File:  [gforth] / gforth / configure.in
Revision 1.110: download - view: text, annotated - select for diffs
Thu Jan 30 16:14:30 2003 UTC (16 years, 9 months ago) by anton
Branches: MAIN
CVS tags: HEAD
eliminated some (hopefully outdated) hppa special treatments
rewrote hppa cacheflush
prims2x can now process CRLF inputs (but the output is partly unixified)
prims2x can now process several sync lines in sequence
minor fixes

    1: dnl Process this file with autoconf to produce a configure script.
    2: 
    3: #Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1997,1998,2000 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
    4: 
    5: #This file is part of Gforth.
    6: 
    7: #Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
    8: #modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
    9: #as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
   10: #of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
   11: 
   12: #This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   13: #but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   14: #MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.#See the
   15: #GNU General Public License for more details.
   16: 
   17: #You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
   18: #along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
   19: #Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111, USA.
   20: 
   21: dnl We use some automake macros here,
   22: dnl but don't use automake for creating Makefile.in
   23: AC_INIT([gforth],[0.5.9-20030127],[https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=addbug&group=gforth])
   24: #snapshots have numbers major.minor.release-YYYYMMDD
   25: #note that lexicographic ordering must be heeded.
   26: #I.e., 0.4.1-YYYYMMDD must not exist before 0.4.1!
   27: UPDATED="27 January 2003"
   28: AC_SUBST(UPDATED)
   29: AC_CONFIG_HEADERS(engine/config.h)
   30: 
   31: #default setting that may be changed later:
   32: no_dynamic_default=0
   33: 
   34: AC_ARG_ENABLE(force-reg,
   35: [  --enable-force-reg	  Use explicit register declarations if they appear in
   36: 			  the machine.h file. This can cause a good speedup,
   37: 			  but also incorrect code with some gcc versions on
   38: 			  some processors (default disabled).],
   39: AC_DEFINE(FORCE_REG,,[Define if you want to use explicit register declarations for better performance or for more convenient CODE words (does not work with all GCC versions on all machines)]))
   40: 
   41: AC_ARG_WITH(debug,
   42: [  --with-debug     specifies option -g to compile with debug info (default)
   43:   --without-debug  omits the -g switch and creates smaller images on
   44:                    machines where "strip" has problems with gcc style
   45:                    debugging informations.],
   46: if test "$withval" = "yes"; then DEBUGFLAG=-g; fi)
   47: 
   48: dnl PEEPHOLE="yes"
   49: dnl AC_ARG_WITH(peephole,
   50: dnl [  --with-peephole	Enable peephole optimization (default)
   51: dnl   --without-peephole	disables peephole optimization. Creates smaller,
   52: dnl 			but slower images.],
   53: dnl PEEPHOLE="$withval")
   54: 
   55: #variables mentioned in INSTALL
   56: AC_ARG_VAR(CC, [The C compiler (must support GNU C 2.x).])
   57: AC_ARG_VAR(FORTHSIZES, [Gforth command line options for the default stack and dictionary sizes (see INSTALL).])
   58: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_sizeof_char_p, [sizeof(char *)])
   59: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_sizeof_char, [sizeof(char)])
   60: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_sizeof_short, [sizeof(short)])
   61: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_sizeof_int, [sizeof(int)])
   62: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_sizeof_long, [sizeof(long)])
   63: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_sizeof_long_long, [sizeof(long long)])
   64: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_sizeof_intptr_t, [sizeof(intptr_t)])
   65: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_sizeof_int128_t, [sizeof(int128_t)])
   66: AC_ARG_VAR(ac_cv_c_bigendian, [Is the target big-endian ("yes" or "no)?])
   67: 
   68: #set up feature test macros, so the tests get them right:
   69: # turn on all POSIX, SUSv3, and GNU features if available
   70: AC_GNU_SOURCE
   71: dnl AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([_GNU_SOURCE],1,[feature test macro])
   72: 
   73: dnl Don't define _POSIX_SOURCE etc. because some OSs (in particular
   74: dnl MacOSX) disable some features then (MacOSX checks for _POSIX_SOURCE,
   75: dnl but not for _XOPEN_SOURCE)
   76: dnl AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([_POSIX_SOURCE],1,[feature test macro])
   77: dnl AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([_POSIX_C_SOURCE],199506L,[feature test macro])
   78: dnl AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([_XOPEN_SOURCE],600,[feature test macro])
   79: # turn on large file support with 64-bit off_t where available
   80: AC_SYS_LARGEFILE
   81: dnl AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([_LARGEFILE_SOURCE],1,[feature test macro])
   82: dnl AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([_FILE_OFFSET_BITS],64,[feature test macro])
   83: 
   84: #currently we force direct threading this way.  Eventually we should
   85: #setup in the arch and engine files right
   86: 
   87: CFLAGS=$CFLAGS
   88: 
   89: AC_PROG_CC
   90: 
   91: test "$GCC" = "yes" || AC_MSG_ERROR(Gforth uses GNU C extensions and requires GCC 2.0 or higher)
   92: 
   93: AC_SUBST(CC)
   94: AC_SUBST(DEBUGFLAG)
   95: 
   96: dnl gcc-3.2 seems to work fine now
   97: dnl AC_MSG_CHECKING(gcc version)
   98: dnl gcc_version=`$CC -v 2>&1|grep 'gcc version'|sed 's/.*gcc version //'`
   99: dnl AC_MSG_RESULT($gcc_version)
  100: dnl if expr "$gcc_version" \> 3.0.4 >/dev/null && expr "$gcc_version" \< 3.2.1 >/dev/null
  101: dnl then
  102: dnl    no_dynamic_default=1
  103: dnl    AC_MSG_WARN(Disabling dynamic native code generation by default (speed penalty factor ~2))
  104: dnl fi
  105: 
  106: AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether the linker accepts -export-dynamic])
  107: OLDLDFLAGS=$LDFLAGS
  108: LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -export-dynamic"
  109: dnl AC_TRY_LINK gives false positive on rs6000-ibm-aix4.2.1.0
  110: dnl AC_TRY_LINK(,,ac_export_dynamic=yes,ac_export_dynamic=no)
  111: AC_TRY_RUN(main(){exit(0);},ac_export_dynamic=yes,ac_export_dynamic=no,ac_export_dynamic=no)
  112: test $ac_export_dynamic = yes|| LDFLAGS=$OLDLDFLAGS
  113: AC_MSG_RESULT($ac_export_dynamic)
  114: 
  115: #terminology is a bit unusual here: The host is the system on which
  116: #gforth will run; the system on which configure will run is the `build'
  117: AC_CANONICAL_HOST
  118: case "$host_cpu" in
  119: 	hppa*)
  120: 		machine=hppa
  121: 		$srcdir/mkinstalldirs arch/hppa
  122: 		AC_LIBOBJ(../arch/hppa/cache)
  123: 		#LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -Xlinker -N"
  124: 		LIBS="$LIBS -L/lib/pa1.1/"
  125: 		;;
  126: 	sparc*)
  127: 		machine=sparc
  128: 		;;
  129: 	i386)
  130: 		machine=386
  131: 		CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fomit-frame-pointer -fforce-addr -fforce-mem"
  132: 		;;
  133: 	i486)
  134: 		machine=386
  135: 		CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fomit-frame-pointer -fforce-addr -fforce-mem -m486"
  136: 		;;
  137: 	i*86)
  138: 		machine=386
  139: 		CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fomit-frame-pointer -fforce-addr -fforce-mem"
  140: 		CFLAGS_1="$CFLAGS"
  141: 		CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -march=pentium"
  142: 		AC_TRY_COMPILE(,,,CFLAGS="$CFLAGS_1 -m486")
  143: 		;;
  144: #generic should work for IA64
  145: #	ia64*)
  146: #		machine=ia64
  147: #		;;
  148:         m68k)
  149: 		machine=m68k
  150: 		CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fomit-frame-pointer"
  151: 		if test "$host_os" = "nextstep3"
  152: 		then
  153: 			AC_LIBOBJ(termios)
  154: 		fi
  155: 		;;
  156: 	mips*)
  157: 		machine=mips
  158: 		#dynamic native code has the following problems on MIPS:
  159: 		#
  160: 		#1) J/JAL seems relocatable, but is are only
  161: 		#relocatable within a 256MB-segment.  While we try to
  162: 		#get the linker to arrange this, there is no guarantee
  163: 		#that this will succeed (and if the user uses a lot of
  164: 		#memory, it is likely to fail).
  165: 		#
  166: 		#2) The way we generate dynamic native code may
  167: 		#violate MIPS architectural restrictions (in
  168: 		#particular, the delay slots of LW, MFLO, etc.)
  169: 		#
  170: 		#Therefore we disable dynamic native code by default:
  171: 		no_dynamic_default=1
  172: 		AC_MSG_WARN(Disabling dynamic native code generation by default (speed penalty factor ~2))
  173: 		;;
  174: 	alpha*)
  175: 		machine=alpha
  176: 		#full IEEE FP support for more uniformity across platforms:
  177: 		CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -mieee"
  178: 		;;
  179: 	power*|rs6000)
  180: 		machine=power
  181: 		$srcdir/mkinstalldirs arch/power
  182: 		AC_CHECK_FUNC(_sync_cache_range,true,AC_LIBOBJ(../arch/power/_sync_cache_range))
  183: 		#long long is broken on (at least) gcc-2.95.* for PPC
  184: 		test x$ac_cv_sizeof_long_long = x && ac_cv_sizeof_long_long=0
  185: 		;;
  186: 	*)
  187: 		AC_MSG_WARN([Using a generic machine description])
  188: 		AC_MSG_WARN([Assuming C floats and doubles are IEEE floats and doubles (for SF@ DF@ SF! DF!)])
  189: 		AC_MSG_WARN([FLUSH-ICACHE will do nothing, so END-CODE may not work properly!])
  190: 		machine=generic
  191: 		#I-cache flushing would be needed for dynamic code generation
  192: 		no_dynamic_default=1
  193: 		AC_MSG_WARN(Disabling dynamic native code generation by default (speed penalty factor ~2))
  194: esac
  195: AC_SUBST(host)
  196: 
  197: dnl the following macro produces a warning with autoconf-2.1
  198: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(char *)
  199: case "$ac_cv_sizeof_char_p" in
  200:   2)
  201:     wordsize=16
  202:     ;;
  203:   4)
  204:     wordsize=32
  205:     ;;
  206:   8)
  207:     wordsize=64
  208:     ;;
  209: esac
  210: 
  211: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(char)
  212: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(short)
  213: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(int)
  214: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(long)
  215: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(long long)
  216: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(intptr_t)
  217: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(int128_t)
  218: 
  219: AC_MSG_CHECKING([for a C type for cells])
  220: ac_cv_int_type_cell=none
  221: case "$ac_cv_sizeof_char_p" in
  222:   $ac_cv_sizeof_int)
  223:     ac_cv_int_type_cell=int
  224:     ;;
  225:   $ac_cv_sizeof_short)
  226:     ac_cv_int_type_cell=short
  227:     ;;
  228:   $ac_cv_sizeof_char)
  229:     ac_cv_int_type_cell=char
  230:     ;;
  231:   $ac_cv_sizeof_long)
  232:     ac_cv_int_type_cell=long
  233:     ;;
  234:   $ac_cv_sizeof_long_long)
  235:     ac_cv_int_type_cell="long long"
  236:     ;;
  237:   $ac_cv_sizeof_intptr_t)
  238:     ac_cv_int_type_cell="intptr_t"
  239:     ;;
  240:   $ac_cv_sizeof_int128_t)
  241:     ac_cv_int_type_cell="int128_t"
  242:     ;;
  243: esac
  244: AC_MSG_RESULT($ac_cv_int_type_cell)
  245: AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(CELL_TYPE,$ac_cv_int_type_cell,[an integer type that is as long as a pointer])
  246: 
  247: AC_MSG_CHECKING([for a C type for double-cells])
  248: ac_cv_int_type_double_cell=none
  249: case `expr 2 '*' "$ac_cv_sizeof_char_p"` in
  250:   $ac_cv_sizeof_short)
  251:     ac_cv_int_type_double_cell=short
  252:     ;;
  253:   $ac_cv_sizeof_int)
  254:     ac_cv_int_type_double_cell=int
  255:     ;;
  256:   $ac_cv_sizeof_long)
  257:     ac_cv_int_type_double_cell=long
  258:     ;;
  259:   $ac_cv_sizeof_long_long)
  260:     ac_cv_int_type_double_cell="long long"
  261:     ;;
  262:   $ac_cv_sizeof_intptr_t)
  263:     ac_cv_int_type_double_cell="intptr_t"
  264:     ;;
  265:   $ac_cv_sizeof_int128_t)
  266:     ac_cv_int_type_double_cell="int128_t"
  267:     ;;
  268: esac
  269: AC_MSG_RESULT($ac_cv_int_type_double_cell)
  270: if test "$ac_cv_int_type_double_cell" = none; then
  271: 	AC_MSG_WARN([Emulating double-cell arithmetic. This may be slow.])
  272: 	AC_LIBOBJ(dblsub)
  273: 	AC_DEFINE(BUGGY_LONG_LONG,,[define this if there is no working DOUBLE_CELL_TYPE on your machine])
  274: else
  275: 	AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(DOUBLE_CELL_TYPE,$ac_cv_int_type_double_cell,[an integer type that is twice as long as a pointer])
  276: fi
  277: 
  278: AC_TYPE_OFF_T
  279: AC_CHECK_SIZEOF(off_t)
  280: test $ac_cv_sizeof_off_t -gt $ac_cv_sizeof_char_p
  281: ac_small_off_t=$?
  282: AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(SMALL_OFF_T,$ac_small_off_t,[1 if off_t fits in a Cell])
  283: 
  284: ENGINE_FLAGS=
  285: AC_SUBST(ENGINE_FLAGS)
  286: 
  287: # Try if GCC understands -fno-gcse
  288: 
  289: AC_MSG_CHECKING([if $CC understands -fno-gcse])
  290: CFLAGS_1="$CFLAGS"
  291: CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fno-gcse"
  292: AC_TRY_COMPILE(,,ac_nogcse=yes;ENGINE_FLAGS="$ENGINE_FLAGS -fno-gcse",ac_nogcse=no)
  293: CFLAGS="$CFLAGS_1"
  294: AC_MSG_RESULT($ac_nogcse)
  295: 
  296: # Try if GCC understands -fno-strict-aliasing
  297: 
  298: AC_MSG_CHECKING([if $CC understands -fno-strict-aliasing])
  299: CFLAGS_1="$CFLAGS"
  300: CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fno-strict-aliasing"
  301: AC_TRY_COMPILE(,,ac_nostrictaliasing=yes;ENGINE_FLAGS="$ENGINE_FLAGS -fno-strict-aliasing",ac_nostrictaliasing=no)
  302: CFLAGS="$CFLAGS_1"
  303: AC_MSG_RESULT($ac_nostrictaliasing)
  304: 
  305: # Try if GCC understands -fno-cross-jump
  306: 
  307: AC_MSG_CHECKING([if $CC understands -fno-cross-jump])
  308: CFLAGS_1="$CFLAGS"
  309: CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fno-cross-jump"
  310: AC_TRY_COMPILE(,,ac_nocrossjump=yes;ENGINE_FLAGS="$ENGINE_FLAGS -fno-cross-jump",ac_nocrossjump=no)
  311: CFLAGS="$CFLAGS_1"
  312: AC_MSG_RESULT($ac_nocrossjump)
  313: 
  314: AC_CHECK_PROG(asm_fs,asm.fs,arch/$machine/asm.fs,,$srcdir/arch/$machine)
  315: AC_SUBST(asm_fs)
  316: 
  317: AC_CHECK_PROG(disasm_fs,disasm.fs,arch/$machine/disasm.fs,,$srcdir/arch/$machine)
  318: AC_SUBST(disasm_fs)
  319: 
  320: case "$host_os" in
  321: 	*win32|cygwin)
  322: 		DIRSEP="\\\\"
  323: 		;;
  324: 	*darwin*)
  325: 		#Darwin uses some funny preprocessor by default; eliminate it:
  326: 		AC_MSG_NOTICE([using -traditional-cpp on Darwin])
  327: 		CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -traditional-cpp"
  328: 		DIRSEP="/"
  329: 		;;
  330: 	*)
  331: 		DIRSEP="/"
  332: 		;;
  333: esac
  334: AC_SUBST(DIRSEP)
  335: AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(DIRSEP,'$DIRSEP',[a directory separator character])
  336: 
  337: dnl Now a little support for DOS/DJGCC
  338: AC_SUBST(GFORTH_EXE)
  339: GFORTH_EXE=""
  340: AC_SUBST(GFORTHFAST_EXE)
  341: GFORTHFAST_EXE=""
  342: AC_SUBST(GFORTHITC_EXE)
  343: GFORTHITC_EXE=""
  344: AC_SUBST(GFORTHDITC_EXE)
  345: GFORTHDITC_EXE=""
  346: 
  347: PATHSEP=":"
  348: AC_SUBST(PATHSEP)
  349: AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PATHSEP,'$PATHSEP',[a path separator character])
  350: 
  351: AC_SUBST(FORTHSIZES)
  352: 
  353: dnl if test "$PEEPHOLE" = "yes"
  354: dnl then
  355: dnl    PEEPHOLEFLAG="true"
  356: dnl    AC_DEFINE(HAS_PEEPHOLE,,[Define if you want to use peephole optimization])
  357: dnl else
  358: dnl    PEEPHOLEFLAG="false"
  359: dnl fi
  360: PEEPHOLEFLAG="true"
  361: AC_SUBST(PEEPHOLEFLAG)
  362: 
  363: dnl copy commands for systems that don't have links
  364: AC_SUBST(LINK_KERNL)
  365: LINK_KERNL=""
  366: 
  367: #if test $host_os=dos
  368: #then
  369: #  echo Configuring for DOS!!!
  370: #  MAKE_EXE="coff2exe gforth"
  371: #  LINK_KERNL='$(CP) kernl32l.fi kernel.fi'
  372: #fi
  373: 
  374: dnl the following macro produces a warning with autoconf-2.1
  375: AC_C_BIGENDIAN
  376: AC_SUBST(KERNEL)
  377: dnl ac_cv_c_bigendian is an undocumented variable of autoconf-2.1
  378: if test $ac_cv_c_bigendian = yes; then
  379:   bytesex=b
  380:   KERNEL="kernl16b.fi kernl16l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl64b.fi kernl64l.fi"
  381: else
  382:   bytesex=l
  383:   KERNEL="kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi"
  384: fi
  385: 
  386: #check how to do asm(".skip 16")
  387: AC_MSG_CHECKING([if and how we can waste code space])
  388: skipcode=no
  389: for i in ".skip 16" ".block 16" ".org .+16" ".=.+16" ".space 16"
  390: do
  391: 	AC_TRY_RUN(
  392: int foo(int);
  393: main()
  394: {
  395:   exit(foo(0)!=16);
  396: }
  397: int foo(int x)
  398: {
  399:   if (x) {
  400:   label1:
  401:     asm("$i");
  402:   label2:
  403:   }
  404:   return (&&label2)-(&&label1);
  405: }
  406: 	,skipcode=$i; break
  407: 	,,)
  408: done	
  409: AC_MSG_RESULT($skipcode)
  410: if test "$skipcode" = no
  411: then 
  412:     no_dynamic_default=1
  413:     AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(SKIP16,((void)0),statement for skipping 16 bytes)
  414:     AC_MSG_WARN(Disabling dynamic native code generation by default (speed penalty factor ~2))
  415: else
  416:     AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(SKIP16,asm("$skipcode"),statement for skipping 16 bytes)
  417: fi
  418: 
  419: AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(NO_DYNAMIC_DEFAULT,$no_dynamic_default,default value for no_dynamic)
  420: 
  421: dnl Checks for programs.
  422: AC_PROG_LN_S
  423: AC_PROG_INSTALL
  424: 
  425: dnl Checks for library functions
  426: dnl This check is just for making later checks link with libm.
  427: dnl using sin here is no good idea since it is built-into gcc and typechecked
  428: AC_CHECK_LIB(m,asin)
  429: AC_CHECK_LIB(dl,dlopen)
  430: if test "$host_os" != "nextstep3"
  431: then
  432: 	AC_FUNC_MEMCMP
  433: fi
  434: AC_REPLACE_FUNCS(memmove strtoul pow10 strerror strsignal atanh)
  435: AC_FUNC_FSEEKO
  436: AC_CHECK_FUNCS(ftello dlopen sys_siglist getrusage)
  437: AC_CHECK_TYPES(stack_t)
  438: AC_DECL_SYS_SIGLIST
  439: AC_CHECK_FUNC(getopt_long,true,AC_LIBOBJ(getopt); AC_LIBOBJ(getopt1))
  440: AC_CHECK_FUNCS(expm1 log1p)
  441: AC_REPLACE_FUNCS(rint ecvt)
  442: dnl No check for select, because our replacement is no good under
  443: dnl anything but DOS
  444: AC_CHECK_HEADERS(sys/mman.h fnmatch.h)
  445: AC_FUNC_FNMATCH
  446: test $ac_cv_func_fnmatch_works = yes || AC_LIBOBJ(fnmatch)
  447: AC_CHECK_FUNCS(mmap sysconf getpagesize)
  448: AM_PATH_LISPDIR
  449: 
  450: kernel_fi=kernl${wordsize}${bytesex}.fi
  451: AC_SUBST(kernel_fi)
  452: 
  453: #this breaks bindists
  454: #dnl replace srource directory by absolute value
  455: #if test $srcdir = "."; then srcdir=`pwd` 
  456: #fi
  457: 
  458: AC_SUBST(machine)
  459: AC_CONFIG_FILES([
  460: Makefile
  461: Makedist
  462: gforthmi
  463: vmgen
  464: machpc.fs
  465: engine/Makefile
  466: doc/version.texi ])
  467: AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS([stamp-h],[[echo timestamp > stamp-h
  468: chmod +x gforthmi
  469: chmod +x vmgen
  470: test -d kernel||mkdir kernel]],[[]])
  471: AC_OUTPUT
  472: 

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