build/hcpp
author Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.org>
Tue, 26 Aug 2008 14:34:35 -0700
changeset 18461 c397279747fa966ebedd9806d691c7aeede5cbe3
parent 1 9b2a99adc05e53cd4010de512f50118594756650
child 77024 a80fe3a6586f0b4123b562731dfa5e4afb7d7ba9
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
To allow altoptions.m4 to be shared by both the main Mozilla and the SpiderMonkey build code, sincluding it shouldn't have any side effects. Since only Mozilla wants the side effect, move it to Mozilla's aclocal.m4.

#!/bin/sh
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#
# Wrapper for brain-damaged compilers that don't understand -o and -c together.
#
CXX=`echo $1 | sed -e "s|'||g" -e 's|"||g'`
shift
DUMMY="XxxXxxX"
DASH_C=0
DASH_O=0
GET_OBJECT=0
C_SRC="${DUMMY}"
CC_SRC="${DUMMY}"
CPP_SRC="${DUMMY}"
S_SRC="${DUMMY}"
OBJECT="${DUMMY}"
NEW_i="${DUMMY}"
PLATFORM=`uname -s`

for i in $*
do
	[ ${GET_OBJECT} -eq 1 ]  && {
	case $i in
		./*/*.o)	OBJECT="$i"
			OPTS="${OPTS} -o"
   			DASH_O=1
			;;
		./*.o)	OBJECT="`basename $i`"
			i=""
   			DASH_O=1
			;;
		*.o)	if [ $i = `basename $i` ]
			then
				i=""
			else
				OPTS="${OPTS} -o"
   				DASH_O=1
			fi
			;;
		*)	OPTS="${OPTS} -o $i"
   			DASH_O=1
			i=""
			;;
	esac
	GET_OBJECT=0
	}
	case $i in
		-c)
			DASH_C=1
			OPTS="${OPTS} -c"
			;;
		-o)
			GET_OBJECT=1
			;;
		*.c)
			C_SRC="$i"
			OPTS="${OPTS} $i"
# cc always creates the .o from the .c name
			OBJ=`basename ${C_SRC} .c`.o
			;;
		+.*)
			OPTS="${OPTS} $i"
			;;
		*.cpp)
			CPP_SRC="$i"
			if [ "${PLATFORM}" = "SCO_SV" ]; then
				OPTS="${OPTS} +.cpp $i"
			elif [ "${PLATFORM}" = "IRIX" ]; then
				NEW_i=`basename ${CPP_SRC} .cpp`.C
				rm -f ${NEW_i}
				cp $i ${NEW_i}
				OPTS="${OPTS} ${NEW_i}"
			else
				OPTS="${OPTS} $i"
			fi
# cc always creates the .o from the .cpp name
			OBJ=`basename ${CPP_SRC} .cpp`.o
			;;
		*.cc)
			CC_SRC="$i"
			OPTS="${OPTS} $i"
# cc always creates the .o from the .cc name
			OBJ=`basename ${CC_SRC} .cc`.o
			;;
		*.s)
			S_SRC="$i"
			OPTS="${OPTS} $i"
# cc always creates the .o from the .s name
			OBJ=`basename ${S_SRC} .s`.o
			;;
   		*.o)    OBJECT=$i
			OPTS="${OPTS} $i"
			;;
   		*) 	OPTS="${OPTS} $i"
			;;
	esac
done

${CXX} ${OPTS} || exit $?
rm -f ${NEW_i}

# Really only needed for NSPR now.
if [ "${PLATFORM}" = "IRIX" -a "$OBJ" != "$OBJECT" ]; then
	OBJ=$OBJECT
fi

# LAME!!!
if [ -f -O ]; then
	mv -f -- -O ${OBJECT}
fi

# if there was no -c and -o we're done
[ ${DASH_C} -eq 1 -a ${DASH_O} -eq 1 ] || exit 0

# if $OBJ and $OBJECT are the same we're done
[ $OBJ = $OBJECT ] && exit 0

[ -f $OBJ ] && mv -f $OBJ $OBJECT