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#! /usr/bin/env perl
# -*- mode: perl; -*-
# Copyright 2016-2020 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License 2.0 (the "License"). You may not use
# this file except in compliance with the License. You can obtain a copy
# in the file LICENSE in the source distribution or at
# https://www.openssl.org/source/license.html
## Configure -- OpenSSL source tree configuration script
use 5.10.0;
use strict;
use Config;
use FindBin;
use lib "$FindBin::Bin/util/perl";
use File::Basename;
use File::Spec::Functions qw/:DEFAULT abs2rel rel2abs splitdir/;
use File::Path qw/mkpath/;
use OpenSSL::fallback "$FindBin::Bin/external/perl/MODULES.txt";
use OpenSSL::Glob;
use OpenSSL::Template;
use OpenSSL::config;
# see INSTALL.md for instructions.
my $orig_death_handler = $SIG{__DIE__};
$SIG{__DIE__} = \&death_handler;
my $usage="Usage: Configure [no-<cipher> ...] [enable-<cipher> ...] [-Dxxx] [-lxxx] [-Lxxx] [-fxxx] [-Kxxx] [no-hw-xxx|no-hw] [[no-]threads] [[no-]shared] [[no-]zlib|zlib-dynamic] [no-asm] [no-egd] [sctp] [386] [--prefix=DIR] [--openssldir=OPENSSLDIR] [--with-xxx[=vvv]] [--config=FILE] os/compiler[:flags]\n";
# Options:
#
# --config add the given configuration file, which will be read after
# any "Configurations*" files that are found in the same
# directory as this script.
# --prefix prefix for the OpenSSL installation, which includes the
# directories bin, lib, include, share/man, share/doc/openssl
# This becomes the value of INSTALLTOP in Makefile
# (Default: /usr/local)
# --openssldir OpenSSL data area, such as openssl.cnf, certificates and keys.
# If it's a relative directory, it will be added on the directory
# given with --prefix.
# This becomes the value of OPENSSLDIR in Makefile and in C.
# (Default: PREFIX/ssl)
#
# --cross-compile-prefix Add specified prefix to binutils components.
#
# --api One of 0.9.8, 1.0.0, 1.0.1, 1.0.2, 1.1.0, 1.1.1, or 3.0
# Define the public APIs as they were for that version
# including patch releases. If 'no-deprecated' is also
# given, do not compile support for interfaces deprecated
# up to and including the specified OpenSSL version.
#
# no-hw-xxx do not compile support for specific crypto hardware.
# Generic OpenSSL-style methods relating to this support
# are always compiled but return NULL if the hardware
# support isn't compiled.
# no-hw do not compile support for any crypto hardware.
# [no-]threads [don't] try to create a library that is suitable for
# multithreaded applications (default is "threads" if we
# know how to do it)
# [no-]shared [don't] try to create shared libraries when supported.
# [no-]pic [don't] try to build position independent code when supported.
# If disabled, it also disables shared and dynamic-engine.
# no-asm do not use assembler
# no-egd do not compile support for the entropy-gathering daemon APIs
# [no-]zlib [don't] compile support for zlib compression.
# zlib-dynamic Like "zlib", but the zlib library is expected to be a shared
# library and will be loaded in run-time by the OpenSSL library.
# sctp include SCTP support
# no-uplink Don't build support for UPLINK interface.
# enable-weak-ssl-ciphers
# Enable weak ciphers that are disabled by default.
# 386 generate 80386 code in assembly modules
# no-sse2 disables IA-32 SSE2 code in assembly modules, the above
# mentioned '386' option implies this one
# no-<cipher> build without specified algorithm (rsa, idea, rc5, ...)
# -<xxx> +<xxx> All options which are unknown to the 'Configure' script are
# /<xxx> passed through to the compiler. Unix-style options beginning
# with a '-' or '+' are recognized, as well as Windows-style
# options beginning with a '/'. If the option contains arguments
# separated by spaces, then the URL-style notation %20 can be
# used for the space character in order to avoid having to quote
# the option. For example, -opt%20arg gets expanded to -opt arg.
# In fact, any ASCII character can be encoded as %xx using its
# hexadecimal encoding.
# -static while -static is also a pass-through compiler option (and
# as such is limited to environments where it's actually
# meaningful), it triggers a number configuration options,
# namely no-pic, no-shared and no-threads. It is
# argued that the only reason to produce statically linked
# binaries (and in context it means executables linked with
# -static flag, and not just executables linked with static
# libcrypto.a) is to eliminate dependency on specific run-time,
# a.k.a. libc version. The mentioned config options are meant
# to achieve just that. Unfortunately on Linux it's impossible
# to eliminate the dependency completely for openssl executable
# because of getaddrinfo and gethostbyname calls, which can
# invoke dynamically loadable library facility anyway to meet
# the lookup requests. For this reason on Linux statically
# linked openssl executable has rather debugging value than
# production quality.
#
# BN_LLONG use the type 'long long' in crypto/bn/bn.h
# RC4_CHAR use 'char' instead of 'int' for RC4_INT in crypto/rc4/rc4.h
# Following are set automatically by this script
#
# MD5_ASM use some extra md5 assembler,
# SHA1_ASM use some extra sha1 assembler, must define L_ENDIAN for x86
# RMD160_ASM use some extra ripemd160 assembler,
# SHA256_ASM sha256_block is implemented in assembler
# SHA512_ASM sha512_block is implemented in assembler
# AES_ASM AES_[en|de]crypt is implemented in assembler
# Minimum warning options... any contributions to OpenSSL should at least
# get past these. Note that we only use these with C compilers, not with
# C++ compilers.
# DEBUG_UNUSED enables __owur (warn unused result) checks.
# -DPEDANTIC complements -pedantic and is meant to mask code that
# is not strictly standard-compliant and/or implementation-specific,
# e.g. inline assembly, disregards to alignment requirements, such
# that -pedantic would complain about. Incidentally -DPEDANTIC has
# to be used even in sanitized builds, because sanitizer too is
# supposed to and does take notice of non-standard behaviour. Then
# -pedantic with pre-C9x compiler would also complain about 'long
# long' not being supported. As 64-bit algorithms are common now,
# it grew impossible to resolve this without sizeable additional
# code, so we just tell compiler to be pedantic about everything
# but 'long long' type.
my @gcc_devteam_warn = qw(
-DDEBUG_UNUSED
-DPEDANTIC -pedantic -Wno-long-long
-Wall
-Wextra
-Wno-unused-parameter
-Wno-missing-field-initializers
-Wswitch
-Wsign-compare
-Wshadow
-Wformat
-Wtype-limits
-Wundef
-Werror
-Wmissing-prototypes
-Wstrict-prototypes
);
# These are used in addition to $gcc_devteam_warn when the compiler is clang.
# TODO(openssl-team): fix problems and investigate if (at least) the
# following warnings can also be enabled:
# -Wcast-align
# -Wunreachable-code -- no, too ugly/compiler-specific
# -Wlanguage-extension-token -- no, we use asm()
# -Wunused-macros -- no, too tricky for BN and _XOPEN_SOURCE etc
# -Wextended-offsetof -- no, needed in CMS ASN1 code
my @clang_devteam_warn = qw(
-Wno-unknown-warning-option
-Wswitch-default
-Wno-parentheses-equality
-Wno-language-extension-token
-Wno-extended-offsetof
-Wconditional-uninitialized
-Wincompatible-pointer-types-discards-qualifiers
-Wmissing-variable-declarations
);
my @cl_devteam_warn = qw(
/WX
);
my $strict_warnings = 0;
# As for $BSDthreads. 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?
our $BSDthreads="-pthread -D_THREAD_SAFE -D_REENTRANT";
#
# API compatibility name to version number mapping.
#
my $apitable = {
# This table expresses when API additions or changes can occur.
# The numbering used changes from 3.0 and on because we updated
# (solidified) our version numbering scheme at that point.
# From 3.0 and on, we internalise the given version number in dedcimal
# as MAJOR * 10000 + MINOR * 100 + 0
"3.0.0" => 30000,
"3.0" => 30000,
# Note that before 3.0, we didn't have the same version number scheme.
# Still, the numbering we use here covers what we need.
"1.1.1" => 10101,
"1.1.0" => 10100,
"1.0.2" => 10002,
"1.0.1" => 10001,
"1.0.0" => 10000,
"0.9.8" => 908,
};
# For OpenSSL::config::get_platform
my %guess_opts = ();
my $dryrun = 0;
our %table = ();
our %config = ();
our %withargs = ();
our $now_printing; # set to current entry's name in print_table_entry
# (todo: right thing would be to encapsulate name
# into %target [class] and make print_table_entry
# a method)
# Forward declarations ###############################################
# read_config(filename)
#
# Reads a configuration file and populates %table with the contents
# (which the configuration file places in %targets).
sub read_config;
# resolve_config(target)
#
# Resolves all the late evaluations, inheritances and so on for the
# chosen target and any target it inherits from.
sub resolve_config;
# Information collection #############################################
# Unified build supports separate build dir
my $srcdir = catdir(absolutedir(dirname($0))); # catdir ensures local syntax
my $blddir = catdir(absolutedir(".")); # catdir ensures local syntax
# File::Spec::Unix doesn't detect case insensitivity, so we make sure to
# check if the source and build directory are really the same, and make
# them so. This avoids all kinds of confusion later on.
# We must check @File::Spec::ISA rather than using File::Spec->isa() to
# know if File::Spec ended up loading File::Spec::Unix.
$srcdir = $blddir
if (grep(/::Unix$/, @File::Spec::ISA)
&& samedir($srcdir, $blddir));
my $dofile = abs2rel(catfile($srcdir, "util/dofile.pl"));
my $local_config_envname = 'OPENSSL_LOCAL_CONFIG_DIR';
$config{sourcedir} = abs2rel($srcdir, $blddir);
$config{builddir} = abs2rel($blddir, $blddir);
# echo -n 'holy hand grenade of antioch' | openssl sha256
$config{FIPSKEY} =
'f4556650ac31d35461610bac4ed81b1a181b2d8a43ea2854cbae22ca74560813';
# Collect reconfiguration information if needed
my @argvcopy=@ARGV;
if (grep /^reconf(igure)?$/, @argvcopy) {
die "reconfiguring with other arguments present isn't supported"
if scalar @argvcopy > 1;
if (-f "./configdata.pm") {
my $file = "./configdata.pm";
unless (my $return = do $file) {
die "couldn't parse $file: $@" if $@;
die "couldn't do $file: $!" unless defined $return;
die "couldn't run $file" unless $return;
}
@argvcopy = defined($configdata::config{perlargv}) ?
@{$configdata::config{perlargv}} : ();
die "Incorrect data to reconfigure, please do a normal configuration\n"
if (grep(/^reconf/,@argvcopy));
$config{perlenv} = $configdata::config{perlenv} // {};
} else {
die "Insufficient data to reconfigure, please do a normal configuration\n";
}
}
$config{perlargv} = [ @argvcopy ];
# Historical: if known directories in crypto/ have been removed, it means
# that those sub-systems are disabled.
# (the other option would be to removed them from the SUBDIRS statement in
# crypto/build.info)
# We reverse the input list for cosmetic purely reasons, to compensate that
# 'unshift' adds at the front of the list (i.e. in reverse input order).
foreach ( reverse sort( 'aes', 'aria', 'bf', 'camellia', 'cast', 'des', 'dh',
'dsa', 'ec', 'hmac', 'idea', 'md2', 'md5', 'mdc2',
'rc2', 'rc4', 'rc5', 'ripemd', 'rsa', 'seed', 'sha',
'sm2', 'sm3', 'sm4') ) {
unshift @argvcopy, "no-$_" if ! -d catdir($srcdir, 'crypto', $_);
}
# Collect version numbers
my %version = ();
collect_information(
collect_from_file(catfile($srcdir,'VERSION.dat')),
qr/\s*(\w+)\s*=\s*(.*?)\s*$/ =>
sub {
# Only define it if there is a value at all
if ($2 ne '') {
my $k = $1;
my $v = $2;
# Some values are quoted. Trim the quotes
$v = $1 if $v =~ /^"(.*)"$/;
$version{uc $k} = $v;
}
},
"OTHERWISE" =>
sub { die "Something wrong with this line:\n$_\nin $srcdir/VERSION.dat" },
);
$config{major} = $version{MAJOR} // 'unknown';
$config{minor} = $version{MINOR} // 'unknown';
$config{patch} = $version{PATCH} // 'unknown';
$config{prerelease} =
defined $version{PRE_RELEASE_TAG} ? "-$version{PRE_RELEASE_TAG}" : '';
$config{build_metadata} =
defined $version{BUILD_METADATA} ? "+$version{BUILD_METADATA}" : '';
$config{shlib_version} = $version{SHLIB_VERSION} // 'unknown';
$config{release_date} = $version{RELEASE_DATE} // 'xx XXX xxxx';
$config{version} = "$config{major}.$config{minor}.$config{patch}";
$config{full_version} = "$config{version}$config{prerelease}$config{build_metadata}";
die "erroneous version information in VERSION.dat: ",
"$config{version}, $config{shlib_version}\n"
unless (defined $version{MAJOR}
&& defined $version{MINOR}
&& defined $version{PATCH}
&& defined $version{SHLIB_VERSION});
# Collect target configurations
my $pattern = catfile(dirname($0), "Configurations", "*.conf");
foreach (sort glob($pattern)) {
&read_config($_);
}
if (defined env($local_config_envname)) {
if ($^O eq 'VMS') {
# VMS environment variables are logical names,
# which can be used as is
$pattern = $local_config_envname . ':' . '*.conf';
} else {
$pattern = catfile(env($local_config_envname), '*.conf');
}
foreach (sort glob($pattern)) {
&read_config($_);
}
}
# Save away perl command information
$config{perl_cmd} = $^X;
$config{perl_version} = $Config{version};
$config{perl_archname} = $Config{archname};
$config{prefix}="";
$config{openssldir}="";
$config{processor}="";
$config{libdir}="";
my $auto_threads=1; # enable threads automatically? true by default
my $default_ranlib;
# Known TLS and DTLS protocols
my @tls = qw(ssl3 tls1 tls1_1 tls1_2 tls1_3);
my @dtls = qw(dtls1 dtls1_2);
# Explicitly known options that are possible to disable. They can
# be regexps, and will be used like this: /^no-${option}$/
# For developers: keep it sorted alphabetically
my @disablables = (
"acvp_tests",
"afalgeng",
"aria",
"asan",
"asm",
"async",
"autoalginit",
"autoerrinit",
"autoload-config",
"bf",
"blake2",
"buildtest-c++",
"camellia",
"capieng",
"cast",
"chacha",
"cmac",
"cmp",
"cms",
"comp",
"crypto-mdebug",
"ct",
"deprecated",
"des",
"devcryptoeng",
"dgram",
"dh",
"dsa",
"dso",
"dtls",
"dynamic-engine",
"ec",
"ec2m",
"ecdh",
"ecdsa",
"ec_nistp_64_gcc_128",
"egd",
"engine",
"err",
"external-tests",
"filenames",
"fips",
"fuzz-libfuzzer",
"fuzz-afl",
"gost",
"idea",
"ktls",
"legacy",
"makedepend",
"md2",
"md4",
"mdc2",
"module",
"msan",
"multiblock",
"nextprotoneg",
"pinshared",
"ocb",
"ocsp",
"padlockeng",
"pic",
"poly1305",
"posix-io",
"psk",
"rc2",
"rc4",
"rc5",
"rdrand",
"rfc3779",
"rmd160",
"scrypt",
"sctp",
"secure-memory",
"seed",
"shared",
"siphash",
"siv",
"sm2",
"sm3",
"sm4",
"sock",
"srp",
"srtp",
"sse2",
"ssl",
"ssl-trace",
"static-engine",
"stdio",
"tests",
"threads",
"tls",
"trace",
"ts",
"ubsan",
"ui-console",
"unit-test",
"uplink",
"whirlpool",
"weak-ssl-ciphers",
"zlib",
"zlib-dynamic",
);
foreach my $proto ((@tls, @dtls))
{
push(@disablables, $proto);
push(@disablables, "$proto-method") unless $proto eq "tls1_3";
}
# Internal disablables, for aliasing purposes. They serve no special
# purpose here, but allow scripts to get to know them through configdata.pm,
# where these are merged with @disablables.
# The actual aliasing mechanism is done via %disable_cascades
my @disablables_int = qw(
crmf
);
my %deprecated_disablables = (
"ssl2" => undef,
"buf-freelists" => undef,
"crypto-mdebug-backtrace" => undef,
"hw" => "hw", # causes cascade, but no macro
"hw-padlock" => "padlockeng",
"ripemd" => "rmd160",
"ui" => "ui-console",
"heartbeats" => undef,
);
# All of the following are disabled by default:
our %disabled = ( # "what" => "comment"
"asan" => "default",
"buildtest-c++" => "default",
"crypto-mdebug" => "default",
"crypto-mdebug-backtrace" => "default",
"devcryptoeng" => "default",
"ec_nistp_64_gcc_128" => "default",
"egd" => "default",
"external-tests" => "default",
"fuzz-libfuzzer" => "default",
"fuzz-afl" => "default",
"md2" => "default",
"msan" => "default",
"rc5" => "default",
"sctp" => "default",
"ssl-trace" => "default",
"ssl3" => "default",
"ssl3-method" => "default",
"trace" => "default",
"ubsan" => "default",
"unit-test" => "default",
"weak-ssl-ciphers" => "default",
"zlib" => "default",
"zlib-dynamic" => "default",
"ktls" => "default",
);
# Note: => pair form used for aesthetics, not to truly make a hash table
my @disable_cascades = (
# "what" => [ "cascade", ... ]
sub { $config{processor} eq "386" }
=> [ "sse2" ],
"ssl" => [ "ssl3" ],
"ssl3-method" => [ "ssl3" ],
"zlib" => [ "zlib-dynamic" ],
"des" => [ "mdc2" ],
"ec" => [ "ecdsa", "ecdh", "sm2", "gost" ],
sub { $disabled{"ec"} && $disabled{"dh"} }
=> [ "tls1_3" ],
"dgram" => [ "dtls", "sctp" ],
"sock" => [ "dgram" ],
"dtls" => [ @dtls ],
sub { 0 == scalar grep { !$disabled{$_} } @dtls }
=> [ "dtls" ],
"tls" => [ @tls ],
sub { 0 == scalar grep { !$disabled{$_} } @tls }
=> [ "tls" ],
"crypto-mdebug" => [ "crypto-mdebug-backtrace" ],
# If no modules, then no dynamic engines either
"module" => [ "dynamic-engine" ],
# Without shared libraries, dynamic engines aren't possible.
# This is due to them having to link with libcrypto and register features
# using the ENGINE functionality, and since that relies on global tables,
# those *have* to be exacty the same as the ones accessed from the app,
# which cannot be guaranteed if shared libraries aren't present.
# (note that even with shared libraries, both the app and dynamic engines
# must be linked with the same library)
"shared" => [ "dynamic-engine", "uplink" ],
"dso" => [ "dynamic-engine", "module" ],
# Other modules don't necessarily have to link with libcrypto, so shared
# libraries do not have to be a condition to produce those.
# Without position independent code, there can be no shared libraries
# or modules.
"pic" => [ "shared", "module" ],
"module" => [ "fips" ],
"engine" => [ grep /eng$/, @disablables ],
"hw" => [ "padlockeng" ],
# no-autoalginit is only useful when building non-shared
"autoalginit" => [ "shared", "apps" ],
"stdio" => [ "apps", "capieng", "egd" ],
"apps" => [ "tests" ],
"tests" => [ "external-tests" ],
"comp" => [ "zlib" ],
"sm3" => [ "sm2" ],
sub { !$disabled{"unit-test"} } => [ "heartbeats" ],
sub { !$disabled{"msan"} } => [ "asm" ],
sub { $disabled{cmac}; } => [ "siv" ],
"legacy" => [ "md2" ],
"cmp" => [ "crmf" ],
# Padlock engine uses low-level AES APIs which are deprecated
sub { $disabled{"deprecated-3.0"} }
=> [ "padlockeng" ]
);
# Avoid protocol support holes. Also disable all versions below N, if version
# N is disabled while N+1 is enabled.
#
my @list = (reverse @tls);
while ((my $first, my $second) = (shift @list, shift @list)) {
last unless @list;
push @disable_cascades, ( sub { !$disabled{$first} && $disabled{$second} }
=> [ @list ] );
unshift @list, $second;
}
my @list = (reverse @dtls);
while ((my $first, my $second) = (shift @list, shift @list)) {
last unless @list;
push @disable_cascades, ( sub { !$disabled{$first} && $disabled{$second} }
=> [ @list ] );
unshift @list, $second;
}
# Explicit "no-..." options will be collected in %disabled along with the defaults.
# To remove something from %disabled, use "enable-foo".
# For symmetry, "disable-foo" is a synonym for "no-foo".
# For the "make variables" CPPINCLUDES and CPPDEFINES, we support lists with
# platform specific list separators. Users from those platforms should
# recognise those separators from how you set up the PATH to find executables.
# The default is the Unix like separator, :, but as an exception, we also
# support the space as separator.
my $list_separator_re =
{ VMS => qr/(?<!\^),/,
MSWin32 => qr/(?<!\\);/ } -> {$^O} // qr/(?<!\\)[:\s]/;
# All the "make variables" we support
# Some get pre-populated for the sake of backward compatibility
# (we supported those before the change to "make variable" support.
my %user = (
AR => env('AR'),
ARFLAGS => [],
AS => undef,
ASFLAGS => [],
CC => env('CC'),
CFLAGS => [ env('CFLAGS') || () ],
CXX => env('CXX'),
CXXFLAGS => [ env('CXXFLAGS') || () ],
CPP => undef,
CPPFLAGS => [ env('CPPFLAGS') || () ], # -D, -I, -Wp,
CPPDEFINES => [], # Alternative for -D
CPPINCLUDES => [], # Alternative for -I
CROSS_COMPILE => env('CROSS_COMPILE'),
HASHBANGPERL=> env('HASHBANGPERL') || env('PERL'),
LD => undef,
LDFLAGS => [ env('LDFLAGS') || () ], # -L, -Wl,
LDLIBS => [ env('LDLIBS') || () ], # -l
MT => undef,
MTFLAGS => [],
PERL => env('PERL') || ($^O ne "VMS" ? $^X : "perl"),
RANLIB => env('RANLIB'),
RC => env('RC') || env('WINDRES'),
RCFLAGS => [ env('RCFLAGS') || () ],
RM => undef,
);
# Info about what "make variables" may be prefixed with the cross compiler
# prefix. This should NEVER mention any such variable with a list for value.
my @user_crossable = qw ( AR AS CC CXX CPP LD MT RANLIB RC );
# The same but for flags given as Configure options. These are *additional*
# input, as opposed to the VAR=string option that override the corresponding
# config target attributes
my %useradd = (
CPPDEFINES => [],
CPPINCLUDES => [],
CPPFLAGS => [],
CFLAGS => [],
CXXFLAGS => [],
LDFLAGS => [],
LDLIBS => [],
RCFLAGS => [],
);
my %user_synonyms = (
HASHBANGPERL=> 'PERL',
RC => 'WINDRES',
);
# Some target attributes have been renamed, this is the translation table
my %target_attr_translate =(
ar => 'AR',
as => 'AS',
cc => 'CC',
cxx => 'CXX',
cpp => 'CPP',
hashbangperl => 'HASHBANGPERL',
ld => 'LD',
mt => 'MT',
ranlib => 'RANLIB',
rc => 'RC',
rm => 'RM',
);
# Initialisers coming from 'config' scripts
$config{defines} = [ split(/$list_separator_re/, env('__CNF_CPPDEFINES')) ];
$config{includes} = [ split(/$list_separator_re/, env('__CNF_CPPINCLUDES')) ];
$config{cppflags} = [ env('__CNF_CPPFLAGS') || () ];
$config{cflags} = [ env('__CNF_CFLAGS') || () ];
$config{cxxflags} = [ env('__CNF_CXXFLAGS') || () ];
$config{lflags} = [ env('__CNF_LDFLAGS') || () ];
$config{ex_libs} = [ env('__CNF_LDLIBS') || () ];
$config{openssl_api_defines}=[];
$config{openssl_sys_defines}=[];
$config{openssl_feature_defines}=[];
$config{options}="";
$config{build_type} = "release";
my $target="";
my %cmdvars = (); # Stores FOO='blah' type arguments
my %unsupported_options = ();
my %deprecated_options = ();
# If you change this, update apps/version.c
my @known_seed_sources = qw(getrandom devrandom os egd none rdcpu librandom);
my @seed_sources = ();
while (@argvcopy)
{
$_ = shift @argvcopy;
# Support env variable assignments among the options
if (m|^(\w+)=(.+)?$|)
{
$cmdvars{$1} = $2;
# Every time a variable is given as a configuration argument,
# it acts as a reset if the variable.
if (exists $user{$1})
{
$user{$1} = ref $user{$1} eq "ARRAY" ? [] : undef;
}
#if (exists $useradd{$1})
# {
# $useradd{$1} = [];
# }
next;
}
# VMS is a case insensitive environment, and depending on settings
# out of our control, we may receive options uppercased. Let's
# downcase at least the part before any equal sign.
if ($^O eq "VMS")
{
s/^([^=]*)/lc($1)/e;
}
# some people just can't read the instructions, clang people have to...
s/^-no-(?!integrated-as)/no-/;
# rewrite some options in "enable-..." form
s /^-?-?shared$/enable-shared/;
s /^sctp$/enable-sctp/;
s /^threads$/enable-threads/;
s /^zlib$/enable-zlib/;
s /^zlib-dynamic$/enable-zlib-dynamic/;
if (/^(no|disable|enable)-(.+)$/)
{
my $word = $2;
if ($word !~ m|hw(?:-.+)| # special treatment for hw regexp opt
&& !exists $deprecated_disablables{$word}
&& !grep { $word eq $_ } @disablables)
{
$unsupported_options{$_} = 1;
next;
}
}
if (/^no-(.+)$/ || /^disable-(.+)$/)
{
foreach my $proto ((@tls, @dtls))
{
if ($1 eq "$proto-method")
{
$disabled{"$proto"} = "option($proto-method)";
last;
}
}
if ($1 eq "dtls")
{
foreach my $proto (@dtls)
{
$disabled{$proto} = "option(dtls)";
}
$disabled{"dtls"} = "option(dtls)";
}
elsif ($1 eq "ssl")
{
# Last one of its kind
$disabled{"ssl3"} = "option(ssl)";
}
elsif ($1 eq "tls")
{
# XXX: Tests will fail if all SSL/TLS
# protocols are disabled.
foreach my $proto (@tls)
{
$disabled{$proto} = "option(tls)";
}
}
elsif ($1 eq "static-engine")
{
delete $disabled{"dynamic-engine"};
}
elsif ($1 eq "dynamic-engine")
{
$disabled{"dynamic-engine"} = "option";
}
elsif (exists $deprecated_disablables{$1})
{
$deprecated_options{$_} = 1;
if (defined $deprecated_disablables{$1})
{
$disabled{$deprecated_disablables{$1}} = "option";
}
}
elsif ($1 =~ m|hw(?:-.+)|) # deprecate hw options in regexp form
{
$deprecated_options{$_} = 1;
}
else
{
$disabled{$1} = "option";
}
# No longer an automatic choice
$auto_threads = 0 if ($1 eq "threads");
}
elsif (/^enable-(.+)$/)
{
if ($1 eq "static-engine")
{
$disabled{"dynamic-engine"} = "option";
}
elsif ($1 eq "dynamic-engine")
{
delete $disabled{"dynamic-engine"};
}
elsif ($1 eq "zlib-dynamic")
{
delete $disabled{"zlib"};
}
my $algo = $1;
delete $disabled{$algo};
# No longer an automatic choice
$auto_threads = 0 if ($1 eq "threads");
}
elsif (/^-d$/) # From older 'config'
{
$config{build_type} = "debug";
}
elsif (/^-v$/) # From older 'config'
{
$guess_opts{verbose} = 1;
}
elsif (/^-w$/) # From older 'config'
{
$guess_opts{nowait} = 1;
}
elsif (/^-t$/) # From older 'config'
{
$dryrun = 1;
}
elsif (/^--strict-warnings$/)
{
# Pretend that our strict flags is a C flag, and replace it
# with the proper flags later on
push @{$useradd{CFLAGS}}, '--ossl-strict-warnings';
$strict_warnings=1;
}
elsif (/^--debug$/)
{
$config{build_type} = "debug";
}
elsif (/^--release$/)
{
$config{build_type} = "release";
}
elsif (/^386$/)
{ $config{processor}=386; }
elsif (/^fips$/)
{
die "FIPS mode not supported\n";
}
elsif (/^rsaref$/)
{
# No RSAref support any more since it's not needed.
# The check for the option is there so scripts aren't
# broken
}
elsif (/^nofipscanistercheck$/)
{
die "FIPS mode not supported\n";
}
elsif (m|^[-+/]|)
{
if (/^--prefix=(.*)$/)
{
$config{prefix}=$1;
die "Directory given with --prefix MUST be absolute\n"
unless file_name_is_absolute($config{prefix});
}
elsif (/^--api=(.*)$/)
{
my $api = $1;
die "Unknown API compatibility level $api"
unless defined $apitable->{$api};
$config{api}=$apitable->{$api};
}
elsif (/^--libdir=(.*)$/)
{
$config{libdir}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--openssldir=(.*)$/)
{
$config{openssldir}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-zlib-lib=(.*)$/)
{
$withargs{zlib_lib}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-zlib-include=(.*)$/)
{
$withargs{zlib_include}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-fuzzer-lib=(.*)$/)
{
$withargs{fuzzer_lib}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-fuzzer-include=(.*)$/)
{
$withargs{fuzzer_include}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-rand-seed=(.*)$/)
{
foreach my $x (split(m|,|, $1))
{
die "Unknown --with-rand-seed choice $x\n"
if ! grep { $x eq $_ } @known_seed_sources;
push @seed_sources, $x;
}
}
elsif (/^--fips-key=(.*)$/)
{
$user{FIPSKEY}=lc($1);
die "Non-hex character in FIPS key\n"
if $user{FIPSKEY} =~ /[^a-f0-9]/;
die "FIPS key must have even number of characters\n"
if length $1 & 1;
die "FIPS key too long (64 bytes max)\n"
if length $1 > 64;
}
elsif (/^--cross-compile-prefix=(.*)$/)
{
$user{CROSS_COMPILE}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--config=(.*)$/)
{
read_config $1;
}
elsif (/^-l(.*)$/)
{
push @{$useradd{LDLIBS}}, $_;
}
elsif (/^-framework$/)
{
push @{$useradd{LDLIBS}}, $_, shift(@argvcopy);
}
elsif (/^-L(.*)$/ or /^-Wl,/)
{
push @{$useradd{LDFLAGS}}, $_;
}
elsif (/^-rpath$/ or /^-R$/)
# -rpath is the OSF1 rpath flag
# -R is the old Solaris rpath flag
{
my $rpath = shift(@argvcopy) || "";
$rpath .= " " if $rpath ne "";
push @{$useradd{LDFLAGS}}, $_, $rpath;
}
elsif (/^-static$/)
{
push @{$useradd{LDFLAGS}}, $_;
}
elsif (m|^[-/]D(.*)$|)
{
push @{$useradd{CPPDEFINES}}, $1;
}
elsif (m|^[-/]I(.*)$|)
{
push @{$useradd{CPPINCLUDES}}, $1;
}
elsif (/^-Wp,$/)
{
push @{$useradd{CPPFLAGS}}, $1;
}
else # common if (/^[-+]/), just pass down...
{
# Treat %xx as an ASCII code (e.g. replace %20 by a space character).
# This provides a simple way to pass options with arguments separated
# by spaces without quoting (e.g. -opt%20arg translates to -opt arg).
$_ =~ s/%([0-9a-f]{1,2})/chr(hex($1))/gei;
push @{$useradd{CFLAGS}}, $_;
push @{$useradd{CXXFLAGS}}, $_;
}
}
elsif (m|^/|)
{
# Treat %xx as an ASCII code (e.g. replace %20 by a space character).
# This provides a simple way to pass options with arguments separated
# by spaces without quoting (e.g. /opt%20arg translates to /opt arg).
$_ =~ s/%([0-9a-f]{1,2})/chr(hex($1))/gei;
push @{$useradd{CFLAGS}}, $_;
push @{$useradd{CXXFLAGS}}, $_;
}
else
{
die "target already defined - $target (offending arg: $_)\n" if ($target ne "");
$target=$_;
}
unless ($_ eq $target || /^no-/ || /^disable-/)
{
# "no-..." follows later after implied deactivations
# have been derived. (Don't take this too seriously,
# we really only write OPTIONS to the Makefile out of
# nostalgia.)
if ($config{options} eq "")
{ $config{options} = $_; }
else
{ $config{options} .= " ".$_; }
}
}
if (keys %deprecated_options)
{
warn "***** Deprecated options: ",
join(", ", keys %deprecated_options), "\n";
}
if (keys %unsupported_options)
{
die "***** Unsupported options: ",
join(", ", keys %unsupported_options), "\n";
}
# If any %useradd entry has been set, we must check that the "make
# variables" haven't been set. We start by checking of any %useradd entry
# is set.
if (grep { scalar @$_ > 0 } values %useradd) {
# Hash of env / make variables names. The possible values are:
# 1 - "make vars"
# 2 - %useradd entry set
# 3 - both set
my %detected_vars =
map { my $v = 0;
$v += 1 if $cmdvars{$_};
$v += 2 if @{$useradd{$_}};
$_ => $v }
keys %useradd;
# If any of the corresponding "make variables" is set, we error
if (grep { $_ & 1 } values %detected_vars) {
my $names = join(', ', grep { $detected_vars{$_} > 0 }
sort keys %detected_vars);
die <<"_____";
***** Mixing make variables and additional compiler/linker flags as
***** configure command line option is not permitted.
***** Affected make variables: $names
_____
}
}
# Check through all supported command line variables to see if any of them
# were set, and canonicalise the values we got. If no compiler or linker
# flag or anything else that affects %useradd was set, we also check the
# environment for values.
my $anyuseradd =
grep { defined $_ && (ref $_ ne 'ARRAY' || @$_) } values %useradd;
foreach (keys %user) {
my $value = $cmdvars{$_};
$value //= env($_) unless $anyuseradd;
$value //=
defined $user_synonyms{$_} ? $cmdvars{$user_synonyms{$_}} : undef;
$value //= defined $user_synonyms{$_} ? env($user_synonyms{$_}) : undef
unless $anyuseradd;
if (defined $value) {
if (ref $user{$_} eq 'ARRAY') {
if ($_ eq 'CPPDEFINES' || $_ eq 'CPPINCLUDES') {
$user{$_} = [ split /$list_separator_re/, $value ];
} else {
$user{$_} = [ $value ];
}
} elsif (!defined $user{$_}) {
$user{$_} = $value;
}
}
}
if (grep { /-rpath\b/ } ($user{LDFLAGS} ? @{$user{LDFLAGS}} : ())
&& !$disabled{shared}
&& !($disabled{asan} && $disabled{msan} && $disabled{ubsan})) {
die "***** Cannot simultaneously use -rpath, shared libraries, and\n",
"***** any of asan, msan or ubsan\n";
}
# If no target was given, try guessing.
unless ($target) {
my %system_config = OpenSSL::config::get_platform(%guess_opts, %user);
# The $system_config{disable} is used to populate %disabled with
# entries that aren't already there.
foreach ( @{$system_config{disable} // []} ) {
$disabled{$_} = 'system' unless defined $disabled{$_};
}
delete $system_config{disable};
# Override config entries with stuff from the guesser.
# It's assumed that this really is nothing new.
%config = ( %config, %system_config );
$target = $system_config{target};
}
sub disable {
my $disable_type = shift;
for (@_) {
$disabled{$_} = $disable_type;
}
my @tocheckfor = (@_ ? @_ : keys %disabled);
while (@tocheckfor) {
my %new_tocheckfor = ();
my @cascade_copy = (@disable_cascades);
while (@cascade_copy) {
my ($test, $descendents) =
(shift @cascade_copy, shift @cascade_copy);
if (ref($test) eq "CODE" ? $test->() : defined($disabled{$test})) {
foreach (grep { !defined($disabled{$_}) } @$descendents) {
$new_tocheckfor{$_} = 1; $disabled{$_} = "cascade";
}
}
}
@tocheckfor = (keys %new_tocheckfor);
}
}
disable(); # First cascade run
our $die = sub { die @_; };
if ($target eq "TABLE") {
local $die = sub { warn @_; };
foreach (sort keys %table) {
print_table_entry($_, "TABLE");
}
exit 0;
}
if ($target eq "LIST") {
foreach (sort keys %table) {
print $_,"\n" unless $table{$_}->{template};
}
exit 0;
}
if ($target eq "HASH") {
local $die = sub { warn @_; };
print "%table = (\n";
foreach (sort keys %table) {
print_table_entry($_, "HASH");
}
exit 0;
}
print "Configuring OpenSSL version $config{full_version} ";
print "for target $target\n";
if (scalar(@seed_sources) == 0) {
print "Using os-specific seed configuration\n";
push @seed_sources, 'os';
}
if (scalar(grep { $_ eq 'egd' } @seed_sources) > 0) {
delete $disabled{'egd'};
}
if (scalar(grep { $_ eq 'none' } @seed_sources) > 0) {
die "Cannot seed with none and anything else" if scalar(@seed_sources) > 1;
warn <<_____ if scalar(@seed_sources) == 1;
============================== WARNING ===============================
You have selected the --with-rand-seed=none option, which effectively
disables automatic reseeding of the OpenSSL random generator.
All operations depending on the random generator such as creating keys
will not work unless the random generator is seeded manually by the
application.
Please read the 'Note on random number generation' section in the
INSTALL.md instructions and the RAND_DRBG(7) manual page for more
details.
============================== WARNING ===============================
_____
}
push @{$config{openssl_feature_defines}},
map { (my $x = $_) =~ tr|[\-a-z]|[_A-Z]|; "OPENSSL_RAND_SEED_$x" }
@seed_sources;
# Backward compatibility?
if ($target =~ m/^CygWin32(-.*)$/) {
$target = "Cygwin".$1;
}
# Support for legacy targets having a name starting with 'debug-'
my ($d, $t) = $target =~ m/^(debug-)?(.*)$/;
if ($d) {
$config{build_type} = "debug";
# If we do not find debug-foo in the table, the target is set to foo.
if (!$table{$target}) {
$target = $t;
}
}
if ($target) {
# It's possible that we have different config targets for specific
# toolchains, so we try to detect them, and go for the plain config
# target if not.
my $found;
foreach ( ( "$target-$user{CC}", "$target", undef ) ) {
$found=$_ if $table{$_} && !$table{$_}->{template};
last if $found;
}
$target = $found;
} else {
# If we don't have a config target now, we try the C compiler as we
# fallback
my $cc = $user{CC} // 'cc';
$target = $cc if $table{$cc} && !$table{$cc}->{template};
}
&usage unless $target;
exit 0 if $dryrun; # From older 'config'
$config{target} = $target;
my %target = resolve_config($target);
foreach (keys %target_attr_translate) {
$target{$target_attr_translate{$_}} = $target{$_}
if $target{$_};
delete $target{$_};
}
%target = ( %{$table{DEFAULTS}}, %target );
my %conf_files = map { $_ => 1 } (@{$target{_conf_fname_int}});
$config{conf_files} = [ sort keys %conf_files ];
# Using sub disable within these loops may prove fragile, so we run
# a cascade afterwards
foreach my $feature (@{$target{disable}}) {
if (exists $deprecated_disablables{$feature}) {
warn "***** config $target disables deprecated feature $feature\n";
} elsif (!grep { $feature eq $_ } @disablables) {
die "***** config $target disables unknown feature $feature\n";
}
$disabled{$feature} = 'config';
}
foreach my $feature (@{$target{enable}}) {
if ("default" eq ($disabled{$feature} // "")) {
if (exists $deprecated_disablables{$feature}) {
warn "***** config $target enables deprecated feature $feature\n";
} elsif (!grep { $feature eq $_ } @disablables) {
die "***** config $target enables unknown feature $feature\n";
}
delete $disabled{$feature};
}
}
# If uplink_arch isn't defined, disable uplink
$disabled{uplink} = 'no uplink_arch' unless (defined $target{uplink_arch});
# If asm_arch isn't defined, disable asm
$disabled{asm} = 'no asm_arch' unless (defined $target{asm_arch});
disable(); # Run a cascade now
$target{CXXFLAGS}//=$target{CFLAGS} if $target{CXX};
$target{cxxflags}//=$target{cflags} if $target{CXX};
$target{exe_extension}=".exe" if ($config{target} eq "DJGPP");
$target{exe_extension}=".pm" if ($config{target} =~ /vos/);
# Fill %config with values from %user, and in case those are undefined or
# empty, use values from %target (acting as a default).
foreach (keys %user) {
my $ref_type = ref $user{$_};
# Temporary function. Takes an intended ref type (empty string or "ARRAY")
# and a value that's to be coerced into that type.
my $mkvalue = sub {
my $type = shift;
my $value = shift;
my $undef_p = shift;
die "Too many arguments for \$mkvalue" if @_;
while (ref $value eq 'CODE') {
$value = $value->();
}
if ($type eq 'ARRAY') {
return undef unless defined $value;
return undef if ref $value ne 'ARRAY' && !$value;
return undef if ref $value eq 'ARRAY' && !@$value;
return [ $value ] unless ref $value eq 'ARRAY';
}
return undef unless $value;
return $value;
};
$config{$_} =
$mkvalue->($ref_type, $user{$_})
|| $mkvalue->($ref_type, $target{$_});
delete $config{$_} unless defined $config{$_};
}
# Finish up %config by appending things the user gave us on the command line
# apart from "make variables"
foreach (keys %useradd) {
# The must all be lists, so we assert that here
die "internal error: \$useradd{$_} isn't an ARRAY\n"
unless ref $useradd{$_} eq 'ARRAY';
if (defined $config{$_}) {
push @{$config{$_}}, @{$useradd{$_}};
} else {
$config{$_} = [ @{$useradd{$_}} ];
}
}
# At this point, we can forget everything about %user and %useradd,
# because it's now all been merged into the corresponding $config entry
# Allow overriding the build file name
$config{build_file} = env('BUILDFILE') || $target{build_file} || "Makefile";
# Make sure build_scheme is consistent.
$target{build_scheme} = [ $target{build_scheme} ]
if ref($target{build_scheme}) ne "ARRAY";
my ($builder, $builder_platform, @builder_opts) =
@{$target{build_scheme}};
foreach my $checker (($builder_platform."-".$target{build_file}."-checker.pm",
$builder_platform."-checker.pm")) {
my $checker_path = catfile($srcdir, "Configurations", $checker);
if (-f $checker_path) {
my $fn = $ENV{CONFIGURE_CHECKER_WARN}
? sub { warn $@; } : sub { die $@; };
if (! do $checker_path) {
if ($@) {
$fn->($@);
} elsif ($!) {
$fn->($!);
} else {
$fn->("The detected tools didn't match the platform\n");
}
}
last;
}
}
push @{$config{defines}}, "NDEBUG" if $config{build_type} eq "release";
if ($target =~ /^mingw/ && `$config{CC} --target-help 2>&1` =~ m/-mno-cygwin/m)
{
push @{$config{cflags}}, "-mno-cygwin";
push @{$config{cxxflags}}, "-mno-cygwin" if $config{CXX};
push @{$config{shared_ldflag}}, "-mno-cygwin";
}
if ($target =~ /linux.*-mips/ && !$disabled{asm}
&& !grep { $_ !~ /-m(ips|arch=)/ } (@{$config{CFLAGS}})) {
# minimally required architecture flags for assembly modules
my $value;
$value = '-mips2' if ($target =~ /mips32/);
$value = '-mips3' if ($target =~ /mips64/);
unshift @{$config{cflags}}, $value;
unshift @{$config{cxxflags}}, $value if $config{CXX};
}
# If threads aren't disabled, check how possible they are
unless ($disabled{threads}) {
if ($auto_threads) {
# Enabled by default, disable it forcibly if unavailable
if ($target{thread_scheme} eq "(unknown)") {
disable("unavailable", 'threads');
}
} else {
# The user chose to enable threads explicitly, let's see
# if there's a chance that's possible
if ($target{thread_scheme} eq "(unknown)") {
# If the user asked for "threads" and we don't have internal
# knowledge how to do it, [s]he is expected to provide any
# system-dependent compiler options that are necessary. We
# can't truly check that the given options are correct, but
# we expect the user to know what [s]He is doing.
if (!@{$config{CFLAGS}} && !@{$config{CPPDEFINES}}) {
die "You asked for multi-threading support, but didn't\n"
,"provide any system-specific compiler options\n";
}
}
}
}
# Find out if clang's sanitizers have been enabled with -fsanitize
# flags and ensure that the corresponding %disabled elements area
# removed to reflect that the sanitizers are indeed enabled.
my %detected_sanitizers = ();
foreach (grep /^-fsanitize=/, @{$config{CFLAGS} || []}) {
(my $checks = $_) =~ s/^-fsanitize=//;
foreach (split /,/, $checks) {
my $d = { address => 'asan',
undefined => 'ubsan',
memory => 'msan' } -> {$_};
next unless defined $d;
$detected_sanitizers{$d} = 1;
if (defined $disabled{$d}) {
die "***** Conflict between disabling $d and enabling $_ sanitizer"
if $disabled{$d} ne "default";
delete $disabled{$d};
}
}
}
# If threads still aren't disabled, add a C macro to ensure the source
# code knows about it. Any other flag is taken care of by the configs.
unless($disabled{threads}) {
push @{$config{openssl_feature_defines}}, "OPENSSL_THREADS";
}
my $no_shared_warn=0;
if ($target{shared_target} eq "")
{
$no_shared_warn = 1
if (!$disabled{shared} || !$disabled{"dynamic-engine"});
disable('no-shared-target', 'pic');
}
if ($disabled{"dynamic-engine"}) {
$config{dynamic_engines} = 0;
} else {
$config{dynamic_engines} = 1;
}
unless ($disabled{asan} || defined $detected_sanitizers{asan}) {
push @{$config{cflags}}, "-fsanitize=address";
}
unless ($disabled{ubsan} || defined $detected_sanitizers{ubsan}) {
# -DPEDANTIC or -fnosanitize=alignment may also be required on some
# platforms.
push @{$config{cflags}}, "-fsanitize=undefined", "-fno-sanitize-recover=all";
}
unless ($disabled{msan} || defined $detected_sanitizers{msan}) {
push @{$config{cflags}}, "-fsanitize=memory";
}
unless ($disabled{"fuzz-libfuzzer"} && $disabled{"fuzz-afl"}
&& $disabled{asan} && $disabled{ubsan} && $disabled{msan}) {
push @{$config{cflags}}, "-fno-omit-frame-pointer", "-g";
push @{$config{cxxflags}}, "-fno-omit-frame-pointer", "-g" if $config{CXX};
}
#
# Platform fix-ups
#
# This saves the build files from having to check
if ($disabled{pic})
{
foreach (qw(shared_cflag shared_cxxflag shared_cppflag
shared_defines shared_includes shared_ldflag
module_cflags module_cxxflags module_cppflags
module_defines module_includes module_lflags))
{
delete $config{$_};
$target{$_} = "";
}
}
else
{
push @{$config{lib_defines}}, "OPENSSL_PIC";
}
if ($target{sys_id} ne "")
{
push @{$config{openssl_sys_defines}}, "OPENSSL_SYS_$target{sys_id}";
}
my %predefined_C = compiler_predefined($config{CROSS_COMPILE}.$config{CC});
my %predefined_CXX = $config{CXX}
? compiler_predefined($config{CROSS_COMPILE}.$config{CXX})
: ();
unless ($disabled{asm}) {
# big endian systems can use ELFv2 ABI
if ($target eq "linux-ppc64") {
$target{perlasm_scheme} = "linux64v2" if ($predefined_C{_CALL_ELF} == 2);
}
}
# Check for makedepend capabilities.
if (!$disabled{makedepend}) {
if ($config{target} =~ /^(VC|vms)-/) {
# For VC- and vms- targets, there's nothing more to do here. The
# functionality is hard coded in the corresponding build files for
# cl (Windows) and CC/DECC (VMS).
} elsif (($predefined_C{__GNUC__} // -1) >= 3
&& !($predefined_C{__APPLE_CC__} && !$predefined_C{__clang__})) {
# We know that GNU C version 3 and up as well as all clang
# versions support dependency generation, but Xcode did not
# handle $cc -M before clang support (but claims __GNUC__ = 3)
$config{makedepprog} = "\$(CROSS_COMPILE)$config{CC}";
} else {
# In all other cases, we look for 'makedepend', and disable the
# capability if not found.
$config{makedepprog} = which('makedepend');
disable('unavailable', 'makedepend') unless $config{makedepprog};
}
}
if (!$disabled{asm} && !$predefined_C{__MACH__} && $^O ne 'VMS') {
# probe for -Wa,--noexecstack option...
if ($predefined_C{__clang__}) {
# clang has builtin assembler, which doesn't recognize --help,
# but it apparently recognizes the option in question on all
# supported platforms even when it's meaningless. In other words
# probe would fail, but probed option always accepted...
push @{$config{cflags}}, "-Wa,--noexecstack", "-Qunused-arguments";
} else {
my $cc = $config{CROSS_COMPILE}.$config{CC};
open(PIPE, "$cc -Wa,--help -c -o null.$$.o -x assembler /dev/null 2>&1 |");
while(<PIPE>) {
if (m/--noexecstack/) {
push @{$config{cflags}}, "-Wa,--noexecstack";
last;
}
}
close(PIPE);
unlink("null.$$.o");
}
}
# Deal with bn_ops ###################################################
$config{bn_ll} =0;
my $def_int="unsigned int";
$config{rc4_int} =$def_int;
($config{b64l},$config{b64},$config{b32})=(0,0,1);
my $count = 0;
foreach (sort split(/\s+/,$target{bn_ops})) {
$count++ if /SIXTY_FOUR_BIT|SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG|THIRTY_TWO_BIT/;
$config{bn_ll}=1 if $_ eq 'BN_LLONG';
$config{rc4_int}="unsigned char" if $_ eq 'RC4_CHAR';
($config{b64l},$config{b64},$config{b32})
=(0,1,0) if $_ eq 'SIXTY_FOUR_BIT';
($config{b64l},$config{b64},$config{b32})
=(1,0,0) if $_ eq 'SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG';
($config{b64l},$config{b64},$config{b32})
=(0,0,1) if $_ eq 'THIRTY_TWO_BIT';
}
die "Exactly one of SIXTY_FOUR_BIT|SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG|THIRTY_TWO_BIT can be set in bn_ops\n"
if $count > 1;
$config{api} = $config{major} * 10000 + $config{minor} * 100
unless $config{api};
foreach (keys %$apitable) {
$disabled{"deprecated-$_"} = "deprecation"
if $disabled{deprecated} && $config{api} >= $apitable->{$_};
}
disable(); # Run a cascade now
# Hack cflags for better warnings (dev option) #######################
# "Stringify" the C and C++ flags string. This permits it to be made part of
# a string and works as well on command lines.
$config{cflags} = [ map { (my $x = $_) =~ s/([\\\"])/\\$1/g; $x }
@{$config{cflags}} ];
$config{cxxflags} = [ map { (my $x = $_) =~ s/([\\\"])/\\$1/g; $x }
@{$config{cxxflags}} ] if $config{CXX};
$config{openssl_api_defines} = [
"OPENSSL_CONFIGURED_API=".$config{api},
];
my @strict_warnings_collection=();
if ($strict_warnings)
{
my $wopt;
my $gccver = $predefined_C{__GNUC__} // -1;
if ($gccver >= 4)
{
push @strict_warnings_collection, @gcc_devteam_warn;
push @strict_warnings_collection, @clang_devteam_warn
if (defined($predefined_C{__clang__}));
}
elsif ($config{target} =~ /^VC-/)
{
push @strict_warnings_collection, @cl_devteam_warn;
}
else
{
warn "WARNING --strict-warnings requires gcc[>=4] or gcc-alike, or MSVC"
}
}
if (grep { $_ =~ /(?:^|\s)-static(?:\s|$)/ } @{$config{LDFLAGS}}) {
disable('static', 'pic', 'threads');
}
$config{CFLAGS} = [ map { $_ eq '--ossl-strict-warnings'
? @strict_warnings_collection
: ( $_ ) }
@{$config{CFLAGS}} ];
unless ($disabled{afalgeng}) {
$config{afalgeng}="";
if (grep { $_ eq 'afalgeng' } @{$target{enable}}) {
my $minver = 4*10000 + 1*100 + 0;
if ($config{CROSS_COMPILE} eq "") {
my $verstr = `uname -r`;
my ($ma, $mi1, $mi2) = split("\\.", $verstr);
($mi2) = $mi2 =~ /(\d+)/;
my $ver = $ma*10000 + $mi1*100 + $mi2;
if ($ver < $minver) {
disable('too-old-kernel', 'afalgeng');
} else {
push @{$config{engdirs}}, "afalg";
}
} else {
disable('cross-compiling', 'afalgeng');
}
} else {
disable('not-linux', 'afalgeng');
}
}
unless ($disabled{devcryptoeng}) {
if ($target =~ m/^BSD/) {
my $maxver = 5*100 + 7;
my $sysstr = `uname -s`;
my $verstr = `uname -r`;
$sysstr =~ s|\R$||;
$verstr =~ s|\R$||;
my ($ma, $mi, @rest) = split m|\.|, $verstr;
my $ver = $ma*100 + $mi;
if ($sysstr eq 'OpenBSD' && $ver >= $maxver) {
disable('too-new-kernel', 'devcryptoeng');
}
}
}
unless ($disabled{ktls}) {
$config{ktls}="";
if ($target =~ m/^linux/) {
my $usr = "/usr/$config{cross_compile_prefix}";
chop($usr);
if ($config{cross_compile_prefix} eq "") {
$usr = "/usr";
}
my $minver = (4 << 16) + (13 << 8) + 0;
my @verstr = split(" ",`cat $usr/include/linux/version.h | grep LINUX_VERSION_CODE`);
if ($verstr[2] < $minver) {
disable('too-old-kernel', 'ktls');
}
} elsif ($target =~ m/^BSD/) {
my $cc = $config{CROSS_COMPILE}.$config{CC};
system("printf '#include <sys/types.h>\n#include <sys/ktls.h>' | $cc -E - >/dev/null 2>&1");
if ($? != 0) {
disable('too-old-freebsd', 'ktls');
}
} else {
disable('not-linux-or-freebsd', 'ktls');
}
}
push @{$config{openssl_other_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_KTLS" if ($disabled{ktls});
# Get the extra flags used when building shared libraries and modules. We
# do this late because some of them depend on %disabled.
# Make the flags to build DSOs the same as for shared libraries unless they
# are already defined
$target{module_cflags} = $target{shared_cflag} unless defined $target{module_cflags};
$target{module_cxxflags} = $target{shared_cxxflag} unless defined $target{module_cxxflags};
$target{module_ldflags} = $target{shared_ldflag} unless defined $target{module_ldflags};
{
my $shared_info_pl =
catfile(dirname($0), "Configurations", "shared-info.pl");
my %shared_info = read_eval_file($shared_info_pl);
push @{$target{_conf_fname_int}}, $shared_info_pl;
my $si = $target{shared_target};
while (ref $si ne "HASH") {
last if ! defined $si;
if (ref $si eq "CODE") {
$si = $si->();
} else {
$si = $shared_info{$si};
}
}
# Some of the 'shared_target' values don't have any entries in
# %shared_info. That's perfectly fine, AS LONG AS the build file
# template knows how to handle this. That is currently the case for
# Windows and VMS.
if (defined $si) {
# Just as above, copy certain shared_* attributes to the corresponding
# module_ attribute unless the latter is already defined
$si->{module_cflags} = $si->{shared_cflag} unless defined $si->{module_cflags};
$si->{module_cxxflags} = $si->{shared_cxxflag} unless defined $si->{module_cxxflags};
$si->{module_ldflags} = $si->{shared_ldflag} unless defined $si->{module_ldflags};
foreach (sort keys %$si) {
$target{$_} = defined $target{$_}
? add($si->{$_})->($target{$_})
: $si->{$_};
}
}
}
# ALL MODIFICATIONS TO %disabled, %config and %target MUST BE DONE FROM HERE ON
######################################################################
# Build up information for skipping certain directories depending on disabled
# features, as well as setting up macros for disabled features.
# This is a tentative database of directories to skip. Some entries may not
# correspond to anything real, but that's ok, they will simply be ignored.
# The actual processing of these entries is done in the build.info lookup
# loop further down.
#
# The key is a Unix formatted path in the source tree, the value is an index
# into %disabled_info, so any existing path gets added to a corresponding
# 'skipped' entry in there with the list of skipped directories.
my %skipdir = ();
my %disabled_info = (); # For configdata.pm
foreach my $what (sort keys %disabled) {
# There are deprecated disablables that translate to themselves.
# They cause disabling cascades, but should otherwise not regiter.
next if $deprecated_disablables{$what};
# The generated $disabled{"deprecated-x.y"} entries are special
# and treated properly elsewhere
next if $what =~ m|^deprecated-|;
$config{options} .= " no-$what";
if (!grep { $what eq $_ } ( 'buildtest-c++', 'fips', 'threads', 'shared',
'module', 'pic', 'dynamic-engine', 'makedepend',
'zlib-dynamic', 'zlib', 'sse2', 'legacy' )) {
(my $WHAT = uc $what) =~ s|-|_|g;
my $skipdir = $what;
# fix-up crypto/directory name(s)
$skipdir = "ripemd" if $what eq "rmd160";
$skipdir = "whrlpool" if $what eq "whirlpool";
my $macro = $disabled_info{$what}->{macro} = "OPENSSL_NO_$WHAT";
push @{$config{openssl_feature_defines}}, $macro;
$skipdir{engines} = $what if $what eq 'engine';
$skipdir{"crypto/$skipdir"} = $what
unless $what eq 'async' || $what eq 'err' || $what eq 'dso';
}
}
if ($disabled{"dynamic-engine"}) {
push @{$config{openssl_feature_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_DYNAMIC_ENGINE";
} else {
push @{$config{openssl_feature_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_STATIC_ENGINE";
}
# If we use the unified build, collect information from build.info files
my %unified_info = ();
my $buildinfo_debug = defined($ENV{CONFIGURE_DEBUG_BUILDINFO});
if ($builder eq "unified") {
use Text::Template 1.46;
sub cleandir {
my $base = shift;
my $dir = shift;
my $relativeto = shift || ".";
$dir = catdir($base,$dir) unless isabsolute($dir);
# Make sure the directories we're building in exists
mkpath($dir);
my $res = abs2rel(absolutedir($dir), rel2abs($relativeto));
#print STDERR "DEBUG[cleandir]: $dir , $base => $res\n";
return $res;
}
sub cleanfile {
my $base = shift;
my $file = shift;
my $relativeto = shift || ".";
$file = catfile($base,$file) unless isabsolute($file);
my $d = dirname($file);
my $f = basename($file);
# Make sure the directories we're building in exists
mkpath($d);
my $res = abs2rel(catfile(absolutedir($d), $f), rel2abs($relativeto));
#print STDERR "DEBUG[cleanfile]: $d , $f => $res\n";
return $res;
}
# Store the name of the template file we will build the build file from
# in %config. This may be useful for the build file itself.
my @build_file_template_names =
( $builder_platform."-".$target{build_file}.".tmpl",
$target{build_file}.".tmpl" );
my @build_file_templates = ();
# First, look in the user provided directory, if given
if (defined env($local_config_envname)) {
@build_file_templates =
map {
if ($^O eq 'VMS') {
# VMS environment variables are logical names,
# which can be used as is
$local_config_envname . ':' . $_;
} else {
catfile(env($local_config_envname), $_);
}
}
@build_file_template_names;
}
# Then, look in our standard directory
push @build_file_templates,
( map { cleanfile($srcdir, catfile("Configurations", $_), $blddir) }
@build_file_template_names );
my $build_file_template;
for $_ (@build_file_templates) {
$build_file_template = $_;
last if -f $build_file_template;
$build_file_template = undef;
}
if (!defined $build_file_template) {
die "*** Couldn't find any of:\n", join("\n", @build_file_templates), "\n";
}
$config{build_file_templates}
= [ cleanfile($srcdir, catfile("Configurations", "common0.tmpl"),
$blddir),
$build_file_template,
cleanfile($srcdir, catfile("Configurations", "common.tmpl"),
$blddir) ];
my @build_dirs = ( [ ] ); # current directory
$config{build_infos} = [ ];
my %ordinals = ();
while (@build_dirs) {
my @curd = @{shift @build_dirs};
my $sourced = catdir($srcdir, @curd);
my $buildd = catdir($blddir, @curd);
my $unixdir = join('/', @curd);
if (exists $skipdir{$unixdir}) {
my $what = $skipdir{$unixdir};
push @{$disabled_info{$what}->{skipped}}, catdir(@curd);
next;
}
mkpath($buildd);
my $f = 'build.info';
# The basic things we're trying to build
my @programs = ();
my @libraries = ();
my @modules = ();
my @scripts = ();
my %sources = ();
my %shared_sources = ();
my %includes = ();
my %defines = ();
my %depends = ();
my %generate = ();
my %htmldocs = ();
my %mandocs = ();
# Support for $variablename in build.info files.
# Embedded perl code is the ultimate master, still. If its output
# contains a dollar sign, it had better be escaped, or it will be
# taken for a variable name prefix.
my %variables = ();
# Variable name syntax
my $variable_name_re = qr/(?P<VARIABLE>[[:alpha:]][[:alnum:]_]*)/;
# Value modifier syntaxes
my $variable_subst_re = qr/\/(?P<RE>(?:\\\/|.)*?)\/(?P<SUBST>.*?)/;
# Variable reference
my $variable_simple_re = qr/(?<!\\)\$${variable_name_re}/;
my $variable_w_mod_re =
qr/(?<!\\)\$\{${variable_name_re}(?P<MOD>(?:\\\/|.)*?)\}/;
# Tie it all together
my $variable_re = qr/${variable_simple_re}|${variable_w_mod_re}/;
my $expand_variables = sub {
my $value = '';
my $value_rest = shift;
if ($ENV{CONFIGURE_DEBUG_VARIABLE_EXPAND}) {
print STDERR
"DEBUG[\$expand_variables] Parsed '$value_rest' ...\n"
}
while ($value_rest =~ /${variable_re}/) {
# We must save important regexp values, because the next
# regexp clears them
my $mod = $+{MOD};
my $variable_value = $variables{$+{VARIABLE}};
$value_rest = $';
$value .= $`;
# Process modifier expressions, if present
if (defined $mod) {
if ($mod =~ /^${variable_subst_re}$/) {
my $re = $+{RE};
my $subst = $+{SUBST};
$variable_value =~ s/\Q$re\E/$subst/g;
if ($ENV{CONFIGURE_DEBUG_VARIABLE_EXPAND}) {
print STDERR
"DEBUG[\$expand_variables] ... and substituted ",
"'$re' with '$subst'\n";
}
}
}
$value .= $variable_value;
}
if ($ENV{CONFIGURE_DEBUG_VARIABLE_EXPAND}) {
print STDERR
"DEBUG[\$expand_variables] ... into: '$value$value_rest'\n";
}
return $value . $value_rest;
};
# Support for attributes in build.info files
my %attributes = ();
my $handle_attributes = sub {
my $attr_str = shift;
my $ref = shift;
my @goals = @_;
return unless defined $attr_str;
my @a = tokenize($attr_str, qr|\s*,\s*|);
foreach my $a (@a) {
my $ac = 1;
my $ak = $a;
my $av = 1;
if ($a =~ m|^(!)?(.*?)\s* = \s*(.*?)$|x) {
$ac = ! $1;
$ak = $2;
$av = $3;
}
foreach my $g (@goals) {
if ($ac) {
$$ref->{$g}->{$ak} = $av;
} else {
delete $$ref->{$g}->{$ak};
}
}
}
};
# Support for pushing values on multiple indexes of a given hash
# array.
my $push_to = sub {
my $valueref = shift;
my $index_str = shift; # May be undef or empty
my $attrref = shift; # May be undef
my $attr_str = shift;
my @values = @_;
if (defined $index_str) {
my @indexes = ( '' );
if ($index_str !~ m|^\s*$|) {
@indexes = tokenize($index_str);
}
foreach (@indexes) {
push @{$valueref->{$_}}, @values;
if (defined $attrref) {
$handle_attributes->($attr_str, \$$attrref->{$_},
@values);
}
}
} else {
push @$valueref, @values;
$handle_attributes->($attr_str, $attrref, @values)
if defined $attrref;
}
};
# We want to detect configdata.pm in the source tree, so we
# don't use it if the build tree is different.
my $src_configdata = cleanfile($srcdir, "configdata.pm", $blddir);
if ($buildinfo_debug) {
print STDERR "DEBUG: Reading ",catfile($sourced, $f),"\n";
}
push @{$config{build_infos}}, catfile(abs2rel($sourced, $blddir), $f);
my $template =
Text::Template->new(TYPE => 'FILE',
SOURCE => catfile($sourced, $f),
PREPEND => qq{use lib "$FindBin::Bin/util/perl";});
die "Something went wrong with $sourced/$f: $!\n" unless $template;
my @text =
split /^/m,
$template->fill_in(HASH => { config => \%config,
target => \%target,
disabled => \%disabled,
withargs => \%withargs,
builddir => abs2rel($buildd, $blddir),
sourcedir => abs2rel($sourced, $blddir),
buildtop => abs2rel($blddir, $blddir),
sourcetop => abs2rel($srcdir, $blddir) },
DELIMITERS => [ "{-", "-}" ]);
# The top item of this stack has the following values
# -2 positive already run and we found ELSE (following ELSIF should fail)
# -1 positive already run (skip until ENDIF)
# 0 negatives so far (if we're at a condition, check it)
# 1 last was positive (don't skip lines until next ELSE, ELSIF or ENDIF)
# 2 positive ELSE (following ELSIF should fail)
my @skip = ();
# A few useful generic regexps
my $index_re = qr/\[\s*(?P<INDEX>(?:\\.|.)*?)\s*\]/;
my $cond_re = qr/\[\s*(?P<COND>(?:\\.|.)*?)\s*\]/;
my $attribs_re = qr/(?:\{\s*(?P<ATTRIBS>(?:\\.|.)*?)\s*\})?/;
my $value_re = qr/\s*(?P<VALUE>.*?)\s*/;
collect_information(
collect_from_array([ @text ],
qr/\\$/ => sub { my $l1 = shift; my $l2 = shift;
$l1 =~ s/\\$//; $l1.$l2 }),
# Info we're looking for
qr/^\s* IF ${cond_re} \s*$/x
=> sub {
if (! @skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0) {
push @skip, !! $expand_variables->($+{COND});
} else {
push @skip, -1;
}
},
qr/^\s* ELSIF ${cond_re} \s*$/x
=> sub { die "ELSIF out of scope" if ! @skip;
die "ELSIF following ELSE" if abs($skip[$#skip]) == 2;
$skip[$#skip] = -1 if $skip[$#skip] != 0;
$skip[$#skip] = !! $expand_variables->($+{COND})
if $skip[$#skip] == 0; },
qr/^\s* ELSE \s*$/x
=> sub { die "ELSE out of scope" if ! @skip;
$skip[$#skip] = -2 if $skip[$#skip] != 0;
$skip[$#skip] = 2 if $skip[$#skip] == 0; },
qr/^\s* ENDIF \s*$/x
=> sub { die "ENDIF out of scope" if ! @skip;
pop @skip; },
qr/^\s* ${variable_re} \s* = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub {
if (!@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0) {
$variables{$+{VARIABLE}} = $expand_variables->($+{VALUE});
}
},
qr/^\s* SUBDIRS \s* = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub {
if (!@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0) {
foreach (tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE}))) {
push @build_dirs, [ @curd, splitdir($_, 1) ];
}
}
},
qr/^\s* PROGRAMS ${attribs_re} \s* = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\@programs, undef,
\$attributes{programs}, $+{ATTRIBS},
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* LIBS ${attribs_re} \s* = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\@libraries, undef,
\$attributes{libraries}, $+{ATTRIBS},
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* MODULES ${attribs_re} \s* = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\@modules, undef,
\$attributes{modules}, $+{ATTRIBS},
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* SCRIPTS ${attribs_re} \s* = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\@scripts, undef,
\$attributes{scripts}, $+{ATTRIBS},
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* HTMLDOCS ${index_re} = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\%htmldocs, $expand_variables->($+{INDEX}),
undef, undef,
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* MANDOCS ${index_re} = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\%mandocs, $expand_variables->($+{INDEX}),
undef, undef,
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* SOURCE ${index_re} = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\%sources, $expand_variables->($+{INDEX}),
undef, undef,
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* SHARED_SOURCE ${index_re} = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\%shared_sources, $expand_variables->($+{INDEX}),
undef, undef,
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* INCLUDE ${index_re} = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\%includes, $expand_variables->($+{INDEX}),
undef, undef,
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* DEFINE ${index_re} = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\%defines, $expand_variables->($+{INDEX}),
undef, undef,
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* DEPEND ${index_re} ${attribs_re} = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\%depends, $expand_variables->($+{INDEX}),
\$attributes{depends}, $+{ATTRIBS},
tokenize($expand_variables->($+{VALUE})))
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* GENERATE ${index_re} = ${value_re} $/x
=> sub { $push_to->(\%generate, $expand_variables->($+{INDEX}),
undef, undef, $+{VALUE})
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0; },
qr/^\s* (?:\#.*)? $/x => sub { },
"OTHERWISE" => sub { die "Something wrong with this line:\n$_\nat $sourced/$f" },
"BEFORE" => sub {
if ($buildinfo_debug) {
print STDERR "DEBUG: Parsing ",join(" ", @_),"\n";
print STDERR "DEBUG: ... before parsing, skip stack is ",join(" ", map { int($_) } @skip),"\n";
}
},
"AFTER" => sub {
if ($buildinfo_debug) {
print STDERR "DEBUG: .... after parsing, skip stack is ",join(" ", map { int($_) } @skip),"\n";
}
},
);
die "runaway IF?" if (@skip);
if (grep { defined $attributes{modules}->{$_}->{engine} } keys %attributes
and !$config{dynamic_engines}) {
die <<"EOF"
ENGINES can only be used if configured with 'dynamic-engine'.
This is usually a fault in a build.info file.
EOF
}
{
my %infos = ( programs => [ @programs ],
libraries => [ @libraries ],
modules => [ @modules ],
scripts => [ @scripts ] );
foreach my $k (keys %infos) {
foreach (@{$infos{$k}}) {
my $item = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
$unified_info{$k}->{$item} = 1;
# Fix up associated attributes
$unified_info{attributes}->{$k}->{$item} =
$attributes{$k}->{$_}
if defined $attributes{$k}->{$_};
}
}
}
# Check that we haven't defined any library as both shared and
# explicitly static. That is forbidden.
my @doubles = ();
foreach (grep /\.a$/, keys %{$unified_info{libraries}}) {
(my $l = $_) =~ s/\.a$//;
push @doubles, $l if defined $unified_info{libraries}->{$l};
}
die "these libraries are both explicitly static and shared:\n ",
join(" ", @doubles), "\n"
if @doubles;
foreach (keys %sources) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
foreach (@{$sources{$dest}}) {
my $s = cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If it's generated or we simply don't find it in the source
# tree, we assume it's in the build tree.
if ($s eq $src_configdata || $generate{$_} || ! -f $s) {
$s = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
# We recognise C++, C and asm files
if ($s =~ /\.(cc|cpp|c|s|S)$/) {
my $o = $_;
$o =~ s/\.[csS]$/.o/; # C and assembler
$o =~ s/\.(cc|cpp)$/_cc.o/; # C++
$o = cleanfile($buildd, $o, $blddir);
$unified_info{sources}->{$ddest}->{$o} = -1;
$unified_info{sources}->{$o}->{$s} = -1;
} elsif ($s =~ /\.rc$/) {
# We also recognise resource files
my $o = $_;
$o =~ s/\.rc$/.res/; # Resource configuration
my $o = cleanfile($buildd, $o, $blddir);
$unified_info{sources}->{$ddest}->{$o} = -1;
$unified_info{sources}->{$o}->{$s} = -1;
} else {
$unified_info{sources}->{$ddest}->{$s} = 1;
}
}
}
foreach (keys %shared_sources) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
foreach (@{$shared_sources{$dest}}) {
my $s = cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If it's generated or we simply don't find it in the source
# tree, we assume it's in the build tree.
if ($s eq $src_configdata || $generate{$_} || ! -f $s) {
$s = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
if ($s =~ /\.(cc|cpp|c|s|S)$/) {
# We recognise C++, C and asm files
my $o = $_;
$o =~ s/\.[csS]$/.o/; # C and assembler
$o =~ s/\.(cc|cpp)$/_cc.o/; # C++
$o = cleanfile($buildd, $o, $blddir);
$unified_info{shared_sources}->{$ddest}->{$o} = -1;
$unified_info{sources}->{$o}->{$s} = -1;
} elsif ($s =~ /\.rc$/) {
# We also recognise resource files
my $o = $_;
$o =~ s/\.rc$/.res/; # Resource configuration
my $o = cleanfile($buildd, $o, $blddir);
$unified_info{shared_sources}->{$ddest}->{$o} = -1;
$unified_info{sources}->{$o}->{$s} = -1;
} elsif ($s =~ /\.ld$/) {
# We also recognise linker scripts (or corresponding)
# We know they are generated files
my $ld = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
$unified_info{shared_sources}->{$ddest}->{$ld} = 1;
} else {
die "unrecognised source file type for shared library: $s\n";
}
}
}
foreach (keys %generate) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
die "more than one generator for $dest: "
,join(" ", @{$generate{$_}}),"\n"
if scalar @{$generate{$_}} > 1;
my @generator = split /\s+/, $generate{$dest}->[0];
my $gen = $generator[0];
$generator[0] = cleanfile($sourced, $gen, $blddir);
# If the generator is itself generated, it's in the build tree
if ($generate{$gen}) {
$generator[0] = cleanfile($buildd, $gen, $blddir);
}
$unified_info{generate}->{$ddest} = [ @generator ];
}
foreach (keys %depends) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = $dest eq "" ? "" : cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If the destination doesn't exist in source, it can only be
# a generated file in the build tree.
if ($ddest ne "" && ($ddest eq $src_configdata || ! -f $ddest)) {
$ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
foreach (@{$depends{$dest}}) {
my $d = cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If we know it's generated, or assume it is because we can't
# find it in the source tree, we set file we depend on to be
# in the build tree rather than the source tree.
if ($d eq $src_configdata
|| (grep { $d eq $_ }
map { cleanfile($srcdir, $_, $blddir) }
grep { /\.h$/ } keys %{$unified_info{generate}})
|| ! -f $d) {
$d = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
$unified_info{depends}->{$ddest}->{$d} = 1;
# Fix up associated attributes
$unified_info{attributes}->{depends}->{$ddest}->{$d} =
$attributes{depends}->{$dest}->{$_}
if defined $attributes{depends}->{$dest}->{$_};
}
}
foreach (keys %includes) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If the destination doesn't exist in source, it can only be
# a generated file in the build tree.
if ($ddest eq $src_configdata || ! -f $ddest) {
$ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
foreach (@{$includes{$dest}}) {
my $is = cleandir($sourced, $_, $blddir);
my $ib = cleandir($buildd, $_, $blddir);
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{source}}, $is
unless grep { $_ eq $is } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{source}};
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{build}}, $ib
unless grep { $_ eq $ib } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{build}};
}
}
foreach my $dest (keys %defines) {
my $ddest;
if ($dest ne "") {
$ddest = cleanfile($sourced, $dest, $blddir);
# If the destination doesn't exist in source, it can only
# be a generated file in the build tree.
if (! -f $ddest) {
$ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $dest, $blddir);
}
}
foreach my $v (@{$defines{$dest}}) {
$v =~ m|^([^=]*)(=.*)?$|;
die "0 length macro name not permitted\n" if $1 eq "";
if ($dest ne "") {
die "$1 defined more than once\n"
if defined $unified_info{defines}->{$ddest}->{$1};
$unified_info{defines}->{$ddest}->{$1} = $2;
} else {
die "$1 defined more than once\n"
if grep { $v eq $_ } @{$config{defines}};
push @{$config{defines}}, $v;
}
}
}
foreach my $section (keys %htmldocs) {
foreach (@{$htmldocs{$section}}) {
my $htmldocs = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
$unified_info{htmldocs}->{$section}->{$htmldocs} = 1;
}
}
foreach my $section (keys %mandocs) {
foreach (@{$mandocs{$section}}) {
my $mandocs = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
$unified_info{mandocs}->{$section}->{$mandocs} = 1;
}
}
}
my $ordinals_text = join(', ', sort keys %ordinals);
warn <<"EOF" if $ordinals_text;
WARNING: ORDINALS were specified for $ordinals_text
They are ignored and should be replaced with a combination of GENERATE,
DEPEND and SHARED_SOURCE.
EOF
# Go through the sources of all libraries and check that the same basename
# doesn't appear more than once. Some static library archivers depend on
# them being unique.
{
my $err = 0;
foreach my $prod (keys %{$unified_info{libraries}}) {
my @prod_sources =
map { keys %{$unified_info{sources}->{$_}} }
keys %{$unified_info{sources}->{$prod}};
my %srccnt = ();
# Count how many times a given each source basename
# appears for each product.
foreach my $src (@prod_sources) {
$srccnt{basename $src}++;
}
foreach my $src (keys %srccnt) {
if ((my $cnt = $srccnt{$src}) > 1) {
print STDERR "$src appears $cnt times for the product $prod\n";
$err++
}
}
}
die if $err > 0;
}
# Massage the result
# If we depend on a header file or a perl module, add an inclusion of
# its directory to allow smoothe inclusion
foreach my $dest (keys %{$unified_info{depends}}) {
next if $dest eq "";
foreach my $d (keys %{$unified_info{depends}->{$dest}}) {
next unless $d =~ /\.(h|pm)$/;
my $i = dirname($d);
my $spot =
$d eq "configdata.pm" || defined($unified_info{generate}->{$d})
? 'build' : 'source';
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$dest}->{$spot}}, $i
unless grep { $_ eq $i } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$dest}->{$spot}};
}
}
# Go through all intermediary files and change their names to something that
# reflects what they will be built for. Note that for some source files,
# this leads to duplicate object files because they are used multiple times.
# the goal is to rename all object files according to this scheme:
# {productname}-{midfix}-{origobjname}.[o|res]
# the {midfix} is a keyword indicating the type of product, which is mostly
# valuable for libraries since they come in two forms.
#
# This also reorganises the {sources} and {shared_sources} so that the
# former only contains ALL object files that are supposed to end up in
# static libraries and programs, while the latter contains ALL object files
# that are supposed to end up in shared libraries and DSOs.
# The main reason for having two different source structures is to allow
# the same name to be used for the static and the shared variants of a
# library.
{
# Take copies so we don't get interference from added stuff
my %unified_copy = ();
foreach (('sources', 'shared_sources')) {
$unified_copy{$_} = { %{$unified_info{$_}} }
if defined($unified_info{$_});
delete $unified_info{$_};
}
foreach my $prodtype (('programs', 'libraries', 'modules', 'scripts')) {
# $intent serves multi purposes:
# - give a prefix for the new object files names
# - in the case of libraries, rearrange the object files so static
# libraries use the 'sources' structure exclusively, while shared
# libraries use the 'shared_sources' structure exclusively.
my $intent = {
programs => { bin => { src => [ 'sources' ],
dst => 'sources' } },
libraries => { lib => { src => [ 'sources' ],
dst => 'sources' },
shlib => { prodselect =>
sub { grep !/\.a$/, @_ },
src => [ 'sources',
'shared_sources' ],
dst => 'shared_sources' } },
modules => { dso => { src => [ 'sources' ],
dst => 'sources' } },
scripts => { script => { src => [ 'sources' ],
dst => 'sources' } }
} -> {$prodtype};
foreach my $kind (keys %$intent) {
next if ($intent->{$kind}->{dst} eq 'shared_sources'
&& $disabled{shared});
my @src = @{$intent->{$kind}->{src}};
my $dst = $intent->{$kind}->{dst};
my $prodselect = $intent->{$kind}->{prodselect} // sub { @_ };
foreach my $prod ($prodselect->(keys %{$unified_info{$prodtype}})) {
# %prod_sources has all applicable objects as keys, and
# their corresponding sources as values
my %prod_sources =
map { $_ => [ keys %{$unified_copy{sources}->{$_}} ] }
map { keys %{$unified_copy{$_}->{$prod}} }
@src;
foreach (keys %prod_sources) {
# Only affect object files and resource files,
# the others simply get a new value
# (+1 instead of -1)
if ($_ =~ /\.(o|res)$/) {
(my $prodname = $prod) =~ s|\.a$||;
my $newobj =
catfile(dirname($_),
basename($prodname)
. '-' . $kind
. '-' . basename($_));
$unified_info{$dst}->{$prod}->{$newobj} = 1;
foreach my $src (@{$prod_sources{$_}}) {
$unified_info{sources}->{$newobj}->{$src} = 1;
}
# Adjust dependencies
foreach my $deps (keys %{$unified_info{depends}->{$_}}) {
$unified_info{depends}->{$_}->{$deps} = -1;
$unified_info{depends}->{$newobj}->{$deps} = 1;
}
# Adjust includes
foreach my $k (('source', 'build')) {
next unless
defined($unified_info{includes}->{$_}->{$k});
my @incs = @{$unified_info{includes}->{$_}->{$k}};
$unified_info{includes}->{$newobj}->{$k} = [ @incs ];
}
} else {
$unified_info{$dst}->{$prod}->{$_} = 1;