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#! /bin/sh
## DO NOT EDIT - This file generated from ./build-aux/ltmain.in
## by inline-source v2014-01-03.01
# libtool (GNU libtool) 2.4.6
# Provide generalized library-building support services.
# Written by Gordon Matzigkeit <gord@gnu.ai.mit.edu>, 1996
# Copyright (C) 1996-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
# warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
# GNU Libtool is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# As a special exception to the GNU General Public License,
# if you distribute this file as part of a program or library that
# is built using GNU Libtool, you may include this file under the
# same distribution terms that you use for the rest of that program.
#
# GNU Libtool is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
# General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
PROGRAM=libtool
PACKAGE=libtool
VERSION=2.4.6
package_revision=2.4.6
## ------ ##
## Usage. ##
## ------ ##
# Run './libtool --help' for help with using this script from the
# command line.
## ------------------------------- ##
## User overridable command paths. ##
## ------------------------------- ##
# After configure completes, it has a better idea of some of the
# shell tools we need than the defaults used by the functions shared
# with bootstrap, so set those here where they can still be over-
# ridden by the user, but otherwise take precedence.
: ${AUTOCONF="autoconf"}
: ${AUTOMAKE="automake"}
## -------------------------- ##
## Source external libraries. ##
## -------------------------- ##
# Much of our low-level functionality needs to be sourced from external
# libraries, which are installed to $pkgauxdir.
# Set a version string for this script.
scriptversion=2015-01-20.17; # UTC
# General shell script boiler plate, and helper functions.
# Written by Gary V. Vaughan, 2004
# Copyright (C) 2004-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
# warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# As a special exception to the GNU General Public License, if you distribute
# this file as part of a program or library that is built using GNU Libtool,
# you may include this file under the same distribution terms that you use
# for the rest of that program.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNES FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
# General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
# Please report bugs or propose patches to gary@gnu.org.
## ------ ##
## Usage. ##
## ------ ##
# Evaluate this file near the top of your script to gain access to
# the functions and variables defined here:
#
# . `echo "$0" | ${SED-sed} 's|[^/]*$||'`/build-aux/funclib.sh
#
# If you need to override any of the default environment variable
# settings, do that before evaluating this file.
## -------------------- ##
## Shell normalisation. ##
## -------------------- ##
# Some shells need a little help to be as Bourne compatible as possible.
# Before doing anything else, make sure all that help has been provided!
DUALCASE=1; export DUALCASE # for MKS sh
if test -n "${ZSH_VERSION+set}" && (emulate sh) >/dev/null 2>&1; then :
emulate sh
NULLCMD=:
# Pre-4.2 versions of Zsh do word splitting on ${1+"$@"}, which
# is contrary to our usage. Disable this feature.
alias -g '${1+"$@"}'='"$@"'
setopt NO_GLOB_SUBST
else
case `(set -o) 2>/dev/null` in *posix*) set -o posix ;; esac
fi
# NLS nuisances: We save the old values in case they are required later.
_G_user_locale=
_G_safe_locale=
for _G_var in LANG LANGUAGE LC_ALL LC_CTYPE LC_COLLATE LC_MESSAGES
do
eval "if test set = \"\${$_G_var+set}\"; then
save_$_G_var=\$$_G_var
$_G_var=C
export $_G_var
_G_user_locale=\"$_G_var=\\\$save_\$_G_var; \$_G_user_locale\"
_G_safe_locale=\"$_G_var=C; \$_G_safe_locale\"
fi"
done
# CDPATH.
(unset CDPATH) >/dev/null 2>&1 && unset CDPATH
# Make sure IFS has a sensible default
sp=' '
nl='
'
IFS="$sp $nl"
# There are apparently some retarded systems that use ';' as a PATH separator!
if test "${PATH_SEPARATOR+set}" != set; then
PATH_SEPARATOR=:
(PATH='/bin;/bin'; FPATH=$PATH; sh -c :) >/dev/null 2>&1 && {
(PATH='/bin:/bin'; FPATH=$PATH; sh -c :) >/dev/null 2>&1 ||
PATH_SEPARATOR=';'
}
fi
## ------------------------- ##
## Locate command utilities. ##
## ------------------------- ##
# func_executable_p FILE
# ----------------------
# Check that FILE is an executable regular file.
func_executable_p ()
{
test -f "$1" && test -x "$1"
}
# func_path_progs PROGS_LIST CHECK_FUNC [PATH]
# --------------------------------------------
# Search for either a program that responds to --version with output
# containing "GNU", or else returned by CHECK_FUNC otherwise, by
# trying all the directories in PATH with each of the elements of
# PROGS_LIST.
#
# CHECK_FUNC should accept the path to a candidate program, and
# set $func_check_prog_result if it truncates its output less than
# $_G_path_prog_max characters.
func_path_progs ()
{
_G_progs_list=$1
_G_check_func=$2
_G_PATH=${3-"$PATH"}
_G_path_prog_max=0
_G_path_prog_found=false
_G_save_IFS=$IFS; IFS=${PATH_SEPARATOR-:}
for _G_dir in $_G_PATH; do
IFS=$_G_save_IFS
test -z "$_G_dir" && _G_dir=.
for _G_prog_name in $_G_progs_list; do
for _exeext in '' .EXE; do
_G_path_prog=$_G_dir/$_G_prog_name$_exeext
func_executable_p "$_G_path_prog" || continue
case `"$_G_path_prog" --version 2>&1` in
*GNU*) func_path_progs_result=$_G_path_prog _G_path_prog_found=: ;;
*) $_G_check_func $_G_path_prog
func_path_progs_result=$func_check_prog_result
;;
esac
$_G_path_prog_found && break 3
done
done
done
IFS=$_G_save_IFS
test -z "$func_path_progs_result" && {
echo "no acceptable sed could be found in \$PATH" >&2
exit 1
}
}
# We want to be able to use the functions in this file before configure
# has figured out where the best binaries are kept, which means we have
# to search for them ourselves - except when the results are already set
# where we skip the searches.
# Unless the user overrides by setting SED, search the path for either GNU
# sed, or the sed that truncates its output the least.
test -z "$SED" && {
_G_sed_script=s/aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa/bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb/
for _G_i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7; do
_G_sed_script=$_G_sed_script$nl$_G_sed_script
done
echo "$_G_sed_script" 2>/dev/null | sed 99q >conftest.sed
_G_sed_script=
func_check_prog_sed ()
{
_G_path_prog=$1
_G_count=0
printf 0123456789 >conftest.in
while :
do
cat conftest.in conftest.in >conftest.tmp
mv conftest.tmp conftest.in
cp conftest.in conftest.nl
echo '' >> conftest.nl
"$_G_path_prog" -f conftest.sed <conftest.nl >conftest.out 2>/dev/null || break
diff conftest.out conftest.nl >/dev/null 2>&1 || break
_G_count=`expr $_G_count + 1`
if test "$_G_count" -gt "$_G_path_prog_max"; then
# Best one so far, save it but keep looking for a better one
func_check_prog_result=$_G_path_prog
_G_path_prog_max=$_G_count
fi
# 10*(2^10) chars as input seems more than enough
test 10 -lt "$_G_count" && break
done
rm -f conftest.in conftest.tmp conftest.nl conftest.out
}
func_path_progs "sed gsed" func_check_prog_sed $PATH:/usr/xpg4/bin
rm -f conftest.sed
SED=$func_path_progs_result
}
# Unless the user overrides by setting GREP, search the path for either GNU
# grep, or the grep that truncates its output the least.
test -z "$GREP" && {
func_check_prog_grep ()
{
_G_path_prog=$1
_G_count=0
_G_path_prog_max=0
printf 0123456789 >conftest.in
while :
do
cat conftest.in conftest.in >conftest.tmp
mv conftest.tmp conftest.in
cp conftest.in conftest.nl
echo 'GREP' >> conftest.nl
"$_G_path_prog" -e 'GREP$' -e '-(cannot match)-' <conftest.nl >conftest.out 2>/dev/null || break
diff conftest.out conftest.nl >/dev/null 2>&1 || break
_G_count=`expr $_G_count + 1`
if test "$_G_count" -gt "$_G_path_prog_max"; then
# Best one so far, save it but keep looking for a better one
func_check_prog_result=$_G_path_prog
_G_path_prog_max=$_G_count
fi
# 10*(2^10) chars as input seems more than enough
test 10 -lt "$_G_count" && break
done
rm -f conftest.in conftest.tmp conftest.nl conftest.out
}
func_path_progs "grep ggrep" func_check_prog_grep $PATH:/usr/xpg4/bin
GREP=$func_path_progs_result
}
## ------------------------------- ##
## User overridable command paths. ##
## ------------------------------- ##
# All uppercase variable names are used for environment variables. These
# variables can be overridden by the user before calling a script that
# uses them if a suitable command of that name is not already available
# in the command search PATH.
: ${CP="cp -f"}
: ${ECHO="printf %s\n"}
: ${EGREP="$GREP -E"}
: ${FGREP="$GREP -F"}
: ${LN_S="ln -s"}
: ${MAKE="make"}
: ${MKDIR="mkdir"}
: ${MV="mv -f"}
: ${RM="rm -f"}
: ${SHELL="${CONFIG_SHELL-/bin/sh}"}
## -------------------- ##
## Useful sed snippets. ##
## -------------------- ##
sed_dirname='s|/[^/]*$||'
sed_basename='s|^.*/||'
# Sed substitution that helps us do robust quoting. It backslashifies
# metacharacters that are still active within double-quoted strings.
sed_quote_subst='s|\([`"$\\]\)|\\\1|g'
# Same as above, but do not quote variable references.
sed_double_quote_subst='s/\(["`\\]\)/\\\1/g'
# Sed substitution that turns a string into a regex matching for the
# string literally.
sed_make_literal_regex='s|[].[^$\\*\/]|\\&|g'
# Sed substitution that converts a w32 file name or path
# that contains forward slashes, into one that contains
# (escaped) backslashes. A very naive implementation.
sed_naive_backslashify='s|\\\\*|\\|g;s|/|\\|g;s|\\|\\\\|g'
# Re-'\' parameter expansions in output of sed_double_quote_subst that
# were '\'-ed in input to the same. If an odd number of '\' preceded a
# '$' in input to sed_double_quote_subst, that '$' was protected from
# expansion. Since each input '\' is now two '\'s, look for any number
# of runs of four '\'s followed by two '\'s and then a '$'. '\' that '$'.
_G_bs='\\'
_G_bs2='\\\\'
_G_bs4='\\\\\\\\'
_G_dollar='\$'
sed_double_backslash="\
s/$_G_bs4/&\\
/g
s/^$_G_bs2$_G_dollar/$_G_bs&/
s/\\([^$_G_bs]\\)$_G_bs2$_G_dollar/\\1$_G_bs2$_G_bs$_G_dollar/g
s/\n//g"
## ----------------- ##
## Global variables. ##
## ----------------- ##
# Except for the global variables explicitly listed below, the following
# functions in the '^func_' namespace, and the '^require_' namespace
# variables initialised in the 'Resource management' section, sourcing
# this file will not pollute your global namespace with anything
# else. There's no portable way to scope variables in Bourne shell
# though, so actually running these functions will sometimes place
# results into a variable named after the function, and often use
# temporary variables in the '^_G_' namespace. If you are careful to
# avoid using those namespaces casually in your sourcing script, things
# should continue to work as you expect. And, of course, you can freely
# overwrite any of the functions or variables defined here before
# calling anything to customize them.
EXIT_SUCCESS=0
EXIT_FAILURE=1
EXIT_MISMATCH=63 # $? = 63 is used to indicate version mismatch to missing.
EXIT_SKIP=77 # $? = 77 is used to indicate a skipped test to automake.
# Allow overriding, eg assuming that you follow the convention of
# putting '$debug_cmd' at the start of all your functions, you can get
# bash to show function call trace with:
#
# debug_cmd='eval echo "${FUNCNAME[0]} $*" >&2' bash your-script-name
debug_cmd=${debug_cmd-":"}
exit_cmd=:
# By convention, finish your script with:
#
# exit $exit_status
#
# so that you can set exit_status to non-zero if you want to indicate
# something went wrong during execution without actually bailing out at
# the point of failure.
exit_status=$EXIT_SUCCESS
# Work around backward compatibility issue on IRIX 6.5. On IRIX 6.4+, sh
# is ksh but when the shell is invoked as "sh" and the current value of
# the _XPG environment variable is not equal to 1 (one), the special
# positional parameter $0, within a function call, is the name of the
# function.
progpath=$0
# The name of this program.
progname=`$ECHO "$progpath" |$SED "$sed_basename"`
# Make sure we have an absolute progpath for reexecution:
case $progpath in
[\\/]*|[A-Za-z]:\\*) ;;
*[\\/]*)
progdir=`$ECHO "$progpath" |$SED "$sed_dirname"`
progdir=`cd "$progdir" && pwd`
progpath=$progdir/$progname
;;
*)
_G_IFS=$IFS
IFS=${PATH_SEPARATOR-:}
for progdir in $PATH; do
IFS=$_G_IFS
test -x "$progdir/$progname" && break
done
IFS=$_G_IFS
test -n "$progdir" || progdir=`pwd`
progpath=$progdir/$progname
;;
esac
## ----------------- ##
## Standard options. ##
## ----------------- ##
# The following options affect the operation of the functions defined
# below, and should be set appropriately depending on run-time para-
# meters passed on the command line.
opt_dry_run=false
opt_quiet=false
opt_verbose=false
# Categories 'all' and 'none' are always available. Append any others
# you will pass as the first argument to func_warning from your own
# code.
warning_categories=
# By default, display warnings according to 'opt_warning_types'. Set
# 'warning_func' to ':' to elide all warnings, or func_fatal_error to
# treat the next displayed warning as a fatal error.
warning_func=func_warn_and_continue
# Set to 'all' to display all warnings, 'none' to suppress all
# warnings, or a space delimited list of some subset of
# 'warning_categories' to display only the listed warnings.
opt_warning_types=all
## -------------------- ##
## Resource management. ##
## -------------------- ##
# This section contains definitions for functions that each ensure a
# particular resource (a file, or a non-empty configuration variable for
# example) is available, and if appropriate to extract default values
# from pertinent package files. Call them using their associated
# 'require_*' variable to ensure that they are executed, at most, once.
#
# It's entirely deliberate that calling these functions can set
# variables that don't obey the namespace limitations obeyed by the rest
# of this file, in order that that they be as useful as possible to
# callers.
# require_term_colors
# -------------------
# Allow display of bold text on terminals that support it.
require_term_colors=func_require_term_colors
func_require_term_colors ()
{
$debug_cmd
test -t 1 && {
# COLORTERM and USE_ANSI_COLORS environment variables take
# precedence, because most terminfo databases neglect to describe
# whether color sequences are supported.
test -n "${COLORTERM+set}" && : ${USE_ANSI_COLORS="1"}
if test 1 = "$USE_ANSI_COLORS"; then
# Standard ANSI escape sequences
tc_reset=''
tc_bold=''; tc_standout=''
tc_red=''; tc_green=''
tc_blue=''; tc_cyan=''
else
# Otherwise trust the terminfo database after all.
test -n "`tput sgr0 2>/dev/null`" && {
tc_reset=`tput sgr0`
test -n "`tput bold 2>/dev/null`" && tc_bold=`tput bold`
tc_standout=$tc_bold
test -n "`tput smso 2>/dev/null`" && tc_standout=`tput smso`
test -n "`tput setaf 1 2>/dev/null`" && tc_red=`tput setaf 1`
test -n "`tput setaf 2 2>/dev/null`" && tc_green=`tput setaf 2`
test -n "`tput setaf 4 2>/dev/null`" && tc_blue=`tput setaf 4`
test -n "`tput setaf 5 2>/dev/null`" && tc_cyan=`tput setaf 5`
}
fi
}
require_term_colors=:
}
## ----------------- ##
## Function library. ##
## ----------------- ##
# This section contains a variety of useful functions to call in your
# scripts. Take note of the portable wrappers for features provided by
# some modern shells, which will fall back to slower equivalents on
# less featureful shells.
# func_append VAR VALUE
# ---------------------
# Append VALUE onto the existing contents of VAR.
# We should try to minimise forks, especially on Windows where they are
# unreasonably slow, so skip the feature probes when bash or zsh are
# being used:
if test set = "${BASH_VERSION+set}${ZSH_VERSION+set}"; then
: ${_G_HAVE_ARITH_OP="yes"}
: ${_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS="yes"}
# The += operator was introduced in bash 3.1
case $BASH_VERSION in
[12].* | 3.0 | 3.0*) ;;
*)
: ${_G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP="yes"}
;;
esac
fi
# _G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP
# Can be empty, in which case the shell is probed, "yes" if += is
# useable or anything else if it does not work.
test -z "$_G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP" \
&& (eval 'x=a; x+=" b"; test "a b" = "$x"') 2>/dev/null \
&& _G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP=yes
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP"
then
# This is an XSI compatible shell, allowing a faster implementation...
eval 'func_append ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval "$1+=\$2"
}'
else
# ...otherwise fall back to using expr, which is often a shell builtin.
func_append ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval "$1=\$$1\$2"
}
fi
# func_append_quoted VAR VALUE
# ----------------------------
# Quote VALUE and append to the end of shell variable VAR, separated
# by a space.
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_PLUSEQ_OP"; then
eval 'func_append_quoted ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_quote_for_eval "$2"
eval "$1+=\\ \$func_quote_for_eval_result"
}'
else
func_append_quoted ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_quote_for_eval "$2"
eval "$1=\$$1\\ \$func_quote_for_eval_result"
}
fi
# func_append_uniq VAR VALUE
# --------------------------
# Append unique VALUE onto the existing contents of VAR, assuming
# entries are delimited by the first character of VALUE. For example:
#
# func_append_uniq options " --another-option option-argument"
#
# will only append to $options if " --another-option option-argument "
# is not already present somewhere in $options already (note spaces at
# each end implied by leading space in second argument).
func_append_uniq ()
{
$debug_cmd
eval _G_current_value='`$ECHO $'$1'`'
_G_delim=`expr "$2" : '\(.\)'`
case $_G_delim$_G_current_value$_G_delim in
*"$2$_G_delim"*) ;;
*) func_append "$@" ;;
esac
}
# func_arith TERM...
# ------------------
# Set func_arith_result to the result of evaluating TERMs.
test -z "$_G_HAVE_ARITH_OP" \
&& (eval 'test 2 = $(( 1 + 1 ))') 2>/dev/null \
&& _G_HAVE_ARITH_OP=yes
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_ARITH_OP"; then
eval 'func_arith ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_arith_result=$(( $* ))
}'
else
func_arith ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_arith_result=`expr "$@"`
}
fi
# func_basename FILE
# ------------------
# Set func_basename_result to FILE with everything up to and including
# the last / stripped.
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS"; then
# If this shell supports suffix pattern removal, then use it to avoid
# forking. Hide the definitions single quotes in case the shell chokes
# on unsupported syntax...
_b='func_basename_result=${1##*/}'
_d='case $1 in
*/*) func_dirname_result=${1%/*}$2 ;;
* ) func_dirname_result=$3 ;;
esac'
else
# ...otherwise fall back to using sed.
_b='func_basename_result=`$ECHO "$1" |$SED "$sed_basename"`'
_d='func_dirname_result=`$ECHO "$1" |$SED "$sed_dirname"`
if test "X$func_dirname_result" = "X$1"; then
func_dirname_result=$3
else
func_append func_dirname_result "$2"
fi'
fi
eval 'func_basename ()
{
$debug_cmd
'"$_b"'
}'
# func_dirname FILE APPEND NONDIR_REPLACEMENT
# -------------------------------------------
# Compute the dirname of FILE. If nonempty, add APPEND to the result,
# otherwise set result to NONDIR_REPLACEMENT.
eval 'func_dirname ()
{
$debug_cmd
'"$_d"'
}'
# func_dirname_and_basename FILE APPEND NONDIR_REPLACEMENT
# --------------------------------------------------------
# Perform func_basename and func_dirname in a single function
# call:
# dirname: Compute the dirname of FILE. If nonempty,
# add APPEND to the result, otherwise set result
# to NONDIR_REPLACEMENT.
# value returned in "$func_dirname_result"
# basename: Compute filename of FILE.
# value retuned in "$func_basename_result"
# For efficiency, we do not delegate to the functions above but instead
# duplicate the functionality here.
eval 'func_dirname_and_basename ()
{
$debug_cmd
'"$_b"'
'"$_d"'
}'
# func_echo ARG...
# ----------------
# Echo program name prefixed message.
func_echo ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_message=$*
func_echo_IFS=$IFS
IFS=$nl
for _G_line in $_G_message; do
IFS=$func_echo_IFS
$ECHO "$progname: $_G_line"
done
IFS=$func_echo_IFS
}
# func_echo_all ARG...
# --------------------
# Invoke $ECHO with all args, space-separated.
func_echo_all ()
{
$ECHO "$*"
}
# func_echo_infix_1 INFIX ARG...
# ------------------------------
# Echo program name, followed by INFIX on the first line, with any
# additional lines not showing INFIX.
func_echo_infix_1 ()
{
$debug_cmd
$require_term_colors
_G_infix=$1; shift
_G_indent=$_G_infix
_G_prefix="$progname: $_G_infix: "
_G_message=$*
# Strip color escape sequences before counting printable length
for _G_tc in "$tc_reset" "$tc_bold" "$tc_standout" "$tc_red" "$tc_green" "$tc_blue" "$tc_cyan"
do
test -n "$_G_tc" && {
_G_esc_tc=`$ECHO "$_G_tc" | $SED "$sed_make_literal_regex"`
_G_indent=`$ECHO "$_G_indent" | $SED "s|$_G_esc_tc||g"`
}
done
_G_indent="$progname: "`echo "$_G_indent" | $SED 's|.| |g'`" " ## exclude from sc_prohibit_nested_quotes
func_echo_infix_1_IFS=$IFS
IFS=$nl
for _G_line in $_G_message; do
IFS=$func_echo_infix_1_IFS
$ECHO "$_G_prefix$tc_bold$_G_line$tc_reset" >&2
_G_prefix=$_G_indent
done
IFS=$func_echo_infix_1_IFS
}
# func_error ARG...
# -----------------
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error.
func_error ()
{
$debug_cmd
$require_term_colors
func_echo_infix_1 " $tc_standout${tc_red}error$tc_reset" "$*" >&2
}
# func_fatal_error ARG...
# -----------------------
# Echo program name prefixed message to standard error, and exit.
func_fatal_error ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_error "$*"
exit $EXIT_FAILURE
}
# func_grep EXPRESSION FILENAME
# -----------------------------
# Check whether EXPRESSION matches any line of FILENAME, without output.
func_grep ()
{
$debug_cmd
$GREP "$1" "$2" >/dev/null 2>&1
}
# func_len STRING
# ---------------
# Set func_len_result to the length of STRING. STRING may not
# start with a hyphen.
test -z "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS" \
&& (eval 'x=a/b/c;
test 5aa/bb/cc = "${#x}${x%%/*}${x%/*}${x#*/}${x##*/}"') 2>/dev/null \
&& _G_HAVE_XSI_OPS=yes
if test yes = "$_G_HAVE_XSI_OPS"; then
eval 'func_len ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_len_result=${#1}
}'
else
func_len ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_len_result=`expr "$1" : ".*" 2>/dev/null || echo $max_cmd_len`
}
fi
# func_mkdir_p DIRECTORY-PATH
# ---------------------------
# Make sure the entire path to DIRECTORY-PATH is available.
func_mkdir_p ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_directory_path=$1
_G_dir_list=
if test -n "$_G_directory_path" && test : != "$opt_dry_run"; then
# Protect directory names starting with '-'
case $_G_directory_path in
-*) _G_directory_path=./$_G_directory_path ;;
esac
# While some portion of DIR does not yet exist...
while test ! -d "$_G_directory_path"; do
# ...make a list in topmost first order. Use a colon delimited
# list incase some portion of path contains whitespace.
_G_dir_list=$_G_directory_path:$_G_dir_list
# If the last portion added has no slash in it, the list is done
case $_G_directory_path in */*) ;; *) break ;; esac
# ...otherwise throw away the child directory and loop
_G_directory_path=`$ECHO "$_G_directory_path" | $SED -e "$sed_dirname"`
done
_G_dir_list=`$ECHO "$_G_dir_list" | $SED 's|:*$||'`
func_mkdir_p_IFS=$IFS; IFS=:
for _G_dir in $_G_dir_list; do
IFS=$func_mkdir_p_IFS
# mkdir can fail with a 'File exist' error if two processes
# try to create one of the directories concurrently. Don't
# stop in that case!
$MKDIR "$_G_dir" 2>/dev/null || :
done
IFS=$func_mkdir_p_IFS
# Bail out if we (or some other process) failed to create a directory.
test -d "$_G_directory_path" || \
func_fatal_error "Failed to create '$1'"
fi
}
# func_mktempdir [BASENAME]
# -------------------------
# Make a temporary directory that won't clash with other running
# libtool processes, and avoids race conditions if possible. If
# given, BASENAME is the basename for that directory.
func_mktempdir ()
{
$debug_cmd
_G_template=${TMPDIR-/tmp}/${1-$progname}
if test : = "$opt_dry_run"; then
# Return a directory name, but don't create it in dry-run mode
_G_tmpdir=$_G_template-$$
else
# If mktemp works, use that first and foremost
_G_tmpdir=`mktemp -d "$_G_template-XXXXXXXX" 2>/dev/null`
if test ! -d "$_G_tmpdir"; then
# Failing that, at least try and use $RANDOM to avoid a race
_G_tmpdir=$_G_template-${RANDOM-0}$$
func_mktempdir_umask=`umask`
umask 0077
$MKDIR "$_G_tmpdir"
umask $func_mktempdir_umask
fi
# If we're not in dry-run mode, bomb out on failure
test -d "$_G_tmpdir" || \
func_fatal_error "cannot create temporary directory '$_G_tmpdir'"
fi
$ECHO "$_G_tmpdir"
}
# func_normal_abspath PATH
# ------------------------
# Remove doubled-up and trailing slashes, "." path components,
# and cancel out any ".." path components in PATH after making
# it an absolute path.
func_normal_abspath ()
{
$debug_cmd
# These SED scripts presuppose an absolute path with a trailing slash.
_G_pathcar='s|^/\([^/]*\).*$|\1|'
_G_pathcdr='s|^/[^/]*||'
_G_removedotparts=':dotsl
s|/\./|/|g
t dotsl
s|/\.$|/|'
_G_collapseslashes='s|/\{1,\}|/|g'
_G_finalslash='s|/*$|/|'
# Start from root dir and reassemble the path.
func_normal_abspath_result=
func_normal_abspath_tpath=$1
func_normal_abspath_altnamespace=
case $func_normal_abspath_tpath in
"")
# Empty path, that just means $cwd.
func_stripname '' '/' "`pwd`"
func_normal_abspath_result=$func_stripname_result
return
;;
# The next three entries are used to spot a run of precisely
# two leading slashes without using negated character classes;
# we take advantage of case's first-match behaviour.
///*)
# Unusual form of absolute path, do nothing.
;;
//*)
# Not necessarily an ordinary path; POSIX reserves leading '//'
# and for example Cygwin uses it to access remote file shares
# over CIFS/SMB, so we conserve a leading double slash if found.
func_normal_abspath_altnamespace=/
;;
/*)
# Absolute path, do nothing.
;;
*)
# Relative path, prepend $cwd.
func_normal_abspath_tpath=`pwd`/$func_normal_abspath_tpath
;;
esac
# Cancel out all the simple stuff to save iterations. We also want
# the path to end with a slash for ease of parsing, so make sure
# there is one (and only one) here.
func_normal_abspath_tpath=`$ECHO "$func_normal_abspath_tpath" | $SED \
-e "$_G_removedotparts" -e "$_G_collapseslashes" -e "$_G_finalslash"`
while :; do
# Processed it all yet?
if test / = "$func_normal_abspath_tpath"; then
# If we ascended to the root using ".." the result may be empty now.
if test -z "$func_normal_abspath_result"; then
func_normal_abspath_result=/
fi
break
fi
func_normal_abspath_tcomponent=`$ECHO "$func_normal_abspath_tpath" | $SED \
-e "$_G_pathcar"`
func_normal_abspath_tpath=`$ECHO "$func_normal_abspath_tpath" | $SED \
-e "$_G_pathcdr"`
# Figure out what to do with it
case $func_normal_abspath_tcomponent in
"")
# Trailing empty path component, ignore it.
;;
..)
# Parent dir; strip last assembled component from result.
func_dirname "$func_normal_abspath_result"
func_normal_abspath_result=$func_dirname_result
;;
*)
# Actual path component, append it.
func_append func_normal_abspath_result "/$func_normal_abspath_tcomponent"
;;
esac
done
# Restore leading double-slash if one was found on entry.
func_normal_abspath_result=$func_normal_abspath_altnamespace$func_normal_abspath_result
}
# func_notquiet ARG...
# --------------------
# Echo program name prefixed message only when not in quiet mode.
func_notquiet ()
{
$debug_cmd
$opt_quiet || func_echo ${1+"$@"}
# A bug in bash halts the script if the last line of a function
# fails when set -e is in force, so we need another command to
# work around that:
:
}
# func_relative_path SRCDIR DSTDIR
# --------------------------------
# Set func_relative_path_result to the relative path from SRCDIR to DSTDIR.
func_relative_path ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_relative_path_result=
func_normal_abspath "$1"
func_relative_path_tlibdir=$func_normal_abspath_result
func_normal_abspath "$2"
func_relative_path_tbindir=$func_normal_abspath_result
# Ascend the tree starting from libdir
while :; do
# check if we have found a prefix of bindir
case $func_relative_path_tbindir in
$func_relative_path_tlibdir)
# found an exact match
func_relative_path_tcancelled=
break
;;
$func_relative_path_tlibdir*)
# found a matching prefix
func_stripname "$func_relative_path_tlibdir" '' "$func_relative_path_tbindir"
func_relative_path_tcancelled=$func_stripname_result
if test -z "$func_relative_path_result"; then
func_relative_path_result=.
fi
break
;;
*)
func_dirname $func_relative_path_tlibdir
func_relative_path_tlibdir=$func_dirname_result
if test -z "$func_relative_path_tlibdir"; then
# Have to descend all the way to the root!
func_relative_path_result=../$func_relative_path_result
func_relative_path_tcancelled=$func_relative_path_tbindir
break
fi
func_relative_path_result=../$func_relative_path_result
;;
esac
done
# Now calculate path; take care to avoid doubling-up slashes.
func_stripname '' '/' "$func_relative_path_result"
func_relative_path_result=$func_stripname_result
func_stripname '/' '/' "$func_relative_path_tcancelled"
if test -n "$func_stripname_result"; then
func_append func_relative_path_result "/$func_stripname_result"
fi
# Normalisation. If bindir is libdir, return '.' else relative path.
if test -n "$func_relative_path_result"; then
func_stripname './' '' "$func_relative_path_result"
func_relative_path_result=$func_stripname_result
fi
test -n "$func_relative_path_result" || func_relative_path_result=.
:
}
# func_quote_for_eval ARG...
# --------------------------
# Aesthetically quote ARGs to be evaled later.
# This function returns two values:
# i) func_quote_for_eval_result
# double-quoted, suitable for a subsequent eval
# ii) func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result
# has all characters that are still active within double
# quotes backslashified.
func_quote_for_eval ()
{
$debug_cmd
func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result=
func_quote_for_eval_result=
while test 0 -lt $#; do
case $1 in
*[\\\`\"\$]*)
_G_unquoted_arg=`printf '%s\n' "$1" |$SED "$sed_quote_subst"` ;;
*)
_G_unquoted_arg=$1 ;;
esac
if test -n "$func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result"; then
func_append func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result " $_G_unquoted_arg"
else
func_append func_quote_for_eval_unquoted_result "$_G_unquoted_arg"
fi
case $_G_unquoted_arg in
# Double-quote args containing shell metacharacters to delay
# word splitting, command substitution and variable expansion
# for a subsequent eval.
# Many Bourne shells cannot handle close brackets correctly
# in scan sets, so we specify it separately.
*[\[\~\#\^\&\*\(\)\{\}\|\;\<\>\?\'\ \ ]*|*]*|"")
_G_quoted_arg=\"$_G_unquoted_arg\"
;;
*)
_G_quoted_arg=$_G_unquoted_arg
;;
esac
if test -n "$func_quote_for_eval_result"; then
func_append func_quote_for_eval_result " $_G_quoted_arg"
else
func_append func_quote_for_eval_result "$_G_quoted_arg"
fi
shift
done
}
# func_quote_for_expand ARG
# -------------------------
# Aesthetically quote ARG to be evaled later; same as above,
# but do not quote variable references.
func_quote_for_expand ()
{
$debug_cmd
case $1 in
*[\\\`\"]*)
_G_arg=`$ECHO "$1" | $SED \
-e "$sed_double_quote_subst" -e "$sed_double_backslash"` ;;
*)
_G_arg=$1 ;;
esac
case $_G_arg in
# Double-quote args containing shell metacharacters to delay
# word splitting and command substitution for a subsequent eval.
# Many Bourne shells cannot handle close brackets correctly
# in scan sets, so we specify it separately.
*[\[\~\#\^\&\*\(\)\{\}\|\;\<\>\?\'\ \ ]*|*]*|"")
_G_arg=\"$_G_arg\"
;;
esac
func_quote_for_expand_result=$_G_arg
}