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## -*- mode: perl; -*-
## Standard openssl configuration targets.
# Helper functions for the Windows configs
my $vc_win64a_info = {};
sub vc_win64a_info {
unless (%$vc_win64a_info) {
if (`nasm -v 2>NUL` =~ /NASM version ([0-9]+\.[0-9]+)/ && $1 >= 2.0) {
$vc_win64a_info = { AS => "nasm",
ASFLAGS => "-g",
asflags => "-Ox -f win64 -DNEAR",
asoutflag => "-o " };
} elsif ($disabled{asm}) {
# assembler is still used to compile uplink shim
$vc_win64a_info = { AS => "ml64",
ASFLAGS => "/nologo /Zi",
asflags => "/c /Cp /Cx",
asoutflag => "/Fo" };
} else {
$die->("NASM not found - make sure it's installed and available on %PATH%\n");
$vc_win64a_info = { AS => "{unknown}",
ASFLAGS => "",
asflags => "",
asoutflag => "" };
}
}
return $vc_win64a_info;
}
my $vc_win32_info = {};
sub vc_win32_info {
unless (%$vc_win32_info) {
my $ver=`nasm -v 2>NUL`;
my $vew=`nasmw -v 2>NUL`;
if ($ver ne "" || $vew ne "") {
$vc_win32_info = { AS => $ver ge $vew ? "nasm" : "nasmw",
ASFLAGS => "",
asflags => "-f win32",
asoutflag => "-o ",
perlasm_scheme => "win32n" };
} elsif ($disabled{asm}) {
# not actually used, uplink shim is inlined into C code
$vc_win32_info = { AS => "ml",
ASFLAGS => "/nologo /Zi",
asflags => "/Cp /coff /c /Cx",
asoutflag => "/Fo",
perlasm_scheme => "win32" };
} else {
$die->("NASM not found - make sure it's installed and available on %PATH%\n");
$vc_win32_info = { AS => "{unknown}",
ASFLAGS => "",
asflags => "",
asoutflag => "",
perlasm_scheme => "win32" };
}
}
return $vc_win32_info;
}
my $vc_wince_info = {};
sub vc_wince_info {
unless (%$vc_wince_info) {
# sanity check
$die->('%OSVERSION% is not defined') if (!defined(env('OSVERSION')));
$die->('%PLATFORM% is not defined') if (!defined(env('PLATFORM')));
$die->('%TARGETCPU% is not defined') if (!defined(env('TARGETCPU')));
#
# Idea behind this is to mimic flags set by eVC++ IDE...
#
my $wcevers = env('OSVERSION'); # WCENNN
my $wcevernum;
my $wceverdotnum;
if ($wcevers =~ /^WCE([1-9])([0-9]{2})$/) {
$wcevernum = "$1$2";
$wceverdotnum = "$1.$2";
} else {
$die->('%OSVERSION% value is insane');
$wcevernum = "{unknown}";
$wceverdotnum = "{unknown}";
}
my $wcecdefs = "-D_WIN32_WCE=$wcevernum -DUNDER_CE=$wcevernum"; # -D_WIN32_WCE=NNN
my $wcelflag = "/subsystem:windowsce,$wceverdotnum"; # ...,N.NN
my $wceplatf = env('PLATFORM');
$wceplatf =~ tr/a-z0-9 /A-Z0-9_/;
$wcecdefs .= " -DWCE_PLATFORM_$wceplatf";
my $wcetgt = env('TARGETCPU'); # just shorter name...
SWITCH: for($wcetgt) {
/^X86/ && do { $wcecdefs.=" -Dx86 -D_X86_ -D_i386_ -Di_386_";
$wcelflag.=" /machine:X86"; last; };
/^ARMV4[IT]/ && do { $wcecdefs.=" -DARM -D_ARM_ -D$wcetgt";
$wcecdefs.=" -DTHUMB -D_THUMB_" if($wcetgt=~/T$/);
$wcecdefs.=" -QRarch4T -QRinterwork-return";
$wcelflag.=" /machine:THUMB"; last; };
/^ARM/ && do { $wcecdefs.=" -DARM -D_ARM_ -D$wcetgt";
$wcelflag.=" /machine:ARM"; last; };
/^MIPSIV/ && do { $wcecdefs.=" -DMIPS -D_MIPS_ -DR4000 -D$wcetgt";
$wcecdefs.=" -D_MIPS64 -QMmips4 -QMn32";
$wcelflag.=" /machine:MIPSFPU"; last; };
/^MIPS16/ && do { $wcecdefs.=" -DMIPS -D_MIPS_ -DR4000 -D$wcetgt";
$wcecdefs.=" -DMIPSII -QMmips16";
$wcelflag.=" /machine:MIPS16"; last; };
/^MIPSII/ && do { $wcecdefs.=" -DMIPS -D_MIPS_ -DR4000 -D$wcetgt";
$wcecdefs.=" -QMmips2";
$wcelflag.=" /machine:MIPS"; last; };
/^R4[0-9]{3}/ && do { $wcecdefs.=" -DMIPS -D_MIPS_ -DR4000";
$wcelflag.=" /machine:MIPS"; last; };
/^SH[0-9]/ && do { $wcecdefs.=" -D$wcetgt -D_${wcetgt}_ -DSHx";
$wcecdefs.=" -Qsh4" if ($wcetgt =~ /^SH4/);
$wcelflag.=" /machine:$wcetgt"; last; };
{ $wcecdefs.=" -D$wcetgt -D_${wcetgt}_";
$wcelflag.=" /machine:$wcetgt"; last; };
}
$vc_wince_info = { cppflags => $wcecdefs,
lflags => $wcelflag };
}
return $vc_wince_info;
}
# Helper functions for the VMS configs
my $vms_info = {};
sub vms_info {
my $pointer_size_str = $config{target} =~ m|-p(\d+)$| ? $1 : "";
# For the case where Configure iterate through all config targets, such
# as when listing them and their details, we reset info if the pointer
# size changes.
if (%$vms_info && $vms_info->{pointer_size} ne $pointer_size_str) {
$vms_info = {};
}
unless (%$vms_info) {
$vms_info->{disable_warns} = [
"CXXPRAGMANA", # Shut up about unknown / unsupported pragmas
];
$vms_info->{pointer_size} = $pointer_size_str;
if ($pointer_size_str eq "64") {
`PIPE CC /NOCROSS_REFERENCE /NOLIST /NOOBJECT /WARNINGS = DISABLE = ( MAYLOSEDATA3, EMPTYFILE ) NL: 2> NL:`;
if ($? == 0) {
push @{$vms_info->{disable_warns}}, "MAYLOSEDATA3";
}
}
unless ($disabled{zlib}) {
my $default_zlib = 'GNV$LIBZSHR' . $pointer_size_str;
if (defined($disabled{"zlib-dynamic"})) {
$vms_info->{zlib} = $withargs{zlib_lib} || "$default_zlib/SHARE";
} else {
$vms_info->{def_zlib} = $withargs{zlib_lib} || $default_zlib;
# In case the --with-zlib-lib value contains something like
# /SHARE or /LIB or so at the end, remove it.
$vms_info->{def_zlib} =~ s|/.*$||g;
}
}
if ($config{target} =~ /-ia64/) {
`PIPE ias -H 2> NL:`;
if ($? == 0) {
$vms_info->{AS} = "ias";
$vms_info->{ASFLAGS} = '-d debug';
$vms_info->{asflags} = '"-N" vms_upcase';
$vms_info->{asoutflag} = "-o ";
$vms_info->{perlasm_scheme} = "ias";
}
}
}
return $vms_info;
}
my %targets = (
#### Basic configs that should work on any 32-bit box
"gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3"),
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
},
"cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => "-O",
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
},
#### VOS Configurations
"vos-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3"),
cppflags => "-D_POSIX_C_SOURCE=200112L -D_BSD -D_VOS_EXTENDED_NAMES",
lib_cppflags => "-DB_ENDIAN",
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
sys_id => "VOS",
lflags => add("-Wl,-map"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
shared_extension => ".so",
},
#### Solaris configurations
"solaris-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
template => 1,
lib_cppflags => "-DFILIO_H",
ex_libs => add("-lsocket -lnsl -ldl"),
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
},
#### Solaris common with Sun C setups
"solaris-common-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-common" ],
template => 1,
shared_target => "solaris",
shared_ldflag => "-Wl,-Bsymbolic",
shared_defflag => "-Wl,-M,",
shared_sonameflag=> "-Wl,-h,",
},
#### Solaris common with GNU C setups
"solaris-common-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-common" ],
template => 1,
shared_target => "solaris-gcc-shared", # The rest is on shared_info.pl
},
#### Solaris x86 with GNU C setups
"solaris-x86-gcc" => {
# NB. GNU C has to be configured to use GNU assembler, and not
# /usr/ccs/bin/as. Failure to comply will result in compile
# failures [at least] in 32-bit build.
inherit_from => [ "solaris-common-gcc" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => add_before(picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer")),
cflags => add(threads("-pthread")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
ex_libs => add(threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared -static-libgcc"),
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => 'elf',
},
"solaris64-x86_64-gcc" => {
# -shared -static-libgcc might appear controversial, but modules
# taken from static libgcc do not have relocations and linking
# them into our shared objects doesn't have any negative side
# effects. On the contrary, doing so makes it possible to use
# gcc shared build with Sun C. Given that gcc generates faster
# code [thanks to inline assembler], I would actually recommend
# to consider using gcc shared build even with vendor compiler:-)
# -- <appro@openssl.org>
inherit_from => [ "solaris-common-gcc" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => add_before(picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3")),
cflags => add_before("-m64", threads("-pthread")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
ex_libs => add(threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "elf",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared -static-libgcc"),
multilib => "/64",
},
#### Solaris x86 with Sun C setups
# There used to be solaris-x86-cc target, but it was removed,
# primarily because vendor assembler can't assemble our modules
# with -KPIC flag. As result it, assembly support, was not even
# available as option. But its lack means lack of side-channel
# resistant code, which is incompatible with security by today's
# standards. Fortunately gcc is readily available prepackaged
# option, which we can firmly point at...
#
# On related note, solaris64-x86_64-cc target won't compile code
# paths utilizing AVX and post-Haswell instruction extensions.
# Consider switching to solaris64-x86_64-gcc even here...
#
"solaris64-x86_64-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-common-cc" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => add_before(picker(debug => "-g",
release => "-xO5 -xdepend -xbuiltin")),
cflags => add_before("-xarch=generic64 -xstrconst -Xa"),
cppflags => add(threads("-D_REENTRANT")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
lflags => add(threads("-mt")),
ex_libs => add(threads("-lpthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "elf",
shared_cflag => "-KPIC",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-G -dy -z text"),
multilib => "/64",
},
#### SPARC Solaris with GNU C setups
"solaris-sparcv7-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-common-gcc" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => add_before(picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3")),
cflags => add(threads("-pthread")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN -DBN_DIV2W"),
ex_libs => add(threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared"),
},
"solaris-sparcv8-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-sparcv7-gcc" ],
cflags => add_before("-mcpu=v8"),
asm_arch => 'sparcv8',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"solaris-sparcv9-gcc" => {
# -m32 should be safe to add as long as driver recognizes
# -mcpu=ultrasparc
inherit_from => [ "solaris-sparcv7-gcc" ],
cflags => add_before("-m32 -mcpu=ultrasparc"),
asm_arch => 'sparcv9',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"solaris64-sparcv9-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-sparcv9-gcc" ],
cflags => sub { my $f=join(" ",@_); $f =~ s/\-m32/-m64/; $f; },
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
multilib => "/64",
},
#### SPARC Solaris with Sun C setups
# SC4.0 doesn't pass 'make test', upgrade to SC5.0 or SC4.2.
# SC4.2 is ok, better than gcc even on bn as long as you tell it -xarch=v8
# SC5.0 note: Compiler common patch 107357-01 or later is required!
"solaris-sparcv7-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-common-cc" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => add_before(picker(debug => "-g",
release => "-xO5 -xdepend")),
cflags => add_before("-xstrconst -Xa"),
cppflags => add(threads("-D_REENTRANT")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN -DBN_DIV2W"),
lflags => add(threads("-mt")),
ex_libs => add(threads("-lpthread")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
shared_cflag => "-KPIC",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-G -dy -z text"),
},
####
"solaris-sparcv8-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-sparcv7-cc" ],
cflags => add_before("-xarch=v8"),
asm_arch => 'sparcv8',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"solaris-sparcv9-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-sparcv7-cc" ],
cflags => add_before("-xarch=v8plus"),
asm_arch => 'sparcv9',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"solaris64-sparcv9-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "solaris-sparcv7-cc" ],
cflags => add_before("-m64 -xarch=sparc"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'sparcv9',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
multilib => "/64",
},
#### IRIX 6.x configs
# Only N32 and N64 ABIs are supported.
"irix-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
template => 1,
cppflags => threads("-D_SGI_MP_SOURCE"),
lib_cppflags => "-DB_ENDIAN",
ex_libs => add(threads("-lpthread")),
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "self",
shared_ldflag => "-shared -Wl,-Bsymbolic",
shared_sonameflag=> "-Wl,-soname,",
},
"irix-mips3-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "irix-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-g -O0",
release => "-O3"),
LDFLAGS => "-static-libgcc",
cflags => "-mabi=n32",
bn_ops => "RC4_CHAR SIXTY_FOUR_BIT",
asm_arch => 'mips64',
perlasm_scheme => "n32",
multilib => "32",
},
"irix-mips3-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "irix-common" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-g -O0",
release => "-O2"),
cflags => "-n32 -mips3 -use_readonly_const -G0 -rdata_shared",
bn_ops => "RC4_CHAR SIXTY_FOUR_BIT",
asm_arch => 'mips64',
perlasm_scheme => "n32",
multilib => "32",
},
# N64 ABI builds.
"irix64-mips4-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "irix-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-g -O0",
release => "-O3"),
LDFLAGS => "-static-libgcc",
cflags => "-mabi=64 -mips4",
bn_ops => "RC4_CHAR SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'mips64',
perlasm_scheme => "64",
multilib => "64",
},
"irix64-mips4-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "irix-common" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-g -O0",
release => "-O2"),
cflags => "-64 -mips4 -use_readonly_const -G0 -rdata_shared",
bn_ops => "RC4_CHAR SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'mips64',
perlasm_scheme => "64",
multilib => "64",
},
#### Unified HP-UX ANSI C configs.
# Special notes:
# - Originally we were optimizing at +O4 level. It should be noted
# that the only difference between +O3 and +O4 is global inter-
# procedural analysis. As it has to be performed during the link
# stage the compiler leaves behind certain pseudo-code in lib*.a
# which might be release or even patch level specific. Generating
# the machine code for and analyzing the *whole* program appears
# to be *extremely* memory demanding while the performance gain is
# actually questionable. The situation is intensified by the default
# HP-UX data set size limit (infamous 'maxdsiz' tunable) of 64MB
# which is way too low for +O4. In other words, doesn't +O3 make
# more sense?
# - Keep in mind that the HP compiler by default generates code
# suitable for execution on the host you're currently compiling at.
# If the toolkit is meant to be used on various PA-RISC processors
# consider './Configure hpux-parisc-[g]cc +DAportable'.
# - -DMD32_XARRAY triggers workaround for compiler bug we ran into in
# 32-bit message digests. (For the moment of this writing) HP C
# doesn't seem to "digest" too many local variables (they make "him"
# chew forever:-). For more details look-up MD32_XARRAY comment in
# crypto/sha/sha_local.h.
# - originally there were 32-bit hpux-parisc2-* targets. They were
# scrapped, because a) they were not interchangeable with other 32-bit
# targets; b) performance-critical 32-bit assembly modules implement
# even PA-RISC 2.0-specific code paths, which are chosen at run-time,
# thus adequate performance is provided even with PA-RISC 1.1 build.
"hpux-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
template => 1,
defines => add("_XOPEN_SOURCE", "_XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED",
"_HPUX_ALT_XOPEN_SOCKET_API"),
lib_cppflags => "-DB_ENDIAN",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn", # overridden in 32-bit PA-RISC builds
shared_target => "self",
bin_lflags => "-Wl,+s,+cdp,../:,+cdp,./:",
shared_ldflag => "-Wl,-B,symbolic,+vnocompatwarnings,-z,+s,+cdp,../:,+cdp,./:",
shared_sonameflag=> "-Wl,+h,",
},
"hpux-parisc-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3"),
cflags => add(threads("-pthread")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DBN_DIV2W"),
ex_libs => add("-ldld", threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
dso_scheme => "dl",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared"),
shared_extension => ".sl.\$(SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER)",
},
"hpux-parisc1_1-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-parisc-gcc" ],
asm_arch => 'parisc11',
perlasm_scheme => "32",
multilib => "/pa1.1",
},
"hpux64-parisc2-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => combine(picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3")),
cflags => add(threads("-pthread")),
ex_libs => add("-ldl", threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'parisc20_64',
perlasm_scheme => "64",
shared_cflag => "-fpic",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared"),
shared_extension => ".sl.\$(SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER)",
multilib => "/pa20_64",
},
# More attempts at unified 10.X and 11.X targets for HP C compiler.
"hpux-parisc-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-common" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "+O0 +d -g",
release => "+O3"),
cflags => "+Optrs_strongly_typed -Ae +ESlit",
cppflags => threads("-D_REENTRANT"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DBN_DIV2W -DMD32_XARRAY"),
ex_libs => add("-ldld", threads("-lpthread")),
bn_ops => "RC4_CHAR",
dso_scheme => "dl",
shared_cflag => "+Z",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-b"),
shared_extension => ".sl.\$(SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER)",
},
"hpux-parisc1_1-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-parisc-cc" ],
cflags => add_before("+DA1.1"),
asm_arch => 'parisc11',
perlasm_scheme => "32",
multilib => "/pa1.1",
},
"hpux64-parisc2-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-common" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "+O0 +d -g",
release => "+O3") ,
cflags => "+DD64 +Optrs_strongly_typed -Ae +ESlit",
cppflags => threads("-D_REENTRANT") ,
lib_cppflags => add("-DMD32_XARRAY"),
ex_libs => add("-ldl", threads("-lpthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'parisc20_64',
perlasm_scheme => "64",
shared_cflag => "+Z",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-b"),
shared_extension => ".sl.\$(SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER)",
multilib => "/pa20_64",
},
# HP/UX IA-64 targets
"hpux-ia64-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-common" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "+O0 +d -g",
release => "+O2"),
cflags => "-Ae +DD32 +Olit=all -z",
cppflags => add(threads("-D_REENTRANT")),
ex_libs => add("-ldl", threads("-lpthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT",
asm_arch => 'ia64',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
shared_cflag => "+Z",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-b"),
multilib => "/hpux32",
},
"hpux64-ia64-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-common" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "+O0 +d -g",
release => "+O3"),
cflags => "-Ae +DD64 +Olit=all -z",
cppflags => threads("-D_REENTRANT"),
ex_libs => add("-ldl", threads("-lpthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'ia64',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
shared_cflag => "+Z",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-b"),
multilib => "/hpux64",
},
# GCC builds...
"hpux-ia64-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3"),
cflags => add(threads("-pthread")),
ex_libs => add("-ldl", threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT",
asm_arch => 'ia64',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
shared_cflag => "-fpic",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared"),
multilib => "/hpux32",
},
"hpux64-ia64-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "hpux-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3"),
cflags => combine("-mlp64", threads("-pthread")),
ex_libs => add("-ldl", threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'ia64',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
shared_cflag => "-fpic",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared"),
multilib => "/hpux64",
},
#### HP MPE/iX http://jazz.external.hp.com/src/openssl/
"MPE/iX-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => "-O3",
cppflags => "-D_POSIX_SOURCE -D_SOCKET_SOURCE",
includes => [ "/SYSLOG/PUB" ],
lib_cppflags => "-DBN_DIV2W",
sys_id => "MPE",
lflags => add("-L/SYSLOG/PUB"),
ex_libs => add("-lsyslog -lsocket -lcurses"),
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
},
#### DEC Alpha Tru64 targets. Tru64 is marketing name for OSF/1 version 4
#### and forward. In reality 'uname -s' still returns "OSF1". Originally
#### there were even osf1-* configs targeting prior versions provided,
#### but not anymore...
"tru64-alpha-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => "-O3",
cflags => add("-std=c9x", threads("-pthread")),
cppflags => "-D_XOPEN_SOURCE=500 -D_OSF_SOURCE",
ex_libs => add("-lrt", threads("-pthread")), # for mlock(2)
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'alpha',
perlasm_scheme => "void",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "alpha-osf1-shared",
shared_extension => ".so",
},
"tru64-alpha-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => "-tune host -fast",
cflags => add("-std1 -readonly_strings",
threads("-pthread")),
cppflags => "-D_XOPEN_SOURCE=500 -D_OSF_SOURCE",
ex_libs => add("-lrt", threads("-pthread")), # for mlock(2)
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'alpha',
perlasm_scheme => "void",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "alpha-osf1-shared",
shared_ldflag => "-msym",
shared_extension => ".so",
},
####
#### Variety of LINUX:-)
####
# *-generic* is endian-neutral target, but ./config is free to
# throw in -D[BL]_ENDIAN, whichever appropriate...
"linux-generic32" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CXX => "g++",
CFLAGS => picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3"),
CXXFLAGS => picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3"),
cflags => threads("-pthread"),
cxxflags => combine("-std=c++11", threads("-pthread")),
lib_cppflags => "-DOPENSSL_USE_NODELETE",
ex_libs => add("-ldl", threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "linux-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
shared_ldflag => sub { $disabled{pinshared} ? () : "-Wl,-znodelete" },
enable => [ "afalgeng" ],
},
"linux-latomic" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic32" ],
ex_libs => add(threads("-latomic")),
},
"linux-generic64" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic32" ],
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG RC4_CHAR",
},
"linux-ppc" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-latomic" ],
asm_arch => 'ppc32',
perlasm_scheme => "linux32",
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN"),
},
"linux-ppc64" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
cflags => add("-m64"),
cxxflags => add("-m64"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN"),
asm_arch => 'ppc64',
perlasm_scheme => "linux64",
multilib => "64",
},
"linux-ppc64le" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
cflags => add("-m64"),
cxxflags => add("-m64"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
asm_arch => 'ppc64',
perlasm_scheme => "linux64le",
},
"linux-armv4" => {
################################################################
# Note that -march is not among compiler options in linux-armv4
# target description. Not specifying one is intentional to give
# you choice to:
#
# a) rely on your compiler default by not specifying one;
# b) specify your target platform explicitly for optimal
# performance, e.g. -march=armv6 or -march=armv7-a;
# c) build "universal" binary that targets *range* of platforms
# by specifying minimum and maximum supported architecture;
#
# As for c) option. It actually makes no sense to specify
# maximum to be less than ARMv7, because it's the least
# requirement for run-time switch between platform-specific
# code paths. And without run-time switch performance would be
# equivalent to one for minimum. Secondly, there are some
# natural limitations that you'd have to accept and respect.
# Most notably you can *not* build "universal" binary for
# big-endian platform. This is because ARMv7 processor always
# picks instructions in little-endian order. Another similar
# limitation is that -mthumb can't "cross" -march=armv6t2
# boundary, because that's where it became Thumb-2. Well, this
# limitation is a bit artificial, because it's not really
# impossible, but it's deemed too tricky to support. And of
# course you have to be sure that your binutils are actually
# up to the task of handling maximum target platform. With all
# this in mind here is an example of how to configure
# "universal" build:
#
# ./Configure linux-armv4 -march=armv6 -D__ARM_MAX_ARCH__=8
#
inherit_from => [ "linux-latomic" ],
asm_arch => 'armv4',
perlasm_scheme => "linux32",
},
"linux-aarch64" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
asm_arch => 'aarch64',
perlasm_scheme => "linux64",
},
"linux-arm64ilp32" => { # https://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/arm64-ilp32
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic32" ],
cflags => add("-mabi=ilp32"),
cxxflags => add("-mabi=ilp32"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'aarch64',
perlasm_scheme => "linux64",
},
"linux-mips32" => {
# Configure script adds minimally required -march for assembly
# support, if no -march was specified at command line.
inherit_from => [ "linux-latomic" ],
cflags => add("-mabi=32"),
cxxflags => add("-mabi=32"),
asm_arch => 'mips32',
perlasm_scheme => "o32",
},
# mips32 and mips64 below refer to contemporary MIPS Architecture
# specifications, MIPS32 and MIPS64, rather than to kernel bitness.
"linux-mips64" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-latomic" ],
cflags => add("-mabi=n32"),
cxxflags => add("-mabi=n32"),
bn_ops => "RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'mips64',
perlasm_scheme => "n32",
multilib => "32",
},
"linux64-mips64" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
cflags => add("-mabi=64"),
cxxflags => add("-mabi=64"),
asm_arch => 'mips64',
perlasm_scheme => "64",
multilib => "64",
},
# riscv64 below refers to contemporary RISCV Architecture
# specifications,
"linux64-riscv64" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64"],
perlasm_scheme => "linux64",
},
#### IA-32 targets...
#### These two targets are a bit aged and are to be used on older Linux
#### machines where gcc doesn't understand -m32 and -m64
"linux-elf" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic32" ],
CFLAGS => add(picker(release => "-fomit-frame-pointer")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "elf",
},
"linux-aout" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => add(picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "a.out",
},
#### X86 / X86_64 targets
"linux-x86" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic32" ],
CFLAGS => add(picker(release => "-fomit-frame-pointer")),
cflags => add("-m32"),
cxxflags => add("-m32"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "elf",
},
"linux-x86-clang" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-x86" ],
CC => "clang",
CXX => "clang++",
},
"linux-x86_64" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
cflags => add("-m64"),
cxxflags => add("-m64"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "elf",
multilib => "64",
},
"linux-x86_64-clang" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-x86_64" ],
CC => "clang",
CXX => "clang++",
},
"linux-x32" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic32" ],
cflags => add("-mx32"),
cxxflags => add("-mx32"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT",
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "elf32",
multilib => "x32",
},
"linux-ia64" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'ia64',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"linux64-s390x" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
cflags => add("-m64"),
cxxflags => add("-m64"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN"),
asm_arch => 's390x',
perlasm_scheme => "64",
multilib => "64",
},
"linux32-s390x" => {
#### So called "highgprs" target for z/Architecture CPUs
# "Highgprs" is kernel feature first implemented in Linux
# 2.6.32, see /proc/cpuinfo. The idea is to preserve most
# significant bits of general purpose registers not only
# upon 32-bit process context switch, but even on
# asynchronous signal delivery to such process. This makes
# it possible to deploy 64-bit instructions even in legacy
# application context and achieve better [or should we say
# adequate] performance. The build is binary compatible with
# linux-generic32, and the idea is to be able to install the
# resulting libcrypto.so alongside generic one, e.g. as
# /lib/highgprs/libcrypto.so.x.y, for ldconfig and run-time
# linker to autodiscover. Unfortunately it doesn't work just
# yet, because of couple of bugs in glibc
# sysdeps/s390/dl-procinfo.c affecting ldconfig and ld.so.1...
#
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic32" ],
cflags => add("-m31 -Wa,-mzarch"),
cxxflags => add("-m31 -Wa,-mzarch"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN"),
asm_arch => 's390x',
perlasm_scheme => "31",
multilib => "/highgprs",
},
#### SPARC Linux setups
"linux-sparcv8" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-latomic" ],
cflags => add("-mcpu=v8"),
cxxflags => add("-mcpu=v8"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN -DBN_DIV2W"),
asm_arch => 'sparcv8',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"linux-sparcv9" => {
# it's a real mess with -mcpu=ultrasparc option under Linux,
# but -Wa,-Av8plus should do the trick no matter what.
inherit_from => [ "linux-latomic" ],
cflags => add("-m32 -mcpu=ultrasparc -Wa,-Av8plus"),
cxxflags => add("-m32 -mcpu=ultrasparc -Wa,-Av8plus"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN -DBN_DIV2W"),
asm_arch => 'sparcv9',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"linux64-sparcv9" => {
# GCC 3.1 is a requirement
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
cflags => add("-m64 -mcpu=ultrasparc"),
cxxflags => add("-m64 -mcpu=ultrasparc"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN"),
ex_libs => add(threads("-latomic")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'sparcv9',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
multilib => "64",
},
"linux-alpha-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "linux-generic64" ],
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'alpha',
perlasm_scheme => "void",
},
"linux-c64xplus" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
# TI_CGT_C6000_7.3.x is a requirement
CC => "cl6x",
CFLAGS => "-o2 -ox -ms",
cflags => "--linux -ea=.s -eo=.o -mv6400+ -pden",
cxxflags => "--linux -ea=.s -eo=.o -mv6400+ -pden",
cppflags => combine("-DOPENSSL_SMALL_FOOTPRINT",
threads("-D_REENTRANT")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
asm_arch => 'c64xplus',
perlasm_scheme => "void",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "linux-shared",
shared_cflag => "--pic",
shared_ldflag => add("-z --sysv --shared"),
ranlib => "true",
},
#### *BSD
"BSD-generic32" => {
# As for thread cflag. Idea is to maintain "collective" set of
# flags, which would cover all BSD flavors. -pthread applies
# to them all, but is treated differently. OpenBSD expands is
# as -D_POSIX_THREAD -lc_r, which is sufficient. FreeBSD 4.x
# expands it as -lc_r, which has to be accompanied by explicit
# -D_THREAD_SAFE and sometimes -D_REENTRANT. FreeBSD 5.x
# expands it as -lc_r, which seems to be sufficient?
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O3"),
cflags => threads("-pthread"),
cppflags => threads("-D_THREAD_SAFE -D_REENTRANT"),
ex_libs => add(threads("-pthread")),
enable => add("devcryptoeng"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "bsd-gcc-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
},
"BSD-generic64" => {
inherit_from => [ "BSD-generic32" ],
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
},
"BSD-x86" => {
inherit_from => [ "BSD-generic32" ],
CFLAGS => add(picker(release => "-fomit-frame-pointer")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "a.out",
},
"BSD-x86-elf" => {
inherit_from => [ "BSD-x86" ],
perlasm_scheme => "elf",
},
"BSD-sparcv8" => {
inherit_from => [ "BSD-generic32" ],
cflags => add("-mcpu=v8"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN"),
asm_arch => 'sparcv8',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"BSD-sparc64" => {
# -DMD32_REG_T=int doesn't actually belong in sparc64 target, it
# simply *happens* to work around a compiler bug in gcc 3.3.3,
# triggered by RIPEMD160 code.
inherit_from => [ "BSD-generic64" ],
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN -DMD32_REG_T=int"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
asm_arch => 'sparcv9',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"BSD-ia64" => {
inherit_from => [ "BSD-generic64" ],
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'ia64',
perlasm_scheme => 'void',
},
"BSD-x86_64" => {
inherit_from => [ "BSD-generic64" ],
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "elf",
},
"bsdi-elf-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => "-fomit-frame-pointer -O3 -Wall",
lib_cppflags => "-DPERL5 -DL_ENDIAN",
ex_libs => add("-ldl"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "elf",
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "bsd-gcc-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
},
#### SCO/Caldera targets.
#
# Originally we had like unixware-*, unixware-*-pentium, unixware-*-p6, etc.
# Now we only have blended unixware-* as it's the only one used by ./config.
# If you want to optimize for particular microarchitecture, bypass ./config
# and './Configure unixware-7 -Kpentium_pro' or whatever appropriate.
# Note that not all targets include assembler support. Mostly because of
# lack of motivation to support out-of-date platforms with out-of-date
# compiler drivers and assemblers.
#
# UnixWare 2.0x fails destest with -O.
"unixware-2.0" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "cc",
cflags => threads("-Kthread"),
lib_cppflags => "-DFILIO_H -DNO_STRINGS_H",
ex_libs => add("-lsocket -lnsl -lresolv -lx"),
thread_scheme => "uithreads",
},
"unixware-2.1" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => "-O",
cflags => threads("-Kthread"),
lib_cppflags => "-DFILIO_H",
ex_libs => add("-lsocket -lnsl -lresolv -lx"),
thread_scheme => "uithreads",
},
"unixware-7" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => "-O",
cflags => combine("-Kalloca", threads("-Kthread")),
lib_cppflags => "-DFILIO_H",
ex_libs => add("-lsocket -lnsl"),
thread_scheme => "uithreads",
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "elf-1",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "svr5-shared",
shared_cflag => "-Kpic",
},
"unixware-7-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => "-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer -Wall",
cppflags => add(threads("-D_REENTRANT")),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN -DFILIO_H"),
ex_libs => add("-lsocket -lnsl"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "elf-1",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "gnu-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
},
# SCO 5 - Ben Laurie says the -O breaks the SCO cc.
"sco5-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
cc => "cc",
cflags => "-belf",
ex_libs => add("-lsocket -lnsl"),
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "elf-1",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "svr3-shared",
shared_cflag => "-Kpic",
},
"sco5-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
cc => "gcc",
cflags => "-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer",
ex_libs => add("-lsocket -lnsl"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "elf-1",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "svr3-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
},
#### IBM's AIX.
# Below targets assume AIX >=5. Caveat lector. If you are accustomed
# to control compilation "bitness" by setting $OBJECT_MODE environment
# variable, then you should know that in OpenSSL case it's considered
# only in ./config. Once configured, build procedure remains "deaf" to
# current value of $OBJECT_MODE.
"aix-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
template => 1,
sys_id => "AIX",
lib_cppflags => "-DB_ENDIAN",
lflags => "-Wl,-bsvr4",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "aix",
module_ldflags => "-Wl,-G,-bsymbolic,-bnoentry",
shared_ldflag => "-Wl,-G,-bsymbolic,-bnoentry",
shared_defflag => "-Wl,-bE:",
shared_fipsflag => "-Wl,-binitfini:_init:_cleanup",
perl_platform => 'AIX',
},
"aix-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "aix-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O"),
cflags => add(threads("-pthread")),
ex_libs => add(threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'ppc32',
perlasm_scheme => "aix32",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared -static-libgcc"),
AR => add("-X32"),
RANLIB => add("-X32"),
},
"aix64-gcc" => {
inherit_from => [ "aix-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O"),
cflags => combine("-maix64", threads("-pthread")),
ex_libs => add(threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'ppc64',
perlasm_scheme => "aix64",
shared_ldflag => add_before("-shared -static-libgcc"),
shared_extension => "64.so.\$(SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER)",
AR => add("-X64"),
RANLIB => add("-X64"),
},
"aix64-gcc-as" => {
inherit_from => [ "aix64-gcc" ],
perlasm_scheme => "aix64-as",
},
"aix-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "aix-common" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O"),
cflags => combine("-q32 -qmaxmem=16384 -qro -qroconst",
threads("-qthreaded")),
cppflags => threads("-D_THREAD_SAFE"),
ex_libs => add(threads("-lpthreads")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'ppc32',
perlasm_scheme => "aix32",
shared_cflag => "-qpic",
AR => add("-X32"),
RANLIB => add("-X32"),
},
"aix64-cc" => {
inherit_from => [ "aix-common" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-O0 -g",
release => "-O"),
cflags => combine("-q64 -qmaxmem=16384 -qro -qroconst",
threads("-qthreaded")),
cppflags => threads("-D_THREAD_SAFE"),
ex_libs => add(threads("-lpthreads")),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'ppc64',
perlasm_scheme => "aix64",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_cflag => "-qpic",
shared_extension => "64.so.\$(SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER)",
AR => add("-X64"),
RANLIB => add("-X64"),
},
# SIEMENS BS2000/OSD: an EBCDIC-based mainframe
"BS2000-OSD" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "c89",
CFLAGS => "-O",
cflags => "-XLLML -XLLMK -XL",
cppflags => "-DCHARSET_EBCDIC",
lib_cppflags => "-DB_ENDIAN",
ex_libs => add("-lsocket -lnsl"),
bn_ops => "THIRTY_TWO_BIT RC4_CHAR",
thread_scheme => "(unknown)",
},
#### Visual C targets
#
# Win64 targets, WIN64I denotes IA-64/Itanium and WIN64A - AMD64
#
# Note about /wd4090, disable warning C4090. This warning returns false
# positives in some situations. Disabling it altogether masks both
# legitimate and false cases, but as we compile on multiple platforms,
# we rely on other compilers to catch legitimate cases.
#
# Also note that we force threads no matter what. Configuring "no-threads"
# is ignored.
#
# UNICODE is defined in VC-common and applies to all targets. It used to
# be an opt-in option for VC-WIN32, but not anymore. The original reason
# was because ANSI API was *native* system interface for no longer
# supported Windows 9x. Keep in mind that UNICODE only affects how
# OpenSSL libraries interact with underlying OS, it doesn't affect API
# that OpenSSL presents to application.
"VC-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_Windows" ],
template => 1,
CC => "cl",
CPP => '"$(CC)" /EP /C',
CFLAGS => "/W3 /wd4090 /nologo",
coutflag => "/Fo",
LD => "link",
LDFLAGS => "/nologo /debug",
ldoutflag => "/out:",
ldpostoutflag => "",
ld_resp_delim => "\n",
bin_lflags => "setargv.obj",
makedepcmd => '"$(CC)" /Zs /showIncludes',
makedep_scheme => 'VC',
AR => "lib",
ARFLAGS => "/nologo",
aroutflag => "/out:",
ar_resp_delim => "\n",
RC => "rc",
rcoutflag => "/fo",
defines => add("OPENSSL_SYS_WIN32", "WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN",
"UNICODE", "_UNICODE",
"_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE",
"_WINSOCK_DEPRECATED_NO_WARNINGS"),
lib_cflags => add("/Zi /Fdossl_static.pdb"),
lib_defines => add("L_ENDIAN"),
dso_cflags => "/Zi /Fddso.pdb",
bin_cflags => "/Zi /Fdapp.pdb",
# def_flag made to empty string so a .def file gets generated
shared_defflag => '',
shared_ldflag => "/dll",
shared_target => "win-shared", # meaningless except it gives Configure a hint
lddefflag => "/def:",
ldresflag => " ",
ld_implib_flag => "/implib:",
thread_scheme => "winthreads",
dso_scheme => "win32",
perl_platform => 'Windows::MSVC',
# additional parameter to build_scheme denotes install-path "flavour"
build_scheme => add("VC-common", { separator => undef }),
},
"VC-noCE-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "VC-common" ],
template => 1,
CFLAGS => add(picker(debug => '/Od',
release => '/O2')),
cflags => add(picker(default => '/Gs0 /GF /Gy',
debug =>
sub {
($disabled{shared} ? "" : "/MDd");
},
release =>
sub {
($disabled{shared} ? "" : "/MD");
})),
defines => add(picker(default => [], # works as type cast
debug => [ "DEBUG", "_DEBUG" ])),
lib_cflags => add(sub { $disabled{shared} ? "/MT /Zl" : () }),
# Following might/should appears controversial, i.e. defining
# /MDd without evaluating $disabled{shared}. It works in
# non-shared build because static library is compiled with /Zl
# and bares no reference to specific RTL. And it works in
# shared build because multiple /MDd options are not prohibited.
# But why /MDd in static build? Well, basically this is just a
# reference point, which allows to catch eventual errors that
# would prevent those who want to wrap OpenSSL into own .DLL.
# Why not /MD in release build then? Well, some are likely to
# prefer [non-debug] openssl.exe to be free from Micorosoft RTL
# redistributable.
bin_cflags => add(picker(debug => "/MDd",
release => sub { $disabled{shared} ? "/MT" : () },
)),
bin_lflags => add("/subsystem:console /opt:ref"),
ex_libs => add(sub {
my @ex_libs = ();
push @ex_libs, 'ws2_32.lib' unless $disabled{sock};
push @ex_libs, 'gdi32.lib advapi32.lib crypt32.lib user32.lib';
return join(" ", @ex_libs);
}),
},
"VC-WIN64-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "VC-noCE-common" ],
template => 1,
ex_libs => add(sub {
my @ex_libs = ();
push @ex_libs, 'bufferoverflowu.lib' if (`cl 2>&1` =~ /14\.00\.4[0-9]{4}\./);
return join(" ", @_, @ex_libs);
}),
bn_ops => add("SIXTY_FOUR_BIT"),
},
"VC-WIN64I" => {
inherit_from => [ "VC-WIN64-common" ],
AS => "ias",
ASFLAGS => "-d debug",
asoutflag => "-o ",
sys_id => "WIN64I",
uplink_arch => 'ia64',
asm_arch => 'ia64',
perlasm_scheme => "ias",
multilib => "-ia64",
},
"VC-WIN64A" => {
inherit_from => [ "VC-WIN64-common" ],
AS => sub { vc_win64a_info()->{AS} },
ASFLAGS => sub { vc_win64a_info()->{ASFLAGS} },
asoutflag => sub { vc_win64a_info()->{asoutflag} },
asflags => sub { vc_win64a_info()->{asflags} },
sys_id => "WIN64A",
uplink_arch => 'x86_64',
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "auto",
multilib => "-x64",
},
"VC-WIN32" => {
inherit_from => [ "VC-noCE-common" ],
AS => sub { vc_win32_info()->{AS} },
ASFLAGS => sub { vc_win32_info()->{ASFLAGS} },
asoutflag => sub { vc_win32_info()->{asoutflag} },
asflags => sub { vc_win32_info()->{asflags} },
sys_id => "WIN32",
bn_ops => add("BN_LLONG"),
uplink_arch => 'common',
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => sub { vc_win32_info()->{perlasm_scheme} },
# "WOW" stands for "Windows on Windows", and "VC-WOW" engages
# some installation path heuristics in windows-makefile.tmpl...
build_scheme => add("VC-WOW", { separator => undef }),
},
"VC-CE" => {
inherit_from => [ "VC-common" ],
CFLAGS => add(picker(debug => "/Od",
release => "/O1i")),
CPPDEFINES => picker(debug => [ "DEBUG", "_DEBUG" ]),
LDFLAGS => add("/nologo /opt:ref"),
cflags =>
combine('/GF /Gy',
sub { vc_wince_info()->{cflags}; },
sub { `cl 2>&1` =~ /Version ([0-9]+)\./ && $1>=14
? ($disabled{shared} ? " /MT" : " /MD")
: " /MC"; }),
cppflags => sub { vc_wince_info()->{cppflags}; },
lib_defines => add("NO_CHMOD", "OPENSSL_SMALL_FOOTPRINT"),
lib_cppflags => sub { vc_wince_info()->{cppflags}; },
includes =>
add(combine(sub { defined(env('WCECOMPAT'))
? '$(WCECOMPAT)/include' : (); },
sub { defined(env('PORTSDK_LIBPATH'))
? '$(PORTSDK_LIBPATH)/../../include'
: (); })),
lflags => add(combine(sub { vc_wince_info()->{lflags}; },
sub { defined(env('PORTSDK_LIBPATH'))
? "/entry:mainCRTstartup" : (); })),
sys_id => "WINCE",
bn_ops => add("BN_LLONG"),
ex_libs => add(sub {
my @ex_libs = ();
push @ex_libs, 'ws2.lib' unless $disabled{sock};
push @ex_libs, 'crypt32.lib';
if (defined(env('WCECOMPAT'))) {
my $x = '$(WCECOMPAT)/lib';
if (-f "$x/env('TARGETCPU')/wcecompatex.lib") {
$x .= '/$(TARGETCPU)/wcecompatex.lib';
} else {
$x .= '/wcecompatex.lib';
}
push @ex_libs, $x;
}
push @ex_libs, '$(PORTSDK_LIBPATH)/portlib.lib'
if (defined(env('PORTSDK_LIBPATH')));
push @ex_libs, '/nodefaultlib coredll.lib corelibc.lib'
if (env('TARGETCPU') =~ /^X86|^ARMV4[IT]/);
return join(" ", @ex_libs);
}),
},
#### MinGW
"mingw-common" => {
inherit_from => [ 'BASE_unix' ],
template => 1,
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-g -O0",
release => "-O3"),
cppflags => combine("-DUNICODE -D_UNICODE -DWIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN",
threads("-D_MT")),
lib_cppflags => "-DL_ENDIAN",
ex_libs => add("-lws2_32 -lgdi32 -lcrypt32"),
thread_scheme => "winthreads",
dso_scheme => "win32",
shared_target => "mingw-shared",
shared_cppflags => add("_WINDLL"),
shared_ldflag => "-static-libgcc",
perl_platform => 'mingw',
},
"mingw" => {
inherit_from => [ "mingw-common" ],
CFLAGS => add(picker(release => "-fomit-frame-pointer")),
cflags => "-m32",
sys_id => "MINGW32",
bn_ops => add("BN_LLONG"),
asm_arch => 'x86',
uplink_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "coff",
shared_rcflag => "--target=pe-i386",
multilib => "",
},
"mingw64" => {
# As for uplink_arch. Applink makes it possible to use
# .dll compiled with one compiler with application compiled with
# another compiler. It's possible to engage Applink support in
# mingw64 build, but it's not done, because until mingw64
# supports structured exception handling, one can't seriously
# consider its binaries for using with non-mingw64 run-time
# environment. And as mingw64 is always consistent with itself,
# Applink is never engaged and can as well be omitted.
inherit_from => [ "mingw-common" ],
cflags => "-m64",
sys_id => "MINGW64",
bn_ops => add("SIXTY_FOUR_BIT"),
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
uplink_arch => undef,
perlasm_scheme => "mingw64",
shared_rcflag => "--target=pe-x86-64",
multilib => "64",
},
#### UEFI
"UEFI" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => "-O",
lib_cppflags => "-DL_ENDIAN",
sys_id => "UEFI",
},
"UEFI-x86" => {
inherit_from => [ "UEFI" ],
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "win32n",
},
"UEFI-x86_64" => {
inherit_from => [ "UEFI" ],
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "nasm",
},
#### UWIN
"UWIN" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => "-O -Wall",
lib_cppflags => "-DTERMIOS -DL_ENDIAN",
sys_id => "UWIN",
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
dso_scheme => "win32",
},
#### Cygwin
"Cygwin-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
template => 1,
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => picker(default => "-Wall",
debug => "-g -O0",
release => "-O3"),
lib_cppflags => "-DTERMIOS -DL_ENDIAN",
sys_id => "CYGWIN",
thread_scheme => "pthread",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "cygwin-shared",
shared_cppflags => "-D_WINDLL",
perl_platform => 'Cygwin',
},
"Cygwin-x86" => {
inherit_from => [ "Cygwin-common" ],
CFLAGS => add(picker(release => "-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "coff",
},
"Cygwin-x86_64" => {
inherit_from => [ "Cygwin-common" ],
CC => "gcc",
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "mingw64",
},
# Backward compatibility for those using this target
"Cygwin" => {
inherit_from => [ "Cygwin-x86" ]
},
# In case someone constructs the Cygwin target name themself
"Cygwin-i386" => {
inherit_from => [ "Cygwin-x86" ]
},
"Cygwin-i486" => {
inherit_from => [ "Cygwin-x86" ]
},
"Cygwin-i586" => {
inherit_from => [ "Cygwin-x86" ]
},
"Cygwin-i686" => {
inherit_from => [ "Cygwin-x86" ]
},
##### MacOS X (a.k.a. Darwin) setup
"darwin-common" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
template => 1,
CC => "cc",
CFLAGS => picker(debug => "-g -O0",
release => "-O3"),
cppflags => threads("-D_REENTRANT"),
lflags => add("-Wl,-search_paths_first"),
sys_id => "MACOSX",
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
perlasm_scheme => "osx32",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
ranlib => "ranlib -c",
shared_target => "darwin-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
shared_extension => ".\$(SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER).dylib",
},
# Option "freeze" such as -std=gnu9x can't negatively interfere
# with future defaults for below two targets, because MacOS X
# for PPC has no future, it was discontinued by vendor in 2009.
"darwin-ppc-cc" => { inherit_from => [ "darwin-ppc" ] }, # Historic alias
"darwin-ppc" => {
inherit_from => [ "darwin-common" ],
cflags => add("-arch ppc -std=gnu9x -Wa,-force_cpusubtype_ALL"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN"),
shared_cflag => add("-fno-common"),
asm_arch => 'ppc32',
perlasm_scheme => "osx32",
},
"darwin64-ppc-cc" => { inherit_from => [ "darwin64-ppc" ] }, # Historic alias
"darwin64-ppc" => {
inherit_from => [ "darwin-common" ],
cflags => add("-arch ppc64 -std=gnu9x"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DB_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG RC4_CHAR",
asm_arch => 'ppc64',
perlasm_scheme => "osx64",
},
"darwin-i386-cc" => { inherit_from => [ "darwin-i386" ] }, # Historic alias
"darwin-i386" => {
inherit_from => [ "darwin-common" ],
CFLAGS => add(picker(release => "-fomit-frame-pointer")),
cflags => add("-arch i386"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG RC4_INT",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => "macosx",
},
"darwin64-x86_64-cc" => { inherit_from => [ "darwin64-x86_64" ] }, # Historic alias
"darwin64-x86_64" => {
inherit_from => [ "darwin-common" ],
CFLAGS => add("-Wall"),
cflags => add("-arch x86_64"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'x86_64',
perlasm_scheme => "macosx",
},
"darwin64-arm64-cc" => { inherit_from => [ "darwin64-arm64" ] }, # "Historic" alias
"darwin64-arm64" => {
inherit_from => [ "darwin-common" ],
CFLAGS => add("-Wall"),
cflags => add("-arch arm64"),
lib_cppflags => add("-DL_ENDIAN"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
asm_arch => 'aarch64',
perlasm_scheme => "ios64",
},
##### GNU Hurd
"hurd-x86" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "gcc",
CFLAGS => "-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer -Wall",
cflags => threads("-pthread"),
lib_cppflags => "-DL_ENDIAN",
ex_libs => add("-ldl", threads("-pthread")),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
asm_arch => 'x86',
perlasm_scheme => 'elf',
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => "dlfcn",
shared_target => "linux-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
},
##### VxWorks for various targets
"vxworks-ppc60x" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "ccppc",
CFLAGS => "-O2 -Wall -fstrength-reduce",
cflags => "-mrtp -mhard-float -mstrict-align -fno-implicit-fp -fno-builtin -fno-strict-aliasing",
cppflags => combine("-D_REENTRANT -DPPC32_fp60x -DCPU=PPC32",
"_DTOOL_FAMILY=gnu -DTOOL=gnu",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/usr/h",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/usr/h/wrn/coreip"),
sys_id => "VXWORKS",
lflags => add("-L \$(WIND_BASE)/target/usr/lib/ppc/PPC32/common"),
ex_libs => add("-Wl,--defsym,__wrs_rtp_base=0xe0000000"),
},
"vxworks-ppcgen" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "ccppc",
CFLAGS => "-O1 -Wall",
cflags => "-mrtp -msoft-float -mstrict-align -fno-builtin -fno-strict-aliasing",
cppflags => combine("-D_REENTRANT -DPPC32 -DCPU=PPC32",
"-DTOOL_FAMILY=gnu -DTOOL=gnu",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/usr/h",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/usr/h/wrn/coreip"),
sys_id => "VXWORKS",
lflags => add("-L \$(WIND_BASE)/target/usr/lib/ppc/PPC32/sfcommon"),
ex_libs => add("-Wl,--defsym,__wrs_rtp_base=0xe0000000"),
},
"vxworks-ppc405" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "ccppc",
CFLAGS => "-g",
cflags => "-msoft-float -mlongcall",
cppflags => combine("-D_REENTRANT -DPPC32 -DCPU=PPC405",
"-DTOOL_FAMILY=gnu -DTOOL=gnu",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/h"),
sys_id => "VXWORKS",
lflags => add("-r"),
},
"vxworks-ppc750" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "ccppc",
CFLAGS => "-ansi -fvolatile -Wall \$(DEBUG_FLAG)",
cflags => "-nostdinc -fno-builtin -fno-for-scope -fsigned-char -msoft-float -mlongcall",
cppflags => combine("-DPPC750 -D_REENTRANT -DCPU=PPC604",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/h"),
sys_id => "VXWORKS",
lflags => add("-r"),
},
"vxworks-ppc750-debug" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "ccppc",
CFLAGS => "-ansi -fvolatile -Wall -g",
cflags => "-nostdinc -fno-builtin -fno-for-scope -fsigned-char -msoft-float -mlongcall",
cppflags => combine("-DPPC750 -D_REENTRANT -DCPU=PPC604",
"-DPEDANTIC -DDEBUG",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/h"),
sys_id => "VXWORKS",
lflags => add("-r"),
},
"vxworks-ppc860" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "ccppc",
cflags => "-nostdinc -msoft-float",
cppflags => combine("-DCPU=PPC860 -DNO_STRINGS_H",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/h"),
sys_id => "VXWORKS",
lflags => add("-r"),
},
"vxworks-simlinux" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "ccpentium",
cflags => "-B\$(WIND_BASE)/host/\$(WIND_HOST_TYPE)/lib/gcc-lib/ -fno-builtin -fno-defer-pop",
cppflags => combine("-D_VSB_CONFIG_FILE=\"\$(WIND_BASE)/target/lib/h/config/vsbConfig.h\"",
"-DL_ENDIAN -DCPU=SIMLINUX -DNO_STRINGS_H",
"-DTOOL_FAMILY=gnu -DTOOL=gnu",
"-DOPENSSL_NO_HW_PADLOCK",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/h",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/h/wrn/coreip"),
sys_id => "VXWORKS",
lflags => add("-r"),
ranlib => "ranlibpentium",
},
"vxworks-mips" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => "ccmips",
CFLAGS => "-O -G 0",
cflags => "-mrtp -mips2 -B\$(WIND_BASE)/host/\$(WIND_HOST_TYPE)/lib/gcc-lib/ -msoft-float -mno-branch-likely -fno-builtin -fno-defer-pop",
cppflags => combine("-D_VSB_CONFIG_FILE=\"\$(WIND_BASE)/target/lib/h/config/vsbConfig.h\"",
"-DCPU=MIPS32 -DNO_STRINGS_H",
"-DTOOL_FAMILY=gnu -DTOOL=gnu",
"-DOPENSSL_NO_HW_PADLOCK",
threads("-D_REENTRANT"),
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/h",
"-I\$(WIND_BASE)/target/h/wrn/coreip"),
sys_id => "VXWORKS",
lflags => add("-L \$(WIND_BASE)/target/usr/lib/mips/MIPSI32/sfcommon"),
ex_libs => add("-Wl,--defsym,__wrs_rtp_base=0xe0000000"),
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
asm_arch => 'mips32',
perlasm_scheme => "o32",
ranlib => "ranlibmips",
},
#### uClinux
"uClinux-dist" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => sub { env('CC') },
cppflags => threads("-D_REENTRANT"),
ex_libs => add("\$(LDLIBS)"),
bn_ops => "BN_LLONG",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => sub { env('LIBSSL_dlfcn') },
shared_target => "linux-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
ranlib => sub { env('RANLIB') },
},
"uClinux-dist64" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_unix" ],
CC => sub { env('CC') },
cppflags => threads("-D_REENTRANT"),
ex_libs => add("\$(LDLIBS)"),
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
dso_scheme => sub { env('LIBSSL_dlfcn') },
shared_target => "linux-shared",
shared_cflag => "-fPIC",
ranlib => sub { env('RANLIB') },
},
##### VMS
# Most things happen in vms-generic.
# Note that vms_info extracts the pointer size from the end of
# the target name, and will assume that anything matching /-p\d+$/
# indicates the pointer size setting for the desired target.
"vms-generic" => {
inherit_from => [ "BASE_VMS" ],
template => 1,
CC => "CC/DECC",
CPP => '$(CC)/PREPROCESS_ONLY=SYS$OUTPUT:',
CFLAGS =>
combine(picker(default => "/STANDARD=(ISOC94,RELAXED)/NOLIST/PREFIX=ALL",
debug => "/NOOPTIMIZE/DEBUG",
release => "/OPTIMIZE/NODEBUG"),
sub { my @warnings =
@{vms_info()->{disable_warns}};
@warnings
? "/WARNINGS=DISABLE=(".join(",",@warnings).")" : (); }),
cflag_incfirst => '/FIRST_INCLUDE=',
lib_defines =>
add("OPENSSL_USE_NODELETE",
sub {
return vms_info()->{def_zlib}
? "LIBZ=\"\"\"".vms_info()->{def_zlib}."\"\"\"" : ();
}),
lflags => picker(default => "/MAP='F\$PARSE(\".MAP\",\"\$\@\")'",
debug => "/DEBUG/TRACEBACK",
release => "/NODEBUG/NOTRACEBACK"),
# Because of dso_cflags below, we can't set the generic |cflags| here,
# as it can't be overridden, so we set separate C flags for libraries
# and binaries instead.
bin_cflags => add("/NAMES=(AS_IS,SHORTENED)/EXTERN_MODEL=STRICT_REFDEF"),
lib_cflags => add("/NAMES=(AS_IS,SHORTENED)/EXTERN_MODEL=STRICT_REFDEF"),
# Strictly speaking, DSOs should not need to have name shortening,
# as all their exported symbols should be short enough to fit the
# linker's 31 character per symbol name limit. However, providers
# may be composed of more than one object file, and internal symbols
# may and do surpass the 31 character limit.
dso_cflags => add("/NAMES=(SHORTENED)"),
ex_libs => add(sub { return vms_info()->{zlib} || (); }),
shared_target => "vms-shared",
# def_flag made to empty string so a .opt file gets generated
shared_defflag => '',
dso_scheme => "vms",
thread_scheme => "pthreads",
makedep_scheme => 'VMS C',
AS => sub { vms_info()->{AS} },
ASFLAGS => sub { vms_info()->{ASFLAGS} },
asoutflag => sub { vms_info()->{asoutflag} },
asflags => sub { vms_info()->{asflags} },
perlasm_scheme => sub { vms_info()->{perlasm_scheme} },
disable => add('pinshared', 'loadereng'),
},
# From HELP CC/POINTER_SIZE:
#
# ----------
# LONG[=ARGV] The compiler assumes 64-bit pointers. If the ARGV option to
# LONG or 64 is present, the main argument argv will be an
# array of long pointers instead of an array of short pointers.
#
# 64[=ARGV] Same as LONG.
# ----------
#
# We don't want the hassle of dealing with 32-bit pointers with argv, so
# we force it to have 64-bit pointers, see the added cflags in the -p64
# config targets below.
"vms-alpha" => {
inherit_from => [ "vms-generic" ],
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT RC4_INT",
pointer_size => "",
},
"vms-alpha-p32" => {
inherit_from => [ "vms-alpha" ],
cflags => add("/POINTER_SIZE=32"),
pointer_size => "32",
},
"vms-alpha-p64" => {
inherit_from => [ "vms-alpha" ],
cflags => add("/POINTER_SIZE=64=ARGV"),
pointer_size => "64",
},
"vms-ia64" => {
inherit_from => [ "vms-generic" ],
bn_ops => "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT RC4_INT",
asm_arch => sub { vms_info()->{AS} ? 'ia64' : undef },
perlasm_scheme => 'ias',
pointer_size => "",
},
"vms-ia64-p32" => {
inherit_from => [ "vms-ia64" ],
cflags => add("/POINTER_SIZE=32"),
pointer_size => "32",
},
"vms-ia64-p64" => {
inherit_from => [ "vms-ia64" ],
cflags => add("/POINTER_SIZE=64=ARGV"),
pointer_size => "64",
},
);