author Philip Jägenstedt <>
Mon, 09 Apr 2018 14:42:02 +0000
changeset 413474 3582e94198299a6c64414d17a79d9b6343fd1849
parent 113444 1a53df18c076a7388496b9d78cceb855ce793735
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Bug 1444948 [wpt PR 9977] - Remove the rest of Sauce support for stability runs (including JWT), a=testonly Automatic update from web-platform-testsRemove the rest of Sauce support for stability runs (including JWT) (#9977) Fixes wpt-commits: 18ce941a0840daaa8a17fbe54449c6acc092b442 wpt-pr: 9977 wpt-commits: 18ce941a0840daaa8a17fbe54449c6acc092b442 wpt-pr: 9977

# this script creates a wrapper shell script for an executable.  The idea is the actual executable cannot be
# executed natively (it was cross compiled), but we want to run tests natively.  Running this script
# as part of the compilation process will move the non-native executable to a new location, and replace it
# with a script that will run it under qemu.
while [[ -n $1 ]]; do
    case $1 in
        --qemu) QEMU="$2"; shift 2;;
        --libdir) LIBDIR="$2"; shift 2;;
        --ld) LD="$2"; shift 2;;
        *) exe="$1"; shift;;
if [[ -z $LIBDIR ]]; then
    echo "You need to specify a directory for the cross libraries when you configure the shell"
    echo "You can do this with --with-cross-lib="
    exit 1
mv $exe $
# Just hardcode the path to the executable.  It'll be pretty obvious if it is doing the wrong thing.

echo $'#!/bin/bash\n' $QEMU -E LD_LIBRARY_PATH="${LIBDIR}" "$LD" "$(readlink -f "$")" '"$@"' >"$exe"
chmod +x $exe