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## descrip.mms to build OpenSSL on OpenVMS
##
## {- join("\n## ", @autowarntext) -}
{-
use File::Spec::Functions qw/:DEFAULT abs2rel rel2abs/;
use File::Basename;
use OpenSSL::Util;
(our $osslprefix_q = platform->osslprefix()) =~ s/\$/\\\$/;
our $sover_dirname = platform->shlib_version_as_filename();
our $osslver = sprintf "%02d%02d", split(/\./, $config{version});
our $sourcedir = $config{sourcedir};
our $builddir = $config{builddir};
sub make_unix_path {
# Split the native path
(my $vol, my $dirs, my $file) = File::Spec->splitpath($_[0]);
my @dirs = File::Spec->splitdir($dirs);
# Reassemble it as a Unix path
$vol =~ s|:$||;
return File::Spec::Unix->catpath(
'', File::Spec::Unix->catdir('', $vol ? $vol : (), @dirs), $file);
}
sub sourcefile {
catfile($sourcedir, @_);
}
sub buildfile {
catfile($builddir, @_);
}
sub sourcedir {
catdir($sourcedir, @_);
}
sub builddir {
catdir($builddir, @_);
}
sub tree {
(my $x = shift) =~ s|\]$|...]|;
$x
}
# Because we need to make two computations of these data,
# we store them in arrays for reuse
our @libs =
map { platform->staticname($_) }
@{$unified_info{libraries}};
our @shlibs =
map { platform->sharedname($_) // () }
@{$unified_info{libraries}};
our @install_libs =
map { platform->staticname($_) }
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{libraries}->{$_}->{noinst} }
@{$unified_info{libraries}};
our @install_shlibs =
map { platform->sharedname($_) // () }
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{libraries}->{$_}->{noinst} }
@{$unified_info{libraries}};
our @install_engines =
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{noinst}
&& $unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{engine} }
@{$unified_info{modules}};
our @install_modules =
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{noinst}
&& !$unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{engine}
&& !$unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{fips} }
@{$unified_info{modules}};
our @install_fipsmodules =
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{noinst}
&& $unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{fips} }
@{$unified_info{modules}};
our @install_programs =
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{programs}->{$_}->{noinst} }
@{$unified_info{programs}};
our @install_bin_scripts =
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{scripts}->{$_}->{noinst}
&& !$unified_info{attributes}->{scripts}->{$_}->{misc} }
@{$unified_info{scripts}};
our @install_misc_scripts =
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{scripts}->{$_}->{noinst}
&& $unified_info{attributes}->{scripts}->{$_}->{misc} }
@{$unified_info{scripts}};
# Configured flags
our @cnf_asflags = ($target{asflags} || (), @{$config{asflags}});
our @cnf_defines = (@{$target{defines}}, @{$config{defines}});
our @cnf_includes = (@{$target{includes}}, @{$config{includes}});
our @cnf_cppflags = ($target{cppflags} || (), @{$config{cppflags}});
our @cnf_cflags = ($target{cflags} || (), @{$config{cflags}});
our @cnf_cxxflags = ($target{cxxflags} || (), @{$config{cxxflags}});
our @cnf_ldflags = ($target{lflags} || (), @{$config{lflags}});
our @cnf_ex_libs = (map{ ",$_" } @{$target{ex_libs}}, @{$config{ex_libs}});
# Variables starting with $lib_ are used to build library object files
# and shared libraries.
# Variables starting with $dso_ are used to build DSOs and their object files.
# Variables starting with $bin_ are used to build programs and their object
# files.
# The following array is special and is treated separately from the rest of
# the lib_ variables.
our @lib_cppincludes = (@{$target{lib_includes}}, @{$target{shared_includes}},
@{$config{lib_includes}}, @{$config{shared_includes}},
@cnf_includes);
our $lib_cppdefines =
join(',', @{$target{lib_defines}}, @{$target{shared_defines}},
@{$config{lib_defines}}, @{$config{shared_defines}},
@cnf_defines,
'OPENSSLDIR="""$(OPENSSLDIR_C)"""',
'ENGINESDIR="""$(ENGINESDIR_C)"""',
'MODULESDIR="""$(MODULESDIR_C)"""',
#'$(DEFINES)'
)
. "'extradefines'";
our $lib_asflags =
join(' ', $target{lib_asflags} || (), @{$config{lib_asflags}},
@cnf_asflags, '$(ASFLAGS)');
our $lib_cppflags =
join('', $target{lib_cppflags} || (), $target{shared_cppflags} || (),
@{$config{lib_cppflags}}, @{$config{shared_cppflag}},
@cnf_cppflags, '/DEFINE=('.$lib_cppdefines.')', '$(CPPFLAGS)');
my @lib_cflags = ( $target{lib_cflags} // () );
my @lib_cflags_no_inst = ( $target{no_inst_lib_cflags} // @lib_cflags );
my @lib_cflags_cont = ( $target{shared_cflag} || (),
@{$config{lib_cflags}}, @{$config{shared_cflag}},
$cnf_cflags, '$(CFLAGS)');
our $lib_cflags = join('', @lib_cflags, @lib_cflags_cont );
our $lib_cflags_no_inst = join('', @lib_cflags_no_inst, @lib_cflags_cont );
our $lib_ldflags =
join('', $target{lib_lflags} || (), $target{shared_ldflag} || (),
@{$config{lib_lflags}}, @{$config{shared_ldflag}},
@cnf_ldflags, '$(LDFLAGS)');
our $lib_ex_libs = join('', @cnf_ex_libs, '$(EX_LIBS)');
# The following array is special and is treated separately from the rest of
# the dso_ variables.
our @dso_cppincludes = (@{$target{dso_includes}}, @{$target{module_includes}},
@{$config{dso_includes}}, @{$config{module_includes}},
@cnf_includes);
our $dso_cppdefines =
join(',', @{$target{dso_defines}}, @{$target{module_defines}},
@{$config{dso_defines}}, @{$config{module_defines}},
@cnf_defines,
#'$(DEFINES)'
)
. "'extradefines'";
our $dso_asflags =
join(' ', $target{dso_asflags} || (), $target{module_asflags} || (),
@{$config{dso_asflags}}, @{$config{module_asflags}},
@cnf_asflags, '$(ASFLAGS)');
our $dso_cppflags =
join('', $target{dso_cppflags} || (), $target{module_cppflags} || (),
@{$config{dso_cppflags}}, @{$config{module_cppflag}},
@cnf_cppflags,
'/DEFINE=('.$dso_cppdefines.')',
'$(CPPFLAGS)');
my @dso_cflags = ( $target{dso_cflags} // () );
my @dso_cflags_no_inst = ( $target{no_inst_dso_cflags} // @dso_cflags );
my @dso_cflags_cont = ( $target{module_cflag} || (),
@{$config{dso_cflags}}, @{$config{module_cflag}},
$cnf_cflags, '$(CFLAGS)');
our $dso_cflags = join('', @dso_cflags, @dso_cflags_cont );
our $dso_cflags_no_inst = join('', @dso_cflags_no_inst, @dso_cflags_cont );
our $dso_ldflags =
join('', $target{dso_lflags} || (), $target{module_ldflag} || (),
@{$config{dso_lflags}}, @{$config{module_ldflag}},
@cnf_ldflags, '$(LDFLAGS)');
our $dso_ex_libs = join('', @cnf_ex_libs, '$(EX_LIBS)');
# The following array is special and is treated separately from the rest of
# the bin_ variables.
our @bin_cppincludes = (@{$target{bin_includes}},
@{$config{bin_includes}},
@cnf_includes);
our $bin_cppdefines =
join(',', @{$target{bin_defines}},
@{$config{bin_defines}},
@cnf_defines,
#'$(DEFINES)'
)
. "'extradefines'";
our $bin_asflags =
join(' ', $target{bin_asflags} || (),
@{$config{bin_asflags}},
@cnf_asflags, '$(ASFLAGS)');
our $bin_cppflags =
join('', $target{bin_cppflags} || (),
@{$config{bin_cppflags}},
@cnf_cppflags,
'/DEFINE=('.$bin_cppdefines.')',
'$(CPPFLAGS)');
my @bin_cflags = ( $target{bin_cflags} // () );
my @bin_cflags_no_inst = ( $target{no_inst_bin_cflags} // @bin_cflags );
my @bin_cflags_cont = ( @{$config{bin_cflags}},
$cnf_cflags, '$(CFLAGS)');
our $bin_cflags = join('', @bin_cflags, @bin_cflags_cont );
our $bin_cflags_no_inst = join('', @bin_cflags_no_inst, @bin_cflags_cont );
our $bin_cflags =
join('', $target{bin_cflags} || (),
@{$config{bin_cflags}},
@cnf_cflags, '$(CFLAGS)');
our $bin_ldflags =
join('', $target{bin_lflags} || (),
@{$config{bin_lflags}},
@cnf_ldflags, '$(LDFLAGS)');
our $bin_ex_libs = join('', @cnf_ex_libs, '$(EX_LIBS)');
# This is a horrible hack, but is needed because recursive inclusion of files
# in different directories does not work well with VMS C. We try to help by
# specifying extra relative directories. They must always be in Unix format,
# relative to the directory where the .c file is located. The logic is that
# any inclusion, merged with one of these relative directories, will find the
# requested inclusion file.
foreach (grep /\[\.crypto\.async\.arch\].*\.o$/, keys %{$unified_info{sources}}) {
my $obj = platform->obj($_);
push @{$unified_info{includes_extra}->{$obj}}, qw(../);
}
foreach (grep /\[\.crypto\.ec\.curve448\].*?\.o$/, keys %{$unified_info{sources}}) {
my $obj = platform->obj($_);
push @{$unified_info{includes_extra}->{$obj}}, qw(./arch_32 ./arch64);
}
foreach (grep /\[\.crypto\.ec\.curve448.arch_(?:32|64)\].*?\.o$/, keys %{$unified_info{sources}}) {
my $obj = platform->obj($_);
push @{$unified_info{includes_extra}->{$obj}}, qw(../);
}
foreach (grep /\[\.ssl\.(?:record|statem)\].*?\.o$/, keys %{$unified_info{sources}}) {
my $obj = platform->obj($_);
# Most of the files in [.ssl.record] and [.ssl.statem] include
# "../ssl_local.h", which includes things like "record/record.h".
# Adding "../" as an inclusion directory helps making this sort of header
# from these directories.
push @{$unified_info{includes_extra}->{$obj}}, qw(../);
}
foreach (grep /\[\.test\].*?\.o$/, keys %{$unified_info{sources}}) {
my $obj = platform->obj($_);
push @{$unified_info{includes_extra}->{$obj}}, qw(../ssl ./helpers);
}
foreach (grep /\[\.test\.helpers\].*?\.o$/, keys %{$unified_info{sources}}) {
my $obj = platform->obj($_);
push @{$unified_info{includes_extra}->{$obj}}, qw(../../ssl);
}
# This makes sure things get built in the order they need
# to. You're welcome.
sub dependmagic {
my $target = shift;
return "$target : build_generated\n\t\pipe \$(MMS) \$(MMSQUALIFIERS) depend && \$(MMS) \$(MMSQUALIFIERS) _$target\n_$target";
}
"";
-}
PLATFORM={- $config{target} -}
OPTIONS={- $config{options} -}
CONFIGURE_ARGS=({- join(", ",quotify_l(@{$config{perlargv}})) -})
SRCDIR={- $config{sourcedir} -}
BLDDIR={- $config{builddir} -}
FIPSKEY={- $config{FIPSKEY} -}
# Allow both V and VERBOSE to indicate verbosity. This only applies
# to testing.
VERBOSE=$(V)
VERBOSE_FAILURE=$(VF)
VERSION={- "$config{full_version}" -}
MAJOR={- $config{major} -}
MINOR={- $config{minor} -}
SHLIB_VERSION_NUMBER={- $config{shlib_version} -}
SHLIB_TARGET={- $target{shared_target} -}
LIBS={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".OLB" } @libs) -}
SHLIBS={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".EXE" } @shlibs) -}
MODULES={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".EXE" }
# Drop all modules that are dependencies, they will
# be processed through their dependents
grep { my $x = $_;
!grep { grep { $_ eq $x } @$_ }
values %{$unified_info{depends}} }
@{$unified_info{modules}}) -}
FIPSMODULE={- # We do some extra checking here, as there should be only one
use File::Basename;
our @fipsmodules =
grep { !$unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{noinst}
&& $unified_info{attributes}->{modules}->{$_}->{fips} }
@{$unified_info{modules}};
die "More that one FIPS module" if scalar @fipsmodules > 1;
join(" ", map { platform->dso($_) } @fipsmodules) -}
FIPSMODULENAME={- die "More that one FIPS module" if scalar @fipsmodules > 1;
join(", ", map { basename(platform->dso($_)) } @fipsmodules) -}
PROGRAMS={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".EXE" } @{$unified_info{programs}}) -}
SCRIPTS={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_ } @{$unified_info{scripts}}) -}
{- output_off() if $disabled{makedepend}; "" -}
DEPS={- our @deps = map { platform->isobj($_) ? platform->dep($_) : $_ }
grep { $unified_info{sources}->{$_}->[0] =~ /\.c$/ }
keys %{$unified_info{sources}};
join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_ } @deps); -}
{- output_on() if $disabled{makedepend}; "" -}
GENERATED_MANDATORY={- join(", ",
map { "-\n\t".$_ } @{$unified_info{depends}->{""}} ) -}
GENERATED_PODS={- # common0.tmpl provides @generated
join(", ",
map { my $x = $_;
(
grep {
$unified_info{attributes}->{depends}
->{$x}->{$_}->{pod} // 0
}
keys %{$unified_info{attributes}->{depends}->{$x}}
) ? "-\n\t".$x : ();
}
@generated) -}
GENERATED={- # common0.tmpl provides @generated
join(", ", map { platform->convertext($_) } @generated) -}
INSTALL_LIBS={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".OLB" } @install_libs) -}
INSTALL_SHLIBS={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".EXE" } @install_shlibs) -}
INSTALL_ENGINES={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".EXE" } @install_engines) -}
INSTALL_MODULES={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".EXE" } @install_modules) -}
INSTALL_FIPSMODULE={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".EXE" } @install_fipsmodules) -}
INSTALL_FIPSMODULECONF=[.providers]fipsmodule.cnf
INSTALL_PROGRAMS={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_.".EXE" } @install_programs) -}
BIN_SCRIPTS={- join(", ", @install_bin_scripts) -}
MISC_SCRIPTS={- join(", ", @install_misc_scripts) -}
HTMLDOCS1={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_ } @{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man1}}) -}
HTMLDOCS3={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_ } @{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man3}}) -}
HTMLDOCS5={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_ } @{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man5}}) -}
HTMLDOCS7={- join(", ", map { "-\n\t".$_ } @{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man7}}) -}
APPS_OPENSSL="{- use File::Spec::Functions;
catfile("apps","openssl") -}"
# DESTDIR is for package builders so that they can configure for, say,
# SYS$COMMON:[OPENSSL] and yet have everything installed in STAGING:[USER].
# In that case, configure with --prefix=SYS$COMMON:[OPENSSL] and then run
# MMS with /MACROS=(DESTDIR=STAGING:[USER]). The result will end up in
# STAGING:[USER.OPENSSL].
# Normally it is left empty.
DESTDIR=
# Do not edit this manually. Use Configure --prefix=DIR to change this!
INSTALLTOP={- our $installtop =
catdir($config{prefix}) || "SYS\$COMMON:[OPENSSL]";
$installtop -}
SYSTARTUP={- catdir($installtop, '[.SYS$STARTUP]'); -}
# This is the standard central area to store certificates, private keys...
OPENSSLDIR={- catdir($config{openssldir}) or
$config{prefix} ? catdir($config{prefix},"COMMON")
: "SYS\$COMMON:[OPENSSL-COMMON]" -}
# The same, but for C
OPENSSLDIR_C={- platform->osslprefix() -}DATAROOT:[000000]
# Where installed ENGINE modules reside, for C
ENGINESDIR_C={- platform->osslprefix() -}ENGINES{- $sover_dirname.$target{pointer_size} -}:
# Where modules reside, for C
MODULESDIR_C={- platform->osslprefix() -}MODULES{- $sover_dirname.$target{pointer_size} -}:
##### User defined commands and flags ################################
CC={- $config{CC} -}
CPP={- $config{CPP} -}
DEFINES={- our $defines = join('', map { ",$_" } @{$config{CPPDEFINES}}) -}
#INCLUDES={- our $includes = join(',', @{$config{CPPINCLUDES}}) -}
CPPFLAGS={- our $cppflags = join('', @{$config{CPPFLAGS}}) -}
CFLAGS={- join('', @{$config{CFLAGS}}) -}
LDFLAGS={- join('', @{$config{LFLAGS}}) -}
EX_LIBS={- join('', map { ",$_" } @{$config{LDLIBS}}) -}
PERL={- $config{PERL} -}
AS={- $config{AS} -}
ASFLAGS={- join(' ', @{$config{ASFLAGS}}) -}
##### Special command flags ##########################################
ASOUTFLAG={- $target{asoutflag} -}$(OSSL_EMPTY)
PERLASM_SCHEME={- $target{perlasm_scheme} -}
# CPPFLAGS_Q is used for one thing only: to build up buildinf.h
CPPFLAGS_Q={- (my $c = $lib_cppflags.$cppflags) =~ s|"|""|g;
(my $d = $lib_cppdefines) =~ s|"|""|g;
my $i = join(',', @lib_cppincludes || (), '$(INCLUDES)');
my $x = $c;
$x .= "/INCLUDE=($i)" if $i;
$x .= "/DEFINE=($d)" if $d;
$x; -}
# .FIRST and .LAST are special targets with MMS and MMK.
NODEBUG=@
.FIRST :
$(NODEBUG) sourcetop = F$PARSE("$(SRCDIR)","[]A.;",,,"SYNTAX_ONLY,NO_CONCEAL") - ".][000000" - "[000000." - "][" - "]A.;" + ".]"
$(NODEBUG) DEFINE ossl_sourceroot 'sourcetop'
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) staging_dir = "$(DESTDIR)"
$(NODEBUG) staging_instdir = ""
$(NODEBUG) staging_datadir = ""
$(NODEBUG) IF staging_dir .NES. "" THEN -
staging_instdir = F$PARSE("A.;",staging_dir,"[]",,"SYNTAX_ONLY")
$(NODEBUG) IF staging_instdir - "]A.;" .NES. staging_instdir THEN -
staging_instdir = staging_instdir - "]A.;" + ".OPENSSL-INSTALL]"
$(NODEBUG) IF staging_instdir - "A.;" .NES. staging_instdir THEN -
staging_instdir = staging_instdir - "A.;" + "[OPENSSL-INSTALL]"
$(NODEBUG) IF staging_dir .NES. "" THEN -
staging_datadir = F$PARSE("A.;",staging_dir,"[]",,"SYNTAX_ONLY")
$(NODEBUG) IF staging_datadir - "]A.;" .NES. staging_datadir THEN -
staging_datadir = staging_datadir - "]A.;" + ".OPENSSL-COMMON]"
$(NODEBUG) IF staging_datadir - "A.;" .NES. staging_datadir THEN -
staging_datadir = staging_datadir - "A.;" + "[OPENSSL-COMMON]"
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) ! Installation logical names
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) ! This also creates a few DCL variables that are used for
$(NODEBUG) ! the "install_msg" target.
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) installroot = F$PARSE(staging_instdir,"$(INSTALLTOP)","[]A.;",,"SYNTAX_ONLY,NO_CONCEAL") - ".][000000" - "[000000." - "][" - "]A.;"
$(NODEBUG) installtop = installroot + ".]"
$(NODEBUG) dataroot = F$PARSE(staging_datadir,"$(OPENSSLDIR)","[]A.;",,"SYNTAX_ONLY,NO_CONCEAL") - ".][000000" - "[000000." - "][" - "]A.;"
$(NODEBUG) datatop = dataroot + ".]"
$(NODEBUG) DEFINE ossl_installroot 'installtop'
$(NODEBUG) DEFINE ossl_dataroot 'datatop'
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) ! Override disturbing system logicals. We can't deassign
$(NODEBUG) ! them, so we create it instead. This is an unfortunate
$(NODEBUG) ! necessity.
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) DEFINE openssl "{- sourcedir('include/openssl') -}
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) ! Figure out the architecture
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) arch = f$edit( f$getsyi( "arch_name"), "upcase")
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) ! Set up logical names for the libraries, so LINK and
$(NODEBUG) ! running programs can use them.
$(NODEBUG) !
$(NODEBUG) {- join("\n\t\$(NODEBUG) ", map { "DEFINE ".uc($_)." 'F\$ENV(\"DEFAULT\")'".uc($_)."\$(SHLIB_EXT)" } @shlibs) || "!" -}
.LAST :
$(NODEBUG) {- join("\n\t\$(NODEBUG) ", map { "DEASSIGN ".uc($_) } @shlibs) || "!" -}
$(NODEBUG) DEASSIGN ossl_dataroot
$(NODEBUG) DEASSIGN ossl_installroot
$(NODEBUG) DEASSIGN openssl
.DEFAULT :
@ ! MMS cannot handle no actions...
# The main targets ###################################################
{- dependmagic('build_sw'); -} : build_libs_nodep, build_modules_nodep, build_programs_nodep
{- dependmagic('build_libs'); -} : build_libs_nodep
{- dependmagic('build_modules'); -} : build_modules_nodep
{- dependmagic('build_programs'); -} : build_programs_nodep
build_generated_pods : $(GENERATED_PODS)
build_docs : build_html_docs
build_html_docs : $(HTMLDOCS1) $(HTMLDOCS3) $(HTMLDOCS5) $(HTMLDOCS7)
build_generated : $(GENERATED_MANDATORY)
build_libs_nodep : $(LIBS), $(SHLIBS)
build_modules_nodep : $(MODULES)
build_programs_nodep : $(PROGRAMS), $(SCRIPTS)
# Kept around for backward compatibility
build_apps build_tests : build_programs
# Convenience target to prebuild all generated files, not just the mandatory
# ones
build_all_generated : $(GENERATED_MANDATORY) $(GENERATED) build_docs
@ ! {- output_off() if $disabled{makedepend}; "" -}
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "Warning: consider configuring with no-makedepend, because if"
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT " target system doesn't have $(PERL),"
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT " then make will fail..."
@ ! {- output_on() if $disabled{makedepend}; "" -}
all : build_sw build_docs
test : tests
{- dependmagic('tests'); -} : build_programs_nodep, build_modules_nodep run_tests
run_tests :
@ ! {- output_off() if $disabled{tests}; "" -}
DEFINE SRCTOP "$(SRCDIR)"
DEFINE BLDTOP "$(BLDDIR)"
DEFINE FIPSKEY "$(FIPSKEY)"
IF "$(VERBOSE)" .NES. "" THEN DEFINE VERBOSE "$(VERBOSE)"
$(PERL) {- sourcefile("test", "run_tests.pl") -} $(TESTS)
DEASSIGN BLDTOP
DEASSIGN SRCTOP
DEASSIGN FIPSKEY
@ ! {- if ($disabled{tests}) { output_on(); } else { output_off(); } "" -}
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "Tests are not supported with your chosen Configure options"
@ ! {- output_on() if !$disabled{tests}; "" -}
list-tests :
@ ! {- output_off() if $disabled{tests}; "" -}
@ DEFINE SRCTOP "$(SRCDIR)"
@ $(PERL) {- sourcefile("test", "run_tests.pl") -} list
@ DEASSIGN SRCTOP
@ ! {- if ($disabled{tests}) { output_on(); } else { output_off(); } "" -}
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "Tests are not supported with your chosen Configure options"
@ ! {- output_on() if !$disabled{tests}; "" -}
install : install_sw install_ssldirs install_docs {- $disabled{fips} ? "" : "install_fips" -} install_msg
install_msg :
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "######################################################################"
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT ""
@ IF "$(DESTDIR)" .EQS. "" THEN -
@{- sourcefile("VMS", "msg_install.com") -} "$(SYSTARTUP)" "{- $osslver -}"
@ IF "$(DESTDIR)" .NES. "" THEN -
@{- sourcefile("VMS", "msg_staging.com") -} -
"''installroot']" "''dataroot']" "$(INSTALLTOP)" "$(OPENSSLDIR)" -
"$(SYSTARTUP)" "{- $osslver -}"
check_install :
spawn/nolog @ossl_installroot:[SYSTEST]openssl_ivp{- $osslver -}.com
uninstall : uninstall_docs uninstall_sw {- $disabled{fips} ? "" : "uninstall_fips" -}
# Because VMS wants the generation number (or *) to delete files, we can't
# use $(LIBS), $(PROGRAMS), $(GENERATED) and $(MODULES) directly.
libclean :
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_.OLB;*" } @libs) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_.EXE;*,$_.MAP;*" } @shlibs) || "@ !" -}
clean : libclean
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_;*" } @{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man1}}) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_;*" } @{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man3}}) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_;*" } @{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man5}}) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_;*" } @{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man7}}) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_.EXE;*,$_.OPT;*" } @{$unified_info{programs}}) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_.EXE;*,$_.OPT;*" } @{$unified_info{modules}}) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_;*" } @{$unified_info{scripts}}) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_;*" } @{$unified_info{depends}->{""}}) || "@ !" -}
{- join("\n\t", map { "- DELETE $_;*" } @generated) || "@ !" -}
- DELETE [...]*.MAP;*
- DELETE [...]*.D;*
- DELETE [...]*.OBJ;*,*.LIS;*
- DELETE []CXX$DEMANGLER_DB.;*
- DELETE [.VMS]openssl_startup.com;*
- DELETE [.VMS]openssl_shutdown.com;*
- DELETE []vmsconfig.pm;*
distclean : clean
- DELETE configdata.pm;*
- DELETE descrip.mms;*
depend : descrip.mms
descrip.mms : FORCE
@ ! {- output_off() if $disabled{makedepend}; "" -}
@ $(PERL) {- sourcefile("util", "add-depends.pl") -} "{- $config{makedep_scheme} -}"
@ ! {- output_on() if $disabled{makedepend}; "" -}
# Install helper targets #############################################
install_sw : install_dev install_engines install_modules -
install_runtime install_startup install_ivp
uninstall_sw : uninstall_dev uninstall_modules uninstall_engines -
uninstall_runtime uninstall_startup uninstall_ivp
install_docs : install_html_docs
uninstall_docs : uninstall_html_docs
{- output_off() if $disabled{fips}; "" -}
install_fips : build_sw $(INSTALL_FIPSMODULECONF)
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Installing FIPS module"
COPY/PROT=W:RE $(INSTALL_FIPSMODULES) -
ossl_installroot:[MODULES{- $sover_dirname.$target{pointer_size} -}.'arch']$(FIPSMODULENAME)
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Installing FIPS module configuration"
COPY/PROT=W:RE $(INSTALL_FIPSMODULECONF) OSSL_DATAROOT:[000000]
uninstall_fips :
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Uninstalling FIPS module configuration"
DELETE OSSL_DATAROOT:[000000]fipsmodule.cnf;*
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Uninstalling FIPS module"
DELETE ossl_installroot:[MODULES{- $sover_dirname.$target{pointer_size} -}.'arch']$(FIPSMODULENAME);*
{- output_on() if $disabled{fips}; "" -}
install_ssldirs : check_INSTALLTOP
- CREATE/DIR/PROT=(S:RWED,O:RWE,G:RE,W:RE) OSSL_DATAROOT:[000000]
IF F$SEARCH("OSSL_DATAROOT:[000000]CERTS.DIR;1") .EQS. "" THEN -
CREATE/DIR/PROT=(S:RWED,O:RWE,G:RE,W:RE) OSSL_DATAROOT:[CERTS]
IF F$SEARCH("OSSL_DATAROOT:[000000]PRIVATE.DIR;1") .EQS. "" THEN -
CREATE/DIR/PROT=(S:RWED,O:RWE,G,W) OSSL_DATAROOT:[PRIVATE]
IF F$SEARCH("OSSL_DATAROOT:[000000]MISC.DIR;1") .EQS. "" THEN -
CREATE/DIR/PROT=(S:RWED,O:RWE,G,W) OSSL_DATAROOT:[MISC]
COPY/PROT=W:RE $(MISC_SCRIPTS) OSSL_DATAROOT:[MISC]
@ ! Install configuration file
COPY/PROT=W:R {- sourcefile("apps", "openssl-vms.cnf") -} -
ossl_dataroot:[000000]openssl.cnf-dist
IF F$SEARCH("OSSL_DATAROOT:[000000]openssl.cnf") .EQS. "" THEN -
COPY/PROT=W:R {- sourcefile("apps", "openssl-vms.cnf") -} -
ossl_dataroot:[000000]openssl.cnf
@ ! Install CTLOG configuration file
COPY/PROT=W:R {- sourcefile("apps", "ct_log_list.cnf") -} -
ossl_dataroot:[000000]ct_log_list.cnf-dist
IF F$SEARCH("OSSL_DATAROOT:[000000]ct_log_list.cnf") .EQS. "" THEN -
COPY/PROT=W:R {- sourcefile("apps", "ct_log_list.cnf") -} -
ossl_dataroot:[000000]ct_log_list.cnf
install_dev : check_INSTALLTOP install_runtime_libs
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Installing development files"
@ ! Install header files
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[include.openssl]
COPY/PROT=W:R openssl:*.h ossl_installroot:[include.openssl]
@ ! Install static (development) libraries
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[LIB.'arch']
{- join("\n ",
map { "COPY/PROT=W:R $_.OLB ossl_installroot:[LIB.'arch']" }
@install_libs) -}
install_engines : check_INSTALLTOP install_runtime_libs build_modules
@ {- output_off() unless scalar @install_engines; "" -} !
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Installing engines"
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[ENGINES{- $sover_dirname.$target{pointer_size} -}.'arch']
{- join("\n ",
map { "COPY/PROT=W:RE $_.EXE ossl_installroot:[ENGINES$sover_dirname$target{pointer_size}.'arch']" }
@install_engines) -}
@ {- output_on() unless scalar @install_engines; "" -} !
install_modules : check_INSTALLTOP install_runtime_libs build_modules
@ {- output_off() unless scalar @install_modules; "" -} !
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Installing modules"
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[MODULES{- $sover_dirname.$target{pointer_size} -}.'arch']
{- join("\n ",
map { "COPY/PROT=W:RE $_.EXE ossl_installroot:[MODULES$sover_dirname$target{pointer_size}.'arch']" }
@install_modules) -}
@ {- output_on() unless scalar @install_modules; "" -} !
install_runtime : install_programs
install_runtime_libs : check_INSTALLTOP build_libs
@ {- output_off() if $disabled{shared}; "" -} !
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Installing shareable images"
@ ! Install shared (runtime) libraries
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[LIB.'arch']
{- join("\n ",
map { "COPY/PROT=W:R $_.EXE ossl_installroot:[LIB.'arch']" }
@install_shlibs) -}
@ {- output_on() if $disabled{shared}; "" -} !
install_programs : check_INSTALLTOP install_runtime_libs build_programs
@ {- output_off() if $disabled{apps}; "" -} !
@ ! Install the main program
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[EXE.'arch']
COPY/PROT=W:RE [.APPS]openssl.EXE -
ossl_installroot:[EXE.'arch']openssl{- $osslver -}.EXE
@ ! Install scripts
COPY/PROT=W:RE $(BIN_SCRIPTS) ossl_installroot:[EXE]
@ ! {- output_on() if $disabled{apps}; "" -}
install_startup : [.VMS]openssl_startup.com [.VMS]openssl_shutdown.com -
[.VMS]openssl_utils.com, check_INSTALLTOP
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[SYS$STARTUP]
COPY/PROT=W:RE [.VMS]openssl_startup.com -
ossl_installroot:[SYS$STARTUP]openssl_startup{- $osslver -}.com
COPY/PROT=W:RE [.VMS]openssl_shutdown.com -
ossl_installroot:[SYS$STARTUP]openssl_shutdown{- $osslver -}.com
COPY/PROT=W:RE [.VMS]openssl_utils.com -
ossl_installroot:[SYS$STARTUP]openssl_utils{- $osslver -}.com
install_ivp : [.VMS]openssl_ivp.com check_INSTALLTOP
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[SYSTEST]
COPY/PROT=W:RE [.VMS]openssl_ivp.com -
ossl_installroot:[SYSTEST]openssl_ivp{- $osslver -}.com
[.VMS]openssl_startup.com : vmsconfig.pm {- sourcefile("VMS", "openssl_startup.com.in") -}
- CREATE/DIR [.VMS]
$(PERL) "-I." "-Mvmsconfig" {- sourcefile("util", "dofile.pl") -} -
{- sourcefile("VMS", "openssl_startup.com.in") -} -
> [.VMS]openssl_startup.com
[.VMS]openssl_utils.com : vmsconfig.pm {- sourcefile("VMS", "openssl_utils.com.in") -}
- CREATE/DIR [.VMS]
$(PERL) "-I." "-Mvmsconfig" {- sourcefile("util", "dofile.pl") -} -
{- sourcefile("VMS", "openssl_utils.com.in") -} -
> [.VMS]openssl_utils.com
[.VMS]openssl_shutdown.com : vmsconfig.pm {- sourcefile("VMS", "openssl_shutdown.com.in") -}
- CREATE/DIR [.VMS]
$(PERL) "-I." "-Mvmsconfig" {- sourcefile("util", "dofile.pl") -} -
{- sourcefile("VMS", "openssl_shutdown.com.in") -} -
> [.VMS]openssl_shutdown.com
[.VMS]openssl_ivp.com : vmsconfig.pm {- sourcefile("VMS", "openssl_ivp.com.in") -}
- CREATE/DIR [.VMS]
$(PERL) "-I." "-Mvmsconfig" {- sourcefile("util", "dofile.pl") -} -
{- sourcefile("VMS", "openssl_ivp.com.in") -} -
> [.VMS]openssl_ivp.com
vmsconfig.pm : configdata.pm
OPEN/WRITE/SHARE=READ CONFIG []vmsconfig.pm
WRITE CONFIG "package vmsconfig;"
WRITE CONFIG "use strict; use warnings;"
WRITE CONFIG "use Exporter;"
WRITE CONFIG "our @ISA = qw(Exporter);"
WRITE CONFIG "our @EXPORT = qw(%config %target %withargs %unified_info %disabled);"
WRITE CONFIG "our %config = ("
WRITE CONFIG " target => '","{- $config{target} -}","',"
WRITE CONFIG " version => '","{- $config{version} -}","',"
WRITE CONFIG " shlib_version => '","{- $config{shlib_version} -}","',"
WRITE CONFIG " shlib_major => '","{- $config{shlib_major} -}","',"
WRITE CONFIG " shlib_minor => '","{- $config{shlib_minor} -}","',"
WRITE CONFIG " no_shared => '","{- $disabled{shared} -}","',"
WRITE CONFIG " INSTALLTOP => '$(INSTALLTOP)',"
WRITE CONFIG " OPENSSLDIR => '$(OPENSSLDIR)',"
WRITE CONFIG " pointer_size => '","{- $target{pointer_size} -}","',"
WRITE CONFIG ");"
WRITE CONFIG "our %target = ();"
WRITE CONFIG "our %disabled = ();"
WRITE CONFIG "our %withargs = ();"
WRITE CONFIG "our %unified_info = ();"
WRITE CONFIG "1;"
CLOSE CONFIG
install_html_docs : check_INSTALLTOP build_html_docs
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Installing HTML docs"
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[HTML.MAN1]
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[HTML.MAN3]
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[HTML.MAN5]
- CREATE/DIR ossl_installroot:[HTML.MAN7]
{- join("\n ",
( map { "COPY/PROT=W:RE $_ ossl_installroot:[HTML.MAN1]" }
@{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man1}} ),
( map { "COPY/PROT=W:RE $_ ossl_installroot:[HTML.MAN3]" }
@{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man3}} ),
( map { "COPY/PROT=W:RE $_ ossl_installroot:[HTML.MAN5]" }
@{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man5}} ),
( map { "COPY/PROT=W:RE $_ ossl_installroot:[HTML.MAN7]" }
@{$unified_info{htmldocs}->{man7}} )) -}
check_INSTALLTOP :
@ IF "$(INSTALLTOP)" .EQS. "" THEN -
WRITE SYS$ERROR "INSTALLTOP should not be empty"
@ IF "$(INSTALLTOP)" .EQS. "" THEN -
EXIT %x10000002
# Developer targets ##################################################
debug_logicals :
SH LOGICAL/PROC openssl,internal,ossl_installroot,ossl_dataroot
# Building targets ###################################################
configdata.pm : $(SRCDIR)Configure $(SRCDIR)config.com {- join(" ", @{$config{build_file_templates}}, @{$config{build_infos}}, @{$config{conf_files}}) -}
perl configdata.pm -r
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*************************************************"
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** ***"
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** Please run the same mms command again ***"
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*** ***"
@ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "*************************************************"
@ PIPE ( EXIT %X10000000 )
reconfigure reconf :
perl configdata.pm -r
{-
use File::Basename;
use File::Spec::Functions qw/abs2rel rel2abs catfile catdir/;
use File::Spec::Unix;
# Helper function to convert dependencies in platform agnostic form to
# dependencies in platform form.
sub compute_platform_depends {
map { my $x = $_;
grep { $x eq $_ } @{$unified_info{programs}} and platform->bin($x)
or grep { $x eq $_ } @{$unified_info{modules}} and platform->dso($x)
or grep { $x eq $_ } @{$unified_info{libraries}} and platform->lib($x)
or platform->convertext($x); } @_;
}
# Helper function to figure out dependencies on libraries
# It takes a list of library names and outputs a list of dependencies
sub compute_lib_depends {
# Depending on shared libraries:
# On Windows POSIX layers, we depend on {libname}.dll.a
# On Unix platforms, we depend on {shlibname}.so
return map {
{ lib => platform->sharedlib($_) // platform->staticlib($_),
attrs => $unified_info{attributes}->{libraries}->{$_} }
} @_;
}
# Helper function to deal with inclusion directory specs.
# We're dealing with two issues:
# 1. A lot of include directory specs take up a lot of command line real
# estate, and the DCL command line is very limited (2KiB).
# 2. For optimal usage, include directory paths must be in Unix form,
# that's the only way the C compiler can merge multiple include paths
# in a sane way (we can stop worrying about 1.h including foo/2.h
# including ../3.h).
#
# To resolve 1, we need to create a file with include directory pragmas,
# and let the compiler use it with /FIRST_INCLUDE=.
# To resolve 2, we convert all include directory specs we get to Unix,
# with available File::Spec functions.
#
# We use CRC-24 from https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4880#section-6,
# reimplemented in Perl to get a workable and constant file name for each
# combination of include directory specs. It is assumed that the order of
# these directories don't matter.
#
# This function takes as input a list of include directories
# This function returns a list two things:
# 1. The file name to use with /FIRST_INCLUDE=
# 2. Text to insert into descrip.mms (may be the empty string)
sub crc24 {
my $input = shift;
my $init_value = 0x00B704CE;
my $poly_value = 0x01864CFB;
my $crc = $init_value;
foreach my $x (unpack ('C*', $input)) {
$crc ^= $x << 16;
for (my $i; $i < 8; $i++) {
$crc <<= 1;
if ($crc & 0x01000000) {
$crc ^= $poly_value;
}
}
}
$crc &= 0xFFFFFF;
return $crc;
}
my %includefile_cache;
sub make_includefile {
my %dirs = map {
my $udir = make_unix_path(rel2abs($_));
$udir => 1;
} @_;
my @dirs = sort keys %dirs;
my $filename = sprintf 'incdirs_%x.h', crc24(join(',', @dirs));
if ($includefile_cache{$filename}) {
return ($filename, "");
}
my $scripture = <<"EOF";
$filename :
open/write inc_output $filename
EOF
foreach (@dirs) {
$scripture .= <<"EOF";
write inc_output "#pragma include_directory ""$_"""
EOF
}
$scripture .= <<"EOF";
close inc_output
EOF
$includefile_cache{$filename} = $scripture;
return ($filename, $scripture);
}
sub generatetarget {
my %args = @_;
my $deps = join(" ", compute_platform_depends(@{$args{deps}}));
return <<"EOF";
$args{target} : $deps
EOF
}
sub generatesrc {
my %args = @_;
my $gen0 = $args{generator}->[0];
my $gen_args = join('', map { " $_" }
@{$args{generator}}[1..$#{$args{generator}}]);
my $gen_incs = join("", map { ' "-I'.$_.'"' } @{$args{generator_incs}});
my $deps = join(", -\n\t\t",
compute_platform_depends(@{$args{generator_deps}},
@{$args{deps}}));
if ($args{src} =~ /\.html$/) {
#
# HTML generator
#
my $title = basename($args{src}, ".html");
my $pod = $gen0;
my $mkpod2html = sourcefile('util', 'mkpod2html.pl');
my $srcdoc = sourcedir('doc');
return <<"EOF";
$args{src} : $pod
\$(PERL) $mkpod2html -i $pod -o \$\@ -t "$title" -r "$srcdoc"
EOF
} elsif ($args{src} =~ /\.(\d)$/) {
#
# Man-page generator, on VMS we simply ignore man-pages
#
return "";
} elsif (platform->isdef($args{src})) {
#
# Linker script-ish generator
#
my $target = platform->def($args{src});
my $mkdef = sourcefile('util', 'mkdef.pl');
my $ord_ver = $args{intent} eq 'lib' ? ' --version $(VERSION)' : '';
my $ord_name =
$args{generator}->[1] || basename($args{product}, '.EXE');
my $case_insensitive =
$target{$args{intent}.'_cflags'} =~ m|/NAMES=[^/]*AS_IS|i
? '' : ' --case-insensitive';
return <<"EOF";
$target : $gen0 $deps $mkdef
\$(PERL) $mkdef$ord_ver --ordinals $gen0 --name $ord_name "--OS" "VMS"$case_insensitive > $target
EOF
} elsif (platform->isasm($args{src})) {
#
# Assembler generator
#
my $cppflags =
{ shlib => "$lib_cflags $lib_cppflags",
lib => "$lib_cflags $lib_cppflags",
dso => "$dso_cflags $dso_cppflags",
bin => "$bin_cflags $bin_cppflags" } -> {$args{intent}};
my $defs = join("", map { ",".$_ } @{$args{defs}});
my $target = platform->asm($args{src});
my $generator;
if ($gen0 =~ /\.pl$/) {
$generator = '$(PERL)'.$gen_incs.' '.$gen0.$gen_args
.' '.$cppflags;
} elsif ($gen0 =~ /\.S$/) {
$generator = undef;
} else {
die "Generator type for $src unknown: $gen0.$gen_args\n";
}
if (defined($generator)) {
# If the target is named foo.S in build.info, we want to
# end up generating foo.s in two steps.
if ($args{src} =~ /\.S$/) {
return <<"EOF";
$target : $gen0 $deps
$generator \$\@-S
\@ extradefines = "$defs"
PIPE \$(CPP) $cppflags \$\@-S | -
\$(PERL) -ne "/^#(\\s*line)?\\s*[0-9]+\\s+""/ or print" > \$\@-i
\@ DELETE/SYMBOL/LOCAL extradefines
RENAME \$\@-i \$\@
DELETE \$\@-S;
EOF
}
# Otherwise....
return <<"EOF";
$target : $gen0 $deps
\@ extradefines = "$defs"
$generator \$\@
\@ DELETE/SYMBOL/LOCAL extradefines
EOF
}
return <<"EOF";
$target : $gen0 $deps
\@ extradefines = "$defs"
PIPE \$(CPP) $cppflags $gen0 | -
\$(PERL) "-ne" "/^#(\\s*line)?\\s*[0-9]+\\s+""/ or print" > \$\@
\@ DELETE/SYMBOL/LOCAL extradefines
EOF
} elsif ($gen0 =~ m|^.*\.in$|) {
#
# "dofile" generator (file.in -> file)
#
my $dofile = abs2rel(rel2abs(catfile($config{sourcedir},
"util", "dofile.pl")),
rel2abs($config{builddir}));
my @perlmodules = ( 'configdata.pm',
grep { $_ =~ m|\.pm$| } @{$args{deps}} );
my %perlmoduleincs = map { '"-I'.dirname($_).'"' => 1 } @perlmodules;
$deps = join(' ', $deps, compute_platform_depends(@perlmodules));
@perlmodules = map { '"-M'.basename($_, '.pm').'"' } @perlmodules;
my $perlmodules = join(' ', '', sort keys %perlmoduleincs, @perlmodules);
return <<"EOF";
$args{src} : $gen0 $deps
\$(PERL)$perlmodules $dofile "-o$target{build_file}" $gen0$gen_args > \$\@
EOF
} elsif (grep { $_ eq $gen0 } @{$unified_info{programs}}) {
#
# Generic generator using OpenSSL programs
#
# Redo $gen0, to ensure that we have the proper extension
$gen0 = platform->bin($gen0);
return <<"EOF";
$args{src} : $gen0 $deps
PIPE MCR $gen0$gen_args > \$@
EOF
} else {
#
# Generic generator using Perl
#
return <<"EOF";
$args{src} : $gen0 $deps
\$(PERL)$gen_incs $gen0$gen_args > \$\@
EOF
}
}
sub src2obj {
my $asmext = platform->asmext();
my %args = @_;
my @srcs =
map { my $x = $_;
(platform->isasm($x) && grep { $x eq $_ } @generated)
? platform->asm($x) : $x }
( @{$args{srcs}} );
my $obj = platform->obj($args{obj});
my $dep = platform->dep($args{obj});
my $deps = join(", -\n\t\t", @srcs, @{$args{deps}});
# Because VMS C isn't very good at combining a /INCLUDE path with
# #includes having a relative directory (like '#include "../foo.h"),
# the best choice is to move to the first source file's intended
# directory before compiling, and make sure to write the object file
# in the correct position (important when the object tree is other
# than the source tree).
my $forward = dirname($args{srcs}->[0]);
my $backward = abs2rel(rel2abs("."), rel2abs($forward));
my $objd = abs2rel(rel2abs(dirname($obj)), rel2abs($forward));
my $objn = basename($obj);
my $depd = abs2rel(rel2abs(dirname($dep)), rel2abs($forward));
my $depn = basename($dep);
my $srcs =
join(", ", map { abs2rel(rel2abs($_), rel2abs($forward)) } @srcs);
my $incextra = join(',', map { "\"$_\"" }
@{$unified_info{includes_extra}->{$obj}});
$incextra = "/INCLUDE=($incextra)" if $incextra;
my $cflags;
if ($args{attrs}->{noinst}) {
$cflags .= { shlib => $lib_cflags_no_inst,
lib => $lib_cflags_no_inst,
dso => $dso_cflags_no_inst,
bin => $bin_cflags_no_inst } -> {$args{intent}};
} else {
$cflags .= { shlib => $lib_cflags,
lib => $lib_cflags,
dso => $dso_cflags,
bin => $bin_cflags } -> {$args{intent}};
}
$cflags .= { shlib => $lib_cppflags,
lib => $lib_cppflags,
dso => $dso_cppflags,
bin => $bin_cppflags } -> {$args{intent}};
$cflags .= $incextra;
my $defs = join("", map { ",".$_ } @{$args{defs}});
my $asflags = { shlib => $lib_asflags,
lib => $lib_asflags,
dso => $dso_asflags,
bin => $bin_asflags } -> {$args{intent}};
if ($srcs[0] =~ /\Q${asmext}\E$/) {
return <<"EOF";
$obj : $deps
SET DEFAULT $forward
\$(AS) $asflags \$(ASOUTFLAG)${objd}${objn} $srcs
SET DEFAULT $backward
- PURGE $obj
EOF
} elsif ($srcs[0] =~ /.S$/) {
return <<"EOF";
$obj : $deps
SET DEFAULT $forward
\@ $incs_on
\@ extradefines = "$defs"
PIPE \$(CPP) ${cflags} $srcs | -
\$(PERL) -ne "/^#(\\s*line)?\\s*[0-9]+\\s+""/ or print" -
> ${objd}${objn}-asm
\@ DELETE/SYMBOL/LOCAL extradefines
\@ $incs_off
SET DEFAULT $backward
\$(AS) $asflags \$(ASOUTFLAG)$obj $obj-asm
- PURGE $obj
EOF
}
my ($incdir_filename, $incdir_scripture) =
make_includefile(@{ { shlib => [ @lib_cppincludes ],
lib => [ @lib_cppincludes ],
dso => [ @dso_cppincludes ],
bin => [ @bin_cppincludes ] } -> {$args{intent}} },
@{$args{incs}});
$deps .= ", -\n\t\t$incdir_filename";
$cflags =
$target{cflag_incfirst}
. '"'.make_unix_path(rel2abs($incdir_filename)).'"'
. $cflags;
my $depbuild = $disabled{makedepend} ? ""
: " /MMS=(FILE=${depd}${depn},TARGET=$obj)";
return <<"EOF";
$obj : $deps
SET DEFAULT $forward
\@ $incs_on
\@ extradefines = "$defs"
\$(CC) ${cflags}${depbuild} /OBJECT=${objd}${objn} /REPOSITORY=$backward $srcs
\@ DELETE/SYMBOL/LOCAL extradefines
\@ $incs_off
SET DEFAULT $backward
- PURGE $obj
$incdir_scripture
EOF
}
sub obj2shlib {
my %args = @_;
my $shlibname = platform->sharedname($args{lib});
my $shlib = platform->sharedlib($args{lib});
my @objs = map { platform->convertext($_) }
grep { platform->isobj($_) }
@{$args{objs}};
my @defs = map { platform->convertext($_) }
grep { platform->isdef($_) }
@{$args{objs}};
my @deps = compute_lib_depends(@{$args{deps}});
die "More than one symbol vector" if scalar @defs > 1;
my $deps = join(", -\n\t\t", @objs, @defs, map { $_->{lib} } @deps);
my $shlib_target = $disabled{shared} ? "" : $target{shared_target};
my $translatesyms_pl = abs2rel(rel2abs(catfile($config{sourcedir},
"VMS", "translatesyms.pl")),
rel2abs($config{builddir}));
# The "[]" hack is because in .OPT files, each line inherits the
# previous line's file spec as default, so if no directory spec
# is present in the current line and the previous line has one that
# doesn't apply, you're in for a surprise.
my $write_opt1 =
join(",-\"\n\t", map { my $x = $_ =~ /\[/ ? $_ : "[]".$_;
"WRITE OPT_FILE \"$x" } @objs).
"\"";
my $write_opt2 =
join("\n\t", map { my $x = $_->{lib} =~ /\[/
? $_->{lib} : "[]".$_->{lib};
$x =~ s|(\.EXE)|$1/SHARE|;
$x =~ s|(\.OLB)|$1/LIB|;
"WRITE OPT_FILE \"$x\"" } @deps)
|| "\@ !";
return <<"EOF"
$shlib : $deps
\$(PERL) $translatesyms_pl \$(BLDDIR)CXX\$DEMANGLER_DB. < $defs[0] > $defs[0]-translated
OPEN/WRITE/SHARE=READ OPT_FILE $shlibname-components.OPT
$write_opt1
$write_opt2
CLOSE OPT_FILE
LINK ${lib_ldflags}/SHARE=\$\@ $defs[0]-translated/OPT,-
$shlibname-components.OPT/OPT \$(LIB_EX_LIBS)
DELETE $defs[0]-translated;*,$shlibname-components.OPT;*
PURGE $shlibname.EXE,$shlibname.MAP
EOF
. ($config{target} =~ m|alpha| ? "" : <<"EOF"
SET IMAGE/FLAGS=(NOCALL_DEBUG) \$\@
EOF
);
}
sub obj2dso {
my %args = @_;
my $dsoname = platform->dsoname($args{module});
my $dso = platform->dso($args{module});
my @objs = map { platform->convertext($_) }
grep { platform->isobj($_) }
@{$args{objs}};
my @defs = map { platform->convertext($_) }
grep { platform->isdef($_) }
@{$args{objs}};
my @deps = compute_lib_depends(@{$args{deps}});
my $deps = join(", -\n\t\t", @objs, @defs, map { $_->{lib} } @deps);
die "More than one symbol vector" if scalar @defs > 1;
my $shlib_target = $disabled{shared} ? "" : $target{shared_target};
# The "[]" hack is because in .OPT files, each line inherits the
# previous line's file spec as default, so if no directory spec
# is present in the current line and the previous line has one that
# doesn't apply, you're in for a surprise.
my $write_opt1 =
join(",-\"\n\t", map { my $x = $_ =~ /\[/ ? $_ : "[]".$_;
"WRITE OPT_FILE \"$x" } @objs).
"\"";
my $write_opt2 =
join("\n\t", map { my $x = $_->{lib} =~ /\[/
? $_->{lib} : "[]".$_->{lib};
$x =~ s|(\.EXE)|$1/SHARE|;
$x =~ s|(\.OLB)|$1/LIB|;
"WRITE OPT_FILE \"$x\"" } @deps)
|| "\@ !";
return <<"EOF"
$dso : $deps
OPEN/WRITE/SHARE=READ OPT_FILE $dsoname-components.OPT
$write_opt1
$write_opt2
CLOSE OPT_FILE
LINK ${dso_ldflags}/SHARE=\$\@ $defs[0]/OPT,-
$dsoname-components.OPT/OPT \$(DSO_EX_LIBS)
- PURGE $dsoname.EXE,$dsoname.OPT,$dsoname.MAP
EOF
. ($config{target} =~ m|alpha| ? "" : <<"EOF"
SET IMAGE/FLAGS=(NOCALL_DEBUG) \$\@
EOF
);
}
sub obj2lib {
my %args = @_;
my $lib = platform->staticlib($args{lib});
my @objs = map { platform->convertext($_) }
grep { platform->isobj($_) }
@{$args{objs}};
my $objs = join(", -\n\t\t", @objs);
my $fill_lib = join("\n\t", (map { "LIBRARY/REPLACE $lib $_" } @objs));
return <<"EOF";
$lib : $objs
LIBRARY/CREATE/OBJECT $lib
$fill_lib
- PURGE $lib
EOF
}
sub obj2bin {
my %args = @_;
my $bin = platform->bin($args{bin});
my $binname = platform->binname($args{bin});
my @objs = map { platform->convertext($_) }
grep { platform->isobj($_) }
@{$args{objs}};
my $objs = join(",", @objs);
my @deps = compute_lib_depends(@{$args{deps}});
my $deps = join(", -\n\t\t", @objs, map { $_->{lib} } @deps);
my $olb_count = scalar grep(m|\.OLB$|, map { $_->{lib} } @deps);
my $analyse_objs = "@ !";
if ($olb_count > 0) {
my $analyse_quals =
$config{target} =~ m|alpha| ? "/GSD" : "/SECTIONS=SYMTAB";
$analyse_objs = "- pipe ANALYSE/OBJECT$analyse_quals $objs | SEARCH SYS\$INPUT \"\"\"main\"\"\" ; nomain = \$severity .NE. 1"
}
# The "[]" hack is because in .OPT files, each line inherits the
# previous line's file spec as default, so if no directory spec
# is present in the current line and the previous line has one that
# doesn't apply, you're in for a surprise.
my $write_opt1 =
join(",-\"\n\t", map { my $x = $_ =~ /\[/ ? $_ : "[]".$_;
"\@ WRITE OPT_FILE \"$x" } @objs).
"\"";
my $write_opt2 =
join("\n\t", "WRITE OPT_FILE \"CASE_SENSITIVE=YES\"",
map { my @lines = ();
use Data::Dumper;
my $x = $_->{lib} =~ /\[/
? $_->{lib} : "[]".$_->{lib};
if ($x =~ m|\.EXE$|) {
push @lines, "\@ WRITE OPT_FILE \"$x/SHARE\"";
} elsif ($x =~ m|\.OLB$|) {
# Special hack to include the MAIN object
# module explicitly. This will only be done
# if there isn't a 'main' in the program's
# object modules already.
my $main = $_->{attrs}->{has_main}
? '/INCLUDE=main' : '';
push @lines,
"\@ IF nomain THEN WRITE OPT_FILE \"$x/LIB$main\"",
"\@ IF .NOT. nomain THEN WRITE OPT_FILE \"$x/LIB\""
}
@lines
} @deps)
|| "\@ !";
# The linking commands looks a bit complex, but it's for good reason.
# When you link, say, foo.obj, bar.obj and libsomething.exe/share, and
# bar.obj happens to have a symbol that also exists in libsomething.exe,
# the linker will warn about it, loudly, and will then choose to pick
# the first copy encountered (the one in bar.obj in this example).
# On Unix and on Windows, the corresponding maneuver goes through
# silently with the same effect.
# With some test programs, made for checking the internals of OpenSSL,
# we do this kind of linking deliberately, picking a few specific object
# files from within [.crypto] or [.ssl] so we can reach symbols that are
# otherwise unreachable (since the shareable images only exports the
# symbols listed in [.util]*.num), and then with the shared libraries
# themselves. So we need to silence the warning about multiply defined
# symbols, to mimic the way linking work on Unix and Windows, and so
# the build isn't interrupted (MMS stops when warnings are signaled,
# by default), and so someone building doesn't have to worry where it
# isn't necessary. If there are other warnings, however, we show them
# and let it break the build.
return <<"EOF"
$bin : $deps
$analyse_objs
@ OPEN/WRITE/SHARE=READ OPT_FILE $binname.OPT
$write_opt1
$write_opt2
@ CLOSE OPT_FILE
TYPE $binname.OPT ! For debugging
- pipe SPAWN/WAIT/NOLOG/OUT=$binname.LINKLOG -
LINK ${bin_ldflags}/EXEC=\$\@ $binname.OPT/OPT \$(BIN_EX_LIBS) ; -
link_status = \$status ; link_severity = link_status .AND. 7
@ search_severity = 1
-@ IF link_severity .EQ. 0 THEN -
pipe SEARCH $binname.LINKLOG "%","-"/MATCH=AND | -
SPAWN/WAIT/NOLOG/OUT=NLA0: -
SEARCH SYS\$INPUT: "-W-MULDEF,"/MATCH=NOR ; -
search_severity = \$severity
@ ! search_severity is 3 when the last search didn't find any matching
@ ! string: %SEARCH-I-NOMATCHES, no strings matched
@ ! If that was the result, we pretend linking got through without
@ ! fault or warning.
@ IF search_severity .EQ. 3 THEN link_severity = 1
@ ! At this point, if link_severity shows that there was a fault
@ ! or warning, make sure to restore the linking status.
-@ IF .NOT. link_severity THEN TYPE $binname.LINKLOG
-@ DELETE $binname.LINKLOG;*
@ IF .NOT. link_severity THEN SPAWN/WAIT/NOLOG EXIT 'link_status'
- PURGE $bin,$binname.OPT
EOF
. ($config{target} =~ m|alpha| ? "" : <<"EOF"
SET IMAGE/FLAGS=(NOCALL_DEBUG) \$\@
EOF
);
}
sub in2script {
my %args = @_;
my $script = $args{script};
return "" if grep { $_ eq $script } @{$args{sources}}; # No overwrite!
my $sources = join(" ", @{$args{sources}});
my $dofile = abs2rel(rel2abs(catfile($config{sourcedir},
"util", "dofile.pl")),
rel2abs($config{builddir}));
return <<"EOF";
$script : $sources configdata.pm
\$(PERL) "-I\$(BLDDIR)" "-Mconfigdata" $dofile -
"-o$target{build_file}" $sources > $script
SET FILE/PROT=(S:RWED,O:RWED,G:RE,W:RE) $script
PURGE $script
EOF
}
"" # Important! This becomes part of the template result.
-}