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#! /usr/bin/env perl
# -*- mode: perl; -*-
# Copyright 2016-2017 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.
#
# Licensed under the OpenSSL license (the "License"). You may not use
# this file except in compliance with the License. You can obtain a copy
# in the file LICENSE in the source distribution or at
# https://www.openssl.org/source/license.html
## Configure -- OpenSSL source tree configuration script
require 5.10.0;
use strict;
use Config;
use File::Basename;
use File::Spec::Functions qw/:DEFAULT abs2rel rel2abs/;
use File::Path qw/mkpath/;
use if $^O ne "VMS", 'File::Glob' => qw/glob/;
# 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
# enable-weak-ssl-ciphers
# Enable weak ciphers that are disabled by default. This currently
# only includes RC4 based ciphers.
# 386 generate 80386 code in assembly modules
# no-sse2 disables IA-32 SSE2 code in assembly modules, the above
# mentioned '386' option implies this one
# no-<cipher> build without specified algorithm (rsa, idea, rc5, ...)
# -<xxx> +<xxx> compiler options are passed through
# -static while -static is also a pass-through compiler option (and
# as such is limited to environments where it's actually
# meaningful), it triggers a number configuration options,
# namely no-dso, no-pic, no-shared and no-threads. It is
# argued that the only reason to produce statically linked
# binaries (and in context it means executables linked with
# -static flag, and not just executables linked with static
# libcrypto.a) is to eliminate dependency on specific run-time,
# a.k.a. libc version. The mentioned config options are meant
# to achieve just that. Unfortunately on Linux it's impossible
# to eliminate the dependency completely for openssl executable
# because of getaddrinfo and gethostbyname calls, which can
# invoke dynamically loadable library facility anyway to meet
# the lookup requests. For this reason on Linux statically
# linked openssl executable has rather debugging value than
# production quality.
#
# 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 assembler,
# SHA1_ASM use some extra sha1 assembler, must define L_ENDIAN for x86
# RMD160_ASM use some extra ripemd160 assembler,
# SHA256_ASM sha256_block is implemented in assembler
# SHA512_ASM sha512_block is implemented in assembler
# AES_ASM AES_[en|de]crypt is implemented in assembler
# Minimum warning options... any contributions to OpenSSL should at least get
# past these.
# DEBUG_UNUSED enables __owur (warn unused result) checks.
# -DPEDANTIC complements -pedantic and is meant to mask code that
# is not strictly standard-compliant and/or implementation-specific,
# e.g. inline assembly, disregards to alignment requirements, such
# that -pedantic would complain about. Incidentally -DPEDANTIC has
# to be used even in sanitized builds, because sanitizer too is
# supposed to and does take notice of non-standard behaviour. Then
# -pedantic with pre-C9x compiler would also complain about 'long
# long' not being supported. As 64-bit algorithms are common now,
# it grew impossible to resolve this without sizeable additional
# code, so we just tell compiler to be pedantic about everything
# but 'long long' type.
my $gcc_devteam_warn = "-DDEBUG_UNUSED"
. " -Wswitch"
. " -DPEDANTIC -pedantic -Wno-long-long"
. " -Wall"
. " -Wsign-compare"
. " -Wmissing-prototypes"
. " -Wshadow"
. " -Wformat"
. " -Wtype-limits"
. " -Wundef"
. " -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:
# -Wcast-align
# -Wunreachable-code -- no, too ugly/compiler-specific
# -Wlanguage-extension-token -- no, we use asm()
# -Wunused-macros -- no, too tricky for BN and _XOPEN_SOURCE etc
# -Wextended-offsetof -- no, needed in CMS ASN1 code
my $clang_devteam_warn = ""
. " -Qunused-arguments"
. " -Wextra"
. " -Wswitch -Wswitch-default"
. " -Wno-unused-parameter"
. " -Wno-parentheses-equality"
. " -Wno-missing-field-initializers"
. " -Wno-language-extension-token"
. " -Wno-extended-offsetof"
. " -Wconditional-uninitialized"
. " -Wincompatible-pointer-types-discards-qualifiers"
. " -Wmissing-variable-declarations"
. " -Wundef"
;
# 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 compatibility 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 evaluations, inheritances and so on for the
# chosen target and any target it inherits from.
sub resolve_config;
# Information collection #############################################
# Unified build supports separate build dir
my $srcdir = catdir(absolutedir(dirname($0))); # catdir ensures local syntax
my $blddir = catdir(absolutedir(".")); # catdir ensures local syntax
my $dofile = abs2rel(catfile($srcdir, "util/dofile.pl"));
my $local_config_envname = 'OPENSSL_LOCAL_CONFIG_DIR';
$config{sourcedir} = abs2rel($srcdir);
$config{builddir} = abs2rel($blddir);
# Collect reconfiguration information if needed
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{CC} = $configdata::config{cc}
if defined($configdata::config{cc});
$ENV{CXX} = $configdata::config{cxx}
if defined($configdata::config{cxx});
$ENV{BUILDFILE} = $configdata::config{build_file}
if defined($configdata::config{build_file});
$ENV{$local_config_envname} = $configdata::config{local_config_dir}
if defined($configdata::config{local_config_dir});
print "Reconfiguring with: ", join(" ",@argvcopy), "\n";
print " CROSS_COMPILE = ",$ENV{CROSS_COMPILE},"\n"
if $ENV{CROSS_COMPILE};
print " CC = ",$ENV{CC},"\n" if $ENV{CC};
print " CXX = ",$ENV{CXX},"\n" if $ENV{CXX};
print " BUILDFILE = ",$ENV{BUILDFILE},"\n" if $ENV{BUILDFILE};
print " $local_config_envname = ",$ENV{$local_config_envname},"\n"
if $ENV{$local_config_envname};
} else {
die "Insufficient data to reconfigure, please do a normal configuration\n";
}
}
$config{perlargv} = [ @argvcopy ];
# 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($_);
}
if (defined $ENV{$local_config_envname}) {
if ($^O eq 'VMS') {
# VMS environment variables are logical names,
# which can be used as is
$pattern = $local_config_envname . ':' . '*.conf';
} else {
$pattern = catfile($ENV{$local_config_envname}, '*.conf');
}
foreach (sort glob($pattern)) {
&read_config($_);
}
}
print "Configuring OpenSSL version $config{version} ($config{version_num})\n";
$config{prefix}="";
$config{openssldir}="";
$config{processor}="";
$config{libdir}="";
$config{cross_compile_prefix}="";
my $auto_threads=1; # enable threads automatically? true by default
my $default_ranlib;
# Top level directories to build
$config{dirs} = [ "crypto", "ssl", "engines", "apps", "test", "util", "tools", "fuzz" ];
# crypto/ subdirectories to build
$config{sdirs} = [
"objects",
"md2", "md4", "md5", "sha", "mdc2", "hmac", "ripemd", "whrlpool", "poly1305", "blake2", "siphash",
"des", "aes", "rc2", "rc4", "rc5", "idea", "aria", "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"
];
# test/ subdirectories to build
$config{tdirs} = [ "ossl_shim" ];
# Known TLS and DTLS protocols
my @tls = qw(ssl3 tls1 tls1_1 tls1_2 tls1_3);
my @dtls = qw(dtls1 dtls1_2);
# Explicitly known options that are possible to disable. They can
# be regexps, and will be used like this: /^no-${option}$/
# For developers: keep it sorted alphabetically
my @disablables = (
"afalgeng",
"aria",
"asan",
"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",
"external-tests",
"filenames",
"fuzz-libfuzzer",
"fuzz-afl",
"gost",
"heartbeats",
"hw(-.+)?",
"idea",
"makedepend",
"md2",
"md4",
"mdc2",
"msan",
"multiblock",
"nextprotoneg",
"ocb",
"ocsp",
"pic",
"poly1305",
"posix-io",
"psk",
"rc2",
"rc4",
"rc5",
"rdrand",
"rfc3779",
"rmd160",
"scrypt",
"sctp",
"seed",
"shared",
"siphash",
"sock",
"srp",
"srtp",
"sse2",
"ssl",
"ssl-trace",
"static-engine",
"stdio",
"tests",
"threads",
"tls",
"ts",
"ubsan",
"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" => undef,
"buf-freelists" => undef,
"ripemd" => "rmd160"
);
# All of the following is disabled by default (RC5 was enabled before 0.9.8):
our %disabled = ( # "what" => "comment"
"aria" => "default",
"asan" => "default",
"crypto-mdebug" => "default",
"crypto-mdebug-backtrace" => "default",
"ec_nistp_64_gcc_128" => "default",
"egd" => "default",
"external-tests" => "default",
"fuzz-libfuzzer" => "default",
"fuzz-afl" => "default",
"heartbeats" => "default",
"md2" => "default",
"msan" => "default",
"rc5" => "default",
"sctp" => "default",
"ssl-trace" => "default",
"ssl3" => "default",
"ssl3-method" => "default",
"ubsan" => "default",
#TODO(TLS1.3): Temporarily disabled while this is a WIP
"tls1_3" => "default",
"unit-test" => "default",
"weak-ssl-ciphers" => "default",
"zlib" => "default",
"zlib-dynamic" => "default",
);
# Note: => pair form used for aesthetics, not to truly make a hash table
my @disable_cascades = (
# "what" => [ "cascade", ... ]
sub { $config{processor} eq "386" }
=> [ "sse2" ],
"ssl" => [ "ssl3" ],
"ssl3-method" => [ "ssl3" ],
"zlib" => [ "zlib-dynamic" ],
"des" => [ "mdc2" ],
"ec" => [ "ecdsa", "ecdh" ],
"dgram" => [ "dtls", "sctp" ],
"sock" => [ "dgram" ],
"dtls" => [ @dtls ],
sub { 0 == scalar grep { !$disabled{$_} } @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} || $disabled{ecdh}); }
=> [ "tls1", "tls1_1", "tls1_2", "tls1_3",
"dtls1", "dtls1_2" ],
"tls" => [ @tls ],
sub { 0 == scalar grep { !$disabled{$_} } @tls }
=> [ "tls" ],
# SRP and HEARTBEATS require TLSEXT
"tlsext" => [ "srp", "heartbeats" ],
"crypto-mdebug" => [ "crypto-mdebug-backtrace" ],
# Without DSO, we can't load dynamic engines, so don't build them dynamic
"dso" => [ "dynamic-engine" ],
# Without position independent code, there can be no shared libraries or DSOs
"pic" => [ "shared" ],
"shared" => [ "dynamic-engine" ],
"engine" => [ "afalgeng" ],
# no-autoalginit is only useful when building non-shared
"autoalginit" => [ "shared", "apps" ],
"stdio" => [ "apps", "capieng" ],
"apps" => [ "tests" ],
"comp" => [ "zlib" ],
"ec" => [ "tls1_3" ],
sub { !$disabled{"unit-test"} } => [ "heartbeats" ],
sub { !$disabled{"msan"} } => [ "asm" ],
);
# 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 $no_sse2=0;
&usage if ($#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 %unsupported_options = ();
my %deprecated_options = ();
while (@argvcopy)
{
$_ = shift @argvcopy;
# VMS is a case insensitive environment, and depending on settings
# out of our control, we may receive options uppercased. Let's
# downcase at least the part before any equal sign.
if ($^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 (!exists $deprecated_disablables{$word}
&& !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";
}
elsif (exists $deprecated_disablables{$1})
{
$deprecated_options{$_} = 1;
if (defined $deprecated_disablables{$1})
{
$disabled{$deprecated_disablables{$1}} = "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 ($1 eq "threads");
}
elsif (/^--strict-warnings$/)
{
$strict_warnings = 1;
}
elsif (/^--debug$/)
{
$config{build_type} = "debug";
}
elsif (/^--release$/)
{
$config{build_type} = "release";
}
elsif (/^386$/)
{ $config{processor}=386; }
elsif (/^fips$/)
{
die "FIPS mode not supported\n";
}
elsif (/^rsaref$/)
{
# No RSAref support any more since it's not needed.
# The check for the option is there so scripts aren't
# broken
}
elsif (/^nofipscanistercheck$/)
{
die "FIPS mode not supported\n";
}
elsif (/^[-+]/)
{
if (/^--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}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-fuzzer-lib=(.*)$/)
{
$withargs{fuzzer_lib}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--with-fuzzer-include=(.*)$/)
{
$withargs{fuzzer_include}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--cross-compile-prefix=(.*)$/)
{
$config{cross_compile_prefix}=$1;
}
elsif (/^--config=(.*)$/)
{
read_config $1;
}
elsif (/^-[lL](.*)$/ or /^-Wl,/)
{
$libs.=$_." ";
}
elsif (/^-rpath$/ or /^-R$/)
# -rpath is the OSF1 rpath flag
# -R is the old Solaris rpath flag
{
my $rpath = shift(@argvcopy) || "";
$rpath .= " " if $rpath ne "";
$libs.=$_." ".$rpath;
}
elsif (/^-static$/)
{
$libs.=$_." ";
$disabled{"dso"} = "forced";
$disabled{"pic"} = "forced";
$disabled{"shared"} = "forced";
$disabled{"threads"} = "forced";
}
elsif (/^-D(.*)$/)
{
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 $target || /^no-/ || /^disable-/)
{
# "no-..." follows later after implied disactivations
# have been derived. (Don't take this too seriously,
# we really only write OPTIONS to the Makefile out of
# nostalgia.)
if ($config{options} eq "")
{ $config{options} = $_; }
else
{ $config{options} .= " ".$_; }
}
if (defined($config{api}) && !exists $apitable->{$config{api}}) {
die "***** Unsupported api compatibility level: $config{api}\n",
}
if (keys %deprecated_options)
{
warn "***** Deprecated options: ",
join(", ", keys %deprecated_options), "\n";
}
if (keys %unsupported_options)
{
die "***** Unsupported options: ",
join(", ", keys %unsupported_options), "\n";
}
}
if ($libs =~ /(^|\s)-Wl,-rpath,/
&& !$disabled{shared}
&& !($disabled{asan} && $disabled{msan} && $disabled{ubsan})) {
die "***** Cannot simultaneously use -rpath, shared libraries, and\n",
"***** any of asan, msan or ubsan\n";
}
my @tocheckfor = (keys %disabled);
while (@tocheckfor) {
my %new_tocheckfor = ();
my @cascade_copy = (@disable_cascades);
while (@cascade_copy) {
my ($test, $descendents) = (shift @cascade_copy, shift @cascade_copy);
if (ref($test) eq "CODE" ? $test->() : defined($disabled{$test})) {
foreach(grep { !defined($disabled{$_}) } @$descendents) {
$new_tocheckfor{$_} = 1; $disabled{$_} = "forced";
}
}
}
@tocheckfor = (keys %new_tocheckfor);
}
our $die = sub { die @_; };
if ($target eq "TABLE") {
local $die = sub { warn @_; };
foreach (sort keys %table) {
print_table_entry($_, "TABLE");
}
exit 0;
}
if ($target eq "LIST") {
foreach (sort keys %table) {
print $_,"\n" unless $table{$_}->{template};
}
exit 0;
}
if ($target eq "HASH") {
local $die = sub { warn @_; };
print "%table = (\n";
foreach (sort keys %table) {
print_table_entry($_, "HASH");
}
exit 0;
}
# 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 @{$config{openssl_other_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_ENGINE";
print " OPENSSL_NO_ENGINE (skip engines)";
}
else
{
my ($WHAT, $what);
($WHAT = $what = $_) =~ tr/[\-a-z]/[_A-Z]/;
# Fix up C macro end names
$WHAT = "RMD160" if $what eq "ripemd";
# fix-up crypto/directory name(s)
$what = "ripemd" if $what eq "rmd160";
$what = "whrlpool" if $what eq "whirlpool";
if ($what ne "async" && $what ne "err"
&& grep { $_ eq $what } @{$config{sdirs}})
{
push @{$config{openssl_algorithm_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_$WHAT";
@{$config{sdirs}} = grep { $_ ne $what} @{$config{sdirs}};
print " OPENSSL_NO_$WHAT (skip dir)";
}
else
{
push @{$config{openssl_other_defines}}, "OPENSSL_NO_$WHAT";
print " OPENSSL_NO_$WHAT";
if (/^err$/) { push @user_defines, "OPENSSL_NO_ERR"; }
}
}
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});
my %conf_files = map { $_ => 1 } (@{$target{_conf_fname_int}});
$config{conf_files} = [ sort keys %conf_files ];
%target = ( %{$table{DEFAULTS}}, %target );
$target{cxxflags}=$target{cflags} unless defined $target{cxxflags};
$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
# Note: only Unix cares about HASHBANGPERL... that explains
# the default string.
$config{perl} = ($^O ne "VMS" ? $^X : "perl");
$config{hashbangperl} =
$ENV{'HASHBANGPERL'} || $ENV{'PERL'} || "/usr/bin/env perl";
$target{cc} = $ENV{'CC'} || $target{cc} || "cc";
$target{cxx} = $ENV{'CXX'} || $target{cxx} || "c++";
$target{ranlib} = $ENV{'RANLIB'} || $target{ranlib} ||
(which("$config{cross_compile_prefix}ranlib") ?
"\$(CROSS_COMPILE)ranlib" : "true");
$target{ar} = $ENV{'AR'} || $target{ar} || "ar";
$target{nm} = $ENV{'NM'} || $target{nm} || "nm";
$target{rc} =
$ENV{'RC'} || $ENV{'WINDRES'} || $target{rc} || "windres";
# Allow overriding the build file name
$target{build_file} = $ENV{BUILDFILE} || $target{build_file} || "Makefile";
# Cache information necessary for reconfiguration
$config{cc} = $target{cc};
$config{cxx} = $target{cxx};
$config{build_file} = $target{build_file};
# 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{cxxflags} = "";
$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";
my ($builder, $builder_platform, @builder_opts) =
@{$target{build_scheme}};
foreach my $checker (($builder_platform."-".$target{build_file}."-checker.pm",
$builder_platform."-checker.pm")) {
my $checker_path = catfile($srcdir, "Configurations", $checker);
if (-f $checker_path) {
my $fn = $ENV{CONFIGURE_CHECKER_WARN}
? sub { warn $@; } : sub { die $@; };
if (! do $checker_path) {
if ($@) {
$fn->($@);
} elsif ($!) {
$fn->($!);
} else {
$fn->("The detected tools didn't match the platform\n");
}
}
last;
}
}
push @{$config{defines}}, "NDEBUG" if $config{build_type} eq "release";
if ($target =~ /^mingw/ && `$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 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)") {
$disabled{threads} = "unavailable";
}
} else {
# The user chose to enable threads explicitly, let's see
# if there's a chance that's possible
if ($target{thread_scheme} eq "(unknown)") {
# If the user asked for "threads" and we don't have internal
# knowledge how to do it, [s]he is expected to provide any
# system-dependent compiler options that are necessary. We
# can't truly check that the given options are correct, but
# we expect the user to know what [s]He is doing.
if ($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"});
$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";
$config{dynamic_engines} = 1;
}
unless ($disabled{asan}) {
$config{cflags} .= "-fsanitize=address ";
}
unless ($disabled{ubsan}) {
# -DPEDANTIC or -fnosanitize=alignment may also be required on some
# platforms.
$config{cflags} .= "-fsanitize=undefined -fno-sanitize-recover=all ";
}
unless ($disabled{msan}) {
$config{cflags} .= "-fsanitize=memory ";
}
unless ($disabled{"fuzz-libfuzzer"} && $disabled{"fuzz-afl"}
&& $disabled{asan} && $disabled{ubsan} && $disabled{msan}) {
$config{cflags} .= "-fno-omit-frame-pointer -g ";
}
#
# Platform fix-ups
#
# This saves the build files from having to check
if ($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 ($target{bn_asm_src} =~ /-gf2m/);
if ($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{rc4_asm_src} ne $table{DEFAULTS}->{rc4_asm_src}) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "RC4_ASM";
}
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{padlock_asm_src} ne $table{DEFAULTS}->{padlock_asm_src}) {
push @{$config{defines}}, "PADLOCK_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"; $config{cxxflags}="$config{cxxflags}$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") {
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;
}
# Store the name of the template file we will build the build file from
# in %config. This may be useful for the build file itself.
my @build_file_template_names =
( $builder_platform."-".$target{build_file}.".tmpl",
$target{build_file}.".tmpl" );
my @build_file_templates = ();
# First, look in the user provided directory, if given
if (defined $ENV{$local_config_envname}) {
@build_file_templates =
map {
if ($^O eq 'VMS') {
# VMS environment variables are logical names,
# which can be used as is
$local_config_envname . ':' . $_;
} else {
catfile($ENV{$local_config_envname}, $_);
}
}
@build_file_template_names;
}
# Then, look in our standard directory
push @build_file_templates,
( map { cleanfile($srcdir, catfile("Configurations", $_), $blddir) }
@build_file_template_names );
my $build_file_template;
for $_ (@build_file_templates) {
$build_file_template = $_;
last if -f $build_file_template;
$build_file_template = undef;
}
if (!defined $build_file_template) {
die "*** Couldn't find any of:\n", join("\n", @build_file_templates), "\n";
}
$config{build_file_templates}
= [ $build_file_template,
cleanfile($srcdir, catfile("Configurations", "common.tmpl"),
$blddir) ];
my @build_infos = ( [ ".", "build.info" ] );
foreach (@{$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", $_, "build.info"));
}
foreach (@{$config{tdirs}}) {
push @build_infos, [ catdir("test", $_), "build.info" ]
if (-f catfile($srcdir, "test", $_, "build.info"));
}
$config{build_infos} = [ ];
foreach (@build_infos) {
my $sourced = catdir($srcdir, $_->[0]);
my $buildd = catdir($blddir, $_->[0]);
mkpath($buildd);
my $f = $_->[1];
# The basic things we're trying to build
my @programs = ();
my @programs_install = ();
my @libraries = ();
my @libraries_install = ();
my @engines = ();
my @engines_install = ();
my @scripts = ();
my @scripts_install = ();
my @extra = ();
my @overrides = ();
my @intermediates = ();
my @rawlines = ();
my %ordinals = ();
my %sources = ();
my %shared_sources = ();
my %includes = ();
my %depends = ();
my %renames = ();
my %sharednames = ();
my %generate = ();
push @{$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,
$template->fill_in(HASH => { config => \%config,
target => \%target,
disabled => \%disabled,
withargs => \%withargs,
builddir => abs2rel($buildd, $blddir),
sourcedir => abs2rel($sourced, $blddir),
buildtop => abs2rel($blddir, $blddir),
sourcetop => abs2rel($srcdir, $blddir) },
DELIMITERS => [ "{-", "-}" ]);
# The top item of this stack has the following values
# -2 positive already run and we found ELSE (following ELSIF should fail)
# -1 positive already run (skip until ENDIF)
# 0 negatives so far (if we're at a condition, check it)
# 1 last was positive (don't skip lines until next ELSE, ELSIF or ENDIF)
# 2 positive ELSE (following ELSIF should fail)
my @skip = ();
collect_information(
collect_from_array([ @text ],
qr/\\$/ => 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*$/
=> sub { die "ENDIF out of scope" if ! @skip;
pop @skip; },
qr/^\s*PROGRAMS(_NO_INST)?\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub {
if (!@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0) {
my $install = $1;
my @x = tokenize($2);
push @programs, @x;
push @programs_install, @x unless $install;
}
},
qr/^\s*LIBS(_NO_INST)?\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub {
if (!@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0) {
my $install = $1;
my @x = tokenize($2);
push @libraries, @x;
push @libraries_install, @x unless $install;
}
},
qr/^\s*ENGINES(_NO_INST)?\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub {
if (!@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0) {
my $install = $1;
my @x = tokenize($2);
push @engines, @x;
push @engines_install, @x unless $install;
}
},
qr/^\s*SCRIPTS(_NO_INST)?\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub {
if (!@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0) {
my $install = $1;
my @x = tokenize($2);
push @scripts, @x;
push @scripts_install, @x unless $install;
}
},
qr/^\s*EXTRA\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @extra, tokenize($1)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*OVERRIDES\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @overrides, tokenize($1)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*ORDINALS\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/,
=> sub { push @{$ordinals{$1}}, tokenize($2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*SOURCE\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$sources{$1}}, tokenize($2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*SHARED_SOURCE\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$shared_sources{$1}}, tokenize($2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*INCLUDE\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$includes{$1}}, tokenize($2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*DEPEND\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])*)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$depends{$1}}, tokenize($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}}, tokenize($2)
if !@skip || $skip[$#skip] > 0 },
qr/^\s*SHARED_NAME\[((?:\\.|[^\\\]])+)\]\s*=\s*(.*)\s*$/
=> sub { push @{$sharednames{$1}}, tokenize($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 (@programs_install) {
my $program = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$program}) {
$program = $unified_info{rename}->{$program};
}
$unified_info{install}->{programs}->{$program} = 1;
}
foreach (@libraries) {
my $library = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$library}) {
$library = $unified_info{rename}->{$library};
}
$unified_info{libraries}->{$library} = 1;
}
foreach (@libraries_install) {
my $library = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$library}) {
$library = $unified_info{rename}->{$library};
}
$unified_info{install}->{libraries}->{$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 (@engines_install) {
my $library = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$library}) {
$library = $unified_info{rename}->{$library};
}
$unified_info{install}->{engines}->{$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 (@scripts_install) {
my $script = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$script}) {
$script = $unified_info{rename}->{$script};
}
$unified_info{install}->{scripts}->{$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, $_, $blddir);
}
# We recognise C++, C and asm files
if ($s =~ /\.(cc|cpp|c|s|S)$/) {
my $o = $_;
$o =~ s/\.[csS]$/.o/; # C and assembler
$o =~ s/\.(cc|cpp)$/_cc.o/; # C++
$o = cleanfile($buildd, $o, $blddir);
$unified_info{sources}->{$ddest}->{$o} = 1;
$unified_info{sources}->{$o}->{$s} = 1;
} 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, $_, $blddir);
}
# We recognise C++, C and asm files
if ($s =~ /\.(cc|cpp|c|s|S)$/) {
my $o = $_;
$o =~ s/\.[csS]$/.o/; # C and assembler
$o =~ s/\.(cc|cpp)$/_cc.o/; # C++
$o = cleanfile($buildd, $o, $blddir);
$unified_info{shared_sources}->{$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 = $dest eq "" ? "" : cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If the destination doesn't exist in source, it can only be
# a generated file in the build tree.
if ($ddest ne "" && ! -f $ddest) {
$ddest = cleanfile($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, $_, $blddir) }
grep { /\.h$/ } keys %{$unified_info{generate}})) {
$d = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
}
# Take note if the file to depend on is being renamed
# Take extra care with files ending with .a, they should
# be treated without that extension, and the extension
# should be added back after treatment.
$d =~ /(\.a)?$/;
my $e = $1 // "";
$d = $`;
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$d}) {
$d = $unified_info{rename}->{$d};
}
$d .= $e;
$unified_info{depends}->{$ddest}->{$d} = 1;
# If we depend on a header file or a perl module, let's make
# sure it can get included
if ($dest ne "" && $d =~ /\.(h|pm)$/) {
my $i = dirname($d);
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{source}}, $i
unless grep { $_ eq $i } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{source}};
}
}
}
foreach (keys %includes) {
my $dest = $_;
my $ddest = cleanfile($sourced, $_, $blddir);
# If the destination doesn't exist in source, it can only be
# a generated file in the build tree.
if (! -f $ddest) {
$ddest = cleanfile($buildd, $_, $blddir);
if ($unified_info{rename}->{$ddest}) {
$ddest = $unified_info{rename}->{$ddest};
}
}
foreach (@{$includes{$dest}}) {
my $is = cleandir($sourced, $_, $blddir);
my $ib = cleandir($buildd, $_, $blddir);
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{source}}, $is
unless grep { $_ eq $is } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{source}};
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{build}}, $ib
unless grep { $_ eq $ib } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$ddest}->{build}};
}
}
}
### 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 (("install", "sources", "shared_sources", "ldadd", "depends")) {
foreach my $l2 (sort keys %{$unified_info{$l1}}) {
$unified_info{$l1}->{$l2} =
[ sort keys %{$unified_info{$l1}->{$l2}} ];
}
}
# Includes
foreach my $dest (sort keys %{$unified_info{includes}}) {
if (defined($unified_info{includes}->{$dest}->{build})) {
my @source_includes =
( @{$unified_info{includes}->{$dest}->{source}} );
$unified_info{includes}->{$dest} =
[ @{$unified_info{includes}->{$dest}->{build}} ];
foreach my $inc (@source_includes) {
push @{$unified_info{includes}->{$dest}}, $inc
unless grep { $_ eq $inc } @{$unified_info{includes}->{$dest}};
}
} else {
$unified_info{includes}->{$dest} =
[ @{$unified_info{includes}->{$dest}->{source}} ];
}
}
}
# 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};
$target{$obj} =~ s/\.[csS]\b/.o/g; # C and assembler
$target{$obj} =~ s/\.(cc|cpp)\b/_cc.o/g; # C++
}
# 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 "\n";
print "PROCESSOR =$config{processor}\n" if $config{processor};
print "PERL =$config{perl}\n";
print "PERLVERSION =$Config{version} for $Config{archname}\n";
print "HASHBANGPERL =$config{hashbangperl}\n";
print "CC =$config{cross_compile_prefix}$target{cc}\n";
print "CFLAG =$target{cflags} $config{cflags}\n";
print "CXX =$config{cross_compile_prefix}$target{cxx}\n"
if defined $target{cxx};
print "CXXFLAG =$target{cxxflags} $config{cxxflags}\n"
if defined $target{cxx};
print "DEFINES =",join(" ", @{$target{defines}}, @{$config{defines}}),"\n";
#print "RANLIB =", $target{ranlib} eq '$(CROSS_COMPILE)ranlib' ?
# "$config{cross_compile_prefix}ranlib" :
# "$target{ranlib}", "\n";
print "EX_LIBS =$target{ex_libs} $config{ex_libs}\n";
my %builders = (
unified => sub {
run_dofile(catfile($blddir, $target{build_file}),
@{$config{build_file_templates}});
},
);
$builders{$builder}->($builder_platform, @builder_opts);
print <<"EOF" if ($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 ($no_shared_warn);
The options 'shared', 'pic' and 'dynamic-engine' aren't supported on this
platform, so we will pretend you gave the option 'no-pic', which also disables
'shared' and 'dynamic-engine'. If you know how to implement shared libraries
or position independent code, please let us know (but please first make sure
you have tried with a current version of OpenSSL).
EOF
print <<"EOF" if (-f catfile($srcdir, "configdata.pm") && $srcdir ne $blddir);
WARNING: there are indications that another build was made in the source
directory. This build may have picked up artifacts from that build, the
safest course of action is to clean the source directory and redo this
configuration.
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 = ();
{
# Protect certain tables from tampering
local %table = %::table;
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 $targets{$_};
} else {
$targets{$_}->{_conf_fname_int} = add([ $fname ]);
}
}
%table = (%table, %targets);
}
# configuration resolver. Will only resolve all the lazy evaluation
# codeblocks for the chosen 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 $inherited_config{template};
foreach (keys %inherited_config) {
if (!$combined_inheritance{$_}) {
$combined_inheritance{$_} = [];
}
push @{$combined_inheritance{$_}}, $inherited_config{$_};
}
}
}
# 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
# empty 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 $perlcmd = (quotify("maybeshell", $config{perl}))[0];
my $cmd = "$perlcmd \"-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, $!";
}
sub which
{
my ($name)=@_;
if (eval { require IPC::Cmd; 1; }) {
IPC::Cmd->import();
return scalar IPC::Cmd::can_run($name);
} else {
# if there is $directories component in splitpath,
# then it's not something to test with $PATH...
return $name if (File::Spec->splitpath($name))[1];
foreach (File::Spec->path()) {
my $fullpath = catfile($_, "$name$target{exe_extension}");
if (-f $fullpath and -x $fullpath) {
return $fullpath;
}
}
}
}
# Configuration printer ##############################################
sub print_table_entry
{
my $target = shift;
my %target = resolve_config($target);
my $type = shift;
# Don't print the templates
return if $target{template};
my @sequence = (
"sys_id",
"cc",
"cflags",
"defines",
"unistd",
"ld",
"lflags",
"loutflag",
"plib_lflags",
"ex_libs",
"bn_ops",
"apps_aux_src",
"cpuid_asm_src",
"uplink_aux_src",
"bn_asm_src",
"ec_asm_src",
"des_asm_src",
"aes_asm_src",
"bf_asm_src",
"md5_asm_src",
"cast_asm_src",
"sha1_asm_src",
"rc4_asm_src",
"rmd160_asm_src",
"rc5_asm_src",
"wp_asm_src",
"cmll_asm_src",
"modes_asm_src",
"padlock_asm_src",
"chacha_asm_src",
"poly1035_asm_src",
"thread_scheme",
"perlasm_scheme",
"dso_scheme",
"shared_target",
"shared_cflag",
"shared_defines",
"shared_ldflag",
"shared_rcflag",
"shared_extension",
"dso_extension",
"obj_extension",
"exe_extension",
"ranlib",
"ar",
"arflags",
"aroutflag",
"rc",
"rcflags",
"rcoutflag",
"mt",
"mtflags",
"mtinflag",
"mtoutflag",
"multilib",
"build_scheme",
);
if ($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(