source: rtems-source-builder/source-builder/sb/freebsd.py @ 2c264c1

Last change on this file since 2c264c1 was 2c264c1, checked in by Chris Johns <chrisj@…>, on May 15, 2019 at 3:13:23 AM

freebsd: Version 12.0+ has unzip in /usr/bin

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1#
2# RTEMS Tools Project (http://www.rtems.org/)
3# Copyright 2010-2014 Chris Johns (chrisj@rtems.org)
4# All rights reserved.
5#
6# This file is part of the RTEMS Tools package in 'rtems-tools'.
7#
8# RTEMS Tools is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
9# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
10# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
11# (at your option) any later version.
12#
13# RTEMS Tools is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
14# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
15# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
16# GNU General Public License for more details.
17#
18# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
19# along with RTEMS Tools.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
20#
21
22#
23# This code is based on what ever doco about spec files I could find and
24# RTEMS project's spec files.
25#
26
27import pprint
28import os
29
30import check
31import error
32import execute
33
34def load():
35    uname = os.uname()
36    sysctl = '/sbin/sysctl '
37    e = execute.capture_execution()
38    exit_code, proc, output = e.shell(sysctl + 'hw.ncpu')
39    if exit_code == 0:
40        ncpus = output.split(' ')[1].strip()
41    else:
42        ncpus = '1'
43    if uname[4] == 'amd64':
44        cpu = 'x86_64'
45    else:
46        cpu = uname[4]
47    version = uname[2]
48    if version.find('-') > 0:
49        version = version.split('-')[0]
50    defines = {
51        '_ncpus':           ('none',    'none',     ncpus),
52        '_os':              ('none',    'none',     'freebsd'),
53        '_host':            ('triplet', 'required', cpu + '-freebsd' + version),
54        '_host_vendor':     ('none',    'none',     'pc'),
55        '_host_os':         ('none',    'none',     'freebsd'),
56        '_host_os_version': ('none',    'none',     version),
57        '_host_cpu':        ('none',    'none',     cpu),
58        '_host_alias':      ('none',    'none',     '%{nil}'),
59        '_host_arch':       ('none',    'none',     cpu),
60        'host_includes':    ('none',    'convert',  '-I%{_usr}/include'),
61        'host_ldflags':     ('none',    'convert',  '-L%{_usr}/lib'),
62        '_usr':             ('dir',     'required', '/usr/local'),
63        '_var':             ('dir',     'optional', '/usr/local/var'),
64        '__bash':           ('exe',     'optional', '/usr/local/bin/bash'),
65        '__bison':          ('exe',     'required', '/usr/local/bin/bison'),
66        '__git':            ('exe',     'required', '/usr/local/bin/git'),
67        '__svn':            ('exe',     'required', '/usr/local/bin/svn'),
68        '__unzip':          ('exe',     'optional', '/usr/local/bin/unzip'),
69        '__xz':             ('exe',     'optional', '/usr/bin/xz'),
70        '__make':           ('exe',     'required', 'gmake'),
71        '__patch_opts':     ('none',     'none',    '-E')
72    }
73
74    defines['_build']        = defines['_host']
75    defines['_build_vendor'] = defines['_host_vendor']
76    defines['_build_os']     = defines['_host_os']
77    defines['_build_cpu']    = defines['_host_cpu']
78    defines['_build_alias']  = defines['_host_alias']
79    defines['_build_arch']   = defines['_host_arch']
80
81    # FreeBSD 10 and above no longer have /usr/bin/cvs, but it can (e.g.) be
82    # installed to /usr/local/bin/cvs through the devel/cvs port
83    fb_version = int(float(version))
84    if fb_version >= 10:
85        #
86        # FreeBSD has switched to clang plus gcc. On 10.0 cc is gcc based and
87        # clang is provided however it is not building binutils-2.24.
88        #
89        cc = '/usr/bin/cc'
90        if check.check_exe(cc, cc):
91            defines['__cc'] = cc
92        else:
93            cc = '/usr/bin/clang'
94            if not check.check_exe(cc, cc):
95                raise error.general('no valid cc found')
96        cxx = '/usr/bin/c++'
97        if check.check_exe(cxx, cxx):
98            defines['__cxx'] = cxx
99        else:
100            cxx = '/usr/bin/clang++'
101            if check.check_exe(cxx, cxx):
102                raise error.general('no valid c++ found')
103        #
104        # Assume the compiler is clang and so we need to increase
105        # bracket depth build build the gcc ARM compiler.
106        #
107        defines['build_cflags'] = '-O2 -pipe -fbracket-depth=1024'
108        defines['build_cxxflags'] = '-O2 -pipe -fbracket-depth=1024'
109        cvs = 'cvs'
110        if check.check_exe(cvs, cvs):
111            defines['__cvs'] = cvs
112        #
113        # Fix the mess iconv is on FreeBSD 10.0.
114        #
115        defines['iconv_includes'] = ('none', 'none', '%{host_includes} %{host_ldflags}')
116
117        #
118        # On 11.0+ makeinfo and install-info have moved to /usr/local/...
119        #
120        if fb_version >= 11:
121            defines['__install_info'] = ('exe', 'optional', '/usr/local/bin/install-info')
122            defines['__makeinfo']     = ('exe', 'required', '/usr/local/bin/makeinfo')
123        #
124        # On 12.0+ unzip is in /usr/bin
125        #
126        if fb_version >= 12:
127            defines['__unzip'] = ('exe', 'optional', '/usr/bin/unzip')
128    else:
129        for gv in ['49', '48', '47']:
130            gcc = '%s-portbld-freebsd%s-gcc%s' % (cpu, version, gv)
131            if check.check_exe(gcc, gcc):
132                defines['__cc'] = gcc
133                break
134        for gv in ['49', '48', '47']:
135            gxx = '%s-portbld-freebsd%s-g++%s' % (cpu, version, gv)
136            if check.check_exe(gxx, gxx):
137                defines['__cxx'] = gxx
138                break
139
140    return defines
141
142if __name__ == '__main__':
143    pprint.pprint(load())
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