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-rw-r--r--pugl/.gitlab-ci.yml3
-rw-r--r--pugl/.gitmodules3
-rw-r--r--pugl/doc/mainpage.md2
-rw-r--r--pugl/doc/style.css2
-rw-r--r--pugl/examples/cube_view.h18
-rw-r--r--pugl/examples/pugl_cairo_demo.c5
-rw-r--r--pugl/examples/pugl_embed_demo.c20
-rw-r--r--pugl/examples/pugl_gl3_demo.c27
-rw-r--r--pugl/examples/pugl_print_events.c3
-rw-r--r--pugl/examples/pugl_window_demo.c17
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/detail/implementation.c22
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/detail/mac.h4
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/detail/mac.m72
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/detail/mac_gl.m16
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/detail/types.h4
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/detail/win.c22
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/detail/win.h4
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/detail/x11.c37
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/glew.h31
-rw-r--r--pugl/pugl/pugl.h172
-rw-r--r--pugl/test/test_redisplay.c2
-rw-r--r--pugl/test/test_show_hide.c2
-rw-r--r--pugl/test/test_timer.c2
-rw-r--r--pugl/test/test_update.c2
-rw-r--r--pugl/test/test_utils.h13
-rwxr-xr-xpugl/waf17
m---------pugl/waflib0
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/.gitignore2
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Build.py1496
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/COPYING25
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/ConfigSet.py361
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Configure.py639
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Context.py737
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Errors.py68
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Logs.py379
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Node.py970
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Options.py342
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/README.md24
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Runner.py617
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Scripting.py620
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Task.py1406
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/TaskGen.py917
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/__init__.py3
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/ar.py24
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/asm.py73
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/bison.py49
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/c.py39
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/c_aliases.py144
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/c_config.py1351
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/c_osx.py193
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/c_preproc.py1091
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/c_tests.py229
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/ccroot.py791
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/clang.py29
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/clangxx.py30
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_c.py110
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_cxx.py111
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_d.py85
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_fc.py73
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/cs.py211
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/cxx.py40
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/d.py97
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/d_config.py64
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/d_scan.py211
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/dbus.py70
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/dmd.py80
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/errcheck.py237
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/fc.py203
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/fc_config.py488
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/fc_scan.py120
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/flex.py62
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/g95.py66
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/gas.py18
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/gcc.py156
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/gdc.py55
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/gfortran.py93
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/glib2.py489
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/gnu_dirs.py131
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/gxx.py157
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/icc.py30
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/icpc.py30
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/ifort.py413
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/intltool.py231
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/irixcc.py66
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/javaw.py579
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/ldc2.py56
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/lua.py38
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/md5_tstamp.py38
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/msvc.py1020
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/nasm.py26
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/nobuild.py24
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/perl.py156
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/python.py631
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/qt5.py796
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/ruby.py186
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/suncc.py67
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/suncxx.py67
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/tex.py543
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/vala.py355
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/waf_unit_test.py296
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/winres.py78
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/xlc.py65
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Tools/xlcxx.py65
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/Utils.py1029
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/__init__.py3
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/ansiterm.py342
-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
-rw-r--r--pugl/waflib/fixpy2.py64
-rwxr-xr-xpugl/waflib/processor.py64
-rwxr-xr-xpugl/waflib/waf16
-rw-r--r--pugl/wscript4
211 files changed, 331 insertions, 42160 deletions
diff --git a/pugl/.gitlab-ci.yml b/pugl/.gitlab-ci.yml
index d1d166d..29dc8be 100644
--- a/pugl/.gitlab-ci.yml
+++ b/pugl/.gitlab-ci.yml
@@ -2,6 +2,9 @@ stages:
- build
- deploy
+variables:
+ GIT_SUBMODULE_STRATEGY: normal
+
.build_template: &build_definition
stage: build
diff --git a/pugl/.gitmodules b/pugl/.gitmodules
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..cc8b569
--- /dev/null
+++ b/pugl/.gitmodules
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+[submodule "waflib"]
+ path = waflib
+ url = ../../drobilla/autowaf.git
diff --git a/pugl/doc/mainpage.md b/pugl/doc/mainpage.md
index d7a96fa..aa6f925 100644
--- a/pugl/doc/mainpage.md
+++ b/pugl/doc/mainpage.md
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ as well as a [stub](@ref stub) backend that creates a native window with no draw
Once the view is configured,
-it can be [created](@ref puglCreateWindow) and [shown](@ref puglShowWindow).
+it can be [realized](@ref puglRealize) and [shown](@ref puglShowWindow).
By default a view will correspond to a top-level system window.
To create a view within another window,
it must have a [parent window set](@ref puglSetParentWindow) before being created.
diff --git a/pugl/doc/style.css b/pugl/doc/style.css
index dba66b3..28f0519 100644
--- a/pugl/doc/style.css
+++ b/pugl/doc/style.css
@@ -499,7 +499,7 @@ td.mlabels-right {
}
.fieldtable {
- margin-top: 0.5em;
+ margin-top: 1em;
border-collapse: collapse;
}
diff --git a/pugl/examples/cube_view.h b/pugl/examples/cube_view.h
index 82648ac..9fd2349 100644
--- a/pugl/examples/cube_view.h
+++ b/pugl/examples/cube_view.h
@@ -21,9 +21,9 @@
#include "pugl/gl.h"
static inline void
-reshapeCube(const int width, const int height)
+reshapeCube(const float width, const float height)
{
- const float aspect = (float)width / (float)height;
+ const float aspect = width / height;
glEnable(GL_DEPTH_TEST);
glDepthFunc(GL_LESS);
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ reshapeCube(const int width, const int height)
glMatrixMode(GL_PROJECTION);
glLoadIdentity();
- glViewport(0, 0, width, height);
+ glViewport(0, 0, (int)width, (int)height);
float projection[16];
perspective(projection, 1.8f, aspect, 1.0f, 100.0f);
@@ -40,16 +40,16 @@ reshapeCube(const int width, const int height)
static inline void
displayCube(PuglView* const view,
- const double distance,
- const double xAngle,
- const double yAngle,
+ const float distance,
+ const float xAngle,
+ const float yAngle,
const bool entered)
{
glMatrixMode(GL_MODELVIEW);
glLoadIdentity();
- glTranslatef(0.0f, 0.0f, (float)distance * -1.0f);
- glRotatef((float)xAngle, 0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f);
- glRotatef((float)yAngle, 1.0f, 0.0f, 0.0f);
+ glTranslatef(0.0f, 0.0f, distance * -1.0f);
+ glRotatef(xAngle, 0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f);
+ glRotatef(yAngle, 1.0f, 0.0f, 0.0f);
const float bg = entered ? 0.2f : 0.0f;
glClearColor(bg, bg, bg, 1.0f);
diff --git a/pugl/examples/pugl_cairo_demo.c b/pugl/examples/pugl_cairo_demo.c
index 6b43cb0..483446f 100644
--- a/pugl/examples/pugl_cairo_demo.c
+++ b/pugl/examples/pugl_cairo_demo.c
@@ -237,16 +237,17 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
PuglRect frame = { 0, 0, 512, 512 };
PuglView* view = puglNewView(app.world);
+
+ puglSetWindowTitle(view, "Pugl Cairo Demo");
puglSetFrame(view, frame);
puglSetMinSize(view, 256, 256);
puglSetViewHint(view, PUGL_RESIZABLE, app.opts.resizable);
puglSetHandle(view, &app);
puglSetBackend(view, puglCairoBackend());
-
puglSetViewHint(view, PUGL_IGNORE_KEY_REPEAT, app.opts.ignoreKeyRepeat);
puglSetEventFunc(view, onEvent);
- PuglStatus st = puglCreateWindow(view, "Pugl Test");
+ PuglStatus st = puglRealize(view);
if (st) {
return logError("Failed to create window (%s)\n", puglStrerror(st));
}
diff --git a/pugl/examples/pugl_embed_demo.c b/pugl/examples/pugl_embed_demo.c
index 313a92c..3a7b051 100644
--- a/pugl/examples/pugl_embed_demo.c
+++ b/pugl/examples/pugl_embed_demo.c
@@ -87,7 +87,11 @@ onDisplay(PuglView* view)
app->yAngle = fmod(app->yAngle + dTime * 100.0, 360.0);
}
- displayCube(view, app->dist, app->xAngle, app->yAngle, app->mouseEntered);
+ displayCube(view,
+ app->dist,
+ (float)app->xAngle,
+ (float)app->yAngle,
+ app->mouseEntered);
app->lastDrawTime = thisTime;
}
@@ -164,7 +168,9 @@ onParentEvent(PuglView* view, const PuglEvent* event)
switch (event->type) {
case PUGL_CONFIGURE:
- reshapeCube((int)event->configure.width, (int)event->configure.height);
+ reshapeCube((float)event->configure.width,
+ (float)event->configure.height);
+
puglSetFrame(app->child, getChildFrame(parentFrame));
break;
case PUGL_UPDATE:
@@ -214,7 +220,8 @@ onEvent(PuglView* view, const PuglEvent* event)
switch (event->type) {
case PUGL_CONFIGURE:
- reshapeCube((int)event->configure.width, (int)event->configure.height);
+ reshapeCube((float)event->configure.width,
+ (float)event->configure.height);
break;
case PUGL_UPDATE:
if (app->continuous) {
@@ -302,7 +309,10 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
PuglStatus st = PUGL_SUCCESS;
const uint8_t title[] = { 'P', 'u', 'g', 'l', ' ',
'P', 'r', 0xC3, 0xBC, 'f', 'u', 'n', 'g', 0 };
- if ((st = puglCreateWindow(app.parent, (const char*)title))) {
+
+ puglSetWindowTitle(app.parent, (const char*)title);
+
+ if ((st = puglRealize(app.parent))) {
return logError("Failed to create parent window (%s)\n",
puglStrerror(st));
}
@@ -319,7 +329,7 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
puglSetHandle(app.child, &app);
puglSetEventFunc(app.child, onEvent);
- if ((st = puglCreateWindow(app.child, NULL))) {
+ if ((st = puglRealize(app.child))) {
return logError("Failed to create child window (%s)\n",
puglStrerror(st));
}
diff --git a/pugl/examples/pugl_gl3_demo.c b/pugl/examples/pugl_gl3_demo.c
index 26db852..c49ed3d 100644
--- a/pugl/examples/pugl_gl3_demo.c
+++ b/pugl/examples/pugl_gl3_demo.c
@@ -108,9 +108,11 @@ onConfigure(PuglView* view, double width, double height)
static void
onExpose(PuglView* view)
{
- PuglTestApp* app = (PuglTestApp*)puglGetHandle(view);
- const PuglRect frame = puglGetFrame(view);
- const double time = puglGetTime(puglGetWorld(view));
+ PuglTestApp* app = (PuglTestApp*)puglGetHandle(view);
+ const PuglRect frame = puglGetFrame(view);
+ const float width = (float)frame.width;
+ const float height = (float)frame.height;
+ const double time = puglGetTime(puglGetWorld(view));
// Construct projection matrix for 2D window surface (in pixels)
mat4 proj;
@@ -136,14 +138,14 @@ onExpose(PuglView* view)
const float offset[2] = {normal * 128.0f, normal * 128.0f};
// Move rect around in an arbitrary way that looks cool
- rect->pos[0] =
- (float)(frame.width - rect->size[0] + offset[0]) *
- (sinf((float)time * rect->size[0] / 64.0f + normal) + 1.0f) /
- 2.0f;
- rect->pos[1] =
- (float)(frame.height - rect->size[1] + offset[1]) *
- (cosf((float)time * rect->size[1] / 64.0f + normal) + 1.0f) /
- 2.0f;
+ rect->pos[0] = (width - rect->size[0] + offset[0]) *
+ (sinf((float)time * rect->size[0] / 64.0f + normal) +
+ 1.0f) /
+ 2.0f;
+ rect->pos[1] = (height - rect->size[1] + offset[1]) *
+ (cosf((float)time * rect->size[1] / 64.0f + normal) +
+ 1.0f) /
+ 2.0f;
}
glBufferSubData(GL_ARRAY_BUFFER,
@@ -269,6 +271,7 @@ setupPugl(PuglTestApp* app, const PuglRect frame)
// Set up world and view
puglSetClassName(app->world, "PuglGL3Demo");
+ puglSetWindowTitle(app->view, "Pugl OpenGL 3");
puglSetFrame(app->view, frame);
puglSetMinSize(app->view, defaultWidth / 4, defaultHeight / 4);
puglSetAspectRatio(app->view, 1, 1, 16, 9);
@@ -403,7 +406,7 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
setupPugl(&app, frame);
// Create window (which will send a PUGL_CREATE event)
- const PuglStatus st = puglCreateWindow(app.view, "Pugl OpenGL 3");
+ const PuglStatus st = puglRealize(app.view);
if (st) {
return logError("Failed to create window (%s)\n", puglStrerror(st));
}
diff --git a/pugl/examples/pugl_print_events.c b/pugl/examples/pugl_print_events.c
index 9c81033..52b58c4 100644
--- a/pugl/examples/pugl_print_events.c
+++ b/pugl/examples/pugl_print_events.c
@@ -57,11 +57,12 @@ main(void)
app.view = puglNewView(app.world);
puglSetClassName(app.world, "Pugl Print Events");
+ puglSetWindowTitle(app.view, "Pugl Event Printer");
puglSetBackend(app.view, puglStubBackend());
puglSetHandle(app.view, &app);
puglSetEventFunc(app.view, onEvent);
- if (puglCreateWindow(app.view, "Pugl Event Printer")) {
+ if (puglRealize(app.view)) {
return logError("Failed to create window\n");
}
diff --git a/pugl/examples/pugl_window_demo.c b/pugl/examples/pugl_window_demo.c
index 7beb330..183119c 100644
--- a/pugl/examples/pugl_window_demo.c
+++ b/pugl/examples/pugl_window_demo.c
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
*/
/**
- @file pugl_windows_demo.c A demonstration of multiple Pugl windows.
+ @file pugl_window_demo.c A demonstration of multiple Pugl windows.
*/
#include "cube_view.h"
@@ -63,7 +63,11 @@ onDisplay(PuglView* view)
cube->yAngle = fmod(cube->yAngle + dTime * 100.0, 360.0);
}
- displayCube(view, cube->dist, cube->xAngle, cube->yAngle, cube->entered);
+ displayCube(view,
+ cube->dist,
+ (float)cube->xAngle,
+ (float)cube->yAngle,
+ cube->entered);
cube->lastDrawTime = thisTime;
}
@@ -126,7 +130,8 @@ onEvent(PuglView* view, const PuglEvent* event)
switch (event->type) {
case PUGL_CONFIGURE:
- reshapeCube((int)event->configure.width, (int)event->configure.height);
+ reshapeCube((float)event->configure.width,
+ (float)event->configure.height);
break;
case PUGL_UPDATE:
if (app->continuous) {
@@ -205,6 +210,7 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
cube->dist = 10;
+ puglSetWindowTitle(view, "Pugl Window Demo");
puglSetFrame(view, frame);
puglSetMinSize(view, 128, 128);
puglSetBackend(view, puglGlBackend());
@@ -218,9 +224,8 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
puglSetHandle(view, cube);
puglSetEventFunc(view, onEvent);
- if ((st = puglCreateWindow(view, "Pugl"))) {
- return logError("Failed to create window window (%s)\n",
- puglStrerror(st));
+ if ((st = puglRealize(view))) {
+ return logError("Failed to create window (%s)\n", puglStrerror(st));
}
puglShowWindow(view);
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/detail/implementation.c b/pugl/pugl/detail/implementation.c
index d7f1413..ee9b242 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/detail/implementation.c
+++ b/pugl/pugl/detail/implementation.c
@@ -60,9 +60,10 @@ puglStrerror(const PuglStatus status)
case PUGL_FAILURE: return "Non-fatal failure";
case PUGL_UNKNOWN_ERROR: return "Unknown system error";
case PUGL_BAD_BACKEND: return "Invalid or missing backend";
+ case PUGL_BAD_PARAMETER: return "Invalid parameter";
case PUGL_BACKEND_FAILED: return "Backend initialisation failed";
- case PUGL_REGISTRATION_FAILED: return "Window class registration failed";
- case PUGL_CREATE_WINDOW_FAILED: return "Window creation failed";
+ case PUGL_REGISTRATION_FAILED: return "Class registration failed";
+ case PUGL_REALIZE_FAILED: return "View creation failed";
case PUGL_SET_FORMAT_FAILED: return "Failed to set pixel format";
case PUGL_CREATE_CONTEXT_FAILED: return "Failed to create drawing context";
case PUGL_UNSUPPORTED_TYPE: return "Unsupported data type";
@@ -75,10 +76,12 @@ puglStrerror(const PuglStatus status)
void
puglSetString(char** dest, const char* string)
{
- const size_t len = strlen(string);
+ if (*dest != string) {
+ const size_t len = strlen(string);
- *dest = (char*)realloc(*dest, len + 1);
- strncpy(*dest, string, len + 1);
+ *dest = (char*)realloc(*dest, len + 1);
+ strncpy(*dest, string, len + 1);
+ }
}
void
@@ -236,15 +239,16 @@ puglGetWorld(PuglView* view)
PuglStatus
puglSetViewHint(PuglView* view, PuglViewHint hint, int value)
{
- if (hint < PUGL_NUM_WINDOW_HINTS) {
+ if (hint < PUGL_NUM_VIEW_HINTS) {
view->hints[hint] = value;
+ return PUGL_SUCCESS;
}
- return PUGL_SUCCESS;
+ return PUGL_BAD_PARAMETER;
}
PuglStatus
-puglSetParentWindow(PuglView* view, PuglNativeWindow parent)
+puglSetParentWindow(PuglView* view, PuglNativeView parent)
{
view->parent = parent;
return PUGL_SUCCESS;
@@ -270,7 +274,7 @@ puglGetHandle(PuglView* view)
}
bool
-puglGetVisible(PuglView* view)
+puglGetVisible(const PuglView* view)
{
return view->visible;
}
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/detail/mac.h b/pugl/pugl/detail/mac.h
index 5bc1a2e..2243337 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/detail/mac.h
+++ b/pugl/pugl/detail/mac.h
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
*/
/**
- @file win.h Shared definitions for MacOS implementation.
+ @file mac.h Shared definitions for MacOS implementation.
*/
#include "pugl/pugl.h"
@@ -60,6 +60,6 @@ struct PuglInternalsImpl {
NSApplication* app;
PuglWrapperView* wrapperView;
NSView* drawView;
- id window;
+ PuglWindow* window;
uint32_t mods;
};
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/detail/mac.m b/pugl/pugl/detail/mac.m
index bd1fdcf..501be02 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/detail/mac.m
+++ b/pugl/pugl/detail/mac.m
@@ -475,7 +475,7 @@ handleCrossing(PuglWrapperView* view, NSEvent* event, const PuglEventType type)
(void)replacement;
[markedText release];
markedText = (
- [string isKindOfClass:[NSAttributedString class]]
+ [(NSObject*)string isKindOfClass:[NSAttributedString class]]
? [[NSMutableAttributedString alloc] initWithAttributedString:string]
: [[NSMutableAttributedString alloc] initWithString:string]);
}
@@ -511,7 +511,7 @@ handleCrossing(PuglWrapperView* view, NSEvent* event, const PuglEventType type)
(void)range;
(void)actual;
- const NSRect frame = [(id)puglview bounds];
+ const NSRect frame = [self bounds];
return NSMakeRect(frame.origin.x, frame.origin.y, 0.0, 0.0);
}
@@ -527,8 +527,8 @@ handleCrossing(PuglWrapperView* view, NSEvent* event, const PuglEventType type)
NSEvent* const event = [NSApp currentEvent];
NSString* const characters =
- ([string isKindOfClass:[NSAttributedString class]]
- ? [string string]
+ ([(NSObject*)string isKindOfClass:[NSAttributedString class]]
+ ? [(NSAttributedString*)string string]
: (NSString*)string);
const NSPoint wloc = [self eventLocation:event];
@@ -569,7 +569,7 @@ handleCrossing(PuglWrapperView* view, NSEvent* event, const PuglEventType type)
{
const uint32_t mods = getModifiers(event);
PuglEventType type = PUGL_NOTHING;
- PuglKey special = 0;
+ PuglKey special = (PuglKey)0;
if ((mods & PUGL_MOD_SHIFT) != (puglview->impl->mods & PUGL_MOD_SHIFT)) {
type = mods & PUGL_MOD_SHIFT ? PUGL_KEY_PRESS : PUGL_KEY_RELEASE;
@@ -753,7 +753,7 @@ puglConstraint(id item, NSLayoutAttribute attribute, float constant)
}
PuglStatus
-puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
+puglRealize(PuglView* view)
{
PuglInternals* impl = view->impl;
@@ -771,7 +771,7 @@ puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
puglConstraint(impl->wrapperView, NSLayoutAttributeHeight, view->minHeight)];
// Create draw view to be rendered to
- int st = 0;
+ PuglStatus st = PUGL_SUCCESS;
if ((st = view->backend->configure(view)) ||
(st = view->backend->create(view))) {
return st;
@@ -788,11 +788,6 @@ puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
[impl->drawView setHidden:NO];
[[impl->drawView window] makeFirstResponder:impl->wrapperView];
} else {
- NSString* titleString = [[NSString alloc]
- initWithBytes:title
- length:strlen(title)
- encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];
-
const NSRect frame = rectToScreen(
NSMakeRect(view->frame.x, view->frame.y,
view->minWidth, view->minHeight));
@@ -804,20 +799,28 @@ puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
style |= NSResizableWindowMask;
}
- id window = [[[PuglWindow alloc]
+ PuglWindow* window = [[[PuglWindow alloc]
initWithContentRect:frame
styleMask:style
backing:NSBackingStoreBuffered
defer:NO
] retain];
[window setPuglview:view];
- [window setTitle:titleString];
+
+ if (view->title) {
+ NSString* titleString = [[NSString alloc]
+ initWithBytes:view->title
+ length:strlen(view->title)
+ encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];
+
+ [window setTitle:titleString];
+ }
+
if (view->minWidth || view->minHeight) {
[window setContentMinSize:NSMakeSize(view->minWidth,
view->minHeight)];
}
impl->window = window;
- puglSetWindowTitle(view, title);
((NSWindow*)window).delegate = [[PuglWindowDelegate alloc]
initWithPuglWindow:window];
@@ -963,8 +966,8 @@ PuglStatus puglSendEvent(PuglView* view, const PuglEvent* event)
windowNumber:window.windowNumber
context:nil
subtype:PUGL_CLIENT
- data1:event->client.data1
- data2:event->client.data2];
+ data1:(NSInteger)event->client.data1
+ data2:(NSInteger)event->client.data2];
[view->world->impl->app postEvent:nsevent atStart:false];
return PUGL_SUCCESS;
@@ -992,8 +995,8 @@ dispatchClientEvent(PuglWorld* world, NSEvent* ev)
if ([wrapper window] == win && NSPointInRect(loc, [wrapper frame])) {
const PuglEventClient event = {PUGL_CLIENT,
0,
- [ev data1],
- [ev data2]};
+ (uintptr_t)[ev data1],
+ (uintptr_t)[ev data2]};
puglDispatchEvent(view, (const PuglEvent*)&event);
}
@@ -1064,15 +1067,15 @@ PuglStatus
puglPostRedisplayRect(PuglView* view, const PuglRect rect)
{
[view->impl->drawView setNeedsDisplayInRect:
- CGRectMake(rect.x, rect.y, rect.width, rect.height)];
+ NSMakeRect(rect.x, rect.y, rect.width, rect.height)];
return PUGL_SUCCESS;
}
-PuglNativeWindow
+PuglNativeView
puglGetNativeWindow(PuglView* view)
{
- return (PuglNativeWindow)view->impl->wrapperView;
+ return (PuglNativeView)view->impl->wrapperView;
}
PuglStatus
@@ -1080,12 +1083,12 @@ puglSetWindowTitle(PuglView* view, const char* title)
{
puglSetString(&view->title, title);
- NSString* titleString = [[NSString alloc]
- initWithBytes:title
- length:strlen(title)
- encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];
-
if (view->impl->window) {
+ NSString* titleString = [[NSString alloc]
+ initWithBytes:title
+ length:strlen(title)
+ encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];
+
[view->impl->window setTitle:titleString];
}
@@ -1182,11 +1185,16 @@ puglSetClipboard(PuglView* const view,
return st;
}
- [pasteboard declareTypes:[NSArray arrayWithObjects:NSStringPboardType, nil]
- owner:nil];
+ NSString* nsString = [NSString stringWithUTF8String:str];
+ if (nsString) {
+ [pasteboard
+ declareTypes:[NSArray arrayWithObjects:NSStringPboardType, nil]
+ owner:nil];
- [pasteboard setString:[NSString stringWithUTF8String:str]
- forType:NSStringPboardType];
+ [pasteboard setString:nsString forType:NSStringPboardType];
- return PUGL_SUCCESS;
+ return PUGL_SUCCESS;
+ }
+
+ return PUGL_UNKNOWN_ERROR;
}
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/detail/mac_gl.m b/pugl/pugl/detail/mac_gl.m
index 54f0fdd..eda4371 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/detail/mac_gl.m
+++ b/pugl/pugl/detail/mac_gl.m
@@ -39,14 +39,14 @@
- (id) initWithFrame:(NSRect)frame
{
- const bool compat = puglview->hints[PUGL_USE_COMPAT_PROFILE];
- const int samples = puglview->hints[PUGL_SAMPLES];
- const int major = puglview->hints[PUGL_CONTEXT_VERSION_MAJOR];
- const int profile = ((compat || major < 3)
- ? NSOpenGLProfileVersionLegacy
- : (major >= 4
- ? NSOpenGLProfileVersion4_1Core
- : NSOpenGLProfileVersion3_2Core));
+ const bool compat = puglview->hints[PUGL_USE_COMPAT_PROFILE];
+ const unsigned samples = (unsigned)puglview->hints[PUGL_SAMPLES];
+ const int major = puglview->hints[PUGL_CONTEXT_VERSION_MAJOR];
+ const unsigned profile = ((compat || major < 3)
+ ? NSOpenGLProfileVersionLegacy
+ : (major >= 4
+ ? NSOpenGLProfileVersion4_1Core
+ : NSOpenGLProfileVersion3_2Core));
NSOpenGLPixelFormatAttribute pixelAttribs[16] = {
NSOpenGLPFADoubleBuffer,
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/detail/types.h b/pugl/pugl/detail/types.h
index e750ca1..eb450e1 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/detail/types.h
+++ b/pugl/pugl/detail/types.h
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ typedef struct PuglWorldInternalsImpl PuglWorldInternals;
typedef struct PuglInternalsImpl PuglInternals;
/** View hints. */
-typedef int PuglHints[PUGL_NUM_WINDOW_HINTS];
+typedef int PuglHints[PUGL_NUM_VIEW_HINTS];
/** Blob of arbitrary data. */
typedef struct {
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ struct PuglViewImpl {
PuglEventFunc eventFunc;
char* title;
PuglBlob clipboard;
- PuglNativeWindow parent;
+ PuglNativeView parent;
uintptr_t transientParent;
PuglHints hints;
PuglRect frame;
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/detail/win.c b/pugl/pugl/detail/win.c
index 4606d60..44ba6cd 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/detail/win.c
+++ b/pugl/pugl/detail/win.c
@@ -160,12 +160,10 @@ puglPollWinEvents(PuglWorld* world, const double timeout)
}
PuglStatus
-puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
+puglRealize(PuglView* view)
{
PuglInternals* impl = view->impl;
- title = title ? title : view->world->className;
-
// Get refresh rate for resize draw timer
DEVMODEA devMode = {0};
EnumDisplaySettingsA(NULL, ENUM_CURRENT_SETTINGS, &devMode);
@@ -187,8 +185,8 @@ puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
return PUGL_CREATE_CONTEXT_FAILED;
}
- if (title) {
- puglSetWindowTitle(view, title);
+ if (view->title) {
+ puglSetWindowTitle(view, view->title);
}
puglSetFrame(view, view->frame);
@@ -908,10 +906,10 @@ puglPostRedisplayRect(PuglView* view, const PuglRect rect)
return PUGL_SUCCESS;
}
-PuglNativeWindow
+PuglNativeView
puglGetNativeWindow(PuglView* view)
{
- return (PuglNativeWindow)view->impl->hwnd;
+ return (PuglNativeView)view->impl->hwnd;
}
PuglStatus
@@ -919,10 +917,12 @@ puglSetWindowTitle(PuglView* view, const char* title)
{
puglSetString(&view->title, title);
- wchar_t* wtitle = puglUtf8ToWideChar(title);
- if (wtitle) {
- SetWindowTextW(view->impl->hwnd, wtitle);
- free(wtitle);
+ if (view->impl->hwnd) {
+ wchar_t* wtitle = puglUtf8ToWideChar(title);
+ if (wtitle) {
+ SetWindowTextW(view->impl->hwnd, wtitle);
+ free(wtitle);
+ }
}
return PUGL_SUCCESS;
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/detail/win.h b/pugl/pugl/detail/win.h
index 283f39e..949fa90 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/detail/win.h
+++ b/pugl/pugl/detail/win.h
@@ -106,11 +106,11 @@ puglWinCreateWindow(const PuglView* const view,
CW_USEDEFAULT, CW_USEDEFAULT,
wr.right-wr.left, wr.bottom-wr.top,
(HWND)view->parent, NULL, NULL, NULL))) {
- return PUGL_CREATE_WINDOW_FAILED;
+ return PUGL_REALIZE_FAILED;
} else if (!(*hdc = GetDC(*hwnd))) {
DestroyWindow(*hwnd);
*hwnd = NULL;
- return PUGL_CREATE_WINDOW_FAILED;
+ return PUGL_REALIZE_FAILED;
}
return PUGL_SUCCESS;
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/detail/x11.c b/pugl/pugl/detail/x11.c
index 6f85215..e3fb264 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/detail/x11.c
+++ b/pugl/pugl/detail/x11.c
@@ -37,6 +37,7 @@
#ifdef HAVE_XSYNC
# include <X11/extensions/sync.h>
+# include <X11/extensions/syncconst.h>
#endif
#include <sys/select.h>
@@ -221,7 +222,7 @@ getSizeHints(const PuglView* view)
}
PuglStatus
-puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
+puglRealize(PuglView* view)
{
PuglInternals* const impl = view->impl;
PuglWorld* const world = view->world;
@@ -268,8 +269,8 @@ puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
XClassHint classHint = { world->className, world->className };
XSetClassHint(display, win, &classHint);
- if (title) {
- puglSetWindowTitle(view, title);
+ if (view->title) {
+ puglSetWindowTitle(view, view->title);
}
if (!view->parent) {
@@ -300,9 +301,18 @@ puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
PuglStatus
puglShowWindow(PuglView* view)
{
+ PuglStatus st = PUGL_SUCCESS;
+
+ if (!view->impl->win) {
+ if ((st = puglRealize(view))) {
+ return st;
+ }
+ }
+
XMapRaised(view->impl->display, view->impl->win);
puglPostRedisplay(view);
- return PUGL_SUCCESS;
+
+ return st;
}
PuglStatus
@@ -999,7 +1009,7 @@ puglUpdate(PuglWorld* world, double timeout)
if (timeout < 0.0) {
st = puglPollX11Socket(world, timeout);
st = st ? st : puglDispatchX11Events(world);
- } else if (timeout == 0.0) {
+ } else if (timeout <= 0.001) {
st = puglDispatchX11Events(world);
} else {
const double endTime = startTime + timeout - 0.001;
@@ -1052,10 +1062,10 @@ puglPostRedisplayRect(PuglView* view, PuglRect rect)
return PUGL_SUCCESS;
}
-PuglNativeWindow
+PuglNativeView
puglGetNativeWindow(PuglView* view)
{
- return (PuglNativeWindow)view->impl->win;
+ return (PuglNativeView)view->impl->win;
}
PuglStatus
@@ -1065,10 +1075,13 @@ puglSetWindowTitle(PuglView* view, const char* title)
const PuglX11Atoms* const atoms = &view->world->impl->atoms;
puglSetString(&view->title, title);
- XStoreName(display, view->impl->win, title);
- XChangeProperty(display, view->impl->win, atoms->NET_WM_NAME,
- atoms->UTF8_STRING, 8, PropModeReplace,
- (const uint8_t*)title, (int)strlen(title));
+
+ if (view->impl->win) {
+ XStoreName(display, view->impl->win, title);
+ XChangeProperty(display, view->impl->win, atoms->NET_WM_NAME,
+ atoms->UTF8_STRING, 8, PropModeReplace,
+ (const uint8_t*)title, (int)strlen(title));
+ }
return PUGL_SUCCESS;
}
@@ -1127,7 +1140,7 @@ puglSetAspectRatio(PuglView* const view,
}
PuglStatus
-puglSetTransientFor(PuglView* view, PuglNativeWindow parent)
+puglSetTransientFor(PuglView* view, PuglNativeView parent)
{
Display* display = view->world->impl->display;
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/glew.h b/pugl/pugl/glew.h
deleted file mode 100644
index f26ff93..0000000
--- a/pugl/pugl/glew.h
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,31 +0,0 @@
-/*
- Copyright 2016 David Robillard <http://drobilla.net>
-
- Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute this software for any
- purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
- copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
-
- THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES
- WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
- MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR
- ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
- WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN
- ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF
- OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
-*/
-
-/**
- @file glew.h Portable header wrapper for glew.h.
-
- Unfortunately, GL includes vary across platforms so this header allows for
- pure portable programs.
-*/
-
-#ifdef __APPLE__
-# include "OpenGL/glew.h"
-#else
-# ifdef _WIN32
-# include <windows.h> /* Broken Windows GL headers require this */
-# endif
-# include "GL/glew.h"
-#endif
diff --git a/pugl/pugl/pugl.h b/pugl/pugl/pugl.h
index f1ddfdb..57e23fa 100644
--- a/pugl/pugl/pugl.h
+++ b/pugl/pugl/pugl.h
@@ -176,14 +176,14 @@ typedef enum {
*/
typedef enum {
PUGL_NOTHING, ///< No event
- PUGL_CREATE, ///< View created, a #PuglEventAny
- PUGL_DESTROY, ///< View destroyed, a #PuglEventAny
+ PUGL_CREATE, ///< View created, a #PuglEventCreate
+ PUGL_DESTROY, ///< View destroyed, a #PuglEventDestroy
PUGL_CONFIGURE, ///< View moved/resized, a #PuglEventConfigure
- PUGL_MAP, ///< View made visible, a #PuglEventAny
- PUGL_UNMAP, ///< View made invisible, a #PuglEventAny
- PUGL_UPDATE, ///< View ready to draw, a #PuglEventAny
+ PUGL_MAP, ///< View made visible, a #PuglEventMap
+ PUGL_UNMAP, ///< View made invisible, a #PuglEventUnmap
+ PUGL_UPDATE, ///< View ready to draw, a #PuglEventUpdate
PUGL_EXPOSE, ///< View must be drawn, a #PuglEventExpose
- PUGL_CLOSE, ///< View will be closed, a #PuglEventAny
+ PUGL_CLOSE, ///< View will be closed, a #PuglEventClose
PUGL_FOCUS_IN, ///< Keyboard focus entered view, a #PuglEventFocus
PUGL_FOCUS_OUT, ///< Keyboard focus left view, a #PuglEventFocus
PUGL_KEY_PRESS, ///< Key pressed, a #PuglEventKey
@@ -236,9 +236,35 @@ typedef struct {
} PuglEventAny;
/**
- Window resize or move event.
+ View create event.
- A configure event is sent whenever the window is resized or moved. When a
+ This event is sent when a view is realized before it is first displayed,
+ with the graphics context entered. This is typically used for setting up
+ the graphics system, for example by loading OpenGL extensions.
+
+ This event type has no extra fields.
+*/
+typedef PuglEventAny PuglEventCreate;
+
+/**
+ View destroy event.
+
+ This event is the counterpart to #PuglEventCreate, and it is sent when the
+ view is being destroyed. This is typically used for tearing down the
+ graphics system, or otherwise freeing any resources allocated when the
+ create event was handled.
+
+ This is the last event sent to any view, and immediately after it is
+ processed, the view is destroyed and may no longer be used.
+
+ This event type has no extra fields.
+*/
+typedef PuglEventAny PuglEventDestroy;
+
+/**
+ View resize or move event.
+
+ A configure event is sent whenever the view is resized or moved. When a
configure event is received, the graphics context is active but not set up
for drawing. For example, it is valid to adjust the OpenGL viewport or
otherwise configure the context, but not to draw anything.
@@ -253,6 +279,36 @@ typedef struct {
} PuglEventConfigure;
/**
+ View show event.
+
+ This event is sent when a view is mapped to the screen and made visible.
+
+ This event type has no extra fields.
+*/
+typedef PuglEventAny PuglEventMap;
+
+/**
+ View hide event.
+
+ This event is sent when a view is unmapped from the screen and made
+ invisible.
+
+ This event type has no extra fields.
+*/
+typedef PuglEventAny PuglEventUnmap;
+
+/**
+ View update event.
+
+ This event is sent to every view near the end of a main loop iteration when
+ any pending exposures are about to be redrawn. It is typically used to mark
+ regions to expose with puglPostRedisplay() or puglPostRedisplayRect(). For
+ example, to continuously animate, a view calls puglPostRedisplay() when an
+ update event is received, and it will then shortly receive an expose event.
+*/
+typedef PuglEventAny PuglEventUpdate;
+
+/**
Expose event for when a region must be redrawn.
When an expose event is received, the graphics context is active, and the
@@ -270,6 +326,16 @@ typedef struct {
} PuglEventExpose;
/**
+ View close event.
+
+ This event is sent when the view is to be closed, for example when the user
+ clicks the close button.
+
+ This event type has no extra fields.
+*/
+typedef PuglEventAny PuglEventClose;
+
+/**
Keyboard focus event.
This event is sent whenever the view gains or loses the keyboard focus. The
@@ -383,7 +449,7 @@ typedef struct {
double yRoot; ///< Root-relative Y coordinate
PuglMods state; ///< Bitwise OR of #PuglMod flags
bool isHint; ///< True iff this event is a motion hint
- bool focus; ///< True iff this is the focused window
+ bool focus; ///< True iff this is the focused view
} PuglEventMotion;
/**
@@ -482,9 +548,10 @@ typedef enum {
PUGL_FAILURE, ///< Non-fatal failure
PUGL_UNKNOWN_ERROR, ///< Unknown system error
PUGL_BAD_BACKEND, ///< Invalid or missing backend
+ PUGL_BAD_PARAMETER, ///< Invalid parameter
PUGL_BACKEND_FAILED, ///< Backend initialisation failed
- PUGL_REGISTRATION_FAILED, ///< Window class registration failed
- PUGL_CREATE_WINDOW_FAILED, ///< Window creation failed
+ PUGL_REGISTRATION_FAILED, ///< Class registration failed
+ PUGL_REALIZE_FAILED, ///< System view realization failed
PUGL_SET_FORMAT_FAILED, ///< Failed to set pixel format
PUGL_CREATE_CONTEXT_FAILED, ///< Failed to create drawing context
PUGL_UNSUPPORTED_TYPE, ///< Unsupported data type
@@ -714,7 +781,7 @@ typedef struct PuglViewImpl PuglView;
typedef struct PuglBackendImpl PuglBackend;
/**
- A native window handle.
+ A native view handle.
X11: This is a `Window`.
@@ -722,7 +789,7 @@ typedef struct PuglBackendImpl PuglBackend;
Windows: This is a `HWND`.
*/
-typedef uintptr_t PuglNativeWindow;
+typedef uintptr_t PuglNativeView;
/**
Handle for a view's opaque user data.
@@ -746,10 +813,10 @@ typedef enum {
PUGL_SAMPLES, ///< Number of samples per pixel (AA)
PUGL_DOUBLE_BUFFER, ///< True if double buffering should be used
PUGL_SWAP_INTERVAL, ///< Number of frames between buffer swaps
- PUGL_RESIZABLE, ///< True if window should be resizable
+ PUGL_RESIZABLE, ///< True if view should be resizable
PUGL_IGNORE_KEY_REPEAT, ///< True if key repeat events are ignored
- PUGL_NUM_WINDOW_HINTS
+ PUGL_NUM_VIEW_HINTS
} PuglViewHint;
/**
@@ -776,7 +843,8 @@ typedef PuglStatus (*PuglEventFunc)(PuglView* view, const PuglEvent* event);
Create a new view.
A newly created view does not correspond to a real system view or window.
- It must first be configured, then be realised by calling puglCreateWindow().
+ It must first be configured, then the system view can be created with
+ puglRealize().
*/
PUGL_API PuglView*
puglNewView(PuglWorld* world);
@@ -815,7 +883,7 @@ puglGetHandle(PuglView* view);
Set the graphics backend to use for a view.
This must be called once to set the graphics backend before calling
- puglCreateWindow().
+ puglRealize().
Pugl includes the following backends:
@@ -837,9 +905,9 @@ PUGL_API PuglStatus
puglSetEventFunc(PuglView* view, PuglEventFunc eventFunc);
/**
- Set a hint to configure window properties.
+ Set a hint to configure view properties.
- This only has an effect when called before puglCreateWindow().
+ This only has an effect when called before puglRealize().
*/
PUGL_API PuglStatus
puglSetViewHint(PuglView* view, PuglViewHint hint, int value);
@@ -872,14 +940,13 @@ puglSetFrame(PuglView* view, PuglRect frame);
Set the minimum size of the view.
If an initial minimum size is known, this should be called before
- puglCreateWindow() to avoid stutter, though it can be called afterwards as
- well.
+ puglRealize() to avoid stutter, though it can be called afterwards as well.
*/
PUGL_API PuglStatus
puglSetMinSize(PuglView* view, int width, int height);
/**
- Set the window aspect ratio range.
+ Set the view aspect ratio range.
The x and y values here represent a ratio of width to height. To set a
fixed aspect ratio, set the minimum and maximum values to the same ratio.
@@ -889,8 +956,7 @@ puglSetMinSize(PuglView* view, int width, int height);
ratio works properly across all platforms.
If an initial aspect ratio is known, this should be called before
- puglCreateWindow() to avoid stutter, though it can be called afterwards as
- well.
+ puglRealize() to avoid stutter, though it can be called afterwards as well.
*/
PUGL_API PuglStatus
puglSetAspectRatio(PuglView* view, int minX, int minY, int maxX, int maxY);
@@ -898,7 +964,7 @@ puglSetAspectRatio(PuglView* view, int minX, int minY, int maxX, int maxY);
/**
@}
@name Windows
- Functions for working with top-level windows.
+ Functions for working with system views and the window hierarchy.
@{
*/
@@ -915,35 +981,43 @@ puglSetWindowTitle(PuglView* view, const char* title);
/**
Set the parent window for embedding a view in an existing window.
- This must be called before puglCreateWindow(), reparenting is not supported.
+ This must be called before puglRealize(), reparenting is not supported.
*/
PUGL_API PuglStatus
-puglSetParentWindow(PuglView* view, PuglNativeWindow parent);
+puglSetParentWindow(PuglView* view, PuglNativeView parent);
/**
Set the transient parent of the window.
Set this for transient children like dialogs, to have them properly
associated with their parent window. This should be called before
- puglCreateWindow().
+ puglRealize().
*/
PUGL_API PuglStatus
-puglSetTransientFor(PuglView* view, PuglNativeWindow parent);
+puglSetTransientFor(PuglView* view, PuglNativeView parent);
/**
Realise a view by creating a corresponding system view or window.
+ After this call, the (initially invisible) underlying system view exists and
+ can be accessed with puglGetNativeWindow(). There is currently no
+ corresponding unrealize function, the system view will be destroyed along
+ with the view when puglFreeView() is called.
+
The view should be fully configured using the above functions before this is
called. This function may only be called once per view.
*/
PUGL_API PuglStatus
-puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title);
+puglRealize(PuglView* view);
/**
- Show the current window.
+ Show the view.
+
+ If the view has not yet been realized, the first call to this function will
+ do so automatically.
- If the window is currently hidden, it will be shown and possibly raised to
- the top depending on the platform.
+ If the view is currently hidden, it will be shown and possibly raised to the
+ top depending on the platform.
*/
PUGL_API PuglStatus
puglShowWindow(PuglView* view);
@@ -958,12 +1032,12 @@ puglHideWindow(PuglView* view);
Return true iff the view is currently visible.
*/
PUGL_API bool
-puglGetVisible(PuglView* view);
+puglGetVisible(const PuglView* view);
/**
Return the native window handle.
*/
-PUGL_API PuglNativeWindow
+PUGL_API PuglNativeView
puglGetNativeWindow(PuglView* view);
/**
@@ -1132,10 +1206,21 @@ puglSendEvent(PuglView* view, const PuglEvent* event);
*/
/**
+ A native window handle.
+
+ X11: This is a `Window`.
+
+ MacOS: This is a pointer to an `NSView*`.
+
+ Windows: This is a `HWND`.
+*/
+typedef uintptr_t PuglNativeWindow;
+
+/**
Create a Pugl application and view.
To create a window, call the various puglInit* functions as necessary, then
- call puglCreateWindow().
+ call puglRealize().
@deprecated Use puglNewApp() and puglNewView().
@@ -1303,6 +1388,21 @@ puglInitBackend(PuglView* view, const PuglBackend* backend)
}
/**
+ Realise a view by creating a corresponding system view or window.
+
+ The view should be fully configured using the above functions before this is
+ called. This function may only be called once per view.
+
+ @deprecated Use puglRealize(), or just show the view.
+*/
+static inline PUGL_DEPRECATED_BY("puglRealize") PuglStatus
+puglCreateWindow(PuglView* view, const char* title)
+{
+ puglSetWindowTitle(view, title);
+ return puglRealize(view);
+}
+
+/**
Block and wait for an event to be ready.
This can be used in a loop to only process events via puglProcessEvents when
diff --git a/pugl/test/test_redisplay.c b/pugl/test/test_redisplay.c
index 6ec5bb8..75006cb 100644
--- a/pugl/test/test_redisplay.c
+++ b/pugl/test/test_redisplay.c
@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
puglSetEventFunc(app.view, onEvent);
// Create and show window
- assert(!puglCreateWindow(app.view, "Pugl Test"));
+ assert(!puglRealize(app.view));
assert(!puglShowWindow(app.view));
while (app.state != EXPOSED) {
assert(!puglUpdate(app.world, timeout));
diff --git a/pugl/test/test_show_hide.c b/pugl/test/test_show_hide.c
index ed5ede7..cc2c972 100644
--- a/pugl/test/test_show_hide.c
+++ b/pugl/test/test_show_hide.c
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
puglSetEventFunc(test.view, onEvent);
// Create initially invisible window
- assert(!puglCreateWindow(test.view, "Pugl Test"));
+ assert(!puglRealize(test.view));
assert(!puglGetVisible(test.view));
while (test.state < CREATED) {
tick(test.world);
diff --git a/pugl/test/test_timer.c b/pugl/test/test_timer.c
index 11666ec..58d0652 100644
--- a/pugl/test/test_timer.c
+++ b/pugl/test/test_timer.c
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
puglSetEventFunc(app.view, onEvent);
// Create and show window
- assert(!puglCreateWindow(app.view, "Pugl Test"));
+ assert(!puglRealize(app.view));
assert(!puglShowWindow(app.view));
while (app.state != EXPOSED) {
assert(!puglUpdate(app.world, timeout));
diff --git a/pugl/test/test_update.c b/pugl/test/test_update.c
index ada3da8..081fb9b 100644
--- a/pugl/test/test_update.c
+++ b/pugl/test/test_update.c
@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ main(int argc, char** argv)
puglSetEventFunc(app.view, onEvent);
// Create and show window
- assert(!puglCreateWindow(app.view, "Pugl Test"));
+ assert(!puglRealize(app.view));
assert(!puglShowWindow(app.view));
// Tick until an expose happens
diff --git a/pugl/test/test_utils.h b/pugl/test/test_utils.h
index 34b66c0..7d33601 100644
--- a/pugl/test/test_utils.h
+++ b/pugl/test/test_utils.h
@@ -25,6 +25,12 @@
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
+#ifdef __GNUC__
+# define PUGL_LOG_FUNC(fmt, arg1) __attribute__((format(printf, fmt, arg1)))
+#else
+# define PUGL_LOG_FUNC(fmt, arg1)
+#endif
+
typedef struct {
int samples;
int doubleBuffer;
@@ -37,7 +43,8 @@ typedef struct {
bool errorChecking;
} PuglTestOptions;
-static inline int
+PUGL_LOG_FUNC(1, 2)
+static int
logError(const char* fmt, ...)
{
fprintf(stderr, "error: ");
@@ -88,7 +95,7 @@ printEvent(const PuglEvent* event, const char* prefix, const bool verbose)
event->text.string);
case PUGL_BUTTON_PRESS:
case PUGL_BUTTON_RELEASE:
- return (PRINT("%sMouse %d %s at " PFMT " ",
+ return (PRINT("%sMouse %u %s at " PFMT " ",
prefix,
event->button.button,
(event->type == PUGL_BUTTON_PRESS) ? "down" : "up ",
@@ -166,7 +173,7 @@ printEvent(const PuglEvent* event, const char* prefix, const bool verbose)
event->motion.x,
event->motion.y);
default:
- fprintf(stderr, "%sUnknown event type %d\n", prefix, event->type);
+ fprintf(stderr, "%sUnknown event type %u\n", prefix, event->type);
break;
}
}
diff --git a/pugl/waf b/pugl/waf
index e22930a..58d14c3 100755
--- a/pugl/waf
+++ b/pugl/waf
@@ -2,15 +2,26 @@
# Minimal waf script for projects that include waflib directly
-from waflib import Context, Scripting
-
+import sys
import inspect
import os
+try:
+ from waflib import Context, Scripting
+except Exception as e:
+ sys.stderr.write('error: Failed to import waf (%s)\n' % e)
+ if os.path.exists('.git'):
+ sys.stderr.write("Are submodules up to date? "
+ "Try 'git submodule update --init --recursive'\n")
+
+ sys.exit(1)
+
+
def main():
script_path = os.path.abspath(inspect.getfile(inspect.getmodule(main)))
- project_path = os.path.dirname(script_path)
+ project_path = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(script_path))
Scripting.waf_entry_point(os.getcwd(), Context.WAFVERSION, project_path)
+
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()
diff --git a/pugl/waflib b/pugl/waflib
new file mode 160000
+Subproject 569d532e011bcad1ac308391e6d00b1b28789c1
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/.gitignore b/pugl/waflib/.gitignore
deleted file mode 100644
index 8d35cb3..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/.gitignore
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
-__pycache__
-*.pyc
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Build.py b/pugl/waflib/Build.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 8143dbc..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Build.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1496 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Classes related to the build phase (build, clean, install, step, etc)
-
-The inheritance tree is the following:
-
-"""
-
-import os, sys, errno, re, shutil, stat
-try:
- import cPickle
-except ImportError:
- import pickle as cPickle
-from waflib import Node, Runner, TaskGen, Utils, ConfigSet, Task, Logs, Options, Context, Errors
-
-CACHE_DIR = 'c4che'
-"""Name of the cache directory"""
-
-CACHE_SUFFIX = '_cache.py'
-"""ConfigSet cache files for variants are written under :py:attr:´waflib.Build.CACHE_DIR´ in the form ´variant_name´_cache.py"""
-
-INSTALL = 1337
-"""Positive value '->' install, see :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.is_install`"""
-
-UNINSTALL = -1337
-"""Negative value '<-' uninstall, see :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.is_install`"""
-
-SAVED_ATTRS = 'root node_sigs task_sigs imp_sigs raw_deps node_deps'.split()
-"""Build class members to save between the runs; these should be all dicts
-except for `root` which represents a :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` instance
-"""
-
-CFG_FILES = 'cfg_files'
-"""Files from the build directory to hash before starting the build (``config.h`` written during the configuration)"""
-
-POST_AT_ONCE = 0
-"""Post mode: all task generators are posted before any task executed"""
-
-POST_LAZY = 1
-"""Post mode: post the task generators group after group, the tasks in the next group are created when the tasks in the previous groups are done"""
-
-PROTOCOL = -1
-if sys.platform == 'cli':
- PROTOCOL = 0
-
-class BuildContext(Context.Context):
- '''executes the build'''
-
- cmd = 'build'
- variant = ''
-
- def __init__(self, **kw):
- super(BuildContext, self).__init__(**kw)
-
- self.is_install = 0
- """Non-zero value when installing or uninstalling file"""
-
- self.top_dir = kw.get('top_dir', Context.top_dir)
- """See :py:attr:`waflib.Context.top_dir`; prefer :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.srcnode`"""
-
- self.out_dir = kw.get('out_dir', Context.out_dir)
- """See :py:attr:`waflib.Context.out_dir`; prefer :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.bldnode`"""
-
- self.run_dir = kw.get('run_dir', Context.run_dir)
- """See :py:attr:`waflib.Context.run_dir`"""
-
- self.launch_dir = Context.launch_dir
- """See :py:attr:`waflib.Context.out_dir`; prefer :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.launch_node`"""
-
- self.post_mode = POST_LAZY
- """Whether to post the task generators at once or group-by-group (default is group-by-group)"""
-
- self.cache_dir = kw.get('cache_dir')
- if not self.cache_dir:
- self.cache_dir = os.path.join(self.out_dir, CACHE_DIR)
-
- self.all_envs = {}
- """Map names to :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`, the empty string must map to the default environment"""
-
- # ======================================= #
- # cache variables
-
- self.node_sigs = {}
- """Dict mapping build nodes to task identifier (uid), it indicates whether a task created a particular file (persists across builds)"""
-
- self.task_sigs = {}
- """Dict mapping task identifiers (uid) to task signatures (persists across builds)"""
-
- self.imp_sigs = {}
- """Dict mapping task identifiers (uid) to implicit task dependencies used for scanning targets (persists across builds)"""
-
- self.node_deps = {}
- """Dict mapping task identifiers (uid) to node dependencies found by :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.scan` (persists across builds)"""
-
- self.raw_deps = {}
- """Dict mapping task identifiers (uid) to custom data returned by :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.scan` (persists across builds)"""
-
- self.task_gen_cache_names = {}
-
- self.jobs = Options.options.jobs
- """Amount of jobs to run in parallel"""
-
- self.targets = Options.options.targets
- """List of targets to build (default: \\*)"""
-
- self.keep = Options.options.keep
- """Whether the build should continue past errors"""
-
- self.progress_bar = Options.options.progress_bar
- """
- Level of progress status:
-
- 0. normal output
- 1. progress bar
- 2. IDE output
- 3. No output at all
- """
-
- # Manual dependencies.
- self.deps_man = Utils.defaultdict(list)
- """Manual dependencies set by :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.add_manual_dependency`"""
-
- # just the structure here
- self.current_group = 0
- """
- Current build group
- """
-
- self.groups = []
- """
- List containing lists of task generators
- """
-
- self.group_names = {}
- """
- Map group names to the group lists. See :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.add_group`
- """
-
- for v in SAVED_ATTRS:
- if not hasattr(self, v):
- setattr(self, v, {})
-
- def get_variant_dir(self):
- """Getter for the variant_dir attribute"""
- if not self.variant:
- return self.out_dir
- return os.path.join(self.out_dir, os.path.normpath(self.variant))
- variant_dir = property(get_variant_dir, None)
-
- def __call__(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Create a task generator and add it to the current build group. The following forms are equivalent::
-
- def build(bld):
- tg = bld(a=1, b=2)
-
- def build(bld):
- tg = bld()
- tg.a = 1
- tg.b = 2
-
- def build(bld):
- tg = TaskGen.task_gen(a=1, b=2)
- bld.add_to_group(tg, None)
-
- :param group: group name to add the task generator to
- :type group: string
- """
- kw['bld'] = self
- ret = TaskGen.task_gen(*k, **kw)
- self.task_gen_cache_names = {} # reset the cache, each time
- self.add_to_group(ret, group=kw.get('group'))
- return ret
-
- def __copy__(self):
- """
- Build contexts cannot be copied
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError`
- """
- raise Errors.WafError('build contexts cannot be copied')
-
- def load_envs(self):
- """
- The configuration command creates files of the form ``build/c4che/NAMEcache.py``. This method
- creates a :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet` instance for each ``NAME`` by reading those
- files and stores them in :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.allenvs`.
- """
- node = self.root.find_node(self.cache_dir)
- if not node:
- raise Errors.WafError('The project was not configured: run "waf configure" first!')
- lst = node.ant_glob('**/*%s' % CACHE_SUFFIX, quiet=True)
-
- if not lst:
- raise Errors.WafError('The cache directory is empty: reconfigure the project')
-
- for x in lst:
- name = x.path_from(node).replace(CACHE_SUFFIX, '').replace('\\', '/')
- env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet(x.abspath())
- self.all_envs[name] = env
- for f in env[CFG_FILES]:
- newnode = self.root.find_resource(f)
- if not newnode or not newnode.exists():
- raise Errors.WafError('Missing configuration file %r, reconfigure the project!' % f)
-
- def init_dirs(self):
- """
- Initialize the project directory and the build directory by creating the nodes
- :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.srcnode` and :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.bldnode`
- corresponding to ``top_dir`` and ``variant_dir`` respectively. The ``bldnode`` directory is
- created if necessary.
- """
- 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!')
-
- self.path = self.srcnode = self.root.find_dir(self.top_dir)
- self.bldnode = self.root.make_node(self.variant_dir)
- self.bldnode.mkdir()
-
- def execute(self):
- """
- Restore data from previous builds and call :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.execute_build`.
- Overrides from :py:func:`waflib.Context.Context.execute`
- """
- self.restore()
- if not self.all_envs:
- self.load_envs()
- self.execute_build()
-
- def execute_build(self):
- """
- Execute the build by:
-
- * reading the scripts (see :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.recurse`)
- * calling :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.pre_build` to call user build functions
- * calling :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.compile` to process the tasks
- * calling :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.post_build` to call user build functions
- """
-
- Logs.info("Waf: Entering directory `%s'", self.variant_dir)
- self.recurse([self.run_dir])
- self.pre_build()
-
- # display the time elapsed in the progress bar
- self.timer = Utils.Timer()
-
- try:
- self.compile()
- finally:
- if self.progress_bar == 1 and sys.stderr.isatty():
- c = self.producer.processed or 1
- m = self.progress_line(c, c, Logs.colors.BLUE, Logs.colors.NORMAL)
- Logs.info(m, extra={'stream': sys.stderr, 'c1': Logs.colors.cursor_off, 'c2' : Logs.colors.cursor_on})
- Logs.info("Waf: Leaving directory `%s'", self.variant_dir)
- try:
- self.producer.bld = None
- del self.producer
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- self.post_build()
-
- def restore(self):
- """
- Load data from a previous run, sets the attributes listed in :py:const:`waflib.Build.SAVED_ATTRS`
- """
- try:
- env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet(os.path.join(self.cache_dir, 'build.config.py'))
- except EnvironmentError:
- pass
- else:
- if env.version < Context.HEXVERSION:
- raise Errors.WafError('Project was configured with a different version of Waf, please reconfigure it')
-
- for t in env.tools:
- self.setup(**t)
-
- dbfn = os.path.join(self.variant_dir, Context.DBFILE)
- try:
- data = Utils.readf(dbfn, 'rb')
- except (EnvironmentError, EOFError):
- # handle missing file/empty file
- Logs.debug('build: Could not load the build cache %s (missing)', dbfn)
- else:
- try:
- Node.pickle_lock.acquire()
- Node.Nod3 = self.node_class
- try:
- data = cPickle.loads(data)
- except Exception as e:
- Logs.debug('build: Could not pickle the build cache %s: %r', dbfn, e)
- else:
- for x in SAVED_ATTRS:
- setattr(self, x, data.get(x, {}))
- finally:
- Node.pickle_lock.release()
-
- self.init_dirs()
-
- def store(self):
- """
- Store data for next runs, set the attributes listed in :py:const:`waflib.Build.SAVED_ATTRS`. Uses a temporary
- file to avoid problems on ctrl+c.
- """
- data = {}
- for x in SAVED_ATTRS:
- data[x] = getattr(self, x)
- db = os.path.join(self.variant_dir, Context.DBFILE)
-
- try:
- Node.pickle_lock.acquire()
- Node.Nod3 = self.node_class
- x = cPickle.dumps(data, PROTOCOL)
- finally:
- Node.pickle_lock.release()
-
- Utils.writef(db + '.tmp', x, m='wb')
-
- try:
- st = os.stat(db)
- os.remove(db)
- if not Utils.is_win32: # win32 has no chown but we're paranoid
- os.chown(db + '.tmp', st.st_uid, st.st_gid)
- except (AttributeError, OSError):
- pass
-
- # do not use shutil.move (copy is not thread-safe)
- os.rename(db + '.tmp', db)
-
- def compile(self):
- """
- Run the build by creating an instance of :py:class:`waflib.Runner.Parallel`
- The cache file is written when at least a task was executed.
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.BuildError` in case the build fails
- """
- Logs.debug('build: compile()')
-
- # delegate the producer-consumer logic to another object to reduce the complexity
- self.producer = Runner.Parallel(self, self.jobs)
- self.producer.biter = self.get_build_iterator()
- try:
- self.producer.start()
- except KeyboardInterrupt:
- if self.is_dirty():
- self.store()
- raise
- else:
- if self.is_dirty():
- self.store()
-
- if self.producer.error:
- raise Errors.BuildError(self.producer.error)
-
- def is_dirty(self):
- return self.producer.dirty
-
- def setup(self, tool, tooldir=None, funs=None):
- """
- Import waf tools defined during the configuration::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.load('glib2')
-
- def build(bld):
- pass # glib2 is imported implicitly
-
- :param tool: tool list
- :type tool: list
- :param tooldir: optional tool directory (sys.path)
- :type tooldir: list of string
- :param funs: unused variable
- """
- if isinstance(tool, list):
- for i in tool:
- self.setup(i, tooldir)
- return
-
- module = Context.load_tool(tool, tooldir)
- if hasattr(module, "setup"):
- module.setup(self)
-
- def get_env(self):
- """Getter for the env property"""
- try:
- return self.all_envs[self.variant]
- except KeyError:
- return self.all_envs['']
- def set_env(self, val):
- """Setter for the env property"""
- self.all_envs[self.variant] = val
-
- env = property(get_env, set_env)
-
- def add_manual_dependency(self, path, value):
- """
- Adds a dependency from a node object to a value::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.add_manual_dependency(
- bld.path.find_resource('wscript'),
- bld.root.find_resource('/etc/fstab'))
-
- :param path: file path
- :type path: string or :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :param value: value to depend
- :type value: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`, byte object, or function returning a byte object
- """
- if not path:
- raise ValueError('Invalid input path %r' % path)
-
- if isinstance(path, Node.Node):
- node = path
- elif os.path.isabs(path):
- node = self.root.find_resource(path)
- else:
- node = self.path.find_resource(path)
- if not node:
- raise ValueError('Could not find the path %r' % path)
-
- if isinstance(value, list):
- self.deps_man[node].extend(value)
- else:
- self.deps_man[node].append(value)
-
- def launch_node(self):
- """Returns the launch directory as a :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` object (cached)"""
- try:
- # private cache
- return self.p_ln
- except AttributeError:
- self.p_ln = self.root.find_dir(self.launch_dir)
- return self.p_ln
-
- def hash_env_vars(self, env, vars_lst):
- """
- Hashes configuration set variables::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.hash_env_vars(bld.env, ['CXX', 'CC'])
-
- This method uses an internal cache.
-
- :param env: Configuration Set
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- :param vars_lst: list of variables
- :type vars_list: list of string
- """
-
- 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
-
- lst = [env[a] for a in vars_lst]
- cache[idx] = ret = Utils.h_list(lst)
- Logs.debug('envhash: %s %r', Utils.to_hex(ret), lst)
- return ret
-
- def get_tgen_by_name(self, name):
- """
- Fetches a task generator by its name or its target attribute;
- the name must be unique in a build::
-
- def build(bld):
- tg = bld(name='foo')
- tg == bld.get_tgen_by_name('foo')
-
- This method use a private internal cache.
-
- :param name: Task generator name
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError` in case there is no task genenerator by that name
- """
- cache = self.task_gen_cache_names
- if not cache:
- # create the index lazily
- for g in self.groups:
- for tg in g:
- try:
- cache[tg.name] = tg
- except AttributeError:
- # raised if not a task generator, which should be uncommon
- pass
- try:
- return cache[name]
- except KeyError:
- raise Errors.WafError('Could not find a task generator for the name %r' % name)
-
- def progress_line(self, idx, total, col1, col2):
- """
- Computes a progress bar line displayed when running ``waf -p``
-
- :returns: progress bar line
- :rtype: string
- """
- if not sys.stderr.isatty():
- return ''
-
- n = len(str(total))
-
- Utils.rot_idx += 1
- ind = Utils.rot_chr[Utils.rot_idx % 4]
-
- pc = (100. * idx)/total
- fs = "[%%%dd/%%d][%%s%%2d%%%%%%s][%s][" % (n, ind)
- left = fs % (idx, total, col1, pc, col2)
- right = '][%s%s%s]' % (col1, self.timer, col2)
-
- cols = Logs.get_term_cols() - len(left) - len(right) + 2*len(col1) + 2*len(col2)
- if cols < 7:
- cols = 7
-
- ratio = ((cols * idx)//total) - 1
-
- bar = ('='*ratio+'>').ljust(cols)
- msg = Logs.indicator % (left, bar, right)
-
- return msg
-
- def declare_chain(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Wraps :py:func:`waflib.TaskGen.declare_chain` for convenience
- """
- return TaskGen.declare_chain(*k, **kw)
-
- def pre_build(self):
- """Executes user-defined methods before the build starts, see :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.add_pre_fun`"""
- for m in getattr(self, 'pre_funs', []):
- m(self)
-
- def post_build(self):
- """Executes user-defined methods after the build is successful, see :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.add_post_fun`"""
- for m in getattr(self, 'post_funs', []):
- m(self)
-
- def add_pre_fun(self, meth):
- """
- Binds a callback method to execute after the scripts are read and before the build starts::
-
- def mycallback(bld):
- print("Hello, world!")
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.add_pre_fun(mycallback)
- """
- try:
- self.pre_funs.append(meth)
- except AttributeError:
- self.pre_funs = [meth]
-
- def add_post_fun(self, meth):
- """
- Binds a callback method to execute immediately after the build is successful::
-
- def call_ldconfig(bld):
- bld.exec_command('/sbin/ldconfig')
-
- def build(bld):
- if bld.cmd == 'install':
- bld.add_pre_fun(call_ldconfig)
- """
- try:
- self.post_funs.append(meth)
- except AttributeError:
- self.post_funs = [meth]
-
- def get_group(self, x):
- """
- Returns the build group named `x`, or the current group if `x` is None
-
- :param x: name or number or None
- :type x: string, int or None
- """
- if not self.groups:
- self.add_group()
- if x is None:
- return self.groups[self.current_group]
- if x in self.group_names:
- return self.group_names[x]
- return self.groups[x]
-
- def add_to_group(self, tgen, group=None):
- """Adds a task or a task generator to the build; there is no attempt to remove it if it was already added."""
- assert(isinstance(tgen, TaskGen.task_gen) or isinstance(tgen, Task.Task))
- tgen.bld = self
- self.get_group(group).append(tgen)
-
- def get_group_name(self, g):
- """
- Returns the name of the input build group
-
- :param g: build group object or build group index
- :type g: integer or list
- :return: name
- :rtype: string
- """
- if not isinstance(g, list):
- g = self.groups[g]
- for x in self.group_names:
- if id(self.group_names[x]) == id(g):
- return x
- return ''
-
- def get_group_idx(self, tg):
- """
- Returns the index of the group containing the task generator given as argument::
-
- def build(bld):
- tg = bld(name='nada')
- 0 == bld.get_group_idx(tg)
-
- :param tg: Task generator object
- :type tg: :py:class:`waflib.TaskGen.task_gen`
- :rtype: int
- """
- se = id(tg)
- for i, tmp in enumerate(self.groups):
- for t in tmp:
- if id(t) == se:
- return i
- return None
-
- def add_group(self, name=None, move=True):
- """
- Adds a new group of tasks/task generators. By default the new group becomes
- the default group for new task generators (make sure to create build groups in order).
-
- :param name: name for this group
- :type name: string
- :param move: set this new group as default group (True by default)
- :type move: bool
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError` if a group by the name given already exists
- """
- if name and name in self.group_names:
- raise Errors.WafError('add_group: name %s already present', name)
- g = []
- self.group_names[name] = g
- self.groups.append(g)
- if move:
- self.current_group = len(self.groups) - 1
-
- def set_group(self, idx):
- """
- Sets the build group at position idx as current so that newly added
- task generators are added to this one by default::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(rule='touch ${TGT}', target='foo.txt')
- bld.add_group() # now the current group is 1
- bld(rule='touch ${TGT}', target='bar.txt')
- bld.set_group(0) # now the current group is 0
- bld(rule='touch ${TGT}', target='truc.txt') # build truc.txt before bar.txt
-
- :param idx: group name or group index
- :type idx: string or int
- """
- if isinstance(idx, str):
- g = self.group_names[idx]
- for i, tmp in enumerate(self.groups):
- if id(g) == id(tmp):
- self.current_group = i
- break
- else:
- self.current_group = idx
-
- def total(self):
- """
- Approximate task count: this value may be inaccurate if task generators
- are posted lazily (see :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.post_mode`).
- The value :py:attr:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.total` is updated during the task execution.
-
- :rtype: int
- """
- total = 0
- for group in self.groups:
- for tg in group:
- try:
- total += len(tg.tasks)
- except AttributeError:
- total += 1
- return total
-
- def get_targets(self):
- """
- This method returns a pair containing the index of the last build group to post,
- and the list of task generator objects corresponding to the target names.
-
- This is used internally by :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.get_build_iterator`
- to perform partial builds::
-
- $ waf --targets=myprogram,myshlib
-
- :return: the minimum build group index, and list of task generators
- :rtype: tuple
- """
- to_post = []
- min_grp = 0
- for name in self.targets.split(','):
- tg = self.get_tgen_by_name(name)
- m = self.get_group_idx(tg)
- if m > min_grp:
- min_grp = m
- to_post = [tg]
- elif m == min_grp:
- to_post.append(tg)
- return (min_grp, to_post)
-
- def get_all_task_gen(self):
- """
- Returns a list of all task generators for troubleshooting purposes.
- """
- lst = []
- for g in self.groups:
- lst.extend(g)
- return lst
-
- def post_group(self):
- """
- Post task generators from the group indexed by self.current_group; used internally
- by :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.get_build_iterator`
- """
- def tgpost(tg):
- try:
- f = tg.post
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- f()
-
- if self.targets == '*':
- for tg in self.groups[self.current_group]:
- tgpost(tg)
- elif self.targets:
- if self.current_group < self._min_grp:
- for tg in self.groups[self.current_group]:
- tgpost(tg)
- else:
- for tg in self._exact_tg:
- tg.post()
- else:
- ln = self.launch_node()
- if ln.is_child_of(self.bldnode):
- Logs.warn('Building from the build directory, forcing --targets=*')
- ln = self.srcnode
- elif not ln.is_child_of(self.srcnode):
- Logs.warn('CWD %s is not under %s, forcing --targets=* (run distclean?)', ln.abspath(), self.srcnode.abspath())
- ln = self.srcnode
-
- def is_post(tg, ln):
- try:
- p = tg.path
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- if p.is_child_of(ln):
- return True
-
- def is_post_group():
- for i, g in enumerate(self.groups):
- if i > self.current_group:
- for tg in g:
- if is_post(tg, ln):
- return True
-
- if self.post_mode == POST_LAZY and ln != self.srcnode:
- # partial folder builds require all targets from a previous build group
- if is_post_group():
- ln = self.srcnode
-
- for tg in self.groups[self.current_group]:
- if is_post(tg, ln):
- tgpost(tg)
-
- def get_tasks_group(self, idx):
- """
- Returns all task instances for the build group at position idx,
- used internally by :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.get_build_iterator`
-
- :rtype: list of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- tasks = []
- for tg in self.groups[idx]:
- try:
- tasks.extend(tg.tasks)
- except AttributeError: # not a task generator
- tasks.append(tg)
- return tasks
-
- def get_build_iterator(self):
- """
- Creates a Python generator object that returns lists of tasks that may be processed in parallel.
-
- :return: tasks which can be executed immediately
- :rtype: generator returning lists of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- if self.targets and self.targets != '*':
- (self._min_grp, self._exact_tg) = self.get_targets()
-
- if self.post_mode != POST_LAZY:
- for self.current_group, _ in enumerate(self.groups):
- self.post_group()
-
- for self.current_group, _ in enumerate(self.groups):
- # first post the task generators for the group
- if self.post_mode != POST_AT_ONCE:
- self.post_group()
-
- # then extract the tasks
- tasks = self.get_tasks_group(self.current_group)
-
- # if the constraints are set properly (ext_in/ext_out, before/after)
- # the call to set_file_constraints may be removed (can be a 15% penalty on no-op rebuilds)
- # (but leave set_file_constraints for the installation step)
- #
- # if the tasks have only files, set_file_constraints is required but set_precedence_constraints is not necessary
- #
- Task.set_file_constraints(tasks)
- Task.set_precedence_constraints(tasks)
-
- self.cur_tasks = tasks
- if tasks:
- yield tasks
-
- while 1:
- # the build stops once there are no tasks to process
- yield []
-
- def install_files(self, dest, files, **kw):
- """
- Creates a task generator to install files on the system::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.install_files('${DATADIR}', self.path.find_resource('wscript'))
-
- :param dest: path representing the destination directory
- :type dest: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` or string (absolute path)
- :param files: input files
- :type files: list of strings or list of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :param env: configuration set to expand *dest*
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- :param relative_trick: preserve the folder hierarchy when installing whole folders
- :type relative_trick: bool
- :param cwd: parent node for searching srcfile, when srcfile is not an instance of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :type cwd: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :param postpone: execute the task immediately to perform the installation (False by default)
- :type postpone: bool
- """
- assert(dest)
- tg = self(features='install_task', install_to=dest, install_from=files, **kw)
- tg.dest = tg.install_to
- tg.type = 'install_files'
- if not kw.get('postpone', True):
- tg.post()
- return tg
-
- def install_as(self, dest, srcfile, **kw):
- """
- Creates a task generator to install a file on the system with a different name::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.install_as('${PREFIX}/bin', 'myapp', chmod=Utils.O755)
-
- :param dest: destination file
- :type dest: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` or string (absolute path)
- :param srcfile: input file
- :type srcfile: string or :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :param cwd: parent node for searching srcfile, when srcfile is not an instance of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :type cwd: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :param env: configuration set for performing substitutions in dest
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- :param postpone: execute the task immediately to perform the installation (False by default)
- :type postpone: bool
- """
- assert(dest)
- tg = self(features='install_task', install_to=dest, install_from=srcfile, **kw)
- tg.dest = tg.install_to
- tg.type = 'install_as'
- if not kw.get('postpone', True):
- tg.post()
- return tg
-
- def symlink_as(self, dest, src, **kw):
- """
- Creates a task generator to install a symlink::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.symlink_as('${PREFIX}/lib/libfoo.so', 'libfoo.so.1.2.3')
-
- :param dest: absolute path of the symlink
- :type dest: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` or string (absolute path)
- :param src: link contents, which is a relative or absolute path which may exist or not
- :type src: string
- :param env: configuration set for performing substitutions in dest
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- :param add: add the task created to a build group - set ``False`` only if the installation task is created after the build has started
- :type add: bool
- :param postpone: execute the task immediately to perform the installation
- :type postpone: bool
- :param relative_trick: make the symlink relative (default: ``False``)
- :type relative_trick: bool
- """
- assert(dest)
- tg = self(features='install_task', install_to=dest, install_from=src, **kw)
- tg.dest = tg.install_to
- tg.type = 'symlink_as'
- tg.link = src
- # TODO if add: self.add_to_group(tsk)
- if not kw.get('postpone', True):
- tg.post()
- return tg
-
-@TaskGen.feature('install_task')
-@TaskGen.before_method('process_rule', 'process_source')
-def process_install_task(self):
- """Creates the installation task for the current task generator; uses :py:func:`waflib.Build.add_install_task` internally."""
- self.add_install_task(**self.__dict__)
-
-@TaskGen.taskgen_method
-def add_install_task(self, **kw):
- """
- Creates the installation task for the current task generator, and executes it immediately if necessary
-
- :returns: An installation task
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Build.inst`
- """
- if not self.bld.is_install:
- return
- if not kw['install_to']:
- return
-
- if kw['type'] == 'symlink_as' and Utils.is_win32:
- if kw.get('win32_install'):
- kw['type'] = 'install_as'
- else:
- # just exit
- return
-
- tsk = self.install_task = self.create_task('inst')
- tsk.chmod = kw.get('chmod', Utils.O644)
- tsk.link = kw.get('link', '') or kw.get('install_from', '')
- tsk.relative_trick = kw.get('relative_trick', False)
- tsk.type = kw['type']
- tsk.install_to = tsk.dest = kw['install_to']
- tsk.install_from = kw['install_from']
- tsk.relative_base = kw.get('cwd') or kw.get('relative_base', self.path)
- tsk.install_user = kw.get('install_user')
- tsk.install_group = kw.get('install_group')
- tsk.init_files()
- if not kw.get('postpone', True):
- tsk.run_now()
- return tsk
-
-@TaskGen.taskgen_method
-def add_install_files(self, **kw):
- """
- Creates an installation task for files
-
- :returns: An installation task
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Build.inst`
- """
- kw['type'] = 'install_files'
- return self.add_install_task(**kw)
-
-@TaskGen.taskgen_method
-def add_install_as(self, **kw):
- """
- Creates an installation task for a single file
-
- :returns: An installation task
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Build.inst`
- """
- kw['type'] = 'install_as'
- return self.add_install_task(**kw)
-
-@TaskGen.taskgen_method
-def add_symlink_as(self, **kw):
- """
- Creates an installation task for a symbolic link
-
- :returns: An installation task
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Build.inst`
- """
- kw['type'] = 'symlink_as'
- return self.add_install_task(**kw)
-
-class inst(Task.Task):
- """Task that installs files or symlinks; it is typically executed by :py:class:`waflib.Build.InstallContext` and :py:class:`waflib.Build.UnInstallContext`"""
- def __str__(self):
- """Returns an empty string to disable the standard task display"""
- return ''
-
- def uid(self):
- """Returns a unique identifier for the task"""
- lst = self.inputs + self.outputs + [self.link, self.generator.path.abspath()]
- return Utils.h_list(lst)
-
- def init_files(self):
- """
- Initializes the task input and output nodes
- """
- if self.type == 'symlink_as':
- inputs = []
- else:
- inputs = self.generator.to_nodes(self.install_from)
- if self.type == 'install_as':
- assert len(inputs) == 1
- self.set_inputs(inputs)
-
- dest = self.get_install_path()
- outputs = []
- if self.type == 'symlink_as':
- if self.relative_trick:
- self.link = os.path.relpath(self.link, os.path.dirname(dest))
- outputs.append(self.generator.bld.root.make_node(dest))
- elif self.type == 'install_as':
- outputs.append(self.generator.bld.root.make_node(dest))
- else:
- for y in inputs:
- if self.relative_trick:
- destfile = os.path.join(dest, y.path_from(self.relative_base))
- else:
- destfile = os.path.join(dest, y.name)
- outputs.append(self.generator.bld.root.make_node(destfile))
- self.set_outputs(outputs)
-
- def runnable_status(self):
- """
- Installation tasks are always executed, so this method returns either :py:const:`waflib.Task.ASK_LATER` or :py:const:`waflib.Task.RUN_ME`.
- """
- ret = super(inst, self).runnable_status()
- if ret == Task.SKIP_ME and self.generator.bld.is_install:
- return Task.RUN_ME
- return ret
-
- def post_run(self):
- """
- Disables any post-run operations
- """
- pass
-
- def get_install_path(self, destdir=True):
- """
- Returns the destination path where files will be installed, pre-pending `destdir`.
-
- Relative paths will be interpreted relative to `PREFIX` if no `destdir` is given.
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- if isinstance(self.install_to, Node.Node):
- dest = self.install_to.abspath()
- else:
- dest = os.path.normpath(Utils.subst_vars(self.install_to, self.env))
- if not os.path.isabs(dest):
- dest = os.path.join(self.env.PREFIX, dest)
- if destdir and Options.options.destdir:
- dest = os.path.join(Options.options.destdir, os.path.splitdrive(dest)[1].lstrip(os.sep))
- return dest
-
- def copy_fun(self, src, tgt):
- """
- Copies a file from src to tgt, preserving permissions and trying to work
- around path limitations on Windows platforms. On Unix-like platforms,
- the owner/group of the target file may be set through install_user/install_group
-
- :param src: absolute path
- :type src: string
- :param tgt: absolute path
- :type tgt: string
- """
- # override this if you want to strip executables
- # kw['tsk'].source is the task that created the files in the build
- if Utils.is_win32 and len(tgt) > 259 and not tgt.startswith('\\\\?\\'):
- tgt = '\\\\?\\' + tgt
- shutil.copy2(src, tgt)
- self.fix_perms(tgt)
-
- def rm_empty_dirs(self, tgt):
- """
- Removes empty folders recursively when uninstalling.
-
- :param tgt: absolute path
- :type tgt: string
- """
- while tgt:
- tgt = os.path.dirname(tgt)
- try:
- os.rmdir(tgt)
- except OSError:
- break
-
- def run(self):
- """
- Performs file or symlink installation
- """
- is_install = self.generator.bld.is_install
- if not is_install: # unnecessary?
- return
-
- for x in self.outputs:
- if is_install == INSTALL:
- x.parent.mkdir()
- if self.type == 'symlink_as':
- fun = is_install == INSTALL and self.do_link or self.do_unlink
- fun(self.link, self.outputs[0].abspath())
- else:
- fun = is_install == INSTALL and self.do_install or self.do_uninstall
- launch_node = self.generator.bld.launch_node()
- for x, y in zip(self.inputs, self.outputs):
- fun(x.abspath(), y.abspath(), x.path_from(launch_node))
-
- def run_now(self):
- """
- Try executing the installation task right now
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.TaskNotReady`
- """
- status = self.runnable_status()
- if status not in (Task.RUN_ME, Task.SKIP_ME):
- raise Errors.TaskNotReady('Could not process %r: status %r' % (self, status))
- self.run()
- self.hasrun = Task.SUCCESS
-
- def do_install(self, src, tgt, lbl, **kw):
- """
- Copies a file from src to tgt with given file permissions. The actual copy is only performed
- if the source and target file sizes or timestamps differ. When the copy occurs,
- the file is always first removed and then copied so as to prevent stale inodes.
-
- :param src: file name as absolute path
- :type src: string
- :param tgt: file destination, as absolute path
- :type tgt: string
- :param lbl: file source description
- :type lbl: string
- :param chmod: installation mode
- :type chmod: int
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError` if the file cannot be written
- """
- if not Options.options.force:
- # check if the file is already there to avoid a copy
- try:
- st1 = os.stat(tgt)
- st2 = os.stat(src)
- except OSError:
- pass
- else:
- # same size and identical timestamps -> make no copy
- if st1.st_mtime + 2 >= st2.st_mtime and st1.st_size == st2.st_size:
- if not self.generator.bld.progress_bar:
- Logs.info('- install %s (from %s)', tgt, lbl)
- return False
-
- if not self.generator.bld.progress_bar:
- Logs.info('+ install %s (from %s)', tgt, lbl)
-
- # Give best attempt at making destination overwritable,
- # like the 'install' utility used by 'make install' does.
- try:
- os.chmod(tgt, Utils.O644 | stat.S_IMODE(os.stat(tgt).st_mode))
- except EnvironmentError:
- pass
-
- # following is for shared libs and stale inodes (-_-)
- try:
- os.remove(tgt)
- except OSError:
- pass
-
- try:
- self.copy_fun(src, tgt)
- except EnvironmentError as e:
- if not os.path.exists(src):
- Logs.error('File %r does not exist', src)
- elif not os.path.isfile(src):
- Logs.error('Input %r is not a file', src)
- raise Errors.WafError('Could not install the file %r' % tgt, e)
-
- def fix_perms(self, tgt):
- """
- Change the ownership of the file/folder/link pointed by the given path
- This looks up for `install_user` or `install_group` attributes
- on the task or on the task generator::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.install_as('${PREFIX}/wscript',
- 'wscript',
- install_user='nobody', install_group='nogroup')
- bld.symlink_as('${PREFIX}/wscript_link',
- Utils.subst_vars('${PREFIX}/wscript', bld.env),
- install_user='nobody', install_group='nogroup')
- """
- if not Utils.is_win32:
- user = getattr(self, 'install_user', None) or getattr(self.generator, 'install_user', None)
- group = getattr(self, 'install_group', None) or getattr(self.generator, 'install_group', None)
- if user or group:
- Utils.lchown(tgt, user or -1, group or -1)
- if not os.path.islink(tgt):
- os.chmod(tgt, self.chmod)
-
- def do_link(self, src, tgt, **kw):
- """
- Creates a symlink from tgt to src.
-
- :param src: file name as absolute path
- :type src: string
- :param tgt: file destination, as absolute path
- :type tgt: string
- """
- if os.path.islink(tgt) and os.readlink(tgt) == src:
- if not self.generator.bld.progress_bar:
- Logs.info('- symlink %s (to %s)', tgt, src)
- else:
- try:
- os.remove(tgt)
- except OSError:
- pass
- if not self.generator.bld.progress_bar:
- Logs.info('+ symlink %s (to %s)', tgt, src)
- os.symlink(src, tgt)
- self.fix_perms(tgt)
-
- def do_uninstall(self, src, tgt, lbl, **kw):
- """
- See :py:meth:`waflib.Build.inst.do_install`
- """
- if not self.generator.bld.progress_bar:
- Logs.info('- remove %s', tgt)
-
- #self.uninstall.append(tgt)
- try:
- os.remove(tgt)
- except OSError as e:
- if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
- if not getattr(self, 'uninstall_error', None):
- self.uninstall_error = True
- Logs.warn('build: some files could not be uninstalled (retry with -vv to list them)')
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- Logs.warn('Could not remove %s (error code %r)', e.filename, e.errno)
- self.rm_empty_dirs(tgt)
-
- def do_unlink(self, src, tgt, **kw):
- """
- See :py:meth:`waflib.Build.inst.do_link`
- """
- try:
- if not self.generator.bld.progress_bar:
- Logs.info('- remove %s', tgt)
- os.remove(tgt)
- except OSError:
- pass
- self.rm_empty_dirs(tgt)
-
-class InstallContext(BuildContext):
- '''installs the targets on the system'''
- cmd = 'install'
-
- def __init__(self, **kw):
- super(InstallContext, self).__init__(**kw)
- self.is_install = INSTALL
-
-class UninstallContext(InstallContext):
- '''removes the targets installed'''
- cmd = 'uninstall'
-
- def __init__(self, **kw):
- super(UninstallContext, self).__init__(**kw)
- self.is_install = UNINSTALL
-
-class CleanContext(BuildContext):
- '''cleans the project'''
- cmd = 'clean'
- def execute(self):
- """
- See :py:func:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.execute`.
- """
- self.restore()
- if not self.all_envs:
- self.load_envs()
-
- self.recurse([self.run_dir])
- try:
- self.clean()
- finally:
- self.store()
-
- def clean(self):
- """
- Remove most files from the build directory, and reset all caches.
-
- Custom lists of files to clean can be declared as `bld.clean_files`.
- For example, exclude `build/program/myprogram` from getting removed::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.clean_files = bld.bldnode.ant_glob('**',
- excl='.lock* config.log c4che/* config.h program/myprogram',
- quiet=True, generator=True)
- """
- Logs.debug('build: clean called')
-
- if hasattr(self, 'clean_files'):
- for n in self.clean_files:
- n.delete()
- elif self.bldnode != self.srcnode:
- # would lead to a disaster if top == out
- lst = []
- for env in self.all_envs.values():
- lst.extend(self.root.find_or_declare(f) for f in env[CFG_FILES])
- excluded_dirs = '.lock* *conf_check_*/** config.log %s/*' % CACHE_DIR
- for n in self.bldnode.ant_glob('**/*', excl=excluded_dirs, quiet=True):
- if n in lst:
- continue
- n.delete()
- self.root.children = {}
-
- for v in SAVED_ATTRS:
- if v == 'root':
- continue
- setattr(self, v, {})
-
-class ListContext(BuildContext):
- '''lists the targets to execute'''
- cmd = 'list'
-
- def execute(self):
- """
- In addition to printing the name of each build target,
- a description column will include text for each task
- generator which has a "description" field set.
-
- See :py:func:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.execute`.
- """
- self.restore()
- if not self.all_envs:
- self.load_envs()
-
- self.recurse([self.run_dir])
- self.pre_build()
-
- # display the time elapsed in the progress bar
- self.timer = Utils.Timer()
-
- for g in self.groups:
- for tg in g:
- try:
- f = tg.post
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- f()
-
- try:
- # force the cache initialization
- self.get_tgen_by_name('')
- except Errors.WafError:
- pass
-
- targets = sorted(self.task_gen_cache_names)
-
- # figure out how much to left-justify, for largest target name
- line_just = max(len(t) for t in targets) if targets else 0
-
- for target in targets:
- tgen = self.task_gen_cache_names[target]
-
- # Support displaying the description for the target
- # if it was set on the tgen
- descript = getattr(tgen, 'description', '')
- if descript:
- target = target.ljust(line_just)
- descript = ': %s' % descript
-
- Logs.pprint('GREEN', target, label=descript)
-
-class StepContext(BuildContext):
- '''executes tasks in a step-by-step fashion, for debugging'''
- cmd = 'step'
-
- def __init__(self, **kw):
- super(StepContext, self).__init__(**kw)
- self.files = Options.options.files
-
- def compile(self):
- """
- Overrides :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.compile` to perform a partial build
- on tasks matching the input/output pattern given (regular expression matching)::
-
- $ waf step --files=foo.c,bar.c,in:truc.c,out:bar.o
- $ waf step --files=in:foo.cpp.1.o # link task only
-
- """
- if not self.files:
- Logs.warn('Add a pattern for the debug build, for example "waf step --files=main.c,app"')
- BuildContext.compile(self)
- return
-
- targets = []
- if self.targets and self.targets != '*':
- targets = self.targets.split(',')
-
- for g in self.groups:
- for tg in g:
- if targets and tg.name not in targets:
- continue
-
- try:
- f = tg.post
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- f()
-
- 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:
- do_exec = False
- for node in tsk.inputs:
- if matcher(node, output=False):
- do_exec = True
- break
- for node in tsk.outputs:
- if matcher(node, output=True):
- do_exec = True
- break
- if do_exec:
- ret = tsk.run()
- Logs.info('%s -> exit %r', tsk, ret)
-
- def get_matcher(self, pat):
- """
- Converts a step pattern into a function
-
- :param: pat: pattern of the form in:truc.c,out:bar.o
- :returns: Python function that uses Node objects as inputs and returns matches
- :rtype: function
- """
- # 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
-
-class EnvContext(BuildContext):
- """Subclass EnvContext to create commands that require configuration data in 'env'"""
- fun = cmd = None
- def execute(self):
- """
- See :py:func:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.execute`.
- """
- self.restore()
- if not self.all_envs:
- self.load_envs()
- self.recurse([self.run_dir])
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/COPYING b/pugl/waflib/COPYING
deleted file mode 100644
index a4147d2..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/COPYING
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,25 +0,0 @@
-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.
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/ConfigSet.py b/pugl/waflib/ConfigSet.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 901fba6..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/ConfigSet.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,361 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-
-ConfigSet: a special dict
-
-The values put in :py:class:`ConfigSet` must be serializable (dicts, lists, strings)
-"""
-
-import copy, re, os
-from waflib import Logs, Utils
-re_imp = re.compile(r'^(#)*?([^#=]*?)\ =\ (.*?)$', re.M)
-
-class ConfigSet(object):
- """
- A copy-on-write dict with human-readable serialized format. The serialization format
- is human-readable (python-like) and performed by using eval() and repr().
- For high performance prefer pickle. Do not store functions as they are not serializable.
-
- The values can be accessed by attributes or by keys::
-
- from waflib.ConfigSet import ConfigSet
- env = ConfigSet()
- env.FOO = 'test'
- env['FOO'] = 'test'
- """
- __slots__ = ('table', 'parent')
- def __init__(self, filename=None):
- self.table = {}
- """
- Internal dict holding the object values
- """
- #self.parent = None
-
- if filename:
- self.load(filename)
-
- def __contains__(self, key):
- """
- Enables the *in* syntax::
-
- if 'foo' in env:
- print(env['foo'])
- """
- if key in self.table:
- return True
- try:
- return self.parent.__contains__(key)
- except AttributeError:
- return False # parent may not exist
-
- def keys(self):
- """Dict interface"""
- keys = set()
- cur = self
- while cur:
- keys.update(cur.table.keys())
- cur = getattr(cur, 'parent', None)
- keys = list(keys)
- keys.sort()
- return keys
-
- def __iter__(self):
- return iter(self.keys())
-
- def __str__(self):
- """Text representation of the ConfigSet (for debugging purposes)"""
- return "\n".join(["%r %r" % (x, self.__getitem__(x)) for x in self.keys()])
-
- def __getitem__(self, key):
- """
- Dictionary interface: get value from key::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.env['foo'] = {}
- print(env['foo'])
- """
- try:
- while 1:
- x = self.table.get(key)
- if not x is None:
- return x
- self = self.parent
- except AttributeError:
- return []
-
- def __setitem__(self, key, value):
- """
- Dictionary interface: set value from key
- """
- self.table[key] = value
-
- def __delitem__(self, key):
- """
- Dictionary interface: mark the value as missing
- """
- self[key] = []
-
- def __getattr__(self, name):
- """
- Attribute access provided for convenience. The following forms are equivalent::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.env.value
- conf.env['value']
- """
- if name in self.__slots__:
- return object.__getattribute__(self, name)
- else:
- return self[name]
-
- def __setattr__(self, name, value):
- """
- Attribute access provided for convenience. The following forms are equivalent::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.env.value = x
- env['value'] = x
- """
- if name in self.__slots__:
- object.__setattr__(self, name, value)
- else:
- self[name] = value
-
- def __delattr__(self, name):
- """
- Attribute access provided for convenience. The following forms are equivalent::
-
- def configure(conf):
- del env.value
- del env['value']
- """
- if name in self.__slots__:
- object.__delattr__(self, name)
- else:
- del self[name]
-
- def derive(self):
- """
- Returns a new ConfigSet deriving from self. The copy returned
- will be a shallow copy::
-
- from waflib.ConfigSet import ConfigSet
- env = ConfigSet()
- env.append_value('CFLAGS', ['-O2'])
- child = env.derive()
- child.CFLAGS.append('test') # warning! this will modify 'env'
- child.CFLAGS = ['-O3'] # new list, ok
- child.append_value('CFLAGS', ['-O3']) # ok
-
- Use :py:func:`ConfigSet.detach` to detach the child from the parent.
- """
- newenv = ConfigSet()
- newenv.parent = self
- return newenv
-
- def detach(self):
- """
- Detaches this instance from its parent (if present)
-
- Modifying the parent :py:class:`ConfigSet` will not change the current object
- Modifying this :py:class:`ConfigSet` will not modify the parent one.
- """
- tbl = self.get_merged_dict()
- try:
- delattr(self, 'parent')
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- keys = tbl.keys()
- for x in keys:
- tbl[x] = copy.deepcopy(tbl[x])
- self.table = tbl
- return self
-
- def get_flat(self, key):
- """
- Returns a value as a string. If the input is a list, the value returned is space-separated.
-
- :param key: key to use
- :type key: string
- """
- s = self[key]
- if isinstance(s, str):
- return s
- return ' '.join(s)
-
- def _get_list_value_for_modification(self, key):
- """
- Returns a list value for further modification.
-
- The list may be modified inplace and there is no need to do this afterwards::
-
- self.table[var] = value
- """
- try:
- value = self.table[key]
- except KeyError:
- try:
- value = self.parent[key]
- except AttributeError:
- value = []
- else:
- if isinstance(value, list):
- # force a copy
- value = value[:]
- else:
- value = [value]
- self.table[key] = value
- else:
- if not isinstance(value, list):
- self.table[key] = value = [value]
- return value
-
- def append_value(self, var, val):
- """
- Appends a value to the specified config key::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.env.append_value('CFLAGS', ['-O2'])
-
- The value must be a list or a tuple
- """
- if isinstance(val, str): # if there were string everywhere we could optimize this
- val = [val]
- current_value = self._get_list_value_for_modification(var)
- current_value.extend(val)
-
- def prepend_value(self, var, val):
- """
- Prepends a value to the specified item::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.env.prepend_value('CFLAGS', ['-O2'])
-
- The value must be a list or a tuple
- """
- if isinstance(val, str):
- val = [val]
- self.table[var] = val + self._get_list_value_for_modification(var)
-
- def append_unique(self, var, val):
- """
- Appends a value to the specified item only if it's not already present::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.env.append_unique('CFLAGS', ['-O2', '-g'])
-
- The value must be a list or a tuple
- """
- if isinstance(val, str):
- val = [val]
- current_value = self._get_list_value_for_modification(var)
-
- for x in val:
- if x not in current_value:
- current_value.append(x)
-
- def get_merged_dict(self):
- """
- Computes the merged dictionary from the fusion of self and all its parent
-
- :rtype: a ConfigSet object
- """
- table_list = []
- env = self
- while 1:
- table_list.insert(0, env.table)
- try:
- env = env.parent
- except AttributeError:
- break
- merged_table = {}
- for table in table_list:
- merged_table.update(table)
- return merged_table
-
- def store(self, filename):
- """
- Serializes the :py:class:`ConfigSet` data to a file. See :py:meth:`ConfigSet.load` for reading such files.
-
- :param filename: file to use
- :type filename: string
- """
- try:
- os.makedirs(os.path.split(filename)[0])
- except OSError:
- pass
-
- buf = []
- merged_table = self.get_merged_dict()
- keys = list(merged_table.keys())
- keys.sort()
-
- try:
- fun = ascii
- except NameError:
- fun = repr
-
- for k in keys:
- if k != 'undo_stack':
- buf.append('%s = %s\n' % (k, fun(merged_table[k])))
- Utils.writef(filename, ''.join(buf))
-
- def load(self, filename):
- """
- Restores contents from a file (current values are not cleared). Files are written using :py:meth:`ConfigSet.store`.
-
- :param filename: file to use
- :type filename: string
- """
- tbl = self.table
- code = Utils.readf(filename, m='r')
- for m in re_imp.finditer(code):
- g = m.group
- tbl[g(2)] = eval(g(3))
- Logs.debug('env: %s', self.table)
-
- def update(self, d):
- """
- Dictionary interface: replace values with the ones from another dict
-
- :param d: object to use the value from
- :type d: dict-like object
- """
- self.table.update(d)
-
- def stash(self):
- """
- Stores the object state to provide transactionality semantics::
-
- env = ConfigSet()
- env.stash()
- try:
- env.append_value('CFLAGS', '-O3')
- call_some_method(env)
- finally:
- env.revert()
-
- The history is kept in a stack, and is lost during the serialization by :py:meth:`ConfigSet.store`
- """
- orig = self.table
- tbl = self.table = self.table.copy()
- for x in tbl.keys():
- tbl[x] = copy.deepcopy(tbl[x])
- self.undo_stack = self.undo_stack + [orig]
-
- def commit(self):
- """
- Commits transactional changes. See :py:meth:`ConfigSet.stash`
- """
- self.undo_stack.pop(-1)
-
- def revert(self):
- """
- Reverts the object to a previous state. See :py:meth:`ConfigSet.stash`
- """
- self.table = self.undo_stack.pop(-1)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Configure.py b/pugl/waflib/Configure.py
deleted file mode 100644
index db09c0e..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Configure.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,639 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Configuration system
-
-A :py:class:`waflib.Configure.ConfigurationContext` instance is created when ``waf configure`` is called, it is used to:
-
-* create data dictionaries (ConfigSet instances)
-* store the list of modules to import
-* hold configuration routines such as ``find_program``, etc
-"""
-
-import os, re, shlex, shutil, sys, time, traceback
-from waflib import ConfigSet, Utils, Options, Logs, Context, Build, Errors
-
-WAF_CONFIG_LOG = 'config.log'
-"""Name of the configuration log file"""
-
-autoconfig = False
-"""Execute the configuration automatically"""
-
-conf_template = '''# project %(app)s configured on %(now)s by
-# waf %(wafver)s (abi %(abi)s, python %(pyver)x on %(systype)s)
-# using %(args)s
-#'''
-
-class ConfigurationContext(Context.Context):
- '''configures the project'''
-
- cmd = 'configure'
-
- error_handlers = []
- """
- Additional functions to handle configuration errors
- """
-
- def __init__(self, **kw):
- super(ConfigurationContext, self).__init__(**kw)
- self.environ = dict(os.environ)
- self.all_envs = {}
-
- self.top_dir = None
- self.out_dir = None
-
- self.tools = [] # tools loaded in the configuration, and that will be loaded when building
-
- self.hash = 0
- self.files = []
-
- self.tool_cache = []
-
- self.setenv('')
-
- def setenv(self, name, env=None):
- """
- Set a new config set for conf.env. If a config set of that name already exists,
- recall it without modification.
-
- The name is the filename prefix to save to ``c4che/NAME_cache.py``, and it
- is also used as *variants* by the build commands.
- Though related to variants, whatever kind of data may be stored in the config set::
-
- def configure(cfg):
- cfg.env.ONE = 1
- cfg.setenv('foo')
- cfg.env.ONE = 2
-
- def build(bld):
- 2 == bld.env_of_name('foo').ONE
-
- :param name: name of the configuration set
- :type name: string
- :param env: ConfigSet to copy, or an empty ConfigSet is created
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- """
- if name not in self.all_envs or env:
- if not env:
- env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
- self.prepare_env(env)
- else:
- env = env.derive()
- self.all_envs[name] = env
- self.variant = name
-
- def get_env(self):
- """Getter for the env property"""
- return self.all_envs[self.variant]
- def set_env(self, val):
- """Setter for the env property"""
- self.all_envs[self.variant] = val
-
- env = property(get_env, set_env)
-
- def init_dirs(self):
- """
- Initialize the project directory and the build directory
- """
-
- top = self.top_dir
- if not top:
- top = Options.options.top
- if not top:
- top = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.TOP, None)
- if not top:
- top = self.path.abspath()
- top = os.path.abspath(top)
-
- self.srcnode = (os.path.isabs(top) and self.root or self.path).find_dir(top)
- assert(self.srcnode)
-
- out = self.out_dir
- if not out:
- out = Options.options.out
- if not out:
- out = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.OUT, None)
- if not out:
- out = Options.lockfile.replace('.lock-waf_%s_' % sys.platform, '').replace('.lock-waf', '')
-
- # someone can be messing with symlinks
- out = os.path.realpath(out)
-
- self.bldnode = (os.path.isabs(out) and self.root or self.path).make_node(out)
- self.bldnode.mkdir()
-
- if not os.path.isdir(self.bldnode.abspath()):
- self.fatal('Could not create the build directory %s' % self.bldnode.abspath())
-
- def execute(self):
- """
- See :py:func:`waflib.Context.Context.execute`
- """
- self.init_dirs()
-
- self.cachedir = self.bldnode.make_node(Build.CACHE_DIR)
- self.cachedir.mkdir()
-
- path = os.path.join(self.bldnode.abspath(), WAF_CONFIG_LOG)
- self.logger = Logs.make_logger(path, 'cfg')
-
- app = getattr(Context.g_module, 'APPNAME', '')
- if app:
- ver = getattr(Context.g_module, 'VERSION', '')
- if ver:
- app = "%s (%s)" % (app, ver)
-
- params = {'now': time.ctime(), 'pyver': sys.hexversion, 'systype': sys.platform, 'args': " ".join(sys.argv), 'wafver': Context.WAFVERSION, 'abi': Context.ABI, 'app': app}
- self.to_log(conf_template % params)
- self.msg('Setting top to', self.srcnode.abspath())
- self.msg('Setting out to', self.bldnode.abspath())
-
- if id(self.srcnode) == id(self.bldnode):
- Logs.warn('Setting top == out')
- elif id(self.path) != id(self.srcnode):
- if self.srcnode.is_child_of(self.path):
- Logs.warn('Are you certain that you do not want to set top="." ?')
-
- super(ConfigurationContext, self).execute()
-
- self.store()
-
- Context.top_dir = self.srcnode.abspath()
- Context.out_dir = self.bldnode.abspath()
-
- # this will write a configure lock so that subsequent builds will
- # consider the current path as the root directory (see prepare_impl).
- # to remove: use 'waf distclean'
- env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
- env.argv = sys.argv
- env.options = Options.options.__dict__
- env.config_cmd = self.cmd
-
- env.run_dir = Context.run_dir
- env.top_dir = Context.top_dir
- env.out_dir = Context.out_dir
-
- # conf.hash & conf.files hold wscript files paths and hash
- # (used only by Configure.autoconfig)
- env.hash = self.hash
- env.files = self.files
- env.environ = dict(self.environ)
- env.launch_dir = Context.launch_dir
-
- if not (self.env.NO_LOCK_IN_RUN or env.environ.get('NO_LOCK_IN_RUN') or getattr(Options.options, 'no_lock_in_run')):
- env.store(os.path.join(Context.run_dir, Options.lockfile))
- if not (self.env.NO_LOCK_IN_TOP or env.environ.get('NO_LOCK_IN_TOP') or getattr(Options.options, 'no_lock_in_top')):
- env.store(os.path.join(Context.top_dir, Options.lockfile))
- if not (self.env.NO_LOCK_IN_OUT or env.environ.get('NO_LOCK_IN_OUT') or getattr(Options.options, 'no_lock_in_out')):
- env.store(os.path.join(Context.out_dir, Options.lockfile))
-
- def prepare_env(self, env):
- """
- Insert *PREFIX*, *BINDIR* and *LIBDIR* values into ``env``
-
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- :param env: a ConfigSet, usually ``conf.env``
- """
- if not env.PREFIX:
- if Options.options.prefix or Utils.is_win32:
- env.PREFIX = Options.options.prefix
- else:
- env.PREFIX = '/'
- if not env.BINDIR:
- if Options.options.bindir:
- env.BINDIR = Options.options.bindir
- else:
- env.BINDIR = Utils.subst_vars('${PREFIX}/bin', env)
- if not env.LIBDIR:
- if Options.options.libdir:
- env.LIBDIR = Options.options.libdir
- else:
- env.LIBDIR = Utils.subst_vars('${PREFIX}/lib%s' % Utils.lib64(), env)
-
- def store(self):
- """Save the config results into the cache file"""
- n = self.cachedir.make_node('build.config.py')
- n.write('version = 0x%x\ntools = %r\n' % (Context.HEXVERSION, self.tools))
-
- if not self.all_envs:
- self.fatal('nothing to store in the configuration context!')
-
- for key in self.all_envs:
- tmpenv = self.all_envs[key]
- tmpenv.store(os.path.join(self.cachedir.abspath(), key + Build.CACHE_SUFFIX))
-
- def load(self, tool_list, tooldir=None, funs=None, with_sys_path=True, cache=False):
- """
- Load Waf tools, which will be imported whenever a build is started.
-
- :param tool_list: waf tools to import
- :type tool_list: list of string
- :param tooldir: paths for the imports
- :type tooldir: list of string
- :param funs: functions to execute from the waf tools
- :type funs: list of string
- :param cache: whether to prevent the tool from running twice
- :type cache: bool
- """
-
- tools = Utils.to_list(tool_list)
- if tooldir:
- tooldir = Utils.to_list(tooldir)
- for tool in tools:
- # avoid loading the same tool more than once with the same functions
- # used by composite projects
-
- if cache:
- mag = (tool, id(self.env), tooldir, funs)
- if mag in self.tool_cache:
- self.to_log('(tool %s is already loaded, skipping)' % tool)
- continue
- self.tool_cache.append(mag)
-
- module = None
- try:
- module = Context.load_tool(tool, tooldir, ctx=self, with_sys_path=with_sys_path)
- except ImportError as e:
- self.fatal('Could not load the Waf tool %r from %r\n%s' % (tool, getattr(e, 'waf_sys_path', sys.path), e))
- except Exception as e:
- self.to_log('imp %r (%r & %r)' % (tool, tooldir, funs))
- self.to_log(traceback.format_exc())
- raise
-
- if funs is not None:
- self.eval_rules(funs)
- else:
- func = getattr(module, 'configure', None)
- if func:
- if type(func) is type(Utils.readf):
- func(self)
- else:
- self.eval_rules(func)
-
- self.tools.append({'tool':tool, 'tooldir':tooldir, 'funs':funs})
-
- def post_recurse(self, node):
- """
- Records the path and a hash of the scripts visited, see :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.post_recurse`
-
- :param node: script
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- super(ConfigurationContext, self).post_recurse(node)
- self.hash = Utils.h_list((self.hash, node.read('rb')))
- self.files.append(node.abspath())
-
- def eval_rules(self, rules):
- """
- Execute configuration tests provided as list of functions to run
-
- :param rules: list of configuration method names
- :type rules: list of string
- """
- self.rules = Utils.to_list(rules)
- for x in self.rules:
- f = getattr(self, x)
- if not f:
- self.fatal('No such configuration function %r' % x)
- f()
-
-def conf(f):
- """
- Decorator: attach new configuration functions to :py:class:`waflib.Build.BuildContext` and
- :py:class:`waflib.Configure.ConfigurationContext`. The methods bound will accept a parameter
- named 'mandatory' to disable the configuration errors::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.find_program('abc', mandatory=False)
-
- :param f: method to bind
- :type f: function
- """
- def fun(*k, **kw):
- mandatory = kw.pop('mandatory', True)
- try:
- return f(*k, **kw)
- except Errors.ConfigurationError:
- if mandatory:
- raise
-
- fun.__name__ = f.__name__
- setattr(ConfigurationContext, f.__name__, fun)
- setattr(Build.BuildContext, f.__name__, fun)
- return f
-
-@conf
-def add_os_flags(self, var, dest=None, dup=False):
- """
- Import operating system environment values into ``conf.env`` dict::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.add_os_flags('CFLAGS')
-
- :param var: variable to use
- :type var: string
- :param dest: destination variable, by default the same as var
- :type dest: string
- :param dup: add the same set of flags again
- :type dup: bool
- """
- try:
- flags = shlex.split(self.environ[var])
- except KeyError:
- return
- if dup or ''.join(flags) not in ''.join(Utils.to_list(self.env[dest or var])):
- self.env.append_value(dest or var, flags)
-
-@conf
-def cmd_to_list(self, cmd):
- """
- Detect if a command is written in pseudo shell like ``ccache g++`` and return a list.
-
- :param cmd: command
- :type cmd: a string or a list of string
- """
- if isinstance(cmd, str):
- if os.path.isfile(cmd):
- # do not take any risk
- return [cmd]
- if os.sep == '/':
- return shlex.split(cmd)
- else:
- try:
- return shlex.split(cmd, posix=False)
- except TypeError:
- # Python 2.5 on windows?
- return shlex.split(cmd)
- return cmd
-
-@conf
-def check_waf_version(self, mini='1.9.99', maxi='2.1.0', **kw):
- """
- Raise a Configuration error if the Waf version does not strictly match the given bounds::
-
- conf.check_waf_version(mini='1.9.99', maxi='2.1.0')
-
- :type mini: number, tuple or string
- :param mini: Minimum required version
- :type maxi: number, tuple or string
- :param maxi: Maximum allowed version
- """
- self.start_msg('Checking for waf version in %s-%s' % (str(mini), str(maxi)), **kw)
- ver = Context.HEXVERSION
- if Utils.num2ver(mini) > ver:
- self.fatal('waf version should be at least %r (%r found)' % (Utils.num2ver(mini), ver))
- if Utils.num2ver(maxi) < ver:
- self.fatal('waf version should be at most %r (%r found)' % (Utils.num2ver(maxi), ver))
- self.end_msg('ok', **kw)
-
-@conf
-def find_file(self, filename, path_list=[]):
- """
- Find a file in a list of paths
-
- :param filename: name of the file to search for
- :param path_list: list of directories to search
- :return: the first matching filename; else a configuration exception is raised
- """
- for n in Utils.to_list(filename):
- for d in Utils.to_list(path_list):
- p = os.path.expanduser(os.path.join(d, n))
- if os.path.exists(p):
- return p
- self.fatal('Could not find %r' % filename)
-
-@conf
-def find_program(self, filename, **kw):
- """
- Search for a program on the operating system
-
- When var is used, you may set os.environ[var] to help find a specific program version, for example::
-
- $ CC='ccache gcc' waf configure
-
- :param path_list: paths to use for searching
- :type param_list: list of string
- :param var: store the result to conf.env[var] where var defaults to filename.upper() if not provided; the result is stored as a list of strings
- :type var: string
- :param value: obtain the program from the value passed exclusively
- :type value: list or string (list is preferred)
- :param exts: list of extensions for the binary (do not add an extension for portability)
- :type exts: list of string
- :param msg: name to display in the log, by default filename is used
- :type msg: string
- :param interpreter: interpreter for the program
- :type interpreter: ConfigSet variable key
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError`
- """
-
- exts = kw.get('exts', Utils.is_win32 and '.exe,.com,.bat,.cmd' or ',.sh,.pl,.py')
-
- environ = kw.get('environ', getattr(self, 'environ', os.environ))
-
- ret = ''
-
- filename = Utils.to_list(filename)
- msg = kw.get('msg', ', '.join(filename))
-
- var = kw.get('var', '')
- if not var:
- var = re.sub(r'[-.]', '_', filename[0].upper())
-
- path_list = kw.get('path_list', '')
- if path_list:
- path_list = Utils.to_list(path_list)
- else:
- path_list = environ.get('PATH', '').split(os.pathsep)
-
- if kw.get('value'):
- # user-provided in command-line options and passed to find_program
- ret = self.cmd_to_list(kw['value'])
- elif environ.get(var):
- # user-provided in the os environment
- ret = self.cmd_to_list(environ[var])
- elif self.env[var]:
- # a default option in the wscript file
- ret = self.cmd_to_list(self.env[var])
- else:
- if not ret:
- ret = self.find_binary(filename, exts.split(','), path_list)
- if not ret and Utils.winreg:
- ret = Utils.get_registry_app_path(Utils.winreg.HKEY_CURRENT_USER, filename)
- if not ret and Utils.winreg:
- ret = Utils.get_registry_app_path(Utils.winreg.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, filename)
- ret = self.cmd_to_list(ret)
-
- if ret:
- if len(ret) == 1:
- retmsg = ret[0]
- else:
- retmsg = ret
- else:
- retmsg = False
-
- self.msg('Checking for program %r' % msg, retmsg, **kw)
- if not kw.get('quiet'):
- self.to_log('find program=%r paths=%r var=%r -> %r' % (filename, path_list, var, ret))
-
- if not ret:
- self.fatal(kw.get('errmsg', '') or 'Could not find the program %r' % filename)
-
- interpreter = kw.get('interpreter')
- if interpreter is None:
- if not Utils.check_exe(ret[0], env=environ):
- self.fatal('Program %r is not executable' % ret)
- self.env[var] = ret
- else:
- self.env[var] = self.env[interpreter] + ret
-
- return ret
-
-@conf
-def find_binary(self, filenames, exts, paths):
- for f in filenames:
- for ext in exts:
- exe_name = f + ext
- if os.path.isabs(exe_name):
- if os.path.isfile(exe_name):
- return exe_name
- else:
- for path in paths:
- x = os.path.expanduser(os.path.join(path, exe_name))
- if os.path.isfile(x):
- return x
- return None
-
-@conf
-def run_build(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Create a temporary build context to execute a build. A reference to that build
- context is kept on self.test_bld for debugging purposes, and you should not rely
- on it too much (read the note on the cache below).
- The parameters given in the arguments to this function are passed as arguments for
- a single task generator created in the build. Only three parameters are obligatory:
-
- :param features: features to pass to a task generator created in the build
- :type features: list of string
- :param compile_filename: file to create for the compilation (default: *test.c*)
- :type compile_filename: string
- :param code: code to write in the filename to compile
- :type code: string
-
- Though this function returns *0* by default, the build may set an attribute named *retval* on the
- build context object to return a particular value. See :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.test_exec_fun` for example.
-
- This function also provides a limited cache. To use it, provide the following option::
-
- def options(opt):
- opt.add_option('--confcache', dest='confcache', default=0,
- action='count', help='Use a configuration cache')
-
- And execute the configuration with the following command-line::
-
- $ waf configure --confcache
-
- """
- lst = [str(v) for (p, v) in kw.items() if p != 'env']
- h = Utils.h_list(lst)
- dir = self.bldnode.abspath() + os.sep + (not Utils.is_win32 and '.' or '') + 'conf_check_' + Utils.to_hex(h)
-
- try:
- os.makedirs(dir)
- except OSError:
- pass
-
- try:
- os.stat(dir)
- except OSError:
- self.fatal('cannot use the configuration test folder %r' % dir)
-
- cachemode = getattr(Options.options, 'confcache', None)
- if cachemode == 1:
- try:
- proj = ConfigSet.ConfigSet(os.path.join(dir, 'cache_run_build'))
- except EnvironmentError:
- pass
- else:
- ret = proj['cache_run_build']
- if isinstance(ret, str) and ret.startswith('Test does not build'):
- self.fatal(ret)
- return ret
-
- bdir = os.path.join(dir, 'testbuild')
-
- if not os.path.exists(bdir):
- os.makedirs(bdir)
-
- cls_name = kw.get('run_build_cls') or getattr(self, 'run_build_cls', 'build')
- self.test_bld = bld = Context.create_context(cls_name, top_dir=dir, out_dir=bdir)
- bld.init_dirs()
- bld.progress_bar = 0
- bld.targets = '*'
-
- bld.logger = self.logger
- bld.all_envs.update(self.all_envs) # not really necessary
- bld.env = kw['env']
-
- bld.kw = kw
- bld.conf = self
- kw['build_fun'](bld)
- ret = -1
- try:
- try:
- bld.compile()
- except Errors.WafError:
- ret = 'Test does not build: %s' % traceback.format_exc()
- self.fatal(ret)
- else:
- ret = getattr(bld, 'retval', 0)
- finally:
- if cachemode == 1:
- # cache the results each time
- proj = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
- proj['cache_run_build'] = ret
- proj.store(os.path.join(dir, 'cache_run_build'))
- else:
- shutil.rmtree(dir)
- return ret
-
-@conf
-def ret_msg(self, msg, args):
- if isinstance(msg, str):
- return msg
- return msg(args)
-
-@conf
-def test(self, *k, **kw):
-
- if not 'env' in kw:
- kw['env'] = self.env.derive()
-
- # validate_c for example
- if kw.get('validate'):
- kw['validate'](kw)
-
- self.start_msg(kw['msg'], **kw)
- ret = None
- try:
- ret = self.run_build(*k, **kw)
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- self.end_msg(kw['errmsg'], 'YELLOW', **kw)
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- raise
- else:
- self.fatal('The configuration failed')
- else:
- kw['success'] = ret
-
- if kw.get('post_check'):
- ret = kw['post_check'](kw)
-
- if ret:
- self.end_msg(kw['errmsg'], 'YELLOW', **kw)
- self.fatal('The configuration failed %r' % ret)
- else:
- self.end_msg(self.ret_msg(kw['okmsg'], kw), **kw)
- return ret
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Context.py b/pugl/waflib/Context.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 876ea46..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Context.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,737 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2010-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Classes and functions enabling the command system
-"""
-
-import os, re, imp, sys
-from waflib import Utils, Errors, Logs
-import waflib.Node
-
-# the following 3 constants are updated on each new release (do not touch)
-HEXVERSION=0x2000f00
-"""Constant updated on new releases"""
-
-WAFVERSION="2.0.15"
-"""Constant updated on new releases"""
-
-WAFREVISION="503db290b73ef738a495e0d116d6f8ee0b98dcc2"
-"""Git revision when the waf version is updated"""
-
-ABI = 20
-"""Version of the build data cache file format (used in :py:const:`waflib.Context.DBFILE`)"""
-
-DBFILE = '.wafpickle-%s-%d-%d' % (sys.platform, sys.hexversion, ABI)
-"""Name of the pickle file for storing the build data"""
-
-APPNAME = 'APPNAME'
-"""Default application name (used by ``waf dist``)"""
-
-VERSION = 'VERSION'
-"""Default application version (used by ``waf dist``)"""
-
-TOP = 'top'
-"""The variable name for the top-level directory in wscript files"""
-
-OUT = 'out'
-"""The variable name for the output directory in wscript files"""
-
-WSCRIPT_FILE = 'wscript'
-"""Name of the waf script files"""
-
-launch_dir = ''
-"""Directory from which waf has been called"""
-run_dir = ''
-"""Location of the wscript file to use as the entry point"""
-top_dir = ''
-"""Location of the project directory (top), if the project was configured"""
-out_dir = ''
-"""Location of the build directory (out), if the project was configured"""
-waf_dir = ''
-"""Directory containing the waf modules"""
-
-default_encoding = Utils.console_encoding()
-"""Encoding to use when reading outputs from other processes"""
-
-g_module = None
-"""
-Module representing the top-level wscript file (see :py:const:`waflib.Context.run_dir`)
-"""
-
-STDOUT = 1
-STDERR = -1
-BOTH = 0
-
-classes = []
-"""
-List of :py:class:`waflib.Context.Context` subclasses that can be used as waf commands. The classes
-are added automatically by a metaclass.
-"""
-
-def create_context(cmd_name, *k, **kw):
- """
- Returns a new :py:class:`waflib.Context.Context` instance corresponding to the given command.
- Used in particular by :py:func:`waflib.Scripting.run_command`
-
- :param cmd_name: command name
- :type cmd_name: string
- :param k: arguments to give to the context class initializer
- :type k: list
- :param k: keyword arguments to give to the context class initializer
- :type k: dict
- :return: Context object
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Context.Context`
- """
- for x in classes:
- if x.cmd == cmd_name:
- return x(*k, **kw)
- ctx = Context(*k, **kw)
- ctx.fun = cmd_name
- return ctx
-
-class store_context(type):
- """
- Metaclass that registers command classes into the list :py:const:`waflib.Context.classes`
- Context classes must provide an attribute 'cmd' representing the command name, and a function
- attribute 'fun' representing the function name that the command uses.
- """
- def __init__(cls, name, bases, dct):
- super(store_context, cls).__init__(name, bases, dct)
- name = cls.__name__
-
- if name in ('ctx', 'Context'):
- return
-
- try:
- cls.cmd
- except AttributeError:
- raise Errors.WafError('Missing command for the context class %r (cmd)' % name)
-
- if not getattr(cls, 'fun', None):
- cls.fun = cls.cmd
-
- classes.insert(0, cls)
-
-ctx = store_context('ctx', (object,), {})
-"""Base class for all :py:class:`waflib.Context.Context` classes"""
-
-class Context(ctx):
- """
- Default context for waf commands, and base class for new command contexts.
-
- Context objects are passed to top-level functions::
-
- def foo(ctx):
- print(ctx.__class__.__name__) # waflib.Context.Context
-
- Subclasses must define the class attributes 'cmd' and 'fun':
-
- :param cmd: command to execute as in ``waf cmd``
- :type cmd: string
- :param fun: function name to execute when the command is called
- :type fun: string
-
- .. inheritance-diagram:: waflib.Context.Context waflib.Build.BuildContext waflib.Build.InstallContext waflib.Build.UninstallContext waflib.Build.StepContext waflib.Build.ListContext waflib.Configure.ConfigurationContext waflib.Scripting.Dist waflib.Scripting.DistCheck waflib.Build.CleanContext
-
- """
-
- errors = Errors
- """
- Shortcut to :py:mod:`waflib.Errors` provided for convenience
- """
-
- tools = {}
- """
- A module cache for wscript files; see :py:meth:`Context.Context.load`
- """
-
- def __init__(self, **kw):
- try:
- rd = kw['run_dir']
- except KeyError:
- rd = run_dir
-
- # binds the context to the nodes in use to avoid a context singleton
- self.node_class = type('Nod3', (waflib.Node.Node,), {})
- self.node_class.__module__ = 'waflib.Node'
- self.node_class.ctx = self
-
- self.root = self.node_class('', None)
- self.cur_script = None
- self.path = self.root.find_dir(rd)
-
- self.stack_path = []
- self.exec_dict = {'ctx':self, 'conf':self, 'bld':self, 'opt':self}
- self.logger = None
-
- def finalize(self):
- """
- Called to free resources such as logger files
- """
- try:
- logger = self.logger
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- Logs.free_logger(logger)
- delattr(self, 'logger')
-
- def load(self, tool_list, *k, **kw):
- """
- Loads a Waf tool as a module, and try calling the function named :py:const:`waflib.Context.Context.fun`
- from it. A ``tooldir`` argument may be provided as a list of module paths.
-
- :param tool_list: list of Waf tool names to load
- :type tool_list: list of string or space-separated string
- """
- tools = Utils.to_list(tool_list)
- path = Utils.to_list(kw.get('tooldir', ''))
- with_sys_path = kw.get('with_sys_path', True)
-
- for t in tools:
- module = load_tool(t, path, with_sys_path=with_sys_path)
- fun = getattr(module, kw.get('name', self.fun), None)
- if fun:
- fun(self)
-
- def execute(self):
- """
- Here, it calls the function name in the top-level wscript file. Most subclasses
- redefine this method to provide additional functionality.
- """
- self.recurse([os.path.dirname(g_module.root_path)])
-
- def pre_recurse(self, node):
- """
- Method executed immediately before a folder is read by :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.recurse`.
- The current script is bound as a Node object on ``self.cur_script``, and the current path
- is bound to ``self.path``
-
- :param node: script
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- self.stack_path.append(self.cur_script)
-
- self.cur_script = node
- self.path = node.parent
-
- def post_recurse(self, node):
- """
- Restores ``self.cur_script`` and ``self.path`` right after :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.recurse` terminates.
-
- :param node: script
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- self.cur_script = self.stack_path.pop()
- if self.cur_script:
- self.path = self.cur_script.parent
-
- def recurse(self, dirs, name=None, mandatory=True, once=True, encoding=None):
- """
- Runs user-provided functions from the supplied list of directories.
- The directories can be either absolute, or relative to the directory
- of the wscript file
-
- The methods :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.pre_recurse` and
- :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.post_recurse` are called immediately before
- and after a script has been executed.
-
- :param dirs: List of directories to visit
- :type dirs: list of string or space-separated string
- :param name: Name of function to invoke from the wscript
- :type name: string
- :param mandatory: whether sub wscript files are required to exist
- :type mandatory: bool
- :param once: read the script file once for a particular context
- :type once: bool
- """
- try:
- cache = self.recurse_cache
- except AttributeError:
- cache = self.recurse_cache = {}
-
- for d in Utils.to_list(dirs):
-
- if not os.path.isabs(d):
- # absolute paths only
- d = os.path.join(self.path.abspath(), d)
-
- WSCRIPT = os.path.join(d, WSCRIPT_FILE)
- WSCRIPT_FUN = WSCRIPT + '_' + (name or self.fun)
-
- node = self.root.find_node(WSCRIPT_FUN)
- if node and (not once or node not in cache):
- cache[node] = True
- self.pre_recurse(node)
- try:
- function_code = node.read('r', encoding)
- exec(compile(function_code, node.abspath(), 'exec'), self.exec_dict)
- finally:
- self.post_recurse(node)
- elif not node:
- node = self.root.find_node(WSCRIPT)
- tup = (node, name or self.fun)
- if node and (not once or tup not in cache):
- cache[tup] = True
- self.pre_recurse(node)
- try:
- wscript_module = load_module(node.abspath(), encoding=encoding)
- user_function = getattr(wscript_module, (name or self.fun), None)
- if not user_function:
- if not mandatory:
- continue
- raise Errors.WafError('No function %r defined in %s' % (name or self.fun, node.abspath()))
- user_function(self)
- finally:
- self.post_recurse(node)
- elif not node:
- if not mandatory:
- continue
- try:
- os.listdir(d)
- except OSError:
- raise Errors.WafError('Cannot read the folder %r' % d)
- raise Errors.WafError('No wscript file in directory %s' % d)
-
- def log_command(self, cmd, kw):
- if Logs.verbose:
- fmt = os.environ.get('WAF_CMD_FORMAT')
- if fmt == 'string':
- if not isinstance(cmd, str):
- cmd = Utils.shell_escape(cmd)
- Logs.debug('runner: %r', cmd)
- Logs.debug('runner_env: kw=%s', kw)
-
- def exec_command(self, cmd, **kw):
- """
- Runs an external process and returns the exit status::
-
- def run(tsk):
- ret = tsk.generator.bld.exec_command('touch foo.txt')
- return ret
-
- If the context has the attribute 'log', then captures and logs the process stderr/stdout.
- Unlike :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.cmd_and_log`, this method does not return the
- stdout/stderr values captured.
-
- :param cmd: command argument for subprocess.Popen
- :type cmd: string or list
- :param kw: keyword arguments for subprocess.Popen. The parameters input/timeout will be passed to wait/communicate.
- :type kw: dict
- :returns: process exit status
- :rtype: integer
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError` if an invalid executable is specified for a non-shell process
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError` in case of execution failure
- """
- subprocess = Utils.subprocess
- kw['shell'] = isinstance(cmd, str)
- self.log_command(cmd, kw)
-
- if self.logger:
- self.logger.info(cmd)
-
- if 'stdout' not in kw:
- kw['stdout'] = subprocess.PIPE
- if 'stderr' not in kw:
- kw['stderr'] = subprocess.PIPE
-
- if Logs.verbose and not kw['shell'] and not Utils.check_exe(cmd[0]):
- raise Errors.WafError('Program %s not found!' % cmd[0])
-
- cargs = {}
- if 'timeout' in kw:
- if sys.hexversion >= 0x3030000:
- cargs['timeout'] = kw['timeout']
- if not 'start_new_session' in kw:
- kw['start_new_session'] = True
- del kw['timeout']
- if 'input' in kw:
- if kw['input']:
- cargs['input'] = kw['input']
- kw['stdin'] = subprocess.PIPE
- del kw['input']
-
- if 'cwd' in kw:
- if not isinstance(kw['cwd'], str):
- kw['cwd'] = kw['cwd'].abspath()
-
- encoding = kw.pop('decode_as', default_encoding)
-
- try:
- ret, out, err = Utils.run_process(cmd, kw, cargs)
- except Exception as e:
- raise Errors.WafError('Execution failure: %s' % str(e), ex=e)
-
- if out:
- if not isinstance(out, str):
- out = out.decode(encoding, errors='replace')
- if self.logger:
- self.logger.debug('out: %s', out)
- else:
- Logs.info(out, extra={'stream':sys.stdout, 'c1': ''})
- if err:
- if not isinstance(err, str):
- err = err.decode(encoding, errors='replace')
- if self.logger:
- self.logger.error('err: %s' % err)
- else:
- Logs.info(err, extra={'stream':sys.stderr, 'c1': ''})
-
- return ret
-
- def cmd_and_log(self, cmd, **kw):
- """
- Executes a process and returns stdout/stderr if the execution is successful.
- An exception is thrown when the exit status is non-0. In that case, both stderr and stdout
- will be bound to the WafError object (configuration tests)::
-
- def configure(conf):
- out = conf.cmd_and_log(['echo', 'hello'], output=waflib.Context.STDOUT, quiet=waflib.Context.BOTH)
- (out, err) = conf.cmd_and_log(['echo', 'hello'], output=waflib.Context.BOTH)
- (out, err) = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd, input='\\n'.encode(), output=waflib.Context.STDOUT)
- try:
- conf.cmd_and_log(['which', 'someapp'], output=waflib.Context.BOTH)
- except Errors.WafError as e:
- print(e.stdout, e.stderr)
-
- :param cmd: args for subprocess.Popen
- :type cmd: list or string
- :param kw: keyword arguments for subprocess.Popen. The parameters input/timeout will be passed to wait/communicate.
- :type kw: dict
- :returns: a tuple containing the contents of stdout and stderr
- :rtype: string
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError` if an invalid executable is specified for a non-shell process
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError` in case of execution failure; stdout/stderr/returncode are bound to the exception object
- """
- subprocess = Utils.subprocess
- kw['shell'] = isinstance(cmd, str)
- self.log_command(cmd, kw)
-
- quiet = kw.pop('quiet', None)
- to_ret = kw.pop('output', STDOUT)
-
- if Logs.verbose and not kw['shell'] and not Utils.check_exe(cmd[0]):
- raise Errors.WafError('Program %r not found!' % cmd[0])
-
- kw['stdout'] = kw['stderr'] = subprocess.PIPE
- if quiet is None:
- self.to_log(cmd)
-
- cargs = {}
- if 'timeout' in kw:
- if sys.hexversion >= 0x3030000:
- cargs['timeout'] = kw['timeout']
- if not 'start_new_session' in kw:
- kw['start_new_session'] = True
- del kw['timeout']
- if 'input' in kw:
- if kw['input']:
- cargs['input'] = kw['input']
- kw['stdin'] = subprocess.PIPE
- del kw['input']
-
- if 'cwd' in kw:
- if not isinstance(kw['cwd'], str):
- kw['cwd'] = kw['cwd'].abspath()
-
- encoding = kw.pop('decode_as', default_encoding)
-
- try:
- ret, out, err = Utils.run_process(cmd, kw, cargs)
- except Exception as e:
- raise Errors.WafError('Execution failure: %s' % str(e), ex=e)
-
- if not isinstance(out, str):
- out = out.decode(encoding, errors='replace')
- if not isinstance(err, str):
- err = err.decode(encoding, errors='replace')
-
- if out and quiet != STDOUT and quiet != BOTH:
- self.to_log('out: %s' % out)
- if err and quiet != STDERR and quiet != BOTH:
- self.to_log('err: %s' % err)
-
- if ret:
- e = Errors.WafError('Command %r returned %r' % (cmd, ret))
- e.returncode = ret
- e.stderr = err
- e.stdout = out
- raise e
-
- if to_ret == BOTH:
- return (out, err)
- elif to_ret == STDERR:
- return err
- return out
-
- def fatal(self, msg, ex=None):
- """
- Prints an error message in red and stops command execution; this is
- usually used in the configuration section::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.fatal('a requirement is missing')
-
- :param msg: message to display
- :type msg: string
- :param ex: optional exception object
- :type ex: exception
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError`
- """
- if self.logger:
- self.logger.info('from %s: %s' % (self.path.abspath(), msg))
- try:
- logfile = self.logger.handlers[0].baseFilename
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- if os.environ.get('WAF_PRINT_FAILURE_LOG'):
- # see #1930
- msg = 'Log from (%s):\n%s\n' % (logfile, Utils.readf(logfile))
- else:
- msg = '%s\n(complete log in %s)' % (msg, logfile)
- raise self.errors.ConfigurationError(msg, ex=ex)
-
- def to_log(self, msg):
- """
- Logs information to the logger (if present), or to stderr.
- Empty messages are not printed::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.to_log('starting the build')
-
- Provide a logger on the context class or override this method if necessary.
-
- :param msg: message
- :type msg: string
- """
- if not msg:
- return
- if self.logger:
- self.logger.info(msg)
- else:
- sys.stderr.write(str(msg))
- sys.stderr.flush()
-
-
- def msg(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Prints a configuration message of the form ``msg: result``.
- The second part of the message will be in colors. The output
- can be disabled easly by setting ``in_msg`` to a positive value::
-
- def configure(conf):
- self.in_msg = 1
- conf.msg('Checking for library foo', 'ok')
- # no output
-
- :param msg: message to display to the user
- :type msg: string
- :param result: result to display
- :type result: string or boolean
- :param color: color to use, see :py:const:`waflib.Logs.colors_lst`
- :type color: string
- """
- try:
- msg = kw['msg']
- except KeyError:
- msg = k[0]
-
- self.start_msg(msg, **kw)
-
- try:
- result = kw['result']
- except KeyError:
- result = k[1]
-
- color = kw.get('color')
- if not isinstance(color, str):
- color = result and 'GREEN' or 'YELLOW'
-
- self.end_msg(result, color, **kw)
-
- def start_msg(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Prints the beginning of a 'Checking for xxx' message. See :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.msg`
- """
- if kw.get('quiet'):
- return
-
- msg = kw.get('msg') or k[0]
- try:
- if self.in_msg:
- self.in_msg += 1
- return
- except AttributeError:
- self.in_msg = 0
- self.in_msg += 1
-
- try:
- self.line_just = max(self.line_just, len(msg))
- except AttributeError:
- self.line_just = max(40, len(msg))
- for x in (self.line_just * '-', msg):
- self.to_log(x)
- Logs.pprint('NORMAL', "%s :" % msg.ljust(self.line_just), sep='')
-
- def end_msg(self, *k, **kw):
- """Prints the end of a 'Checking for' message. See :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.msg`"""
- if kw.get('quiet'):
- return
- self.in_msg -= 1
- if self.in_msg:
- return
-
- result = kw.get('result') or k[0]
-
- defcolor = 'GREEN'
- if result is True:
- msg = 'ok'
- elif not result:
- msg = 'not found'
- defcolor = 'YELLOW'
- else:
- msg = str(result)
-
- self.to_log(msg)
- try:
- color = kw['color']
- except KeyError:
- if len(k) > 1 and k[1] in Logs.colors_lst:
- # compatibility waf 1.7
- color = k[1]
- else:
- color = defcolor
- Logs.pprint(color, msg)
-
- def load_special_tools(self, var, ban=[]):
- """
- Loads third-party extensions modules for certain programming languages
- by trying to list certain files in the extras/ directory. This method
- is typically called once for a programming language group, see for
- example :py:mod:`waflib.Tools.compiler_c`
-
- :param var: glob expression, for example 'cxx\\_\\*.py'
- :type var: string
- :param ban: list of exact file names to exclude
- :type ban: list of string
- """
- if os.path.isdir(waf_dir):
- lst = self.root.find_node(waf_dir).find_node('waflib/extras').ant_glob(var)
- for x in lst:
- if not x.name in ban:
- load_tool(x.name.replace('.py', ''))
- else:
- from zipfile import PyZipFile
- waflibs = PyZipFile(waf_dir)
- lst = waflibs.namelist()
- for x in lst:
- if not re.match('waflib/extras/%s' % var.replace('*', '.*'), var):
- continue
- f = os.path.basename(x)
- doban = False
- for b in ban:
- r = b.replace('*', '.*')
- if re.match(r, f):
- doban = True
- if not doban:
- f = f.replace('.py', '')
- load_tool(f)
-
-cache_modules = {}
-"""
-Dictionary holding already loaded modules (wscript), indexed by their absolute path.
-The modules are added automatically by :py:func:`waflib.Context.load_module`
-"""
-
-def load_module(path, encoding=None):
- """
- Loads a wscript file as a python module. This method caches results in :py:attr:`waflib.Context.cache_modules`
-
- :param path: file path
- :type path: string
- :return: Loaded Python module
- :rtype: module
- """
- try:
- return cache_modules[path]
- except KeyError:
- pass
-
- module = imp.new_module(WSCRIPT_FILE)
- try:
- code = Utils.readf(path, m='r', encoding=encoding)
- except EnvironmentError:
- raise Errors.WafError('Could not read the file %r' % path)
-
- module_dir = os.path.dirname(path)
- sys.path.insert(0, module_dir)
- try:
- exec(compile(code, path, 'exec'), module.__dict__)
- finally:
- sys.path.remove(module_dir)
-
- cache_modules[path] = module
- return module
-
-def load_tool(tool, tooldir=None, ctx=None, with_sys_path=True):
- """
- Imports a Waf tool as a python module, and stores it in the dict :py:const:`waflib.Context.Context.tools`
-
- :type tool: string
- :param tool: Name of the tool
- :type tooldir: list
- :param tooldir: List of directories to search for the tool module
- :type with_sys_path: boolean
- :param with_sys_path: whether or not to search the regular sys.path, besides waf_dir and potentially given tooldirs
- """
- if tool == 'java':
- tool = 'javaw' # jython
- else:
- tool = tool.replace('++', 'xx')
-
- if not with_sys_path:
- back_path = sys.path
- sys.path = []
- try:
- if tooldir:
- assert isinstance(tooldir, list)
- sys.path = tooldir + sys.path
- try:
- __import__(tool)
- except ImportError as e:
- e.waf_sys_path = list(sys.path)
- raise
- finally:
- for d in tooldir:
- sys.path.remove(d)
- ret = sys.modules[tool]
- Context.tools[tool] = ret
- return ret
- else:
- if not with_sys_path:
- sys.path.insert(0, waf_dir)
- try:
- for x in ('waflib.Tools.%s', 'waflib.extras.%s', 'waflib.%s', '%s'):
- try:
- __import__(x % tool)
- break
- except ImportError:
- x = None
- else: # raise an exception
- __import__(tool)
- except ImportError as e:
- e.waf_sys_path = list(sys.path)
- raise
- finally:
- if not with_sys_path:
- sys.path.remove(waf_dir)
- ret = sys.modules[x % tool]
- Context.tools[tool] = ret
- return ret
- finally:
- if not with_sys_path:
- sys.path += back_path
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Errors.py b/pugl/waflib/Errors.py
deleted file mode 100644
index bf75c1b..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Errors.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,68 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2010-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Exceptions used in the Waf code
-"""
-
-import traceback, sys
-
-class WafError(Exception):
- """Base class for all Waf errors"""
- def __init__(self, msg='', ex=None):
- """
- :param msg: error message
- :type msg: string
- :param ex: exception causing this error (optional)
- :type ex: exception
- """
- Exception.__init__(self)
- self.msg = msg
- assert not isinstance(msg, Exception)
-
- self.stack = []
- if ex:
- if not msg:
- self.msg = str(ex)
- if isinstance(ex, WafError):
- self.stack = ex.stack
- else:
- self.stack = traceback.extract_tb(sys.exc_info()[2])
- self.stack += traceback.extract_stack()[:-1]
- self.verbose_msg = ''.join(traceback.format_list(self.stack))
-
- def __str__(self):
- return str(self.msg)
-
-class BuildError(WafError):
- """Error raised during the build and install phases"""
- def __init__(self, error_tasks=[]):
- """
- :param error_tasks: tasks that could not complete normally
- :type error_tasks: list of task objects
- """
- self.tasks = error_tasks
- WafError.__init__(self, self.format_error())
-
- def format_error(self):
- """Formats the error messages from the tasks that failed"""
- lst = ['Build failed']
- for tsk in self.tasks:
- txt = tsk.format_error()
- if txt:
- lst.append(txt)
- return '\n'.join(lst)
-
-class ConfigurationError(WafError):
- """Configuration exception raised in particular by :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.fatal`"""
- pass
-
-class TaskRescan(WafError):
- """Task-specific exception type signalling required signature recalculations"""
- pass
-
-class TaskNotReady(WafError):
- """Task-specific exception type signalling that task signatures cannot be computed"""
- pass
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Logs.py b/pugl/waflib/Logs.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 11dc34f..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Logs.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,379 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-logging, colors, terminal width and pretty-print
-"""
-
-import os, re, traceback, sys
-from waflib import Utils, ansiterm
-
-if not os.environ.get('NOSYNC', False):
- # synchronized output is nearly mandatory to prevent garbled output
- if sys.stdout.isatty() and id(sys.stdout) == id(sys.__stdout__):
- sys.stdout = ansiterm.AnsiTerm(sys.stdout)
- if sys.stderr.isatty() and id(sys.stderr) == id(sys.__stderr__):
- sys.stderr = ansiterm.AnsiTerm(sys.stderr)
-
-# import the logging module after since it holds a reference on sys.stderr
-# in case someone uses the root logger
-import logging
-
-LOG_FORMAT = os.environ.get('WAF_LOG_FORMAT', '%(asctime)s %(c1)s%(zone)s%(c2)s %(message)s')
-HOUR_FORMAT = os.environ.get('WAF_HOUR_FORMAT', '%H:%M:%S')
-
-zones = []
-"""
-See :py:class:`waflib.Logs.log_filter`
-"""
-
-verbose = 0
-"""
-Global verbosity level, see :py:func:`waflib.Logs.debug` and :py:func:`waflib.Logs.error`
-"""
-
-colors_lst = {
-'USE' : True,
-'BOLD' :'\x1b[01;1m',
-'RED' :'\x1b[01;31m',
-'GREEN' :'\x1b[32m',
-'YELLOW':'\x1b[33m',
-'PINK' :'\x1b[35m',
-'BLUE' :'\x1b[01;34m',
-'CYAN' :'\x1b[36m',
-'GREY' :'\x1b[37m',
-'NORMAL':'\x1b[0m',
-'cursor_on' :'\x1b[?25h',
-'cursor_off' :'\x1b[?25l',
-}
-
-indicator = '\r\x1b[K%s%s%s'
-
-try:
- unicode
-except NameError:
- unicode = None
-
-def enable_colors(use):
- """
- If *1* is given, then the system will perform a few verifications
- before enabling colors, such as checking whether the interpreter
- is running in a terminal. A value of zero will disable colors,
- and a value above *1* will force colors.
-
- :param use: whether to enable colors or not
- :type use: integer
- """
- if use == 1:
- if not (sys.stderr.isatty() or sys.stdout.isatty()):
- use = 0
- if Utils.is_win32 and os.name != 'java':
- term = os.environ.get('TERM', '') # has ansiterm
- else:
- term = os.environ.get('TERM', 'dumb')
-
- if term in ('dumb', 'emacs'):
- use = 0
-
- if use >= 1:
- os.environ['TERM'] = 'vt100'
-
- colors_lst['USE'] = use
-
-# If console packages are available, replace the dummy function with a real
-# implementation
-try:
- get_term_cols = ansiterm.get_term_cols
-except AttributeError:
- def get_term_cols():
- return 80
-
-get_term_cols.__doc__ = """
- Returns the console width in characters.
-
- :return: the number of characters per line
- :rtype: int
- """
-
-def get_color(cl):
- """
- Returns the ansi sequence corresponding to the given color name.
- An empty string is returned when coloring is globally disabled.
-
- :param cl: color name in capital letters
- :type cl: string
- """
- if colors_lst['USE']:
- return colors_lst.get(cl, '')
- return ''
-
-class color_dict(object):
- """attribute-based color access, eg: colors.PINK"""
- def __getattr__(self, a):
- return get_color(a)
- def __call__(self, a):
- return get_color(a)
-
-colors = color_dict()
-
-re_log = re.compile(r'(\w+): (.*)', re.M)
-class log_filter(logging.Filter):
- """
- Waf logs are of the form 'name: message', and can be filtered by 'waf --zones=name'.
- For example, the following::
-
- from waflib import Logs
- Logs.debug('test: here is a message')
-
- Will be displayed only when executing::
-
- $ waf --zones=test
- """
- def __init__(self, name=''):
- logging.Filter.__init__(self, name)
-
- def filter(self, rec):
- """
- Filters log records by zone and by logging level
-
- :param rec: log entry
- """
- rec.zone = rec.module
- if rec.levelno >= logging.INFO:
- return True
-
- m = re_log.match(rec.msg)
- if m:
- rec.zone = m.group(1)
- rec.msg = m.group(2)
-
- if zones:
- return getattr(rec, 'zone', '') in zones or '*' in zones
- elif not verbose > 2:
- return False
- return True
-
-class log_handler(logging.StreamHandler):
- """Dispatches messages to stderr/stdout depending on the severity level"""
- def emit(self, record):
- """
- Delegates the functionality to :py:meth:`waflib.Log.log_handler.emit_override`
- """
- # default implementation
- try:
- try:
- self.stream = record.stream
- except AttributeError:
- if record.levelno >= logging.WARNING:
- record.stream = self.stream = sys.stderr
- else:
- record.stream = self.stream = sys.stdout
- self.emit_override(record)
- self.flush()
- except (KeyboardInterrupt, SystemExit):
- raise
- except: # from the python library -_-
- self.handleError(record)
-
- def emit_override(self, record, **kw):
- """
- Writes the log record to the desired stream (stderr/stdout)
- """
- self.terminator = getattr(record, 'terminator', '\n')
- stream = self.stream
- if unicode:
- # python2
- msg = self.formatter.format(record)
- fs = '%s' + self.terminator
- try:
- if (isinstance(msg, unicode) and getattr(stream, 'encoding', None)):
- fs = fs.decode(stream.encoding)
- try:
- stream.write(fs % msg)
- except UnicodeEncodeError:
- stream.write((fs % msg).encode(stream.encoding))
- else:
- stream.write(fs % msg)
- except UnicodeError:
- stream.write((fs % msg).encode('utf-8'))
- else:
- logging.StreamHandler.emit(self, record)
-
-class formatter(logging.Formatter):
- """Simple log formatter which handles colors"""
- def __init__(self):
- logging.Formatter.__init__(self, LOG_FORMAT, HOUR_FORMAT)
-
- def format(self, rec):
- """
- Formats records and adds colors as needed. The records do not get
- a leading hour format if the logging level is above *INFO*.
- """
- try:
- msg = rec.msg.decode('utf-8')
- except Exception:
- msg = rec.msg
-
- use = colors_lst['USE']
- if (use == 1 and rec.stream.isatty()) or use == 2:
-
- c1 = getattr(rec, 'c1', None)
- if c1 is None:
- c1 = ''
- if rec.levelno >= logging.ERROR:
- c1 = colors.RED
- elif rec.levelno >= logging.WARNING:
- c1 = colors.YELLOW
- elif rec.levelno >= logging.INFO:
- c1 = colors.GREEN
- c2 = getattr(rec, 'c2', colors.NORMAL)
- msg = '%s%s%s' % (c1, msg, c2)
- else:
- # remove single \r that make long lines in text files
- # and other terminal commands
- msg = re.sub(r'\r(?!\n)|\x1B\[(K|.*?(m|h|l))', '', msg)
-
- if rec.levelno >= logging.INFO:
- # the goal of this is to format without the leading "Logs, hour" prefix
- if rec.args:
- return msg % rec.args
- return msg
-
- rec.msg = msg
- rec.c1 = colors.PINK
- rec.c2 = colors.NORMAL
- return logging.Formatter.format(self, rec)
-
-log = None
-"""global logger for Logs.debug, Logs.error, etc"""
-
-def debug(*k, **kw):
- """
- Wraps logging.debug and discards messages if the verbosity level :py:attr:`waflib.Logs.verbose` ≤ 0
- """
- if verbose:
- k = list(k)
- k[0] = k[0].replace('\n', ' ')
- log.debug(*k, **kw)
-
-def error(*k, **kw):
- """
- Wrap logging.errors, adds the stack trace when the verbosity level :py:attr:`waflib.Logs.verbose` ≥ 2
- """
- log.error(*k, **kw)
- if verbose > 2:
- st = traceback.extract_stack()
- if st:
- st = st[:-1]
- buf = []
- for filename, lineno, name, line in st:
- buf.append(' File %r, line %d, in %s' % (filename, lineno, name))
- if line:
- buf.append(' %s' % line.strip())
- if buf:
- log.error('\n'.join(buf))
-
-def warn(*k, **kw):
- """
- Wraps logging.warning
- """
- log.warning(*k, **kw)
-
-def info(*k, **kw):
- """
- Wraps logging.info
- """
- log.info(*k, **kw)
-
-def init_log():
- """
- Initializes the logger :py:attr:`waflib.Logs.log`
- """
- global log
- log = logging.getLogger('waflib')
- log.handlers = []
- log.filters = []
- hdlr = log_handler()
- hdlr.setFormatter(formatter())
- log.addHandler(hdlr)
- log.addFilter(log_filter())
- log.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
-
-def make_logger(path, name):
- """
- Creates a simple logger, which is often used to redirect the context command output::
-
- from waflib import Logs
- bld.logger = Logs.make_logger('test.log', 'build')
- bld.check(header_name='sadlib.h', features='cxx cprogram', mandatory=False)
-
- # have the file closed immediately
- Logs.free_logger(bld.logger)
-
- # stop logging
- bld.logger = None
-
- The method finalize() of the command will try to free the logger, if any
-
- :param path: file name to write the log output to
- :type path: string
- :param name: logger name (loggers are reused)
- :type name: string
- """
- logger = logging.getLogger(name)
- if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000:
- encoding = sys.stdout.encoding
- else:
- encoding = None
- hdlr = logging.FileHandler(path, 'w', encoding=encoding)
- formatter = logging.Formatter('%(message)s')
- hdlr.setFormatter(formatter)
- logger.addHandler(hdlr)
- logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
- return logger
-
-def make_mem_logger(name, to_log, size=8192):
- """
- Creates a memory logger to avoid writing concurrently to the main logger
- """
- from logging.handlers import MemoryHandler
- logger = logging.getLogger(name)
- hdlr = MemoryHandler(size, target=to_log)
- formatter = logging.Formatter('%(message)s')
- hdlr.setFormatter(formatter)
- logger.addHandler(hdlr)
- logger.memhandler = hdlr
- logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
- return logger
-
-def free_logger(logger):
- """
- Frees the resources held by the loggers created through make_logger or make_mem_logger.
- This is used for file cleanup and for handler removal (logger objects are re-used).
- """
- try:
- for x in logger.handlers:
- x.close()
- logger.removeHandler(x)
- except Exception:
- pass
-
-def pprint(col, msg, label='', sep='\n'):
- """
- Prints messages in color immediately on stderr::
-
- from waflib import Logs
- Logs.pprint('RED', 'Something bad just happened')
-
- :param col: color name to use in :py:const:`Logs.colors_lst`
- :type col: string
- :param msg: message to display
- :type msg: string or a value that can be printed by %s
- :param label: a message to add after the colored output
- :type label: string
- :param sep: a string to append at the end (line separator)
- :type sep: string
- """
- info('%s%s%s %s', colors(col), msg, colors.NORMAL, label, extra={'terminator':sep})
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Node.py b/pugl/waflib/Node.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 4ac1ea8..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Node.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,970 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Node: filesystem structure
-
-#. Each file/folder is represented by exactly one node.
-
-#. Some potential class properties are stored on :py:class:`waflib.Build.BuildContext` : nodes to depend on, etc.
- Unused class members can increase the `.wafpickle` file size sensibly.
-
-#. Node objects should never be created directly, use
- the methods :py:func:`Node.make_node` or :py:func:`Node.find_node` for the low-level operations
-
-#. The methods :py:func:`Node.find_resource`, :py:func:`Node.find_dir` :py:func:`Node.find_or_declare` must be
- used when a build context is present
-
-#. Each instance of :py:class:`waflib.Context.Context` has a unique :py:class:`Node` subclass required for serialization.
- (:py:class:`waflib.Node.Nod3`, see the :py:class:`waflib.Context.Context` initializer). A reference to the context
- owning a node is held as *self.ctx*
-"""
-
-import os, re, sys, shutil
-from waflib import Utils, Errors
-
-exclude_regs = '''
-**/*~
-**/#*#
-**/.#*
-**/%*%
-**/._*
-**/*.swp
-**/CVS
-**/CVS/**
-**/.cvsignore
-**/SCCS
-**/SCCS/**
-**/vssver.scc
-**/.svn
-**/.svn/**
-**/BitKeeper
-**/.git
-**/.git/**
-**/.gitignore
-**/.bzr
-**/.bzrignore
-**/.bzr/**
-**/.hg
-**/.hg/**
-**/_MTN
-**/_MTN/**
-**/.arch-ids
-**/{arch}
-**/_darcs
-**/_darcs/**
-**/.intlcache
-**/.DS_Store'''
-"""
-Ant patterns for files and folders to exclude while doing the
-recursive traversal in :py:meth:`waflib.Node.Node.ant_glob`
-"""
-
-def ant_matcher(s, ignorecase):
- reflags = re.I if ignorecase else 0
- ret = []
- for x in Utils.to_list(s):
- x = x.replace('\\', '/').replace('//', '/')
- if x.endswith('/'):
- x += '**'
- accu = []
- for k in x.split('/'):
- if k == '**':
- accu.append(k)
- else:
- k = k.replace('.', '[.]').replace('*','.*').replace('?', '.').replace('+', '\\+')
- k = '^%s$' % k
- try:
- exp = re.compile(k, flags=reflags)
- except Exception as e:
- raise Errors.WafError('Invalid pattern: %s' % k, e)
- else:
- accu.append(exp)
- ret.append(accu)
- return ret
-
-def ant_sub_filter(name, nn):
- ret = []
- for lst in nn:
- if not lst:
- pass
- elif lst[0] == '**':
- ret.append(lst)
- if len(lst) > 1:
- if lst[1].match(name):
- ret.append(lst[2:])
- else:
- ret.append([])
- elif lst[0].match(name):
- ret.append(lst[1:])
- return ret
-
-def ant_sub_matcher(name, pats):
- nacc = ant_sub_filter(name, pats[0])
- nrej = ant_sub_filter(name, pats[1])
- if [] in nrej:
- nacc = []
- return [nacc, nrej]
-
-class Node(object):
- """
- This class is organized in two parts:
-
- * The basic methods meant for filesystem access (compute paths, create folders, etc)
- * The methods bound to a :py:class:`waflib.Build.BuildContext` (require ``bld.srcnode`` and ``bld.bldnode``)
- """
-
- dict_class = dict
- """
- Subclasses can provide a dict class to enable case insensitivity for example.
- """
-
- __slots__ = ('name', 'parent', 'children', 'cache_abspath', 'cache_isdir')
- def __init__(self, name, parent):
- """
- .. note:: Use :py:func:`Node.make_node` or :py:func:`Node.find_node` instead of calling this constructor
- """
- self.name = name
- self.parent = parent
- if parent:
- if name in parent.children:
- raise Errors.WafError('node %s exists in the parent files %r already' % (name, parent))
- parent.children[name] = self
-
- def __setstate__(self, data):
- "Deserializes node information, used for persistence"
- self.name = data[0]
- self.parent = data[1]
- if data[2] is not None:
- # Issue 1480
- self.children = self.dict_class(data[2])
-
- def __getstate__(self):
- "Serializes node information, used for persistence"
- return (self.name, self.parent, getattr(self, 'children', None))
-
- def __str__(self):
- """
- String representation (abspath), for debugging purposes
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- return self.abspath()
-
- def __repr__(self):
- """
- String representation (abspath), for debugging purposes
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- return self.abspath()
-
- def __copy__(self):
- """
- Provided to prevent nodes from being copied
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError`
- """
- raise Errors.WafError('nodes are not supposed to be copied')
-
- def read(self, flags='r', encoding='latin-1'):
- """
- Reads and returns the contents of the file represented by this node, see :py:func:`waflib.Utils.readf`::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.path.find_node('wscript').read()
-
- :param flags: Open mode
- :type flags: string
- :param encoding: encoding value for Python3
- :type encoding: string
- :rtype: string or bytes
- :return: File contents
- """
- return Utils.readf(self.abspath(), flags, encoding)
-
- def write(self, data, flags='w', encoding='latin-1'):
- """
- Writes data to the file represented by this node, see :py:func:`waflib.Utils.writef`::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.path.make_node('foo.txt').write('Hello, world!')
-
- :param data: data to write
- :type data: string
- :param flags: Write mode
- :type flags: string
- :param encoding: encoding value for Python3
- :type encoding: string
- """
- Utils.writef(self.abspath(), data, flags, encoding)
-
- def read_json(self, convert=True, encoding='utf-8'):
- """
- Reads and parses the contents of this node as JSON (Python ≥ 2.6)::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.path.find_node('abc.json').read_json()
-
- Note that this by default automatically decodes unicode strings on Python2, unlike what the Python JSON module does.
-
- :type convert: boolean
- :param convert: Prevents decoding of unicode strings on Python2
- :type encoding: string
- :param encoding: The encoding of the file to read. This default to UTF8 as per the JSON standard
- :rtype: object
- :return: Parsed file contents
- """
- import json # Python 2.6 and up
- object_pairs_hook = None
- if convert and sys.hexversion < 0x3000000:
- try:
- _type = unicode
- except NameError:
- _type = str
-
- def convert(value):
- if isinstance(value, list):
- return [convert(element) for element in value]
- elif isinstance(value, _type):
- return str(value)
- else:
- return value
-
- def object_pairs(pairs):
- return dict((str(pair[0]), convert(pair[1])) for pair in pairs)
-
- object_pairs_hook = object_pairs
-
- return json.loads(self.read(encoding=encoding), object_pairs_hook=object_pairs_hook)
-
- def write_json(self, data, pretty=True):
- """
- Writes a python object as JSON to disk (Python ≥ 2.6) as UTF-8 data (JSON standard)::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.path.find_node('xyz.json').write_json(199)
-
- :type data: object
- :param data: The data to write to disk
- :type pretty: boolean
- :param pretty: Determines if the JSON will be nicely space separated
- """
- import json # Python 2.6 and up
- indent = 2
- separators = (',', ': ')
- sort_keys = pretty
- newline = os.linesep
- if not pretty:
- indent = None
- separators = (',', ':')
- newline = ''
- output = json.dumps(data, indent=indent, separators=separators, sort_keys=sort_keys) + newline
- self.write(output, encoding='utf-8')
-
- def exists(self):
- """
- Returns whether the Node is present on the filesystem
-
- :rtype: bool
- """
- return os.path.exists(self.abspath())
-
- def isdir(self):
- """
- Returns whether the Node represents a folder
-
- :rtype: bool
- """
- return os.path.isdir(self.abspath())
-
- def chmod(self, val):
- """
- Changes the file/dir permissions::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.path.chmod(493) # 0755
- """
- os.chmod(self.abspath(), val)
-
- def delete(self, evict=True):
- """
- Removes the file/folder from the filesystem (equivalent to `rm -rf`), and remove this object from the Node tree.
- Do not use this object after calling this method.
- """
- try:
- try:
- if os.path.isdir(self.abspath()):
- shutil.rmtree(self.abspath())
- else:
- os.remove(self.abspath())
- except OSError:
- if os.path.exists(self.abspath()):
- raise
- finally:
- if evict:
- self.evict()
-
- def evict(self):
- """
- Removes this node from the Node tree
- """
- del self.parent.children[self.name]
-
- def suffix(self):
- """
- Returns the file rightmost extension, for example `a.b.c.d → .d`
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- k = max(0, self.name.rfind('.'))
- return self.name[k:]
-
- def height(self):
- """
- Returns the depth in the folder hierarchy from the filesystem root or from all the file drives
-
- :returns: filesystem depth
- :rtype: integer
- """
- d = self
- val = -1
- while d:
- d = d.parent
- val += 1
- return val
-
- def listdir(self):
- """
- Lists the folder contents
-
- :returns: list of file/folder names ordered alphabetically
- :rtype: list of string
- """
- lst = Utils.listdir(self.abspath())
- lst.sort()
- return lst
-
- def mkdir(self):
- """
- Creates a folder represented by this node. Intermediate folders are created as needed.
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.WafError` when the folder is missing
- """
- if self.isdir():
- return
-
- try:
- self.parent.mkdir()
- except OSError:
- pass
-
- if self.name:
- try:
- os.makedirs(self.abspath())
- except OSError:
- pass
-
- if not self.isdir():
- raise Errors.WafError('Could not create the directory %r' % self)
-
- try:
- self.children
- except AttributeError:
- self.children = self.dict_class()
-
- def find_node(self, lst):
- """
- Finds a node on the file system (files or folders), and creates the corresponding Node objects if it exists
-
- :param lst: relative path
- :type lst: string or list of string
- :returns: The corresponding Node object or None if no entry was found on the filesystem
- :rtype: :py:class:´waflib.Node.Node´
- """
-
- if isinstance(lst, str):
- lst = [x for x in Utils.split_path(lst) if x and x != '.']
-
- if lst and lst[0].startswith('\\\\') and not self.parent:
- node = self.ctx.root.make_node(lst[0])
- node.cache_isdir = True
- return node.find_node(lst[1:])
-
- cur = self
- for x in lst:
- if x == '..':
- cur = cur.parent or cur
- continue
-
- try:
- ch = cur.children
- except AttributeError:
- cur.children = self.dict_class()
- else:
- try:
- cur = ch[x]
- continue
- except KeyError:
- pass
-
- # optimistic: create the node first then look if it was correct to do so
- cur = self.__class__(x, cur)
- if not cur.exists():
- cur.evict()
- return None
-
- if not cur.exists():
- cur.evict()
- return None
-
- return cur
-
- def make_node(self, lst):
- """
- Returns or creates a Node object corresponding to the input path without considering the filesystem.
-
- :param lst: relative path
- :type lst: string or list of string
- :rtype: :py:class:´waflib.Node.Node´
- """
- if isinstance(lst, str):
- lst = [x for x in Utils.split_path(lst) if x and x != '.']
-
- cur = self
- for x in lst:
- if x == '..':
- cur = cur.parent or cur
- continue
-
- try:
- cur = cur.children[x]
- except AttributeError:
- cur.children = self.dict_class()
- except KeyError:
- pass
- else:
- continue
- cur = self.__class__(x, cur)
- return cur
-
- def search_node(self, lst):
- """
- Returns a Node previously defined in the data structure. The filesystem is not considered.
-
- :param lst: relative path
- :type lst: string or list of string
- :rtype: :py:class:´waflib.Node.Node´ or None if there is no entry in the Node datastructure
- """
- if isinstance(lst, str):
- lst = [x for x in Utils.split_path(lst) if x and x != '.']
-
- cur = self
- for x in lst:
- if x == '..':
- cur = cur.parent or cur
- else:
- try:
- cur = cur.children[x]
- except (AttributeError, KeyError):
- return None
- return cur
-
- def path_from(self, node):
- """
- Path of this node seen from the other::
-
- def build(bld):
- n1 = bld.path.find_node('foo/bar/xyz.txt')
- n2 = bld.path.find_node('foo/stuff/')
- n1.path_from(n2) # '../bar/xyz.txt'
-
- :param node: path to use as a reference
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :returns: a relative path or an absolute one if that is better
- :rtype: string
- """
- c1 = self
- c2 = node
-
- 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 not c1 is c2:
- lst.append(c1.name)
- up += 1
-
- c1 = c1.parent
- c2 = c2.parent
-
- if c1.parent:
- lst.extend(['..'] * up)
- lst.reverse()
- return os.sep.join(lst) or '.'
- else:
- return self.abspath()
-
- def abspath(self):
- """
- Returns the absolute path. A cache is kept in the context as ``cache_node_abspath``
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- try:
- return self.cache_abspath
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- # think twice before touching this (performance + complexity + correctness)
-
- if not self.parent:
- val = os.sep
- elif not self.parent.name:
- val = os.sep + self.name
- else:
- val = self.parent.abspath() + os.sep + self.name
- self.cache_abspath = val
- return val
-
- if Utils.is_win32:
- def abspath(self):
- try:
- return self.cache_abspath
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- if not self.parent:
- val = ''
- elif not self.parent.name:
- val = self.name + os.sep
- else:
- val = self.parent.abspath().rstrip(os.sep) + os.sep + self.name
- self.cache_abspath = val
- return val
-
- def is_child_of(self, node):
- """
- Returns whether the object belongs to a subtree of the input node::
-
- def build(bld):
- node = bld.path.find_node('wscript')
- node.is_child_of(bld.path) # True
-
- :param node: path to use as a reference
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :rtype: bool
- """
- p = self
- diff = self.height() - node.height()
- while diff > 0:
- diff -= 1
- p = p.parent
- return p is node
-
- def ant_iter(self, accept=None, maxdepth=25, pats=[], dir=False, src=True, remove=True, quiet=False):
- """
- Recursive method used by :py:meth:`waflib.Node.ant_glob`.
-
- :param accept: function used for accepting/rejecting a node, returns the patterns that can be still accepted in recursion
- :type accept: function
- :param maxdepth: maximum depth in the filesystem (25)
- :type maxdepth: int
- :param pats: list of patterns to accept and list of patterns to exclude
- :type pats: tuple
- :param dir: return folders too (False by default)
- :type dir: bool
- :param src: return files (True by default)
- :type src: bool
- :param remove: remove files/folders that do not exist (True by default)
- :type remove: bool
- :param quiet: disable build directory traversal warnings (verbose mode)
- :type quiet: bool
- :returns: A generator object to iterate from
- :rtype: iterator
- """
- dircont = self.listdir()
- dircont.sort()
-
- try:
- lst = set(self.children.keys())
- except AttributeError:
- self.children = self.dict_class()
- else:
- if remove:
- for x in lst - set(dircont):
- self.children[x].evict()
-
- for name in dircont:
- npats = accept(name, pats)
- if npats and npats[0]:
- accepted = [] in npats[0]
-
- node = self.make_node([name])
-
- isdir = node.isdir()
- if accepted:
- if isdir:
- if dir:
- yield node
- elif src:
- yield node
-
- if isdir:
- node.cache_isdir = True
- if maxdepth:
- for k in node.ant_iter(accept=accept, maxdepth=maxdepth - 1, pats=npats, dir=dir, src=src, remove=remove, quiet=quiet):
- yield k
-
- def ant_glob(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Finds files across folders and returns Node objects:
-
- * ``**/*`` find all files recursively
- * ``**/*.class`` find all files ending by .class
- * ``..`` find files having two dot characters
-
- For example::
-
- def configure(cfg):
- # find all .cpp files
- cfg.path.ant_glob('**/*.cpp')
- # find particular files from the root filesystem (can be slow)
- cfg.root.ant_glob('etc/*.txt')
- # simple exclusion rule example
- cfg.path.ant_glob('*.c*', excl=['*.c'], src=True, dir=False)
-
- For more information about the patterns, consult http://ant.apache.org/manual/dirtasks.html
- Please remember that the '..' sequence does not represent the parent directory::
-
- def configure(cfg):
- cfg.path.ant_glob('../*.h') # incorrect
- cfg.path.parent.ant_glob('*.h') # correct
-
- The Node structure is itself a filesystem cache, so certain precautions must
- be taken while matching files in the build or installation phases.
- Nodes objects that do have a corresponding file or folder are garbage-collected by default.
- This garbage collection is usually required to prevent returning files that do not
- exist anymore. Yet, this may also remove Node objects of files that are yet-to-be built.
-
- This typically happens when trying to match files in the build directory,
- but there are also cases when files are created in the source directory.
- Run ``waf -v`` to display any warnings, and try consider passing ``remove=False``
- when matching files in the build directory.
-
- Since ant_glob can traverse both source and build folders, it is a best practice
- to call this method only from the most specific build node::
-
- def build(bld):
- # traverses the build directory, may need ``remove=False``:
- bld.path.ant_glob('project/dir/**/*.h')
- # better, no accidental build directory traversal:
- bld.path.find_node('project/dir').ant_glob('**/*.h') # best
-
- In addition, files and folders are listed immediately. When matching files in the
- build folders, consider passing ``generator=True`` so that the generator object
- returned can defer computation to a later stage. For example::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(rule='tar xvf ${SRC}', source='arch.tar')
- bld.add_group()
- gen = bld.bldnode.ant_glob("*.h", generator=True, remove=True)
- # files will be listed only after the arch.tar is unpacked
- bld(rule='ls ${SRC}', source=gen, name='XYZ')
-
-
- :param incl: ant patterns or list of patterns to include
- :type incl: string or list of strings
- :param excl: ant patterns or list of patterns to exclude
- :type excl: string or list of strings
- :param dir: return folders too (False by default)
- :type dir: bool
- :param src: return files (True by default)
- :type src: bool
- :param maxdepth: maximum depth of recursion
- :type maxdepth: int
- :param ignorecase: ignore case while matching (False by default)
- :type ignorecase: bool
- :param generator: Whether to evaluate the Nodes lazily
- :type generator: bool
- :param remove: remove files/folders that do not exist (True by default)
- :type remove: bool
- :param quiet: disable build directory traversal warnings (verbose mode)
- :type quiet: bool
- :returns: The corresponding Node objects as a list or as a generator object (generator=True)
- :rtype: by default, list of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` instances
- """
- src = kw.get('src', True)
- dir = kw.get('dir')
- excl = kw.get('excl', exclude_regs)
- incl = k and k[0] or kw.get('incl', '**')
- remove = kw.get('remove', True)
- maxdepth = kw.get('maxdepth', 25)
- ignorecase = kw.get('ignorecase', False)
- quiet = kw.get('quiet', False)
- pats = (ant_matcher(incl, ignorecase), ant_matcher(excl, ignorecase))
-
- if kw.get('generator'):
- return Utils.lazy_generator(self.ant_iter, (ant_sub_matcher, maxdepth, pats, dir, src, remove, quiet))
-
- it = self.ant_iter(ant_sub_matcher, maxdepth, pats, dir, src, remove, quiet)
- if kw.get('flat'):
- # returns relative paths as a space-delimited string
- # prefer Node objects whenever possible
- return ' '.join(x.path_from(self) for x in it)
- return list(it)
-
- # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
- # the methods below require the source/build folders (bld.srcnode/bld.bldnode)
-
- def is_src(self):
- """
- Returns True if the node is below the source directory. Note that ``!is_src() ≠ is_bld()``
-
- :rtype: bool
- """
- cur = self
- x = self.ctx.srcnode
- y = self.ctx.bldnode
- while cur.parent:
- if cur is y:
- return False
- if cur is x:
- return True
- cur = cur.parent
- return False
-
- def is_bld(self):
- """
- Returns True if the node is below the build directory. Note that ``!is_bld() ≠ is_src()``
-
- :rtype: bool
- """
- cur = self
- y = self.ctx.bldnode
- while cur.parent:
- if cur is y:
- return True
- cur = cur.parent
- return False
-
- def get_src(self):
- """
- Returns the corresponding Node object in the source directory (or self if already
- under the source directory). Use this method only if the purpose is to create
- a Node object (this is common with folders but not with files, see ticket 1937)
-
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- cur = self
- x = self.ctx.srcnode
- y = self.ctx.bldnode
- lst = []
- while cur.parent:
- if cur is y:
- lst.reverse()
- return x.make_node(lst)
- if cur is x:
- return self
- lst.append(cur.name)
- cur = cur.parent
- return self
-
- def get_bld(self):
- """
- Return the corresponding Node object in the build directory (or self if already
- under the build directory). Use this method only if the purpose is to create
- a Node object (this is common with folders but not with files, see ticket 1937)
-
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- cur = self
- x = self.ctx.srcnode
- y = self.ctx.bldnode
- lst = []
- while cur.parent:
- if cur is y:
- return self
- if cur is x:
- lst.reverse()
- return self.ctx.bldnode.make_node(lst)
- lst.append(cur.name)
- cur = cur.parent
- # the file is external to the current project, make a fake root in the current build directory
- lst.reverse()
- if lst and Utils.is_win32 and len(lst[0]) == 2 and lst[0].endswith(':'):
- lst[0] = lst[0][0]
- return self.ctx.bldnode.make_node(['__root__'] + lst)
-
- def find_resource(self, lst):
- """
- Use this method in the build phase to find source files corresponding to the relative path given.
-
- First it looks up the Node data structure to find any declared Node object in the build directory.
- If None is found, it then considers the filesystem in the source directory.
-
- :param lst: relative path
- :type lst: string or list of string
- :returns: the corresponding Node object or None
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- 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 not node:
- node = self.get_src().find_node(lst)
- if node and node.isdir():
- return None
- return node
-
- def find_or_declare(self, lst):
- """
- Use this method in the build phase to declare output files which
- are meant to be written in the build directory.
-
- This method creates the Node object and its parent folder
- as needed.
-
- :param lst: relative path
- :type lst: string or list of string
- """
- if isinstance(lst, str) and os.path.isabs(lst):
- node = self.ctx.root.make_node(lst)
- else:
- node = self.get_bld().make_node(lst)
- node.parent.mkdir()
- return node
-
- def find_dir(self, lst):
- """
- Searches for a folder on the filesystem (see :py:meth:`waflib.Node.Node.find_node`)
-
- :param lst: relative path
- :type lst: string or list of string
- :returns: The corresponding Node object or None if there is no such folder
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- if isinstance(lst, str):
- lst = [x for x in Utils.split_path(lst) if x and x != '.']
-
- node = self.find_node(lst)
- if node and not node.isdir():
- return None
- return node
-
- # helpers for building things
- def change_ext(self, ext, ext_in=None):
- """
- Declares a build node with a distinct extension; this is uses :py:meth:`waflib.Node.Node.find_or_declare`
-
- :return: A build node of the same path, but with a different extension
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- name = self.name
- if ext_in is None:
- k = name.rfind('.')
- if k >= 0:
- name = name[:k] + ext
- else:
- name = name + ext
- else:
- name = name[:- len(ext_in)] + ext
-
- return self.parent.find_or_declare([name])
-
- def bldpath(self):
- """
- Returns the relative path seen from the build directory ``src/foo.cpp``
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- return self.path_from(self.ctx.bldnode)
-
- def srcpath(self):
- """
- Returns the relative path seen from the source directory ``../src/foo.cpp``
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- return self.path_from(self.ctx.srcnode)
-
- def relpath(self):
- """
- If a file in the build directory, returns :py:meth:`waflib.Node.Node.bldpath`,
- else returns :py:meth:`waflib.Node.Node.srcpath`
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- cur = self
- x = self.ctx.bldnode
- while cur.parent:
- if cur is x:
- return self.bldpath()
- cur = cur.parent
- return self.srcpath()
-
- def bld_dir(self):
- """
- Equivalent to self.parent.bldpath()
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- return self.parent.bldpath()
-
- def h_file(self):
- """
- See :py:func:`waflib.Utils.h_file`
-
- :return: a hash representing the file contents
- :rtype: string or bytes
- """
- return Utils.h_file(self.abspath())
-
- def get_bld_sig(self):
- """
- Returns a signature (see :py:meth:`waflib.Node.Node.h_file`) for the purpose
- of build dependency calculation. This method uses a per-context cache.
-
- :return: a hash representing the object contents
- :rtype: string or bytes
- """
- # previous behaviour can be set by returning self.ctx.node_sigs[self] when a build node
- try:
- cache = self.ctx.cache_sig
- except AttributeError:
- cache = self.ctx.cache_sig = {}
- try:
- ret = cache[self]
- except KeyError:
- p = self.abspath()
- try:
- ret = cache[self] = self.h_file()
- except EnvironmentError:
- if self.isdir():
- # allow folders as build nodes, do not use the creation time
- st = os.stat(p)
- ret = cache[self] = Utils.h_list([p, st.st_ino, st.st_mode])
- return ret
- raise
- return ret
-
-pickle_lock = Utils.threading.Lock()
-"""Lock mandatory for thread-safe node serialization"""
-
-class Nod3(Node):
- """Mandatory subclass for thread-safe node serialization"""
- pass # do not remove
-
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Options.py b/pugl/waflib/Options.py
deleted file mode 100644
index ad802d4..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Options.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,342 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Scott Newton, 2005 (scottn)
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Support for waf command-line options
-
-Provides default and command-line options, as well the command
-that reads the ``options`` wscript function.
-"""
-
-import os, tempfile, optparse, sys, re
-from waflib import Logs, Utils, Context, Errors
-
-options = optparse.Values()
-"""
-A global dictionary representing user-provided command-line options::
-
- $ waf --foo=bar
-"""
-
-commands = []
-"""
-List of commands to execute extracted from the command-line. This list
-is consumed during the execution by :py:func:`waflib.Scripting.run_commands`.
-"""
-
-envvars = []
-"""
-List of environment variable declarations placed after the Waf executable name.
-These are detected by searching for "=" in the remaining arguments.
-You probably do not want to use this.
-"""
-
-lockfile = os.environ.get('WAFLOCK', '.lock-waf_%s_build' % sys.platform)
-"""
-Name of the lock file that marks a project as configured
-"""
-
-class opt_parser(optparse.OptionParser):
- """
- Command-line options parser.
- """
- def __init__(self, ctx, allow_unknown=False):
- optparse.OptionParser.__init__(self, conflict_handler='resolve', add_help_option=False,
- version='waf %s (%s)' % (Context.WAFVERSION, Context.WAFREVISION))
- self.formatter.width = Logs.get_term_cols()
- self.ctx = ctx
- self.allow_unknown = allow_unknown
-
- def _process_args(self, largs, rargs, values):
- """
- Custom _process_args to allow unknown options according to the allow_unknown status
- """
- while rargs:
- try:
- optparse.OptionParser._process_args(self,largs,rargs,values)
- except (optparse.BadOptionError, optparse.AmbiguousOptionError) as e:
- if self.allow_unknown:
- largs.append(e.opt_str)
- else:
- self.error(str(e))
-
- def print_usage(self, file=None):
- return self.print_help(file)
-
- def get_usage(self):
- """
- Builds the message to print on ``waf --help``
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- cmds_str = {}
- for cls in Context.classes:
- if not cls.cmd or cls.cmd == 'options' or cls.cmd.startswith( '_' ):
- continue
-
- s = cls.__doc__ or ''
- cmds_str[cls.cmd] = s
-
- if Context.g_module:
- for (k, v) in Context.g_module.__dict__.items():
- if k in ('options', 'init', 'shutdown'):
- continue
-
- if type(v) is type(Context.create_context):
- if v.__doc__ and not k.startswith('_'):
- cmds_str[k] = v.__doc__
-
- just = 0
- for k in cmds_str:
- just = max(just, len(k))
-
- lst = [' %s: %s' % (k.ljust(just), v) for (k, v) in cmds_str.items()]
- lst.sort()
- ret = '\n'.join(lst)
-
- return '''waf [commands] [options]
-
-Main commands (example: ./waf build -j4)
-%s
-''' % ret
-
-
-class OptionsContext(Context.Context):
- """
- Collects custom options from wscript files and parses the command line.
- Sets the global :py:const:`waflib.Options.commands` and :py:const:`waflib.Options.options` values.
- """
- cmd = 'options'
- fun = 'options'
-
- def __init__(self, **kw):
- super(OptionsContext, self).__init__(**kw)
-
- self.parser = opt_parser(self)
- """Instance of :py:class:`waflib.Options.opt_parser`"""
-
- self.option_groups = {}
-
- jobs = self.jobs()
- p = self.add_option
- color = os.environ.get('NOCOLOR', '') and 'no' or 'auto'
- if os.environ.get('CLICOLOR', '') == '0':
- color = 'no'
- elif os.environ.get('CLICOLOR_FORCE', '') == '1':
- color = 'yes'
- p('-c', '--color', dest='colors', default=color, action='store', help='whether to use colors (yes/no/auto) [default: auto]', choices=('yes', 'no', 'auto'))
- p('-j', '--jobs', dest='jobs', default=jobs, type='int', help='amount of parallel jobs (%r)' % jobs)
- p('-k', '--keep', dest='keep', default=0, action='count', help='continue despite errors (-kk to try harder)')
- p('-v', '--verbose', dest='verbose', default=0, action='count', help='verbosity level -v -vv or -vvv [default: 0]')
- p('--zones', dest='zones', default='', action='store', help='debugging zones (task_gen, deps, tasks, etc)')
- p('--profile', dest='profile', default=0, action='store_true', help=optparse.SUPPRESS_HELP)
- p('--pdb', dest='pdb', default=0, action='store_true', help=optparse.SUPPRESS_HELP)
- p('-h', '--help', dest='whelp', default=0, action='store_true', help="show this help message and exit")
-
- gr = self.add_option_group('Configuration options')
- self.option_groups['configure options'] = gr
-
- gr.add_option('-o', '--out', action='store', default='', help='build dir for the project', dest='out')
- gr.add_option('-t', '--top', action='store', default='', help='src dir for the project', dest='top')
-
- gr.add_option('--no-lock-in-run', action='store_true', default='', help=optparse.SUPPRESS_HELP, dest='no_lock_in_run')
- gr.add_option('--no-lock-in-out', action='store_true', default='', help=optparse.SUPPRESS_HELP, dest='no_lock_in_out')
- gr.add_option('--no-lock-in-top', action='store_true', default='', help=optparse.SUPPRESS_HELP, dest='no_lock_in_top')
-
- default_prefix = getattr(Context.g_module, 'default_prefix', os.environ.get('PREFIX'))
- if not default_prefix:
- if Utils.unversioned_sys_platform() == 'win32':
- d = tempfile.gettempdir()
- default_prefix = d[0].upper() + d[1:]
- # win32 preserves the case, but gettempdir does not
- else:
- default_prefix = '/usr/local/'
- gr.add_option('--prefix', dest='prefix', default=default_prefix, help='installation prefix [default: %r]' % default_prefix)
- gr.add_option('--bindir', dest='bindir', help='bindir')
- gr.add_option('--libdir', dest='libdir', help='libdir')
-
- gr = self.add_option_group('Build and installation options')
- self.option_groups['build and install options'] = gr
- gr.add_option('-p', '--progress', dest='progress_bar', default=0, action='count', help= '-p: progress bar; -pp: ide output')
- gr.add_option('--targets', dest='targets', default='', action='store', help='task generators, e.g. "target1,target2"')
-
- gr = self.add_option_group('Step options')
- self.option_groups['step options'] = gr
- gr.add_option('--files', dest='files', default='', action='store', help='files to process, by regexp, e.g. "*/main.c,*/test/main.o"')
-
- default_destdir = os.environ.get('DESTDIR', '')
-
- gr = self.add_option_group('Installation and uninstallation options')
- self.option_groups['install/uninstall options'] = gr
- gr.add_option('--destdir', help='installation root [default: %r]' % default_destdir, default=default_destdir, dest='destdir')
- gr.add_option('-f', '--force', dest='force', default=False, action='store_true', help='force file installation')
- gr.add_option('--distcheck-args', metavar='ARGS', help='arguments to pass to distcheck', default=None, action='store')
-
- def jobs(self):
- """
- Finds the optimal amount of cpu cores to use for parallel jobs.
- At runtime the options can be obtained from :py:const:`waflib.Options.options` ::
-
- from waflib.Options import options
- njobs = options.jobs
-
- :return: the amount of cpu cores
- :rtype: int
- """
- count = int(os.environ.get('JOBS', 0))
- if count < 1:
- if 'NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS' in os.environ:
- # on Windows, use the NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS environment variable
- count = int(os.environ.get('NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS', 1))
- else:
- # on everything else, first try the POSIX sysconf values
- if hasattr(os, 'sysconf_names'):
- if 'SC_NPROCESSORS_ONLN' in os.sysconf_names:
- count = int(os.sysconf('SC_NPROCESSORS_ONLN'))
- elif 'SC_NPROCESSORS_CONF' in os.sysconf_names:
- count = int(os.sysconf('SC_NPROCESSORS_CONF'))
- if not count and os.name not in ('nt', 'java'):
- try:
- tmp = self.cmd_and_log(['sysctl', '-n', 'hw.ncpu'], quiet=0)
- except Errors.WafError:
- pass
- else:
- if re.match('^[0-9]+$', tmp):
- count = int(tmp)
- if count < 1:
- count = 1
- elif count > 1024:
- count = 1024
- return count
-
- def add_option(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Wraps ``optparse.add_option``::
-
- def options(ctx):
- ctx.add_option('-u', '--use', dest='use', default=False,
- action='store_true', help='a boolean option')
-
- :rtype: optparse option object
- """
- return self.parser.add_option(*k, **kw)
-
- def add_option_group(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Wraps ``optparse.add_option_group``::
-
- def options(ctx):
- gr = ctx.add_option_group('some options')
- gr.add_option('-u', '--use', dest='use', default=False, action='store_true')
-
- :rtype: optparse option group object
- """
- try:
- gr = self.option_groups[k[0]]
- except KeyError:
- gr = self.parser.add_option_group(*k, **kw)
- self.option_groups[k[0]] = gr
- return gr
-
- def get_option_group(self, opt_str):
- """
- Wraps ``optparse.get_option_group``::
-
- def options(ctx):
- gr = ctx.get_option_group('configure options')
- gr.add_option('-o', '--out', action='store', default='',
- help='build dir for the project', dest='out')
-
- :rtype: optparse option group object
- """
- try:
- return self.option_groups[opt_str]
- except KeyError:
- for group in self.parser.option_groups:
- if group.title == opt_str:
- return group
- return None
-
- def sanitize_path(self, path, cwd=None):
- if not cwd:
- cwd = Context.launch_dir
- p = os.path.expanduser(path)
- p = os.path.join(cwd, p)
- p = os.path.normpath(p)
- p = os.path.abspath(p)
- return p
-
- def parse_cmd_args(self, _args=None, cwd=None, allow_unknown=False):
- """
- Just parse the arguments
- """
- self.parser.allow_unknown = allow_unknown
- (options, leftover_args) = self.parser.parse_args(args=_args)
- envvars = []
- commands = []
- for arg in leftover_args:
- if '=' in arg:
- envvars.append(arg)
- elif arg != 'options':
- commands.append(arg)
-
- for name in 'top out destdir prefix bindir libdir'.split():
- # those paths are usually expanded from Context.launch_dir
- if getattr(options, name, None):
- path = self.sanitize_path(getattr(options, name), cwd)
- setattr(options, name, path)
- return options, commands, envvars
-
- def init_module_vars(self, arg_options, arg_commands, arg_envvars):
- options.__dict__.clear()
- del commands[:]
- del envvars[:]
-
- options.__dict__.update(arg_options.__dict__)
- commands.extend(arg_commands)
- envvars.extend(arg_envvars)
-
- for var in envvars:
- (name, value) = var.split('=', 1)
- os.environ[name.strip()] = value
-
- def init_logs(self, options, commands, envvars):
- Logs.verbose = options.verbose
- if options.verbose >= 1:
- self.load('errcheck')
-
- colors = {'yes' : 2, 'auto' : 1, 'no' : 0}[options.colors]
- Logs.enable_colors(colors)
-
- if options.zones:
- Logs.zones = options.zones.split(',')
- if not Logs.verbose:
- Logs.verbose = 1
- elif Logs.verbose > 0:
- Logs.zones = ['runner']
- if Logs.verbose > 2:
- Logs.zones = ['*']
-
- def parse_args(self, _args=None):
- """
- Parses arguments from a list which is not necessarily the command-line.
- Initializes the module variables options, commands and envvars
- If help is requested, prints it and exit the application
-
- :param _args: arguments
- :type _args: list of strings
- """
- options, commands, envvars = self.parse_cmd_args()
- self.init_logs(options, commands, envvars)
- self.init_module_vars(options, commands, envvars)
-
- def execute(self):
- """
- See :py:func:`waflib.Context.Context.execute`
- """
- super(OptionsContext, self).execute()
- self.parse_args()
- Utils.alloc_process_pool(options.jobs)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/README.md b/pugl/waflib/README.md
deleted file mode 100644
index c5361b9..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,24 +0,0 @@
-Autowaf
-=======
-
-This is autowaf, a bundle of waf and a few extensions intended to be easy to
-use directly as source code in a project. Using this as a submodule or subtree
-named `waflib` in a project allows waf to be used without including binary
-encoded data in the waf script. This gets along with revision control and
-distributions better, among other advantages, without losing
-self-containedness.
-
-To use this in a project, add this repository as a directory named `waflib` in
-the top level of the project, and link or copy `waf` to the top level.
-
-Two waf extras are also included: `autowaf.py` and `lv2.py`.
-
-The `autowaf.py` module is a kitchen sink of Python utilities for building
-consistent packages, and can be imported in a wcript as
-`waflib.extras.autowaf`.
-
-The `lv2.py` extra defines options for LV2 plugin installation paths. It can
-be used by calling `opt.load('lv2')` and `conf.load('lv2')` in the appropriate
-locations in a wscript.
-
- -- David Robillard <d@drobilla.net>
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Runner.py b/pugl/waflib/Runner.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 5d27669..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Runner.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,617 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Runner.py: Task scheduling and execution
-"""
-
-import heapq, traceback
-try:
- from queue import Queue, PriorityQueue
-except ImportError:
- from Queue import Queue
- try:
- from Queue import PriorityQueue
- except ImportError:
- class PriorityQueue(Queue):
- def _init(self, maxsize):
- self.maxsize = maxsize
- self.queue = []
- def _put(self, item):
- heapq.heappush(self.queue, item)
- def _get(self):
- return heapq.heappop(self.queue)
-
-from waflib import Utils, Task, Errors, Logs
-
-GAP = 5
-"""
-Wait for at least ``GAP * njobs`` before trying to enqueue more tasks to run
-"""
-
-class PriorityTasks(object):
- def __init__(self):
- self.lst = []
- def __len__(self):
- return len(self.lst)
- def __iter__(self):
- return iter(self.lst)
- def __str__(self):
- return 'PriorityTasks: [%s]' % '\n '.join(str(x) for x in self.lst)
- def clear(self):
- self.lst = []
- def append(self, task):
- heapq.heappush(self.lst, task)
- def appendleft(self, task):
- "Deprecated, do not use"
- heapq.heappush(self.lst, task)
- def pop(self):
- return heapq.heappop(self.lst)
- def extend(self, lst):
- if self.lst:
- for x in lst:
- self.append(x)
- else:
- if isinstance(lst, list):
- self.lst = lst
- heapq.heapify(lst)
- else:
- self.lst = lst.lst
-
-class Consumer(Utils.threading.Thread):
- """
- Daemon thread object that executes a task. It shares a semaphore with
- the coordinator :py:class:`waflib.Runner.Spawner`. There is one
- instance per task to consume.
- """
- def __init__(self, spawner, task):
- Utils.threading.Thread.__init__(self)
- self.task = task
- """Task to execute"""
- self.spawner = spawner
- """Coordinator object"""
- self.setDaemon(1)
- self.start()
- def run(self):
- """
- Processes a single task
- """
- try:
- if not self.spawner.master.stop:
- self.spawner.master.process_task(self.task)
- finally:
- self.spawner.sem.release()
- self.spawner.master.out.put(self.task)
- self.task = None
- self.spawner = None
-
-class Spawner(Utils.threading.Thread):
- """
- Daemon thread that consumes tasks from :py:class:`waflib.Runner.Parallel` producer and
- spawns a consuming thread :py:class:`waflib.Runner.Consumer` for each
- :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task` instance.
- """
- def __init__(self, master):
- Utils.threading.Thread.__init__(self)
- self.master = master
- """:py:class:`waflib.Runner.Parallel` producer instance"""
- self.sem = Utils.threading.Semaphore(master.numjobs)
- """Bounded semaphore that prevents spawning more than *n* concurrent consumers"""
- self.setDaemon(1)
- self.start()
- def run(self):
- """
- Spawns new consumers to execute tasks by delegating to :py:meth:`waflib.Runner.Spawner.loop`
- """
- try:
- self.loop()
- except Exception:
- # Python 2 prints unnecessary messages when shutting down
- # we also want to stop the thread properly
- pass
- def loop(self):
- """
- Consumes task objects from the producer; ends when the producer has no more
- task to provide.
- """
- master = self.master
- while 1:
- task = master.ready.get()
- self.sem.acquire()
- if not master.stop:
- task.log_display(task.generator.bld)
- Consumer(self, task)
-
-class Parallel(object):
- """
- Schedule the tasks obtained from the build context for execution.
- """
- def __init__(self, bld, j=2):
- """
- The initialization requires a build context reference
- for computing the total number of jobs.
- """
-
- self.numjobs = j
- """
- Amount of parallel consumers to use
- """
-
- self.bld = bld
- """
- Instance of :py:class:`waflib.Build.BuildContext`
- """
-
- self.outstanding = PriorityTasks()
- """Heap of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task` that may be ready to be executed"""
-
- self.postponed = PriorityTasks()
- """Heap of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task` which are not ready to run for non-DAG reasons"""
-
- self.incomplete = set()
- """List of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task` waiting for dependent tasks to complete (DAG)"""
-
- self.ready = PriorityQueue(0)
- """List of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task` ready to be executed by consumers"""
-
- self.out = Queue(0)
- """List of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task` returned by the task consumers"""
-
- self.count = 0
- """Amount of tasks that may be processed by :py:class:`waflib.Runner.TaskConsumer`"""
-
- self.processed = 0
- """Amount of tasks processed"""
-
- self.stop = False
- """Error flag to stop the build"""
-
- self.error = []
- """Tasks that could not be executed"""
-
- self.biter = None
- """Task iterator which must give groups of parallelizable tasks when calling ``next()``"""
-
- self.dirty = False
- """
- Flag that indicates that the build cache must be saved when a task was executed
- (calls :py:meth:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.store`)"""
-
- self.revdeps = Utils.defaultdict(set)
- """
- The reverse dependency graph of dependencies obtained from Task.run_after
- """
-
- self.spawner = None
- """
- Coordinating daemon thread that spawns thread consumers
- """
- if self.numjobs > 1:
- self.spawner = Spawner(self)
-
- def get_next_task(self):
- """
- Obtains the next Task instance to run
-
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- if not self.outstanding:
- return None
- return self.outstanding.pop()
-
- def postpone(self, tsk):
- """
- Adds the task to the list :py:attr:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.postponed`.
- The order is scrambled so as to consume as many tasks in parallel as possible.
-
- :param tsk: task instance
- :type tsk: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- self.postponed.append(tsk)
-
- def refill_task_list(self):
- """
- Pulls a next group of tasks to execute in :py:attr:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.outstanding`.
- Ensures that all tasks in the current build group are complete before processing the next one.
- """
- while self.count > self.numjobs * GAP:
- self.get_out()
-
- while not self.outstanding:
- if self.count:
- self.get_out()
- if self.outstanding:
- break
- elif self.postponed:
- try:
- cond = self.deadlock == self.processed
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- if cond:
- # The most common reason is conflicting build order declaration
- # for example: "X run_after Y" and "Y run_after X"
- # Another can be changing "run_after" dependencies while the build is running
- # for example: updating "tsk.run_after" in the "runnable_status" method
- lst = []
- for tsk in self.postponed:
- deps = [id(x) for x in tsk.run_after if not x.hasrun]
- lst.append('%s\t-> %r' % (repr(tsk), deps))
- if not deps:
- lst.append('\n task %r dependencies are done, check its *runnable_status*?' % id(tsk))
- raise Errors.WafError('Deadlock detected: check the task build order%s' % ''.join(lst))
- self.deadlock = self.processed
-
- if self.postponed:
- self.outstanding.extend(self.postponed)
- self.postponed.clear()
- elif not self.count:
- if self.incomplete:
- for x in self.incomplete:
- for k in x.run_after:
- if not k.hasrun:
- break
- else:
- # dependency added after the build started without updating revdeps
- self.incomplete.remove(x)
- self.outstanding.append(x)
- break
- else:
- if self.stop or self.error:
- break
- raise Errors.WafError('Broken revdeps detected on %r' % self.incomplete)
- else:
- tasks = next(self.biter)
- ready, waiting = self.prio_and_split(tasks)
- self.outstanding.extend(ready)
- self.incomplete.update(waiting)
- self.total = self.bld.total()
- break
-
- def add_more_tasks(self, tsk):
- """
- If a task provides :py:attr:`waflib.Task.Task.more_tasks`, then the tasks contained
- in that list are added to the current build and will be processed before the next build group.
-
- The priorities for dependent tasks are not re-calculated globally
-
- :param tsk: task instance
- :type tsk: :py:attr:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- if getattr(tsk, 'more_tasks', None):
- more = set(tsk.more_tasks)
- groups_done = set()
- def iteri(a, b):
- for x in a:
- yield x
- for x in b:
- yield x
-
- # Update the dependency tree
- # this assumes that task.run_after values were updated
- for x in iteri(self.outstanding, self.incomplete):
- for k in x.run_after:
- if isinstance(k, Task.TaskGroup):
- if k not in groups_done:
- groups_done.add(k)
- for j in k.prev & more:
- self.revdeps[j].add(k)
- elif k in more:
- self.revdeps[k].add(x)
-
- ready, waiting = self.prio_and_split(tsk.more_tasks)
- self.outstanding.extend(ready)
- self.incomplete.update(waiting)
- self.total += len(tsk.more_tasks)
-
- def mark_finished(self, tsk):
- def try_unfreeze(x):
- # DAG ancestors are likely to be in the incomplete set
- # This assumes that the run_after contents have not changed
- # after the build starts, else a deadlock may occur
- if x in self.incomplete:
- # TODO remove dependencies to free some memory?
- # x.run_after.remove(tsk)
- for k in x.run_after:
- if not k.hasrun:
- break
- else:
- self.incomplete.remove(x)
- self.outstanding.append(x)
-
- if tsk in self.revdeps:
- for x in self.revdeps[tsk]:
- if isinstance(x, Task.TaskGroup):
- x.prev.remove(tsk)
- if not x.prev:
- for k in x.next:
- # TODO necessary optimization?
- k.run_after.remove(x)
- try_unfreeze(k)
- # TODO necessary optimization?
- x.next = []
- else:
- try_unfreeze(x)
- del self.revdeps[tsk]
-
- if hasattr(tsk, 'semaphore'):
- sem = tsk.semaphore
- sem.release(tsk)
- while sem.waiting and not sem.is_locked():
- # take a frozen task, make it ready to run
- x = sem.waiting.pop()
- self._add_task(x)
-
- def get_out(self):
- """
- Waits for a Task that task consumers add to :py:attr:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.out` after execution.
- Adds more Tasks if necessary through :py:attr:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.add_more_tasks`.
-
- :rtype: :py:attr:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- tsk = self.out.get()
- if not self.stop:
- self.add_more_tasks(tsk)
- self.mark_finished(tsk)
-
- self.count -= 1
- self.dirty = True
- return tsk
-
- def add_task(self, tsk):
- """
- Enqueue a Task to :py:attr:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.ready` so that consumers can run them.
-
- :param tsk: task instance
- :type tsk: :py:attr:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- # TODO change in waf 2.1
- self.ready.put(tsk)
-
- def _add_task(self, tsk):
- if hasattr(tsk, 'semaphore'):
- sem = tsk.semaphore
- try:
- sem.acquire(tsk)
- except IndexError:
- sem.waiting.add(tsk)
- return
-
- self.count += 1
- self.processed += 1
- if self.numjobs == 1:
- tsk.log_display(tsk.generator.bld)
- try:
- self.process_task(tsk)
- finally:
- self.out.put(tsk)
- else:
- self.add_task(tsk)
-
- def process_task(self, tsk):
- """
- Processes a task and attempts to stop the build in case of errors
- """
- tsk.process()
- if tsk.hasrun != Task.SUCCESS:
- self.error_handler(tsk)
-
- def skip(self, tsk):
- """
- Mark a task as skipped/up-to-date
- """
- tsk.hasrun = Task.SKIPPED
- self.mark_finished(tsk)
-
- def cancel(self, tsk):
- """
- Mark a task as failed because of unsatisfiable dependencies
- """
- tsk.hasrun = Task.CANCELED
- self.mark_finished(tsk)
-
- def error_handler(self, tsk):
- """
- Called when a task cannot be executed. The flag :py:attr:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.stop` is set,
- unless the build is executed with::
-
- $ waf build -k
-
- :param tsk: task instance
- :type tsk: :py:attr:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- if not self.bld.keep:
- self.stop = True
- self.error.append(tsk)
-
- def task_status(self, tsk):
- """
- Obtains the task status to decide whether to run it immediately or not.
-
- :return: the exit status, for example :py:attr:`waflib.Task.ASK_LATER`
- :rtype: integer
- """
- try:
- return tsk.runnable_status()
- except Exception:
- self.processed += 1
- tsk.err_msg = traceback.format_exc()
- if not self.stop and self.bld.keep:
- self.skip(tsk)
- if self.bld.keep == 1:
- # if -k stop on the first exception, if -kk try to go as far as possible
- if Logs.verbose > 1 or not self.error:
- self.error.append(tsk)
- self.stop = True
- else:
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- self.error.append(tsk)
- return Task.EXCEPTION
-
- tsk.hasrun = Task.EXCEPTION
- self.error_handler(tsk)
-
- return Task.EXCEPTION
-
- def start(self):
- """
- Obtains Task instances from the BuildContext instance and adds the ones that need to be executed to
- :py:class:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.ready` so that the :py:class:`waflib.Runner.Spawner` consumer thread
- has them executed. Obtains the executed Tasks back from :py:class:`waflib.Runner.Parallel.out`
- and marks the build as failed by setting the ``stop`` flag.
- If only one job is used, then executes the tasks one by one, without consumers.
- """
- self.total = self.bld.total()
-
- while not self.stop:
-
- self.refill_task_list()
-
- # consider the next task
- tsk = self.get_next_task()
- if not tsk:
- if self.count:
- # tasks may add new ones after they are run
- continue
- else:
- # no tasks to run, no tasks running, time to exit
- break
-
- if tsk.hasrun:
- # if the task is marked as "run", just skip it
- self.processed += 1
- continue
-
- if self.stop: # stop immediately after a failure is detected
- break
-
- st = self.task_status(tsk)
- if st == Task.RUN_ME:
- self._add_task(tsk)
- elif st == Task.ASK_LATER:
- self.postpone(tsk)
- elif st == Task.SKIP_ME:
- self.processed += 1
- self.skip(tsk)
- self.add_more_tasks(tsk)
- elif st == Task.CANCEL_ME:
- # A dependency problem has occurred, and the
- # build is most likely run with `waf -k`
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- self.error.append(tsk)
- self.processed += 1
- self.cancel(tsk)
-
- # self.count represents the tasks that have been made available to the consumer threads
- # collect all the tasks after an error else the message may be incomplete
- while self.error and self.count:
- self.get_out()
-
- self.ready.put(None)
- if not self.stop:
- assert not self.count
- assert not self.postponed
- assert not self.incomplete
-
- def prio_and_split(self, tasks):
- """
- Label input tasks with priority values, and return a pair containing
- the tasks that are ready to run and the tasks that are necessarily
- waiting for other tasks to complete.
-
- The priority system is really meant as an optional layer for optimization:
- dependency cycles are found quickly, and builds should be more efficient.
- A high priority number means that a task is processed first.
-
- This method can be overridden to disable the priority system::
-
- def prio_and_split(self, tasks):
- return tasks, []
-
- :return: A pair of task lists
- :rtype: tuple
- """
- # to disable:
- #return tasks, []
- for x in tasks:
- x.visited = 0
-
- reverse = self.revdeps
-
- groups_done = set()
- for x in tasks:
- for k in x.run_after:
- if isinstance(k, Task.TaskGroup):
- if k not in groups_done:
- groups_done.add(k)
- for j in k.prev:
- reverse[j].add(k)
- else:
- reverse[k].add(x)
-
- # the priority number is not the tree depth
- def visit(n):
- if isinstance(n, Task.TaskGroup):
- return sum(visit(k) for k in n.next)
-
- if n.visited == 0:
- n.visited = 1
-
- if n in reverse:
- rev = reverse[n]
- n.prio_order = n.tree_weight + len(rev) + sum(visit(k) for k in rev)
- else:
- n.prio_order = n.tree_weight
-
- n.visited = 2
- elif n.visited == 1:
- raise Errors.WafError('Dependency cycle found!')
- return n.prio_order
-
- for x in tasks:
- if x.visited != 0:
- # must visit all to detect cycles
- continue
- try:
- visit(x)
- except Errors.WafError:
- self.debug_cycles(tasks, reverse)
-
- ready = []
- waiting = []
- for x in tasks:
- for k in x.run_after:
- if not k.hasrun:
- waiting.append(x)
- break
- else:
- ready.append(x)
- return (ready, waiting)
-
- def debug_cycles(self, tasks, reverse):
- tmp = {}
- for x in tasks:
- tmp[x] = 0
-
- def visit(n, acc):
- if isinstance(n, Task.TaskGroup):
- for k in n.next:
- visit(k, acc)
- return
- if tmp[n] == 0:
- tmp[n] = 1
- for k in reverse.get(n, []):
- visit(k, [n] + acc)
- tmp[n] = 2
- elif tmp[n] == 1:
- lst = []
- for tsk in acc:
- lst.append(repr(tsk))
- if tsk is n:
- # exclude prior nodes, we want the minimum cycle
- break
- raise Errors.WafError('Task dependency cycle in "run_after" constraints: %s' % ''.join(lst))
- for x in tasks:
- visit(x, [])
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Scripting.py b/pugl/waflib/Scripting.py
deleted file mode 100644
index ae17a8b..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Scripting.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,620 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"Module called for configuring, compiling and installing targets"
-
-from __future__ import with_statement
-
-import os, shlex, shutil, traceback, errno, sys, stat
-from waflib import Utils, Configure, Logs, Options, ConfigSet, Context, Errors, Build, Node
-
-build_dir_override = None
-
-no_climb_commands = ['configure']
-
-default_cmd = "build"
-
-def waf_entry_point(current_directory, version, wafdir):
- """
- This is the main entry point, all Waf execution starts here.
-
- :param current_directory: absolute path representing the current directory
- :type current_directory: string
- :param version: version number
- :type version: string
- :param wafdir: absolute path representing the directory of the waf library
- :type wafdir: string
- """
- Logs.init_log()
-
- if Context.WAFVERSION != version:
- Logs.error('Waf script %r and library %r do not match (directory %r)', version, Context.WAFVERSION, wafdir)
- sys.exit(1)
-
- # Store current directory before any chdir
- Context.waf_dir = wafdir
- Context.run_dir = Context.launch_dir = current_directory
- start_dir = current_directory
- no_climb = os.environ.get('NOCLIMB')
-
- if len(sys.argv) > 1:
- # os.path.join handles absolute paths
- # if sys.argv[1] is not an absolute path, then it is relative to the current working directory
- potential_wscript = os.path.join(current_directory, sys.argv[1])
- if os.path.basename(potential_wscript) == Context.WSCRIPT_FILE and os.path.isfile(potential_wscript):
- # need to explicitly normalize the path, as it may contain extra '/.'
- path = os.path.normpath(os.path.dirname(potential_wscript))
- start_dir = os.path.abspath(path)
- no_climb = True
- sys.argv.pop(1)
-
- ctx = Context.create_context('options')
- (options, commands, env) = ctx.parse_cmd_args(allow_unknown=True)
- if options.top:
- start_dir = Context.run_dir = Context.top_dir = options.top
- no_climb = True
- if options.out:
- Context.out_dir = options.out
-
- # if 'configure' is in the commands, do not search any further
- if not no_climb:
- for k in no_climb_commands:
- for y in commands:
- if y.startswith(k):
- no_climb = True
- break
-
- # try to find a lock file (if the project was configured)
- # at the same time, store the first wscript file seen
- cur = start_dir
- while cur:
- try:
- lst = os.listdir(cur)
- except OSError:
- lst = []
- Logs.error('Directory %r is unreadable!', cur)
- if Options.lockfile in lst:
- env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
- try:
- env.load(os.path.join(cur, Options.lockfile))
- ino = os.stat(cur)[stat.ST_INO]
- except EnvironmentError:
- pass
- else:
- # check if the folder was not moved
- for x in (env.run_dir, env.top_dir, env.out_dir):
- if not x:
- continue
- if Utils.is_win32:
- if cur == x:
- load = True
- break
- else:
- # if the filesystem features symlinks, compare the inode numbers
- try:
- ino2 = os.stat(x)[stat.ST_INO]
- except OSError:
- pass
- else:
- if ino == ino2:
- load = True
- break
- else:
- Logs.warn('invalid lock file in %s', cur)
- load = False
-
- if load:
- Context.run_dir = env.run_dir
- Context.top_dir = env.top_dir
- Context.out_dir = env.out_dir
- break
-
- if not Context.run_dir:
- if Context.WSCRIPT_FILE in lst:
- Context.run_dir = cur
-
- next = os.path.dirname(cur)
- if next == cur:
- break
- cur = next
-
- if no_climb:
- break
-
- wscript = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(Context.run_dir, Context.WSCRIPT_FILE))
- if not os.path.exists(wscript):
- if options.whelp:
- Logs.warn('These are the generic options (no wscript/project found)')
- ctx.parser.print_help()
- sys.exit(0)
- Logs.error('Waf: Run from a folder containing a %r file (or try -h for the generic options)', Context.WSCRIPT_FILE)
- sys.exit(1)
-
- try:
- os.chdir(Context.run_dir)
- except OSError:
- Logs.error('Waf: The folder %r is unreadable', Context.run_dir)
- sys.exit(1)
-
- try:
- set_main_module(wscript)
- except Errors.WafError as e:
- Logs.pprint('RED', e.verbose_msg)
- Logs.error(str(e))
- sys.exit(1)
- except Exception as e:
- Logs.error('Waf: The wscript in %r is unreadable', Context.run_dir)
- traceback.print_exc(file=sys.stdout)
- sys.exit(2)
-
- if options.profile:
- import cProfile, pstats
- cProfile.runctx('from waflib import Scripting; Scripting.run_commands()', {}, {}, 'profi.txt')
- p = pstats.Stats('profi.txt')
- p.sort_stats('time').print_stats(75) # or 'cumulative'
- else:
- try:
- try:
- run_commands()
- except:
- if options.pdb:
- import pdb
- type, value, tb = sys.exc_info()
- traceback.print_exc()
- pdb.post_mortem(tb)
- else:
- raise
- except Errors.WafError as e:
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- Logs.pprint('RED', e.verbose_msg)
- Logs.error(e.msg)
- sys.exit(1)
- except SystemExit:
- raise
- except Exception as e:
- traceback.print_exc(file=sys.stdout)
- sys.exit(2)
- except KeyboardInterrupt:
- Logs.pprint('RED', 'Interrupted')
- sys.exit(68)
-
-def set_main_module(file_path):
- """
- Read the main wscript file into :py:const:`waflib.Context.Context.g_module` and
- bind default functions such as ``init``, ``dist``, ``distclean`` if not defined.
- Called by :py:func:`waflib.Scripting.waf_entry_point` during the initialization.
-
- :param file_path: absolute path representing the top-level wscript file
- :type file_path: string
- """
- Context.g_module = Context.load_module(file_path)
- Context.g_module.root_path = file_path
-
- # note: to register the module globally, use the following:
- # sys.modules['wscript_main'] = g_module
-
- def set_def(obj):
- name = obj.__name__
- if not name in Context.g_module.__dict__:
- setattr(Context.g_module, name, obj)
- for k in (dist, distclean, distcheck):
- set_def(k)
- # add dummy init and shutdown functions if they're not defined
- if not 'init' in Context.g_module.__dict__:
- Context.g_module.init = Utils.nada
- if not 'shutdown' in Context.g_module.__dict__:
- Context.g_module.shutdown = Utils.nada
- if not 'options' in Context.g_module.__dict__:
- Context.g_module.options = Utils.nada
-
-def parse_options():
- """
- Parses the command-line options and initialize the logging system.
- Called by :py:func:`waflib.Scripting.waf_entry_point` during the initialization.
- """
- ctx = Context.create_context('options')
- ctx.execute()
- if not Options.commands:
- if isinstance(default_cmd, list):
- Options.commands.extend(default_cmd)
- else:
- Options.commands.append(default_cmd)
- if Options.options.whelp:
- ctx.parser.print_help()
- sys.exit(0)
-
-def run_command(cmd_name):
- """
- Executes a single Waf command. Called by :py:func:`waflib.Scripting.run_commands`.
-
- :param cmd_name: command to execute, like ``build``
- :type cmd_name: string
- """
- ctx = Context.create_context(cmd_name)
- ctx.log_timer = Utils.Timer()
- ctx.options = Options.options # provided for convenience
- ctx.cmd = cmd_name
- try:
- ctx.execute()
- finally:
- # Issue 1374
- ctx.finalize()
- return ctx
-
-def run_commands():
- """
- Execute the Waf commands that were given on the command-line, and the other options
- Called by :py:func:`waflib.Scripting.waf_entry_point` during the initialization, and executed
- after :py:func:`waflib.Scripting.parse_options`.
- """
- parse_options()
- run_command('init')
- while Options.commands:
- cmd_name = Options.commands.pop(0)
- ctx = run_command(cmd_name)
- Logs.info('%r finished successfully (%s)', cmd_name, ctx.log_timer)
- run_command('shutdown')
-
-###########################################################################################
-
-def distclean_dir(dirname):
- """
- Distclean function called in the particular case when::
-
- top == out
-
- :param dirname: absolute path of the folder to clean
- :type dirname: string
- """
- for (root, dirs, files) in os.walk(dirname):
- for f in files:
- if f.endswith(('.o', '.moc', '.exe')):
- fname = os.path.join(root, f)
- try:
- os.remove(fname)
- except OSError:
- Logs.warn('Could not remove %r', fname)
-
- for x in (Context.DBFILE, 'config.log'):
- try:
- os.remove(x)
- except OSError:
- pass
-
- try:
- shutil.rmtree(Build.CACHE_DIR)
- except OSError:
- pass
-
-def distclean(ctx):
- '''removes build folders and data'''
-
- def remove_and_log(k, fun):
- try:
- fun(k)
- except EnvironmentError as e:
- if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
- Logs.warn('Could not remove %r', k)
-
- # remove waf cache folders on the top-level
- if not Options.commands:
- for k in os.listdir('.'):
- for x in '.waf-2 waf-2 .waf3-2 waf3-2'.split():
- if k.startswith(x):
- remove_and_log(k, shutil.rmtree)
-
- # remove a build folder, if any
- cur = '.'
- if ctx.options.no_lock_in_top:
- cur = ctx.options.out
-
- try:
- lst = os.listdir(cur)
- except OSError:
- Logs.warn('Could not read %r', cur)
- return
-
- if Options.lockfile in lst:
- f = os.path.join(cur, Options.lockfile)
- try:
- env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet(f)
- except EnvironmentError:
- Logs.warn('Could not read %r', f)
- return
-
- if not env.out_dir or not env.top_dir:
- Logs.warn('Invalid lock file %r', f)
- return
-
- if env.out_dir == env.top_dir:
- distclean_dir(env.out_dir)
- else:
- remove_and_log(env.out_dir, shutil.rmtree)
-
- for k in (env.out_dir, env.top_dir, env.run_dir):
- p = os.path.join(k, Options.lockfile)
- remove_and_log(p, os.remove)
-
-class Dist(Context.Context):
- '''creates an archive containing the project source code'''
- cmd = 'dist'
- fun = 'dist'
- algo = 'tar.bz2'
- ext_algo = {}
-
- def execute(self):
- """
- See :py:func:`waflib.Context.Context.execute`
- """
- self.recurse([os.path.dirname(Context.g_module.root_path)])
- self.archive()
-
- def archive(self):
- """
- Creates the source archive.
- """
- import tarfile
-
- arch_name = self.get_arch_name()
-
- try:
- self.base_path
- except AttributeError:
- self.base_path = self.path
-
- node = self.base_path.make_node(arch_name)
- try:
- node.delete()
- except OSError:
- pass
-
- files = self.get_files()
-
- if self.algo.startswith('tar.'):
- tar = tarfile.open(node.abspath(), 'w:' + self.algo.replace('tar.', ''))
-
- for x in files:
- self.add_tar_file(x, tar)
- tar.close()
- elif self.algo == 'zip':
- import zipfile
- zip = zipfile.ZipFile(node.abspath(), 'w', compression=zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED)
-
- for x in files:
- archive_name = self.get_base_name() + '/' + x.path_from(self.base_path)
- zip.write(x.abspath(), archive_name, zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED)
- zip.close()
- else:
- self.fatal('Valid algo types are tar.bz2, tar.gz, tar.xz or zip')
-
- try:
- from hashlib import sha256
- except ImportError:
- digest = ''
- else:
- digest = ' (sha256=%r)' % sha256(node.read(flags='rb')).hexdigest()
-
- Logs.info('New archive created: %s%s', self.arch_name, digest)
-
- def get_tar_path(self, node):
- """
- Return the path to use for a node in the tar archive, the purpose of this
- is to let subclases resolve symbolic links or to change file names
-
- :return: absolute path
- :rtype: string
- """
- return node.abspath()
-
- def add_tar_file(self, x, tar):
- """
- Adds a file to the tar archive. Symlinks are not verified.
-
- :param x: file path
- :param tar: tar file object
- """
- p = self.get_tar_path(x)
- tinfo = tar.gettarinfo(name=p, arcname=self.get_tar_prefix() + '/' + x.path_from(self.base_path))
- tinfo.uid = 0
- tinfo.gid = 0
- tinfo.uname = 'root'
- tinfo.gname = 'root'
-
- if os.path.isfile(p):
- with open(p, 'rb') as f:
- tar.addfile(tinfo, fileobj=f)
- else:
- tar.addfile(tinfo)
-
- def get_tar_prefix(self):
- """
- Returns the base path for files added into the archive tar file
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- try:
- return self.tar_prefix
- except AttributeError:
- return self.get_base_name()
-
- def get_arch_name(self):
- """
- Returns the archive file name.
- Set the attribute *arch_name* to change the default value::
-
- def dist(ctx):
- ctx.arch_name = 'ctx.tar.bz2'
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- try:
- self.arch_name
- except AttributeError:
- self.arch_name = self.get_base_name() + '.' + self.ext_algo.get(self.algo, self.algo)
- return self.arch_name
-
- def get_base_name(self):
- """
- Returns the default name of the main directory in the archive, which is set to *appname-version*.
- Set the attribute *base_name* to change the default value::
-
- def dist(ctx):
- ctx.base_name = 'files'
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- try:
- self.base_name
- except AttributeError:
- appname = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.APPNAME, 'noname')
- version = getattr(Context.g_module, Context.VERSION, '1.0')
- self.base_name = appname + '-' + version
- return self.base_name
-
- def get_excl(self):
- """
- Returns the patterns to exclude for finding the files in the top-level directory.
- Set the attribute *excl* to change the default value::
-
- def dist(ctx):
- ctx.excl = 'build **/*.o **/*.class'
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- try:
- return self.excl
- except AttributeError:
- self.excl = Node.exclude_regs + ' **/waf-2.* **/.waf-2.* **/waf3-2.* **/.waf3-2.* **/*~ **/*.rej **/*.orig **/*.pyc **/*.pyo **/*.bak **/*.swp **/.lock-w*'
- if Context.out_dir:
- nd = self.root.find_node(Context.out_dir)
- if nd:
- self.excl += ' ' + nd.path_from(self.base_path)
- return self.excl
-
- def get_files(self):
- """
- Files to package are searched automatically by :py:func:`waflib.Node.Node.ant_glob`.
- Set *files* to prevent this behaviour::
-
- def dist(ctx):
- ctx.files = ctx.path.find_node('wscript')
-
- Files are also searched from the directory 'base_path', to change it, set::
-
- def dist(ctx):
- ctx.base_path = path
-
- :rtype: list of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- try:
- files = self.files
- except AttributeError:
- files = self.base_path.ant_glob('**/*', excl=self.get_excl())
- return files
-
-def dist(ctx):
- '''makes a tarball for redistributing the sources'''
- pass
-
-class DistCheck(Dist):
- """creates an archive with dist, then tries to build it"""
- fun = 'distcheck'
- cmd = 'distcheck'
-
- def execute(self):
- """
- See :py:func:`waflib.Context.Context.execute`
- """
- self.recurse([os.path.dirname(Context.g_module.root_path)])
- self.archive()
- self.check()
-
- def make_distcheck_cmd(self, tmpdir):
- cfg = []
- if Options.options.distcheck_args:
- cfg = shlex.split(Options.options.distcheck_args)
- else:
- cfg = [x for x in sys.argv if x.startswith('-')]
- cmd = [sys.executable, sys.argv[0], 'configure', 'build', 'install', 'uninstall', '--destdir=' + tmpdir] + cfg
- return cmd
-
- def check(self):
- """
- Creates the archive, uncompresses it and tries to build the project
- """
- import tempfile, tarfile
-
- with tarfile.open(self.get_arch_name()) as t:
- for x in t:
- t.extract(x)
-
- instdir = tempfile.mkdtemp('.inst', self.get_base_name())
- cmd = self.make_distcheck_cmd(instdir)
- ret = Utils.subprocess.Popen(cmd, cwd=self.get_base_name()).wait()
- if ret:
- raise Errors.WafError('distcheck failed with code %r' % ret)
-
- if os.path.exists(instdir):
- raise Errors.WafError('distcheck succeeded, but files were left in %s' % instdir)
-
- shutil.rmtree(self.get_base_name())
-
-
-def distcheck(ctx):
- '''checks if the project compiles (tarball from 'dist')'''
- pass
-
-def autoconfigure(execute_method):
- """
- Decorator that enables context commands to run *configure* as needed.
- """
- def execute(self):
- """
- Wraps :py:func:`waflib.Context.Context.execute` on the context class
- """
- if not Configure.autoconfig:
- return execute_method(self)
-
- env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
- do_config = False
- try:
- env.load(os.path.join(Context.top_dir, Options.lockfile))
- except EnvironmentError:
- Logs.warn('Configuring the project')
- do_config = True
- else:
- if env.run_dir != Context.run_dir:
- do_config = True
- else:
- h = 0
- for f in env.files:
- try:
- h = Utils.h_list((h, Utils.readf(f, 'rb')))
- except EnvironmentError:
- do_config = True
- break
- else:
- do_config = h != env.hash
-
- if do_config:
- cmd = env.config_cmd or 'configure'
- if Configure.autoconfig == 'clobber':
- tmp = Options.options.__dict__
- launch_dir_tmp = Context.launch_dir
- if env.options:
- Options.options.__dict__ = env.options
- Context.launch_dir = env.launch_dir
- try:
- run_command(cmd)
- finally:
- Options.options.__dict__ = tmp
- Context.launch_dir = launch_dir_tmp
- else:
- run_command(cmd)
- run_command(self.cmd)
- else:
- return execute_method(self)
- return execute
-Build.BuildContext.execute = autoconfigure(Build.BuildContext.execute)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Task.py b/pugl/waflib/Task.py
deleted file mode 100644
index cb49a73..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Task.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1406 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Tasks represent atomic operations such as processes.
-"""
-
-import os, re, sys, tempfile, traceback
-from waflib import Utils, Logs, Errors
-
-# task states
-NOT_RUN = 0
-"""The task was not executed yet"""
-
-MISSING = 1
-"""The task has been executed but the files have not been created"""
-
-CRASHED = 2
-"""The task execution returned a non-zero exit status"""
-
-EXCEPTION = 3
-"""An exception occurred in the task execution"""
-
-CANCELED = 4
-"""A dependency for the task is missing so it was cancelled"""
-
-SKIPPED = 8
-"""The task did not have to be executed"""
-
-SUCCESS = 9
-"""The task was successfully executed"""
-
-ASK_LATER = -1
-"""The task is not ready to be executed"""
-
-SKIP_ME = -2
-"""The task does not need to be executed"""
-
-RUN_ME = -3
-"""The task must be executed"""
-
-CANCEL_ME = -4
-"""The task cannot be executed because of a dependency problem"""
-
-COMPILE_TEMPLATE_SHELL = '''
-def f(tsk):
- env = tsk.env
- gen = tsk.generator
- bld = gen.bld
- cwdx = tsk.get_cwd()
- p = env.get_flat
- def to_list(xx):
- if isinstance(xx, str): return [xx]
- return xx
- tsk.last_cmd = cmd = \'\'\' %s \'\'\' % s
- return tsk.exec_command(cmd, cwd=cwdx, env=env.env or None)
-'''
-
-COMPILE_TEMPLATE_NOSHELL = '''
-def f(tsk):
- env = tsk.env
- gen = tsk.generator
- bld = gen.bld
- cwdx = tsk.get_cwd()
- def to_list(xx):
- if isinstance(xx, str): return [xx]
- return xx
- def merge(lst1, lst2):
- if lst1 and lst2:
- return lst1[:-1] + [lst1[-1] + lst2[0]] + lst2[1:]
- return lst1 + lst2
- lst = []
- %s
- if '' in lst:
- lst = [x for x in lst if x]
- tsk.last_cmd = lst
- return tsk.exec_command(lst, cwd=cwdx, env=env.env or None)
-'''
-
-COMPILE_TEMPLATE_SIG_VARS = '''
-def f(tsk):
- sig = tsk.generator.bld.hash_env_vars(tsk.env, tsk.vars)
- tsk.m.update(sig)
- env = tsk.env
- gen = tsk.generator
- bld = gen.bld
- cwdx = tsk.get_cwd()
- p = env.get_flat
- buf = []
- %s
- tsk.m.update(repr(buf).encode())
-'''
-
-classes = {}
-"""
-The metaclass :py:class:`waflib.Task.store_task_type` stores all class tasks
-created by user scripts or Waf tools to this dict. It maps class names to class objects.
-"""
-
-class store_task_type(type):
- """
- Metaclass: store the task classes into the dict pointed by the
- class attribute 'register' which defaults to :py:const:`waflib.Task.classes`,
-
- The attribute 'run_str' is compiled into a method 'run' bound to the task class.
- """
- def __init__(cls, name, bases, dict):
- super(store_task_type, cls).__init__(name, bases, dict)
- name = cls.__name__
-
- if name != 'evil' and name != 'Task':
- if getattr(cls, 'run_str', None):
- # if a string is provided, convert it to a method
- (f, dvars) = compile_fun(cls.run_str, cls.shell)
- cls.hcode = Utils.h_cmd(cls.run_str)
- cls.orig_run_str = cls.run_str
- # change the name of run_str or it is impossible to subclass with a function
- cls.run_str = None
- cls.run = f
- # process variables
- cls.vars = list(set(cls.vars + dvars))
- cls.vars.sort()
- if cls.vars:
- fun = compile_sig_vars(cls.vars)
- if fun:
- cls.sig_vars = fun
- elif getattr(cls, 'run', None) and not 'hcode' in cls.__dict__:
- # getattr(cls, 'hcode') would look in the upper classes
- cls.hcode = Utils.h_cmd(cls.run)
-
- # be creative
- getattr(cls, 'register', classes)[name] = cls
-
-evil = store_task_type('evil', (object,), {})
-"Base class provided to avoid writing a metaclass, so the code can run in python 2.6 and 3.x unmodified"
-
-class Task(evil):
- """
- Task objects represents actions to perform such as commands to execute by calling the `run` method.
-
- Detecting when to execute a task occurs in the method :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.runnable_status`.
-
- Detecting which tasks to execute is performed through a hash value returned by
- :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.signature`. The task signature is persistent from build to build.
- """
- vars = []
- """ConfigSet variables that should trigger a rebuild (class attribute used for :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.sig_vars`)"""
-
- always_run = False
- """Specify whether task instances must always be executed or not (class attribute)"""
-
- shell = False
- """Execute the command with the shell (class attribute)"""
-
- color = 'GREEN'
- """Color for the console display, see :py:const:`waflib.Logs.colors_lst`"""
-
- ext_in = []
- """File extensions that objects of this task class may use"""
-
- ext_out = []
- """File extensions that objects of this task class may create"""
-
- before = []
- """The instances of this class are executed before the instances of classes whose names are in this list"""
-
- after = []
- """The instances of this class are executed after the instances of classes whose names are in this list"""
-
- hcode = Utils.SIG_NIL
- """String representing an additional hash for the class representation"""
-
- keep_last_cmd = False
- """Whether to keep the last command executed on the instance after execution.
- This may be useful for certain extensions but it can a lot of memory.
- """
-
- weight = 0
- """Optional weight to tune the priority for task instances.
- The higher, the earlier. The weight only applies to single task objects."""
-
- tree_weight = 0
- """Optional weight to tune the priority of task instances and whole subtrees.
- The higher, the earlier."""
-
- prio_order = 0
- """Priority order set by the scheduler on instances during the build phase.
- You most likely do not need to set it.
- """
-
- __slots__ = ('hasrun', 'generator', 'env', 'inputs', 'outputs', 'dep_nodes', 'run_after')
-
- def __init__(self, *k, **kw):
- self.hasrun = NOT_RUN
- try:
- self.generator = kw['generator']
- except KeyError:
- self.generator = self
-
- self.env = kw['env']
- """:py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet` object (make sure to provide one)"""
-
- self.inputs = []
- """List of input nodes, which represent the files used by the task instance"""
-
- self.outputs = []
- """List of output nodes, which represent the files created by the task instance"""
-
- self.dep_nodes = []
- """List of additional nodes to depend on"""
-
- self.run_after = set()
- """Set of tasks that must be executed before this one"""
-
- def __lt__(self, other):
- return self.priority() > other.priority()
- def __le__(self, other):
- return self.priority() >= other.priority()
- def __gt__(self, other):
- return self.priority() < other.priority()
- def __ge__(self, other):
- return self.priority() <= other.priority()
-
- def get_cwd(self):
- """
- :return: current working directory
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- bld = self.generator.bld
- ret = getattr(self, 'cwd', None) or getattr(bld, 'cwd', bld.bldnode)
- if isinstance(ret, str):
- if os.path.isabs(ret):
- ret = bld.root.make_node(ret)
- else:
- ret = self.generator.path.make_node(ret)
- return ret
-
- def quote_flag(self, x):
- """
- Surround a process argument by quotes so that a list of arguments can be written to a file
-
- :param x: flag
- :type x: string
- :return: quoted flag
- :rtype: string
- """
- old = x
- if '\\' in x:
- x = x.replace('\\', '\\\\')
- if '"' in x:
- x = x.replace('"', '\\"')
- if old != x or ' ' in x or '\t' in x or "'" in x:
- x = '"%s"' % x
- return x
-
- def priority(self):
- """
- Priority of execution; the higher, the earlier
-
- :return: the priority value
- :rtype: a tuple of numeric values
- """
- return (self.weight + self.prio_order, - getattr(self.generator, 'tg_idx_count', 0))
-
- def split_argfile(self, cmd):
- """
- Splits a list of process commands into the executable part and its list of arguments
-
- :return: a tuple containing the executable first and then the rest of arguments
- :rtype: tuple
- """
- return ([cmd[0]], [self.quote_flag(x) for x in cmd[1:]])
-
- def exec_command(self, cmd, **kw):
- """
- Wrapper for :py:meth:`waflib.Context.Context.exec_command`.
- This version set the current working directory (``build.variant_dir``),
- applies PATH settings (if self.env.PATH is provided), and can run long
- commands through a temporary ``@argfile``.
-
- :param cmd: process command to execute
- :type cmd: list of string (best) or string (process will use a shell)
- :return: the return code
- :rtype: int
-
- Optional parameters:
-
- #. cwd: current working directory (Node or string)
- #. stdout: set to None to prevent waf from capturing the process standard output
- #. stderr: set to None to prevent waf from capturing the process standard error
- #. timeout: timeout value (Python 3)
- """
- if not 'cwd' in kw:
- kw['cwd'] = self.get_cwd()
-
- if hasattr(self, 'timeout'):
- kw['timeout'] = self.timeout
-
- 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)
-
- if hasattr(self, 'stdout'):
- kw['stdout'] = self.stdout
- if hasattr(self, 'stderr'):
- kw['stderr'] = self.stderr
-
- if not isinstance(cmd, str):
- if Utils.is_win32:
- # win32 compares the resulting length http://support.microsoft.com/kb/830473
- too_long = sum([len(arg) for arg in cmd]) + len(cmd) > 8192
- else:
- # non-win32 counts the amount of arguments (200k)
- too_long = len(cmd) > 200000
-
- if too_long and getattr(self, 'allow_argsfile', True):
- # Shunt arguments to a temporary file if the command is too long.
- cmd, args = self.split_argfile(cmd)
- try:
- (fd, tmp) = tempfile.mkstemp()
- os.write(fd, '\r\n'.join(args).encode())
- os.close(fd)
- if Logs.verbose:
- Logs.debug('argfile: @%r -> %r', tmp, args)
- return self.generator.bld.exec_command(cmd + ['@' + tmp], **kw)
- finally:
- try:
- os.remove(tmp)
- except OSError:
- # anti-virus and indexers can keep files open -_-
- pass
- return self.generator.bld.exec_command(cmd, **kw)
-
- def process(self):
- """
- Runs the task and handles errors
-
- :return: 0 or None if everything is fine
- :rtype: integer
- """
- # remove the task signature immediately before it is executed
- # so that the task will be executed again in case of failure
- try:
- del self.generator.bld.task_sigs[self.uid()]
- except KeyError:
- pass
-
- try:
- ret = self.run()
- except Exception:
- self.err_msg = traceback.format_exc()
- self.hasrun = EXCEPTION
- else:
- if ret:
- self.err_code = ret
- self.hasrun = CRASHED
- else:
- try:
- self.post_run()
- except Errors.WafError:
- pass
- except Exception:
- self.err_msg = traceback.format_exc()
- self.hasrun = EXCEPTION
- else:
- self.hasrun = SUCCESS
-
- if self.hasrun != SUCCESS and self.scan:
- # rescan dependencies on next run
- try:
- del self.generator.bld.imp_sigs[self.uid()]
- except KeyError:
- pass
-
- def log_display(self, bld):
- "Writes the execution status on the context logger"
- if self.generator.bld.progress_bar == 3:
- return
-
- s = self.display()
- if s:
- if bld.logger:
- logger = bld.logger
- else:
- logger = Logs
-
- if self.generator.bld.progress_bar == 1:
- c1 = Logs.colors.cursor_off
- c2 = Logs.colors.cursor_on
- logger.info(s, extra={'stream': sys.stderr, 'terminator':'', 'c1': c1, 'c2' : c2})
- else:
- logger.info(s, extra={'terminator':'', 'c1': '', 'c2' : ''})
-
- def display(self):
- """
- Returns an execution status for the console, the progress bar, or the IDE output.
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- col1 = Logs.colors(self.color)
- col2 = Logs.colors.NORMAL
- master = self.generator.bld.producer
-
- def cur():
- # the current task position, computed as late as possible
- return master.processed - master.ready.qsize()
-
- if self.generator.bld.progress_bar == 1:
- return self.generator.bld.progress_line(cur(), master.total, col1, col2)
-
- if self.generator.bld.progress_bar == 2:
- ela = str(self.generator.bld.timer)
- try:
- ins = ','.join([n.name for n in self.inputs])
- except AttributeError:
- ins = ''
- try:
- outs = ','.join([n.name for n in self.outputs])
- except AttributeError:
- outs = ''
- return '|Total %s|Current %s|Inputs %s|Outputs %s|Time %s|\n' % (master.total, cur(), ins, outs, ela)
-
- s = str(self)
- if not s:
- return None
-
- total = master.total
- n = len(str(total))
- fs = '[%%%dd/%%%dd] %%s%%s%%s%%s\n' % (n, n)
- kw = self.keyword()
- if kw:
- kw += ' '
- return fs % (cur(), total, kw, col1, s, col2)
-
- def hash_constraints(self):
- """
- Identifies a task type for all the constraints relevant for the scheduler: precedence, file production
-
- :return: a hash value
- :rtype: string
- """
- return (tuple(self.before), tuple(self.after), tuple(self.ext_in), tuple(self.ext_out), self.__class__.__name__, self.hcode)
-
- def format_error(self):
- """
- Returns an error message to display the build failure reasons
-
- :rtype: string
- """
- if Logs.verbose:
- msg = ': %r\n%r' % (self, getattr(self, 'last_cmd', ''))
- else:
- msg = ' (run with -v to display more information)'
- name = getattr(self.generator, 'name', '')
- if getattr(self, "err_msg", None):
- return self.err_msg
- elif not self.hasrun:
- return 'task in %r was not executed for some reason: %r' % (name, self)
- elif self.hasrun == CRASHED:
- try:
- return ' -> task in %r failed with exit status %r%s' % (name, self.err_code, msg)
- except AttributeError:
- return ' -> task in %r failed%s' % (name, msg)
- elif self.hasrun == MISSING:
- return ' -> missing files in %r%s' % (name, msg)
- elif self.hasrun == CANCELED:
- return ' -> %r canceled because of missing dependencies' % name
- else:
- return 'invalid status for task in %r: %r' % (name, self.hasrun)
-
- def colon(self, var1, var2):
- """
- Enable scriptlet expressions of the form ${FOO_ST:FOO}
- If the first variable (FOO_ST) is empty, then an empty list is returned
-
- The results will be slightly different if FOO_ST is a list, for example::
-
- env.FOO = ['p1', 'p2']
- env.FOO_ST = '-I%s'
- # ${FOO_ST:FOO} returns
- ['-Ip1', '-Ip2']
-
- env.FOO_ST = ['-a', '-b']
- # ${FOO_ST:FOO} returns
- ['-a', '-b', 'p1', '-a', '-b', 'p2']
- """
- tmp = self.env[var1]
- if not tmp:
- return []
-
- if isinstance(var2, str):
- it = self.env[var2]
- else:
- it = var2
- if isinstance(tmp, str):
- return [tmp % x for x in it]
- else:
- lst = []
- for y in it:
- lst.extend(tmp)
- lst.append(y)
- return lst
-
- def __str__(self):
- "string to display to the user"
- name = self.__class__.__name__
- if self.outputs:
- if name.endswith(('lib', 'program')) or not self.inputs:
- node = self.outputs[0]
- return node.path_from(node.ctx.launch_node())
- if not (self.inputs or self.outputs):
- return self.__class__.__name__
- if len(self.inputs) == 1:
- node = self.inputs[0]
- return node.path_from(node.ctx.launch_node())
-
- src_str = ' '.join([a.path_from(a.ctx.launch_node()) for a in self.inputs])
- tgt_str = ' '.join([a.path_from(a.ctx.launch_node()) for a in self.outputs])
- if self.outputs:
- sep = ' -> '
- else:
- sep = ''
- return '%s: %s%s%s' % (self.__class__.__name__, src_str, sep, tgt_str)
-
- def keyword(self):
- "Display keyword used to prettify the console outputs"
- name = self.__class__.__name__
- if name.endswith(('lib', 'program')):
- return 'Linking'
- if len(self.inputs) == 1 and len(self.outputs) == 1:
- return 'Compiling'
- if not self.inputs:
- if self.outputs:
- return 'Creating'
- else:
- return 'Running'
- return 'Processing'
-
- def __repr__(self):
- "for debugging purposes"
- try:
- ins = ",".join([x.name for x in self.inputs])
- outs = ",".join([x.name for x in self.outputs])
- except AttributeError:
- ins = ",".join([str(x) for x in self.inputs])
- outs = ",".join([str(x) for x in self.outputs])
- return "".join(['\n\t{task %r: ' % id(self), self.__class__.__name__, " ", ins, " -> ", outs, '}'])
-
- def uid(self):
- """
- Returns an identifier used to determine if tasks are up-to-date. Since the
- identifier will be stored between executions, it must be:
-
- - unique for a task: no two tasks return the same value (for a given build context)
- - the same for a given task instance
-
- By default, the node paths, the class name, and the function are used
- as inputs to compute a hash.
-
- The pointer to the object (python built-in 'id') will change between build executions,
- and must be avoided in such hashes.
-
- :return: hash value
- :rtype: string
- """
- try:
- return self.uid_
- except AttributeError:
- m = Utils.md5(self.__class__.__name__)
- up = m.update
- for x in self.inputs + self.outputs:
- up(x.abspath())
- self.uid_ = m.digest()
- return self.uid_
-
- def set_inputs(self, inp):
- """
- Appends the nodes to the *inputs* list
-
- :param inp: input nodes
- :type inp: node or list of nodes
- """
- if isinstance(inp, list):
- self.inputs += inp
- else:
- self.inputs.append(inp)
-
- def set_outputs(self, out):
- """
- Appends the nodes to the *outputs* list
-
- :param out: output nodes
- :type out: node or list of nodes
- """
- if isinstance(out, list):
- self.outputs += out
- else:
- self.outputs.append(out)
-
- def set_run_after(self, task):
- """
- Run this task only after the given *task*.
-
- Calling this method from :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.runnable_status` may cause
- build deadlocks; see :py:meth:`waflib.Tools.fc.fc.runnable_status` for details.
-
- :param task: task
- :type task: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- assert isinstance(task, Task)
- self.run_after.add(task)
-
- def signature(self):
- """
- Task signatures are stored between build executions, they are use to track the changes
- made to the input nodes (not to the outputs!). The signature hashes data from various sources:
-
- * explicit dependencies: files listed in the inputs (list of node objects) :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.sig_explicit_deps`
- * implicit dependencies: list of nodes returned by scanner methods (when present) :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.sig_implicit_deps`
- * hashed data: variables/values read from task.vars/task.env :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.sig_vars`
-
- If the signature is expected to give a different result, clear the cache kept in ``self.cache_sig``::
-
- from waflib import Task
- class cls(Task.Task):
- def signature(self):
- sig = super(Task.Task, self).signature()
- delattr(self, 'cache_sig')
- return super(Task.Task, self).signature()
-
- :return: the signature value
- :rtype: string or bytes
- """
- try:
- return self.cache_sig
- except AttributeError:
- pass
-
- self.m = Utils.md5(self.hcode)
-
- # explicit deps
- self.sig_explicit_deps()
-
- # env vars
- self.sig_vars()
-
- # implicit deps / scanner results
- if self.scan:
- try:
- self.sig_implicit_deps()
- except Errors.TaskRescan:
- return self.signature()
-
- ret = self.cache_sig = self.m.digest()
- return ret
-
- def runnable_status(self):
- """
- Returns the Task status
-
- :return: a task state in :py:const:`waflib.Task.RUN_ME`,
- :py:const:`waflib.Task.SKIP_ME`, :py:const:`waflib.Task.CANCEL_ME` or :py:const:`waflib.Task.ASK_LATER`.
- :rtype: int
- """
- 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
-
- # compare the signature to a signature computed previously
- 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
- for node in self.outputs:
- sig = bld.node_sigs.get(node)
- if not sig:
- Logs.debug('task: task %r must run: an output node has no signature', self)
- return RUN_ME
- if sig != key:
- Logs.debug('task: task %r must run: an output node was produced by another task', self)
- return RUN_ME
- if not node.exists():
- Logs.debug('task: task %r must run: an output node does not exist', self)
- return RUN_ME
-
- return (self.always_run and RUN_ME) or SKIP_ME
-
- def post_run(self):
- """
- Called after successful execution to record that the task has run by
- updating the entry in :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.task_sigs`.
- """
- bld = self.generator.bld
- 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)
- bld.node_sigs[node] = self.uid() # make sure this task produced the files in question
- bld.task_sigs[self.uid()] = self.signature()
- if not self.keep_last_cmd:
- try:
- del self.last_cmd
- except AttributeError:
- pass
-
- def sig_explicit_deps(self):
- """
- Used by :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.signature`; it hashes :py:attr:`waflib.Task.Task.inputs`
- and :py:attr:`waflib.Task.Task.dep_nodes` signatures.
- """
- bld = self.generator.bld
- upd = self.m.update
-
- # the inputs
- for x in self.inputs + self.dep_nodes:
- upd(x.get_bld_sig())
-
- # manual dependencies, they can slow down the builds
- if bld.deps_man:
- additional_deps = bld.deps_man
- for x in self.inputs + self.outputs:
- try:
- d = additional_deps[x]
- except KeyError:
- continue
-
- for v in d:
- try:
- v = v.get_bld_sig()
- except AttributeError:
- if hasattr(v, '__call__'):
- v = v() # dependency is a function, call it
- upd(v)
-
- def sig_deep_inputs(self):
- """
- Enable rebuilds on input files task signatures. Not used by default.
-
- Example: hashes of output programs can be unchanged after being re-linked,
- despite the libraries being different. This method can thus prevent stale unit test
- results (waf_unit_test.py).
-
- Hashing input file timestamps is another possibility for the implementation.
- This may cause unnecessary rebuilds when input tasks are frequently executed.
- Here is an implementation example::
-
- lst = []
- for node in self.inputs + self.dep_nodes:
- st = os.stat(node.abspath())
- lst.append(st.st_mtime)
- lst.append(st.st_size)
- self.m.update(Utils.h_list(lst))
-
- The downside of the implementation is that it absolutely requires all build directory
- files to be declared within the current build.
- """
- bld = self.generator.bld
- lst = [bld.task_sigs[bld.node_sigs[node]] for node in (self.inputs + self.dep_nodes) if node.is_bld()]
- self.m.update(Utils.h_list(lst))
-
- def sig_vars(self):
- """
- Used by :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.signature`; it hashes :py:attr:`waflib.Task.Task.env` variables/values
- When overriding this method, and if scriptlet expressions are used, make sure to follow
- the code in :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.compile_sig_vars` to enable dependencies on scriptlet results.
-
- This method may be replaced on subclasses by the metaclass to force dependencies on scriptlet code.
- """
- sig = self.generator.bld.hash_env_vars(self.env, self.vars)
- self.m.update(sig)
-
- scan = None
- """
- This method, when provided, returns a tuple containing:
-
- * a list of nodes corresponding to real files
- * a list of names for files not found in path_lst
-
- For example::
-
- from waflib.Task import Task
- class mytask(Task):
- def scan(self, node):
- return ([], [])
-
- The first and second lists in the tuple are stored in :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.node_deps` and
- :py:attr:`waflib.Build.BuildContext.raw_deps` respectively.
- """
-
- def sig_implicit_deps(self):
- """
- Used by :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.signature`; it hashes node signatures
- obtained by scanning for dependencies (:py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.scan`).
-
- The exception :py:class:`waflib.Errors.TaskRescan` is thrown
- when a file has changed. In this case, the method :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.signature` is called
- once again, and return here to call :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.scan` and searching for dependencies.
- """
- bld = self.generator.bld
-
- # get the task signatures from previous runs
- key = self.uid()
- prev = bld.imp_sigs.get(key, [])
-
- # for issue #379
- if prev:
- try:
- if prev == self.compute_sig_implicit_deps():
- return prev
- except Errors.TaskNotReady:
- raise
- except EnvironmentError:
- # when a file was renamed, remove the stale nodes (headers in folders without source files)
- # this will break the order calculation for headers created during the build in the source directory (should be uncommon)
- # the behaviour will differ when top != out
- for x in bld.node_deps.get(self.uid(), []):
- if not x.is_bld() and not x.exists():
- try:
- del x.parent.children[x.name]
- except KeyError:
- pass
- del bld.imp_sigs[key]
- raise Errors.TaskRescan('rescan')
-
- # no previous run or the signature of the dependencies has changed, rescan the dependencies
- (bld.node_deps[key], bld.raw_deps[key]) = self.scan()
- if Logs.verbose:
- Logs.debug('deps: scanner for %s: %r; unresolved: %r', self, bld.node_deps[key], bld.raw_deps[key])
-
- # recompute the signature and return it
- try:
- bld.imp_sigs[key] = self.compute_sig_implicit_deps()
- except EnvironmentError:
- for k in bld.node_deps.get(self.uid(), []):
- if not k.exists():
- Logs.warn('Dependency %r for %r is missing: check the task declaration and the build order!', k, self)
- raise
-
- def compute_sig_implicit_deps(self):
- """
- Used by :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.sig_implicit_deps` for computing the actual hash of the
- :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` returned by the scanner.
-
- :return: a hash value for the implicit dependencies
- :rtype: string or bytes
- """
- upd = self.m.update
- self.are_implicit_nodes_ready()
-
- # scanner returns a node that does not have a signature
- # just *ignore* the error and let them figure out from the compiler output
- # waf -k behaviour
- for k in self.generator.bld.node_deps.get(self.uid(), []):
- upd(k.get_bld_sig())
- return self.m.digest()
-
- def are_implicit_nodes_ready(self):
- """
- For each node returned by the scanner, see if there is a task that creates it,
- and infer the build order
-
- This has a low performance impact on null builds (1.86s->1.66s) thanks to caching (28s->1.86s)
- """
- bld = self.generator.bld
- try:
- cache = bld.dct_implicit_nodes
- except AttributeError:
- bld.dct_implicit_nodes = cache = {}
-
- # one cache per build group
- try:
- dct = cache[bld.current_group]
- except KeyError:
- dct = cache[bld.current_group] = {}
- for tsk in bld.cur_tasks:
- for x in tsk.outputs:
- dct[x] = tsk
-
- modified = False
- for x in bld.node_deps.get(self.uid(), []):
- if x in dct:
- self.run_after.add(dct[x])
- modified = True
-
- if modified:
- for tsk in self.run_after:
- if not tsk.hasrun:
- #print "task is not ready..."
- raise Errors.TaskNotReady('not ready')
-if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000:
- def uid(self):
- try:
- return self.uid_
- except AttributeError:
- m = Utils.md5(self.__class__.__name__.encode('latin-1', 'xmlcharrefreplace'))
- up = m.update
- for x in self.inputs + self.outputs:
- up(x.abspath().encode('latin-1', 'xmlcharrefreplace'))
- self.uid_ = m.digest()
- return self.uid_
- uid.__doc__ = Task.uid.__doc__
- Task.uid = uid
-
-def is_before(t1, t2):
- """
- Returns a non-zero value if task t1 is to be executed before task t2::
-
- t1.ext_out = '.h'
- t2.ext_in = '.h'
- t2.after = ['t1']
- t1.before = ['t2']
- waflib.Task.is_before(t1, t2) # True
-
- :param t1: Task object
- :type t1: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- :param t2: Task object
- :type t2: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- to_list = Utils.to_list
- for k in to_list(t2.ext_in):
- if k in to_list(t1.ext_out):
- return 1
-
- if t1.__class__.__name__ in to_list(t2.after):
- return 1
-
- if t2.__class__.__name__ in to_list(t1.before):
- return 1
-
- return 0
-
-def set_file_constraints(tasks):
- """
- Updates the ``run_after`` attribute of all tasks based on the task inputs and outputs
-
- :param tasks: tasks
- :type tasks: list of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- ins = Utils.defaultdict(set)
- outs = Utils.defaultdict(set)
- for x in tasks:
- for a in x.inputs:
- ins[a].add(x)
- for a in x.dep_nodes:
- ins[a].add(x)
- for a in x.outputs:
- outs[a].add(x)
-
- links = set(ins.keys()).intersection(outs.keys())
- for k in links:
- for a in ins[k]:
- a.run_after.update(outs[k])
-
-
-class TaskGroup(object):
- """
- Wrap nxm task order constraints into a single object
- to prevent the creation of large list/set objects
-
- This is an optimization
- """
- def __init__(self, prev, next):
- self.prev = prev
- self.next = next
- self.done = False
-
- def get_hasrun(self):
- for k in self.prev:
- if not k.hasrun:
- return NOT_RUN
- return SUCCESS
-
- hasrun = property(get_hasrun, None)
-
-def set_precedence_constraints(tasks):
- """
- Updates the ``run_after`` attribute of all tasks based on the after/before/ext_out/ext_in attributes
-
- :param tasks: tasks
- :type tasks: list of :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- cstr_groups = Utils.defaultdict(list)
- for x in tasks:
- h = x.hash_constraints()
- cstr_groups[h].append(x)
-
- keys = list(cstr_groups.keys())
- maxi = len(keys)
-
- # this list should be short
- for i in range(maxi):
- t1 = cstr_groups[keys[i]][0]
- for j in range(i + 1, maxi):
- t2 = cstr_groups[keys[j]][0]
-
- # add the constraints based on the comparisons
- if is_before(t1, t2):
- a = i
- b = j
- elif is_before(t2, t1):
- a = j
- b = i
- else:
- continue
-
- a = cstr_groups[keys[a]]
- b = cstr_groups[keys[b]]
-
- if len(a) < 2 or len(b) < 2:
- for x in b:
- x.run_after.update(a)
- else:
- group = TaskGroup(set(a), set(b))
- for x in b:
- x.run_after.add(group)
-
-def funex(c):
- """
- Compiles a scriptlet expression into a Python function
-
- :param c: function to compile
- :type c: string
- :return: the function 'f' declared in the input string
- :rtype: function
- """
- dc = {}
- exec(c, dc)
- return dc['f']
-
-re_cond = re.compile(r'(?P<var>\w+)|(?P<or>\|)|(?P<and>&)')
-re_novar = re.compile(r'^(SRC|TGT)\W+.*?$')
-reg_act = re.compile(r'(?P<backslash>\\)|(?P<dollar>\$\$)|(?P<subst>\$\{(?P<var>\w+)(?P<code>.*?)\})', re.M)
-def compile_fun_shell(line):
- """
- Creates a compiled function to execute a process through a sub-shell
- """
- extr = []
- def repl(match):
- g = match.group
- if g('dollar'):
- return "$"
- elif g('backslash'):
- return '\\\\'
- elif g('subst'):
- extr.append((g('var'), g('code')))
- return "%s"
- return None
- line = reg_act.sub(repl, line) or line
- dvars = []
- def add_dvar(x):
- if x not in dvars:
- dvars.append(x)
-
- def replc(m):
- # performs substitutions and populates dvars
- if m.group('and'):
- return ' and '
- elif m.group('or'):
- return ' or '
- else:
- x = m.group('var')
- add_dvar(x)
- return 'env[%r]' % x
-
- parm = []
- app = parm.append
- for (var, meth) in extr:
- if var == 'SRC':
- if meth:
- app('tsk.inputs%s' % meth)
- else:
- app('" ".join([a.path_from(cwdx) for a in tsk.inputs])')
- elif var == 'TGT':
- if meth:
- app('tsk.outputs%s' % meth)
- else:
- app('" ".join([a.path_from(cwdx) for a in tsk.outputs])')
- elif meth:
- if meth.startswith(':'):
- add_dvar(var)
- m = meth[1:]
- if m == 'SRC':
- m = '[a.path_from(cwdx) for a in tsk.inputs]'
- elif m == 'TGT':
- m = '[a.path_from(cwdx) for a in tsk.outputs]'
- elif re_novar.match(m):
- m = '[tsk.inputs%s]' % m[3:]
- elif re_novar.match(m):
- m = '[tsk.outputs%s]' % m[3:]
- else:
- add_dvar(m)
- if m[:3] not in ('tsk', 'gen', 'bld'):
- m = '%r' % m
- app('" ".join(tsk.colon(%r, %s))' % (var, m))
- elif meth.startswith('?'):
- # In A?B|C output env.A if one of env.B or env.C is non-empty
- expr = re_cond.sub(replc, meth[1:])
- app('p(%r) if (%s) else ""' % (var, expr))
- else:
- call = '%s%s' % (var, meth)
- add_dvar(call)
- app(call)
- else:
- add_dvar(var)
- app("p('%s')" % var)
- if parm:
- parm = "%% (%s) " % (',\n\t\t'.join(parm))
- else:
- parm = ''
-
- c = COMPILE_TEMPLATE_SHELL % (line, parm)
- Logs.debug('action: %s', c.strip().splitlines())
- return (funex(c), dvars)
-
-reg_act_noshell = re.compile(r"(?P<space>\s+)|(?P<subst>\$\{(?P<var>\w+)(?P<code>.*?)\})|(?P<text>([^$ \t\n\r\f\v]|\$\$)+)", re.M)
-def compile_fun_noshell(line):
- """
- Creates a compiled function to execute a process without a sub-shell
- """
- buf = []
- dvars = []
- merge = False
- app = buf.append
-
- def add_dvar(x):
- if x not in dvars:
- dvars.append(x)
-
- def replc(m):
- # performs substitutions and populates dvars
- if m.group('and'):
- return ' and '
- elif m.group('or'):
- return ' or '
- else:
- x = m.group('var')
- add_dvar(x)
- return 'env[%r]' % x
-
- for m in reg_act_noshell.finditer(line):
- if m.group('space'):
- merge = False
- continue
- elif m.group('text'):
- app('[%r]' % m.group('text').replace('$$', '$'))
- elif m.group('subst'):
- var = m.group('var')
- code = m.group('code')
- if var == 'SRC':
- if code:
- app('[tsk.inputs%s]' % code)
- else:
- app('[a.path_from(cwdx) for a in tsk.inputs]')
- elif var == 'TGT':
- if code:
- app('[tsk.outputs%s]' % code)
- else:
- app('[a.path_from(cwdx) for a in tsk.outputs]')
- elif code:
- if code.startswith(':'):
- # a composed variable ${FOO:OUT}
- add_dvar(var)
- m = code[1:]
- if m == 'SRC':
- m = '[a.path_from(cwdx) for a in tsk.inputs]'
- elif m == 'TGT':
- m = '[a.path_from(cwdx) for a in tsk.outputs]'
- elif re_novar.match(m):
- m = '[tsk.inputs%s]' % m[3:]
- elif re_novar.match(m):
- m = '[tsk.outputs%s]' % m[3:]
- else:
- add_dvar(m)
- if m[:3] not in ('tsk', 'gen', 'bld'):
- m = '%r' % m
- app('tsk.colon(%r, %s)' % (var, m))
- elif code.startswith('?'):
- # In A?B|C output env.A if one of env.B or env.C is non-empty
- expr = re_cond.sub(replc, code[1:])
- app('to_list(env[%r] if (%s) else [])' % (var, expr))
- else:
- # plain code such as ${tsk.inputs[0].abspath()}
- call = '%s%s' % (var, code)
- add_dvar(call)
- app('to_list(%s)' % call)
- else:
- # a plain variable such as # a plain variable like ${AR}
- app('to_list(env[%r])' % var)
- add_dvar(var)
- if merge:
- tmp = 'merge(%s, %s)' % (buf[-2], buf[-1])
- del buf[-1]
- buf[-1] = tmp
- merge = True # next turn
-
- buf = ['lst.extend(%s)' % x for x in buf]
- fun = COMPILE_TEMPLATE_NOSHELL % "\n\t".join(buf)
- Logs.debug('action: %s', fun.strip().splitlines())
- return (funex(fun), dvars)
-
-def compile_fun(line, shell=False):
- """
- Parses a string expression such as '${CC} ${SRC} -o ${TGT}' and returns a pair containing:
-
- * The function created (compiled) for use as :py:meth:`waflib.Task.Task.run`
- * The list of variables that must cause rebuilds when *env* data is modified
-
- for example::
-
- from waflib.Task import compile_fun
- compile_fun('cxx', '${CXX} -o ${TGT[0]} ${SRC} -I ${SRC[0].parent.bldpath()}')
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(source='wscript', rule='echo "foo\\${SRC[0].name}\\bar"')
-
- The env variables (CXX, ..) on the task must not hold dicts so as to preserve a consistent order.
- The reserved keywords ``TGT`` and ``SRC`` represent the task input and output nodes
-
- """
- if isinstance(line, str):
- if line.find('<') > 0 or line.find('>') > 0 or line.find('&&') > 0:
- shell = True
- else:
- dvars_lst = []
- funs_lst = []
- for x in line:
- if isinstance(x, str):
- fun, dvars = compile_fun(x, shell)
- dvars_lst += dvars
- funs_lst.append(fun)
- else:
- # assume a function to let through
- funs_lst.append(x)
- def composed_fun(task):
- for x in funs_lst:
- ret = x(task)
- if ret:
- return ret
- return None
- return composed_fun, dvars_lst
- if shell:
- return compile_fun_shell(line)
- else:
- return compile_fun_noshell(line)
-
-def compile_sig_vars(vars):
- """
- This method produces a sig_vars method suitable for subclasses that provide
- scriptlet code in their run_str code.
- If no such method can be created, this method returns None.
-
- The purpose of the sig_vars method returned is to ensures
- that rebuilds occur whenever the contents of the expression changes.
- This is the case B below::
-
- import time
- # case A: regular variables
- tg = bld(rule='echo ${FOO}')
- tg.env.FOO = '%s' % time.time()
- # case B
- bld(rule='echo ${gen.foo}', foo='%s' % time.time())
-
- :param vars: env variables such as CXXFLAGS or gen.foo
- :type vars: list of string
- :return: A sig_vars method relevant for dependencies if adequate, else None
- :rtype: A function, or None in most cases
- """
- buf = []
- for x in sorted(vars):
- if x[:3] in ('tsk', 'gen', 'bld'):
- buf.append('buf.append(%s)' % x)
- if buf:
- return funex(COMPILE_TEMPLATE_SIG_VARS % '\n\t'.join(buf))
- return None
-
-def task_factory(name, func=None, vars=None, color='GREEN', ext_in=[], ext_out=[], before=[], after=[], shell=False, scan=None):
- """
- Returns a new task subclass with the function ``run`` compiled from the line given.
-
- :param func: method run
- :type func: string or function
- :param vars: list of variables to hash
- :type vars: list of string
- :param color: color to use
- :type color: string
- :param shell: when *func* is a string, enable/disable the use of the shell
- :type shell: bool
- :param scan: method scan
- :type scan: function
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
-
- params = {
- 'vars': vars or [], # function arguments are static, and this one may be modified by the class
- 'color': color,
- 'name': name,
- 'shell': shell,
- 'scan': scan,
- }
-
- if isinstance(func, str) or isinstance(func, tuple):
- params['run_str'] = func
- else:
- params['run'] = func
-
- cls = type(Task)(name, (Task,), params)
- classes[name] = cls
-
- if ext_in:
- cls.ext_in = Utils.to_list(ext_in)
- if ext_out:
- cls.ext_out = Utils.to_list(ext_out)
- if before:
- cls.before = Utils.to_list(before)
- if after:
- cls.after = Utils.to_list(after)
-
- return cls
-
-def deep_inputs(cls):
- """
- Task class decorator to enable rebuilds on input files task signatures
- """
- def sig_explicit_deps(self):
- Task.sig_explicit_deps(self)
- Task.sig_deep_inputs(self)
- cls.sig_explicit_deps = sig_explicit_deps
- return cls
-
-TaskBase = Task
-"Provided for compatibility reasons, TaskBase should not be used"
-
-class TaskSemaphore(object):
- """
- Task semaphores provide a simple and efficient way of throttling the amount of
- a particular task to run concurrently. The throttling value is capped
- by the amount of maximum jobs, so for example, a `TaskSemaphore(10)`
- has no effect in a `-j2` build.
-
- Task semaphores are typically specified on the task class level::
-
- class compile(waflib.Task.Task):
- semaphore = waflib.Task.TaskSemaphore(2)
- run_str = 'touch ${TGT}'
-
- Task semaphores are meant to be used by the build scheduler in the main
- thread, so there are no guarantees of thread safety.
- """
- def __init__(self, num):
- """
- :param num: maximum value of concurrent tasks
- :type num: int
- """
- self.num = num
- self.locking = set()
- self.waiting = set()
-
- def is_locked(self):
- """Returns True if this semaphore cannot be acquired by more tasks"""
- return len(self.locking) >= self.num
-
- def acquire(self, tsk):
- """
- Mark the semaphore as used by the given task (not re-entrant).
-
- :param tsk: task object
- :type tsk: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- :raises: :py:class:`IndexError` in case the resource is already acquired
- """
- if self.is_locked():
- raise IndexError('Cannot lock more %r' % self.locking)
- self.locking.add(tsk)
-
- def release(self, tsk):
- """
- Mark the semaphore as unused by the given task.
-
- :param tsk: task object
- :type tsk: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- :raises: :py:class:`KeyError` in case the resource is not acquired by the task
- """
- self.locking.remove(tsk)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/TaskGen.py b/pugl/waflib/TaskGen.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 532b7d5..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/TaskGen.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,917 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Task generators
-
-The class :py:class:`waflib.TaskGen.task_gen` encapsulates the creation of task objects (low-level code)
-The instances can have various parameters, but the creation of task nodes (Task.py)
-is deferred. To achieve this, various methods are called from the method "apply"
-"""
-
-import copy, re, os, functools
-from waflib import Task, Utils, Logs, Errors, ConfigSet, Node
-
-feats = Utils.defaultdict(set)
-"""remember the methods declaring features"""
-
-HEADER_EXTS = ['.h', '.hpp', '.hxx', '.hh']
-
-class task_gen(object):
- """
- Instances of this class create :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task` when
- calling the method :py:meth:`waflib.TaskGen.task_gen.post` from the main thread.
- A few notes:
-
- * The methods to call (*self.meths*) can be specified dynamically (removing, adding, ..)
- * The 'features' are used to add methods to self.meths and then execute them
- * The attribute 'path' is a node representing the location of the task generator
- * The tasks created are added to the attribute *tasks*
- * The attribute 'idx' is a counter of task generators in the same path
- """
-
- mappings = Utils.ordered_iter_dict()
- """Mappings are global file extension mappings that are retrieved in the order of definition"""
-
- prec = Utils.defaultdict(set)
- """Dict that holds the precedence execution rules for task generator methods"""
-
- def __init__(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Task generator objects predefine various attributes (source, target) for possible
- processing by process_rule (make-like rules) or process_source (extensions, misc methods)
-
- Tasks are stored on the attribute 'tasks'. They are created by calling methods
- listed in ``self.meths`` or referenced in the attribute ``features``
- A topological sort is performed to execute the methods in correct order.
-
- The extra key/value elements passed in ``kw`` are set as attributes
- """
- self.source = []
- self.target = ''
-
- self.meths = []
- """
- List of method names to execute (internal)
- """
-
- self.features = []
- """
- List of feature names for bringing new methods in
- """
-
- self.tasks = []
- """
- Tasks created are added to this list
- """
-
- if not 'bld' in kw:
- # task generators without a build context :-/
- self.env = ConfigSet.ConfigSet()
- self.idx = 0
- self.path = None
- else:
- self.bld = kw['bld']
- self.env = self.bld.env.derive()
- self.path = kw.get('path', self.bld.path) # by default, emulate chdir when reading scripts
-
- # Provide a unique index per folder
- # This is part of a measure to prevent output file name collisions
- path = self.path.abspath()
- try:
- self.idx = self.bld.idx[path] = self.bld.idx.get(path, 0) + 1
- except AttributeError:
- self.bld.idx = {}
- self.idx = self.bld.idx[path] = 1
-
- # Record the global task generator count
- try:
- self.tg_idx_count = self.bld.tg_idx_count = self.bld.tg_idx_count + 1
- except AttributeError:
- self.tg_idx_count = self.bld.tg_idx_count = 1
-
- for key, val in kw.items():
- setattr(self, key, val)
-
- def __str__(self):
- """Debugging helper"""
- return "<task_gen %r declared in %s>" % (self.name, self.path.abspath())
-
- def __repr__(self):
- """Debugging helper"""
- lst = []
- for x in self.__dict__:
- if x not in ('env', 'bld', 'compiled_tasks', 'tasks'):
- lst.append("%s=%s" % (x, repr(getattr(self, x))))
- return "bld(%s) in %s" % (", ".join(lst), self.path.abspath())
-
- def get_cwd(self):
- """
- Current working directory for the task generator, defaults to the build directory.
- This is still used in a few places but it should disappear at some point as the classes
- define their own working directory.
-
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- return self.bld.bldnode
-
- def get_name(self):
- """
- If the attribute ``name`` is not set on the instance,
- the name is computed from the target name::
-
- def build(bld):
- x = bld(name='foo')
- x.get_name() # foo
- y = bld(target='bar')
- y.get_name() # bar
-
- :rtype: string
- :return: name of this task generator
- """
- try:
- return self._name
- except AttributeError:
- if isinstance(self.target, list):
- lst = [str(x) for x in self.target]
- name = self._name = ','.join(lst)
- else:
- name = self._name = str(self.target)
- return name
- def set_name(self, name):
- self._name = name
-
- name = property(get_name, set_name)
-
- def to_list(self, val):
- """
- Ensures that a parameter is a list, see :py:func:`waflib.Utils.to_list`
-
- :type val: string or list of string
- :param val: input to return as a list
- :rtype: list
- """
- if isinstance(val, str):
- return val.split()
- else:
- return val
-
- def post(self):
- """
- Creates tasks for this task generators. The following operations are performed:
-
- #. The body of this method is called only once and sets the attribute ``posted``
- #. The attribute ``features`` is used to add more methods in ``self.meths``
- #. The methods are sorted by the precedence table ``self.prec`` or `:waflib:attr:waflib.TaskGen.task_gen.prec`
- #. The methods are then executed in order
- #. The tasks created are added to :py:attr:`waflib.TaskGen.task_gen.tasks`
- """
- if getattr(self, 'posted', None):
- return False
- self.posted = True
-
- keys = set(self.meths)
- keys.update(feats['*'])
-
- # add the methods listed in the features
- self.features = Utils.to_list(self.features)
- for x in self.features:
- st = feats[x]
- if st:
- keys.update(st)
- elif not x in Task.classes:
- Logs.warn('feature %r does not exist - bind at least one method to it?', x)
-
- # copy the precedence table
- prec = {}
- prec_tbl = self.prec
- for x in prec_tbl:
- if x in keys:
- prec[x] = prec_tbl[x]
-
- # elements disconnected
- tmp = []
- for a in keys:
- for x in prec.values():
- if a in x:
- break
- else:
- tmp.append(a)
-
- tmp.sort(reverse=True)
-
- # topological sort
- out = []
- while tmp:
- e = tmp.pop()
- if e in keys:
- out.append(e)
- try:
- nlst = prec[e]
- except KeyError:
- pass
- else:
- del prec[e]
- for x in nlst:
- for y in prec:
- if x in prec[y]:
- break
- else:
- tmp.append(x)
- tmp.sort(reverse=True)
-
- if prec:
- buf = ['Cycle detected in the method execution:']
- for k, v in prec.items():
- buf.append('- %s after %s' % (k, [x for x in v if x in prec]))
- raise Errors.WafError('\n'.join(buf))
- self.meths = out
-
- # then we run the methods in order
- Logs.debug('task_gen: posting %s %d', self, id(self))
- for x in out:
- try:
- v = getattr(self, x)
- except AttributeError:
- raise Errors.WafError('%r is not a valid task generator method' % x)
- Logs.debug('task_gen: -> %s (%d)', x, id(self))
- v()
-
- Logs.debug('task_gen: posted %s', self.name)
- return True
-
- def get_hook(self, node):
- """
- Returns the ``@extension`` method to call for a Node of a particular extension.
-
- :param node: Input file to process
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Tools.Node.Node`
- :return: A method able to process the input node by looking at the extension
- :rtype: function
- """
- name = node.name
- for k in self.mappings:
- try:
- if name.endswith(k):
- return self.mappings[k]
- except TypeError:
- # regexps objects
- if k.match(name):
- return self.mappings[k]
- keys = list(self.mappings.keys())
- raise Errors.WafError("File %r has no mapping in %r (load a waf tool?)" % (node, keys))
-
- def create_task(self, name, src=None, tgt=None, **kw):
- """
- Creates task instances.
-
- :param name: task class name
- :type name: string
- :param src: input nodes
- :type src: list of :py:class:`waflib.Tools.Node.Node`
- :param tgt: output nodes
- :type tgt: list of :py:class:`waflib.Tools.Node.Node`
- :return: A task object
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- task = Task.classes[name](env=self.env.derive(), generator=self)
- if src:
- task.set_inputs(src)
- if tgt:
- task.set_outputs(tgt)
- task.__dict__.update(kw)
- self.tasks.append(task)
- return task
-
- def clone(self, env):
- """
- Makes a copy of a task generator. Once the copy is made, it is necessary to ensure that the
- it does not create the same output files as the original, or the same files may
- be compiled several times.
-
- :param env: A configuration set
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- :return: A copy
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.TaskGen.task_gen`
- """
- newobj = self.bld()
- for x in self.__dict__:
- if x in ('env', 'bld'):
- continue
- elif x in ('path', 'features'):
- setattr(newobj, x, getattr(self, x))
- else:
- setattr(newobj, x, copy.copy(getattr(self, x)))
-
- newobj.posted = False
- if isinstance(env, str):
- newobj.env = self.bld.all_envs[env].derive()
- else:
- newobj.env = env.derive()
-
- return newobj
-
-def declare_chain(name='', rule=None, reentrant=None, color='BLUE',
- ext_in=[], ext_out=[], before=[], after=[], decider=None, scan=None, install_path=None, shell=False):
- """
- Creates a new mapping and a task class for processing files by extension.
- See Tools/flex.py for an example.
-
- :param name: name for the task class
- :type name: string
- :param rule: function to execute or string to be compiled in a function
- :type rule: string or function
- :param reentrant: re-inject the output file in the process (done automatically, set to 0 to disable)
- :type reentrant: int
- :param color: color for the task output
- :type color: string
- :param ext_in: execute the task only after the files of such extensions are created
- :type ext_in: list of string
- :param ext_out: execute the task only before files of such extensions are processed
- :type ext_out: list of string
- :param before: execute instances of this task before classes of the given names
- :type before: list of string
- :param after: execute instances of this task after classes of the given names
- :type after: list of string
- :param decider: if present, function that returns a list of output file extensions (overrides ext_out for output files, but not for the build order)
- :type decider: function
- :param scan: scanner function for the task
- :type scan: function
- :param install_path: installation path for the output nodes
- :type install_path: string
- """
- ext_in = Utils.to_list(ext_in)
- ext_out = Utils.to_list(ext_out)
- if not name:
- name = rule
- cls = Task.task_factory(name, rule, color=color, ext_in=ext_in, ext_out=ext_out, before=before, after=after, scan=scan, shell=shell)
-
- def x_file(self, node):
- if ext_in:
- _ext_in = ext_in[0]
-
- tsk = self.create_task(name, node)
- cnt = 0
-
- ext = decider(self, node) if decider else cls.ext_out
- for x in ext:
- k = node.change_ext(x, ext_in=_ext_in)
- tsk.outputs.append(k)
-
- if reentrant != None:
- if cnt < int(reentrant):
- self.source.append(k)
- else:
- # reinject downstream files into the build
- for y in self.mappings: # ~ nfile * nextensions :-/
- if k.name.endswith(y):
- self.source.append(k)
- break
- cnt += 1
-
- if install_path:
- self.install_task = self.add_install_files(install_to=install_path, install_from=tsk.outputs)
- return tsk
-
- for x in cls.ext_in:
- task_gen.mappings[x] = x_file
- return x_file
-
-def taskgen_method(func):
- """
- Decorator that registers method as a task generator method.
- The function must accept a task generator as first parameter::
-
- from waflib.TaskGen import taskgen_method
- @taskgen_method
- def mymethod(self):
- pass
-
- :param func: task generator method to add
- :type func: function
- :rtype: function
- """
- setattr(task_gen, func.__name__, func)
- return func
-
-def feature(*k):
- """
- Decorator that registers a task generator method that will be executed when the
- object attribute ``feature`` contains the corresponding key(s)::
-
- from waflib.Task import feature
- @feature('myfeature')
- def myfunction(self):
- print('that is my feature!')
- def build(bld):
- bld(features='myfeature')
-
- :param k: feature names
- :type k: list of string
- """
- def deco(func):
- setattr(task_gen, func.__name__, func)
- for name in k:
- feats[name].update([func.__name__])
- return func
- return deco
-
-def before_method(*k):
- """
- Decorator that registera task generator method which will be executed
- before the functions of given name(s)::
-
- from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before
- @feature('myfeature')
- @before_method('fun2')
- def fun1(self):
- print('feature 1!')
- @feature('myfeature')
- def fun2(self):
- print('feature 2!')
- def build(bld):
- bld(features='myfeature')
-
- :param k: method names
- :type k: list of string
- """
- def deco(func):
- setattr(task_gen, func.__name__, func)
- for fun_name in k:
- task_gen.prec[func.__name__].add(fun_name)
- return func
- return deco
-before = before_method
-
-def after_method(*k):
- """
- Decorator that registers a task generator method which will be executed
- after the functions of given name(s)::
-
- from waflib.TaskGen import feature, after
- @feature('myfeature')
- @after_method('fun2')
- def fun1(self):
- print('feature 1!')
- @feature('myfeature')
- def fun2(self):
- print('feature 2!')
- def build(bld):
- bld(features='myfeature')
-
- :param k: method names
- :type k: list of string
- """
- def deco(func):
- setattr(task_gen, func.__name__, func)
- for fun_name in k:
- task_gen.prec[fun_name].add(func.__name__)
- return func
- return deco
-after = after_method
-
-def extension(*k):
- """
- Decorator that registers a task generator method which will be invoked during
- the processing of source files for the extension given::
-
- from waflib import Task
- class mytask(Task):
- run_str = 'cp ${SRC} ${TGT}'
- @extension('.moo')
- def create_maa_file(self, node):
- self.create_task('mytask', node, node.change_ext('.maa'))
- def build(bld):
- bld(source='foo.moo')
- """
- def deco(func):
- setattr(task_gen, func.__name__, func)
- for x in k:
- task_gen.mappings[x] = func
- return func
- return deco
-
-@taskgen_method
-def to_nodes(self, lst, path=None):
- """
- Flatten the input list of string/nodes/lists into a list of nodes.
-
- It is used by :py:func:`waflib.TaskGen.process_source` and :py:func:`waflib.TaskGen.process_rule`.
- It is designed for source files, for folders, see :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.to_incnodes`:
-
- :param lst: input list
- :type lst: list of string and nodes
- :param path: path from which to search the nodes (by default, :py:attr:`waflib.TaskGen.task_gen.path`)
- :type path: :py:class:`waflib.Tools.Node.Node`
- :rtype: list of :py:class:`waflib.Tools.Node.Node`
- """
- tmp = []
- path = path or self.path
- find = path.find_resource
-
- if isinstance(lst, Node.Node):
- lst = [lst]
-
- for x in Utils.to_list(lst):
- if isinstance(x, str):
- node = find(x)
- elif hasattr(x, 'name'):
- node = x
- else:
- tmp.extend(self.to_nodes(x))
- continue
- if not node:
- raise Errors.WafError('source not found: %r in %r' % (x, self))
- tmp.append(node)
- return tmp
-
-@feature('*')
-def process_source(self):
- """
- Processes each element in the attribute ``source`` by extension.
-
- #. The *source* list is converted through :py:meth:`waflib.TaskGen.to_nodes` to a list of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` first.
- #. File extensions are mapped to methods having the signature: ``def meth(self, node)`` by :py:meth:`waflib.TaskGen.extension`
- #. The method is retrieved through :py:meth:`waflib.TaskGen.task_gen.get_hook`
- #. When called, the methods may modify self.source to append more source to process
- #. The mappings can map an extension or a filename (see the code below)
- """
- self.source = self.to_nodes(getattr(self, 'source', []))
- for node in self.source:
- self.get_hook(node)(self, node)
-
-@feature('*')
-@before_method('process_source')
-def process_rule(self):
- """
- Processes the attribute ``rule``. When present, :py:meth:`waflib.TaskGen.process_source` is disabled::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(rule='cp ${SRC} ${TGT}', source='wscript', target='bar.txt')
-
- Main attributes processed:
-
- * rule: command to execute, it can be a tuple of strings for multiple commands
- * chmod: permissions for the resulting files (integer value such as Utils.O755)
- * shell: set to False to execute the command directly (default is True to use a shell)
- * scan: scanner function
- * vars: list of variables to trigger rebuilds, such as CFLAGS
- * cls_str: string to display when executing the task
- * cls_keyword: label to display when executing the task
- * cache_rule: by default, try to re-use similar classes, set to False to disable
- * source: list of Node or string objects representing the source files required by this task
- * target: list of Node or string objects representing the files that this task creates
- * cwd: current working directory (Node or string)
- * stdout: standard output, set to None to prevent waf from capturing the text
- * stderr: standard error, set to None to prevent waf from capturing the text
- * timeout: timeout for command execution (Python 3)
- * always: whether to always run the command (False by default)
- * deep_inputs: whether the task must depend on the input file tasks too (False by default)
- """
- if not getattr(self, 'rule', None):
- return
-
- # create the task class
- name = str(getattr(self, 'name', None) or self.target or getattr(self.rule, '__name__', self.rule))
-
- # or we can put the class in a cache for performance reasons
- try:
- cache = self.bld.cache_rule_attr
- except AttributeError:
- cache = self.bld.cache_rule_attr = {}
-
- chmod = getattr(self, 'chmod', None)
- shell = getattr(self, 'shell', True)
- color = getattr(self, 'color', 'BLUE')
- scan = getattr(self, 'scan', None)
- _vars = getattr(self, 'vars', [])
- cls_str = getattr(self, 'cls_str', None)
- cls_keyword = getattr(self, 'cls_keyword', None)
- use_cache = getattr(self, 'cache_rule', 'True')
- deep_inputs = getattr(self, 'deep_inputs', False)
-
- scan_val = has_deps = hasattr(self, 'deps')
- if scan:
- scan_val = id(scan)
-
- key = Utils.h_list((name, self.rule, chmod, shell, color, cls_str, cls_keyword, scan_val, _vars, deep_inputs))
-
- cls = None
- if use_cache:
- try:
- cls = cache[key]
- except KeyError:
- pass
- if not cls:
- rule = self.rule
- if chmod is not None:
- def chmod_fun(tsk):
- for x in tsk.outputs:
- os.chmod(x.abspath(), tsk.generator.chmod)
- if isinstance(rule, tuple):
- rule = list(rule)
- rule.append(chmod_fun)
- rule = tuple(rule)
- else:
- rule = (rule, chmod_fun)
-
- cls = Task.task_factory(name, rule, _vars, shell=shell, color=color)
-
- if cls_str:
- setattr(cls, '__str__', self.cls_str)
-
- if cls_keyword:
- setattr(cls, 'keyword', self.cls_keyword)
-
- if deep_inputs:
- Task.deep_inputs(cls)
-
- if scan:
- cls.scan = self.scan
- elif has_deps:
- def scan(self):
- nodes = []
- for x in self.generator.to_list(getattr(self.generator, 'deps', None)):
- node = self.generator.path.find_resource(x)
- if not node:
- self.generator.bld.fatal('Could not find %r (was it declared?)' % x)
- nodes.append(node)
- return [nodes, []]
- cls.scan = scan
-
- if use_cache:
- cache[key] = cls
-
- # now create one instance
- tsk = self.create_task(name)
-
- for x in ('after', 'before', 'ext_in', 'ext_out'):
- setattr(tsk, x, getattr(self, x, []))
-
- if hasattr(self, 'stdout'):
- tsk.stdout = self.stdout
-
- if hasattr(self, 'stderr'):
- tsk.stderr = self.stderr
-
- if getattr(self, 'timeout', None):
- tsk.timeout = self.timeout
-
- if getattr(self, 'always', None):
- tsk.always_run = True
-
- if getattr(self, 'target', None):
- if isinstance(self.target, str):
- self.target = self.target.split()
- if not isinstance(self.target, list):
- self.target = [self.target]
- for x in self.target:
- if isinstance(x, str):
- tsk.outputs.append(self.path.find_or_declare(x))
- else:
- x.parent.mkdir() # if a node was given, create the required folders
- tsk.outputs.append(x)
- if getattr(self, 'install_path', None):
- self.install_task = self.add_install_files(install_to=self.install_path,
- install_from=tsk.outputs, chmod=getattr(self, 'chmod', Utils.O644))
-
- if getattr(self, 'source', None):
- tsk.inputs = self.to_nodes(self.source)
- # bypass the execution of process_source by setting the source to an empty list
- self.source = []
-
- if getattr(self, 'cwd', None):
- tsk.cwd = self.cwd
-
- if isinstance(tsk.run, functools.partial):
- # Python documentation says: "partial objects defined in classes
- # behave like static methods and do not transform into bound
- # methods during instance attribute look-up."
- tsk.run = functools.partial(tsk.run, tsk)
-
-@feature('seq')
-def sequence_order(self):
- """
- Adds a strict sequential constraint between the tasks generated by task generators.
- It works because task generators are posted in order.
- It will not post objects which belong to other folders.
-
- Example::
-
- bld(features='javac seq')
- bld(features='jar seq')
-
- To start a new sequence, set the attribute seq_start, for example::
-
- obj = bld(features='seq')
- obj.seq_start = True
-
- Note that the method is executed in last position. This is more an
- example than a widely-used solution.
- """
- if self.meths and self.meths[-1] != 'sequence_order':
- self.meths.append('sequence_order')
- return
-
- if getattr(self, 'seq_start', None):
- return
-
- # all the tasks previously declared must be run before these
- if getattr(self.bld, 'prev', None):
- self.bld.prev.post()
- for x in self.bld.prev.tasks:
- for y in self.tasks:
- y.set_run_after(x)
-
- self.bld.prev = self
-
-
-re_m4 = re.compile(r'@(\w+)@', re.M)
-
-class subst_pc(Task.Task):
- """
- Creates *.pc* files from *.pc.in*. The task is executed whenever an input variable used
- in the substitution changes.
- """
-
- def force_permissions(self):
- "Private for the time being, we will probably refactor this into run_str=[run1,chmod]"
- if getattr(self.generator, 'chmod', None):
- for x in self.outputs:
- os.chmod(x.abspath(), self.generator.chmod)
-
- def run(self):
- "Substitutes variables in a .in file"
-
- if getattr(self.generator, 'is_copy', None):
- for i, x in enumerate(self.outputs):
- x.write(self.inputs[i].read('rb'), 'wb')
- stat = os.stat(self.inputs[i].abspath()) # Preserve mtime of the copy
- os.utime(self.outputs[i].abspath(), (stat.st_atime, stat.st_mtime))
- self.force_permissions()
- return None
-
- if getattr(self.generator, 'fun', None):
- ret = self.generator.fun(self)
- if not ret:
- self.force_permissions()
- return ret
-
- code = self.inputs[0].read(encoding=getattr(self.generator, 'encoding', 'latin-1'))
- if getattr(self.generator, 'subst_fun', None):
- code = self.generator.subst_fun(self, code)
- if code is not None:
- self.outputs[0].write(code, encoding=getattr(self.generator, 'encoding', 'latin-1'))
- self.force_permissions()
- return None
-
- # replace all % by %% to prevent errors by % signs
- code = code.replace('%', '%%')
-
- # extract the vars foo into lst and replace @foo@ by %(foo)s
- lst = []
- def repl(match):
- g = match.group
- if g(1):
- lst.append(g(1))
- return "%%(%s)s" % g(1)
- return ''
- code = getattr(self.generator, 're_m4', re_m4).sub(repl, code)
-
- try:
- d = self.generator.dct
- except AttributeError:
- d = {}
- for x in lst:
- tmp = getattr(self.generator, x, '') or self.env[x] or self.env[x.upper()]
- try:
- tmp = ''.join(tmp)
- except TypeError:
- tmp = str(tmp)
- d[x] = tmp
-
- code = code % d
- self.outputs[0].write(code, encoding=getattr(self.generator, 'encoding', 'latin-1'))
- self.generator.bld.raw_deps[self.uid()] = lst
-
- # make sure the signature is updated
- try:
- delattr(self, 'cache_sig')
- except AttributeError:
- pass
-
- self.force_permissions()
-
- def sig_vars(self):
- """
- Compute a hash (signature) of the variables used in the substitution
- """
- bld = self.generator.bld
- env = self.env
- upd = self.m.update
-
- if getattr(self.generator, 'fun', None):
- upd(Utils.h_fun(self.generator.fun).encode())
- if getattr(self.generator, 'subst_fun', None):
- upd(Utils.h_fun(self.generator.subst_fun).encode())
-
- # raw_deps: persistent custom values returned by the scanner
- vars = self.generator.bld.raw_deps.get(self.uid(), [])
-
- # hash both env vars and task generator attributes
- act_sig = bld.hash_env_vars(env, vars)
- upd(act_sig)
-
- lst = [getattr(self.generator, x, '') for x in vars]
- upd(Utils.h_list(lst))
-
- return self.m.digest()
-
-@extension('.pc.in')
-def add_pcfile(self, node):
- """
- Processes *.pc.in* files to *.pc*. Installs the results to ``${PREFIX}/lib/pkgconfig/`` by default
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(source='foo.pc.in', install_path='${LIBDIR}/pkgconfig/')
- """
- tsk = self.create_task('subst_pc', node, node.change_ext('.pc', '.pc.in'))
- self.install_task = self.add_install_files(
- install_to=getattr(self, 'install_path', '${LIBDIR}/pkgconfig/'), install_from=tsk.outputs)
-
-class subst(subst_pc):
- pass
-
-@feature('subst')
-@before_method('process_source', 'process_rule')
-def process_subst(self):
- """
- Defines a transformation that substitutes the contents of *source* files to *target* files::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(
- features='subst',
- source='foo.c.in',
- target='foo.c',
- install_path='${LIBDIR}/pkgconfig',
- VAR = 'val'
- )
-
- The input files are supposed to contain macros of the form *@VAR@*, where *VAR* is an argument
- of the task generator object.
-
- This method overrides the processing by :py:meth:`waflib.TaskGen.process_source`.
- """
-
- src = Utils.to_list(getattr(self, 'source', []))
- if isinstance(src, Node.Node):
- src = [src]
- tgt = Utils.to_list(getattr(self, 'target', []))
- if isinstance(tgt, Node.Node):
- tgt = [tgt]
- if len(src) != len(tgt):
- raise Errors.WafError('invalid number of source/target for %r' % self)
-
- for x, y in zip(src, tgt):
- if not x or not y:
- raise Errors.WafError('null source or target for %r' % self)
- a, b = None, None
-
- if isinstance(x, str) and isinstance(y, str) and x == y:
- a = self.path.find_node(x)
- b = self.path.get_bld().make_node(y)
- if not os.path.isfile(b.abspath()):
- b.parent.mkdir()
- else:
- if isinstance(x, str):
- a = self.path.find_resource(x)
- elif isinstance(x, Node.Node):
- a = x
- if isinstance(y, str):
- b = self.path.find_or_declare(y)
- elif isinstance(y, Node.Node):
- b = y
-
- if not a:
- raise Errors.WafError('could not find %r for %r' % (x, self))
-
- tsk = self.create_task('subst', a, b)
- for k in ('after', 'before', 'ext_in', 'ext_out'):
- val = getattr(self, k, None)
- if val:
- setattr(tsk, k, val)
-
- # paranoid safety measure for the general case foo.in->foo.h with ambiguous dependencies
- for xt in HEADER_EXTS:
- if b.name.endswith(xt):
- tsk.ext_in = tsk.ext_in + ['.h']
- break
-
- inst_to = getattr(self, 'install_path', None)
- if inst_to:
- self.install_task = self.add_install_files(install_to=inst_to,
- install_from=b, chmod=getattr(self, 'chmod', Utils.O644))
-
- self.source = []
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/__init__.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/__init__.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 079df35..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/__init__.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,3 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/ar.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/ar.py
deleted file mode 100644
index b39b645..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/ar.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,24 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-# Ralf Habacker, 2006 (rh)
-
-"""
-The **ar** program creates static libraries. This tool is almost always loaded
-from others (C, C++, D, etc) for static library support.
-"""
-
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_ar(conf):
- """Configuration helper used by C/C++ tools to enable the support for static libraries"""
- conf.load('ar')
-
-def configure(conf):
- """Finds the ar program and sets the default flags in ``conf.env.ARFLAGS``"""
- conf.find_program('ar', var='AR')
- conf.add_os_flags('ARFLAGS')
- if not conf.env.ARFLAGS:
- conf.env.ARFLAGS = ['rcs']
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/asm.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/asm.py
deleted file mode 100644
index b6f26fb..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/asm.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,73 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2008-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Assembly support, used by tools such as gas and nasm
-
-To declare targets using assembly::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.load('gcc gas')
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(
- features='c cstlib asm',
- source = 'test.S',
- target = 'asmtest')
-
- bld(
- features='asm asmprogram',
- source = 'test.S',
- target = 'asmtest')
-
-Support for pure asm programs and libraries should also work::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.load('nasm')
- conf.find_program('ld', 'ASLINK')
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(
- features='asm asmprogram',
- source = 'test.S',
- target = 'asmtest')
-"""
-
-from waflib import Task
-from waflib.Tools.ccroot import link_task, stlink_task
-from waflib.TaskGen import extension
-
-class asm(Task.Task):
- """
- Compiles asm files by gas/nasm/yasm/...
- """
- color = 'BLUE'
- run_str = '${AS} ${ASFLAGS} ${ASMPATH_ST:INCPATHS} ${DEFINES_ST:DEFINES} ${AS_SRC_F}${SRC} ${AS_TGT_F}${TGT}'
-
-@extension('.s', '.S', '.asm', '.ASM', '.spp', '.SPP')
-def asm_hook(self, node):
- """
- Binds the asm extension to the asm task
-
- :param node: input file
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- return self.create_compiled_task('asm', node)
-
-class asmprogram(link_task):
- "Links object files into a c program"
- run_str = '${ASLINK} ${ASLINKFLAGS} ${ASLNK_TGT_F}${TGT} ${ASLNK_SRC_F}${SRC}'
- ext_out = ['.bin']
- inst_to = '${BINDIR}'
-
-class asmshlib(asmprogram):
- "Links object files into a c shared library"
- inst_to = '${LIBDIR}'
-
-class asmstlib(stlink_task):
- "Links object files into a c static library"
- pass # do not remove
-
-def configure(conf):
- conf.env.ASMPATH_ST = '-I%s'
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/bison.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/bison.py
deleted file mode 100644
index eef56dc..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/bison.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,49 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# John O'Meara, 2006
-# Thomas Nagy 2009-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-The **bison** program is a code generator which creates C or C++ files.
-The generated files are compiled into object files.
-"""
-
-from waflib import Task
-from waflib.TaskGen import extension
-
-class bison(Task.Task):
- """Compiles bison files"""
- color = 'BLUE'
- run_str = '${BISON} ${BISONFLAGS} ${SRC[0].abspath()} -o ${TGT[0].name}'
- ext_out = ['.h'] # just to make sure
-
-@extension('.y', '.yc', '.yy')
-def big_bison(self, node):
- """
- Creates a bison task, which must be executed from the directory of the output file.
- """
- has_h = '-d' in self.env.BISONFLAGS
-
- outs = []
- if node.name.endswith('.yc'):
- outs.append(node.change_ext('.tab.cc'))
- if has_h:
- outs.append(node.change_ext('.tab.hh'))
- else:
- outs.append(node.change_ext('.tab.c'))
- if has_h:
- outs.append(node.change_ext('.tab.h'))
-
- tsk = self.create_task('bison', node, outs)
- tsk.cwd = node.parent.get_bld()
-
- # and the c/cxx file must be compiled too
- self.source.append(outs[0])
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Detects the *bison* program
- """
- conf.find_program('bison', var='BISON')
- conf.env.BISONFLAGS = ['-d']
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/c.py
deleted file mode 100644
index effd6b6..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,39 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-
-"Base for c programs/libraries"
-
-from waflib import TaskGen, Task
-from waflib.Tools import c_preproc
-from waflib.Tools.ccroot import link_task, stlink_task
-
-@TaskGen.extension('.c')
-def c_hook(self, node):
- "Binds the c file extensions create :py:class:`waflib.Tools.c.c` instances"
- if not self.env.CC and self.env.CXX:
- return self.create_compiled_task('cxx', node)
- return self.create_compiled_task('c', node)
-
-class c(Task.Task):
- "Compiles C files into object files"
- run_str = '${CC} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${CFLAGS} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${CPPPATH_ST:INCPATHS} ${DEFINES_ST:DEFINES} ${CC_SRC_F}${SRC} ${CC_TGT_F}${TGT[0].abspath()} ${CPPFLAGS}'
- vars = ['CCDEPS'] # unused variable to depend on, just in case
- ext_in = ['.h'] # set the build order easily by using ext_out=['.h']
- scan = c_preproc.scan
-
-class cprogram(link_task):
- "Links object files into c programs"
- run_str = '${LINK_CC} ${LINKFLAGS} ${CCLNK_SRC_F}${SRC} ${CCLNK_TGT_F}${TGT[0].abspath()} ${RPATH_ST:RPATH} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${FRAMEWORK_ST:FRAMEWORK} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${STLIB_MARKER} ${STLIBPATH_ST:STLIBPATH} ${STLIB_ST:STLIB} ${SHLIB_MARKER} ${LIBPATH_ST:LIBPATH} ${LIB_ST:LIB} ${LDFLAGS}'
- ext_out = ['.bin']
- vars = ['LINKDEPS']
- inst_to = '${BINDIR}'
-
-class cshlib(cprogram):
- "Links object files into c shared libraries"
- inst_to = '${LIBDIR}'
-
-class cstlib(stlink_task):
- "Links object files into a c static libraries"
- pass # do not remove
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_aliases.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_aliases.py
deleted file mode 100644
index c9d5369..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_aliases.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,144 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2015 (ita)
-
-"base for all c/c++ programs and libraries"
-
-from waflib import Utils, Errors
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-def get_extensions(lst):
- """
- Returns the file extensions for the list of files given as input
-
- :param lst: files to process
- :list lst: list of string or :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :return: list of file extensions
- :rtype: list of string
- """
- ret = []
- for x in Utils.to_list(lst):
- if not isinstance(x, str):
- x = x.name
- ret.append(x[x.rfind('.') + 1:])
- return ret
-
-def sniff_features(**kw):
- """
- Computes and returns the features required for a task generator by
- looking at the file extensions. This aimed for C/C++ mainly::
-
- snif_features(source=['foo.c', 'foo.cxx'], type='shlib')
- # returns ['cxx', 'c', 'cxxshlib', 'cshlib']
-
- :param source: source files to process
- :type source: list of string or :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :param type: object type in *program*, *shlib* or *stlib*
- :type type: string
- :return: the list of features for a task generator processing the source files
- :rtype: list of string
- """
- exts = get_extensions(kw['source'])
- typ = kw['typ']
- feats = []
-
- # watch the order, cxx will have the precedence
- for x in 'cxx cpp c++ cc C'.split():
- if x in exts:
- feats.append('cxx')
- break
-
- if 'c' in exts or 'vala' in exts or 'gs' in exts:
- feats.append('c')
-
- for x in 'f f90 F F90 for FOR'.split():
- if x in exts:
- feats.append('fc')
- break
-
- if 'd' in exts:
- feats.append('d')
-
- if 'java' in exts:
- feats.append('java')
- return 'java'
-
- if typ in ('program', 'shlib', 'stlib'):
- will_link = False
- for x in feats:
- if x in ('cxx', 'd', 'fc', 'c'):
- feats.append(x + typ)
- will_link = True
- if not will_link and not kw.get('features', []):
- raise Errors.WafError('Cannot link from %r, try passing eg: features="c cprogram"?' % kw)
- return feats
-
-def set_features(kw, typ):
- """
- Inserts data in the input dict *kw* based on existing data and on the type of target
- required (typ).
-
- :param kw: task generator parameters
- :type kw: dict
- :param typ: type of target
- :type typ: string
- """
- kw['typ'] = typ
- kw['features'] = Utils.to_list(kw.get('features', [])) + Utils.to_list(sniff_features(**kw))
-
-@conf
-def program(bld, *k, **kw):
- """
- Alias for creating programs by looking at the file extensions::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.program(source='foo.c', target='app')
- # equivalent to:
- # bld(features='c cprogram', source='foo.c', target='app')
-
- """
- set_features(kw, 'program')
- return bld(*k, **kw)
-
-@conf
-def shlib(bld, *k, **kw):
- """
- Alias for creating shared libraries by looking at the file extensions::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.shlib(source='foo.c', target='app')
- # equivalent to:
- # bld(features='c cshlib', source='foo.c', target='app')
-
- """
- set_features(kw, 'shlib')
- return bld(*k, **kw)
-
-@conf
-def stlib(bld, *k, **kw):
- """
- Alias for creating static libraries by looking at the file extensions::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.stlib(source='foo.cpp', target='app')
- # equivalent to:
- # bld(features='cxx cxxstlib', source='foo.cpp', target='app')
-
- """
- set_features(kw, 'stlib')
- return bld(*k, **kw)
-
-@conf
-def objects(bld, *k, **kw):
- """
- Alias for creating object files by looking at the file extensions::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.objects(source='foo.c', target='app')
- # equivalent to:
- # bld(features='c', source='foo.c', target='app')
-
- """
- set_features(kw, 'objects')
- return bld(*k, **kw)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_config.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_config.py
deleted file mode 100644
index d546be9..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_config.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1351 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-C/C++/D configuration helpers
-"""
-
-from __future__ import with_statement
-
-import os, re, shlex
-from waflib import Build, Utils, Task, Options, Logs, Errors, Runner
-from waflib.TaskGen import after_method, feature
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-WAF_CONFIG_H = 'config.h'
-"""default name for the config.h file"""
-
-DEFKEYS = 'define_key'
-INCKEYS = 'include_key'
-
-SNIP_EMPTY_PROGRAM = '''
-int main(int argc, char **argv) {
- (void)argc; (void)argv;
- return 0;
-}
-'''
-
-MACRO_TO_DESTOS = {
-'__linux__' : 'linux',
-'__GNU__' : 'gnu', # hurd
-'__FreeBSD__' : 'freebsd',
-'__NetBSD__' : 'netbsd',
-'__OpenBSD__' : 'openbsd',
-'__sun' : 'sunos',
-'__hpux' : 'hpux',
-'__sgi' : 'irix',
-'_AIX' : 'aix',
-'__CYGWIN__' : 'cygwin',
-'__MSYS__' : 'cygwin',
-'_UWIN' : 'uwin',
-'_WIN64' : 'win32',
-'_WIN32' : 'win32',
-# Note about darwin: this is also tested with 'defined __APPLE__ && defined __MACH__' somewhere below in this file.
-'__ENVIRONMENT_MAC_OS_X_VERSION_MIN_REQUIRED__' : 'darwin',
-'__ENVIRONMENT_IPHONE_OS_VERSION_MIN_REQUIRED__' : 'darwin', # iphone
-'__QNX__' : 'qnx',
-'__native_client__' : 'nacl' # google native client platform
-}
-
-MACRO_TO_DEST_CPU = {
-'__x86_64__' : 'x86_64',
-'__amd64__' : 'x86_64',
-'__i386__' : 'x86',
-'__ia64__' : 'ia',
-'__mips__' : 'mips',
-'__sparc__' : 'sparc',
-'__alpha__' : 'alpha',
-'__aarch64__' : 'aarch64',
-'__thumb__' : 'thumb',
-'__arm__' : 'arm',
-'__hppa__' : 'hppa',
-'__powerpc__' : 'powerpc',
-'__ppc__' : 'powerpc',
-'__convex__' : 'convex',
-'__m68k__' : 'm68k',
-'__s390x__' : 's390x',
-'__s390__' : 's390',
-'__sh__' : 'sh',
-'__xtensa__' : 'xtensa',
-}
-
-@conf
-def parse_flags(self, line, uselib_store, env=None, force_static=False, posix=None):
- """
- Parses flags from the input lines, and adds them to the relevant use variables::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.parse_flags('-O3', 'FOO')
- # conf.env.CXXFLAGS_FOO = ['-O3']
- # conf.env.CFLAGS_FOO = ['-O3']
-
- :param line: flags
- :type line: string
- :param uselib_store: where to add the flags
- :type uselib_store: string
- :param env: config set or conf.env by default
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- """
-
- assert(isinstance(line, str))
-
- env = env or self.env
-
- # Issue 811 and 1371
- if posix is None:
- posix = True
- if '\\' in line:
- posix = ('\\ ' in line) or ('\\\\' in line)
-
- lex = shlex.shlex(line, posix=posix)
- lex.whitespace_split = True
- lex.commenters = ''
- lst = list(lex)
-
- # append_unique is not always possible
- # for example, apple flags may require both -arch i386 and -arch ppc
- uselib = uselib_store
- def app(var, val):
- env.append_value('%s_%s' % (var, uselib), val)
- def appu(var, val):
- env.append_unique('%s_%s' % (var, uselib), val)
- static = False
- while lst:
- x = lst.pop(0)
- st = x[:2]
- ot = x[2:]
-
- if st == '-I' or st == '/I':
- if not ot:
- ot = lst.pop(0)
- appu('INCLUDES', ot)
- elif st == '-i':
- tmp = [x, lst.pop(0)]
- app('CFLAGS', tmp)
- app('CXXFLAGS', tmp)
- elif st == '-D' or (env.CXX_NAME == 'msvc' and st == '/D'): # not perfect but..
- if not ot:
- ot = lst.pop(0)
- app('DEFINES', ot)
- elif st == '-l':
- if not ot:
- ot = lst.pop(0)
- prefix = 'STLIB' if (force_static or static) else 'LIB'
- app(prefix, ot)
- elif st == '-L':
- if not ot:
- ot = lst.pop(0)
- prefix = 'STLIBPATH' if (force_static or static) else 'LIBPATH'
- appu(prefix, ot)
- elif x.startswith('/LIBPATH:'):
- prefix = 'STLIBPATH' if (force_static or static) else 'LIBPATH'
- appu(prefix, x.replace('/LIBPATH:', ''))
- elif x.startswith('-std='):
- prefix = 'CXXFLAGS' if '++' in x else 'CFLAGS'
- app(prefix, x)
- elif x.startswith('+') or x in ('-pthread', '-fPIC', '-fpic', '-fPIE', '-fpie'):
- app('CFLAGS', x)
- app('CXXFLAGS', x)
- app('LINKFLAGS', x)
- elif x == '-framework':
- appu('FRAMEWORK', lst.pop(0))
- elif x.startswith('-F'):
- appu('FRAMEWORKPATH', x[2:])
- elif x == '-Wl,-rpath' or x == '-Wl,-R':
- app('RPATH', lst.pop(0).lstrip('-Wl,'))
- elif x.startswith('-Wl,-R,'):
- app('RPATH', x[7:])
- elif x.startswith('-Wl,-R'):
- app('RPATH', x[6:])
- elif x.startswith('-Wl,-rpath,'):
- app('RPATH', x[11:])
- elif x == '-Wl,-Bstatic' or x == '-Bstatic':
- static = True
- elif x == '-Wl,-Bdynamic' or x == '-Bdynamic':
- static = False
- elif x.startswith('-Wl') or x in ('-rdynamic', '-pie'):
- app('LINKFLAGS', x)
- elif x.startswith(('-m', '-f', '-dynamic', '-O', '-g')):
- # Adding the -W option breaks python builds on Openindiana
- app('CFLAGS', x)
- app('CXXFLAGS', x)
- elif x.startswith('-bundle'):
- app('LINKFLAGS', x)
- elif x.startswith(('-undefined', '-Xlinker')):
- arg = lst.pop(0)
- app('LINKFLAGS', [x, arg])
- elif x.startswith(('-arch', '-isysroot')):
- tmp = [x, lst.pop(0)]
- app('CFLAGS', tmp)
- app('CXXFLAGS', tmp)
- app('LINKFLAGS', tmp)
- elif x.endswith(('.a', '.so', '.dylib', '.lib')):
- appu('LINKFLAGS', x) # not cool, #762
- else:
- self.to_log('Unhandled flag %r' % x)
-
-@conf
-def validate_cfg(self, kw):
- """
- Searches for the program *pkg-config* if missing, and validates the
- parameters to pass to :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.exec_cfg`.
-
- :param path: the **-config program to use** (default is *pkg-config*)
- :type path: list of string
- :param msg: message to display to describe the test executed
- :type msg: string
- :param okmsg: message to display when the test is successful
- :type okmsg: string
- :param errmsg: message to display in case of error
- :type errmsg: string
- """
- if not 'path' in kw:
- if not self.env.PKGCONFIG:
- self.find_program('pkg-config', var='PKGCONFIG')
- kw['path'] = self.env.PKGCONFIG
-
- # verify that exactly one action is requested
- s = ('atleast_pkgconfig_version' in kw) + ('modversion' in kw) + ('package' in kw)
- if s != 1:
- raise ValueError('exactly one of atleast_pkgconfig_version, modversion and package must be set')
- if not 'msg' in kw:
- if 'atleast_pkgconfig_version' in kw:
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for pkg-config version >= %r' % kw['atleast_pkgconfig_version']
- elif 'modversion' in kw:
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for %r version' % kw['modversion']
- else:
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for %r' %(kw['package'])
-
- # let the modversion check set the okmsg to the detected version
- if not 'okmsg' in kw and not 'modversion' in kw:
- kw['okmsg'] = 'yes'
- if not 'errmsg' in kw:
- kw['errmsg'] = 'not found'
-
- # pkg-config version
- if 'atleast_pkgconfig_version' in kw:
- pass
- elif 'modversion' in kw:
- if not 'uselib_store' in kw:
- kw['uselib_store'] = kw['modversion']
- if not 'define_name' in kw:
- kw['define_name'] = '%s_VERSION' % Utils.quote_define_name(kw['uselib_store'])
- else:
- if not 'uselib_store' in kw:
- kw['uselib_store'] = Utils.to_list(kw['package'])[0].upper()
- if not 'define_name' in kw:
- kw['define_name'] = self.have_define(kw['uselib_store'])
-
-@conf
-def exec_cfg(self, kw):
- """
- Executes ``pkg-config`` or other ``-config`` applications to collect configuration flags:
-
- * if atleast_pkgconfig_version is given, check that pkg-config has the version n and return
- * if modversion is given, then return the module version
- * else, execute the *-config* program with the *args* and *variables* given, and set the flags on the *conf.env.FLAGS_name* variable
-
- :param atleast_pkgconfig_version: minimum pkg-config version to use (disable other tests)
- :type atleast_pkgconfig_version: string
- :param package: package name, for example *gtk+-2.0*
- :type package: string
- :param uselib_store: if the test is successful, define HAVE\\_*name*. It is also used to define *conf.env.FLAGS_name* variables.
- :type uselib_store: string
- :param modversion: if provided, return the version of the given module and define *name*\\_VERSION
- :type modversion: string
- :param args: arguments to give to *package* when retrieving flags
- :type args: list of string
- :param variables: return the values of particular variables
- :type variables: list of string
- :param define_variable: additional variables to define (also in conf.env.PKG_CONFIG_DEFINES)
- :type define_variable: dict(string: string)
- """
-
- path = Utils.to_list(kw['path'])
- env = self.env.env or None
- if kw.get('pkg_config_path'):
- if not env:
- env = dict(self.environ)
- env['PKG_CONFIG_PATH'] = kw['pkg_config_path']
-
- def define_it():
- define_name = kw['define_name']
- # by default, add HAVE_X to the config.h, else provide DEFINES_X for use=X
- if kw.get('global_define', 1):
- self.define(define_name, 1, False)
- else:
- self.env.append_unique('DEFINES_%s' % kw['uselib_store'], "%s=1" % define_name)
-
- if kw.get('add_have_to_env', 1):
- self.env[define_name] = 1
-
- # pkg-config version
- if 'atleast_pkgconfig_version' in kw:
- cmd = path + ['--atleast-pkgconfig-version=%s' % kw['atleast_pkgconfig_version']]
- self.cmd_and_log(cmd, env=env)
- return
-
- # single version for a module
- if 'modversion' in kw:
- version = self.cmd_and_log(path + ['--modversion', kw['modversion']], env=env).strip()
- if not 'okmsg' in kw:
- kw['okmsg'] = version
- self.define(kw['define_name'], version)
- return version
-
- lst = [] + path
-
- defi = kw.get('define_variable')
- if not defi:
- defi = self.env.PKG_CONFIG_DEFINES or {}
- for key, val in defi.items():
- lst.append('--define-variable=%s=%s' % (key, val))
-
- static = kw.get('force_static', False)
- if 'args' in kw:
- args = Utils.to_list(kw['args'])
- if '--static' in args or '--static-libs' in args:
- static = True
- lst += args
-
- # tools like pkgconf expect the package argument after the -- ones -_-
- lst.extend(Utils.to_list(kw['package']))
-
- # retrieving variables of a module
- if 'variables' in kw:
- v_env = kw.get('env', self.env)
- vars = Utils.to_list(kw['variables'])
- for v in vars:
- val = self.cmd_and_log(lst + ['--variable=' + v], env=env).strip()
- var = '%s_%s' % (kw['uselib_store'], v)
- v_env[var] = val
- return
-
- # so we assume the command-line will output flags to be parsed afterwards
- ret = self.cmd_and_log(lst, env=env)
-
- define_it()
- self.parse_flags(ret, kw['uselib_store'], kw.get('env', self.env), force_static=static, posix=kw.get('posix'))
- return ret
-
-@conf
-def check_cfg(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Checks for configuration flags using a **-config**-like program (pkg-config, sdl-config, etc).
- This wraps internal calls to :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.validate_cfg` and :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.exec_cfg`
-
- A few examples::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.load('compiler_c')
- conf.check_cfg(package='glib-2.0', args='--libs --cflags')
- conf.check_cfg(package='pango')
- conf.check_cfg(package='pango', uselib_store='MYPANGO', args=['--cflags', '--libs'])
- conf.check_cfg(package='pango',
- args=['pango >= 0.1.0', 'pango < 9.9.9', '--cflags', '--libs'],
- msg="Checking for 'pango 0.1.0'")
- conf.check_cfg(path='sdl-config', args='--cflags --libs', package='', uselib_store='SDL')
- conf.check_cfg(path='mpicc', args='--showme:compile --showme:link',
- package='', uselib_store='OPEN_MPI', mandatory=False)
- # variables
- conf.check_cfg(package='gtk+-2.0', variables=['includedir', 'prefix'], uselib_store='FOO')
- print(conf.env.FOO_includedir)
- """
- self.validate_cfg(kw)
- if 'msg' in kw:
- self.start_msg(kw['msg'], **kw)
- ret = None
- try:
- ret = self.exec_cfg(kw)
- except self.errors.WafError as e:
- if 'errmsg' in kw:
- self.end_msg(kw['errmsg'], 'YELLOW', **kw)
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- self.to_log('Command failure: %s' % e)
- self.fatal('The configuration failed')
- else:
- if not ret:
- ret = True
- kw['success'] = ret
- if 'okmsg' in kw:
- self.end_msg(self.ret_msg(kw['okmsg'], kw), **kw)
-
- return ret
-
-def build_fun(bld):
- """
- Build function that is used for running configuration tests with ``conf.check()``
- """
- if bld.kw['compile_filename']:
- node = bld.srcnode.make_node(bld.kw['compile_filename'])
- node.write(bld.kw['code'])
-
- o = bld(features=bld.kw['features'], source=bld.kw['compile_filename'], target='testprog')
-
- for k, v in bld.kw.items():
- setattr(o, k, v)
-
- if not bld.kw.get('quiet'):
- bld.conf.to_log("==>\n%s\n<==" % bld.kw['code'])
-
-@conf
-def validate_c(self, kw):
- """
- Pre-checks the parameters that will be given to :py:func:`waflib.Configure.run_build`
-
- :param compiler: c or cxx (tries to guess what is best)
- :type compiler: string
- :param type: cprogram, cshlib, cstlib - not required if *features are given directly*
- :type type: binary to create
- :param feature: desired features for the task generator that will execute the test, for example ``cxx cxxstlib``
- :type feature: list of string
- :param fragment: provide a piece of code for the test (default is to let the system create one)
- :type fragment: string
- :param uselib_store: define variables after the test is executed (IMPORTANT!)
- :type uselib_store: string
- :param use: parameters to use for building (just like the normal *use* keyword)
- :type use: list of string
- :param define_name: define to set when the check is over
- :type define_name: string
- :param execute: execute the resulting binary
- :type execute: bool
- :param define_ret: if execute is set to True, use the execution output in both the define and the return value
- :type define_ret: bool
- :param header_name: check for a particular header
- :type header_name: string
- :param auto_add_header_name: if header_name was set, add the headers in env.INCKEYS so the next tests will include these headers
- :type auto_add_header_name: bool
- """
- for x in ('type_name', 'field_name', 'function_name'):
- if x in kw:
- Logs.warn('Invalid argument %r in test' % x)
-
- if not 'build_fun' in kw:
- kw['build_fun'] = build_fun
-
- if not 'env' in kw:
- kw['env'] = self.env.derive()
- env = kw['env']
-
- if not 'compiler' in kw and not 'features' in kw:
- kw['compiler'] = 'c'
- if env.CXX_NAME and Task.classes.get('cxx'):
- kw['compiler'] = 'cxx'
- if not self.env.CXX:
- self.fatal('a c++ compiler is required')
- else:
- if not self.env.CC:
- self.fatal('a c compiler is required')
-
- if not 'compile_mode' in kw:
- kw['compile_mode'] = 'c'
- if 'cxx' in Utils.to_list(kw.get('features', [])) or kw.get('compiler') == 'cxx':
- kw['compile_mode'] = 'cxx'
-
- if not 'type' in kw:
- kw['type'] = 'cprogram'
-
- if not 'features' in kw:
- if not 'header_name' in kw or kw.get('link_header_test', True):
- kw['features'] = [kw['compile_mode'], kw['type']] # "c ccprogram"
- else:
- kw['features'] = [kw['compile_mode']]
- else:
- kw['features'] = Utils.to_list(kw['features'])
-
- if not 'compile_filename' in kw:
- kw['compile_filename'] = 'test.c' + ((kw['compile_mode'] == 'cxx') and 'pp' or '')
-
- def to_header(dct):
- if 'header_name' in dct:
- dct = Utils.to_list(dct['header_name'])
- return ''.join(['#include <%s>\n' % x for x in dct])
- return ''
-
- if 'framework_name' in kw:
- # OSX, not sure this is used anywhere
- fwkname = kw['framework_name']
- if not 'uselib_store' in kw:
- kw['uselib_store'] = fwkname.upper()
- if not kw.get('no_header'):
- fwk = '%s/%s.h' % (fwkname, fwkname)
- if kw.get('remove_dot_h'):
- fwk = fwk[:-2]
- val = kw.get('header_name', [])
- kw['header_name'] = Utils.to_list(val) + [fwk]
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for framework %s' % fwkname
- kw['framework'] = fwkname
-
- elif 'header_name' in kw:
- if not 'msg' in kw:
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for header %s' % kw['header_name']
-
- l = Utils.to_list(kw['header_name'])
- assert len(l), 'list of headers in header_name is empty'
-
- kw['code'] = to_header(kw) + SNIP_EMPTY_PROGRAM
- if not 'uselib_store' in kw:
- kw['uselib_store'] = l[0].upper()
- if not 'define_name' in kw:
- kw['define_name'] = self.have_define(l[0])
-
- if 'lib' in kw:
- if not 'msg' in kw:
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for library %s' % kw['lib']
- if not 'uselib_store' in kw:
- kw['uselib_store'] = kw['lib'].upper()
-
- if 'stlib' in kw:
- if not 'msg' in kw:
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for static library %s' % kw['stlib']
- if not 'uselib_store' in kw:
- kw['uselib_store'] = kw['stlib'].upper()
-
- if 'fragment' in kw:
- # an additional code fragment may be provided to replace the predefined code
- # in custom headers
- kw['code'] = kw['fragment']
- if not 'msg' in kw:
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for code snippet'
- if not 'errmsg' in kw:
- kw['errmsg'] = 'no'
-
- for (flagsname,flagstype) in (('cxxflags','compiler'), ('cflags','compiler'), ('linkflags','linker')):
- if flagsname in kw:
- if not 'msg' in kw:
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for %s flags %s' % (flagstype, kw[flagsname])
- if not 'errmsg' in kw:
- kw['errmsg'] = 'no'
-
- if not 'execute' in kw:
- kw['execute'] = False
- if kw['execute']:
- kw['features'].append('test_exec')
- kw['chmod'] = Utils.O755
-
- if not 'errmsg' in kw:
- kw['errmsg'] = 'not found'
-
- if not 'okmsg' in kw:
- kw['okmsg'] = 'yes'
-
- if not 'code' in kw:
- kw['code'] = SNIP_EMPTY_PROGRAM
-
- # if there are headers to append automatically to the next tests
- if self.env[INCKEYS]:
- kw['code'] = '\n'.join(['#include <%s>' % x for x in self.env[INCKEYS]]) + '\n' + kw['code']
-
- # in case defines lead to very long command-lines
- if kw.get('merge_config_header') or env.merge_config_header:
- kw['code'] = '%s\n\n%s' % (self.get_config_header(), kw['code'])
- env.DEFINES = [] # modify the copy
-
- if not kw.get('success'):
- kw['success'] = None
-
- if 'define_name' in kw:
- self.undefine(kw['define_name'])
- if not 'msg' in kw:
- self.fatal('missing "msg" in conf.check(...)')
-
-@conf
-def post_check(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Sets the variables after a test executed in
- :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.check` was run successfully
- """
- is_success = 0
- if kw['execute']:
- if kw['success'] is not None:
- if kw.get('define_ret'):
- is_success = kw['success']
- else:
- is_success = (kw['success'] == 0)
- else:
- is_success = (kw['success'] == 0)
-
- if kw.get('define_name'):
- comment = kw.get('comment', '')
- define_name = kw['define_name']
- if kw['execute'] and kw.get('define_ret') and isinstance(is_success, str):
- if kw.get('global_define', 1):
- self.define(define_name, is_success, quote=kw.get('quote', 1), comment=comment)
- else:
- if kw.get('quote', 1):
- succ = '"%s"' % is_success
- else:
- succ = int(is_success)
- val = '%s=%s' % (define_name, succ)
- var = 'DEFINES_%s' % kw['uselib_store']
- self.env.append_value(var, val)
- else:
- if kw.get('global_define', 1):
- self.define_cond(define_name, is_success, comment=comment)
- else:
- var = 'DEFINES_%s' % kw['uselib_store']
- self.env.append_value(var, '%s=%s' % (define_name, int(is_success)))
-
- # define conf.env.HAVE_X to 1
- if kw.get('add_have_to_env', 1):
- if kw.get('uselib_store'):
- self.env[self.have_define(kw['uselib_store'])] = 1
- elif kw['execute'] and kw.get('define_ret'):
- self.env[define_name] = is_success
- else:
- self.env[define_name] = int(is_success)
-
- if 'header_name' in kw:
- if kw.get('auto_add_header_name'):
- self.env.append_value(INCKEYS, Utils.to_list(kw['header_name']))
-
- if is_success and 'uselib_store' in kw:
- from waflib.Tools import ccroot
- # See get_uselib_vars in ccroot.py
- _vars = set()
- for x in kw['features']:
- if x in ccroot.USELIB_VARS:
- _vars |= ccroot.USELIB_VARS[x]
-
- for k in _vars:
- x = k.lower()
- if x in kw:
- self.env.append_value(k + '_' + kw['uselib_store'], kw[x])
- return is_success
-
-@conf
-def check(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Performs a configuration test by calling :py:func:`waflib.Configure.run_build`.
- For the complete list of parameters, see :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.validate_c`.
- To force a specific compiler, pass ``compiler='c'`` or ``compiler='cxx'`` to the list of arguments
-
- Besides build targets, complete builds can be given through a build function. All files will
- be written to a temporary directory::
-
- def build(bld):
- lib_node = bld.srcnode.make_node('libdir/liblc1.c')
- lib_node.parent.mkdir()
- lib_node.write('#include <stdio.h>\\nint lib_func(void) { FILE *f = fopen("foo", "r");}\\n', 'w')
- bld(features='c cshlib', source=[lib_node], linkflags=conf.env.EXTRA_LDFLAGS, target='liblc')
- conf.check(build_fun=build, msg=msg)
- """
- self.validate_c(kw)
- self.start_msg(kw['msg'], **kw)
- ret = None
- try:
- ret = self.run_build(*k, **kw)
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- self.end_msg(kw['errmsg'], 'YELLOW', **kw)
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- raise
- else:
- self.fatal('The configuration failed')
- else:
- kw['success'] = ret
-
- ret = self.post_check(*k, **kw)
- if not ret:
- self.end_msg(kw['errmsg'], 'YELLOW', **kw)
- self.fatal('The configuration failed %r' % ret)
- else:
- self.end_msg(self.ret_msg(kw['okmsg'], kw), **kw)
- return ret
-
-class test_exec(Task.Task):
- """
- A task that runs programs after they are built. See :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.test_exec_fun`.
- """
- color = 'PINK'
- def run(self):
- if getattr(self.generator, 'rpath', None):
- if getattr(self.generator, 'define_ret', False):
- self.generator.bld.retval = self.generator.bld.cmd_and_log([self.inputs[0].abspath()])
- else:
- self.generator.bld.retval = self.generator.bld.exec_command([self.inputs[0].abspath()])
- else:
- env = self.env.env or {}
- env.update(dict(os.environ))
- for var in ('LD_LIBRARY_PATH', 'DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH', 'PATH'):
- env[var] = self.inputs[0].parent.abspath() + os.path.pathsep + env.get(var, '')
- if getattr(self.generator, 'define_ret', False):
- self.generator.bld.retval = self.generator.bld.cmd_and_log([self.inputs[0].abspath()], env=env)
- else:
- self.generator.bld.retval = self.generator.bld.exec_command([self.inputs[0].abspath()], env=env)
-
-@feature('test_exec')
-@after_method('apply_link')
-def test_exec_fun(self):
- """
- The feature **test_exec** is used to create a task that will to execute the binary
- created (link task output) during the build. The exit status will be set
- on the build context, so only one program may have the feature *test_exec*.
- This is used by configuration tests::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.check(execute=True)
- """
- self.create_task('test_exec', self.link_task.outputs[0])
-
-@conf
-def check_cxx(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Runs a test with a task generator of the form::
-
- conf.check(features='cxx cxxprogram', ...)
- """
- kw['compiler'] = 'cxx'
- return self.check(*k, **kw)
-
-@conf
-def check_cc(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Runs a test with a task generator of the form::
-
- conf.check(features='c cprogram', ...)
- """
- kw['compiler'] = 'c'
- return self.check(*k, **kw)
-
-@conf
-def set_define_comment(self, key, comment):
- """
- Sets a comment that will appear in the configuration header
-
- :type key: string
- :type comment: string
- """
- coms = self.env.DEFINE_COMMENTS
- if not coms:
- coms = self.env.DEFINE_COMMENTS = {}
- coms[key] = comment or ''
-
-@conf
-def get_define_comment(self, key):
- """
- Returns the comment associated to a define
-
- :type key: string
- """
- coms = self.env.DEFINE_COMMENTS or {}
- return coms.get(key, '')
-
-@conf
-def define(self, key, val, quote=True, comment=''):
- """
- Stores a single define and its state into ``conf.env.DEFINES``. The value is cast to an integer (0/1).
-
- :param key: define name
- :type key: string
- :param val: value
- :type val: int or string
- :param quote: enclose strings in quotes (yes by default)
- :type quote: bool
- """
- assert isinstance(key, str)
- if not key:
- return
- if val is True:
- val = 1
- elif val in (False, None):
- val = 0
-
- if isinstance(val, int) or isinstance(val, float):
- s = '%s=%s'
- else:
- s = quote and '%s="%s"' or '%s=%s'
- app = s % (key, str(val))
-
- ban = key + '='
- lst = self.env.DEFINES
- for x in lst:
- if x.startswith(ban):
- lst[lst.index(x)] = app
- break
- else:
- self.env.append_value('DEFINES', app)
-
- self.env.append_unique(DEFKEYS, key)
- self.set_define_comment(key, comment)
-
-@conf
-def undefine(self, key, comment=''):
- """
- Removes a global define from ``conf.env.DEFINES``
-
- :param key: define name
- :type key: string
- """
- assert isinstance(key, str)
- if not key:
- return
- ban = key + '='
- lst = [x for x in self.env.DEFINES if not x.startswith(ban)]
- self.env.DEFINES = lst
- self.env.append_unique(DEFKEYS, key)
- self.set_define_comment(key, comment)
-
-@conf
-def define_cond(self, key, val, comment=''):
- """
- Conditionally defines a name::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.define_cond('A', True)
- # equivalent to:
- # if val: conf.define('A', 1)
- # else: conf.undefine('A')
-
- :param key: define name
- :type key: string
- :param val: value
- :type val: int or string
- """
- assert isinstance(key, str)
- if not key:
- return
- if val:
- self.define(key, 1, comment=comment)
- else:
- self.undefine(key, comment=comment)
-
-@conf
-def is_defined(self, key):
- """
- Indicates whether a particular define is globally set in ``conf.env.DEFINES``.
-
- :param key: define name
- :type key: string
- :return: True if the define is set
- :rtype: bool
- """
- assert key and isinstance(key, str)
-
- ban = key + '='
- for x in self.env.DEFINES:
- if x.startswith(ban):
- return True
- return False
-
-@conf
-def get_define(self, key):
- """
- Returns the value of an existing define, or None if not found
-
- :param key: define name
- :type key: string
- :rtype: string
- """
- assert key and isinstance(key, str)
-
- ban = key + '='
- for x in self.env.DEFINES:
- if x.startswith(ban):
- return x[len(ban):]
- return None
-
-@conf
-def have_define(self, key):
- """
- Returns a variable suitable for command-line or header use by removing invalid characters
- and prefixing it with ``HAVE_``
-
- :param key: define name
- :type key: string
- :return: the input key prefixed by *HAVE_* and substitute any invalid characters.
- :rtype: string
- """
- return (self.env.HAVE_PAT or 'HAVE_%s') % Utils.quote_define_name(key)
-
-@conf
-def write_config_header(self, configfile='', guard='', top=False, defines=True, headers=False, remove=True, define_prefix=''):
- """
- Writes a configuration header containing defines and includes::
-
- def configure(cnf):
- cnf.define('A', 1)
- cnf.write_config_header('config.h')
-
- This function only adds include guards (if necessary), consult
- :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.get_config_header` for details on the body.
-
- :param configfile: path to the file to create (relative or absolute)
- :type configfile: string
- :param guard: include guard name to add, by default it is computed from the file name
- :type guard: string
- :param top: write the configuration header from the build directory (default is from the current path)
- :type top: bool
- :param defines: add the defines (yes by default)
- :type defines: bool
- :param headers: add #include in the file
- :type headers: bool
- :param remove: remove the defines after they are added (yes by default, works like in autoconf)
- :type remove: bool
- :type define_prefix: string
- :param define_prefix: prefix all the defines in the file with a particular prefix
- """
- if not configfile:
- configfile = WAF_CONFIG_H
- waf_guard = guard or 'W_%s_WAF' % Utils.quote_define_name(configfile)
-
- node = top and self.bldnode or self.path.get_bld()
- node = node.make_node(configfile)
- node.parent.mkdir()
-
- lst = ['/* WARNING! All changes made to this file will be lost! */\n']
- lst.append('#ifndef %s\n#define %s\n' % (waf_guard, waf_guard))
- lst.append(self.get_config_header(defines, headers, define_prefix=define_prefix))
- lst.append('\n#endif /* %s */\n' % waf_guard)
-
- node.write('\n'.join(lst))
-
- # config files must not be removed on "waf clean"
- self.env.append_unique(Build.CFG_FILES, [node.abspath()])
-
- if remove:
- for key in self.env[DEFKEYS]:
- self.undefine(key)
- self.env[DEFKEYS] = []
-
-@conf
-def get_config_header(self, defines=True, headers=False, define_prefix=''):
- """
- Creates the contents of a ``config.h`` file from the defines and includes
- set in conf.env.define_key / conf.env.include_key. No include guards are added.
-
- A prelude will be added from the variable env.WAF_CONFIG_H_PRELUDE if provided. This
- can be used to insert complex macros or include guards::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.env.WAF_CONFIG_H_PRELUDE = '#include <unistd.h>\\n'
- conf.write_config_header('config.h')
-
- :param defines: write the defines values
- :type defines: bool
- :param headers: write include entries for each element in self.env.INCKEYS
- :type headers: bool
- :type define_prefix: string
- :param define_prefix: prefix all the defines with a particular prefix
- :return: the contents of a ``config.h`` file
- :rtype: string
- """
- lst = []
-
- if self.env.WAF_CONFIG_H_PRELUDE:
- lst.append(self.env.WAF_CONFIG_H_PRELUDE)
-
- if headers:
- for x in self.env[INCKEYS]:
- lst.append('#include <%s>' % x)
-
- if defines:
- tbl = {}
- for k in self.env.DEFINES:
- a, _, b = k.partition('=')
- tbl[a] = b
-
- for k in self.env[DEFKEYS]:
- caption = self.get_define_comment(k)
- if caption:
- caption = ' /* %s */' % caption
- try:
- txt = '#define %s%s %s%s' % (define_prefix, k, tbl[k], caption)
- except KeyError:
- txt = '/* #undef %s%s */%s' % (define_prefix, k, caption)
- lst.append(txt)
- return "\n".join(lst)
-
-@conf
-def cc_add_flags(conf):
- """
- Adds CFLAGS / CPPFLAGS from os.environ to conf.env
- """
- conf.add_os_flags('CPPFLAGS', dup=False)
- conf.add_os_flags('CFLAGS', dup=False)
-
-@conf
-def cxx_add_flags(conf):
- """
- Adds CXXFLAGS / CPPFLAGS from os.environ to conf.env
- """
- conf.add_os_flags('CPPFLAGS', dup=False)
- conf.add_os_flags('CXXFLAGS', dup=False)
-
-@conf
-def link_add_flags(conf):
- """
- Adds LINKFLAGS / LDFLAGS from os.environ to conf.env
- """
- conf.add_os_flags('LINKFLAGS', dup=False)
- conf.add_os_flags('LDFLAGS', dup=False)
-
-@conf
-def cc_load_tools(conf):
- """
- Loads the Waf c extensions
- """
- if not conf.env.DEST_OS:
- conf.env.DEST_OS = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- conf.load('c')
-
-@conf
-def cxx_load_tools(conf):
- """
- Loads the Waf c++ extensions
- """
- if not conf.env.DEST_OS:
- conf.env.DEST_OS = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- conf.load('cxx')
-
-@conf
-def get_cc_version(conf, cc, gcc=False, icc=False, clang=False):
- """
- Runs the preprocessor to determine the gcc/icc/clang version
-
- The variables CC_VERSION, DEST_OS, DEST_BINFMT and DEST_CPU will be set in *conf.env*
-
- :raise: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError`
- """
- cmd = cc + ['-dM', '-E', '-']
- env = conf.env.env or None
- try:
- out, err = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd, output=0, input='\n'.encode(), env=env)
- except Errors.WafError:
- conf.fatal('Could not determine the compiler version %r' % cmd)
-
- if gcc:
- if out.find('__INTEL_COMPILER') >= 0:
- conf.fatal('The intel compiler pretends to be gcc')
- if out.find('__GNUC__') < 0 and out.find('__clang__') < 0:
- conf.fatal('Could not determine the compiler type')
-
- if icc and out.find('__INTEL_COMPILER') < 0:
- conf.fatal('Not icc/icpc')
-
- if clang and out.find('__clang__') < 0:
- conf.fatal('Not clang/clang++')
- if not clang and out.find('__clang__') >= 0:
- conf.fatal('Could not find gcc/g++ (only Clang), if renamed try eg: CC=gcc48 CXX=g++48 waf configure')
-
- k = {}
- if icc or gcc or clang:
- out = out.splitlines()
- for line in out:
- lst = shlex.split(line)
- if len(lst)>2:
- key = lst[1]
- val = lst[2]
- k[key] = val
-
- def isD(var):
- return var in k
-
- # Some documentation is available at http://predef.sourceforge.net
- # The names given to DEST_OS must match what Utils.unversioned_sys_platform() returns.
- if not conf.env.DEST_OS:
- conf.env.DEST_OS = ''
- for i in MACRO_TO_DESTOS:
- if isD(i):
- conf.env.DEST_OS = MACRO_TO_DESTOS[i]
- break
- else:
- if isD('__APPLE__') and isD('__MACH__'):
- conf.env.DEST_OS = 'darwin'
- elif isD('__unix__'): # unix must be tested last as it's a generic fallback
- conf.env.DEST_OS = 'generic'
-
- if isD('__ELF__'):
- conf.env.DEST_BINFMT = 'elf'
- elif isD('__WINNT__') or isD('__CYGWIN__') or isD('_WIN32'):
- conf.env.DEST_BINFMT = 'pe'
- if not conf.env.IMPLIBDIR:
- conf.env.IMPLIBDIR = conf.env.LIBDIR # for .lib or .dll.a files
- conf.env.LIBDIR = conf.env.BINDIR
- elif isD('__APPLE__'):
- conf.env.DEST_BINFMT = 'mac-o'
-
- if not conf.env.DEST_BINFMT:
- # Infer the binary format from the os name.
- conf.env.DEST_BINFMT = Utils.destos_to_binfmt(conf.env.DEST_OS)
-
- for i in MACRO_TO_DEST_CPU:
- if isD(i):
- conf.env.DEST_CPU = MACRO_TO_DEST_CPU[i]
- break
-
- Logs.debug('ccroot: dest platform: ' + ' '.join([conf.env[x] or '?' for x in ('DEST_OS', 'DEST_BINFMT', 'DEST_CPU')]))
- if icc:
- ver = k['__INTEL_COMPILER']
- conf.env.CC_VERSION = (ver[:-2], ver[-2], ver[-1])
- else:
- if isD('__clang__') and isD('__clang_major__'):
- conf.env.CC_VERSION = (k['__clang_major__'], k['__clang_minor__'], k['__clang_patchlevel__'])
- else:
- # older clang versions and gcc
- conf.env.CC_VERSION = (k['__GNUC__'], k['__GNUC_MINOR__'], k.get('__GNUC_PATCHLEVEL__', '0'))
- return k
-
-@conf
-def get_xlc_version(conf, cc):
- """
- Returns the Aix compiler version
-
- :raise: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError`
- """
- cmd = cc + ['-qversion']
- try:
- out, err = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd, output=0)
- except Errors.WafError:
- conf.fatal('Could not find xlc %r' % cmd)
-
- # the intention is to catch the 8.0 in "IBM XL C/C++ Enterprise Edition V8.0 for AIX..."
- for v in (r"IBM XL C/C\+\+.* 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.CC_VERSION = (k['major'], k['minor'])
- break
- else:
- conf.fatal('Could not determine the XLC version.')
-
-@conf
-def get_suncc_version(conf, cc):
- """
- Returns the Sun compiler version
-
- :raise: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError`
- """
- cmd = cc + ['-V']
- try:
- out, err = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd, output=0)
- except Errors.WafError as e:
- # Older versions of the compiler exit with non-zero status when reporting their version
- if not (hasattr(e, 'returncode') and hasattr(e, 'stdout') and hasattr(e, 'stderr')):
- conf.fatal('Could not find suncc %r' % cmd)
- out = e.stdout
- err = e.stderr
-
- version = (out or err)
- version = version.splitlines()[0]
-
- # cc: Sun C 5.10 SunOS_i386 2009/06/03
- # cc: Studio 12.5 Sun C++ 5.14 SunOS_sparc Beta 2015/11/17
- # cc: WorkShop Compilers 5.0 98/12/15 C 5.0
- version_re = re.compile(r'cc: (studio.*?|\s+)?(sun\s+(c\+\+|c)|(WorkShop\s+Compilers))?\s+(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)', re.I).search
- match = version_re(version)
- if match:
- k = match.groupdict()
- conf.env.CC_VERSION = (k['major'], k['minor'])
- else:
- conf.fatal('Could not determine the suncc version.')
-
-# ============ the --as-needed flag should added during the configuration, not at runtime =========
-
-@conf
-def add_as_needed(self):
- """
- Adds ``--as-needed`` to the *LINKFLAGS*
- On some platforms, it is a default flag. In some cases (e.g., in NS-3) it is necessary to explicitly disable this feature with `-Wl,--no-as-needed` flag.
- """
- if self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'elf' and 'gcc' in (self.env.CXX_NAME, self.env.CC_NAME):
- self.env.append_unique('LINKFLAGS', '-Wl,--as-needed')
-
-# ============ parallel configuration
-
-class cfgtask(Task.Task):
- """
- A task that executes build configuration tests (calls conf.check)
-
- Make sure to use locks if concurrent access to the same conf.env data is necessary.
- """
- def __init__(self, *k, **kw):
- Task.Task.__init__(self, *k, **kw)
- self.run_after = set()
-
- def display(self):
- return ''
-
- def runnable_status(self):
- for x in self.run_after:
- if not x.hasrun:
- return Task.ASK_LATER
- return Task.RUN_ME
-
- def uid(self):
- return Utils.SIG_NIL
-
- def signature(self):
- return Utils.SIG_NIL
-
- def run(self):
- conf = self.conf
- bld = Build.BuildContext(top_dir=conf.srcnode.abspath(), out_dir=conf.bldnode.abspath())
- bld.env = conf.env
- bld.init_dirs()
- bld.in_msg = 1 # suppress top-level start_msg
- bld.logger = self.logger
- bld.multicheck_task = self
- args = self.args
- try:
- if 'func' in args:
- bld.test(build_fun=args['func'],
- msg=args.get('msg', ''),
- okmsg=args.get('okmsg', ''),
- errmsg=args.get('errmsg', ''),
- )
- else:
- args['multicheck_mandatory'] = args.get('mandatory', True)
- args['mandatory'] = True
- try:
- bld.check(**args)
- finally:
- args['mandatory'] = args['multicheck_mandatory']
- except Exception:
- return 1
-
- def process(self):
- Task.Task.process(self)
- if 'msg' in self.args:
- with self.generator.bld.multicheck_lock:
- self.conf.start_msg(self.args['msg'])
- if self.hasrun == Task.NOT_RUN:
- self.conf.end_msg('test cancelled', 'YELLOW')
- elif self.hasrun != Task.SUCCESS:
- self.conf.end_msg(self.args.get('errmsg', 'no'), 'YELLOW')
- else:
- self.conf.end_msg(self.args.get('okmsg', 'yes'), 'GREEN')
-
-@conf
-def multicheck(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Runs configuration tests in parallel; results are printed sequentially at the end of the build
- but each test must provide its own msg value to display a line::
-
- def test_build(ctx):
- ctx.in_msg = True # suppress console outputs
- ctx.check_large_file(mandatory=False)
-
- conf.multicheck(
- {'header_name':'stdio.h', 'msg':'... stdio', 'uselib_store':'STDIO', 'global_define':False},
- {'header_name':'xyztabcd.h', 'msg':'... optional xyztabcd.h', 'mandatory': False},
- {'header_name':'stdlib.h', 'msg':'... stdlib', 'okmsg': 'aye', 'errmsg': 'nope'},
- {'func': test_build, 'msg':'... testing an arbitrary build function', 'okmsg':'ok'},
- msg = 'Checking for headers in parallel',
- mandatory = True, # mandatory tests raise an error at the end
- run_all_tests = True, # try running all tests
- )
-
- The configuration tests may modify the values in conf.env in any order, and the define
- values can affect configuration tests being executed. It is hence recommended
- to provide `uselib_store` values with `global_define=False` to prevent such issues.
- """
- self.start_msg(kw.get('msg', 'Executing %d configuration tests' % len(k)), **kw)
-
- # Force a copy so that threads append to the same list at least
- # no order is guaranteed, but the values should not disappear at least
- for var in ('DEFINES', DEFKEYS):
- self.env.append_value(var, [])
- self.env.DEFINE_COMMENTS = self.env.DEFINE_COMMENTS or {}
-
- # define a task object that will execute our tests
- class par(object):
- def __init__(self):
- self.keep = False
- self.task_sigs = {}
- self.progress_bar = 0
- def total(self):
- return len(tasks)
- def to_log(self, *k, **kw):
- return
-
- bld = par()
- bld.keep = kw.get('run_all_tests', True)
- bld.imp_sigs = {}
- tasks = []
-
- id_to_task = {}
- for dct in k:
- x = Task.classes['cfgtask'](bld=bld, env=None)
- tasks.append(x)
- x.args = dct
- x.bld = bld
- x.conf = self
- x.args = dct
-
- # bind a logger that will keep the info in memory
- x.logger = Logs.make_mem_logger(str(id(x)), self.logger)
-
- if 'id' in dct:
- id_to_task[dct['id']] = x
-
- # second pass to set dependencies with after_test/before_test
- for x in tasks:
- for key in Utils.to_list(x.args.get('before_tests', [])):
- tsk = id_to_task[key]
- if not tsk:
- raise ValueError('No test named %r' % key)
- tsk.run_after.add(x)
- for key in Utils.to_list(x.args.get('after_tests', [])):
- tsk = id_to_task[key]
- if not tsk:
- raise ValueError('No test named %r' % key)
- x.run_after.add(tsk)
-
- def it():
- yield tasks
- while 1:
- yield []
- bld.producer = p = Runner.Parallel(bld, Options.options.jobs)
- bld.multicheck_lock = Utils.threading.Lock()
- p.biter = it()
-
- self.end_msg('started')
- p.start()
-
- # flush the logs in order into the config.log
- for x in tasks:
- x.logger.memhandler.flush()
-
- self.start_msg('-> processing test results')
- if p.error:
- for x in p.error:
- if getattr(x, 'err_msg', None):
- self.to_log(x.err_msg)
- self.end_msg('fail', color='RED')
- raise Errors.WafError('There is an error in the library, read config.log for more information')
-
- failure_count = 0
- for x in tasks:
- if x.hasrun not in (Task.SUCCESS, Task.NOT_RUN):
- failure_count += 1
-
- if failure_count:
- self.end_msg(kw.get('errmsg', '%s test failed' % failure_count), color='YELLOW', **kw)
- else:
- self.end_msg('all ok', **kw)
-
- for x in tasks:
- if x.hasrun != Task.SUCCESS:
- if x.args.get('mandatory', True):
- self.fatal(kw.get('fatalmsg') or 'One of the tests has failed, read config.log for more information')
-
-@conf
-def check_gcc_o_space(self, mode='c'):
- if int(self.env.CC_VERSION[0]) > 4:
- # this is for old compilers
- return
- self.env.stash()
- if mode == 'c':
- self.env.CCLNK_TGT_F = ['-o', '']
- elif mode == 'cxx':
- self.env.CXXLNK_TGT_F = ['-o', '']
- features = '%s %sshlib' % (mode, mode)
- try:
- self.check(msg='Checking if the -o link must be split from arguments', fragment=SNIP_EMPTY_PROGRAM, features=features)
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- self.env.revert()
- else:
- self.env.commit()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_osx.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_osx.py
deleted file mode 100644
index f70b128..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_osx.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,193 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy 2008-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-MacOSX related tools
-"""
-
-import os, shutil, platform
-from waflib import Task, Utils
-from waflib.TaskGen import taskgen_method, feature, after_method, before_method
-
-app_info = '''
-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<!DOCTYPE plist SYSTEM "file://localhost/System/Library/DTDs/PropertyList.dtd">
-<plist version="0.9">
-<dict>
- <key>CFBundlePackageType</key>
- <string>APPL</string>
- <key>CFBundleGetInfoString</key>
- <string>Created by Waf</string>
- <key>CFBundleSignature</key>
- <string>????</string>
- <key>NOTE</key>
- <string>THIS IS A GENERATED FILE, DO NOT MODIFY</string>
- <key>CFBundleExecutable</key>
- <string>{app_name}</string>
-</dict>
-</plist>
-'''
-"""
-plist template
-"""
-
-@feature('c', 'cxx')
-def set_macosx_deployment_target(self):
- """
- see WAF issue 285 and also and also http://trac.macports.org/ticket/17059
- """
- if self.env.MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET:
- os.environ['MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET'] = self.env.MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET
- elif 'MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET' not in os.environ:
- if Utils.unversioned_sys_platform() == 'darwin':
- os.environ['MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET'] = '.'.join(platform.mac_ver()[0].split('.')[:2])
-
-@taskgen_method
-def create_bundle_dirs(self, name, out):
- """
- Creates bundle folders, used by :py:func:`create_task_macplist` and :py:func:`create_task_macapp`
- """
- dir = out.parent.find_or_declare(name)
- dir.mkdir()
- macos = dir.find_or_declare(['Contents', 'MacOS'])
- macos.mkdir()
- return dir
-
-def bundle_name_for_output(out):
- name = out.name
- k = name.rfind('.')
- if k >= 0:
- name = name[:k] + '.app'
- else:
- name = name + '.app'
- return name
-
-@feature('cprogram', 'cxxprogram')
-@after_method('apply_link')
-def create_task_macapp(self):
- """
- To compile an executable into a Mac application (a .app), set its *mac_app* attribute::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.shlib(source='a.c', target='foo', mac_app=True)
-
- To force *all* executables to be transformed into Mac applications::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.env.MACAPP = True
- bld.shlib(source='a.c', target='foo')
- """
- if self.env.MACAPP or getattr(self, 'mac_app', False):
- out = self.link_task.outputs[0]
-
- name = bundle_name_for_output(out)
- dir = self.create_bundle_dirs(name, out)
-
- n1 = dir.find_or_declare(['Contents', 'MacOS', out.name])
-
- self.apptask = self.create_task('macapp', self.link_task.outputs, n1)
- inst_to = getattr(self, 'install_path', '/Applications') + '/%s/Contents/MacOS/' % name
- self.add_install_files(install_to=inst_to, install_from=n1, chmod=Utils.O755)
-
- if getattr(self, 'mac_files', None):
- # this only accepts files; they will be installed as seen from mac_files_root
- mac_files_root = getattr(self, 'mac_files_root', None)
- if isinstance(mac_files_root, str):
- mac_files_root = self.path.find_node(mac_files_root)
- if not mac_files_root:
- self.bld.fatal('Invalid mac_files_root %r' % self.mac_files_root)
- res_dir = n1.parent.parent.make_node('Resources')
- inst_to = getattr(self, 'install_path', '/Applications') + '/%s/Resources' % name
- for node in self.to_nodes(self.mac_files):
- relpath = node.path_from(mac_files_root or node.parent)
- self.create_task('macapp', node, res_dir.make_node(relpath))
- self.add_install_as(install_to=os.path.join(inst_to, relpath), install_from=node)
-
- if getattr(self.bld, 'is_install', None):
- # disable regular binary installation
- self.install_task.hasrun = Task.SKIP_ME
-
-@feature('cprogram', 'cxxprogram')
-@after_method('apply_link')
-def create_task_macplist(self):
- """
- Creates a :py:class:`waflib.Tools.c_osx.macplist` instance.
- """
- if self.env.MACAPP or getattr(self, 'mac_app', False):
- out = self.link_task.outputs[0]
-
- name = bundle_name_for_output(out)
-
- dir = self.create_bundle_dirs(name, out)
- n1 = dir.find_or_declare(['Contents', 'Info.plist'])
- self.plisttask = plisttask = self.create_task('macplist', [], n1)
- plisttask.context = {
- 'app_name': self.link_task.outputs[0].name,
- 'env': self.env
- }
-
- plist_ctx = getattr(self, 'plist_context', None)
- if (plist_ctx):
- plisttask.context.update(plist_ctx)
-
- if getattr(self, 'mac_plist', False):
- node = self.path.find_resource(self.mac_plist)
- if node:
- plisttask.inputs.append(node)
- else:
- plisttask.code = self.mac_plist
- else:
- plisttask.code = app_info
-
- inst_to = getattr(self, 'install_path', '/Applications') + '/%s/Contents/' % name
- self.add_install_files(install_to=inst_to, install_from=n1)
-
-@feature('cshlib', 'cxxshlib')
-@before_method('apply_link', 'propagate_uselib_vars')
-def apply_bundle(self):
- """
- To make a bundled shared library (a ``.bundle``), set the *mac_bundle* attribute::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.shlib(source='a.c', target='foo', mac_bundle = True)
-
- To force *all* executables to be transformed into bundles::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.env.MACBUNDLE = True
- bld.shlib(source='a.c', target='foo')
- """
- if self.env.MACBUNDLE or getattr(self, 'mac_bundle', False):
- self.env.LINKFLAGS_cshlib = self.env.LINKFLAGS_cxxshlib = [] # disable the '-dynamiclib' flag
- self.env.cshlib_PATTERN = self.env.cxxshlib_PATTERN = self.env.macbundle_PATTERN
- use = self.use = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'use', []))
- if not 'MACBUNDLE' in use:
- use.append('MACBUNDLE')
-
-app_dirs = ['Contents', 'Contents/MacOS', 'Contents/Resources']
-
-class macapp(Task.Task):
- """
- Creates mac applications
- """
- color = 'PINK'
- def run(self):
- self.outputs[0].parent.mkdir()
- shutil.copy2(self.inputs[0].srcpath(), self.outputs[0].abspath())
-
-class macplist(Task.Task):
- """
- Creates plist files
- """
- color = 'PINK'
- ext_in = ['.bin']
- def run(self):
- if getattr(self, 'code', None):
- txt = self.code
- else:
- txt = self.inputs[0].read()
- context = getattr(self, 'context', {})
- txt = txt.format(**context)
- self.outputs[0].write(txt)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_preproc.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_preproc.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 68e5f5a..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_preproc.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1091 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-C/C++ preprocessor for finding dependencies
-
-Reasons for using the Waf preprocessor by default
-
-#. Some c/c++ extensions (Qt) require a custom preprocessor for obtaining the dependencies (.moc files)
-#. Not all compilers provide .d files for obtaining the dependencies (portability)
-#. A naive file scanner will not catch the constructs such as "#include foo()"
-#. A naive file scanner will catch unnecessary dependencies (change an unused header -> recompile everything)
-
-Regarding the speed concerns:
-
-* the preprocessing is performed only when files must be compiled
-* the macros are evaluated only for #if/#elif/#include
-* system headers are not scanned by default
-
-Now if you do not want the Waf preprocessor, the tool +gccdeps* uses the .d files produced
-during the compilation to track the dependencies (useful when used with the boost libraries).
-It only works with gcc >= 4.4 though.
-
-A dumb preprocessor is also available in the tool *c_dumbpreproc*
-"""
-# TODO: more varargs, pragma once
-
-import re, string, traceback
-from waflib import Logs, Utils, Errors
-
-class PreprocError(Errors.WafError):
- pass
-
-FILE_CACHE_SIZE = 100000
-LINE_CACHE_SIZE = 100000
-
-POPFILE = '-'
-"Constant representing a special token used in :py:meth:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.c_parser.start` iteration to switch to a header read previously"
-
-recursion_limit = 150
-"Limit on the amount of files to read in the dependency scanner"
-
-go_absolute = False
-"Set to True to track headers on files in /usr/include, else absolute paths are ignored (but it becomes very slow)"
-
-standard_includes = ['/usr/local/include', '/usr/include']
-if Utils.is_win32:
- standard_includes = []
-
-use_trigraphs = 0
-"""Apply trigraph rules (False by default)"""
-
-# obsolete, do not use
-strict_quotes = 0
-
-g_optrans = {
-'not':'!',
-'not_eq':'!',
-'and':'&&',
-'and_eq':'&=',
-'or':'||',
-'or_eq':'|=',
-'xor':'^',
-'xor_eq':'^=',
-'bitand':'&',
-'bitor':'|',
-'compl':'~',
-}
-"""Operators such as and/or/xor for c++. Set an empty dict to disable."""
-
-# ignore #warning and #error
-re_lines = re.compile(
- '^[ \t]*(?:#|%:)[ \t]*(ifdef|ifndef|if|else|elif|endif|include|import|define|undef|pragma)[ \t]*(.*)\r*$',
- re.IGNORECASE | re.MULTILINE)
-"""Match #include lines"""
-
-re_mac = re.compile(r"^[a-zA-Z_]\w*")
-"""Match macro definitions"""
-
-re_fun = re.compile('^[a-zA-Z_][a-zA-Z0-9_]*[(]')
-"""Match macro functions"""
-
-re_pragma_once = re.compile(r'^\s*once\s*', re.IGNORECASE)
-"""Match #pragma once statements"""
-
-re_nl = re.compile('\\\\\r*\n', re.MULTILINE)
-"""Match newlines"""
-
-re_cpp = re.compile(r'//.*?$|/\*.*?\*/|\'(?:\\.|[^\\\'])*\'|"(?:\\.|[^\\"])*"', re.DOTALL | re.MULTILINE )
-"""Filter C/C++ comments"""
-
-trig_def = [('??'+a, b) for a, b in zip("=-/!'()<>", r'#~\|^[]{}')]
-"""Trigraph definitions"""
-
-chr_esc = {'0':0, 'a':7, 'b':8, 't':9, 'n':10, 'f':11, 'v':12, 'r':13, '\\':92, "'":39}
-"""Escape characters"""
-
-NUM = 'i'
-"""Number token"""
-
-OP = 'O'
-"""Operator token"""
-
-IDENT = 'T'
-"""Identifier token"""
-
-STR = 's'
-"""String token"""
-
-CHAR = 'c'
-"""Character token"""
-
-tok_types = [NUM, STR, IDENT, OP]
-"""Token types"""
-
-exp_types = [
- r"""0[xX](?P<hex>[a-fA-F0-9]+)(?P<qual1>[uUlL]*)|L*?'(?P<char>(\\.|[^\\'])+)'|(?P<n1>\d+)[Ee](?P<exp0>[+-]*?\d+)(?P<float0>[fFlL]*)|(?P<n2>\d*\.\d+)([Ee](?P<exp1>[+-]*?\d+))?(?P<float1>[fFlL]*)|(?P<n4>\d+\.\d*)([Ee](?P<exp2>[+-]*?\d+))?(?P<float2>[fFlL]*)|(?P<oct>0*)(?P<n0>\d+)(?P<qual2>[uUlL]*)""",
- r'L?"([^"\\]|\\.)*"',
- r'[a-zA-Z_]\w*',
- r'%:%:|<<=|>>=|\.\.\.|<<|<%|<:|<=|>>|>=|\+\+|\+=|--|->|-=|\*=|/=|%:|%=|%>|==|&&|&=|\|\||\|=|\^=|:>|!=|##|[\(\)\{\}\[\]<>\?\|\^\*\+&=:!#;,%/\-\?\~\.]',
-]
-"""Expression types"""
-
-re_clexer = re.compile('|'.join(["(?P<%s>%s)" % (name, part) for name, part in zip(tok_types, exp_types)]), re.M)
-"""Match expressions into tokens"""
-
-accepted = 'a'
-"""Parser state is *accepted*"""
-
-ignored = 'i'
-"""Parser state is *ignored*, for example preprocessor lines in an #if 0 block"""
-
-undefined = 'u'
-"""Parser state is *undefined* at the moment"""
-
-skipped = 's'
-"""Parser state is *skipped*, for example preprocessor lines in a #elif 0 block"""
-
-def repl(m):
- """Replace function used with :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.re_cpp`"""
- s = m.group()
- if s[0] == '/':
- return ' '
- return s
-
-prec = {}
-"""
-Operator precedence rules required for parsing expressions of the form::
-
- #if 1 && 2 != 0
-"""
-ops = ['* / %', '+ -', '<< >>', '< <= >= >', '== !=', '& | ^', '&& ||', ',']
-for x, syms in enumerate(ops):
- for u in syms.split():
- prec[u] = x
-
-def reduce_nums(val_1, val_2, val_op):
- """
- Apply arithmetic rules to compute a result
-
- :param val1: input parameter
- :type val1: int or string
- :param val2: input parameter
- :type val2: int or string
- :param val_op: C operator in *+*, */*, *-*, etc
- :type val_op: string
- :rtype: int
- """
- #print val_1, val_2, val_op
-
- # now perform the operation, make certain a and b are numeric
- try:
- a = 0 + val_1
- except TypeError:
- a = int(val_1)
- try:
- b = 0 + val_2
- except TypeError:
- b = int(val_2)
-
- d = val_op
- if d == '%':
- c = a % b
- elif d=='+':
- c = a + b
- elif d=='-':
- c = a - b
- elif d=='*':
- c = a * b
- elif d=='/':
- c = a / b
- elif d=='^':
- c = a ^ b
- elif d=='==':
- c = int(a == b)
- elif d=='|' or d == 'bitor':
- c = a | b
- elif d=='||' or d == 'or' :
- c = int(a or b)
- elif d=='&' or d == 'bitand':
- c = a & b
- elif d=='&&' or d == 'and':
- c = int(a and b)
- elif d=='!=' or d == 'not_eq':
- c = int(a != b)
- elif d=='^' or d == 'xor':
- c = int(a^b)
- elif d=='<=':
- c = int(a <= b)
- elif d=='<':
- c = int(a < b)
- elif d=='>':
- c = int(a > b)
- elif d=='>=':
- c = int(a >= b)
- elif d=='<<':
- c = a << b
- elif d=='>>':
- c = a >> b
- else:
- c = 0
- return c
-
-def get_num(lst):
- """
- Try to obtain a number from a list of tokens. The token types are defined in :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.tok_types`.
-
- :param lst: list of preprocessor tokens
- :type lst: list of tuple (tokentype, value)
- :return: a pair containing the number and the rest of the list
- :rtype: tuple(value, list)
- """
- if not lst:
- raise PreprocError('empty list for get_num')
- (p, v) = lst[0]
- if p == OP:
- if v == '(':
- count_par = 1
- i = 1
- while i < len(lst):
- (p, v) = lst[i]
-
- if p == OP:
- if v == ')':
- count_par -= 1
- if count_par == 0:
- break
- elif v == '(':
- count_par += 1
- i += 1
- else:
- raise PreprocError('rparen expected %r' % lst)
-
- (num, _) = get_term(lst[1:i])
- return (num, lst[i+1:])
-
- elif v == '+':
- return get_num(lst[1:])
- elif v == '-':
- num, lst = get_num(lst[1:])
- return (reduce_nums('-1', num, '*'), lst)
- elif v == '!':
- num, lst = get_num(lst[1:])
- return (int(not int(num)), lst)
- elif v == '~':
- num, lst = get_num(lst[1:])
- return (~ int(num), lst)
- else:
- raise PreprocError('Invalid op token %r for get_num' % lst)
- elif p == NUM:
- return v, lst[1:]
- elif p == IDENT:
- # all macros should have been replaced, remaining identifiers eval to 0
- return 0, lst[1:]
- else:
- raise PreprocError('Invalid token %r for get_num' % lst)
-
-def get_term(lst):
- """
- Evaluate an expression recursively, for example::
-
- 1+1+1 -> 2+1 -> 3
-
- :param lst: list of tokens
- :type lst: list of tuple(token, value)
- :return: the value and the remaining tokens
- :rtype: value, list
- """
-
- if not lst:
- raise PreprocError('empty list for get_term')
- num, lst = get_num(lst)
- if not lst:
- return (num, [])
- (p, v) = lst[0]
- if p == OP:
- if v == ',':
- # skip
- return get_term(lst[1:])
- elif v == '?':
- count_par = 0
- i = 1
- while i < len(lst):
- (p, v) = lst[i]
-
- if p == OP:
- if v == ')':
- count_par -= 1
- elif v == '(':
- count_par += 1
- elif v == ':':
- if count_par == 0:
- break
- i += 1
- else:
- raise PreprocError('rparen expected %r' % lst)
-
- if int(num):
- return get_term(lst[1:i])
- else:
- return get_term(lst[i+1:])
-
- else:
- num2, lst = get_num(lst[1:])
-
- if not lst:
- # no more tokens to process
- num2 = reduce_nums(num, num2, v)
- return get_term([(NUM, num2)] + lst)
-
- # operator precedence
- p2, v2 = lst[0]
- if p2 != OP:
- raise PreprocError('op expected %r' % lst)
-
- if prec[v2] >= prec[v]:
- num2 = reduce_nums(num, num2, v)
- return get_term([(NUM, num2)] + lst)
- else:
- num3, lst = get_num(lst[1:])
- num3 = reduce_nums(num2, num3, v2)
- return get_term([(NUM, num), (p, v), (NUM, num3)] + lst)
-
-
- raise PreprocError('cannot reduce %r' % lst)
-
-def reduce_eval(lst):
- """
- Take a list of tokens and output true or false for #if/#elif conditions.
-
- :param lst: a list of tokens
- :type lst: list of tuple(token, value)
- :return: a token
- :rtype: tuple(NUM, int)
- """
- num, lst = get_term(lst)
- return (NUM, num)
-
-def stringize(lst):
- """
- Merge a list of tokens into a string
-
- :param lst: a list of tokens
- :type lst: list of tuple(token, value)
- :rtype: string
- """
- lst = [str(v2) for (p2, v2) in lst]
- return "".join(lst)
-
-def paste_tokens(t1, t2):
- """
- Token pasting works between identifiers, particular operators, and identifiers and numbers::
-
- a ## b -> ab
- > ## = -> >=
- a ## 2 -> a2
-
- :param t1: token
- :type t1: tuple(type, value)
- :param t2: token
- :type t2: tuple(type, value)
- """
- p1 = None
- if t1[0] == OP and t2[0] == OP:
- p1 = OP
- elif t1[0] == IDENT and (t2[0] == IDENT or t2[0] == NUM):
- p1 = IDENT
- elif t1[0] == NUM and t2[0] == NUM:
- p1 = NUM
- if not p1:
- raise PreprocError('tokens do not make a valid paste %r and %r' % (t1, t2))
- return (p1, t1[1] + t2[1])
-
-def reduce_tokens(lst, defs, ban=[]):
- """
- Replace the tokens in lst, using the macros provided in defs, and a list of macros that cannot be re-applied
-
- :param lst: list of tokens
- :type lst: list of tuple(token, value)
- :param defs: macro definitions
- :type defs: dict
- :param ban: macros that cannot be substituted (recursion is not allowed)
- :type ban: list of string
- :return: the new list of tokens
- :rtype: value, list
- """
-
- i = 0
- while i < len(lst):
- (p, v) = lst[i]
-
- if p == IDENT and v == "defined":
- del lst[i]
- if i < len(lst):
- (p2, v2) = lst[i]
- if p2 == IDENT:
- if v2 in defs:
- lst[i] = (NUM, 1)
- else:
- lst[i] = (NUM, 0)
- elif p2 == OP and v2 == '(':
- del lst[i]
- (p2, v2) = lst[i]
- del lst[i] # remove the ident, and change the ) for the value
- if v2 in defs:
- lst[i] = (NUM, 1)
- else:
- lst[i] = (NUM, 0)
- else:
- raise PreprocError('Invalid define expression %r' % lst)
-
- elif p == IDENT and v in defs:
-
- if isinstance(defs[v], str):
- a, b = extract_macro(defs[v])
- defs[v] = b
- macro_def = defs[v]
- to_add = macro_def[1]
-
- if isinstance(macro_def[0], list):
- # macro without arguments
- del lst[i]
- accu = to_add[:]
- reduce_tokens(accu, defs, ban+[v])
- for tmp in accu:
- lst.insert(i, tmp)
- i += 1
- else:
- # collect the arguments for the funcall
-
- args = []
- del lst[i]
-
- if i >= len(lst):
- raise PreprocError('expected ( after %r (got nothing)' % v)
-
- (p2, v2) = lst[i]
- if p2 != OP or v2 != '(':
- raise PreprocError('expected ( after %r' % v)
-
- del lst[i]
-
- one_param = []
- count_paren = 0
- while i < len(lst):
- p2, v2 = lst[i]
-
- del lst[i]
- if p2 == OP and count_paren == 0:
- if v2 == '(':
- one_param.append((p2, v2))
- count_paren += 1
- elif v2 == ')':
- if one_param:
- args.append(one_param)
- break
- elif v2 == ',':
- if not one_param:
- raise PreprocError('empty param in funcall %r' % v)
- args.append(one_param)
- one_param = []
- else:
- one_param.append((p2, v2))
- else:
- one_param.append((p2, v2))
- if v2 == '(':
- count_paren += 1
- elif v2 == ')':
- count_paren -= 1
- else:
- raise PreprocError('malformed macro')
-
- # substitute the arguments within the define expression
- accu = []
- arg_table = macro_def[0]
- j = 0
- while j < len(to_add):
- (p2, v2) = to_add[j]
-
- if p2 == OP and v2 == '#':
- # stringize is for arguments only
- if j+1 < len(to_add) and to_add[j+1][0] == IDENT and to_add[j+1][1] in arg_table:
- toks = args[arg_table[to_add[j+1][1]]]
- accu.append((STR, stringize(toks)))
- j += 1
- else:
- accu.append((p2, v2))
- elif p2 == OP and v2 == '##':
- # token pasting, how can man invent such a complicated system?
- if accu and j+1 < len(to_add):
- # we have at least two tokens
-
- t1 = accu[-1]
-
- if to_add[j+1][0] == IDENT and to_add[j+1][1] in arg_table:
- toks = args[arg_table[to_add[j+1][1]]]
-
- if toks:
- accu[-1] = paste_tokens(t1, toks[0]) #(IDENT, accu[-1][1] + toks[0][1])
- accu.extend(toks[1:])
- else:
- # error, case "a##"
- accu.append((p2, v2))
- accu.extend(toks)
- elif to_add[j+1][0] == IDENT and to_add[j+1][1] == '__VA_ARGS__':
- # first collect the tokens
- va_toks = []
- st = len(macro_def[0])
- pt = len(args)
- for x in args[pt-st+1:]:
- va_toks.extend(x)
- va_toks.append((OP, ','))
- if va_toks:
- va_toks.pop() # extra comma
- if len(accu)>1:
- (p3, v3) = accu[-1]
- (p4, v4) = accu[-2]
- if v3 == '##':
- # remove the token paste
- accu.pop()
- if v4 == ',' and pt < st:
- # remove the comma
- accu.pop()
- accu += va_toks
- else:
- accu[-1] = paste_tokens(t1, to_add[j+1])
-
- j += 1
- else:
- # Invalid paste, case "##a" or "b##"
- accu.append((p2, v2))
-
- elif p2 == IDENT and v2 in arg_table:
- toks = args[arg_table[v2]]
- reduce_tokens(toks, defs, ban+[v])
- accu.extend(toks)
- else:
- accu.append((p2, v2))
-
- j += 1
-
-
- reduce_tokens(accu, defs, ban+[v])
-
- for x in range(len(accu)-1, -1, -1):
- lst.insert(i, accu[x])
-
- i += 1
-
-
-def eval_macro(lst, defs):
- """
- Reduce the tokens by :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.reduce_tokens` and try to return a 0/1 result by :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.reduce_eval`.
-
- :param lst: list of tokens
- :type lst: list of tuple(token, value)
- :param defs: macro definitions
- :type defs: dict
- :rtype: int
- """
- reduce_tokens(lst, defs, [])
- if not lst:
- raise PreprocError('missing tokens to evaluate')
-
- if lst:
- p, v = lst[0]
- if p == IDENT and v not in defs:
- raise PreprocError('missing macro %r' % lst)
-
- p, v = reduce_eval(lst)
- return int(v) != 0
-
-def extract_macro(txt):
- """
- Process a macro definition of the form::
- #define f(x, y) x * y
-
- into a function or a simple macro without arguments
-
- :param txt: expression to exact a macro definition from
- :type txt: string
- :return: a tuple containing the name, the list of arguments and the replacement
- :rtype: tuple(string, [list, list])
- """
- t = tokenize(txt)
- if re_fun.search(txt):
- p, name = t[0]
-
- p, v = t[1]
- if p != OP:
- raise PreprocError('expected (')
-
- i = 1
- pindex = 0
- params = {}
- prev = '('
-
- while 1:
- i += 1
- p, v = t[i]
-
- if prev == '(':
- if p == IDENT:
- params[v] = pindex
- pindex += 1
- prev = p
- elif p == OP and v == ')':
- break
- else:
- raise PreprocError('unexpected token (3)')
- elif prev == IDENT:
- if p == OP and v == ',':
- prev = v
- elif p == OP and v == ')':
- break
- else:
- raise PreprocError('comma or ... expected')
- elif prev == ',':
- if p == IDENT:
- params[v] = pindex
- pindex += 1
- prev = p
- elif p == OP and v == '...':
- raise PreprocError('not implemented (1)')
- else:
- raise PreprocError('comma or ... expected (2)')
- elif prev == '...':
- raise PreprocError('not implemented (2)')
- else:
- raise PreprocError('unexpected else')
-
- #~ print (name, [params, t[i+1:]])
- return (name, [params, t[i+1:]])
- else:
- (p, v) = t[0]
- if len(t) > 1:
- return (v, [[], t[1:]])
- else:
- # empty define, assign an empty token
- return (v, [[], [('T','')]])
-
-re_include = re.compile(r'^\s*(<(?:.*)>|"(?:.*)")')
-def extract_include(txt, defs):
- """
- Process a line in the form::
-
- #include foo
-
- :param txt: include line to process
- :type txt: string
- :param defs: macro definitions
- :type defs: dict
- :return: the file name
- :rtype: string
- """
- m = re_include.search(txt)
- if m:
- txt = m.group(1)
- return txt[0], txt[1:-1]
-
- # perform preprocessing and look at the result, it must match an include
- toks = tokenize(txt)
- reduce_tokens(toks, defs, ['waf_include'])
-
- if not toks:
- raise PreprocError('could not parse include %r' % txt)
-
- if len(toks) == 1:
- if toks[0][0] == STR:
- return '"', toks[0][1]
- else:
- if toks[0][1] == '<' and toks[-1][1] == '>':
- ret = '<', stringize(toks).lstrip('<').rstrip('>')
- return ret
-
- raise PreprocError('could not parse include %r' % txt)
-
-def parse_char(txt):
- """
- Parse a c character
-
- :param txt: character to parse
- :type txt: string
- :return: a character literal
- :rtype: string
- """
-
- if not txt:
- raise PreprocError('attempted to parse a null char')
- if txt[0] != '\\':
- return ord(txt)
- c = txt[1]
- if c == 'x':
- if len(txt) == 4 and txt[3] in string.hexdigits:
- return int(txt[2:], 16)
- return int(txt[2:], 16)
- elif c.isdigit():
- if c == '0' and len(txt)==2:
- return 0
- for i in 3, 2, 1:
- if len(txt) > i and txt[1:1+i].isdigit():
- return (1+i, int(txt[1:1+i], 8))
- else:
- try:
- return chr_esc[c]
- except KeyError:
- raise PreprocError('could not parse char literal %r' % txt)
-
-def tokenize(s):
- """
- Convert a string into a list of tokens (shlex.split does not apply to c/c++/d)
-
- :param s: input to tokenize
- :type s: string
- :return: a list of tokens
- :rtype: list of tuple(token, value)
- """
- return tokenize_private(s)[:] # force a copy of the results
-
-def tokenize_private(s):
- ret = []
- for match in re_clexer.finditer(s):
- m = match.group
- for name in tok_types:
- v = m(name)
- if v:
- if name == IDENT:
- if v in g_optrans:
- name = OP
- elif v.lower() == "true":
- v = 1
- name = NUM
- elif v.lower() == "false":
- v = 0
- name = NUM
- elif name == NUM:
- if m('oct'):
- v = int(v, 8)
- elif m('hex'):
- v = int(m('hex'), 16)
- elif m('n0'):
- v = m('n0')
- else:
- v = m('char')
- if v:
- v = parse_char(v)
- else:
- v = m('n2') or m('n4')
- elif name == OP:
- if v == '%:':
- v = '#'
- elif v == '%:%:':
- v = '##'
- elif name == STR:
- # remove the quotes around the string
- v = v[1:-1]
- ret.append((name, v))
- break
- return ret
-
-def format_defines(lst):
- ret = []
- for y in lst:
- if y:
- pos = y.find('=')
- if pos == -1:
- # "-DFOO" should give "#define FOO 1"
- ret.append(y)
- elif pos > 0:
- # all others are assumed to be -DX=Y
- ret.append('%s %s' % (y[:pos], y[pos+1:]))
- else:
- raise ValueError('Invalid define expression %r' % y)
- return ret
-
-class c_parser(object):
- """
- Used by :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.scan` to parse c/h files. Note that by default,
- only project headers are parsed.
- """
- def __init__(self, nodepaths=None, defines=None):
- self.lines = []
- """list of lines read"""
-
- if defines is None:
- self.defs = {}
- else:
- self.defs = dict(defines) # make a copy
- self.state = []
-
- self.count_files = 0
- self.currentnode_stack = []
-
- self.nodepaths = nodepaths or []
- """Include paths"""
-
- self.nodes = []
- """List of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` found so far"""
-
- self.names = []
- """List of file names that could not be matched by any file"""
-
- self.curfile = ''
- """Current file"""
-
- self.ban_includes = set()
- """Includes that must not be read (#pragma once)"""
-
- self.listed = set()
- """Include nodes/names already listed to avoid duplicates in self.nodes/self.names"""
-
- def cached_find_resource(self, node, filename):
- """
- Find a file from the input directory
-
- :param node: directory
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :param filename: header to find
- :type filename: string
- :return: the node if found, or None
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- try:
- cache = node.ctx.preproc_cache_node
- except AttributeError:
- cache = node.ctx.preproc_cache_node = Utils.lru_cache(FILE_CACHE_SIZE)
-
- key = (node, filename)
- try:
- return cache[key]
- except KeyError:
- ret = node.find_resource(filename)
- if ret:
- if getattr(ret, 'children', None):
- ret = None
- elif ret.is_child_of(node.ctx.bldnode):
- tmp = node.ctx.srcnode.search_node(ret.path_from(node.ctx.bldnode))
- if tmp and getattr(tmp, 'children', None):
- ret = None
- cache[key] = ret
- return ret
-
- def tryfind(self, filename, kind='"', env=None):
- """
- Try to obtain a node from the filename based from the include paths. Will add
- the node found to :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.c_parser.nodes` or the file name to
- :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.c_parser.names` if no corresponding file is found. Called by
- :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.c_parser.start`.
-
- :param filename: header to find
- :type filename: string
- :return: the node if found
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- if filename.endswith('.moc'):
- # we could let the qt4 module use a subclass, but then the function "scan" below must be duplicated
- # in the qt4 and in the qt5 classes. So we have two lines here and it is sufficient.
- self.names.append(filename)
- return None
-
- self.curfile = filename
-
- found = None
- if kind == '"':
- if env.MSVC_VERSION:
- for n in reversed(self.currentnode_stack):
- found = self.cached_find_resource(n, filename)
- if found:
- break
- else:
- found = self.cached_find_resource(self.currentnode_stack[-1], filename)
-
- if not found:
- for n in self.nodepaths:
- found = self.cached_find_resource(n, filename)
- if found:
- break
-
- listed = self.listed
- if found and not found in self.ban_includes:
- if found not in listed:
- listed.add(found)
- self.nodes.append(found)
- self.addlines(found)
- else:
- if filename not in listed:
- listed.add(filename)
- self.names.append(filename)
- return found
-
- def filter_comments(self, node):
- """
- Filter the comments from a c/h file, and return the preprocessor lines.
- The regexps :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.re_cpp`, :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.re_nl` and :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.re_lines` are used internally.
-
- :return: the preprocessor directives as a list of (keyword, line)
- :rtype: a list of string pairs
- """
- # return a list of tuples : keyword, line
- code = node.read()
- if use_trigraphs:
- for (a, b) in trig_def:
- code = code.split(a).join(b)
- code = re_nl.sub('', code)
- code = re_cpp.sub(repl, code)
- return re_lines.findall(code)
-
- def parse_lines(self, node):
- try:
- cache = node.ctx.preproc_cache_lines
- except AttributeError:
- cache = node.ctx.preproc_cache_lines = Utils.lru_cache(LINE_CACHE_SIZE)
- try:
- return cache[node]
- except KeyError:
- cache[node] = lines = self.filter_comments(node)
- lines.append((POPFILE, ''))
- lines.reverse()
- return lines
-
- def addlines(self, node):
- """
- Add the lines from a header in the list of preprocessor lines to parse
-
- :param node: header
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
-
- self.currentnode_stack.append(node.parent)
-
- self.count_files += 1
- if self.count_files > recursion_limit:
- # issue #812
- raise PreprocError('recursion limit exceeded')
-
- if Logs.verbose:
- Logs.debug('preproc: reading file %r', node)
- try:
- lines = self.parse_lines(node)
- except EnvironmentError:
- raise PreprocError('could not read the file %r' % node)
- except Exception:
- if Logs.verbose > 0:
- Logs.error('parsing %r failed %s', node, traceback.format_exc())
- else:
- self.lines.extend(lines)
-
- def start(self, node, env):
- """
- Preprocess a source file to obtain the dependencies, which are accumulated to :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.c_parser.nodes`
- and :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.c_preproc.c_parser.names`.
-
- :param node: source file
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :param env: config set containing additional defines to take into account
- :type env: :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet`
- """
- Logs.debug('preproc: scanning %s (in %s)', node.name, node.parent.name)
-
- self.current_file = node
- self.addlines(node)
-
- # macros may be defined on the command-line, so they must be parsed as if they were part of the file
- if env.DEFINES:
- lst = format_defines(env.DEFINES)
- lst.reverse()
- self.lines.extend([('define', x) for x in lst])
-
- while self.lines:
- (token, line) = self.lines.pop()
- if token == POPFILE:
- self.count_files -= 1
- self.currentnode_stack.pop()
- continue
-
- try:
- state = self.state
-
- # make certain we define the state if we are about to enter in an if block
- if token[:2] == 'if':
- state.append(undefined)
- elif token == 'endif':
- state.pop()
-
- # skip lines when in a dead 'if' branch, wait for the endif
- if token[0] != 'e':
- if skipped in self.state or ignored in self.state:
- continue
-
- if token == 'if':
- ret = eval_macro(tokenize(line), self.defs)
- if ret:
- state[-1] = accepted
- else:
- state[-1] = ignored
- elif token == 'ifdef':
- m = re_mac.match(line)
- if m and m.group() in self.defs:
- state[-1] = accepted
- else:
- state[-1] = ignored
- elif token == 'ifndef':
- m = re_mac.match(line)
- if m and m.group() in self.defs:
- state[-1] = ignored
- else:
- state[-1] = accepted
- elif token == 'include' or token == 'import':
- (kind, inc) = extract_include(line, self.defs)
- self.current_file = self.tryfind(inc, kind, env)
- if token == 'import':
- self.ban_includes.add(self.current_file)
- elif token == 'elif':
- if state[-1] == accepted:
- state[-1] = skipped
- elif state[-1] == ignored:
- if eval_macro(tokenize(line), self.defs):
- state[-1] = accepted
- elif token == 'else':
- if state[-1] == accepted:
- state[-1] = skipped
- elif state[-1] == ignored:
- state[-1] = accepted
- elif token == 'define':
- try:
- self.defs[self.define_name(line)] = line
- except AttributeError:
- raise PreprocError('Invalid define line %r' % line)
- elif token == 'undef':
- m = re_mac.match(line)
- if m and m.group() in self.defs:
- self.defs.__delitem__(m.group())
- #print "undef %s" % name
- elif token == 'pragma':
- if re_pragma_once.match(line.lower()):
- self.ban_includes.add(self.current_file)
- except Exception as e:
- if Logs.verbose:
- Logs.debug('preproc: line parsing failed (%s): %s %s', e, line, traceback.format_exc())
-
- def define_name(self, line):
- """
- :param line: define line
- :type line: string
- :rtype: string
- :return: the define name
- """
- return re_mac.match(line).group()
-
-def scan(task):
- """
- Get the dependencies using a c/c++ preprocessor, this is required for finding dependencies of the kind::
-
- #include some_macro()
-
- This function is bound as a task method on :py:class:`waflib.Tools.c.c` and :py:class:`waflib.Tools.cxx.cxx` for example
- """
- try:
- incn = task.generator.includes_nodes
- except AttributeError:
- raise Errors.WafError('%r is missing a feature such as "c", "cxx" or "includes": ' % task.generator)
-
- if go_absolute:
- nodepaths = incn + [task.generator.bld.root.find_dir(x) for x in standard_includes]
- else:
- nodepaths = [x for x in incn if x.is_child_of(x.ctx.srcnode) or x.is_child_of(x.ctx.bldnode)]
-
- tmp = c_parser(nodepaths)
- tmp.start(task.inputs[0], task.env)
- return (tmp.nodes, tmp.names)
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_tests.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_tests.py
deleted file mode 100644
index f858df5..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/c_tests.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,229 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Various configuration tests.
-"""
-
-from waflib import Task
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method, after_method
-
-LIB_CODE = '''
-#ifdef _MSC_VER
-#define testEXPORT __declspec(dllexport)
-#else
-#define testEXPORT
-#endif
-testEXPORT int lib_func(void) { return 9; }
-'''
-
-MAIN_CODE = '''
-#ifdef _MSC_VER
-#define testEXPORT __declspec(dllimport)
-#else
-#define testEXPORT
-#endif
-testEXPORT int lib_func(void);
-int main(int argc, char **argv) {
- (void)argc; (void)argv;
- return !(lib_func() == 9);
-}
-'''
-
-@feature('link_lib_test')
-@before_method('process_source')
-def link_lib_test_fun(self):
- """
- The configuration test :py:func:`waflib.Configure.run_build` declares a unique task generator,
- so we need to create other task generators from here to check if the linker is able to link libraries.
- """
- def write_test_file(task):
- task.outputs[0].write(task.generator.code)
-
- rpath = []
- if getattr(self, 'add_rpath', False):
- rpath = [self.bld.path.get_bld().abspath()]
-
- mode = self.mode
- m = '%s %s' % (mode, mode)
- ex = self.test_exec and 'test_exec' or ''
- bld = self.bld
- bld(rule=write_test_file, target='test.' + mode, code=LIB_CODE)
- bld(rule=write_test_file, target='main.' + mode, code=MAIN_CODE)
- bld(features='%sshlib' % m, source='test.' + mode, target='test')
- bld(features='%sprogram %s' % (m, ex), source='main.' + mode, target='app', use='test', rpath=rpath)
-
-@conf
-def check_library(self, mode=None, test_exec=True):
- """
- Checks if libraries can be linked with the current linker. Uses :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_tests.link_lib_test_fun`.
-
- :param mode: c or cxx or d
- :type mode: string
- """
- if not mode:
- mode = 'c'
- if self.env.CXX:
- mode = 'cxx'
- self.check(
- compile_filename = [],
- features = 'link_lib_test',
- msg = 'Checking for libraries',
- mode = mode,
- test_exec = test_exec)
-
-########################################################################################
-
-INLINE_CODE = '''
-typedef int foo_t;
-static %s foo_t static_foo () {return 0; }
-%s foo_t foo () {
- return 0;
-}
-'''
-INLINE_VALUES = ['inline', '__inline__', '__inline']
-
-@conf
-def check_inline(self, **kw):
- """
- Checks for the right value for inline macro.
- Define INLINE_MACRO to 1 if the define is found.
- If the inline macro is not 'inline', add a define to the ``config.h`` (#define inline __inline__)
-
- :param define_name: define INLINE_MACRO by default to 1 if the macro is defined
- :type define_name: string
- :param features: by default *c* or *cxx* depending on the compiler present
- :type features: list of string
- """
- self.start_msg('Checking for inline')
-
- if not 'define_name' in kw:
- kw['define_name'] = 'INLINE_MACRO'
- if not 'features' in kw:
- if self.env.CXX:
- kw['features'] = ['cxx']
- else:
- kw['features'] = ['c']
-
- for x in INLINE_VALUES:
- kw['fragment'] = INLINE_CODE % (x, x)
-
- try:
- self.check(**kw)
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- continue
- else:
- self.end_msg(x)
- if x != 'inline':
- self.define('inline', x, quote=False)
- return x
- self.fatal('could not use inline functions')
-
-########################################################################################
-
-LARGE_FRAGMENT = '''#include <unistd.h>
-int main(int argc, char **argv) {
- (void)argc; (void)argv;
- return !(sizeof(off_t) >= 8);
-}
-'''
-
-@conf
-def check_large_file(self, **kw):
- """
- Checks for large file support and define the macro HAVE_LARGEFILE
- The test is skipped on win32 systems (DEST_BINFMT == pe).
-
- :param define_name: define to set, by default *HAVE_LARGEFILE*
- :type define_name: string
- :param execute: execute the test (yes by default)
- :type execute: bool
- """
- if not 'define_name' in kw:
- kw['define_name'] = 'HAVE_LARGEFILE'
- if not 'execute' in kw:
- kw['execute'] = True
-
- if not 'features' in kw:
- if self.env.CXX:
- kw['features'] = ['cxx', 'cxxprogram']
- else:
- kw['features'] = ['c', 'cprogram']
-
- kw['fragment'] = LARGE_FRAGMENT
-
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for large file support'
- ret = True
- try:
- if self.env.DEST_BINFMT != 'pe':
- ret = self.check(**kw)
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- pass
- else:
- if ret:
- return True
-
- kw['msg'] = 'Checking for -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64'
- kw['defines'] = ['_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64']
- try:
- ret = self.check(**kw)
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- pass
- else:
- self.define('_FILE_OFFSET_BITS', 64)
- return ret
-
- self.fatal('There is no support for large files')
-
-########################################################################################
-
-ENDIAN_FRAGMENT = '''
-short int ascii_mm[] = { 0x4249, 0x4765, 0x6E44, 0x6961, 0x6E53, 0x7953, 0 };
-short int ascii_ii[] = { 0x694C, 0x5454, 0x656C, 0x6E45, 0x6944, 0x6E61, 0 };
-int use_ascii (int i) {
- return ascii_mm[i] + ascii_ii[i];
-}
-short int ebcdic_ii[] = { 0x89D3, 0xE3E3, 0x8593, 0x95C5, 0x89C4, 0x9581, 0 };
-short int ebcdic_mm[] = { 0xC2C9, 0xC785, 0x95C4, 0x8981, 0x95E2, 0xA8E2, 0 };
-int use_ebcdic (int i) {
- return ebcdic_mm[i] + ebcdic_ii[i];
-}
-extern int foo;
-'''
-
-class grep_for_endianness(Task.Task):
- """
- Task that reads a binary and tries to determine the endianness
- """
- color = 'PINK'
- def run(self):
- txt = self.inputs[0].read(flags='rb').decode('latin-1')
- if txt.find('LiTTleEnDian') > -1:
- self.generator.tmp.append('little')
- elif txt.find('BIGenDianSyS') > -1:
- self.generator.tmp.append('big')
- else:
- return -1
-
-@feature('grep_for_endianness')
-@after_method('process_source')
-def grep_for_endianness_fun(self):
- """
- Used by the endianness configuration test
- """
- self.create_task('grep_for_endianness', self.compiled_tasks[0].outputs[0])
-
-@conf
-def check_endianness(self):
- """
- Executes a configuration test to determine the endianness
- """
- tmp = []
- def check_msg(self):
- return tmp[0]
- self.check(fragment=ENDIAN_FRAGMENT, features='c grep_for_endianness',
- msg='Checking for endianness', define='ENDIANNESS', tmp=tmp, okmsg=check_msg)
- return tmp[0]
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/ccroot.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/ccroot.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 579d5b2..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/ccroot.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,791 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Classes and methods shared by tools providing support for C-like language such
-as C/C++/D/Assembly/Go (this support module is almost never used alone).
-"""
-
-import os, re
-from waflib import Task, Utils, Node, Errors, Logs
-from waflib.TaskGen import after_method, before_method, feature, taskgen_method, extension
-from waflib.Tools import c_aliases, c_preproc, c_config, c_osx, c_tests
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-SYSTEM_LIB_PATHS = ['/usr/lib64', '/usr/lib', '/usr/local/lib64', '/usr/local/lib']
-
-USELIB_VARS = Utils.defaultdict(set)
-"""
-Mapping for features to :py:class:`waflib.ConfigSet.ConfigSet` variables. See :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.propagate_uselib_vars`.
-"""
-
-USELIB_VARS['c'] = set(['INCLUDES', 'FRAMEWORKPATH', 'DEFINES', 'CPPFLAGS', 'CCDEPS', 'CFLAGS', 'ARCH'])
-USELIB_VARS['cxx'] = set(['INCLUDES', 'FRAMEWORKPATH', 'DEFINES', 'CPPFLAGS', 'CXXDEPS', 'CXXFLAGS', 'ARCH'])
-USELIB_VARS['d'] = set(['INCLUDES', 'DFLAGS'])
-USELIB_VARS['includes'] = set(['INCLUDES', 'FRAMEWORKPATH', 'ARCH'])
-
-USELIB_VARS['cprogram'] = USELIB_VARS['cxxprogram'] = set(['LIB', 'STLIB', 'LIBPATH', 'STLIBPATH', 'LINKFLAGS', 'RPATH', 'LINKDEPS', 'FRAMEWORK', 'FRAMEWORKPATH', 'ARCH', 'LDFLAGS'])
-USELIB_VARS['cshlib'] = USELIB_VARS['cxxshlib'] = set(['LIB', 'STLIB', 'LIBPATH', 'STLIBPATH', 'LINKFLAGS', 'RPATH', 'LINKDEPS', 'FRAMEWORK', 'FRAMEWORKPATH', 'ARCH', 'LDFLAGS'])
-USELIB_VARS['cstlib'] = USELIB_VARS['cxxstlib'] = set(['ARFLAGS', 'LINKDEPS'])
-
-USELIB_VARS['dprogram'] = set(['LIB', 'STLIB', 'LIBPATH', 'STLIBPATH', 'LINKFLAGS', 'RPATH', 'LINKDEPS'])
-USELIB_VARS['dshlib'] = set(['LIB', 'STLIB', 'LIBPATH', 'STLIBPATH', 'LINKFLAGS', 'RPATH', 'LINKDEPS'])
-USELIB_VARS['dstlib'] = set(['ARFLAGS', 'LINKDEPS'])
-
-USELIB_VARS['asm'] = set(['ASFLAGS'])
-
-# =================================================================================================
-
-@taskgen_method
-def create_compiled_task(self, name, node):
- """
- Create the compilation task: c, cxx, asm, etc. The output node is created automatically (object file with a typical **.o** extension).
- The task is appended to the list *compiled_tasks* which is then used by :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.apply_link`
-
- :param name: name of the task class
- :type name: string
- :param node: the file to compile
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :return: The task created
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.Task.Task`
- """
- 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
-
-@taskgen_method
-def to_incnodes(self, inlst):
- """
- Task generator method provided to convert a list of string/nodes into a list of includes folders.
-
- The paths are assumed to be relative to the task generator path, except if they begin by **#**
- in which case they are searched from the top-level directory (``bld.srcnode``).
- The folders are simply assumed to be existing.
-
- The node objects in the list are returned in the output list. The strings are converted
- into node objects if possible. The node is searched from the source directory, and if a match is found,
- the equivalent build directory is created and added to the returned list too. When a folder cannot be found, it is ignored.
-
- :param inlst: list of folders
- :type inlst: space-delimited string or a list of string/nodes
- :rtype: list of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :return: list of include folders as nodes
- """
- lst = []
- seen = set()
- for x in self.to_list(inlst):
- if x in seen or not x:
- continue
- seen.add(x)
-
- # with a real lot of targets, it is sometimes interesting to cache the results below
- if isinstance(x, Node.Node):
- lst.append(x)
- else:
- if os.path.isabs(x):
- lst.append(self.bld.root.make_node(x) or x)
- else:
- if x[0] == '#':
- p = self.bld.bldnode.make_node(x[1:])
- v = self.bld.srcnode.make_node(x[1:])
- else:
- p = self.path.get_bld().make_node(x)
- v = self.path.make_node(x)
- if p.is_child_of(self.bld.bldnode):
- p.mkdir()
- lst.append(p)
- lst.append(v)
- return lst
-
-@feature('c', 'cxx', 'd', 'asm', 'fc', 'includes')
-@after_method('propagate_uselib_vars', 'process_source')
-def apply_incpaths(self):
- """
- Task generator method that processes the attribute *includes*::
-
- tg = bld(features='includes', includes='.')
-
- The folders only need to be relative to the current directory, the equivalent build directory is
- added automatically (for headers created in the build directory). This enables using a build directory
- or not (``top == out``).
-
- This method will add a list of nodes read by :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.to_incnodes` in ``tg.env.INCPATHS``,
- and the list of include paths in ``tg.env.INCLUDES``.
- """
-
- lst = self.to_incnodes(self.to_list(getattr(self, 'includes', [])) + self.env.INCLUDES)
- self.includes_nodes = lst
- cwd = self.get_cwd()
- self.env.INCPATHS = [x.path_from(cwd) for x in lst]
-
-class link_task(Task.Task):
- """
- Base class for all link tasks. A task generator is supposed to have at most one link task bound in the attribute *link_task*. See :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.apply_link`.
-
- .. inheritance-diagram:: waflib.Tools.ccroot.stlink_task waflib.Tools.c.cprogram waflib.Tools.c.cshlib waflib.Tools.cxx.cxxstlib waflib.Tools.cxx.cxxprogram waflib.Tools.cxx.cxxshlib waflib.Tools.d.dprogram waflib.Tools.d.dshlib waflib.Tools.d.dstlib waflib.Tools.ccroot.fake_shlib waflib.Tools.ccroot.fake_stlib waflib.Tools.asm.asmprogram waflib.Tools.asm.asmshlib waflib.Tools.asm.asmstlib
- """
- color = 'YELLOW'
-
- weight = 3
- """Try to process link tasks as early as possible"""
-
- inst_to = None
- """Default installation path for the link task outputs, or None to disable"""
-
- chmod = Utils.O755
- """Default installation mode for the link task outputs"""
-
- def add_target(self, target):
- """
- Process the *target* attribute to add the platform-specific prefix/suffix such as *.so* or *.exe*.
- The settings are retrieved from ``env.clsname_PATTERN``
- """
- if isinstance(target, str):
- base = self.generator.path
- if target.startswith('#'):
- # for those who like flat structures
- target = target[1:]
- base = self.generator.bld.bldnode
-
- pattern = self.env[self.__class__.__name__ + '_PATTERN']
- if not pattern:
- pattern = '%s'
- folder, name = os.path.split(target)
-
- if self.__class__.__name__.find('shlib') > 0 and getattr(self.generator, 'vnum', None):
- nums = self.generator.vnum.split('.')
- if self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'pe':
- # include the version in the dll file name,
- # the import lib file name stays unversioned.
- name = name + '-' + nums[0]
- elif self.env.DEST_OS == 'openbsd':
- pattern = '%s.%s' % (pattern, nums[0])
- if len(nums) >= 2:
- pattern += '.%s' % nums[1]
-
- if folder:
- tmp = folder + os.sep + pattern % name
- else:
- tmp = pattern % name
- target = base.find_or_declare(tmp)
- self.set_outputs(target)
-
- def exec_command(self, *k, **kw):
- ret = super(link_task, self).exec_command(*k, **kw)
- if not ret and self.env.DO_MANIFEST:
- ret = self.exec_mf()
- return ret
-
- def exec_mf(self):
- """
- Create manifest files for VS-like compilers (msvc, ifort, ...)
- """
- if not self.env.MT:
- return 0
-
- manifest = None
- for out_node in self.outputs:
- if out_node.name.endswith('.manifest'):
- manifest = out_node.abspath()
- break
- else:
- # Should never get here. If we do, it means the manifest file was
- # never added to the outputs list, thus we don't have a manifest file
- # to embed, so we just return.
- return 0
-
- # embedding mode. Different for EXE's and DLL's.
- # see: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms235591(VS.80).aspx
- mode = ''
- for x in Utils.to_list(self.generator.features):
- if x in ('cprogram', 'cxxprogram', 'fcprogram', 'fcprogram_test'):
- mode = 1
- elif x in ('cshlib', 'cxxshlib', 'fcshlib'):
- mode = 2
-
- Logs.debug('msvc: embedding manifest in mode %r', mode)
-
- lst = [] + self.env.MT
- lst.extend(Utils.to_list(self.env.MTFLAGS))
- lst.extend(['-manifest', manifest])
- lst.append('-outputresource:%s;%s' % (self.outputs[0].abspath(), mode))
-
- return super(link_task, self).exec_command(lst)
-
-class stlink_task(link_task):
- """
- Base for static link tasks, which use *ar* most of the time.
- The target is always removed before being written.
- """
- run_str = '${AR} ${ARFLAGS} ${AR_TGT_F}${TGT} ${AR_SRC_F}${SRC}'
-
- chmod = Utils.O644
- """Default installation mode for the static libraries"""
-
-def rm_tgt(cls):
- old = cls.run
- def wrap(self):
- try:
- os.remove(self.outputs[0].abspath())
- except OSError:
- pass
- return old(self)
- setattr(cls, 'run', wrap)
-rm_tgt(stlink_task)
-
-@feature('skip_stlib_link_deps')
-@before_method('process_use')
-def apply_skip_stlib_link_deps(self):
- """
- This enables an optimization in the :py:func:wafilb.Tools.ccroot.processes_use: method that skips dependency and
- link flag optimizations for targets that generate static libraries (via the :py:class:Tools.ccroot.stlink_task task).
- The actual behavior is implemented in :py:func:wafilb.Tools.ccroot.processes_use: method so this feature only tells waf
- to enable the new behavior.
- """
- self.env.SKIP_STLIB_LINK_DEPS = True
-
-@feature('c', 'cxx', 'd', 'fc', 'asm')
-@after_method('process_source')
-def apply_link(self):
- """
- Collect the tasks stored in ``compiled_tasks`` (created by :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.create_compiled_task`), and
- use the outputs for a new instance of :py:class:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.link_task`. The class to use is the first link task
- matching a name from the attribute *features*, for example::
-
- def build(bld):
- tg = bld(features='cxx cxxprogram cprogram', source='main.c', target='app')
-
- will create the task ``tg.link_task`` as a new instance of :py:class:`waflib.Tools.cxx.cxxprogram`
- """
-
- for x in self.features:
- if x == 'cprogram' and 'cxx' in self.features: # limited compat
- x = 'cxxprogram'
- elif x == 'cshlib' and 'cxx' in self.features:
- x = 'cxxshlib'
-
- if x in Task.classes:
- if issubclass(Task.classes[x], link_task):
- link = x
- break
- else:
- return
-
- objs = [t.outputs[0] for t in getattr(self, 'compiled_tasks', [])]
- self.link_task = self.create_task(link, objs)
- self.link_task.add_target(self.target)
-
- # remember that the install paths are given by the task generators
- try:
- inst_to = self.install_path
- except AttributeError:
- inst_to = self.link_task.inst_to
- if inst_to:
- # install a copy of the node list we have at this moment (implib not added)
- self.install_task = self.add_install_files(
- install_to=inst_to, install_from=self.link_task.outputs[:],
- chmod=self.link_task.chmod, task=self.link_task)
-
-@taskgen_method
-def use_rec(self, name, **kw):
- """
- Processes the ``use`` keyword recursively. This method is kind of private and only meant to be used from ``process_use``
- """
-
- if name in self.tmp_use_not or name in self.tmp_use_seen:
- return
-
- try:
- y = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name(name)
- except Errors.WafError:
- self.uselib.append(name)
- self.tmp_use_not.add(name)
- return
-
- self.tmp_use_seen.append(name)
- y.post()
-
- # bind temporary attributes on the task generator
- y.tmp_use_objects = objects = kw.get('objects', True)
- y.tmp_use_stlib = stlib = kw.get('stlib', True)
- try:
- link_task = y.link_task
- except AttributeError:
- y.tmp_use_var = ''
- else:
- objects = False
- if not isinstance(link_task, stlink_task):
- stlib = False
- y.tmp_use_var = 'LIB'
- else:
- y.tmp_use_var = 'STLIB'
-
- p = self.tmp_use_prec
- for x in self.to_list(getattr(y, 'use', [])):
- if self.env["STLIB_" + x]:
- continue
- try:
- p[x].append(name)
- except KeyError:
- p[x] = [name]
- self.use_rec(x, objects=objects, stlib=stlib)
-
-@feature('c', 'cxx', 'd', 'use', 'fc')
-@before_method('apply_incpaths', 'propagate_uselib_vars')
-@after_method('apply_link', 'process_source')
-def process_use(self):
- """
- Process the ``use`` attribute which contains a list of task generator names::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.shlib(source='a.c', target='lib1')
- bld.program(source='main.c', target='app', use='lib1')
-
- See :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.use_rec`.
- """
-
- use_not = self.tmp_use_not = set()
- self.tmp_use_seen = [] # we would like an ordered set
- use_prec = self.tmp_use_prec = {}
- self.uselib = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'uselib', []))
- self.includes = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'includes', []))
- names = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'use', []))
-
- for x in names:
- self.use_rec(x)
-
- for x in use_not:
- if x in use_prec:
- del use_prec[x]
-
- # topological sort
- out = self.tmp_use_sorted = []
- tmp = []
- for x in self.tmp_use_seen:
- for k in use_prec.values():
- if x in k:
- break
- else:
- tmp.append(x)
-
- while tmp:
- e = tmp.pop()
- out.append(e)
- try:
- nlst = use_prec[e]
- except KeyError:
- pass
- else:
- del use_prec[e]
- for x in nlst:
- for y in use_prec:
- if x in use_prec[y]:
- break
- else:
- tmp.append(x)
- if use_prec:
- raise Errors.WafError('Cycle detected in the use processing %r' % use_prec)
- out.reverse()
-
- link_task = getattr(self, 'link_task', None)
- for x in out:
- y = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name(x)
- var = y.tmp_use_var
- if var and link_task:
- if self.env.SKIP_STLIB_LINK_DEPS and isinstance(link_task, stlink_task):
- # If the skip_stlib_link_deps feature is enabled then we should
- # avoid adding lib deps to the stlink_task instance.
- pass
- elif var == 'LIB' or y.tmp_use_stlib or x in names:
- self.env.append_value(var, [y.target[y.target.rfind(os.sep) + 1:]])
- self.link_task.dep_nodes.extend(y.link_task.outputs)
- tmp_path = y.link_task.outputs[0].parent.path_from(self.get_cwd())
- self.env.append_unique(var + 'PATH', [tmp_path])
- else:
- if y.tmp_use_objects:
- self.add_objects_from_tgen(y)
-
- if getattr(y, 'export_includes', None):
- # self.includes may come from a global variable #2035
- self.includes = self.includes + y.to_incnodes(y.export_includes)
-
- if getattr(y, 'export_defines', None):
- self.env.append_value('DEFINES', self.to_list(y.export_defines))
-
-
- # and finally, add the use variables (no recursion needed)
- for x in names:
- try:
- y = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name(x)
- except Errors.WafError:
- if not self.env['STLIB_' + x] and not x in self.uselib:
- self.uselib.append(x)
- else:
- for k in self.to_list(getattr(y, 'use', [])):
- if not self.env['STLIB_' + k] and not k in self.uselib:
- self.uselib.append(k)
-
-@taskgen_method
-def accept_node_to_link(self, node):
- """
- PRIVATE INTERNAL USE ONLY
- """
- return not node.name.endswith('.pdb')
-
-@taskgen_method
-def add_objects_from_tgen(self, tg):
- """
- Add the objects from the depending compiled tasks as link task inputs.
-
- Some objects are filtered: for instance, .pdb files are added
- to the compiled tasks but not to the link tasks (to avoid errors)
- PRIVATE INTERNAL USE ONLY
- """
- try:
- link_task = self.link_task
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- else:
- for tsk in getattr(tg, 'compiled_tasks', []):
- for x in tsk.outputs:
- if self.accept_node_to_link(x):
- link_task.inputs.append(x)
-
-@taskgen_method
-def get_uselib_vars(self):
- """
- :return: the *uselib* variables associated to the *features* attribute (see :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.USELIB_VARS`)
- :rtype: list of string
- """
- _vars = set()
- for x in self.features:
- if x in USELIB_VARS:
- _vars |= USELIB_VARS[x]
- return _vars
-
-@feature('c', 'cxx', 'd', 'fc', 'javac', 'cs', 'uselib', 'asm')
-@after_method('process_use')
-def propagate_uselib_vars(self):
- """
- Process uselib variables for adding flags. For example, the following target::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.env.AFLAGS_aaa = ['bar']
- from waflib.Tools.ccroot import USELIB_VARS
- USELIB_VARS['aaa'] = ['AFLAGS']
-
- tg = bld(features='aaa', aflags='test')
-
- The *aflags* attribute will be processed and this method will set::
-
- tg.env.AFLAGS = ['bar', 'test']
- """
- _vars = self.get_uselib_vars()
- env = self.env
- app = env.append_value
- feature_uselib = self.features + self.to_list(getattr(self, 'uselib', []))
- for var in _vars:
- y = var.lower()
- val = getattr(self, y, [])
- if val:
- app(var, self.to_list(val))
-
- for x in feature_uselib:
- val = env['%s_%s' % (var, x)]
- if val:
- app(var, val)
-
-# ============ the code above must not know anything about import libs ==========
-
-@feature('cshlib', 'cxxshlib', 'fcshlib')
-@after_method('apply_link')
-def apply_implib(self):
- """
- Handle dlls and their import libs on Windows-like systems.
-
- A ``.dll.a`` file called *import library* is generated.
- It must be installed as it is required for linking the library.
- """
- if not self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'pe':
- return
-
- dll = self.link_task.outputs[0]
- if isinstance(self.target, Node.Node):
- name = self.target.name
- else:
- name = os.path.split(self.target)[1]
- implib = self.env.implib_PATTERN % name
- implib = dll.parent.find_or_declare(implib)
- self.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', self.env.IMPLIB_ST % implib.bldpath())
- self.link_task.outputs.append(implib)
-
- if getattr(self, 'defs', None) and self.env.DEST_BINFMT == 'pe':
- node = self.path.find_resource(self.defs)
- if not node:
- raise Errors.WafError('invalid def file %r' % self.defs)
- if self.env.def_PATTERN:
- self.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', self.env.def_PATTERN % node.path_from(self.get_cwd()))
- self.link_task.dep_nodes.append(node)
- else:
- # gcc for windows takes *.def file as input without any special flag
- self.link_task.inputs.append(node)
-
- # where to put the import library
- if getattr(self, 'install_task', None):
- try:
- # user has given a specific installation path for the import library
- inst_to = self.install_path_implib
- except AttributeError:
- try:
- # user has given an installation path for the main library, put the import library in it
- inst_to = self.install_path
- except AttributeError:
- # else, put the library in BINDIR and the import library in LIBDIR
- inst_to = '${IMPLIBDIR}'
- self.install_task.install_to = '${BINDIR}'
- if not self.env.IMPLIBDIR:
- self.env.IMPLIBDIR = self.env.LIBDIR
- self.implib_install_task = self.add_install_files(install_to=inst_to, install_from=implib,
- chmod=self.link_task.chmod, task=self.link_task)
-
-# ============ the code above must not know anything about vnum processing on unix platforms =========
-
-re_vnum = re.compile('^([1-9]\\d*|0)([.]([1-9]\\d*|0)){0,2}?$')
-@feature('cshlib', 'cxxshlib', 'dshlib', 'fcshlib', 'vnum')
-@after_method('apply_link', 'propagate_uselib_vars')
-def apply_vnum(self):
- """
- Enforce version numbering on shared libraries. The valid version numbers must have either zero or two dots::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.shlib(source='a.c', target='foo', vnum='14.15.16')
-
- In this example on Linux platform, ``libfoo.so`` is installed as ``libfoo.so.14.15.16``, and the following symbolic links are created:
-
- * ``libfoo.so → libfoo.so.14.15.16``
- * ``libfoo.so.14 → libfoo.so.14.15.16``
-
- By default, the library will be assigned SONAME ``libfoo.so.14``, effectively declaring ABI compatibility between all minor and patch releases for the major version of the library. When necessary, the compatibility can be explicitly defined using `cnum` parameter:
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.shlib(source='a.c', target='foo', vnum='14.15.16', cnum='14.15')
-
- In this case, the assigned SONAME will be ``libfoo.so.14.15`` with ABI compatibility only between path releases for a specific major and minor version of the library.
-
- On OS X platform, install-name parameter will follow the above logic for SONAME with exception that it also specifies an absolute path (based on install_path) of the library.
- """
- if not getattr(self, 'vnum', '') or os.name != 'posix' or self.env.DEST_BINFMT not in ('elf', 'mac-o'):
- return
-
- link = self.link_task
- if not re_vnum.match(self.vnum):
- raise Errors.WafError('Invalid vnum %r for target %r' % (self.vnum, getattr(self, 'name', self)))
- nums = self.vnum.split('.')
- node = link.outputs[0]
-
- cnum = getattr(self, 'cnum', str(nums[0]))
- cnums = cnum.split('.')
- if len(cnums)>len(nums) or nums[0:len(cnums)] != cnums:
- raise Errors.WafError('invalid compatibility version %s' % cnum)
-
- libname = node.name
- if libname.endswith('.dylib'):
- name3 = libname.replace('.dylib', '.%s.dylib' % self.vnum)
- name2 = libname.replace('.dylib', '.%s.dylib' % cnum)
- else:
- name3 = libname + '.' + self.vnum
- name2 = libname + '.' + cnum
-
- # add the so name for the ld linker - to disable, just unset env.SONAME_ST
- if self.env.SONAME_ST:
- v = self.env.SONAME_ST % name2
- self.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', v.split())
-
- # the following task is just to enable execution from the build dir :-/
- if self.env.DEST_OS != 'openbsd':
- outs = [node.parent.make_node(name3)]
- if name2 != name3:
- outs.append(node.parent.make_node(name2))
- self.create_task('vnum', node, outs)
-
- if getattr(self, 'install_task', None):
- self.install_task.hasrun = Task.SKIPPED
- self.install_task.no_errcheck_out = True
- path = self.install_task.install_to
- if self.env.DEST_OS == 'openbsd':
- libname = self.link_task.outputs[0].name
- t1 = self.add_install_as(install_to='%s/%s' % (path, libname), install_from=node, chmod=self.link_task.chmod)
- self.vnum_install_task = (t1,)
- else:
- t1 = self.add_install_as(install_to=path + os.sep + name3, install_from=node, chmod=self.link_task.chmod)
- t3 = self.add_symlink_as(install_to=path + os.sep + libname, install_from=name3)
- if name2 != name3:
- t2 = self.add_symlink_as(install_to=path + os.sep + name2, install_from=name3)
- self.vnum_install_task = (t1, t2, t3)
- else:
- self.vnum_install_task = (t1, t3)
-
- if '-dynamiclib' in self.env.LINKFLAGS:
- # this requires after(propagate_uselib_vars)
- try:
- inst_to = self.install_path
- except AttributeError:
- inst_to = self.link_task.inst_to
- if inst_to:
- p = Utils.subst_vars(inst_to, self.env)
- path = os.path.join(p, name2)
- self.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', ['-install_name', path])
- self.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', '-Wl,-compatibility_version,%s' % cnum)
- self.env.append_value('LINKFLAGS', '-Wl,-current_version,%s' % self.vnum)
-
-class vnum(Task.Task):
- """
- Create the symbolic links for a versioned shared library. Instances are created by :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.apply_vnum`
- """
- color = 'CYAN'
- ext_in = ['.bin']
- def keyword(self):
- return 'Symlinking'
- def run(self):
- for x in self.outputs:
- path = x.abspath()
- try:
- os.remove(path)
- except OSError:
- pass
-
- try:
- os.symlink(self.inputs[0].name, path)
- except OSError:
- return 1
-
-class fake_shlib(link_task):
- """
- Task used for reading a system library and adding the dependency on it
- """
- def runnable_status(self):
- for t in self.run_after:
- if not t.hasrun:
- return Task.ASK_LATER
- return Task.SKIP_ME
-
-class fake_stlib(stlink_task):
- """
- Task used for reading a system library and adding the dependency on it
- """
- def runnable_status(self):
- for t in self.run_after:
- if not t.hasrun:
- return Task.ASK_LATER
- return Task.SKIP_ME
-
-@conf
-def read_shlib(self, name, paths=[], export_includes=[], export_defines=[]):
- """
- Read a system shared library, enabling its use as a local library. Will trigger a rebuild if the file changes::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.read_shlib('m')
- bld.program(source='main.c', use='m')
- """
- return self(name=name, features='fake_lib', lib_paths=paths, lib_type='shlib', export_includes=export_includes, export_defines=export_defines)
-
-@conf
-def read_stlib(self, name, paths=[], export_includes=[], export_defines=[]):
- """
- Read a system static library, enabling a use as a local library. Will trigger a rebuild if the file changes.
- """
- return self(name=name, features='fake_lib', lib_paths=paths, lib_type='stlib', export_includes=export_includes, export_defines=export_defines)
-
-lib_patterns = {
- 'shlib' : ['lib%s.so', '%s.so', 'lib%s.dylib', 'lib%s.dll', '%s.dll'],
- 'stlib' : ['lib%s.a', '%s.a', 'lib%s.dll', '%s.dll', 'lib%s.lib', '%s.lib'],
-}
-
-@feature('fake_lib')
-def process_lib(self):
- """
- Find the location of a foreign library. Used by :py:class:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.read_shlib` and :py:class:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.read_stlib`.
- """
- node = None
-
- names = [x % self.name for x in lib_patterns[self.lib_type]]
- for x in self.lib_paths + [self.path] + SYSTEM_LIB_PATHS:
- if not isinstance(x, Node.Node):
- x = self.bld.root.find_node(x) or self.path.find_node(x)
- if not x:
- continue
-
- for y in names:
- node = x.find_node(y)
- if node:
- try:
- Utils.h_file(node.abspath())
- except EnvironmentError:
- raise ValueError('Could not read %r' % y)
- break
- else:
- continue
- break
- else:
- raise Errors.WafError('could not find library %r' % self.name)
- self.link_task = self.create_task('fake_%s' % self.lib_type, [], [node])
- self.target = self.name
-
-
-class fake_o(Task.Task):
- def runnable_status(self):
- return Task.SKIP_ME
-
-@extension('.o', '.obj')
-def add_those_o_files(self, node):
- tsk = self.create_task('fake_o', [], node)
- try:
- self.compiled_tasks.append(tsk)
- except AttributeError:
- self.compiled_tasks = [tsk]
-
-@feature('fake_obj')
-@before_method('process_source')
-def process_objs(self):
- """
- Puts object files in the task generator outputs
- """
- for node in self.to_nodes(self.source):
- self.add_those_o_files(node)
- self.source = []
-
-@conf
-def read_object(self, obj):
- """
- Read an object file, enabling injection in libs/programs. Will trigger a rebuild if the file changes.
-
- :param obj: object file path, as string or Node
- """
- if not isinstance(obj, self.path.__class__):
- obj = self.path.find_resource(obj)
- return self(features='fake_obj', source=obj, name=obj.name)
-
-@feature('cxxprogram', 'cprogram')
-@after_method('apply_link', 'process_use')
-def set_full_paths_hpux(self):
- """
- On hp-ux, extend the libpaths and static library paths to absolute paths
- """
- if self.env.DEST_OS != 'hp-ux':
- return
- base = self.bld.bldnode.abspath()
- for var in ['LIBPATH', 'STLIBPATH']:
- lst = []
- for x in self.env[var]:
- if x.startswith('/'):
- lst.append(x)
- else:
- lst.append(os.path.normpath(os.path.join(base, x)))
- self.env[var] = lst
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/clang.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/clang.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 3828e39..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/clang.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Krzysztof Kosiński 2014
-
-"""
-Detect the Clang C compiler
-"""
-
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot, ar, gcc
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_clang(conf):
- """
- Finds the program clang and executes it to ensure it really is clang
- """
- cc = conf.find_program('clang', var='CC')
- conf.get_cc_version(cc, clang=True)
- conf.env.CC_NAME = 'clang'
-
-def configure(conf):
- conf.find_clang()
- conf.find_program(['llvm-ar', 'ar'], var='AR')
- conf.find_ar()
- 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/Tools/clangxx.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/clangxx.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 152013c..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/clangxx.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy 2009-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Detect the Clang++ C++ compiler
-"""
-
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot, ar, gxx
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_clangxx(conf):
- """
- Finds the program clang++, and executes it to ensure it really is clang++
- """
- cxx = conf.find_program('clang++', var='CXX')
- conf.get_cc_version(cxx, clang=True)
- conf.env.CXX_NAME = 'clang'
-
-def configure(conf):
- conf.find_clangxx()
- conf.find_program(['llvm-ar', 'ar'], var='AR')
- conf.find_ar()
- conf.gxx_common_flags()
- conf.gxx_modifier_platform()
- conf.cxx_load_tools()
- conf.cxx_add_flags()
- conf.link_add_flags()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_c.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_c.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 2dba3f8..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_c.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,110 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Matthias Jahn jahn dôt matthias ât freenet dôt de, 2007 (pmarat)
-
-"""
-Try to detect a C compiler from the list of supported compilers (gcc, msvc, etc)::
-
- def options(opt):
- opt.load('compiler_c')
- def configure(cnf):
- cnf.load('compiler_c')
- def build(bld):
- bld.program(source='main.c', target='app')
-
-The compilers are associated to platforms in :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.compiler_c.c_compiler`. To register
-a new C compiler named *cfoo* (assuming the tool ``waflib/extras/cfoo.py`` exists), use::
-
- from waflib.Tools.compiler_c import c_compiler
- c_compiler['win32'] = ['cfoo', 'msvc', 'gcc']
-
- def options(opt):
- opt.load('compiler_c')
- def configure(cnf):
- cnf.load('compiler_c')
- def build(bld):
- bld.program(source='main.c', target='app')
-
-Not all compilers need to have a specific tool. For example, the clang compilers can be detected by the gcc tools when using::
-
- $ CC=clang waf configure
-"""
-
-import re
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot
-from waflib import Utils
-from waflib.Logs import debug
-
-c_compiler = {
-'win32': ['msvc', 'gcc', 'clang'],
-'cygwin': ['gcc'],
-'darwin': ['clang', 'gcc'],
-'aix': ['xlc', 'gcc', 'clang'],
-'linux': ['gcc', 'clang', 'icc'],
-'sunos': ['suncc', 'gcc'],
-'irix': ['gcc', 'irixcc'],
-'hpux': ['gcc'],
-'osf1V': ['gcc'],
-'gnu': ['gcc', 'clang'],
-'java': ['gcc', 'msvc', 'clang', 'icc'],
-'default':['clang', 'gcc'],
-}
-"""
-Dict mapping platform names to Waf tools finding specific C compilers::
-
- from waflib.Tools.compiler_c import c_compiler
- c_compiler['linux'] = ['gcc', 'icc', 'suncc']
-"""
-
-def default_compilers():
- build_platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- possible_compiler_list = c_compiler.get(build_platform, c_compiler['default'])
- return ' '.join(possible_compiler_list)
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Detects a suitable C compiler
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError` when no suitable compiler is found
- """
- try:
- test_for_compiler = conf.options.check_c_compiler or default_compilers()
- except AttributeError:
- conf.fatal("Add options(opt): opt.load('compiler_c')")
-
- for compiler in re.split('[ ,]+', test_for_compiler):
- conf.env.stash()
- conf.start_msg('Checking for %r (C compiler)' % compiler)
- try:
- conf.load(compiler)
- except conf.errors.ConfigurationError as e:
- conf.env.revert()
- conf.end_msg(False)
- debug('compiler_c: %r', e)
- else:
- if conf.env.CC:
- conf.end_msg(conf.env.get_flat('CC'))
- conf.env.COMPILER_CC = compiler
- conf.env.commit()
- break
- conf.env.revert()
- conf.end_msg(False)
- else:
- conf.fatal('could not configure a C compiler!')
-
-def options(opt):
- """
- This is how to provide compiler preferences on the command-line::
-
- $ waf configure --check-c-compiler=gcc
- """
- test_for_compiler = default_compilers()
- opt.load_special_tools('c_*.py', ban=['c_dumbpreproc.py'])
- cc_compiler_opts = opt.add_option_group('Configuration options')
- cc_compiler_opts.add_option('--check-c-compiler', default=None,
- help='list of C compilers to try [%s]' % test_for_compiler,
- dest="check_c_compiler")
-
- for x in test_for_compiler.split():
- opt.load('%s' % x)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_cxx.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_cxx.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 1af65a2..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_cxx.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,111 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Matthias Jahn jahn dôt matthias ât freenet dôt de 2007 (pmarat)
-
-"""
-Try to detect a C++ compiler from the list of supported compilers (g++, msvc, etc)::
-
- def options(opt):
- opt.load('compiler_cxx')
- def configure(cnf):
- cnf.load('compiler_cxx')
- def build(bld):
- bld.program(source='main.cpp', target='app')
-
-The compilers are associated to platforms in :py:attr:`waflib.Tools.compiler_cxx.cxx_compiler`. To register
-a new C++ compiler named *cfoo* (assuming the tool ``waflib/extras/cfoo.py`` exists), use::
-
- from waflib.Tools.compiler_cxx import cxx_compiler
- cxx_compiler['win32'] = ['cfoo', 'msvc', 'gcc']
-
- def options(opt):
- opt.load('compiler_cxx')
- def configure(cnf):
- cnf.load('compiler_cxx')
- def build(bld):
- bld.program(source='main.c', target='app')
-
-Not all compilers need to have a specific tool. For example, the clang compilers can be detected by the gcc tools when using::
-
- $ CXX=clang waf configure
-"""
-
-
-import re
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot
-from waflib import Utils
-from waflib.Logs import debug
-
-cxx_compiler = {
-'win32': ['msvc', 'g++', 'clang++'],
-'cygwin': ['g++'],
-'darwin': ['clang++', 'g++'],
-'aix': ['xlc++', 'g++', 'clang++'],
-'linux': ['g++', 'clang++', 'icpc'],
-'sunos': ['sunc++', 'g++'],
-'irix': ['g++'],
-'hpux': ['g++'],
-'osf1V': ['g++'],
-'gnu': ['g++', 'clang++'],
-'java': ['g++', 'msvc', 'clang++', 'icpc'],
-'default': ['clang++', 'g++']
-}
-"""
-Dict mapping the platform names to Waf tools finding specific C++ compilers::
-
- from waflib.Tools.compiler_cxx import cxx_compiler
- cxx_compiler['linux'] = ['gxx', 'icpc', 'suncxx']
-"""
-
-def default_compilers():
- build_platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- possible_compiler_list = cxx_compiler.get(build_platform, cxx_compiler['default'])
- return ' '.join(possible_compiler_list)
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Detects a suitable C++ compiler
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError` when no suitable compiler is found
- """
- try:
- test_for_compiler = conf.options.check_cxx_compiler or default_compilers()
- except AttributeError:
- conf.fatal("Add options(opt): opt.load('compiler_cxx')")
-
- for compiler in re.split('[ ,]+', test_for_compiler):
- conf.env.stash()
- conf.start_msg('Checking for %r (C++ compiler)' % compiler)
- try:
- conf.load(compiler)
- except conf.errors.ConfigurationError as e:
- conf.env.revert()
- conf.end_msg(False)
- debug('compiler_cxx: %r', e)
- else:
- if conf.env.CXX:
- conf.end_msg(conf.env.get_flat('CXX'))
- conf.env.COMPILER_CXX = compiler
- conf.env.commit()
- break
- conf.env.revert()
- conf.end_msg(False)
- else:
- conf.fatal('could not configure a C++ compiler!')
-
-def options(opt):
- """
- This is how to provide compiler preferences on the command-line::
-
- $ waf configure --check-cxx-compiler=gxx
- """
- test_for_compiler = default_compilers()
- opt.load_special_tools('cxx_*.py')
- cxx_compiler_opts = opt.add_option_group('Configuration options')
- cxx_compiler_opts.add_option('--check-cxx-compiler', default=None,
- help='list of C++ compilers to try [%s]' % test_for_compiler,
- dest="check_cxx_compiler")
-
- for x in test_for_compiler.split():
- opt.load('%s' % x)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_d.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_d.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 43bb1f6..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_d.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,85 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Carlos Rafael Giani, 2007 (dv)
-# Thomas Nagy, 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Try to detect a D compiler from the list of supported compilers::
-
- def options(opt):
- opt.load('compiler_d')
- def configure(cnf):
- cnf.load('compiler_d')
- def build(bld):
- bld.program(source='main.d', target='app')
-
-Only three D compilers are really present at the moment:
-
-* gdc
-* dmd, the ldc compiler having a very similar command-line interface
-* ldc2
-"""
-
-import re
-from waflib import Utils, Logs
-
-d_compiler = {
-'default' : ['gdc', 'dmd', 'ldc2']
-}
-"""
-Dict mapping the platform names to lists of names of D compilers to try, in order of preference::
-
- from waflib.Tools.compiler_d import d_compiler
- d_compiler['default'] = ['gdc', 'dmd', 'ldc2']
-"""
-
-def default_compilers():
- build_platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- possible_compiler_list = d_compiler.get(build_platform, d_compiler['default'])
- return ' '.join(possible_compiler_list)
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Detects a suitable D compiler
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError` when no suitable compiler is found
- """
- try:
- test_for_compiler = conf.options.check_d_compiler or default_compilers()
- except AttributeError:
- conf.fatal("Add options(opt): opt.load('compiler_d')")
-
- for compiler in re.split('[ ,]+', test_for_compiler):
- conf.env.stash()
- conf.start_msg('Checking for %r (D compiler)' % compiler)
- try:
- conf.load(compiler)
- except conf.errors.ConfigurationError as e:
- conf.env.revert()
- conf.end_msg(False)
- Logs.debug('compiler_d: %r', e)
- else:
- if conf.env.D:
- conf.end_msg(conf.env.get_flat('D'))
- conf.env.COMPILER_D = compiler
- conf.env.commit()
- break
- conf.env.revert()
- conf.end_msg(False)
- else:
- conf.fatal('could not configure a D compiler!')
-
-def options(opt):
- """
- This is how to provide compiler preferences on the command-line::
-
- $ waf configure --check-d-compiler=dmd
- """
- test_for_compiler = default_compilers()
- d_compiler_opts = opt.add_option_group('Configuration options')
- d_compiler_opts.add_option('--check-d-compiler', default=None,
- help='list of D compilers to try [%s]' % test_for_compiler, dest='check_d_compiler')
-
- for x in test_for_compiler.split():
- opt.load('%s' % x)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_fc.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_fc.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 96b58e7..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/compiler_fc.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,73 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-
-import re
-from waflib import Utils, Logs
-from waflib.Tools import fc
-
-fc_compiler = {
- 'win32' : ['gfortran','ifort'],
- 'darwin' : ['gfortran', 'g95', 'ifort'],
- 'linux' : ['gfortran', 'g95', 'ifort'],
- 'java' : ['gfortran', 'g95', 'ifort'],
- 'default': ['gfortran'],
- 'aix' : ['gfortran']
-}
-"""
-Dict mapping the platform names to lists of names of Fortran compilers to try, in order of preference::
-
- from waflib.Tools.compiler_c import c_compiler
- c_compiler['linux'] = ['gfortran', 'g95', 'ifort']
-"""
-
-def default_compilers():
- build_platform = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- possible_compiler_list = fc_compiler.get(build_platform, fc_compiler['default'])
- return ' '.join(possible_compiler_list)
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Detects a suitable Fortran compiler
-
- :raises: :py:class:`waflib.Errors.ConfigurationError` when no suitable compiler is found
- """
- try:
- test_for_compiler = conf.options.check_fortran_compiler or default_compilers()
- except AttributeError:
- conf.fatal("Add options(opt): opt.load('compiler_fc')")
- for compiler in re.split('[ ,]+', test_for_compiler):
- conf.env.stash()
- conf.start_msg('Checking for %r (Fortran compiler)' % compiler)
- try:
- conf.load(compiler)
- except conf.errors.ConfigurationError as e:
- conf.env.revert()
- conf.end_msg(False)
- Logs.debug('compiler_fortran: %r', e)
- else:
- if conf.env.FC:
- conf.end_msg(conf.env.get_flat('FC'))
- conf.env.COMPILER_FORTRAN = compiler
- conf.env.commit()
- break
- conf.env.revert()
- conf.end_msg(False)
- else:
- conf.fatal('could not configure a Fortran compiler!')
-
-def options(opt):
- """
- This is how to provide compiler preferences on the command-line::
-
- $ waf configure --check-fortran-compiler=ifort
- """
- test_for_compiler = default_compilers()
- opt.load_special_tools('fc_*.py')
- fortran_compiler_opts = opt.add_option_group('Configuration options')
- fortran_compiler_opts.add_option('--check-fortran-compiler', default=None,
- help='list of Fortran compiler to try [%s]' % test_for_compiler,
- dest="check_fortran_compiler")
-
- for x in test_for_compiler.split():
- opt.load('%s' % x)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/cs.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/cs.py
deleted file mode 100644
index aecca6d..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/cs.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,211 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-C# support. A simple example::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.load('cs')
- def build(bld):
- bld(features='cs', source='main.cs', gen='foo')
-
-Note that the configuration may compile C# snippets::
-
- FRAG = '''
- namespace Moo {
- public class Test { public static int Main(string[] args) { return 0; } }
- }'''
- def configure(conf):
- conf.check(features='cs', fragment=FRAG, compile_filename='test.cs', gen='test.exe',
- bintype='exe', csflags=['-pkg:gtk-sharp-2.0'], msg='Checking for Gtksharp support')
-"""
-
-from waflib import Utils, Task, Options, Errors
-from waflib.TaskGen import before_method, after_method, feature
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-ccroot.USELIB_VARS['cs'] = set(['CSFLAGS', 'ASSEMBLIES', 'RESOURCES'])
-ccroot.lib_patterns['csshlib'] = ['%s']
-
-@feature('cs')
-@before_method('process_source')
-def apply_cs(self):
- """
- Create a C# task bound to the attribute *cs_task*. There can be only one C# task by task generator.
- """
- cs_nodes = []
- no_nodes = []
- for x in self.to_nodes(self.source):
- if x.name.endswith('.cs'):
- cs_nodes.append(x)
- else:
- no_nodes.append(x)
- self.source = no_nodes
-
- bintype = getattr(self, 'bintype', self.gen.endswith('.dll') and 'library' or 'exe')
- self.cs_task = tsk = self.create_task('mcs', cs_nodes, self.path.find_or_declare(self.gen))
- tsk.env.CSTYPE = '/target:%s' % bintype
- tsk.env.OUT = '/out:%s' % tsk.outputs[0].abspath()
- self.env.append_value('CSFLAGS', '/platform:%s' % getattr(self, 'platform', 'anycpu'))
-
- 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('cs')
-@after_method('apply_cs')
-def use_cs(self):
- """
- C# applications honor the **use** keyword::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(features='cs', source='My.cs', bintype='library', gen='my.dll', name='mylib')
- bld(features='cs', source='Hi.cs', includes='.', bintype='exe', gen='hi.exe', use='mylib', name='hi')
- """
- names = self.to_list(getattr(self, 'use', []))
- get = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name
- for x in names:
- try:
- y = get(x)
- except Errors.WafError:
- self.env.append_value('CSFLAGS', '/reference:%s' % x)
- continue
- y.post()
-
- tsk = getattr(y, 'cs_task', None) or getattr(y, 'link_task', None)
- if not tsk:
- self.bld.fatal('cs task has no link task for use %r' % self)
- self.cs_task.dep_nodes.extend(tsk.outputs) # dependency
- self.cs_task.set_run_after(tsk) # order (redundant, the order is inferred from the nodes inputs/outputs)
- self.env.append_value('CSFLAGS', '/reference:%s' % tsk.outputs[0].abspath())
-
-@feature('cs')
-@after_method('apply_cs', 'use_cs')
-def debug_cs(self):
- """
- The C# targets may create .mdb or .pdb files::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(features='cs', source='My.cs', bintype='library', gen='my.dll', csdebug='full')
- # csdebug is a value in (True, 'full', 'pdbonly')
- """
- csdebug = getattr(self, 'csdebug', self.env.CSDEBUG)
- if not csdebug:
- return
-
- node = self.cs_task.outputs[0]
- if self.env.CS_NAME == 'mono':
- out = node.parent.find_or_declare(node.name + '.mdb')
- else:
- out = node.change_ext('.pdb')
- self.cs_task.outputs.append(out)
-
- if getattr(self, 'install_task', None):
- self.pdb_install_task = self.add_install_files(
- install_to=self.install_task.install_to, install_from=out)
-
- if csdebug == 'pdbonly':
- val = ['/debug+', '/debug:pdbonly']
- elif csdebug == 'full':
- val = ['/debug+', '/debug:full']
- else:
- val = ['/debug-']
- self.env.append_value('CSFLAGS', val)
-
-@feature('cs')
-@after_method('debug_cs')
-def doc_cs(self):
- """
- The C# targets may create .xml documentation files::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(features='cs', source='My.cs', bintype='library', gen='my.dll', csdoc=True)
- # csdoc is a boolean value
- """
- csdoc = getattr(self, 'csdoc', self.env.CSDOC)
- if not csdoc:
- return
-
- node = self.cs_task.outputs[0]
- out = node.change_ext('.xml')
- self.cs_task.outputs.append(out)
-
- if getattr(self, 'install_task', None):
- self.doc_install_task = self.add_install_files(
- install_to=self.install_task.install_to, install_from=out)
-
- self.env.append_value('CSFLAGS', '/doc:%s' % out.abspath())
-
-class mcs(Task.Task):
- """
- Compile C# files
- """
- color = 'YELLOW'
- run_str = '${MCS} ${CSTYPE} ${CSFLAGS} ${ASS_ST:ASSEMBLIES} ${RES_ST:RESOURCES} ${OUT} ${SRC}'
-
- def split_argfile(self, cmd):
- inline = [cmd[0]]
- infile = []
- for x in cmd[1:]:
- # csc doesn't want /noconfig in @file
- if x.lower() == '/noconfig':
- inline.append(x)
- else:
- infile.append(self.quote_flag(x))
- return (inline, infile)
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Find a C# compiler, set the variable MCS for the compiler and CS_NAME (mono or csc)
- """
- csc = getattr(Options.options, 'cscbinary', None)
- if csc:
- conf.env.MCS = csc
- conf.find_program(['csc', 'mcs', 'gmcs'], var='MCS')
- conf.env.ASS_ST = '/r:%s'
- conf.env.RES_ST = '/resource:%s'
-
- conf.env.CS_NAME = 'csc'
- if str(conf.env.MCS).lower().find('mcs') > -1:
- conf.env.CS_NAME = 'mono'
-
-def options(opt):
- """
- Add a command-line option for the configuration::
-
- $ waf configure --with-csc-binary=/foo/bar/mcs
- """
- opt.add_option('--with-csc-binary', type='string', dest='cscbinary')
-
-class fake_csshlib(Task.Task):
- """
- Task used for reading a foreign .net assembly and adding the dependency on it
- """
- color = 'YELLOW'
- inst_to = None
-
- def runnable_status(self):
- return Task.SKIP_ME
-
-@conf
-def read_csshlib(self, name, paths=[]):
- """
- Read a foreign .net assembly for the *use* system::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.read_csshlib('ManagedLibrary.dll', paths=[bld.env.mylibrarypath])
- bld(features='cs', source='Hi.cs', bintype='exe', gen='hi.exe', use='ManagedLibrary.dll')
-
- :param name: Name of the library
- :type name: string
- :param paths: Folders in which the library may be found
- :type paths: list of string
- :return: A task generator having the feature *fake_lib* which will call :py:func:`waflib.Tools.ccroot.process_lib`
- :rtype: :py:class:`waflib.TaskGen.task_gen`
- """
- return self(name=name, features='fake_lib', lib_paths=paths, lib_type='csshlib')
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/cxx.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/cxx.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 194fad7..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/cxx.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,40 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2005-2018 (ita)
-
-"Base for c++ programs and libraries"
-
-from waflib import TaskGen, Task
-from waflib.Tools import c_preproc
-from waflib.Tools.ccroot import link_task, stlink_task
-
-@TaskGen.extension('.cpp','.cc','.cxx','.C','.c++')
-def cxx_hook(self, node):
- "Binds c++ file extensions to create :py:class:`waflib.Tools.cxx.cxx` instances"
- return self.create_compiled_task('cxx', node)
-
-if not '.c' in TaskGen.task_gen.mappings:
- TaskGen.task_gen.mappings['.c'] = TaskGen.task_gen.mappings['.cpp']
-
-class cxx(Task.Task):
- "Compiles C++ files into object files"
- run_str = '${CXX} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${CXXFLAGS} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${CPPPATH_ST:INCPATHS} ${DEFINES_ST:DEFINES} ${CXX_SRC_F}${SRC} ${CXX_TGT_F}${TGT[0].abspath()} ${CPPFLAGS}'
- vars = ['CXXDEPS'] # unused variable to depend on, just in case
- ext_in = ['.h'] # set the build order easily by using ext_out=['.h']
- scan = c_preproc.scan
-
-class cxxprogram(link_task):
- "Links object files into c++ programs"
- run_str = '${LINK_CXX} ${LINKFLAGS} ${CXXLNK_SRC_F}${SRC} ${CXXLNK_TGT_F}${TGT[0].abspath()} ${RPATH_ST:RPATH} ${FRAMEWORKPATH_ST:FRAMEWORKPATH} ${FRAMEWORK_ST:FRAMEWORK} ${ARCH_ST:ARCH} ${STLIB_MARKER} ${STLIBPATH_ST:STLIBPATH} ${STLIB_ST:STLIB} ${SHLIB_MARKER} ${LIBPATH_ST:LIBPATH} ${LIB_ST:LIB} ${LDFLAGS}'
- vars = ['LINKDEPS']
- ext_out = ['.bin']
- inst_to = '${BINDIR}'
-
-class cxxshlib(cxxprogram):
- "Links object files into c++ shared libraries"
- inst_to = '${LIBDIR}'
-
-class cxxstlib(stlink_task):
- "Links object files into c++ static libraries"
- pass # do not remove
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/d.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/d.py
deleted file mode 100644
index e4cf73b..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/d.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,97 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Carlos Rafael Giani, 2007 (dv)
-# Thomas Nagy, 2007-2018 (ita)
-
-from waflib import Utils, Task, Errors
-from waflib.TaskGen import taskgen_method, feature, extension
-from waflib.Tools import d_scan, d_config
-from waflib.Tools.ccroot import link_task, stlink_task
-
-class d(Task.Task):
- "Compile a d file into an object file"
- color = 'GREEN'
- run_str = '${D} ${DFLAGS} ${DINC_ST:INCPATHS} ${D_SRC_F:SRC} ${D_TGT_F:TGT}'
- scan = d_scan.scan
-
-class d_with_header(d):
- "Compile a d file and generate a header"
- run_str = '${D} ${DFLAGS} ${DINC_ST:INCPATHS} ${D_HDR_F:tgt.outputs[1].bldpath()} ${D_SRC_F:SRC} ${D_TGT_F:tgt.outputs[0].bldpath()}'
-
-class d_header(Task.Task):
- "Compile d headers"
- color = 'BLUE'
- run_str = '${D} ${D_HEADER} ${SRC}'
-
-class dprogram(link_task):
- "Link object files into a d program"
- run_str = '${D_LINKER} ${LINKFLAGS} ${DLNK_SRC_F}${SRC} ${DLNK_TGT_F:TGT} ${RPATH_ST:RPATH} ${DSTLIB_MARKER} ${DSTLIBPATH_ST:STLIBPATH} ${DSTLIB_ST:STLIB} ${DSHLIB_MARKER} ${DLIBPATH_ST:LIBPATH} ${DSHLIB_ST:LIB}'
- inst_to = '${BINDIR}'
-
-class dshlib(dprogram):
- "Link object files into a d shared library"
- inst_to = '${LIBDIR}'
-
-class dstlib(stlink_task):
- "Link object files into a d static library"
- pass # do not remove
-
-@extension('.d', '.di', '.D')
-def d_hook(self, node):
- """
- Compile *D* files. To get .di files as well as .o files, set the following::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.program(source='foo.d', target='app', generate_headers=True)
-
- """
- ext = Utils.destos_to_binfmt(self.env.DEST_OS) == 'pe' and 'obj' or 'o'
- out = '%s.%d.%s' % (node.name, self.idx, ext)
- def create_compiled_task(self, name, node):
- 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
-
- if getattr(self, 'generate_headers', None):
- tsk = create_compiled_task(self, 'd_with_header', node)
- tsk.outputs.append(node.change_ext(self.env.DHEADER_ext))
- else:
- tsk = create_compiled_task(self, 'd', node)
- return tsk
-
-@taskgen_method
-def generate_header(self, filename):
- """
- See feature request #104::
-
- def build(bld):
- tg = bld.program(source='foo.d', target='app')
- tg.generate_header('blah.d')
- # is equivalent to:
- #tg = bld.program(source='foo.d', target='app', header_lst='blah.d')
-
- :param filename: header to create
- :type filename: string
- """
- try:
- self.header_lst.append([filename, self.install_path])
- except AttributeError:
- self.header_lst = [[filename, self.install_path]]
-
-@feature('d')
-def process_header(self):
- """
- Process the attribute 'header_lst' to create the d header compilation tasks::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.program(source='foo.d', target='app', header_lst='blah.d')
- """
- for i in getattr(self, 'header_lst', []):
- node = self.path.find_resource(i[0])
- if not node:
- raise Errors.WafError('file %r not found on d obj' % i[0])
- self.create_task('d_header', node, node.change_ext('.di'))
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/d_config.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/d_config.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 6637556..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/d_config.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,64 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-from waflib import Utils
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def d_platform_flags(self):
- """
- Sets the extensions dll/so for d programs and libraries
- """
- v = self.env
- if not v.DEST_OS:
- v.DEST_OS = Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- binfmt = Utils.destos_to_binfmt(self.env.DEST_OS)
- if binfmt == 'pe':
- v.dprogram_PATTERN = '%s.exe'
- v.dshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.dll'
- v.dstlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.a'
- elif binfmt == 'mac-o':
- v.dprogram_PATTERN = '%s'
- v.dshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.dylib'
- v.dstlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.a'
- else:
- v.dprogram_PATTERN = '%s'
- v.dshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.so'
- v.dstlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.a'
-
-DLIB = '''
-version(D_Version2) {
- import std.stdio;
- int main() {
- writefln("phobos2");
- return 0;
- }
-} else {
- version(Tango) {
- import tango.stdc.stdio;
- int main() {
- printf("tango");
- return 0;
- }
- } else {
- import std.stdio;
- int main() {
- writefln("phobos1");
- return 0;
- }
- }
-}
-'''
-"""Detection string for the D standard library"""
-
-@conf
-def check_dlibrary(self, execute=True):
- """
- Detects the kind of standard library that comes with the compiler,
- and sets conf.env.DLIBRARY to tango, phobos1 or phobos2
- """
- ret = self.check_cc(features='d dprogram', fragment=DLIB, compile_filename='test.d', execute=execute, define_ret=True)
- if execute:
- self.env.DLIBRARY = ret.strip()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/d_scan.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/d_scan.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 4e807a6..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/d_scan.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,211 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Provide a scanner for finding dependencies on d files
-"""
-
-import re
-from waflib import Utils
-
-def filter_comments(filename):
- """
- :param filename: d file name
- :type filename: string
- :rtype: list
- :return: a list of characters
- """
- txt = Utils.readf(filename)
- i = 0
- buf = []
- max = len(txt)
- begin = 0
- while i < max:
- c = txt[i]
- if c == '"' or c == "'": # skip a string or character literal
- buf.append(txt[begin:i])
- delim = c
- i += 1
- while i < max:
- c = txt[i]
- if c == delim:
- break
- elif c == '\\': # skip the character following backslash
- i += 1
- i += 1
- i += 1
- begin = i
- elif c == '/': # try to replace a comment with whitespace
- buf.append(txt[begin:i])
- i += 1
- if i == max:
- break
- c = txt[i]
- if c == '+': # eat nesting /+ +/ comment
- i += 1
- nesting = 1
- c = None
- while i < max:
- prev = c
- c = txt[i]
- if prev == '/' and c == '+':
- nesting += 1
- c = None
- elif prev == '+' and c == '/':
- nesting -= 1
- if nesting == 0:
- break
- c = None
- i += 1
- elif c == '*': # eat /* */ comment
- i += 1
- c = None
- while i < max:
- prev = c
- c = txt[i]
- if prev == '*' and c == '/':
- break
- i += 1
- elif c == '/': # eat // comment
- i += 1
- while i < max and txt[i] != '\n':
- i += 1
- else: # no comment
- begin = i - 1
- continue
- i += 1
- begin = i
- buf.append(' ')
- else:
- i += 1
- buf.append(txt[begin:])
- return buf
-
-class d_parser(object):
- """
- Parser for d files
- """
- def __init__(self, env, incpaths):
- #self.code = ''
- #self.module = ''
- #self.imports = []
-
- self.allnames = []
-
- self.re_module = re.compile(r"module\s+([^;]+)")
- self.re_import = re.compile(r"import\s+([^;]+)")
- self.re_import_bindings = re.compile("([^:]+):(.*)")
- self.re_import_alias = re.compile("[^=]+=(.+)")
-
- self.env = env
-
- self.nodes = []
- self.names = []
-
- self.incpaths = incpaths
-
- def tryfind(self, filename):
- """
- Search file a file matching an module/import directive
-
- :param filename: file to read
- :type filename: string
- """
- found = 0
- for n in self.incpaths:
- found = n.find_resource(filename.replace('.', '/') + '.d')
- if found:
- self.nodes.append(found)
- self.waiting.append(found)
- break
- if not found:
- if not filename in self.names:
- self.names.append(filename)
-
- def get_strings(self, code):
- """
- :param code: d code to parse
- :type code: string
- :return: the modules that the code uses
- :rtype: a list of match objects
- """
- #self.imports = []
- self.module = ''
- lst = []
-
- # get the module name (if present)
-
- mod_name = self.re_module.search(code)
- if mod_name:
- self.module = re.sub(r'\s+', '', mod_name.group(1)) # strip all whitespaces
-
- # go through the code, have a look at all import occurrences
-
- # first, lets look at anything beginning with "import" and ending with ";"
- import_iterator = self.re_import.finditer(code)
- if import_iterator:
- for import_match in import_iterator:
- import_match_str = re.sub(r'\s+', '', import_match.group(1)) # strip all whitespaces
-
- # does this end with an import bindings declaration?
- # (import bindings always terminate the list of imports)
- bindings_match = self.re_import_bindings.match(import_match_str)
- if bindings_match:
- import_match_str = bindings_match.group(1)
- # if so, extract the part before the ":" (since the module declaration(s) is/are located there)
-
- # split the matching string into a bunch of strings, separated by a comma
- matches = import_match_str.split(',')
-
- for match in matches:
- alias_match = self.re_import_alias.match(match)
- if alias_match:
- # is this an alias declaration? (alias = module name) if so, extract the module name
- match = alias_match.group(1)
-
- lst.append(match)
- return lst
-
- def start(self, node):
- """
- The parsing starts here
-
- :param node: input file
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- self.waiting = [node]
- # while the stack is not empty, add the dependencies
- while self.waiting:
- nd = self.waiting.pop(0)
- self.iter(nd)
-
- def iter(self, node):
- """
- Find all the modules that a file depends on, uses :py:meth:`waflib.Tools.d_scan.d_parser.tryfind` to process dependent files
-
- :param node: input file
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- path = node.abspath() # obtain the absolute path
- code = "".join(filter_comments(path)) # read the file and filter the comments
- names = self.get_strings(code) # obtain the import strings
- for x in names:
- # optimization
- if x in self.allnames:
- continue
- self.allnames.append(x)
-
- # for each name, see if it is like a node or not
- self.tryfind(x)
-
-def scan(self):
- "look for .d/.di used by a d file"
- env = self.env
- gruik = d_parser(env, self.generator.includes_nodes)
- node = self.inputs[0]
- gruik.start(node)
- nodes = gruik.nodes
- names = gruik.names
- return (nodes, names)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/dbus.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/dbus.py
deleted file mode 100644
index d520f1c..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/dbus.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,70 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Ali Sabil, 2007
-
-"""
-Compiles dbus files with **dbus-binding-tool**
-
-Typical usage::
-
- def options(opt):
- opt.load('compiler_c dbus')
- def configure(conf):
- conf.load('compiler_c dbus')
- def build(bld):
- tg = bld.program(
- includes = '.',
- source = bld.path.ant_glob('*.c'),
- target = 'gnome-hello')
- tg.add_dbus_file('test.xml', 'test_prefix', 'glib-server')
-"""
-
-from waflib import Task, Errors
-from waflib.TaskGen import taskgen_method, before_method
-
-@taskgen_method
-def add_dbus_file(self, filename, prefix, mode):
- """
- 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: dbus binding tool prefix (--prefix=prefix)
- :type prefix: string
- :param mode: dbus binding tool mode (--mode=mode)
- :type mode: string
- """
- if not hasattr(self, 'dbus_lst'):
- self.dbus_lst = []
- if not 'process_dbus' in self.meths:
- self.meths.append('process_dbus')
- self.dbus_lst.append([filename, prefix, mode])
-
-@before_method('process_source')
-def process_dbus(self):
- """
- Processes the dbus files stored in the attribute *dbus_lst* to create :py:class:`waflib.Tools.dbus.dbus_binding_tool` instances.
- """
- for filename, prefix, mode in getattr(self, 'dbus_lst', []):
- node = self.path.find_resource(filename)
- if not node:
- raise Errors.WafError('file not found ' + filename)
- tsk = self.create_task('dbus_binding_tool', node, node.change_ext('.h'))
- tsk.env.DBUS_BINDING_TOOL_PREFIX = prefix
- tsk.env.DBUS_BINDING_TOOL_MODE = mode
-
-class dbus_binding_tool(Task.Task):
- """
- Compiles a dbus file
- """
- color = 'BLUE'
- ext_out = ['.h']
- run_str = '${DBUS_BINDING_TOOL} --prefix=${DBUS_BINDING_TOOL_PREFIX} --mode=${DBUS_BINDING_TOOL_MODE} --output=${TGT} ${SRC}'
- shell = True # temporary workaround for #795
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Detects the program dbus-binding-tool and sets ``conf.env.DBUS_BINDING_TOOL``
- """
- conf.find_program('dbus-binding-tool', var='DBUS_BINDING_TOOL')
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/dmd.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/dmd.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 8917ca1..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/dmd.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,80 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Carlos Rafael Giani, 2007 (dv)
-# Thomas Nagy, 2008-2018 (ita)
-
-import sys
-from waflib.Tools import ar, d
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_dmd(conf):
- """
- Finds the program *dmd*, *dmd2*, or *ldc* and set the variable *D*
- """
- conf.find_program(['dmd', 'dmd2', 'ldc'], var='D')
-
- # make sure that we're dealing with dmd1, dmd2, or ldc(1)
- out = conf.cmd_and_log(conf.env.D + ['--help'])
- if out.find("D Compiler v") == -1:
- out = conf.cmd_and_log(conf.env.D + ['-version'])
- if out.find("based on DMD v1.") == -1:
- conf.fatal("detected compiler is not dmd/ldc")
-
-@conf
-def common_flags_ldc(conf):
- """
- Sets the D flags required by *ldc*
- """
- v = conf.env
- v.DFLAGS = ['-d-version=Posix']
- v.LINKFLAGS = []
- v.DFLAGS_dshlib = ['-relocation-model=pic']
-
-@conf
-def common_flags_dmd(conf):
- """
- Set the flags required by *dmd* or *dmd2*
- """
- v = conf.env
-
- v.D_SRC_F = ['-c']
- v.D_TGT_F = '-of%s'
-
- v.D_LINKER = v.D
- v.DLNK_SRC_F = ''
- v.DLNK_TGT_F = '-of%s'
- v.DINC_ST = '-I%s'
-
- v.DSHLIB_MARKER = v.DSTLIB_MARKER = ''
- v.DSTLIB_ST = v.DSHLIB_ST = '-L-l%s'
- v.DSTLIBPATH_ST = v.DLIBPATH_ST = '-L-L%s'
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_dprogram= ['-quiet']
-
- v.DFLAGS_dshlib = ['-fPIC']
- v.LINKFLAGS_dshlib = ['-L-shared']
-
- v.DHEADER_ext = '.di'
- v.DFLAGS_d_with_header = ['-H', '-Hf']
- v.D_HDR_F = '%s'
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Configuration for *dmd*, *dmd2*, and *ldc*
- """
- conf.find_dmd()
-
- if sys.platform == 'win32':
- out = conf.cmd_and_log(conf.env.D + ['--help'])
- if out.find('D Compiler v2.') > -1:
- conf.fatal('dmd2 on Windows is not supported, use gdc or ldc2 instead')
-
- conf.load('ar')
- conf.load('d')
- conf.common_flags_dmd()
- conf.d_platform_flags()
-
- if str(conf.env.D).find('ldc') > -1:
- conf.common_flags_ldc()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/errcheck.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/errcheck.py
deleted file mode 100644
index de8d75a..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/errcheck.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,237 +0,0 @@
-#! /usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2011 (ita)
-
-"""
-Common mistakes highlighting.
-
-There is a performance impact, so this tool is only loaded when running ``waf -v``
-"""
-
-typos = {
-'feature':'features',
-'sources':'source',
-'targets':'target',
-'include':'includes',
-'export_include':'export_includes',
-'define':'defines',
-'importpath':'includes',
-'installpath':'install_path',
-'iscopy':'is_copy',
-'uses':'use',
-}
-
-meths_typos = ['__call__', 'program', 'shlib', 'stlib', 'objects']
-
-import sys
-from waflib import Logs, Build, Node, Task, TaskGen, ConfigSet, Errors, Utils
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot
-
-def check_same_targets(self):
- mp = Utils.defaultdict(list)
- uids = {}
-
- def check_task(tsk):
- if not isinstance(tsk, Task.Task):
- return
- if hasattr(tsk, 'no_errcheck_out'):
- return
-
- for node in tsk.outputs:
- mp[node].append(tsk)
- try:
- uids[tsk.uid()].append(tsk)
- except KeyError:
- uids[tsk.uid()] = [tsk]
-
- for g in self.groups:
- for tg in g:
- try:
- for tsk in tg.tasks:
- check_task(tsk)
- except AttributeError:
- # raised if not a task generator, which should be uncommon
- check_task(tg)
-
- dupe = False
- for (k, v) in mp.items():
- if len(v) > 1:
- dupe = True
- msg = '* Node %r is created more than once%s. The task generators are:' % (k, Logs.verbose == 1 and " (full message on 'waf -v -v')" or "")
- Logs.error(msg)
- for x in v:
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- Logs.error(' %d. %r', 1 + v.index(x), x.generator)
- else:
- Logs.error(' %d. %r in %r', 1 + v.index(x), x.generator.name, getattr(x.generator, 'path', None))
- Logs.error('If you think that this is an error, set no_errcheck_out on the task instance')
-
- if not dupe:
- for (k, v) in uids.items():
- if len(v) > 1:
- Logs.error('* Several tasks use the same identifier. Please check the information on\n https://waf.io/apidocs/Task.html?highlight=uid#waflib.Task.Task.uid')
- tg_details = tsk.generator.name
- if Logs.verbose > 2:
- tg_details = tsk.generator
- for tsk in v:
- Logs.error(' - object %r (%r) defined in %r', tsk.__class__.__name__, tsk, tg_details)
-
-def check_invalid_constraints(self):
- feat = set()
- for x in list(TaskGen.feats.values()):
- feat.union(set(x))
- for (x, y) in TaskGen.task_gen.prec.items():
- feat.add(x)
- feat.union(set(y))
- ext = set()
- for x in TaskGen.task_gen.mappings.values():
- ext.add(x.__name__)
- invalid = ext & feat
- if invalid:
- Logs.error('The methods %r have invalid annotations: @extension <-> @feature/@before_method/@after_method', list(invalid))
-
- # the build scripts have been read, so we can check for invalid after/before attributes on task classes
- for cls in list(Task.classes.values()):
- if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000 and issubclass(cls, Task.Task) and isinstance(cls.hcode, str):
- raise Errors.WafError('Class %r has hcode value %r of type <str>, expecting <bytes> (use Utils.h_cmd() ?)' % (cls, cls.hcode))
-
- for x in ('before', 'after'):
- for y in Utils.to_list(getattr(cls, x, [])):
- if not Task.classes.get(y):
- Logs.error('Erroneous order constraint %r=%r on task class %r', x, y, cls.__name__)
- if getattr(cls, 'rule', None):
- Logs.error('Erroneous attribute "rule" on task class %r (rename to "run_str")', cls.__name__)
-
-def replace(m):
- """
- Replaces existing BuildContext methods to verify parameter names,
- for example ``bld(source=)`` has no ending *s*
- """
- oldcall = getattr(Build.BuildContext, m)
- def call(self, *k, **kw):
- ret = oldcall(self, *k, **kw)
- for x in typos:
- if x in kw:
- if x == 'iscopy' and 'subst' in getattr(self, 'features', ''):
- continue
- Logs.error('Fix the typo %r -> %r on %r', x, typos[x], ret)
- return ret
- setattr(Build.BuildContext, m, call)
-
-def enhance_lib():
- """
- Modifies existing classes and methods to enable error verification
- """
- for m in meths_typos:
- replace(m)
-
- # catch '..' in ant_glob patterns
- def ant_glob(self, *k, **kw):
- if k:
- lst = Utils.to_list(k[0])
- for pat in lst:
- sp = pat.split('/')
- if '..' in sp:
- Logs.error("In ant_glob pattern %r: '..' means 'two dots', not 'parent directory'", k[0])
- if '.' in sp:
- Logs.error("In ant_glob pattern %r: '.' means 'one dot', not 'current directory'", k[0])
- return self.old_ant_glob(*k, **kw)
- Node.Node.old_ant_glob = Node.Node.ant_glob
- Node.Node.ant_glob = ant_glob
-
- # catch ant_glob on build folders
- def ant_iter(self, accept=None, maxdepth=25, pats=[], dir=False, src=True, remove=True, quiet=False):
- if remove:
- try:
- if self.is_child_of(self.ctx.bldnode) and not quiet:
- quiet = True
- Logs.error('Calling ant_glob on build folders (%r) is dangerous: add quiet=True / remove=False', self)
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- return self.old_ant_iter(accept, maxdepth, pats, dir, src, remove, quiet)
- Node.Node.old_ant_iter = Node.Node.ant_iter
- Node.Node.ant_iter = ant_iter
-
- # catch conflicting ext_in/ext_out/before/after declarations
- old = Task.is_before
- def is_before(t1, t2):
- ret = old(t1, t2)
- if ret and old(t2, t1):
- Logs.error('Contradictory order constraints in classes %r %r', t1, t2)
- return ret
- Task.is_before = is_before
-
- # check for bld(feature='cshlib') where no 'c' is given - this can be either a mistake or on purpose
- # so we only issue a warning
- def check_err_features(self):
- lst = self.to_list(self.features)
- if 'shlib' in lst:
- Logs.error('feature shlib -> cshlib, dshlib or cxxshlib')
- for x in ('c', 'cxx', 'd', 'fc'):
- if not x in lst and lst and lst[0] in [x+y for y in ('program', 'shlib', 'stlib')]:
- Logs.error('%r features is probably missing %r', self, x)
- TaskGen.feature('*')(check_err_features)
-
- # check for erroneous order constraints
- def check_err_order(self):
- if not hasattr(self, 'rule') and not 'subst' in Utils.to_list(self.features):
- for x in ('before', 'after', 'ext_in', 'ext_out'):
- if hasattr(self, x):
- Logs.warn('Erroneous order constraint %r on non-rule based task generator %r', x, self)
- else:
- for x in ('before', 'after'):
- for y in self.to_list(getattr(self, x, [])):
- if not Task.classes.get(y):
- Logs.error('Erroneous order constraint %s=%r on %r (no such class)', x, y, self)
- TaskGen.feature('*')(check_err_order)
-
- # check for @extension used with @feature/@before_method/@after_method
- def check_compile(self):
- check_invalid_constraints(self)
- try:
- ret = self.orig_compile()
- finally:
- check_same_targets(self)
- return ret
- Build.BuildContext.orig_compile = Build.BuildContext.compile
- Build.BuildContext.compile = check_compile
-
- # check for invalid build groups #914
- def use_rec(self, name, **kw):
- try:
- y = self.bld.get_tgen_by_name(name)
- except Errors.WafError:
- pass
- else:
- idx = self.bld.get_group_idx(self)
- odx = self.bld.get_group_idx(y)
- if odx > idx:
- msg = "Invalid 'use' across build groups:"
- if Logs.verbose > 1:
- msg += '\n target %r\n uses:\n %r' % (self, y)
- else:
- msg += " %r uses %r (try 'waf -v -v' for the full error)" % (self.name, name)
- raise Errors.WafError(msg)
- self.orig_use_rec(name, **kw)
- TaskGen.task_gen.orig_use_rec = TaskGen.task_gen.use_rec
- TaskGen.task_gen.use_rec = use_rec
-
- # check for env.append
- def _getattr(self, name, default=None):
- if name == 'append' or name == 'add':
- raise Errors.WafError('env.append and env.add do not exist: use env.append_value/env.append_unique')
- elif name == 'prepend':
- raise Errors.WafError('env.prepend does not exist: use env.prepend_value')
- if name in self.__slots__:
- return super(ConfigSet.ConfigSet, self).__getattr__(name, default)
- else:
- return self[name]
- ConfigSet.ConfigSet.__getattr__ = _getattr
-
-
-def options(opt):
- """
- Error verification can be enabled by default (not just on ``waf -v``) by adding to the user script options
- """
- enhance_lib()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc.py
deleted file mode 100644
index fd4d39c..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,203 +0,0 @@
-#! /usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# DC 2008
-# Thomas Nagy 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Fortran support
-"""
-
-from waflib import Utils, Task, Errors
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot, fc_config, fc_scan
-from waflib.TaskGen import extension
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-ccroot.USELIB_VARS['fc'] = set(['FCFLAGS', 'DEFINES', 'INCLUDES', 'FCPPFLAGS'])
-ccroot.USELIB_VARS['fcprogram_test'] = ccroot.USELIB_VARS['fcprogram'] = set(['LIB', 'STLIB', 'LIBPATH', 'STLIBPATH', 'LINKFLAGS', 'RPATH', 'LINKDEPS'])
-ccroot.USELIB_VARS['fcshlib'] = set(['LIB', 'STLIB', 'LIBPATH', 'STLIBPATH', 'LINKFLAGS', 'RPATH', 'LINKDEPS'])
-ccroot.USELIB_VARS['fcstlib'] = set(['ARFLAGS', 'LINKDEPS'])
-
-@extension('.f','.F','.f90','.F90','.for','.FOR','.f95','.F95','.f03','.F03','.f08','.F08')
-def fc_hook(self, node):
- "Binds the Fortran file extensions create :py:class:`waflib.Tools.fc.fc` instances"
- return self.create_compiled_task('fc', node)
-
-@conf
-def modfile(conf, name):
- """
- Turns a module name into the right module file name.
- Defaults to all lower case.
- """
- if name.find(':') >= 0:
- # Depending on a submodule!
- separator = conf.env.FC_SUBMOD_SEPARATOR or '@'
- # Ancestors of the submodule will be prefixed to the
- # submodule name, separated by a colon.
- modpath = name.split(':')
- # Only the ancestor (actual) module and the submodule name
- # will be used for the filename.
- modname = modpath[0] + separator + modpath[-1]
- suffix = conf.env.FC_SUBMOD_SUFFIX or '.smod'
- else:
- modname = name
- suffix = '.mod'
-
- return {'lower' :modname.lower() + suffix.lower(),
- 'lower.MOD' :modname.lower() + suffix.upper(),
- 'UPPER.mod' :modname.upper() + suffix.lower(),
- 'UPPER' :modname.upper() + suffix.upper()}[conf.env.FC_MOD_CAPITALIZATION or 'lower']
-
-def get_fortran_tasks(tsk):
- """
- Obtains all fortran tasks from the same build group. Those tasks must not have
- the attribute 'nomod' or 'mod_fortran_done'
-
- :return: a list of :py:class:`waflib.Tools.fc.fc` instances
- """
- bld = tsk.generator.bld
- tasks = bld.get_tasks_group(bld.get_group_idx(tsk.generator))
- return [x for x in tasks if isinstance(x, fc) and not getattr(x, 'nomod', None) and not getattr(x, 'mod_fortran_done', None)]
-
-class fc(Task.Task):
- """
- Fortran tasks can only run when all fortran tasks in a current task group are ready to be executed
- This may cause a deadlock if some fortran task is waiting for something that cannot happen (circular dependency)
- Should this ever happen, set the 'nomod=True' on those tasks instances to break the loop
- """
- color = 'GREEN'
- run_str = '${FC} ${FCFLAGS} ${FCINCPATH_ST:INCPATHS} ${FCDEFINES_ST:DEFINES} ${_FCMODOUTFLAGS} ${FC_TGT_F}${TGT[0].abspath()} ${FC_SRC_F}${SRC[0].abspath()} ${FCPPFLAGS}'
- vars = ["FORTRANMODPATHFLAG"]
-
- def scan(self):
- """Fortran dependency scanner"""
- tmp = fc_scan.fortran_parser(self.generator.includes_nodes)
- tmp.task = self
- tmp.start(self.inputs[0])
- return (tmp.nodes, tmp.names)
-
- def runnable_status(self):
- """
- Sets the mod file outputs and the dependencies on the mod files over all Fortran tasks
- executed by the main thread so there are no concurrency issues
- """
- if getattr(self, 'mod_fortran_done', None):
- return super(fc, self).runnable_status()
-
- # now, if we reach this part it is because this fortran task is the first in the list
- bld = self.generator.bld
-
- # obtain the fortran tasks
- lst = get_fortran_tasks(self)
-
- # disable this method for other tasks
- for tsk in lst:
- tsk.mod_fortran_done = True
-
- # wait for all the .f tasks to be ready for execution
- # and ensure that the scanners are called at least once
- for tsk in lst:
- ret = tsk.runnable_status()
- if ret == Task.ASK_LATER:
- # we have to wait for one of the other fortran tasks to be ready
- # this may deadlock if there are dependencies between fortran tasks
- # but this should not happen (we are setting them here!)
- for x in lst:
- x.mod_fortran_done = None
-
- return Task.ASK_LATER
-
- ins = Utils.defaultdict(set)
- outs = Utils.defaultdict(set)
-
- # the .mod files to create
- for tsk in lst:
- key = tsk.uid()
- for x in bld.raw_deps[key]:
- if x.startswith('MOD@'):
- name = bld.modfile(x.replace('MOD@', ''))
- node = bld.srcnode.find_or_declare(name)
- tsk.set_outputs(node)
- outs[node].add(tsk)
-
- # the .mod files to use
- for tsk in lst:
- key = tsk.uid()
- for x in bld.raw_deps[key]:
- if x.startswith('USE@'):
- name = bld.modfile(x.replace('USE@', ''))
- node = bld.srcnode.find_resource(name)
- if node and node not in tsk.outputs:
- if not node in bld.node_deps[key]:
- bld.node_deps[key].append(node)
- ins[node].add(tsk)
-
- # if the intersection matches, set the order
- for k in ins.keys():
- for a in ins[k]:
- a.run_after.update(outs[k])
- for x in outs[k]:
- self.generator.bld.producer.revdeps[x].add(a)
-
- # the scanner cannot output nodes, so we have to set them
- # ourselves as task.dep_nodes (additional input nodes)
- tmp = []
- for t in outs[k]:
- tmp.extend(t.outputs)
- a.dep_nodes.extend(tmp)
- a.dep_nodes.sort(key=lambda x: x.abspath())
-
- # the task objects have changed: clear the signature cache
- for tsk in lst:
- try:
- delattr(tsk, 'cache_sig')
- except AttributeError:
- pass
-
- return super(fc, self).runnable_status()
-
-class fcprogram(ccroot.link_task):
- """Links Fortran programs"""
- color = 'YELLOW'
- run_str = '${FC} ${LINKFLAGS} ${FCLNK_SRC_F}${SRC} ${FCLNK_TGT_F}${TGT[0].abspath()} ${RPATH_ST:RPATH} ${FCSTLIB_MARKER} ${FCSTLIBPATH_ST:STLIBPATH} ${FCSTLIB_ST:STLIB} ${FCSHLIB_MARKER} ${FCLIBPATH_ST:LIBPATH} ${FCLIB_ST:LIB} ${LDFLAGS}'
- inst_to = '${BINDIR}'
-
-class fcshlib(fcprogram):
- """Links Fortran libraries"""
- inst_to = '${LIBDIR}'
-
-class fcstlib(ccroot.stlink_task):
- """Links Fortran static libraries (uses ar by default)"""
- pass # do not remove the pass statement
-
-class fcprogram_test(fcprogram):
- """Custom link task to obtain compiler outputs for Fortran configuration tests"""
-
- def runnable_status(self):
- """This task is always executed"""
- ret = super(fcprogram_test, self).runnable_status()
- if ret == Task.SKIP_ME:
- ret = Task.RUN_ME
- return ret
-
- def exec_command(self, cmd, **kw):
- """Stores the compiler std our/err onto the build context, to bld.out + bld.err"""
- bld = self.generator.bld
-
- kw['shell'] = isinstance(cmd, str)
- kw['stdout'] = kw['stderr'] = Utils.subprocess.PIPE
- kw['cwd'] = self.get_cwd()
- bld.out = bld.err = ''
-
- bld.to_log('command: %s\n' % cmd)
-
- kw['output'] = 0
- try:
- (bld.out, bld.err) = bld.cmd_and_log(cmd, **kw)
- except Errors.WafError:
- return -1
-
- if bld.out:
- bld.to_log('out: %s\n' % bld.out)
- if bld.err:
- bld.to_log('err: %s\n' % bld.err)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc_config.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc_config.py
deleted file mode 100644
index dc5e5c9..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc_config.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,488 +0,0 @@
-#! /usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# DC 2008
-# Thomas Nagy 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Fortran configuration helpers
-"""
-
-import re, os, sys, shlex
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method
-
-FC_FRAGMENT = ' program main\n end program main\n'
-FC_FRAGMENT2 = ' PROGRAM MAIN\n END\n' # what's the actual difference between these?
-
-@conf
-def fc_flags(conf):
- """
- Defines common fortran configuration flags and file extensions
- """
- v = conf.env
-
- v.FC_SRC_F = []
- v.FC_TGT_F = ['-c', '-o']
- v.FCINCPATH_ST = '-I%s'
- v.FCDEFINES_ST = '-D%s'
-
- if not v.LINK_FC:
- v.LINK_FC = v.FC
-
- v.FCLNK_SRC_F = []
- v.FCLNK_TGT_F = ['-o']
-
- v.FCFLAGS_fcshlib = ['-fpic']
- v.LINKFLAGS_fcshlib = ['-shared']
- v.fcshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.so'
-
- v.fcstlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.a'
-
- v.FCLIB_ST = '-l%s'
- v.FCLIBPATH_ST = '-L%s'
- v.FCSTLIB_ST = '-l%s'
- v.FCSTLIBPATH_ST = '-L%s'
- v.FCSTLIB_MARKER = '-Wl,-Bstatic'
- v.FCSHLIB_MARKER = '-Wl,-Bdynamic'
-
- v.SONAME_ST = '-Wl,-h,%s'
-
-@conf
-def fc_add_flags(conf):
- """
- Adds FCFLAGS / LDFLAGS / LINKFLAGS from os.environ to conf.env
- """
- conf.add_os_flags('FCPPFLAGS', dup=False)
- conf.add_os_flags('FCFLAGS', dup=False)
- conf.add_os_flags('LINKFLAGS', dup=False)
- conf.add_os_flags('LDFLAGS', dup=False)
-
-@conf
-def check_fortran(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Compiles a Fortran program to ensure that the settings are correct
- """
- self.check_cc(
- fragment = FC_FRAGMENT,
- compile_filename = 'test.f',
- features = 'fc fcprogram',
- msg = 'Compiling a simple fortran app')
-
-@conf
-def check_fc(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Same as :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.check` but defaults to the *Fortran* programming language
- (this overrides the C defaults in :py:func:`waflib.Tools.c_config.validate_c`)
- """
- kw['compiler'] = 'fc'
- if not 'compile_mode' in kw:
- kw['compile_mode'] = 'fc'
- if not 'type' in kw:
- kw['type'] = 'fcprogram'
- if not 'compile_filename' in kw:
- kw['compile_filename'] = 'test.f90'
- if not 'code' in kw:
- kw['code'] = FC_FRAGMENT
- return self.check(*k, **kw)
-
-# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
-# --- These are the default platform modifiers, refactored here for
-# convenience. gfortran and g95 have much overlap.
-# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-@conf
-def fortran_modifier_darwin(conf):
- """
- Defines Fortran flags and extensions for OSX systems
- """
- v = conf.env
- v.FCFLAGS_fcshlib = ['-fPIC']
- v.LINKFLAGS_fcshlib = ['-dynamiclib']
- v.fcshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.dylib'
- v.FRAMEWORKPATH_ST = '-F%s'
- v.FRAMEWORK_ST = ['-framework']
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_fcstlib = []
-
- v.FCSHLIB_MARKER = ''
- v.FCSTLIB_MARKER = ''
- v.SONAME_ST = ''
-
-@conf
-def fortran_modifier_win32(conf):
- """
- Defines Fortran flags for Windows platforms
- """
- v = conf.env
- v.fcprogram_PATTERN = v.fcprogram_test_PATTERN = '%s.exe'
-
- v.fcshlib_PATTERN = '%s.dll'
- v.implib_PATTERN = '%s.dll.a'
- v.IMPLIB_ST = '-Wl,--out-implib,%s'
-
- v.FCFLAGS_fcshlib = []
-
- # Auto-import is enabled by default even without this option,
- # but enabling it explicitly has the nice effect of suppressing the rather boring, debug-level messages
- # that the linker emits otherwise.
- v.append_value('LINKFLAGS', ['-Wl,--enable-auto-import'])
-
-@conf
-def fortran_modifier_cygwin(conf):
- """
- Defines Fortran flags for use on cygwin
- """
- fortran_modifier_win32(conf)
- v = conf.env
- v.fcshlib_PATTERN = 'cyg%s.dll'
- v.append_value('LINKFLAGS_fcshlib', ['-Wl,--enable-auto-image-base'])
- v.FCFLAGS_fcshlib = []
-
-# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-@conf
-def check_fortran_dummy_main(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Determines if a main function is needed by compiling a code snippet with
- the C compiler and linking it with the Fortran compiler (useful on unix-like systems)
- """
- if not self.env.CC:
- self.fatal('A c compiler is required for check_fortran_dummy_main')
-
- lst = ['MAIN__', '__MAIN', '_MAIN', 'MAIN_', 'MAIN']
- lst.extend([m.lower() for m in lst])
- lst.append('')
-
- self.start_msg('Detecting whether we need a dummy main')
- for main in lst:
- kw['fortran_main'] = main
- try:
- self.check_cc(
- fragment = 'int %s() { return 0; }\n' % (main or 'test'),
- features = 'c fcprogram',
- mandatory = True
- )
- if not main:
- self.env.FC_MAIN = -1
- self.end_msg('no')
- else:
- self.env.FC_MAIN = main
- self.end_msg('yes %s' % main)
- break
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- pass
- else:
- self.end_msg('not found')
- self.fatal('could not detect whether fortran requires a dummy main, see the config.log')
-
-# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-GCC_DRIVER_LINE = re.compile('^Driving:')
-POSIX_STATIC_EXT = re.compile(r'\S+\.a')
-POSIX_LIB_FLAGS = re.compile(r'-l\S+')
-
-@conf
-def is_link_verbose(self, txt):
- """Returns True if 'useful' link options can be found in txt"""
- assert isinstance(txt, str)
- for line in txt.splitlines():
- if not GCC_DRIVER_LINE.search(line):
- if POSIX_STATIC_EXT.search(line) or POSIX_LIB_FLAGS.search(line):
- return True
- return False
-
-@conf
-def check_fortran_verbose_flag(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Checks what kind of verbose (-v) flag works, then sets it to env.FC_VERBOSE_FLAG
- """
- self.start_msg('fortran link verbose flag')
- for x in ('-v', '--verbose', '-verbose', '-V'):
- try:
- self.check_cc(
- features = 'fc fcprogram_test',
- fragment = FC_FRAGMENT2,
- compile_filename = 'test.f',
- linkflags = [x],
- mandatory=True)
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- pass
- else:
- # output is on stderr or stdout (for xlf)
- if self.is_link_verbose(self.test_bld.err) or self.is_link_verbose(self.test_bld.out):
- self.end_msg(x)
- break
- else:
- self.end_msg('failure')
- self.fatal('Could not obtain the fortran link verbose flag (see config.log)')
-
- self.env.FC_VERBOSE_FLAG = x
- return x
-
-# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-# linkflags which match those are ignored
-LINKFLAGS_IGNORED = [r'-lang*', r'-lcrt[a-zA-Z0-9\.]*\.o', r'-lc$', r'-lSystem', r'-libmil', r'-LIST:*', r'-LNO:*']
-if os.name == 'nt':
- LINKFLAGS_IGNORED.extend([r'-lfrt*', r'-luser32', r'-lkernel32', r'-ladvapi32', r'-lmsvcrt', r'-lshell32', r'-lmingw', r'-lmoldname'])
-else:
- LINKFLAGS_IGNORED.append(r'-lgcc*')
-RLINKFLAGS_IGNORED = [re.compile(f) for f in LINKFLAGS_IGNORED]
-
-def _match_ignore(line):
- """Returns True if the line should be ignored (Fortran verbose flag test)"""
- for i in RLINKFLAGS_IGNORED:
- if i.match(line):
- return True
- return False
-
-def parse_fortran_link(lines):
- """Given the output of verbose link of Fortran compiler, this returns a
- list of flags necessary for linking using the standard linker."""
- final_flags = []
- for line in lines:
- if not GCC_DRIVER_LINE.match(line):
- _parse_flink_line(line, final_flags)
- return final_flags
-
-SPACE_OPTS = re.compile('^-[LRuYz]$')
-NOSPACE_OPTS = re.compile('^-[RL]')
-
-def _parse_flink_token(lexer, token, tmp_flags):
- # Here we go (convention for wildcard is shell, not regex !)
- # 1 TODO: we first get some root .a libraries
- # 2 TODO: take everything starting by -bI:*
- # 3 Ignore the following flags: -lang* | -lcrt*.o | -lc |
- # -lgcc* | -lSystem | -libmil | -LANG:=* | -LIST:* | -LNO:*)
- # 4 take into account -lkernel32
- # 5 For options of the kind -[[LRuYz]], as they take one argument
- # after, the actual option is the next token
- # 6 For -YP,*: take and replace by -Larg where arg is the old
- # argument
- # 7 For -[lLR]*: take
-
- # step 3
- if _match_ignore(token):
- pass
- # step 4
- elif token.startswith('-lkernel32') and sys.platform == 'cygwin':
- tmp_flags.append(token)
- # step 5
- elif SPACE_OPTS.match(token):
- t = lexer.get_token()
- if t.startswith('P,'):
- t = t[2:]
- for opt in t.split(os.pathsep):
- tmp_flags.append('-L%s' % opt)
- # step 6
- elif NOSPACE_OPTS.match(token):
- tmp_flags.append(token)
- # step 7
- elif POSIX_LIB_FLAGS.match(token):
- tmp_flags.append(token)
- else:
- # ignore anything not explicitly taken into account
- pass
-
- t = lexer.get_token()
- return t
-
-def _parse_flink_line(line, final_flags):
- """private"""
- lexer = shlex.shlex(line, posix = True)
- lexer.whitespace_split = True
-
- t = lexer.get_token()
- tmp_flags = []
- while t:
- t = _parse_flink_token(lexer, t, tmp_flags)
-
- final_flags.extend(tmp_flags)
- return final_flags
-
-@conf
-def check_fortran_clib(self, autoadd=True, *k, **kw):
- """
- Obtains the flags for linking with the C library
- if this check works, add uselib='CLIB' to your task generators
- """
- if not self.env.FC_VERBOSE_FLAG:
- self.fatal('env.FC_VERBOSE_FLAG is not set: execute check_fortran_verbose_flag?')
-
- self.start_msg('Getting fortran runtime link flags')
- try:
- self.check_cc(
- fragment = FC_FRAGMENT2,
- compile_filename = 'test.f',
- features = 'fc fcprogram_test',
- linkflags = [self.env.FC_VERBOSE_FLAG]
- )
- except Exception:
- self.end_msg(False)
- if kw.get('mandatory', True):
- conf.fatal('Could not find the c library flags')
- else:
- out = self.test_bld.err
- flags = parse_fortran_link(out.splitlines())
- self.end_msg('ok (%s)' % ' '.join(flags))
- self.env.LINKFLAGS_CLIB = flags
- return flags
- return []
-
-def getoutput(conf, cmd, stdin=False):
- """
- Obtains Fortran command outputs
- """
- from waflib import Errors
- if conf.env.env:
- env = conf.env.env
- else:
- env = dict(os.environ)
- env['LANG'] = 'C'
- input = stdin and '\n'.encode() or None
- try:
- out, err = conf.cmd_and_log(cmd, env=env, output=0, input=input)
- except Errors.WafError as e:
- # An WafError might indicate an error code during the command
- # execution, in this case we still obtain the stderr and stdout,
- # which we can use to find the version string.
- if not (hasattr(e, 'stderr') and hasattr(e, 'stdout')):
- raise e
- else:
- # Ignore the return code and return the original
- # stdout and stderr.
- out = e.stdout
- err = e.stderr
- except Exception:
- conf.fatal('could not determine the compiler version %r' % cmd)
- return (out, err)
-
-# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-ROUTINES_CODE = """\
- subroutine foobar()
- return
- end
- subroutine foo_bar()
- return
- end
-"""
-
-MAIN_CODE = """
-void %(dummy_func_nounder)s(void);
-void %(dummy_func_under)s(void);
-int %(main_func_name)s() {
- %(dummy_func_nounder)s();
- %(dummy_func_under)s();
- return 0;
-}
-"""
-
-@feature('link_main_routines_func')
-@before_method('process_source')
-def link_main_routines_tg_method(self):
- """
- The configuration test declares a unique task generator,
- so we create other task generators from there for fortran link tests
- """
- def write_test_file(task):
- task.outputs[0].write(task.generator.code)
- bld = self.bld
- bld(rule=write_test_file, target='main.c', code=MAIN_CODE % self.__dict__)
- bld(rule=write_test_file, target='test.f', code=ROUTINES_CODE)
- bld(features='fc fcstlib', source='test.f', target='test')
- bld(features='c fcprogram', source='main.c', target='app', use='test')
-
-def mangling_schemes():
- """
- Generate triplets for use with mangle_name
- (used in check_fortran_mangling)
- the order is tuned for gfortan
- """
- for u in ('_', ''):
- for du in ('', '_'):
- for c in ("lower", "upper"):
- yield (u, du, c)
-
-def mangle_name(u, du, c, name):
- """Mangle a name from a triplet (used in check_fortran_mangling)"""
- return getattr(name, c)() + u + (name.find('_') != -1 and du or '')
-
-@conf
-def check_fortran_mangling(self, *k, **kw):
- """
- Detect the mangling scheme, sets FORTRAN_MANGLING to the triplet found
-
- This test will compile a fortran static library, then link a c app against it
- """
- if not self.env.CC:
- self.fatal('A c compiler is required for link_main_routines')
- if not self.env.FC:
- self.fatal('A fortran compiler is required for link_main_routines')
- if not self.env.FC_MAIN:
- self.fatal('Checking for mangling requires self.env.FC_MAIN (execute "check_fortran_dummy_main" first?)')
-
- self.start_msg('Getting fortran mangling scheme')
- for (u, du, c) in mangling_schemes():
- try:
- self.check_cc(
- compile_filename = [],
- features = 'link_main_routines_func',
- msg = 'nomsg',
- errmsg = 'nomsg',
- dummy_func_nounder = mangle_name(u, du, c, 'foobar'),
- dummy_func_under = mangle_name(u, du, c, 'foo_bar'),
- main_func_name = self.env.FC_MAIN
- )
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- pass
- else:
- self.end_msg("ok ('%s', '%s', '%s-case')" % (u, du, c))
- self.env.FORTRAN_MANGLING = (u, du, c)
- break
- else:
- self.end_msg(False)
- self.fatal('mangler not found')
- return (u, du, c)
-
-@feature('pyext')
-@before_method('propagate_uselib_vars', 'apply_link')
-def set_lib_pat(self):
- """Sets the Fortran flags for linking with Python"""
- self.env.fcshlib_PATTERN = self.env.pyext_PATTERN
-
-@conf
-def detect_openmp(self):
- """
- Detects openmp flags and sets the OPENMP ``FCFLAGS``/``LINKFLAGS``
- """
- for x in ('-fopenmp','-openmp','-mp','-xopenmp','-omp','-qsmp=omp'):
- try:
- self.check_fc(
- msg = 'Checking for OpenMP flag %s' % x,
- fragment = 'program main\n call omp_get_num_threads()\nend program main',
- fcflags = x,
- linkflags = x,
- uselib_store = 'OPENMP'
- )
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- pass
- else:
- break
- else:
- self.fatal('Could not find OpenMP')
-
-@conf
-def check_gfortran_o_space(self):
- if self.env.FC_NAME != 'GFORTRAN' or int(self.env.FC_VERSION[0]) > 4:
- # This is for old compilers and only for gfortran.
- # No idea how other implementations handle this. Be safe and bail out.
- return
- self.env.stash()
- self.env.FCLNK_TGT_F = ['-o', '']
- try:
- self.check_fc(msg='Checking if the -o link must be split from arguments', fragment=FC_FRAGMENT, features='fc fcshlib')
- except self.errors.ConfigurationError:
- self.env.revert()
- else:
- self.env.commit()
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc_scan.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc_scan.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 0824c92..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/fc_scan.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,120 +0,0 @@
-#! /usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# DC 2008
-# Thomas Nagy 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-import re
-
-INC_REGEX = r"""(?:^|['">]\s*;)\s*(?:|#\s*)INCLUDE\s+(?:\w+_)?[<"'](.+?)(?=["'>])"""
-USE_REGEX = r"""(?:^|;)\s*USE(?:\s+|(?:(?:\s*,\s*(?:NON_)?INTRINSIC)?\s*::))\s*(\w+)"""
-MOD_REGEX = r"""(?:^|;)\s*MODULE(?!\s+(?:PROCEDURE|SUBROUTINE|FUNCTION))\s+(\w+)"""
-SMD_REGEX = r"""(?:^|;)\s*SUBMODULE\s*\(([\w:]+)\)\s*(\w+)"""
-
-re_inc = re.compile(INC_REGEX, re.I)
-re_use = re.compile(USE_REGEX, re.I)
-re_mod = re.compile(MOD_REGEX, re.I)
-re_smd = re.compile(SMD_REGEX, re.I)
-
-class fortran_parser(object):
- """
- This parser returns:
-
- * the nodes corresponding to the module names to produce
- * the nodes corresponding to the include files used
- * the module names used by the fortran files
- """
- def __init__(self, incpaths):
- self.seen = []
- """Files already parsed"""
-
- self.nodes = []
- """List of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` representing the dependencies to return"""
-
- self.names = []
- """List of module names to return"""
-
- self.incpaths = incpaths
- """List of :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node` representing the include paths"""
-
- def find_deps(self, node):
- """
- Parses a Fortran file to obtain the dependencies used/provided
-
- :param node: fortran file to read
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- :return: lists representing the includes, the modules used, and the modules created by a fortran file
- :rtype: tuple of list of strings
- """
- txt = node.read()
- incs = []
- uses = []
- mods = []
- for line in txt.splitlines():
- # line by line regexp search? optimize?
- m = re_inc.search(line)
- if m:
- incs.append(m.group(1))
- m = re_use.search(line)
- if m:
- uses.append(m.group(1))
- m = re_mod.search(line)
- if m:
- mods.append(m.group(1))
- m = re_smd.search(line)
- if m:
- uses.append(m.group(1))
- mods.append('{0}:{1}'.format(m.group(1),m.group(2)))
- return (incs, uses, mods)
-
- def start(self, node):
- """
- Start parsing. Use the stack ``self.waiting`` to hold nodes to iterate on
-
- :param node: fortran file
- :type node: :py:class:`waflib.Node.Node`
- """
- self.waiting = [node]
- while self.waiting:
- nd = self.waiting.pop(0)
- self.iter(nd)
-
- def iter(self, node):
- """
- Processes a single file during dependency parsing. Extracts files used
- modules used and modules provided.
- """
- incs, uses, mods = self.find_deps(node)
- for x in incs:
- if x in self.seen:
- continue
- self.seen.append(x)
- self.tryfind_header(x)
-
- for x in uses:
- name = "USE@%s" % x
- if not name in self.names:
- self.names.append(name)
-
- for x in mods:
- name = "MOD@%s" % x
- if not name in self.names:
- self.names.append(name)
-
- def tryfind_header(self, filename):
- """
- Adds an include file to the list of nodes to process
-
- :param filename: file name
- :type filename: string
- """
- found = None
- for n in self.incpaths:
- found = n.find_resource(filename)
- if found:
- self.nodes.append(found)
- self.waiting.append(found)
- break
- if not found:
- if not filename in self.names:
- self.names.append(filename)
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/flex.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/flex.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 2256657..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/flex.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,62 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# John O'Meara, 2006
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-The **flex** program is a code generator which creates C or C++ files.
-The generated files are compiled into object files.
-"""
-
-import os, re
-from waflib import Task, TaskGen
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot
-
-def decide_ext(self, node):
- if 'cxx' in self.features:
- return ['.lex.cc']
- return ['.lex.c']
-
-def flexfun(tsk):
- env = tsk.env
- bld = tsk.generator.bld
- wd = bld.variant_dir
- def to_list(xx):
- if isinstance(xx, str):
- return [xx]
- return xx
- tsk.last_cmd = lst = []
- lst.extend(to_list(env.FLEX))
- lst.extend(to_list(env.FLEXFLAGS))
- inputs = [a.path_from(tsk.get_cwd()) for a in tsk.inputs]
- if env.FLEX_MSYS:
- inputs = [x.replace(os.sep, '/') for x in inputs]
- lst.extend(inputs)
- lst = [x for x in lst if x]
- txt = bld.cmd_and_log(lst, cwd=wd, env=env.env or None, quiet=0)
- tsk.outputs[0].write(txt.replace('\r\n', '\n').replace('\r', '\n')) # issue #1207
-
-TaskGen.declare_chain(
- name = 'flex',
- rule = flexfun, # issue #854
- ext_in = '.l',
- decider = decide_ext,
-)
-
-# To support the following:
-# bld(features='c', flexflags='-P/foo')
-Task.classes['flex'].vars = ['FLEXFLAGS', 'FLEX']
-ccroot.USELIB_VARS['c'].add('FLEXFLAGS')
-ccroot.USELIB_VARS['cxx'].add('FLEXFLAGS')
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Detect the *flex* program
- """
- conf.find_program('flex', var='FLEX')
- conf.env.FLEXFLAGS = ['-t']
-
- if re.search (r"\\msys\\[0-9.]+\\bin\\flex.exe$", conf.env.FLEX[0]):
- # this is the flex shipped with MSYS
- conf.env.FLEX_MSYS = True
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/g95.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/g95.py
deleted file mode 100644
index f69ba4f..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/g95.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,66 +0,0 @@
-#! /usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# KWS 2010
-# Thomas Nagy 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-import re
-from waflib import Utils
-from waflib.Tools import fc, fc_config, fc_scan, ar
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_g95(conf):
- fc = conf.find_program('g95', var='FC')
- conf.get_g95_version(fc)
- conf.env.FC_NAME = 'G95'
-
-@conf
-def g95_flags(conf):
- v = conf.env
- v.FCFLAGS_fcshlib = ['-fPIC']
- v.FORTRANMODFLAG = ['-fmod=', ''] # template for module path
- v.FCFLAGS_DEBUG = ['-Werror'] # why not
-
-@conf
-def g95_modifier_win32(conf):
- fc_config.fortran_modifier_win32(conf)
-
-@conf
-def g95_modifier_cygwin(conf):
- fc_config.fortran_modifier_cygwin(conf)
-
-@conf
-def g95_modifier_darwin(conf):
- fc_config.fortran_modifier_darwin(conf)
-
-@conf
-def g95_modifier_platform(conf):
- dest_os = conf.env.DEST_OS or Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- g95_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'g95_modifier_' + dest_os, None)
- if g95_modifier_func:
- g95_modifier_func()
-
-@conf
-def get_g95_version(conf, fc):
- """get the compiler version"""
-
- version_re = re.compile(r"g95\s*(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)").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('cannot determine g95 version')
- k = match.groupdict()
- conf.env.FC_VERSION = (k['major'], k['minor'])
-
-def configure(conf):
- conf.find_g95()
- conf.find_ar()
- conf.fc_flags()
- conf.fc_add_flags()
- conf.g95_flags()
- conf.g95_modifier_platform()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gas.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/gas.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 77afed7..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gas.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,18 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2008-2018 (ita)
-
-"Detect as/gas/gcc for compiling assembly files"
-
-import waflib.Tools.asm # - leave this
-from waflib.Tools import ar
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Find the programs gas/as/gcc and set the variable *AS*
- """
- conf.find_program(['gas', 'gcc'], var='AS')
- conf.env.AS_TGT_F = ['-c', '-o']
- conf.env.ASLNK_TGT_F = ['-o']
- conf.find_ar()
- conf.load('asm')
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gcc.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/gcc.py
deleted file mode 100644
index acdd473..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gcc.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,156 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-# Ralf Habacker, 2006 (rh)
-# Yinon Ehrlich, 2009
-
-"""
-gcc/llvm detection.
-"""
-
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot, ar
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_gcc(conf):
- """
- Find the program gcc, and if present, try to detect its version number
- """
- cc = conf.find_program(['gcc', 'cc'], var='CC')
- conf.get_cc_version(cc, gcc=True)
- conf.env.CC_NAME = 'gcc'
-
-@conf
-def gcc_common_flags(conf):
- """
- Common flags for gcc on nearly all platforms
- """
- 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' # 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.SONAME_ST = '-Wl,-h,%s'
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = '-Wl,-Bdynamic'
- v.STLIB_MARKER = '-Wl,-Bstatic'
-
- v.cprogram_PATTERN = '%s'
-
- v.CFLAGS_cshlib = ['-fPIC']
- v.LINKFLAGS_cshlib = ['-shared']
- v.cshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.so'
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_cstlib = ['-Wl,-Bstatic']
- v.cstlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.a'
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_MACBUNDLE = ['-bundle', '-undefined', 'dynamic_lookup']
- v.CFLAGS_MACBUNDLE = ['-fPIC']
- v.macbundle_PATTERN = '%s.bundle'
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_win32(conf):
- """Configuration flags for executing gcc on Windows"""
- v = conf.env
- v.cprogram_PATTERN = '%s.exe'
-
- v.cshlib_PATTERN = '%s.dll'
- v.implib_PATTERN = '%s.dll.a'
- v.IMPLIB_ST = '-Wl,--out-implib,%s'
-
- v.CFLAGS_cshlib = []
-
- # Auto-import is enabled by default even without this option,
- # but enabling it explicitly has the nice effect of suppressing the rather boring, debug-level messages
- # that the linker emits otherwise.
- v.append_value('LINKFLAGS', ['-Wl,--enable-auto-import'])
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_cygwin(conf):
- """Configuration flags for executing gcc on Cygwin"""
- gcc_modifier_win32(conf)
- v = conf.env
- v.cshlib_PATTERN = 'cyg%s.dll'
- v.append_value('LINKFLAGS_cshlib', ['-Wl,--enable-auto-image-base'])
- v.CFLAGS_cshlib = []
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_darwin(conf):
- """Configuration flags for executing gcc on MacOS"""
- v = conf.env
- v.CFLAGS_cshlib = ['-fPIC']
- v.LINKFLAGS_cshlib = ['-dynamiclib']
- v.cshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.dylib'
- v.FRAMEWORKPATH_ST = '-F%s'
- v.FRAMEWORK_ST = ['-framework']
- v.ARCH_ST = ['-arch']
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_cstlib = []
-
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = []
- v.STLIB_MARKER = []
- v.SONAME_ST = []
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_aix(conf):
- """Configuration flags for executing gcc on AIX"""
- v = conf.env
- v.LINKFLAGS_cprogram = ['-Wl,-brtl']
- v.LINKFLAGS_cshlib = ['-shared','-Wl,-brtl,-bexpfull']
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = []
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_hpux(conf):
- v = conf.env
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = []
- v.STLIB_MARKER = []
- v.CFLAGS_cshlib = ['-fPIC','-DPIC']
- v.cshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.sl'
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_openbsd(conf):
- conf.env.SONAME_ST = []
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_osf1V(conf):
- v = conf.env
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = []
- v.STLIB_MARKER = []
- v.SONAME_ST = []
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_platform(conf):
- """Execute platform-specific functions based on *gcc_modifier_+NAME*"""
- # * set configurations specific for a platform.
- # * the destination platform is detected automatically by looking at the macros the compiler predefines,
- # and if it's not recognised, it fallbacks to sys.platform.
- gcc_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'gcc_modifier_' + conf.env.DEST_OS, None)
- if gcc_modifier_func:
- gcc_modifier_func()
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Configuration for gcc
- """
- conf.find_gcc()
- conf.find_ar()
- conf.gcc_common_flags()
- conf.gcc_modifier_platform()
- conf.cc_load_tools()
- conf.cc_add_flags()
- conf.link_add_flags()
- conf.check_gcc_o_space()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gdc.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/gdc.py
deleted file mode 100644
index d89a66d..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gdc.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,55 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Carlos Rafael Giani, 2007 (dv)
-
-from waflib.Tools import ar, d
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_gdc(conf):
- """
- Finds the program gdc and set the variable *D*
- """
- conf.find_program('gdc', var='D')
-
- out = conf.cmd_and_log(conf.env.D + ['--version'])
- if out.find("gdc") == -1:
- conf.fatal("detected compiler is not gdc")
-
-@conf
-def common_flags_gdc(conf):
- """
- Sets the flags required by *gdc*
- """
- v = conf.env
-
- v.DFLAGS = []
-
- v.D_SRC_F = ['-c']
- v.D_TGT_F = '-o%s'
-
- v.D_LINKER = v.D
- v.DLNK_SRC_F = ''
- v.DLNK_TGT_F = '-o%s'
- v.DINC_ST = '-I%s'
-
- v.DSHLIB_MARKER = v.DSTLIB_MARKER = ''
- v.DSTLIB_ST = v.DSHLIB_ST = '-l%s'
- v.DSTLIBPATH_ST = v.DLIBPATH_ST = '-L%s'
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_dshlib = ['-shared']
-
- v.DHEADER_ext = '.di'
- v.DFLAGS_d_with_header = '-fintfc'
- v.D_HDR_F = '-fintfc-file=%s'
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Configuration for gdc
- """
- conf.find_gdc()
- conf.load('ar')
- conf.load('d')
- conf.common_flags_gdc()
- conf.d_platform_flags()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gfortran.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/gfortran.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 1050667..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gfortran.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,93 +0,0 @@
-#! /usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# DC 2008
-# Thomas Nagy 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-import re
-from waflib import Utils
-from waflib.Tools import fc, fc_config, fc_scan, ar
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_gfortran(conf):
- """Find the gfortran program (will look in the environment variable 'FC')"""
- fc = conf.find_program(['gfortran','g77'], var='FC')
- # (fallback to g77 for systems, where no gfortran is available)
- conf.get_gfortran_version(fc)
- conf.env.FC_NAME = 'GFORTRAN'
-
-@conf
-def gfortran_flags(conf):
- v = conf.env
- v.FCFLAGS_fcshlib = ['-fPIC']
- v.FORTRANMODFLAG = ['-J', ''] # template for module path
- v.FCFLAGS_DEBUG = ['-Werror'] # why not
-
-@conf
-def gfortran_modifier_win32(conf):
- fc_config.fortran_modifier_win32(conf)
-
-@conf
-def gfortran_modifier_cygwin(conf):
- fc_config.fortran_modifier_cygwin(conf)
-
-@conf
-def gfortran_modifier_darwin(conf):
- fc_config.fortran_modifier_darwin(conf)
-
-@conf
-def gfortran_modifier_platform(conf):
- dest_os = conf.env.DEST_OS or Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- gfortran_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'gfortran_modifier_' + dest_os, None)
- if gfortran_modifier_func:
- gfortran_modifier_func()
-
-@conf
-def get_gfortran_version(conf, fc):
- """Get the compiler version"""
-
- # ensure this is actually gfortran, not an imposter.
- version_re = re.compile(r"GNU\s*Fortran", 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 compiler type')
-
- # --- now get more detailed info -- see c_config.get_cc_version
- cmd = fc + ['-dM', '-E', '-']
- out, err = fc_config.getoutput(conf, cmd, stdin=True)
-
- if out.find('__GNUC__') < 0:
- conf.fatal('Could not determine the compiler type')
-
- k = {}
- out = out.splitlines()
- import shlex
-
- for line in out:
- lst = shlex.split(line)
- if len(lst)>2:
- key = lst[1]
- val = lst[2]
- k[key] = val
-
- def isD(var):
- return var in k
-
- def isT(var):
- return var in k and k[var] != '0'
-
- conf.env.FC_VERSION = (k['__GNUC__'], k['__GNUC_MINOR__'], k['__GNUC_PATCHLEVEL__'])
-
-def configure(conf):
- conf.find_gfortran()
- conf.find_ar()
- conf.fc_flags()
- conf.fc_add_flags()
- conf.gfortran_flags()
- conf.gfortran_modifier_platform()
- conf.check_gfortran_o_space()
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/glib2.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/glib2.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 949fe37..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/glib2.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,489 +0,0 @@
-#! /usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Support for GLib2 tools:
-
-* marshal
-* enums
-* gsettings
-* gresource
-"""
-
-import os
-import functools
-from waflib import Context, Task, Utils, Options, Errors, Logs
-from waflib.TaskGen import taskgen_method, before_method, feature, extension
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-################## marshal files
-
-@taskgen_method
-def add_marshal_file(self, filename, prefix):
- """
- Adds a file to the list of marshal files to process. Store them in the attribute *marshal_list*.
-
- :param filename: xml file to compile
- :type filename: string
- :param prefix: marshal prefix (--prefix=prefix)
- :type prefix: string
- """
- if not hasattr(self, 'marshal_list'):
- self.marshal_list = []
- self.meths.append('process_marshal')
- self.marshal_list.append((filename, prefix))
-
-@before_method('process_source')
-def process_marshal(self):
- """
- Processes the marshal files stored in the attribute *marshal_list* to create :py:class:`waflib.Tools.glib2.glib_genmarshal` instances.
- Adds the c file created to the list of source to process.
- """
- for f, prefix in getattr(self, 'marshal_list', []):
- node = self.path.find_resource(f)
-
- if not node:
- raise Errors.WafError('file not found %r' % f)
-
- h_node = node.change_ext('.h')
- c_node = node.change_ext('.c')
-
- task = self.create_task('glib_genmarshal', node, [h_node, c_node])
- task.env.GLIB_GENMARSHAL_PREFIX = prefix
- self.source = self.to_nodes(getattr(self, 'source', []))
- self.source.append(c_node)
-
-class glib_genmarshal(Task.Task):
- vars = ['GLIB_GENMARSHAL_PREFIX', 'GLIB_GENMARSHAL']
- color = 'BLUE'
- ext_out = ['.h']
- def run(self):
- bld = self.generator.bld
-
- get = self.env.get_flat
- cmd1 = "%s %s --prefix=%s --header > %s" % (
- get('GLIB_GENMARSHAL'),
- self.inputs[0].srcpath(),
- get('GLIB_GENMARSHAL_PREFIX'),
- self.outputs[0].abspath()
- )
-
- ret = bld.exec_command(cmd1)
- if ret:
- return ret
-
- #print self.outputs[1].abspath()
- c = '''#include "%s"\n''' % self.outputs[0].name
- self.outputs[1].write(c)
-
- cmd2 = "%s %s --prefix=%s --body >> %s" % (
- get('GLIB_GENMARSHAL'),
- self.inputs[0].srcpath(),
- get('GLIB_GENMARSHAL_PREFIX'),
- self.outputs[1].abspath()
- )
- return bld.exec_command(cmd2)
-
-########################## glib-mkenums
-
-@taskgen_method
-def add_enums_from_template(self, source='', target='', template='', comments=''):
- """
- Adds a file to the list of enum files to process. Stores them in the attribute *enums_list*.
-
- :param source: enum file to process
- :type source: string
- :param target: target file
- :type target: string
- :param template: template file
- :type template: string
- :param comments: comments
- :type comments: string
- """
- if not hasattr(self, 'enums_list'):
- self.enums_list = []
- self.meths.append('process_enums')
- self.enums_list.append({'source': source,
- 'target': target,
- 'template': template,
- 'file-head': '',
- 'file-prod': '',
- 'file-tail': '',
- 'enum-prod': '',
- 'value-head': '',
- 'value-prod': '',
- 'value-tail': '',
- 'comments': comments})
-
-@taskgen_method
-def add_enums(self, source='', target='',
- file_head='', file_prod='', file_tail='', enum_prod='',
- value_head='', value_prod='', value_tail='', comments=''):
- """
- Adds a file to the list of enum files to process. Stores them in the attribute *enums_list*.
-
- :param source: enum file to process
- :type source: string
- :param target: target file
- :type target: string
- :param file_head: unused
- :param file_prod: unused
- :param file_tail: unused
- :param enum_prod: unused
- :param value_head: unused
- :param value_prod: unused
- :param value_tail: unused
- :param comments: comments
- :type comments: string
- """
- if not hasattr(self, 'enums_list'):
- self.enums_list = []
- self.meths.append('process_enums')
- self.enums_list.append({'source': source,
- 'template': '',
- 'target': target,
- 'file-head': file_head,
- 'file-prod': file_prod,
- 'file-tail': file_tail,
- 'enum-prod': enum_prod,
- 'value-head': value_head,
- 'value-prod': value_prod,
- 'value-tail': value_tail,
- 'comments': comments})
-
-@before_method('process_source')
-def process_enums(self):
- """
- Processes the enum files stored in the attribute *enum_list* to create :py:class:`waflib.Tools.glib2.glib_mkenums` instances.
- """
- for enum in getattr(self, 'enums_list', []):
- task = self.create_task('glib_mkenums')
- env = task.env
-
- inputs = []
-
- # process the source
- source_list = self.to_list(enum['source'])
- if not source_list:
- raise Errors.WafError('missing source ' + str(enum))
- source_list = [self.path.find_resource(k) for k in source_list]
- inputs += source_list
- env.GLIB_MKENUMS_SOURCE = [k.abspath() for k in source_list]
-
- # find the target
- if not enum['target']:
- raise Errors.WafError('missing target ' + str(enum))
- tgt_node = self.path.find_or_declare(enum['target'])
- if tgt_node.name.endswith('.c'):
- self.source.append(tgt_node)
- env.GLIB_MKENUMS_TARGET = tgt_node.abspath()
-
-
- options = []
-
- if enum['template']: # template, if provided
- template_node = self.path.find_resource(enum['template'])
- options.append('--template %s' % (template_node.abspath()))
- inputs.append(template_node)
- params = {'file-head' : '--fhead',
- 'file-prod' : '--fprod',
- 'file-tail' : '--ftail',
- 'enum-prod' : '--eprod',
- 'value-head' : '--vhead',
- 'value-prod' : '--vprod',
- 'value-tail' : '--vtail',
- 'comments': '--comments'}
- for param, option in params.items():
- if enum[param]:
- options.append('%s %r' % (option, enum[param]))
-
- env.GLIB_MKENUMS_OPTIONS = ' '.join(options)
-
- # update the task instance
- task.set_inputs(inputs)
- task.set_outputs(tgt_node)
-
-class glib_mkenums(Task.Task):
- """
- Processes enum files
- """
- run_str = '${GLIB_MKENUMS} ${GLIB_MKENUMS_OPTIONS} ${GLIB_MKENUMS_SOURCE} > ${GLIB_MKENUMS_TARGET}'
- color = 'PINK'
- ext_out = ['.h']
-
-######################################### gsettings
-
-@taskgen_method
-def add_settings_schemas(self, filename_list):
- """
- Adds settings files to process to *settings_schema_files*
-
- :param filename_list: files
- :type filename_list: list of string
- """
- if not hasattr(self, 'settings_schema_files'):
- self.settings_schema_files = []
-
- if not isinstance(filename_list, list):
- filename_list = [filename_list]
-
- self.settings_schema_files.extend(filename_list)
-
-@taskgen_method
-def add_settings_enums(self, namespace, filename_list):
- """
- Called only once by task generator to set the enums namespace.
-
- :param namespace: namespace
- :type namespace: string
- :param filename_list: enum files to process
- :type filename_list: file list
- """
- if hasattr(self, 'settings_enum_namespace'):
- raise Errors.WafError("Tried to add gsettings enums to %r more than once" % self.name)
- self.settings_enum_namespace = namespace
-
- if not isinstance(filename_list, list):
- filename_list = [filename_list]
- self.settings_enum_files = filename_list
-
-@feature('glib2')
-def process_settings(self):
- """
- Processes the schema files in *settings_schema_files* to create :py:class:`waflib.Tools.glib2.glib_mkenums` instances. The
- same files are validated through :py:class:`waflib.Tools.glib2.glib_validate_schema` tasks.
-
- """
- enums_tgt_node = []
- install_files = []
-
- settings_schema_files = getattr(self, 'settings_schema_files', [])
- if settings_schema_files and not self.env.GLIB_COMPILE_SCHEMAS:
- raise Errors.WafError ("Unable to process GSettings schemas - glib-compile-schemas was not found during configure")
-
- # 1. process gsettings_enum_files (generate .enums.xml)
- #
- if hasattr(self, 'settings_enum_files'):
- enums_task = self.create_task('glib_mkenums')
-
- source_list = self.settings_enum_files
- source_list = [self.path.find_resource(k) for k in source_list]
- enums_task.set_inputs(source_list)
- enums_task.env.GLIB_MKENUMS_SOURCE = [k.abspath() for k in source_list]
-
- target = self.settings_enum_namespace + '.enums.xml'
- tgt_node = self.path.find_or_declare(target)
- enums_task.set_outputs(tgt_node)
- enums_task.env.GLIB_MKENUMS_TARGET = tgt_node.abspath()
- enums_tgt_node = [tgt_node]
-
- install_files.append(tgt_node)
-
- options = '--comments "<!-- @comment@ -->" --fhead "<schemalist>" --vhead " <@type@ id=\\"%s.@EnumName@\\">" --vprod " <value nick=\\"@valuenick@\\" value=\\"@valuenum@\\"/>" --vtail " </@type@>" --ftail "</schemalist>" ' % (self.settings_enum_namespace)
- enums_task.env.GLIB_MKENUMS_OPTIONS = options
-
- # 2. process gsettings_schema_files (validate .gschema.xml files)
- #
- for schema in settings_schema_files:
- schema_task = self.create_task ('glib_validate_schema')
-
- schema_node = self.path.find_resource(schema)
- if not schema_node:
- raise Errors.WafError("Cannot find the schema file %r" % schema)
- install_files.append(schema_node)
- source_list = enums_tgt_node + [schema_node]
-
- schema_task.set_inputs (source_list)
- schema_task.env.GLIB_COMPILE_SCHEMAS_OPTIONS = [("--schema-file=" + k.abspath()) for k in source_list]
-
- target_node = schema_node.change_ext('.xml.valid')
- schema_task.set_outputs (target_node)
- schema_task.env.GLIB_VALIDATE_SCHEMA_OUTPUT = target_node.abspath()
-
- # 3. schemas install task
- def compile_schemas_callback(bld):
- if not bld.is_install:
- return
- compile_schemas = Utils.to_list(bld.env.GLIB_COMPILE_SCHEMAS)
- destdir = Options.options.destdir
- paths = bld._compile_schemas_registered
- if destdir:
- paths = (os.path.join(destdir, path.lstrip(os.sep)) for path in paths)
- for path in paths:
- Logs.pprint('YELLOW', 'Updating GSettings schema cache %r' % path)
- if self.bld.exec_command(compile_schemas + [path]):
- Logs.warn('Could not update GSettings schema cache %r' % path)
-
- if self.bld.is_install:
- schemadir = self.env.GSETTINGSSCHEMADIR
- if not schemadir:
- raise Errors.WafError ('GSETTINGSSCHEMADIR not defined (should have been set up automatically during configure)')
-
- if install_files:
- self.add_install_files(install_to=schemadir, install_from=install_files)
- registered_schemas = getattr(self.bld, '_compile_schemas_registered', None)
- if not registered_schemas:
- registered_schemas = self.bld._compile_schemas_registered = set()
- self.bld.add_post_fun(compile_schemas_callback)
- registered_schemas.add(schemadir)
-
-class glib_validate_schema(Task.Task):
- """
- Validates schema files
- """
- run_str = 'rm -f ${GLIB_VALIDATE_SCHEMA_OUTPUT} && ${GLIB_COMPILE_SCHEMAS} --dry-run ${GLIB_COMPILE_SCHEMAS_OPTIONS} && touch ${GLIB_VALIDATE_SCHEMA_OUTPUT}'
- color = 'PINK'
-
-################## gresource
-
-@extension('.gresource.xml')
-def process_gresource_source(self, node):
- """
- Creates tasks that turn ``.gresource.xml`` files to C code
- """
- if not self.env.GLIB_COMPILE_RESOURCES:
- raise Errors.WafError ("Unable to process GResource file - glib-compile-resources was not found during configure")
-
- if 'gresource' in self.features:
- return
-
- h_node = node.change_ext('_xml.h')
- c_node = node.change_ext('_xml.c')
- self.create_task('glib_gresource_source', node, [h_node, c_node])
- self.source.append(c_node)
-
-@feature('gresource')
-def process_gresource_bundle(self):
- """
- Creates tasks to turn ``.gresource`` files from ``.gresource.xml`` files::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(
- features='gresource',
- source=['resources1.gresource.xml', 'resources2.gresource.xml'],
- install_path='${LIBDIR}/${PACKAGE}'
- )
-
- :param source: XML files to process
- :type source: list of string
- :param install_path: installation path
- :type install_path: string
- """
- for i in self.to_list(self.source):
- node = self.path.find_resource(i)
-
- task = self.create_task('glib_gresource_bundle', node, node.change_ext(''))
- inst_to = getattr(self, 'install_path', None)
- if inst_to:
- self.add_install_files(install_to=inst_to, install_from=task.outputs)
-
-class glib_gresource_base(Task.Task):
- """
- Base class for gresource based tasks
- """
- color = 'BLUE'
- base_cmd = '${GLIB_COMPILE_RESOURCES} --sourcedir=${SRC[0].parent.srcpath()} --sourcedir=${SRC[0].bld_dir()}'
-
- def scan(self):
- """
- Scans gresource dependencies through ``glib-compile-resources --generate-dependencies command``
- """
- bld = self.generator.bld
- kw = {}
- kw['cwd'] = self.get_cwd()
- kw['quiet'] = Context.BOTH
-
- cmd = Utils.subst_vars('${GLIB_COMPILE_RESOURCES} --sourcedir=%s --sourcedir=%s --generate-dependencies %s' % (
- self.inputs[0].parent.srcpath(),
- self.inputs[0].bld_dir(),
- self.inputs[0].bldpath()
- ), self.env)
-
- output = bld.cmd_and_log(cmd, **kw)
-
- nodes = []
- names = []
- for dep in output.splitlines():
- if dep:
- node = bld.bldnode.find_node(dep)
- if node:
- nodes.append(node)
- else:
- names.append(dep)
-
- return (nodes, names)
-
-class glib_gresource_source(glib_gresource_base):
- """
- Task to generate C source code (.h and .c files) from a gresource.xml file
- """
- vars = ['GLIB_COMPILE_RESOURCES']
- fun_h = Task.compile_fun_shell(glib_gresource_base.base_cmd + ' --target=${TGT[0].abspath()} --generate-header ${SRC}')
- fun_c = Task.compile_fun_shell(glib_gresource_base.base_cmd + ' --target=${TGT[1].abspath()} --generate-source ${SRC}')
- ext_out = ['.h']
-
- def run(self):
- return self.fun_h[0](self) or self.fun_c[0](self)
-
-class glib_gresource_bundle(glib_gresource_base):
- """
- Task to generate a .gresource binary file from a gresource.xml file
- """
- run_str = glib_gresource_base.base_cmd + ' --target=${TGT} ${SRC}'
- shell = True # temporary workaround for #795
-
-@conf
-def find_glib_genmarshal(conf):
- conf.find_program('glib-genmarshal', var='GLIB_GENMARSHAL')
-
-@conf
-def find_glib_mkenums(conf):
- if not conf.env.PERL:
- conf.find_program('perl', var='PERL')
- conf.find_program('glib-mkenums', interpreter='PERL', var='GLIB_MKENUMS')
-
-@conf
-def find_glib_compile_schemas(conf):
- # when cross-compiling, gsettings.m4 locates the program with the following:
- # pkg-config --variable glib_compile_schemas gio-2.0
- conf.find_program('glib-compile-schemas', var='GLIB_COMPILE_SCHEMAS')
-
- def getstr(varname):
- return getattr(Options.options, varname, getattr(conf.env,varname, ''))
-
- gsettingsschemadir = getstr('GSETTINGSSCHEMADIR')
- if not gsettingsschemadir:
- datadir = getstr('DATADIR')
- if not datadir:
- prefix = conf.env.PREFIX
- datadir = os.path.join(prefix, 'share')
- gsettingsschemadir = os.path.join(datadir, 'glib-2.0', 'schemas')
-
- conf.env.GSETTINGSSCHEMADIR = gsettingsschemadir
-
-@conf
-def find_glib_compile_resources(conf):
- conf.find_program('glib-compile-resources', var='GLIB_COMPILE_RESOURCES')
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Finds the following programs:
-
- * *glib-genmarshal* and set *GLIB_GENMARSHAL*
- * *glib-mkenums* and set *GLIB_MKENUMS*
- * *glib-compile-schemas* and set *GLIB_COMPILE_SCHEMAS* (not mandatory)
- * *glib-compile-resources* and set *GLIB_COMPILE_RESOURCES* (not mandatory)
- """
- conf.find_glib_genmarshal()
- conf.find_glib_mkenums()
- conf.find_glib_compile_schemas(mandatory=False)
- conf.find_glib_compile_resources(mandatory=False)
-
-def options(opt):
- """
- Adds the ``--gsettingsschemadir`` command-line option
- """
- gr = opt.add_option_group('Installation directories')
- gr.add_option('--gsettingsschemadir', help='GSettings schema location [DATADIR/glib-2.0/schemas]', default='', dest='GSETTINGSSCHEMADIR')
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gnu_dirs.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/gnu_dirs.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 2847071..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gnu_dirs.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,131 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Ali Sabil, 2007
-
-"""
-Sets various standard variables such as INCLUDEDIR. SBINDIR and others. To use this module just call::
-
- opt.load('gnu_dirs')
-
-and::
-
- conf.load('gnu_dirs')
-
-Add options for the standard GNU directories, this tool will add the options
-found in autotools, and will update the environment with the following
-installation variables:
-
-============== ========================================= =======================
-Variable Description Default Value
-============== ========================================= =======================
-PREFIX installation prefix /usr/local
-EXEC_PREFIX installation prefix for binaries PREFIX
-BINDIR user commands EXEC_PREFIX/bin
-SBINDIR system binaries EXEC_PREFIX/sbin
-LIBEXECDIR program-specific binaries EXEC_PREFIX/libexec
-SYSCONFDIR host-specific configuration PREFIX/etc
-SHAREDSTATEDIR architecture-independent variable data PREFIX/com
-LOCALSTATEDIR variable data PREFIX/var
-LIBDIR object code libraries EXEC_PREFIX/lib
-INCLUDEDIR header files PREFIX/include
-OLDINCLUDEDIR header files for non-GCC compilers /usr/include
-DATAROOTDIR architecture-independent data root PREFIX/share
-DATADIR architecture-independent data DATAROOTDIR
-INFODIR GNU "info" documentation DATAROOTDIR/info
-LOCALEDIR locale-dependent data DATAROOTDIR/locale
-MANDIR manual pages DATAROOTDIR/man
-DOCDIR documentation root DATAROOTDIR/doc/APPNAME
-HTMLDIR HTML documentation DOCDIR
-DVIDIR DVI documentation DOCDIR
-PDFDIR PDF documentation DOCDIR
-PSDIR PostScript documentation DOCDIR
-============== ========================================= =======================
-"""
-
-import os, re
-from waflib import Utils, Options, Context
-
-gnuopts = '''
-bindir, user commands, ${EXEC_PREFIX}/bin
-sbindir, system binaries, ${EXEC_PREFIX}/sbin
-libexecdir, program-specific binaries, ${EXEC_PREFIX}/libexec
-sysconfdir, host-specific configuration, ${PREFIX}/etc
-sharedstatedir, architecture-independent variable data, ${PREFIX}/com
-localstatedir, variable data, ${PREFIX}/var
-libdir, object code libraries, ${EXEC_PREFIX}/lib%s
-includedir, header files, ${PREFIX}/include
-oldincludedir, header files for non-GCC compilers, /usr/include
-datarootdir, architecture-independent data root, ${PREFIX}/share
-datadir, architecture-independent data, ${DATAROOTDIR}
-infodir, GNU "info" documentation, ${DATAROOTDIR}/info
-localedir, locale-dependent data, ${DATAROOTDIR}/locale
-mandir, manual pages, ${DATAROOTDIR}/man
-docdir, documentation root, ${DATAROOTDIR}/doc/${PACKAGE}
-htmldir, HTML documentation, ${DOCDIR}
-dvidir, DVI documentation, ${DOCDIR}
-pdfdir, PDF documentation, ${DOCDIR}
-psdir, PostScript documentation, ${DOCDIR}
-''' % Utils.lib64()
-
-_options = [x.split(', ') for x in gnuopts.splitlines() if x]
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Reads the command-line options to set lots of variables in *conf.env*. The variables
- BINDIR and LIBDIR will be overwritten.
- """
- def get_param(varname, default):
- return getattr(Options.options, varname, '') or default
-
- env = conf.env
- env.LIBDIR = env.BINDIR = []
- env.EXEC_PREFIX = get_param('EXEC_PREFIX', env.PREFIX)
- env.PACKAGE = getattr(Context.g_module, 'APPNAME', None) or env.PACKAGE
-
- complete = False
- iter = 0
- while not complete and iter < len(_options) + 1:
- iter += 1
- complete = True
- for name, help, default in _options:
- name = name.upper()
- if not env[name]:
- try:
- env[name] = Utils.subst_vars(get_param(name, default).replace('/', os.sep), env)
- except TypeError:
- complete = False
-
- if not complete:
- lst = [x for x, _, _ in _options if not env[x.upper()]]
- raise conf.errors.WafError('Variable substitution failure %r' % lst)
-
-def options(opt):
- """
- Adds lots of command-line options, for example::
-
- --exec-prefix: EXEC_PREFIX
- """
- inst_dir = opt.add_option_group('Installation prefix',
-'By default, "waf install" will put the files in\
- "/usr/local/bin", "/usr/local/lib" etc. An installation prefix other\
- than "/usr/local" can be given using "--prefix", for example "--prefix=$HOME"')
-
- for k in ('--prefix', '--destdir'):
- option = opt.parser.get_option(k)
- if option:
- opt.parser.remove_option(k)
- inst_dir.add_option(option)
-
- inst_dir.add_option('--exec-prefix',
- help = 'installation prefix for binaries [PREFIX]',
- default = '',
- dest = 'EXEC_PREFIX')
-
- dirs_options = opt.add_option_group('Installation directories')
-
- for name, help, default in _options:
- option_name = '--' + name
- str_default = default
- str_help = '%s [%s]' % (help, re.sub(r'\$\{([^}]+)\}', r'\1', str_default))
- dirs_options.add_option(option_name, help=str_help, default='', dest=name.upper())
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gxx.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/gxx.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 22c5d26..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/gxx.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,157 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-# Ralf Habacker, 2006 (rh)
-# Yinon Ehrlich, 2009
-
-"""
-g++/llvm detection.
-"""
-
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot, ar
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_gxx(conf):
- """
- Finds the program g++, and if present, try to detect its version number
- """
- cxx = conf.find_program(['g++', 'c++'], var='CXX')
- conf.get_cc_version(cxx, gcc=True)
- conf.env.CXX_NAME = 'gcc'
-
-@conf
-def gxx_common_flags(conf):
- """
- Common flags for g++ on nearly all platforms
- """
- v = conf.env
-
- v.CXX_SRC_F = []
- v.CXX_TGT_F = ['-c', '-o']
-
- if not v.LINK_CXX:
- v.LINK_CXX = v.CXX
-
- v.CXXLNK_SRC_F = []
- v.CXXLNK_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.SONAME_ST = '-Wl,-h,%s'
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = '-Wl,-Bdynamic'
- v.STLIB_MARKER = '-Wl,-Bstatic'
-
- v.cxxprogram_PATTERN = '%s'
-
- v.CXXFLAGS_cxxshlib = ['-fPIC']
- v.LINKFLAGS_cxxshlib = ['-shared']
- v.cxxshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.so'
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_cxxstlib = ['-Wl,-Bstatic']
- v.cxxstlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.a'
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_MACBUNDLE = ['-bundle', '-undefined', 'dynamic_lookup']
- v.CXXFLAGS_MACBUNDLE = ['-fPIC']
- v.macbundle_PATTERN = '%s.bundle'
-
-@conf
-def gxx_modifier_win32(conf):
- """Configuration flags for executing gcc on Windows"""
- v = conf.env
- v.cxxprogram_PATTERN = '%s.exe'
-
- v.cxxshlib_PATTERN = '%s.dll'
- v.implib_PATTERN = '%s.dll.a'
- v.IMPLIB_ST = '-Wl,--out-implib,%s'
-
- v.CXXFLAGS_cxxshlib = []
-
- # Auto-import is enabled by default even without this option,
- # but enabling it explicitly has the nice effect of suppressing the rather boring, debug-level messages
- # that the linker emits otherwise.
- v.append_value('LINKFLAGS', ['-Wl,--enable-auto-import'])
-
-@conf
-def gxx_modifier_cygwin(conf):
- """Configuration flags for executing g++ on Cygwin"""
- gxx_modifier_win32(conf)
- v = conf.env
- v.cxxshlib_PATTERN = 'cyg%s.dll'
- v.append_value('LINKFLAGS_cxxshlib', ['-Wl,--enable-auto-image-base'])
- v.CXXFLAGS_cxxshlib = []
-
-@conf
-def gxx_modifier_darwin(conf):
- """Configuration flags for executing g++ on MacOS"""
- v = conf.env
- v.CXXFLAGS_cxxshlib = ['-fPIC']
- v.LINKFLAGS_cxxshlib = ['-dynamiclib']
- v.cxxshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.dylib'
- v.FRAMEWORKPATH_ST = '-F%s'
- v.FRAMEWORK_ST = ['-framework']
- v.ARCH_ST = ['-arch']
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_cxxstlib = []
-
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = []
- v.STLIB_MARKER = []
- v.SONAME_ST = []
-
-@conf
-def gxx_modifier_aix(conf):
- """Configuration flags for executing g++ on AIX"""
- v = conf.env
- v.LINKFLAGS_cxxprogram= ['-Wl,-brtl']
-
- v.LINKFLAGS_cxxshlib = ['-shared', '-Wl,-brtl,-bexpfull']
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = []
-
-@conf
-def gxx_modifier_hpux(conf):
- v = conf.env
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = []
- v.STLIB_MARKER = []
- v.CFLAGS_cxxshlib = ['-fPIC','-DPIC']
- v.cxxshlib_PATTERN = 'lib%s.sl'
-
-@conf
-def gxx_modifier_openbsd(conf):
- conf.env.SONAME_ST = []
-
-@conf
-def gcc_modifier_osf1V(conf):
- v = conf.env
- v.SHLIB_MARKER = []
- v.STLIB_MARKER = []
- v.SONAME_ST = []
-
-@conf
-def gxx_modifier_platform(conf):
- """Execute platform-specific functions based on *gxx_modifier_+NAME*"""
- # * set configurations specific for a platform.
- # * the destination platform is detected automatically by looking at the macros the compiler predefines,
- # and if it's not recognised, it fallbacks to sys.platform.
- gxx_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'gxx_modifier_' + conf.env.DEST_OS, None)
- if gxx_modifier_func:
- gxx_modifier_func()
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Configuration for g++
- """
- conf.find_gxx()
- conf.find_ar()
- conf.gxx_common_flags()
- conf.gxx_modifier_platform()
- conf.cxx_load_tools()
- conf.cxx_add_flags()
- conf.link_add_flags()
- conf.check_gcc_o_space('cxx')
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/icc.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/icc.py
deleted file mode 100644
index b6492c8..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/icc.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Stian Selnes 2008
-# Thomas Nagy 2009-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Detects the Intel C compiler
-"""
-
-import sys
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot, ar, gcc
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_icc(conf):
- """
- Finds the program icc and execute it to ensure it really is icc
- """
- cc = conf.find_program(['icc', 'ICL'], var='CC')
- conf.get_cc_version(cc, icc=True)
- conf.env.CC_NAME = 'icc'
-
-def configure(conf):
- conf.find_icc()
- conf.find_ar()
- 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/Tools/icpc.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/icpc.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 8a6cc6c..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/icpc.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy 2009-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Detects the Intel C++ compiler
-"""
-
-import sys
-from waflib.Tools import ccroot, ar, gxx
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-@conf
-def find_icpc(conf):
- """
- Finds the program icpc, and execute it to ensure it really is icpc
- """
- cxx = conf.find_program('icpc', var='CXX')
- conf.get_cc_version(cxx, icc=True)
- conf.env.CXX_NAME = 'icc'
-
-def configure(conf):
- conf.find_icpc()
- conf.find_ar()
- conf.gxx_common_flags()
- conf.gxx_modifier_platform()
- conf.cxx_load_tools()
- conf.cxx_add_flags()
- conf.link_add_flags()
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/ifort.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/ifort.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 17d3052..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/ifort.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,413 +0,0 @@
-#! /usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# DC 2008
-# Thomas Nagy 2016-2018 (ita)
-
-import os, re, traceback
-from waflib import Utils, Logs, Errors
-from waflib.Tools import fc, fc_config, fc_scan, ar, ccroot
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-from waflib.TaskGen import after_method, feature
-
-@conf
-def find_ifort(conf):
- fc = conf.find_program('ifort', var='FC')
- conf.get_ifort_version(fc)
- conf.env.FC_NAME = 'IFORT'
-
-@conf
-def ifort_modifier_win32(self):
- v = self.env
- v.IFORT_WIN32 = True
- v.FCSTLIB_MARKER = ''
- v.FCSHLIB_MARKER = ''
-
- v.FCLIB_ST = v.FCSTLIB_ST = '%s.lib'
- v.FCLIBPATH_ST = v.STLIBPATH_ST = '/LIBPATH:%s'
- v.FCINCPATH_ST = '/I%s'
- v.FCDEFINES_ST = '/D%s'
-
- v.fcprogram_PATTERN = v.fcprogram_test_PATTERN = '%s.exe'
- v.fcshlib_PATTERN = '%s.dll'
- v.fcstlib_PATTERN = v.implib_PATTERN = '%s.lib'
-
- v.FCLNK_TGT_F = '/out:'
- v.FC_TGT_F = ['/c', '/o', '']
- v.FCFLAGS_fcshlib = ''
- v.LINKFLAGS_fcshlib = '/DLL'
- v.AR_TGT_F = '/out:'
- v.IMPLIB_ST = '/IMPLIB:%s'
-
- v.append_value('LINKFLAGS', '/subsystem:console')
- if v.IFORT_MANIFEST:
- v.append_value('LINKFLAGS', ['/MANIFEST'])
-
-@conf
-def ifort_modifier_darwin(conf):
- fc_config.fortran_modifier_darwin(conf)
-
-@conf
-def ifort_modifier_platform(conf):
- dest_os = conf.env.DEST_OS or Utils.unversioned_sys_platform()
- ifort_modifier_func = getattr(conf, 'ifort_modifier_' + dest_os, None)
- if ifort_modifier_func:
- ifort_modifier_func()
-
-@conf
-def get_ifort_version(conf, fc):
- """
- Detects the compiler version and sets ``conf.env.FC_VERSION``
- """
- version_re = re.compile(r"\bIntel\b.*\bVersion\s*(?P<major>\d*)\.(?P<minor>\d*)",re.I).search
- if Utils.is_win32:
- cmd = fc
- else:
- cmd = fc + ['-logo']
-
- out, err = fc_config.getoutput(conf, cmd, stdin=False)
- match = version_re(out) or version_re(err)
- if not match:
- conf.fatal('cannot determine ifort version.')
- k = match.groupdict()
- conf.env.FC_VERSION = (k['major'], k['minor'])
-
-def configure(conf):
- """
- Detects the Intel Fortran compilers
- """
- if Utils.is_win32:
- compiler, version, path, includes, libdirs, arch = conf.detect_ifort()
- v = conf.env
- v.DEST_CPU = arch
- v.PATH = path
- v.INCLUDES = includes
- v.LIBPATH = libdirs
- v.MSVC_COMPILER = compiler
- try:
- v.MSVC_VERSION = float(version)
- except ValueError:
- v.MSVC_VERSION = float(version[:-3])
-
- conf.find_ifort_win32()
- conf.ifort_modifier_win32()
- else:
- conf.find_ifort()
- conf.find_program('xiar', var='AR')
- conf.find_ar()
- conf.fc_flags()
- conf.fc_add_flags()
- conf.ifort_modifier_platform()
-
-
-all_ifort_platforms = [ ('intel64', 'amd64'), ('em64t', 'amd64'), ('ia32', 'x86'), ('Itanium', 'ia64')]
-"""List of icl platforms"""
-
-@conf
-def gather_ifort_versions(conf, versions):
- """
- List compiler versions by looking up registry keys
- """
- version_pattern = re.compile(r'^...?.?\....?.?')
- try:
- all_versions = Utils.winreg.OpenKey(Utils.winreg.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, 'SOFTWARE\\Wow6432node\\Intel\\Compilers\\Fortran')
- except OSError:
- try:
- all_versions = Utils.winreg.OpenKey(Utils.winreg.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, 'SOFTWARE\\Intel\\Compilers\\Fortran')
- except OSError:
- return
- index = 0
- while 1:
- try:
- version = Utils.winreg.EnumKey(all_versions, index)
- except OSError:
- break
- index += 1
- if not version_pattern.match(version):
- continue
- targets = {}
- for target,arch in all_ifort_platforms:
- if target=='intel64':
- targetDir='EM64T_NATIVE'
- else:
- targetDir=target
- try:
- Utils.winreg.OpenKey(all_versions,version+'\\'+targetDir)
- icl_version=Utils.winreg.OpenKey(all_versions,version)
- path,type=Utils.winreg.QueryValueEx(icl_version,'ProductDir')
- except OSError:
- pass
- else:
- batch_file=os.path.join(path,'bin','ifortvars.bat')
- if os.path.isfile(batch_file):
- targets[target] = target_compiler(conf, 'intel', arch, version, target, batch_file)
-
- for target,arch in all_ifort_platforms:
- try:
- icl_version = Utils.winreg.OpenKey(all_versions, version+'\\'+target)
- path,type = Utils.winreg.QueryValueEx(icl_version,'ProductDir')
- except OSError:
- continue
- else:
- batch_file=os.path.join(path,'bin','ifortvars.bat')
- if os.path.isfile(batch_file):
- targets[target] = target_compiler(conf, 'intel', arch, version, target, batch_file)
- major = version[0:2]
- versions['intel ' + major] = targets
-
-@conf
-def setup_ifort(conf, versiondict):
- """
- Checks installed compilers and targets and returns the first combination from the user's
- options, env, or the global supported lists that checks.
-
- :param versiondict: dict(platform -> dict(architecture -> configuration))
- :type versiondict: dict(string -> dict(string -> target_compiler)
- :return: the compiler, revision, path, include dirs, library paths and target architecture
- :rtype: tuple of strings
- """
- platforms = Utils.to_list(conf.env.MSVC_TARGETS) or [i for i,j in all_ifort_platforms]
- desired_versions = conf.env.MSVC_VERSIONS or list(reversed(list(versiondict.keys())))
- for version in desired_versions:
- try:
- targets = versiondict[version]
- except KeyError:
- continue
- for arch in platforms:
- try:
- cfg = targets[arch]
- except KeyError:
- continue
- cfg.evaluate()
- if cfg.is_valid:
- compiler,revision = version.rsplit(' ', 1)
- return compiler,revision,cfg.bindirs,cfg.incdirs,cfg.libdirs,cfg.cpu
- conf.fatal('ifort: Impossible to find a valid architecture for building %r - %r' % (desired_versions, list(versiondict.keys())))
-
-@conf
-def get_ifort_version_win32(conf, compiler, version, target, vcvars):
- # FIXME hack
- try:
- conf.msvc_cnt += 1
- except AttributeError:
- conf.msvc_cnt = 1
- batfile = conf.bldnode.make_node('waf-print-msvc-%d.bat' % conf.msvc_cnt)
- batfile.write("""@echo off
-set INCLUDE=
-set LIB=
-call "%s" %s
-echo PATH=%%PATH%%
-echo INCLUDE=%%INCLUDE%%
-echo LIB=%%LIB%%;%%LIBPATH%%
-""" % (vcvars,target))
- sout = conf.cmd_and_log(['cmd.exe', '/E:on', '/V:on', '/C', batfile.abspath()])
- batfile.delete()
- lines = sout.splitlines()
-
- if not lines[0]:
- lines.pop(0)
-
- MSVC_PATH = MSVC_INCDIR = MSVC_LIBDIR = None
- for line in lines:
- if line.startswith('PATH='):
- path = line[5:]
- MSVC_PATH = path.split(';')
- elif line.startswith('INCLUDE='):
- MSVC_INCDIR = [i for i in line[8:].split(';') if i]
- elif line.startswith('LIB='):
- MSVC_LIBDIR = [i for i in line[4:].split(';') if i]
- if None in (MSVC_PATH, MSVC_INCDIR, MSVC_LIBDIR):
- conf.fatal('ifort: Could not find a valid architecture for building (get_ifort_version_win32)')
-
- # Check if the compiler is usable at all.
- # The detection may return 64-bit versions even on 32-bit systems, and these would fail to run.
- env = dict(os.environ)
- env.update(PATH = path)
- compiler_name, linker_name, lib_name = _get_prog_names(conf, compiler)
- fc = conf.find_program(compiler_name, path_list=MSVC_PATH)
-
- # delete CL if exists. because it could contain parameters which can change cl's behaviour rather catastrophically.
- if 'CL' in env:
- del(env['CL'])
-
- try:
- conf.cmd_and_log(fc + ['/help'], env=env)
- except UnicodeError:
- st = traceback.format_exc()
- if conf.logger:
- conf.logger.error(st)
- conf.fatal('ifort: Unicode error - check the code page?')
- except Exception as e:
- Logs.debug('ifort: get_ifort_version: %r %r %r -> failure %s', compiler, version, target, str(e))
- conf.fatal('ifort: cannot run the compiler in get_ifort_version (run with -v to display errors)')
- else:
- Logs.debug('ifort: get_ifort_version: %r %r %r -> OK', compiler, version, target)
- finally:
- conf.env[compiler_name] = ''
-
- return (MSVC_PATH, MSVC_INCDIR, MSVC_LIBDIR)
-
-class target_compiler(object):
- """
- Wraps a compiler configuration; call evaluate() to determine
- whether the configuration is usable.
- """
- def __init__(self, ctx, compiler, cpu, version, bat_target, bat, callback=None):
- """
- :param ctx: configuration context to use to eventually get the version environment
- :param compiler: compiler name
- :param cpu: target cpu
- :param version: compiler version number
- :param bat_target: ?
- :param bat: path to the batch file to run
- :param callback: optional function to take the realized environment variables tup and map it (e.g. to combine other constant paths)
- """
- self.conf = ctx
- self.name = None
- self.is_valid = False
- self.is_done = False
-
- self.compiler = compiler
- self.cpu = cpu
- self.version = version
- self.bat_target = bat_target
- self.bat = bat
- self.callback = callback
-
- def evaluate(self):
- if self.is_done:
- return
- self.is_done = True
- try:
- vs = self.conf.get_ifort_version_win32(self.compiler, self.version, self.bat_target, self.bat)
- except Errors.ConfigurationError:
- self.is_valid = False
- return
- if self.callback:
- vs = self.callback(self, vs)
- self.is_valid = True
- (self.bindirs, self.incdirs, self.libdirs) = vs
-
- def __str__(self):
- return str((self.bindirs, self.incdirs, self.libdirs))
-
- def __repr__(self):
- return repr((self.bindirs, self.incdirs, self.libdirs))
-
-@conf
-def detect_ifort(self):
- return self.setup_ifort(self.get_ifort_versions(False))
-
-@conf
-def get_ifort_versions(self, eval_and_save=True):
- """
- :return: platforms to compiler configurations
- :rtype: dict
- """
- dct = {}
- self.gather_ifort_versions(dct)
- return dct
-
-def _get_prog_names(self, compiler):
- if compiler=='intel':
- compiler_name = 'ifort'
- linker_name = 'XILINK'
- lib_name = 'XILIB'
- else:
- # assumes CL.exe
- compiler_name = 'CL'
- linker_name = 'LINK'
- lib_name = 'LIB'
- return compiler_name, linker_name, lib_name
-
-@conf
-def find_ifort_win32(conf):
- # the autodetection is supposed to be performed before entering in this method
- v = conf.env
- path = v.PATH
- compiler = v.MSVC_COMPILER
- version = v.MSVC_VERSION
-
- compiler_name, linker_name, lib_name = _get_prog_names(conf, compiler)
- v.IFORT_MANIFEST = (compiler == 'intel' and version >= 11)
-
- # compiler
- fc = conf.find_program(compiler_name, var='FC', path_list=path)
-
- # before setting anything, check if the compiler is really intel fortran
- env = dict(conf.environ)
- if path:
- env.update(PATH = ';'.join(path))
- if not conf.cmd_and_log(fc + ['/nologo', '/help'], env=env):
- conf.fatal('not intel fortran compiler could not be identified')
-
- v.FC_NAME = 'IFORT'
-
- if not v.LINK_FC:
- conf.find_program(linker_name, var='LINK_FC', path_list=path, mandatory=True)
-
- if not v.AR:
- conf.find_program(lib_name, path_list=path, var='AR', mandatory=True)
- v.ARFLAGS = ['/nologo']
-
- # manifest tool. Not required for VS 2003 and below. Must have for VS 2005 and later
- if v.IFORT_MANIFEST:
- conf.find_program('MT', path_list=path, var='MT')
- v.MTFLAGS = ['/nologo']
-
- try:
- conf.load('winres')
- except Errors.WafError:
- Logs.warn('Resource compiler not found. Compiling resource file is disabled')
-
-#######################################################################################################
-##### conf above, build below
-
-@after_method('apply_link')
-@feature('fc')
-def apply_flags_ifort(self):
- """
- Adds additional flags implied by msvc, such as subsystems and pdb files::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld.stlib(source='main.c', target='bar', subsystem='gruik')
- """
- if not self.env.IFORT_WIN32 or not getattr(self, 'link_task', None):
- return
-
- is_static = isinstance(self.link_task, ccroot.stlink_task)
-
- subsystem = getattr(self, 'subsystem', '')
- if subsystem:
- subsystem = '/subsystem:%s' % subsystem
- flags = is_static and 'ARFLAGS' or 'LINKFLAGS'
- self.env.append_value(flags, subsystem)
-
- if not is_static:
- for f in self.env.LINKFLAGS:
- d = f.lower()
- if d[1:] == 'debug':
- pdbnode = self.link_task.outputs[0].change_ext('.pdb')
- self.link_task.outputs.append(pdbnode)
-
- if getattr(self, 'install_task', None):
- self.pdb_install_task = self.add_install_files(install_to=self.install_task.install_to, install_from=pdbnode)
-
- break
-
-@feature('fcprogram', 'fcshlib', 'fcprogram_test')
-@after_method('apply_link')
-def apply_manifest_ifort(self):
- """
- Enables manifest embedding in Fortran DLLs when using ifort on Windows
- See: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms235542(VS.80).aspx
- """
- if self.env.IFORT_WIN32 and getattr(self, 'link_task', None):
- # it seems ifort.exe cannot be called for linking
- self.link_task.env.FC = self.env.LINK_FC
-
- if self.env.IFORT_WIN32 and self.env.IFORT_MANIFEST and getattr(self, 'link_task', None):
- out_node = self.link_task.outputs[0]
- man_node = out_node.parent.find_or_declare(out_node.name + '.manifest')
- self.link_task.outputs.append(man_node)
- self.env.DO_MANIFEST = True
-
diff --git a/pugl/waflib/Tools/intltool.py b/pugl/waflib/Tools/intltool.py
deleted file mode 100644
index af95ba8..0000000
--- a/pugl/waflib/Tools/intltool.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,231 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# encoding: utf-8
-# Thomas Nagy, 2006-2018 (ita)
-
-"""
-Support for translation tools such as msgfmt and intltool
-
-Usage::
-
- def configure(conf):
- conf.load('gnu_dirs intltool')
-
- def build(bld):
- # process the .po files into .gmo files, and install them in LOCALEDIR
- bld(features='intltool_po', appname='myapp', podir='po', install_path="${LOCALEDIR}")
-
- # process an input file, substituting the translations from the po dir
- bld(
- features = "intltool_in",
- podir = "../po",
- style = "desktop",
- flags = ["-u"],
- source = 'kupfer.desktop.in',
- install_path = "${DATADIR}/applications",
- )
-
-Usage of the :py:mod:`waflib.Tools.gnu_dirs` is recommended, but not obligatory.
-"""
-
-from __future__ import with_statement
-
-import os, re
-from waflib import Context, Task, Utils, Logs
-import waflib.Tools.ccroot
-from waflib.TaskGen import feature, before_method, taskgen_method
-from waflib.Logs import error
-from waflib.Configure import conf
-
-_style_flags = {
- 'ba': '-b',
- 'desktop': '-d',
- 'keys': '-k',
- 'quoted': '--quoted-style',
- 'quotedxml': '--quotedxml-style',
- 'rfc822deb': '-r',
- 'schemas': '-s',
- 'xml': '-x',
-}
-
-@taskgen_method
-def ensure_localedir(self):
- """
- Expands LOCALEDIR from DATAROOTDIR/locale if possible, or falls back to PREFIX/share/locale
- """
- # use the tool gnu_dirs to provide options to define this
- if not self.env.LOCALEDIR:
- if self.env.DATAROOTDIR:
- self.env.LOCALEDIR = os.path.join(self.env.DATAROOTDIR, 'locale')
- else:
- self.env.LOCALEDIR = os.path.join(self.env.PREFIX, 'share', 'locale')
-
-@before_method('process_source')
-@feature('intltool_in')
-def apply_intltool_in_f(self):
- """
- Creates tasks to translate files by intltool-merge::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(
- features = "intltool_in",
- podir = "../po",
- style = "desktop",
- flags = ["-u"],
- source = 'kupfer.desktop.in',
- install_path = "${DATADIR}/applications",
- )
-
- :param podir: location of the .po files
- :type podir: string
- :param source: source files to process
- :type source: list of string
- :param style: the intltool-merge mode of operation, can be one of the following values:
- ``ba``, ``desktop``, ``keys``, ``quoted``, ``quotedxml``, ``rfc822deb``, ``schemas`` and ``xml``.
- See the ``intltool-merge`` man page for more information about supported modes of operation.
- :type style: string
- :param flags: compilation flags ("-quc" by default)
- :type flags: list of string
- :param install_path: installation path
- :type install_path: string
- """
- try:
- self.meths.remove('process_source')
- except ValueError:
- pass
-
- self.ensure_localedir()
-
- podir = getattr(self, 'podir', '.')
- podirnode = self.path.find_dir(podir)
- if not podirnode:
- error("could not find the podir %r" % podir)
- return
-
- cache = getattr(self, 'intlcache', '.intlcache')
- self.env.INTLCACHE = [os.path.join(str(self.path.get_bld()), podir, cache)]
- self.env.INTLPODIR = podirnode.bldpath()
- self.env.append_value('INTLFLAGS', getattr(self, 'flags', self.env.INTLFLAGS_DEFAULT))
-
- if '-c' in self.env.INTLFLAGS:
- self.bld.fatal('Redundant -c flag in intltool task %r' % self)
-
- style = getattr(self, 'style', None)
- if style:
- try:
- style_flag = _style_flags[style]
- except KeyError:
- self.bld.fatal('intltool_in style "%s" is not valid' % style)
-
- self.env.append_unique('INTLFLAGS', [style_flag])
-
- for i in self.to_list(self.source):
- node = self.path.find_resource(i)
-
- task = self.create_task('intltool', node, node.change_ext(''))
- inst = getattr(self, 'install_path', None)
- if inst:
- self.add_install_files(install_to=inst, install_from=task.outputs)
-
-@feature('intltool_po')
-def apply_intltool_po(self):
- """
- Creates tasks to process po files::
-
- def build(bld):
- bld(features='intltool_po', appname='myapp', podir='po', install_path="${LOCALEDIR}")
-</