('CFLAGS', ['-pedantic', '-Wshadow'])
+ if conf.env.DEST_OS != "darwin":
+ conf.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', ['-Wl,--no-undefined'])
+ conf.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', ['-Wnon-virtual-dtor',
+ '-Woverloaded-virtual'])
+ append_cxx_flags(['-Wall',
+ '-Wcast-align',
+ '-Wextra',
+ '-Wmissing-declarations',
+ '-Wno-unused-parameter',
+ '-Wstrict-overflow',
+ '-Wundef',
+ '-Wwrite-strings',
+ '-fstrict-overflow'])
+
+ # Add less universal flags after checking they work
+ extra_flags = ['-Wlogical-op',
+ '-Wsuggest-attribute=noreturn',
+ '-Wunsafe-loop-optimizations']
+ if conf.check_cc(cflags=['-Werror'] + extra_flags, mandatory=False,
+ msg="Checking for extra C warning flags"):
+ conf.env.append_value('CFLAGS', extra_flags)
+ if 'COMPILER_CXX' in conf.env:
+ if conf.check_cxx(cxxflags=['-Werror'] + extra_flags,
+ mandatory=False,
+ msg="Checking for extra C++ warning flags"):
+ conf.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', extra_flags)
+
+ if not conf.env['MSVC_COMPILER']:
+ append_cxx_flags(['-fshow-column'])
+
+ conf.env.NO_COVERAGE = True
+ conf.env.BUILD_TESTS = False
+ try:
+ conf.env.BUILD_TESTS = Options.options.build_tests
+ conf.env.NO_COVERAGE = Options.options.no_coverage
+ if not Options.options.no_coverage:
+ # Set up unit test code coverage
+ if conf.is_defined('CLANG'):
+ for cov in [conf.env.CC[0].replace('clang', 'llvm-cov'),
+ 'llvm-cov']:
+ if conf.find_program(cov, var='LLVM_COV', mandatory=False):
+ break
+ else:
+ conf.check_cc(lib='gcov', define_name='HAVE_GCOV',
+ mandatory=False)
+ except Exception:
+ pass # Test options do not exist
+
+ # Define version in configuration
+ appname = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.APPNAME, 'noname')
+ version = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.VERSION, '0.0.0')
+ defname = appname.upper().replace('-', '_').replace('.', '_')
+ define(conf, defname + '_VERSION', version)
+
+ conf.env.prepend_value('CFLAGS', '-I' + os.path.abspath('.'))
+ conf.env.prepend_value('CXXFLAGS', '-I' + os.path.abspath('.'))
+
+def display_summary(conf, msgs=None):
+ if len(conf.stack_path) == 1:
+ display_msg(conf, "Install prefix", conf.env['PREFIX'])
+ if 'COMPILER_CC' in conf.env:
+ display_msg(conf, "C Flags", ' '.join(conf.env['CFLAGS']))
+ if 'COMPILER_CXX' in conf.env:
+ display_msg(conf, "C++ Flags", ' '.join(conf.env['CXXFLAGS']))
+ display_msg(conf, "Debuggable", bool(conf.env['DEBUG']))
+ display_msg(conf, "Build documentation", bool(conf.env['DOCS']))
+
+ if msgs is not None:
+ display_msgs(conf, msgs)
+
+def set_c_lang(conf, lang):
+ "Set a specific C language standard, like 'c99' or 'c11'"
+ if conf.env.MSVC_COMPILER:
+ # MSVC has no hope or desire to compile C99, just compile as C++
+ conf.env.append_unique('CFLAGS', ['/TP'])
+ else:
+ flag = '-std=%s' % lang
+ conf.check(cflags=['-Werror', flag],
+ msg="Checking for flag '%s'" % flag)
+ conf.env.append_unique('CFLAGS', [flag])
+
+def set_cxx_lang(conf, lang):
+ "Set a specific C++ language standard, like 'c++11', 'c++14', or 'c++17'"
+ if conf.env.MSVC_COMPILER:
+ if lang != 'c++14':
+ lang = 'c++latest'
+ conf.env.append_unique('CXXFLAGS', ['/std:%s' % lang])
+ else:
+ flag = '-std=%s' % lang
+ conf.check(cxxflags=['-Werror', flag],
+ msg="Checking for flag '%s'" % flag)
+ conf.env.append_unique('CXXFLAGS', [flag])
+
+def set_modern_c_flags(conf):
+ "Use the most modern C language available"
+ if 'COMPILER_CC' in conf.env:
+ if conf.env.MSVC_COMPILER:
+ # MSVC has no hope or desire to compile C99, just compile as C++
+ conf.env.append_unique('CFLAGS', ['/TP'])
+ else:
+ for flag in ['-std=c11', '-std=c99']:
+ if conf.check(cflags=['-Werror', flag], mandatory=False,
+ msg="Checking for flag '%s'" % flag):
+ conf.env.append_unique('CFLAGS', [flag])
+ break
+
+def set_modern_cxx_flags(conf, mandatory=False):
+ "Use the most modern C++ language available"
+ if 'COMPILER_CXX' in conf.env:
+ if conf.env.MSVC_COMPILER:
+ conf.env.append_unique('CXXFLAGS', ['/std:c++latest'])
+ else:
+ for lang in ['c++14', 'c++1y', 'c++11', 'c++0x']:
+ flag = '-std=%s' % lang
+ if conf.check(cxxflags=['-Werror', flag], mandatory=False,
+ msg="Checking for flag '%s'" % flag):
+ conf.env.append_unique('CXXFLAGS', [flag])
+ break
+
+def set_local_lib(conf, name, has_objects):
+ var_name = 'HAVE_' + nameify(name.upper())
+ define(conf, var_name, 1)
+ if has_objects:
+ if type(conf.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_LIBS']) != dict:
+ conf.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_LIBS'] = {}
+ conf.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_LIBS'][name.lower()] = True
+ else:
+ if type(conf.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_HEADERS']) != dict:
+ conf.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_HEADERS'] = {}
+ conf.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_HEADERS'][name.lower()] = True
+
+def append_property(obj, key, val):
+ if hasattr(obj, key):
+ setattr(obj, key, getattr(obj, key) + val)
+ else:
+ setattr(obj, key, val)
+
+def use_lib(bld, obj, libs):
+ abssrcdir = os.path.abspath('.')
+ libs_list = libs.split()
+ for l in libs_list:
+ in_headers = l.lower() in bld.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_HEADERS']
+ in_libs = l.lower() in bld.env['AUTOWAF_LOCAL_LIBS']
+ if in_libs:
+ append_property(obj, 'use', ' lib%s ' % l.lower())
+ append_property(obj, 'framework', bld.env['FRAMEWORK_' + l])
+ if in_headers or in_libs:
+ if bld.env.MSVC_COMPILER:
+ inc_flag = '/I' + os.path.join(abssrcdir, l.lower())
+ else:
+ inc_flag = '-iquote ' + os.path.join(abssrcdir, l.lower())
+ for f in ['CFLAGS', 'CXXFLAGS']:
+ if inc_flag not in bld.env[f]:
+ bld.env.prepend_value(f, inc_flag)
+ else:
+ append_property(obj, 'uselib', ' ' + l)
+
+@feature('c', 'cxx')
+@before('apply_link')
+def version_lib(self):
+ if self.env.DEST_OS == 'win32':
+ self.vnum = None # Prevent waf from automatically appending -0
+ if self.env['PARDEBUG']:
+ applicable = ['cshlib', 'cxxshlib', 'cstlib', 'cxxstlib']
+ if [x for x in applicable if x in self.features]:
+ self.target = self.target + 'D'
+
+def set_lib_env(conf, name, version):
+ "Set up environment for local library as if found via pkg-config."
+ NAME = name.upper()
+ major_ver = version.split('.')[0]
+ pkg_var_name = 'PKG_' + name.replace('-', '_') + '_' + major_ver
+ lib_name = '%s-%s' % (name, major_ver)
+ lib_path = [str(conf.path.get_bld())]
+ if conf.env.PARDEBUG:
+ lib_name += 'D'
+ conf.env[pkg_var_name] = lib_name
+ conf.env['INCLUDES_' + NAME] = ['${INCLUDEDIR}/%s-%s' % (name, major_ver)]
+ conf.env['LIBPATH_' + NAME] = lib_path
+ conf.env['LIB_' + NAME] = [lib_name]
+
+ conf.run_env.append_unique(lib_path_name, lib_path)
+ conf.define(NAME + '_VERSION', version)
+
+def display_msg(conf, msg, status=None, color=None):
+ color = 'CYAN'
+ if type(status) == bool and status:
+ color = 'GREEN'
+ status = 'yes'
+ elif type(status) == bool and not status or status == "False":
+ color = 'YELLOW'
+ status = 'no'
+ Logs.pprint('BOLD', '%s' % msg.ljust(conf.line_just), sep='')
+ Logs.pprint('BOLD', ":", sep='')
+ Logs.pprint(color, status)
+
+def display_msgs(conf, msgs):
+ for k, v in msgs.items():
+ display_msg(conf, k, v)
+
+def link_flags(env, lib):
+ return ' '.join(map(lambda x: env['LIB_ST'] % x,
+ env['LIB_' + lib]))
+
+def compile_flags(env, lib):
+ return ' '.join(map(lambda x: env['CPPPATH_ST'] % x,
+ env['INCLUDES_' + lib]))
+
+def set_recursive():
+ global g_is_child
+ g_is_child = True
+
+def is_child():
+ global g_is_child
+ return g_is_child
+
+def build_pc(bld, name, version, version_suffix, libs, subst_dict={}):
+ """Build a pkg-config file for a library.
+
+ name -- uppercase variable name (e.g. 'SOMENAME')
+ version -- version string (e.g. '1.2.3')
+ version_suffix -- name version suffix (e.g. '2')
+ libs -- string/list of dependencies (e.g. 'LIBFOO GLIB')
+ """
+
+ pkg_prefix = bld.env['PREFIX']
+ if len(pkg_prefix) > 1 and pkg_prefix[-1] == '/':
+ pkg_prefix = pkg_prefix[:-1]
+
+ target = name.lower()
+ if version_suffix != '':
+ target += '-' + version_suffix
+
+ if bld.env['PARDEBUG']:
+ target += 'D'
+
+ target += '.pc'
+
+ libdir = bld.env['LIBDIR']
+ if libdir.startswith(pkg_prefix):
+ libdir = libdir.replace(pkg_prefix, '${exec_prefix}')
+
+ includedir = bld.env['INCLUDEDIR']
+ if includedir.startswith(pkg_prefix):
+ includedir = includedir.replace(pkg_prefix, '${prefix}')
+
+ obj = bld(features='subst',
+ source='%s.pc.in' % name.lower(),
+ target=target,
+ install_path=os.path.join(bld.env['LIBDIR'], 'pkgconfig'),
+ exec_prefix='${prefix}',
+ PREFIX=pkg_prefix,
+ EXEC_PREFIX='${prefix}',
+ LIBDIR=libdir,
+ INCLUDEDIR=includedir)
+
+ if type(libs) != list:
+ libs = libs.split()
+
+ subst_dict[name + '_VERSION'] = version
+ subst_dict[name + '_MAJOR_VERSION'] = version[0:version.find('.')]
+ for i in libs:
+ subst_dict[i + '_LIBS'] = link_flags(bld.env, i)
+ lib_cflags = compile_flags(bld.env, i)
+ if lib_cflags == '':
+ lib_cflags = ' '
+ subst_dict[i + '_CFLAGS'] = lib_cflags
+
+ obj.__dict__.update(subst_dict)
+
+def build_dir(name, subdir):
+ if is_child():
+ return os.path.join('build', name, subdir)
+ else:
+ return os.path.join('build', subdir)
+
+
+def make_simple_dox(name):
+ "Clean up messy Doxygen documentation after it is built"
+ name = name.lower()
+ NAME = name.upper()
+ try:
+ top = os.getcwd()
+ os.chdir(build_dir(name, 'doc/html'))
+ page = 'group__%s.html' % name
+ if not os.path.exists(page):
+ return
+ for i in [
+ ['%s_API ' % NAME, ''],
+ ['%s_DEPRECATED ' % NAME, ''],
+ ['group__%s.html' % name, ''],
+ ['&#160;', ''],
+ [r'<script.*><\/script>', ''],
+ [r'<hr\/><a name="details" id="details"><\/a><h2>.*<\/h2>', ''],
+ [r'<link href=\"tabs.css\" rel=\"stylesheet\" type=\"text\/css\"\/>',
+ ''],
+ [r'<img class=\"footer\" src=\"doxygen.png\" alt=\"doxygen\"\/>',
+ 'Doxygen']]:
+ os.system("sed -i 's/%s/%s/g' %s" % (i[0], i[1], page))
+ os.rename('group__%s.html' % name, 'index.html')
+ for i in (glob.glob('*.png') +
+ glob.glob('*.html') +
+ glob.glob('*.js') +
+ glob.glob('*.css')):
+ if i != 'index.html' and i != 'style.css':
+ os.remove(i)
+ os.chdir(top)
+ os.chdir(build_dir(name, 'doc/man/man3'))
+ for i in glob.glob('*.3'):
+ os.system("sed -i 's/%s_API //' %s" % (NAME, i))
+ for i in glob.glob('_*'):
+ os.remove(i)
+ os.chdir(top)
+ except Exception as e:
+ Logs.error("Failed to fix up %s documentation: %s" % (name, e))
+ finally:
+ os.chdir(top)
+
+def build_dox(bld, name, version, srcdir, blddir, outdir='', versioned=True):
+ """Build Doxygen API documentation"""
+ if not bld.env['DOCS']:
+ return
+
+ # Doxygen paths in are relative to the doxygen file, not build directory
+ if is_child():
+ src_dir = os.path.join(srcdir, name.lower())
+ else:
+ src_dir = srcdir
+
+ subst_tg = bld(features='subst',
+ source='doc/reference.doxygen.in',
+ target='doc/reference.doxygen',
+ install_path='',
+ name='doxyfile')
+
+ subst_dict = {
+ name + '_VERSION': version,
+ name + '_SRCDIR': os.path.abspath(src_dir),
+ name + '_DOC_DIR': ''
+ }
+
+ subst_tg.__dict__.update(subst_dict)
+
+ subst_tg.post()
+
+ docs = bld(features='doxygen',
+ doxyfile='doc/reference.doxygen')
+
+ docs.post()
+
+ outname = name.lower()
+ if versioned:
+ outname += '-%d' % int(version[0:version.find('.')])
+ bld.install_files(
+ os.path.join('${DOCDIR}', outname, outdir, 'html'),
+ bld.path.get_bld().ant_glob('doc/html/*'))
+ for i in range(1, 8):
+ bld.install_files('${MANDIR}/man%d' % i,
+ bld.path.get_bld().ant_glob('doc/man/man%d/*' % i,
+ excl='**/_*'))
+
+
+def build_version_files(header_path, source_path, domain, major, minor, micro):
+ """Generate version code header"""
+ header_path = os.path.abspath(header_path)
+ source_path = os.path.abspath(source_path)
+ text = "int " + domain + "_major_version = " + str(major) + ";\n"
+ text += "int " + domain + "_minor_version = " + str(minor) + ";\n"
+ text += "int " + domain + "_micro_version = " + str(micro) + ";\n"
+ try:
+ o = open(source_path, 'w')
+ o.write(text)
+ o.close()
+ except IOError:
+ Logs.error('Failed to open %s for writing\n' % source_path)
+ sys.exit(-1)
+
+ text = "#ifndef __" + domain + "_version_h__\n"
+ text += "#define __" + domain + "_version_h__\n"
+ text += "extern const char* " + domain + "_revision;\n"
+ text += "extern int " + domain + "_major_version;\n"
+ text += "extern int " + domain + "_minor_version;\n"
+ text += "extern int " + domain + "_micro_version;\n"
+ text += "#endif /* __" + domain + "_version_h__ */\n"
+ try:
+ o = open(header_path, 'w')
+ o.write(text)
+ o.close()
+ except IOError:
+ Logs.warn('Failed to open %s for writing\n' % header_path)
+ sys.exit(-1)
+
+ return None
+
+def build_i18n_pot(bld, srcdir, dir, name, sources, copyright_holder=None):
+ Logs.info('Generating pot file from %s' % name)
+ pot_file = '%s.pot' % name
+
+ cmd = ['xgettext',
+ '--keyword=_',
+ '--keyword=N_',
+ '--keyword=S_',
+ '--from-code=UTF-8',
+ '-o', pot_file]
+
+ if copyright_holder:
+ cmd += ['--copyright-holder="%s"' % copyright_holder]
+
+ cmd += sources
+ Logs.info('Updating ' + pot_file)
+ subprocess.call(cmd, cwd=os.path.join(srcdir, dir))
+
+def build_i18n_po(bld, srcdir, dir, name, sources, copyright_holder=None):
+ pwd = os.getcwd()
+ os.chdir(os.path.join(srcdir, dir))
+ pot_file = '%s.pot' % name
+ po_files = glob.glob('po/*.po')
+ for po_file in po_files:
+ cmd = ['msgmerge',
+ '--update',
+ po_file,
+ pot_file]
+ Logs.info('Updating ' + po_file)
+ subprocess.call(cmd)
+ os.chdir(pwd)
+
+def build_i18n_mo(bld, srcdir, dir, name, sources, copyright_holder=None):
+ pwd = os.getcwd()
+ os.chdir(os.path.join(srcdir, dir))
+ po_files = glob.glob('po/*.po')
+ for po_file in po_files:
+ mo_file = po_file.replace('.po', '.mo')
+ cmd = ['msgfmt',
+ '-c',
+ '-f',
+ '-o',
+ mo_file,
+ po_file]
+ Logs.info('Generating ' + po_file)
+ subprocess.call(cmd)
+ os.chdir(pwd)
+
+def build_i18n(bld, srcdir, dir, name, sources, copyright_holder=None):
+ build_i18n_pot(bld, srcdir, dir, name, sources, copyright_holder)
+ build_i18n_po(bld, srcdir, dir, name, sources, copyright_holder)
+ build_i18n_mo(bld, srcdir, dir, name, sources, copyright_holder)
+
+class ExecutionEnvironment:
+ """Context that sets system environment variables for program execution"""
+ def __init__(self, changes):
+ self.original_environ = os.environ.copy()
+
+ self.diff = {}
+ for path_name, paths in changes.items():
+ value = os.pathsep.join(paths)
+ if path_name in os.environ:
+ value += os.pathsep + os.environ[path_name]
+
+ self.diff[path_name] = value
+
+ os.environ.update(self.diff)
+
+ def __str__(self):
+ return '\n'.join({'%s="%s"' % (k, v) for k, v in self.diff.items()})
+
+ def __enter__(self):
+ return self
+
+ def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback):
+ os.environ = self.original_environ
+
+class RunContext(Build.BuildContext):
+ "runs an executable from the build directory"
+ cmd = 'run'
+
+ def execute(self):
+ self.restore()
+ if not self.all_envs:
+ self.load_envs()
+
+ with ExecutionEnvironment(self.env.AUTOWAF_RUN_ENV) as env:
+ if Options.options.verbose:
+ Logs.pprint('GREEN', str(env) + '\n')
+
+ if Options.options.cmd:
+ Logs.pprint('GREEN', 'Running %s' % Options.options.cmd)
+ subprocess.call(Options.options.cmd, shell=True)
+ else:
+ Logs.error("error: Missing --cmd option for run command")
+
+def show_diff(from_lines, to_lines, from_filename, to_filename):
+ import difflib
+ import sys
+
+ same = True
+ for line in difflib.unified_diff(
+ from_lines, to_lines,
+ fromfile=os.path.abspath(from_filename),
+ tofile=os.path.abspath(to_filename)):
+ sys.stderr.write(line)
+ same = False
+
+ return same
+
+def test_file_equals(patha, pathb):
+ import filecmp
+ import io
+
+ for path in (patha, pathb):
+ if not os.access(path, os.F_OK):
+ Logs.pprint('RED', 'error: missing file %s' % path)
+ return False
+
+ if filecmp.cmp(patha, pathb, shallow=False):
+ return True
+
+ with io.open(patha, 'rU', encoding='utf-8') as fa:
+ with io.open(pathb, 'rU', encoding='utf-8') as fb:
+ return show_diff(fa.readlines(), fb.readlines(), patha, pathb)
+
+def bench_time():
+ if hasattr(time, 'perf_counter'): # Added in Python 3.3
+ return time.perf_counter()
+ else:
+ return time.time()
+
+class TestOutput:
+ """Test output that is truthy if result is as expected"""
+ def __init__(self, expected, result=None):
+ self.stdout = self.stderr = None
+ self.expected = expected
+ self.result = result
+
+ def __bool__(self):
+ return self.expected is None or self.result == self.expected
+
+ __nonzero__ = __bool__
+
+def is_string(s):
+ if sys.version_info[0] < 3:
+ return isinstance(s, basestring)
+ return isinstance(s, str)
+
+class TestScope:
+ """Scope for running tests that maintains pass/fail statistics"""
+ def __init__(self, tst, name, defaults):
+ self.tst = tst
+ self.name = name
+ self.defaults = defaults
+ self.n_failed = 0
+ self.n_total = 0
+
+ def run(self, test, **kwargs):
+ if type(test) == list and 'name' not in kwargs:
+ import pipes
+ kwargs['name'] = ' '.join(map(pipes.quote, test))
+
+ if Options.options.test_filter and 'name' in kwargs:
+ import re
+ found = False
+ for scope in self.tst.stack:
+ if re.search(Options.options.test_filter, scope.name):
+ found = True
+ break
+
+ if (not found and
+ not re.search(Options.options.test_filter, self.name) and
+ not re.search(Options.options.test_filter, kwargs['name'])):
+ return True
+
+ if callable(test):
+ output = self._run_callable(test, **kwargs)
+ elif type(test) == list:
+
+ output = self._run_command(test, **kwargs)
+ else:
+ raise Exception("Unknown test type")
+
+ if not output:
+ self.tst.log_bad('FAILED', kwargs['name'])
+
+ return self.tst.test_result(output)
+
+ def _run_callable(self, test, **kwargs):
+ expected = kwargs['expected'] if 'expected' in kwargs else True
+ return TestOutput(expected, test())
+
+ def _run_command(self, test, **kwargs):
+ if 'stderr' in kwargs and kwargs['stderr'] == NONEMPTY:
+ # Run with a temp file for stderr and check that it is non-empty
+ import tempfile
+ with tempfile.TemporaryFile() as stderr:
+ kwargs['stderr'] = stderr
+ output = self.run(test, **kwargs)
+ stderr.seek(0, 2) # Seek to end
+ return (output if not output else
+ self.run(
+ lambda: stderr.tell() > 0,
+ name=kwargs['name'] + ' error message'))
+
+ try:
+ # Run with stdout and stderr set to the appropriate streams
+ out_stream = self._stream('stdout', kwargs)
+ err_stream = self._stream('stderr', kwargs)
+ return self._exec(test, **kwargs)
+ finally:
+ out_stream = out_stream.close() if out_stream else None
+ err_stream = err_stream.close() if err_stream else None
+
+ def _stream(self, stream_name, kwargs):
+ s = kwargs[stream_name] if stream_name in kwargs else None
+ if is_string(s):
+ kwargs[stream_name] = open(s, 'wb')
+ return kwargs[stream_name]
+ return None
+
+ def _exec(self,
+ test,
+ expected=0,
+ name='',
+ stdin=None,
+ stdout=None,
+ stderr=None,
+ verbosity=1):
+ def stream(s):
+ return open(s, 'wb') if type(s) == str else s
+
+ if verbosity > 1:
+ self.tst.log_good('RUN ', name)
+
+ if Options.options.test_wrapper:
+ test = [Options.options.test_wrapper] + test
+
+ output = TestOutput(expected)
+ with open(os.devnull, 'wb') as null:
+ out = null if verbosity < 3 and not stdout else stdout
+ err = null if verbosity < 2 and not stderr else stderr
+ proc = subprocess.Popen(test, stdin=stdin, stdout=out, stderr=err)
+ output.stdout, output.stderr = proc.communicate()
+ output.result = proc.returncode
+
+ if output and verbosity > 0:
+ self.tst.log_good(' OK', name)
+
+ return output
+
+class TestContext(Build.BuildContext):
+ "runs test suite"
+ fun = cmd = 'test'
+
+ def __init__(self, **kwargs):
+ super(TestContext, self).__init__(**kwargs)
+ self.start_time = bench_time()
+ self.max_depth = 1
+
+ defaults = {'verbosity': Options.options.verbose}
+ self.stack = [TestScope(self, Context.g_module.APPNAME, defaults)]
+
+ def defaults(self):
+ return self.stack[-1].defaults
+
+ def finalize(self):
+ if self.stack[-1].n_failed > 0:
+ sys.exit(1)
+
+ super(TestContext, self).finalize()
+
+ def __call__(self, test, **kwargs):
+ return self.stack[-1].run(test, **self.args(**kwargs))
+
+ def file_equals(self, from_path, to_path, **kwargs):
+ kwargs.update({'expected': True,
+ 'name': '%s == %s' % (from_path, to_path)})
+ return self(lambda: test_file_equals(from_path, to_path), **kwargs)
+
+ def log_good(self, title, fmt, *args):
+ Logs.pprint('GREEN', '[%s] %s' % (title.center(10), fmt % args))
+
+ def log_bad(self, title, fmt, *args):
+ Logs.pprint('RED', '[%s] %s' % (title.center(10), fmt % args))
+
+ def pre_recurse(self, node):
+ wscript_module = Context.load_module(node.abspath())
+ group_name = wscript_module.APPNAME
+ self.stack.append(TestScope(self, group_name, self.defaults()))
+ self.max_depth = max(self.max_depth, len(self.stack) - 1)
+
+ bld_dir = node.get_bld().parent
+ if bld_dir != self.path.get_bld():
+ Logs.info('')
+
+ self.original_dir = os.getcwd()
+ Logs.info("Waf: Entering directory `%s'\n", bld_dir)
+ os.chdir(str(bld_dir))
+
+ if not self.env.NO_COVERAGE and str(node.parent) == Context.top_dir:
+ self.clear_coverage()
+
+ self.log_good('=' * 10, 'Running %s tests', group_name)
+ super(TestContext, self).pre_recurse(node)
+
+ def test_result(self, success):
+ self.stack[-1].n_total += 1
+ self.stack[-1].n_failed += 1 if not success else 0
+ return success
+
+ def pop(self):
+ scope = self.stack.pop()
+ self.stack[-1].n_total += scope.n_total
+ self.stack[-1].n_failed += scope.n_failed
+ return scope
+
+ def post_recurse(self, node):
+ super(TestContext, self).post_recurse(node)
+
+ scope = self.pop()
+ duration = (bench_time() - self.start_time) * 1000.0
+ is_top = str(node.parent) == str(Context.top_dir)
+
+ if is_top and self.max_depth > 1:
+ Logs.info('')
+
+ self.log_good('=' * 10, '%d tests from %s ran (%d ms total)',
+ scope.n_total, scope.name, duration)
+
+ if not self.env.NO_COVERAGE:
+ if is_top:
+ self.gen_coverage()
+
+ if os.path.exists('coverage/index.html'):
+ self.log_good('REPORT', '<file://%s>',
+ os.path.abspath('coverage/index.html'))
+
+ successes = scope.n_total - scope.n_failed
+ Logs.pprint('GREEN', '[ PASSED ] %d tests' % successes)
+ if scope.n_failed > 0:
+ Logs.pprint('RED', '[ FAILED ] %d tests' % scope.n_failed)
+ if is_top:
+ Logs.info("\nWaf: Leaving directory `%s'" % os.getcwd())
+
+ os.chdir(self.original_dir)
+
+ def execute(self):
+ self.restore()
+ if not self.all_envs:
+ self.load_envs()
+
+ if not self.env.BUILD_TESTS:
+ self.fatal('Configuration does not include tests')
+
+ with ExecutionEnvironment(self.env.AUTOWAF_RUN_ENV) as env:
+ if self.defaults()['verbosity'] > 0:
+ Logs.pprint('GREEN', str(env) + '\n')
+ self.recurse([self.run_dir])
+
+ def src_path(self, path):
+ return os.path.relpath(os.path.join(str(self.path), path))
+
+ def args(self, **kwargs):
+ all_kwargs = self.defaults().copy()
+ all_kwargs.update(kwargs)
+ return all_kwargs
+
+ def group(self, name, **kwargs):
+ return TestGroup(
+ self, self.stack[-1].name, name, **self.args(**kwargs))
+
+ def set_test_defaults(self, **kwargs):
+ """Set default arguments to be passed to all tests"""
+ self.stack[-1].defaults.update(kwargs)
+
+ def clear_coverage(self):
+ """Zero old coverage data"""
+ try:
+ with open('cov-clear.log', 'w') as log:
+ subprocess.call(['lcov', '-z', '-d', str(self.path)],
+ stdout=log, stderr=log)
+
+ except Exception:
+ Logs.warn('Failed to run lcov to clear old coverage data')
+
+ def gen_coverage(self):
+ """Generate coverage data and report"""
+ try:
+ with open('cov.lcov', 'w') as out:
+ with open('cov.log', 'w') as err:
+ subprocess.call(['lcov', '-c', '--no-external',
+ '--rc', 'lcov_branch_coverage=1',
+ '-b', '.',
+ '-d', str(self.path)],
+ stdout=out, stderr=err)
+
+ if not os.path.isdir('coverage'):
+ os.makedirs('coverage')
+
+ with open('genhtml.log', 'w') as log:
+ subprocess.call(['genhtml',
+ '-o', 'coverage',
+ '--rc', 'genhtml_branch_coverage=1',
+ 'cov.lcov'],
+ stdout=log, stderr=log)
+
+ summary = subprocess.check_output(
+ ['lcov', '--summary',
+ '--rc', 'lcov_branch_coverage=1',
+ 'cov.lcov'],
+ stderr=subprocess.STDOUT).decode('ascii')
+
+ import re
+ lines = re.search('lines\.*: (.*)%.*', summary).group(1)
+ functions = re.search('functions\.*: (.*)%.*', summary).group(1)
+ branches = re.search('branches\.*: (.*)%.*', summary).group(1)
+ self.log_good('COVERAGE', '%s%% lines, %s%% functions, %s%% branches',
+ lines, functions, branches)
+
+ except Exception:
+ Logs.warn('Failed to run lcov to generate coverage report')
+
+class TestGroup:
+ def __init__(self, tst, suitename, name, **kwargs):
+ self.tst = tst
+ self.suitename = suitename
+ self.name = name
+ self.kwargs = kwargs
+ self.start_time = bench_time()
+ tst.stack.append(TestScope(tst, name, tst.defaults()))
+
+ def label(self):
+ return self.suitename + '.%s' % self.name if self.name else ''
+
+ def args(self, **kwargs):
+ all_kwargs = self.tst.args(**self.kwargs)
+ all_kwargs.update(kwargs)
+ return all_kwargs
+
+ def __enter__(self):
+ if 'verbosity' in self.kwargs and self.kwargs['verbosity'] > 0:
+ self.tst.log_good('-' * 10, self.label())
+ return self
+
+ def __call__(self, test, **kwargs):
+ return self.tst(test, **self.args(**kwargs))
+
+ def file_equals(self, from_path, to_path, **kwargs):
+ return self.tst.file_equals(from_path, to_path, **kwargs)
+
+ def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback):
+ duration = (bench_time() - self.start_time) * 1000.0
+ scope = self.tst.pop()
+ n_passed = scope.n_total - scope.n_failed
+ if scope.n_failed == 0:
+ self.tst.log_good('-' * 10, '%d tests from %s (%d ms total)',
+ scope.n_total, self.label(), duration)
+ else:
+ self.tst.log_bad('-' * 10, '%d/%d tests from %s (%d ms total)',
+ n_passed, scope.n_total, self.label(), duration)
+
+def run_ldconfig(ctx):
+ should_run = (ctx.cmd == 'install' and
+ not ctx.env['RAN_LDCONFIG'] and
+ ctx.env['LIBDIR'] and
+ 'DESTDIR' not in os.environ and
+ not Options.options.destdir)
+
+ if should_run:
+ try:
+ Logs.info("Waf: Running `/sbin/ldconfig %s'" % ctx.env['LIBDIR'])
+ subprocess.call(['/sbin/ldconfig', ctx.env['LIBDIR']])
+ ctx.env['RAN_LDCONFIG'] = True
+ except Exception:
+ pass
+
+def get_rdf_news(name,
+ in_files,
+ top_entries=None,
+ extra_entries=None,
+ dev_dist=None):
+ import rdflib
+ from time import strptime
+
+ doap = rdflib.Namespace('http://usefulinc.com/ns/doap#')
+ dcs = rdflib.Namespace('http://ontologi.es/doap-changeset#')
+ rdfs = rdflib.Namespace('http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#')
+ foaf = rdflib.Namespace('http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/')
+ rdf = rdflib.Namespace('http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#')
+ m = rdflib.ConjunctiveGraph()
+
+ try:
+ for i in in_files:
+ m.parse(i, format='n3')
+ except Exception:
+ Logs.warn('Error parsing data, unable to generate NEWS')
+ return
+
+ proj = m.value(None, rdf.type, doap.Project)
+ for f in m.triples([proj, rdfs.seeAlso, None]):
+ if f[2].endswith('.ttl'):
+ m.parse(f[2], format='n3')
+
+ entries = {}
+ for r in m.triples([proj, doap.release, None]):
+ release = r[2]
+ revision = m.value(release, doap.revision, None)
+ date = m.value(release, doap.created, None)
+ blamee = m.value(release, dcs.blame, None)
+ changeset = m.value(release, dcs.changeset, None)
+ dist = m.value(release, doap['file-release'], None)
+
+ if not dist:
+ Logs.warn('No file release for %s %s' % (proj, revision))
+ dist = dev_dist
+
+ if revision and date and blamee and changeset:
+ entry = {}
+ entry['name'] = str(name)
+ entry['revision'] = str(revision)
+ entry['date'] = strptime(str(date), '%Y-%m-%d')
+ entry['status'] = 'stable' if dist != dev_dist else 'unstable'
+ entry['dist'] = str(dist)
+ entry['items'] = []
+
+ for i in m.triples([changeset, dcs.item, None]):
+ item = str(m.value(i[2], rdfs.label, None))
+ entry['items'] += [item]
+ if dist and top_entries is not None:
+ if not str(dist) in top_entries:
+ top_entries[str(dist)] = {'items': []}
+ top_entries[str(dist)]['items'] += [
+ '%s: %s' % (name, item)]
+
+ if extra_entries and dist:
+ for i in extra_entries[str(dist)]:
+ entry['items'] += extra_entries[str(dist)]['items']
+
+ entry['blamee_name'] = str(m.value(blamee, foaf.name, None))
+ entry['blamee_mbox'] = str(m.value(blamee, foaf.mbox, None))
+
+ entries[(str(date), str(revision))] = entry
+ else:
+ Logs.warn('Ignored incomplete %s release description' % name)
+
+ return entries
+
+def write_news(entries, out_file):
+ import textwrap
+ from time import strftime
+
+ if len(entries) == 0:
+ return
+
+ news = open(out_file, 'w')
+ for e in sorted(entries.keys(), reverse=True):
+ entry = entries[e]
+ news.write('%s (%s) %s;\n' % (entry['name'], entry['revision'], entry['status']))
+ for item in entry['items']:
+ wrapped = textwrap.wrap(item, width=79)
+ news.write('\n * ' + '\n '.join(wrapped))
+
+ news.write('\n\n --')
+ news.write(' %s <%s>' % (entry['blamee_name'],
+ entry['blamee_mbox'].replace('mailto:', '')))
+
+ news.write(' %s\n\n' % (
+ strftime('%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S +0000', entry['date'])))
+
+ news.close()
+
+def write_posts(entries, meta, out_dir, status='stable'):
+ "write news posts in Pelican Markdown format"
+ from time import strftime
+ try:
+ os.mkdir(out_dir)
+ except Exception:
+ pass
+
+ for i in entries:
+ entry = entries[i]
+ revision = i[1]
+ if entry['status'] != status:
+ continue
+
+ date_str = strftime('%Y-%m-%d', entry['date'])
+ datetime_str = strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M', entry['date'])
+
+ path = os.path.join(out_dir, '%s-%s-%s.md' % (
+ date_str, entry['name'], revision.replace('.', '-')))
+ post = open(path, 'w')
+ title = entry['title'] if 'title' in entry else entry['name']
+ post.write('Title: %s %s\n' % (title, revision))
+ post.write('Date: %s\n' % datetime_str)
+ post.write('Slug: %s-%s\n' % (entry['name'], revision.replace('.', '-')))
+ for k in meta:
+ post.write('%s: %s\n' % (k, meta[k]))
+ post.write('\n')
+
+ url = entry['dist']
+ if entry['status'] == status:
+ post.write('[%s %s](%s) has been released.' % (
+ (entry['name'], revision, url)))
+
+ if 'description' in entry:
+ post.write(' ' + entry['description'])
+
+ post.write('\n')
+ if (len(entry['items']) > 0 and
+ not (len(entry['items']) == 1 and
+ entry['items'][0] == 'Initial release')):
+ post.write('\nChanges:\n\n')
+ for i in entry['items']:
+ post.write(' * %s\n' % i)
+
+ post.close()
+
+def get_blurb(in_file):
+ "Get the first paragram of a Markdown formatted file, skipping the title"
+ f = open(in_file, 'r')
+ f.readline() # Title
+ f.readline() # Title underline
+ f.readline() # Blank
+ out = ''
+ line = f.readline()
+ while len(line) > 0 and line != '\n':
+ out += line.replace('\n', ' ')
+ line = f.readline()
+ return out.strip()
+
+def get_news(in_file, entry_props={}):
+ """Get NEWS entries in the format expected by write_posts().
+
+ Properties that should be set on every entry can be passed in
+ `entry_props`. If `entry_props` has a 'dist_pattern' value, it is used to
+ set the 'dist' entry of entries by substituting the version number.
+ """
+
+ import re
+ import rfc822
+
+ f = open(in_file, 'r')
+ entries = {}
+ while True:
+ # Read header line
+ head = f.readline()
+ matches = re.compile(r'([^ ]*) \((.*)\) ([a-zA-z]*);').match(head)
+ if matches is None:
+ break
+
+ entry = {}
+ entry['name'] = matches.group(1)
+ entry['revision'] = matches.group(2)
+ entry['status'] = matches.group(3)
+ entry['items'] = []
+ if 'dist_pattern' in entry_props:
+ entry['dist'] = entry_props['dist_pattern'] % entry['revision']
+
+ # Read blank line after header
+ if f.readline() != '\n':
+ raise SyntaxError('expected blank line after NEWS header')
+
+ def add_item(item):
+ if len(item) > 0:
+ entry['items'] += [item.replace('\n', ' ').strip()]
+
+ # Read entries for this revision
+ item = ''
+ line = ''
+ while line != '\n':
+ line = f.readline()
+ if line.startswith(' * '):
+ add_item(item)
+ item = line[3:].lstrip()
+ else:
+ item += line.lstrip()
+ add_item(item)
+
+ # Read footer line
+ foot = f.readline()
+ matches = re.compile(' -- (.*) <(.*)> (.*)').match(foot)
+ entry['date'] = rfc822.parsedate(matches.group(3))
+ entry['blamee_name'] = matches.group(1)
+ entry['blamee_mbox'] = matches.group(2)
+ entry.update(entry_props)
+ entries[(entry['date'], entry['revision'])] = entry
+
+ # Skip trailing blank line before next entry
+ f.readline()
+
+ f.close()
+
+ return entries
+
+def news_to_posts(news_file, entry_props, post_meta, default_post_dir):
+ post_dir = os.getenv('POST_DIR')
+ if not post_dir:
+ post_dir = default_post_dir
+ sys.stderr.write('POST_DIR not set in environment, writing to %s\n' % post_dir)
+ else:
+ sys.stderr.write('writing posts to %s\n' % post_dir)
+
+ entries = get_news(news_file, entry_props)
+ write_posts(entries, post_meta, post_dir)
+
+def run_script(cmds):
+ for cmd in cmds:
+ subprocess.check_call(cmd, shell=True)
+
+def release(name, version, dist_name=None):
+ if dist_name is None:
+ dist_name = name.lower()
+
+ dist = '%s-%s.tar.bz2' % (dist_name or name.lower(), version)
+ try:
+ os.remove(dist)
+ os.remove(dist + '.sig')
+ except Exception:
+ pass
+
+ status = subprocess.check_output('git status --porcelain', shell=True)
+ if status:
+ Logs.error('error: git working copy is dirty\n' + status)
+ raise Exception('git working copy is dirty')
+
+ head = subprocess.check_output('git show -s --oneline', shell=True)
+ head_summary = head[8:].strip().lower()
+ expected_summary = '%s %s' % (name.lower(), version)
+ if head_summary != expected_summary:
+ raise Exception('latest commit "%s" does not match "%s"' % (
+ head_summary, expected_summary))
+
+ run_script(['./waf configure --docs',
+ './waf',
+ './waf distcheck',
+ './waf posts',
+ 'gpg -b %s' % dist,
+ 'git tag -s v%s -m "%s %s"' % (version, name, version)])
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/batched_cc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/batched_cc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..aad2872
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/batched_cc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,173 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2015 (ita)
+
+"""
+Instead of compiling object files one by one, c/c++ compilers are often able to compile at once:
+cc -c ../file1.c ../file2.c ../file3.c
+
+Files are output on the directory where the compiler is called, and dependencies are more difficult
+to track (do not run the command on all source files if only one file changes)
+As such, we do as if the files were compiled one by one, but no command is actually run:
+replace each cc/cpp Task by a TaskSlave. A new task called TaskMaster collects the
+signatures from each slave and finds out the command-line to run.
+
+Just import this module to start using it:
+def build(bld):
+ bld.load('batched_cc')
+
+Note that this is provided as an example, unity builds are recommended
+for best performance results (fewer tasks and fewer jobs to execute).
+See waflib/extras/unity.py.
+"""
+
+from waflib import Task, Utils
+from waflib.TaskGen import extension, feature, after_method
+from waflib.Tools import c, cxx
+
+MAX_BATCH = 50
+
+c_str = '${CC} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${CFLAGS} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${tsk.batch_incpaths()} ${DEFINES_ST:DEFINES} -c ${SRCLST} ${CXX_TGT_F_BATCHED} ${CPPFLAGS}'
+c_fun, _ = Task.compile_fun_noshell(c_str)
+
+cxx_str = '${CXX} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${CXXFLAGS} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${tsk.batch_incpaths()} ${DEFINES_ST:DEFINES} -c ${SRCLST} ${CXX_TGT_F_BATCHED} ${CPPFLAGS}'
+cxx_fun, _ = Task.compile_fun_noshell(cxx_str)
+
+count = 70000
+class batch(Task.Task):
+ color = 'PINK'
+
+ after = ['c', 'cxx']
+ before = ['cprogram', 'cshlib', 'cstlib', 'cxxprogram', 'cxxshlib', 'cxxstlib']
+
+ def uid(self):
+ return Utils.h_list([Task.Task.uid(self), self.generator.idx, self.generator.path.abspath(), self.generator.target])
+
+ def __str__(self):
+ return 'Batch compilation for %d slaves' % len(self.slaves)
+
+ def __init__(self, *k, **kw):
+ Task.Task.__init__(self, *k, **kw)
+ self.slaves = []
+ self.inputs = []
+ self.hasrun = 0
+
+ global count
+ count += 1
+ self.idx = count
+
+ def add_slave(self, slave):
+ self.slaves.append(slave)
+ self.set_run_after(slave)
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ for t in self.run_after:
+ if not t.hasrun:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+
+ for t in self.slaves:
+ #if t.executed:
+ if t.hasrun != Task.SKIPPED:
+ return Task.RUN_ME
+
+ return Task.SKIP_ME
+
+ def get_cwd(self):
+ return self.slaves[0].outputs[0].parent
+
+ def batch_incpaths(self):
+ st = self.env.CPPPATH_ST
+ return [st % node.abspath() for node in self.generator.includes_nodes]
+
+ def run(self):
+ self.outputs = []
+
+ srclst = []
+ slaves = []
+ for t in self.slaves:
+ if t.hasrun != Task.SKIPPED:
+ slaves.append(t)
+ srclst.append(t.inputs[0].abspath())
+
+ self.env.SRCLST = srclst
+
+ if self.slaves[0].__class__.__name__ == 'c':
+ ret = c_fun(self)
+ else:
+ ret = cxx_fun(self)
+
+ if ret:
+ return ret
+
+ for t in slaves:
+ t.old_post_run()
+
+def hook(cls_type):
+ def n_hook(self, node):
+
+ ext = '.obj' if self.env.CC_NAME == 'msvc' else '.o'
+ name = node.name
+ k = name.rfind('.')
+ if k >= 0:
+ basename = name[:k] + ext
+ else:
+ basename = name + ext
+
+ outdir = node.parent.get_bld().make_node('%d' % self.idx)
+ outdir.mkdir()
+ out = outdir.find_or_declare(basename)
+
+ task = self.create_task(cls_type, node, out)
+
+ try:
+ self.compiled_tasks.append(task)
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.compiled_tasks = [task]
+
+ if not getattr(self, 'masters', None):
+ self.masters = {}
+ self.allmasters = []
+
+ def fix_path(tsk):
+ if self.env.CC_NAME == 'msvc':
+ tsk.env.append_unique('CXX_TGT_F_BATCHED', '/Fo%s\\' % outdir.abspath())
+
+ if not node.parent in self.masters:
+ m = self.masters[node.parent] = self.master = self.create_task('batch')
+ fix_path(m)
+ self.allmasters.append(m)
+ else:
+ m = self.masters[node.parent]
+ if len(m.slaves) > MAX_BATCH:
+ m = self.masters[node.parent] = self.master = self.create_task('batch')
+ fix_path(m)
+ self.allmasters.append(m)
+ m.add_slave(task)
+ return task
+ return n_hook
+
+extension('.c')(hook('c'))
+extension('.cpp','.cc','.cxx','.C','.c++')(hook('cxx'))
+
+@feature('cprogram', 'cshlib', 'cstaticlib', 'cxxprogram', 'cxxshlib', 'cxxstlib')
+@after_method('apply_link')
+def link_after_masters(self):
+ if getattr(self, 'allmasters', None):
+ for m in self.allmasters:
+ self.link_task.set_run_after(m)
+
+# Modify the c and cxx task classes - in theory it would be best to
+# create subclasses and to re-map the c/c++ extensions
+for x in ('c', 'cxx'):
+ t = Task.classes[x]
+ def run(self):
+ pass
+
+ def post_run(self):
+ pass
+
+ setattr(t, 'oldrun', getattr(t, 'run', None))
+ setattr(t, 'run', run)
+ setattr(t, 'old_post_run', t.post_run)
+ setattr(t, 'post_run', post_run)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/biber.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/biber.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..fd9db4e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/biber.py
@@ -0,0 +1,58 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2011 (ita)
+
+"""
+Latex processing using "biber"
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task, Logs
+
+from waflib.Tools import tex as texmodule
+
+class tex(texmodule.tex):
+ biber_fun, _ = Task.compile_fun('${BIBER} ${BIBERFLAGS} ${SRCFILE}',shell=False)
+ biber_fun.__doc__ = """
+ Execute the program **biber**
+ """
+
+ def bibfile(self):
+ return None
+
+ def bibunits(self):
+ self.env.env = {}
+ self.env.env.update(os.environ)
+ self.env.env.update({'BIBINPUTS': self.texinputs(), 'BSTINPUTS': self.texinputs()})
+ self.env.SRCFILE = self.aux_nodes[0].name[:-4]
+
+ if not self.env['PROMPT_LATEX']:
+ self.env.append_unique('BIBERFLAGS', '--quiet')
+
+ path = self.aux_nodes[0].abspath()[:-4] + '.bcf'
+ if os.path.isfile(path):
+ Logs.warn('calling biber')
+ self.check_status('error when calling biber, check %s.blg for errors' % (self.env.SRCFILE), self.biber_fun())
+ else:
+ super(tex, self).bibfile()
+ super(tex, self).bibunits()
+
+class latex(tex):
+ texfun, vars = Task.compile_fun('${LATEX} ${LATEXFLAGS} ${SRCFILE}', shell=False)
+class pdflatex(tex):
+ texfun, vars = Task.compile_fun('${PDFLATEX} ${PDFLATEXFLAGS} ${SRCFILE}', shell=False)
+class xelatex(tex):
+ texfun, vars = Task.compile_fun('${XELATEX} ${XELATEXFLAGS} ${SRCFILE}', shell=False)
+
+def configure(self):
+ """
+ Almost the same as in tex.py, but try to detect 'biber'
+ """
+ v = self.env
+ for p in ' biber tex latex pdflatex xelatex bibtex dvips dvipdf ps2pdf makeindex pdf2ps'.split():
+ try:
+ self.find_program(p, var=p.upper())
+ except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
+ pass
+ v['DVIPSFLAGS'] = '-Ppdf'
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/bjam.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/bjam.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8e04d3a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/bjam.py
@@ -0,0 +1,128 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# per rosengren 2011
+
+from os import sep, readlink
+from waflib import Logs
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method
+from waflib.Task import Task, always_run
+
+def options(opt):
+ grp = opt.add_option_group('Bjam Options')
+ grp.add_option('--bjam_src', default=None, help='You can find it in <boost root>/tools/jam/src')
+ grp.add_option('--bjam_uname', default='linuxx86_64', help='bjam is built in <src>/bin.<uname>/bjam')
+ grp.add_option('--bjam_config', default=None)
+ grp.add_option('--bjam_toolset', default=None)
+
+def configure(cnf):
+ if not cnf.env.BJAM_SRC:
+ cnf.env.BJAM_SRC = cnf.options.bjam_src
+ if not cnf.env.BJAM_UNAME:
+ cnf.env.BJAM_UNAME = cnf.options.bjam_uname
+ try:
+ cnf.find_program('bjam', path_list=[
+ cnf.env.BJAM_SRC + sep + 'bin.' + cnf.env.BJAM_UNAME
+ ])
+ except Exception:
+ cnf.env.BJAM = None
+ if not cnf.env.BJAM_CONFIG:
+ cnf.env.BJAM_CONFIG = cnf.options.bjam_config
+ if not cnf.env.BJAM_TOOLSET:
+ cnf.env.BJAM_TOOLSET = cnf.options.bjam_toolset
+
+@feature('bjam')
+@after_method('process_rule')
+def process_bjam(self):
+ if not self.bld.env.BJAM:
+ self.create_task('bjam_creator')
+ self.create_task('bjam_build')
+ self.create_task('bjam_installer')
+ if getattr(self, 'always', False):
+ always_run(bjam_creator)
+ always_run(bjam_build)
+ always_run(bjam_installer)
+
+class bjam_creator(Task):
+ ext_out = 'bjam_exe'
+ vars=['BJAM_SRC', 'BJAM_UNAME']
+ def run(self):
+ env = self.env
+ gen = self.generator
+ bjam = gen.bld.root.find_dir(env.BJAM_SRC)
+ if not bjam:
+ Logs.error('Can not find bjam source')
+ return -1
+ bjam_exe_relpath = 'bin.' + env.BJAM_UNAME + '/bjam'
+ bjam_exe = bjam.find_resource(bjam_exe_relpath)
+ if bjam_exe:
+ env.BJAM = bjam_exe.srcpath()
+ return 0
+ bjam_cmd = ['./build.sh']
+ Logs.debug('runner: ' + bjam.srcpath() + '> ' + str(bjam_cmd))
+ result = self.exec_command(bjam_cmd, cwd=bjam.srcpath())
+ if not result == 0:
+ Logs.error('bjam failed')
+ return -1
+ bjam_exe = bjam.find_resource(bjam_exe_relpath)
+ if bjam_exe:
+ env.BJAM = bjam_exe.srcpath()
+ return 0
+ Logs.error('bjam failed')
+ return -1
+
+class bjam_build(Task):
+ ext_in = 'bjam_exe'
+ ext_out = 'install'
+ vars = ['BJAM_TOOLSET']
+ def run(self):
+ env = self.env
+ gen = self.generator
+ path = gen.path
+ bld = gen.bld
+ if hasattr(gen, 'root'):
+ build_root = path.find_node(gen.root)
+ else:
+ build_root = path
+ jam = bld.srcnode.find_resource(env.BJAM_CONFIG)
+ if jam:
+ Logs.debug('bjam: Using jam configuration from ' + jam.srcpath())
+ jam_rel = jam.relpath_gen(build_root)
+ else:
+ Logs.warn('No build configuration in build_config/user-config.jam. Using default')
+ jam_rel = None
+ bjam_exe = bld.srcnode.find_node(env.BJAM)
+ if not bjam_exe:
+ Logs.error('env.BJAM is not set')
+ return -1
+ bjam_exe_rel = bjam_exe.relpath_gen(build_root)
+ cmd = ([bjam_exe_rel] +
+ (['--user-config=' + jam_rel] if jam_rel else []) +
+ ['--stagedir=' + path.get_bld().path_from(build_root)] +
+ ['--debug-configuration'] +
+ ['--with-' + lib for lib in self.generator.target] +
+ (['toolset=' + env.BJAM_TOOLSET] if env.BJAM_TOOLSET else []) +
+ ['link=' + 'shared'] +
+ ['variant=' + 'release']
+ )
+ Logs.debug('runner: ' + build_root.srcpath() + '> ' + str(cmd))
+ ret = self.exec_command(cmd, cwd=build_root.srcpath())
+ if ret != 0:
+ return ret
+ self.set_outputs(path.get_bld().ant_glob('lib/*') + path.get_bld().ant_glob('bin/*'))
+ return 0
+
+class bjam_installer(Task):
+ ext_in = 'install'
+ def run(self):
+ gen = self.generator
+ path = gen.path
+ for idir, pat in (('${LIBDIR}', 'lib/*'), ('${BINDIR}', 'bin/*')):
+ files = []
+ for n in path.get_bld().ant_glob(pat):
+ try:
+ t = readlink(n.srcpath())
+ gen.bld.symlink_as(sep.join([idir, n.name]), t, postpone=False)
+ except OSError:
+ files.append(n)
+ gen.bld.install_files(idir, files, postpone=False)
+ return 0
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/blender.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/blender.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e5efc28
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/blender.py
@@ -0,0 +1,108 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Michal Proszek, 2014 (poxip)
+
+"""
+Detect the version of Blender, path
+and install the extension:
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('blender')
+ def configure(cnf):
+ cnf.load('blender')
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(name='io_mesh_raw',
+ feature='blender',
+ files=['file1.py', 'file2.py']
+ )
+If name variable is empty, files are installed in scripts/addons, otherwise scripts/addons/name
+Use ./waf configure --system to set the installation directory to system path
+"""
+import os
+import re
+from getpass import getuser
+
+from waflib import Utils
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option(
+ '-s', '--system',
+ dest='directory_system',
+ default=False,
+ action='store_true',
+ help='determines installation directory (default: user)'
+ )
+
+@conf
+def find_blender(ctx):
+ '''Return version number of blender, if not exist return None'''
+ blender = ctx.find_program('blender')
+ output = ctx.cmd_and_log(blender + ['--version'])
+ m = re.search(r'Blender\s*((\d+(\.|))*)', output)
+ if not m:
+ ctx.fatal('Could not retrieve blender version')
+
+ try:
+ blender_version = m.group(1)
+ except IndexError:
+ ctx.fatal('Could not retrieve blender version')
+
+ ctx.env['BLENDER_VERSION'] = blender_version
+ return blender
+
+@conf
+def configure_paths(ctx):
+ """Setup blender paths"""
+ # Get the username
+ user = getuser()
+ _platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+ config_path = {'user': '', 'system': ''}
+ if _platform.startswith('linux'):
+ config_path['user'] = '/home/%s/.config/blender/' % user
+ config_path['system'] = '/usr/share/blender/'
+ elif _platform == 'darwin':
+ # MAC OS X
+ config_path['user'] = \
+ '/Users/%s/Library/Application Support/Blender/' % user
+ config_path['system'] = '/Library/Application Support/Blender/'
+ elif Utils.is_win32:
+ # Windows
+ appdata_path = ctx.getenv('APPDATA').replace('\\', '/')
+ homedrive = ctx.getenv('HOMEDRIVE').replace('\\', '/')
+
+ config_path['user'] = '%s/Blender Foundation/Blender/' % appdata_path
+ config_path['system'] = \
+ '%sAll Users/AppData/Roaming/Blender Foundation/Blender/' % homedrive
+ else:
+ ctx.fatal(
+ 'Unsupported platform. '
+ 'Available platforms: Linux, OSX, MS-Windows.'
+ )
+
+ blender_version = ctx.env['BLENDER_VERSION']
+
+ config_path['user'] += blender_version + '/'
+ config_path['system'] += blender_version + '/'
+
+ ctx.env['BLENDER_CONFIG_DIR'] = os.path.abspath(config_path['user'])
+ if ctx.options.directory_system:
+ ctx.env['BLENDER_CONFIG_DIR'] = config_path['system']
+
+ ctx.env['BLENDER_ADDONS_DIR'] = os.path.join(
+ ctx.env['BLENDER_CONFIG_DIR'], 'scripts/addons'
+ )
+ Utils.check_dir(ctx.env['BLENDER_ADDONS_DIR'])
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ ctx.find_blender()
+ ctx.configure_paths()
+
+@feature('blender_list')
+def blender(self):
+ # Two ways to install a blender extension: as a module or just .py files
+ dest_dir = os.path.join(self.env.BLENDER_ADDONS_DIR, self.get_name())
+ Utils.check_dir(dest_dir)
+ self.add_install_files(install_to=dest_dir, install_from=getattr(self, 'files', '.'))
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/boo.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/boo.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..06623d4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/boo.py
@@ -0,0 +1,81 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Yannick LM 2011
+
+"""
+Support for the boo programming language, for example::
+
+ bld(features = "boo", # necessary feature
+ source = "src.boo", # list of boo files
+ gen = "world.dll", # target
+ type = "library", # library/exe ("-target:xyz" flag)
+ name = "world" # necessary if the target is referenced by 'use'
+ )
+"""
+
+from waflib import Task
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method, before_method, extension
+
+@extension('.boo')
+def boo_hook(self, node):
+ # Nothing here yet ...
+ # TODO filter the non-boo source files in 'apply_booc' and remove this method
+ pass
+
+@feature('boo')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def apply_booc(self):
+ """Create a booc task """
+ src_nodes = self.to_nodes(self.source)
+ out_node = self.path.find_or_declare(self.gen)
+
+ self.boo_task = self.create_task('booc', src_nodes, [out_node])
+
+ # Set variables used by the 'booc' task
+ self.boo_task.env.OUT = '-o:%s' % out_node.abspath()
+
+ # type is "exe" by default
+ type = getattr(self, "type", "exe")
+ self.boo_task.env.BOO_TARGET_TYPE = "-target:%s" % type
+
+@feature('boo')
+@after_method('apply_boo')
+def use_boo(self):
+ """"
+ boo applications honor the **use** keyword::
+ """
+ dep_names = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'use', []))
+ for dep_name in dep_names:
+ dep_task_gen = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name(dep_name)
+ if not dep_task_gen:
+ continue
+ dep_task_gen.post()
+ dep_task = getattr(dep_task_gen, 'boo_task', None)
+ if not dep_task:
+ # Try a cs task:
+ dep_task = getattr(dep_task_gen, 'cs_task', None)
+ if not dep_task:
+ # Try a link task:
+ dep_task = getattr(dep_task, 'link_task', None)
+ if not dep_task:
+ # Abort ...
+ continue
+ self.boo_task.set_run_after(dep_task) # order
+ self.boo_task.dep_nodes.extend(dep_task.outputs) # dependency
+ self.boo_task.env.append_value('BOO_FLAGS', '-reference:%s' % dep_task.outputs[0].abspath())
+
+class booc(Task.Task):
+ """Compiles .boo files """
+ color = 'YELLOW'
+ run_str = '${BOOC} ${BOO_FLAGS} ${BOO_TARGET_TYPE} ${OUT} ${SRC}'
+
+@conf
+def check_booc(self):
+ self.find_program('booc', 'BOOC')
+ self.env.BOO_FLAGS = ['-nologo']
+
+def configure(self):
+ """Check that booc is available """
+ self.check_booc()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/boost.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/boost.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c2aaaa9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/boost.py
@@ -0,0 +1,525 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+#
+# partially based on boost.py written by Gernot Vormayr
+# written by Ruediger Sonderfeld <ruediger@c-plusplus.de>, 2008
+# modified by Bjoern Michaelsen, 2008
+# modified by Luca Fossati, 2008
+# rewritten for waf 1.5.1, Thomas Nagy, 2008
+# rewritten for waf 1.6.2, Sylvain Rouquette, 2011
+
+'''
+
+This is an extra tool, not bundled with the default waf binary.
+To add the boost tool to the waf file:
+$ ./waf-light --tools=compat15,boost
+ or, if you have waf >= 1.6.2
+$ ./waf update --files=boost
+
+When using this tool, the wscript will look like:
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_cxx boost')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx boost')
+ conf.check_boost(lib='system filesystem')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(source='main.cpp', target='app', use='BOOST')
+
+Options are generated, in order to specify the location of boost includes/libraries.
+The `check_boost` configuration function allows to specify the used boost libraries.
+It can also provide default arguments to the --boost-mt command-line arguments.
+Everything will be packaged together in a BOOST component that you can use.
+
+When using MSVC, a lot of compilation flags need to match your BOOST build configuration:
+ - you may have to add /EHsc to your CXXFLAGS or define boost::throw_exception if BOOST_NO_EXCEPTIONS is defined.
+ Errors: C4530
+ - boost libraries will try to be smart and use the (pretty but often not useful) auto-linking feature of MSVC
+ So before calling `conf.check_boost` you might want to disabling by adding
+ conf.env.DEFINES_BOOST += ['BOOST_ALL_NO_LIB']
+ Errors:
+ - boost might also be compiled with /MT, which links the runtime statically.
+ If you have problems with redefined symbols,
+ self.env['DEFINES_%s' % var] += ['BOOST_ALL_NO_LIB']
+ self.env['CXXFLAGS_%s' % var] += ['/MD', '/EHsc']
+Passing `--boost-linkage_autodetect` might help ensuring having a correct linkage in some basic cases.
+
+'''
+
+import sys
+import re
+from waflib import Utils, Logs, Errors
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method
+
+BOOST_LIBS = ['/usr/lib', '/usr/local/lib', '/opt/local/lib', '/sw/lib', '/lib']
+BOOST_INCLUDES = ['/usr/include', '/usr/local/include', '/opt/local/include', '/sw/include']
+BOOST_VERSION_FILE = 'boost/version.hpp'
+BOOST_VERSION_CODE = '''
+#include <iostream>
+#include <boost/version.hpp>
+int main() { std::cout << BOOST_LIB_VERSION << ":" << BOOST_VERSION << std::endl; }
+'''
+
+BOOST_ERROR_CODE = '''
+#include <boost/system/error_code.hpp>
+int main() { boost::system::error_code c; }
+'''
+
+PTHREAD_CODE = '''
+#include <pthread.h>
+static void* f(void*) { return 0; }
+int main() {
+ pthread_t th;
+ pthread_attr_t attr;
+ pthread_attr_init(&attr);
+ pthread_create(&th, &attr, &f, 0);
+ pthread_join(th, 0);
+ pthread_cleanup_push(0, 0);
+ pthread_cleanup_pop(0);
+ pthread_attr_destroy(&attr);
+}
+'''
+
+BOOST_THREAD_CODE = '''
+#include <boost/thread.hpp>
+int main() { boost::thread t; }
+'''
+
+BOOST_LOG_CODE = '''
+#include <boost/log/trivial.hpp>
+#include <boost/log/utility/setup/console.hpp>
+#include <boost/log/utility/setup/common_attributes.hpp>
+int main() {
+ using namespace boost::log;
+ add_common_attributes();
+ add_console_log(std::clog, keywords::format = "%Message%");
+ BOOST_LOG_TRIVIAL(debug) << "log is working" << std::endl;
+}
+'''
+
+# toolsets from {boost_dir}/tools/build/v2/tools/common.jam
+PLATFORM = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+detect_intel = lambda env: (PLATFORM == 'win32') and 'iw' or 'il'
+detect_clang = lambda env: (PLATFORM == 'darwin') and 'clang-darwin' or 'clang'
+detect_mingw = lambda env: (re.search('MinGW', env.CXX[0])) and 'mgw' or 'gcc'
+BOOST_TOOLSETS = {
+ 'borland': 'bcb',
+ 'clang': detect_clang,
+ 'como': 'como',
+ 'cw': 'cw',
+ 'darwin': 'xgcc',
+ 'edg': 'edg',
+ 'g++': detect_mingw,
+ 'gcc': detect_mingw,
+ 'icpc': detect_intel,
+ 'intel': detect_intel,
+ 'kcc': 'kcc',
+ 'kylix': 'bck',
+ 'mipspro': 'mp',
+ 'mingw': 'mgw',
+ 'msvc': 'vc',
+ 'qcc': 'qcc',
+ 'sun': 'sw',
+ 'sunc++': 'sw',
+ 'tru64cxx': 'tru',
+ 'vacpp': 'xlc'
+}
+
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt = opt.add_option_group('Boost Options')
+ opt.add_option('--boost-includes', type='string',
+ default='', dest='boost_includes',
+ help='''path to the directory where the boost includes are,
+ e.g., /path/to/boost_1_55_0/stage/include''')
+ opt.add_option('--boost-libs', type='string',
+ default='', dest='boost_libs',
+ help='''path to the directory where the boost libs are,
+ e.g., path/to/boost_1_55_0/stage/lib''')
+ opt.add_option('--boost-mt', action='store_true',
+ default=False, dest='boost_mt',
+ help='select multi-threaded libraries')
+ opt.add_option('--boost-abi', type='string', default='', dest='boost_abi',
+ help='''select libraries with tags (gd for debug, static is automatically added),
+ see doc Boost, Getting Started, chapter 6.1''')
+ opt.add_option('--boost-linkage_autodetect', action="store_true", dest='boost_linkage_autodetect',
+ help="auto-detect boost linkage options (don't get used to it / might break other stuff)")
+ opt.add_option('--boost-toolset', type='string',
+ default='', dest='boost_toolset',
+ help='force a toolset e.g. msvc, vc90, \
+ gcc, mingw, mgw45 (default: auto)')
+ py_version = '%d%d' % (sys.version_info[0], sys.version_info[1])
+ opt.add_option('--boost-python', type='string',
+ default=py_version, dest='boost_python',
+ help='select the lib python with this version \
+ (default: %s)' % py_version)
+
+
+@conf
+def __boost_get_version_file(self, d):
+ if not d:
+ return None
+ dnode = self.root.find_dir(d)
+ if dnode:
+ return dnode.find_node(BOOST_VERSION_FILE)
+ return None
+
+@conf
+def boost_get_version(self, d):
+ """silently retrieve the boost version number"""
+ node = self.__boost_get_version_file(d)
+ if node:
+ try:
+ txt = node.read()
+ except EnvironmentError:
+ Logs.error("Could not read the file %r", node.abspath())
+ else:
+ re_but1 = re.compile('^#define\\s+BOOST_LIB_VERSION\\s+"(.+)"', re.M)
+ m1 = re_but1.search(txt)
+ re_but2 = re.compile('^#define\\s+BOOST_VERSION\\s+(\\d+)', re.M)
+ m2 = re_but2.search(txt)
+ if m1 and m2:
+ return (m1.group(1), m2.group(1))
+ return self.check_cxx(fragment=BOOST_VERSION_CODE, includes=[d], execute=True, define_ret=True).split(":")
+
+@conf
+def boost_get_includes(self, *k, **kw):
+ includes = k and k[0] or kw.get('includes')
+ if includes and self.__boost_get_version_file(includes):
+ return includes
+ for d in self.environ.get('INCLUDE', '').split(';') + BOOST_INCLUDES:
+ if self.__boost_get_version_file(d):
+ return d
+ if includes:
+ self.end_msg('headers not found in %s' % includes)
+ self.fatal('The configuration failed')
+ else:
+ self.end_msg('headers not found, please provide a --boost-includes argument (see help)')
+ self.fatal('The configuration failed')
+
+
+@conf
+def boost_get_toolset(self, cc):
+ toolset = cc
+ if not cc:
+ build_platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+ if build_platform in BOOST_TOOLSETS:
+ cc = build_platform
+ else:
+ cc = self.env.CXX_NAME
+ if cc in BOOST_TOOLSETS:
+ toolset = BOOST_TOOLSETS[cc]
+ return isinstance(toolset, str) and toolset or toolset(self.env)
+
+
+@conf
+def __boost_get_libs_path(self, *k, **kw):
+ ''' return the lib path and all the files in it '''
+ if 'files' in kw:
+ return self.root.find_dir('.'), Utils.to_list(kw['files'])
+ libs = k and k[0] or kw.get('libs')
+ if libs:
+ path = self.root.find_dir(libs)
+ files = path.ant_glob('*boost_*')
+ if not libs or not files:
+ for d in self.environ.get('LIB', '').split(';') + BOOST_LIBS:
+ if not d:
+ continue
+ path = self.root.find_dir(d)
+ if path:
+ files = path.ant_glob('*boost_*')
+ if files:
+ break
+ path = self.root.find_dir(d + '64')
+ if path:
+ files = path.ant_glob('*boost_*')
+ if files:
+ break
+ if not path:
+ if libs:
+ self.end_msg('libs not found in %s' % libs)
+ self.fatal('The configuration failed')
+ else:
+ self.end_msg('libs not found, please provide a --boost-libs argument (see help)')
+ self.fatal('The configuration failed')
+
+ self.to_log('Found the boost path in %r with the libraries:' % path)
+ for x in files:
+ self.to_log(' %r' % x)
+ return path, files
+
+@conf
+def boost_get_libs(self, *k, **kw):
+ '''
+ return the lib path and the required libs
+ according to the parameters
+ '''
+ path, files = self.__boost_get_libs_path(**kw)
+ files = sorted(files, key=lambda f: (len(f.name), f.name), reverse=True)
+ toolset = self.boost_get_toolset(kw.get('toolset', ''))
+ toolset_pat = '(-%s[0-9]{0,3})' % toolset
+ version = '-%s' % self.env.BOOST_VERSION
+
+ def find_lib(re_lib, files):
+ for file in files:
+ if re_lib.search(file.name):
+ self.to_log('Found boost lib %s' % file)
+ return file
+ return None
+
+ def format_lib_name(name):
+ if name.startswith('lib') and self.env.CC_NAME != 'msvc':
+ name = name[3:]
+ return name[:name.rfind('.')]
+
+ def match_libs(lib_names, is_static):
+ libs = []
+ lib_names = Utils.to_list(lib_names)
+ if not lib_names:
+ return libs
+ t = []
+ if kw.get('mt', False):
+ t.append('-mt')
+ if kw.get('abi'):
+ t.append('%s%s' % (is_static and '-s' or '-', kw['abi']))
+ elif is_static:
+ t.append('-s')
+ tags_pat = t and ''.join(t) or ''
+ ext = is_static and self.env.cxxstlib_PATTERN or self.env.cxxshlib_PATTERN
+ ext = ext.partition('%s')[2] # remove '%s' or 'lib%s' from PATTERN
+
+ for lib in lib_names:
+ if lib == 'python':
+ # for instance, with python='27',
+ # accepts '-py27', '-py2', '27', '-2.7' and '2'
+ # but will reject '-py3', '-py26', '26' and '3'
+ tags = '({0})?((-py{2})|(-py{1}(?=[^0-9]))|({2})|(-{1}.{3})|({1}(?=[^0-9]))|(?=[^0-9])(?!-py))'.format(tags_pat, kw['python'][0], kw['python'], kw['python'][1])
+ else:
+ tags = tags_pat
+ # Trying libraries, from most strict match to least one
+ for pattern in ['boost_%s%s%s%s%s$' % (lib, toolset_pat, tags, version, ext),
+ 'boost_%s%s%s%s$' % (lib, tags, version, ext),
+ # Give up trying to find the right version
+ 'boost_%s%s%s%s$' % (lib, toolset_pat, tags, ext),
+ 'boost_%s%s%s$' % (lib, tags, ext),
+ 'boost_%s%s$' % (lib, ext),
+ 'boost_%s' % lib]:
+ self.to_log('Trying pattern %s' % pattern)
+ file = find_lib(re.compile(pattern), files)
+ if file:
+ libs.append(format_lib_name(file.name))
+ break
+ else:
+ self.end_msg('lib %s not found in %s' % (lib, path.abspath()))
+ self.fatal('The configuration failed')
+ return libs
+
+ return path.abspath(), match_libs(kw.get('lib'), False), match_libs(kw.get('stlib'), True)
+
+@conf
+def _check_pthread_flag(self, *k, **kw):
+ '''
+ Computes which flags should be added to CXXFLAGS and LINKFLAGS to compile in multi-threading mode
+
+ Yes, we *need* to put the -pthread thing in CPPFLAGS because with GCC3,
+ boost/thread.hpp will trigger a #error if -pthread isn't used:
+ boost/config/requires_threads.hpp:47:5: #error "Compiler threading support
+ is not turned on. Please set the correct command line options for
+ threading: -pthread (Linux), -pthreads (Solaris) or -mthreads (Mingw32)"
+
+ Based on _BOOST_PTHREAD_FLAG(): https://github.com/tsuna/boost.m4/blob/master/build-aux/boost.m4
+ '''
+
+ var = kw.get('uselib_store', 'BOOST')
+
+ self.start_msg('Checking the flags needed to use pthreads')
+
+ # The ordering *is* (sometimes) important. Some notes on the
+ # individual items follow:
+ # (none): in case threads are in libc; should be tried before -Kthread and
+ # other compiler flags to prevent continual compiler warnings
+ # -lpthreads: AIX (must check this before -lpthread)
+ # -Kthread: Sequent (threads in libc, but -Kthread needed for pthread.h)
+ # -kthread: FreeBSD kernel threads (preferred to -pthread since SMP-able)
+ # -llthread: LinuxThreads port on FreeBSD (also preferred to -pthread)
+ # -pthread: GNU Linux/GCC (kernel threads), BSD/GCC (userland threads)
+ # -pthreads: Solaris/GCC
+ # -mthreads: MinGW32/GCC, Lynx/GCC
+ # -mt: Sun Workshop C (may only link SunOS threads [-lthread], but it
+ # doesn't hurt to check since this sometimes defines pthreads too;
+ # also defines -D_REENTRANT)
+ # ... -mt is also the pthreads flag for HP/aCC
+ # -lpthread: GNU Linux, etc.
+ # --thread-safe: KAI C++
+ if Utils.unversioned_sys_platform() == "sunos":
+ # On Solaris (at least, for some versions), libc contains stubbed
+ # (non-functional) versions of the pthreads routines, so link-based
+ # tests will erroneously succeed. (We need to link with -pthreads/-mt/
+ # -lpthread.) (The stubs are missing pthread_cleanup_push, or rather
+ # a function called by this macro, so we could check for that, but
+ # who knows whether they'll stub that too in a future libc.) So,
+ # we'll just look for -pthreads and -lpthread first:
+ boost_pthread_flags = ["-pthreads", "-lpthread", "-mt", "-pthread"]
+ else:
+ boost_pthread_flags = ["", "-lpthreads", "-Kthread", "-kthread", "-llthread", "-pthread",
+ "-pthreads", "-mthreads", "-lpthread", "--thread-safe", "-mt"]
+
+ for boost_pthread_flag in boost_pthread_flags:
+ try:
+ self.env.stash()
+ self.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS_%s' % var, boost_pthread_flag)
+ self.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS_%s' % var, boost_pthread_flag)
+ self.check_cxx(code=PTHREAD_CODE, msg=None, use=var, execute=False)
+
+ self.end_msg(boost_pthread_flag)
+ return
+ except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
+ self.env.revert()
+ self.end_msg('None')
+
+@conf
+def check_boost(self, *k, **kw):
+ """
+ Initialize boost libraries to be used.
+
+ Keywords: you can pass the same parameters as with the command line (without "--boost-").
+ Note that the command line has the priority, and should preferably be used.
+ """
+ if not self.env['CXX']:
+ self.fatal('load a c++ compiler first, conf.load("compiler_cxx")')
+
+ params = {
+ 'lib': k and k[0] or kw.get('lib'),
+ 'stlib': kw.get('stlib')
+ }
+ for key, value in self.options.__dict__.items():
+ if not key.startswith('boost_'):
+ continue
+ key = key[len('boost_'):]
+ params[key] = value and value or kw.get(key, '')
+
+ var = kw.get('uselib_store', 'BOOST')
+
+ self.find_program('dpkg-architecture', var='DPKG_ARCHITECTURE', mandatory=False)
+ if self.env.DPKG_ARCHITECTURE:
+ deb_host_multiarch = self.cmd_and_log([self.env.DPKG_ARCHITECTURE[0], '-qDEB_HOST_MULTIARCH'])
+ BOOST_LIBS.insert(0, '/usr/lib/%s' % deb_host_multiarch.strip())
+
+ self.start_msg('Checking boost includes')
+ self.env['INCLUDES_%s' % var] = inc = self.boost_get_includes(**params)
+ versions = self.boost_get_version(inc)
+ self.env.BOOST_VERSION = versions[0]
+ self.env.BOOST_VERSION_NUMBER = int(versions[1])
+ self.end_msg("%d.%d.%d" % (int(versions[1]) / 100000,
+ int(versions[1]) / 100 % 1000,
+ int(versions[1]) % 100))
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.pprint('CYAN', ' path : %s' % self.env['INCLUDES_%s' % var])
+
+ if not params['lib'] and not params['stlib']:
+ return
+ if 'static' in kw or 'static' in params:
+ Logs.warn('boost: static parameter is deprecated, use stlib instead.')
+ self.start_msg('Checking boost libs')
+ path, libs, stlibs = self.boost_get_libs(**params)
+ self.env['LIBPATH_%s' % var] = [path]
+ self.env['STLIBPATH_%s' % var] = [path]
+ self.env['LIB_%s' % var] = libs
+ self.env['STLIB_%s' % var] = stlibs
+ self.end_msg('ok')
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.pprint('CYAN', ' path : %s' % path)
+ Logs.pprint('CYAN', ' shared libs : %s' % libs)
+ Logs.pprint('CYAN', ' static libs : %s' % stlibs)
+
+ def has_shlib(lib):
+ return params['lib'] and lib in params['lib']
+ def has_stlib(lib):
+ return params['stlib'] and lib in params['stlib']
+ def has_lib(lib):
+ return has_shlib(lib) or has_stlib(lib)
+ if has_lib('thread'):
+ # not inside try_link to make check visible in the output
+ self._check_pthread_flag(k, kw)
+
+ def try_link():
+ if has_lib('system'):
+ self.check_cxx(fragment=BOOST_ERROR_CODE, use=var, execute=False)
+ if has_lib('thread'):
+ self.check_cxx(fragment=BOOST_THREAD_CODE, use=var, execute=False)
+ if has_lib('log'):
+ if not has_lib('thread'):
+ self.env['DEFINES_%s' % var] += ['BOOST_LOG_NO_THREADS']
+ if has_shlib('log'):
+ self.env['DEFINES_%s' % var] += ['BOOST_LOG_DYN_LINK']
+ self.check_cxx(fragment=BOOST_LOG_CODE, use=var, execute=False)
+
+ if params.get('linkage_autodetect', False):
+ self.start_msg("Attempting to detect boost linkage flags")
+ toolset = self.boost_get_toolset(kw.get('toolset', ''))
+ if toolset in ('vc',):
+ # disable auto-linking feature, causing error LNK1181
+ # because the code wants to be linked against
+ self.env['DEFINES_%s' % var] += ['BOOST_ALL_NO_LIB']
+
+ # if no dlls are present, we guess the .lib files are not stubs
+ has_dlls = False
+ for x in Utils.listdir(path):
+ if x.endswith(self.env.cxxshlib_PATTERN % ''):
+ has_dlls = True
+ break
+ if not has_dlls:
+ self.env['STLIBPATH_%s' % var] = [path]
+ self.env['STLIB_%s' % var] = libs
+ del self.env['LIB_%s' % var]
+ del self.env['LIBPATH_%s' % var]
+
+ # we attempt to play with some known-to-work CXXFLAGS combinations
+ for cxxflags in (['/MD', '/EHsc'], []):
+ self.env.stash()
+ self.env["CXXFLAGS_%s" % var] += cxxflags
+ try:
+ try_link()
+ except Errors.ConfigurationError as e:
+ self.env.revert()
+ exc = e
+ else:
+ self.end_msg("ok: winning cxxflags combination: %s" % (self.env["CXXFLAGS_%s" % var]))
+ exc = None
+ self.env.commit()
+ break
+
+ if exc is not None:
+ self.end_msg("Could not auto-detect boost linking flags combination, you may report it to boost.py author", ex=exc)
+ self.fatal('The configuration failed')
+ else:
+ self.end_msg("Boost linkage flags auto-detection not implemented (needed ?) for this toolchain")
+ self.fatal('The configuration failed')
+ else:
+ self.start_msg('Checking for boost linkage')
+ try:
+ try_link()
+ except Errors.ConfigurationError as e:
+ self.end_msg("Could not link against boost libraries using supplied options")
+ self.fatal('The configuration failed')
+ self.end_msg('ok')
+
+
+@feature('cxx')
+@after_method('apply_link')
+def install_boost(self):
+ if install_boost.done or not Utils.is_win32 or not self.bld.cmd.startswith('install'):
+ return
+ install_boost.done = True
+ inst_to = getattr(self, 'install_path', '${BINDIR}')
+ for lib in self.env.LIB_BOOST:
+ try:
+ file = self.bld.find_file(self.env.cxxshlib_PATTERN % lib, self.env.LIBPATH_BOOST)
+ self.add_install_files(install_to=inst_to, install_from=self.bld.root.find_node(file))
+ except:
+ continue
+install_boost.done = False
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/build_file_tracker.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/build_file_tracker.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c4f26fd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/build_file_tracker.py
@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2015
+
+"""
+Force files to depend on the timestamps of those located in the build directory. You may
+want to use this to force partial rebuilds, see playground/track_output_files/ for a working example.
+
+Note that there is a variety of ways to implement this, one may want use timestamps on source files too for example,
+or one may want to hash the files in the source directory only under certain conditions (md5_tstamp tool)
+or to hash the file in the build directory with its timestamp
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Node, Utils
+
+def get_bld_sig(self):
+ if not self.is_bld() or self.ctx.bldnode is self.ctx.srcnode:
+ return Utils.h_file(self.abspath())
+
+ try:
+ # add the creation time to the signature
+ return self.sig + str(os.stat(self.abspath()).st_mtime)
+ except AttributeError:
+ return None
+
+Node.Node.get_bld_sig = get_bld_sig
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/build_logs.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/build_logs.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..cdf8ed0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/build_logs.py
@@ -0,0 +1,110 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2013 (ita)
+
+"""
+A system for recording all outputs to a log file. Just add the following to your wscript file::
+
+ def init(ctx):
+ ctx.load('build_logs')
+"""
+
+import atexit, sys, time, os, shutil, threading
+from waflib import ansiterm, Logs, Context
+
+# adding the logs under the build/ directory will clash with the clean/ command
+try:
+ up = os.path.dirname(Context.g_module.__file__)
+except AttributeError:
+ up = '.'
+LOGFILE = os.path.join(up, 'logs', time.strftime('%Y_%m_%d_%H_%M.log'))
+
+wlock = threading.Lock()
+class log_to_file(object):
+ def __init__(self, stream, fileobj, filename):
+ self.stream = stream
+ self.encoding = self.stream.encoding
+ self.fileobj = fileobj
+ self.filename = filename
+ self.is_valid = True
+ def replace_colors(self, data):
+ for x in Logs.colors_lst.values():
+ if isinstance(x, str):
+ data = data.replace(x, '')
+ return data
+ def write(self, data):
+ try:
+ wlock.acquire()
+ self.stream.write(data)
+ self.stream.flush()
+ if self.is_valid:
+ self.fileobj.write(self.replace_colors(data))
+ finally:
+ wlock.release()
+ def fileno(self):
+ return self.stream.fileno()
+ def flush(self):
+ self.stream.flush()
+ if self.is_valid:
+ self.fileobj.flush()
+ def isatty(self):
+ return self.stream.isatty()
+
+def init(ctx):
+ global LOGFILE
+ filename = os.path.abspath(LOGFILE)
+ try:
+ os.makedirs(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(filename)))
+ except OSError:
+ pass
+
+ if hasattr(os, 'O_NOINHERIT'):
+ fd = os.open(LOGFILE, os.O_CREAT | os.O_TRUNC | os.O_WRONLY | os.O_NOINHERIT)
+ fileobj = os.fdopen(fd, 'w')
+ else:
+ fileobj = open(LOGFILE, 'w')
+ old_stderr = sys.stderr
+
+ # sys.stdout has already been replaced, so __stdout__ will be faster
+ #sys.stdout = log_to_file(sys.stdout, fileobj, filename)
+ #sys.stderr = log_to_file(sys.stderr, fileobj, filename)
+ def wrap(stream):
+ if stream.isatty():
+ return ansiterm.AnsiTerm(stream)
+ return stream
+ sys.stdout = log_to_file(wrap(sys.__stdout__), fileobj, filename)
+ sys.stderr = log_to_file(wrap(sys.__stderr__), fileobj, filename)
+
+ # now mess with the logging module...
+ for x in Logs.log.handlers:
+ try:
+ stream = x.stream
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ if id(stream) == id(old_stderr):
+ x.stream = sys.stderr
+
+def exit_cleanup():
+ try:
+ fileobj = sys.stdout.fileobj
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ sys.stdout.is_valid = False
+ sys.stderr.is_valid = False
+ fileobj.close()
+ filename = sys.stdout.filename
+
+ Logs.info('Output logged to %r', filename)
+
+ # then copy the log file to "latest.log" if possible
+ up = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(filename))
+ try:
+ shutil.copy(filename, os.path.join(up, 'latest.log'))
+ except OSError:
+ # this may fail on windows due to processes spawned
+ pass
+
+atexit.register(exit_cleanup)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/buildcopy.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/buildcopy.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..eaff7e6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/buildcopy.py
@@ -0,0 +1,85 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Calle Rosenquist, 2017 (xbreak)
+"""
+Create task that copies source files to the associated build node.
+This is useful to e.g. construct a complete Python package so it can be unit tested
+without installation.
+
+Source files to be copied can be specified either in `buildcopy_source` attribute, or
+`source` attribute. If both are specified `buildcopy_source` has priority.
+
+Examples::
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(name = 'bar',
+ features = 'py buildcopy',
+ source = bld.path.ant_glob('src/bar/*.py'))
+
+ bld(name = 'py baz',
+ features = 'buildcopy',
+ buildcopy_source = bld.path.ant_glob('src/bar/*.py') + ['src/bar/resource.txt'])
+
+"""
+import os, shutil
+from waflib import Errors, Task, TaskGen, Utils, Node, Logs
+
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+@TaskGen.feature('buildcopy')
+def make_buildcopy(self):
+ """
+ Creates the buildcopy task.
+ """
+ def to_src_nodes(lst):
+ """Find file nodes only in src, TaskGen.to_nodes will not work for this since it gives
+ preference to nodes in build.
+ """
+ if isinstance(lst, Node.Node):
+ if not lst.is_src():
+ raise Errors.WafError('buildcopy: node %s is not in src'%lst)
+ if not os.path.isfile(lst.abspath()):
+ raise Errors.WafError('buildcopy: Cannot copy directory %s (unsupported action)'%lst)
+ return lst
+
+ if isinstance(lst, str):
+ lst = [x for x in Utils.split_path(lst) if x and x != '.']
+
+ node = self.bld.path.get_src().search_node(lst)
+ if node:
+ if not os.path.isfile(node.abspath()):
+ raise Errors.WafError('buildcopy: Cannot copy directory %s (unsupported action)'%node)
+ return node
+
+ node = self.bld.path.get_src().find_node(lst)
+ if node:
+ if not os.path.isfile(node.abspath()):
+ raise Errors.WafError('buildcopy: Cannot copy directory %s (unsupported action)'%node)
+ return node
+ raise Errors.WafError('buildcopy: File not found in src: %s'%os.path.join(*lst))
+
+ nodes = [ to_src_nodes(n) for n in getattr(self, 'buildcopy_source', getattr(self, 'source', [])) ]
+ if not nodes:
+ Logs.warn('buildcopy: No source files provided to buildcopy in %s (set `buildcopy_source` or `source`)',
+ self)
+ return
+ node_pairs = [(n, n.get_bld()) for n in nodes]
+ self.create_task('buildcopy', [n[0] for n in node_pairs], [n[1] for n in node_pairs], node_pairs=node_pairs)
+
+class buildcopy(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Copy for each pair `n` in `node_pairs`: n[0] -> n[1].
+
+ Attribute `node_pairs` should contain a list of tuples describing source and target:
+
+ node_pairs = [(in, out), ...]
+
+ """
+ color = 'PINK'
+
+ def keyword(self):
+ return 'Copying'
+
+ def run(self):
+ for f,t in self.node_pairs:
+ t.parent.mkdir()
+ shutil.copy2(f.abspath(), t.abspath())
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/c_bgxlc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/c_bgxlc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6e3eaf7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/c_bgxlc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+"""
+IBM XL Compiler for Blue Gene
+"""
+
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot,ar
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools import xlc # method xlc_common_flags
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_c import c_compiler
+c_compiler['linux'].append('c_bgxlc')
+
+@conf
+def find_bgxlc(conf):
+ cc = conf.find_program(['bgxlc_r','bgxlc'], var='CC')
+ conf.get_xlc_version(cc)
+ conf.env.CC = cc
+ conf.env.CC_NAME = 'bgxlc'
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_bgxlc()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.xlc_common_flags()
+ conf.env.LINKFLAGS_cshlib = ['-G','-Wl,-bexpfull']
+ conf.env.LINKFLAGS_cprogram = []
+ conf.cc_load_tools()
+ conf.cc_add_flags()
+ conf.link_add_flags()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/c_dumbpreproc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/c_dumbpreproc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ce9e1a4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/c_dumbpreproc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+Dumb C/C++ preprocessor for finding dependencies
+
+It will look at all include files it can find after removing the comments, so the following
+will always add the dependency on both "a.h" and "b.h"::
+
+ #include "a.h"
+ #ifdef B
+ #include "b.h"
+ #endif
+ int main() {
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+To use::
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_c')
+ conf.load('c_dumbpreproc')
+"""
+
+import re
+from waflib.Tools import c_preproc
+
+re_inc = re.compile(
+ '^[ \t]*(#|%:)[ \t]*(include)[ \t]*[<"](.*)[>"]\r*$',
+ re.IGNORECASE | re.MULTILINE)
+
+def lines_includes(node):
+ code = node.read()
+ if c_preproc.use_trigraphs:
+ for (a, b) in c_preproc.trig_def:
+ code = code.split(a).join(b)
+ code = c_preproc.re_nl.sub('', code)
+ code = c_preproc.re_cpp.sub(c_preproc.repl, code)
+ return [(m.group(2), m.group(3)) for m in re.finditer(re_inc, code)]
+
+parser = c_preproc.c_parser
+class dumb_parser(parser):
+ def addlines(self, node):
+ if node in self.nodes[:-1]:
+ return
+ self.currentnode_stack.append(node.parent)
+
+ # Avoid reading the same files again
+ try:
+ lines = self.parse_cache[node]
+ except KeyError:
+ lines = self.parse_cache[node] = lines_includes(node)
+
+ self.lines = lines + [(c_preproc.POPFILE, '')] + self.lines
+
+ def start(self, node, env):
+ try:
+ self.parse_cache = node.ctx.parse_cache
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.parse_cache = node.ctx.parse_cache = {}
+
+ self.addlines(node)
+ while self.lines:
+ (x, y) = self.lines.pop(0)
+ if x == c_preproc.POPFILE:
+ self.currentnode_stack.pop()
+ continue
+ self.tryfind(y)
+
+c_preproc.c_parser = dumb_parser
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/c_emscripten.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/c_emscripten.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e1ac494
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/c_emscripten.py
@@ -0,0 +1,87 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# -*- coding: utf-8 vi:ts=4:noexpandtab
+
+import subprocess, shlex, sys
+
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot, gcc, gxx
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib.TaskGen import after_method, feature
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_c import c_compiler
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_cxx import cxx_compiler
+
+for supported_os in ('linux', 'darwin', 'gnu', 'aix'):
+ c_compiler[supported_os].append('c_emscripten')
+ cxx_compiler[supported_os].append('c_emscripten')
+
+
+@conf
+def get_emscripten_version(conf, cc):
+ """
+ Emscripten doesn't support processing '-' like clang/gcc
+ """
+
+ dummy = conf.cachedir.parent.make_node("waf-emscripten.c")
+ dummy.write("")
+ cmd = cc + ['-dM', '-E', '-x', 'c', dummy.abspath()]
+ env = conf.env.env or None
+ try:
+ p = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, env=env)
+ out = p.communicate()[0]
+ except Exception as e:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine emscripten version %r: %s' % (cmd, e))
+
+ if not isinstance(out, str):
+ out = out.decode(sys.stdout.encoding or 'latin-1')
+
+ k = {}
+ out = out.splitlines()
+ for line in out:
+ lst = shlex.split(line)
+ if len(lst)>2:
+ key = lst[1]
+ val = lst[2]
+ k[key] = val
+
+ if not ('__clang__' in k and 'EMSCRIPTEN' in k):
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the emscripten compiler version.')
+
+ conf.env.DEST_OS = 'generic'
+ conf.env.DEST_BINFMT = 'elf'
+ conf.env.DEST_CPU = 'asm-js'
+ conf.env.CC_VERSION = (k['__clang_major__'], k['__clang_minor__'], k['__clang_patchlevel__'])
+ return k
+
+@conf
+def find_emscripten(conf):
+ cc = conf.find_program(['emcc'], var='CC')
+ conf.get_emscripten_version(cc)
+ conf.env.CC = cc
+ conf.env.CC_NAME = 'emscripten'
+ cxx = conf.find_program(['em++'], var='CXX')
+ conf.env.CXX = cxx
+ conf.env.CXX_NAME = 'emscripten'
+ conf.find_program(['emar'], var='AR')
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_emscripten()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.gcc_common_flags()
+ conf.gxx_common_flags()
+ conf.cc_load_tools()
+ conf.cc_add_flags()
+ conf.cxx_load_tools()
+ conf.cxx_add_flags()
+ conf.link_add_flags()
+ conf.env.ARFLAGS = ['rcs']
+ conf.env.cshlib_PATTERN = '%s.js'
+ conf.env.cxxshlib_PATTERN = '%s.js'
+ conf.env.cstlib_PATTERN = '%s.a'
+ conf.env.cxxstlib_PATTERN = '%s.a'
+ conf.env.cprogram_PATTERN = '%s.html'
+ conf.env.cxxprogram_PATTERN = '%s.html'
+ conf.env.CXX_TGT_F = ['-c', '-o', '']
+ conf.env.CC_TGT_F = ['-c', '-o', '']
+ conf.env.CXXLNK_TGT_F = ['-o', '']
+ conf.env.CCLNK_TGT_F = ['-o', '']
+ conf.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS',['-Wl,--enable-auto-import'])
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/c_nec.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/c_nec.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..96bfae4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/c_nec.py
@@ -0,0 +1,74 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+"""
+NEC SX Compiler for SX vector systems
+"""
+
+import re
+from waflib import Utils
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot,ar
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools import xlc # method xlc_common_flags
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_c import c_compiler
+c_compiler['linux'].append('c_nec')
+
+@conf
+def find_sxc(conf):
+ cc = conf.find_program(['sxcc'], var='CC')
+ conf.get_sxc_version(cc)
+ conf.env.CC = cc
+ conf.env.CC_NAME = 'sxcc'
+
+@conf
+def get_sxc_version(conf, fc):
+ version_re = re.compile(r"C\+\+/SX\s*Version\s*(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)", re.I).search
+ cmd = fc + ['-V']
+ p = Utils.subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdin=False, stdout=Utils.subprocess.PIPE, stderr=Utils.subprocess.PIPE, env=None)
+ out, err = p.communicate()
+
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match = version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the NEC C compiler version.')
+ k = match.groupdict()
+ conf.env['C_VERSION'] = (k['major'], k['minor'])
+
+@conf
+def sxc_common_flags(conf):
+ v=conf.env
+ v['CC_SRC_F']=[]
+ v['CC_TGT_F']=['-c','-o']
+ if not v['LINK_CC']:
+ v['LINK_CC']=v['CC']
+ v['CCLNK_SRC_F']=[]
+ v['CCLNK_TGT_F']=['-o']
+ v['CPPPATH_ST']='-I%s'
+ v['DEFINES_ST']='-D%s'
+ v['LIB_ST']='-l%s'
+ v['LIBPATH_ST']='-L%s'
+ v['STLIB_ST']='-l%s'
+ v['STLIBPATH_ST']='-L%s'
+ v['RPATH_ST']=''
+ v['SONAME_ST']=[]
+ v['SHLIB_MARKER']=[]
+ v['STLIB_MARKER']=[]
+ v['LINKFLAGS_cprogram']=['']
+ v['cprogram_PATTERN']='%s'
+ v['CFLAGS_cshlib']=['-fPIC']
+ v['LINKFLAGS_cshlib']=['']
+ v['cshlib_PATTERN']='lib%s.so'
+ v['LINKFLAGS_cstlib']=[]
+ v['cstlib_PATTERN']='lib%s.a'
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_sxc()
+ conf.find_program('sxar',VAR='AR')
+ conf.sxc_common_flags()
+ conf.cc_load_tools()
+ conf.cc_add_flags()
+ conf.link_add_flags()
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/cabal.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/cabal.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e10a0d1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/cabal.py
@@ -0,0 +1,152 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Anton Feldmann, 2012
+# "Base for cabal"
+
+from waflib import Task, Utils
+from waflib.TaskGen import extension
+from waflib.Utils import threading
+from shutil import rmtree
+
+lock = threading.Lock()
+registering = False
+
+def configure(self):
+ self.find_program('cabal', var='CABAL')
+ self.find_program('ghc-pkg', var='GHCPKG')
+ pkgconfd = self.bldnode.abspath() + '/package.conf.d'
+ self.env.PREFIX = self.bldnode.abspath() + '/dist'
+ self.env.PKGCONFD = pkgconfd
+ if self.root.find_node(pkgconfd + '/package.cache'):
+ self.msg('Using existing package database', pkgconfd, color='CYAN')
+ else:
+ pkgdir = self.root.find_dir(pkgconfd)
+ if pkgdir:
+ self.msg('Deleting corrupt package database', pkgdir.abspath(), color ='RED')
+ rmtree(pkgdir.abspath())
+ pkgdir = None
+
+ self.cmd_and_log(self.env.GHCPKG + ['init', pkgconfd])
+ self.msg('Created package database', pkgconfd, color = 'YELLOW' if pkgdir else 'GREEN')
+
+@extension('.cabal')
+def process_cabal(self, node):
+ out_dir_node = self.bld.root.find_dir(self.bld.out_dir)
+ package_node = node.change_ext('.package')
+ package_node = out_dir_node.find_or_declare(package_node.name)
+ build_node = node.parent.get_bld()
+ build_path = build_node.abspath()
+ config_node = build_node.find_or_declare('setup-config')
+ inplace_node = build_node.find_or_declare('package.conf.inplace')
+
+ config_task = self.create_task('cabal_configure', node)
+ config_task.cwd = node.parent.abspath()
+ config_task.depends_on = getattr(self, 'depends_on', '')
+ config_task.build_path = build_path
+ config_task.set_outputs(config_node)
+
+ build_task = self.create_task('cabal_build', config_node)
+ build_task.cwd = node.parent.abspath()
+ build_task.build_path = build_path
+ build_task.set_outputs(inplace_node)
+
+ copy_task = self.create_task('cabal_copy', inplace_node)
+ copy_task.cwd = node.parent.abspath()
+ copy_task.depends_on = getattr(self, 'depends_on', '')
+ copy_task.build_path = build_path
+
+ last_task = copy_task
+ task_list = [config_task, build_task, copy_task]
+
+ if (getattr(self, 'register', False)):
+ register_task = self.create_task('cabal_register', inplace_node)
+ register_task.cwd = node.parent.abspath()
+ register_task.set_run_after(copy_task)
+ register_task.build_path = build_path
+
+ pkgreg_task = self.create_task('ghcpkg_register', inplace_node)
+ pkgreg_task.cwd = node.parent.abspath()
+ pkgreg_task.set_run_after(register_task)
+ pkgreg_task.build_path = build_path
+
+ last_task = pkgreg_task
+ task_list += [register_task, pkgreg_task]
+
+ touch_task = self.create_task('cabal_touch', inplace_node)
+ touch_task.set_run_after(last_task)
+ touch_task.set_outputs(package_node)
+ touch_task.build_path = build_path
+
+ task_list += [touch_task]
+
+ return task_list
+
+def get_all_src_deps(node):
+ hs_deps = node.ant_glob('**/*.hs')
+ hsc_deps = node.ant_glob('**/*.hsc')
+ lhs_deps = node.ant_glob('**/*.lhs')
+ c_deps = node.ant_glob('**/*.c')
+ cpp_deps = node.ant_glob('**/*.cpp')
+ proto_deps = node.ant_glob('**/*.proto')
+ return sum([hs_deps, hsc_deps, lhs_deps, c_deps, cpp_deps, proto_deps], [])
+
+class Cabal(Task.Task):
+ def scan(self):
+ return (get_all_src_deps(self.generator.path), ())
+
+class cabal_configure(Cabal):
+ run_str = '${CABAL} configure -v0 --prefix=${PREFIX} --global --user --package-db=${PKGCONFD} --builddir=${tsk.build_path}'
+ shell = True
+
+ def scan(self):
+ out_node = self.generator.bld.root.find_dir(self.generator.bld.out_dir)
+ deps = [out_node.find_or_declare(dep).change_ext('.package') for dep in Utils.to_list(self.depends_on)]
+ return (deps, ())
+
+class cabal_build(Cabal):
+ run_str = '${CABAL} build -v1 --builddir=${tsk.build_path}/'
+ shell = True
+
+class cabal_copy(Cabal):
+ run_str = '${CABAL} copy -v0 --builddir=${tsk.build_path}'
+ shell = True
+
+class cabal_register(Cabal):
+ run_str = '${CABAL} register -v0 --gen-pkg-config=${tsk.build_path}/pkg.config --builddir=${tsk.build_path}'
+ shell = True
+
+class ghcpkg_register(Cabal):
+ run_str = '${GHCPKG} update -v0 --global --user --package-conf=${PKGCONFD} ${tsk.build_path}/pkg.config'
+ shell = True
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ global lock, registering
+
+ val = False
+ lock.acquire()
+ val = registering
+ lock.release()
+
+ if val:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+
+ ret = Task.Task.runnable_status(self)
+ if ret == Task.RUN_ME:
+ lock.acquire()
+ registering = True
+ lock.release()
+
+ return ret
+
+ def post_run(self):
+ global lock, registering
+
+ lock.acquire()
+ registering = False
+ lock.release()
+
+ return Task.Task.post_run(self)
+
+class cabal_touch(Cabal):
+ run_str = 'touch ${TGT}'
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/cfg_altoptions.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/cfg_altoptions.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..47b1189
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/cfg_altoptions.py
@@ -0,0 +1,110 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
+# Tool to extend c_config.check_cfg()
+
+__author__ = __maintainer__ = "Jérôme Carretero <cJ-waf@zougloub.eu>"
+__copyright__ = "Jérôme Carretero, 2014"
+
+"""
+
+This tool allows to work around the absence of ``*-config`` programs
+on systems, by keeping the same clean configuration syntax but inferring
+values or permitting their modification via the options interface.
+
+Note that pkg-config can also support setting ``PKG_CONFIG_PATH``,
+so you can put custom files in a folder containing new .pc files.
+This tool could also be implemented by taking advantage of this fact.
+
+Usage::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('c_config_alt')
+ opt.add_package_option('package')
+
+ def configure(cfg):
+ conf.load('c_config_alt')
+ conf.check_cfg(...)
+
+Known issues:
+
+- Behavior with different build contexts...
+
+"""
+
+import os
+import functools
+from waflib import Configure, Options, Errors
+
+def name_to_dest(x):
+ return x.lower().replace('-', '_')
+
+
+def options(opt):
+ def x(opt, param):
+ dest = name_to_dest(param)
+ gr = opt.get_option_group("configure options")
+ gr.add_option('--%s-root' % dest,
+ help="path containing include and lib subfolders for %s" \
+ % param,
+ )
+
+ opt.add_package_option = functools.partial(x, opt)
+
+
+check_cfg_old = getattr(Configure.ConfigurationContext, 'check_cfg')
+
+@Configure.conf
+def check_cfg(conf, *k, **kw):
+ if k:
+ lst = k[0].split()
+ kw['package'] = lst[0]
+ kw['args'] = ' '.join(lst[1:])
+
+ if not 'package' in kw:
+ return check_cfg_old(conf, **kw)
+
+ package = kw['package']
+
+ package_lo = name_to_dest(package)
+ package_hi = package.upper().replace('-', '_') # TODO FIXME
+ package_hi = kw.get('uselib_store', package_hi)
+
+ def check_folder(path, name):
+ try:
+ assert os.path.isdir(path)
+ except AssertionError:
+ raise Errors.ConfigurationError(
+ "%s_%s (%s) is not a folder!" \
+ % (package_lo, name, path))
+ return path
+
+ root = getattr(Options.options, '%s_root' % package_lo, None)
+
+ if root is None:
+ return check_cfg_old(conf, **kw)
+ else:
+ def add_manual_var(k, v):
+ conf.start_msg('Adding for %s a manual var' % (package))
+ conf.env["%s_%s" % (k, package_hi)] = v
+ conf.end_msg("%s = %s" % (k, v))
+
+
+ check_folder(root, 'root')
+
+ pkg_inc = check_folder(os.path.join(root, "include"), 'inc')
+ add_manual_var('INCLUDES', [pkg_inc])
+ pkg_lib = check_folder(os.path.join(root, "lib"), 'libpath')
+ add_manual_var('LIBPATH', [pkg_lib])
+ add_manual_var('LIB', [package])
+
+ for x in kw.get('manual_deps', []):
+ for k, v in sorted(conf.env.get_merged_dict().items()):
+ if k.endswith('_%s' % x):
+ k = k.replace('_%s' % x, '')
+ conf.start_msg('Adding for %s a manual dep' \
+ %(package))
+ conf.env["%s_%s" % (k, package_hi)] += v
+ conf.end_msg('%s += %s' % (k, v))
+
+ return True
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/clang_compilation_database.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/clang_compilation_database.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4d9b5e2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/clang_compilation_database.py
@@ -0,0 +1,85 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Christoph Koke, 2013
+
+"""
+Writes the c and cpp compile commands into build/compile_commands.json
+see http://clang.llvm.org/docs/JSONCompilationDatabase.html
+
+Usage:
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx')
+ ...
+ conf.load('clang_compilation_database')
+"""
+
+import sys, os, json, shlex, pipes
+from waflib import Logs, TaskGen, Task
+
+Task.Task.keep_last_cmd = True
+
+@TaskGen.feature('c', 'cxx')
+@TaskGen.after_method('process_use')
+def collect_compilation_db_tasks(self):
+ "Add a compilation database entry for compiled tasks"
+ try:
+ clang_db = self.bld.clang_compilation_database_tasks
+ except AttributeError:
+ clang_db = self.bld.clang_compilation_database_tasks = []
+ self.bld.add_post_fun(write_compilation_database)
+
+ tup = tuple(y for y in [Task.classes.get(x) for x in ('c', 'cxx')] if y)
+ for task in getattr(self, 'compiled_tasks', []):
+ if isinstance(task, tup):
+ clang_db.append(task)
+
+def write_compilation_database(ctx):
+ "Write the clang compilation database as JSON"
+ database_file = ctx.bldnode.make_node('compile_commands.json')
+ Logs.info('Build commands will be stored in %s', database_file.path_from(ctx.path))
+ try:
+ root = json.load(database_file)
+ except IOError:
+ root = []
+ clang_db = dict((x['file'], x) for x in root)
+ for task in getattr(ctx, 'clang_compilation_database_tasks', []):
+ try:
+ cmd = task.last_cmd
+ except AttributeError:
+ continue
+ directory = getattr(task, 'cwd', ctx.variant_dir)
+ f_node = task.inputs[0]
+ filename = os.path.relpath(f_node.abspath(), directory)
+ entry = {
+ "directory": directory,
+ "arguments": cmd,
+ "file": filename,
+ }
+ clang_db[filename] = entry
+ root = list(clang_db.values())
+ database_file.write(json.dumps(root, indent=2))
+
+# Override the runnable_status function to do a dummy/dry run when the file doesn't need to be compiled.
+# This will make sure compile_commands.json is always fully up to date.
+# Previously you could end up with a partial compile_commands.json if the build failed.
+for x in ('c', 'cxx'):
+ if x not in Task.classes:
+ continue
+
+ t = Task.classes[x]
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ def exec_command(cmd, **kw):
+ pass
+
+ run_status = self.old_runnable_status()
+ if run_status == Task.SKIP_ME:
+ setattr(self, 'old_exec_command', getattr(self, 'exec_command', None))
+ setattr(self, 'exec_command', exec_command)
+ self.run()
+ setattr(self, 'exec_command', getattr(self, 'old_exec_command', None))
+ return run_status
+
+ setattr(t, 'old_runnable_status', getattr(t, 'runnable_status', None))
+ setattr(t, 'runnable_status', runnable_status)
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/codelite.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/codelite.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..523302c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/codelite.py
@@ -0,0 +1,875 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# CodeLite Project
+# Christian Klein (chrikle@berlios.de)
+# Created: Jan 2012
+# As templete for this file I used the msvs.py
+# I hope this template will work proper
+
+"""
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+are met:
+
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+ notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+ documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
+ derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
+DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
+INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
+(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
+SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
+STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
+IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
+POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+"""
+
+"""
+
+
+To add this tool to your project:
+def options(conf):
+ opt.load('codelite')
+
+It can be a good idea to add the sync_exec tool too.
+
+To generate solution files:
+$ waf configure codelite
+
+To customize the outputs, provide subclasses in your wscript files:
+
+from waflib.extras import codelite
+class vsnode_target(codelite.vsnode_target):
+ def get_build_command(self, props):
+ # likely to be required
+ return "waf.bat build"
+ def collect_source(self):
+ # likely to be required
+ ...
+class codelite_bar(codelite.codelite_generator):
+ def init(self):
+ codelite.codelite_generator.init(self)
+ self.vsnode_target = vsnode_target
+
+The codelite class re-uses the same build() function for reading the targets (task generators),
+you may therefore specify codelite settings on the context object:
+
+def build(bld):
+ bld.codelite_solution_name = 'foo.workspace'
+ bld.waf_command = 'waf.bat'
+ bld.projects_dir = bld.srcnode.make_node('')
+ bld.projects_dir.mkdir()
+
+
+ASSUMPTIONS:
+* a project can be either a directory or a target, project files are written only for targets that have source files
+* each project is a vcxproj file, therefore the project uuid needs only to be a hash of the absolute path
+"""
+
+import os, re, sys
+import uuid # requires python 2.5
+from waflib.Build import BuildContext
+from waflib import Utils, TaskGen, Logs, Task, Context, Node, Options
+
+HEADERS_GLOB = '**/(*.h|*.hpp|*.H|*.inl)'
+
+PROJECT_TEMPLATE = r'''<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
+<CodeLite_Project Name="${project.name}" InternalType="Library">
+ <Plugins>
+ <Plugin Name="qmake">
+ <![CDATA[00010001N0005Release000000000000]]>
+ </Plugin>
+ </Plugins>
+ <Description/>
+ <Dependencies/>
+ <VirtualDirectory Name="src">
+ ${for x in project.source}
+ ${if (project.get_key(x)=="sourcefile")}
+ <File Name="${x.abspath()}"/>
+ ${endif}
+ ${endfor}
+ </VirtualDirectory>
+ <VirtualDirectory Name="include">
+ ${for x in project.source}
+ ${if (project.get_key(x)=="headerfile")}
+ <File Name="${x.abspath()}"/>
+ ${endif}
+ ${endfor}
+ </VirtualDirectory>
+ <Settings Type="Dynamic Library">
+ <GlobalSettings>
+ <Compiler Options="" C_Options="">
+ <IncludePath Value="."/>
+ </Compiler>
+ <Linker Options="">
+ <LibraryPath Value="."/>
+ </Linker>
+ <ResourceCompiler Options=""/>
+ </GlobalSettings>
+ <Configuration Name="Release" CompilerType="gnu gcc" ReleasegerType="GNU gdb Releaseger" Type="Dynamic Library" BuildCmpWithGlobalSettings="append" BuildLnkWithGlobalSettings="append" BuildResWithGlobalSettings="append">
+ <Compiler Options="" C_Options="" Required="yes" PreCompiledHeader="" PCHInCommandLine="no" UseDifferentPCHFlags="no" PCHFlags="">
+ <IncludePath Value="."/>
+ <IncludePath Value="."/>
+ </Compiler>
+ <Linker Options="" Required="yes">
+ <LibraryPath Value=""/>
+ </Linker>
+ <ResourceCompiler Options="" Required="no"/>
+ <General OutputFile="${xml:project.build_properties[0].output_file}" IntermediateDirectory="" Command="" CommandArguments="" PauseExecWhenProcTerminates="yes"/>
+ <Environment EnvVarSetName="&lt;Use Defaults&gt;" DbgSetName="&lt;Use Defaults&gt;">
+ <![CDATA[]]>
+ </Environment>
+ <Releaseger IsRemote="no" RemoteHostName="" RemoteHostPort="" ReleasegerPath="">
+ <PostConnectCommands/>
+ <StartupCommands/>
+ </Releaseger>
+ <PreBuild/>
+ <PostBuild/>
+ <CustomBuild Enabled="yes">
+ $b = project.build_properties[0]}
+ <RebuildCommand>${xml:project.get_rebuild_command(project.build_properties[0])}</RebuildCommand>
+ <CleanCommand>${xml:project.get_clean_command(project.build_properties[0])}</CleanCommand>
+ <BuildCommand>${xml:project.get_build_command(project.build_properties[0])}</BuildCommand>
+ <Target Name="Install">${xml:project.get_install_command(project.build_properties[0])}</Target>
+ <Target Name="Build and Install">${xml:project.get_build_and_install_command(project.build_properties[0])}</Target>
+ <Target Name="Build All">${xml:project.get_build_all_command(project.build_properties[0])}</Target>
+ <Target Name="Rebuild All">${xml:project.get_rebuild_all_command(project.build_properties[0])}</Target>
+ <Target Name="Clean All">${xml:project.get_clean_all_command(project.build_properties[0])}</Target>
+ <Target Name="Build and Install All">${xml:project.get_build_and_install_all_command(project.build_properties[0])}</Target>
+ <PreprocessFileCommand/>
+ <SingleFileCommand/>
+ <MakefileGenerationCommand/>
+ <ThirdPartyToolName>None</ThirdPartyToolName>
+ <WorkingDirectory/>
+ </CustomBuild>
+ <AdditionalRules>
+ <CustomPostBuild/>
+ <CustomPreBuild/>
+ </AdditionalRules>
+ <Completion>
+ <ClangCmpFlags/>
+ <ClangPP/>
+ <SearchPaths/>
+ </Completion>
+ </Configuration>
+ <Configuration Name="Release" CompilerType="gnu gcc" ReleasegerType="GNU gdb Releaseger" Type="" BuildCmpWithGlobalSettings="append" BuildLnkWithGlobalSettings="append" BuildResWithGlobalSettings="append">
+ <Compiler Options="" C_Options="" Required="yes" PreCompiledHeader="" PCHInCommandLine="no" UseDifferentPCHFlags="no" PCHFlags="">
+ <IncludePath Value="."/>
+ </Compiler>
+ <Linker Options="" Required="yes"/>
+ <ResourceCompiler Options="" Required="no"/>
+ <General OutputFile="" IntermediateDirectory="./Release" Command="" CommandArguments="" UseSeparateReleaseArgs="no" ReleaseArguments="" WorkingDirectory="$(IntermediateDirectory)" PauseExecWhenProcTerminates="yes"/>
+ <Environment EnvVarSetName="&lt;Use Defaults&gt;" DbgSetName="&lt;Use Defaults&gt;">
+ <![CDATA[
+
+
+
+ ]]>
+ </Environment>
+ <Releaseger IsRemote="no" RemoteHostName="" RemoteHostPort="" ReleasegerPath="">
+ <PostConnectCommands/>
+ <StartupCommands/>
+ </Releaseger>
+ <PreBuild/>
+ <PostBuild/>
+ <CustomBuild Enabled="no">
+ <RebuildCommand/>
+ <CleanCommand/>
+ <BuildCommand/>
+ <PreprocessFileCommand/>
+ <SingleFileCommand/>
+ <MakefileGenerationCommand/>
+ <ThirdPartyToolName/>
+ <WorkingDirectory/>
+ </CustomBuild>
+ <AdditionalRules>
+ <CustomPostBuild/>
+ <CustomPreBuild/>
+ </AdditionalRules>
+ <Completion>
+ <ClangCmpFlags/>
+ <ClangPP/>
+ <SearchPaths/>
+ </Completion>
+ </Configuration>
+ </Settings>
+</CodeLite_Project>'''
+
+
+
+
+SOLUTION_TEMPLATE = '''<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
+<CodeLite_Workspace Name="${getattr(project, 'codelite_solution_name', None)[:-10]}" Database="./${getattr(project, 'codelite_solution_name', None)[:-10]}.tags">
+${for p in project.all_projects}
+ <Project Name = "${p.name}" Path = "${p.title}" Active="No"/>
+${endfor}
+ <BuildMatrix>
+ <WorkspaceConfiguration Name="Release" Selected="yes">
+${for p in project.all_projects}
+ <Project Name="${p.name}" ConfigName="Release"/>
+${endfor}
+ </WorkspaceConfiguration>
+ </BuildMatrix>
+</CodeLite_Workspace>'''
+
+
+
+COMPILE_TEMPLATE = '''def f(project):
+ lst = []
+ def xml_escape(value):
+ return value.replace("&", "&amp;").replace('"', "&quot;").replace("'", "&apos;").replace("<", "&lt;").replace(">", "&gt;")
+
+ %s
+
+ #f = open('cmd.txt', 'w')
+ #f.write(str(lst))
+ #f.close()
+ return ''.join(lst)
+'''
+reg_act = re.compile(r"(?P<backslash>\\)|(?P<dollar>\$\$)|(?P<subst>\$\{(?P<code>[^}]*?)\})", re.M)
+def compile_template(line):
+ """
+ Compile a template expression into a python function (like jsps, but way shorter)
+ """
+ extr = []
+ def repl(match):
+ g = match.group
+ if g('dollar'):
+ return "$"
+ elif g('backslash'):
+ return "\\"
+ elif g('subst'):
+ extr.append(g('code'))
+ return "<<|@|>>"
+ return None
+
+ line2 = reg_act.sub(repl, line)
+ params = line2.split('<<|@|>>')
+ assert(extr)
+
+
+ indent = 0
+ buf = []
+ app = buf.append
+
+ def app(txt):
+ buf.append(indent * '\t' + txt)
+
+ for x in range(len(extr)):
+ if params[x]:
+ app("lst.append(%r)" % params[x])
+
+ f = extr[x]
+ if f.startswith(('if', 'for')):
+ app(f + ':')
+ indent += 1
+ elif f.startswith('py:'):
+ app(f[3:])
+ elif f.startswith(('endif', 'endfor')):
+ indent -= 1
+ elif f.startswith(('else', 'elif')):
+ indent -= 1
+ app(f + ':')
+ indent += 1
+ elif f.startswith('xml:'):
+ app('lst.append(xml_escape(%s))' % f[4:])
+ else:
+ #app('lst.append((%s) or "cannot find %s")' % (f, f))
+ app('lst.append(%s)' % f)
+
+ if extr:
+ if params[-1]:
+ app("lst.append(%r)" % params[-1])
+
+ fun = COMPILE_TEMPLATE % "\n\t".join(buf)
+ #print(fun)
+ return Task.funex(fun)
+
+
+re_blank = re.compile('(\n|\r|\\s)*\n', re.M)
+def rm_blank_lines(txt):
+ txt = re_blank.sub('\r\n', txt)
+ return txt
+
+BOM = '\xef\xbb\xbf'
+try:
+ BOM = bytes(BOM, 'latin-1') # python 3
+except (TypeError, NameError):
+ pass
+
+def stealth_write(self, data, flags='wb'):
+ try:
+ unicode
+ except NameError:
+ data = data.encode('utf-8') # python 3
+ else:
+ data = data.decode(sys.getfilesystemencoding(), 'replace')
+ data = data.encode('utf-8')
+
+ if self.name.endswith('.project'):
+ data = BOM + data
+
+ try:
+ txt = self.read(flags='rb')
+ if txt != data:
+ raise ValueError('must write')
+ except (IOError, ValueError):
+ self.write(data, flags=flags)
+ else:
+ Logs.debug('codelite: skipping %r', self)
+Node.Node.stealth_write = stealth_write
+
+re_quote = re.compile("[^a-zA-Z0-9-]")
+def quote(s):
+ return re_quote.sub("_", s)
+
+def xml_escape(value):
+ return value.replace("&", "&amp;").replace('"', "&quot;").replace("'", "&apos;").replace("<", "&lt;").replace(">", "&gt;")
+
+def make_uuid(v, prefix = None):
+ """
+ simple utility function
+ """
+ if isinstance(v, dict):
+ keys = list(v.keys())
+ keys.sort()
+ tmp = str([(k, v[k]) for k in keys])
+ else:
+ tmp = str(v)
+ d = Utils.md5(tmp.encode()).hexdigest().upper()
+ if prefix:
+ d = '%s%s' % (prefix, d[8:])
+ gid = uuid.UUID(d, version = 4)
+ return str(gid).upper()
+
+def diff(node, fromnode):
+ # difference between two nodes, but with "(..)" instead of ".."
+ c1 = node
+ c2 = fromnode
+
+ c1h = c1.height()
+ c2h = c2.height()
+
+ lst = []
+ up = 0
+
+ while c1h > c2h:
+ lst.append(c1.name)
+ c1 = c1.parent
+ c1h -= 1
+
+ while c2h > c1h:
+ up += 1
+ c2 = c2.parent
+ c2h -= 1
+
+ while id(c1) != id(c2):
+ lst.append(c1.name)
+ up += 1
+
+ c1 = c1.parent
+ c2 = c2.parent
+
+ for i in range(up):
+ lst.append('(..)')
+ lst.reverse()
+ return tuple(lst)
+
+class build_property(object):
+ pass
+
+class vsnode(object):
+ """
+ Abstract class representing visual studio elements
+ We assume that all visual studio nodes have a uuid and a parent
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx):
+ self.ctx = ctx # codelite context
+ self.name = '' # string, mandatory
+ self.vspath = '' # path in visual studio (name for dirs, absolute path for projects)
+ self.uuid = '' # string, mandatory
+ self.parent = None # parent node for visual studio nesting
+
+ def get_waf(self):
+ """
+ Override in subclasses...
+ """
+ return '%s/%s' % (self.ctx.srcnode.abspath(), getattr(self.ctx, 'waf_command', 'waf'))
+
+ def ptype(self):
+ """
+ Return a special uuid for projects written in the solution file
+ """
+ pass
+
+ def write(self):
+ """
+ Write the project file, by default, do nothing
+ """
+ pass
+
+ def make_uuid(self, val):
+ """
+ Alias for creating uuid values easily (the templates cannot access global variables)
+ """
+ return make_uuid(val)
+
+class vsnode_vsdir(vsnode):
+ """
+ Nodes representing visual studio folders (which do not match the filesystem tree!)
+ """
+ VS_GUID_SOLUTIONFOLDER = "2150E333-8FDC-42A3-9474-1A3956D46DE8"
+ def __init__(self, ctx, uuid, name, vspath=''):
+ vsnode.__init__(self, ctx)
+ self.title = self.name = name
+ self.uuid = uuid
+ self.vspath = vspath or name
+
+ def ptype(self):
+ return self.VS_GUID_SOLUTIONFOLDER
+
+class vsnode_project(vsnode):
+ """
+ Abstract class representing visual studio project elements
+ A project is assumed to be writable, and has a node representing the file to write to
+ """
+ VS_GUID_VCPROJ = "8BC9CEB8-8B4A-11D0-8D11-00A0C91BC942"
+ def ptype(self):
+ return self.VS_GUID_VCPROJ
+
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node):
+ vsnode.__init__(self, ctx)
+ self.path = node
+ self.uuid = make_uuid(node.abspath())
+ self.name = node.name
+ self.title = self.path.abspath()
+ self.source = [] # list of node objects
+ self.build_properties = [] # list of properties (nmake commands, output dir, etc)
+
+ def dirs(self):
+ """
+ Get the list of parent folders of the source files (header files included)
+ for writing the filters
+ """
+ lst = []
+ def add(x):
+ if x.height() > self.tg.path.height() and x not in lst:
+ lst.append(x)
+ add(x.parent)
+ for x in self.source:
+ add(x.parent)
+ return lst
+
+ def write(self):
+ Logs.debug('codelite: creating %r', self.path)
+ #print "self.name:",self.name
+
+ # first write the project file
+ template1 = compile_template(PROJECT_TEMPLATE)
+ proj_str = template1(self)
+ proj_str = rm_blank_lines(proj_str)
+ self.path.stealth_write(proj_str)
+
+ # then write the filter
+ #template2 = compile_template(FILTER_TEMPLATE)
+ #filter_str = template2(self)
+ #filter_str = rm_blank_lines(filter_str)
+ #tmp = self.path.parent.make_node(self.path.name + '.filters')
+ #tmp.stealth_write(filter_str)
+
+ def get_key(self, node):
+ """
+ required for writing the source files
+ """
+ name = node.name
+ if name.endswith(('.cpp', '.c')):
+ return 'sourcefile'
+ return 'headerfile'
+
+ def collect_properties(self):
+ """
+ Returns a list of triplet (configuration, platform, output_directory)
+ """
+ ret = []
+ for c in self.ctx.configurations:
+ for p in self.ctx.platforms:
+ x = build_property()
+ x.outdir = ''
+
+ x.configuration = c
+ x.platform = p
+
+ x.preprocessor_definitions = ''
+ x.includes_search_path = ''
+
+ # can specify "deploy_dir" too
+ ret.append(x)
+ self.build_properties = ret
+
+ def get_build_params(self, props):
+ opt = ''
+ return (self.get_waf(), opt)
+
+ def get_build_command(self, props):
+ return "%s build %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_clean_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_rebuild_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean build %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_install_command(self, props):
+ return "%s install %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+ def get_build_and_install_command(self, props):
+ return "%s build install %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_build_and_install_all_command(self, props):
+ return "%s build install" % self.get_build_params(props)[0]
+
+ def get_clean_all_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean" % self.get_build_params(props)[0]
+
+ def get_build_all_command(self, props):
+ return "%s build" % self.get_build_params(props)[0]
+
+ def get_rebuild_all_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean build" % self.get_build_params(props)[0]
+
+ def get_filter_name(self, node):
+ lst = diff(node, self.tg.path)
+ return '\\'.join(lst) or '.'
+
+class vsnode_alias(vsnode_project):
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node, name):
+ vsnode_project.__init__(self, ctx, node)
+ self.name = name
+ self.output_file = ''
+
+class vsnode_build_all(vsnode_alias):
+ """
+ Fake target used to emulate the behaviour of "make all" (starting one process by target is slow)
+ This is the only alias enabled by default
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node, name='build_all_projects'):
+ vsnode_alias.__init__(self, ctx, node, name)
+ self.is_active = True
+
+class vsnode_install_all(vsnode_alias):
+ """
+ Fake target used to emulate the behaviour of "make install"
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node, name='install_all_projects'):
+ vsnode_alias.__init__(self, ctx, node, name)
+
+ def get_build_command(self, props):
+ return "%s build install %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_clean_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_rebuild_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean build install %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+class vsnode_project_view(vsnode_alias):
+ """
+ Fake target used to emulate a file system view
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node, name='project_view'):
+ vsnode_alias.__init__(self, ctx, node, name)
+ self.tg = self.ctx() # fake one, cannot remove
+ self.exclude_files = Node.exclude_regs + '''
+waf-2*
+waf3-2*/**
+.waf-2*
+.waf3-2*/**
+**/*.sdf
+**/*.suo
+**/*.ncb
+**/%s
+ ''' % Options.lockfile
+
+ def collect_source(self):
+ # this is likely to be slow
+ self.source = self.ctx.srcnode.ant_glob('**', excl=self.exclude_files)
+
+ def get_build_command(self, props):
+ params = self.get_build_params(props) + (self.ctx.cmd,)
+ return "%s %s %s" % params
+
+ def get_clean_command(self, props):
+ return ""
+
+ def get_rebuild_command(self, props):
+ return self.get_build_command(props)
+
+class vsnode_target(vsnode_project):
+ """
+ CodeLite project representing a targets (programs, libraries, etc) and bound
+ to a task generator
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx, tg):
+ """
+ A project is more or less equivalent to a file/folder
+ """
+ base = getattr(ctx, 'projects_dir', None) or tg.path
+ node = base.make_node(quote(tg.name) + ctx.project_extension) # the project file as a Node
+ vsnode_project.__init__(self, ctx, node)
+ self.name = quote(tg.name)
+ self.tg = tg # task generator
+
+ def get_build_params(self, props):
+ """
+ Override the default to add the target name
+ """
+ opt = ''
+ if getattr(self, 'tg', None):
+ opt += " --targets=%s" % self.tg.name
+ return (self.get_waf(), opt)
+
+ def collect_source(self):
+ tg = self.tg
+ source_files = tg.to_nodes(getattr(tg, 'source', []))
+ include_dirs = Utils.to_list(getattr(tg, 'codelite_includes', []))
+ include_files = []
+ for x in include_dirs:
+ if isinstance(x, str):
+ x = tg.path.find_node(x)
+ if x:
+ lst = [y for y in x.ant_glob(HEADERS_GLOB, flat=False)]
+ include_files.extend(lst)
+
+ # remove duplicates
+ self.source.extend(list(set(source_files + include_files)))
+ self.source.sort(key=lambda x: x.abspath())
+
+ def collect_properties(self):
+ """
+ CodeLite projects are associated with platforms and configurations (for building especially)
+ """
+ super(vsnode_target, self).collect_properties()
+ for x in self.build_properties:
+ x.outdir = self.path.parent.abspath()
+ x.preprocessor_definitions = ''
+ x.includes_search_path = ''
+
+ try:
+ tsk = self.tg.link_task
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ x.output_file = tsk.outputs[0].abspath()
+ x.preprocessor_definitions = ';'.join(tsk.env.DEFINES)
+ x.includes_search_path = ';'.join(self.tg.env.INCPATHS)
+
+class codelite_generator(BuildContext):
+ '''generates a CodeLite workspace'''
+ cmd = 'codelite'
+ fun = 'build'
+
+ def init(self):
+ """
+ Some data that needs to be present
+ """
+ if not getattr(self, 'configurations', None):
+ self.configurations = ['Release'] # LocalRelease, RemoteDebug, etc
+ if not getattr(self, 'platforms', None):
+ self.platforms = ['Win32']
+ if not getattr(self, 'all_projects', None):
+ self.all_projects = []
+ if not getattr(self, 'project_extension', None):
+ self.project_extension = '.project'
+ if not getattr(self, 'projects_dir', None):
+ self.projects_dir = self.srcnode.make_node('')
+ self.projects_dir.mkdir()
+
+ # bind the classes to the object, so that subclass can provide custom generators
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_vsdir', None):
+ self.vsnode_vsdir = vsnode_vsdir
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_target', None):
+ self.vsnode_target = vsnode_target
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_build_all', None):
+ self.vsnode_build_all = vsnode_build_all
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_install_all', None):
+ self.vsnode_install_all = vsnode_install_all
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_project_view', None):
+ self.vsnode_project_view = vsnode_project_view
+
+ self.numver = '11.00'
+ self.vsver = '2010'
+
+ def execute(self):
+ """
+ Entry point
+ """
+ self.restore()
+ if not self.all_envs:
+ self.load_envs()
+ self.recurse([self.run_dir])
+
+ # user initialization
+ self.init()
+
+ # two phases for creating the solution
+ self.collect_projects() # add project objects into "self.all_projects"
+ self.write_files() # write the corresponding project and solution files
+
+ def collect_projects(self):
+ """
+ Fill the list self.all_projects with project objects
+ Fill the list of build targets
+ """
+ self.collect_targets()
+ #self.add_aliases()
+ #self.collect_dirs()
+ default_project = getattr(self, 'default_project', None)
+ def sortfun(x):
+ if x.name == default_project:
+ return ''
+ return getattr(x, 'path', None) and x.path.abspath() or x.name
+ self.all_projects.sort(key=sortfun)
+
+ def write_files(self):
+ """
+ Write the project and solution files from the data collected
+ so far. It is unlikely that you will want to change this
+ """
+ for p in self.all_projects:
+ p.write()
+
+ # and finally write the solution file
+ node = self.get_solution_node()
+ node.parent.mkdir()
+ Logs.warn('Creating %r', node)
+ #a = dir(self.root)
+ #for b in a:
+ # print b
+ #print self.group_names
+ #print "Hallo2: ",self.root.listdir()
+ #print getattr(self, 'codelite_solution_name', None)
+ template1 = compile_template(SOLUTION_TEMPLATE)
+ sln_str = template1(self)
+ sln_str = rm_blank_lines(sln_str)
+ node.stealth_write(sln_str)
+
+ def get_solution_node(self):
+ """
+ The solution filename is required when writing the .vcproj files
+ return self.solution_node and if it does not exist, make one
+ """
+ try:
+ return self.solution_node
+ except:
+ pass
+
+ codelite_solution_name = getattr(self, 'codelite_solution_name', None)
+ if not codelite_solution_name:
+ codelite_solution_name = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.APPNAME, 'project') + '.workspace'
+ setattr(self, 'codelite_solution_name', codelite_solution_name)
+ if os.path.isabs(codelite_solution_name):
+ self.solution_node = self.root.make_node(codelite_solution_name)
+ else:
+ self.solution_node = self.srcnode.make_node(codelite_solution_name)
+ return self.solution_node
+
+ def project_configurations(self):
+ """
+ Helper that returns all the pairs (config,platform)
+ """
+ ret = []
+ for c in self.configurations:
+ for p in self.platforms:
+ ret.append((c, p))
+ return ret
+
+ def collect_targets(self):
+ """
+ Process the list of task generators
+ """
+ for g in self.groups:
+ for tg in g:
+ if not isinstance(tg, TaskGen.task_gen):
+ continue
+
+ if not hasattr(tg, 'codelite_includes'):
+ tg.codelite_includes = tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'includes', [])) + tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'export_includes', []))
+ tg.post()
+ if not getattr(tg, 'link_task', None):
+ continue
+
+ p = self.vsnode_target(self, tg)
+ p.collect_source() # delegate this processing
+ p.collect_properties()
+ self.all_projects.append(p)
+
+ def add_aliases(self):
+ """
+ Add a specific target that emulates the "make all" necessary for Visual studio when pressing F7
+ We also add an alias for "make install" (disabled by default)
+ """
+ base = getattr(self, 'projects_dir', None) or self.tg.path
+
+ node_project = base.make_node('build_all_projects' + self.project_extension) # Node
+ p_build = self.vsnode_build_all(self, node_project)
+ p_build.collect_properties()
+ self.all_projects.append(p_build)
+
+ node_project = base.make_node('install_all_projects' + self.project_extension) # Node
+ p_install = self.vsnode_install_all(self, node_project)
+ p_install.collect_properties()
+ self.all_projects.append(p_install)
+
+ node_project = base.make_node('project_view' + self.project_extension) # Node
+ p_view = self.vsnode_project_view(self, node_project)
+ p_view.collect_source()
+ p_view.collect_properties()
+ self.all_projects.append(p_view)
+
+ n = self.vsnode_vsdir(self, make_uuid(self.srcnode.abspath() + 'build_aliases'), "build_aliases")
+ p_build.parent = p_install.parent = p_view.parent = n
+ self.all_projects.append(n)
+
+ def collect_dirs(self):
+ """
+ Create the folder structure in the CodeLite project view
+ """
+ seen = {}
+ def make_parents(proj):
+ # look at a project, try to make a parent
+ if getattr(proj, 'parent', None):
+ # aliases already have parents
+ return
+ x = proj.iter_path
+ if x in seen:
+ proj.parent = seen[x]
+ return
+
+ # There is not vsnode_vsdir for x.
+ # So create a project representing the folder "x"
+ n = proj.parent = seen[x] = self.vsnode_vsdir(self, make_uuid(x.abspath()), x.name)
+ n.iter_path = x.parent
+ self.all_projects.append(n)
+
+ # recurse up to the project directory
+ if x.height() > self.srcnode.height() + 1:
+ make_parents(n)
+
+ for p in self.all_projects[:]: # iterate over a copy of all projects
+ if not getattr(p, 'tg', None):
+ # but only projects that have a task generator
+ continue
+
+ # make a folder for each task generator
+ p.iter_path = p.tg.path
+ make_parents(p)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/color_gcc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/color_gcc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b68c5eb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/color_gcc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+# Replaces the default formatter by one which understands GCC output and colorizes it.
+
+__author__ = __maintainer__ = "Jérôme Carretero <cJ-waf@zougloub.eu>"
+__copyright__ = "Jérôme Carretero, 2012"
+
+import sys
+from waflib import Logs
+
+class ColorGCCFormatter(Logs.formatter):
+ def __init__(self, colors):
+ self.colors = colors
+ Logs.formatter.__init__(self)
+ def format(self, rec):
+ frame = sys._getframe()
+ while frame:
+ func = frame.f_code.co_name
+ if func == 'exec_command':
+ cmd = frame.f_locals.get('cmd')
+ if isinstance(cmd, list) and ('gcc' in cmd[0] or 'g++' in cmd[0]):
+ lines = []
+ for line in rec.msg.splitlines():
+ if 'warning: ' in line:
+ lines.append(self.colors.YELLOW + line)
+ elif 'error: ' in line:
+ lines.append(self.colors.RED + line)
+ elif 'note: ' in line:
+ lines.append(self.colors.CYAN + line)
+ else:
+ lines.append(line)
+ rec.msg = "\n".join(lines)
+ frame = frame.f_back
+ return Logs.formatter.format(self, rec)
+
+def options(opt):
+ Logs.log.handlers[0].setFormatter(ColorGCCFormatter(Logs.colors))
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/color_rvct.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/color_rvct.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f89ccbd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/color_rvct.py
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+# Replaces the default formatter by one which understands RVCT output and colorizes it.
+
+__author__ = __maintainer__ = "Jérôme Carretero <cJ-waf@zougloub.eu>"
+__copyright__ = "Jérôme Carretero, 2012"
+
+import sys
+import atexit
+from waflib import Logs
+
+errors = []
+
+def show_errors():
+ for i, e in enumerate(errors):
+ if i > 5:
+ break
+ print("Error: %s" % e)
+
+atexit.register(show_errors)
+
+class RcvtFormatter(Logs.formatter):
+ def __init__(self, colors):
+ Logs.formatter.__init__(self)
+ self.colors = colors
+ def format(self, rec):
+ frame = sys._getframe()
+ while frame:
+ func = frame.f_code.co_name
+ if func == 'exec_command':
+ cmd = frame.f_locals['cmd']
+ if isinstance(cmd, list) and ('armcc' in cmd[0] or 'armld' in cmd[0]):
+ lines = []
+ for line in rec.msg.splitlines():
+ if 'Warning: ' in line:
+ lines.append(self.colors.YELLOW + line)
+ elif 'Error: ' in line:
+ lines.append(self.colors.RED + line)
+ errors.append(line)
+ elif 'note: ' in line:
+ lines.append(self.colors.CYAN + line)
+ else:
+ lines.append(line)
+ rec.msg = "\n".join(lines)
+ frame = frame.f_back
+ return Logs.formatter.format(self, rec)
+
+def options(opt):
+ Logs.log.handlers[0].setFormatter(RcvtFormatter(Logs.colors))
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/compat15.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/compat15.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0e74df8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/compat15.py
@@ -0,0 +1,406 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+This file is provided to enable compatibility with waf 1.5
+It was enabled by default in waf 1.6, but it is not used in waf 1.7
+"""
+
+import sys
+from waflib import ConfigSet, Logs, Options, Scripting, Task, Build, Configure, Node, Runner, TaskGen, Utils, Errors, Context
+
+# the following is to bring some compatibility with waf 1.5 "import waflib.Configure → import Configure"
+sys.modules['Environment'] = ConfigSet
+ConfigSet.Environment = ConfigSet.ConfigSet
+
+sys.modules['Logs'] = Logs
+sys.modules['Options'] = Options
+sys.modules['Scripting'] = Scripting
+sys.modules['Task'] = Task
+sys.modules['Build'] = Build
+sys.modules['Configure'] = Configure
+sys.modules['Node'] = Node
+sys.modules['Runner'] = Runner
+sys.modules['TaskGen'] = TaskGen
+sys.modules['Utils'] = Utils
+sys.modules['Constants'] = Context
+Context.SRCDIR = ''
+Context.BLDDIR = ''
+
+from waflib.Tools import c_preproc
+sys.modules['preproc'] = c_preproc
+
+from waflib.Tools import c_config
+sys.modules['config_c'] = c_config
+
+ConfigSet.ConfigSet.copy = ConfigSet.ConfigSet.derive
+ConfigSet.ConfigSet.set_variant = Utils.nada
+
+Utils.pproc = Utils.subprocess
+
+Build.BuildContext.add_subdirs = Build.BuildContext.recurse
+Build.BuildContext.new_task_gen = Build.BuildContext.__call__
+Build.BuildContext.is_install = 0
+Node.Node.relpath_gen = Node.Node.path_from
+
+Utils.pproc = Utils.subprocess
+Utils.get_term_cols = Logs.get_term_cols
+
+def cmd_output(cmd, **kw):
+
+ silent = False
+ if 'silent' in kw:
+ silent = kw['silent']
+ del(kw['silent'])
+
+ if 'e' in kw:
+ tmp = kw['e']
+ del(kw['e'])
+ kw['env'] = tmp
+
+ kw['shell'] = isinstance(cmd, str)
+ kw['stdout'] = Utils.subprocess.PIPE
+ if silent:
+ kw['stderr'] = Utils.subprocess.PIPE
+
+ try:
+ p = Utils.subprocess.Popen(cmd, **kw)
+ output = p.communicate()[0]
+ except OSError as e:
+ raise ValueError(str(e))
+
+ if p.returncode:
+ if not silent:
+ msg = "command execution failed: %s -> %r" % (cmd, str(output))
+ raise ValueError(msg)
+ output = ''
+ return output
+Utils.cmd_output = cmd_output
+
+def name_to_obj(self, s, env=None):
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: change "name_to_obj(name, env)" by "get_tgen_by_name(name)"')
+ return self.get_tgen_by_name(s)
+Build.BuildContext.name_to_obj = name_to_obj
+
+def env_of_name(self, name):
+ try:
+ return self.all_envs[name]
+ except KeyError:
+ Logs.error('no such environment: '+name)
+ return None
+Build.BuildContext.env_of_name = env_of_name
+
+
+def set_env_name(self, name, env):
+ self.all_envs[name] = env
+ return env
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.set_env_name = set_env_name
+
+def retrieve(self, name, fromenv=None):
+ try:
+ env = self.all_envs[name]
+ except KeyError:
+ env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
+ self.prepare_env(env)
+ self.all_envs[name] = env
+ else:
+ if fromenv:
+ Logs.warn('The environment %s may have been configured already', name)
+ return env
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.retrieve = retrieve
+
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.sub_config = Configure.ConfigurationContext.recurse
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.check_tool = Configure.ConfigurationContext.load
+Configure.conftest = Configure.conf
+Configure.ConfigurationError = Errors.ConfigurationError
+Utils.WafError = Errors.WafError
+
+Options.OptionsContext.sub_options = Options.OptionsContext.recurse
+Options.OptionsContext.tool_options = Context.Context.load
+Options.Handler = Options.OptionsContext
+
+Task.simple_task_type = Task.task_type_from_func = Task.task_factory
+Task.Task.classes = Task.classes
+
+def setitem(self, key, value):
+ if key.startswith('CCFLAGS'):
+ key = key[1:]
+ self.table[key] = value
+ConfigSet.ConfigSet.__setitem__ = setitem
+
+@TaskGen.feature('d')
+@TaskGen.before('apply_incpaths')
+def old_importpaths(self):
+ if getattr(self, 'importpaths', []):
+ self.includes = self.importpaths
+
+from waflib import Context
+eld = Context.load_tool
+def load_tool(*k, **kw):
+ ret = eld(*k, **kw)
+ if 'set_options' in ret.__dict__:
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: rename "set_options" to options')
+ ret.options = ret.set_options
+ if 'detect' in ret.__dict__:
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: rename "detect" to "configure"')
+ ret.configure = ret.detect
+ return ret
+Context.load_tool = load_tool
+
+def get_curdir(self):
+ return self.path.abspath()
+Context.Context.curdir = property(get_curdir, Utils.nada)
+
+def get_srcdir(self):
+ return self.srcnode.abspath()
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.srcdir = property(get_srcdir, Utils.nada)
+
+def get_blddir(self):
+ return self.bldnode.abspath()
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.blddir = property(get_blddir, Utils.nada)
+
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.check_message_1 = Configure.ConfigurationContext.start_msg
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.check_message_2 = Configure.ConfigurationContext.end_msg
+
+rev = Context.load_module
+def load_module(path, encoding=None):
+ ret = rev(path, encoding)
+ if 'set_options' in ret.__dict__:
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: rename "set_options" to "options" (%r)', path)
+ ret.options = ret.set_options
+ if 'srcdir' in ret.__dict__:
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: rename "srcdir" to "top" (%r)', path)
+ ret.top = ret.srcdir
+ if 'blddir' in ret.__dict__:
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: rename "blddir" to "out" (%r)', path)
+ ret.out = ret.blddir
+ Utils.g_module = Context.g_module
+ Options.launch_dir = Context.launch_dir
+ return ret
+Context.load_module = load_module
+
+old_post = TaskGen.task_gen.post
+def post(self):
+ self.features = self.to_list(self.features)
+ if 'cc' in self.features:
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: the feature cc does not exist anymore (use "c")')
+ self.features.remove('cc')
+ self.features.append('c')
+ if 'cstaticlib' in self.features:
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: the feature cstaticlib does not exist anymore (use "cstlib" or "cxxstlib")')
+ self.features.remove('cstaticlib')
+ self.features.append(('cxx' in self.features) and 'cxxstlib' or 'cstlib')
+ if getattr(self, 'ccflags', None):
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: "ccflags" was renamed to "cflags"')
+ self.cflags = self.ccflags
+ return old_post(self)
+TaskGen.task_gen.post = post
+
+def waf_version(*k, **kw):
+ Logs.warn('wrong version (waf_version was removed in waf 1.6)')
+Utils.waf_version = waf_version
+
+
+import os
+@TaskGen.feature('c', 'cxx', 'd')
+@TaskGen.before('apply_incpaths', 'propagate_uselib_vars')
+@TaskGen.after('apply_link', 'process_source')
+def apply_uselib_local(self):
+ """
+ process the uselib_local attribute
+ execute after apply_link because of the execution order set on 'link_task'
+ """
+ env = self.env
+ from waflib.Tools.ccroot import stlink_task
+
+ # 1. the case of the libs defined in the project (visit ancestors first)
+ # the ancestors external libraries (uselib) will be prepended
+ self.uselib = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'uselib', []))
+ self.includes = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'includes', []))
+ names = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'uselib_local', []))
+ get = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name
+ seen = set()
+ seen_uselib = set()
+ tmp = Utils.deque(names) # consume a copy of the list of names
+ if tmp:
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('compat: "uselib_local" is deprecated, replace by "use"')
+ while tmp:
+ lib_name = tmp.popleft()
+ # visit dependencies only once
+ if lib_name in seen:
+ continue
+
+ y = get(lib_name)
+ y.post()
+ seen.add(lib_name)
+
+ # object has ancestors to process (shared libraries): add them to the end of the list
+ if getattr(y, 'uselib_local', None):
+ for x in self.to_list(getattr(y, 'uselib_local', [])):
+ obj = get(x)
+ obj.post()
+ if getattr(obj, 'link_task', None):
+ if not isinstance(obj.link_task, stlink_task):
+ tmp.append(x)
+
+ # link task and flags
+ if getattr(y, 'link_task', None):
+
+ link_name = y.target[y.target.rfind(os.sep) + 1:]
+ if isinstance(y.link_task, stlink_task):
+ env.append_value('STLIB', [link_name])
+ else:
+ # some linkers can link against programs
+ env.append_value('LIB', [link_name])
+
+ # the order
+ self.link_task.set_run_after(y.link_task)
+
+ # for the recompilation
+ self.link_task.dep_nodes += y.link_task.outputs
+
+ # add the link path too
+ tmp_path = y.link_task.outputs[0].parent.bldpath()
+ if not tmp_path in env['LIBPATH']:
+ env.prepend_value('LIBPATH', [tmp_path])
+
+ # add ancestors uselib too - but only propagate those that have no staticlib defined
+ for v in self.to_list(getattr(y, 'uselib', [])):
+ if v not in seen_uselib:
+ seen_uselib.add(v)
+ if not env['STLIB_' + v]:
+ if not v in self.uselib:
+ self.uselib.insert(0, v)
+
+ # if the library task generator provides 'export_includes', add to the include path
+ # the export_includes must be a list of paths relative to the other library
+ if getattr(y, 'export_includes', None):
+ self.includes.extend(y.to_incnodes(y.export_includes))
+
+@TaskGen.feature('cprogram', 'cxxprogram', 'cstlib', 'cxxstlib', 'cshlib', 'cxxshlib', 'dprogram', 'dstlib', 'dshlib')
+@TaskGen.after('apply_link')
+def apply_objdeps(self):
+ "add the .o files produced by some other object files in the same manner as uselib_local"
+ names = getattr(self, 'add_objects', [])
+ if not names:
+ return
+ names = self.to_list(names)
+
+ get = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name
+ seen = []
+ while names:
+ x = names[0]
+
+ # visit dependencies only once
+ if x in seen:
+ names = names[1:]
+ continue
+
+ # object does not exist ?
+ y = get(x)
+
+ # object has ancestors to process first ? update the list of names
+ if getattr(y, 'add_objects', None):
+ added = 0
+ lst = y.to_list(y.add_objects)
+ lst.reverse()
+ for u in lst:
+ if u in seen:
+ continue
+ added = 1
+ names = [u]+names
+ if added:
+ continue # list of names modified, loop
+
+ # safe to process the current object
+ y.post()
+ seen.append(x)
+
+ for t in getattr(y, 'compiled_tasks', []):
+ self.link_task.inputs.extend(t.outputs)
+
+@TaskGen.after('apply_link')
+def process_obj_files(self):
+ if not hasattr(self, 'obj_files'):
+ return
+ for x in self.obj_files:
+ node = self.path.find_resource(x)
+ self.link_task.inputs.append(node)
+
+@TaskGen.taskgen_method
+def add_obj_file(self, file):
+ """Small example on how to link object files as if they were source
+ obj = bld.create_obj('cc')
+ obj.add_obj_file('foo.o')"""
+ if not hasattr(self, 'obj_files'):
+ self.obj_files = []
+ if not 'process_obj_files' in self.meths:
+ self.meths.append('process_obj_files')
+ self.obj_files.append(file)
+
+
+old_define = Configure.ConfigurationContext.__dict__['define']
+
+@Configure.conf
+def define(self, key, val, quote=True, comment=''):
+ old_define(self, key, val, quote, comment)
+ if key.startswith('HAVE_'):
+ self.env[key] = 1
+
+old_undefine = Configure.ConfigurationContext.__dict__['undefine']
+
+@Configure.conf
+def undefine(self, key, comment=''):
+ old_undefine(self, key, comment)
+ if key.startswith('HAVE_'):
+ self.env[key] = 0
+
+# some people might want to use export_incdirs, but it was renamed
+def set_incdirs(self, val):
+ Logs.warn('compat: change "export_incdirs" by "export_includes"')
+ self.export_includes = val
+TaskGen.task_gen.export_incdirs = property(None, set_incdirs)
+
+def install_dir(self, path):
+ if not path:
+ return []
+
+ destpath = Utils.subst_vars(path, self.env)
+
+ if self.is_install > 0:
+ Logs.info('* creating %s', destpath)
+ Utils.check_dir(destpath)
+ elif self.is_install < 0:
+ Logs.info('* removing %s', destpath)
+ try:
+ os.remove(destpath)
+ except OSError:
+ pass
+Build.BuildContext.install_dir = install_dir
+
+# before/after names
+repl = {'apply_core': 'process_source',
+ 'apply_lib_vars': 'process_source',
+ 'apply_obj_vars': 'propagate_uselib_vars',
+ 'exec_rule': 'process_rule'
+}
+def after(*k):
+ k = [repl.get(key, key) for key in k]
+ return TaskGen.after_method(*k)
+
+def before(*k):
+ k = [repl.get(key, key) for key in k]
+ return TaskGen.before_method(*k)
+TaskGen.before = before
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/cppcheck.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/cppcheck.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..13ff424
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/cppcheck.py
@@ -0,0 +1,591 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# -*- encoding: utf-8 -*-
+# Michel Mooij, michel.mooij7@gmail.com
+
+"""
+Tool Description
+================
+This module provides a waf wrapper (i.e. waftool) around the C/C++ source code
+checking tool 'cppcheck'.
+
+See http://cppcheck.sourceforge.net/ for more information on the cppcheck tool
+itself.
+Note that many linux distributions already provide a ready to install version
+of cppcheck. On fedora, for instance, it can be installed using yum:
+
+ 'sudo yum install cppcheck'
+
+
+Usage
+=====
+In order to use this waftool simply add it to the 'options' and 'configure'
+functions of your main waf script as shown in the example below:
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('cppcheck', tooldir='./waftools')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('cppcheck')
+
+Note that example shown above assumes that the cppcheck waftool is located in
+the sub directory named 'waftools'.
+
+When configured as shown in the example above, cppcheck will automatically
+perform a source code analysis on all C/C++ build tasks that have been
+defined in your waf build system.
+
+The example shown below for a C program will be used as input for cppcheck when
+building the task.
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld.program(name='foo', src='foobar.c')
+
+The result of the source code analysis will be stored both as xml and html
+files in the build location for the task. Should any error be detected by
+cppcheck the build will be aborted and a link to the html report will be shown.
+By default, one index.html file is created for each task generator. A global
+index.html file can be obtained by setting the following variable
+in the configuration section:
+
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_SINGLE_HTML = False
+
+When needed source code checking by cppcheck can be disabled per task, per
+detected error or warning for a particular task. It can be also be disabled for
+all tasks.
+
+In order to exclude a task from source code checking add the skip option to the
+task as shown below:
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld.program(
+ name='foo',
+ src='foobar.c'
+ cppcheck_skip=True
+ )
+
+When needed problems detected by cppcheck may be suppressed using a file
+containing a list of suppression rules. The relative or absolute path to this
+file can be added to the build task as shown in the example below:
+
+ bld.program(
+ name='bar',
+ src='foobar.c',
+ cppcheck_suppress='bar.suppress'
+ )
+
+A cppcheck suppress file should contain one suppress rule per line. Each of
+these rules will be passed as an '--suppress=<rule>' argument to cppcheck.
+
+Dependencies
+================
+This waftool depends on the python pygments module, it is used for source code
+syntax highlighting when creating the html reports. see http://pygments.org/ for
+more information on this package.
+
+Remarks
+================
+The generation of the html report is originally based on the cppcheck-htmlreport.py
+script that comes shipped with the cppcheck tool.
+"""
+
+import sys
+import xml.etree.ElementTree as ElementTree
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Logs, Context, Options
+
+PYGMENTS_EXC_MSG= '''
+The required module 'pygments' could not be found. Please install it using your
+platform package manager (e.g. apt-get or yum), using 'pip' or 'easy_install',
+see 'http://pygments.org/download/' for installation instructions.
+'''
+
+try:
+ import pygments
+ from pygments import formatters, lexers
+except ImportError as e:
+ Logs.warn(PYGMENTS_EXC_MSG)
+ raise e
+
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-skip', dest='cppcheck_skip',
+ default=False, action='store_true',
+ help='do not check C/C++ sources (default=False)')
+
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-err-resume', dest='cppcheck_err_resume',
+ default=False, action='store_true',
+ help='continue in case of errors (default=False)')
+
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-bin-enable', dest='cppcheck_bin_enable',
+ default='warning,performance,portability,style,unusedFunction', action='store',
+ help="cppcheck option '--enable=' for binaries (default=warning,performance,portability,style,unusedFunction)")
+
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-lib-enable', dest='cppcheck_lib_enable',
+ default='warning,performance,portability,style', action='store',
+ help="cppcheck option '--enable=' for libraries (default=warning,performance,portability,style)")
+
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-std-c', dest='cppcheck_std_c',
+ default='c99', action='store',
+ help='cppcheck standard to use when checking C (default=c99)')
+
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-std-cxx', dest='cppcheck_std_cxx',
+ default='c++03', action='store',
+ help='cppcheck standard to use when checking C++ (default=c++03)')
+
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-check-config', dest='cppcheck_check_config',
+ default=False, action='store_true',
+ help='forced check for missing buildin include files, e.g. stdio.h (default=False)')
+
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-max-configs', dest='cppcheck_max_configs',
+ default='20', action='store',
+ help='maximum preprocessor (--max-configs) define iterations (default=20)')
+
+ opt.add_option('--cppcheck-jobs', dest='cppcheck_jobs',
+ default='1', action='store',
+ help='number of jobs (-j) to do the checking work (default=1)')
+
+def configure(conf):
+ if conf.options.cppcheck_skip:
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_SKIP = [True]
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_STD_C = conf.options.cppcheck_std_c
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_STD_CXX = conf.options.cppcheck_std_cxx
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_MAX_CONFIGS = conf.options.cppcheck_max_configs
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_BIN_ENABLE = conf.options.cppcheck_bin_enable
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_LIB_ENABLE = conf.options.cppcheck_lib_enable
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_JOBS = conf.options.cppcheck_jobs
+ if conf.options.cppcheck_jobs != '1' and ('unusedFunction' in conf.options.cppcheck_bin_enable or 'unusedFunction' in conf.options.cppcheck_lib_enable or 'all' in conf.options.cppcheck_bin_enable or 'all' in conf.options.cppcheck_lib_enable):
+ Logs.warn('cppcheck: unusedFunction cannot be used with multiple threads, cppcheck will disable it automatically')
+ conf.find_program('cppcheck', var='CPPCHECK')
+
+ # set to True to get a single index.html file
+ conf.env.CPPCHECK_SINGLE_HTML = False
+
+@TaskGen.feature('c')
+@TaskGen.feature('cxx')
+def cppcheck_execute(self):
+ if hasattr(self.bld, 'conf'):
+ return
+ if len(self.env.CPPCHECK_SKIP) or Options.options.cppcheck_skip:
+ return
+ if getattr(self, 'cppcheck_skip', False):
+ return
+ task = self.create_task('cppcheck')
+ task.cmd = _tgen_create_cmd(self)
+ task.fatal = []
+ if not Options.options.cppcheck_err_resume:
+ task.fatal.append('error')
+
+
+def _tgen_create_cmd(self):
+ features = getattr(self, 'features', [])
+ std_c = self.env.CPPCHECK_STD_C
+ std_cxx = self.env.CPPCHECK_STD_CXX
+ max_configs = self.env.CPPCHECK_MAX_CONFIGS
+ bin_enable = self.env.CPPCHECK_BIN_ENABLE
+ lib_enable = self.env.CPPCHECK_LIB_ENABLE
+ jobs = self.env.CPPCHECK_JOBS
+
+ cmd = self.env.CPPCHECK
+ args = ['--inconclusive','--report-progress','--verbose','--xml','--xml-version=2']
+ args.append('--max-configs=%s' % max_configs)
+ args.append('-j %s' % jobs)
+
+ if 'cxx' in features:
+ args.append('--language=c++')
+ args.append('--std=%s' % std_cxx)
+ else:
+ args.append('--language=c')
+ args.append('--std=%s' % std_c)
+
+ if Options.options.cppcheck_check_config:
+ args.append('--check-config')
+
+ if set(['cprogram','cxxprogram']) & set(features):
+ args.append('--enable=%s' % bin_enable)
+ else:
+ args.append('--enable=%s' % lib_enable)
+
+ for src in self.to_list(getattr(self, 'source', [])):
+ if not isinstance(src, str):
+ src = repr(src)
+ args.append(src)
+ for inc in self.to_incnodes(self.to_list(getattr(self, 'includes', []))):
+ if not isinstance(inc, str):
+ inc = repr(inc)
+ args.append('-I%s' % inc)
+ for inc in self.to_incnodes(self.to_list(self.env.INCLUDES)):
+ if not isinstance(inc, str):
+ inc = repr(inc)
+ args.append('-I%s' % inc)
+ return cmd + args
+
+
+class cppcheck(Task.Task):
+ quiet = True
+
+ def run(self):
+ stderr = self.generator.bld.cmd_and_log(self.cmd, quiet=Context.STDERR, output=Context.STDERR)
+ self._save_xml_report(stderr)
+ defects = self._get_defects(stderr)
+ index = self._create_html_report(defects)
+ self._errors_evaluate(defects, index)
+ return 0
+
+ def _save_xml_report(self, s):
+ '''use cppcheck xml result string, add the command string used to invoke cppcheck
+ and save as xml file.
+ '''
+ header = '%s\n' % s.splitlines()[0]
+ root = ElementTree.fromstring(s)
+ cmd = ElementTree.SubElement(root.find('cppcheck'), 'cmd')
+ cmd.text = str(self.cmd)
+ body = ElementTree.tostring(root).decode('us-ascii')
+ body_html_name = 'cppcheck-%s.xml' % self.generator.get_name()
+ if self.env.CPPCHECK_SINGLE_HTML:
+ body_html_name = 'cppcheck.xml'
+ node = self.generator.path.get_bld().find_or_declare(body_html_name)
+ node.write(header + body)
+
+ def _get_defects(self, xml_string):
+ '''evaluate the xml string returned by cppcheck (on sdterr) and use it to create
+ a list of defects.
+ '''
+ defects = []
+ for error in ElementTree.fromstring(xml_string).iter('error'):
+ defect = {}
+ defect['id'] = error.get('id')
+ defect['severity'] = error.get('severity')
+ defect['msg'] = str(error.get('msg')).replace('<','&lt;')
+ defect['verbose'] = error.get('verbose')
+ for location in error.findall('location'):
+ defect['file'] = location.get('file')
+ defect['line'] = str(int(location.get('line')) - 1)
+ defects.append(defect)
+ return defects
+
+ def _create_html_report(self, defects):
+ files, css_style_defs = self._create_html_files(defects)
+ index = self._create_html_index(files)
+ self._create_css_file(css_style_defs)
+ return index
+
+ def _create_html_files(self, defects):
+ sources = {}
+ defects = [defect for defect in defects if 'file' in defect]
+ for defect in defects:
+ name = defect['file']
+ if not name in sources:
+ sources[name] = [defect]
+ else:
+ sources[name].append(defect)
+
+ files = {}
+ css_style_defs = None
+ bpath = self.generator.path.get_bld().abspath()
+ names = list(sources.keys())
+ for i in range(0,len(names)):
+ name = names[i]
+ if self.env.CPPCHECK_SINGLE_HTML:
+ htmlfile = 'cppcheck/%i.html' % (i)
+ else:
+ htmlfile = 'cppcheck/%s%i.html' % (self.generator.get_name(),i)
+ errors = sources[name]
+ files[name] = { 'htmlfile': '%s/%s' % (bpath, htmlfile), 'errors': errors }
+ css_style_defs = self._create_html_file(name, htmlfile, errors)
+ return files, css_style_defs
+
+ def _create_html_file(self, sourcefile, htmlfile, errors):
+ name = self.generator.get_name()
+ root = ElementTree.fromstring(CPPCHECK_HTML_FILE)
+ title = root.find('head/title')
+ title.text = 'cppcheck - report - %s' % name
+
+ body = root.find('body')
+ for div in body.findall('div'):
+ if div.get('id') == 'page':
+ page = div
+ break
+ for div in page.findall('div'):
+ if div.get('id') == 'header':
+ h1 = div.find('h1')
+ h1.text = 'cppcheck report - %s' % name
+ if div.get('id') == 'menu':
+ indexlink = div.find('a')
+ if self.env.CPPCHECK_SINGLE_HTML:
+ indexlink.attrib['href'] = 'index.html'
+ else:
+ indexlink.attrib['href'] = 'index-%s.html' % name
+ if div.get('id') == 'content':
+ content = div
+ srcnode = self.generator.bld.root.find_node(sourcefile)
+ hl_lines = [e['line'] for e in errors if 'line' in e]
+ formatter = CppcheckHtmlFormatter(linenos=True, style='colorful', hl_lines=hl_lines, lineanchors='line')
+ formatter.errors = [e for e in errors if 'line' in e]
+ css_style_defs = formatter.get_style_defs('.highlight')
+ lexer = pygments.lexers.guess_lexer_for_filename(sourcefile, "")
+ s = pygments.highlight(srcnode.read(), lexer, formatter)
+ table = ElementTree.fromstring(s)
+ content.append(table)
+
+ s = ElementTree.tostring(root, method='html').decode('us-ascii')
+ s = CCPCHECK_HTML_TYPE + s
+ node = self.generator.path.get_bld().find_or_declare(htmlfile)
+ node.write(s)
+ return css_style_defs
+
+ def _create_html_index(self, files):
+ name = self.generator.get_name()
+ root = ElementTree.fromstring(CPPCHECK_HTML_FILE)
+ title = root.find('head/title')
+ title.text = 'cppcheck - report - %s' % name
+
+ body = root.find('body')
+ for div in body.findall('div'):
+ if div.get('id') == 'page':
+ page = div
+ break
+ for div in page.findall('div'):
+ if div.get('id') == 'header':
+ h1 = div.find('h1')
+ h1.text = 'cppcheck report - %s' % name
+ if div.get('id') == 'content':
+ content = div
+ self._create_html_table(content, files)
+ if div.get('id') == 'menu':
+ indexlink = div.find('a')
+ if self.env.CPPCHECK_SINGLE_HTML:
+ indexlink.attrib['href'] = 'index.html'
+ else:
+ indexlink.attrib['href'] = 'index-%s.html' % name
+
+ s = ElementTree.tostring(root, method='html').decode('us-ascii')
+ s = CCPCHECK_HTML_TYPE + s
+ index_html_name = 'cppcheck/index-%s.html' % name
+ if self.env.CPPCHECK_SINGLE_HTML:
+ index_html_name = 'cppcheck/index.html'
+ node = self.generator.path.get_bld().find_or_declare(index_html_name)
+ node.write(s)
+ return node
+
+ def _create_html_table(self, content, files):
+ table = ElementTree.fromstring(CPPCHECK_HTML_TABLE)
+ for name, val in files.items():
+ f = val['htmlfile']
+ s = '<tr><td colspan="4"><a href="%s">%s</a></td></tr>\n' % (f,name)
+ row = ElementTree.fromstring(s)
+ table.append(row)
+
+ errors = sorted(val['errors'], key=lambda e: int(e['line']) if 'line' in e else sys.maxint)
+ for e in errors:
+ if not 'line' in e:
+ s = '<tr><td></td><td>%s</td><td>%s</td><td>%s</td></tr>\n' % (e['id'], e['severity'], e['msg'])
+ else:
+ attr = ''
+ if e['severity'] == 'error':
+ attr = 'class="error"'
+ s = '<tr><td><a href="%s#line-%s">%s</a></td>' % (f, e['line'], e['line'])
+ s+= '<td>%s</td><td>%s</td><td %s>%s</td></tr>\n' % (e['id'], e['severity'], attr, e['msg'])
+ row = ElementTree.fromstring(s)
+ table.append(row)
+ content.append(table)
+
+ def _create_css_file(self, css_style_defs):
+ css = str(CPPCHECK_CSS_FILE)
+ if css_style_defs:
+ css = "%s\n%s\n" % (css, css_style_defs)
+ node = self.generator.path.get_bld().find_or_declare('cppcheck/style.css')
+ node.write(css)
+
+ def _errors_evaluate(self, errors, http_index):
+ name = self.generator.get_name()
+ fatal = self.fatal
+ severity = [err['severity'] for err in errors]
+ problems = [err for err in errors if err['severity'] != 'information']
+
+ if set(fatal) & set(severity):
+ exc = "\n"
+ exc += "\nccpcheck detected fatal error(s) in task '%s', see report for details:" % name
+ exc += "\n file://%r" % (http_index)
+ exc += "\n"
+ self.generator.bld.fatal(exc)
+
+ elif len(problems):
+ msg = "\nccpcheck detected (possible) problem(s) in task '%s', see report for details:" % name
+ msg += "\n file://%r" % http_index
+ msg += "\n"
+ Logs.error(msg)
+
+
+class CppcheckHtmlFormatter(pygments.formatters.HtmlFormatter):
+ errors = []
+
+ def wrap(self, source, outfile):
+ line_no = 1
+ for i, t in super(CppcheckHtmlFormatter, self).wrap(source, outfile):
+ # If this is a source code line we want to add a span tag at the end.
+ if i == 1:
+ for error in self.errors:
+ if int(error['line']) == line_no:
+ t = t.replace('\n', CPPCHECK_HTML_ERROR % error['msg'])
+ line_no += 1
+ yield i, t
+
+
+CCPCHECK_HTML_TYPE = \
+'<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">\n'
+
+CPPCHECK_HTML_FILE = """
+<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd" [<!ENTITY nbsp "&#160;">]>
+<html>
+ <head>
+ <title>cppcheck - report - XXX</title>
+ <link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
+ <style type="text/css">
+ </style>
+ </head>
+ <body class="body">
+ <div id="page-header">&nbsp;</div>
+ <div id="page">
+ <div id="header">
+ <h1>cppcheck report - XXX</h1>
+ </div>
+ <div id="menu">
+ <a href="index.html">Defect list</a>
+ </div>
+ <div id="content">
+ </div>
+ <div id="footer">
+ <div>cppcheck - a tool for static C/C++ code analysis</div>
+ <div>
+ Internet: <a href="http://cppcheck.sourceforge.net">http://cppcheck.sourceforge.net</a><br/>
+ Forum: <a href="http://apps.sourceforge.net/phpbb/cppcheck/">http://apps.sourceforge.net/phpbb/cppcheck/</a><br/>
+ IRC: #cppcheck at irc.freenode.net
+ </div>
+ &nbsp;
+ </div>
+ &nbsp;
+ </div>
+ <div id="page-footer">&nbsp;</div>
+ </body>
+</html>
+"""
+
+CPPCHECK_HTML_TABLE = """
+<table>
+ <tr>
+ <th>Line</th>
+ <th>Id</th>
+ <th>Severity</th>
+ <th>Message</th>
+ </tr>
+</table>
+"""
+
+CPPCHECK_HTML_ERROR = \
+'<span style="background: #ffaaaa;padding: 3px;">&lt;--- %s</span>\n'
+
+CPPCHECK_CSS_FILE = """
+body.body {
+ font-family: Arial;
+ font-size: 13px;
+ background-color: black;
+ padding: 0px;
+ margin: 0px;
+}
+
+.error {
+ font-family: Arial;
+ font-size: 13px;
+ background-color: #ffb7b7;
+ padding: 0px;
+ margin: 0px;
+}
+
+th, td {
+ min-width: 100px;
+ text-align: left;
+}
+
+#page-header {
+ clear: both;
+ width: 1200px;
+ margin: 20px auto 0px auto;
+ height: 10px;
+ border-bottom-width: 2px;
+ border-bottom-style: solid;
+ border-bottom-color: #aaaaaa;
+}
+
+#page {
+ width: 1160px;
+ margin: auto;
+ border-left-width: 2px;
+ border-left-style: solid;
+ border-left-color: #aaaaaa;
+ border-right-width: 2px;
+ border-right-style: solid;
+ border-right-color: #aaaaaa;
+ background-color: White;
+ padding: 20px;
+}
+
+#page-footer {
+ clear: both;
+ width: 1200px;
+ margin: auto;
+ height: 10px;
+ border-top-width: 2px;
+ border-top-style: solid;
+ border-top-color: #aaaaaa;
+}
+
+#header {
+ width: 100%;
+ height: 70px;
+ background-image: url(logo.png);
+ background-repeat: no-repeat;
+ background-position: left top;
+ border-bottom-style: solid;
+ border-bottom-width: thin;
+ border-bottom-color: #aaaaaa;
+}
+
+#menu {
+ margin-top: 5px;
+ text-align: left;
+ float: left;
+ width: 100px;
+ height: 300px;
+}
+
+#menu > a {
+ margin-left: 10px;
+ display: block;
+}
+
+#content {
+ float: left;
+ width: 1020px;
+ margin: 5px;
+ padding: 0px 10px 10px 10px;
+ border-left-style: solid;
+ border-left-width: thin;
+ border-left-color: #aaaaaa;
+}
+
+#footer {
+ padding-bottom: 5px;
+ padding-top: 5px;
+ border-top-style: solid;
+ border-top-width: thin;
+ border-top-color: #aaaaaa;
+ clear: both;
+ font-size: 10px;
+}
+
+#footer > div {
+ float: left;
+ width: 33%;
+}
+
+"""
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/cpplint.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/cpplint.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8cdd6dd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/cpplint.py
@@ -0,0 +1,209 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+#
+# written by Sylvain Rouquette, 2014
+
+'''
+
+This is an extra tool, not bundled with the default waf binary.
+To add the cpplint tool to the waf file:
+$ ./waf-light --tools=compat15,cpplint
+
+this tool also requires cpplint for python.
+If you have PIP, you can install it like this: pip install cpplint
+
+When using this tool, the wscript will look like:
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_cxx cpplint')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx cpplint')
+ # optional, you can also specify them on the command line
+ conf.env.CPPLINT_FILTERS = ','.join((
+ '-whitespace/newline', # c++11 lambda
+ '-readability/braces', # c++11 constructor
+ '-whitespace/braces', # c++11 constructor
+ '-build/storage_class', # c++11 for-range
+ '-whitespace/blank_line', # user pref
+ '-whitespace/labels' # user pref
+ ))
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(features='cpplint', source='main.cpp', target='app')
+ # add include files, because they aren't usually built
+ bld(features='cpplint', source=bld.path.ant_glob('**/*.hpp'))
+'''
+
+from __future__ import absolute_import
+import sys, re
+import logging
+from waflib import Errors, Task, TaskGen, Logs, Options, Node, Utils
+
+
+critical_errors = 0
+CPPLINT_FORMAT = '[CPPLINT] %(filename)s:\nline %(linenum)s, severity %(confidence)s, category: %(category)s\n%(message)s\n'
+RE_EMACS = re.compile(r'(?P<filename>.*):(?P<linenum>\d+): (?P<message>.*) \[(?P<category>.*)\] \[(?P<confidence>\d+)\]')
+CPPLINT_RE = {
+ 'waf': RE_EMACS,
+ 'emacs': RE_EMACS,
+ 'vs7': re.compile(r'(?P<filename>.*)\((?P<linenum>\d+)\): (?P<message>.*) \[(?P<category>.*)\] \[(?P<confidence>\d+)\]'),
+ 'eclipse': re.compile(r'(?P<filename>.*):(?P<linenum>\d+): warning: (?P<message>.*) \[(?P<category>.*)\] \[(?P<confidence>\d+)\]'),
+}
+CPPLINT_STR = ('${CPPLINT} '
+ '--verbose=${CPPLINT_LEVEL} '
+ '--output=${CPPLINT_OUTPUT} '
+ '--filter=${CPPLINT_FILTERS} '
+ '--root=${CPPLINT_ROOT} '
+ '--linelength=${CPPLINT_LINE_LENGTH} ')
+
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--cpplint-filters', type='string',
+ default='', dest='CPPLINT_FILTERS',
+ help='add filters to cpplint')
+ opt.add_option('--cpplint-length', type='int',
+ default=80, dest='CPPLINT_LINE_LENGTH',
+ help='specify the line length (default: 80)')
+ opt.add_option('--cpplint-level', default=1, type='int', dest='CPPLINT_LEVEL',
+ help='specify the log level (default: 1)')
+ opt.add_option('--cpplint-break', default=5, type='int', dest='CPPLINT_BREAK',
+ help='break the build if error >= level (default: 5)')
+ opt.add_option('--cpplint-root', type='string',
+ default='', dest='CPPLINT_ROOT',
+ help='root directory used to derive header guard')
+ opt.add_option('--cpplint-skip', action='store_true',
+ default=False, dest='CPPLINT_SKIP',
+ help='skip cpplint during build')
+ opt.add_option('--cpplint-output', type='string',
+ default='waf', dest='CPPLINT_OUTPUT',
+ help='select output format (waf, emacs, vs7, eclipse)')
+
+
+def configure(conf):
+ try:
+ conf.find_program('cpplint', var='CPPLINT')
+ except Errors.ConfigurationError:
+ conf.env.CPPLINT_SKIP = True
+
+
+class cpplint_formatter(Logs.formatter, object):
+ def __init__(self, fmt):
+ logging.Formatter.__init__(self, CPPLINT_FORMAT)
+ self.fmt = fmt
+
+ def format(self, rec):
+ if self.fmt == 'waf':
+ result = CPPLINT_RE[self.fmt].match(rec.msg).groupdict()
+ rec.msg = CPPLINT_FORMAT % result
+ if rec.levelno <= logging.INFO:
+ rec.c1 = Logs.colors.CYAN
+ return super(cpplint_formatter, self).format(rec)
+
+
+class cpplint_handler(Logs.log_handler, object):
+ def __init__(self, stream=sys.stderr, **kw):
+ super(cpplint_handler, self).__init__(stream, **kw)
+ self.stream = stream
+
+ def emit(self, rec):
+ rec.stream = self.stream
+ self.emit_override(rec)
+ self.flush()
+
+
+class cpplint_wrapper(object):
+ def __init__(self, logger, threshold, fmt):
+ self.logger = logger
+ self.threshold = threshold
+ self.fmt = fmt
+
+ def __enter__(self):
+ return self
+
+ def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback):
+ if isinstance(exc_value, Utils.subprocess.CalledProcessError):
+ messages = [m for m in exc_value.output.splitlines()
+ if 'Done processing' not in m
+ and 'Total errors found' not in m]
+ for message in messages:
+ self.write(message)
+ return True
+
+ def write(self, message):
+ global critical_errors
+ result = CPPLINT_RE[self.fmt].match(message)
+ if not result:
+ return
+ level = int(result.groupdict()['confidence'])
+ if level >= self.threshold:
+ critical_errors += 1
+ if level <= 2:
+ self.logger.info(message)
+ elif level <= 4:
+ self.logger.warning(message)
+ else:
+ self.logger.error(message)
+
+
+cpplint_logger = None
+def get_cpplint_logger(fmt):
+ global cpplint_logger
+ if cpplint_logger:
+ return cpplint_logger
+ cpplint_logger = logging.getLogger('cpplint')
+ hdlr = cpplint_handler()
+ hdlr.setFormatter(cpplint_formatter(fmt))
+ cpplint_logger.addHandler(hdlr)
+ cpplint_logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
+ return cpplint_logger
+
+
+class cpplint(Task.Task):
+ color = 'PINK'
+
+ def __init__(self, *k, **kw):
+ super(cpplint, self).__init__(*k, **kw)
+
+ def run(self):
+ global critical_errors
+ with cpplint_wrapper(get_cpplint_logger(self.env.CPPLINT_OUTPUT), self.env.CPPLINT_BREAK, self.env.CPPLINT_OUTPUT):
+ params = {key: str(self.env[key]) for key in self.env if 'CPPLINT_' in key}
+ if params['CPPLINT_OUTPUT'] is 'waf':
+ params['CPPLINT_OUTPUT'] = 'emacs'
+ params['CPPLINT'] = self.env.get_flat('CPPLINT')
+ cmd = Utils.subst_vars(CPPLINT_STR, params)
+ env = self.env.env or None
+ Utils.subprocess.check_output(cmd + self.inputs[0].abspath(),
+ stderr=Utils.subprocess.STDOUT,
+ env=env, shell=True)
+ return critical_errors
+
+@TaskGen.extension('.h', '.hh', '.hpp', '.hxx')
+def cpplint_includes(self, node):
+ pass
+
+@TaskGen.feature('cpplint')
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+def post_cpplint(self):
+ if not self.env.CPPLINT_INITIALIZED:
+ for key, value in Options.options.__dict__.items():
+ if not key.startswith('CPPLINT_') or self.env[key]:
+ continue
+ self.env[key] = value
+ self.env.CPPLINT_INITIALIZED = True
+
+ if self.env.CPPLINT_SKIP:
+ return
+
+ if not self.env.CPPLINT_OUTPUT in CPPLINT_RE:
+ return
+
+ for src in self.to_list(getattr(self, 'source', [])):
+ if isinstance(src, Node.Node):
+ node = src
+ else:
+ node = self.path.find_or_declare(src)
+ if not node:
+ self.bld.fatal('Could not find %r' % src)
+ self.create_task('cpplint', node)
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/cross_gnu.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/cross_gnu.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..309f53b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/cross_gnu.py
@@ -0,0 +1,227 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+# -*- coding: utf-8 vi:ts=4:noexpandtab
+# Tool to provide dedicated variables for cross-compilation
+
+__author__ = __maintainer__ = "Jérôme Carretero <cJ-waf@zougloub.eu>"
+__copyright__ = "Jérôme Carretero, 2014"
+
+"""
+This tool allows to use environment variables to define cross-compilation
+variables intended for build variants.
+
+The variables are obtained from the environment in 3 ways:
+
+1. By defining CHOST, they can be derived as ${CHOST}-${TOOL}
+2. By defining HOST_x
+3. By defining ${CHOST//-/_}_x
+
+else one can set ``cfg.env.CHOST`` in ``wscript`` before loading ``cross_gnu``.
+
+Usage:
+
+- In your build script::
+
+ def configure(cfg):
+ ...
+ for variant in x_variants:
+ setenv(variant)
+ conf.load('cross_gnu')
+ conf.xcheck_host_var('POUET')
+ ...
+
+
+- Then::
+
+ CHOST=arm-hardfloat-linux-gnueabi waf configure
+ env arm-hardfloat-linux-gnueabi-CC="clang -..." waf configure
+ CFLAGS=... CHOST=arm-hardfloat-linux-gnueabi HOST_CFLAGS=-g waf configure
+ HOST_CC="clang -..." waf configure
+
+This example ``wscript`` compiles to Microchip PIC (xc16-gcc-xyz must be in PATH):
+
+.. code:: python
+
+ from waflib import Configure
+
+ #from https://gist.github.com/rpuntaie/2bddfb5d7b77db26415ee14371289971
+ import waf_variants
+
+ variants='pc fw/variant1 fw/variant2'.split()
+
+ top = "."
+ out = "../build"
+
+ PIC = '33FJ128GP804' #dsPICxxx
+
+ @Configure.conf
+ def gcc_modifier_xc16(cfg):
+ v = cfg.env
+ v.cprogram_PATTERN = '%s.elf'
+ v.LINKFLAGS_cprogram = ','.join(['-Wl','','','--defsym=__MPLAB_BUILD=0','','--script=p'+PIC+'.gld',
+ '--stack=16','--check-sections','--data-init','--pack-data','--handles','--isr','--no-gc-sections',
+ '--fill-upper=0','--stackguard=16','--no-force-link','--smart-io']) #,'--report-mem'])
+ v.CFLAGS_cprogram=['-mcpu='+PIC,'-omf=elf','-mlarge-code','-msmart-io=1',
+ '-msfr-warn=off','-mno-override-inline','-finline','-Winline']
+
+ def configure(cfg):
+ if 'fw' in cfg.variant: #firmware
+ cfg.env.DEST_OS = 'xc16' #cfg.env.CHOST = 'xc16' #works too
+ cfg.load('c cross_gnu') #cfg.env.CHOST becomes ['xc16']
+ ...
+ else: #configure for pc SW
+ ...
+
+ def build(bld):
+ if 'fw' in bld.variant: #firmware
+ bld.program(source='maintst.c', target='maintst');
+ bld(source='maintst.elf', target='maintst.hex', rule="xc16-bin2hex ${SRC} -a -omf=elf")
+ else: #build for pc SW
+ ...
+
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Utils, Configure
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot, gcc
+
+try:
+ from shlex import quote
+except ImportError:
+ from pipes import quote
+
+def get_chost_stuff(conf):
+ """
+ Get the CHOST environment variable contents
+ """
+ chost = None
+ chost_envar = None
+ if conf.env.CHOST:
+ chost = conf.env.CHOST[0]
+ chost_envar = chost.replace('-', '_')
+ return chost, chost_envar
+
+
+@Configure.conf
+def xcheck_var(conf, name, wafname=None, cross=False):
+ wafname = wafname or name
+
+ if wafname in conf.env:
+ value = conf.env[wafname]
+ if isinstance(value, str):
+ value = [value]
+ else:
+ envar = os.environ.get(name)
+ if not envar:
+ return
+ value = Utils.to_list(envar) if envar != '' else [envar]
+
+ conf.env[wafname] = value
+ if cross:
+ pretty = 'cross-compilation %s' % wafname
+ else:
+ pretty = wafname
+ conf.msg('Will use %s' % pretty, " ".join(quote(x) for x in value))
+
+@Configure.conf
+def xcheck_host_prog(conf, name, tool, wafname=None):
+ wafname = wafname or name
+
+ chost, chost_envar = get_chost_stuff(conf)
+
+ specific = None
+ if chost:
+ specific = os.environ.get('%s_%s' % (chost_envar, name))
+
+ if specific:
+ value = Utils.to_list(specific)
+ conf.env[wafname] += value
+ conf.msg('Will use cross-compilation %s from %s_%s' % (name, chost_envar, name),
+ " ".join(quote(x) for x in value))
+ return
+ else:
+ envar = os.environ.get('HOST_%s' % name)
+ if envar is not None:
+ value = Utils.to_list(envar)
+ conf.env[wafname] = value
+ conf.msg('Will use cross-compilation %s from HOST_%s' % (name, name),
+ " ".join(quote(x) for x in value))
+ return
+
+ if conf.env[wafname]:
+ return
+
+ value = None
+ if chost:
+ value = '%s-%s' % (chost, tool)
+
+ if value:
+ conf.env[wafname] = value
+ conf.msg('Will use cross-compilation %s from CHOST' % wafname, value)
+
+@Configure.conf
+def xcheck_host_envar(conf, name, wafname=None):
+ wafname = wafname or name
+
+ chost, chost_envar = get_chost_stuff(conf)
+
+ specific = None
+ if chost:
+ specific = os.environ.get('%s_%s' % (chost_envar, name))
+
+ if specific:
+ value = Utils.to_list(specific)
+ conf.env[wafname] += value
+ conf.msg('Will use cross-compilation %s from %s_%s' \
+ % (name, chost_envar, name),
+ " ".join(quote(x) for x in value))
+ return
+
+
+ envar = os.environ.get('HOST_%s' % name)
+ if envar is None:
+ return
+
+ value = Utils.to_list(envar) if envar != '' else [envar]
+
+ conf.env[wafname] = value
+ conf.msg('Will use cross-compilation %s from HOST_%s' % (name, name),
+ " ".join(quote(x) for x in value))
+
+
+@Configure.conf
+def xcheck_host(conf):
+ conf.xcheck_var('CHOST', cross=True)
+ conf.env.CHOST = conf.env.CHOST or [conf.env.DEST_OS]
+ conf.env.DEST_OS = conf.env.CHOST[0].replace('-','_')
+ conf.xcheck_host_prog('CC', 'gcc')
+ conf.xcheck_host_prog('CXX', 'g++')
+ conf.xcheck_host_prog('LINK_CC', 'gcc')
+ conf.xcheck_host_prog('LINK_CXX', 'g++')
+ conf.xcheck_host_prog('AR', 'ar')
+ conf.xcheck_host_prog('AS', 'as')
+ conf.xcheck_host_prog('LD', 'ld')
+ conf.xcheck_host_envar('CFLAGS')
+ conf.xcheck_host_envar('CXXFLAGS')
+ conf.xcheck_host_envar('LDFLAGS', 'LINKFLAGS')
+ conf.xcheck_host_envar('LIB')
+ conf.xcheck_host_envar('PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR')
+ conf.xcheck_host_envar('PKG_CONFIG_PATH')
+
+ if not conf.env.env:
+ conf.env.env = {}
+ conf.env.env.update(os.environ)
+ if conf.env.PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR:
+ conf.env.env['PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR'] = conf.env.PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR[0]
+ if conf.env.PKG_CONFIG_PATH:
+ conf.env.env['PKG_CONFIG_PATH'] = conf.env.PKG_CONFIG_PATH[0]
+
+def configure(conf):
+ """
+ Configuration example for gcc, it will not work for g++/clang/clang++
+ """
+ conf.xcheck_host()
+ conf.gcc_common_flags()
+ conf.gcc_modifier_platform()
+ conf.cc_load_tools()
+ conf.cc_add_flags()
+ conf.link_add_flags()
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/cython.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/cython.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..591c274
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/cython.py
@@ -0,0 +1,147 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2010-2015
+
+import re
+from waflib import Task, Logs
+from waflib.TaskGen import extension
+
+cy_api_pat = re.compile(r'\s*?cdef\s*?(public|api)\w*')
+re_cyt = re.compile(r"""
+ ^\s* # must begin with some whitespace characters
+ (?:from\s+(\w+)(?:\.\w+)*\s+)? # optionally match "from foo(.baz)" and capture foo
+ c?import\s(\w+|[*]) # require "import bar" and capture bar
+ """, re.M | re.VERBOSE)
+
+@extension('.pyx')
+def add_cython_file(self, node):
+ """
+ Process a *.pyx* file given in the list of source files. No additional
+ feature is required::
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(features='c cshlib pyext', source='main.c foo.pyx', target='app')
+ """
+ ext = '.c'
+ if 'cxx' in self.features:
+ self.env.append_unique('CYTHONFLAGS', '--cplus')
+ ext = '.cc'
+
+ for x in getattr(self, 'cython_includes', []):
+ # TODO re-use these nodes in "scan" below
+ d = self.path.find_dir(x)
+ if d:
+ self.env.append_unique('CYTHONFLAGS', '-I%s' % d.abspath())
+
+ tsk = self.create_task('cython', node, node.change_ext(ext))
+ self.source += tsk.outputs
+
+class cython(Task.Task):
+ run_str = '${CYTHON} ${CYTHONFLAGS} -o ${TGT[0].abspath()} ${SRC}'
+ color = 'GREEN'
+
+ vars = ['INCLUDES']
+ """
+ Rebuild whenever the INCLUDES change. The variables such as CYTHONFLAGS will be appended
+ by the metaclass.
+ """
+
+ ext_out = ['.h']
+ """
+ The creation of a .h file is known only after the build has begun, so it is not
+ possible to compute a build order just by looking at the task inputs/outputs.
+ """
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ """
+ Perform a double-check to add the headers created by cython
+ to the output nodes. The scanner is executed only when the cython task
+ must be executed (optimization).
+ """
+ ret = super(cython, self).runnable_status()
+ if ret == Task.ASK_LATER:
+ return ret
+ for x in self.generator.bld.raw_deps[self.uid()]:
+ if x.startswith('header:'):
+ self.outputs.append(self.inputs[0].parent.find_or_declare(x.replace('header:', '')))
+ return super(cython, self).runnable_status()
+
+ def post_run(self):
+ for x in self.outputs:
+ if x.name.endswith('.h'):
+ if not x.exists():
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.warn('Expected %r', x.abspath())
+ x.write('')
+ return Task.Task.post_run(self)
+
+ def scan(self):
+ """
+ Return the dependent files (.pxd) by looking in the include folders.
+ Put the headers to generate in the custom list "bld.raw_deps".
+ To inspect the scanne results use::
+
+ $ waf clean build --zones=deps
+ """
+ node = self.inputs[0]
+ txt = node.read()
+
+ mods = set()
+ for m in re_cyt.finditer(txt):
+ if m.group(1): # matches "from foo import bar"
+ mods.add(m.group(1))
+ else:
+ mods.add(m.group(2))
+
+ Logs.debug('cython: mods %r', mods)
+ incs = getattr(self.generator, 'cython_includes', [])
+ incs = [self.generator.path.find_dir(x) for x in incs]
+ incs.append(node.parent)
+
+ found = []
+ missing = []
+ for x in sorted(mods):
+ for y in incs:
+ k = y.find_resource(x + '.pxd')
+ if k:
+ found.append(k)
+ break
+ else:
+ missing.append(x)
+
+ # the cython file implicitly depends on a pxd file that might be present
+ implicit = node.parent.find_resource(node.name[:-3] + 'pxd')
+ if implicit:
+ found.append(implicit)
+
+ Logs.debug('cython: found %r', found)
+
+ # Now the .h created - store them in bld.raw_deps for later use
+ has_api = False
+ has_public = False
+ for l in txt.splitlines():
+ if cy_api_pat.match(l):
+ if ' api ' in l:
+ has_api = True
+ if ' public ' in l:
+ has_public = True
+ name = node.name.replace('.pyx', '')
+ if has_api:
+ missing.append('header:%s_api.h' % name)
+ if has_public:
+ missing.append('header:%s.h' % name)
+
+ return (found, missing)
+
+def options(ctx):
+ ctx.add_option('--cython-flags', action='store', default='', help='space separated list of flags to pass to cython')
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ if not ctx.env.CC and not ctx.env.CXX:
+ ctx.fatal('Load a C/C++ compiler first')
+ if not ctx.env.PYTHON:
+ ctx.fatal('Load the python tool first!')
+ ctx.find_program('cython', var='CYTHON')
+ if hasattr(ctx.options, 'cython_flags'):
+ ctx.env.CYTHONFLAGS = ctx.options.cython_flags
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/dcc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/dcc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c1a57c0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/dcc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Jérôme Carretero, 2011 (zougloub)
+
+from waflib import Options
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+@conf
+def find_dcc(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['dcc'], var='CC', path_list=getattr(Options.options, 'diabbindir', ""))
+ conf.env.CC_NAME = 'dcc'
+
+@conf
+def find_dld(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['dld'], var='LINK_CC', path_list=getattr(Options.options, 'diabbindir', ""))
+ conf.env.LINK_CC_NAME = 'dld'
+
+@conf
+def find_dar(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['dar'], var='AR', path_list=getattr(Options.options, 'diabbindir', ""))
+ conf.env.AR_NAME = 'dar'
+ conf.env.ARFLAGS = 'rcs'
+
+@conf
+def find_ddump(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['ddump'], var='DDUMP', path_list=getattr(Options.options, 'diabbindir', ""))
+
+@conf
+def dcc_common_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v['CC_SRC_F'] = []
+ v['CC_TGT_F'] = ['-c', '-o']
+
+ # linker
+ if not v['LINK_CC']:
+ v['LINK_CC'] = v['CC']
+ v['CCLNK_SRC_F'] = []
+ v['CCLNK_TGT_F'] = ['-o']
+ v['CPPPATH_ST'] = '-I%s'
+ v['DEFINES_ST'] = '-D%s'
+
+ v['LIB_ST'] = '-l:%s' # template for adding libs
+ v['LIBPATH_ST'] = '-L%s' # template for adding libpaths
+ v['STLIB_ST'] = '-l:%s'
+ v['STLIBPATH_ST'] = '-L%s'
+ v['RPATH_ST'] = '-Wl,-rpath,%s'
+ #v['STLIB_MARKER'] = '-Wl,-Bstatic'
+
+ # program
+ v['cprogram_PATTERN'] = '%s.elf'
+
+ # static lib
+ v['LINKFLAGS_cstlib'] = ['-Wl,-Bstatic']
+ v['cstlib_PATTERN'] = 'lib%s.a'
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_dcc()
+ conf.find_dar()
+ conf.find_dld()
+ conf.find_ddump()
+ conf.dcc_common_flags()
+ conf.cc_load_tools()
+ conf.cc_add_flags()
+ conf.link_add_flags()
+
+def options(opt):
+ """
+ Add the ``--with-diab-bindir`` command-line options.
+ """
+ opt.add_option('--with-diab-bindir', type='string', dest='diabbindir', help = 'Specify alternate diab bin folder', default="")
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/distnet.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/distnet.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ff3ed8e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/distnet.py
@@ -0,0 +1,430 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+"""
+waf-powered distributed network builds, with a network cache.
+
+Caching files from a server has advantages over a NFS/Samba shared folder:
+
+- builds are much faster because they use local files
+- builds just continue to work in case of a network glitch
+- permissions are much simpler to manage
+"""
+
+import os, urllib, tarfile, re, shutil, tempfile, sys
+from collections import OrderedDict
+from waflib import Context, Utils, Logs
+
+try:
+ from urllib.parse import urlencode
+except ImportError:
+ urlencode = urllib.urlencode
+
+def safe_urlencode(data):
+ x = urlencode(data)
+ try:
+ x = x.encode('utf-8')
+ except Exception:
+ pass
+ return x
+
+try:
+ from urllib.error import URLError
+except ImportError:
+ from urllib2 import URLError
+
+try:
+ from urllib.request import Request, urlopen
+except ImportError:
+ from urllib2 import Request, urlopen
+
+DISTNETCACHE = os.environ.get('DISTNETCACHE', '/tmp/distnetcache')
+DISTNETSERVER = os.environ.get('DISTNETSERVER', 'http://localhost:8000/cgi-bin/')
+TARFORMAT = 'w:bz2'
+TIMEOUT = 60
+REQUIRES = 'requires.txt'
+
+re_com = re.compile(r'\s*#.*', re.M)
+
+def total_version_order(num):
+ lst = num.split('.')
+ template = '%10s' * len(lst)
+ ret = template % tuple(lst)
+ return ret
+
+def get_distnet_cache():
+ return getattr(Context.g_module, 'DISTNETCACHE', DISTNETCACHE)
+
+def get_server_url():
+ return getattr(Context.g_module, 'DISTNETSERVER', DISTNETSERVER)
+
+def get_download_url():
+ return '%s/download.py' % get_server_url()
+
+def get_upload_url():
+ return '%s/upload.py' % get_server_url()
+
+def get_resolve_url():
+ return '%s/resolve.py' % get_server_url()
+
+def send_package_name():
+ out = getattr(Context.g_module, 'out', 'build')
+ pkgfile = '%s/package_to_upload.tarfile' % out
+ return pkgfile
+
+class package(Context.Context):
+ fun = 'package'
+ cmd = 'package'
+
+ def execute(self):
+ try:
+ files = self.files
+ except AttributeError:
+ files = self.files = []
+
+ Context.Context.execute(self)
+ pkgfile = send_package_name()
+ if not pkgfile in files:
+ if not REQUIRES in files:
+ files.append(REQUIRES)
+ self.make_tarfile(pkgfile, files, add_to_package=False)
+
+ def make_tarfile(self, filename, files, **kw):
+ if kw.get('add_to_package', True):
+ self.files.append(filename)
+
+ with tarfile.open(filename, TARFORMAT) as tar:
+ endname = os.path.split(filename)[-1]
+ endname = endname.split('.')[0] + '/'
+ for x in files:
+ tarinfo = tar.gettarinfo(x, x)
+ tarinfo.uid = tarinfo.gid = 0
+ tarinfo.uname = tarinfo.gname = 'root'
+ tarinfo.size = os.stat(x).st_size
+
+ # TODO - more archive creation options?
+ if kw.get('bare', True):
+ tarinfo.name = os.path.split(x)[1]
+ else:
+ tarinfo.name = endname + x # todo, if tuple, then..
+ Logs.debug('distnet: adding %r to %s', tarinfo.name, filename)
+ with open(x, 'rb') as f:
+ tar.addfile(tarinfo, f)
+ Logs.info('Created %s', filename)
+
+class publish(Context.Context):
+ fun = 'publish'
+ cmd = 'publish'
+ def execute(self):
+ if hasattr(Context.g_module, 'publish'):
+ Context.Context.execute(self)
+ mod = Context.g_module
+
+ rfile = getattr(self, 'rfile', send_package_name())
+ if not os.path.isfile(rfile):
+ self.fatal('Create the release file with "waf release" first! %r' % rfile)
+
+ fdata = Utils.readf(rfile, m='rb')
+ data = safe_urlencode([('pkgdata', fdata), ('pkgname', mod.APPNAME), ('pkgver', mod.VERSION)])
+
+ req = Request(get_upload_url(), data)
+ response = urlopen(req, timeout=TIMEOUT)
+ data = response.read().strip()
+
+ if sys.hexversion>0x300000f:
+ data = data.decode('utf-8')
+
+ if data != 'ok':
+ self.fatal('Could not publish the package %r' % data)
+
+class constraint(object):
+ def __init__(self, line=''):
+ self.required_line = line
+ self.info = []
+
+ line = line.strip()
+ if not line:
+ return
+
+ lst = line.split(',')
+ if lst:
+ self.pkgname = lst[0]
+ self.required_version = lst[1]
+ for k in lst:
+ a, b, c = k.partition('=')
+ if a and c:
+ self.info.append((a, c))
+ def __str__(self):
+ buf = []
+ buf.append(self.pkgname)
+ buf.append(self.required_version)
+ for k in self.info:
+ buf.append('%s=%s' % k)
+ return ','.join(buf)
+
+ def __repr__(self):
+ return "requires %s-%s" % (self.pkgname, self.required_version)
+
+ def human_display(self, pkgname, pkgver):
+ return '%s-%s requires %s-%s' % (pkgname, pkgver, self.pkgname, self.required_version)
+
+ def why(self):
+ ret = []
+ for x in self.info:
+ if x[0] == 'reason':
+ ret.append(x[1])
+ return ret
+
+ def add_reason(self, reason):
+ self.info.append(('reason', reason))
+
+def parse_constraints(text):
+ assert(text is not None)
+ constraints = []
+ text = re.sub(re_com, '', text)
+ lines = text.splitlines()
+ for line in lines:
+ line = line.strip()
+ if not line:
+ continue
+ constraints.append(constraint(line))
+ return constraints
+
+def list_package_versions(cachedir, pkgname):
+ pkgdir = os.path.join(cachedir, pkgname)
+ try:
+ versions = os.listdir(pkgdir)
+ except OSError:
+ return []
+ versions.sort(key=total_version_order)
+ versions.reverse()
+ return versions
+
+class package_reader(Context.Context):
+ cmd = 'solver'
+ fun = 'solver'
+
+ def __init__(self, **kw):
+ Context.Context.__init__(self, **kw)
+
+ self.myproject = getattr(Context.g_module, 'APPNAME', 'project')
+ self.myversion = getattr(Context.g_module, 'VERSION', '1.0')
+ self.cache_constraints = {}
+ self.constraints = []
+
+ def compute_dependencies(self, filename=REQUIRES):
+ text = Utils.readf(filename)
+ data = safe_urlencode([('text', text)])
+
+ if '--offline' in sys.argv:
+ self.constraints = self.local_resolve(text)
+ else:
+ req = Request(get_resolve_url(), data)
+ try:
+ response = urlopen(req, timeout=TIMEOUT)
+ except URLError as e:
+ Logs.warn('The package server is down! %r', e)
+ self.constraints = self.local_resolve(text)
+ else:
+ ret = response.read()
+ try:
+ ret = ret.decode('utf-8')
+ except Exception:
+ pass
+ self.trace(ret)
+ self.constraints = parse_constraints(ret)
+ self.check_errors()
+
+ def check_errors(self):
+ errors = False
+ for c in self.constraints:
+ if not c.required_version:
+ errors = True
+
+ reasons = c.why()
+ if len(reasons) == 1:
+ Logs.error('%s but no matching package could be found in this repository', reasons[0])
+ else:
+ Logs.error('Conflicts on package %r:', c.pkgname)
+ for r in reasons:
+ Logs.error(' %s', r)
+ if errors:
+ self.fatal('The package requirements cannot be satisfied!')
+
+ def load_constraints(self, pkgname, pkgver, requires=REQUIRES):
+ try:
+ return self.cache_constraints[(pkgname, pkgver)]
+ except KeyError:
+ text = Utils.readf(os.path.join(get_distnet_cache(), pkgname, pkgver, requires))
+ ret = parse_constraints(text)
+ self.cache_constraints[(pkgname, pkgver)] = ret
+ return ret
+
+ def apply_constraint(self, domain, constraint):
+ vname = constraint.required_version.replace('*', '.*')
+ rev = re.compile(vname, re.M)
+ ret = [x for x in domain if rev.match(x)]
+ return ret
+
+ def trace(self, *k):
+ if getattr(self, 'debug', None):
+ Logs.error(*k)
+
+ def solve(self, packages_to_versions={}, packages_to_constraints={}, pkgname='', pkgver='', todo=[], done=[]):
+ # breadth first search
+ n_packages_to_versions = dict(packages_to_versions)
+ n_packages_to_constraints = dict(packages_to_constraints)
+
+ self.trace("calling solve with %r %r %r" % (packages_to_versions, todo, done))
+ done = done + [pkgname]
+
+ constraints = self.load_constraints(pkgname, pkgver)
+ self.trace("constraints %r" % constraints)
+
+ for k in constraints:
+ try:
+ domain = n_packages_to_versions[k.pkgname]
+ except KeyError:
+ domain = list_package_versions(get_distnet_cache(), k.pkgname)
+
+
+ self.trace("constraints?")
+ if not k.pkgname in done:
+ todo = todo + [k.pkgname]
+
+ self.trace("domain before %s -> %s, %r" % (pkgname, k.pkgname, domain))
+
+ # apply the constraint
+ domain = self.apply_constraint(domain, k)
+
+ self.trace("domain after %s -> %s, %r" % (pkgname, k.pkgname, domain))
+
+ n_packages_to_versions[k.pkgname] = domain
+
+ # then store the constraint applied
+ constraints = list(packages_to_constraints.get(k.pkgname, []))
+ constraints.append((pkgname, pkgver, k))
+ n_packages_to_constraints[k.pkgname] = constraints
+
+ if not domain:
+ self.trace("no domain while processing constraint %r from %r %r" % (domain, pkgname, pkgver))
+ return (n_packages_to_versions, n_packages_to_constraints)
+
+ # next package on the todo list
+ if not todo:
+ return (n_packages_to_versions, n_packages_to_constraints)
+
+ n_pkgname = todo[0]
+ n_pkgver = n_packages_to_versions[n_pkgname][0]
+ tmp = dict(n_packages_to_versions)
+ tmp[n_pkgname] = [n_pkgver]
+
+ self.trace("fixed point %s" % n_pkgname)
+
+ return self.solve(tmp, n_packages_to_constraints, n_pkgname, n_pkgver, todo[1:], done)
+
+ def get_results(self):
+ return '\n'.join([str(c) for c in self.constraints])
+
+ def solution_to_constraints(self, versions, constraints):
+ solution = []
+ for p in versions:
+ c = constraint()
+ solution.append(c)
+
+ c.pkgname = p
+ if versions[p]:
+ c.required_version = versions[p][0]
+ else:
+ c.required_version = ''
+ for (from_pkgname, from_pkgver, c2) in constraints.get(p, ''):
+ c.add_reason(c2.human_display(from_pkgname, from_pkgver))
+ return solution
+
+ def local_resolve(self, text):
+ self.cache_constraints[(self.myproject, self.myversion)] = parse_constraints(text)
+ p2v = OrderedDict({self.myproject: [self.myversion]})
+ (versions, constraints) = self.solve(p2v, {}, self.myproject, self.myversion, [])
+ return self.solution_to_constraints(versions, constraints)
+
+ def download_to_file(self, pkgname, pkgver, subdir, tmp):
+ data = safe_urlencode([('pkgname', pkgname), ('pkgver', pkgver), ('pkgfile', subdir)])
+ req = urlopen(get_download_url(), data, timeout=TIMEOUT)
+ with open(tmp, 'wb') as f:
+ while True:
+ buf = req.read(8192)
+ if not buf:
+ break
+ f.write(buf)
+
+ def extract_tar(self, subdir, pkgdir, tmpfile):
+ with tarfile.open(tmpfile) as f:
+ temp = tempfile.mkdtemp(dir=pkgdir)
+ try:
+ f.extractall(temp)
+ os.rename(temp, os.path.join(pkgdir, subdir))
+ finally:
+ try:
+ shutil.rmtree(temp)
+ except Exception:
+ pass
+
+ def get_pkg_dir(self, pkgname, pkgver, subdir):
+ pkgdir = os.path.join(get_distnet_cache(), pkgname, pkgver)
+ if not os.path.isdir(pkgdir):
+ os.makedirs(pkgdir)
+
+ target = os.path.join(pkgdir, subdir)
+
+ if os.path.exists(target):
+ return target
+
+ (fd, tmp) = tempfile.mkstemp(dir=pkgdir)
+ try:
+ os.close(fd)
+ self.download_to_file(pkgname, pkgver, subdir, tmp)
+ if subdir == REQUIRES:
+ os.rename(tmp, target)
+ else:
+ self.extract_tar(subdir, pkgdir, tmp)
+ finally:
+ try:
+ os.remove(tmp)
+ except OSError:
+ pass
+
+ return target
+
+ def __iter__(self):
+ if not self.constraints:
+ self.compute_dependencies()
+ for x in self.constraints:
+ if x.pkgname == self.myproject:
+ continue
+ yield x
+
+ def execute(self):
+ self.compute_dependencies()
+
+packages = package_reader()
+
+def load_tools(ctx, extra):
+ global packages
+ for c in packages:
+ packages.get_pkg_dir(c.pkgname, c.required_version, extra)
+ noarchdir = packages.get_pkg_dir(c.pkgname, c.required_version, 'noarch')
+ for x in os.listdir(noarchdir):
+ if x.startswith('waf_') and x.endswith('.py'):
+ ctx.load([x.rstrip('.py')], tooldir=[noarchdir])
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--offline', action='store_true')
+ packages.execute()
+ load_tools(opt, REQUIRES)
+
+def configure(conf):
+ load_tools(conf, conf.variant)
+
+def build(bld):
+ load_tools(bld, bld.variant)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/doxygen.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/doxygen.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..28f56e9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/doxygen.py
@@ -0,0 +1,227 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: UTF-8
+# Thomas Nagy 2008-2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+
+Doxygen support
+
+Variables passed to bld():
+* doxyfile -- the Doxyfile to use
+* doxy_tar -- destination archive for generated documentation (if desired)
+* install_path -- where to install the documentation
+* pars -- dictionary overriding doxygen configuration settings
+
+When using this tool, the wscript will look like:
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('doxygen')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('doxygen')
+ # check conf.env.DOXYGEN, if it is mandatory
+
+ def build(bld):
+ if bld.env.DOXYGEN:
+ bld(features="doxygen", doxyfile='Doxyfile', ...)
+"""
+
+import os, os.path, re
+from waflib import Task, Utils, Node
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature
+
+DOXY_STR = '"${DOXYGEN}" - '
+DOXY_FMTS = 'html latex man rft xml'.split()
+DOXY_FILE_PATTERNS = '*.' + ' *.'.join('''
+c cc cxx cpp c++ java ii ixx ipp i++ inl h hh hxx hpp h++ idl odl cs php php3
+inc m mm py f90c cc cxx cpp c++ java ii ixx ipp i++ inl h hh hxx
+'''.split())
+
+re_rl = re.compile('\\\\\r*\n', re.MULTILINE)
+re_nl = re.compile('\r*\n', re.M)
+def parse_doxy(txt):
+ tbl = {}
+ txt = re_rl.sub('', txt)
+ lines = re_nl.split(txt)
+ for x in lines:
+ x = x.strip()
+ if not x or x.startswith('#') or x.find('=') < 0:
+ continue
+ if x.find('+=') >= 0:
+ tmp = x.split('+=')
+ key = tmp[0].strip()
+ if key in tbl:
+ tbl[key] += ' ' + '+='.join(tmp[1:]).strip()
+ else:
+ tbl[key] = '+='.join(tmp[1:]).strip()
+ else:
+ tmp = x.split('=')
+ tbl[tmp[0].strip()] = '='.join(tmp[1:]).strip()
+ return tbl
+
+class doxygen(Task.Task):
+ vars = ['DOXYGEN', 'DOXYFLAGS']
+ color = 'BLUE'
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ '''
+ self.pars are populated in runnable_status - because this function is being
+ run *before* both self.pars "consumers" - scan() and run()
+
+ set output_dir (node) for the output
+ '''
+
+ for x in self.run_after:
+ if not x.hasrun:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+
+ if not getattr(self, 'pars', None):
+ txt = self.inputs[0].read()
+ self.pars = parse_doxy(txt)
+ if self.pars.get('OUTPUT_DIRECTORY'):
+ # Use the path parsed from the Doxyfile as an absolute path
+ output_node = self.inputs[0].parent.get_bld().make_node(self.pars['OUTPUT_DIRECTORY'])
+ else:
+ # If no OUTPUT_PATH was specified in the Doxyfile, build path from the Doxyfile name + '.doxy'
+ output_node = self.inputs[0].parent.get_bld().make_node(self.inputs[0].name + '.doxy')
+ output_node.mkdir()
+ self.pars['OUTPUT_DIRECTORY'] = output_node.abspath()
+
+ # Override with any parameters passed to the task generator
+ if getattr(self.generator, 'pars', None):
+ for k, v in self.generator.pars.items():
+ self.pars[k] = v
+
+ self.doxy_inputs = getattr(self, 'doxy_inputs', [])
+ if not self.pars.get('INPUT'):
+ self.doxy_inputs.append(self.inputs[0].parent)
+ else:
+ for i in self.pars.get('INPUT').split():
+ if os.path.isabs(i):
+ node = self.generator.bld.root.find_node(i)
+ else:
+ node = self.inputs[0].parent.find_node(i)
+ if not node:
+ self.generator.bld.fatal('Could not find the doxygen input %r' % i)
+ self.doxy_inputs.append(node)
+
+ if not getattr(self, 'output_dir', None):
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ # Output path is always an absolute path as it was transformed above.
+ self.output_dir = bld.root.find_dir(self.pars['OUTPUT_DIRECTORY'])
+
+ self.signature()
+ ret = Task.Task.runnable_status(self)
+ if ret == Task.SKIP_ME:
+ # in case the files were removed
+ self.add_install()
+ return ret
+
+ def scan(self):
+ exclude_patterns = self.pars.get('EXCLUDE_PATTERNS','').split()
+ exclude_patterns = [pattern.replace('*/', '**/') for pattern in exclude_patterns]
+ file_patterns = self.pars.get('FILE_PATTERNS','').split()
+ if not file_patterns:
+ file_patterns = DOXY_FILE_PATTERNS.split()
+ if self.pars.get('RECURSIVE') == 'YES':
+ file_patterns = ["**/%s" % pattern for pattern in file_patterns]
+ nodes = []
+ names = []
+ for node in self.doxy_inputs:
+ if os.path.isdir(node.abspath()):
+ for m in node.ant_glob(incl=file_patterns, excl=exclude_patterns):
+ nodes.append(m)
+ else:
+ nodes.append(node)
+ return (nodes, names)
+
+ def run(self):
+ dct = self.pars.copy()
+ code = '\n'.join(['%s = %s' % (x, dct[x]) for x in self.pars])
+ code = code.encode() # for python 3
+ #fmt = DOXY_STR % (self.inputs[0].parent.abspath())
+ cmd = Utils.subst_vars(DOXY_STR, self.env)
+ env = self.env.env or None
+ proc = Utils.subprocess.Popen(cmd, shell=True, stdin=Utils.subprocess.PIPE, env=env, cwd=self.inputs[0].parent.abspath())
+ proc.communicate(code)
+ return proc.returncode
+
+ def post_run(self):
+ nodes = self.output_dir.ant_glob('**/*', quiet=True)
+ for x in nodes:
+ self.generator.bld.node_sigs[x] = self.uid()
+ self.add_install()
+ return Task.Task.post_run(self)
+
+ def add_install(self):
+ nodes = self.output_dir.ant_glob('**/*', quiet=True)
+ self.outputs += nodes
+ if getattr(self.generator, 'install_path', None):
+ if not getattr(self.generator, 'doxy_tar', None):
+ self.generator.add_install_files(install_to=self.generator.install_path,
+ install_from=self.outputs,
+ postpone=False,
+ cwd=self.output_dir,
+ relative_trick=True)
+
+class tar(Task.Task):
+ "quick tar creation"
+ run_str = '${TAR} ${TAROPTS} ${TGT} ${SRC}'
+ color = 'RED'
+ after = ['doxygen']
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ for x in getattr(self, 'input_tasks', []):
+ if not x.hasrun:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+
+ if not getattr(self, 'tar_done_adding', None):
+ # execute this only once
+ self.tar_done_adding = True
+ for x in getattr(self, 'input_tasks', []):
+ self.set_inputs(x.outputs)
+ if not self.inputs:
+ return Task.SKIP_ME
+ return Task.Task.runnable_status(self)
+
+ def __str__(self):
+ tgt_str = ' '.join([a.path_from(a.ctx.launch_node()) for a in self.outputs])
+ return '%s: %s\n' % (self.__class__.__name__, tgt_str)
+
+@feature('doxygen')
+def process_doxy(self):
+ if not getattr(self, 'doxyfile', None):
+ self.bld.fatal('no doxyfile variable specified??')
+
+ node = self.doxyfile
+ if not isinstance(node, Node.Node):
+ node = self.path.find_resource(node)
+ if not node:
+ self.bld.fatal('doxygen file %s not found' % self.doxyfile)
+
+ # the task instance
+ dsk = self.create_task('doxygen', node)
+
+ if getattr(self, 'doxy_tar', None):
+ tsk = self.create_task('tar')
+ tsk.input_tasks = [dsk]
+ tsk.set_outputs(self.path.find_or_declare(self.doxy_tar))
+ if self.doxy_tar.endswith('bz2'):
+ tsk.env['TAROPTS'] = ['cjf']
+ elif self.doxy_tar.endswith('gz'):
+ tsk.env['TAROPTS'] = ['czf']
+ else:
+ tsk.env['TAROPTS'] = ['cf']
+ if getattr(self, 'install_path', None):
+ self.add_install_files(install_to=self.install_path, install_from=tsk.outputs)
+
+def configure(conf):
+ '''
+ Check if doxygen and tar commands are present in the system
+
+ If the commands are present, then conf.env.DOXYGEN and conf.env.TAR
+ variables will be set. Detection can be controlled by setting DOXYGEN and
+ TAR environmental variables.
+ '''
+
+ conf.find_program('doxygen', var='DOXYGEN', mandatory=False)
+ conf.find_program('tar', var='TAR', mandatory=False)
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/dpapi.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/dpapi.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b94d482
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/dpapi.py
@@ -0,0 +1,87 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Matt Clarkson, 2012
+
+'''
+DPAPI access library (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms995355.aspx)
+This file uses code originally created by Crusher Joe:
+http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.python.ctypes/420
+And modified by Wayne Koorts:
+http://stackoverflow.com/questions/463832/using-dpapi-with-python
+'''
+
+from ctypes import windll, byref, cdll, Structure, POINTER, c_char, c_buffer
+from ctypes.wintypes import DWORD
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+LocalFree = windll.kernel32.LocalFree
+memcpy = cdll.msvcrt.memcpy
+CryptProtectData = windll.crypt32.CryptProtectData
+CryptUnprotectData = windll.crypt32.CryptUnprotectData
+CRYPTPROTECT_UI_FORBIDDEN = 0x01
+try:
+ extra_entropy = 'cl;ad13 \0al;323kjd #(adl;k$#ajsd'.encode('ascii')
+except AttributeError:
+ extra_entropy = 'cl;ad13 \0al;323kjd #(adl;k$#ajsd'
+
+class DATA_BLOB(Structure):
+ _fields_ = [
+ ('cbData', DWORD),
+ ('pbData', POINTER(c_char))
+ ]
+
+def get_data(blob_out):
+ cbData = int(blob_out.cbData)
+ pbData = blob_out.pbData
+ buffer = c_buffer(cbData)
+ memcpy(buffer, pbData, cbData)
+ LocalFree(pbData)
+ return buffer.raw
+
+@conf
+def dpapi_encrypt_data(self, input_bytes, entropy = extra_entropy):
+ '''
+ Encrypts data and returns byte string
+
+ :param input_bytes: The data to be encrypted
+ :type input_bytes: String or Bytes
+ :param entropy: Extra entropy to add to the encryption process (optional)
+ :type entropy: String or Bytes
+ '''
+ if not isinstance(input_bytes, bytes) or not isinstance(entropy, bytes):
+ self.fatal('The inputs to dpapi must be bytes')
+ buffer_in = c_buffer(input_bytes, len(input_bytes))
+ buffer_entropy = c_buffer(entropy, len(entropy))
+ blob_in = DATA_BLOB(len(input_bytes), buffer_in)
+ blob_entropy = DATA_BLOB(len(entropy), buffer_entropy)
+ blob_out = DATA_BLOB()
+
+ if CryptProtectData(byref(blob_in), 'python_data', byref(blob_entropy),
+ None, None, CRYPTPROTECT_UI_FORBIDDEN, byref(blob_out)):
+ return get_data(blob_out)
+ else:
+ self.fatal('Failed to decrypt data')
+
+@conf
+def dpapi_decrypt_data(self, encrypted_bytes, entropy = extra_entropy):
+ '''
+ Decrypts data and returns byte string
+
+ :param encrypted_bytes: The encrypted data
+ :type encrypted_bytes: Bytes
+ :param entropy: Extra entropy to add to the encryption process (optional)
+ :type entropy: String or Bytes
+ '''
+ if not isinstance(encrypted_bytes, bytes) or not isinstance(entropy, bytes):
+ self.fatal('The inputs to dpapi must be bytes')
+ buffer_in = c_buffer(encrypted_bytes, len(encrypted_bytes))
+ buffer_entropy = c_buffer(entropy, len(entropy))
+ blob_in = DATA_BLOB(len(encrypted_bytes), buffer_in)
+ blob_entropy = DATA_BLOB(len(entropy), buffer_entropy)
+ blob_out = DATA_BLOB()
+ if CryptUnprotectData(byref(blob_in), None, byref(blob_entropy), None,
+ None, CRYPTPROTECT_UI_FORBIDDEN, byref(blob_out)):
+ return get_data(blob_out)
+ else:
+ self.fatal('Failed to decrypt data')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/eclipse.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/eclipse.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bb78741
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/eclipse.py
@@ -0,0 +1,431 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Eclipse CDT 5.0 generator for Waf
+# Richard Quirk 2009-1011 (New BSD License)
+# Thomas Nagy 2011 (ported to Waf 1.6)
+
+"""
+Usage:
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.load('eclipse')
+
+$ waf configure eclipse
+"""
+
+import sys, os
+from waflib import Utils, Logs, Context, Build, TaskGen, Scripting, Errors, Node
+from xml.dom.minidom import Document
+
+STANDARD_INCLUDES = [ '/usr/local/include', '/usr/include' ]
+
+oe_cdt = 'org.eclipse.cdt'
+cdt_mk = oe_cdt + '.make.core'
+cdt_core = oe_cdt + '.core'
+cdt_bld = oe_cdt + '.build.core'
+extbuilder_dir = '.externalToolBuilders'
+extbuilder_name = 'Waf_Builder.launch'
+
+class eclipse(Build.BuildContext):
+ cmd = 'eclipse'
+ fun = Scripting.default_cmd
+
+ def execute(self):
+ """
+ Entry point
+ """
+ self.restore()
+ if not self.all_envs:
+ self.load_envs()
+ self.recurse([self.run_dir])
+
+ appname = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.APPNAME, os.path.basename(self.srcnode.abspath()))
+ self.create_cproject(appname, pythonpath=self.env['ECLIPSE_PYTHON_PATH'])
+
+ # Helper to dump the XML document content to XML with UTF-8 encoding
+ def write_conf_to_xml(self, filename, document):
+ self.srcnode.make_node(filename).write(document.toprettyxml(encoding='UTF-8'), flags='wb')
+
+ def create_cproject(self, appname, workspace_includes=[], pythonpath=[]):
+ """
+ Create the Eclipse CDT .project and .cproject files
+ @param appname The name that will appear in the Project Explorer
+ @param build The BuildContext object to extract includes from
+ @param workspace_includes Optional project includes to prevent
+ "Unresolved Inclusion" errors in the Eclipse editor
+ @param pythonpath Optional project specific python paths
+ """
+ hasc = hasjava = haspython = False
+ source_dirs = []
+ cpppath = self.env['CPPPATH']
+ javasrcpath = []
+ javalibpath = []
+ includes = STANDARD_INCLUDES
+ if sys.platform != 'win32':
+ cc = self.env.CC or self.env.CXX
+ if cc:
+ cmd = cc + ['-xc++', '-E', '-Wp,-v', '-']
+ try:
+ gccout = self.cmd_and_log(cmd, output=Context.STDERR, quiet=Context.BOTH, input='\n'.encode()).splitlines()
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ includes = []
+ for ipath in gccout:
+ if ipath.startswith(' /'):
+ includes.append(ipath[1:])
+ cpppath += includes
+ Logs.warn('Generating Eclipse CDT project files')
+
+ for g in self.groups:
+ for tg in g:
+ if not isinstance(tg, TaskGen.task_gen):
+ continue
+
+ tg.post()
+
+ # Add local Python modules paths to configuration so object resolving will work in IDE
+ # This may also contain generated files (ie. pyqt5 or protoc) that get picked from build
+ if 'py' in tg.features:
+ pypath = tg.path.relpath()
+ py_installfrom = getattr(tg, 'install_from', None)
+ if isinstance(py_installfrom, Node.Node):
+ pypath = py_installfrom.path_from(self.root.make_node(self.top_dir))
+ if pypath not in pythonpath:
+ pythonpath.append(pypath)
+ haspython = True
+
+ # Add Java source directories so object resolving works in IDE
+ # This may also contain generated files (ie. protoc) that get picked from build
+ if 'javac' in tg.features:
+ java_src = tg.path.relpath()
+ java_srcdir = getattr(tg.javac_task, 'srcdir', None)
+ if java_srcdir:
+ if isinstance(java_srcdir, Node.Node):
+ java_srcdir = [java_srcdir]
+ for x in Utils.to_list(java_srcdir):
+ x = x.path_from(self.root.make_node(self.top_dir))
+ if x not in javasrcpath:
+ javasrcpath.append(x)
+ else:
+ if java_src not in javasrcpath:
+ javasrcpath.append(java_src)
+ hasjava = True
+
+ # Check if there are external dependencies and add them as external jar so they will be resolved by Eclipse
+ usedlibs=getattr(tg, 'use', [])
+ for x in Utils.to_list(usedlibs):
+ for cl in Utils.to_list(tg.env['CLASSPATH_'+x]):
+ if cl not in javalibpath:
+ javalibpath.append(cl)
+
+ if not getattr(tg, 'link_task', None):
+ continue
+
+ features = Utils.to_list(getattr(tg, 'features', ''))
+
+ is_cc = 'c' in features or 'cxx' in features
+
+ incnodes = tg.to_incnodes(tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'includes', [])) + tg.env['INCLUDES'])
+ for p in incnodes:
+ path = p.path_from(self.srcnode)
+
+ if (path.startswith("/")):
+ cpppath.append(path)
+ else:
+ workspace_includes.append(path)
+
+ if is_cc and path not in source_dirs:
+ source_dirs.append(path)
+
+ hasc = True
+
+ waf_executable = os.path.abspath(sys.argv[0])
+ project = self.impl_create_project(sys.executable, appname, hasc, hasjava, haspython, waf_executable)
+ self.write_conf_to_xml('.project', project)
+
+ if hasc:
+ project = self.impl_create_cproject(sys.executable, waf_executable, appname, workspace_includes, cpppath, source_dirs)
+ self.write_conf_to_xml('.cproject', project)
+
+ if haspython:
+ project = self.impl_create_pydevproject(sys.path, pythonpath)
+ self.write_conf_to_xml('.pydevproject', project)
+
+ if hasjava:
+ project = self.impl_create_javaproject(javasrcpath, javalibpath)
+ self.write_conf_to_xml('.classpath', project)
+
+ def impl_create_project(self, executable, appname, hasc, hasjava, haspython, waf_executable):
+ doc = Document()
+ projectDescription = doc.createElement('projectDescription')
+ self.add(doc, projectDescription, 'name', appname)
+ self.add(doc, projectDescription, 'comment')
+ self.add(doc, projectDescription, 'projects')
+ buildSpec = self.add(doc, projectDescription, 'buildSpec')
+ buildCommand = self.add(doc, buildSpec, 'buildCommand')
+ self.add(doc, buildCommand, 'triggers', 'clean,full,incremental,')
+ arguments = self.add(doc, buildCommand, 'arguments')
+ dictionaries = {}
+
+ # If CDT is present, instruct this one to call waf as it is more flexible (separate build/clean ...)
+ if hasc:
+ self.add(doc, buildCommand, 'name', oe_cdt + '.managedbuilder.core.genmakebuilder')
+ # the default make-style targets are overwritten by the .cproject values
+ dictionaries = {
+ cdt_mk + '.contents': cdt_mk + '.activeConfigSettings',
+ cdt_mk + '.enableAutoBuild': 'false',
+ cdt_mk + '.enableCleanBuild': 'true',
+ cdt_mk + '.enableFullBuild': 'true',
+ }
+ else:
+ # Otherwise for Java/Python an external builder tool is created that will call waf build
+ self.add(doc, buildCommand, 'name', 'org.eclipse.ui.externaltools.ExternalToolBuilder')
+ dictionaries = {
+ 'LaunchConfigHandle': '<project>/%s/%s'%(extbuilder_dir, extbuilder_name),
+ }
+ # The definition is in a separate directory XML file
+ try:
+ os.mkdir(extbuilder_dir)
+ except OSError:
+ pass # Ignore error if already exists
+
+ # Populate here the external builder XML calling waf
+ builder = Document()
+ launchConfiguration = doc.createElement('launchConfiguration')
+ launchConfiguration.setAttribute('type', 'org.eclipse.ui.externaltools.ProgramBuilderLaunchConfigurationType')
+ self.add(doc, launchConfiguration, 'booleanAttribute', {'key': 'org.eclipse.debug.ui.ATTR_LAUNCH_IN_BACKGROUND', 'value': 'false'})
+ self.add(doc, launchConfiguration, 'booleanAttribute', {'key': 'org.eclipse.ui.externaltools.ATTR_TRIGGERS_CONFIGURED', 'value': 'true'})
+ self.add(doc, launchConfiguration, 'stringAttribute', {'key': 'org.eclipse.ui.externaltools.ATTR_LOCATION', 'value': waf_executable})
+ self.add(doc, launchConfiguration, 'stringAttribute', {'key': 'org.eclipse.ui.externaltools.ATTR_RUN_BUILD_KINDS', 'value': 'full,incremental,'})
+ self.add(doc, launchConfiguration, 'stringAttribute', {'key': 'org.eclipse.ui.externaltools.ATTR_TOOL_ARGUMENTS', 'value': 'build'})
+ self.add(doc, launchConfiguration, 'stringAttribute', {'key': 'org.eclipse.ui.externaltools.ATTR_WORKING_DIRECTORY', 'value': '${project_loc}'})
+ builder.appendChild(launchConfiguration)
+ # And write the XML to the file references before
+ self.write_conf_to_xml('%s%s%s'%(extbuilder_dir, os.path.sep, extbuilder_name), builder)
+
+
+ for k, v in dictionaries.items():
+ self.addDictionary(doc, arguments, k, v)
+
+ natures = self.add(doc, projectDescription, 'natures')
+
+ if hasc:
+ nature_list = """
+ core.ccnature
+ managedbuilder.core.ScannerConfigNature
+ managedbuilder.core.managedBuildNature
+ core.cnature
+ """.split()
+ for n in nature_list:
+ self.add(doc, natures, 'nature', oe_cdt + '.' + n)
+
+ if haspython:
+ self.add(doc, natures, 'nature', 'org.python.pydev.pythonNature')
+ if hasjava:
+ self.add(doc, natures, 'nature', 'org.eclipse.jdt.core.javanature')
+
+ doc.appendChild(projectDescription)
+ return doc
+
+ def impl_create_cproject(self, executable, waf_executable, appname, workspace_includes, cpppath, source_dirs=[]):
+ doc = Document()
+ doc.appendChild(doc.createProcessingInstruction('fileVersion', '4.0.0'))
+ cconf_id = cdt_core + '.default.config.1'
+ cproject = doc.createElement('cproject')
+ storageModule = self.add(doc, cproject, 'storageModule',
+ {'moduleId': cdt_core + '.settings'})
+ cconf = self.add(doc, storageModule, 'cconfiguration', {'id':cconf_id})
+
+ storageModule = self.add(doc, cconf, 'storageModule',
+ {'buildSystemId': oe_cdt + '.managedbuilder.core.configurationDataProvider',
+ 'id': cconf_id,
+ 'moduleId': cdt_core + '.settings',
+ 'name': 'Default'})
+
+ self.add(doc, storageModule, 'externalSettings')
+
+ extensions = self.add(doc, storageModule, 'extensions')
+ extension_list = """
+ VCErrorParser
+ MakeErrorParser
+ GCCErrorParser
+ GASErrorParser
+ GLDErrorParser
+ """.split()
+ self.add(doc, extensions, 'extension', {'id': cdt_core + '.ELF', 'point':cdt_core + '.BinaryParser'})
+ for e in extension_list:
+ self.add(doc, extensions, 'extension', {'id': cdt_core + '.' + e, 'point':cdt_core + '.ErrorParser'})
+
+ storageModule = self.add(doc, cconf, 'storageModule',
+ {'moduleId': 'cdtBuildSystem', 'version': '4.0.0'})
+ config = self.add(doc, storageModule, 'configuration',
+ {'artifactName': appname,
+ 'id': cconf_id,
+ 'name': 'Default',
+ 'parent': cdt_bld + '.prefbase.cfg'})
+ folderInfo = self.add(doc, config, 'folderInfo',
+ {'id': cconf_id+'.', 'name': '/', 'resourcePath': ''})
+
+ toolChain = self.add(doc, folderInfo, 'toolChain',
+ {'id': cdt_bld + '.prefbase.toolchain.1',
+ 'name': 'No ToolChain',
+ 'resourceTypeBasedDiscovery': 'false',
+ 'superClass': cdt_bld + '.prefbase.toolchain'})
+
+ self.add(doc, toolChain, 'targetPlatform', {'binaryParser': 'org.eclipse.cdt.core.ELF', 'id': cdt_bld + '.prefbase.toolchain.1', 'name': ''})
+
+ waf_build = '"%s" %s'%(waf_executable, eclipse.fun)
+ waf_clean = '"%s" clean'%(waf_executable)
+ self.add(doc, toolChain, 'builder',
+ {'autoBuildTarget': waf_build,
+ 'command': executable,
+ 'enableAutoBuild': 'false',
+ 'cleanBuildTarget': waf_clean,
+ 'enableIncrementalBuild': 'true',
+ 'id': cdt_bld + '.settings.default.builder.1',
+ 'incrementalBuildTarget': waf_build,
+ 'managedBuildOn': 'false',
+ 'name': 'Gnu Make Builder',
+ 'superClass': cdt_bld + '.settings.default.builder'})
+
+ tool_index = 1;
+ for tool_name in ("Assembly", "GNU C++", "GNU C"):
+ tool = self.add(doc, toolChain, 'tool',
+ {'id': cdt_bld + '.settings.holder.' + str(tool_index),
+ 'name': tool_name,
+ 'superClass': cdt_bld + '.settings.holder'})
+ if cpppath or workspace_includes:
+ incpaths = cdt_bld + '.settings.holder.incpaths'
+ option = self.add(doc, tool, 'option',
+ {'id': incpaths + '.' + str(tool_index),
+ 'name': 'Include Paths',
+ 'superClass': incpaths,
+ 'valueType': 'includePath'})
+ for i in workspace_includes:
+ self.add(doc, option, 'listOptionValue',
+ {'builtIn': 'false',
+ 'value': '"${workspace_loc:/%s/%s}"'%(appname, i)})
+ for i in cpppath:
+ self.add(doc, option, 'listOptionValue',
+ {'builtIn': 'false',
+ 'value': '"%s"'%(i)})
+ if tool_name == "GNU C++" or tool_name == "GNU C":
+ self.add(doc,tool,'inputType',{ 'id':'org.eclipse.cdt.build.core.settings.holder.inType.' + str(tool_index), \
+ 'languageId':'org.eclipse.cdt.core.gcc' if tool_name == "GNU C" else 'org.eclipse.cdt.core.g++','languageName':tool_name, \
+ 'sourceContentType':'org.eclipse.cdt.core.cSource,org.eclipse.cdt.core.cHeader', \
+ 'superClass':'org.eclipse.cdt.build.core.settings.holder.inType' })
+ tool_index += 1
+
+ if source_dirs:
+ sourceEntries = self.add(doc, config, 'sourceEntries')
+ for i in source_dirs:
+ self.add(doc, sourceEntries, 'entry',
+ {'excluding': i,
+ 'flags': 'VALUE_WORKSPACE_PATH|RESOLVED',
+ 'kind': 'sourcePath',
+ 'name': ''})
+ self.add(doc, sourceEntries, 'entry',
+ {
+ 'flags': 'VALUE_WORKSPACE_PATH|RESOLVED',
+ 'kind': 'sourcePath',
+ 'name': i})
+
+ storageModule = self.add(doc, cconf, 'storageModule',
+ {'moduleId': cdt_mk + '.buildtargets'})
+ buildTargets = self.add(doc, storageModule, 'buildTargets')
+ def addTargetWrap(name, runAll):
+ return self.addTarget(doc, buildTargets, executable, name,
+ '"%s" %s'%(waf_executable, name), runAll)
+ addTargetWrap('configure', True)
+ addTargetWrap('dist', False)
+ addTargetWrap('install', False)
+ addTargetWrap('check', False)
+
+ storageModule = self.add(doc, cproject, 'storageModule',
+ {'moduleId': 'cdtBuildSystem',
+ 'version': '4.0.0'})
+
+ self.add(doc, storageModule, 'project', {'id': '%s.null.1'%appname, 'name': appname})
+
+ doc.appendChild(cproject)
+ return doc
+
+ def impl_create_pydevproject(self, system_path, user_path):
+ # create a pydevproject file
+ doc = Document()
+ doc.appendChild(doc.createProcessingInstruction('eclipse-pydev', 'version="1.0"'))
+ pydevproject = doc.createElement('pydev_project')
+ prop = self.add(doc, pydevproject,
+ 'pydev_property',
+ 'python %d.%d'%(sys.version_info[0], sys.version_info[1]))
+ prop.setAttribute('name', 'org.python.pydev.PYTHON_PROJECT_VERSION')
+ prop = self.add(doc, pydevproject, 'pydev_property', 'Default')
+ prop.setAttribute('name', 'org.python.pydev.PYTHON_PROJECT_INTERPRETER')
+ # add waf's paths
+ wafadmin = [p for p in system_path if p.find('wafadmin') != -1]
+ if wafadmin:
+ prop = self.add(doc, pydevproject, 'pydev_pathproperty',
+ {'name':'org.python.pydev.PROJECT_EXTERNAL_SOURCE_PATH'})
+ for i in wafadmin:
+ self.add(doc, prop, 'path', i)
+ if user_path:
+ prop = self.add(doc, pydevproject, 'pydev_pathproperty',
+ {'name':'org.python.pydev.PROJECT_SOURCE_PATH'})
+ for i in user_path:
+ self.add(doc, prop, 'path', '/${PROJECT_DIR_NAME}/'+i)
+
+ doc.appendChild(pydevproject)
+ return doc
+
+ def impl_create_javaproject(self, javasrcpath, javalibpath):
+ # create a .classpath file for java usage
+ doc = Document()
+ javaproject = doc.createElement('classpath')
+ if javasrcpath:
+ for i in javasrcpath:
+ self.add(doc, javaproject, 'classpathentry',
+ {'kind': 'src', 'path': i})
+
+ if javalibpath:
+ for i in javalibpath:
+ self.add(doc, javaproject, 'classpathentry',
+ {'kind': 'lib', 'path': i})
+
+ self.add(doc, javaproject, 'classpathentry', {'kind': 'con', 'path': 'org.eclipse.jdt.launching.JRE_CONTAINER'})
+ self.add(doc, javaproject, 'classpathentry', {'kind': 'output', 'path': self.bldnode.name })
+ doc.appendChild(javaproject)
+ return doc
+
+ def addDictionary(self, doc, parent, k, v):
+ dictionary = self.add(doc, parent, 'dictionary')
+ self.add(doc, dictionary, 'key', k)
+ self.add(doc, dictionary, 'value', v)
+ return dictionary
+
+ def addTarget(self, doc, buildTargets, executable, name, buildTarget, runAllBuilders=True):
+ target = self.add(doc, buildTargets, 'target',
+ {'name': name,
+ 'path': '',
+ 'targetID': oe_cdt + '.build.MakeTargetBuilder'})
+ self.add(doc, target, 'buildCommand', executable)
+ self.add(doc, target, 'buildArguments', None)
+ self.add(doc, target, 'buildTarget', buildTarget)
+ self.add(doc, target, 'stopOnError', 'true')
+ self.add(doc, target, 'useDefaultCommand', 'false')
+ self.add(doc, target, 'runAllBuilders', str(runAllBuilders).lower())
+
+ def add(self, doc, parent, tag, value = None):
+ el = doc.createElement(tag)
+ if (value):
+ if type(value) == type(str()):
+ el.appendChild(doc.createTextNode(value))
+ elif type(value) == type(dict()):
+ self.setAttributes(el, value)
+ parent.appendChild(el)
+ return el
+
+ def setAttributes(self, node, attrs):
+ for k, v in attrs.items():
+ node.setAttribute(k, v)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/erlang.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/erlang.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0b93d9a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/erlang.py
@@ -0,0 +1,110 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2010 (ita)
+# Przemyslaw Rzepecki, 2016
+
+"""
+Erlang support
+"""
+
+import re
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method, before_method
+# to load the method "to_incnodes" below
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot
+
+# Those flags are required by the Erlang VM to execute/evaluate code in
+# non-interactive mode. It is used in this tool to create Erlang modules
+# documentation and run unit tests. The user can pass additional arguments to the
+# 'erl' command with ERL_FLAGS environment variable.
+EXEC_NON_INTERACTIVE = ['-noshell', '-noinput', '-eval']
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_program('erlc', var='ERLC')
+ conf.find_program('erl', var='ERL')
+ conf.add_os_flags('ERLC_FLAGS')
+ conf.add_os_flags('ERL_FLAGS')
+ conf.env.ERLC_DEF_PATTERN = '-D%s'
+ conf.env.ERLC_INC_PATTERN = '-I%s'
+
+@TaskGen.extension('.erl')
+def process_erl_node(self, node):
+ tsk = self.create_task('erl', node, node.change_ext('.beam'))
+ tsk.erlc_incnodes = [tsk.outputs[0].parent] + self.to_incnodes(self.includes)
+ tsk.env.append_value('ERLC_INCPATHS', [x.abspath() for x in tsk.erlc_incnodes])
+ tsk.env.append_value('ERLC_DEFINES', self.to_list(getattr(self, 'defines', [])))
+ tsk.env.append_value('ERLC_FLAGS', self.to_list(getattr(self, 'flags', [])))
+ tsk.cwd = tsk.outputs[0].parent
+
+class erl(Task.Task):
+ color = 'GREEN'
+ run_str = '${ERLC} ${ERL_FLAGS} ${ERLC_INC_PATTERN:ERLC_INCPATHS} ${ERLC_DEF_PATTERN:ERLC_DEFINES} ${SRC}'
+
+ def scan(task):
+ node = task.inputs[0]
+
+ deps = []
+ scanned = set([])
+ nodes_to_scan = [node]
+
+ for n in nodes_to_scan:
+ if n.abspath() in scanned:
+ continue
+
+ for i in re.findall(r'-include\("(.*)"\)\.', n.read()):
+ for d in task.erlc_incnodes:
+ r = d.find_node(i)
+ if r:
+ deps.append(r)
+ nodes_to_scan.append(r)
+ break
+ scanned.add(n.abspath())
+
+ return (deps, [])
+
+@TaskGen.extension('.beam')
+def process(self, node):
+ pass
+
+
+class erl_test(Task.Task):
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${ERL} ${ERL_FLAGS} ${ERL_TEST_FLAGS}'
+
+@feature('eunit')
+@after_method('process_source')
+def add_erl_test_run(self):
+ test_modules = [t.outputs[0] for t in self.tasks]
+ test_task = self.create_task('erl_test')
+ test_task.set_inputs(self.source + test_modules)
+ test_task.cwd = test_modules[0].parent
+
+ test_task.env.append_value('ERL_FLAGS', self.to_list(getattr(self, 'flags', [])))
+
+ test_list = ", ".join([m.change_ext("").path_from(test_task.cwd)+":test()" for m in test_modules])
+ test_flag = 'halt(case lists:all(fun(Elem) -> Elem == ok end, [%s]) of true -> 0; false -> 1 end).' % test_list
+ test_task.env.append_value('ERL_TEST_FLAGS', EXEC_NON_INTERACTIVE)
+ test_task.env.append_value('ERL_TEST_FLAGS', test_flag)
+
+
+class edoc(Task.Task):
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = "${ERL} ${ERL_FLAGS} ${ERL_DOC_FLAGS}"
+ def keyword(self):
+ return 'Generating edoc'
+
+@feature('edoc')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def add_edoc_task(self):
+ # do not process source, it would create double erl->beam task
+ self.meths.remove('process_source')
+ e = self.path.find_resource(self.source)
+ t = e.change_ext('.html')
+ png = t.parent.make_node('erlang.png')
+ css = t.parent.make_node('stylesheet.css')
+ tsk = self.create_task('edoc', e, [t, png, css])
+ tsk.cwd = tsk.outputs[0].parent
+ tsk.env.append_value('ERL_DOC_FLAGS', EXEC_NON_INTERACTIVE)
+ tsk.env.append_value('ERL_DOC_FLAGS', 'edoc:files(["%s"]), halt(0).' % tsk.inputs[0].abspath())
+ # TODO the above can break if a file path contains '"'
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fast_partial.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fast_partial.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d5b6144
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fast_partial.py
@@ -0,0 +1,518 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2017-2018 (ita)
+
+"""
+A system for fast partial rebuilds
+
+Creating a large amount of task objects up front can take some time.
+By making a few assumptions, it is possible to avoid posting creating
+task objects for targets that are already up-to-date.
+
+On a silly benchmark the gain observed for 1M tasks can be 5m->10s
+for a single file change.
+
+Usage::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('fast_partial')
+
+Assumptions:
+* Mostly for C/C++/Fortran targets with link tasks (object-only targets are not handled)
+* For full project builds: no --targets and no pruning from subfolders
+* The installation phase is ignored
+* `use=` dependencies are specified up front even across build groups
+* Task generator source files are not obtained from globs
+
+Implementation details:
+* The first layer obtains file timestamps to recalculate file hashes only
+ when necessary (similar to md5_tstamp); the timestamps are then stored
+ in a dedicated pickle file
+* A second layer associates each task generator to a file set to help
+ detecting changes. Task generators are to create their tasks only when
+ the related files have been modified. A specific db file is created
+ to store such data (5m -> 1m10)
+* A third layer binds build context proxies onto task generators, replacing
+ the default context. While loading data for the full build uses more memory
+ (4GB -> 9GB), partial builds are then much faster (1m10 -> 13s)
+* A fourth layer enables a 2-level cache on file signatures to
+ reduce the size of the main pickle file (13s -> 10s)
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Build, Context, Errors, Logs, Task, TaskGen, Utils
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method, taskgen_method
+import waflib.Node
+
+DONE = 0
+DIRTY = 1
+NEEDED = 2
+
+SKIPPABLE = ['cshlib', 'cxxshlib', 'cstlib', 'cxxstlib', 'cprogram', 'cxxprogram']
+
+TSTAMP_DB = '.wafpickle_tstamp_db_file'
+
+SAVED_ATTRS = 'root node_sigs task_sigs imp_sigs raw_deps node_deps'.split()
+
+class bld_proxy(object):
+ def __init__(self, bld):
+ object.__setattr__(self, 'bld', bld)
+
+ object.__setattr__(self, 'node_class', type('Nod3', (waflib.Node.Node,), {}))
+ self.node_class.__module__ = 'waflib.Node'
+ self.node_class.ctx = self
+
+ object.__setattr__(self, 'root', self.node_class('', None))
+ for x in SAVED_ATTRS:
+ if x != 'root':
+ object.__setattr__(self, x, {})
+
+ self.fix_nodes()
+
+ def __setattr__(self, name, value):
+ bld = object.__getattribute__(self, 'bld')
+ setattr(bld, name, value)
+
+ def __delattr__(self, name):
+ bld = object.__getattribute__(self, 'bld')
+ delattr(bld, name)
+
+ def __getattribute__(self, name):
+ try:
+ return object.__getattribute__(self, name)
+ except AttributeError:
+ bld = object.__getattribute__(self, 'bld')
+ return getattr(bld, name)
+
+ def __call__(self, *k, **kw):
+ return self.bld(*k, **kw)
+
+ def fix_nodes(self):
+ for x in ('srcnode', 'path', 'bldnode'):
+ node = self.root.find_dir(getattr(self.bld, x).abspath())
+ object.__setattr__(self, x, node)
+
+ def set_key(self, store_key):
+ object.__setattr__(self, 'store_key', store_key)
+
+ def fix_tg_path(self, *tgs):
+ # changing Node objects on task generators is possible
+ # yet, all Node objects must belong to the same parent
+ for tg in tgs:
+ tg.path = self.root.make_node(tg.path.abspath())
+
+ def restore(self):
+ dbfn = os.path.join(self.variant_dir, Context.DBFILE + self.store_key)
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: reading %s', dbfn)
+ try:
+ data = Utils.readf(dbfn, 'rb')
+ except (EnvironmentError, EOFError):
+ # handle missing file/empty file
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: Could not load the build cache %s (missing)', dbfn)
+ else:
+ try:
+ waflib.Node.pickle_lock.acquire()
+ waflib.Node.Nod3 = self.node_class
+ try:
+ data = Build.cPickle.loads(data)
+ except Exception as e:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: Could not pickle the build cache %s: %r', dbfn, e)
+ else:
+ for x in SAVED_ATTRS:
+ object.__setattr__(self, x, data.get(x, {}))
+ finally:
+ waflib.Node.pickle_lock.release()
+ self.fix_nodes()
+
+ def store(self):
+ data = {}
+ for x in Build.SAVED_ATTRS:
+ data[x] = getattr(self, x)
+ db = os.path.join(self.variant_dir, Context.DBFILE + self.store_key)
+
+ try:
+ waflib.Node.pickle_lock.acquire()
+ waflib.Node.Nod3 = self.node_class
+ x = Build.cPickle.dumps(data, Build.PROTOCOL)
+ finally:
+ waflib.Node.pickle_lock.release()
+
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: storing %s', db)
+ Utils.writef(db + '.tmp', x, m='wb')
+ try:
+ st = os.stat(db)
+ os.remove(db)
+ if not Utils.is_win32:
+ os.chown(db + '.tmp', st.st_uid, st.st_gid)
+ except (AttributeError, OSError):
+ pass
+ os.rename(db + '.tmp', db)
+
+class bld(Build.BuildContext):
+ def __init__(self, **kw):
+ super(bld, self).__init__(**kw)
+ self.hashes_md5_tstamp = {}
+
+ def __call__(self, *k, **kw):
+ # this is one way of doing it, one could use a task generator method too
+ bld = kw['bld'] = bld_proxy(self)
+ ret = TaskGen.task_gen(*k, **kw)
+ self.task_gen_cache_names = {}
+ self.add_to_group(ret, group=kw.get('group'))
+ ret.bld = bld
+ bld.set_key(ret.path.abspath().replace(os.sep, '') + str(ret.idx))
+ return ret
+
+ def is_dirty(self):
+ return True
+
+ def store_tstamps(self):
+ # Called after a build is finished
+ # For each task generator, record all files involved in task objects
+ # optimization: done only if there was something built
+ do_store = False
+ try:
+ f_deps = self.f_deps
+ except AttributeError:
+ f_deps = self.f_deps = {}
+ self.f_tstamps = {}
+
+ allfiles = set()
+ for g in self.groups:
+ for tg in g:
+ try:
+ staleness = tg.staleness
+ except AttributeError:
+ staleness = DIRTY
+
+ if staleness != DIRTY:
+ # DONE case: there was nothing built
+ # NEEDED case: the tg was brought in because of 'use' propagation
+ # but nothing really changed for them, there may be incomplete
+ # tasks (object files) and in this case it is best to let the next build
+ # figure out if an input/output file changed
+ continue
+
+ do_cache = False
+ for tsk in tg.tasks:
+ if tsk.hasrun == Task.SUCCESS:
+ do_cache = True
+ pass
+ elif tsk.hasrun == Task.SKIPPED:
+ pass
+ else:
+ # one failed task, clear the cache for this tg
+ try:
+ del f_deps[(tg.path.abspath(), tg.idx)]
+ except KeyError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ # just store the new state because there is a change
+ do_store = True
+
+ # skip the rest because there is no valid cache possible
+ break
+ else:
+ if not do_cache:
+ # all skipped, but is there anything in cache?
+ try:
+ f_deps[(tg.path.abspath(), tg.idx)]
+ except KeyError:
+ # probably cleared because a wscript file changed
+ # store it
+ do_cache = True
+
+ if do_cache:
+
+ # there was a rebuild, store the data structure too
+ tg.bld.store()
+
+ # all tasks skipped but no cache
+ # or a successful task build
+ do_store = True
+ st = set()
+ for tsk in tg.tasks:
+ st.update(tsk.inputs)
+ st.update(self.node_deps.get(tsk.uid(), []))
+
+ # TODO do last/when loading the tgs?
+ lst = []
+ for k in ('wscript', 'wscript_build'):
+ n = tg.path.find_node(k)
+ if n:
+ n.get_bld_sig()
+ lst.append(n.abspath())
+
+ lst.extend(sorted(x.abspath() for x in st))
+ allfiles.update(lst)
+ f_deps[(tg.path.abspath(), tg.idx)] = lst
+
+ for x in allfiles:
+ # f_tstamps has everything, while md5_tstamp can be relatively empty on partial builds
+ self.f_tstamps[x] = self.hashes_md5_tstamp[x][0]
+
+ if do_store:
+ dbfn = os.path.join(self.variant_dir, TSTAMP_DB)
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: storing %s', dbfn)
+ dbfn_tmp = dbfn + '.tmp'
+ x = Build.cPickle.dumps([self.f_tstamps, f_deps], Build.PROTOCOL)
+ Utils.writef(dbfn_tmp, x, m='wb')
+ os.rename(dbfn_tmp, dbfn)
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: stored %s', dbfn)
+
+ def store(self):
+ self.store_tstamps()
+ if self.producer.dirty:
+ Build.BuildContext.store(self)
+
+ def compute_needed_tgs(self):
+ # assume the 'use' keys are not modified during the build phase
+
+ dbfn = os.path.join(self.variant_dir, TSTAMP_DB)
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: Loading %s', dbfn)
+ try:
+ data = Utils.readf(dbfn, 'rb')
+ except (EnvironmentError, EOFError):
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: Could not load the build cache %s (missing)', dbfn)
+ self.f_deps = {}
+ self.f_tstamps = {}
+ else:
+ try:
+ self.f_tstamps, self.f_deps = Build.cPickle.loads(data)
+ except Exception as e:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: Could not pickle the build cache %s: %r', dbfn, e)
+ self.f_deps = {}
+ self.f_tstamps = {}
+ else:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: Loaded %s', dbfn)
+
+
+ # 1. obtain task generators that contain rebuilds
+ # 2. obtain the 'use' graph and its dual
+ stales = set()
+ reverse_use_map = Utils.defaultdict(list)
+ use_map = Utils.defaultdict(list)
+
+ for g in self.groups:
+ for tg in g:
+ if tg.is_stale():
+ stales.add(tg)
+
+ try:
+ lst = tg.use = Utils.to_list(tg.use)
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ for x in lst:
+ try:
+ xtg = self.get_tgen_by_name(x)
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ use_map[tg].append(xtg)
+ reverse_use_map[xtg].append(tg)
+
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: found %r stale tgs', len(stales))
+
+ # 3. dfs to post downstream tg as stale
+ visited = set()
+ def mark_down(tg):
+ if tg in visited:
+ return
+ visited.add(tg)
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: marking down %r as stale', tg.name)
+ tg.staleness = DIRTY
+ for x in reverse_use_map[tg]:
+ mark_down(x)
+ for tg in stales:
+ mark_down(tg)
+
+ # 4. dfs to find ancestors tg to mark as needed
+ self.needed_tgs = needed_tgs = set()
+ def mark_needed(tg):
+ if tg in needed_tgs:
+ return
+ needed_tgs.add(tg)
+ if tg.staleness == DONE:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: marking up %r as needed', tg.name)
+ tg.staleness = NEEDED
+ for x in use_map[tg]:
+ mark_needed(x)
+ for xx in visited:
+ mark_needed(xx)
+
+ # so we have the whole tg trees to post in the set "needed"
+ # load their build trees
+ for tg in needed_tgs:
+ tg.bld.restore()
+ tg.bld.fix_tg_path(tg)
+
+ # the stale ones should be fully build, while the needed ones
+ # may skip a few tasks, see create_compiled_task and apply_link_after below
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: amount of needed task gens: %r', len(needed_tgs))
+
+ def post_group(self):
+ # assumption: we can ignore the folder/subfolders cuts
+ def tgpost(tg):
+ try:
+ f = tg.post
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ f()
+
+ if not self.targets or self.targets == '*':
+ for tg in self.groups[self.current_group]:
+ # this can cut quite a lot of tg objects
+ if tg in self.needed_tgs:
+ tgpost(tg)
+ else:
+ # default implementation
+ return Build.BuildContext.post_group()
+
+ def get_build_iterator(self):
+ if not self.targets or self.targets == '*':
+ self.compute_needed_tgs()
+ return Build.BuildContext.get_build_iterator(self)
+
+@taskgen_method
+def is_stale(self):
+ # assume no globs
+ self.staleness = DIRTY
+
+ # 1. the case of always stale targets
+ if getattr(self, 'always_stale', False):
+ return True
+
+ # 2. check if the db file exists
+ db = os.path.join(self.bld.variant_dir, Context.DBFILE)
+ try:
+ dbstat = os.stat(db).st_mtime
+ except OSError:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: must post %r because this is a clean build')
+ return True
+
+ # 3. check if the configuration changed
+ if os.stat(self.bld.bldnode.find_node('c4che/build.config.py').abspath()).st_mtime > dbstat:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: must post %r because the configuration has changed', self.name)
+ return True
+
+ # 3.a any tstamp data?
+ try:
+ f_deps = self.bld.f_deps
+ except AttributeError:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: must post %r because there is no f_deps', self.name)
+ return True
+
+ # 4. check if this is the first build (no cache)
+ try:
+ lst = f_deps[(self.path.abspath(), self.idx)]
+ except KeyError:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: must post %r because there it has no cached data', self.name)
+ return True
+
+ try:
+ cache = self.bld.cache_tstamp_rev_use
+ except AttributeError:
+ cache = self.bld.cache_tstamp_rev_use = {}
+
+ # 5. check the timestamp of each dependency files listed is unchanged
+ f_tstamps = self.bld.f_tstamps
+ for x in lst:
+ try:
+ old_ts = f_tstamps[x]
+ except KeyError:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: must post %r because %r is not in cache', self.name, x)
+ return True
+
+ try:
+ try:
+ ts = cache[x]
+ except KeyError:
+ ts = cache[x] = os.stat(x).st_mtime
+ except OSError:
+ del f_deps[(self.path.abspath(), self.idx)]
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: must post %r because %r does not exist anymore', self.name, x)
+ return True
+ else:
+ if ts != old_ts:
+ Logs.debug('rev_use: must post %r because the timestamp on %r changed %r %r', self.name, x, old_ts, ts)
+ return True
+
+ self.staleness = DONE
+ return False
+
+@taskgen_method
+def create_compiled_task(self, name, node):
+ # skip the creation of object files
+ # assumption: object-only targets are not skippable
+ if self.staleness == NEEDED:
+ # only libraries/programs can skip object files
+ for x in SKIPPABLE:
+ if x in self.features:
+ return None
+
+ out = '%s.%d.o' % (node.name, self.idx)
+ task = self.create_task(name, node, node.parent.find_or_declare(out))
+ try:
+ self.compiled_tasks.append(task)
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.compiled_tasks = [task]
+ return task
+
+@feature(*SKIPPABLE)
+@after_method('apply_link')
+def apply_link_after(self):
+ # cprogram/cxxprogram might be unnecessary
+ if self.staleness != NEEDED:
+ return
+ for tsk in self.tasks:
+ tsk.hasrun = Task.SKIPPED
+
+def path_from(self, node):
+ # handle nodes of distinct types
+ if node.ctx is not self.ctx:
+ node = self.ctx.root.make_node(node.abspath())
+ return self.default_path_from(node)
+waflib.Node.Node.default_path_from = waflib.Node.Node.path_from
+waflib.Node.Node.path_from = path_from
+
+def h_file(self):
+ # similar to md5_tstamp.py, but with 2-layer cache
+ # global_cache for the build context common for all task generators
+ # local_cache for the build context proxy (one by task generator)
+ #
+ # the global cache is not persistent
+ # the local cache is persistent and meant for partial builds
+ #
+ # assume all calls are made from a single thread
+ #
+ filename = self.abspath()
+ st = os.stat(filename)
+
+ global_cache = self.ctx.bld.hashes_md5_tstamp
+ local_cache = self.ctx.hashes_md5_tstamp
+
+ if filename in global_cache:
+ # value already calculated in this build
+ cval = global_cache[filename]
+
+ # the value in global cache is assumed to be calculated once
+ # reverifying it could cause task generators
+ # to get distinct tstamp values, thus missing rebuilds
+ local_cache[filename] = cval
+ return cval[1]
+
+ if filename in local_cache:
+ cval = local_cache[filename]
+ if cval[0] == st.st_mtime:
+ # correct value from a previous build
+ # put it in the global cache
+ global_cache[filename] = cval
+ return cval[1]
+
+ ret = Utils.h_file(filename)
+ local_cache[filename] = global_cache[filename] = (st.st_mtime, ret)
+ return ret
+waflib.Node.Node.h_file = h_file
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_bgxlf.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_bgxlf.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..cca1810
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_bgxlf.py
@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+from waflib.Tools import fc, fc_config, fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['linux'].insert(0, 'fc_bgxlf')
+
+@conf
+def find_bgxlf(conf):
+ fc = conf.find_program(['bgxlf2003_r','bgxlf2003'], var='FC')
+ conf.get_xlf_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME = 'BGXLF'
+
+@conf
+def bg_flags(self):
+ self.env.SONAME_ST = ''
+ self.env.FCSHLIB_MARKER = ''
+ self.env.FCSTLIB_MARKER = ''
+ self.env.FCFLAGS_fcshlib = ['-fPIC']
+ self.env.LINKFLAGS_fcshlib = ['-G', '-Wl,-bexpfull']
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_bgxlf()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.xlf_flags()
+ conf.bg_flags()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_cray.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_cray.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..da733fa
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_cray.py
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+import re
+from waflib.Tools import fc, fc_config, fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['linux'].append('fc_cray')
+
+@conf
+def find_crayftn(conf):
+ """Find the Cray fortran compiler (will look in the environment variable 'FC')"""
+ fc = conf.find_program(['crayftn'], var='FC')
+ conf.get_crayftn_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME = 'CRAY'
+ conf.env.FC_MOD_CAPITALIZATION = 'UPPER.mod'
+
+@conf
+def crayftn_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v['_FCMODOUTFLAGS'] = ['-em', '-J.'] # enable module files and put them in the current directory
+ v['FCFLAGS_DEBUG'] = ['-m1'] # more verbose compiler warnings
+ v['FCFLAGS_fcshlib'] = ['-h pic']
+ v['LINKFLAGS_fcshlib'] = ['-h shared']
+
+ v['FCSTLIB_MARKER'] = '-h static'
+ v['FCSHLIB_MARKER'] = '-h dynamic'
+
+@conf
+def get_crayftn_version(conf, fc):
+ version_re = re.compile(r"Cray Fortran\s*:\s*Version\s*(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)", re.I).search
+ cmd = fc + ['-V']
+ out,err = fc_config.getoutput(conf, cmd, stdin=False)
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match = version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the Cray Fortran compiler version.')
+ k = match.groupdict()
+ conf.env['FC_VERSION'] = (k['major'], k['minor'])
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_crayftn()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.crayftn_flags()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nag.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nag.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..edcb218
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nag.py
@@ -0,0 +1,61 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+import re
+from waflib import Utils
+from waflib.Tools import fc,fc_config,fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['linux'].insert(0, 'fc_nag')
+
+@conf
+def find_nag(conf):
+ """Find the NAG Fortran Compiler (will look in the environment variable 'FC')"""
+
+ fc = conf.find_program(['nagfor'], var='FC')
+ conf.get_nag_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME = 'NAG'
+ conf.env.FC_MOD_CAPITALIZATION = 'lower'
+
+@conf
+def nag_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v.FCFLAGS_DEBUG = ['-C=all']
+ v.FCLNK_TGT_F = ['-o', '']
+ v.FC_TGT_F = ['-c', '-o', '']
+
+@conf
+def nag_modifier_platform(conf):
+ dest_os = conf.env['DEST_OS'] or Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+ nag_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'nag_modifier_' + dest_os, None)
+ if nag_modifier_func:
+ nag_modifier_func()
+
+@conf
+def get_nag_version(conf, fc):
+ """Get the NAG compiler version"""
+
+ version_re = re.compile(r"^NAG Fortran Compiler *Release *(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)", re.M).search
+ cmd = fc + ['-V']
+
+ out, err = fc_config.getoutput(conf,cmd,stdin=False)
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ if not match:
+ match = version_re(err)
+ else: match = version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the NAG version.')
+ k = match.groupdict()
+ conf.env['FC_VERSION'] = (k['major'], k['minor'])
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_nag()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.nag_flags()
+ conf.nag_modifier_platform()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nec.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nec.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..67c8680
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nec.py
@@ -0,0 +1,60 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+import re
+from waflib.Tools import fc, fc_config, fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['linux'].append('fc_nec')
+
+@conf
+def find_sxfc(conf):
+ """Find the NEC fortran compiler (will look in the environment variable 'FC')"""
+ fc = conf.find_program(['sxf90','sxf03'], var='FC')
+ conf.get_sxfc_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME = 'NEC'
+ conf.env.FC_MOD_CAPITALIZATION = 'lower'
+
+@conf
+def sxfc_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v['_FCMODOUTFLAGS'] = [] # enable module files and put them in the current directory
+ v['FCFLAGS_DEBUG'] = [] # more verbose compiler warnings
+ v['FCFLAGS_fcshlib'] = []
+ v['LINKFLAGS_fcshlib'] = []
+
+ v['FCSTLIB_MARKER'] = ''
+ v['FCSHLIB_MARKER'] = ''
+
+@conf
+def get_sxfc_version(conf, fc):
+ version_re = re.compile(r"FORTRAN90/SX\s*Version\s*(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)", re.I).search
+ cmd = fc + ['-V']
+ out,err = fc_config.getoutput(conf, cmd, stdin=False)
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match = version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ version_re=re.compile(r"NEC Fortran 2003 Compiler for\s*(?P<major>\S*)\s*\(c\)\s*(?P<minor>\d*)",re.I).search
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match = version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the NEC Fortran compiler version.')
+ k = match.groupdict()
+ conf.env['FC_VERSION'] = (k['major'], k['minor'])
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_sxfc()
+ conf.find_program('sxar',var='AR')
+ conf.add_os_flags('ARFLAGS')
+ if not conf.env.ARFLAGS:
+ conf.env.ARFLAGS=['rcs']
+
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.sxfc_flags()
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nfort.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nfort.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c25886b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_nfort.py
@@ -0,0 +1,52 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Detection of the NEC Fortran compiler for Aurora Tsubasa
+
+import re
+from waflib.Tools import fc,fc_config,fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['linux'].append('fc_nfort')
+
+@conf
+def find_nfort(conf):
+ fc=conf.find_program(['nfort'],var='FC')
+ conf.get_nfort_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME='NFORT'
+ conf.env.FC_MOD_CAPITALIZATION='lower'
+
+@conf
+def nfort_flags(conf):
+ v=conf.env
+ v['_FCMODOUTFLAGS']=[]
+ v['FCFLAGS_DEBUG']=[]
+ v['FCFLAGS_fcshlib']=[]
+ v['LINKFLAGS_fcshlib']=[]
+ v['FCSTLIB_MARKER']=''
+ v['FCSHLIB_MARKER']=''
+
+@conf
+def get_nfort_version(conf,fc):
+ version_re=re.compile(r"nfort\s*\(NFORT\)\s*(?P<major>\d+)\.(?P<minor>\d+)\.",re.I).search
+ cmd=fc+['--version']
+ out,err=fc_config.getoutput(conf,cmd,stdin=False)
+ if out:
+ match=version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match=version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ return(False)
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the NEC NFORT Fortran compiler version.')
+ else:
+ k=match.groupdict()
+ conf.env['FC_VERSION']=(k['major'],k['minor'])
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_nfort()
+ conf.find_program('nar',var='AR')
+ conf.add_os_flags('ARFLAGS')
+ if not conf.env.ARFLAGS:
+ conf.env.ARFLAGS=['rcs']
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.nfort_flags()
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_open64.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_open64.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..413719f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_open64.py
@@ -0,0 +1,58 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+import re
+from waflib import Utils
+from waflib.Tools import fc,fc_config,fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['linux'].insert(0, 'fc_open64')
+
+@conf
+def find_openf95(conf):
+ """Find the Open64 Fortran Compiler (will look in the environment variable 'FC')"""
+
+ fc = conf.find_program(['openf95', 'openf90'], var='FC')
+ conf.get_open64_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME = 'OPEN64'
+ conf.env.FC_MOD_CAPITALIZATION = 'UPPER.mod'
+
+@conf
+def openf95_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v['FCFLAGS_DEBUG'] = ['-fullwarn']
+
+@conf
+def openf95_modifier_platform(conf):
+ dest_os = conf.env['DEST_OS'] or Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+ openf95_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'openf95_modifier_' + dest_os, None)
+ if openf95_modifier_func:
+ openf95_modifier_func()
+
+@conf
+def get_open64_version(conf, fc):
+ """Get the Open64 compiler version"""
+
+ version_re = re.compile(r"Open64 Compiler Suite: *Version *(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)", re.I).search
+ cmd = fc + ['-version']
+
+ out, err = fc_config.getoutput(conf,cmd,stdin=False)
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match = version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the Open64 version.')
+ k = match.groupdict()
+ conf.env['FC_VERSION'] = (k['major'], k['minor'])
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_openf95()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.openf95_flags()
+ conf.openf95_modifier_platform()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_pgfortran.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_pgfortran.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..afb2817
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_pgfortran.py
@@ -0,0 +1,68 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+import re
+from waflib.Tools import fc, fc_config, fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['linux'].append('fc_pgfortran')
+
+@conf
+def find_pgfortran(conf):
+ """Find the PGI fortran compiler (will look in the environment variable 'FC')"""
+ fc = conf.find_program(['pgfortran', 'pgf95', 'pgf90'], var='FC')
+ conf.get_pgfortran_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME = 'PGFC'
+
+@conf
+def pgfortran_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v['FCFLAGS_fcshlib'] = ['-shared']
+ v['FCFLAGS_DEBUG'] = ['-Minform=inform', '-Mstandard'] # why not
+ v['FCSTLIB_MARKER'] = '-Bstatic'
+ v['FCSHLIB_MARKER'] = '-Bdynamic'
+ v['SONAME_ST'] = '-soname %s'
+
+@conf
+def get_pgfortran_version(conf,fc):
+ version_re = re.compile(r"The Portland Group", re.I).search
+ cmd = fc + ['-V']
+ out,err = fc_config.getoutput(conf, cmd, stdin=False)
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match = version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ conf.fatal('Could not verify PGI signature')
+ cmd = fc + ['-help=variable']
+ out,err = fc_config.getoutput(conf, cmd, stdin=False)
+ if out.find('COMPVER')<0:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the compiler type')
+ k = {}
+ prevk = ''
+ out = out.splitlines()
+ for line in out:
+ lst = line.partition('=')
+ if lst[1] == '=':
+ key = lst[0].rstrip()
+ if key == '':
+ key = prevk
+ val = lst[2].rstrip()
+ k[key] = val
+ else:
+ prevk = line.partition(' ')[0]
+ def isD(var):
+ return var in k
+ def isT(var):
+ return var in k and k[var]!='0'
+ conf.env['FC_VERSION'] = (k['COMPVER'].split('.'))
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_pgfortran()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.pgfortran_flags()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_solstudio.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_solstudio.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..53766df
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_solstudio.py
@@ -0,0 +1,62 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+import re
+from waflib import Utils
+from waflib.Tools import fc,fc_config,fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['linux'].append('fc_solstudio')
+
+@conf
+def find_solstudio(conf):
+ """Find the Solaris Studio compiler (will look in the environment variable 'FC')"""
+
+ fc = conf.find_program(['sunf95', 'f95', 'sunf90', 'f90'], var='FC')
+ conf.get_solstudio_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME = 'SOL'
+
+@conf
+def solstudio_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v['FCFLAGS_fcshlib'] = ['-Kpic']
+ v['FCFLAGS_DEBUG'] = ['-w3']
+ v['LINKFLAGS_fcshlib'] = ['-G']
+ v['FCSTLIB_MARKER'] = '-Bstatic'
+ v['FCSHLIB_MARKER'] = '-Bdynamic'
+ v['SONAME_ST'] = '-h %s'
+
+@conf
+def solstudio_modifier_platform(conf):
+ dest_os = conf.env['DEST_OS'] or Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+ solstudio_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'solstudio_modifier_' + dest_os, None)
+ if solstudio_modifier_func:
+ solstudio_modifier_func()
+
+@conf
+def get_solstudio_version(conf, fc):
+ """Get the compiler version"""
+
+ version_re = re.compile(r"Sun Fortran 95 *(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)", re.I).search
+ cmd = fc + ['-V']
+
+ out, err = fc_config.getoutput(conf,cmd,stdin=False)
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match = version_re(err)
+ if not match:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the Sun Studio Fortran version.')
+ k = match.groupdict()
+ conf.env['FC_VERSION'] = (k['major'], k['minor'])
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_solstudio()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.solstudio_flags()
+ conf.solstudio_modifier_platform()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_xlf.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_xlf.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5a3da03
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fc_xlf.py
@@ -0,0 +1,63 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# harald at klimachs.de
+
+import re
+from waflib import Utils,Errors
+from waflib.Tools import fc,fc_config,fc_scan
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_fc import fc_compiler
+fc_compiler['aix'].insert(0, 'fc_xlf')
+
+@conf
+def find_xlf(conf):
+ """Find the xlf program (will look in the environment variable 'FC')"""
+
+ fc = conf.find_program(['xlf2003_r', 'xlf2003', 'xlf95_r', 'xlf95', 'xlf90_r', 'xlf90', 'xlf_r', 'xlf'], var='FC')
+ conf.get_xlf_version(fc)
+ conf.env.FC_NAME='XLF'
+
+@conf
+def xlf_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v['FCDEFINES_ST'] = '-WF,-D%s'
+ v['FCFLAGS_fcshlib'] = ['-qpic=small']
+ v['FCFLAGS_DEBUG'] = ['-qhalt=w']
+ v['LINKFLAGS_fcshlib'] = ['-Wl,-shared']
+
+@conf
+def xlf_modifier_platform(conf):
+ dest_os = conf.env['DEST_OS'] or Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+ xlf_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'xlf_modifier_' + dest_os, None)
+ if xlf_modifier_func:
+ xlf_modifier_func()
+
+@conf
+def get_xlf_version(conf, fc):
+ """Get the compiler version"""
+
+ cmd = fc + ['-qversion']
+ try:
+ out, err = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd, output=0)
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ conf.fatal('Could not find xlf %r' % cmd)
+
+ for v in (r"IBM XL Fortran.* V(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)",):
+ version_re = re.compile(v, re.I).search
+ match = version_re(out or err)
+ if match:
+ k = match.groupdict()
+ conf.env['FC_VERSION'] = (k['major'], k['minor'])
+ break
+ else:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the XLF version.')
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_xlf()
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.fc_flags()
+ conf.fc_add_flags()
+ conf.xlf_flags()
+ conf.xlf_modifier_platform()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/file_to_object.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/file_to_object.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1393b51
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/file_to_object.py
@@ -0,0 +1,137 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
+# Tool to embed file into objects
+
+__author__ = __maintainer__ = "Jérôme Carretero <cJ-waf@zougloub.eu>"
+__copyright__ = "Jérôme Carretero, 2014"
+
+"""
+
+This tool allows to embed file contents in object files (.o).
+It is not exactly portable, and the file contents are reachable
+using various non-portable fashions.
+The goal here is to provide a functional interface to the embedding
+of file data in objects.
+See the ``playground/embedded_resources`` example for an example.
+
+Usage::
+
+ bld(
+ name='pipeline',
+ # ^ Reference this in use="..." for things using the generated code
+ features='file_to_object',
+ source='some.file',
+ # ^ Name of the file to embed in binary section.
+ )
+
+Known issues:
+
+- Destination is named like source, with extension renamed to .o
+ eg. some.file -> some.o
+
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Errors
+
+def filename_c_escape(x):
+ return x.replace("\\", "\\\\")
+
+class file_to_object_s(Task.Task):
+ color = 'CYAN'
+ vars = ['DEST_CPU', 'DEST_BINFMT']
+
+ def run(self):
+ name = []
+ for i, x in enumerate(self.inputs[0].name):
+ if x.isalnum():
+ name.append(x)
+ else:
+ name.append('_')
+ file = self.inputs[0].abspath()
+ size = os.path.getsize(file)
+ if self.env.DEST_CPU in ('x86_64', 'ia', 'aarch64'):
+ unit = 'quad'
+ align = 8
+ elif self.env.DEST_CPU in ('x86','arm', 'thumb', 'm68k'):
+ unit = 'long'
+ align = 4
+ else:
+ raise Errors.WafError("Unsupported DEST_CPU, please report bug!")
+
+ file = filename_c_escape(file)
+ name = "_binary_" + "".join(name)
+ rodata = ".section .rodata"
+ if self.env.DEST_BINFMT == "mac-o":
+ name = "_" + name
+ rodata = ".section __TEXT,__const"
+
+ with open(self.outputs[0].abspath(), 'w') as f:
+ f.write(\
+"""
+ .global %(name)s_start
+ .global %(name)s_end
+ .global %(name)s_size
+ %(rodata)s
+%(name)s_start:
+ .incbin "%(file)s"
+%(name)s_end:
+ .align %(align)d
+%(name)s_size:
+ .%(unit)s 0x%(size)x
+""" % locals())
+
+class file_to_object_c(Task.Task):
+ color = 'CYAN'
+ def run(self):
+ name = []
+ for i, x in enumerate(self.inputs[0].name):
+ if x.isalnum():
+ name.append(x)
+ else:
+ name.append('_')
+ file = self.inputs[0].abspath()
+ size = os.path.getsize(file)
+
+ name = "_binary_" + "".join(name)
+
+ data = self.inputs[0].read('rb')
+ lines, line = [], []
+ for idx_byte, byte in enumerate(data):
+ line.append(byte)
+ if len(line) > 15 or idx_byte == size-1:
+ lines.append(", ".join(("0x%02x" % ord(x)) for x in line))
+ line = []
+ data = ",\n ".join(lines)
+
+ self.outputs[0].write(\
+"""
+unsigned long %(name)s_size = %(size)dL;
+char const %(name)s_start[] = {
+ %(data)s
+};
+char const %(name)s_end[] = {};
+""" % locals())
+
+@TaskGen.feature('file_to_object')
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+def tg_file_to_object(self):
+ bld = self.bld
+ sources = self.to_nodes(self.source)
+ targets = []
+ for src in sources:
+ if bld.env.F2O_METHOD == ["asm"]:
+ tgt = src.parent.find_or_declare(src.name + '.f2o.s')
+ tsk = self.create_task('file_to_object_s', src, tgt)
+ tsk.cwd = src.parent.abspath() # verify
+ else:
+ tgt = src.parent.find_or_declare(src.name + '.f2o.c')
+ tsk = self.create_task('file_to_object_c', src, tgt)
+ tsk.cwd = src.parent.abspath() # verify
+ targets.append(tgt)
+ self.source = targets
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('gas')
+ conf.env.F2O_METHOD = ["c"]
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fluid.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fluid.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4814a35
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fluid.py
@@ -0,0 +1,30 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Grygoriy Fuchedzhy 2009
+
+"""
+Compile fluid files (fltk graphic library). Use the 'fluid' feature in conjunction with the 'cxx' feature.
+"""
+
+from waflib import Task
+from waflib.TaskGen import extension
+
+class fluid(Task.Task):
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ ext_out = ['.h']
+ run_str = '${FLUID} -c -o ${TGT[0].abspath()} -h ${TGT[1].abspath()} ${SRC}'
+
+@extension('.fl')
+def process_fluid(self, node):
+ """add the .fl to the source list; the cxx file generated will be compiled when possible"""
+ cpp = node.change_ext('.cpp')
+ hpp = node.change_ext('.hpp')
+ self.create_task('fluid', node, [cpp, hpp])
+
+ if 'cxx' in self.features:
+ self.source.append(cpp)
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_program('fluid', var='FLUID')
+ conf.check_cfg(path='fltk-config', package='', args='--cxxflags --ldflags', uselib_store='FLTK', mandatory=True)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/freeimage.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/freeimage.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f27e525
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/freeimage.py
@@ -0,0 +1,74 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+#
+# written by Sylvain Rouquette, 2011
+
+'''
+To add the freeimage tool to the waf file:
+$ ./waf-light --tools=compat15,freeimage
+ or, if you have waf >= 1.6.2
+$ ./waf update --files=freeimage
+
+The wscript will look like:
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_cxx freeimage')
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx freeimage')
+
+ # you can call check_freeimage with some parameters.
+ # It's optional on Linux, it's 'mandatory' on Windows if
+ # you didn't use --fi-path on the command-line
+
+ # conf.check_freeimage(path='FreeImage/Dist', fip=True)
+
+def build(bld):
+ bld(source='main.cpp', target='app', use='FREEIMAGE')
+'''
+
+from waflib import Utils
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--fi-path', type='string', default='', dest='fi_path',
+ help='''path to the FreeImage directory \
+ where the files are e.g. /FreeImage/Dist''')
+ opt.add_option('--fip', action='store_true', default=False, dest='fip',
+ help='link with FreeImagePlus')
+ opt.add_option('--fi-static', action='store_true',
+ default=False, dest='fi_static',
+ help="link as shared libraries")
+
+
+@conf
+def check_freeimage(self, path=None, fip=False):
+ self.start_msg('Checking FreeImage')
+ if not self.env['CXX']:
+ self.fatal('you must load compiler_cxx before loading freeimage')
+ prefix = self.options.fi_static and 'ST' or ''
+ platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+ if platform == 'win32':
+ if not path:
+ self.fatal('you must specify the path to FreeImage. \
+ use --fi-path=/FreeImage/Dist')
+ else:
+ self.env['INCLUDES_FREEIMAGE'] = path
+ self.env['%sLIBPATH_FREEIMAGE' % prefix] = path
+ libs = ['FreeImage']
+ if self.options.fip:
+ libs.append('FreeImagePlus')
+ if platform == 'win32':
+ self.env['%sLIB_FREEIMAGE' % prefix] = libs
+ else:
+ self.env['%sLIB_FREEIMAGE' % prefix] = [i.lower() for i in libs]
+ self.end_msg('ok')
+
+
+def configure(conf):
+ platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
+ if platform == 'win32' and not conf.options.fi_path:
+ return
+ conf.check_freeimage(conf.options.fi_path, conf.options.fip)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fsb.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fsb.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1b8f398
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fsb.py
@@ -0,0 +1,31 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2011 (ita)
+
+"""
+Fully sequential builds
+
+The previous tasks from task generators are re-processed, and this may lead to speed issues
+Yet, if you are using this, speed is probably a minor concern
+"""
+
+from waflib import Build
+
+def options(opt):
+ pass
+
+def configure(conf):
+ pass
+
+class FSBContext(Build.BuildContext):
+ def __call__(self, *k, **kw):
+ ret = Build.BuildContext.__call__(self, *k, **kw)
+
+ # evaluate the results immediately
+ Build.BuildContext.compile(self)
+
+ return ret
+
+ def compile(self):
+ pass
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/fsc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/fsc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c67e70b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/fsc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,64 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2011 (ita)
+
+"""
+Experimental F# stuff
+
+FSC="mono /path/to/fsc.exe" waf configure build
+"""
+
+from waflib import Utils, Task
+from waflib.TaskGen import before_method, after_method, feature
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot, cs
+
+ccroot.USELIB_VARS['fsc'] = set(['CSFLAGS', 'ASSEMBLIES', 'RESOURCES'])
+
+@feature('fs')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def apply_fsc(self):
+ cs_nodes = []
+ no_nodes = []
+ for x in self.to_nodes(self.source):
+ if x.name.endswith('.fs'):
+ cs_nodes.append(x)
+ else:
+ no_nodes.append(x)
+ self.source = no_nodes
+
+ bintype = getattr(self, 'type', self.gen.endswith('.dll') and 'library' or 'exe')
+ self.cs_task = tsk = self.create_task('fsc', cs_nodes, self.path.find_or_declare(self.gen))
+ tsk.env.CSTYPE = '/target:%s' % bintype
+ tsk.env.OUT = '/out:%s' % tsk.outputs[0].abspath()
+
+ inst_to = getattr(self, 'install_path', bintype=='exe' and '${BINDIR}' or '${LIBDIR}')
+ if inst_to:
+ # note: we are making a copy, so the files added to cs_task.outputs won't be installed automatically
+ mod = getattr(self, 'chmod', bintype=='exe' and Utils.O755 or Utils.O644)
+ self.install_task = self.add_install_files(install_to=inst_to, install_from=self.cs_task.outputs[:], chmod=mod)
+
+feature('fs')(cs.use_cs)
+after_method('apply_fsc')(cs.use_cs)
+
+feature('fs')(cs.debug_cs)
+after_method('apply_fsc', 'use_cs')(cs.debug_cs)
+
+class fsc(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Compile F# files
+ """
+ color = 'YELLOW'
+ run_str = '${FSC} ${CSTYPE} ${CSFLAGS} ${ASS_ST:ASSEMBLIES} ${RES_ST:RESOURCES} ${OUT} ${SRC}'
+
+def configure(conf):
+ """
+ Find a F# compiler, set the variable FSC for the compiler and FS_NAME (mono or fsc)
+ """
+ conf.find_program(['fsc.exe', 'fsharpc'], var='FSC')
+ conf.env.ASS_ST = '/r:%s'
+ conf.env.RES_ST = '/resource:%s'
+
+ conf.env.FS_NAME = 'fsc'
+ if str(conf.env.FSC).lower().find('fsharpc') > -1:
+ conf.env.FS_NAME = 'mono'
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/gccdeps.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/gccdeps.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bfabe72
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/gccdeps.py
@@ -0,0 +1,214 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2008-2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+Execute the tasks with gcc -MD, read the dependencies from the .d file
+and prepare the dependency calculation for the next run.
+This affects the cxx class, so make sure to load Qt5 after this tool.
+
+Usage::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_cxx')
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx gccdeps')
+"""
+
+import os, re, threading
+from waflib import Task, Logs, Utils, Errors
+from waflib.Tools import c_preproc
+from waflib.TaskGen import before_method, feature
+
+lock = threading.Lock()
+
+gccdeps_flags = ['-MD']
+if not c_preproc.go_absolute:
+ gccdeps_flags = ['-MMD']
+
+# Third-party tools are allowed to add extra names in here with append()
+supported_compilers = ['gcc', 'icc', 'clang']
+
+def scan(self):
+ if not self.__class__.__name__ in self.env.ENABLE_GCCDEPS:
+ return super(self.derived_gccdeps, self).scan()
+ nodes = self.generator.bld.node_deps.get(self.uid(), [])
+ names = []
+ return (nodes, names)
+
+re_o = re.compile(r"\.o$")
+re_splitter = re.compile(r'(?<!\\)\s+') # split by space, except when spaces are escaped
+
+def remove_makefile_rule_lhs(line):
+ # Splitting on a plain colon would accidentally match inside a
+ # Windows absolute-path filename, so we must search for a colon
+ # followed by whitespace to find the divider between LHS and RHS
+ # of the Makefile rule.
+ rulesep = ': '
+
+ sep_idx = line.find(rulesep)
+ if sep_idx >= 0:
+ return line[sep_idx + 2:]
+ else:
+ return line
+
+def path_to_node(base_node, path, cached_nodes):
+ # Take the base node and the path and return a node
+ # Results are cached because searching the node tree is expensive
+ # The following code is executed by threads, it is not safe, so a lock is needed...
+ if getattr(path, '__hash__'):
+ node_lookup_key = (base_node, path)
+ else:
+ # Not hashable, assume it is a list and join into a string
+ node_lookup_key = (base_node, os.path.sep.join(path))
+ try:
+ lock.acquire()
+ node = cached_nodes[node_lookup_key]
+ except KeyError:
+ node = base_node.find_resource(path)
+ cached_nodes[node_lookup_key] = node
+ finally:
+ lock.release()
+ return node
+
+def post_run(self):
+ if not self.__class__.__name__ in self.env.ENABLE_GCCDEPS:
+ return super(self.derived_gccdeps, self).post_run()
+
+ name = self.outputs[0].abspath()
+ name = re_o.sub('.d', name)
+ try:
+ txt = Utils.readf(name)
+ except EnvironmentError:
+ Logs.error('Could not find a .d dependency file, are cflags/cxxflags overwritten?')
+ raise
+ #os.remove(name)
+
+ # Compilers have the choice to either output the file's dependencies
+ # as one large Makefile rule:
+ #
+ # /path/to/file.o: /path/to/dep1.h \
+ # /path/to/dep2.h \
+ # /path/to/dep3.h \
+ # ...
+ #
+ # or as many individual rules:
+ #
+ # /path/to/file.o: /path/to/dep1.h
+ # /path/to/file.o: /path/to/dep2.h
+ # /path/to/file.o: /path/to/dep3.h
+ # ...
+ #
+ # So the first step is to sanitize the input by stripping out the left-
+ # hand side of all these lines. After that, whatever remains are the
+ # implicit dependencies of task.outputs[0]
+ txt = '\n'.join([remove_makefile_rule_lhs(line) for line in txt.splitlines()])
+
+ # Now join all the lines together
+ txt = txt.replace('\\\n', '')
+
+ val = txt.strip()
+ val = [x.replace('\\ ', ' ') for x in re_splitter.split(val) if x]
+
+ nodes = []
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+
+ # Dynamically bind to the cache
+ try:
+ cached_nodes = bld.cached_nodes
+ except AttributeError:
+ cached_nodes = bld.cached_nodes = {}
+
+ for x in val:
+
+ node = None
+ if os.path.isabs(x):
+ node = path_to_node(bld.root, x, cached_nodes)
+ else:
+ # TODO waf 1.9 - single cwd value
+ path = getattr(bld, 'cwdx', bld.bldnode)
+ # when calling find_resource, make sure the path does not contain '..'
+ x = [k for k in Utils.split_path(x) if k and k != '.']
+ while '..' in x:
+ idx = x.index('..')
+ if idx == 0:
+ x = x[1:]
+ path = path.parent
+ else:
+ del x[idx]
+ del x[idx-1]
+
+ node = path_to_node(path, x, cached_nodes)
+
+ if not node:
+ raise ValueError('could not find %r for %r' % (x, self))
+ if id(node) == id(self.inputs[0]):
+ # ignore the source file, it is already in the dependencies
+ # this way, successful config tests may be retrieved from the cache
+ continue
+ nodes.append(node)
+
+ Logs.debug('deps: gccdeps for %s returned %s', self, nodes)
+
+ bld.node_deps[self.uid()] = nodes
+ bld.raw_deps[self.uid()] = []
+
+ try:
+ del self.cache_sig
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+
+ Task.Task.post_run(self)
+
+def sig_implicit_deps(self):
+ if not self.__class__.__name__ in self.env.ENABLE_GCCDEPS:
+ return super(self.derived_gccdeps, self).sig_implicit_deps()
+ try:
+ return Task.Task.sig_implicit_deps(self)
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ return Utils.SIG_NIL
+
+def wrap_compiled_task(classname):
+ derived_class = type(classname, (Task.classes[classname],), {})
+ derived_class.derived_gccdeps = derived_class
+ derived_class.post_run = post_run
+ derived_class.scan = scan
+ derived_class.sig_implicit_deps = sig_implicit_deps
+
+for k in ('c', 'cxx'):
+ if k in Task.classes:
+ wrap_compiled_task(k)
+
+@before_method('process_source')
+@feature('force_gccdeps')
+def force_gccdeps(self):
+ self.env.ENABLE_GCCDEPS = ['c', 'cxx']
+
+def configure(conf):
+ # in case someone provides a --enable-gccdeps command-line option
+ if not getattr(conf.options, 'enable_gccdeps', True):
+ return
+
+ global gccdeps_flags
+ flags = conf.env.GCCDEPS_FLAGS or gccdeps_flags
+ if conf.env.CC_NAME in supported_compilers:
+ try:
+ conf.check(fragment='int main() { return 0; }', features='c force_gccdeps', cflags=flags, msg='Checking for c flags %r' % ''.join(flags))
+ except Errors.ConfigurationError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ conf.env.append_value('CFLAGS', flags)
+ conf.env.append_unique('ENABLE_GCCDEPS', 'c')
+
+ if conf.env.CXX_NAME in supported_compilers:
+ try:
+ conf.check(fragment='int main() { return 0; }', features='cxx force_gccdeps', cxxflags=flags, msg='Checking for cxx flags %r' % ''.join(flags))
+ except Errors.ConfigurationError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ conf.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', flags)
+ conf.env.append_unique('ENABLE_GCCDEPS', 'cxx')
+
+def options(opt):
+ raise ValueError('Do not load gccdeps options')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/gdbus.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/gdbus.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0e0476e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/gdbus.py
@@ -0,0 +1,87 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Copyright Garmin International or its subsidiaries, 2018
+#
+# Heavily based on dbus.py
+
+"""
+Compiles dbus files with **gdbus-codegen**
+Typical usage::
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_c gdbus')
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_c gdbus')
+ def build(bld):
+ tg = bld.program(
+ includes = '.',
+ source = bld.path.ant_glob('*.c'),
+ target = 'gnome-hello')
+ tg.add_gdbus_file('test.xml', 'com.example.example.', 'Example')
+"""
+
+from waflib import Task, Errors, Utils
+from waflib.TaskGen import taskgen_method, before_method
+
+@taskgen_method
+def add_gdbus_file(self, filename, prefix, namespace, export=False):
+ """
+ Adds a dbus file to the list of dbus files to process. Store them in the attribute *dbus_lst*.
+ :param filename: xml file to compile
+ :type filename: string
+ :param prefix: interface prefix (--interface-prefix=prefix)
+ :type prefix: string
+ :param mode: C namespace (--c-namespace=namespace)
+ :type mode: string
+ :param export: Export Headers?
+ :type export: boolean
+ """
+ if not hasattr(self, 'gdbus_lst'):
+ self.gdbus_lst = []
+ if not 'process_gdbus' in self.meths:
+ self.meths.append('process_gdbus')
+ self.gdbus_lst.append([filename, prefix, namespace, export])
+
+@before_method('process_source')
+def process_gdbus(self):
+ """
+ Processes the dbus files stored in the attribute *gdbus_lst* to create :py:class:`gdbus_binding_tool` instances.
+ """
+ output_node = self.path.get_bld().make_node(['gdbus', self.get_name()])
+ sources = []
+
+ for filename, prefix, namespace, export in getattr(self, 'gdbus_lst', []):
+ node = self.path.find_resource(filename)
+ if not node:
+ raise Errors.WafError('file not found ' + filename)
+ c_file = output_node.find_or_declare(node.change_ext('.c').name)
+ h_file = output_node.find_or_declare(node.change_ext('.h').name)
+ tsk = self.create_task('gdbus_binding_tool', node, [c_file, h_file])
+ tsk.cwd = output_node.abspath()
+
+ tsk.env.GDBUS_CODEGEN_INTERFACE_PREFIX = prefix
+ tsk.env.GDBUS_CODEGEN_NAMESPACE = namespace
+ tsk.env.GDBUS_CODEGEN_OUTPUT = node.change_ext('').name
+ sources.append(c_file)
+
+ if sources:
+ output_node.mkdir()
+ self.source = Utils.to_list(self.source) + sources
+ self.includes = [output_node] + self.to_incnodes(getattr(self, 'includes', []))
+ if export:
+ self.export_includes = [output_node] + self.to_incnodes(getattr(self, 'export_includes', []))
+
+class gdbus_binding_tool(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Compiles a dbus file
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ ext_out = ['.h', '.c']
+ run_str = '${GDBUS_CODEGEN} --interface-prefix ${GDBUS_CODEGEN_INTERFACE_PREFIX} --generate-c-code ${GDBUS_CODEGEN_OUTPUT} --c-namespace ${GDBUS_CODEGEN_NAMESPACE} --c-generate-object-manager ${SRC[0].abspath()}'
+ shell = True
+
+def configure(conf):
+ """
+ Detects the program gdbus-codegen and sets ``conf.env.GDBUS_CODEGEN``
+ """
+ conf.find_program('gdbus-codegen', var='GDBUS_CODEGEN')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/gob2.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/gob2.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b4fa3b9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/gob2.py
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Ali Sabil, 2007
+
+from waflib import TaskGen
+
+TaskGen.declare_chain(
+ name = 'gob2',
+ rule = '${GOB2} -o ${TGT[0].bld_dir()} ${GOB2FLAGS} ${SRC}',
+ ext_in = '.gob',
+ ext_out = '.c'
+)
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_program('gob2', var='GOB2')
+ conf.env['GOB2FLAGS'] = ''
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/halide.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/halide.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6078e38
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/halide.py
@@ -0,0 +1,151 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
+# Halide code generation tool
+
+__author__ = __maintainer__ = "Jérôme Carretero <cJ-waf@zougloub.eu>"
+__copyright__ = "Jérôme Carretero, 2014"
+
+"""
+
+Tool to run `Halide <http://halide-lang.org>`_ code generators.
+
+Usage::
+
+ bld(
+ name='pipeline',
+ # ^ Reference this in use="..." for things using the generated code
+ #target=['pipeline.o', 'pipeline.h']
+ # ^ by default, name.{o,h} is added, but you can set the outputs here
+ features='halide',
+ halide_env="HL_TRACE=1 HL_TARGET=host-opencl-gpu_debug",
+ # ^ Environment passed to the generator,
+ # can be a dict, k/v list, or string.
+ args=[],
+ # ^ Command-line arguments to the generator (optional),
+ # eg. to give parameters to the scheduling
+ source='pipeline_gen',
+ # ^ Name of the source executable
+ )
+
+
+Known issues:
+
+
+- Currently only supports Linux (no ".exe")
+
+- Doesn't rerun on input modification when input is part of a build
+ chain, and has been modified externally.
+
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task, Utils, Options, TaskGen, Errors
+
+class run_halide_gen(Task.Task):
+ color = 'CYAN'
+ vars = ['HALIDE_ENV', 'HALIDE_ARGS']
+ run_str = "${SRC[0].abspath()} ${HALIDE_ARGS}"
+ def __str__(self):
+ stuff = "halide"
+ stuff += ("[%s]" % (",".join(
+ ('%s=%s' % (k,v)) for k, v in sorted(self.env.env.items()))))
+ return Task.Task.__str__(self).replace(self.__class__.__name__,
+ stuff)
+
+@TaskGen.feature('halide')
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+def halide(self):
+ Utils.def_attrs(self,
+ args=[],
+ halide_env={},
+ )
+
+ bld = self.bld
+
+ env = self.halide_env
+ try:
+ if isinstance(env, str):
+ env = dict(x.split('=') for x in env.split())
+ elif isinstance(env, list):
+ env = dict(x.split('=') for x in env)
+ assert isinstance(env, dict)
+ except Exception as e:
+ if not isinstance(e, ValueError) \
+ and not isinstance(e, AssertionError):
+ raise
+ raise Errors.WafError(
+ "halide_env must be under the form" \
+ " {'HL_x':'a', 'HL_y':'b'}" \
+ " or ['HL_x=y', 'HL_y=b']" \
+ " or 'HL_x=y HL_y=b'")
+
+ src = self.to_nodes(self.source)
+ assert len(src) == 1, "Only one source expected"
+ src = src[0]
+
+ args = Utils.to_list(self.args)
+
+ def change_ext(src, ext):
+ # Return a node with a new extension, in an appropriate folder
+ name = src.name
+ xpos = src.name.rfind('.')
+ if xpos == -1:
+ xpos = len(src.name)
+ newname = name[:xpos] + ext
+ if src.is_child_of(bld.bldnode):
+ node = src.get_src().parent.find_or_declare(newname)
+ else:
+ node = bld.bldnode.find_or_declare(newname)
+ return node
+
+ def to_nodes(self, lst, path=None):
+ tmp = []
+ path = path or self.path
+ find = path.find_or_declare
+
+ if isinstance(lst, self.path.__class__):
+ lst = [lst]
+
+ for x in Utils.to_list(lst):
+ if isinstance(x, str):
+ node = find(x)
+ else:
+ node = x
+ tmp.append(node)
+ return tmp
+
+ tgt = to_nodes(self, self.target)
+ if not tgt:
+ tgt = [change_ext(src, '.o'), change_ext(src, '.h')]
+ cwd = tgt[0].parent.abspath()
+ task = self.create_task('run_halide_gen', src, tgt, cwd=cwd)
+ task.env.append_unique('HALIDE_ARGS', args)
+ if task.env.env == []:
+ task.env.env = {}
+ task.env.env.update(env)
+ task.env.HALIDE_ENV = " ".join(("%s=%s" % (k,v)) for (k,v) in sorted(env.items()))
+ task.env.HALIDE_ARGS = args
+
+ try:
+ self.compiled_tasks.append(task)
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.compiled_tasks = [task]
+ self.source = []
+
+def configure(conf):
+ if Options.options.halide_root is None:
+ conf.check_cfg(package='Halide', args='--cflags --libs')
+ else:
+ halide_root = Options.options.halide_root
+ conf.env.INCLUDES_HALIDE = [ os.path.join(halide_root, "include") ]
+ conf.env.LIBPATH_HALIDE = [ os.path.join(halide_root, "lib") ]
+ conf.env.LIB_HALIDE = ["Halide"]
+
+ # You might want to add this, while upstream doesn't fix it
+ #conf.env.LIB_HALIDE += ['ncurses', 'dl', 'pthread']
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--halide-root',
+ help="path to Halide include and lib files",
+ )
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/javatest.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/javatest.py
new file mode 100755
index 0000000..979b8d8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/javatest.py
@@ -0,0 +1,118 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Federico Pellegrin, 2017 (fedepell)
+
+"""
+Provides Java Unit test support using :py:class:`waflib.Tools.waf_unit_test.utest`
+task via the **javatest** feature.
+
+This gives the possibility to run unit test and have them integrated into the
+standard waf unit test environment. It has been tested with TestNG and JUnit
+but should be easily expandable to other frameworks given the flexibility of
+ut_str provided by the standard waf unit test environment.
+
+Example usage:
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.load('java waf_unit_test javatest')
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('java javatest')
+
+def build(bld):
+
+ [ ... mainprog is built here ... ]
+
+ bld(features = 'javac javatest',
+ srcdir = 'test/',
+ outdir = 'test',
+ sourcepath = ['test'],
+ classpath = [ 'src' ],
+ basedir = 'test',
+ use = ['JAVATEST', 'mainprog'], # mainprog is the program being tested in src/
+ ut_str = 'java -cp ${CLASSPATH} ${JTRUNNER} ${SRC}',
+ jtest_source = bld.path.ant_glob('test/*.xml'),
+ )
+
+
+At command line the CLASSPATH where to find the testing environment and the
+test runner (default TestNG) that will then be seen in the environment as
+CLASSPATH_JAVATEST (then used for use) and JTRUNNER and can be used for
+dependencies and ut_str generation.
+
+Example configure for TestNG:
+ waf configure --jtpath=/tmp/testng-6.12.jar:/tmp/jcommander-1.71.jar --jtrunner=org.testng.TestNG
+ or as default runner is TestNG:
+ waf configure --jtpath=/tmp/testng-6.12.jar:/tmp/jcommander-1.71.jar
+
+Example configure for JUnit:
+ waf configure --jtpath=/tmp/junit.jar --jtrunner=org.junit.runner.JUnitCore
+
+The runner class presence on the system is checked for at configuration stage.
+
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Options
+
+@TaskGen.feature('javatest')
+@TaskGen.after_method('apply_java', 'use_javac_files', 'set_classpath')
+def make_javatest(self):
+ """
+ Creates a ``utest`` task with a populated environment for Java Unit test execution
+
+ """
+ tsk = self.create_task('utest')
+ tsk.set_run_after(self.javac_task)
+
+ # Put test input files as waf_unit_test relies on that for some prints and log generation
+ # If jtest_source is there, this is specially useful for passing XML for TestNG
+ # that contain test specification, use that as inputs, otherwise test sources
+ if getattr(self, 'jtest_source', None):
+ tsk.inputs = self.to_nodes(self.jtest_source)
+ else:
+ if self.javac_task.srcdir[0].exists():
+ tsk.inputs = self.javac_task.srcdir[0].ant_glob('**/*.java', remove=False)
+
+ if getattr(self, 'ut_str', None):
+ self.ut_run, lst = Task.compile_fun(self.ut_str, shell=getattr(self, 'ut_shell', False))
+ tsk.vars = lst + tsk.vars
+
+ if getattr(self, 'ut_cwd', None):
+ if isinstance(self.ut_cwd, str):
+ # we want a Node instance
+ if os.path.isabs(self.ut_cwd):
+ self.ut_cwd = self.bld.root.make_node(self.ut_cwd)
+ else:
+ self.ut_cwd = self.path.make_node(self.ut_cwd)
+ else:
+ self.ut_cwd = self.bld.bldnode
+
+ # Get parent CLASSPATH and add output dir of test, we run from wscript dir
+ # We have to change it from list to the standard java -cp format (: separated)
+ tsk.env.CLASSPATH = ':'.join(self.env.CLASSPATH) + ':' + self.outdir.abspath()
+
+ if not self.ut_cwd.exists():
+ self.ut_cwd.mkdir()
+
+ if not hasattr(self, 'ut_env'):
+ self.ut_env = dict(os.environ)
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ cp = ctx.env.CLASSPATH or '.'
+ if getattr(Options.options, 'jtpath', None):
+ ctx.env.CLASSPATH_JAVATEST = getattr(Options.options, 'jtpath').split(':')
+ cp += ':' + getattr(Options.options, 'jtpath')
+
+ if getattr(Options.options, 'jtrunner', None):
+ ctx.env.JTRUNNER = getattr(Options.options, 'jtrunner')
+
+ if ctx.check_java_class(ctx.env.JTRUNNER, with_classpath=cp):
+ ctx.fatal('Could not run test class %r' % ctx.env.JTRUNNER)
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--jtpath', action='store', default='', dest='jtpath',
+ help='Path to jar(s) needed for javatest execution, colon separated, if not in the system CLASSPATH')
+ opt.add_option('--jtrunner', action='store', default='org.testng.TestNG', dest='jtrunner',
+ help='Class to run javatest test [default: org.testng.TestNG]')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/kde4.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/kde4.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..aed9bfb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/kde4.py
@@ -0,0 +1,93 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+Support for the KDE4 libraries and msgfmt
+"""
+
+import os, re
+from waflib import Task, Utils
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature
+
+@feature('msgfmt')
+def apply_msgfmt(self):
+ """
+ Process all languages to create .mo files and to install them::
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(features='msgfmt', langs='es de fr', appname='myapp', install_path='${KDE4_LOCALE_INSTALL_DIR}')
+ """
+ for lang in self.to_list(self.langs):
+ node = self.path.find_resource(lang+'.po')
+ task = self.create_task('msgfmt', node, node.change_ext('.mo'))
+
+ langname = lang.split('/')
+ langname = langname[-1]
+
+ inst = getattr(self, 'install_path', '${KDE4_LOCALE_INSTALL_DIR}')
+
+ self.add_install_as(
+ inst_to = inst + os.sep + langname + os.sep + 'LC_MESSAGES' + os.sep + getattr(self, 'appname', 'set_your_appname') + '.mo',
+ inst_from = task.outputs[0],
+ chmod = getattr(self, 'chmod', Utils.O644))
+
+class msgfmt(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Transform .po files into .mo files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${MSGFMT} ${SRC} -o ${TGT}'
+
+def configure(self):
+ """
+ Detect kde4-config and set various variables for the *use* system::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_cxx kde4')
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx kde4')
+ def build(bld):
+ bld.program(source='main.c', target='app', use='KDECORE KIO KHTML')
+ """
+ kdeconfig = self.find_program('kde4-config')
+ prefix = self.cmd_and_log(kdeconfig + ['--prefix']).strip()
+ fname = '%s/share/apps/cmake/modules/KDELibsDependencies.cmake' % prefix
+ try:
+ os.stat(fname)
+ except OSError:
+ fname = '%s/share/kde4/apps/cmake/modules/KDELibsDependencies.cmake' % prefix
+ try:
+ os.stat(fname)
+ except OSError:
+ self.fatal('could not open %s' % fname)
+
+ try:
+ txt = Utils.readf(fname)
+ except EnvironmentError:
+ self.fatal('could not read %s' % fname)
+
+ txt = txt.replace('\\\n', '\n')
+ fu = re.compile('#(.*)\n')
+ txt = fu.sub('', txt)
+
+ setregexp = re.compile(r'([sS][eE][tT]\s*\()\s*([^\s]+)\s+\"([^"]+)\"\)')
+ found = setregexp.findall(txt)
+
+ for (_, key, val) in found:
+ #print key, val
+ self.env[key] = val
+
+ # well well, i could just write an interpreter for cmake files
+ self.env['LIB_KDECORE']= ['kdecore']
+ self.env['LIB_KDEUI'] = ['kdeui']
+ self.env['LIB_KIO'] = ['kio']
+ self.env['LIB_KHTML'] = ['khtml']
+ self.env['LIB_KPARTS'] = ['kparts']
+
+ self.env['LIBPATH_KDECORE'] = [os.path.join(self.env.KDE4_LIB_INSTALL_DIR, 'kde4', 'devel'), self.env.KDE4_LIB_INSTALL_DIR]
+ self.env['INCLUDES_KDECORE'] = [self.env['KDE4_INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR']]
+ self.env.append_value('INCLUDES_KDECORE', [self.env['KDE4_INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR']+ os.sep + 'KDE'])
+
+ self.find_program('msgfmt', var='MSGFMT')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/local_rpath.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/local_rpath.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b2507e1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/local_rpath.py
@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2011 (ita)
+
+from waflib.TaskGen import after_method, feature
+
+@after_method('propagate_uselib_vars')
+@feature('cprogram', 'cshlib', 'cxxprogram', 'cxxshlib', 'fcprogram', 'fcshlib')
+def add_rpath_stuff(self):
+ all = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'use', []))
+ while all:
+ name = all.pop()
+ try:
+ tg = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name(name)
+ except:
+ continue
+ self.env.append_value('RPATH', tg.link_task.outputs[0].parent.abspath())
+ all.extend(self.to_list(getattr(tg, 'use', [])))
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/lv2.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/lv2.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ffcb2e7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/lv2.py
@@ -0,0 +1,75 @@
+import os
+import sys
+
+from waflib import Logs
+from waflib import Options
+
+def options(opt):
+ conf_opts = opt.get_option_group('Configuration options')
+ conf_opts.add_option('--lv2-user', action='store_true', default=False, dest='lv2_user',
+ help='install LV2 bundles to user location')
+ conf_opts.add_option('--lv2dir', type='string',
+ help='LV2 bundles [Default: LIBDIR/lv2]')
+
+def register_lv2_path(conf, path):
+ """Return the default LV2_PATH to use for this system"""
+ if 'LV2_PATH' not in conf.run_env and 'LV2_PATH' not in os.environ:
+ conf.run_env['LV2_PATH'] = [conf.env['LV2DIR']]
+
+ conf.run_env.append_unique('LV2_PATH', path)
+
+def default_lv2_path(conf):
+ """Return the default LV2_PATH for the build target as a list"""
+ if conf.env.DEST_OS == 'darwin':
+ return ['~/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/LV2',
+ '~/.lv2',
+ '/usr/local/lib/lv2',
+ '/usr/lib/lv2',
+ '/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/LV2']
+ elif conf.env.DEST_OS == 'haiku':
+ return ['~/.lv2',
+ '/boot/common/add-ons/lv2']
+ elif conf.env.DEST_OS == 'win32':
+ return ['%APPDATA%\\\\LV2',
+ '%COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\\\\LV2']
+ else:
+ libdirname = os.path.basename(conf.env.LIBDIR)
+ return ['~/.lv2',
+ '/usr/%s/lv2' % libdirname,
+ '/usr/local/%s/lv2' % libdirname]
+
+def configure(conf):
+ def env_path(parent_dir_var, name):
+ parent = os.getenv(parent_dir_var)
+ if parent:
+ return os.path.join(parent, name)
+ else:
+ Logs.warn('Environment variable %s unset, using LIBDIR\n' % parent_dir_var)
+ return os.path.join(conf.env['LIBDIR'], name)
+
+ def normpath(path):
+ if sys.platform == 'win32':
+ return os.path.normpath(path).replace('\\', '/')
+ else:
+ return os.path.normpath(path)
+
+ if Options.options.lv2dir:
+ conf.env['LV2DIR'] = Options.options.lv2dir
+ elif Options.options.lv2_user:
+ if conf.env.DEST_OS == 'darwin':
+ conf.env['LV2DIR'] = env_path('HOME', 'Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/LV2')
+ elif conf.env.DEST_OS == 'win32':
+ conf.env['LV2DIR'] = env_path('APPDATA', 'LV2')
+ else:
+ conf.env['LV2DIR'] = env_path('HOME', '.lv2')
+ else:
+ if conf.env.DEST_OS == 'darwin':
+ conf.env['LV2DIR'] = '/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/LV2'
+ elif conf.env.DEST_OS == 'win32':
+ conf.env['LV2DIR'] = env_path('COMMONPROGRAMFILES', 'LV2')
+ else:
+ conf.env['LV2DIR'] = os.path.join(conf.env['LIBDIR'], 'lv2')
+
+ # Add default LV2_PATH to runtime environment for tests that use plugins
+ if 'LV2_PATH' not in os.environ:
+ conf.run_env['LV2_PATH'] = default_lv2_path(conf)
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/make.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/make.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..933d9ca
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/make.py
@@ -0,0 +1,142 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2011 (ita)
+
+"""
+A make-like way of executing the build, following the relationships between inputs/outputs
+
+This algorithm will lead to slower builds, will not be as flexible as "waf build", but
+it might be useful for building data files (?)
+
+It is likely to break in the following cases:
+- files are created dynamically (no inputs or outputs)
+- headers
+- building two files from different groups
+"""
+
+import re
+from waflib import Options, Task
+from waflib.Build import BuildContext
+
+class MakeContext(BuildContext):
+ '''executes tasks in a step-by-step manner, following dependencies between inputs/outputs'''
+ cmd = 'make'
+ fun = 'build'
+
+ def __init__(self, **kw):
+ super(MakeContext, self).__init__(**kw)
+ self.files = Options.options.files
+
+ def get_build_iterator(self):
+ if not self.files:
+ while 1:
+ yield super(MakeContext, self).get_build_iterator()
+
+ for g in self.groups:
+ for tg in g:
+ try:
+ f = tg.post
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ f()
+
+ provides = {}
+ uses = {}
+ all_tasks = []
+ tasks = []
+ for pat in self.files.split(','):
+ matcher = self.get_matcher(pat)
+ for tg in g:
+ if isinstance(tg, Task.Task):
+ lst = [tg]
+ else:
+ lst = tg.tasks
+ for tsk in lst:
+ all_tasks.append(tsk)
+
+ do_exec = False
+ for node in tsk.inputs:
+ try:
+ uses[node].append(tsk)
+ except:
+ uses[node] = [tsk]
+
+ if matcher(node, output=False):
+ do_exec = True
+ break
+
+ for node in tsk.outputs:
+ try:
+ provides[node].append(tsk)
+ except:
+ provides[node] = [tsk]
+
+ if matcher(node, output=True):
+ do_exec = True
+ break
+ if do_exec:
+ tasks.append(tsk)
+
+ # so we have the tasks that we need to process, the list of all tasks,
+ # the map of the tasks providing nodes, and the map of tasks using nodes
+
+ if not tasks:
+ # if there are no tasks matching, return everything in the current group
+ result = all_tasks
+ else:
+ # this is like a big filter...
+ result = set()
+ seen = set()
+ cur = set(tasks)
+ while cur:
+ result |= cur
+ tosee = set()
+ for tsk in cur:
+ for node in tsk.inputs:
+ if node in seen:
+ continue
+ seen.add(node)
+ tosee |= set(provides.get(node, []))
+ cur = tosee
+ result = list(result)
+
+ Task.set_file_constraints(result)
+ Task.set_precedence_constraints(result)
+ yield result
+
+ while 1:
+ yield []
+
+ def get_matcher(self, pat):
+ # this returns a function
+ inn = True
+ out = True
+ if pat.startswith('in:'):
+ out = False
+ pat = pat.replace('in:', '')
+ elif pat.startswith('out:'):
+ inn = False
+ pat = pat.replace('out:', '')
+
+ anode = self.root.find_node(pat)
+ pattern = None
+ if not anode:
+ if not pat.startswith('^'):
+ pat = '^.+?%s' % pat
+ if not pat.endswith('$'):
+ pat = '%s$' % pat
+ pattern = re.compile(pat)
+
+ def match(node, output):
+ if output and not out:
+ return False
+ if not output and not inn:
+ return False
+
+ if anode:
+ return anode == node
+ else:
+ return pattern.match(node.abspath())
+ return match
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/midl.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/midl.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..43e6cf9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/midl.py
@@ -0,0 +1,69 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# Issue 1185 ultrix gmail com
+
+"""
+Microsoft Interface Definition Language support. Given ComObject.idl, this tool
+will generate ComObject.tlb ComObject_i.h ComObject_i.c ComObject_p.c and dlldata.c
+
+To declare targets using midl::
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('msvc')
+ conf.load('midl')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(
+ features='c cshlib',
+ # Note: ComObject_i.c is generated from ComObject.idl
+ source = 'main.c ComObject.idl ComObject_i.c',
+ target = 'ComObject.dll')
+"""
+
+from waflib import Task, Utils
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method
+import os
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['midl'], var='MIDL')
+
+ conf.env.MIDLFLAGS = [
+ '/nologo',
+ '/D',
+ '_DEBUG',
+ '/W1',
+ '/char',
+ 'signed',
+ '/Oicf',
+ ]
+
+@feature('c', 'cxx')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def idl_file(self):
+ # Do this before process_source so that the generated header can be resolved
+ # when scanning source dependencies.
+ idl_nodes = []
+ src_nodes = []
+ for node in Utils.to_list(self.source):
+ if str(node).endswith('.idl'):
+ idl_nodes.append(node)
+ else:
+ src_nodes.append(node)
+
+ for node in self.to_nodes(idl_nodes):
+ t = node.change_ext('.tlb')
+ h = node.change_ext('_i.h')
+ c = node.change_ext('_i.c')
+ p = node.change_ext('_p.c')
+ d = node.parent.find_or_declare('dlldata.c')
+ self.create_task('midl', node, [t, h, c, p, d])
+
+ self.source = src_nodes
+
+class midl(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Compile idl files
+ """
+ color = 'YELLOW'
+ run_str = '${MIDL} ${MIDLFLAGS} ${CPPPATH_ST:INCLUDES} /tlb ${TGT[0].bldpath()} /header ${TGT[1].bldpath()} /iid ${TGT[2].bldpath()} /proxy ${TGT[3].bldpath()} /dlldata ${TGT[4].bldpath()} ${SRC}'
+ before = ['winrc']
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/msvcdeps.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/msvcdeps.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..fc1ecd4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/msvcdeps.py
@@ -0,0 +1,256 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Copyright Garmin International or its subsidiaries, 2012-2013
+
+'''
+Off-load dependency scanning from Python code to MSVC compiler
+
+This tool is safe to load in any environment; it will only activate the
+MSVC exploits when it finds that a particular taskgen uses MSVC to
+compile.
+
+Empirical testing shows about a 10% execution time savings from using
+this tool as compared to c_preproc.
+
+The technique of gutting scan() and pushing the dependency calculation
+down to post_run() is cribbed from gccdeps.py.
+
+This affects the cxx class, so make sure to load Qt5 after this tool.
+
+Usage::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_cxx')
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx msvcdeps')
+'''
+
+import os, sys, tempfile, threading
+
+from waflib import Context, Errors, Logs, Task, Utils
+from waflib.Tools import c_preproc, c, cxx, msvc
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method
+
+lock = threading.Lock()
+nodes = {} # Cache the path -> Node lookup
+
+PREPROCESSOR_FLAG = '/showIncludes'
+INCLUDE_PATTERN = 'Note: including file:'
+
+# Extensible by outside tools
+supported_compilers = ['msvc']
+
+@feature('c', 'cxx')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def apply_msvcdeps_flags(taskgen):
+ if taskgen.env.CC_NAME not in supported_compilers:
+ return
+
+ for flag in ('CFLAGS', 'CXXFLAGS'):
+ if taskgen.env.get_flat(flag).find(PREPROCESSOR_FLAG) < 0:
+ taskgen.env.append_value(flag, PREPROCESSOR_FLAG)
+
+ # Figure out what casing conventions the user's shell used when
+ # launching Waf
+ (drive, _) = os.path.splitdrive(taskgen.bld.srcnode.abspath())
+ taskgen.msvcdeps_drive_lowercase = drive == drive.lower()
+
+def path_to_node(base_node, path, cached_nodes):
+ # Take the base node and the path and return a node
+ # Results are cached because searching the node tree is expensive
+ # The following code is executed by threads, it is not safe, so a lock is needed...
+ if getattr(path, '__hash__'):
+ node_lookup_key = (base_node, path)
+ else:
+ # Not hashable, assume it is a list and join into a string
+ node_lookup_key = (base_node, os.path.sep.join(path))
+ try:
+ lock.acquire()
+ node = cached_nodes[node_lookup_key]
+ except KeyError:
+ node = base_node.find_resource(path)
+ cached_nodes[node_lookup_key] = node
+ finally:
+ lock.release()
+ return node
+
+def post_run(self):
+ if self.env.CC_NAME not in supported_compilers:
+ return super(self.derived_msvcdeps, self).post_run()
+
+ # TODO this is unlikely to work with netcache
+ if getattr(self, 'cached', None):
+ return Task.Task.post_run(self)
+
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ unresolved_names = []
+ resolved_nodes = []
+
+ lowercase = self.generator.msvcdeps_drive_lowercase
+ correct_case_path = bld.path.abspath()
+ correct_case_path_len = len(correct_case_path)
+ correct_case_path_norm = os.path.normcase(correct_case_path)
+
+ # Dynamically bind to the cache
+ try:
+ cached_nodes = bld.cached_nodes
+ except AttributeError:
+ cached_nodes = bld.cached_nodes = {}
+
+ for path in self.msvcdeps_paths:
+ node = None
+ if os.path.isabs(path):
+ # Force drive letter to match conventions of main source tree
+ drive, tail = os.path.splitdrive(path)
+
+ if os.path.normcase(path[:correct_case_path_len]) == correct_case_path_norm:
+ # Path is in the sandbox, force it to be correct. MSVC sometimes returns a lowercase path.
+ path = correct_case_path + path[correct_case_path_len:]
+ else:
+ # Check the drive letter
+ if lowercase and (drive != drive.lower()):
+ path = drive.lower() + tail
+ elif (not lowercase) and (drive != drive.upper()):
+ path = drive.upper() + tail
+ node = path_to_node(bld.root, path, cached_nodes)
+ else:
+ base_node = bld.bldnode
+ # when calling find_resource, make sure the path does not begin by '..'
+ path = [k for k in Utils.split_path(path) if k and k != '.']
+ while path[0] == '..':
+ path = path[1:]
+ base_node = base_node.parent
+
+ node = path_to_node(base_node, path, cached_nodes)
+
+ if not node:
+ raise ValueError('could not find %r for %r' % (path, self))
+ else:
+ if not c_preproc.go_absolute:
+ if not (node.is_child_of(bld.srcnode) or node.is_child_of(bld.bldnode)):
+ # System library
+ Logs.debug('msvcdeps: Ignoring system include %r', node)
+ continue
+
+ if id(node) == id(self.inputs[0]):
+ # Self-dependency
+ continue
+
+ resolved_nodes.append(node)
+
+ bld.node_deps[self.uid()] = resolved_nodes
+ bld.raw_deps[self.uid()] = unresolved_names
+
+ try:
+ del self.cache_sig
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+
+ Task.Task.post_run(self)
+
+def scan(self):
+ if self.env.CC_NAME not in supported_compilers:
+ return super(self.derived_msvcdeps, self).scan()
+
+ resolved_nodes = self.generator.bld.node_deps.get(self.uid(), [])
+ unresolved_names = []
+ return (resolved_nodes, unresolved_names)
+
+def sig_implicit_deps(self):
+ if self.env.CC_NAME not in supported_compilers:
+ return super(self.derived_msvcdeps, self).sig_implicit_deps()
+
+ try:
+ return Task.Task.sig_implicit_deps(self)
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ return Utils.SIG_NIL
+
+def exec_command(self, cmd, **kw):
+ if self.env.CC_NAME not in supported_compilers:
+ return super(self.derived_msvcdeps, self).exec_command(cmd, **kw)
+
+ if not 'cwd' in kw:
+ kw['cwd'] = self.get_cwd()
+
+ if self.env.PATH:
+ env = kw['env'] = dict(kw.get('env') or self.env.env or os.environ)
+ env['PATH'] = self.env.PATH if isinstance(self.env.PATH, str) else os.pathsep.join(self.env.PATH)
+
+ # The Visual Studio IDE adds an environment variable that causes
+ # the MS compiler to send its textual output directly to the
+ # debugging window rather than normal stdout/stderr.
+ #
+ # This is unrecoverably bad for this tool because it will cause
+ # all the dependency scanning to see an empty stdout stream and
+ # assume that the file being compiled uses no headers.
+ #
+ # See http://blogs.msdn.com/b/freik/archive/2006/04/05/569025.aspx
+ #
+ # Attempting to repair the situation by deleting the offending
+ # envvar at this point in tool execution will not be good enough--
+ # its presence poisons the 'waf configure' step earlier. We just
+ # want to put a sanity check here in order to help developers
+ # quickly diagnose the issue if an otherwise-good Waf tree
+ # is then executed inside the MSVS IDE.
+ assert 'VS_UNICODE_OUTPUT' not in kw['env']
+
+ cmd, args = self.split_argfile(cmd)
+ try:
+ (fd, tmp) = tempfile.mkstemp()
+ os.write(fd, '\r\n'.join(args).encode())
+ os.close(fd)
+
+ self.msvcdeps_paths = []
+ kw['env'] = kw.get('env', os.environ.copy())
+ kw['cwd'] = kw.get('cwd', os.getcwd())
+ kw['quiet'] = Context.STDOUT
+ kw['output'] = Context.STDOUT
+
+ out = []
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.debug('argfile: @%r -> %r', tmp, args)
+ try:
+ raw_out = self.generator.bld.cmd_and_log(cmd + ['@' + tmp], **kw)
+ ret = 0
+ except Errors.WafError as e:
+ raw_out = e.stdout
+ ret = e.returncode
+
+ for line in raw_out.splitlines():
+ if line.startswith(INCLUDE_PATTERN):
+ inc_path = line[len(INCLUDE_PATTERN):].strip()
+ Logs.debug('msvcdeps: Regex matched %s', inc_path)
+ self.msvcdeps_paths.append(inc_path)
+ else:
+ out.append(line)
+
+ # Pipe through the remaining stdout content (not related to /showIncludes)
+ if self.generator.bld.logger:
+ self.generator.bld.logger.debug('out: %s' % os.linesep.join(out))
+ else:
+ sys.stdout.write(os.linesep.join(out) + os.linesep)
+
+ return ret
+ finally:
+ try:
+ os.remove(tmp)
+ except OSError:
+ # anti-virus and indexers can keep files open -_-
+ pass
+
+
+def wrap_compiled_task(classname):
+ derived_class = type(classname, (Task.classes[classname],), {})
+ derived_class.derived_msvcdeps = derived_class
+ derived_class.post_run = post_run
+ derived_class.scan = scan
+ derived_class.sig_implicit_deps = sig_implicit_deps
+ derived_class.exec_command = exec_command
+
+for k in ('c', 'cxx'):
+ if k in Task.classes:
+ wrap_compiled_task(k)
+
+def options(opt):
+ raise ValueError('Do not load msvcdeps options')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/msvs.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/msvs.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8aa2db0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/msvs.py
@@ -0,0 +1,1048 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Avalanche Studios 2009-2011
+# Thomas Nagy 2011
+
+"""
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+are met:
+
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+ notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+ documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
+ derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
+DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
+INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
+(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
+SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
+STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
+IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
+POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+"""
+
+"""
+To add this tool to your project:
+def options(conf):
+ opt.load('msvs')
+
+It can be a good idea to add the sync_exec tool too.
+
+To generate solution files:
+$ waf configure msvs
+
+To customize the outputs, provide subclasses in your wscript files::
+
+ from waflib.extras import msvs
+ class vsnode_target(msvs.vsnode_target):
+ def get_build_command(self, props):
+ # likely to be required
+ return "waf.bat build"
+ def collect_source(self):
+ # likely to be required
+ ...
+ class msvs_bar(msvs.msvs_generator):
+ def init(self):
+ msvs.msvs_generator.init(self)
+ self.vsnode_target = vsnode_target
+
+The msvs class re-uses the same build() function for reading the targets (task generators),
+you may therefore specify msvs settings on the context object::
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld.solution_name = 'foo.sln'
+ bld.waf_command = 'waf.bat'
+ bld.projects_dir = bld.srcnode.make_node('.depproj')
+ bld.projects_dir.mkdir()
+
+For visual studio 2008, the command is called 'msvs2008', and the classes
+such as vsnode_target are wrapped by a decorator class 'wrap_2008' to
+provide special functionality.
+
+To customize platform toolsets, pass additional parameters, for example::
+
+ class msvs_2013(msvs.msvs_generator):
+ cmd = 'msvs2013'
+ numver = '13.00'
+ vsver = '2013'
+ platform_toolset_ver = 'v120'
+
+ASSUMPTIONS:
+* a project can be either a directory or a target, vcxproj files are written only for targets that have source files
+* each project is a vcxproj file, therefore the project uuid needs only to be a hash of the absolute path
+"""
+
+import os, re, sys
+import uuid # requires python 2.5
+from waflib.Build import BuildContext
+from waflib import Utils, TaskGen, Logs, Task, Context, Node, Options
+
+HEADERS_GLOB = '**/(*.h|*.hpp|*.H|*.inl)'
+
+PROJECT_TEMPLATE = r'''<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<Project DefaultTargets="Build" ToolsVersion="4.0"
+ xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003">
+
+ <ItemGroup Label="ProjectConfigurations">
+ ${for b in project.build_properties}
+ <ProjectConfiguration Include="${b.configuration}|${b.platform}">
+ <Configuration>${b.configuration}</Configuration>
+ <Platform>${b.platform}</Platform>
+ </ProjectConfiguration>
+ ${endfor}
+ </ItemGroup>
+
+ <PropertyGroup Label="Globals">
+ <ProjectGuid>{${project.uuid}}</ProjectGuid>
+ <Keyword>MakeFileProj</Keyword>
+ <ProjectName>${project.name}</ProjectName>
+ </PropertyGroup>
+ <Import Project="$(VCTargetsPath)\Microsoft.Cpp.Default.props" />
+
+ ${for b in project.build_properties}
+ <PropertyGroup Condition="'$(Configuration)|$(Platform)'=='${b.configuration}|${b.platform}'" Label="Configuration">
+ <ConfigurationType>Makefile</ConfigurationType>
+ <OutDir>${b.outdir}</OutDir>
+ <PlatformToolset>${project.platform_toolset_ver}</PlatformToolset>
+ </PropertyGroup>
+ ${endfor}
+
+ <Import Project="$(VCTargetsPath)\Microsoft.Cpp.props" />
+ <ImportGroup Label="ExtensionSettings">
+ </ImportGroup>
+
+ ${for b in project.build_properties}
+ <ImportGroup Label="PropertySheets" Condition="'$(Configuration)|$(Platform)'=='${b.configuration}|${b.platform}'">
+ <Import Project="$(UserRootDir)\Microsoft.Cpp.$(Platform).user.props" Condition="exists('$(UserRootDir)\Microsoft.Cpp.$(Platform).user.props')" Label="LocalAppDataPlatform" />
+ </ImportGroup>
+ ${endfor}
+
+ ${for b in project.build_properties}
+ <PropertyGroup Condition="'$(Configuration)|$(Platform)'=='${b.configuration}|${b.platform}'">
+ <NMakeBuildCommandLine>${xml:project.get_build_command(b)}</NMakeBuildCommandLine>
+ <NMakeReBuildCommandLine>${xml:project.get_rebuild_command(b)}</NMakeReBuildCommandLine>
+ <NMakeCleanCommandLine>${xml:project.get_clean_command(b)}</NMakeCleanCommandLine>
+ <NMakeIncludeSearchPath>${xml:b.includes_search_path}</NMakeIncludeSearchPath>
+ <NMakePreprocessorDefinitions>${xml:b.preprocessor_definitions};$(NMakePreprocessorDefinitions)</NMakePreprocessorDefinitions>
+ <IncludePath>${xml:b.includes_search_path}</IncludePath>
+ <ExecutablePath>$(ExecutablePath)</ExecutablePath>
+
+ ${if getattr(b, 'output_file', None)}
+ <NMakeOutput>${xml:b.output_file}</NMakeOutput>
+ ${endif}
+ ${if getattr(b, 'deploy_dir', None)}
+ <RemoteRoot>${xml:b.deploy_dir}</RemoteRoot>
+ ${endif}
+ </PropertyGroup>
+ ${endfor}
+
+ ${for b in project.build_properties}
+ ${if getattr(b, 'deploy_dir', None)}
+ <ItemDefinitionGroup Condition="'$(Configuration)|$(Platform)'=='${b.configuration}|${b.platform}'">
+ <Deploy>
+ <DeploymentType>CopyToHardDrive</DeploymentType>
+ </Deploy>
+ </ItemDefinitionGroup>
+ ${endif}
+ ${endfor}
+
+ <ItemGroup>
+ ${for x in project.source}
+ <${project.get_key(x)} Include='${x.win32path()}' />
+ ${endfor}
+ </ItemGroup>
+ <Import Project="$(VCTargetsPath)\Microsoft.Cpp.targets" />
+ <ImportGroup Label="ExtensionTargets">
+ </ImportGroup>
+</Project>
+'''
+
+FILTER_TEMPLATE = '''<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<Project ToolsVersion="4.0" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003">
+ <ItemGroup>
+ ${for x in project.source}
+ <${project.get_key(x)} Include="${x.win32path()}">
+ <Filter>${project.get_filter_name(x.parent)}</Filter>
+ </${project.get_key(x)}>
+ ${endfor}
+ </ItemGroup>
+ <ItemGroup>
+ ${for x in project.dirs()}
+ <Filter Include="${project.get_filter_name(x)}">
+ <UniqueIdentifier>{${project.make_uuid(x.win32path())}}</UniqueIdentifier>
+ </Filter>
+ ${endfor}
+ </ItemGroup>
+</Project>
+'''
+
+PROJECT_2008_TEMPLATE = r'''<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<VisualStudioProject ProjectType="Visual C++" Version="9,00"
+ Name="${xml: project.name}" ProjectGUID="{${project.uuid}}"
+ Keyword="MakeFileProj"
+ TargetFrameworkVersion="196613">
+ <Platforms>
+ ${if project.build_properties}
+ ${for b in project.build_properties}
+ <Platform Name="${xml: b.platform}" />
+ ${endfor}
+ ${else}
+ <Platform Name="Win32" />
+ ${endif}
+ </Platforms>
+ <ToolFiles>
+ </ToolFiles>
+ <Configurations>
+ ${if project.build_properties}
+ ${for b in project.build_properties}
+ <Configuration
+ Name="${xml: b.configuration}|${xml: b.platform}"
+ IntermediateDirectory="$ConfigurationName"
+ OutputDirectory="${xml: b.outdir}"
+ ConfigurationType="0">
+ <Tool
+ Name="VCNMakeTool"
+ BuildCommandLine="${xml: project.get_build_command(b)}"
+ ReBuildCommandLine="${xml: project.get_rebuild_command(b)}"
+ CleanCommandLine="${xml: project.get_clean_command(b)}"
+ ${if getattr(b, 'output_file', None)}
+ Output="${xml: b.output_file}"
+ ${endif}
+ PreprocessorDefinitions="${xml: b.preprocessor_definitions}"
+ IncludeSearchPath="${xml: b.includes_search_path}"
+ ForcedIncludes=""
+ ForcedUsingAssemblies=""
+ AssemblySearchPath=""
+ CompileAsManaged=""
+ />
+ </Configuration>
+ ${endfor}
+ ${else}
+ <Configuration Name="Release|Win32" >
+ </Configuration>
+ ${endif}
+ </Configurations>
+ <References>
+ </References>
+ <Files>
+${project.display_filter()}
+ </Files>
+</VisualStudioProject>
+'''
+
+SOLUTION_TEMPLATE = '''Microsoft Visual Studio Solution File, Format Version ${project.numver}
+# Visual Studio ${project.vsver}
+${for p in project.all_projects}
+Project("{${p.ptype()}}") = "${p.name}", "${p.title}", "{${p.uuid}}"
+EndProject${endfor}
+Global
+ GlobalSection(SolutionConfigurationPlatforms) = preSolution
+ ${if project.all_projects}
+ ${for (configuration, platform) in project.all_projects[0].ctx.project_configurations()}
+ ${configuration}|${platform} = ${configuration}|${platform}
+ ${endfor}
+ ${endif}
+ EndGlobalSection
+ GlobalSection(ProjectConfigurationPlatforms) = postSolution
+ ${for p in project.all_projects}
+ ${if hasattr(p, 'source')}
+ ${for b in p.build_properties}
+ {${p.uuid}}.${b.configuration}|${b.platform}.ActiveCfg = ${b.configuration}|${b.platform}
+ ${if getattr(p, 'is_active', None)}
+ {${p.uuid}}.${b.configuration}|${b.platform}.Build.0 = ${b.configuration}|${b.platform}
+ ${endif}
+ ${if getattr(p, 'is_deploy', None)}
+ {${p.uuid}}.${b.configuration}|${b.platform}.Deploy.0 = ${b.configuration}|${b.platform}
+ ${endif}
+ ${endfor}
+ ${endif}
+ ${endfor}
+ EndGlobalSection
+ GlobalSection(SolutionProperties) = preSolution
+ HideSolutionNode = FALSE
+ EndGlobalSection
+ GlobalSection(NestedProjects) = preSolution
+ ${for p in project.all_projects}
+ ${if p.parent}
+ {${p.uuid}} = {${p.parent.uuid}}
+ ${endif}
+ ${endfor}
+ EndGlobalSection
+EndGlobal
+'''
+
+COMPILE_TEMPLATE = '''def f(project):
+ lst = []
+ def xml_escape(value):
+ return value.replace("&", "&amp;").replace('"', "&quot;").replace("'", "&apos;").replace("<", "&lt;").replace(">", "&gt;")
+
+ %s
+
+ #f = open('cmd.txt', 'w')
+ #f.write(str(lst))
+ #f.close()
+ return ''.join(lst)
+'''
+reg_act = re.compile(r"(?P<backslash>\\)|(?P<dollar>\$\$)|(?P<subst>\$\{(?P<code>[^}]*?)\})", re.M)
+def compile_template(line):
+ """
+ Compile a template expression into a python function (like jsps, but way shorter)
+ """
+ extr = []
+ def repl(match):
+ g = match.group
+ if g('dollar'):
+ return "$"
+ elif g('backslash'):
+ return "\\"
+ elif g('subst'):
+ extr.append(g('code'))
+ return "<<|@|>>"
+ return None
+
+ line2 = reg_act.sub(repl, line)
+ params = line2.split('<<|@|>>')
+ assert(extr)
+
+
+ indent = 0
+ buf = []
+ app = buf.append
+
+ def app(txt):
+ buf.append(indent * '\t' + txt)
+
+ for x in range(len(extr)):
+ if params[x]:
+ app("lst.append(%r)" % params[x])
+
+ f = extr[x]
+ if f.startswith(('if', 'for')):
+ app(f + ':')
+ indent += 1
+ elif f.startswith('py:'):
+ app(f[3:])
+ elif f.startswith(('endif', 'endfor')):
+ indent -= 1
+ elif f.startswith(('else', 'elif')):
+ indent -= 1
+ app(f + ':')
+ indent += 1
+ elif f.startswith('xml:'):
+ app('lst.append(xml_escape(%s))' % f[4:])
+ else:
+ #app('lst.append((%s) or "cannot find %s")' % (f, f))
+ app('lst.append(%s)' % f)
+
+ if extr:
+ if params[-1]:
+ app("lst.append(%r)" % params[-1])
+
+ fun = COMPILE_TEMPLATE % "\n\t".join(buf)
+ #print(fun)
+ return Task.funex(fun)
+
+
+re_blank = re.compile('(\n|\r|\\s)*\n', re.M)
+def rm_blank_lines(txt):
+ txt = re_blank.sub('\r\n', txt)
+ return txt
+
+BOM = '\xef\xbb\xbf'
+try:
+ BOM = bytes(BOM, 'latin-1') # python 3
+except TypeError:
+ pass
+
+def stealth_write(self, data, flags='wb'):
+ try:
+ unicode
+ except NameError:
+ data = data.encode('utf-8') # python 3
+ else:
+ data = data.decode(sys.getfilesystemencoding(), 'replace')
+ data = data.encode('utf-8')
+
+ if self.name.endswith(('.vcproj', '.vcxproj')):
+ data = BOM + data
+
+ try:
+ txt = self.read(flags='rb')
+ if txt != data:
+ raise ValueError('must write')
+ except (IOError, ValueError):
+ self.write(data, flags=flags)
+ else:
+ Logs.debug('msvs: skipping %s', self.win32path())
+Node.Node.stealth_write = stealth_write
+
+re_win32 = re.compile(r'^([/\\]cygdrive)?[/\\]([a-z])([^a-z0-9_-].*)', re.I)
+def win32path(self):
+ p = self.abspath()
+ m = re_win32.match(p)
+ if m:
+ return "%s:%s" % (m.group(2).upper(), m.group(3))
+ return p
+Node.Node.win32path = win32path
+
+re_quote = re.compile("[^a-zA-Z0-9-]")
+def quote(s):
+ return re_quote.sub("_", s)
+
+def xml_escape(value):
+ return value.replace("&", "&amp;").replace('"', "&quot;").replace("'", "&apos;").replace("<", "&lt;").replace(">", "&gt;")
+
+def make_uuid(v, prefix = None):
+ """
+ simple utility function
+ """
+ if isinstance(v, dict):
+ keys = list(v.keys())
+ keys.sort()
+ tmp = str([(k, v[k]) for k in keys])
+ else:
+ tmp = str(v)
+ d = Utils.md5(tmp.encode()).hexdigest().upper()
+ if prefix:
+ d = '%s%s' % (prefix, d[8:])
+ gid = uuid.UUID(d, version = 4)
+ return str(gid).upper()
+
+def diff(node, fromnode):
+ # difference between two nodes, but with "(..)" instead of ".."
+ c1 = node
+ c2 = fromnode
+
+ c1h = c1.height()
+ c2h = c2.height()
+
+ lst = []
+ up = 0
+
+ while c1h > c2h:
+ lst.append(c1.name)
+ c1 = c1.parent
+ c1h -= 1
+
+ while c2h > c1h:
+ up += 1
+ c2 = c2.parent
+ c2h -= 1
+
+ while id(c1) != id(c2):
+ lst.append(c1.name)
+ up += 1
+
+ c1 = c1.parent
+ c2 = c2.parent
+
+ for i in range(up):
+ lst.append('(..)')
+ lst.reverse()
+ return tuple(lst)
+
+class build_property(object):
+ pass
+
+class vsnode(object):
+ """
+ Abstract class representing visual studio elements
+ We assume that all visual studio nodes have a uuid and a parent
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx):
+ self.ctx = ctx # msvs context
+ self.name = '' # string, mandatory
+ self.vspath = '' # path in visual studio (name for dirs, absolute path for projects)
+ self.uuid = '' # string, mandatory
+ self.parent = None # parent node for visual studio nesting
+
+ def get_waf(self):
+ """
+ Override in subclasses...
+ """
+ return 'cd /d "%s" & %s' % (self.ctx.srcnode.win32path(), getattr(self.ctx, 'waf_command', 'waf.bat'))
+
+ def ptype(self):
+ """
+ Return a special uuid for projects written in the solution file
+ """
+ pass
+
+ def write(self):
+ """
+ Write the project file, by default, do nothing
+ """
+ pass
+
+ def make_uuid(self, val):
+ """
+ Alias for creating uuid values easily (the templates cannot access global variables)
+ """
+ return make_uuid(val)
+
+class vsnode_vsdir(vsnode):
+ """
+ Nodes representing visual studio folders (which do not match the filesystem tree!)
+ """
+ VS_GUID_SOLUTIONFOLDER = "2150E333-8FDC-42A3-9474-1A3956D46DE8"
+ def __init__(self, ctx, uuid, name, vspath=''):
+ vsnode.__init__(self, ctx)
+ self.title = self.name = name
+ self.uuid = uuid
+ self.vspath = vspath or name
+
+ def ptype(self):
+ return self.VS_GUID_SOLUTIONFOLDER
+
+class vsnode_project(vsnode):
+ """
+ Abstract class representing visual studio project elements
+ A project is assumed to be writable, and has a node representing the file to write to
+ """
+ VS_GUID_VCPROJ = "8BC9CEB8-8B4A-11D0-8D11-00A0C91BC942"
+ def ptype(self):
+ return self.VS_GUID_VCPROJ
+
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node):
+ vsnode.__init__(self, ctx)
+ self.path = node
+ self.uuid = make_uuid(node.win32path())
+ self.name = node.name
+ self.platform_toolset_ver = getattr(ctx, 'platform_toolset_ver', None)
+ self.title = self.path.win32path()
+ self.source = [] # list of node objects
+ self.build_properties = [] # list of properties (nmake commands, output dir, etc)
+
+ def dirs(self):
+ """
+ Get the list of parent folders of the source files (header files included)
+ for writing the filters
+ """
+ lst = []
+ def add(x):
+ if x.height() > self.tg.path.height() and x not in lst:
+ lst.append(x)
+ add(x.parent)
+ for x in self.source:
+ add(x.parent)
+ return lst
+
+ def write(self):
+ Logs.debug('msvs: creating %r', self.path)
+
+ # first write the project file
+ template1 = compile_template(PROJECT_TEMPLATE)
+ proj_str = template1(self)
+ proj_str = rm_blank_lines(proj_str)
+ self.path.stealth_write(proj_str)
+
+ # then write the filter
+ template2 = compile_template(FILTER_TEMPLATE)
+ filter_str = template2(self)
+ filter_str = rm_blank_lines(filter_str)
+ tmp = self.path.parent.make_node(self.path.name + '.filters')
+ tmp.stealth_write(filter_str)
+
+ def get_key(self, node):
+ """
+ required for writing the source files
+ """
+ name = node.name
+ if name.endswith(('.cpp', '.c')):
+ return 'ClCompile'
+ return 'ClInclude'
+
+ def collect_properties(self):
+ """
+ Returns a list of triplet (configuration, platform, output_directory)
+ """
+ ret = []
+ for c in self.ctx.configurations:
+ for p in self.ctx.platforms:
+ x = build_property()
+ x.outdir = ''
+
+ x.configuration = c
+ x.platform = p
+
+ x.preprocessor_definitions = ''
+ x.includes_search_path = ''
+
+ # can specify "deploy_dir" too
+ ret.append(x)
+ self.build_properties = ret
+
+ def get_build_params(self, props):
+ opt = '--execsolution=%s' % self.ctx.get_solution_node().win32path()
+ return (self.get_waf(), opt)
+
+ def get_build_command(self, props):
+ return "%s build %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_clean_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_rebuild_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean build %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_filter_name(self, node):
+ lst = diff(node, self.tg.path)
+ return '\\'.join(lst) or '.'
+
+class vsnode_alias(vsnode_project):
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node, name):
+ vsnode_project.__init__(self, ctx, node)
+ self.name = name
+ self.output_file = ''
+
+class vsnode_build_all(vsnode_alias):
+ """
+ Fake target used to emulate the behaviour of "make all" (starting one process by target is slow)
+ This is the only alias enabled by default
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node, name='build_all_projects'):
+ vsnode_alias.__init__(self, ctx, node, name)
+ self.is_active = True
+
+class vsnode_install_all(vsnode_alias):
+ """
+ Fake target used to emulate the behaviour of "make install"
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node, name='install_all_projects'):
+ vsnode_alias.__init__(self, ctx, node, name)
+
+ def get_build_command(self, props):
+ return "%s build install %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_clean_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+ def get_rebuild_command(self, props):
+ return "%s clean build install %s" % self.get_build_params(props)
+
+class vsnode_project_view(vsnode_alias):
+ """
+ Fake target used to emulate a file system view
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx, node, name='project_view'):
+ vsnode_alias.__init__(self, ctx, node, name)
+ self.tg = self.ctx() # fake one, cannot remove
+ self.exclude_files = Node.exclude_regs + '''
+waf-2*
+waf3-2*/**
+.waf-2*
+.waf3-2*/**
+**/*.sdf
+**/*.suo
+**/*.ncb
+**/%s
+ ''' % Options.lockfile
+
+ def collect_source(self):
+ # this is likely to be slow
+ self.source = self.ctx.srcnode.ant_glob('**', excl=self.exclude_files)
+
+ def get_build_command(self, props):
+ params = self.get_build_params(props) + (self.ctx.cmd,)
+ return "%s %s %s" % params
+
+ def get_clean_command(self, props):
+ return ""
+
+ def get_rebuild_command(self, props):
+ return self.get_build_command(props)
+
+class vsnode_target(vsnode_project):
+ """
+ Visual studio project representing a targets (programs, libraries, etc) and bound
+ to a task generator
+ """
+ def __init__(self, ctx, tg):
+ """
+ A project is more or less equivalent to a file/folder
+ """
+ base = getattr(ctx, 'projects_dir', None) or tg.path
+ node = base.make_node(quote(tg.name) + ctx.project_extension) # the project file as a Node
+ vsnode_project.__init__(self, ctx, node)
+ self.name = quote(tg.name)
+ self.tg = tg # task generator
+
+ def get_build_params(self, props):
+ """
+ Override the default to add the target name
+ """
+ opt = '--execsolution=%s' % self.ctx.get_solution_node().win32path()
+ if getattr(self, 'tg', None):
+ opt += " --targets=%s" % self.tg.name
+ return (self.get_waf(), opt)
+
+ def collect_source(self):
+ tg = self.tg
+ source_files = tg.to_nodes(getattr(tg, 'source', []))
+ include_dirs = Utils.to_list(getattr(tg, 'msvs_includes', []))
+ include_files = []
+ for x in include_dirs:
+ if isinstance(x, str):
+ x = tg.path.find_node(x)
+ if x:
+ lst = [y for y in x.ant_glob(HEADERS_GLOB, flat=False)]
+ include_files.extend(lst)
+
+ # remove duplicates
+ self.source.extend(list(set(source_files + include_files)))
+ self.source.sort(key=lambda x: x.win32path())
+
+ def collect_properties(self):
+ """
+ Visual studio projects are associated with platforms and configurations (for building especially)
+ """
+ super(vsnode_target, self).collect_properties()
+ for x in self.build_properties:
+ x.outdir = self.path.parent.win32path()
+ x.preprocessor_definitions = ''
+ x.includes_search_path = ''
+
+ try:
+ tsk = self.tg.link_task
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ x.output_file = tsk.outputs[0].win32path()
+ x.preprocessor_definitions = ';'.join(tsk.env.DEFINES)
+ x.includes_search_path = ';'.join(self.tg.env.INCPATHS)
+
+class msvs_generator(BuildContext):
+ '''generates a visual studio 2010 solution'''
+ cmd = 'msvs'
+ fun = 'build'
+ numver = '11.00' # Visual Studio Version Number
+ vsver = '2010' # Visual Studio Version Year
+ platform_toolset_ver = 'v110' # Platform Toolset Version Number
+
+ def init(self):
+ """
+ Some data that needs to be present
+ """
+ if not getattr(self, 'configurations', None):
+ self.configurations = ['Release'] # LocalRelease, RemoteDebug, etc
+ if not getattr(self, 'platforms', None):
+ self.platforms = ['Win32']
+ if not getattr(self, 'all_projects', None):
+ self.all_projects = []
+ if not getattr(self, 'project_extension', None):
+ self.project_extension = '.vcxproj'
+ if not getattr(self, 'projects_dir', None):
+ self.projects_dir = self.srcnode.make_node('.depproj')
+ self.projects_dir.mkdir()
+
+ # bind the classes to the object, so that subclass can provide custom generators
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_vsdir', None):
+ self.vsnode_vsdir = vsnode_vsdir
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_target', None):
+ self.vsnode_target = vsnode_target
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_build_all', None):
+ self.vsnode_build_all = vsnode_build_all
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_install_all', None):
+ self.vsnode_install_all = vsnode_install_all
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_project_view', None):
+ self.vsnode_project_view = vsnode_project_view
+
+ self.numver = self.__class__.numver
+ self.vsver = self.__class__.vsver
+ self.platform_toolset_ver = self.__class__.platform_toolset_ver
+
+ def execute(self):
+ """
+ Entry point
+ """
+ self.restore()
+ if not self.all_envs:
+ self.load_envs()
+ self.recurse([self.run_dir])
+
+ # user initialization
+ self.init()
+
+ # two phases for creating the solution
+ self.collect_projects() # add project objects into "self.all_projects"
+ self.write_files() # write the corresponding project and solution files
+
+ def collect_projects(self):
+ """
+ Fill the list self.all_projects with project objects
+ Fill the list of build targets
+ """
+ self.collect_targets()
+ self.add_aliases()
+ self.collect_dirs()
+ default_project = getattr(self, 'default_project', None)
+ def sortfun(x):
+ if x.name == default_project:
+ return ''
+ return getattr(x, 'path', None) and x.path.win32path() or x.name
+ self.all_projects.sort(key=sortfun)
+
+ def write_files(self):
+ """
+ Write the project and solution files from the data collected
+ so far. It is unlikely that you will want to change this
+ """
+ for p in self.all_projects:
+ p.write()
+
+ # and finally write the solution file
+ node = self.get_solution_node()
+ node.parent.mkdir()
+ Logs.warn('Creating %r', node)
+ template1 = compile_template(SOLUTION_TEMPLATE)
+ sln_str = template1(self)
+ sln_str = rm_blank_lines(sln_str)
+ node.stealth_write(sln_str)
+
+ def get_solution_node(self):
+ """
+ The solution filename is required when writing the .vcproj files
+ return self.solution_node and if it does not exist, make one
+ """
+ try:
+ return self.solution_node
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+
+ solution_name = getattr(self, 'solution_name', None)
+ if not solution_name:
+ solution_name = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.APPNAME, 'project') + '.sln'
+ if os.path.isabs(solution_name):
+ self.solution_node = self.root.make_node(solution_name)
+ else:
+ self.solution_node = self.srcnode.make_node(solution_name)
+ return self.solution_node
+
+ def project_configurations(self):
+ """
+ Helper that returns all the pairs (config,platform)
+ """
+ ret = []
+ for c in self.configurations:
+ for p in self.platforms:
+ ret.append((c, p))
+ return ret
+
+ def collect_targets(self):
+ """
+ Process the list of task generators
+ """
+ for g in self.groups:
+ for tg in g:
+ if not isinstance(tg, TaskGen.task_gen):
+ continue
+
+ if not hasattr(tg, 'msvs_includes'):
+ tg.msvs_includes = tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'includes', [])) + tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'export_includes', []))
+ tg.post()
+ if not getattr(tg, 'link_task', None):
+ continue
+
+ p = self.vsnode_target(self, tg)
+ p.collect_source() # delegate this processing
+ p.collect_properties()
+ self.all_projects.append(p)
+
+ def add_aliases(self):
+ """
+ Add a specific target that emulates the "make all" necessary for Visual studio when pressing F7
+ We also add an alias for "make install" (disabled by default)
+ """
+ base = getattr(self, 'projects_dir', None) or self.tg.path
+
+ node_project = base.make_node('build_all_projects' + self.project_extension) # Node
+ p_build = self.vsnode_build_all(self, node_project)
+ p_build.collect_properties()
+ self.all_projects.append(p_build)
+
+ node_project = base.make_node('install_all_projects' + self.project_extension) # Node
+ p_install = self.vsnode_install_all(self, node_project)
+ p_install.collect_properties()
+ self.all_projects.append(p_install)
+
+ node_project = base.make_node('project_view' + self.project_extension) # Node
+ p_view = self.vsnode_project_view(self, node_project)
+ p_view.collect_source()
+ p_view.collect_properties()
+ self.all_projects.append(p_view)
+
+ n = self.vsnode_vsdir(self, make_uuid(self.srcnode.win32path() + 'build_aliases'), "build_aliases")
+ p_build.parent = p_install.parent = p_view.parent = n
+ self.all_projects.append(n)
+
+ def collect_dirs(self):
+ """
+ Create the folder structure in the Visual studio project view
+ """
+ seen = {}
+ def make_parents(proj):
+ # look at a project, try to make a parent
+ if getattr(proj, 'parent', None):
+ # aliases already have parents
+ return
+ x = proj.iter_path
+ if x in seen:
+ proj.parent = seen[x]
+ return
+
+ # There is not vsnode_vsdir for x.
+ # So create a project representing the folder "x"
+ n = proj.parent = seen[x] = self.vsnode_vsdir(self, make_uuid(x.win32path()), x.name)
+ n.iter_path = x.parent
+ self.all_projects.append(n)
+
+ # recurse up to the project directory
+ if x.height() > self.srcnode.height() + 1:
+ make_parents(n)
+
+ for p in self.all_projects[:]: # iterate over a copy of all projects
+ if not getattr(p, 'tg', None):
+ # but only projects that have a task generator
+ continue
+
+ # make a folder for each task generator
+ p.iter_path = p.tg.path
+ make_parents(p)
+
+def wrap_2008(cls):
+ class dec(cls):
+ def __init__(self, *k, **kw):
+ cls.__init__(self, *k, **kw)
+ self.project_template = PROJECT_2008_TEMPLATE
+
+ def display_filter(self):
+
+ root = build_property()
+ root.subfilters = []
+ root.sourcefiles = []
+ root.source = []
+ root.name = ''
+
+ @Utils.run_once
+ def add_path(lst):
+ if not lst:
+ return root
+ child = build_property()
+ child.subfilters = []
+ child.sourcefiles = []
+ child.source = []
+ child.name = lst[-1]
+
+ par = add_path(lst[:-1])
+ par.subfilters.append(child)
+ return child
+
+ for x in self.source:
+ # this crap is for enabling subclasses to override get_filter_name
+ tmp = self.get_filter_name(x.parent)
+ tmp = tmp != '.' and tuple(tmp.split('\\')) or ()
+ par = add_path(tmp)
+ par.source.append(x)
+
+ def display(n):
+ buf = []
+ for x in n.source:
+ buf.append('<File RelativePath="%s" FileType="%s"/>\n' % (xml_escape(x.win32path()), self.get_key(x)))
+ for x in n.subfilters:
+ buf.append('<Filter Name="%s">' % xml_escape(x.name))
+ buf.append(display(x))
+ buf.append('</Filter>')
+ return '\n'.join(buf)
+
+ return display(root)
+
+ def get_key(self, node):
+ """
+ If you do not want to let visual studio use the default file extensions,
+ override this method to return a value:
+ 0: C/C++ Code, 1: C++ Class, 2: C++ Header File, 3: C++ Form,
+ 4: C++ Control, 5: Text File, 6: DEF File, 7: IDL File,
+ 8: Makefile, 9: RGS File, 10: RC File, 11: RES File, 12: XSD File,
+ 13: XML File, 14: HTML File, 15: CSS File, 16: Bitmap, 17: Icon,
+ 18: Resx File, 19: BSC File, 20: XSX File, 21: C++ Web Service,
+ 22: ASAX File, 23: Asp Page, 24: Document, 25: Discovery File,
+ 26: C# File, 27: eFileTypeClassDiagram, 28: MHTML Document,
+ 29: Property Sheet, 30: Cursor, 31: Manifest, 32: eFileTypeRDLC
+ """
+ return ''
+
+ def write(self):
+ Logs.debug('msvs: creating %r', self.path)
+ template1 = compile_template(self.project_template)
+ proj_str = template1(self)
+ proj_str = rm_blank_lines(proj_str)
+ self.path.stealth_write(proj_str)
+
+ return dec
+
+class msvs_2008_generator(msvs_generator):
+ '''generates a visual studio 2008 solution'''
+ cmd = 'msvs2008'
+ fun = msvs_generator.fun
+ numver = '10.00'
+ vsver = '2008'
+
+ def init(self):
+ if not getattr(self, 'project_extension', None):
+ self.project_extension = '_2008.vcproj'
+ if not getattr(self, 'solution_name', None):
+ self.solution_name = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.APPNAME, 'project') + '_2008.sln'
+
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_target', None):
+ self.vsnode_target = wrap_2008(vsnode_target)
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_build_all', None):
+ self.vsnode_build_all = wrap_2008(vsnode_build_all)
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_install_all', None):
+ self.vsnode_install_all = wrap_2008(vsnode_install_all)
+ if not getattr(self, 'vsnode_project_view', None):
+ self.vsnode_project_view = wrap_2008(vsnode_project_view)
+
+ msvs_generator.init(self)
+
+def options(ctx):
+ """
+ If the msvs option is used, try to detect if the build is made from visual studio
+ """
+ ctx.add_option('--execsolution', action='store', help='when building with visual studio, use a build state file')
+
+ old = BuildContext.execute
+ def override_build_state(ctx):
+ def lock(rm, add):
+ uns = ctx.options.execsolution.replace('.sln', rm)
+ uns = ctx.root.make_node(uns)
+ try:
+ uns.delete()
+ except OSError:
+ pass
+
+ uns = ctx.options.execsolution.replace('.sln', add)
+ uns = ctx.root.make_node(uns)
+ try:
+ uns.write('')
+ except EnvironmentError:
+ pass
+
+ if ctx.options.execsolution:
+ ctx.launch_dir = Context.top_dir # force a build for the whole project (invalid cwd when called by visual studio)
+ lock('.lastbuildstate', '.unsuccessfulbuild')
+ old(ctx)
+ lock('.unsuccessfulbuild', '.lastbuildstate')
+ else:
+ old(ctx)
+ BuildContext.execute = override_build_state
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/netcache_client.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/netcache_client.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..dc49048
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/netcache_client.py
@@ -0,0 +1,390 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2011-2015 (ita)
+
+"""
+A client for the network cache (playground/netcache/). Launch the server with:
+./netcache_server, then use it for the builds by adding the following:
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld.load('netcache_client')
+
+The parameters should be present in the environment in the form:
+ NETCACHE=host:port waf configure build
+
+Or in a more detailed way:
+ NETCACHE_PUSH=host:port NETCACHE_PULL=host:port waf configure build
+
+where:
+ host: host where the server resides, by default localhost
+ port: by default push on 11001 and pull on 12001
+
+Use the server provided in playground/netcache/Netcache.java
+"""
+
+import os, socket, time, atexit, sys
+from waflib import Task, Logs, Utils, Build, Runner
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+BUF = 8192 * 16
+HEADER_SIZE = 128
+MODES = ['PUSH', 'PULL', 'PUSH_PULL']
+STALE_TIME = 30 # seconds
+
+GET = 'GET'
+PUT = 'PUT'
+LST = 'LST'
+BYE = 'BYE'
+
+all_sigs_in_cache = (0.0, [])
+
+def put_data(conn, data):
+ if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000:
+ data = data.encode('latin-1')
+ cnt = 0
+ while cnt < len(data):
+ sent = conn.send(data[cnt:])
+ if sent == 0:
+ raise RuntimeError('connection ended')
+ cnt += sent
+
+push_connections = Runner.Queue(0)
+pull_connections = Runner.Queue(0)
+def get_connection(push=False):
+ # return a new connection... do not forget to release it!
+ try:
+ if push:
+ ret = push_connections.get(block=False)
+ else:
+ ret = pull_connections.get(block=False)
+ except Exception:
+ ret = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
+ if push:
+ ret.connect(Task.push_addr)
+ else:
+ ret.connect(Task.pull_addr)
+ return ret
+
+def release_connection(conn, msg='', push=False):
+ if conn:
+ if push:
+ push_connections.put(conn)
+ else:
+ pull_connections.put(conn)
+
+def close_connection(conn, msg=''):
+ if conn:
+ data = '%s,%s' % (BYE, msg)
+ try:
+ put_data(conn, data.ljust(HEADER_SIZE))
+ except:
+ pass
+ try:
+ conn.close()
+ except:
+ pass
+
+def close_all():
+ for q in (push_connections, pull_connections):
+ while q.qsize():
+ conn = q.get()
+ try:
+ close_connection(conn)
+ except:
+ # ignore errors when cleaning up
+ pass
+atexit.register(close_all)
+
+def read_header(conn):
+ cnt = 0
+ buf = []
+ while cnt < HEADER_SIZE:
+ data = conn.recv(HEADER_SIZE - cnt)
+ if not data:
+ #import traceback
+ #traceback.print_stack()
+ raise ValueError('connection ended when reading a header %r' % buf)
+ buf.append(data)
+ cnt += len(data)
+ if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000:
+ ret = ''.encode('latin-1').join(buf)
+ ret = ret.decode('latin-1')
+ else:
+ ret = ''.join(buf)
+ return ret
+
+def check_cache(conn, ssig):
+ """
+ List the files on the server, this is an optimization because it assumes that
+ concurrent builds are rare
+ """
+ global all_sigs_in_cache
+ if not STALE_TIME:
+ return
+ if time.time() - all_sigs_in_cache[0] > STALE_TIME:
+
+ params = (LST,'')
+ put_data(conn, ','.join(params).ljust(HEADER_SIZE))
+
+ # read what is coming back
+ ret = read_header(conn)
+ size = int(ret.split(',')[0])
+
+ buf = []
+ cnt = 0
+ while cnt < size:
+ data = conn.recv(min(BUF, size-cnt))
+ if not data:
+ raise ValueError('connection ended %r %r' % (cnt, size))
+ buf.append(data)
+ cnt += len(data)
+
+ if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000:
+ ret = ''.encode('latin-1').join(buf)
+ ret = ret.decode('latin-1')
+ else:
+ ret = ''.join(buf)
+
+ all_sigs_in_cache = (time.time(), ret.splitlines())
+ Logs.debug('netcache: server cache has %r entries', len(all_sigs_in_cache[1]))
+
+ if not ssig in all_sigs_in_cache[1]:
+ raise ValueError('no file %s in cache' % ssig)
+
+class MissingFile(Exception):
+ pass
+
+def recv_file(conn, ssig, count, p):
+ check_cache(conn, ssig)
+
+ params = (GET, ssig, str(count))
+ put_data(conn, ','.join(params).ljust(HEADER_SIZE))
+ data = read_header(conn)
+
+ size = int(data.split(',')[0])
+
+ if size == -1:
+ raise MissingFile('no file %s - %s in cache' % (ssig, count))
+
+ # get the file, writing immediately
+ # TODO a tmp file would be better
+ f = open(p, 'wb')
+ cnt = 0
+ while cnt < size:
+ data = conn.recv(min(BUF, size-cnt))
+ if not data:
+ raise ValueError('connection ended %r %r' % (cnt, size))
+ f.write(data)
+ cnt += len(data)
+ f.close()
+
+def sock_send(conn, ssig, cnt, p):
+ #print "pushing %r %r %r" % (ssig, cnt, p)
+ size = os.stat(p).st_size
+ params = (PUT, ssig, str(cnt), str(size))
+ put_data(conn, ','.join(params).ljust(HEADER_SIZE))
+ f = open(p, 'rb')
+ cnt = 0
+ while cnt < size:
+ r = f.read(min(BUF, size-cnt))
+ while r:
+ k = conn.send(r)
+ if not k:
+ raise ValueError('connection ended')
+ cnt += k
+ r = r[k:]
+
+def can_retrieve_cache(self):
+ if not Task.pull_addr:
+ return False
+ if not self.outputs:
+ return False
+ self.cached = False
+
+ cnt = 0
+ sig = self.signature()
+ ssig = Utils.to_hex(self.uid() + sig)
+
+ conn = None
+ err = False
+ try:
+ try:
+ conn = get_connection()
+ for node in self.outputs:
+ p = node.abspath()
+ recv_file(conn, ssig, cnt, p)
+ cnt += 1
+ except MissingFile as e:
+ Logs.debug('netcache: file is not in the cache %r', e)
+ err = True
+ except Exception as e:
+ Logs.debug('netcache: could not get the files %r', self.outputs)
+ if Logs.verbose > 1:
+ Logs.debug('netcache: exception %r', e)
+ err = True
+
+ # broken connection? remove this one
+ close_connection(conn)
+ conn = None
+ else:
+ Logs.debug('netcache: obtained %r from cache', self.outputs)
+
+ finally:
+ release_connection(conn)
+ if err:
+ return False
+
+ self.cached = True
+ return True
+
+@Utils.run_once
+def put_files_cache(self):
+ if not Task.push_addr:
+ return
+ if not self.outputs:
+ return
+ if getattr(self, 'cached', None):
+ return
+
+ #print "called put_files_cache", id(self)
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ sig = self.signature()
+ ssig = Utils.to_hex(self.uid() + sig)
+
+ conn = None
+ cnt = 0
+ try:
+ for node in self.outputs:
+ # We could re-create the signature of the task with the signature of the outputs
+ # in practice, this means hashing the output files
+ # this is unnecessary
+ try:
+ if not conn:
+ conn = get_connection(push=True)
+ sock_send(conn, ssig, cnt, node.abspath())
+ Logs.debug('netcache: sent %r', node)
+ except Exception as e:
+ Logs.debug('netcache: could not push the files %r', e)
+
+ # broken connection? remove this one
+ close_connection(conn)
+ conn = None
+ cnt += 1
+ finally:
+ release_connection(conn, push=True)
+
+ bld.task_sigs[self.uid()] = self.cache_sig
+
+def hash_env_vars(self, env, vars_lst):
+ # reimplement so that the resulting hash does not depend on local paths
+ if not env.table:
+ env = env.parent
+ if not env:
+ return Utils.SIG_NIL
+
+ idx = str(id(env)) + str(vars_lst)
+ try:
+ cache = self.cache_env
+ except AttributeError:
+ cache = self.cache_env = {}
+ else:
+ try:
+ return self.cache_env[idx]
+ except KeyError:
+ pass
+
+ v = str([env[a] for a in vars_lst])
+ v = v.replace(self.srcnode.abspath().__repr__()[:-1], '')
+ m = Utils.md5()
+ m.update(v.encode())
+ ret = m.digest()
+
+ Logs.debug('envhash: %r %r', ret, v)
+
+ cache[idx] = ret
+
+ return ret
+
+def uid(self):
+ # reimplement so that the signature does not depend on local paths
+ try:
+ return self.uid_
+ except AttributeError:
+ m = Utils.md5()
+ src = self.generator.bld.srcnode
+ up = m.update
+ up(self.__class__.__name__.encode())
+ for x in self.inputs + self.outputs:
+ up(x.path_from(src).encode())
+ self.uid_ = m.digest()
+ return self.uid_
+
+
+def make_cached(cls):
+ if getattr(cls, 'nocache', None):
+ return
+
+ m1 = cls.run
+ def run(self):
+ if getattr(self, 'nocache', False):
+ return m1(self)
+ if self.can_retrieve_cache():
+ return 0
+ return m1(self)
+ cls.run = run
+
+ m2 = cls.post_run
+ def post_run(self):
+ if getattr(self, 'nocache', False):
+ return m2(self)
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ ret = m2(self)
+ if bld.cache_global:
+ self.put_files_cache()
+ if hasattr(self, 'chmod'):
+ for node in self.outputs:
+ os.chmod(node.abspath(), self.chmod)
+ return ret
+ cls.post_run = post_run
+
+@conf
+def setup_netcache(ctx, push_addr, pull_addr):
+ Task.Task.can_retrieve_cache = can_retrieve_cache
+ Task.Task.put_files_cache = put_files_cache
+ Task.Task.uid = uid
+ Task.push_addr = push_addr
+ Task.pull_addr = pull_addr
+ Build.BuildContext.hash_env_vars = hash_env_vars
+ ctx.cache_global = True
+
+ for x in Task.classes.values():
+ make_cached(x)
+
+def build(bld):
+ if not 'NETCACHE' in os.environ and not 'NETCACHE_PULL' in os.environ and not 'NETCACHE_PUSH' in os.environ:
+ Logs.warn('Setting NETCACHE_PULL=127.0.0.1:11001 and NETCACHE_PUSH=127.0.0.1:12001')
+ os.environ['NETCACHE_PULL'] = '127.0.0.1:12001'
+ os.environ['NETCACHE_PUSH'] = '127.0.0.1:11001'
+
+ if 'NETCACHE' in os.environ:
+ if not 'NETCACHE_PUSH' in os.environ:
+ os.environ['NETCACHE_PUSH'] = os.environ['NETCACHE']
+ if not 'NETCACHE_PULL' in os.environ:
+ os.environ['NETCACHE_PULL'] = os.environ['NETCACHE']
+
+ v = os.environ['NETCACHE_PULL']
+ if v:
+ h, p = v.split(':')
+ pull_addr = (h, int(p))
+ else:
+ pull_addr = None
+
+ v = os.environ['NETCACHE_PUSH']
+ if v:
+ h, p = v.split(':')
+ push_addr = (h, int(p))
+ else:
+ push_addr = None
+
+ setup_netcache(bld, push_addr, pull_addr)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/objcopy.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/objcopy.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..82d8359
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/objcopy.py
@@ -0,0 +1,50 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+# Grygoriy Fuchedzhy 2010
+
+"""
+Support for converting linked targets to ihex, srec or binary files using
+objcopy. Use the 'objcopy' feature in conjunction with the 'cc' or 'cxx'
+feature. The 'objcopy' feature uses the following attributes:
+
+objcopy_bfdname Target object format name (eg. ihex, srec, binary).
+ Defaults to ihex.
+objcopy_target File name used for objcopy output. This defaults to the
+ target name with objcopy_bfdname as extension.
+objcopy_install_path Install path for objcopy_target file. Defaults to ${PREFIX}/fw.
+objcopy_flags Additional flags passed to objcopy.
+"""
+
+from waflib.Utils import def_attrs
+from waflib import Task
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method
+
+class objcopy(Task.Task):
+ run_str = '${OBJCOPY} -O ${TARGET_BFDNAME} ${OBJCOPYFLAGS} ${SRC} ${TGT}'
+ color = 'CYAN'
+
+@feature('objcopy')
+@after_method('apply_link')
+def map_objcopy(self):
+ def_attrs(self,
+ objcopy_bfdname = 'ihex',
+ objcopy_target = None,
+ objcopy_install_path = "${PREFIX}/firmware",
+ objcopy_flags = '')
+
+ link_output = self.link_task.outputs[0]
+ if not self.objcopy_target:
+ self.objcopy_target = link_output.change_ext('.' + self.objcopy_bfdname).name
+ task = self.create_task('objcopy', src=link_output, tgt=self.path.find_or_declare(self.objcopy_target))
+
+ task.env.append_unique('TARGET_BFDNAME', self.objcopy_bfdname)
+ try:
+ task.env.append_unique('OBJCOPYFLAGS', getattr(self, 'objcopy_flags'))
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+
+ if self.objcopy_install_path:
+ self.add_install_files(install_to=self.objcopy_install_path, install_from=task.outputs[0])
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ ctx.find_program('objcopy', var='OBJCOPY', mandatory=True)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/ocaml.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/ocaml.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7d785c6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/ocaml.py
@@ -0,0 +1,348 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2010 (ita)
+
+"ocaml support"
+
+import os, re
+from waflib import Utils, Task
+from waflib.Logs import error
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method, after_method, extension
+
+EXT_MLL = ['.mll']
+EXT_MLY = ['.mly']
+EXT_MLI = ['.mli']
+EXT_MLC = ['.c']
+EXT_ML = ['.ml']
+
+open_re = re.compile(r'^\s*open\s+([a-zA-Z]+)(;;){0,1}$', re.M)
+foo = re.compile(r"""(\(\*)|(\*\))|("(\\.|[^"\\])*"|'(\\.|[^'\\])*'|.[^()*"'\\]*)""", re.M)
+def filter_comments(txt):
+ meh = [0]
+ def repl(m):
+ if m.group(1):
+ meh[0] += 1
+ elif m.group(2):
+ meh[0] -= 1
+ elif not meh[0]:
+ return m.group()
+ return ''
+ return foo.sub(repl, txt)
+
+def scan(self):
+ node = self.inputs[0]
+ code = filter_comments(node.read())
+
+ global open_re
+ names = []
+ import_iterator = open_re.finditer(code)
+ if import_iterator:
+ for import_match in import_iterator:
+ names.append(import_match.group(1))
+ found_lst = []
+ raw_lst = []
+ for name in names:
+ nd = None
+ for x in self.incpaths:
+ nd = x.find_resource(name.lower()+'.ml')
+ if not nd:
+ nd = x.find_resource(name+'.ml')
+ if nd:
+ found_lst.append(nd)
+ break
+ else:
+ raw_lst.append(name)
+
+ return (found_lst, raw_lst)
+
+native_lst=['native', 'all', 'c_object']
+bytecode_lst=['bytecode', 'all']
+
+@feature('ocaml')
+def init_ml(self):
+ Utils.def_attrs(self,
+ type = 'all',
+ incpaths_lst = [],
+ bld_incpaths_lst = [],
+ mlltasks = [],
+ mlytasks = [],
+ mlitasks = [],
+ native_tasks = [],
+ bytecode_tasks = [],
+ linktasks = [],
+ bytecode_env = None,
+ native_env = None,
+ compiled_tasks = [],
+ includes = '',
+ uselib = '',
+ are_deps_set = 0)
+
+@feature('ocaml')
+@after_method('init_ml')
+def init_envs_ml(self):
+
+ self.islibrary = getattr(self, 'islibrary', False)
+
+ global native_lst, bytecode_lst
+ self.native_env = None
+ if self.type in native_lst:
+ self.native_env = self.env.derive()
+ if self.islibrary:
+ self.native_env['OCALINKFLAGS'] = '-a'
+
+ self.bytecode_env = None
+ if self.type in bytecode_lst:
+ self.bytecode_env = self.env.derive()
+ if self.islibrary:
+ self.bytecode_env['OCALINKFLAGS'] = '-a'
+
+ if self.type == 'c_object':
+ self.native_env.append_unique('OCALINKFLAGS_OPT', '-output-obj')
+
+@feature('ocaml')
+@before_method('apply_vars_ml')
+@after_method('init_envs_ml')
+def apply_incpaths_ml(self):
+ inc_lst = self.includes.split()
+ lst = self.incpaths_lst
+ for dir in inc_lst:
+ node = self.path.find_dir(dir)
+ if not node:
+ error("node not found: " + str(dir))
+ continue
+ if not node in lst:
+ lst.append(node)
+ self.bld_incpaths_lst.append(node)
+ # now the nodes are added to self.incpaths_lst
+
+@feature('ocaml')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def apply_vars_ml(self):
+ for i in self.incpaths_lst:
+ if self.bytecode_env:
+ app = self.bytecode_env.append_value
+ app('OCAMLPATH', ['-I', i.bldpath(), '-I', i.srcpath()])
+
+ if self.native_env:
+ app = self.native_env.append_value
+ app('OCAMLPATH', ['-I', i.bldpath(), '-I', i.srcpath()])
+
+ varnames = ['INCLUDES', 'OCAMLFLAGS', 'OCALINKFLAGS', 'OCALINKFLAGS_OPT']
+ for name in self.uselib.split():
+ for vname in varnames:
+ cnt = self.env[vname+'_'+name]
+ if cnt:
+ if self.bytecode_env:
+ self.bytecode_env.append_value(vname, cnt)
+ if self.native_env:
+ self.native_env.append_value(vname, cnt)
+
+@feature('ocaml')
+@after_method('process_source')
+def apply_link_ml(self):
+
+ if self.bytecode_env:
+ ext = self.islibrary and '.cma' or '.run'
+
+ linktask = self.create_task('ocalink')
+ linktask.bytecode = 1
+ linktask.set_outputs(self.path.find_or_declare(self.target + ext))
+ linktask.env = self.bytecode_env
+ self.linktasks.append(linktask)
+
+ if self.native_env:
+ if self.type == 'c_object':
+ ext = '.o'
+ elif self.islibrary:
+ ext = '.cmxa'
+ else:
+ ext = ''
+
+ linktask = self.create_task('ocalinkx')
+ linktask.set_outputs(self.path.find_or_declare(self.target + ext))
+ linktask.env = self.native_env
+ self.linktasks.append(linktask)
+
+ # we produce a .o file to be used by gcc
+ self.compiled_tasks.append(linktask)
+
+@extension(*EXT_MLL)
+def mll_hook(self, node):
+ mll_task = self.create_task('ocamllex', node, node.change_ext('.ml'))
+ mll_task.env = self.native_env.derive()
+ self.mlltasks.append(mll_task)
+
+ self.source.append(mll_task.outputs[0])
+
+@extension(*EXT_MLY)
+def mly_hook(self, node):
+ mly_task = self.create_task('ocamlyacc', node, [node.change_ext('.ml'), node.change_ext('.mli')])
+ mly_task.env = self.native_env.derive()
+ self.mlytasks.append(mly_task)
+ self.source.append(mly_task.outputs[0])
+
+ task = self.create_task('ocamlcmi', mly_task.outputs[1], mly_task.outputs[1].change_ext('.cmi'))
+ task.env = self.native_env.derive()
+
+@extension(*EXT_MLI)
+def mli_hook(self, node):
+ task = self.create_task('ocamlcmi', node, node.change_ext('.cmi'))
+ task.env = self.native_env.derive()
+ self.mlitasks.append(task)
+
+@extension(*EXT_MLC)
+def mlc_hook(self, node):
+ task = self.create_task('ocamlcc', node, node.change_ext('.o'))
+ task.env = self.native_env.derive()
+ self.compiled_tasks.append(task)
+
+@extension(*EXT_ML)
+def ml_hook(self, node):
+ if self.native_env:
+ task = self.create_task('ocamlx', node, node.change_ext('.cmx'))
+ task.env = self.native_env.derive()
+ task.incpaths = self.bld_incpaths_lst
+ self.native_tasks.append(task)
+
+ if self.bytecode_env:
+ task = self.create_task('ocaml', node, node.change_ext('.cmo'))
+ task.env = self.bytecode_env.derive()
+ task.bytecode = 1
+ task.incpaths = self.bld_incpaths_lst
+ self.bytecode_tasks.append(task)
+
+def compile_may_start(self):
+
+ if not getattr(self, 'flag_deps', ''):
+ self.flag_deps = 1
+
+ # the evil part is that we can only compute the dependencies after the
+ # source files can be read (this means actually producing the source files)
+ if getattr(self, 'bytecode', ''):
+ alltasks = self.generator.bytecode_tasks
+ else:
+ alltasks = self.generator.native_tasks
+
+ self.signature() # ensure that files are scanned - unfortunately
+ tree = self.generator.bld
+ for node in self.inputs:
+ lst = tree.node_deps[self.uid()]
+ for depnode in lst:
+ for t in alltasks:
+ if t == self:
+ continue
+ if depnode in t.inputs:
+ self.set_run_after(t)
+
+ # TODO necessary to get the signature right - for now
+ delattr(self, 'cache_sig')
+ self.signature()
+
+ return Task.Task.runnable_status(self)
+
+class ocamlx(Task.Task):
+ """native caml compilation"""
+ color = 'GREEN'
+ run_str = '${OCAMLOPT} ${OCAMLPATH} ${OCAMLFLAGS} ${OCAMLINCLUDES} -c -o ${TGT} ${SRC}'
+ scan = scan
+ runnable_status = compile_may_start
+
+class ocaml(Task.Task):
+ """bytecode caml compilation"""
+ color = 'GREEN'
+ run_str = '${OCAMLC} ${OCAMLPATH} ${OCAMLFLAGS} ${OCAMLINCLUDES} -c -o ${TGT} ${SRC}'
+ scan = scan
+ runnable_status = compile_may_start
+
+class ocamlcmi(Task.Task):
+ """interface generator (the .i files?)"""
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${OCAMLC} ${OCAMLPATH} ${OCAMLINCLUDES} -o ${TGT} -c ${SRC}'
+ before = ['ocamlcc', 'ocaml', 'ocamlcc']
+
+class ocamlcc(Task.Task):
+ """ocaml to c interfaces"""
+ color = 'GREEN'
+ run_str = 'cd ${TGT[0].bld_dir()} && ${OCAMLOPT} ${OCAMLFLAGS} ${OCAMLPATH} ${OCAMLINCLUDES} -c ${SRC[0].abspath()}'
+
+class ocamllex(Task.Task):
+ """lexical generator"""
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${OCAMLLEX} ${SRC} -o ${TGT}'
+ before = ['ocamlcmi', 'ocaml', 'ocamlcc']
+
+class ocamlyacc(Task.Task):
+ """parser generator"""
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${OCAMLYACC} -b ${tsk.base()} ${SRC}'
+ before = ['ocamlcmi', 'ocaml', 'ocamlcc']
+
+ def base(self):
+ node = self.outputs[0]
+ s = os.path.splitext(node.name)[0]
+ return node.bld_dir() + os.sep + s
+
+def link_may_start(self):
+
+ if getattr(self, 'bytecode', 0):
+ alltasks = self.generator.bytecode_tasks
+ else:
+ alltasks = self.generator.native_tasks
+
+ for x in alltasks:
+ if not x.hasrun:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+
+ if not getattr(self, 'order', ''):
+
+ # now reorder the inputs given the task dependencies
+ # this part is difficult, we do not have a total order on the tasks
+ # if the dependencies are wrong, this may not stop
+ seen = []
+ pendant = []+alltasks
+ while pendant:
+ task = pendant.pop(0)
+ if task in seen:
+ continue
+ for x in task.run_after:
+ if not x in seen:
+ pendant.append(task)
+ break
+ else:
+ seen.append(task)
+ self.inputs = [x.outputs[0] for x in seen]
+ self.order = 1
+ return Task.Task.runnable_status(self)
+
+class ocalink(Task.Task):
+ """bytecode caml link"""
+ color = 'YELLOW'
+ run_str = '${OCAMLC} -o ${TGT} ${OCAMLINCLUDES} ${OCALINKFLAGS} ${SRC}'
+ runnable_status = link_may_start
+ after = ['ocaml', 'ocamlcc']
+
+class ocalinkx(Task.Task):
+ """native caml link"""
+ color = 'YELLOW'
+ run_str = '${OCAMLOPT} -o ${TGT} ${OCAMLINCLUDES} ${OCALINKFLAGS_OPT} ${SRC}'
+ runnable_status = link_may_start
+ after = ['ocamlx', 'ocamlcc']
+
+def configure(conf):
+ opt = conf.find_program('ocamlopt', var='OCAMLOPT', mandatory=False)
+ occ = conf.find_program('ocamlc', var='OCAMLC', mandatory=False)
+ if (not opt) or (not occ):
+ conf.fatal('The objective caml compiler was not found:\ninstall it or make it available in your PATH')
+
+ v = conf.env
+ v['OCAMLC'] = occ
+ v['OCAMLOPT'] = opt
+ v['OCAMLLEX'] = conf.find_program('ocamllex', var='OCAMLLEX', mandatory=False)
+ v['OCAMLYACC'] = conf.find_program('ocamlyacc', var='OCAMLYACC', mandatory=False)
+ v['OCAMLFLAGS'] = ''
+ where = conf.cmd_and_log(conf.env.OCAMLC + ['-where']).strip()+os.sep
+ v['OCAMLLIB'] = where
+ v['LIBPATH_OCAML'] = where
+ v['INCLUDES_OCAML'] = where
+ v['LIB_OCAML'] = 'camlrun'
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/package.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/package.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c06498e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/package.py
@@ -0,0 +1,76 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2011
+
+"""
+Obtain packages, unpack them in a location, and add associated uselib variables
+(CFLAGS_pkgname, LIBPATH_pkgname, etc).
+
+The default is use a Dependencies.txt file in the source directory.
+
+This is a work in progress.
+
+Usage:
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.load('package')
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.load_packages()
+"""
+
+from waflib import Logs
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+
+try:
+ from urllib import request
+except ImportError:
+ from urllib import urlopen
+else:
+ urlopen = request.urlopen
+
+
+CACHEVAR = 'WAFCACHE_PACKAGE'
+
+@conf
+def get_package_cache_dir(self):
+ cache = None
+ if CACHEVAR in conf.environ:
+ cache = conf.environ[CACHEVAR]
+ cache = self.root.make_node(cache)
+ elif self.env[CACHEVAR]:
+ cache = self.env[CACHEVAR]
+ cache = self.root.make_node(cache)
+ else:
+ cache = self.srcnode.make_node('.wafcache_package')
+ cache.mkdir()
+ return cache
+
+@conf
+def download_archive(self, src, dst):
+ for x in self.env.PACKAGE_REPO:
+ url = '/'.join((x, src))
+ try:
+ web = urlopen(url)
+ try:
+ if web.getcode() != 200:
+ continue
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ except Exception:
+ # on python3 urlopen throws an exception
+ # python 2.3 does not have getcode and throws an exception to fail
+ continue
+ else:
+ tmp = self.root.make_node(dst)
+ tmp.write(web.read())
+ Logs.warn('Downloaded %s from %s', tmp.abspath(), url)
+ break
+ else:
+ self.fatal('Could not get the package %s' % src)
+
+@conf
+def load_packages(self):
+ self.get_package_cache_dir()
+ # read the dependencies, get the archives, ..
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/parallel_debug.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/parallel_debug.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4ffec5e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/parallel_debug.py
@@ -0,0 +1,462 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2007-2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+Debugging helper for parallel compilation.
+
+Copy it to your project and load it with::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('parallel_debug', tooldir='.')
+ def build(bld):
+ ...
+
+The build will then output a file named pdebug.svg in the source directory.
+"""
+
+import re, sys, threading, time, traceback
+try:
+ from Queue import Queue
+except:
+ from queue import Queue
+from waflib import Runner, Options, Task, Logs, Errors
+
+SVG_TEMPLATE = """<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
+<!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.0//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/REC-SVG-20010904/DTD/svg10.dtd">
+<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" version="1.0"
+ x="${project.x}" y="${project.y}" width="${project.width}" height="${project.height}" id="svg602" xml:space="preserve">
+
+<style type='text/css' media='screen'>
+ g.over rect { stroke:#FF0000; fill-opacity:0.4 }
+</style>
+
+<script type='text/javascript'><![CDATA[
+var svg = document.getElementsByTagName('svg')[0];
+
+svg.addEventListener('mouseover', function(e) {
+ var g = e.target.parentNode;
+ var x = document.getElementById('r_' + g.id);
+ if (x) {
+ g.setAttribute('class', g.getAttribute('class') + ' over');
+ x.setAttribute('class', x.getAttribute('class') + ' over');
+ showInfo(e, g.id, e.target.attributes.tooltip.value);
+ }
+}, false);
+
+svg.addEventListener('mouseout', function(e) {
+ var g = e.target.parentNode;
+ var x = document.getElementById('r_' + g.id);
+ if (x) {
+ g.setAttribute('class', g.getAttribute('class').replace(' over', ''));
+ x.setAttribute('class', x.getAttribute('class').replace(' over', ''));
+ hideInfo(e);
+ }
+}, false);
+
+function showInfo(evt, txt, details) {
+${if project.tooltip}
+ tooltip = document.getElementById('tooltip');
+
+ var t = document.getElementById('tooltiptext');
+ t.firstChild.data = txt + " " + details;
+
+ var x = evt.clientX + 9;
+ if (x > 250) { x -= t.getComputedTextLength() + 16; }
+ var y = evt.clientY + 20;
+ tooltip.setAttribute("transform", "translate(" + x + "," + y + ")");
+ tooltip.setAttributeNS(null, "visibility", "visible");
+
+ var r = document.getElementById('tooltiprect');
+ r.setAttribute('width', t.getComputedTextLength() + 6);
+${endif}
+}
+
+function hideInfo(evt) {
+ var tooltip = document.getElementById('tooltip');
+ tooltip.setAttributeNS(null,"visibility","hidden");
+}
+]]></script>
+
+<!-- inkscape requires a big rectangle or it will not export the pictures properly -->
+<rect
+ x='${project.x}' y='${project.y}' width='${project.width}' height='${project.height}'
+ style="font-size:10;fill:#ffffff;fill-opacity:0.01;fill-rule:evenodd;stroke:#ffffff;"></rect>
+
+${if project.title}
+ <text x="${project.title_x}" y="${project.title_y}"
+ style="font-size:15px; text-anchor:middle; font-style:normal;font-weight:normal;fill:#000000;fill-opacity:1;stroke:none;stroke-width:1px;stroke-linecap:butt;stroke-linejoin:miter;stroke-opacity:1;font-family:Bitstream Vera Sans">${project.title}</text>
+${endif}
+
+
+${for cls in project.groups}
+ <g id='${cls.classname}'>
+ ${for rect in cls.rects}
+ <rect x='${rect.x}' y='${rect.y}' width='${rect.width}' height='${rect.height}' tooltip='${rect.name}' style="font-size:10;fill:${rect.color};fill-rule:evenodd;stroke:#000000;stroke-width:0.4;" />
+ ${endfor}
+ </g>
+${endfor}
+
+${for info in project.infos}
+ <g id='r_${info.classname}'>
+ <rect x='${info.x}' y='${info.y}' width='${info.width}' height='${info.height}' style="font-size:10;fill:${info.color};fill-rule:evenodd;stroke:#000000;stroke-width:0.4;" />
+ <text x="${info.text_x}" y="${info.text_y}"
+ style="font-size:12px;font-style:normal;font-weight:normal;fill:#000000;fill-opacity:1;stroke:none;stroke-width:1px;stroke-linecap:butt;stroke-linejoin:miter;stroke-opacity:1;font-family:Bitstream Vera Sans"
+ >${info.text}</text>
+ </g>
+${endfor}
+
+${if project.tooltip}
+ <g transform="translate(0,0)" visibility="hidden" id="tooltip">
+ <rect id="tooltiprect" y="-15" x="-3" width="1" height="20" style="stroke:black;fill:#edefc2;stroke-width:1"/>
+ <text id="tooltiptext" style="font-family:Arial; font-size:12;fill:black;"> </text>
+ </g>
+${endif}
+
+</svg>
+"""
+
+COMPILE_TEMPLATE = '''def f(project):
+ lst = []
+ def xml_escape(value):
+ return value.replace("&", "&amp;").replace('"', "&quot;").replace("'", "&apos;").replace("<", "&lt;").replace(">", "&gt;")
+
+ %s
+ return ''.join(lst)
+'''
+reg_act = re.compile(r"(?P<backslash>\\)|(?P<dollar>\$\$)|(?P<subst>\$\{(?P<code>[^}]*?)\})", re.M)
+def compile_template(line):
+
+ extr = []
+ def repl(match):
+ g = match.group
+ if g('dollar'):
+ return "$"
+ elif g('backslash'):
+ return "\\"
+ elif g('subst'):
+ extr.append(g('code'))
+ return "<<|@|>>"
+ return None
+
+ line2 = reg_act.sub(repl, line)
+ params = line2.split('<<|@|>>')
+ assert(extr)
+
+
+ indent = 0
+ buf = []
+ app = buf.append
+
+ def app(txt):
+ buf.append(indent * '\t' + txt)
+
+ for x in range(len(extr)):
+ if params[x]:
+ app("lst.append(%r)" % params[x])
+
+ f = extr[x]
+ if f.startswith(('if', 'for')):
+ app(f + ':')
+ indent += 1
+ elif f.startswith('py:'):
+ app(f[3:])
+ elif f.startswith(('endif', 'endfor')):
+ indent -= 1
+ elif f.startswith(('else', 'elif')):
+ indent -= 1
+ app(f + ':')
+ indent += 1
+ elif f.startswith('xml:'):
+ app('lst.append(xml_escape(%s))' % f[4:])
+ else:
+ #app('lst.append((%s) or "cannot find %s")' % (f, f))
+ app('lst.append(str(%s))' % f)
+
+ if extr:
+ if params[-1]:
+ app("lst.append(%r)" % params[-1])
+
+ fun = COMPILE_TEMPLATE % "\n\t".join(buf)
+ # uncomment the following to debug the template
+ #for i, x in enumerate(fun.splitlines()):
+ # print i, x
+ return Task.funex(fun)
+
+# red #ff4d4d
+# green #4da74d
+# lila #a751ff
+
+color2code = {
+ 'GREEN' : '#4da74d',
+ 'YELLOW' : '#fefe44',
+ 'PINK' : '#a751ff',
+ 'RED' : '#cc1d1d',
+ 'BLUE' : '#6687bb',
+ 'CYAN' : '#34e2e2',
+}
+
+mp = {}
+info = [] # list of (text,color)
+
+def map_to_color(name):
+ if name in mp:
+ return mp[name]
+ try:
+ cls = Task.classes[name]
+ except KeyError:
+ return color2code['RED']
+ if cls.color in mp:
+ return mp[cls.color]
+ if cls.color in color2code:
+ return color2code[cls.color]
+ return color2code['RED']
+
+def process(self):
+ m = self.generator.bld.producer
+ try:
+ # TODO another place for this?
+ del self.generator.bld.task_sigs[self.uid()]
+ except KeyError:
+ pass
+
+ self.generator.bld.producer.set_running(1, self)
+
+ try:
+ ret = self.run()
+ except Exception:
+ self.err_msg = traceback.format_exc()
+ self.hasrun = Task.EXCEPTION
+
+ # TODO cleanup
+ m.error_handler(self)
+ return
+
+ if ret:
+ self.err_code = ret
+ self.hasrun = Task.CRASHED
+ else:
+ try:
+ self.post_run()
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ pass
+ except Exception:
+ self.err_msg = traceback.format_exc()
+ self.hasrun = Task.EXCEPTION
+ else:
+ self.hasrun = Task.SUCCESS
+ if self.hasrun != Task.SUCCESS:
+ m.error_handler(self)
+
+ self.generator.bld.producer.set_running(-1, self)
+
+Task.Task.process_back = Task.Task.process
+Task.Task.process = process
+
+old_start = Runner.Parallel.start
+def do_start(self):
+ try:
+ Options.options.dband
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.bld.fatal('use def options(opt): opt.load("parallel_debug")!')
+
+ self.taskinfo = Queue()
+ old_start(self)
+ if self.dirty:
+ make_picture(self)
+Runner.Parallel.start = do_start
+
+lock_running = threading.Lock()
+def set_running(self, by, tsk):
+ with lock_running:
+ try:
+ cache = self.lock_cache
+ except AttributeError:
+ cache = self.lock_cache = {}
+
+ i = 0
+ if by > 0:
+ vals = cache.values()
+ for i in range(self.numjobs):
+ if i not in vals:
+ cache[tsk] = i
+ break
+ else:
+ i = cache[tsk]
+ del cache[tsk]
+
+ self.taskinfo.put( (i, id(tsk), time.time(), tsk.__class__.__name__, self.processed, self.count, by, ",".join(map(str, tsk.outputs))) )
+Runner.Parallel.set_running = set_running
+
+def name2class(name):
+ return name.replace(' ', '_').replace('.', '_')
+
+def make_picture(producer):
+ # first, cast the parameters
+ if not hasattr(producer.bld, 'path'):
+ return
+
+ tmp = []
+ try:
+ while True:
+ tup = producer.taskinfo.get(False)
+ tmp.append(list(tup))
+ except:
+ pass
+
+ try:
+ ini = float(tmp[0][2])
+ except:
+ return
+
+ if not info:
+ seen = []
+ for x in tmp:
+ name = x[3]
+ if not name in seen:
+ seen.append(name)
+ else:
+ continue
+
+ info.append((name, map_to_color(name)))
+ info.sort(key=lambda x: x[0])
+
+ thread_count = 0
+ acc = []
+ for x in tmp:
+ thread_count += x[6]
+ acc.append("%d %d %f %r %d %d %d %s" % (x[0], x[1], x[2] - ini, x[3], x[4], x[5], thread_count, x[7]))
+
+ data_node = producer.bld.path.make_node('pdebug.dat')
+ data_node.write('\n'.join(acc))
+
+ tmp = [lst[:2] + [float(lst[2]) - ini] + lst[3:] for lst in tmp]
+
+ st = {}
+ for l in tmp:
+ if not l[0] in st:
+ st[l[0]] = len(st.keys())
+ tmp = [ [st[lst[0]]] + lst[1:] for lst in tmp ]
+ THREAD_AMOUNT = len(st.keys())
+
+ st = {}
+ for l in tmp:
+ if not l[1] in st:
+ st[l[1]] = len(st.keys())
+ tmp = [ [lst[0]] + [st[lst[1]]] + lst[2:] for lst in tmp ]
+
+
+ BAND = Options.options.dband
+
+ seen = {}
+ acc = []
+ for x in range(len(tmp)):
+ line = tmp[x]
+ id = line[1]
+
+ if id in seen:
+ continue
+ seen[id] = True
+
+ begin = line[2]
+ thread_id = line[0]
+ for y in range(x + 1, len(tmp)):
+ line = tmp[y]
+ if line[1] == id:
+ end = line[2]
+ #print id, thread_id, begin, end
+ #acc.append( ( 10*thread_id, 10*(thread_id+1), 10*begin, 10*end ) )
+ acc.append( (BAND * begin, BAND*thread_id, BAND*end - BAND*begin, BAND, line[3], line[7]) )
+ break
+
+ if Options.options.dmaxtime < 0.1:
+ gwidth = 1
+ for x in tmp:
+ m = BAND * x[2]
+ if m > gwidth:
+ gwidth = m
+ else:
+ gwidth = BAND * Options.options.dmaxtime
+
+ ratio = float(Options.options.dwidth) / gwidth
+ gwidth = Options.options.dwidth
+ gheight = BAND * (THREAD_AMOUNT + len(info) + 1.5)
+
+
+ # simple data model for our template
+ class tobject(object):
+ pass
+
+ model = tobject()
+ model.x = 0
+ model.y = 0
+ model.width = gwidth + 4
+ model.height = gheight + 4
+
+ model.tooltip = not Options.options.dnotooltip
+
+ model.title = Options.options.dtitle
+ model.title_x = gwidth / 2
+ model.title_y = gheight + - 5
+
+ groups = {}
+ for (x, y, w, h, clsname, name) in acc:
+ try:
+ groups[clsname].append((x, y, w, h, name))
+ except:
+ groups[clsname] = [(x, y, w, h, name)]
+
+ # groups of rectangles (else js highlighting is slow)
+ model.groups = []
+ for cls in groups:
+ g = tobject()
+ model.groups.append(g)
+ g.classname = name2class(cls)
+ g.rects = []
+ for (x, y, w, h, name) in groups[cls]:
+ r = tobject()
+ g.rects.append(r)
+ r.x = 2 + x * ratio
+ r.y = 2 + y
+ r.width = w * ratio
+ r.height = h
+ r.name = name
+ r.color = map_to_color(cls)
+
+ cnt = THREAD_AMOUNT
+
+ # caption
+ model.infos = []
+ for (text, color) in info:
+ inf = tobject()
+ model.infos.append(inf)
+ inf.classname = name2class(text)
+ inf.x = 2 + BAND
+ inf.y = 5 + (cnt + 0.5) * BAND
+ inf.width = BAND/2
+ inf.height = BAND/2
+ inf.color = color
+
+ inf.text = text
+ inf.text_x = 2 + 2 * BAND
+ inf.text_y = 5 + (cnt + 0.5) * BAND + 10
+
+ cnt += 1
+
+ # write the file...
+ template1 = compile_template(SVG_TEMPLATE)
+ txt = template1(model)
+
+ node = producer.bld.path.make_node('pdebug.svg')
+ node.write(txt)
+ Logs.warn('Created the diagram %r', node)
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--dtitle', action='store', default='Parallel build representation for %r' % ' '.join(sys.argv),
+ help='title for the svg diagram', dest='dtitle')
+ opt.add_option('--dwidth', action='store', type='int', help='diagram width', default=800, dest='dwidth')
+ opt.add_option('--dtime', action='store', type='float', help='recording interval in seconds', default=0.009, dest='dtime')
+ opt.add_option('--dband', action='store', type='int', help='band width', default=22, dest='dband')
+ opt.add_option('--dmaxtime', action='store', type='float', help='maximum time, for drawing fair comparisons', default=0, dest='dmaxtime')
+ opt.add_option('--dnotooltip', action='store_true', help='disable tooltips', default=False, dest='dnotooltip')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/pch.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/pch.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..103e752
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/pch.py
@@ -0,0 +1,148 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Alexander Afanasyev (UCLA), 2014
+
+"""
+Enable precompiled C++ header support (currently only clang++ and g++ are supported)
+
+To use this tool, wscript should look like:
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('pch')
+ # This will add `--with-pch` configure option.
+ # Unless --with-pch during configure stage specified, the precompiled header support is disabled
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('pch')
+ # this will set conf.env.WITH_PCH if --with-pch is specified and the supported compiler is used
+ # Unless conf.env.WITH_PCH is set, the precompiled header support is disabled
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(features='cxx pch',
+ target='precompiled-headers',
+ name='precompiled-headers',
+ headers='a.h b.h c.h', # headers to pre-compile into `precompiled-headers`
+
+ # Other parameters to compile precompiled headers
+ # includes=...,
+ # export_includes=...,
+ # use=...,
+ # ...
+
+ # Exported parameters will be propagated even if precompiled headers are disabled
+ )
+
+ bld(
+ target='test',
+ features='cxx cxxprogram',
+ source='a.cpp b.cpp d.cpp main.cpp',
+ use='precompiled-headers',
+ )
+
+ # or
+
+ bld(
+ target='test',
+ features='pch cxx cxxprogram',
+ source='a.cpp b.cpp d.cpp main.cpp',
+ headers='a.h b.h c.h',
+ )
+
+Note that precompiled header must have multiple inclusion guards. If the guards are missing, any benefit of precompiled header will be voided and compilation may fail in some cases.
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Utils
+from waflib.Tools import c_preproc, cxx
+
+
+PCH_COMPILER_OPTIONS = {
+ 'clang++': [['-include'], '.pch', ['-x', 'c++-header']],
+ 'g++': [['-include'], '.gch', ['-x', 'c++-header']],
+}
+
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--without-pch', action='store_false', default=True, dest='with_pch', help='''Try to use precompiled header to speed up compilation (only g++ and clang++)''')
+
+def configure(conf):
+ if (conf.options.with_pch and conf.env['COMPILER_CXX'] in PCH_COMPILER_OPTIONS.keys()):
+ conf.env.WITH_PCH = True
+ flags = PCH_COMPILER_OPTIONS[conf.env['COMPILER_CXX']]
+ conf.env.CXXPCH_F = flags[0]
+ conf.env.CXXPCH_EXT = flags[1]
+ conf.env.CXXPCH_FLAGS = flags[2]
+
+
+@TaskGen.feature('pch')
+@TaskGen.before('process_source')
+def apply_pch(self):
+ if not self.env.WITH_PCH:
+ return
+
+ if getattr(self.bld, 'pch_tasks', None) is None:
+ self.bld.pch_tasks = {}
+
+ if getattr(self, 'headers', None) is None:
+ return
+
+ self.headers = self.to_nodes(self.headers)
+
+ if getattr(self, 'name', None):
+ try:
+ task = self.bld.pch_tasks["%s.%s" % (self.name, self.idx)]
+ self.bld.fatal("Duplicated 'pch' task with name %r" % "%s.%s" % (self.name, self.idx))
+ except KeyError:
+ pass
+
+ out = '%s.%d%s' % (self.target, self.idx, self.env['CXXPCH_EXT'])
+ out = self.path.find_or_declare(out)
+ task = self.create_task('gchx', self.headers, out)
+
+ # target should be an absolute path of `out`, but without precompiled header extension
+ task.target = out.abspath()[:-len(out.suffix())]
+
+ self.pch_task = task
+ if getattr(self, 'name', None):
+ self.bld.pch_tasks["%s.%s" % (self.name, self.idx)] = task
+
+@TaskGen.feature('cxx')
+@TaskGen.after_method('process_source', 'propagate_uselib_vars')
+def add_pch(self):
+ if not (self.env['WITH_PCH'] and getattr(self, 'use', None) and getattr(self, 'compiled_tasks', None) and getattr(self.bld, 'pch_tasks', None)):
+ return
+
+ pch = None
+ # find pch task, if any
+
+ if getattr(self, 'pch_task', None):
+ pch = self.pch_task
+ else:
+ for use in Utils.to_list(self.use):
+ try:
+ pch = self.bld.pch_tasks[use]
+ except KeyError:
+ pass
+
+ if pch:
+ for x in self.compiled_tasks:
+ x.env.append_value('CXXFLAGS', self.env['CXXPCH_F'] + [pch.target])
+
+class gchx(Task.Task):
+ run_str = '${CXX} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${CXXFLAGS} ${CXXPCH_FLAGS} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${CPPPATH_ST:INCPATHS} ${DEFINES_ST:DEFINES} ${CXXPCH_F:SRC} ${CXX_SRC_F}${SRC[0].abspath()} ${CXX_TGT_F}${TGT[0].abspath()} ${CPPFLAGS}'
+ scan = c_preproc.scan
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ ext_out=['.h']
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ try:
+ node_deps = self.generator.bld.node_deps[self.uid()]
+ except KeyError:
+ node_deps = []
+ ret = Task.Task.runnable_status(self)
+ if ret == Task.SKIP_ME and self.env.CXX_NAME == 'clang':
+ t = os.stat(self.outputs[0].abspath()).st_mtime
+ for n in self.inputs + node_deps:
+ if os.stat(n.abspath()).st_mtime > t:
+ return Task.RUN_ME
+ return ret
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/pep8.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/pep8.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..676beed
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/pep8.py
@@ -0,0 +1,106 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+#
+# written by Sylvain Rouquette, 2011
+
+'''
+Install pep8 module:
+$ easy_install pep8
+ or
+$ pip install pep8
+
+To add the pep8 tool to the waf file:
+$ ./waf-light --tools=compat15,pep8
+ or, if you have waf >= 1.6.2
+$ ./waf update --files=pep8
+
+
+Then add this to your wscript:
+
+[at]extension('.py', 'wscript')
+def run_pep8(self, node):
+ self.create_task('Pep8', node)
+
+'''
+
+import threading
+from waflib import Task, Options
+
+pep8 = __import__('pep8')
+
+
+class Pep8(Task.Task):
+ color = 'PINK'
+ lock = threading.Lock()
+
+ def check_options(self):
+ if pep8.options:
+ return
+ pep8.options = Options.options
+ pep8.options.prog = 'pep8'
+ excl = pep8.options.exclude.split(',')
+ pep8.options.exclude = [s.rstrip('/') for s in excl]
+ if pep8.options.filename:
+ pep8.options.filename = pep8.options.filename.split(',')
+ if pep8.options.select:
+ pep8.options.select = pep8.options.select.split(',')
+ else:
+ pep8.options.select = []
+ if pep8.options.ignore:
+ pep8.options.ignore = pep8.options.ignore.split(',')
+ elif pep8.options.select:
+ # Ignore all checks which are not explicitly selected
+ pep8.options.ignore = ['']
+ elif pep8.options.testsuite or pep8.options.doctest:
+ # For doctest and testsuite, all checks are required
+ pep8.options.ignore = []
+ else:
+ # The default choice: ignore controversial checks
+ pep8.options.ignore = pep8.DEFAULT_IGNORE.split(',')
+ pep8.options.physical_checks = pep8.find_checks('physical_line')
+ pep8.options.logical_checks = pep8.find_checks('logical_line')
+ pep8.options.counters = dict.fromkeys(pep8.BENCHMARK_KEYS, 0)
+ pep8.options.messages = {}
+
+ def run(self):
+ with Pep8.lock:
+ self.check_options()
+ pep8.input_file(self.inputs[0].abspath())
+ return 0 if not pep8.get_count() else -1
+
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('-q', '--quiet', default=0, action='count',
+ help="report only file names, or nothing with -qq")
+ opt.add_option('-r', '--repeat', action='store_true',
+ help="show all occurrences of the same error")
+ opt.add_option('--exclude', metavar='patterns',
+ default=pep8.DEFAULT_EXCLUDE,
+ help="exclude files or directories which match these "
+ "comma separated patterns (default: %s)" %
+ pep8.DEFAULT_EXCLUDE,
+ dest='exclude')
+ opt.add_option('--filename', metavar='patterns', default='*.py',
+ help="when parsing directories, only check filenames "
+ "matching these comma separated patterns (default: "
+ "*.py)")
+ opt.add_option('--select', metavar='errors', default='',
+ help="select errors and warnings (e.g. E,W6)")
+ opt.add_option('--ignore', metavar='errors', default='',
+ help="skip errors and warnings (e.g. E4,W)")
+ opt.add_option('--show-source', action='store_true',
+ help="show source code for each error")
+ opt.add_option('--show-pep8', action='store_true',
+ help="show text of PEP 8 for each error")
+ opt.add_option('--statistics', action='store_true',
+ help="count errors and warnings")
+ opt.add_option('--count', action='store_true',
+ help="print total number of errors and warnings "
+ "to standard error and set exit code to 1 if "
+ "total is not null")
+ opt.add_option('--benchmark', action='store_true',
+ help="measure processing speed")
+ opt.add_option('--testsuite', metavar='dir',
+ help="run regression tests from dir")
+ opt.add_option('--doctest', action='store_true',
+ help="run doctest on myself")
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/pgicc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/pgicc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f8068d5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/pgicc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,75 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Antoine Dechaume 2011
+
+"""
+Detect the PGI C compiler
+"""
+
+import sys, re
+from waflib import Errors
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_c import c_compiler
+c_compiler['linux'].append('pgicc')
+
+@conf
+def find_pgi_compiler(conf, var, name):
+ """
+ Find the program name, and execute it to ensure it really is itself.
+ """
+ if sys.platform == 'cygwin':
+ conf.fatal('The PGI compiler does not work on Cygwin')
+
+ v = conf.env
+ cc = None
+ if v[var]:
+ cc = v[var]
+ elif var in conf.environ:
+ cc = conf.environ[var]
+ if not cc:
+ cc = conf.find_program(name, var=var)
+ if not cc:
+ conf.fatal('PGI Compiler (%s) was not found' % name)
+
+ v[var + '_VERSION'] = conf.get_pgi_version(cc)
+ v[var] = cc
+ v[var + '_NAME'] = 'pgi'
+
+@conf
+def get_pgi_version(conf, cc):
+ """Find the version of a pgi compiler."""
+ version_re = re.compile(r"The Portland Group", re.I).search
+ cmd = cc + ['-V', '-E'] # Issue 1078, prevent wrappers from linking
+
+ try:
+ out, err = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd, output=0)
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ conf.fatal('Could not find pgi compiler %r' % cmd)
+
+ if out:
+ match = version_re(out)
+ else:
+ match = version_re(err)
+
+ if not match:
+ conf.fatal('Could not verify PGI signature')
+
+ cmd = cc + ['-help=variable']
+ try:
+ out, err = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd, output=0)
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ conf.fatal('Could not find pgi compiler %r' % cmd)
+
+ version = re.findall(r'^COMPVER\s*=(.*)', out, re.M)
+ if len(version) != 1:
+ conf.fatal('Could not determine the compiler version')
+ return version[0]
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_pgi_compiler('CC', 'pgcc')
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.gcc_common_flags()
+ conf.cc_load_tools()
+ conf.cc_add_flags()
+ conf.link_add_flags()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/pgicxx.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/pgicxx.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..eae121c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/pgicxx.py
@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Antoine Dechaume 2011
+
+"""
+Detect the PGI C++ compiler
+"""
+
+from waflib.Tools.compiler_cxx import cxx_compiler
+cxx_compiler['linux'].append('pgicxx')
+
+from waflib.extras import pgicc
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_pgi_compiler('CXX', 'pgCC')
+ conf.find_ar()
+ conf.gxx_common_flags()
+ conf.cxx_load_tools()
+ conf.cxx_add_flags()
+ conf.link_add_flags()
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/proc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/proc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..764abec
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/proc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,54 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# per rosengren 2011
+
+from os import environ, path
+from waflib import TaskGen, Utils
+
+def options(opt):
+ grp = opt.add_option_group('Oracle ProC Options')
+ grp.add_option('--oracle_home', action='store', default=environ.get('PROC_ORACLE'), help='Path to Oracle installation home (has bin/lib)')
+ grp.add_option('--tns_admin', action='store', default=environ.get('TNS_ADMIN'), help='Directory containing server list (TNS_NAMES.ORA)')
+ grp.add_option('--connection', action='store', default='dummy-user/dummy-password@dummy-server', help='Format: user/password@server')
+
+def configure(cnf):
+ env = cnf.env
+ if not env.PROC_ORACLE:
+ env.PROC_ORACLE = cnf.options.oracle_home
+ if not env.PROC_TNS_ADMIN:
+ env.PROC_TNS_ADMIN = cnf.options.tns_admin
+ if not env.PROC_CONNECTION:
+ env.PROC_CONNECTION = cnf.options.connection
+ cnf.find_program('proc', var='PROC', path_list=env.PROC_ORACLE + path.sep + 'bin')
+
+def proc(tsk):
+ env = tsk.env
+ gen = tsk.generator
+ inc_nodes = gen.to_incnodes(Utils.to_list(getattr(gen,'includes',[])) + env['INCLUDES'])
+
+ cmd = (
+ [env.PROC] +
+ ['SQLCHECK=SEMANTICS'] +
+ (['SYS_INCLUDE=(' + ','.join(env.PROC_INCLUDES) + ')']
+ if env.PROC_INCLUDES else []) +
+ ['INCLUDE=(' + ','.join(
+ [i.bldpath() for i in inc_nodes]
+ ) + ')'] +
+ ['userid=' + env.PROC_CONNECTION] +
+ ['INAME=' + tsk.inputs[0].bldpath()] +
+ ['ONAME=' + tsk.outputs[0].bldpath()]
+ )
+ exec_env = {
+ 'ORACLE_HOME': env.PROC_ORACLE,
+ 'LD_LIBRARY_PATH': env.PROC_ORACLE + path.sep + 'lib',
+ }
+ if env.PROC_TNS_ADMIN:
+ exec_env['TNS_ADMIN'] = env.PROC_TNS_ADMIN
+ return tsk.exec_command(cmd, env=exec_env)
+
+TaskGen.declare_chain(
+ name = 'proc',
+ rule = proc,
+ ext_in = '.pc',
+ ext_out = '.c',
+)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/protoc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/protoc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..839c510
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/protoc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,223 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Philipp Bender, 2012
+# Matt Clarkson, 2012
+
+import re, os
+from waflib.Task import Task
+from waflib.TaskGen import extension
+from waflib import Errors, Context, Logs
+
+"""
+A simple tool to integrate protocol buffers into your build system.
+
+Example for C++:
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx cxx protoc')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(
+ features = 'cxx cxxprogram'
+ source = 'main.cpp file1.proto proto/file2.proto',
+ includes = '. proto',
+ target = 'executable')
+
+Example for Python:
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('python protoc')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(
+ features = 'py'
+ source = 'main.py file1.proto proto/file2.proto',
+ protoc_includes = 'proto')
+
+Example for both Python and C++ at same time:
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('cxx python protoc')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(
+ features = 'cxx py'
+ source = 'file1.proto proto/file2.proto',
+ protoc_includes = 'proto') # or includes
+
+
+Example for Java:
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('java')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('python java protoc')
+ # Here you have to point to your protobuf-java JAR and have it in classpath
+ conf.env.CLASSPATH_PROTOBUF = ['protobuf-java-2.5.0.jar']
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(
+ features = 'javac protoc',
+ name = 'pbjava',
+ srcdir = 'inc/ src', # directories used by javac
+ source = ['inc/message_inc.proto', 'inc/message.proto'],
+ # source is used by protoc for .proto files
+ use = 'PROTOBUF',
+ protoc_includes = ['inc']) # for protoc to search dependencies
+
+
+Protoc includes passed via protoc_includes are either relative to the taskgen
+or to the project and are searched in this order.
+
+Include directories external to the waf project can also be passed to the
+extra by using protoc_extincludes
+
+ protoc_extincludes = ['/usr/include/pblib']
+
+
+Notes when using this tool:
+
+- protoc command line parsing is tricky.
+
+ The generated files can be put in subfolders which depend on
+ the order of the include paths.
+
+ Try to be simple when creating task generators
+ containing protoc stuff.
+
+"""
+
+class protoc(Task):
+ run_str = '${PROTOC} ${PROTOC_FL:PROTOC_FLAGS} ${PROTOC_ST:INCPATHS} ${PROTOC_ST:PROTOC_INCPATHS} ${PROTOC_ST:PROTOC_EXTINCPATHS} ${SRC[0].bldpath()}'
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ ext_out = ['.h', 'pb.cc', '.py', '.java']
+ def scan(self):
+ """
+ Scan .proto dependencies
+ """
+ node = self.inputs[0]
+
+ nodes = []
+ names = []
+ seen = []
+ search_nodes = []
+
+ if not node:
+ return (nodes, names)
+
+ if 'cxx' in self.generator.features:
+ search_nodes = self.generator.includes_nodes
+
+ if 'py' in self.generator.features or 'javac' in self.generator.features:
+ for incpath in getattr(self.generator, 'protoc_includes', []):
+ incpath_node = self.generator.path.find_node(incpath)
+ if incpath_node:
+ search_nodes.append(incpath_node)
+ else:
+ # Check if relative to top-level for extra tg dependencies
+ incpath_node = self.generator.bld.path.find_node(incpath)
+ if incpath_node:
+ search_nodes.append(incpath_node)
+ else:
+ raise Errors.WafError('protoc: include path %r does not exist' % incpath)
+
+
+ def parse_node(node):
+ if node in seen:
+ return
+ seen.append(node)
+ code = node.read().splitlines()
+ for line in code:
+ m = re.search(r'^import\s+"(.*)";.*(//)?.*', line)
+ if m:
+ dep = m.groups()[0]
+ for incnode in search_nodes:
+ found = incnode.find_resource(dep)
+ if found:
+ nodes.append(found)
+ parse_node(found)
+ else:
+ names.append(dep)
+
+ parse_node(node)
+ # Add also dependencies path to INCPATHS so protoc will find the included file
+ for deppath in nodes:
+ self.env.append_unique('INCPATHS', deppath.parent.bldpath())
+ return (nodes, names)
+
+@extension('.proto')
+def process_protoc(self, node):
+ incdirs = []
+ out_nodes = []
+ protoc_flags = []
+
+ # ensure PROTOC_FLAGS is a list; a copy is used below anyway
+ self.env.PROTOC_FLAGS = self.to_list(self.env.PROTOC_FLAGS)
+
+ if 'cxx' in self.features:
+ cpp_node = node.change_ext('.pb.cc')
+ hpp_node = node.change_ext('.pb.h')
+ self.source.append(cpp_node)
+ out_nodes.append(cpp_node)
+ out_nodes.append(hpp_node)
+ protoc_flags.append('--cpp_out=%s' % node.parent.get_bld().bldpath())
+
+ if 'py' in self.features:
+ py_node = node.change_ext('_pb2.py')
+ self.source.append(py_node)
+ out_nodes.append(py_node)
+ protoc_flags.append('--python_out=%s' % node.parent.get_bld().bldpath())
+
+ if 'javac' in self.features:
+ # Make javac get also pick java code generated in build
+ if not node.parent.get_bld() in self.javac_task.srcdir:
+ self.javac_task.srcdir.append(node.parent.get_bld())
+
+ protoc_flags.append('--java_out=%s' % node.parent.get_bld().bldpath())
+
+ tsk = self.create_task('protoc', node, out_nodes)
+ tsk.env.append_value('PROTOC_FLAGS', protoc_flags)
+
+ if 'javac' in self.features:
+ self.javac_task.set_run_after(tsk)
+
+ # Instruct protoc where to search for .proto included files.
+ # For C++ standard include files dirs are used,
+ # but this doesn't apply to Python for example
+ for incpath in getattr(self, 'protoc_includes', []):
+ incpath_node = self.path.find_node(incpath)
+ if incpath_node:
+ incdirs.append(incpath_node.bldpath())
+ else:
+ # Check if relative to top-level for extra tg dependencies
+ incpath_node = self.bld.path.find_node(incpath)
+ if incpath_node:
+ incdirs.append(incpath_node.bldpath())
+ else:
+ raise Errors.WafError('protoc: include path %r does not exist' % incpath)
+
+ tsk.env.PROTOC_INCPATHS = incdirs
+
+ # Include paths external to the waf project (ie. shared pb repositories)
+ tsk.env.PROTOC_EXTINCPATHS = getattr(self, 'protoc_extincludes', [])
+
+ # PR2115: protoc generates output of .proto files in nested
+ # directories by canonicalizing paths. To avoid this we have to pass
+ # as first include the full directory file of the .proto file
+ tsk.env.prepend_value('INCPATHS', node.parent.bldpath())
+
+ use = getattr(self, 'use', '')
+ if not 'PROTOBUF' in use:
+ self.use = self.to_list(use) + ['PROTOBUF']
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.check_cfg(package='protobuf', uselib_store='PROTOBUF', args=['--cflags', '--libs'])
+ conf.find_program('protoc', var='PROTOC')
+ conf.start_msg('Checking for protoc version')
+ protocver = conf.cmd_and_log(conf.env.PROTOC + ['--version'], output=Context.BOTH)
+ protocver = ''.join(protocver).strip()[protocver[0].rfind(' ')+1:]
+ conf.end_msg(protocver)
+ conf.env.PROTOC_MAJOR = protocver[:protocver.find('.')]
+ conf.env.PROTOC_ST = '-I%s'
+ conf.env.PROTOC_FL = '%s'
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/pyqt5.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/pyqt5.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..80f43b8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/pyqt5.py
@@ -0,0 +1,241 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Federico Pellegrin, 2016-2018 (fedepell) adapted for Python
+
+"""
+This tool helps with finding Python Qt5 tools and libraries,
+and provides translation from QT5 files to Python code.
+
+The following snippet illustrates the tool usage::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('py pyqt5')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('py pyqt5')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(
+ features = 'py pyqt5',
+ source = 'main.py textures.qrc aboutDialog.ui',
+ )
+
+Here, the UI description and resource files will be processed
+to generate code.
+
+Usage
+=====
+
+Load the "pyqt5" tool.
+
+Add into the sources list also the qrc resources files or ui5
+definition files and they will be translated into python code
+with the system tools (PyQt5, pyside2, PyQt4 are searched in this
+order) and then compiled
+"""
+
+try:
+ from xml.sax import make_parser
+ from xml.sax.handler import ContentHandler
+except ImportError:
+ has_xml = False
+ ContentHandler = object
+else:
+ has_xml = True
+
+import os
+from waflib.Tools import python
+from waflib import Task, Options
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, extension
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib import Logs
+
+EXT_RCC = ['.qrc']
+"""
+File extension for the resource (.qrc) files
+"""
+
+EXT_UI = ['.ui']
+"""
+File extension for the user interface (.ui) files
+"""
+
+
+class XMLHandler(ContentHandler):
+ """
+ Parses ``.qrc`` files
+ """
+ def __init__(self):
+ self.buf = []
+ self.files = []
+ def startElement(self, name, attrs):
+ if name == 'file':
+ self.buf = []
+ def endElement(self, name):
+ if name == 'file':
+ self.files.append(str(''.join(self.buf)))
+ def characters(self, cars):
+ self.buf.append(cars)
+
+@extension(*EXT_RCC)
+def create_pyrcc_task(self, node):
+ "Creates rcc and py task for ``.qrc`` files"
+ rcnode = node.change_ext('.py')
+ self.create_task('pyrcc', node, rcnode)
+ if getattr(self, 'install_from', None):
+ self.install_from = self.install_from.get_bld()
+ else:
+ self.install_from = self.path.get_bld()
+ self.install_path = getattr(self, 'install_path', '${PYTHONDIR}')
+ self.process_py(rcnode)
+
+@extension(*EXT_UI)
+def create_pyuic_task(self, node):
+ "Create uic tasks and py for user interface ``.ui`` definition files"
+ uinode = node.change_ext('.py')
+ self.create_task('ui5py', node, uinode)
+ if getattr(self, 'install_from', None):
+ self.install_from = self.install_from.get_bld()
+ else:
+ self.install_from = self.path.get_bld()
+ self.install_path = getattr(self, 'install_path', '${PYTHONDIR}')
+ self.process_py(uinode)
+
+@extension('.ts')
+def add_pylang(self, node):
+ """Adds all the .ts file into ``self.lang``"""
+ self.lang = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'lang', [])) + [node]
+
+@feature('pyqt5')
+def apply_pyqt5(self):
+ """
+ The additional parameters are:
+
+ :param lang: list of translation files (\\*.ts) to process
+ :type lang: list of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` or string without the .ts extension
+ :param langname: if given, transform the \\*.ts files into a .qrc files to include in the binary file
+ :type langname: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` or string without the .qrc extension
+ """
+ if getattr(self, 'lang', None):
+ qmtasks = []
+ for x in self.to_list(self.lang):
+ if isinstance(x, str):
+ x = self.path.find_resource(x + '.ts')
+ qmtasks.append(self.create_task('ts2qm', x, x.change_ext('.qm')))
+
+
+ if getattr(self, 'langname', None):
+ qmnodes = [k.outputs[0] for k in qmtasks]
+ rcnode = self.langname
+ if isinstance(rcnode, str):
+ rcnode = self.path.find_or_declare(rcnode + '.qrc')
+ t = self.create_task('qm2rcc', qmnodes, rcnode)
+ create_pyrcc_task(self, t.outputs[0])
+
+class pyrcc(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Processes ``.qrc`` files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${QT_PYRCC} ${SRC} -o ${TGT}'
+ ext_out = ['.py']
+
+ def rcname(self):
+ return os.path.splitext(self.inputs[0].name)[0]
+
+ def scan(self):
+ """Parse the *.qrc* files"""
+ if not has_xml:
+ Logs.error('No xml.sax support was found, rcc dependencies will be incomplete!')
+ return ([], [])
+
+ parser = make_parser()
+ curHandler = XMLHandler()
+ parser.setContentHandler(curHandler)
+ fi = open(self.inputs[0].abspath(), 'r')
+ try:
+ parser.parse(fi)
+ finally:
+ fi.close()
+
+ nodes = []
+ names = []
+ root = self.inputs[0].parent
+ for x in curHandler.files:
+ nd = root.find_resource(x)
+ if nd:
+ nodes.append(nd)
+ else:
+ names.append(x)
+ return (nodes, names)
+
+
+class ui5py(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Processes ``.ui`` files for python
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${QT_PYUIC} ${SRC} -o ${TGT}'
+ ext_out = ['.py']
+
+class ts2qm(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Generates ``.qm`` files from ``.ts`` files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${QT_LRELEASE} ${QT_LRELEASE_FLAGS} ${SRC} -qm ${TGT}'
+
+class qm2rcc(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Generates ``.qrc`` files from ``.qm`` files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ after = 'ts2qm'
+ def run(self):
+ """Create a qrc file including the inputs"""
+ txt = '\n'.join(['<file>%s</file>' % k.path_from(self.outputs[0].parent) for k in self.inputs])
+ code = '<!DOCTYPE RCC><RCC version="1.0">\n<qresource>\n%s\n</qresource>\n</RCC>' % txt
+ self.outputs[0].write(code)
+
+def configure(self):
+ self.find_pyqt5_binaries()
+
+ # warn about this during the configuration too
+ if not has_xml:
+ Logs.error('No xml.sax support was found, rcc dependencies will be incomplete!')
+
+@conf
+def find_pyqt5_binaries(self):
+ """
+ Detects PyQt5 or pyside2 programs such as pyuic5/pyside2-uic, pyrcc5/pyside2-rcc
+ """
+ env = self.env
+
+ if getattr(Options.options, 'want_pyside2', True):
+ self.find_program(['pyside2-uic'], var='QT_PYUIC')
+ self.find_program(['pyside2-rcc'], var='QT_PYRCC')
+ self.find_program(['pyside2-lupdate'], var='QT_PYLUPDATE')
+ elif getattr(Options.options, 'want_pyqt4', True):
+ self.find_program(['pyuic4'], var='QT_PYUIC')
+ self.find_program(['pyrcc4'], var='QT_PYRCC')
+ self.find_program(['pylupdate4'], var='QT_PYLUPDATE')
+ else:
+ self.find_program(['pyuic5','pyside2-uic','pyuic4'], var='QT_PYUIC')
+ self.find_program(['pyrcc5','pyside2-rcc','pyrcc4'], var='QT_PYRCC')
+ self.find_program(['pylupdate5', 'pyside2-lupdate','pylupdate4'], var='QT_PYLUPDATE')
+
+ if not env.QT_PYUIC:
+ self.fatal('cannot find the uic compiler for python for qt5')
+
+ if not env.QT_PYUIC:
+ self.fatal('cannot find the rcc compiler for python for qt5')
+
+ self.find_program(['lrelease-qt5', 'lrelease'], var='QT_LRELEASE')
+
+def options(opt):
+ """
+ Command-line options
+ """
+ pyqt5opt=opt.add_option_group("Python QT5 Options")
+ pyqt5opt.add_option('--pyqt5-pyside2', action='store_true', default=False, dest='want_pyside2', help='use pyside2 bindings as python QT5 bindings (default PyQt5 is searched first, PySide2 after)')
+ pyqt5opt.add_option('--pyqt5-pyqt4', action='store_true', default=False, dest='want_pyqt4', help='use PyQt4 bindings as python QT5 bindings (default PyQt5 is searched first, PySide2 after, PyQt4 last)')
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/pytest.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/pytest.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7dd5a1a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/pytest.py
@@ -0,0 +1,225 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Calle Rosenquist, 2016-2018 (xbreak)
+
+"""
+Provides Python unit test support using :py:class:`waflib.Tools.waf_unit_test.utest`
+task via the **pytest** feature.
+
+To use pytest the following is needed:
+
+1. Load `pytest` and the dependency `waf_unit_test` tools.
+2. Create a task generator with feature `pytest` (not `test`) and customize behaviour with
+ the following attributes:
+
+ - `pytest_source`: Test input files.
+ - `ut_str`: Test runner command, e.g. ``${PYTHON} -B -m unittest discover`` or
+ if nose is used: ``${NOSETESTS} --no-byte-compile ${SRC}``.
+ - `ut_shell`: Determines if ``ut_str`` is executed in a shell. Default: False.
+ - `ut_cwd`: Working directory for test runner. Defaults to directory of
+ first ``pytest_source`` file.
+
+ Additionally the following `pytest` specific attributes are used in dependent taskgens:
+
+ - `pytest_path`: Node or string list of additional Python paths.
+ - `pytest_libpath`: Node or string list of additional library paths.
+
+The `use` dependencies are used for both update calculation and to populate
+the following environment variables for the `pytest` test runner:
+
+1. `PYTHONPATH` (`sys.path`) of any dependent taskgen that has the feature `py`:
+
+ - `install_from` attribute is used to determine where the root of the Python sources
+ are located. If `install_from` is not specified the default is to use the taskgen path
+ as the root.
+
+ - `pytest_path` attribute is used to manually specify additional Python paths.
+
+2. Dynamic linker search path variable (e.g. `LD_LIBRARY_PATH`) of any dependent taskgen with
+ non-static link_task.
+
+ - `pytest_libpath` attribute is used to manually specify additional linker paths.
+
+Note: `pytest` cannot automatically determine the correct `PYTHONPATH` for `pyext` taskgens
+ because the extension might be part of a Python package or used standalone:
+
+ - When used as part of another `py` package, the `PYTHONPATH` is provided by
+ that taskgen so no additional action is required.
+
+ - When used as a standalone module, the user needs to specify the `PYTHONPATH` explicitly
+ via the `pytest_path` attribute on the `pyext` taskgen.
+
+ For details c.f. the pytest playground examples.
+
+
+For example::
+
+ # A standalone Python C extension that demonstrates unit test environment population
+ # of PYTHONPATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH/PATH/DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH.
+ #
+ # Note: `pytest_path` is provided here because pytest cannot automatically determine
+ # if the extension is part of another Python package or is used standalone.
+ bld(name = 'foo_ext',
+ features = 'c cshlib pyext',
+ source = 'src/foo_ext.c',
+ target = 'foo_ext',
+ pytest_path = [ bld.path.get_bld() ])
+
+ # Python package under test that also depend on the Python module `foo_ext`
+ #
+ # Note: `install_from` is added automatically to `PYTHONPATH`.
+ bld(name = 'foo',
+ features = 'py',
+ use = 'foo_ext',
+ source = bld.path.ant_glob('src/foo/*.py'),
+ install_from = 'src')
+
+ # Unit test example using the built in module unittest and let that discover
+ # any test cases.
+ bld(name = 'foo_test',
+ features = 'pytest',
+ use = 'foo',
+ pytest_source = bld.path.ant_glob('test/*.py'),
+ ut_str = '${PYTHON} -B -m unittest discover')
+
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Errors, Utils, Logs
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot
+
+def _process_use_rec(self, name):
+ """
+ Recursively process ``use`` for task generator with name ``name``..
+ Used by pytest_process_use.
+ """
+ if name in self.pytest_use_not or name in self.pytest_use_seen:
+ return
+ try:
+ tg = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name(name)
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ self.pytest_use_not.add(name)
+ return
+
+ self.pytest_use_seen.append(name)
+ tg.post()
+
+ for n in self.to_list(getattr(tg, 'use', [])):
+ _process_use_rec(self, n)
+
+
+@TaskGen.feature('pytest')
+@TaskGen.after_method('process_source', 'apply_link')
+def pytest_process_use(self):
+ """
+ Process the ``use`` attribute which contains a list of task generator names and store
+ paths that later is used to populate the unit test runtime environment.
+ """
+ self.pytest_use_not = set()
+ self.pytest_use_seen = []
+ self.pytest_paths = [] # strings or Nodes
+ self.pytest_libpaths = [] # strings or Nodes
+ self.pytest_dep_nodes = []
+
+ names = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'use', []))
+ for name in names:
+ _process_use_rec(self, name)
+
+ def extend_unique(lst, varlst):
+ ext = []
+ for x in varlst:
+ if x not in lst:
+ ext.append(x)
+ lst.extend(ext)
+
+ # Collect type specific info needed to construct a valid runtime environment
+ # for the test.
+ for name in self.pytest_use_seen:
+ tg = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name(name)
+
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_paths, Utils.to_list(getattr(tg, 'pytest_path', [])))
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_libpaths, Utils.to_list(getattr(tg, 'pytest_libpath', [])))
+
+ if 'py' in tg.features:
+ # Python dependencies are added to PYTHONPATH
+ pypath = getattr(tg, 'install_from', tg.path)
+
+ if 'buildcopy' in tg.features:
+ # Since buildcopy is used we assume that PYTHONPATH in build should be used,
+ # not source
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_paths, [pypath.get_bld().abspath()])
+
+ # Add buildcopy output nodes to dependencies
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_dep_nodes, [o for task in getattr(tg, 'tasks', []) \
+ for o in getattr(task, 'outputs', [])])
+ else:
+ # If buildcopy is not used, depend on sources instead
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_dep_nodes, tg.source)
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_paths, [pypath.abspath()])
+
+ if getattr(tg, 'link_task', None):
+ # For tasks with a link_task (C, C++, D et.c.) include their library paths:
+ if not isinstance(tg.link_task, ccroot.stlink_task):
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_dep_nodes, tg.link_task.outputs)
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_libpaths, tg.link_task.env.LIBPATH)
+
+ if 'pyext' in tg.features:
+ # If the taskgen is extending Python we also want to add the interpreter libpath.
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_libpaths, tg.link_task.env.LIBPATH_PYEXT)
+ else:
+ # Only add to libpath if the link task is not a Python extension
+ extend_unique(self.pytest_libpaths, [tg.link_task.outputs[0].parent.abspath()])
+
+
+@TaskGen.feature('pytest')
+@TaskGen.after_method('pytest_process_use')
+def make_pytest(self):
+ """
+ Creates a ``utest`` task with a populated environment for Python if not specified in ``ut_env``:
+
+ - Paths in `pytest_paths` attribute are used to populate PYTHONPATH
+ - Paths in `pytest_libpaths` attribute are used to populate the system library path (e.g. LD_LIBRARY_PATH)
+ """
+ nodes = self.to_nodes(self.pytest_source)
+ tsk = self.create_task('utest', nodes)
+
+ tsk.dep_nodes.extend(self.pytest_dep_nodes)
+ if getattr(self, 'ut_str', None):
+ self.ut_run, lst = Task.compile_fun(self.ut_str, shell=getattr(self, 'ut_shell', False))
+ tsk.vars = lst + tsk.vars
+
+ if getattr(self, 'ut_cwd', None):
+ if isinstance(self.ut_cwd, str):
+ # we want a Node instance
+ if os.path.isabs(self.ut_cwd):
+ self.ut_cwd = self.bld.root.make_node(self.ut_cwd)
+ else:
+ self.ut_cwd = self.path.make_node(self.ut_cwd)
+ else:
+ if tsk.inputs:
+ self.ut_cwd = tsk.inputs[0].parent
+ else:
+ raise Errors.WafError("no valid input files for pytest task, check pytest_source value")
+
+ if not self.ut_cwd.exists():
+ self.ut_cwd.mkdir()
+
+ if not hasattr(self, 'ut_env'):
+ self.ut_env = dict(os.environ)
+ def add_paths(var, lst):
+ # Add list of paths to a variable, lst can contain strings or nodes
+ lst = [ str(n) for n in lst ]
+ Logs.debug("ut: %s: Adding paths %s=%s", self, var, lst)
+ self.ut_env[var] = os.pathsep.join(lst) + os.pathsep + self.ut_env.get(var, '')
+
+ # Prepend dependency paths to PYTHONPATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH
+ add_paths('PYTHONPATH', self.pytest_paths)
+
+ if Utils.is_win32:
+ add_paths('PATH', self.pytest_libpaths)
+ elif Utils.unversioned_sys_platform() == 'darwin':
+ add_paths('DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH', self.pytest_libpaths)
+ add_paths('LD_LIBRARY_PATH', self.pytest_libpaths)
+ else:
+ add_paths('LD_LIBRARY_PATH', self.pytest_libpaths)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/qnxnto.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/qnxnto.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1158124
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/qnxnto.py
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Jérôme Carretero 2011 (zougloub)
+# QNX neutrino compatibility functions
+
+import sys, os
+from waflib import Utils
+
+class Popen(object):
+ """
+ Popen cannot work on QNX from a threaded program:
+ Forking in threads is not implemented in neutrino.
+
+ Python's os.popen / spawn / fork won't work when running in threads (they will if in the main program thread)
+
+ In waf, this happens mostly in build.
+ And the use cases can be replaced by os.system() calls.
+ """
+ __slots__ = ["prog", "kw", "popen", "verbose"]
+ verbose = 0
+ def __init__(self, prog, **kw):
+ try:
+ self.prog = prog
+ self.kw = kw
+ self.popen = None
+ if Popen.verbose:
+ sys.stdout.write("Popen created: %r, kw=%r..." % (prog, kw))
+
+ do_delegate = kw.get('stdout') == -1 and kw.get('stderr') == -1
+ if do_delegate:
+ if Popen.verbose:
+ print("Delegating to real Popen")
+ self.popen = self.real_Popen(prog, **kw)
+ else:
+ if Popen.verbose:
+ print("Emulating")
+ except Exception as e:
+ if Popen.verbose:
+ print("Exception: %s" % e)
+ raise
+
+ def __getattr__(self, name):
+ if Popen.verbose:
+ sys.stdout.write("Getattr: %s..." % name)
+ if name in Popen.__slots__:
+ return object.__getattribute__(self, name)
+ else:
+ if self.popen is not None:
+ if Popen.verbose:
+ print("from Popen")
+ return getattr(self.popen, name)
+ else:
+ if name == "wait":
+ return self.emu_wait
+ else:
+ raise Exception("subprocess emulation: not implemented: %s" % name)
+
+ def emu_wait(self):
+ if Popen.verbose:
+ print("emulated wait (%r kw=%r)" % (self.prog, self.kw))
+ if isinstance(self.prog, str):
+ cmd = self.prog
+ else:
+ cmd = " ".join(self.prog)
+ if 'cwd' in self.kw:
+ cmd = 'cd "%s" && %s' % (self.kw['cwd'], cmd)
+ return os.system(cmd)
+
+if sys.platform == "qnx6":
+ Popen.real_Popen = Utils.subprocess.Popen
+ Utils.subprocess.Popen = Popen
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/qt4.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/qt4.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d19a4dd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/qt4.py
@@ -0,0 +1,695 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+
+Tool Description
+================
+
+This tool helps with finding Qt4 tools and libraries,
+and also provides syntactic sugar for using Qt4 tools.
+
+The following snippet illustrates the tool usage::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_cxx qt4')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx qt4')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(
+ features = 'qt4 cxx cxxprogram',
+ uselib = 'QTCORE QTGUI QTOPENGL QTSVG',
+ source = 'main.cpp textures.qrc aboutDialog.ui',
+ target = 'window',
+ )
+
+Here, the UI description and resource files will be processed
+to generate code.
+
+Usage
+=====
+
+Load the "qt4" tool.
+
+You also need to edit your sources accordingly:
+
+- the normal way of doing things is to have your C++ files
+ include the .moc file.
+ This is regarded as the best practice (and provides much faster
+ compilations).
+ It also implies that the include paths have beenset properly.
+
+- to have the include paths added automatically, use the following::
+
+ from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method, after_method
+ @feature('cxx')
+ @after_method('process_source')
+ @before_method('apply_incpaths')
+ def add_includes_paths(self):
+ incs = set(self.to_list(getattr(self, 'includes', '')))
+ for x in self.compiled_tasks:
+ incs.add(x.inputs[0].parent.path_from(self.path))
+ self.includes = sorted(incs)
+
+Note: another tool provides Qt processing that does not require
+.moc includes, see 'playground/slow_qt/'.
+
+A few options (--qt{dir,bin,...}) and environment variables
+(QT4_{ROOT,DIR,MOC,UIC,XCOMPILE}) allow finer tuning of the tool,
+tool path selection, etc; please read the source for more info.
+
+"""
+
+try:
+ from xml.sax import make_parser
+ from xml.sax.handler import ContentHandler
+except ImportError:
+ has_xml = False
+ ContentHandler = object
+else:
+ has_xml = True
+
+import os, sys
+from waflib.Tools import cxx
+from waflib import Task, Utils, Options, Errors, Context
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method, extension
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib import Logs
+
+MOC_H = ['.h', '.hpp', '.hxx', '.hh']
+"""
+File extensions associated to the .moc files
+"""
+
+EXT_RCC = ['.qrc']
+"""
+File extension for the resource (.qrc) files
+"""
+
+EXT_UI = ['.ui']
+"""
+File extension for the user interface (.ui) files
+"""
+
+EXT_QT4 = ['.cpp', '.cc', '.cxx', '.C']
+"""
+File extensions of C++ files that may require a .moc processing
+"""
+
+QT4_LIBS = "QtCore QtGui QtUiTools QtNetwork QtOpenGL QtSql QtSvg QtTest QtXml QtXmlPatterns QtWebKit Qt3Support QtHelp QtScript QtDeclarative QtDesigner"
+
+class qxx(Task.classes['cxx']):
+ """
+ Each C++ file can have zero or several .moc files to create.
+ They are known only when the files are scanned (preprocessor)
+ To avoid scanning the c++ files each time (parsing C/C++), the results
+ are retrieved from the task cache (bld.node_deps/bld.raw_deps).
+ The moc tasks are also created *dynamically* during the build.
+ """
+
+ def __init__(self, *k, **kw):
+ Task.Task.__init__(self, *k, **kw)
+ self.moc_done = 0
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ """
+ Compute the task signature to make sure the scanner was executed. Create the
+ moc tasks by using :py:meth:`waflib.Tools.qt4.qxx.add_moc_tasks` (if necessary),
+ then postpone the task execution (there is no need to recompute the task signature).
+ """
+ if self.moc_done:
+ return Task.Task.runnable_status(self)
+ else:
+ for t in self.run_after:
+ if not t.hasrun:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+ self.add_moc_tasks()
+ return Task.Task.runnable_status(self)
+
+ def create_moc_task(self, h_node, m_node):
+ """
+ If several libraries use the same classes, it is possible that moc will run several times (Issue 1318)
+ It is not possible to change the file names, but we can assume that the moc transformation will be identical,
+ and the moc tasks can be shared in a global cache.
+
+ The defines passed to moc will then depend on task generator order. If this is not acceptable, then
+ use the tool slow_qt4 instead (and enjoy the slow builds... :-( )
+ """
+ try:
+ moc_cache = self.generator.bld.moc_cache
+ except AttributeError:
+ moc_cache = self.generator.bld.moc_cache = {}
+
+ try:
+ return moc_cache[h_node]
+ except KeyError:
+ tsk = moc_cache[h_node] = Task.classes['moc'](env=self.env, generator=self.generator)
+ tsk.set_inputs(h_node)
+ tsk.set_outputs(m_node)
+
+ if self.generator:
+ self.generator.tasks.append(tsk)
+
+ # direct injection in the build phase (safe because called from the main thread)
+ gen = self.generator.bld.producer
+ gen.outstanding.append(tsk)
+ gen.total += 1
+
+ return tsk
+
+ def moc_h_ext(self):
+ ext = []
+ try:
+ ext = Options.options.qt_header_ext.split()
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ if not ext:
+ ext = MOC_H
+ return ext
+
+ def add_moc_tasks(self):
+ """
+ Create the moc tasks by looking in ``bld.raw_deps[self.uid()]``
+ """
+ node = self.inputs[0]
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+
+ try:
+ # compute the signature once to know if there is a moc file to create
+ self.signature()
+ except KeyError:
+ # the moc file may be referenced somewhere else
+ pass
+ else:
+ # remove the signature, it must be recomputed with the moc task
+ delattr(self, 'cache_sig')
+
+ include_nodes = [node.parent] + self.generator.includes_nodes
+
+ moctasks = []
+ mocfiles = set()
+ for d in bld.raw_deps.get(self.uid(), []):
+ if not d.endswith('.moc'):
+ continue
+
+ # process that base.moc only once
+ if d in mocfiles:
+ continue
+ mocfiles.add(d)
+
+ # find the source associated with the moc file
+ h_node = None
+
+ base2 = d[:-4]
+ for x in include_nodes:
+ for e in self.moc_h_ext():
+ h_node = x.find_node(base2 + e)
+ if h_node:
+ break
+ if h_node:
+ m_node = h_node.change_ext('.moc')
+ break
+ else:
+ # foo.cpp -> foo.cpp.moc
+ for k in EXT_QT4:
+ if base2.endswith(k):
+ for x in include_nodes:
+ h_node = x.find_node(base2)
+ if h_node:
+ break
+ if h_node:
+ m_node = h_node.change_ext(k + '.moc')
+ break
+
+ if not h_node:
+ raise Errors.WafError('No source found for %r which is a moc file' % d)
+
+ # create the moc task
+ task = self.create_moc_task(h_node, m_node)
+ moctasks.append(task)
+
+ # simple scheduler dependency: run the moc task before others
+ self.run_after.update(set(moctasks))
+ self.moc_done = 1
+
+class trans_update(Task.Task):
+ """Update a .ts files from a list of C++ files"""
+ run_str = '${QT_LUPDATE} ${SRC} -ts ${TGT}'
+ color = 'BLUE'
+
+class XMLHandler(ContentHandler):
+ """
+ Parser for *.qrc* files
+ """
+ def __init__(self):
+ self.buf = []
+ self.files = []
+ def startElement(self, name, attrs):
+ if name == 'file':
+ self.buf = []
+ def endElement(self, name):
+ if name == 'file':
+ self.files.append(str(''.join(self.buf)))
+ def characters(self, cars):
+ self.buf.append(cars)
+
+@extension(*EXT_RCC)
+def create_rcc_task(self, node):
+ "Create rcc and cxx tasks for *.qrc* files"
+ rcnode = node.change_ext('_rc.cpp')
+ self.create_task('rcc', node, rcnode)
+ cpptask = self.create_task('cxx', rcnode, rcnode.change_ext('.o'))
+ try:
+ self.compiled_tasks.append(cpptask)
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.compiled_tasks = [cpptask]
+ return cpptask
+
+@extension(*EXT_UI)
+def create_uic_task(self, node):
+ "hook for uic tasks"
+ uictask = self.create_task('ui4', node)
+ uictask.outputs = [self.path.find_or_declare(self.env['ui_PATTERN'] % node.name[:-3])]
+
+@extension('.ts')
+def add_lang(self, node):
+ """add all the .ts file into self.lang"""
+ self.lang = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'lang', [])) + [node]
+
+@feature('qt4')
+@after_method('apply_link')
+def apply_qt4(self):
+ """
+ Add MOC_FLAGS which may be necessary for moc::
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld.program(features='qt4', source='main.cpp', target='app', use='QTCORE')
+
+ The additional parameters are:
+
+ :param lang: list of translation files (\\*.ts) to process
+ :type lang: list of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` or string without the .ts extension
+ :param update: whether to process the C++ files to update the \\*.ts files (use **waf --translate**)
+ :type update: bool
+ :param langname: if given, transform the \\*.ts files into a .qrc files to include in the binary file
+ :type langname: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` or string without the .qrc extension
+ """
+ if getattr(self, 'lang', None):
+ qmtasks = []
+ for x in self.to_list(self.lang):
+ if isinstance(x, str):
+ x = self.path.find_resource(x + '.ts')
+ qmtasks.append(self.create_task('ts2qm', x, x.change_ext('.qm')))
+
+ if getattr(self, 'update', None) and Options.options.trans_qt4:
+ cxxnodes = [a.inputs[0] for a in self.compiled_tasks] + [
+ a.inputs[0] for a in self.tasks if getattr(a, 'inputs', None) and a.inputs[0].name.endswith('.ui')]
+ for x in qmtasks:
+ self.create_task('trans_update', cxxnodes, x.inputs)
+
+ if getattr(self, 'langname', None):
+ qmnodes = [x.outputs[0] for x in qmtasks]
+ rcnode = self.langname
+ if isinstance(rcnode, str):
+ rcnode = self.path.find_or_declare(rcnode + '.qrc')
+ t = self.create_task('qm2rcc', qmnodes, rcnode)
+ k = create_rcc_task(self, t.outputs[0])
+ self.link_task.inputs.append(k.outputs[0])
+
+ lst = []
+ for flag in self.to_list(self.env['CXXFLAGS']):
+ if len(flag) < 2:
+ continue
+ f = flag[0:2]
+ if f in ('-D', '-I', '/D', '/I'):
+ if (f[0] == '/'):
+ lst.append('-' + flag[1:])
+ else:
+ lst.append(flag)
+ self.env.append_value('MOC_FLAGS', lst)
+
+@extension(*EXT_QT4)
+def cxx_hook(self, node):
+ """
+ Re-map C++ file extensions to the :py:class:`waflib.Tools.qt4.qxx` task.
+ """
+ return self.create_compiled_task('qxx', node)
+
+class rcc(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Process *.qrc* files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${QT_RCC} -name ${tsk.rcname()} ${SRC[0].abspath()} ${RCC_ST} -o ${TGT}'
+ ext_out = ['.h']
+
+ def rcname(self):
+ return os.path.splitext(self.inputs[0].name)[0]
+
+ def scan(self):
+ """Parse the *.qrc* files"""
+ if not has_xml:
+ Logs.error('no xml support was found, the rcc dependencies will be incomplete!')
+ return ([], [])
+
+ parser = make_parser()
+ curHandler = XMLHandler()
+ parser.setContentHandler(curHandler)
+ fi = open(self.inputs[0].abspath(), 'r')
+ try:
+ parser.parse(fi)
+ finally:
+ fi.close()
+
+ nodes = []
+ names = []
+ root = self.inputs[0].parent
+ for x in curHandler.files:
+ nd = root.find_resource(x)
+ if nd:
+ nodes.append(nd)
+ else:
+ names.append(x)
+ return (nodes, names)
+
+class moc(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Create *.moc* files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${QT_MOC} ${MOC_FLAGS} ${MOCCPPPATH_ST:INCPATHS} ${MOCDEFINES_ST:DEFINES} ${SRC} ${MOC_ST} ${TGT}'
+ def keyword(self):
+ return "Creating"
+ def __str__(self):
+ return self.outputs[0].path_from(self.generator.bld.launch_node())
+
+class ui4(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Process *.ui* files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${QT_UIC} ${SRC} -o ${TGT}'
+ ext_out = ['.h']
+
+class ts2qm(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Create *.qm* files from *.ts* files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${QT_LRELEASE} ${QT_LRELEASE_FLAGS} ${SRC} -qm ${TGT}'
+
+class qm2rcc(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Transform *.qm* files into *.rc* files
+ """
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ after = 'ts2qm'
+
+ def run(self):
+ """Create a qrc file including the inputs"""
+ txt = '\n'.join(['<file>%s</file>' % k.path_from(self.outputs[0].parent) for k in self.inputs])
+ code = '<!DOCTYPE RCC><RCC version="1.0">\n<qresource>\n%s\n</qresource>\n</RCC>' % txt
+ self.outputs[0].write(code)
+
+def configure(self):
+ """
+ Besides the configuration options, the environment variable QT4_ROOT may be used
+ to give the location of the qt4 libraries (absolute path).
+
+ The detection will use the program *pkg-config* through :py:func:`waflib.Tools.config_c.check_cfg`
+ """
+ self.find_qt4_binaries()
+ self.set_qt4_libs_to_check()
+ self.set_qt4_defines()
+ self.find_qt4_libraries()
+ self.add_qt4_rpath()
+ self.simplify_qt4_libs()
+
+@conf
+def find_qt4_binaries(self):
+ env = self.env
+ opt = Options.options
+
+ qtdir = getattr(opt, 'qtdir', '')
+ qtbin = getattr(opt, 'qtbin', '')
+
+ paths = []
+
+ if qtdir:
+ qtbin = os.path.join(qtdir, 'bin')
+
+ # the qt directory has been given from QT4_ROOT - deduce the qt binary path
+ if not qtdir:
+ qtdir = os.environ.get('QT4_ROOT', '')
+ qtbin = os.environ.get('QT4_BIN') or os.path.join(qtdir, 'bin')
+
+ if qtbin:
+ paths = [qtbin]
+
+ # no qtdir, look in the path and in /usr/local/Trolltech
+ if not qtdir:
+ paths = os.environ.get('PATH', '').split(os.pathsep)
+ paths.append('/usr/share/qt4/bin/')
+ try:
+ lst = Utils.listdir('/usr/local/Trolltech/')
+ except OSError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ if lst:
+ lst.sort()
+ lst.reverse()
+
+ # keep the highest version
+ qtdir = '/usr/local/Trolltech/%s/' % lst[0]
+ qtbin = os.path.join(qtdir, 'bin')
+ paths.append(qtbin)
+
+ # at the end, try to find qmake in the paths given
+ # keep the one with the highest version
+ cand = None
+ prev_ver = ['4', '0', '0']
+ for qmk in ('qmake-qt4', 'qmake4', 'qmake'):
+ try:
+ qmake = self.find_program(qmk, path_list=paths)
+ except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ try:
+ version = self.cmd_and_log(qmake + ['-query', 'QT_VERSION']).strip()
+ except self.errors.WafError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ if version:
+ new_ver = version.split('.')
+ if new_ver > prev_ver:
+ cand = qmake
+ prev_ver = new_ver
+ if cand:
+ self.env.QMAKE = cand
+ else:
+ self.fatal('Could not find qmake for qt4')
+
+ qtbin = self.cmd_and_log(self.env.QMAKE + ['-query', 'QT_INSTALL_BINS']).strip() + os.sep
+
+ def find_bin(lst, var):
+ if var in env:
+ return
+ for f in lst:
+ try:
+ ret = self.find_program(f, path_list=paths)
+ except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ env[var]=ret
+ break
+
+ find_bin(['uic-qt3', 'uic3'], 'QT_UIC3')
+ find_bin(['uic-qt4', 'uic'], 'QT_UIC')
+ if not env.QT_UIC:
+ self.fatal('cannot find the uic compiler for qt4')
+
+ self.start_msg('Checking for uic version')
+ uicver = self.cmd_and_log(env.QT_UIC + ["-version"], output=Context.BOTH)
+ uicver = ''.join(uicver).strip()
+ uicver = uicver.replace('Qt User Interface Compiler ','').replace('User Interface Compiler for Qt', '')
+ self.end_msg(uicver)
+ if uicver.find(' 3.') != -1:
+ self.fatal('this uic compiler is for qt3, add uic for qt4 to your path')
+
+ find_bin(['moc-qt4', 'moc'], 'QT_MOC')
+ find_bin(['rcc-qt4', 'rcc'], 'QT_RCC')
+ find_bin(['lrelease-qt4', 'lrelease'], 'QT_LRELEASE')
+ find_bin(['lupdate-qt4', 'lupdate'], 'QT_LUPDATE')
+
+ env['UIC3_ST']= '%s -o %s'
+ env['UIC_ST'] = '%s -o %s'
+ env['MOC_ST'] = '-o'
+ env['ui_PATTERN'] = 'ui_%s.h'
+ env['QT_LRELEASE_FLAGS'] = ['-silent']
+ env.MOCCPPPATH_ST = '-I%s'
+ env.MOCDEFINES_ST = '-D%s'
+
+@conf
+def find_qt4_libraries(self):
+ qtlibs = getattr(Options.options, 'qtlibs', None) or os.environ.get("QT4_LIBDIR")
+ if not qtlibs:
+ try:
+ qtlibs = self.cmd_and_log(self.env.QMAKE + ['-query', 'QT_INSTALL_LIBS']).strip()
+ except Errors.WafError:
+ qtdir = self.cmd_and_log(self.env.QMAKE + ['-query', 'QT_INSTALL_PREFIX']).strip() + os.sep
+ qtlibs = os.path.join(qtdir, 'lib')
+ self.msg('Found the Qt4 libraries in', qtlibs)
+
+ qtincludes = os.environ.get("QT4_INCLUDES") or self.cmd_and_log(self.env.QMAKE + ['-query', 'QT_INSTALL_HEADERS']).strip()
+ env = self.env
+ if not 'PKG_CONFIG_PATH' in os.environ:
+ os.environ['PKG_CONFIG_PATH'] = '%s:%s/pkgconfig:/usr/lib/qt4/lib/pkgconfig:/opt/qt4/lib/pkgconfig:/usr/lib/qt4/lib:/opt/qt4/lib' % (qtlibs, qtlibs)
+
+ try:
+ if os.environ.get("QT4_XCOMPILE"):
+ raise self.errors.ConfigurationError()
+ self.check_cfg(atleast_pkgconfig_version='0.1')
+ except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
+ for i in self.qt4_vars:
+ uselib = i.upper()
+ if Utils.unversioned_sys_platform() == "darwin":
+ # Since at least qt 4.7.3 each library locates in separate directory
+ frameworkName = i + ".framework"
+ qtDynamicLib = os.path.join(qtlibs, frameworkName, i)
+ if os.path.exists(qtDynamicLib):
+ env.append_unique('FRAMEWORK_' + uselib, i)
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, qtDynamicLib, 'GREEN')
+ else:
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, False, 'YELLOW')
+ env.append_unique('INCLUDES_' + uselib, os.path.join(qtlibs, frameworkName, 'Headers'))
+ elif env.DEST_OS != "win32":
+ qtDynamicLib = os.path.join(qtlibs, "lib" + i + ".so")
+ qtStaticLib = os.path.join(qtlibs, "lib" + i + ".a")
+ if os.path.exists(qtDynamicLib):
+ env.append_unique('LIB_' + uselib, i)
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, qtDynamicLib, 'GREEN')
+ elif os.path.exists(qtStaticLib):
+ env.append_unique('LIB_' + uselib, i)
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, qtStaticLib, 'GREEN')
+ else:
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, False, 'YELLOW')
+
+ env.append_unique('LIBPATH_' + uselib, qtlibs)
+ env.append_unique('INCLUDES_' + uselib, qtincludes)
+ env.append_unique('INCLUDES_' + uselib, os.path.join(qtincludes, i))
+ else:
+ # Release library names are like QtCore4
+ for k in ("lib%s.a", "lib%s4.a", "%s.lib", "%s4.lib"):
+ lib = os.path.join(qtlibs, k % i)
+ if os.path.exists(lib):
+ env.append_unique('LIB_' + uselib, i + k[k.find("%s") + 2 : k.find('.')])
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, lib, 'GREEN')
+ break
+ else:
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, False, 'YELLOW')
+
+ env.append_unique('LIBPATH_' + uselib, qtlibs)
+ env.append_unique('INCLUDES_' + uselib, qtincludes)
+ env.append_unique('INCLUDES_' + uselib, os.path.join(qtincludes, i))
+
+ # Debug library names are like QtCore4d
+ uselib = i.upper() + "_debug"
+ for k in ("lib%sd.a", "lib%sd4.a", "%sd.lib", "%sd4.lib"):
+ lib = os.path.join(qtlibs, k % i)
+ if os.path.exists(lib):
+ env.append_unique('LIB_' + uselib, i + k[k.find("%s") + 2 : k.find('.')])
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, lib, 'GREEN')
+ break
+ else:
+ self.msg('Checking for %s' % i, False, 'YELLOW')
+
+ env.append_unique('LIBPATH_' + uselib, qtlibs)
+ env.append_unique('INCLUDES_' + uselib, qtincludes)
+ env.append_unique('INCLUDES_' + uselib, os.path.join(qtincludes, i))
+ else:
+ for i in self.qt4_vars_debug + self.qt4_vars:
+ self.check_cfg(package=i, args='--cflags --libs', mandatory=False)
+
+@conf
+def simplify_qt4_libs(self):
+ # the libpaths make really long command-lines
+ # remove the qtcore ones from qtgui, etc
+ env = self.env
+ def process_lib(vars_, coreval):
+ for d in vars_:
+ var = d.upper()
+ if var == 'QTCORE':
+ continue
+
+ value = env['LIBPATH_'+var]
+ if value:
+ core = env[coreval]
+ accu = []
+ for lib in value:
+ if lib in core:
+ continue
+ accu.append(lib)
+ env['LIBPATH_'+var] = accu
+
+ process_lib(self.qt4_vars, 'LIBPATH_QTCORE')
+ process_lib(self.qt4_vars_debug, 'LIBPATH_QTCORE_DEBUG')
+
+@conf
+def add_qt4_rpath(self):
+ # rpath if wanted
+ env = self.env
+ if getattr(Options.options, 'want_rpath', False):
+ def process_rpath(vars_, coreval):
+ for d in vars_:
+ var = d.upper()
+ value = env['LIBPATH_'+var]
+ if value:
+ core = env[coreval]
+ accu = []
+ for lib in value:
+ if var != 'QTCORE':
+ if lib in core:
+ continue
+ accu.append('-Wl,--rpath='+lib)
+ env['RPATH_'+var] = accu
+ process_rpath(self.qt4_vars, 'LIBPATH_QTCORE')
+ process_rpath(self.qt4_vars_debug, 'LIBPATH_QTCORE_DEBUG')
+
+@conf
+def set_qt4_libs_to_check(self):
+ if not hasattr(self, 'qt4_vars'):
+ self.qt4_vars = QT4_LIBS
+ self.qt4_vars = Utils.to_list(self.qt4_vars)
+ if not hasattr(self, 'qt4_vars_debug'):
+ self.qt4_vars_debug = [a + '_debug' for a in self.qt4_vars]
+ self.qt4_vars_debug = Utils.to_list(self.qt4_vars_debug)
+
+@conf
+def set_qt4_defines(self):
+ if sys.platform != 'win32':
+ return
+ for x in self.qt4_vars:
+ y = x[2:].upper()
+ self.env.append_unique('DEFINES_%s' % x.upper(), 'QT_%s_LIB' % y)
+ self.env.append_unique('DEFINES_%s_DEBUG' % x.upper(), 'QT_%s_LIB' % y)
+
+def options(opt):
+ """
+ Command-line options
+ """
+ opt.add_option('--want-rpath', action='store_true', default=False, dest='want_rpath', help='enable the rpath for qt libraries')
+
+ opt.add_option('--header-ext',
+ type='string',
+ default='',
+ help='header extension for moc files',
+ dest='qt_header_ext')
+
+ for i in 'qtdir qtbin qtlibs'.split():
+ opt.add_option('--'+i, type='string', default='', dest=i)
+
+ opt.add_option('--translate', action="store_true", help="collect translation strings", dest="trans_qt4", default=False)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/relocation.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/relocation.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7e821f4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/relocation.py
@@ -0,0 +1,85 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+"""
+Waf 1.6
+
+Try to detect if the project directory was relocated, and if it was,
+change the node representing the project directory. Just call:
+
+ waf configure build
+
+Note that if the project directory name changes, the signatures for the tasks using
+files in that directory will change, causing a partial build.
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Build, ConfigSet, Task, Utils, Errors
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method
+
+EXTRA_LOCK = '.old_srcdir'
+
+old1 = Build.BuildContext.store
+def store(self):
+ old1(self)
+ db = os.path.join(self.variant_dir, EXTRA_LOCK)
+ env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
+ env.SRCDIR = self.srcnode.abspath()
+ env.store(db)
+Build.BuildContext.store = store
+
+old2 = Build.BuildContext.init_dirs
+def init_dirs(self):
+
+ if not (os.path.isabs(self.top_dir) and os.path.isabs(self.out_dir)):
+ raise Errors.WafError('The project was not configured: run "waf configure" first!')
+
+ srcdir = None
+ db = os.path.join(self.variant_dir, EXTRA_LOCK)
+ env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
+ try:
+ env.load(db)
+ srcdir = env.SRCDIR
+ except:
+ pass
+
+ if srcdir:
+ d = self.root.find_node(srcdir)
+ if d and srcdir != self.top_dir and getattr(d, 'children', ''):
+ srcnode = self.root.make_node(self.top_dir)
+ print("relocating the source directory %r -> %r" % (srcdir, self.top_dir))
+ srcnode.children = {}
+
+ for (k, v) in d.children.items():
+ srcnode.children[k] = v
+ v.parent = srcnode
+ d.children = {}
+
+ old2(self)
+
+Build.BuildContext.init_dirs = init_dirs
+
+
+def uid(self):
+ try:
+ return self.uid_
+ except AttributeError:
+ # this is not a real hot zone, but we want to avoid surprises here
+ m = Utils.md5()
+ up = m.update
+ up(self.__class__.__name__.encode())
+ for x in self.inputs + self.outputs:
+ up(x.path_from(x.ctx.srcnode).encode())
+ self.uid_ = m.digest()
+ return self.uid_
+Task.Task.uid = uid
+
+@feature('c', 'cxx', 'd', 'go', 'asm', 'fc', 'includes')
+@after_method('propagate_uselib_vars', 'process_source')
+def apply_incpaths(self):
+ lst = self.to_incnodes(self.to_list(getattr(self, 'includes', [])) + self.env['INCLUDES'])
+ self.includes_nodes = lst
+ bld = self.bld
+ self.env['INCPATHS'] = [x.is_child_of(bld.srcnode) and x.path_from(bld.bldnode) or x.abspath() for x in lst]
+
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/remote.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/remote.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f43b600
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/remote.py
@@ -0,0 +1,327 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Remote Builds tool using rsync+ssh
+
+__author__ = "Jérôme Carretero <cJ-waf@zougloub.eu>"
+__copyright__ = "Jérôme Carretero, 2013"
+
+"""
+Simple Remote Builds
+********************
+
+This tool is an *experimental* tool (meaning, do not even try to pollute
+the waf bug tracker with bugs in here, contact me directly) providing simple
+remote builds.
+
+It uses rsync and ssh to perform the remote builds.
+It is intended for performing cross-compilation on platforms where
+a cross-compiler is either unavailable (eg. MacOS, QNX) a specific product
+does not exist (eg. Windows builds using Visual Studio) or simply not installed.
+This tool sends the sources and the waf script to the remote host,
+and commands the usual waf execution.
+
+There are alternatives to using this tool, such as setting up shared folders,
+logging on to remote machines, and building on the shared folders.
+Electing one method or another depends on the size of the program.
+
+
+Usage
+=====
+
+1. Set your wscript file so it includes a list of variants,
+ e.g.::
+
+ from waflib import Utils
+ top = '.'
+ out = 'build'
+
+ variants = [
+ 'linux_64_debug',
+ 'linux_64_release',
+ 'linux_32_debug',
+ 'linux_32_release',
+ ]
+
+ from waflib.extras import remote
+
+ def options(opt):
+ # normal stuff from here on
+ opt.load('compiler_c')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ if not conf.variant:
+ return
+ # normal stuff from here on
+ conf.load('compiler_c')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ if not bld.variant:
+ return
+ # normal stuff from here on
+ bld(features='c cprogram', target='app', source='main.c')
+
+
+2. Build the waf file, so it includes this tool, and put it in the current
+ directory
+
+ .. code:: bash
+
+ ./waf-light --tools=remote
+
+3. Set the host names to access the hosts:
+
+ .. code:: bash
+
+ export REMOTE_QNX=user@kiunix
+
+4. Setup the ssh server and ssh keys
+
+ The ssh key should not be protected by a password, or it will prompt for it every time.
+ Create the key on the client:
+
+ .. code:: bash
+
+ ssh-keygen -t rsa -f foo.rsa
+
+ Then copy foo.rsa.pub to the remote machine (user@kiunix:/home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys),
+ and make sure the permissions are correct (chmod go-w ~ ~/.ssh ~/.ssh/authorized_keys)
+
+ A separate key for the build processes can be set in the environment variable WAF_SSH_KEY.
+ The tool will then use 'ssh-keyscan' to avoid prompting for remote hosts, so
+ be warned to use this feature on internal networks only (MITM).
+
+ .. code:: bash
+
+ export WAF_SSH_KEY=~/foo.rsa
+
+5. Perform the build:
+
+ .. code:: bash
+
+ waf configure_all build_all --remote
+
+"""
+
+
+import getpass, os, re, sys
+from collections import OrderedDict
+from waflib import Context, Options, Utils, ConfigSet
+
+from waflib.Build import BuildContext, CleanContext, InstallContext, UninstallContext
+from waflib.Configure import ConfigurationContext
+
+
+is_remote = False
+if '--remote' in sys.argv:
+ is_remote = True
+ sys.argv.remove('--remote')
+
+class init(Context.Context):
+ """
+ Generates the *_all commands
+ """
+ cmd = 'init'
+ fun = 'init'
+ def execute(self):
+ for x in list(Context.g_module.variants):
+ self.make_variant(x)
+ lst = ['remote']
+ for k in Options.commands:
+ if k.endswith('_all'):
+ name = k.replace('_all', '')
+ for x in Context.g_module.variants:
+ lst.append('%s_%s' % (name, x))
+ else:
+ lst.append(k)
+ del Options.commands[:]
+ Options.commands += lst
+
+ def make_variant(self, x):
+ for y in (BuildContext, CleanContext, InstallContext, UninstallContext):
+ name = y.__name__.replace('Context','').lower()
+ class tmp(y):
+ cmd = name + '_' + x
+ fun = 'build'
+ variant = x
+ class tmp(ConfigurationContext):
+ cmd = 'configure_' + x
+ fun = 'configure'
+ variant = x
+ def __init__(self, **kw):
+ ConfigurationContext.__init__(self, **kw)
+ self.setenv(x)
+
+class remote(BuildContext):
+ cmd = 'remote'
+ fun = 'build'
+
+ def get_ssh_hosts(self):
+ lst = []
+ for v in Context.g_module.variants:
+ self.env.HOST = self.login_to_host(self.variant_to_login(v))
+ cmd = Utils.subst_vars('${SSH_KEYSCAN} -t rsa,ecdsa ${HOST}', self.env)
+ out, err = self.cmd_and_log(cmd, output=Context.BOTH, quiet=Context.BOTH)
+ lst.append(out.strip())
+ return lst
+
+ def setup_private_ssh_key(self):
+ """
+ When WAF_SSH_KEY points to a private key, a .ssh directory will be created in the build directory
+ Make sure that the ssh key does not prompt for a password
+ """
+ key = os.environ.get('WAF_SSH_KEY', '')
+ if not key:
+ return
+ if not os.path.isfile(key):
+ self.fatal('Key in WAF_SSH_KEY must point to a valid file')
+ self.ssh_dir = os.path.join(self.path.abspath(), 'build', '.ssh')
+ self.ssh_hosts = os.path.join(self.ssh_dir, 'known_hosts')
+ self.ssh_key = os.path.join(self.ssh_dir, os.path.basename(key))
+ self.ssh_config = os.path.join(self.ssh_dir, 'config')
+ for x in self.ssh_hosts, self.ssh_key, self.ssh_config:
+ if not os.path.isfile(x):
+ if not os.path.isdir(self.ssh_dir):
+ os.makedirs(self.ssh_dir)
+ Utils.writef(self.ssh_key, Utils.readf(key), 'wb')
+ os.chmod(self.ssh_key, 448)
+
+ Utils.writef(self.ssh_hosts, '\n'.join(self.get_ssh_hosts()))
+ os.chmod(self.ssh_key, 448)
+
+ Utils.writef(self.ssh_config, 'UserKnownHostsFile %s' % self.ssh_hosts, 'wb')
+ os.chmod(self.ssh_config, 448)
+ self.env.SSH_OPTS = ['-F', self.ssh_config, '-i', self.ssh_key]
+ self.env.append_value('RSYNC_SEND_OPTS', '--exclude=build/.ssh')
+
+ def skip_unbuildable_variant(self):
+ # skip variants that cannot be built on this OS
+ for k in Options.commands:
+ a, _, b = k.partition('_')
+ if b in Context.g_module.variants:
+ c, _, _ = b.partition('_')
+ if c != Utils.unversioned_sys_platform():
+ Options.commands.remove(k)
+
+ def login_to_host(self, login):
+ return re.sub(r'(\w+@)', '', login)
+
+ def variant_to_login(self, variant):
+ """linux_32_debug -> search env.LINUX_32 and then env.LINUX"""
+ x = variant[:variant.rfind('_')]
+ ret = os.environ.get('REMOTE_' + x.upper(), '')
+ if not ret:
+ x = x[:x.find('_')]
+ ret = os.environ.get('REMOTE_' + x.upper(), '')
+ if not ret:
+ ret = '%s@localhost' % getpass.getuser()
+ return ret
+
+ def execute(self):
+ global is_remote
+ if not is_remote:
+ self.skip_unbuildable_variant()
+ else:
+ BuildContext.execute(self)
+
+ def restore(self):
+ self.top_dir = os.path.abspath(Context.g_module.top)
+ self.srcnode = self.root.find_node(self.top_dir)
+ self.path = self.srcnode
+
+ self.out_dir = os.path.join(self.top_dir, Context.g_module.out)
+ self.bldnode = self.root.make_node(self.out_dir)
+ self.bldnode.mkdir()
+
+ self.env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
+
+ def extract_groups_of_builds(self):
+ """Return a dict mapping each variants to the commands to build"""
+ self.vgroups = {}
+ for x in reversed(Options.commands):
+ _, _, variant = x.partition('_')
+ if variant in Context.g_module.variants:
+ try:
+ dct = self.vgroups[variant]
+ except KeyError:
+ dct = self.vgroups[variant] = OrderedDict()
+ try:
+ dct[variant].append(x)
+ except KeyError:
+ dct[variant] = [x]
+ Options.commands.remove(x)
+
+ def custom_options(self, login):
+ try:
+ return Context.g_module.host_options[login]
+ except (AttributeError, KeyError):
+ return {}
+
+ def recurse(self, *k, **kw):
+ self.env.RSYNC = getattr(Context.g_module, 'rsync', 'rsync -a --chmod=u+rwx')
+ self.env.SSH = getattr(Context.g_module, 'ssh', 'ssh')
+ self.env.SSH_KEYSCAN = getattr(Context.g_module, 'ssh_keyscan', 'ssh-keyscan')
+ try:
+ self.env.WAF = getattr(Context.g_module, 'waf')
+ except AttributeError:
+ try:
+ os.stat('waf')
+ except KeyError:
+ self.fatal('Put a waf file in the directory (./waf-light --tools=remote)')
+ else:
+ self.env.WAF = './waf'
+
+ self.extract_groups_of_builds()
+ self.setup_private_ssh_key()
+ for k, v in self.vgroups.items():
+ task = self(rule=rsync_and_ssh, always=True)
+ task.env.login = self.variant_to_login(k)
+
+ task.env.commands = []
+ for opt, value in v.items():
+ task.env.commands += value
+ task.env.variant = task.env.commands[0].partition('_')[2]
+ for opt, value in self.custom_options(k):
+ task.env[opt] = value
+ self.jobs = len(self.vgroups)
+
+ def make_mkdir_command(self, task):
+ return Utils.subst_vars('${SSH} ${SSH_OPTS} ${login} "rm -fr ${remote_dir} && mkdir -p ${remote_dir}"', task.env)
+
+ def make_send_command(self, task):
+ return Utils.subst_vars('${RSYNC} ${RSYNC_SEND_OPTS} -e "${SSH} ${SSH_OPTS}" ${local_dir} ${login}:${remote_dir}', task.env)
+
+ def make_exec_command(self, task):
+ txt = '''${SSH} ${SSH_OPTS} ${login} "cd ${remote_dir} && ${WAF} ${commands}"'''
+ return Utils.subst_vars(txt, task.env)
+
+ def make_save_command(self, task):
+ return Utils.subst_vars('${RSYNC} ${RSYNC_SAVE_OPTS} -e "${SSH} ${SSH_OPTS}" ${login}:${remote_dir_variant} ${build_dir}', task.env)
+
+def rsync_and_ssh(task):
+
+ # remove a warning
+ task.uid_ = id(task)
+
+ bld = task.generator.bld
+
+ task.env.user, _, _ = task.env.login.partition('@')
+ task.env.hdir = Utils.to_hex(Utils.h_list((task.generator.path.abspath(), task.env.variant)))
+ task.env.remote_dir = '~%s/wafremote/%s' % (task.env.user, task.env.hdir)
+ task.env.local_dir = bld.srcnode.abspath() + '/'
+
+ task.env.remote_dir_variant = '%s/%s/%s' % (task.env.remote_dir, Context.g_module.out, task.env.variant)
+ task.env.build_dir = bld.bldnode.abspath()
+
+ ret = task.exec_command(bld.make_mkdir_command(task))
+ if ret:
+ return ret
+ ret = task.exec_command(bld.make_send_command(task))
+ if ret:
+ return ret
+ ret = task.exec_command(bld.make_exec_command(task))
+ if ret:
+ return ret
+ ret = task.exec_command(bld.make_save_command(task))
+ if ret:
+ return ret
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/resx.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/resx.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..caf4d31
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/resx.py
@@ -0,0 +1,35 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task
+from waflib.TaskGen import extension
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['resgen'], var='RESGEN')
+ conf.env.RESGENFLAGS = '/useSourcePath'
+
+@extension('.resx')
+def resx_file(self, node):
+ """
+ Bind the .resx extension to a resgen task
+ """
+ if not getattr(self, 'cs_task', None):
+ self.bld.fatal('resx_file has no link task for use %r' % self)
+
+ # Given assembly 'Foo' and file 'Sub/Dir/File.resx', create 'Foo.Sub.Dir.File.resources'
+ assembly = getattr(self, 'namespace', os.path.splitext(self.gen)[0])
+ res = os.path.splitext(node.path_from(self.path))[0].replace('/', '.').replace('\\', '.')
+ out = self.path.find_or_declare(assembly + '.' + res + '.resources')
+
+ tsk = self.create_task('resgen', node, out)
+
+ self.cs_task.dep_nodes.extend(tsk.outputs) # dependency
+ self.env.append_value('RESOURCES', tsk.outputs[0].bldpath())
+
+class resgen(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Compile C# resource files
+ """
+ color = 'YELLOW'
+ run_str = '${RESGEN} ${RESGENFLAGS} ${SRC} ${TGT}'
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/review.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/review.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..561e062
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/review.py
@@ -0,0 +1,325 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Laurent Birtz, 2011
+# moved the code into a separate tool (ita)
+
+"""
+There are several things here:
+- a different command-line option management making options persistent
+- the review command to display the options set
+
+Assumptions:
+- configuration options are not always added to the right group (and do not count on the users to do it...)
+- the options are persistent between the executions (waf options are NOT persistent by design), even for the configuration
+- when the options change, the build is invalidated (forcing a reconfiguration)
+"""
+
+import os, textwrap, shutil
+from waflib import Logs, Context, ConfigSet, Options, Build, Configure
+
+class Odict(dict):
+ """Ordered dictionary"""
+ def __init__(self, data=None):
+ self._keys = []
+ dict.__init__(self)
+ if data:
+ # we were provided a regular dict
+ if isinstance(data, dict):
+ self.append_from_dict(data)
+
+ # we were provided a tuple list
+ elif type(data) == list:
+ self.append_from_plist(data)
+
+ # we were provided invalid input
+ else:
+ raise Exception("expected a dict or a tuple list")
+
+ def append_from_dict(self, dict):
+ map(self.__setitem__, dict.keys(), dict.values())
+
+ def append_from_plist(self, plist):
+ for pair in plist:
+ if len(pair) != 2:
+ raise Exception("invalid pairs list")
+ for (k, v) in plist:
+ self.__setitem__(k, v)
+
+ def __delitem__(self, key):
+ if not key in self._keys:
+ raise KeyError(key)
+ dict.__delitem__(self, key)
+ self._keys.remove(key)
+
+ def __setitem__(self, key, item):
+ dict.__setitem__(self, key, item)
+ if key not in self._keys:
+ self._keys.append(key)
+
+ def clear(self):
+ dict.clear(self)
+ self._keys = []
+
+ def copy(self):
+ return Odict(self.plist())
+
+ def items(self):
+ return zip(self._keys, self.values())
+
+ def keys(self):
+ return list(self._keys) # return a copy of the list
+
+ def values(self):
+ return map(self.get, self._keys)
+
+ def plist(self):
+ p = []
+ for k, v in self.items():
+ p.append( (k, v) )
+ return p
+
+ def __str__(self):
+ buf = []
+ buf.append("{ ")
+ for k, v in self.items():
+ buf.append('%r : %r, ' % (k, v))
+ buf.append("}")
+ return ''.join(buf)
+
+review_options = Odict()
+"""
+Ordered dictionary mapping configuration option names to their optparse option.
+"""
+
+review_defaults = {}
+"""
+Dictionary mapping configuration option names to their default value.
+"""
+
+old_review_set = None
+"""
+Review set containing the configuration values before parsing the command line.
+"""
+
+new_review_set = None
+"""
+Review set containing the configuration values after parsing the command line.
+"""
+
+class OptionsReview(Options.OptionsContext):
+ def __init__(self, **kw):
+ super(self.__class__, self).__init__(**kw)
+
+ def prepare_config_review(self):
+ """
+ Find the configuration options that are reviewable, detach
+ their default value from their optparse object and store them
+ into the review dictionaries.
+ """
+ gr = self.get_option_group('configure options')
+ for opt in gr.option_list:
+ if opt.action != 'store' or opt.dest in ("out", "top"):
+ continue
+ review_options[opt.dest] = opt
+ review_defaults[opt.dest] = opt.default
+ if gr.defaults.has_key(opt.dest):
+ del gr.defaults[opt.dest]
+ opt.default = None
+
+ def parse_args(self):
+ self.prepare_config_review()
+ self.parser.get_option('--prefix').help = 'installation prefix'
+ super(OptionsReview, self).parse_args()
+ Context.create_context('review').refresh_review_set()
+
+class ReviewContext(Context.Context):
+ '''reviews the configuration values'''
+
+ cmd = 'review'
+
+ def __init__(self, **kw):
+ super(self.__class__, self).__init__(**kw)
+
+ out = Options.options.out
+ if not out:
+ out = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.OUT, None)
+ if not out:
+ out = Options.lockfile.replace('.lock-waf', '')
+ self.build_path = (os.path.isabs(out) and self.root or self.path).make_node(out).abspath()
+ """Path to the build directory"""
+
+ self.cache_path = os.path.join(self.build_path, Build.CACHE_DIR)
+ """Path to the cache directory"""
+
+ self.review_path = os.path.join(self.cache_path, 'review.cache')
+ """Path to the review cache file"""
+
+ def execute(self):
+ """
+ Display and store the review set. Invalidate the cache as required.
+ """
+ if not self.compare_review_set(old_review_set, new_review_set):
+ self.invalidate_cache()
+ self.store_review_set(new_review_set)
+ print(self.display_review_set(new_review_set))
+
+ def invalidate_cache(self):
+ """Invalidate the cache to prevent bad builds."""
+ try:
+ Logs.warn("Removing the cached configuration since the options have changed")
+ shutil.rmtree(self.cache_path)
+ except:
+ pass
+
+ def refresh_review_set(self):
+ """
+ Obtain the old review set and the new review set, and import the new set.
+ """
+ global old_review_set, new_review_set
+ old_review_set = self.load_review_set()
+ new_review_set = self.update_review_set(old_review_set)
+ self.import_review_set(new_review_set)
+
+ def load_review_set(self):
+ """
+ Load and return the review set from the cache if it exists.
+ Otherwise, return an empty set.
+ """
+ if os.path.isfile(self.review_path):
+ return ConfigSet.ConfigSet(self.review_path)
+ return ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
+
+ def store_review_set(self, review_set):
+ """
+ Store the review set specified in the cache.
+ """
+ if not os.path.isdir(self.cache_path):
+ os.makedirs(self.cache_path)
+ review_set.store(self.review_path)
+
+ def update_review_set(self, old_set):
+ """
+ Merge the options passed on the command line with those imported
+ from the previous review set and return the corresponding
+ preview set.
+ """
+
+ # Convert value to string. It's important that 'None' maps to
+ # the empty string.
+ def val_to_str(val):
+ if val == None or val == '':
+ return ''
+ return str(val)
+
+ new_set = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
+ opt_dict = Options.options.__dict__
+
+ for name in review_options.keys():
+ # the option is specified explicitly on the command line
+ if name in opt_dict:
+ # if the option is the default, pretend it was never specified
+ if val_to_str(opt_dict[name]) != val_to_str(review_defaults[name]):
+ new_set[name] = opt_dict[name]
+ # the option was explicitly specified in a previous command
+ elif name in old_set:
+ new_set[name] = old_set[name]
+
+ return new_set
+
+ def import_review_set(self, review_set):
+ """
+ Import the actual value of the reviewable options in the option
+ dictionary, given the current review set.
+ """
+ for name in review_options.keys():
+ if name in review_set:
+ value = review_set[name]
+ else:
+ value = review_defaults[name]
+ setattr(Options.options, name, value)
+
+ def compare_review_set(self, set1, set2):
+ """
+ Return true if the review sets specified are equal.
+ """
+ if len(set1.keys()) != len(set2.keys()):
+ return False
+ for key in set1.keys():
+ if not key in set2 or set1[key] != set2[key]:
+ return False
+ return True
+
+ def display_review_set(self, review_set):
+ """
+ Return the string representing the review set specified.
+ """
+ term_width = Logs.get_term_cols()
+ lines = []
+ for dest in review_options.keys():
+ opt = review_options[dest]
+ name = ", ".join(opt._short_opts + opt._long_opts)
+ help = opt.help
+ actual = None
+ if dest in review_set:
+ actual = review_set[dest]
+ default = review_defaults[dest]
+ lines.append(self.format_option(name, help, actual, default, term_width))
+ return "Configuration:\n\n" + "\n\n".join(lines) + "\n"
+
+ def format_option(self, name, help, actual, default, term_width):
+ """
+ Return the string representing the option specified.
+ """
+ def val_to_str(val):
+ if val == None or val == '':
+ return "(void)"
+ return str(val)
+
+ max_name_len = 20
+ sep_len = 2
+
+ w = textwrap.TextWrapper()
+ w.width = term_width - 1
+ if w.width < 60:
+ w.width = 60
+
+ out = ""
+
+ # format the help
+ out += w.fill(help) + "\n"
+
+ # format the name
+ name_len = len(name)
+ out += Logs.colors.CYAN + name + Logs.colors.NORMAL
+
+ # set the indentation used when the value wraps to the next line
+ w.subsequent_indent = " ".rjust(max_name_len + sep_len)
+ w.width -= (max_name_len + sep_len)
+
+ # the name string is too long, switch to the next line
+ if name_len > max_name_len:
+ out += "\n" + w.subsequent_indent
+
+ # fill the remaining of the line with spaces
+ else:
+ out += " ".rjust(max_name_len + sep_len - name_len)
+
+ # format the actual value, if there is one
+ if actual != None:
+ out += Logs.colors.BOLD + w.fill(val_to_str(actual)) + Logs.colors.NORMAL + "\n" + w.subsequent_indent
+
+ # format the default value
+ default_fmt = val_to_str(default)
+ if actual != None:
+ default_fmt = "default: " + default_fmt
+ out += Logs.colors.NORMAL + w.fill(default_fmt) + Logs.colors.NORMAL
+
+ return out
+
+# Monkey-patch ConfigurationContext.execute() to have it store the review set.
+old_configure_execute = Configure.ConfigurationContext.execute
+def new_configure_execute(self):
+ old_configure_execute(self)
+ Context.create_context('review').store_review_set(new_review_set)
+Configure.ConfigurationContext.execute = new_configure_execute
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/rst.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/rst.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f3c3a5e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/rst.py
@@ -0,0 +1,260 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Jérôme Carretero, 2013 (zougloub)
+
+"""
+reStructuredText support (experimental)
+
+Example::
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('rst')
+ if not conf.env.RST2HTML:
+ conf.fatal('The program rst2html is required')
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(
+ features = 'rst',
+ type = 'rst2html', # rst2html, rst2pdf, ...
+ source = 'index.rst', # mandatory, the source
+ deps = 'image.png', # to give additional non-trivial dependencies
+ )
+
+By default the tool looks for a set of programs in PATH.
+The tools are defined in `rst_progs`.
+To configure with a special program use::
+
+ $ RST2HTML=/path/to/rst2html waf configure
+
+This tool is experimental; don't hesitate to contribute to it.
+
+"""
+
+import re
+from waflib import Node, Utils, Task, Errors, Logs
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method
+
+rst_progs = "rst2html rst2xetex rst2latex rst2xml rst2pdf rst2s5 rst2man rst2odt rst2rtf".split()
+
+def parse_rst_node(task, node, nodes, names, seen, dirs=None):
+ # TODO add extensibility, to handle custom rst include tags...
+ if dirs is None:
+ dirs = (node.parent,node.get_bld().parent)
+
+ if node in seen:
+ return
+ seen.append(node)
+ code = node.read()
+ re_rst = re.compile(r'^\s*.. ((?P<subst>\|\S+\|) )?(?P<type>include|image|figure):: (?P<file>.*)$', re.M)
+ for match in re_rst.finditer(code):
+ ipath = match.group('file')
+ itype = match.group('type')
+ Logs.debug('rst: visiting %s: %s', itype, ipath)
+ found = False
+ for d in dirs:
+ Logs.debug('rst: looking for %s in %s', ipath, d.abspath())
+ found = d.find_node(ipath)
+ if found:
+ Logs.debug('rst: found %s as %s', ipath, found.abspath())
+ nodes.append((itype, found))
+ if itype == 'include':
+ parse_rst_node(task, found, nodes, names, seen)
+ break
+ if not found:
+ names.append((itype, ipath))
+
+class docutils(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Compile a rst file.
+ """
+
+ def scan(self):
+ """
+ A recursive regex-based scanner that finds rst dependencies.
+ """
+
+ nodes = []
+ names = []
+ seen = []
+
+ node = self.inputs[0]
+
+ if not node:
+ return (nodes, names)
+
+ parse_rst_node(self, node, nodes, names, seen)
+
+ Logs.debug('rst: %r: found the following file deps: %r', self, nodes)
+ if names:
+ Logs.warn('rst: %r: could not find the following file deps: %r', self, names)
+
+ return ([v for (t,v) in nodes], [v for (t,v) in names])
+
+ def check_status(self, msg, retcode):
+ """
+ Check an exit status and raise an error with a particular message
+
+ :param msg: message to display if the code is non-zero
+ :type msg: string
+ :param retcode: condition
+ :type retcode: boolean
+ """
+ if retcode != 0:
+ raise Errors.WafError('%r command exit status %r' % (msg, retcode))
+
+ def run(self):
+ """
+ Runs the rst compilation using docutils
+ """
+ raise NotImplementedError()
+
+class rst2html(docutils):
+ color = 'BLUE'
+
+ def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
+ docutils.__init__(self, *args, **kw)
+ self.command = self.generator.env.RST2HTML
+ self.attributes = ['stylesheet']
+
+ def scan(self):
+ nodes, names = docutils.scan(self)
+
+ for attribute in self.attributes:
+ stylesheet = getattr(self.generator, attribute, None)
+ if stylesheet is not None:
+ ssnode = self.generator.to_nodes(stylesheet)[0]
+ nodes.append(ssnode)
+ Logs.debug('rst: adding dep to %s %s', attribute, stylesheet)
+
+ return nodes, names
+
+ def run(self):
+ cwdn = self.outputs[0].parent
+ src = self.inputs[0].path_from(cwdn)
+ dst = self.outputs[0].path_from(cwdn)
+
+ cmd = self.command + [src, dst]
+ cmd += Utils.to_list(getattr(self.generator, 'options', []))
+ for attribute in self.attributes:
+ stylesheet = getattr(self.generator, attribute, None)
+ if stylesheet is not None:
+ stylesheet = self.generator.to_nodes(stylesheet)[0]
+ cmd += ['--%s' % attribute, stylesheet.path_from(cwdn)]
+
+ return self.exec_command(cmd, cwd=cwdn.abspath())
+
+class rst2s5(rst2html):
+ def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
+ rst2html.__init__(self, *args, **kw)
+ self.command = self.generator.env.RST2S5
+ self.attributes = ['stylesheet']
+
+class rst2latex(rst2html):
+ def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
+ rst2html.__init__(self, *args, **kw)
+ self.command = self.generator.env.RST2LATEX
+ self.attributes = ['stylesheet']
+
+class rst2xetex(rst2html):
+ def __init__(self, *args, **kw):
+ rst2html.__init__(self, *args, **kw)
+ self.command = self.generator.env.RST2XETEX
+ self.attributes = ['stylesheet']
+
+class rst2pdf(docutils):
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ def run(self):
+ cwdn = self.outputs[0].parent
+ src = self.inputs[0].path_from(cwdn)
+ dst = self.outputs[0].path_from(cwdn)
+
+ cmd = self.generator.env.RST2PDF + [src, '-o', dst]
+ cmd += Utils.to_list(getattr(self.generator, 'options', []))
+
+ return self.exec_command(cmd, cwd=cwdn.abspath())
+
+
+@feature('rst')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def apply_rst(self):
+ """
+ Create :py:class:`rst` or other rst-related task objects
+ """
+
+ if self.target:
+ if isinstance(self.target, Node.Node):
+ tgt = self.target
+ elif isinstance(self.target, str):
+ tgt = self.path.get_bld().make_node(self.target)
+ else:
+ self.bld.fatal("rst: Don't know how to build target name %s which is not a string or Node for %s" % (self.target, self))
+ else:
+ tgt = None
+
+ tsk_type = getattr(self, 'type', None)
+
+ src = self.to_nodes(self.source)
+ assert len(src) == 1
+ src = src[0]
+
+ if tsk_type is not None and tgt is None:
+ if tsk_type.startswith('rst2'):
+ ext = tsk_type[4:]
+ else:
+ self.bld.fatal("rst: Could not detect the output file extension for %s" % self)
+ tgt = src.change_ext('.%s' % ext)
+ elif tsk_type is None and tgt is not None:
+ out = tgt.name
+ ext = out[out.rfind('.')+1:]
+ self.type = 'rst2' + ext
+ elif tsk_type is not None and tgt is not None:
+ # the user knows what he wants
+ pass
+ else:
+ self.bld.fatal("rst: Need to indicate task type or target name for %s" % self)
+
+ deps_lst = []
+
+ if getattr(self, 'deps', None):
+ deps = self.to_list(self.deps)
+ for filename in deps:
+ n = self.path.find_resource(filename)
+ if not n:
+ self.bld.fatal('Could not find %r for %r' % (filename, self))
+ if not n in deps_lst:
+ deps_lst.append(n)
+
+ try:
+ task = self.create_task(self.type, src, tgt)
+ except KeyError:
+ self.bld.fatal("rst: Task of type %s not implemented (created by %s)" % (self.type, self))
+
+ task.env = self.env
+
+ # add the manual dependencies
+ if deps_lst:
+ try:
+ lst = self.bld.node_deps[task.uid()]
+ for n in deps_lst:
+ if not n in lst:
+ lst.append(n)
+ except KeyError:
+ self.bld.node_deps[task.uid()] = deps_lst
+
+ inst_to = getattr(self, 'install_path', None)
+ if inst_to:
+ self.install_task = self.add_install_files(install_to=inst_to, install_from=task.outputs[:])
+
+ self.source = []
+
+def configure(self):
+ """
+ Try to find the rst programs.
+
+ Do not raise any error if they are not found.
+ You'll have to use additional code in configure() to die
+ if programs were not found.
+ """
+ for p in rst_progs:
+ self.find_program(p, mandatory=False)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/run_do_script.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/run_do_script.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..07e3aa2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/run_do_script.py
@@ -0,0 +1,139 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, 2012
+
+"""
+Run a Stata do-script in the directory specified by **ctx.bldnode**. The
+first and only argument will be the name of the do-script (no extension),
+which can be accessed inside the do-script by the local macro `1'. Useful
+for keeping a log file.
+
+The tool uses the log file that is automatically kept by Stata only
+for error-catching purposes, it will be destroyed if the task finished
+without error. In case of an error in **some_script.do**, you can inspect
+it as **some_script.log** in the **ctx.bldnode** directory.
+
+Note that Stata will not return an error code if it exits abnormally --
+catching errors relies on parsing the log file mentioned before. Should
+the parser behave incorrectly please send an email to hmgaudecker [at] gmail.
+
+**WARNING**
+
+ The tool will not work if multiple do-scripts of the same name---but in
+ different directories---are run at the same time! Avoid this situation.
+
+Usage::
+
+ ctx(features='run_do_script',
+ source='some_script.do',
+ target=['some_table.tex', 'some_figure.eps'],
+ deps='some_data.csv')
+"""
+
+
+import os, re, sys
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Logs
+
+if sys.platform == 'darwin':
+ STATA_COMMANDS = ['Stata64MP', 'StataMP',
+ 'Stata64SE', 'StataSE',
+ 'Stata64', 'Stata']
+ STATAFLAGS = '-e -q do'
+ STATAENCODING = 'MacRoman'
+elif sys.platform.startswith('linux'):
+ STATA_COMMANDS = ['stata-mp', 'stata-se', 'stata']
+ STATAFLAGS = '-b -q do'
+ # Not sure whether this is correct...
+ STATAENCODING = 'Latin-1'
+elif sys.platform.lower().startswith('win'):
+ STATA_COMMANDS = ['StataMP-64', 'StataMP-ia',
+ 'StataMP', 'StataSE-64',
+ 'StataSE-ia', 'StataSE',
+ 'Stata-64', 'Stata-ia',
+ 'Stata.e', 'WMPSTATA',
+ 'WSESTATA', 'WSTATA']
+ STATAFLAGS = '/e do'
+ STATAENCODING = 'Latin-1'
+else:
+ raise Exception("Unknown sys.platform: %s " % sys.platform)
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ ctx.find_program(STATA_COMMANDS, var='STATACMD', errmsg="""\n
+No Stata executable found!\n\n
+If Stata is needed:\n
+ 1) Check the settings of your system path.
+ 2) Note we are looking for Stata executables called: %s
+ If yours has a different name, please report to hmgaudecker [at] gmail\n
+Else:\n
+ Do not load the 'run_do_script' tool in the main wscript.\n\n""" % STATA_COMMANDS)
+ ctx.env.STATAFLAGS = STATAFLAGS
+ ctx.env.STATAENCODING = STATAENCODING
+
+class run_do_script_base(Task.Task):
+ """Run a Stata do-script from the bldnode directory."""
+ run_str = '"${STATACMD}" ${STATAFLAGS} "${SRC[0].abspath()}" "${DOFILETRUNK}"'
+ shell = True
+
+class run_do_script(run_do_script_base):
+ """Use the log file automatically kept by Stata for error-catching.
+ Erase it if the task finished without error. If not, it will show
+ up as do_script.log in the bldnode directory.
+ """
+ def run(self):
+ run_do_script_base.run(self)
+ ret, log_tail = self.check_erase_log_file()
+ if ret:
+ Logs.error("""Running Stata on %r failed with code %r.\n\nCheck the log file %s, last 10 lines\n\n%s\n\n\n""",
+ self.inputs[0], ret, self.env.LOGFILEPATH, log_tail)
+ return ret
+
+ def check_erase_log_file(self):
+ """Parse Stata's default log file and erase it if everything okay.
+
+ Parser is based on Brendan Halpin's shell script found here:
+ http://teaching.sociology.ul.ie/bhalpin/wordpress/?p=122
+ """
+
+ if sys.version_info.major >= 3:
+ kwargs = {'file': self.env.LOGFILEPATH, 'mode': 'r', 'encoding': self.env.STATAENCODING}
+ else:
+ kwargs = {'name': self.env.LOGFILEPATH, 'mode': 'r'}
+ with open(**kwargs) as log:
+ log_tail = log.readlines()[-10:]
+ for line in log_tail:
+ error_found = re.match(r"r\(([0-9]+)\)", line)
+ if error_found:
+ return error_found.group(1), ''.join(log_tail)
+ else:
+ pass
+ # Only end up here if the parser did not identify an error.
+ os.remove(self.env.LOGFILEPATH)
+ return None, None
+
+
+@TaskGen.feature('run_do_script')
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+def apply_run_do_script(tg):
+ """Task generator customising the options etc. to call Stata in batch
+ mode for running a do-script.
+ """
+
+ # Convert sources and targets to nodes
+ src_node = tg.path.find_resource(tg.source)
+ tgt_nodes = [tg.path.find_or_declare(t) for t in tg.to_list(tg.target)]
+
+ tsk = tg.create_task('run_do_script', src=src_node, tgt=tgt_nodes)
+ tsk.env.DOFILETRUNK = os.path.splitext(src_node.name)[0]
+ tsk.env.LOGFILEPATH = os.path.join(tg.bld.bldnode.abspath(), '%s.log' % (tsk.env.DOFILETRUNK))
+
+ # dependencies (if the attribute 'deps' changes, trigger a recompilation)
+ for x in tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'deps', [])):
+ node = tg.path.find_resource(x)
+ if not node:
+ tg.bld.fatal('Could not find dependency %r for running %r' % (x, src_node.abspath()))
+ tsk.dep_nodes.append(node)
+ Logs.debug('deps: found dependencies %r for running %r', tsk.dep_nodes, src_node.abspath())
+
+ # Bypass the execution of process_source by setting the source to an empty list
+ tg.source = []
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/run_m_script.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/run_m_script.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b5f27eb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/run_m_script.py
@@ -0,0 +1,88 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, 2012
+
+"""
+Run a Matlab script.
+
+Note that the script is run in the directory where it lives -- Matlab won't
+allow it any other way.
+
+For error-catching purposes, keep an own log-file that is destroyed if the
+task finished without error. If not, it will show up as mscript_[index].log
+in the bldnode directory.
+
+Usage::
+
+ ctx(features='run_m_script',
+ source='some_script.m',
+ target=['some_table.tex', 'some_figure.eps'],
+ deps='some_data.mat')
+"""
+
+import os, sys
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Logs
+
+MATLAB_COMMANDS = ['matlab']
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ ctx.find_program(MATLAB_COMMANDS, var='MATLABCMD', errmsg = """\n
+No Matlab executable found!\n\n
+If Matlab is needed:\n
+ 1) Check the settings of your system path.
+ 2) Note we are looking for Matlab executables called: %s
+ If yours has a different name, please report to hmgaudecker [at] gmail\n
+Else:\n
+ Do not load the 'run_m_script' tool in the main wscript.\n\n""" % MATLAB_COMMANDS)
+ ctx.env.MATLABFLAGS = '-wait -nojvm -nosplash -minimize'
+
+class run_m_script_base(Task.Task):
+ """Run a Matlab script."""
+ run_str = '"${MATLABCMD}" ${MATLABFLAGS} -logfile "${LOGFILEPATH}" -r "try, ${MSCRIPTTRUNK}, exit(0), catch err, disp(err.getReport()), exit(1), end"'
+ shell = True
+
+class run_m_script(run_m_script_base):
+ """Erase the Matlab overall log file if everything went okay, else raise an
+ error and print its 10 last lines.
+ """
+ def run(self):
+ ret = run_m_script_base.run(self)
+ logfile = self.env.LOGFILEPATH
+ if ret:
+ mode = 'r'
+ if sys.version_info.major >= 3:
+ mode = 'rb'
+ with open(logfile, mode=mode) as f:
+ tail = f.readlines()[-10:]
+ Logs.error("""Running Matlab on %r returned the error %r\n\nCheck the log file %s, last 10 lines\n\n%s\n\n\n""",
+ self.inputs[0], ret, logfile, '\n'.join(tail))
+ else:
+ os.remove(logfile)
+ return ret
+
+@TaskGen.feature('run_m_script')
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+def apply_run_m_script(tg):
+ """Task generator customising the options etc. to call Matlab in batch
+ mode for running a m-script.
+ """
+
+ # Convert sources and targets to nodes
+ src_node = tg.path.find_resource(tg.source)
+ tgt_nodes = [tg.path.find_or_declare(t) for t in tg.to_list(tg.target)]
+
+ tsk = tg.create_task('run_m_script', src=src_node, tgt=tgt_nodes)
+ tsk.cwd = src_node.parent.abspath()
+ tsk.env.MSCRIPTTRUNK = os.path.splitext(src_node.name)[0]
+ tsk.env.LOGFILEPATH = os.path.join(tg.bld.bldnode.abspath(), '%s_%d.log' % (tsk.env.MSCRIPTTRUNK, tg.idx))
+
+ # dependencies (if the attribute 'deps' changes, trigger a recompilation)
+ for x in tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'deps', [])):
+ node = tg.path.find_resource(x)
+ if not node:
+ tg.bld.fatal('Could not find dependency %r for running %r' % (x, src_node.abspath()))
+ tsk.dep_nodes.append(node)
+ Logs.debug('deps: found dependencies %r for running %r', tsk.dep_nodes, src_node.abspath())
+
+ # Bypass the execution of process_source by setting the source to an empty list
+ tg.source = []
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/run_py_script.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/run_py_script.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3670381
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/run_py_script.py
@@ -0,0 +1,104 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, 2012
+
+"""
+Run a Python script in the directory specified by **ctx.bldnode**.
+
+Select a Python version by specifying the **version** keyword for
+the task generator instance as integer 2 or 3. Default is 3.
+
+If the build environment has an attribute "PROJECT_PATHS" with
+a key "PROJECT_ROOT", its value will be appended to the PYTHONPATH.
+Same a string passed to the optional **add_to_pythonpath**
+keyword (appended after the PROJECT_ROOT).
+
+Usage::
+
+ ctx(features='run_py_script', version=3,
+ source='some_script.py',
+ target=['some_table.tex', 'some_figure.eps'],
+ deps='some_data.csv',
+ add_to_pythonpath='src/some/library')
+"""
+
+import os, re
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Logs
+
+
+def configure(conf):
+ """TODO: Might need to be updated for Windows once
+ "PEP 397":http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0397/ is settled.
+ """
+ conf.find_program('python', var='PY2CMD', mandatory=False)
+ conf.find_program('python3', var='PY3CMD', mandatory=False)
+ if not conf.env.PY2CMD and not conf.env.PY3CMD:
+ conf.fatal("No Python interpreter found!")
+
+class run_py_2_script(Task.Task):
+ """Run a Python 2 script."""
+ run_str = '${PY2CMD} ${SRC[0].abspath()}'
+ shell=True
+
+class run_py_3_script(Task.Task):
+ """Run a Python 3 script."""
+ run_str = '${PY3CMD} ${SRC[0].abspath()}'
+ shell=True
+
+@TaskGen.feature('run_py_script')
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+def apply_run_py_script(tg):
+ """Task generator for running either Python 2 or Python 3 on a single
+ script.
+
+ Attributes:
+
+ * source -- A **single** source node or string. (required)
+ * target -- A single target or list of targets (nodes or strings)
+ * deps -- A single dependency or list of dependencies (nodes or strings)
+ * add_to_pythonpath -- A string that will be appended to the PYTHONPATH environment variable
+
+ If the build environment has an attribute "PROJECT_PATHS" with
+ a key "PROJECT_ROOT", its value will be appended to the PYTHONPATH.
+ """
+
+ # Set the Python version to use, default to 3.
+ v = getattr(tg, 'version', 3)
+ if v not in (2, 3):
+ raise ValueError("Specify the 'version' attribute for run_py_script task generator as integer 2 or 3.\n Got: %s" %v)
+
+ # Convert sources and targets to nodes
+ src_node = tg.path.find_resource(tg.source)
+ tgt_nodes = [tg.path.find_or_declare(t) for t in tg.to_list(tg.target)]
+
+ # Create the task.
+ tsk = tg.create_task('run_py_%d_script' %v, src=src_node, tgt=tgt_nodes)
+
+ # custom execution environment
+ # TODO use a list and os.sep.join(lst) at the end instead of concatenating strings
+ tsk.env.env = dict(os.environ)
+ tsk.env.env['PYTHONPATH'] = tsk.env.env.get('PYTHONPATH', '')
+ project_paths = getattr(tsk.env, 'PROJECT_PATHS', None)
+ if project_paths and 'PROJECT_ROOT' in project_paths:
+ tsk.env.env['PYTHONPATH'] += os.pathsep + project_paths['PROJECT_ROOT'].abspath()
+ if getattr(tg, 'add_to_pythonpath', None):
+ tsk.env.env['PYTHONPATH'] += os.pathsep + tg.add_to_pythonpath
+
+ # Clean up the PYTHONPATH -- replace double occurrences of path separator
+ tsk.env.env['PYTHONPATH'] = re.sub(os.pathsep + '+', os.pathsep, tsk.env.env['PYTHONPATH'])
+
+ # Clean up the PYTHONPATH -- doesn't like starting with path separator
+ if tsk.env.env['PYTHONPATH'].startswith(os.pathsep):
+ tsk.env.env['PYTHONPATH'] = tsk.env.env['PYTHONPATH'][1:]
+
+ # dependencies (if the attribute 'deps' changes, trigger a recompilation)
+ for x in tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'deps', [])):
+ node = tg.path.find_resource(x)
+ if not node:
+ tg.bld.fatal('Could not find dependency %r for running %r' % (x, src_node.abspath()))
+ tsk.dep_nodes.append(node)
+ Logs.debug('deps: found dependencies %r for running %r', tsk.dep_nodes, src_node.abspath())
+
+ # Bypass the execution of process_source by setting the source to an empty list
+ tg.source = []
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/run_r_script.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/run_r_script.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b0d8f2b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/run_r_script.py
@@ -0,0 +1,86 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, 2012
+
+"""
+Run a R script in the directory specified by **ctx.bldnode**.
+
+For error-catching purposes, keep an own log-file that is destroyed if the
+task finished without error. If not, it will show up as rscript_[index].log
+in the bldnode directory.
+
+Usage::
+
+ ctx(features='run_r_script',
+ source='some_script.r',
+ target=['some_table.tex', 'some_figure.eps'],
+ deps='some_data.csv')
+"""
+
+
+import os, sys
+from waflib import Task, TaskGen, Logs
+
+R_COMMANDS = ['RTerm', 'R', 'r']
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ ctx.find_program(R_COMMANDS, var='RCMD', errmsg = """\n
+No R executable found!\n\n
+If R is needed:\n
+ 1) Check the settings of your system path.
+ 2) Note we are looking for R executables called: %s
+ If yours has a different name, please report to hmgaudecker [at] gmail\n
+Else:\n
+ Do not load the 'run_r_script' tool in the main wscript.\n\n""" % R_COMMANDS)
+ ctx.env.RFLAGS = 'CMD BATCH --slave'
+
+class run_r_script_base(Task.Task):
+ """Run a R script."""
+ run_str = '"${RCMD}" ${RFLAGS} "${SRC[0].abspath()}" "${LOGFILEPATH}"'
+ shell = True
+
+class run_r_script(run_r_script_base):
+ """Erase the R overall log file if everything went okay, else raise an
+ error and print its 10 last lines.
+ """
+ def run(self):
+ ret = run_r_script_base.run(self)
+ logfile = self.env.LOGFILEPATH
+ if ret:
+ mode = 'r'
+ if sys.version_info.major >= 3:
+ mode = 'rb'
+ with open(logfile, mode=mode) as f:
+ tail = f.readlines()[-10:]
+ Logs.error("""Running R on %r returned the error %r\n\nCheck the log file %s, last 10 lines\n\n%s\n\n\n""",
+ self.inputs[0], ret, logfile, '\n'.join(tail))
+ else:
+ os.remove(logfile)
+ return ret
+
+
+@TaskGen.feature('run_r_script')
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+def apply_run_r_script(tg):
+ """Task generator customising the options etc. to call R in batch
+ mode for running a R script.
+ """
+
+ # Convert sources and targets to nodes
+ src_node = tg.path.find_resource(tg.source)
+ tgt_nodes = [tg.path.find_or_declare(t) for t in tg.to_list(tg.target)]
+
+ tsk = tg.create_task('run_r_script', src=src_node, tgt=tgt_nodes)
+ tsk.env.LOGFILEPATH = os.path.join(tg.bld.bldnode.abspath(), '%s_%d.log' % (os.path.splitext(src_node.name)[0], tg.idx))
+
+ # dependencies (if the attribute 'deps' changes, trigger a recompilation)
+ for x in tg.to_list(getattr(tg, 'deps', [])):
+ node = tg.path.find_resource(x)
+ if not node:
+ tg.bld.fatal('Could not find dependency %r for running %r' % (x, src_node.abspath()))
+ tsk.dep_nodes.append(node)
+ Logs.debug('deps: found dependencies %r for running %r', tsk.dep_nodes, src_node.abspath())
+
+ # Bypass the execution of process_source by setting the source to an empty list
+ tg.source = []
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/sas.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/sas.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..754c614
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/sas.py
@@ -0,0 +1,71 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Mark Coggeshall, 2010
+
+"SAS support"
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task, Errors, Logs
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method
+
+sas_fun, _ = Task.compile_fun('sas -sysin ${SRCFILE} -log ${LOGFILE} -print ${LSTFILE}', shell=False)
+
+class sas(Task.Task):
+ vars = ['SAS', 'SASFLAGS']
+ def run(task):
+ command = 'SAS'
+ fun = sas_fun
+
+ node = task.inputs[0]
+ logfilenode = node.change_ext('.log')
+ lstfilenode = node.change_ext('.lst')
+
+ # set the cwd
+ task.cwd = task.inputs[0].parent.get_src().abspath()
+ Logs.debug('runner: %r on %r', command, node)
+
+ SASINPUTS = node.parent.get_bld().abspath() + os.pathsep + node.parent.get_src().abspath() + os.pathsep
+ task.env.env = {'SASINPUTS': SASINPUTS}
+
+ task.env.SRCFILE = node.abspath()
+ task.env.LOGFILE = logfilenode.abspath()
+ task.env.LSTFILE = lstfilenode.abspath()
+ ret = fun(task)
+ if ret:
+ Logs.error('Running %s on %r returned a non-zero exit', command, node)
+ Logs.error('SRCFILE = %r', node)
+ Logs.error('LOGFILE = %r', logfilenode)
+ Logs.error('LSTFILE = %r', lstfilenode)
+ return ret
+
+@feature('sas')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def apply_sas(self):
+ if not getattr(self, 'type', None) in ('sas',):
+ self.type = 'sas'
+
+ self.env['logdir'] = getattr(self, 'logdir', 'log')
+ self.env['lstdir'] = getattr(self, 'lstdir', 'lst')
+
+ deps_lst = []
+
+ if getattr(self, 'deps', None):
+ deps = self.to_list(self.deps)
+ for filename in deps:
+ n = self.path.find_resource(filename)
+ if not n:
+ n = self.bld.root.find_resource(filename)
+ if not n:
+ raise Errors.WafError('cannot find input file %s for processing' % filename)
+ if not n in deps_lst:
+ deps_lst.append(n)
+
+ for node in self.to_nodes(self.source):
+ if self.type == 'sas':
+ task = self.create_task('sas', src=node)
+ task.dep_nodes = deps_lst
+ self.source = []
+
+def configure(self):
+ self.find_program('sas', var='SAS', mandatory=False)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/satellite_assembly.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/satellite_assembly.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..005eb07
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/satellite_assembly.py
@@ -0,0 +1,57 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# vim: tabstop=4 noexpandtab
+
+"""
+Create a satellite assembly from "*.??.txt" files. ?? stands for a language code.
+
+The projects Resources subfolder contains resources.??.txt string files for several languages.
+The build folder will hold the satellite assemblies as ./??/ExeName.resources.dll
+
+#gen becomes template (It is called gen because it also uses resx.py).
+bld(source='Resources/resources.de.txt',gen=ExeName)
+"""
+
+import os, re
+from waflib import Task
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature,before_method
+
+class al(Task.Task):
+ run_str = '${AL} ${ALFLAGS}'
+
+@feature('satellite_assembly')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def satellite_assembly(self):
+ if not getattr(self, 'gen', None):
+ self.bld.fatal('satellite_assembly needs a template assembly provided with the "gen" parameter')
+ res_lang = re.compile(r'(.*)\.(\w\w)\.(?:resx|txt)',flags=re.I)
+
+ # self.source can contain node objects, so this will break in one way or another
+ self.source = self.to_list(self.source)
+ for i, x in enumerate(self.source):
+ #x = 'resources/resources.de.resx'
+ #x = 'resources/resources.de.txt'
+ mo = res_lang.match(x)
+ if mo:
+ template = os.path.splitext(self.gen)[0]
+ templatedir, templatename = os.path.split(template)
+ res = mo.group(1)
+ lang = mo.group(2)
+ #./Resources/resources.de.resources
+ resources = self.path.find_or_declare(res+ '.' + lang + '.resources')
+ self.create_task('resgen', self.to_nodes(x), [resources])
+ #./de/Exename.resources.dll
+ satellite = self.path.find_or_declare(os.path.join(templatedir,lang,templatename) + '.resources.dll')
+ tsk = self.create_task('al',[resources],[satellite])
+ tsk.env.append_value('ALFLAGS','/template:'+os.path.join(self.path.relpath(),self.gen))
+ tsk.env.append_value('ALFLAGS','/embed:'+resources.relpath())
+ tsk.env.append_value('ALFLAGS','/culture:'+lang)
+ tsk.env.append_value('ALFLAGS','/out:'+satellite.relpath())
+ self.source[i] = None
+ # remove the None elements that we just substituted
+ self.source = list(filter(lambda x:x, self.source))
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ ctx.find_program('al', var='AL', mandatory=True)
+ ctx.load('resx')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/scala.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/scala.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..a9880f0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/scala.py
@@ -0,0 +1,128 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+Scala support
+
+scalac outputs files a bit where it wants to
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Task, Utils, Node
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method, after_method
+
+from waflib.Tools import ccroot
+ccroot.USELIB_VARS['scalac'] = set(['CLASSPATH', 'SCALACFLAGS'])
+
+from waflib.Tools import javaw
+
+@feature('scalac')
+@before_method('process_source')
+def apply_scalac(self):
+
+ Utils.def_attrs(self, jarname='', classpath='',
+ sourcepath='.', srcdir='.',
+ jar_mf_attributes={}, jar_mf_classpath=[])
+
+ outdir = getattr(self, 'outdir', None)
+ if outdir:
+ if not isinstance(outdir, Node.Node):
+ outdir = self.path.get_bld().make_node(self.outdir)
+ else:
+ outdir = self.path.get_bld()
+ outdir.mkdir()
+ self.env['OUTDIR'] = outdir.abspath()
+
+ self.scalac_task = tsk = self.create_task('scalac')
+ tmp = []
+
+ srcdir = getattr(self, 'srcdir', '')
+ if isinstance(srcdir, Node.Node):
+ srcdir = [srcdir]
+ for x in Utils.to_list(srcdir):
+ if isinstance(x, Node.Node):
+ y = x
+ else:
+ y = self.path.find_dir(x)
+ if not y:
+ self.bld.fatal('Could not find the folder %s from %s' % (x, self.path))
+ tmp.append(y)
+ tsk.srcdir = tmp
+
+# reuse some code
+feature('scalac')(javaw.use_javac_files)
+after_method('apply_scalac')(javaw.use_javac_files)
+
+feature('scalac')(javaw.set_classpath)
+after_method('apply_scalac', 'use_scalac_files')(javaw.set_classpath)
+
+
+SOURCE_RE = '**/*.scala'
+class scalac(javaw.javac):
+ color = 'GREEN'
+ vars = ['CLASSPATH', 'SCALACFLAGS', 'SCALAC', 'OUTDIR']
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ """
+ Wait for dependent tasks to be complete, then read the file system to find the input nodes.
+ """
+ for t in self.run_after:
+ if not t.hasrun:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+
+ if not self.inputs:
+ global SOURCE_RE
+ self.inputs = []
+ for x in self.srcdir:
+ self.inputs.extend(x.ant_glob(SOURCE_RE, remove=False))
+ return super(javaw.javac, self).runnable_status()
+
+ def run(self):
+ """
+ Execute the scalac compiler
+ """
+ env = self.env
+ gen = self.generator
+ bld = gen.bld
+ wd = bld.bldnode.abspath()
+ def to_list(xx):
+ if isinstance(xx, str):
+ return [xx]
+ return xx
+ self.last_cmd = lst = []
+ lst.extend(to_list(env['SCALAC']))
+ lst.extend(['-classpath'])
+ lst.extend(to_list(env['CLASSPATH']))
+ lst.extend(['-d'])
+ lst.extend(to_list(env['OUTDIR']))
+ lst.extend(to_list(env['SCALACFLAGS']))
+ lst.extend([a.abspath() for a in self.inputs])
+ lst = [x for x in lst if x]
+ try:
+ self.out = self.generator.bld.cmd_and_log(lst, cwd=wd, env=env.env or None, output=0, quiet=0)[1]
+ except:
+ self.generator.bld.cmd_and_log(lst, cwd=wd, env=env.env or None)
+
+def configure(self):
+ """
+ Detect the scalac program
+ """
+ # If SCALA_HOME is set, we prepend it to the path list
+ java_path = self.environ['PATH'].split(os.pathsep)
+ v = self.env
+
+ if 'SCALA_HOME' in self.environ:
+ java_path = [os.path.join(self.environ['SCALA_HOME'], 'bin')] + java_path
+ self.env['SCALA_HOME'] = [self.environ['SCALA_HOME']]
+
+ for x in 'scalac scala'.split():
+ self.find_program(x, var=x.upper(), path_list=java_path)
+
+ if 'CLASSPATH' in self.environ:
+ v['CLASSPATH'] = self.environ['CLASSPATH']
+
+ v.SCALACFLAGS = ['-verbose']
+ if not v['SCALAC']:
+ self.fatal('scalac is required for compiling scala classes')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/slow_qt4.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/slow_qt4.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ec7880b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/slow_qt4.py
@@ -0,0 +1,96 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# Thomas Nagy, 2011 (ita)
+
+"""
+Create _moc.cpp files
+
+The builds are 30-40% faster when .moc files are included,
+you should NOT use this tool. If you really
+really want it:
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('compiler_cxx qt4')
+ conf.load('slow_qt4')
+
+See playground/slow_qt/wscript for a complete example.
+"""
+
+from waflib.TaskGen import extension
+from waflib import Task
+import waflib.Tools.qt4
+import waflib.Tools.cxx
+
+@extension(*waflib.Tools.qt4.EXT_QT4)
+def cxx_hook(self, node):
+ return self.create_compiled_task('cxx_qt', node)
+
+class cxx_qt(Task.classes['cxx']):
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ ret = Task.classes['cxx'].runnable_status(self)
+ if ret != Task.ASK_LATER and not getattr(self, 'moc_done', None):
+
+ try:
+ cache = self.generator.moc_cache
+ except AttributeError:
+ cache = self.generator.moc_cache = {}
+
+ deps = self.generator.bld.node_deps[self.uid()]
+ for x in [self.inputs[0]] + deps:
+ if x.read().find('Q_OBJECT') > 0:
+
+ # process "foo.h -> foo.moc" only if "foo.cpp" is in the sources for the current task generator
+ # this code will work because it is in the main thread (runnable_status)
+ if x.name.rfind('.') > -1: # a .h file...
+ name = x.name[:x.name.rfind('.')]
+ for tsk in self.generator.compiled_tasks:
+ if tsk.inputs and tsk.inputs[0].name.startswith(name):
+ break
+ else:
+ # no corresponding file, continue
+ continue
+
+ # the file foo.cpp could be compiled for a static and a shared library - hence the %number in the name
+ cxx_node = x.parent.get_bld().make_node(x.name.replace('.', '_') + '_%d_moc.cpp' % self.generator.idx)
+ if cxx_node in cache:
+ continue
+ cache[cxx_node] = self
+
+ tsk = Task.classes['moc'](env=self.env, generator=self.generator)
+ tsk.set_inputs(x)
+ tsk.set_outputs(cxx_node)
+
+ if x.name.endswith('.cpp'):
+ # moc is trying to be too smart but it is too dumb:
+ # why forcing the #include when Q_OBJECT is in the cpp file?
+ gen = self.generator.bld.producer
+ gen.outstanding.append(tsk)
+ gen.total += 1
+ self.set_run_after(tsk)
+ else:
+ cxxtsk = Task.classes['cxx'](env=self.env, generator=self.generator)
+ cxxtsk.set_inputs(tsk.outputs)
+ cxxtsk.set_outputs(cxx_node.change_ext('.o'))
+ cxxtsk.set_run_after(tsk)
+
+ try:
+ self.more_tasks.extend([tsk, cxxtsk])
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.more_tasks = [tsk, cxxtsk]
+
+ try:
+ link = self.generator.link_task
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ link.set_run_after(cxxtsk)
+ link.inputs.extend(cxxtsk.outputs)
+ link.inputs.sort(key=lambda x: x.abspath())
+
+ self.moc_done = True
+
+ for t in self.run_after:
+ if not t.hasrun:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+
+ return ret
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/softlink_libs.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/softlink_libs.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..50c777f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/softlink_libs.py
@@ -0,0 +1,76 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# per rosengren 2011
+
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method
+from waflib.Task import Task, always_run
+from os.path import basename, isabs
+from os import tmpfile, linesep
+
+def options(opt):
+ grp = opt.add_option_group('Softlink Libraries Options')
+ grp.add_option('--exclude', default='/usr/lib,/lib', help='No symbolic links are created for libs within [%default]')
+
+def configure(cnf):
+ cnf.find_program('ldd')
+ if not cnf.env.SOFTLINK_EXCLUDE:
+ cnf.env.SOFTLINK_EXCLUDE = cnf.options.exclude.split(',')
+
+@feature('softlink_libs')
+@after_method('process_rule')
+def add_finder(self):
+ tgt = self.path.find_or_declare(self.target)
+ self.create_task('sll_finder', tgt=tgt)
+ self.create_task('sll_installer', tgt=tgt)
+ always_run(sll_installer)
+
+class sll_finder(Task):
+ ext_out = 'softlink_libs'
+ def run(self):
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ linked=[]
+ target_paths = []
+ for g in bld.groups:
+ for tgen in g:
+ # FIXME it might be better to check if there is a link_task (getattr?)
+ target_paths += [tgen.path.get_bld().bldpath()]
+ linked += [t.outputs[0].bldpath()
+ for t in getattr(tgen, 'tasks', [])
+ if t.__class__.__name__ in
+ ['cprogram', 'cshlib', 'cxxprogram', 'cxxshlib']]
+ lib_list = []
+ if len(linked):
+ cmd = [self.env.LDD] + linked
+ # FIXME add DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH+PATH for osx+win32
+ ldd_env = {'LD_LIBRARY_PATH': ':'.join(target_paths + self.env.LIBPATH)}
+ # FIXME the with syntax will not work in python 2
+ with tmpfile() as result:
+ self.exec_command(cmd, env=ldd_env, stdout=result)
+ result.seek(0)
+ for line in result.readlines():
+ words = line.split()
+ if len(words) < 3 or words[1] != '=>':
+ continue
+ lib = words[2]
+ if lib == 'not':
+ continue
+ if any([lib.startswith(p) for p in
+ [bld.bldnode.abspath(), '('] +
+ self.env.SOFTLINK_EXCLUDE]):
+ continue
+ if not isabs(lib):
+ continue
+ lib_list.append(lib)
+ lib_list = sorted(set(lib_list))
+ self.outputs[0].write(linesep.join(lib_list + self.env.DYNAMIC_LIBS))
+ return 0
+
+class sll_installer(Task):
+ ext_in = 'softlink_libs'
+ def run(self):
+ tgt = self.outputs[0]
+ self.generator.bld.install_files('${LIBDIR}', tgt, postpone=False)
+ lib_list=tgt.read().split()
+ for lib in lib_list:
+ self.generator.bld.symlink_as('${LIBDIR}/'+basename(lib), lib, postpone=False)
+ return 0
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/stale.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/stale.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..cac3f46
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/stale.py
@@ -0,0 +1,98 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: UTF-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2015 (ita)
+
+"""
+Add a pre-build hook to remove build files (declared in the system)
+that do not have a corresponding target
+
+This can be used for example to remove the targets
+that have changed name without performing
+a full 'waf clean'
+
+Of course, it will only work if there are no dynamically generated
+nodes/tasks, in which case the method will have to be modified
+to exclude some folders for example.
+
+Make sure to set bld.post_mode = waflib.Build.POST_AT_ONCE
+"""
+
+from waflib import Logs, Build
+from waflib.Runner import Parallel
+
+DYNAMIC_EXT = [] # add your non-cleanable files/extensions here
+MOC_H_EXTS = '.cpp .cxx .hpp .hxx .h'.split()
+
+def can_delete(node):
+ """Imperfect moc cleanup which does not look for a Q_OBJECT macro in the files"""
+ if not node.name.endswith('.moc'):
+ return True
+ base = node.name[:-4]
+ p1 = node.parent.get_src()
+ p2 = node.parent.get_bld()
+ for k in MOC_H_EXTS:
+ h_name = base + k
+ n = p1.search_node(h_name)
+ if n:
+ return False
+ n = p2.search_node(h_name)
+ if n:
+ return False
+
+ # foo.cpp.moc, foo.h.moc, etc.
+ if base.endswith(k):
+ return False
+
+ return True
+
+# recursion over the nodes to find the stale files
+def stale_rec(node, nodes):
+ if node.abspath() in node.ctx.env[Build.CFG_FILES]:
+ return
+
+ if getattr(node, 'children', []):
+ for x in node.children.values():
+ if x.name != "c4che":
+ stale_rec(x, nodes)
+ else:
+ for ext in DYNAMIC_EXT:
+ if node.name.endswith(ext):
+ break
+ else:
+ if not node in nodes:
+ if can_delete(node):
+ Logs.warn('Removing stale file -> %r', node)
+ node.delete()
+
+old = Parallel.refill_task_list
+def refill_task_list(self):
+ iit = old(self)
+ bld = self.bld
+
+ # execute this operation only once
+ if getattr(self, 'stale_done', False):
+ return iit
+ self.stale_done = True
+
+ # this does not work in partial builds
+ if bld.targets != '*':
+ return iit
+
+ # this does not work in dynamic builds
+ if getattr(bld, 'post_mode') == Build.POST_AT_ONCE:
+ return iit
+
+ # obtain the nodes to use during the build
+ nodes = []
+ for tasks in bld.groups:
+ for x in tasks:
+ try:
+ nodes.extend(x.outputs)
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+
+ stale_rec(bld.bldnode, nodes)
+ return iit
+
+Parallel.refill_task_list = refill_task_list
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/stracedeps.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/stracedeps.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..37d82cb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/stracedeps.py
@@ -0,0 +1,174 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2015 (ita)
+
+"""
+Execute tasks through strace to obtain dependencies after the process is run. This
+scheme is similar to that of the Fabricate script.
+
+To use::
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('strace')
+
+WARNING:
+* This will not work when advanced scanners are needed (qt4/qt5)
+* The overhead of running 'strace' is significant (56s -> 1m29s)
+* It will not work on Windows :-)
+"""
+
+import os, re, threading
+from waflib import Task, Logs, Utils
+
+#TRACECALLS = 'trace=access,chdir,clone,creat,execve,exit_group,fork,lstat,lstat64,mkdir,open,rename,stat,stat64,symlink,vfork'
+TRACECALLS = 'trace=process,file'
+
+BANNED = ('/tmp', '/proc', '/sys', '/dev')
+
+s_process = r'(?:clone|fork|vfork)\(.*?(?P<npid>\d+)'
+s_file = r'(?P<call>\w+)\("(?P<path>([^"\\]|\\.)*)"(.*)'
+re_lines = re.compile(r'^(?P<pid>\d+)\s+(?:(?:%s)|(?:%s))\r*$' % (s_file, s_process), re.IGNORECASE | re.MULTILINE)
+strace_lock = threading.Lock()
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_program('strace')
+
+def task_method(func):
+ # Decorator function to bind/replace methods on the base Task class
+ #
+ # The methods Task.exec_command and Task.sig_implicit_deps already exists and are rarely overridden
+ # we thus expect that we are the only ones doing this
+ try:
+ setattr(Task.Task, 'nostrace_%s' % func.__name__, getattr(Task.Task, func.__name__))
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ setattr(Task.Task, func.__name__, func)
+ return func
+
+@task_method
+def get_strace_file(self):
+ try:
+ return self.strace_file
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+
+ if self.outputs:
+ ret = self.outputs[0].abspath() + '.strace'
+ else:
+ ret = '%s%s%d%s' % (self.generator.bld.bldnode.abspath(), os.sep, id(self), '.strace')
+ self.strace_file = ret
+ return ret
+
+@task_method
+def get_strace_args(self):
+ return (self.env.STRACE or ['strace']) + ['-e', TRACECALLS, '-f', '-o', self.get_strace_file()]
+
+@task_method
+def exec_command(self, cmd, **kw):
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ if not 'cwd' in kw:
+ kw['cwd'] = self.get_cwd()
+
+ args = self.get_strace_args()
+ fname = self.get_strace_file()
+ if isinstance(cmd, list):
+ cmd = args + cmd
+ else:
+ cmd = '%s %s' % (' '.join(args), cmd)
+
+ try:
+ ret = bld.exec_command(cmd, **kw)
+ finally:
+ if not ret:
+ self.parse_strace_deps(fname, kw['cwd'])
+ return ret
+
+@task_method
+def sig_implicit_deps(self):
+ # bypass the scanner functions
+ return
+
+@task_method
+def parse_strace_deps(self, path, cwd):
+ # uncomment the following line to disable the dependencies and force a file scan
+ # return
+ try:
+ cnt = Utils.readf(path)
+ finally:
+ try:
+ os.remove(path)
+ except OSError:
+ pass
+
+ if not isinstance(cwd, str):
+ cwd = cwd.abspath()
+
+ nodes = []
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ try:
+ cache = bld.strace_cache
+ except AttributeError:
+ cache = bld.strace_cache = {}
+
+ # chdir and relative paths
+ pid_to_cwd = {}
+
+ global BANNED
+ done = set()
+ for m in re.finditer(re_lines, cnt):
+ # scraping the output of strace
+ pid = m.group('pid')
+ if m.group('npid'):
+ npid = m.group('npid')
+ pid_to_cwd[npid] = pid_to_cwd.get(pid, cwd)
+ continue
+
+ p = m.group('path').replace('\\"', '"')
+
+ if p == '.' or m.group().find('= -1 ENOENT') > -1:
+ # just to speed it up a bit
+ continue
+
+ if not os.path.isabs(p):
+ p = os.path.join(pid_to_cwd.get(pid, cwd), p)
+
+ call = m.group('call')
+ if call == 'chdir':
+ pid_to_cwd[pid] = p
+ continue
+
+ if p in done:
+ continue
+ done.add(p)
+
+ for x in BANNED:
+ if p.startswith(x):
+ break
+ else:
+ if p.endswith('/') or os.path.isdir(p):
+ continue
+
+ try:
+ node = cache[p]
+ except KeyError:
+ strace_lock.acquire()
+ try:
+ cache[p] = node = bld.root.find_node(p)
+ if not node:
+ continue
+ finally:
+ strace_lock.release()
+ nodes.append(node)
+
+ # record the dependencies then force the task signature recalculation for next time
+ if Logs.verbose:
+ Logs.debug('deps: real scanner for %r returned %r', self, nodes)
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ bld.node_deps[self.uid()] = nodes
+ bld.raw_deps[self.uid()] = []
+ try:
+ del self.cache_sig
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ self.signature()
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/swig.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/swig.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..740ab46
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/swig.py
@@ -0,0 +1,237 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: UTF-8
+# Petar Forai
+# Thomas Nagy 2008-2010 (ita)
+
+import re
+from waflib import Task, Logs
+from waflib.TaskGen import extension, feature, after_method
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib.Tools import c_preproc
+
+"""
+tasks have to be added dynamically:
+- swig interface files may be created at runtime
+- the module name may be unknown in advance
+"""
+
+SWIG_EXTS = ['.swig', '.i']
+
+re_module = re.compile(r'%module(?:\s*\(.*\))?\s+(.+)', re.M)
+
+re_1 = re.compile(r'^%module.*?\s+([\w]+)\s*?$', re.M)
+re_2 = re.compile(r'[#%](?:include|import(?:\(module=".*"\))+|python(?:begin|code)) [<"](.*)[">]', re.M)
+
+class swig(Task.Task):
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ run_str = '${SWIG} ${SWIGFLAGS} ${SWIGPATH_ST:INCPATHS} ${SWIGDEF_ST:DEFINES} ${SRC}'
+ ext_out = ['.h'] # might produce .h files although it is not mandatory
+ vars = ['SWIG_VERSION', 'SWIGDEPS']
+
+ def runnable_status(self):
+ for t in self.run_after:
+ if not t.hasrun:
+ return Task.ASK_LATER
+
+ if not getattr(self, 'init_outputs', None):
+ self.init_outputs = True
+ if not getattr(self, 'module', None):
+ # search the module name
+ txt = self.inputs[0].read()
+ m = re_module.search(txt)
+ if not m:
+ raise ValueError("could not find the swig module name")
+ self.module = m.group(1)
+
+ swig_c(self)
+
+ # add the language-specific output files as nodes
+ # call funs in the dict swig_langs
+ for x in self.env['SWIGFLAGS']:
+ # obtain the language
+ x = x[1:]
+ try:
+ fun = swig_langs[x]
+ except KeyError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ fun(self)
+
+ return super(swig, self).runnable_status()
+
+ def scan(self):
+ "scan for swig dependencies, climb the .i files"
+ lst_src = []
+
+ seen = []
+ missing = []
+ to_see = [self.inputs[0]]
+
+ while to_see:
+ node = to_see.pop(0)
+ if node in seen:
+ continue
+ seen.append(node)
+ lst_src.append(node)
+
+ # read the file
+ code = node.read()
+ code = c_preproc.re_nl.sub('', code)
+ code = c_preproc.re_cpp.sub(c_preproc.repl, code)
+
+ # find .i files and project headers
+ names = re_2.findall(code)
+ for n in names:
+ for d in self.generator.includes_nodes + [node.parent]:
+ u = d.find_resource(n)
+ if u:
+ to_see.append(u)
+ break
+ else:
+ missing.append(n)
+ return (lst_src, missing)
+
+# provide additional language processing
+swig_langs = {}
+def swigf(fun):
+ swig_langs[fun.__name__.replace('swig_', '')] = fun
+ return fun
+swig.swigf = swigf
+
+def swig_c(self):
+ ext = '.swigwrap_%d.c' % self.generator.idx
+ flags = self.env['SWIGFLAGS']
+ if '-c++' in flags:
+ ext += 'xx'
+ out_node = self.inputs[0].parent.find_or_declare(self.module + ext)
+
+ if '-c++' in flags:
+ c_tsk = self.generator.cxx_hook(out_node)
+ else:
+ c_tsk = self.generator.c_hook(out_node)
+
+ c_tsk.set_run_after(self)
+
+ # transfer weights from swig task to c task
+ if getattr(self, 'weight', None):
+ c_tsk.weight = self.weight
+ if getattr(self, 'tree_weight', None):
+ c_tsk.tree_weight = self.tree_weight
+
+ try:
+ self.more_tasks.append(c_tsk)
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.more_tasks = [c_tsk]
+
+ try:
+ ltask = self.generator.link_task
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ ltask.set_run_after(c_tsk)
+ # setting input nodes does not declare the build order
+ # because the build already started, but it sets
+ # the dependency to enable rebuilds
+ ltask.inputs.append(c_tsk.outputs[0])
+
+ self.outputs.append(out_node)
+
+ if not '-o' in self.env['SWIGFLAGS']:
+ self.env.append_value('SWIGFLAGS', ['-o', self.outputs[0].abspath()])
+
+@swigf
+def swig_python(tsk):
+ node = tsk.inputs[0].parent
+ if tsk.outdir:
+ node = tsk.outdir
+ tsk.set_outputs(node.find_or_declare(tsk.module+'.py'))
+
+@swigf
+def swig_ocaml(tsk):
+ node = tsk.inputs[0].parent
+ if tsk.outdir:
+ node = tsk.outdir
+ tsk.set_outputs(node.find_or_declare(tsk.module+'.ml'))
+ tsk.set_outputs(node.find_or_declare(tsk.module+'.mli'))
+
+@extension(*SWIG_EXTS)
+def i_file(self, node):
+ # the task instance
+ tsk = self.create_task('swig')
+ tsk.set_inputs(node)
+ tsk.module = getattr(self, 'swig_module', None)
+
+ flags = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'swig_flags', []))
+ tsk.env.append_value('SWIGFLAGS', flags)
+
+ tsk.outdir = None
+ if '-outdir' in flags:
+ outdir = flags[flags.index('-outdir')+1]
+ outdir = tsk.generator.bld.bldnode.make_node(outdir)
+ outdir.mkdir()
+ tsk.outdir = outdir
+
+@feature('c', 'cxx', 'd', 'fc', 'asm')
+@after_method('apply_link', 'process_source')
+def enforce_swig_before_link(self):
+ try:
+ link_task = self.link_task
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ else:
+ for x in self.tasks:
+ if x.__class__.__name__ == 'swig':
+ link_task.run_after.add(x)
+
+@conf
+def check_swig_version(conf, minver=None):
+ """
+ Check if the swig tool is found matching a given minimum version.
+ minver should be a tuple, eg. to check for swig >= 1.3.28 pass (1,3,28) as minver.
+
+ If successful, SWIG_VERSION is defined as 'MAJOR.MINOR'
+ (eg. '1.3') of the actual swig version found.
+
+ :param minver: minimum version
+ :type minver: tuple of int
+ :return: swig version
+ :rtype: tuple of int
+ """
+ assert minver is None or isinstance(minver, tuple)
+ swigbin = conf.env['SWIG']
+ if not swigbin:
+ conf.fatal('could not find the swig executable')
+
+ # Get swig version string
+ cmd = swigbin + ['-version']
+ Logs.debug('swig: Running swig command %r', cmd)
+ reg_swig = re.compile(r'SWIG Version\s(.*)', re.M)
+ swig_out = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd)
+ swigver_tuple = tuple([int(s) for s in reg_swig.findall(swig_out)[0].split('.')])
+
+ # Compare swig version with the minimum required
+ result = (minver is None) or (swigver_tuple >= minver)
+
+ if result:
+ # Define useful environment variables
+ swigver = '.'.join([str(x) for x in swigver_tuple[:2]])
+ conf.env['SWIG_VERSION'] = swigver
+
+ # Feedback
+ swigver_full = '.'.join(map(str, swigver_tuple[:3]))
+ if minver is None:
+ conf.msg('Checking for swig version', swigver_full)
+ else:
+ minver_str = '.'.join(map(str, minver))
+ conf.msg('Checking for swig version >= %s' % (minver_str,), swigver_full, color=result and 'GREEN' or 'YELLOW')
+
+ if not result:
+ conf.fatal('The swig version is too old, expecting %r' % (minver,))
+
+ return swigver_tuple
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_program('swig', var='SWIG')
+ conf.env.SWIGPATH_ST = '-I%s'
+ conf.env.SWIGDEF_ST = '-D%s'
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/syms.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/syms.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..dfa0059
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/syms.py
@@ -0,0 +1,84 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+"""
+This tool supports the export_symbols_regex to export the symbols in a shared library.
+by default, all symbols are exported by gcc, and nothing by msvc.
+to use the tool, do something like:
+
+def build(ctx):
+ ctx(features='c cshlib syms', source='a.c b.c', export_symbols_regex='mylib_.*', target='testlib')
+
+only the symbols starting with 'mylib_' will be exported.
+"""
+
+import re
+from waflib.Context import STDOUT
+from waflib.Task import Task
+from waflib.Errors import WafError
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after_method
+
+class gen_sym(Task):
+ def run(self):
+ obj = self.inputs[0]
+ kw = {}
+
+ reg = getattr(self.generator, 'export_symbols_regex', '.+?')
+ if 'msvc' in (self.env.CC_NAME, self.env.CXX_NAME):
+ re_nm = re.compile(r'External\s+\|\s+_(?P<symbol>%s)\b' % reg)
+ cmd = (self.env.DUMPBIN or ['dumpbin']) + ['/symbols', obj.abspath()]
+ else:
+ if self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'pe': #gcc uses nm, and has a preceding _ on windows
+ re_nm = re.compile(r'(T|D)\s+_(?P<symbol>%s)\b' % reg)
+ elif self.env.DEST_BINFMT=='mac-o':
+ re_nm=re.compile(r'(T|D)\s+(?P<symbol>_?%s)\b' % reg)
+ else:
+ re_nm = re.compile(r'(T|D)\s+(?P<symbol>%s)\b' % reg)
+ cmd = (self.env.NM or ['nm']) + ['-g', obj.abspath()]
+ syms = [m.group('symbol') for m in re_nm.finditer(self.generator.bld.cmd_and_log(cmd, quiet=STDOUT, **kw))]
+ self.outputs[0].write('%r' % syms)
+
+class compile_sym(Task):
+ def run(self):
+ syms = {}
+ for x in self.inputs:
+ slist = eval(x.read())
+ for s in slist:
+ syms[s] = 1
+ lsyms = list(syms.keys())
+ lsyms.sort()
+ if self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'pe':
+ self.outputs[0].write('EXPORTS\n' + '\n'.join(lsyms))
+ elif self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'elf':
+ self.outputs[0].write('{ global:\n' + ';\n'.join(lsyms) + ";\nlocal: *; };\n")
+ elif self.env.DEST_BINFMT=='mac-o':
+ self.outputs[0].write('\n'.join(lsyms) + '\n')
+ else:
+ raise WafError('NotImplemented')
+
+@feature('syms')
+@after_method('process_source', 'process_use', 'apply_link', 'process_uselib_local', 'propagate_uselib_vars')
+def do_the_symbol_stuff(self):
+ def_node = self.path.find_or_declare(getattr(self, 'sym_file', self.target + '.def'))
+ compiled_tasks = getattr(self, 'compiled_tasks', None)
+ if compiled_tasks:
+ ins = [x.outputs[0] for x in compiled_tasks]
+ self.gen_sym_tasks = [self.create_task('gen_sym', x, x.change_ext('.%d.sym' % self.idx)) for x in ins]
+ self.create_task('compile_sym', [x.outputs[0] for x in self.gen_sym_tasks], def_node)
+
+ link_task = getattr(self, 'link_task', None)
+ if link_task:
+ self.link_task.dep_nodes.append(def_node)
+
+ if 'msvc' in (self.env.CC_NAME, self.env.CXX_NAME):
+ self.link_task.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', ['/def:' + def_node.bldpath()])
+ elif self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'pe':
+ # gcc on windows takes *.def as an additional input
+ self.link_task.inputs.append(def_node)
+ elif self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'elf':
+ self.link_task.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', ['-Wl,-version-script', '-Wl,' + def_node.bldpath()])
+ elif self.env.DEST_BINFMT=='mac-o':
+ self.link_task.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS',['-Wl,-exported_symbols_list,' + def_node.bldpath()])
+ else:
+ raise WafError('NotImplemented')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/ticgt.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/ticgt.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f43a7ea
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/ticgt.py
@@ -0,0 +1,300 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+# Texas Instruments code generator support (experimental)
+# When reporting issues, please directly assign the bug to the maintainer.
+
+__author__ = __maintainer__ = "Jérôme Carretero <cJ-waf@zougloub.eu>"
+__copyright__ = "Jérôme Carretero, 2012"
+
+"""
+TI cgt6x is a compiler suite for TI DSPs.
+
+The toolchain does pretty weird things, and I'm sure I'm missing some of them.
+But still, the tool saves time.
+
+What this tool does is:
+
+- create a TI compiler environment
+- create TI compiler features, to handle some specifics about this compiler
+ It has a few idiosyncracies, such as not giving the liberty of the .o file names
+- automatically activate them when using the TI compiler
+- handle the tconf tool
+ The tool
+
+TODO:
+
+- the set_platform_flags() function is not nice
+- more tests
+- broaden tool scope, if needed
+
+"""
+
+import os, re
+
+from waflib import Options, Utils, Task, TaskGen
+from waflib.Tools import c, ccroot, c_preproc
+from waflib.Configure import conf
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method
+from waflib.Tools.c import cprogram
+
+opj = os.path.join
+
+@conf
+def find_ticc(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['cl6x'], var='CC', path_list=opj(getattr(Options.options, 'ti-cgt-dir', ""), 'bin'))
+ conf.env.CC_NAME = 'ticc'
+
+@conf
+def find_tild(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['lnk6x'], var='LINK_CC', path_list=opj(getattr(Options.options, 'ti-cgt-dir', ""), 'bin'))
+ conf.env.LINK_CC_NAME = 'tild'
+
+@conf
+def find_tiar(conf):
+ conf.find_program(['ar6x'], var='AR', path_list=opj(getattr(Options.options, 'ti-cgt-dir', ""), 'bin'))
+ conf.env.AR_NAME = 'tiar'
+ conf.env.ARFLAGS = 'qru'
+
+@conf
+def ticc_common_flags(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+
+ if not v['LINK_CC']:
+ v['LINK_CC'] = v['CC']
+ v['CCLNK_SRC_F'] = []
+ v['CCLNK_TGT_F'] = ['-o']
+ v['CPPPATH_ST'] = '-I%s'
+ v['DEFINES_ST'] = '-d%s'
+
+ v['LIB_ST'] = '-l%s' # template for adding libs
+ v['LIBPATH_ST'] = '-i%s' # template for adding libpaths
+ v['STLIB_ST'] = '-l=%s.lib'
+ v['STLIBPATH_ST'] = '-i%s'
+
+ # program
+ v['cprogram_PATTERN'] = '%s.out'
+
+ # static lib
+ #v['LINKFLAGS_cstlib'] = ['-Wl,-Bstatic']
+ v['cstlib_PATTERN'] = '%s.lib'
+
+def configure(conf):
+ v = conf.env
+ v.TI_CGT_DIR = getattr(Options.options, 'ti-cgt-dir', "")
+ v.TI_DSPLINK_DIR = getattr(Options.options, 'ti-dsplink-dir', "")
+ v.TI_BIOSUTILS_DIR = getattr(Options.options, 'ti-biosutils-dir', "")
+ v.TI_DSPBIOS_DIR = getattr(Options.options, 'ti-dspbios-dir', "")
+ v.TI_XDCTOOLS_DIR = getattr(Options.options, 'ti-xdctools-dir', "")
+ conf.find_ticc()
+ conf.find_tiar()
+ conf.find_tild()
+ conf.ticc_common_flags()
+ conf.cc_load_tools()
+ conf.cc_add_flags()
+ conf.link_add_flags()
+ conf.find_program(['tconf'], var='TCONF', path_list=v.TI_XDCTOOLS_DIR)
+
+ conf.env.TCONF_INCLUDES += [
+ opj(conf.env.TI_DSPBIOS_DIR, 'packages'),
+ ]
+
+ conf.env.INCLUDES += [
+ opj(conf.env.TI_CGT_DIR, 'include'),
+ ]
+
+ conf.env.LIBPATH += [
+ opj(conf.env.TI_CGT_DIR, "lib"),
+ ]
+
+ conf.env.INCLUDES_DSPBIOS += [
+ opj(conf.env.TI_DSPBIOS_DIR, 'packages', 'ti', 'bios', 'include'),
+ ]
+
+ conf.env.LIBPATH_DSPBIOS += [
+ opj(conf.env.TI_DSPBIOS_DIR, 'packages', 'ti', 'bios', 'lib'),
+ ]
+
+ conf.env.INCLUDES_DSPLINK += [
+ opj(conf.env.TI_DSPLINK_DIR, 'dsplink', 'dsp', 'inc'),
+ ]
+
+@conf
+def ti_set_debug(cfg, debug=1):
+ """
+ Sets debug flags for the compiler.
+
+ TODO:
+ - for each TI CFLAG/INCLUDES/LINKFLAGS/LIBPATH replace RELEASE by DEBUG
+ - -g --no_compress
+ """
+ if debug:
+ cfg.env.CFLAGS += "-d_DEBUG -dDEBUG -dDDSP_DEBUG".split()
+
+@conf
+def ti_dsplink_set_platform_flags(cfg, splat, dsp, dspbios_ver, board):
+ """
+ Sets the INCLUDES, LINKFLAGS for DSPLINK and TCONF_INCLUDES
+ For the specific hardware.
+
+ Assumes that DSPLINK was built in its own folder.
+
+ :param splat: short platform name (eg. OMAPL138)
+ :param dsp: DSP name (eg. 674X)
+ :param dspbios_ver: string identifying DspBios version (eg. 5.XX)
+ :param board: board name (eg. OMAPL138GEM)
+
+ """
+ d1 = opj(cfg.env.TI_DSPLINK_DIR, 'dsplink', 'dsp', 'inc', 'DspBios', dspbios_ver)
+ d = opj(cfg.env.TI_DSPLINK_DIR, 'dsplink', 'dsp', 'inc', 'DspBios', dspbios_ver, board)
+ cfg.env.TCONF_INCLUDES += [d1, d]
+ cfg.env.INCLUDES_DSPLINK += [
+ opj(cfg.env.TI_DSPLINK_DIR, 'dsplink', 'dsp', 'inc', dsp),
+ d,
+ ]
+
+ cfg.env.LINKFLAGS_DSPLINK += [
+ opj(cfg.env.TI_DSPLINK_DIR, 'dsplink', 'dsp', 'export', 'BIN', 'DspBios', splat, board+'_0', 'RELEASE', 'dsplink%s.lib' % x)
+ for x in ('', 'pool', 'mpcs', 'mplist', 'msg', 'data', 'notify', 'ringio')
+ ]
+
+
+def options(opt):
+ opt.add_option('--with-ti-cgt', type='string', dest='ti-cgt-dir', help = 'Specify alternate cgt root folder', default="")
+ opt.add_option('--with-ti-biosutils', type='string', dest='ti-biosutils-dir', help = 'Specify alternate biosutils folder', default="")
+ opt.add_option('--with-ti-dspbios', type='string', dest='ti-dspbios-dir', help = 'Specify alternate dspbios folder', default="")
+ opt.add_option('--with-ti-dsplink', type='string', dest='ti-dsplink-dir', help = 'Specify alternate dsplink folder', default="")
+ opt.add_option('--with-ti-xdctools', type='string', dest='ti-xdctools-dir', help = 'Specify alternate xdctools folder', default="")
+
+class ti_cprogram(cprogram):
+ """
+ Link object files into a c program
+
+ Changes:
+
+ - the linked executable to have a relative path (because we can)
+ - put the LIBPATH first
+ """
+ run_str = '${LINK_CC} ${LIBPATH_ST:LIBPATH} ${LIB_ST:LIB} ${LINKFLAGS} ${CCLNK_SRC_F}${SRC} ${CCLNK_TGT_F}${TGT[0].bldpath()} ${RPATH_ST:RPATH} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${FRAMEWORK_ST:FRAMEWORK} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${STLIB_MARKER} ${STLIBPATH_ST:STLIBPATH} ${STLIB_ST:STLIB} ${SHLIB_MARKER} '
+
+@feature("c")
+@before_method('apply_link')
+def use_ti_cprogram(self):
+ """
+ Automatically uses ti_cprogram link process
+ """
+ if 'cprogram' in self.features and self.env.CC_NAME == 'ticc':
+ self.features.insert(0, "ti_cprogram")
+
+class ti_c(Task.Task):
+ """
+ Compile task for the TI codegen compiler
+
+ This compiler does not allow specifying the output file name, only the output path.
+
+ """
+ "Compile C files into object files"
+ run_str = '${CC} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${CFLAGS} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${CPPPATH_ST:INCPATHS} ${DEFINES_ST:DEFINES} ${SRC} -c ${OUT} ${CPPFLAGS}'
+ vars = ['CCDEPS'] # unused variable to depend on, just in case
+ ext_in = ['.h'] # set the build order easily by using ext_out=['.h']
+ scan = c_preproc.scan
+
+def create_compiled_task(self, name, node):
+ """
+ Overrides ccroot.create_compiled_task to support ti_c
+ """
+ out = '%s' % (node.change_ext('.obj').name)
+ if self.env.CC_NAME == 'ticc':
+ name = 'ti_c'
+ task = self.create_task(name, node, node.parent.find_or_declare(out))
+ self.env.OUT = '-fr%s' % (node.parent.get_bld().abspath())
+ try:
+ self.compiled_tasks.append(task)
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.compiled_tasks = [task]
+ return task
+
+@TaskGen.extension('.c')
+def c_hook(self, node):
+ "Bind the c file extension to the creation of a :py:class:`waflib.Tools.c.c` instance"
+ if self.env.CC_NAME == 'ticc':
+ return create_compiled_task(self, 'ti_c', node)
+ else:
+ return self.create_compiled_task('c', node)
+
+
+@feature("ti-tconf")
+@before_method('process_source')
+def apply_tconf(self):
+ sources = [x.get_src() for x in self.to_nodes(self.source, path=self.path.get_src())]
+ node = sources[0]
+ assert(sources[0].name.endswith(".tcf"))
+ if len(sources) > 1:
+ assert(sources[1].name.endswith(".cmd"))
+
+ target = getattr(self, 'target', self.source)
+ target_node = node.get_bld().parent.find_or_declare(node.name)
+
+ procid = "%d" % int(getattr(self, 'procid', 0))
+
+ importpaths = []
+ includes = Utils.to_list(getattr(self, 'includes', []))
+ for x in includes + self.env.TCONF_INCLUDES:
+ if x == os.path.abspath(x):
+ importpaths.append(x)
+ else:
+ relpath = self.path.find_node(x).path_from(target_node.parent)
+ importpaths.append(relpath)
+
+ task = self.create_task('ti_tconf', sources, target_node.change_ext('.cdb'))
+ task.path = self.path
+ task.includes = includes
+ task.cwd = target_node.parent.abspath()
+ task.env = self.env.derive()
+ task.env["TCONFSRC"] = node.path_from(target_node.parent)
+ task.env["TCONFINC"] = '-Dconfig.importPath=%s' % ";".join(importpaths)
+ task.env['TCONFPROGNAME'] = '-Dconfig.programName=%s' % target
+ task.env['PROCID'] = procid
+ task.outputs = [
+ target_node.change_ext("cfg_c.c"),
+ target_node.change_ext("cfg.s62"),
+ target_node.change_ext("cfg.cmd"),
+ ]
+
+ create_compiled_task(self, 'ti_c', task.outputs[1])
+ ctask = create_compiled_task(self, 'ti_c', task.outputs[0])
+ ctask.env = self.env.derive()
+
+ self.add_those_o_files(target_node.change_ext("cfg.cmd"))
+ if len(sources) > 1:
+ self.add_those_o_files(sources[1])
+ self.source = []
+
+re_tconf_include = re.compile(r'(?P<type>utils\.importFile)\("(?P<file>.*)"\)',re.M)
+class ti_tconf(Task.Task):
+ run_str = '${TCONF} ${TCONFINC} ${TCONFPROGNAME} ${TCONFSRC} ${PROCID}'
+ color = 'PINK'
+
+ def scan(self):
+ includes = Utils.to_list(getattr(self, 'includes', []))
+
+ def deps(node):
+ nodes, names = [], []
+ if node:
+ code = Utils.readf(node.abspath())
+ for match in re_tconf_include.finditer(code):
+ path = match.group('file')
+ if path:
+ for x in includes:
+ filename = opj(x, path)
+ fi = self.path.find_resource(filename)
+ if fi:
+ subnodes, subnames = deps(fi)
+ nodes += subnodes
+ names += subnames
+ nodes.append(fi)
+ names.append(path)
+ break
+ return nodes, names
+ return deps(self.inputs[0])
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/unity.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/unity.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..78128ed
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/unity.py
@@ -0,0 +1,108 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+"""
+Compile whole groups of C/C++ files at once
+(C and C++ files are processed independently though).
+
+To enable globally::
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('compiler_cxx')
+ def build(bld):
+ bld.load('compiler_cxx unity')
+
+To enable for specific task generators only::
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(features='c cprogram unity', source='main.c', ...)
+
+The file order is often significant in such builds, so it can be
+necessary to adjust the order of source files and the batch sizes.
+To control the amount of files processed in a batch per target
+(the default is 50)::
+
+ def build(bld):
+ bld(features='c cprogram', unity_size=20)
+
+"""
+
+from waflib import Task, Options
+from waflib.Tools import c_preproc
+from waflib import TaskGen
+
+MAX_BATCH = 50
+
+EXTS_C = ('.c',)
+EXTS_CXX = ('.cpp','.cc','.cxx','.C','.c++')
+
+def options(opt):
+ global MAX_BATCH
+ opt.add_option('--batchsize', action='store', dest='batchsize', type='int', default=MAX_BATCH,
+ help='default unity batch size (0 disables unity builds)')
+
+@TaskGen.taskgen_method
+def batch_size(self):
+ default = getattr(Options.options, 'batchsize', MAX_BATCH)
+ if default < 1:
+ return 0
+ return getattr(self, 'unity_size', default)
+
+
+class unity(Task.Task):
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ scan = c_preproc.scan
+ def to_include(self, node):
+ ret = node.path_from(self.outputs[0].parent)
+ ret = ret.replace('\\', '\\\\').replace('"', '\\"')
+ return ret
+ def run(self):
+ lst = ['#include "%s"\n' % self.to_include(node) for node in self.inputs]
+ txt = ''.join(lst)
+ self.outputs[0].write(txt)
+ def __str__(self):
+ node = self.outputs[0]
+ return node.path_from(node.ctx.launch_node())
+
+def bind_unity(obj, cls_name, exts):
+ if not 'mappings' in obj.__dict__:
+ obj.mappings = dict(obj.mappings)
+
+ for j in exts:
+ fun = obj.mappings[j]
+ if fun.__name__ == 'unity_fun':
+ raise ValueError('Attempt to bind unity mappings multiple times %r' % j)
+
+ def unity_fun(self, node):
+ cnt = self.batch_size()
+ if cnt <= 1:
+ return fun(self, node)
+ x = getattr(self, 'master_%s' % cls_name, None)
+ if not x or len(x.inputs) >= cnt:
+ x = self.create_task('unity')
+ setattr(self, 'master_%s' % cls_name, x)
+
+ cnt_cur = getattr(self, 'cnt_%s' % cls_name, 0)
+ c_node = node.parent.find_or_declare('unity_%s_%d_%d.%s' % (self.idx, cnt_cur, cnt, cls_name))
+ x.outputs = [c_node]
+ setattr(self, 'cnt_%s' % cls_name, cnt_cur + 1)
+ fun(self, c_node)
+ x.inputs.append(node)
+
+ obj.mappings[j] = unity_fun
+
+@TaskGen.feature('unity')
+@TaskGen.before('process_source')
+def single_unity(self):
+ lst = self.to_list(self.features)
+ if 'c' in lst:
+ bind_unity(self, 'c', EXTS_C)
+ if 'cxx' in lst:
+ bind_unity(self, 'cxx', EXTS_CXX)
+
+def build(bld):
+ if bld.env.CC_NAME:
+ bind_unity(TaskGen.task_gen, 'c', EXTS_C)
+ if bld.env.CXX_NAME:
+ bind_unity(TaskGen.task_gen, 'cxx', EXTS_CXX)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/use_config.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/use_config.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ef5129f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/use_config.py
@@ -0,0 +1,185 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# coding=utf-8
+# Mathieu Courtois - EDF R&D, 2013 - http://www.code-aster.org
+
+"""
+When a project has a lot of options the 'waf configure' command line can be
+very long and it becomes a cause of error.
+This tool provides a convenient way to load a set of configuration parameters
+from a local file or from a remote url.
+
+The configuration parameters are stored in a Python file that is imported as
+an extra waf tool can be.
+
+Example:
+$ waf configure --use-config-dir=http://www.anywhere.org --use-config=myconf1 ...
+
+The file 'myconf1' will be downloaded from 'http://www.anywhere.org'
+(or 'http://www.anywhere.org/wafcfg').
+If the files are available locally, it could be:
+$ waf configure --use-config-dir=/somewhere/myconfigurations --use-config=myconf1 ...
+
+The configuration of 'myconf1.py' is automatically loaded by calling
+its 'configure' function. In this example, it defines environment variables and
+set options:
+
+def configure(self):
+ self.env['CC'] = 'gcc-4.8'
+ self.env.append_value('LIBPATH', [...])
+ self.options.perlbinary = '/usr/local/bin/perl'
+ self.options.pyc = False
+
+The corresponding command line should have been:
+$ CC=gcc-4.8 LIBPATH=... waf configure --nopyc --with-perl-binary=/usr/local/bin/perl
+
+
+This is an extra tool, not bundled with the default waf binary.
+To add the use_config tool to the waf file:
+$ ./waf-light --tools=use_config
+
+When using this tool, the wscript will look like:
+
+ def options(opt):
+ opt.load('use_config')
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('use_config')
+"""
+
+import sys
+import os.path as osp
+import os
+
+local_repo = ''
+"""Local repository containing additional Waf tools (plugins)"""
+remote_repo = 'https://gitlab.com/ita1024/waf/raw/master/'
+"""
+Remote directory containing downloadable waf tools. The missing tools can be downloaded by using::
+
+ $ waf configure --download
+"""
+
+remote_locs = ['waflib/extras', 'waflib/Tools']
+"""
+Remote directories for use with :py:const:`waflib.extras.use_config.remote_repo`
+"""
+
+
+try:
+ from urllib import request
+except ImportError:
+ from urllib import urlopen
+else:
+ urlopen = request.urlopen
+
+
+from waflib import Errors, Context, Logs, Utils, Options, Configure
+
+try:
+ from urllib.parse import urlparse
+except ImportError:
+ from urlparse import urlparse
+
+
+
+
+DEFAULT_DIR = 'wafcfg'
+# add first the current wafcfg subdirectory
+sys.path.append(osp.abspath(DEFAULT_DIR))
+
+def options(self):
+ group = self.add_option_group('configure options')
+ group.add_option('--download', dest='download', default=False, action='store_true', help='try to download the tools if missing')
+
+ group.add_option('--use-config', action='store', default=None,
+ metavar='CFG', dest='use_config',
+ help='force the configuration parameters by importing '
+ 'CFG.py. Several modules may be provided (comma '
+ 'separated).')
+ group.add_option('--use-config-dir', action='store', default=DEFAULT_DIR,
+ metavar='CFG_DIR', dest='use_config_dir',
+ help='path or url where to find the configuration file')
+
+def download_check(node):
+ """
+ Hook to check for the tools which are downloaded. Replace with your function if necessary.
+ """
+ pass
+
+
+def download_tool(tool, force=False, ctx=None):
+ """
+ Download a Waf tool from the remote repository defined in :py:const:`waflib.extras.use_config.remote_repo`::
+
+ $ waf configure --download
+ """
+ for x in Utils.to_list(remote_repo):
+ for sub in Utils.to_list(remote_locs):
+ url = '/'.join((x, sub, tool + '.py'))
+ try:
+ web = urlopen(url)
+ try:
+ if web.getcode() != 200:
+ continue
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+ except Exception:
+ # on python3 urlopen throws an exception
+ # python 2.3 does not have getcode and throws an exception to fail
+ continue
+ else:
+ tmp = ctx.root.make_node(os.sep.join((Context.waf_dir, 'waflib', 'extras', tool + '.py')))
+ tmp.write(web.read(), 'wb')
+ Logs.warn('Downloaded %s from %s', tool, url)
+ download_check(tmp)
+ try:
+ module = Context.load_tool(tool)
+ except Exception:
+ Logs.warn('The tool %s from %s is unusable', tool, url)
+ try:
+ tmp.delete()
+ except Exception:
+ pass
+ continue
+ return module
+
+ raise Errors.WafError('Could not load the Waf tool')
+
+def load_tool(tool, tooldir=None, ctx=None, with_sys_path=True):
+ try:
+ module = Context.load_tool_default(tool, tooldir, ctx, with_sys_path)
+ except ImportError as e:
+ if not ctx or not hasattr(Options.options, 'download'):
+ Logs.error('Could not load %r during options phase (download unavailable at this point)' % tool)
+ raise
+ if Options.options.download:
+ module = download_tool(tool, ctx=ctx)
+ if not module:
+ ctx.fatal('Could not load the Waf tool %r or download a suitable replacement from the repository (sys.path %r)\n%s' % (tool, sys.path, e))
+ else:
+ ctx.fatal('Could not load the Waf tool %r from %r (try the --download option?):\n%s' % (tool, sys.path, e))
+ return module
+
+Context.load_tool_default = Context.load_tool
+Context.load_tool = load_tool
+Configure.download_tool = download_tool
+
+def configure(self):
+ opts = self.options
+ use_cfg = opts.use_config
+ if use_cfg is None:
+ return
+ url = urlparse(opts.use_config_dir)
+ kwargs = {}
+ if url.scheme:
+ kwargs['download'] = True
+ kwargs['remote_url'] = url.geturl()
+ # search first with the exact url, else try with +'/wafcfg'
+ kwargs['remote_locs'] = ['', DEFAULT_DIR]
+ tooldir = url.geturl() + ' ' + DEFAULT_DIR
+ for cfg in use_cfg.split(','):
+ Logs.pprint('NORMAL', "Searching configuration '%s'..." % cfg)
+ self.load(cfg, tooldir=tooldir, **kwargs)
+ self.start_msg('Checking for configuration')
+ self.end_msg(use_cfg)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/valadoc.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/valadoc.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c50f69e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/valadoc.py
@@ -0,0 +1,140 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: UTF-8
+# Nicolas Joseph 2009
+
+"""
+ported from waf 1.5:
+TODO: tabs vs spaces
+"""
+
+from waflib import Task, Utils, Errors, Logs
+from waflib.TaskGen import feature
+
+VALADOC_STR = '${VALADOC}'
+
+class valadoc(Task.Task):
+ vars = ['VALADOC', 'VALADOCFLAGS']
+ color = 'BLUE'
+ after = ['cprogram', 'cstlib', 'cshlib', 'cxxprogram', 'cxxstlib', 'cxxshlib']
+ quiet = True # no outputs .. this is weird
+
+ def __init__(self, *k, **kw):
+ Task.Task.__init__(self, *k, **kw)
+ self.output_dir = ''
+ self.doclet = ''
+ self.package_name = ''
+ self.package_version = ''
+ self.files = []
+ self.vapi_dirs = []
+ self.protected = True
+ self.private = False
+ self.inherit = False
+ self.deps = False
+ self.vala_defines = []
+ self.vala_target_glib = None
+ self.enable_non_null_experimental = False
+ self.force = False
+
+ def run(self):
+ if not self.env['VALADOCFLAGS']:
+ self.env['VALADOCFLAGS'] = ''
+ cmd = [Utils.subst_vars(VALADOC_STR, self.env)]
+ cmd.append ('-o %s' % self.output_dir)
+ if getattr(self, 'doclet', None):
+ cmd.append ('--doclet %s' % self.doclet)
+ cmd.append ('--package-name %s' % self.package_name)
+ if getattr(self, 'package_version', None):
+ cmd.append ('--package-version %s' % self.package_version)
+ if getattr(self, 'packages', None):
+ for package in self.packages:
+ cmd.append ('--pkg %s' % package)
+ if getattr(self, 'vapi_dirs', None):
+ for vapi_dir in self.vapi_dirs:
+ cmd.append ('--vapidir %s' % vapi_dir)
+ if not getattr(self, 'protected', None):
+ cmd.append ('--no-protected')
+ if getattr(self, 'private', None):
+ cmd.append ('--private')
+ if getattr(self, 'inherit', None):
+ cmd.append ('--inherit')
+ if getattr(self, 'deps', None):
+ cmd.append ('--deps')
+ if getattr(self, 'vala_defines', None):
+ for define in self.vala_defines:
+ cmd.append ('--define %s' % define)
+ if getattr(self, 'vala_target_glib', None):
+ cmd.append ('--target-glib=%s' % self.vala_target_glib)
+ if getattr(self, 'enable_non_null_experimental', None):
+ cmd.append ('--enable-non-null-experimental')
+ if getattr(self, 'force', None):
+ cmd.append ('--force')
+ cmd.append (' '.join ([x.abspath() for x in self.files]))
+ return self.generator.bld.exec_command(' '.join(cmd))
+
+@feature('valadoc')
+def process_valadoc(self):
+ """
+ Generate API documentation from Vala source code with valadoc
+
+ doc = bld(
+ features = 'valadoc',
+ output_dir = '../doc/html',
+ package_name = 'vala-gtk-example',
+ package_version = '1.0.0',
+ packages = 'gtk+-2.0',
+ vapi_dirs = '../vapi',
+ force = True
+ )
+
+ path = bld.path.find_dir ('../src')
+ doc.files = path.ant_glob (incl='**/*.vala')
+ """
+
+ task = self.create_task('valadoc')
+ if getattr(self, 'output_dir', None):
+ task.output_dir = self.path.find_or_declare(self.output_dir).abspath()
+ else:
+ Errors.WafError('no output directory')
+ if getattr(self, 'doclet', None):
+ task.doclet = self.doclet
+ else:
+ Errors.WafError('no doclet directory')
+ if getattr(self, 'package_name', None):
+ task.package_name = self.package_name
+ else:
+ Errors.WafError('no package name')
+ if getattr(self, 'package_version', None):
+ task.package_version = self.package_version
+ if getattr(self, 'packages', None):
+ task.packages = Utils.to_list(self.packages)
+ if getattr(self, 'vapi_dirs', None):
+ vapi_dirs = Utils.to_list(self.vapi_dirs)
+ for vapi_dir in vapi_dirs:
+ try:
+ task.vapi_dirs.append(self.path.find_dir(vapi_dir).abspath())
+ except AttributeError:
+ Logs.warn('Unable to locate Vala API directory: %r', vapi_dir)
+ if getattr(self, 'files', None):
+ task.files = self.files
+ else:
+ Errors.WafError('no input file')
+ if getattr(self, 'protected', None):
+ task.protected = self.protected
+ if getattr(self, 'private', None):
+ task.private = self.private
+ if getattr(self, 'inherit', None):
+ task.inherit = self.inherit
+ if getattr(self, 'deps', None):
+ task.deps = self.deps
+ if getattr(self, 'vala_defines', None):
+ task.vala_defines = Utils.to_list(self.vala_defines)
+ if getattr(self, 'vala_target_glib', None):
+ task.vala_target_glib = self.vala_target_glib
+ if getattr(self, 'enable_non_null_experimental', None):
+ task.enable_non_null_experimental = self.enable_non_null_experimental
+ if getattr(self, 'force', None):
+ task.force = self.force
+
+def configure(conf):
+ conf.find_program('valadoc', errmsg='You must install valadoc <http://live.gnome.org/Valadoc> for generate the API documentation')
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/waf_xattr.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/waf_xattr.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..351dd63
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/waf_xattr.py
@@ -0,0 +1,150 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+"""
+Use extended attributes instead of database files
+
+1. Input files will be made writable
+2. This is only for systems providing extended filesystem attributes
+3. By default, hashes are calculated only if timestamp/size change (HASH_CACHE below)
+4. The module enables "deep_inputs" on all tasks by propagating task signatures
+5. This module also skips task signature comparisons for task code changes due to point 4.
+6. This module is for Python3/Linux only, but it could be extended to Python2/other systems
+ using the xattr library
+7. For projects in which tasks always declare output files, it should be possible to
+ store the rest of build context attributes on output files (imp_sigs, raw_deps and node_deps)
+ but this is not done here
+
+On a simple C++ project benchmark, the variations before and after adding waf_xattr.py were observed:
+total build time: 20s -> 22s
+no-op build time: 2.4s -> 1.8s
+pickle file size: 2.9MB -> 2.6MB
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Logs, Node, Task, Utils, Errors
+from waflib.Task import SKIP_ME, RUN_ME, CANCEL_ME, ASK_LATER, SKIPPED, MISSING
+
+HASH_CACHE = True
+SIG_VAR = 'user.waf.sig'
+SEP = ','.encode()
+TEMPLATE = '%b%d,%d'.encode()
+
+try:
+ PermissionError
+except NameError:
+ PermissionError = IOError
+
+def getxattr(self):
+ return os.getxattr(self.abspath(), SIG_VAR)
+
+def setxattr(self, val):
+ os.setxattr(self.abspath(), SIG_VAR, val)
+
+def h_file(self):
+ try:
+ ret = getxattr(self)
+ except OSError:
+ if HASH_CACHE:
+ st = os.stat(self.abspath())
+ mtime = st.st_mtime
+ size = st.st_size
+ else:
+ if len(ret) == 16:
+ # for build directory files
+ return ret
+
+ if HASH_CACHE:
+ # check if timestamp and mtime match to avoid re-hashing
+ st = os.stat(self.abspath())
+ mtime, size = ret[16:].split(SEP)
+ if int(1000 * st.st_mtime) == int(mtime) and st.st_size == int(size):
+ return ret[:16]
+
+ ret = Utils.h_file(self.abspath())
+ if HASH_CACHE:
+ val = TEMPLATE % (ret, int(1000 * st.st_mtime), int(st.st_size))
+ try:
+ setxattr(self, val)
+ except PermissionError:
+ os.chmod(self.abspath(), st.st_mode | 128)
+ setxattr(self, val)
+ return ret
+
+def runnable_status(self):
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ if bld.is_install < 0:
+ return SKIP_ME
+
+ for t in self.run_after:
+ if not t.hasrun:
+ return ASK_LATER
+ elif t.hasrun < SKIPPED:
+ # a dependency has an error
+ return CANCEL_ME
+
+ # first compute the signature
+ try:
+ new_sig = self.signature()
+ except Errors.TaskNotReady:
+ return ASK_LATER
+
+ if not self.outputs:
+ # compare the signature to a signature computed previously
+ # this part is only for tasks with no output files
+ key = self.uid()
+ try:
+ prev_sig = bld.task_sigs[key]
+ except KeyError:
+ Logs.debug('task: task %r must run: it was never run before or the task code changed', self)
+ return RUN_ME
+ if new_sig != prev_sig:
+ Logs.debug('task: task %r must run: the task signature changed', self)
+ return RUN_ME
+
+ # compare the signatures of the outputs to make a decision
+ for node in self.outputs:
+ try:
+ sig = node.h_file()
+ except EnvironmentError:
+ Logs.debug('task: task %r must run: an output node does not exist', self)
+ return RUN_ME
+ if sig != new_sig:
+ Logs.debug('task: task %r must run: an output node is stale', self)
+ return RUN_ME
+
+ return (self.always_run and RUN_ME) or SKIP_ME
+
+def post_run(self):
+ bld = self.generator.bld
+ sig = self.signature()
+ for node in self.outputs:
+ if not node.exists():
+ self.hasrun = MISSING
+ self.err_msg = '-> missing file: %r' % node.abspath()
+ raise Errors.WafError(self.err_msg)
+ os.setxattr(node.abspath(), 'user.waf.sig', sig)
+ if not self.outputs:
+ # only for task with no outputs
+ bld.task_sigs[self.uid()] = sig
+ if not self.keep_last_cmd:
+ try:
+ del self.last_cmd
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+
+try:
+ os.getxattr
+except AttributeError:
+ pass
+else:
+ h_file.__doc__ = Node.Node.h_file.__doc__
+
+ # keep file hashes as file attributes
+ Node.Node.h_file = h_file
+
+ # enable "deep_inputs" on all tasks
+ Task.Task.runnable_status = runnable_status
+ Task.Task.post_run = post_run
+ Task.Task.sig_deep_inputs = Utils.nada
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/why.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/why.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1bb941f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/why.py
@@ -0,0 +1,78 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# Thomas Nagy, 2010 (ita)
+
+"""
+This tool modifies the task signature scheme to store and obtain
+information about the task execution (why it must run, etc)::
+
+ def configure(conf):
+ conf.load('why')
+
+After adding the tool, a full rebuild is necessary:
+waf clean build --zones=task
+"""
+
+from waflib import Task, Utils, Logs, Errors
+
+def signature(self):
+ # compute the result one time, and suppose the scan_signature will give the good result
+ try:
+ return self.cache_sig
+ except AttributeError:
+ pass
+
+ self.m = Utils.md5()
+ self.m.update(self.hcode)
+ id_sig = self.m.digest()
+
+ # explicit deps
+ self.m = Utils.md5()
+ self.sig_explicit_deps()
+ exp_sig = self.m.digest()
+
+ # env vars
+ self.m = Utils.md5()
+ self.sig_vars()
+ var_sig = self.m.digest()
+
+ # implicit deps / scanner results
+ self.m = Utils.md5()
+ if self.scan:
+ try:
+ self.sig_implicit_deps()
+ except Errors.TaskRescan:
+ return self.signature()
+ impl_sig = self.m.digest()
+
+ ret = self.cache_sig = impl_sig + id_sig + exp_sig + var_sig
+ return ret
+
+
+Task.Task.signature = signature
+
+old = Task.Task.runnable_status
+def runnable_status(self):
+ ret = old(self)
+ if ret == Task.RUN_ME:
+ try:
+ old_sigs = self.generator.bld.task_sigs[self.uid()]
+ except (KeyError, AttributeError):
+ Logs.debug("task: task must run as no previous signature exists")
+ else:
+ new_sigs = self.cache_sig
+ def v(x):
+ return Utils.to_hex(x)
+
+ Logs.debug('Task %r', self)
+ msgs = ['* Implicit or scanner dependency', '* Task code', '* Source file, explicit or manual dependency', '* Configuration data variable']
+ tmp = 'task: -> %s: %s %s'
+ for x in range(len(msgs)):
+ l = len(Utils.SIG_NIL)
+ a = new_sigs[x*l : (x+1)*l]
+ b = old_sigs[x*l : (x+1)*l]
+ if (a != b):
+ Logs.debug(tmp, msgs[x].ljust(35), v(a), v(b))
+ return ret
+Task.Task.runnable_status = runnable_status
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/win32_opts.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/win32_opts.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9f7443c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/win32_opts.py
@@ -0,0 +1,170 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+
+"""
+Windows-specific optimizations
+
+This module can help reducing the overhead of listing files on windows
+(more than 10000 files). Python 3.5 already provides the listdir
+optimization though.
+"""
+
+import os
+from waflib import Utils, Build, Node, Logs
+
+try:
+ TP = '%s\\*'.decode('ascii')
+except AttributeError:
+ TP = '%s\\*'
+
+if Utils.is_win32:
+ from waflib.Tools import md5_tstamp
+ import ctypes, ctypes.wintypes
+
+ FindFirstFile = ctypes.windll.kernel32.FindFirstFileW
+ FindNextFile = ctypes.windll.kernel32.FindNextFileW
+ FindClose = ctypes.windll.kernel32.FindClose
+ FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY = 0x10
+ INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE = -1
+ UPPER_FOLDERS = ('.', '..')
+ try:
+ UPPER_FOLDERS = [unicode(x) for x in UPPER_FOLDERS]
+ except NameError:
+ pass
+
+ def cached_hash_file(self):
+ try:
+ cache = self.ctx.cache_listdir_cache_hash_file
+ except AttributeError:
+ cache = self.ctx.cache_listdir_cache_hash_file = {}
+
+ if id(self.parent) in cache:
+ try:
+ t = cache[id(self.parent)][self.name]
+ except KeyError:
+ raise IOError('Not a file')
+ else:
+ # an opportunity to list the files and the timestamps at once
+ findData = ctypes.wintypes.WIN32_FIND_DATAW()
+ find = FindFirstFile(TP % self.parent.abspath(), ctypes.byref(findData))
+
+ if find == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE:
+ cache[id(self.parent)] = {}
+ raise IOError('Not a file')
+
+ cache[id(self.parent)] = lst_files = {}
+ try:
+ while True:
+ if findData.cFileName not in UPPER_FOLDERS:
+ thatsadir = findData.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY
+ if not thatsadir:
+ ts = findData.ftLastWriteTime
+ d = (ts.dwLowDateTime << 32) | ts.dwHighDateTime
+ lst_files[str(findData.cFileName)] = d
+ if not FindNextFile(find, ctypes.byref(findData)):
+ break
+ except Exception:
+ cache[id(self.parent)] = {}
+ raise IOError('Not a file')
+ finally:
+ FindClose(find)
+ t = lst_files[self.name]
+
+ fname = self.abspath()
+ if fname in Build.hashes_md5_tstamp:
+ if Build.hashes_md5_tstamp[fname][0] == t:
+ return Build.hashes_md5_tstamp[fname][1]
+
+ try:
+ fd = os.open(fname, os.O_BINARY | os.O_RDONLY | os.O_NOINHERIT)
+ except OSError:
+ raise IOError('Cannot read from %r' % fname)
+ f = os.fdopen(fd, 'rb')
+ m = Utils.md5()
+ rb = 1
+ try:
+ while rb:
+ rb = f.read(200000)
+ m.update(rb)
+ finally:
+ f.close()
+
+ # ensure that the cache is overwritten
+ Build.hashes_md5_tstamp[fname] = (t, m.digest())
+ return m.digest()
+ Node.Node.cached_hash_file = cached_hash_file
+
+ def get_bld_sig_win32(self):
+ try:
+ return self.ctx.hash_cache[id(self)]
+ except KeyError:
+ pass
+ except AttributeError:
+ self.ctx.hash_cache = {}
+ self.ctx.hash_cache[id(self)] = ret = Utils.h_file(self.abspath())
+ return ret
+ Node.Node.get_bld_sig = get_bld_sig_win32
+
+ def isfile_cached(self):
+ # optimize for nt.stat calls, assuming there are many files for few folders
+ try:
+ cache = self.__class__.cache_isfile_cache
+ except AttributeError:
+ cache = self.__class__.cache_isfile_cache = {}
+
+ try:
+ c1 = cache[id(self.parent)]
+ except KeyError:
+ c1 = cache[id(self.parent)] = []
+
+ curpath = self.parent.abspath()
+ findData = ctypes.wintypes.WIN32_FIND_DATAW()
+ find = FindFirstFile(TP % curpath, ctypes.byref(findData))
+
+ if find == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE:
+ Logs.error("invalid win32 handle isfile_cached %r", self.abspath())
+ return os.path.isfile(self.abspath())
+
+ try:
+ while True:
+ if findData.cFileName not in UPPER_FOLDERS:
+ thatsadir = findData.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY
+ if not thatsadir:
+ c1.append(str(findData.cFileName))
+ if not FindNextFile(find, ctypes.byref(findData)):
+ break
+ except Exception as e:
+ Logs.error('exception while listing a folder %r %r', self.abspath(), e)
+ return os.path.isfile(self.abspath())
+ finally:
+ FindClose(find)
+ return self.name in c1
+ Node.Node.isfile_cached = isfile_cached
+
+ def find_or_declare_win32(self, lst):
+ # assuming that "find_or_declare" is called before the build starts, remove the calls to os.path.isfile
+ if isinstance(lst, str):
+ lst = [x for x in Utils.split_path(lst) if x and x != '.']
+
+ node = self.get_bld().search_node(lst)
+ if node:
+ if not node.isfile_cached():
+ try:
+ node.parent.mkdir()
+ except OSError:
+ pass
+ return node
+ self = self.get_src()
+ node = self.find_node(lst)
+ if node:
+ if not node.isfile_cached():
+ try:
+ node.parent.mkdir()
+ except OSError:
+ pass
+ return node
+ node = self.get_bld().make_node(lst)
+ node.parent.mkdir()
+ return node
+ Node.Node.find_or_declare = find_or_declare_win32
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/wix.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/wix.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d87bfbb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/wix.py
@@ -0,0 +1,87 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# vim: tabstop=4 noexpandtab
+
+"""
+Windows Installer XML Tool (WiX)
+
+.wxs --- candle ---> .wxobj --- light ---> .msi
+
+bld(features='wix', some.wxs, gen='some.msi', candleflags=[..], lightflags=[..])
+
+bld(features='wix', source=['bundle.wxs','WixBalExtension'], gen='setup.exe', candleflags=[..])
+"""
+
+import os, copy
+from waflib import TaskGen
+from waflib import Task
+from waflib.Utils import winreg
+
+class candle(Task.Task):
+ run_str = '${CANDLE} -nologo ${CANDLEFLAGS} -out ${TGT} ${SRC[0].abspath()}',
+
+class light(Task.Task):
+ run_str = "${LIGHT} -nologo -b ${SRC[0].parent.abspath()} ${LIGHTFLAGS} -out ${TGT} ${SRC[0].abspath()}"
+
+@TaskGen.feature('wix')
+@TaskGen.before_method('process_source')
+def wix(self):
+ #X.wxs -> ${SRC} for CANDLE
+ #X.wxobj -> ${SRC} for LIGHT
+ #X.dll -> -ext X in ${LIGHTFLAGS}
+ #X.wxl -> wixui.wixlib -loc X.wxl in ${LIGHTFLAGS}
+ wxobj = []
+ wxs = []
+ exts = []
+ wxl = []
+ rest = []
+ for x in self.source:
+ if x.endswith('.wxobj'):
+ wxobj.append(x)
+ elif x.endswith('.wxs'):
+ wxobj.append(self.path.find_or_declare(x[:-4]+'.wxobj'))
+ wxs.append(x)
+ elif x.endswith('.dll'):
+ exts.append(x[:-4])
+ elif '.' not in x:
+ exts.append(x)
+ elif x.endswith('.wxl'):
+ wxl.append(x)
+ else:
+ rest.append(x)
+ self.source = self.to_nodes(rest) #.wxs
+
+ cndl = self.create_task('candle', self.to_nodes(wxs), self.to_nodes(wxobj))
+ lght = self.create_task('light', self.to_nodes(wxobj), self.path.find_or_declare(self.gen))
+
+ cndl.env.CANDLEFLAGS = copy.copy(getattr(self,'candleflags',[]))
+ lght.env.LIGHTFLAGS = copy.copy(getattr(self,'lightflags',[]))
+
+ for x in wxl:
+ lght.env.append_value('LIGHTFLAGS','wixui.wixlib')
+ lght.env.append_value('LIGHTFLAGS','-loc')
+ lght.env.append_value('LIGHTFLAGS',x)
+ for x in exts:
+ cndl.env.append_value('CANDLEFLAGS','-ext')
+ cndl.env.append_value('CANDLEFLAGS',x)
+ lght.env.append_value('LIGHTFLAGS','-ext')
+ lght.env.append_value('LIGHTFLAGS',x)
+
+#wix_bin_path()
+def wix_bin_path():
+ basekey = r"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework\AssemblyFolders"
+ query = winreg.OpenKey(winreg.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, basekey)
+ cnt=winreg.QueryInfoKey(query)[0]
+ thiskey = r'C:\Program Files (x86)\WiX Toolset v3.10\SDK'
+ for i in range(cnt-1,-1,-1):
+ thiskey = winreg.EnumKey(query,i)
+ if 'WiX' in thiskey:
+ break
+ winreg.CloseKey(query)
+ return os.path.normpath(winreg.QueryValue(winreg.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, basekey+r'\\'+thiskey)+'..\\bin')
+
+def configure(ctx):
+ path_list=[wix_bin_path()]
+ ctx.find_program('candle', var='CANDLE', mandatory=True, path_list = path_list)
+ ctx.find_program('light', var='LIGHT', mandatory=True, path_list = path_list)
+
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/extras/xcode6.py b/pugl/waflib/extras/xcode6.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..91bbff1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/waflib/extras/xcode6.py
@@ -0,0 +1,727 @@
+#! /usr/bin/env python
+# encoding: utf-8
+# XCode 3/XCode 4/XCode 6/Xcode 7 generator for Waf
+# Based on work by Nicolas Mercier 2011
+# Extended by Simon Warg 2015, https://github.com/mimon
+# XCode project file format based on http://www.monobjc.net/xcode-project-file-format.html
+
+"""
+See playground/xcode6/ for usage examples.
+
+"""
+
+from waflib import Context, TaskGen, Build, Utils, Errors, Logs
+import os, sys
+
+# FIXME too few extensions
+XCODE_EXTS = ['.c', '.cpp', '.m', '.mm']
+
+HEADERS_GLOB = '**/(*.h|*.hpp|*.H|*.inl)'
+
+MAP_EXT = {
+ '': "folder",
+ '.h' : "sourcecode.c.h",
+
+ '.hh': "sourcecode.cpp.h",
+ '.inl': "sourcecode.cpp.h",
+ '.hpp': "sourcecode.cpp.h",
+
+ '.c': "sourcecode.c.c",
+
+ '.m': "sourcecode.c.objc",
+
+ '.mm': "sourcecode.cpp.objcpp",
+
+ '.cc': "sourcecode.cpp.cpp",
+
+ '.cpp': "sourcecode.cpp.cpp",
+ '.C': "sourcecode.cpp.cpp",
+ '.cxx': "sourcecode.cpp.cpp",
+ '.c++': "sourcecode.cpp.cpp",
+
+ '.l': "sourcecode.lex", # luthor
+ '.ll': "sourcecode.lex",
+
+ '.y': "sourcecode.yacc",
+ '.yy': "sourcecode.yacc",
+
+ '.plist': "text.plist.xml",
+ ".nib": "wrapper.nib",
+ ".xib": "text.xib",
+}
+
+# Used in PBXNativeTarget elements
+PRODUCT_TYPE_APPLICATION = 'com.apple.product-type.application'
+PRODUCT_TYPE_FRAMEWORK = 'com.apple.product-type.framework'
+PRODUCT_TYPE_EXECUTABLE = 'com.apple.product-type.tool'
+PRODUCT_TYPE_LIB_STATIC = 'com.apple.product-type.library.static'
+PRODUCT_TYPE_LIB_DYNAMIC = 'com.apple.product-type.library.dynamic'
+PRODUCT_TYPE_EXTENSION = 'com.apple.product-type.kernel-extension'
+PRODUCT_TYPE_IOKIT = 'com.apple.product-type.kernel-extension.iokit'
+
+# Used in PBXFileReference elements
+FILE_TYPE_APPLICATION = 'wrapper.cfbundle'
+FILE_TYPE_FRAMEWORK = 'wrapper.framework'
+FILE_TYPE_LIB_DYNAMIC = 'compiled.mach-o.dylib'
+FILE_TYPE_LIB_STATIC = 'archive.ar'
+FILE_TYPE_EXECUTABLE = 'compiled.mach-o.executable'
+
+# Tuple packs of the above
+TARGET_TYPE_FRAMEWORK = (PRODUCT_TYPE_FRAMEWORK, FILE_TYPE_FRAMEWORK, '.framework')
+TARGET_TYPE_APPLICATION = (PRODUCT_TYPE_APPLICATION, FILE_TYPE_APPLICATION, '.app')
+TARGET_TYPE_DYNAMIC_LIB = (PRODUCT_TYPE_LIB_DYNAMIC, FILE_TYPE_LIB_DYNAMIC, '.dylib')
+TARGET_TYPE_STATIC_LIB = (PRODUCT_TYPE_LIB_STATIC, FILE_TYPE_LIB_STATIC, '.a')
+TARGET_TYPE_EXECUTABLE = (PRODUCT_TYPE_EXECUTABLE, FILE_TYPE_EXECUTABLE, '')
+
+# Maps target type string to its data
+TARGET_TYPES = {
+ 'framework': TARGET_TYPE_FRAMEWORK,
+ 'app': TARGET_TYPE_APPLICATION,
+ 'dylib': TARGET_TYPE_DYNAMIC_LIB,
+ 'stlib': TARGET_TYPE_STATIC_LIB,
+ 'exe' :TARGET_TYPE_EXECUTABLE,
+}
+
+def delete_invalid_values(dct):
+ """ Deletes entries that are dictionaries or sets """
+ for k, v in list(dct.items()):
+ if isinstance(v, dict) or isinstance(v, set):
+ del dct[k]
+ return dct
+
+"""
+Configuration of the global project settings. Sets an environment variable 'PROJ_CONFIGURATION'
+which is a dictionary of configuration name and buildsettings pair.
+E.g.:
+env.PROJ_CONFIGURATION = {
+ 'Debug': {
+ 'ARCHS': 'x86',
+ ...
+ }
+ 'Release': {
+ 'ARCHS' x86_64'
+ ...
+ }
+}
+The user can define a completely customized dictionary in configure() stage. Otherwise a default Debug/Release will be created
+based on env variable
+"""
+def configure(self):
+ if not self.env.PROJ_CONFIGURATION:
+ self.to_log("A default project configuration was created since no custom one was given in the configure(conf) stage. Define your custom project settings by adding PROJ_CONFIGURATION to env. The env.PROJ_CONFIGURATION must be a dictionary with at least one key, where each key is the configuration name, and the value is a dictionary of key/value settings.\n")
+
+ # Check for any added config files added by the tool 'c_config'.
+ if 'cfg_files' in self.env:
+ self.env.INCLUDES = Utils.to_list(self.env.INCLUDES) + [os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(f)) for f in self.env.cfg_files]
+
+ # Create default project configuration?
+ if 'PROJ_CONFIGURATION' not in self.env:
+ defaults = delete_invalid_values(self.env.get_merged_dict())
+ self.env.PROJ_CONFIGURATION = {
+ "Debug": defaults,
+ "Release": defaults,
+ }
+
+ # Some build settings are required to be present by XCode. We will supply default values
+ # if user hasn't defined any.
+ defaults_required = [('PRODUCT_NAME', '$(TARGET_NAME)')]
+ for cfgname,settings in self.env.PROJ_CONFIGURATION.items():
+ for default_var, default_val in defaults_required:
+ if default_var not in settings:
+ settings[default_var] = default_val
+
+ # Error check customization
+ if not isinstance(self.env.PROJ_CONFIGURATION, dict):
+ raise Errors.ConfigurationError("The env.PROJ_CONFIGURATION must be a dictionary with at least one key, where each key is the configuration name, and the value is a dictionary of key/value settings.")
+
+part1 = 0
+part2 = 10000
+part3 = 0
+id = 562000999
+def newid():
+ global id
+ id += 1
+ return "%04X%04X%04X%012d" % (0, 10000, 0, id)
+
+"""
+Represents a tree node in the XCode project plist file format.
+When written to a file, all attributes of XCodeNode are stringified together with
+its value. However, attributes starting with an underscore _ are ignored
+during that process and allows you to store arbitrary values that are not supposed
+to be written out.
+"""
+class XCodeNode(object):
+ def __init__(self):
+ self._id = newid()
+ self._been_written = False
+
+ def tostring(self, value):
+ if isinstance(value, dict):
+ result = "{\n"
+ for k,v in value.items():
+ result = result + "\t\t\t%s = %s;\n" % (k, self.tostring(v))
+ result = result + "\t\t}"
+ return result
+ elif isinstance(value, str):
+ return "\"%s\"" % value
+ elif isinstance(value, list):
+ result = "(\n"
+ for i in value:
+ result = result + "\t\t\t%s,\n" % self.tostring(i)
+ result = result + "\t\t)"
+ return result
+ elif isinstance(value, XCodeNode):
+ return value._id
+ else:
+ return str(value)
+
+ def write_recursive(self, value, file):
+ if isinstance(value, dict):
+ for k,v in value.items():
+ self.write_recursive(v, file)
+ elif isinstance(value, list):
+ for i in value:
+ self.write_recursive(i, file)
+ elif isinstance(value, XCodeNode):