build/Makefile.in
author David Anderson <danderson@mozilla.com>
Mon, 06 Sep 2010 18:26:57 -0700
changeset 74567 ca32ed513371555a77ee4ecad6e4987310d10d1a
parent 50842 72b7a1db8ce4ec705a16e0798e8770874e852a31
child 59174 af7da6fedc6e9d81b66da313c7138d15bbc1a987
permissions -rw-r--r--
Merge backout of FrameState changes.

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DEPTH		= ..
topsrcdir	= @top_srcdir@
srcdir		= @srcdir@
VPATH		= @srcdir@

include $(DEPTH)/config/autoconf.mk

MODULE = build

ifeq (,$(filter WINCE WINNT OS2,$(OS_ARCH)))
DIRS		= unix
endif

ifeq (WINNT,$(OS_ARCH))
DIRS = win32
endif

ifdef WINCE
# We need jemalloc built before the shunt
ifdef MOZ_MEMORY
DIRS += wince/tools \
	$(DEPTH)/memory/jemalloc \
	wince/shunt \
	$(DEPTH)/memory/mozalloc \
	$(NULL)
else
DIRS += wince/tools \
	wince/shunt \
	$(DEPTH)/memory/mozalloc \
	$(NULL)
endif
endif

DIRS += pgo

ifeq (Android,$(OS_TARGET))
  DIRS += mobile/sutagent/android
endif

include $(topsrcdir)/config/rules.mk

# we install to _leaktest/
TARGET_DEPTH = ..
include $(srcdir)/automation-build.mk

_LEAKTEST_DIR = $(DEPTH)/_leaktest
GARBAGE_DIRS += $(_LEAKTEST_DIR)

_LEAKTEST_FILES =    \
		automation.py \
		automationutils.py \
		leaktest.py \
		bloatcycle.html \
		$(topsrcdir)/build/pgo/server-locations.txt \
		$(NULL)

leaktest.py: leaktest.py.in
	$(PYTHON) $(topsrcdir)/config/Preprocessor.py $^ > $@
	chmod +x $@
GARBAGE += leaktest.py

libs:: $(_LEAKTEST_FILES)
	$(INSTALL) $^ $(_LEAKTEST_DIR)

ifdef ENABLE_TESTS
# Install bloaturls.txt file for tinderbox bloat test.
libs:: bloaturls.txt
	$(INSTALL) $< $(DIST)/bin

# Install bloatcycle.html into dist/bin/res, for auto-cycling
# of bloaturls.txt.  This is for browsers that can't do -f
# autocycling of URLs.
libs:: bloatcycle.html
	$(INSTALL) $< $(DIST)/bin/res

libs:: $(topsrcdir)/tools/rb/fix_stack_using_bpsyms.py
	$(INSTALL) $< $(DIST)/bin

ifeq ($(OS_ARCH),Darwin)
libs:: $(topsrcdir)/tools/rb/fix-macosx-stack.pl
	$(INSTALL) $< $(DIST)/bin
libs:: $(topsrcdir)/tools/rb/fix_macosx_stack.py
	$(INSTALL) $< $(DIST)/bin

# Basic unit tests for some stuff in the unify script
check::
# build ppc/i386 binaries, and unify them
	rm -f unify-test-ppc unify-test-i386 unify-test-universal
	$(HOST_CC) -arch ppc $(srcdir)/unify-test.c -o unify-test-ppc
	$(HOST_CC) -arch i386 $(srcdir)/unify-test.c -o unify-test-i386
	@if ! $(srcdir)/macosx/universal/unify ./unify-test-ppc ./unify-test-i386 \
          ./unify-test-universal; then \
          echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to produce a universal binary!"; \
          false; \
        fi
	@if test ! -f ./unify-test-universal; then \
          echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to produce a universal binary!"; \
          false; \
        fi
	@if ! file -b ./unify-test-universal | head -n1 | grep -q "^Mach-O universal binary"; then \
          echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to produce a universal binary!"; \
          false; \
        else \
          echo "TEST-PASS | build/ | unify produced a universal binary!"; \
        fi
# try building an x86-64 binary. if that succeeds, try unifying it
# with an i386 binary
	rm -f unify-test-x86_64 unify-test-universal-64
	-$(HOST_CC) -arch x86_64 $(srcdir)/unify-test.c -o unify-test-x86_64
	@if test -f ./unify-test-x86_64; then \
          if ! $(srcdir)/macosx/universal/unify ./unify-test-x86_64 ./unify-test-i386 \
            ./unify-test-universal-64; then \
            echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to produce a universal binary with a 64-bit input!"; \
            false; \
          fi; \
          if test ! -f ./unify-test-universal-64; then \
            echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to produce a universal binary with a 64-bit input!"; \
            false; \
          fi; \
          if ! file -b ./unify-test-universal-64 | head -n1 | grep -q "^Mach-O universal binary"; then \
            echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to produce a universal binary with a 64-bit input!"; \
            false; \
          else \
            echo "TEST-PASS | build/ | unify produced a universal binary with a 64-bit input!"; \
          fi \
        fi
# try unifying two identical Java class files
	rm -f unifytesta.class unifytestb.class unifytestc.class
	cp $(srcdir)/unifytest.class ./unifytesta.class
	cp $(srcdir)/unifytest.class ./unifytestb.class
	@if ! $(srcdir)/macosx/universal/unify ./unifytesta.class ./unifytestb.class \
          ./unifytestc.class; then \
          echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to unify a Java class file!"; \
          false; \
        fi
	@if test ! -f ./unifytestc.class; then \
          echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to unify a Java class file!"; \
          false; \
        fi
	@if ! diff -q ./unifytesta.class ./unifytestc.class; then \
          echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to unify a Java class file!"; \
          false; \
        else \
          echo "TEST-PASS | build/ | unify unified a Java class file!"; \
        fi
# try unifying some files that differ only in line ordering
	rm -rf unify-sort-test
	mkdir unify-sort-test unify-sort-test/a unify-sort-test/b
	printf "lmn\nabc\nxyz\n" > unify-sort-test/a/file.foo
	printf "xyz\nlmn\nabc" > unify-sort-test/b/file.foo
	printf "lmn\nabc\nxyz\n" > unify-sort-test/expected-result
	@if ! $(srcdir)/macosx/universal/unify --unify-with-sort "\.foo$$" \
          ./unify-sort-test/a ./unify-sort-test/b \
          ./unify-sort-test/c; then \
          echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to unify files with differing line ordering!"; \
          false; \
        fi
	@if ! diff -q ./unify-sort-test/expected-result ./unify-sort-test/c/file.foo; then \
          echo "TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | build/ | unify failed to unify files with differing line ordering!"; \
          false; \
        else \
          echo "TEST-PASS | build/ | unify unified files with differing line ordering!"; \
        fi
endif

ifeq ($(OS_ARCH),Linux)
libs:: $(topsrcdir)/tools/rb/fix-linux-stack.pl
	$(INSTALL) $< $(DIST)/bin
endif

GARBAGE += $(srcdir)/automationutils.pyc
endif # ENABLE_TESTS