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#! /usr/bin/env perl
# -*- mode: perl; -*-
## Configure -- OpenSSL source tree configuration script
require 5.10.0;
use strict;
use File::Basename;
use File::Spec::Functions qw/:DEFAULT abs2rel rel2abs/;
use File::Path qw/mkpath/;
# see INSTALL for instructions.
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-dso] [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 or 1.1.0. Do not compile support for
# interfaces deprecated as of 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-dso do not compile in any native shared-library methods. This
# will ensure that all methods just return NULL.
# 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
# 386 generate 80386 code
# enable-weak-ssl-ciphers
# Enable weak ciphers that are disabled by default. This currently
# only includes RC4 based ciphers.
# no-sse2 disables IA-32 SSE2 code, above option implies no-sse2
# no-<cipher> build without specified algorithm (rsa, idea, rc5, ...)
# -<xxx> +<xxx> compiler options are passed through
#
# DEBUG_SAFESTACK use type-safe stacks to enforce type-safety on stack items
# provided to stack calls. Generates unique stack functions for
# each possible stack type.
# 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 assember,
# SHA1_ASM use some extra sha1 assember, must define L_ENDIAN for x86
# RMD160_ASM use some extra ripemd160 assember,
# SHA256_ASM sha256_block is implemented in assembler
# SHA512_ASM sha512_block is implemented in assembler
# AES_ASM ASE_[en|de]crypt is implemented in assembler
# Minimum warning options... any contributions to OpenSSL should at least get
# past these.
my $gcc_devteam_warn = "-DPEDANTIC -DREF_DEBUG -DDEBUG_UNUSED -DBIO_DEBUG"
. " -pedantic"
. " -Wall"
. " -Wno-long-long"
. " -Wsign-compare"
. " -Wmissing-prototypes"
. " -Wshadow"
. " -Wformat"
. " -Wtype-limits"
. " -Werror"
;
# 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:
# -Wswitch-enum
# -Wcast-align
# -Wunreachable-code
# -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 = ""
. " -Qunused-arguments"
. " -Wextra"
. " -Wno-unused-parameter"
. " -Wno-missing-field-initializers"
. " -Wno-language-extension-token"
. " -Wno-extended-offsetof"
. " -Wconditional-uninitialized"
. " -Wincompatible-pointer-types-discards-qualifiers"
. " -Wmissing-variable-declarations"
;
# This adds backtrace information to the memory leak info. Is only used
# when crypto-mdebug-backtrace is enabled.
my $memleak_devteam_backtrace = "-rdynamic";
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 compability name to version number mapping.
#
my $maxapi = "1.1.0"; # API for "no-deprecated" builds
my $apitable = {
"1.1.0" => "0x10100000L",
"1.0.0" => "0x10000000L",
"0.9.8" => "0x00908000L",
};
our %table = ();
our %config = ();
our %withargs = ();
# 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 evalutations, 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
my $dofile = abs2rel(catfile($srcdir, "util/dofile.pl"));
$config{sourcedir} = abs2rel($srcdir);
$config{builddir} = abs2rel($blddir);
# Collect version numbers
$config{version} = "unknown";
$config{version_num} = "unknown";
$config{shlib_version_number} = "unknown";
$config{shlib_version_history} = "unknown";
collect_information(
collect_from_file(catfile($srcdir,'include/openssl/opensslv.h')),
qr/OPENSSL.VERSION.TEXT.*OpenSSL (\S+) / => sub { $config{version} = $1; },
qr/OPENSSL.VERSION.NUMBER.*(0x\S+)/ => sub { $config{version_num}=$1 },
qr/SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER *"([^"]+)"/ => sub { $config{shlib_version_number}=$1 },
qr/SHLIB_VERSION_HISTORY *"([^"]*)"/ => sub { $config{shlib_version_history}=$1 }
);
if ($config{shlib_version_history} ne "") { $config{shlib_version_history} .= ":"; }
($config{major}, $config{minor})
= ($config{version} =~ /^([0-9]+)\.([0-9\.]+)/);
($config{shlib_major}, $config{shlib_minor})
= ($config{shlib_version_number} =~ /^([0-9]+)\.([0-9\.]+)/);
die "erroneous version information in opensslv.h: ",
"$config{major}, $config{minor}, $config{shlib_major}, $config{shlib_minor}\n"
if ($config{major} eq "" || $config{minor} eq ""
|| $config{shlib_major} eq "" || $config{shlib_minor} eq "");
# Collect target configurations
my $pattern = catfile(dirname($0), "Configurations", "*.conf");
foreach (sort glob($pattern) ) {
&read_config($_);
}
print "Configuring OpenSSL version $config{version} (0x$config{version_num})\n";
$config{prefix}="";
$config{openssldir}="";
$config{processor}="";
$config{libdir}="";
$config{cross_compile_prefix}="";
$config{fipslibdir}="/usr/local/ssl/fips-2.0/lib/";
my $nofipscanistercheck=0;
$config{baseaddr}="0xFB00000";
my $auto_threads=1; # enable threads automatically? true by default
my $default_ranlib;
$config{fips}=0;
# Top level directories to build
$config{dirs} = [ "crypto", "ssl", "engines", "apps", "test", "tools" ];
# crypto/ subdirectories to build
$config{sdirs} = [
"objects",
"md2", "md4", "md5", "sha", "mdc2", "hmac", "ripemd", "whrlpool", "poly1305", "blake2",
"des", "aes", "rc2", "rc4", "rc5", "idea", "bf", "cast", "camellia", "seed", "chacha", "modes",
"bn", "ec", "rsa", "dsa", "dh", "dso", "engine",
"buffer", "bio", "stack", "lhash", "rand", "err",
"evp", "asn1", "pem", "x509", "x509v3", "conf", "txt_db", "pkcs7", "pkcs12", "comp", "ocsp", "ui",
"cms", "ts", "srp", "cmac", "ct", "async", "kdf"
];
# Known TLS and DTLS protocols
my @tls = qw(ssl3 tls1 tls1_1 tls1_2);
my @dtls = qw(dtls1 dtls1_2);
# Explicitelly known options that are possible to disable. They can
# be regexps, and will be used like this: /^no-${option}$/
# For developers: keep it sorted alphabetically
my @disablables = (
"aes",
"afalgeng",
"asm",
"async",
"autoalginit",
"autoerrinit",
"bf",
"blake2",
"camellia",
"capieng",
"cast",
"chacha",
"cmac",
"cms",
"comp",
"crypto-mdebug",
"crypto-mdebug-backtrace",
"ct",
"deprecated",
"des",
"dgram",
"dh",
"dsa",
"dso",
"dtls",
"dynamic-engine",
"ec",
"ec2m",
"ecdh",
"ecdsa",
"ec_nistp_64_gcc_128",
"egd",
"engine",
"err",
"filenames",
"gost",
"heartbeats",
"hmac",
"hw(-.+)?",
"idea",
"makedepend",
"md2",
"md4",
"md5",
"mdc2",
"multiblock",
"nextprotoneg",
"ocb",
"ocsp",
"pic",
"poly1305",
"posix-io",
"psk",
"rc2",
"rc4",
"rc5",
"rdrand",
"rfc3779",
"ripemd",
"rmd160",
"rsa",
"scrypt",
"sct",
"sctp",
"seed",
"sha",
"shared",
"sock",
"srp",
"srtp",
"sse2",
"ssl",
"ssl-trace",
"static-engine",
"stdio",
"threads",
"tls",
"ts",
"ui",
"unit-test",
"whirlpool",
"weak-ssl-ciphers",
"zlib",
"zlib-dynamic",
);
foreach my $proto ((@tls, @dtls))
{
push(@disablables, $proto);
push(@disablables, "$proto-method");
}
my @deprecated_disablables = (
"ssl2",
);
# All of the following is disabled by default (RC5 was enabled before 0.9.8):
our %disabled = ( # "what" => "comment"
"ec_nistp_64_gcc_128" => "default",
"egd" => "default",
"md2" => "default",
"rc5" => "default",
"sctp" => "default",
"shared" => "default",
"ssl-trace" => "default",
"ssl3" => "default",
"ssl3-method" => "default",
"unit-test" => "default",
"weak-ssl-ciphers" => "default",
"zlib" => "default",
"zlib-dynamic" => "default",
"crypto-mdebug" => "default",
"heartbeats" => "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" ],
"dgram" => [ "dtls", "sctp" ],
"dtls" => [ @dtls ],
# SSL 3.0, (D)TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 require MD5 and SHA
"md5" => [ "ssl", "tls1", "tls1_1", "dtls1" ],
"sha" => [ "ssl", "tls1", "tls1_1", "dtls1" ],
# Additionally, SSL 3.0 requires either RSA or DSA+DH
sub { $disabled{rsa}
&& ($disabled{dsa} || $disabled{dh}); }
=> [ "ssl" ],
# (D)TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 also require either RSA or DSA+DH
# or ECDSA + ECDH. (D)TLS 1.2 has this requirement as well.
# (XXX: We don't support PSK-only builds).
sub { $disabled{rsa}
&& ($disabled{dsa} || $disabled{dh})
&& ($disabled{ecdsa} || $disabled{ecdh}); }
=> [ "tls1", "tls1_1", "tls1_2",
"dtls1", "dtls1_2" ],
"tls" => [ @tls ],
# SRP and HEARTBEATS require TLSEXT
"tlsext" => [ "srp", "heartbeats" ],
"crypto-mdebug" => [ "crypto-mdebug-backtrace" ],
# Without DSO, we can't load dynamic engines, so don't build them dynamic
"dso" => [ "dynamic-engine" ],
# Without position independent code, there can be no shared libraries or DSOs
"pic" => [ "shared" ],
"shared" => [ "dynamic-engine" ],
"engine" => [ "afalgeng" ],
"comp" => [ "zlib" ],
);
# 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".
my @generated_headers = (
"include/openssl/opensslconf.h",
"crypto/include/internal/bn_conf.h",
"crypto/include/internal/dso_conf.h"
);
my @generated_by_make_headers = (
"crypto/buildinf.h"
);
my $no_sse2=0;
&usage if ($#ARGV < 0);
my $user_cflags="";
my @user_defines=();
$config{openssl_api_defines}=[];
$config{openssl_algorithm_defines}=[];
$config{openssl_thread_defines}=[];
$config{openssl_sys_defines}=[];
$config{openssl_other_defines}=[];
my $libs="";
my $target="";
$config{options}="";
$config{build_type} = "release";
my $classic = 0;
my @argvcopy=@ARGV;
if (grep /^reconf(igure)?$/, @argvcopy) {
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));
$ENV{CROSS_COMPILE} = $configdata::config{cross_compile_prefix}
if defined($configdata::config{cross_compile_prefix});
$ENV{CROSS_COMPILE} = $configdata::config{cc}
if defined($configdata::config{cc});
print "Reconfiguring with: ", join(" ",@argvcopy), "\n";
print " CROSS_COMPILE = ",$ENV{CROSS_COMPILE},"\n"
if $ENV{CROSS_COMPILE};
print " CC = ",$ENV{CC},"\n" if $ENV{CC};
} elsif (open IN, "<Makefile") {
#
# THIS SECTION IS TEMPORARY, it helps transitioning from Makefile
# centered information gathering the reading configdata.pm
#
while (<IN>) {
s|\R$||;
if (/^CONFIGURE_ARGS=\s*(.*)\s*/) {
# Older form, we split the string and hope for the best
@argvcopy = split /\s+/, $_;
die "Incorrect data to reconfigure, please do a normal configuration\n"
if (grep(/^reconf/,@argvcopy));
} elsif (/^CROSS_COMPILE=\s*(.*)/) {
$ENV{CROSS_COMPILE}=$1;
} elsif (/^CC=\s*(?:\$\(CROSS_COMPILE\))?(.*?)$/) {
$ENV{CC}=$1;
}
}
#
# END OF TEMPORARY SECTION
#
} else {
die "Insufficient data to reconfigure, please do a normal configuration\n";
}
}
$config{perlargv} = [ @argvcopy ];
my %unsupported_options = ();
my %deprecated_options = ();
foreach (@argvcopy)
{
# VMS is a case insensitive environment, and depending on settings
# out of our control, we may receive options uppercased. Let's
# downcase at least the part before any equal sign.
if ($^O eq "VMS")
{
s/^([^=]*)/lc($1)/e;
}
s /^-no-/no-/; # some people just can't read the instructions
# rewrite some options in "enable-..." form
s /^-?-?shared$/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 (grep { $word =~ /^${_}$/ } @deprecated_disablables)
{
$deprecated_options{$_} = 1;
next;
}
elsif (!grep { $word =~ /^${_}$/ } @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";
}
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 ($1 eq "threads");
}
elsif (/^--strict-warnings$/)
{
$strict_warnings = 1;
}
elsif (/^--debug$/)
{
$config{build_type} = "debug";
}
elsif (/^--release$/)
{
$config{build_type} = "release";
}
elsif (/^386$/)
{ $config{processor}=386; }
elsif (/^fips$/)
{
$config{fips}=1;
}
elsif (/^rsaref$/)
{
# No RSAref support any more since it's not needed.
# The check for the option is there so scripts aren't
# broken
}
elsif (/^nofipscanistercheck$/)
{
$config{fips} = 1;
$nofipscanistercheck = 1;
}
elsif (/^[-+]/)
{
if (/^--classic$/)
{
$classic=1;
}
elsif (/^--prefix=(.*)$/)
{
$config{prefix}=$1;
die "Directory given with --prefix MUST be absolute\n"
unless file_name_is_absolute($config{prefix});
}
elsif (/^--api=(.*)$/)
{
$config{api}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--libdir=(.*)$/)
{
$config{libdir}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--openssldir=(.*)$/)
{
$config{openssldir}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-zlib-lib=(.*)$/)
{
$withargs{zlib_lib}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-zlib-include=(.*)$/)
{
$withargs{zlib_include}="-I$1";
}
elsif (/^--with-fipslibdir=(.*)$/)
{
$config{fipslibdir}="$1/";
}
elsif (/^--with-baseaddr=(.*)$/)
{
$config{baseaddr}="$1";
}
elsif (/^--cross-compile-prefix=(.*)$/)
{
$config{cross_compile_prefix}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--config=(.*)$/)
{
read_config $1;
}
elsif (/^-[lL](.*)$/ or /^-Wl,/)
{
$libs.=$_." ";
}
elsif (/^-D(.*)$/)
{
push @user_defines, $1;
}
else # common if (/^[-+]/), just pass down...
{
$_ =~ s/%([0-9a-f]{1,2})/chr(hex($1))/gei;
$user_cflags.=" ".$_;
}
}
else
{
die "target already defined - $target (offending arg: $_)\n" if ($target ne "");
$target=$_;
}
unless ($_ eq $target || /^no-/ || /^disable-/)
{
# "no-..." follows later after implied disactivations
# have been derived. (Don't take this too seroiusly,
# we really only write OPTIONS to the Makefile out of
# nostalgia.)
if ($config{options} eq "")
{ $config{options} = $_; }
else
{ $config{options} .= " ".$_; }
}
if (defined($config{api}) && !exists $apitable->{$config{api}}) {
die "***** Unsupported api compatibility level: $config{api}\n",
}
if (keys %deprecated_options)
{
warn "***** Deprecated options: ",
join(", ", keys %deprecated_options), "\n";
}
if (keys %unsupported_options)
{
die "***** Unsupported options: ",
join(", ", keys %unsupported_options), "\n";
}
}
if ($config{fips})
{
delete $disabled{"shared"} if ($disabled{"shared"} =~ /^default/);
}
else
{
@{$config{dirs}} = grep !/^fips$/, @{$config{dirs}};
}
my @tocheckfor = (keys %disabled);
while (@tocheckfor) {
my %new_tocheckfor = ();
my @cascade_copy = (@disable_cascades);
while (@cascade_copy) {
my ($test, $descendents) = (shift @cascade_copy, shift @cascade_copy);
if (ref($test) eq "CODE" ? $test->() : defined($disabled{$test})) {
map {
$new_tocheckfor{$_} = 1; $disabled{$_} = "forced";
} grep { !defined($disabled{$_}) } @$descendents;
}
}
@tocheckfor = (keys %new_tocheckfor);
}
if ($target eq "TABLE") {
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 ($target eq "HASH") {
print "%table = (\n";
foreach (sort keys %table) {
print_table_entry($_, "HASH");
}
exit 0;
}
# Backward compatibility?
if ($target =~ m/^CygWin32(-.*)$/) {
$target = "Cygwin".$1;
}
foreach (sort (keys %disabled))
{
$config{options} .= " no-$_";
printf " no-%-12s %-10s", $_, "[$disabled{$_}]";
if (/^dso$/)
{ }
elsif (/^threads$/)
{ }
elsif (/^shared$/)
{ }
elsif (/^pic$/)
{ }
elsif (/^zlib$/)
{ }
elsif (/^dynamic-engine$/)
{ }
elsif (/^makedepend$/)
{ }
elsif (/^zlib-dynamic$/)
{ }
elsif (/^sse2$/)
{ $no_sse2 = 1; }
elsif (/^engine$/)
{
@{$config{dirs}} = grep !/^engines$/, @{$config{dirs}};
@{$config{sdirs}} = grep !/^engine$/, @{$config{sdirs}};
push @{$config{openssl_other_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_ENGINE";
}
else
{
my ($ALGO, $algo);
($ALGO = $algo = $_) =~ tr/[\-a-z]/[_A-Z]/;
if (/^asm$/ || /^err$/ || /^hw$/ || /^hw-/ || /^async$/
|| /^autoalginit/ || /^autoerrinit/)
{
push @{$config{openssl_other_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_$ALGO";
print " OPENSSL_NO_$ALGO";
if (/^err$/) { push @user_defines, "OPENSSL_NO_ERR"; }
}
else
{
($ALGO,$algo) = ("RMD160","rmd160") if ($algo eq "ripemd");
push @{$config{openssl_algorithm_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_$ALGO";
print " OPENSSL_NO_$ALGO";
# fix-up crypto/directory name(s)
$algo="whrlpool" if $algo eq "whirlpool";
$algo="ripemd" if $algo eq "rmd160";
@{$config{sdirs}} = grep { $_ ne $algo} @{$config{sdirs}};
print " (skip dir)";
}
}
print "\n";
}
print "Configuring for $target\n";
# Support for legacy targets having a name starting with 'debug-'
my ($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;
}
}
$config{target} = $target;
my %target = resolve_config($target);
&usage if (!%target || $target{template});
%target = ( %{$table{DEFAULTS}}, %target );
$target{exe_extension}="";
$target{exe_extension}=".exe" if ($config{target} eq "DJGPP"
|| $config{target} =~ /^(?:Cygwin|mingw)/);
$target{exe_extension}=".pm" if ($config{target} =~ /vos/);
($target{shared_extension_simple}=$target{shared_extension})
=~ s|\.\$\(SHLIB_MAJOR\)\.\$\(SHLIB_MINOR\)||;
$target{dso_extension}=$target{shared_extension_simple};
($target{shared_import_extension}=$target{shared_extension_simple}.".a")
if ($config{target} =~ /^(?:Cygwin|mingw)/);
$config{cross_compile_prefix} = $ENV{'CROSS_COMPILE'}
if $config{cross_compile_prefix} eq "";
# Allow overriding the names of some tools. USE WITH CARE
$config{perl} = $ENV{'PERL'} || which("perl5") || which("perl") || "perl";
$target{cc} = $ENV{'CC'} || $target{cc} || "cc";
$target{ranlib} = $ENV{'RANLIB'} || $target{ranlib} || which("ranlib") || "true";
$target{ar} = $ENV{'AR'} || $target{ar} || "ar";
$target{nm} = $ENV{'NM'} || $target{nm} || "nm";
# For cflags, lflags, plib_lflags, ex_libs and defines, add the debug_
# or release_ attributes.
# Do it in such a way that no spurious space is appended (hence the grep).
$config{defines} = [];
$config{cflags} = "";
$config{ex_libs} = "";
$config{shared_ldflag} = "";
# Make sure build_scheme is consistent.
$target{build_scheme} = [ $target{build_scheme} ]
if ref($target{build_scheme}) ne "ARRAY";
###### TO BE REMOVED WHEN CLASSIC BUILD IS REMOVED
######
###### If the user has chosen --classic, we give it to them.
###### If they try that with an out-of-source config, we complain.
if ($target{build_scheme}->[0] eq "unified" && $classic) {
die "Can't perform a classic build out of source tree\n"
if $srcdir ne $blddir;
$target{build_scheme} = { unix => [ "unixmake" ],
windows => undef,
VMS => undef } -> {$target{build_scheme}->[1]};
die "Classic mode unavailable on this platform\n"
unless defined($target{build_scheme});
}
my ($builder, $builder_platform, @builder_opts) =
@{$target{build_scheme}};
if ($target =~ /^mingw/ && `$target{cc} --target-help 2>&1` =~ m/-mno-cygwin/m)
{
$config{cflags} .= " -mno-cygwin";
$config{shared_ldflag} .= " -mno-cygwin";
}
if ($target =~ /linux.*-mips/ && !$disabled{asm} && $user_cflags !~ /-m(ips|arch=)/) {
# minimally required architecture flags for assembly modules
$config{cflags}="-mips2 $config{cflags}" if ($target =~ /mips32/);
$config{cflags}="-mips3 $config{cflags}" if ($target =~ /mips64/);
}
my $no_shared_warn=0;
my $no_user_cflags=0;
my $no_user_defines=0;
# The DSO code currently always implements all functions so that no
# applications will have to worry about that from a compilation point
# of view. However, the "method"s may return zero unless that platform
# has support compiled in for them. Currently each method is enabled
# by a define "DSO_<name>" ... we translate the "dso_scheme" config
# string entry into using the following logic;
if (!$disabled{dso} && $target{dso_scheme} ne "")
{
$target{dso_scheme} =~ tr/[a-z]/[A-Z]/;
if ($target{dso_scheme} eq "DLFCN")
{
unshift @{$config{defines}}, "DSO_DLFCN", "HAVE_DLFCN_H";
}
elsif ($target{dso_scheme} eq "DLFCN_NO_H")
{
unshift @{$config{defines}}, "DSO_DLFCN";
}
else
{
unshift @{$config{defines}}, "DSO_$target{dso_scheme}";
}
}
$config{ex_libs}="$libs$config{ex_libs}" if ($libs ne "");
if ($disabled{asm})
{
if ($config{fips})
{
@{$config{defines}} = grep !/^[BL]_ENDIAN$/, @{$config{defines}};
@{$target{defines}} = grep !/^[BL]_ENDIAN$/, @{$target{defines}};
}
}
# 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)") {
$disabled{threads} = "unavailable";
}
} else {
# The user chose to enable threads explicitely, let's see
# if there's a chance that's possible
if ($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 ($no_user_cflags && $no_user_defines) {
die "You asked for multi-threading support, but didn't\n"
,"provide any system-specific compiler options\n";
}
}
}
}
# If threads still aren't disabled, add a C macro to ensure the source
# code knows about it. Any other flag is taken care of by the configs.
unless($disabled{threads}) {
foreach (("defines", "openssl_thread_defines")) {
push @{$config{$_}}, "OPENSSL_THREADS";
}
}
# With "deprecated" disable all deprecated features.
if (defined($disabled{"deprecated"})) {
$config{api} = $maxapi;
}
if ($target{shared_target} eq "")
{
$no_shared_warn = 1
if ((!$disabled{shared} || !$disabled{"dynamic-engine"})
&& !$config{fips});
$disabled{shared} = "no-shared-target";
$disabled{pic} = $disabled{shared} = $disabled{"dynamic-engine"} =
"no-shared-target";
}
if ($disabled{"dynamic-engine"}) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_DYNAMIC_ENGINE";
$config{dynamic_engines} = 0;
} else {
push @{$config{defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_STATIC_ENGINE";
$config{dynamic_engines} = 1;
}
#
# Platform fix-ups
#
# This saves the build files from having to check
if ($disabled{pic})
{
$target{shared_cflag} = $target{shared_ldflag} =
$target{shared_rcflag} = "";
}
else
{
push @{$config{defines}}, "OPENSSL_PIC";
}
if ($target{sys_id} ne "")
{
push @{$config{openssl_sys_defines}}, "OPENSSL_SYS_$target{sys_id}";
}
unless ($disabled{asm}) {
$target{cpuid_asm_src}=$table{DEFAULTS}->{cpuid_asm_src} if ($config{processor} eq "386");
$target{bn_asm_src} =~ s/\w+-gf2m.c// if (defined($disabled{ec2m}));
# bn-586 is the only one implementing bn_*_part_words
push @{$config{defines}}, "OPENSSL_BN_ASM_PART_WORDS" if ($target{bn_asm_src} =~ /bn-586/);
push @{$config{defines}}, "OPENSSL_IA32_SSE2" if (!$no_sse2 && $target{bn_asm_src} =~ /86/);
push @{$config{defines}}, "OPENSSL_BN_ASM_MONT" if ($target{bn_asm_src} =~ /-mont/);
push @{$config{defines}}, "OPENSSL_BN_ASM_MONT5" if ($target{bn_asm_src} =~ /-mont5/);
push @{$config{defines}}, "OPENSSL_BN_ASM_GF2m" if ($target{bn_asm_src} =~ /-gf2m/);
if ($config{fips}) {
push @{$config{openssl_other_defines}}, "OPENSSL_FIPS";
}
if ($target{sha1_asm_src}) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "SHA1_ASM" if ($target{sha1_asm_src} =~ /sx86/ || $target{sha1_asm_src} =~ /sha1/);
push @{$config{defines}}, "SHA256_ASM" if ($target{sha1_asm_src} =~ /sha256/);
push @{$config{defines}}, "SHA512_ASM" if ($target{sha1_asm_src} =~ /sha512/);
}
if ($target{md5_asm_src}) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "MD5_ASM";
}
$target{cast_asm_src}=$table{DEFAULTS}->{cast_asm_src} unless $disabled{pic}; # CAST assembler is not PIC
if ($target{rmd160_asm_src}) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "RMD160_ASM";
}
if ($target{aes_asm_src}) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "AES_ASM" if ($target{aes_asm_src} =~ m/\baes-/);;
# aes-ctr.fake is not a real file, only indication that assembler
# module implements AES_ctr32_encrypt...
push @{$config{defines}}, "AES_CTR_ASM" if ($target{aes_asm_src} =~ s/\s*aes-ctr\.fake//);
# aes-xts.fake indicates presence of AES_xts_[en|de]crypt...
push @{$config{defines}}, "AES_XTS_ASM" if ($target{aes_asm_src} =~ s/\s*aes-xts\.fake//);
$target{aes_asm_src} =~ s/\s*(vpaes|aesni)-x86\.s//g if ($no_sse2);
push @{$config{defines}}, "VPAES_ASM" if ($target{aes_asm_src} =~ m/vpaes/);
push @{$config{defines}}, "BSAES_ASM" if ($target{aes_asm_src} =~ m/bsaes/);
}
if ($target{wp_asm_src} =~ /mmx/) {
if ($config{processor} eq "386") {
$target{wp_asm_src}=$table{DEFAULTS}->{wp_asm_src};
} elsif (!$disabled{"whirlpool"}) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "WHIRLPOOL_ASM";
}
}
if ($target{modes_asm_src} =~ /ghash-/) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "GHASH_ASM";
}
if ($target{ec_asm_src} =~ /ecp_nistz256/) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "ECP_NISTZ256_ASM";
}
if ($target{poly1305_asm_src} ne "") {
push @{$config{defines}}, "POLY1305_ASM";
}
}
my $ecc = $target{cc};
if ($^O ne "VMS" && !$disabled{makedepend}) {
# Is the compiler gcc or clang? $ecc is used below to see if
# error-checking can be turned on.
my $ccpcc = "$config{cross_compile_prefix}$target{cc}";
open(PIPE, "$ccpcc --version 2>&1 |");
my $lines = 2;
while ( <PIPE> ) {
# Find the version number and save the major.
m|(?:.*)\b(\d+)\.\d+\.\d+\b(?:.*)|;
my $compiler_major = $1;
# We know that GNU C version 3 and up as well as all clang
# versions support dependency generation
$config{makedepprog} = $ccpcc
if (/clang/ || (/gcc/ && $compiler_major > 3));
$ecc = "clang" if /clang/;
$ecc = "gcc" if /gcc/;
last if ($config{makedepprog} || !$lines--);
}
close(PIPE);
$config{makedepprog} = which('makedepend') unless $config{makedepprog};
$disabled{makedepend} = "unavailable" unless $config{makedepprog};
}
# Deal with bn_ops ###################################################
$config{bn_ll} =0;
$config{export_var_as_fn} =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{export_var_as_fn}=1 if $_ eq 'EXPORT_VAR_AS_FN';
$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;
# Hack cflags for better warnings (dev option) #######################
# "Stringify" the C flags string. This permits it to be made part of a string
# and works as well on command lines.
$config{cflags} =~ s/([\\\"])/\\$1/g;
if (defined($config{api})) {
$config{openssl_api_defines} = [ "OPENSSL_MIN_API=".$apitable->{$config{api}} ];
my $apiflag = sprintf("OPENSSL_API_COMPAT=%s", $apitable->{$config{api}});
push @{$config{defines}}, $apiflag;
}
if ($strict_warnings)
{
my $wopt;
die "ERROR --strict-warnings requires gcc or clang"
unless $ecc eq 'gcc' || $ecc eq 'clang';
foreach $wopt (split /\s+/, $gcc_devteam_warn)
{
$config{cflags} .= " $wopt" unless ($config{cflags} =~ /(?:^|\s)$wopt(?:\s|$)/)
}
if ($ecc eq "clang")
{
foreach $wopt (split /\s+/, $clang_devteam_warn)
{
$config{cflags} .= " $wopt" unless ($config{cflags} =~ /(?:^|\s)$wopt(?:\s|$)/)
}
}
}
unless ($disabled{"crypto-mdebug-backtrace"})
{
foreach my $wopt (split /\s+/, $memleak_devteam_backtrace)
{
$config{cflags} .= " $wopt" unless ($config{cflags} =~ /(?:^|\s)$wopt(?:\s|$)/)
}
if ($target =~ /^BSD-/)
{
$config{ex_libs} .= " -lexecinfo";
}
}
if ($user_cflags ne "") { $config{cflags}="$config{cflags}$user_cflags"; }
else { $no_user_cflags=1; }
if (@user_defines) { $config{defines}=[ @{$config{defines}}, @user_defines ]; }
else { $no_user_defines=1; }
# ALL MODIFICATIONS TO %config and %target MUST BE DONE FROM HERE ON
unless ($disabled{afalgeng}) {
$config{afalgeng}="";
if ($target =~ m/^linux/) {
my $minver = 4*10000 + 1*100 + 0;
if ($config{cross_compile_prefix} eq "") {
my $verstr = `uname -r`;
my ($ma, $mi1, $mi2) = split("\\.", $verstr);
($mi2) = $mi2 =~ /(\d+)/;
my $ver = $ma*10000 + $mi1*100 + $mi2;
if ($ver < $minver) {
$disabled{afalgeng} = "too-old-kernel";
} else {
push @{$config{engdirs}}, "afalg";
}
} else {
$disabled{afalgeng} = "cross-compiling";
}
} else {
$disabled{afalgeng} = "not-linux";
}
}
push @{$config{openssl_other_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_AFALGENG" if ($disabled{afalgeng});
# 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") {
# 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 $build_file_template =
catfile($srcdir, "Configurations",
$builder_platform."-".$target{build_file}.".tmpl");
$build_file_template =
catfile($srcdir, "Configurations", $target{build_file}.".tmpl")
if (! -f $build_file_template);
$config{build_file_template} = $build_file_template;
use lib catdir(dirname(__FILE__),"util");
use with_fallback qw(Text::Template);
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 $res;
}
my @build_infos = ( [ ".", "build.info" ] );
foreach (@{$config{dirs}}) {
push @build_infos, [ $_, "build.info" ]
if (-f catfile($srcdir, $_, "build.info"));
}
foreach (@{$config{sdirs}}) {
push @build_infos, [ catdir("crypto", $_), "build.info" ]
if (-f catfile($srcdir, "crypto", $_, "build.info"));
}
foreach (@{$config{engdirs}}) {
push @build_infos, [ catdir("engines", $_), "build.info" ]
if (-f catfile($srcdir, "engines", $_, "build.info"));
}
$config{build_infos} = [ ];
foreach (@build_infos) {
my $sourced = catdir($srcdir, $_->[0]);
my $buildd = catdir($blddir, $_->[0]);
mkpath($buildd);
my $f = $_->[1];
# The basic things we're trying to build
my @programs = ();
my @libraries = ();
my @engines = ();
my @scripts = ();
my @extra = ();
my @overrides = ();
my @intermediates = ();
my @rawlines = ();
my %ordinals = ();
my %sources = ();
my %shared_sources = ();
my %includes = ();
my %depends = ();
my %renames = ();
my %sharednames = ();
my %generate = ();
push @{$config{build_infos}}, catfile(abs2rel($sourced, $blddir), $f);
my $template = Text::Template->new(TYPE => 'FILE',
SOURCE => catfile($sourced, $f));
die "Something went wrong with $sourced/$f: $!\n" unless $template;
my @text =
split /^/m,
$template->fill_in(HASH => { config => \%config,
target => \%target,
disabled => \%disabled,
builddir => abs2rel($buildd, $blddir),
sourcedir => abs2rel($sourced, $blddir),
buildtop => abs2rel($blddir, $blddir),
sourcetop => abs2rel($srcdir, $blddir) },
DELIMITERS => [ "{-", "-}" ]);
# The top item of this stack has the following values
# -2 positive already run and we found ELSE (following ELSIF should fail)
# -1 positive already run (skip until ENDIF)
# 0 negatives so far (if we're at a condition, check it)
# 1 last was positive (don't skip lines until next ELSE, ELSIF or ENDIF)
# 2 positive ELSE (following ELSIF should fail)
my @skip = ();
collect_information(
collect_from_array([ @text ],
qr/\\$/ => sub { my $l1 = shift; my $l2 = shift;
$l1 =~ s/\\$//; $l1.$l2 }),
# Info we're looking for
qr/^\s*IF\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])*)\]\s*$/
=> sub {
if (! @skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0) {
push @skip, !! $1;
} else {
push @skip, -1;
}
},
qr/^\s*ELSIF\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])*)\]\s*$/
=> sub { die "ELSIF out of scope" if ! @skip;
die "ELSIF following ELSE" if abs($skip[$#skip]) == 2;
$skip[$#skip] = -1 if $skip[$#skip] != 0;
$skip[$#skip] = !! $1
if $skip[$#skip] == 0; },
qr/^\s*ELSE\s*$/
=> 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*$/
=> sub { die "ENDIF out of scope" if ! @skip;
pop @skip; },
qr/^\s*PROGRAMS\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @programs, split(/\s+/, $1)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*LIBS\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @libraries, split(/\s+/, $1)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*ENGINES\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @engines, split(/\s+/, $1)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*SCRIPTS\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @scripts, split(/\s+/, $1)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*EXTRA\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @extra, split(/\s+/, $1)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*OVERRIDES\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @overrides, split(/\s+/, $1)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*ORDINALS\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/,
=> sub { push @{$ordinals{$1}}, split(/\s+/, $2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*SOURCE\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$sources{$1}}, split(/\s+/, $2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*SHARED_SOURCE\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$shared_sources{$1}}, split(/\s+/, $2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*INCLUDE\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$includes{$1}}, split(/\s+/, $2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*DEPEND\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$depends{$1}}, split(/\s+/, $2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*GENERATE\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$generate{$1}}, $2
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*RENAME\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$renames{$1}}, split(/\s+/, $2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*SHARED_NAME\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$sharednames{$1}}, split(/\s+/, $2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*BEGINRAW\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*$/
=> sub {
my $lineiterator = shift;
my $target_kind = $1;
while (defined $lineiterator->()) {
s|\R$||;
if (/^\s*ENDRAW\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*$/) {
die "ENDRAW doesn't match BEGINRAW"
if $1 ne $target_kind;
last;
}
next if @skip && $skip[$#skip] <= 0;
push @rawlines, $_
if ($target_kind eq $target{build_file}
|| $target_kind eq $target{build_file}."(".$builder_platform.")");
}
},
qr/^(?:#.*|\s*)$/ => sub { },
"OTHERWISE" => sub { die "Something wrong with this line:\n$_\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);
foreach (keys %renames) {
die "$_ renamed to more than one thing: "
,join(" ", @{$renames{$_}}),"\n"
if scalar @{$renames{$_}} > 1;
my $dest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
my $to = cleanfile($buildd, $renames{$_}->[0], $blddir);
die "$dest renamed to more than one thing: "
,$unified_info{rename}->{$dest}, $to
unless !defined($unified_info{rename}->{$dest})
or $unified_info{rename}->{$dest} eq $to;
$unified_info{rename}->{$dest} = $to;
}
foreach (@programs) {
my $program = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$program}) {
$program = $unified_info{rename}->{$program};
}
$unified_info{programs}->{$program} = 1;
}
foreach (@libraries) {
my $library = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$library}) {
$library = $unified_info{rename}->{$library};
}
$unified_info{libraries}->{$library} = 1;
}
die <<"EOF" if scalar @engines and !$config{dynamic_engines};
ENGINES can only be used if configured with 'dynamic-engine'.
This is usually a fault in a build.info file.
EOF
foreach (@engines) {
my $library = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$library}) {
$library = $unified_info{rename}->{$library};
}
$unified_info{engines}->{$library} = 1;
}
foreach (@scripts) {
my $script = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$script}) {
$script = $unified_info{rename}->{$script};
}
$unified_info{scripts}->{$script} = 1;
}
foreach (@extra) {
my $extra = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
$unified_info{extra}->{$extra} = 1;
}
foreach (@overrides) {
my $override = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
$unified_info{overrides}->{$override} = 1;
}
push @{$unified_info{rawlines}}, @rawlines;
unless ($disabled{shared}) {
# Check sharednames.
foreach (keys %sharednames) {
my $dest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$dest}) {
$dest = $unified_info{rename}->{$dest};
}
die "shared_name for $dest with multiple values: "
,join(" ", @{$sharednames{$_}}),"\n"
if scalar @{$sharednames{$_}} > 1;
my $to = cleanfile($buildd, $sharednames{$_}->[0], $blddir);
die "shared_name found for a library $dest that isn't defined\n"
unless $unified_info{libraries}->{$dest};
die "shared_name for $dest with multiple values: "
,$unified_info{sharednames}->{$dest}, ", ", $to
unless !defined($unified_info{sharednames}->{$dest})
or $unified_info{sharednames}->{$dest} eq $to;
$unified_info{sharednames}->{$dest} = $to;
}
# Additionally, we set up sharednames for libraries that don't
# have any, as themselves.
foreach (keys %{$unified_info{libraries}}) {
if (!defined $unified_info{sharednames}->{$_}) {
$unified_info{sharednames}->{$_} = $_
}
}
}
foreach (keys %ordinals) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$ddest}) {
$ddest = $unified_info{rename}->{$ddest};
}
foreach (@{$ordinals{$dest}}) {
my %known_ordinals =
(
crypto =>
cleanfile($sourced, catfile("util", "libcrypto.num"), $blddir),
ssl =>
cleanfile($sourced, catfile("util", "libssl.num"), $blddir)
);
my $o = $known_ordinals{$_};
die "Ordinals for $ddest defined more than once\n"
if $unified_info{ordinals}->{$ddest};
$unified_info{ordinals}->{$ddest} = [ $_, $o ];
}
}
foreach (keys %sources) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$ddest}) {
$ddest = $unified_info{rename}->{$ddest};
}
foreach (@{$sources{$dest}}) {
my $s = cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If it isn't in the source tree, we assume it's generated
# in the build tree
if (! -f $s) {
$s = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
# We recognise C and asm files
if ($s =~ /\.[csS]\b$/) {
(my $o = $_) =~ s/\.[csS]\b$/.o/;
$o = cleanfile($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, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$ddest}) {
$ddest = $unified_info{rename}->{$ddest};
}
foreach (@{$shared_sources{$dest}}) {
my $s = cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If it isn't in the source tree, we assume it's generated
# in the build tree
if (! -f $s) {
$s = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
# We recognise C and asm files
if ($s =~ /\.[csS]\b$/) {
(my $o = $_) =~ s/\.[csS]\b$/.o/;
$o = cleanfile($buildd, $o, $blddir);
$unified_info{shared_sources}->{$ddest}->{$o} = 1;
$unified_info{sources}->{$o}->{$s} = 1;
} else {
die "unrecognised source file type for shared library: $s\n";
}
}
}
foreach (keys %generate) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$ddest}) {
$ddest = $unified_info{rename}->{$ddest};
}
die "more than one generator for $dest: "
,join(" ", @{$generate{$_}}),"\n"
if scalar @{$generate{$_}} > 1;
my @generator = split /\s+/, $generate{$dest}->[0];
$generator[0] = cleanfile($sourced, $generator[0], $blddir),
$unified_info{generate}->{$ddest} = [ @generator ];
}
foreach (keys %depends) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$ddest}) {
$ddest = $unified_info{rename}->{$ddest};
}
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, and assume
# and that there are lines to build it in a BEGINRAW..ENDRAW
# section or in the Makefile template.
if (! -f $d
|| (grep { $d eq $_ }
map { cleanfile($srcdir, $_, $blddir) }
(@generated_headers, @generated_by_make_headers))) {
$d = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
# Take note if the file to depend on is being renamed
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$d}) {
$d = $unified_info{rename}->{$d};
}
$unified_info{depends}->{$ddest}->{$d} = 1;
# If we depend on a header file, let's make sure it
# can get included
if ($d =~ /\.h$/) {
my $i = dirname($d);
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}}, $i
unless grep { $_ eq $i } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}};
}
}
}
foreach (keys %includes) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$ddest}) {
$ddest = $unified_info{rename}->{$ddest};
}
foreach (@{$includes{$dest}}) {
my $i = cleandir($sourced, $_, $blddir);
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}}, $i
unless grep { $_ eq $i } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}};
}
}
}
### Make unified_info a bit more efficient
# One level structures
foreach (("programs", "libraries", "engines", "scripts", "extra", "overrides")) {
$unified_info{$_} = [ sort keys %{$unified_info{$_}} ];
}
# Two level structures
foreach my $l1 (("sources", "shared_sources", "ldadd", "depends")) {
foreach my $l2 (sort keys %{$unified_info{$l1}}) {
$unified_info{$l1}->{$l2} =
[ sort keys %{$unified_info{$l1}->{$l2}} ];
}
}
}
# For the schemes that need it, we provide the old *_obj configs
# from the *_asm_obj ones
foreach (grep /_(asm|aux)_src$/, keys %target) {
my $src = $_;
(my $obj = $_) =~ s/_(asm|aux)_src$/_obj/;
($target{$obj} = $target{$src}) =~ s/\.[csS]\b/.o/g;
}
# Write down our configuration where it fits #########################
open(OUT,">configdata.pm") || die "unable to create configdata.pm: $!\n";
print OUT <<"EOF";
package configdata;
use strict;
use warnings;
use Exporter;
#use vars qw(\@ISA \@EXPORT);
our \@ISA = qw(Exporter);
our \@EXPORT = qw(\%config \%target \%disabled \%withargs \%unified_info \@disablables);
EOF
print OUT "our %config = (\n";
foreach (sort keys %config) {
if (ref($config{$_}) eq "ARRAY") {
print OUT " ", $_, " => [ ", join(", ",
map { quotify("perl", $_) }
@{$config{$_}}), " ],\n";
} else {
print OUT " ", $_, " => ", quotify("perl", $config{$_}), ",\n"
}
}
print OUT <<"EOF";
);
EOF
print OUT "our %target = (\n";
foreach (sort keys %target) {
if (ref($target{$_}) eq "ARRAY") {
print OUT " ", $_, " => [ ", join(", ",
map { quotify("perl", $_) }
@{$target{$_}}), " ],\n";
} else {
print OUT " ", $_, " => ", quotify("perl", $target{$_}), ",\n"
}
}
print OUT <<"EOF";
);
EOF
print OUT "our \%available_protocols = (\n";
print OUT " tls => [ ", join(", ", map { quotify("perl", $_) } @tls), " ],\n";
print OUT " dtls => [ ", join(", ", map { quotify("perl", $_) } @dtls), " ],\n";
print OUT <<"EOF";
);
EOF
print OUT "our \@disablables = (\n";
foreach (@disablables) {
print OUT " ", quotify("perl", $_), ",\n";
}
print OUT <<"EOF";
);
EOF
print OUT "our \%disabled = (\n";
foreach (sort keys %disabled) {
print OUT " ", quotify("perl", $_), " => ", quotify("perl", $disabled{$_}), ",\n";
}
print OUT <<"EOF";
);
EOF
print OUT "our %withargs = (\n";
foreach (sort keys %withargs) {
if (ref($withargs{$_}) eq "ARRAY") {
print OUT " ", $_, " => [ ", join(", ",
map { quotify("perl", $_) }
@{$withargs{$_}}), " ],\n";
} else {
print OUT " ", $_, " => ", quotify("perl", $withargs{$_}), ",\n"
}
}
print OUT <<"EOF";
);
EOF
if ($builder eq "unified") {
my $recurse;
$recurse = sub {
my $indent = shift;
foreach (@_) {
if (ref $_ eq "ARRAY") {
print OUT " "x$indent, "[\n";
foreach (@$_) {
$recurse->($indent + 4, $_);
}
print OUT " "x$indent, "],\n";
} elsif (ref $_ eq "HASH") {
my %h = %$_;
print OUT " "x$indent, "{\n";
foreach (sort keys %h) {
if (ref $h{$_} eq "") {
print OUT " "x($indent + 4), quotify("perl", $_), " => ", quotify("perl", $h{$_}), ",\n";
} else {
print OUT " "x($indent + 4), quotify("perl", $_), " =>\n";
$recurse->($indent + 8, $h{$_});
}
}
print OUT " "x$indent, "},\n";
} else {
print OUT " "x$indent, quotify("perl", $_), ",\n";
}
}
};
print OUT "our %unified_info = (\n";
foreach (sort keys %unified_info) {
if (ref $unified_info{$_} eq "") {
print OUT " "x4, quotify("perl", $_), " => ", quotify("perl", $unified_info{$_}), ",\n";
} else {
print OUT " "x4, quotify("perl", $_), " =>\n";
$recurse->(8, $unified_info{$_});
}
}
print OUT <<"EOF";
);
EOF
}
print OUT "1;\n";
close(OUT);
print "CC =$target{cc}\n";
print "CFLAG =$target{cflags} $config{cflags}\n";
print "SHARED_CFLAG =$target{shared_cflag}\n";
print "DEFINES =",join(" ", @{$target{defines}}, @{$config{defines}}),"\n";
print "LFLAG =$target{lflags}\n";
print "PLIB_LFLAG =$target{plib_lflags}\n";
print "EX_LIBS =$target{ex_libs} $config{ex_libs}\n";
print "APPS_OBJ =$target{apps_obj}\n";
print "CPUID_OBJ =$target{cpuid_obj}\n";
print "UPLINK_OBJ =$target{uplink_obj}\n";
print "BN_ASM =$target{bn_obj}\n";
print "EC_ASM =$target{ec_obj}\n";
print "DES_ENC =$target{des_obj}\n";
print "AES_ENC =$target{aes_obj}\n";
print "BF_ENC =$target{bf_obj}\n";
print "CAST_ENC =$target{cast_obj}\n";
print "RC4_ENC =$target{rc4_obj}\n";
print "RC5_ENC =$target{rc5_obj}\n";
print "MD5_OBJ_ASM =$target{md5_obj}\n";
print "SHA1_OBJ_ASM =$target{sha1_obj}\n";
print "RMD160_OBJ_ASM=$target{rmd160_obj}\n";
print "CMLL_ENC =$target{cmll_obj}\n";
print "MODES_OBJ =$target{modes_obj}\n";
print "PADLOCK_OBJ =$target{padlock_obj}\n";
print "CHACHA_ENC =$target{chacha_obj}\n";
print "POLY1305_OBJ =$target{poly1305_obj}\n";
print "BLAKE2_OBJ =$target{blake2_obj}\n";
print "PROCESSOR =$config{processor}\n";
print "RANLIB =$target{ranlib}\n";
print "ARFLAGS =$target{arflags}\n";
print "PERL =$config{perl}\n";
print "\n";
print "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG mode\n" if $config{b64l};
print "SIXTY_FOUR_BIT mode\n" if $config{b64};
print "THIRTY_TWO_BIT mode\n" if $config{b32};
print "BN_LLONG mode\n" if $config{bn_ll};
print "RC4 uses $config{rc4_int}\n" if $config{rc4_int} ne $def_int;
for (@generated_headers) {
mkpath(catdir($blddir, dirname($_)));
run_dofile(catfile($blddir, $_),
catfile($srcdir, $_.".in"));
}
###
### When the old "unixmake" scheme goes away, so does this function
###
sub build_Makefile {
run_dofile("Makefile","Makefile.in");
# Copy all Makefile.in to Makefile (except top-level)
use File::Find;
use IO::File;
find(
{
preprocess => sub {
grep(!/^\./, @_);
},
wanted => sub {
return if ($_ ne "Makefile.in" || $File::Find::dir eq ".");
my $in = IO::File->new($_, "r") or
die sprintf "Error reading Makefile.in in %s: !$\n",
$File::Find::dir;
my $out = IO::File->new("Makefile", "w") or
die sprintf "Error writing Makefile in %s: !$\n",
$File::Find::dir;
print $out "# Generated from $_, do not edit\n";
while (my $line = <$in>) { print $out $line }
$in->close() or
die sprintf "Error reading Makefile.in in %s: !$\n",
$File::Find::dir;
$out->close() or
die sprintf "Error writing Makefile in %s: !$\n",
$File::Find::dir;
},
},
".");
}
my %builders = (
unified => sub {
run_dofile(catfile($blddir, $target{build_file}),
$config{build_file_template},
catfile($srcdir, "Configurations", "common.tmpl"));
},
unixmake => sub {
build_Makefile();
run_dofile("util/domd", "util/domd.in");
chmod 0755, "util/domd";
},
);
$builders{$builder}->($builder_platform, @builder_opts);
print <<"EOF";
Configured for $target.
EOF
print <<"EOF" if ($disabled{threads} eq "unavailable");
The library could not be configured for supporting multi-threaded
applications as the compiler options required on this system are not known.
See file INSTALL for details if you need multi-threading.
EOF
print <<"EOF" if ($no_shared_warn);
The options 'shared', 'pic' and 'dynamic-engine' aren't supported on this
platform, so we will pretend you gave the option 'no-pic', which also disables
'shared' and 'dynamic-engine'. If you know how to implement shared libraries
or position independent code, please let us know (but please first make sure
you have tried with a current version of OpenSSL).
EOF
exit(0);
######################################################################
#
# Helpers and utility functions
#
# Configuration file reading #########################################
# Note: All of the helper functions are for lazy evaluation. They all
# return a CODE ref, which will return the intended value when evaluated.
# Thus, whenever there's mention of a returned value, it's about that
# intended value.
# Helper function to implement conditional inheritance depending on the
# value of $disabled{asm}. Used in inherit_from values as follows:
#
# inherit_from => [ "template", asm("asm_tmpl") ]
#
sub asm {
my @x = @_;
sub {
$disabled{asm} ? () : @x;
}
}
# Helper function to implement conditional value variants, with a default
# plus additional values based on the value of $config{build_type}.
# Arguments are given in hash table form:
#
# picker(default => "Basic string: ",
# debug => "debug",
# release => "release")
#
# When configuring with --debug, the resulting string will be
# "Basic string: debug", and when not, it will be "Basic string: release"
#
# This can be used to create variants of sets of flags according to the
# build type:
#
# cflags => picker(default => "-Wall",
# debug => "-g -O0",
# release => "-O3")
#
sub picker {
my %opts = @_;
return sub { add($opts{default} || (),
$opts{$config{build_type}} || ())->(); }
}
# Helper function to combine several values of different types into one.
# This is useful if you want to combine a string with the result of a
# lazy function, such as:
#
# cflags => combine("-Wall", sub { $disabled{zlib} ? () : "-DZLIB" })
#
sub combine {
my @stuff = @_;
return sub { add(@stuff)->(); }
}
# Helper function to implement conditional values depending on the value
# of $disabled{threads}. Can be used as follows:
#
# cflags => combine("-Wall", threads("-pthread"))
#
sub threads {
my @flags = @_;
return sub { add($disabled{threads} ? () : @flags)->(); }
}
our $add_called = 0;
# Helper function to implement adding values to already existing configuration
# values. It handles elements that are ARRAYs, CODEs and scalars
sub _add {
my $separator = shift;
# If there's any ARRAY in the collection of values OR the separator
# is undef, we will return an ARRAY of combined values, otherwise a
# string of joined values with $separator as the separator.
my $found_array = !defined($separator);
my @values =
map {
my $res = $_;
while (ref($res) eq "CODE") {
$res = $res->();
}
if (defined($res)) {
if (ref($res) eq "ARRAY") {
$found_array = 1;
@$res;
} else {
$res;
}
} else {
();
}
} (@_);
$add_called = 1;
if ($found_array) {
[ @values ];
} else {
join($separator, grep { defined($_) && $_ ne "" } @values);
}
}
sub add_before {
my $separator = " ";
if (ref($_[$#_]) eq "HASH") {
my $opts = pop;
$separator = $opts->{separator};
}
my @x = @_;
sub { _add($separator, @x, @_) };
}
sub add {
my $separator = " ";
if (ref($_[$#_]) eq "HASH") {
my $opts = pop;
$separator = $opts->{separator};
}
my @x = @_;
sub { _add($separator, @_, @x) };
}
# configuration reader, evaluates the input file as a perl script and expects
# it to fill %targets with target configurations. Those are then added to
# %table.
sub read_config {
my $fname = shift;
open(CONFFILE, "< $fname")
or die "Can't open configuration file '$fname'!\n";
my $x = $/;
undef $/;
my $content = <CONFFILE>;
$/ = $x;
close(CONFFILE);
my %targets = ();
{
local %table = %::table; # Protect %table from tampering
eval $content;
warn $@ if $@;
}
# For each target, check that it's configured with a hash table.
foreach (keys %targets) {
if (ref($targets{$_}) ne "HASH") {
if (ref($targets{$_}) eq "") {
warn "Deprecated target configuration for $_, ignoring...\n";
} else {
warn "Misconfigured target configuration for $_ (should be a hash table), ignoring...\n";
}
delete $targets{$_};
}
}
%table = (%table, %targets);
}
# configuration resolver. Will only resolve all the lazy evalutation
# codeblocks for the chozen target and all those it inherits from,
# recursively
sub resolve_config {
my $target = shift;
my @breadcrumbs = @_;
# my $extra_checks = defined($ENV{CONFIGURE_EXTRA_CHECKS});
if (grep { $_ eq $target } @breadcrumbs) {
die "inherit_from loop! target backtrace:\n "
,$target,"\n ",join("\n ", @breadcrumbs),"\n";
}
if (!defined($table{$target})) {
warn "Warning! target $target doesn't exist!\n";
return ();
}
# Recurse through all inheritances. They will be resolved on the
# fly, so when this operation is done, they will all just be a
# bunch of attributes with string values.
# What we get here, though, are keys with references to lists of
# the combined values of them all. We will deal with lists after
# this stage is done.
my %combined_inheritance = ();
if ($table{$target}->{inherit_from}) {
my @inherit_from =
map { ref($_) eq "CODE" ? $_->() : $_ } @{$table{$target}->{inherit_from}};
foreach (@inherit_from) {
my %inherited_config = resolve_config($_, $target, @breadcrumbs);
# 'template' is a marker that's considered private to
# the config that had it.
delete $inherited_config{template};
map {
if (!$combined_inheritance{$_}) {
$combined_inheritance{$_} = [];
}
push @{$combined_inheritance{$_}}, $inherited_config{$_};
} keys %inherited_config;
}
}
# We won't need inherit_from in this target any more, since we've
# resolved all the inheritances that lead to this
delete $table{$target}->{inherit_from};
# Now is the time to deal with those lists. Here's the place to
# decide what shall be done with those lists, all based on the
# values of the target we're currently dealing with.
# - If a value is a coderef, it will be executed with the list of
# inherited values as arguments.
# - If the corresponding key doesn't have a value at all or is the
# emoty string, the inherited value list will be run through the
# default combiner (below), and the result becomes this target's
# value.
# - Otherwise, this target's value is assumed to be a string that
# will simply override the inherited list of values.
my $default_combiner = add();
my %all_keys =
map { $_ => 1 } (keys %combined_inheritance,
keys %{$table{$target}});
sub process_values {
my $object = shift;
my $inherited = shift; # Always a [ list ]
my $target = shift;
my $entry = shift;
$add_called = 0;
while(ref($object) eq "CODE") {
$object = $object->(@$inherited);
}
if (!defined($object)) {
return ();
}
elsif (ref($object) eq "ARRAY") {
local $add_called; # To make sure recursive calls don't affect it
return [ map { process_values($_, $inherited, $target, $entry) }
@$object ];
} elsif (ref($object) eq "") {
return $object;
} else {
die "cannot handle reference type ",ref($object)
," found in target ",$target," -> ",$entry,"\n";
}
}
foreach (sort keys %all_keys) {
my $previous = $combined_inheritance{$_};
# Current target doesn't have a value for the current key?
# Assign it the default combiner, the rest of this loop body
# will handle it just like any other coderef.
if (!exists $table{$target}->{$_}) {
$table{$target}->{$_} = $default_combiner;
}
$table{$target}->{$_} = process_values($table{$target}->{$_},
$combined_inheritance{$_},
$target, $_);
unless(defined($table{$target}->{$_})) {
delete $table{$target}->{$_};
}
# if ($extra_checks &&
# $previous && !($add_called || $previous ~~ $table{$target}->{$_})) {
# warn "$_ got replaced in $target\n";
# }
}
# Finally done, return the result.
return %{$table{$target}};
}
sub usage
{
print STDERR $usage;
print STDERR "\npick os/compiler from:\n";
my $j=0;
my $i;
my $k=0;
foreach $i (sort keys %table)
{
next if $table{$i}->{template};
next if $i =~ /^debug/;
$k += length($i) + 1;
if ($k > 78)
{
print STDERR "\n";
$k=length($i);
}
print STDERR $i . " ";
}
foreach $i (sort keys %table)
{
next if $table{$i}->{template};
next if $i !~ /^debug/;
$k += length($i) + 1;
if ($k > 78)
{
print STDERR "\n";
$k=length($i);
}
print STDERR $i . " ";
}
print STDERR "\n\nNOTE: If in doubt, on Unix-ish systems use './config'.\n";
exit(1);
}
sub run_dofile
{
my $out = shift;
my @templates = @_;
unlink $out || warn "Can't remove $out, $!"
if -f $out;
foreach (@templates) {
die "Can't open $_, $!" unless -f $_;
}
my $cmd = "$config{perl} \"-I.\" \"-Mconfigdata\" $dofile -o\"Configure\" \"".join("\" \"",@templates)."\" > \"$out.new\"";
#print STDERR "DEBUG[run_dofile]: \$cmd = $cmd\n";
system($cmd);
exit 1 if $? != 0;
rename("$out.new", $out) || die "Can't rename $out.new, $!";
}
# Configuration printer ##############################################
sub print_table_entry
{
my $target = shift;
my %target = resolve_config($target);
my $type = shift;
# Don't print the templates
return if $target{template};
my @sequence = (
"sys_id",
"cc",
"cflags",
"defines",
"unistd",
"ld",
"lflags",
"plib_lflags",
"ex_libs",
"bn_ops",
"cpuid_obj",
"bn_obj",
"ec_obj",
"des_obj",
"aes_obj",
"bf_obj",
"md5_obj",
"sha1_obj",
"cast_obj",
"rc4_obj",
"rmd160_obj",
"rc5_obj",
"wp_obj",
"cmll_obj",
"modes_obj",
"padlock_obj",
"thread_scheme",
"perlasm_scheme",
"dso_scheme",
"shared_target",
"shared_cflag",
"shared_ldflag",
"shared_rcflag",
"shared_extension",
"shared_extension_simple",
"shared_import_extension",
"dso_extension",
"obj_extension",
"exe_extension",
"ranlib",
"ar",
"arflags",
"multilib",
"build_scheme",
);
if ($type eq "TABLE") {
print "\n";
print "*** $target\n";
foreach (@sequence) {
if (ref($target{$_}) eq "ARRAY") {
printf "\$%-12s = %s\n", $_, join(" ", @{$target{$_}});
} else {
printf "\$%-12s = %s\n", $_, $target{$_};
}
}
} elsif ($type eq "HASH") {
my $largest =
length((sort { length($a) <=> length($b) } @sequence)[-1]);
print " '$target' => {\n";
foreach (@sequence) {
if ($target{$_}) {
if (ref($target{$_}) eq "ARRAY") {
print " '",$_,"'"," " x ($largest - length($_))," => [ ",join(", ", map { "'$_'" } @{$target{$_}})," ],\n";
} else {
print " '",$_,"'"," " x ($largest - length($_))," => '",$target{$_},"',\n";
}
}
}
print " },\n";
}
}
# Utility routines ###################################################
# On VMS, if the given file is a logical name, File::Spec::Functions
# will consider it an absolute path. There are cases when we want a
# purely syntactic check without checking the environment.
sub isabsolute {
my $file = shift;
# On non-platforms, we just use file_name_is_absolute().
return file_name_is_absolute($file) unless $^O eq "VMS";
# If the file spec includes a device or a directpry spec,
# file_name_is_absolute() is perfectly safe.
return file_name_is_absolute($file) if $file =~ m|[:\[]|;
# Here, we know the given file spec isn't absolute
return 0;
}
# Makes a directory absolute and cleans out /../ in paths like foo/../bar
# On some platforms, this uses rel2abs(), while on others, realpath() is used.
# realpath() requires that at least all path components except the last is an
# existing directory. On VMS, the last component of the directory spec must
# exist.
sub absolutedir {
my $dir = shift;
# realpath() is quite buggy on VMS. It uses LIB$FID_TO_NAME, which
# will return the volume name for the device, no matter what. Also,
# it will return an incorrect directory spec if the argument is a
# directory that doesn't exist.
if ($^O eq "VMS") {
return rel2abs($dir);
}
# We use realpath() on Unix, since no other will properly clean out
# a directory spec.
use Cwd qw/realpath/;
return realpath($dir);
}
sub which
{
my($name)=@_;
my $path;
foreach $path (split /:/, $ENV{PATH})
{
my $fullpath = "$path/$name$target{exe_extension}";
if (-f $fullpath and -x $fullpath)
{
return $fullpath
unless ($name eq "perl" and
system("$fullpath -e " . '\'exit($]<5.0);\''));
}
}
}
sub quotify {
my %processors = (
perl => sub { my $x = shift;
$x =~ s/([\\\$\@"])/\\$1/g;
return '"'.$x.'"'; },
);
my $for = shift;
my $processor =
defined($processors{$for}) ? $processors{$for} : sub { shift; };
map { $processor->($_); } @_;
}
# collect_from_file($filename, $line_concat_cond_re, $line_concat)
# $filename is a file name to read from
# $line_concat_cond_re is a regexp detecting a line continuation ending
# $line_concat is a CODEref that takes care of concatenating two lines
sub collect_from_file {
my $filename = shift;
my $line_concat_cond_re = shift;
my $line_concat = shift;
open my $fh, $filename || die "unable to read $filename: $!\n";
return sub {
my $saved_line = "";
$_ = "";
while (<$fh>) {
s|\R$||;
if (defined $line_concat) {
$_ = $line_concat->($saved_line, $_);
$saved_line = "";
}
if (defined $line_concat_cond_re && /$line_concat_cond_re/) {
$saved_line = $_;
next;
}
return $_;
}
die "$filename ending with continuation line\n" if $_;
close $fh;
return undef;
}
}
# collect_from_array($array, $line_concat_cond_re, $line_concat)
# $array is an ARRAYref of lines
# $line_concat_cond_re is a regexp detecting a line continuation ending
# $line_concat is a CODEref that takes care of concatenating two lines
sub collect_from_array {
my $array = shift;
my $line_concat_cond_re = shift;
my $line_concat = shift;
my @array = (@$array);
return sub {
my $saved_line = "";
$_ = "";
while (defined($_ = shift @array)) {
s|\R$||;
if (defined $line_concat) {
$_ = $line_concat->($saved_line, $_);
$saved_line = "";
}
if (defined $line_concat_cond_re && /$line_concat_cond_re/) {
$saved_line = $_;
next;
}
return $_;
}
die "input text ending with continuation line\n" if $_;
return undef;
}
}
# collect_information($lineiterator, $line_continue, $regexp => $CODEref, ...)
# $lineiterator is a CODEref that delivers one line at a time.
# All following arguments are regex/CODEref pairs, where the regexp detects a
# line and the CODEref does something with the result of the regexp.
sub collect_information {
my $lineiterator = shift;
my %collectors = @_;
while(defined($_ = $lineiterator->())) {
s|\R$||;
my $found = 0;
if ($collectors{"BEFORE"}) {
$collectors{"BEFORE"}->($_);
}
foreach my $re (keys %collectors) {
if ($re !~ /^OTHERWISE|BEFORE|AFTER$/ && /$re/) {
$collectors{$re}->($lineiterator);
$found = 1;
};
}
if ($collectors{"OTHERWISE"}) {
$collectors{"OTHERWISE"}->($lineiterator, $_)
unless $found || !defined $collectors{"OTHERWISE"};
}
if ($collectors{"AFTER"}) {
$collectors{"AFTER"}->($_);
}
}
}