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#! /bin/sh
# $Id: configure 142 2011-04-06 21:12:07Z gerd $
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
#

# Some functions

#set -x

version="1.2.7"

# Remember the old IFS value:
oldifs="$IFS"


in_path () {
    # Does $1 exist in $PATH?
    IFS=":"
    for d in $PATH; do
	if test -x "$d/$1"; then
	    IFS="$oldifs"
	    return 0
	fi
    done
    IFS="$oldifs"
    return 1
#--- The following is not portable enough:
#    if test -x `type -p ls`; then
#	# type -p works!
#        type -p $1 >/dev/null
#    else
#        # use 'which' instead
#        p=`which $1`
#	test -x "$p"
#    fi
}


get_path () {
    IFS=":"
    for d in $PATH; do
	if test -x "$d/$1"; then
	    IFS="$oldifs"
	    echo "$d/$1"
	    return
	fi
    done
    IFS="$oldifs"
#--- The following is not portable enough:
#    if test -x `type -p ls`; then
#	# type -p works!
#        type -p $1
#    else
#        # use 'which' instead
#        p=`which $1`
#	test -x "$p" && echo $p
#    fi
}


get_stdlib () {
    # Older versions of ocamlc do not accept -where, so there is a fallback
    # method:
    ocamlc -where 2>/dev/null | tr -d '\015' || {
	ocamlc -v | sed -n -e "/Standard library directory/s/.*: \(.*\)/\1/p"; }
}


get_lib () {
    # $1: name of a library to search for
    # $2...: places to test
    libname="$1"
    while [ "$#" != "0" ]; do
	if [ -f "$1/lib${libname}.so" -o -f "$1/lib${libname}.a" ]; then
	    echo "$1"
	    return 0
	fi
	shift
    done
    return 1
}


get_lib_file () {
    # $1: name of library without "lib" and suffix
    # $2: directory
    # returns full path of library
    if [ -f "$2/lib$1.so" ]; then
	echo "$2/lib$1.so"
    elif [ -f "$2/lib$1.a" ]; then
	echo "$2/lib$1.a"
    else
	echo ""
    fi
}


cygpath_to_unix () {
    v=$1
    eval "p=\"\$$v\""
    p="`cygpath -w -s \"$p\"`"
    p="`cygpath -u \"$p\"`"
    eval "$v=\"$p\""
}


######################################################################
# Here the main program begins:

######################################################################
# Interpret the command line

ocamlfind_bin=""
ocamlfind_man=""
ocaml_sitelib=""
ocamlfind_config=""
with_toolbox=0
with_topfind=1
system=""

while [ "$#" != "0" ]; do
    case "$1" in
        -bindir) ocamlfind_bin=$2
	         shift 2
		 ;;
        -mandir) ocamlfind_man=$2
	         shift 2
		 ;;
        -sitelib) ocaml_sitelib=$2
	          shift 2
		  ;;
        -config) ocamlfind_config=$2
	         shift 2
		 ;;
	-cygpath) system=mingw
	         shift
		 ;;
	-system) system=$2
	         shift 2
		 ;;
	-with-toolbox) with_toolbox=1
	         shift
		 ;;
	-no-topfind) with_topfind=0
	         shift
		 ;;
	-version)
	         echo "$version"
		 exit 0
		 ;;
        -h|-help|--help) echo "usage: configure [options]" 1>&2
		  echo "  -bindir path         where binaries are installed" 1>&2
		  echo "  -mandir path         where manual pages are installed" 1>&2
		  echo "  -sitelib path        set the location of the site-specific packages" 1>&2
                  echo "  -config path         set the location of the configuration file" 1>&2
		  echo "  -system <systype>    override system type (esp. mingw and win32)" 1>&2
		  echo "  -with-toolbox        also build the toolbox" 1>&2
		  echo "  -no-topfind          don't install topfind script into stdlib directory" 1>&2
		  exit
		  ;;
         *)       echo "configure: run 'configure -h' to get help" 1>&2
		  exit 1
		  ;;
    esac
done

echo "Welcome to findlib version $version"
echo "Configuring core..."


#######################################################################
# inspect the system

# Some standard Unix tools must be available:

for tool in sed awk ocaml ocamlc uname rm make cat m4 dirname basename; do
    if in_path $tool; then true; else
	echo "configure: $tool not in PATH; this is required" 1>&2
	exit 1
    fi
done

# Check for Cygwin:

exec_suffix=
pure_mingw="no"
mingw_lib=
case `uname` in
  CYGWIN*)
    exec_suffix=.exe
    echo "Cygwin build environment found; using .exe as suffix for binaries"
    ;;
  MINGW*)
    exec_suffix=.exe
    pure_mingw="yes"
    echo "MinGW build environment found; using .exe as suffix for binaries"
    mingw_lib=`get_path gcc`
    mingw_lib=`dirname "$mingw_lib"`/../lib
    ;;
  *)
    true ;;
esac

######################################################################
# Is the target Win32?

use_cygpath=0
# Whether we have to translate Unix paths to/from Windows paths.

if [ -z "$system" ]; then
    system=`ocamlc -config 2>/dev/null|grep system|sed 's/system: //'`
    # This may be
    # - mingw
    # - win32
    # - win64
    # - cygwin
    # - some other string means Unix
    # - empty means ocamlc does not support -config
fi

case "$system" in
    mingw)
	if [ "$pure_mingw" = "no" ];  then
	    # CYGWIN
	    use_cygpath=1
	fi
	;;
    win32) use_cygpath=1;;
    win64) use_cygpath=1;;
esac

######################################################################
# Find out standard library location

ocaml_core_stdlib=`get_stdlib`
if [ ! -d "$ocaml_core_stdlib" ]; then
   echo "configure: cannot determine ocaml's standard library directory" 1>&2
    exit 1
fi

if [ ${use_cygpath} -gt 0 ]; then
    cygpath_to_unix ocaml_core_stdlib
    # This makes ocaml_core_stdlib a Unix-type path
fi

# Set site-lib directory:

if [ -z "$ocaml_sitelib" ]; then
    case "$ocaml_core_stdlib" in
	/opt/*)		ocaml_sitelib=`dirname "${ocaml_core_stdlib}"`/site-lib
			;;
	*)		ocaml_sitelib="${ocaml_core_stdlib}/site-lib"
			;;
    esac
fi

# Find out the directory where ocamlc is:

ocamlc=`get_path ocamlc`
ocaml_core_bin=`dirname "${ocamlc}"`

# Set the directory of ocamlfind:

test -n "$ocamlfind_bin" || ocamlfind_bin="$ocaml_core_bin"

# Find the directory for the manual:

# Fallback:
ocaml_core_man=/usr/local/man

d="$ocaml_core_bin"
while [ "$d" != '/' ]; do
    f=0
    if [ -d "$d/man/man1" ]; then
	if [ -f "$d/man/man1/ocamlc.1" -o \
	     -f "$d/man/man1/ocamlc.1.gz" -o \
	     -f "$d/man/man1/ocamlc.1.Z" ]; then
	     f=1
	fi
    else
	if [ -d "$d/man/mann" ]; then
	    if [ -f "$d/man/mann/ocamlc.n" -o \
		 -f "$d/man/mann/ocamlc.n.gz" -o \
		 -f "$d/man/mann/ocamlc.n.Z" ]; then
		f=1
	    fi
	fi
    fi
    if [ "$f" = "1" ]; then
	ocaml_core_man="$d/man"
	d="/"
    else
	d=`dirname "$d"`
    fi
done

# Set the directory for ocamlfind's manuals:

test -n "$ocamlfind_man" || ocamlfind_man="$ocaml_core_man"

# Guess the right directory for the configuration file:

if [ -z "${ocamlfind_config}" ]; then
    d="$ocaml_core_bin"
    case "$d" in
        */bin)
	    ocamlfind_config=`dirname "$d"`/etc/findlib.conf
	    ;;
	*)
	    ocamlfind_config=/usr/local/etc/findlib.conf
	    # Fallback value
	    ;;
    esac
fi

######################################################################
# Test the threading model

echo "Testing threading model..."

if ocamlc -vmthread >/dev/null 2>/dev/null; then
    :
else
    echo "The -vmthread switch is not supported: Your ocaml version is too old!"
    exit 1
fi

if ocamlc -config >/dev/null 2>/dev/null; then
    # Good. ocamlc tells us the threading model.
    if ocamlc -config | grep 'systhread_supported: true'; then
	ocaml_threads="posix"
    else
	ocaml_threads="vm"
    fi
else
    # Old ocamlc do not have -config. 
    rm -f itest-aux/simple
    ocamlc -w a -custom -thread -o itest-aux/simple unix.cma threads.cma itest-aux/simple_threads.ml \
	>itest-aux/err.out 2>&1
    output=`cat itest-aux/err.out`

    if [ -z "$output" ]; then
	ocaml_threads="posix"
    else
	ocaml_threads="vm"
    fi
fi

######################################################################
# Does this version of OCaml support autolinking?

# Works for O'Caml >= 3.00 on. Because findlib can only be compiled
# with these O'Caml versions, we can safely assume that autolinking
# is enabled.

ocaml_autolink="true"

######################################################################
# Does this version of OCaml support DLLs?

echo "Testing DLLs..."

have_dlls="yes"

ocaml unix.cma itest-aux/simple.ml >/dev/null || have_dlls="no"

######################################################################
# Configure libraries

echo "Configuring libraries..."

# Check whether Bigarray is present.

lbigarray=bigarray
# always

# Dynlink check.

have_natdynlink=0
natdynlink=""
camlp4_dynlink=""
if [ -f "${ocaml_core_stdlib}/dynlink.cmxa" ]; then
    have_natdynlink=1
    natdynlink="archive(native) = \"dynlink.cmxa\""
    camlp4_dynlink="dynlink"
    echo "native dynlink: found"
else
    natdynlink="archive(native) = \"\""
    echo "native dynlink: not found"
fi

# Check whether labltk is present.

if [ -f "${ocaml_core_stdlib}/labltk/labltk.cma" ]; then
    llabltk=labltk
    echo "labltk: found"
else
    llabltk=''
    echo "labltk: not present"
    if [ $with_toolbox -gt 0 ]; then
	echo "Sorry, toolbox requires labltk - omitting toolbox."
    fi
    with_toolbox=0
fi

# Check whether ocamlbuild is present

if [ -f "${ocaml_core_stdlib}/ocamlbuild/ocamlbuildlib.cma" ]; then
    lobuild=ocamlbuild
    echo "ocamlbuild: found"
else
    lobuild=""
    echo "ocamlbuild: not present"
fi

# Check on camlp4:

if in_path camlp4; then
    camlp4_dir=`camlp4 -where`
    if [ ${use_cygpath} -gt 0 ]; then
	camlp4_dir=`echo x | env USE_CYGPATH=1 tools/patch x "$camlp4_dir"`
        # This makes camlp4_dir a windows path
    elif [ "${pure_mingw}" = "yes" ]; then
	# Must double the backslahes
	camlp4_dir="$(echo "${camlp4_dir}" | sed -e 's;\\;\\\\;g')"
    fi
    camlp4_version=`camlp4 -v 2>&1`
    if [ "$have_dlls" = "yes" ]; then
	camlp4_cmd="camlp4"
    else
	camlp4_cmd="safe_camlp4"
    fi
    # Check whether 3.09 or 3.10 style:
    if camlp4 -loaded-modules >/dev/null 2>/dev/null; then
	camlp4style=310
    else
	camlp4style=309
    fi
    lcamlp4="camlp4"
    rm -rf "site-lib-src/camlp4"
    mkdir "site-lib-src/camlp4"
    cp "site-lib-src/camlp4.$camlp4style/META.in" "site-lib-src/camlp4/"
    echo "camlp4: using $camlp4_cmd, style $camlp4style"
else
    lcamlp4=''
    echo "camlp4: not present"
fi

# Generate the META files now.

l="dbm dynlink graphics num num-top str threads unix stdlib bigarray $llabltk $lcamlp4 $lobuild"

for dir in site-lib-src/*; do
    # We do not really know if $dir is a directory.
    rm -f $dir/META
done

for lib in $l; do
    if=""
    if [ -f site-lib-src/$lib/interfaces.out ]; then
	if=`cat site-lib-src/$lib/interfaces.out`
    fi
    m4 -Dos=$os \
	"-Dtype_of_threads=${ocaml_threads}" \
	"-Dcamlp4_dir=${camlp4_dir}" \
	"-Dcamlp4_version=${camlp4_version}" \
	"-Dcamlp4_cmd=${camlp4_cmd}" \
	"-Dcamlp4_dynlink=${camlp4_dynlink}" \
	"-Dinterfaces=${if}" \
	"-Dfindlib_version=${version}" \
	"-Dnatdynlink=${natdynlink}" \
	site-lib-src/$lib/META.in >site-lib-src/$lib/META
    echo "Configuration for $lib written to site-lib-src/$lib/META"
done

for part in `cd src; echo *`; do
    if [ -f "src/$part/META.in" ]; then
	sed -e "s/@VERSION@/$version/g" src/$part/META.in >src/$part/META
    fi
done

######################################################################

printf "Detecting compiler arguments: "

( cd tools/extract_args && make ) >ocargs.log 2>&1
if [ "$?" -eq 0 ]; then
    printf "(extractor built) "
    tools/extract_args/extract_args -o src/findlib/ocaml_args.ml ocamlc ocamlcp ocamlmktop ocamlopt ocamldep ocamldoc >>ocargs.log 2>&1
    # ocamlbrowser does not work!
    if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
	echo "ok"
    else
	echo "FAILED (see the file ocargs.log for details)"
	exit 1
    fi
else
    echo "FAILED (see the file ocargs.log for details)"
    exit 1
fi

######################################################################
# Write Makefile.config

parts="findlib"
if [ $with_toolbox -gt 0 ]; then
    parts="$parts findlib-toolbox"
fi

echo "# Makefile.config written by configure" >Makefile.config
echo "OCAML_CORE_STDLIB=${ocaml_core_stdlib}" >>Makefile.config
echo "OCAML_CORE_BIN=${ocaml_core_bin}" >>Makefile.config
echo "OCAML_CORE_MAN=${ocaml_core_man}" >>Makefile.config
echo "OCAML_SITELIB=${ocaml_sitelib}" >>Makefile.config
echo "OCAML_THREADS=${ocaml_threads}" >>Makefile.config
echo "OCAMLFIND_BIN=${ocamlfind_bin}" >>Makefile.config
echo "OCAMLFIND_MAN=${ocamlfind_man}" >>Makefile.config
echo "OCAMLFIND_CONF=${ocamlfind_config}" >>Makefile.config
echo "OCAML_AUTOLINK=${ocaml_autolink}" >>Makefile.config
echo "EXEC_SUFFIX=${exec_suffix}" >>Makefile.config
echo "PARTS=${parts}" >>Makefile.config
echo "INSTALL_TOPFIND=${with_topfind}" >>Makefile.config
echo "USE_CYGPATH=${use_cygpath}" >>Makefile.config
echo "VERSION=${version}" >>Makefile.config
echo "SYSTEM=${system}" >>Makefile.config
if [ "$mingw_lib" != "" ]; then
    echo "OCAMLC_FLAGS=-I \"${mingw_lib}\"" >>Makefile.config
    echo "OCAMLOPT_FLAGS=-I \"${mingw_lib}\"" >>Makefile.config
fi

# All OK

echo
echo "About the OCAML core installation:"
echo "    Standard library:      ${ocaml_core_stdlib}"
echo "    Binaries:              ${ocaml_core_bin}"
echo "    Manual pages:          ${ocaml_core_man}"
echo "    Multi-threading type:  ${ocaml_threads}"
echo "The directory of site-specific packages will be"
echo "    site-lib:              ${ocaml_sitelib}"
echo "The configuration file is written to:"
echo "    findlib config file:   ${ocamlfind_config}"
echo "Software will be installed:"
echo "    Libraries:             in <site-lib>/findlib"
echo "    Binaries:              ${ocamlfind_bin}"
echo "    Manual pages:          ${ocamlfind_man}"
if [ $with_topfind -gt 0 ]; then
    echo "    topfind script:        ${ocaml_core_stdlib}"
else
    echo "    topfind script:        omitted"
fi

if [ $with_toolbox -gt 0 ]; then
    echo "Toolbox:                   yes"
else
    echo "Toolbox:                   no"
fi

echo
echo "Configuration has been written to Makefile.config"
echo
echo "You can now do 'make all', and optionally 'make opt', to build ocamlfind."

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