File:  [gforth] / gforth / Attic / configure
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Thu Nov 17 15:53:05 1994 UTC (26 years, 10 months ago) by pazsan
Branches: MAIN
CVS tags: HEAD
*Added:
* configure.bat configures on MS-DOS machines
* io-dos.h provides IO for MS-DOS
* makefile.dos is a GNU make Makefile for MS-DOS
*Changed:
* Merged gray/gforth and gray/gray4, added conditional compilation for
  gray ports (gforth and bigFORTH first)
* added gforth recognising string in environment
* added interpreter support for images (starts now with magic)
* changed make rule for ds2texi, so that it can run with Messy-DOS
* added SAVESYSTEM in dumpimage.fs
* fixed bug in Makefile for big endian systems (->configure)

    1: #!/bin/sh
    2: # Configuration script for GNU FORTH
    3: #   Copyright (C) 1994 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
    4: 
    5: #This file is part of GNU CC.
    6: 
    7: #GNU FORTH is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
    8: #it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
    9: #the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
   10: #any later version.
   11: 
   12: #GNU FORTH 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 GNU FORTH; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
   19: #the Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
   20: 
   21: # This file is a derivate of configure for GNU CC
   22: 
   23: #
   24: # Shell script to create proper links to machine-dependent files in
   25: # preparation for compiling gcc.
   26: #
   27: # Options: --srcdir=DIR		specifies directory where sources are.
   28: # 	   --host=HOST		specifies host configuration.
   29: #	   --target=TARGET	specifies target configuration.
   30: #	   --build=TARGET	specifies configuration of machine you are
   31: #				using to compile GCC.
   32: #	   --prefix=DIR		specifies directory to install in.
   33: #	   --exec-prefix=DIR	specifies directory to install executables in.
   34: #	   --direct-threade  specifies direct threading
   35: #
   36: # If configure succeeds, it leaves its status in config.status.
   37: # If configure fails after disturbing the status quo, 
   38: # 	config.status is removed.
   39: #
   40: 
   41: progname=$0
   42: 
   43: # Default --srcdir to the directory where the script is found, 
   44: # if a directory was specified.
   45: # The second sed call is to convert `.//configure' to `./configure'.
   46: srcdir=`echo $0 | sed 's|//|/|' | sed 's|/[^/]*$||'`
   47: if [ x$srcdir = x$0 ]
   48: then
   49: srcdir=
   50: fi
   51: 
   52: host=
   53: threading=
   54: 
   55: # Default prefix to /usr/local.
   56: prefix=/usr/local
   57: 
   58: # local_prefix specifies where to find the directory /usr/local/include
   59: # We don't use $(prefix) for this
   60: # because we always want GCC to search /usr/local/include
   61: # even if GCC is installed somewhere other than /usr/local.
   62: # Think THREE TIMES before specifying any other value for this!
   63: # DO NOT make this use $prefix!
   64: local_prefix=/usr/local
   65: # Default is to let the Makefile set exec_prefix from $(prefix)
   66: exec_prefix='$(prefix)'
   67: #
   68: 
   69: remove=rm
   70: hard_link=ln
   71: symbolic_link='ln -s'
   72: copy=cp
   73: 
   74: # Record all the arguments, to write them in config.status.
   75: arguments=$*
   76: 
   77: #for Test
   78: #remove="echo rm"
   79: #hard_link="echo ln"
   80: #symbolic_link="echo ln -s"
   81: 
   82: target=
   83: host=
   84: build=
   85: name1=
   86: name2=
   87: debugging=-g
   88: 
   89: for arg in $*;
   90: do
   91:   case $next_arg in
   92:   --srcdir)
   93:     srcdir=$arg
   94:     next_arg=
   95:     ;;
   96:   --host)
   97:     host=$arg
   98:     next_arg=
   99:     ;;
  100:   --target)
  101:     target=$arg
  102:     next_arg=
  103:     ;;
  104:   --build)
  105:     build=$arg
  106:     next_arg=
  107:     ;;
  108:   --prefix)
  109:     prefix=$arg
  110:     next_arg=
  111:     ;;
  112:   --exec-prefix)
  113:     exec_prefix=$arg
  114:     next_arg=
  115:     ;;
  116:   --direct-threaded)
  117:     threading=-DDIRECT_THREADED
  118:     next_arg=
  119:     ;;
  120:   *)
  121:     case $arg in
  122:       -*)
  123: 	if [ x$name1 != x ]
  124: 	then
  125: 		echo "Positional arguments must be last." 1>&2
  126: 		exit 1
  127: 	fi
  128: 	;;
  129:     esac
  130: 
  131:     case $arg in
  132:      -srcdir | --srcdir | --srcdi | --srcd | --src | --sr)
  133: 	next_arg=--srcdir
  134: 	;;
  135:      -srcdir=* | --srcdir=* | --srcdi=* | --srcd=* | --src=* | --sr=*)
  136: 	srcdir=`echo $arg | sed 's/-*s[a-z]*=//'`
  137: 	;;
  138:      -host | --host | --hos | --ho)
  139: 	next_arg=--host
  140: 	;;
  141:      -host=* | --host=* | --hos=* | --ho=*)
  142: 	host=`echo $arg | sed 's/-*h[a-z]*=//'`
  143: 	;; 
  144:      -target | --target | --targe | --targ | --tar | --ta | --t)
  145: 	next_arg=--target
  146: 	;;
  147:      -target=* | --target=* | --targe=* | --targ=* | --tar=* | --ta=* | --t=*)
  148: 	target=`echo $arg | sed 's/-*t[a-z]*=//'`
  149: 	;; 
  150:      -build | --build | --buil | --bui | --bu | --b)
  151: 	next_arg=--build
  152: 	;;
  153:      -build=* | --build=* | --buil=* | --bui=* | --bu=* | --b=*)
  154: 	build=`echo $arg | sed 's/-*b[a-z]*=//'`
  155: 	;; 
  156:      -prefix | --prefix | --prefi | --pref | --pre | --pr | --p)
  157: 	next_arg=--prefix
  158: 	;;
  159:      -prefix=* | --prefix=* | --prefi=* | --pref=* | --pre=* | --pr=* | --p=*)
  160: 	prefix=`echo $arg | sed 's/-*p[a-z]*=//'`
  161: 	;;
  162:      -exec-prefix | --exec-prefix | --exec-prefi | --exec-pref | --exec-pre \
  163: 	| --exec-pr | --exec-p | --exec- | --exec | --exe | --ex | --e)
  164: 	next_arg=--exec-prefix
  165: 	;;
  166:      -exec-prefix=* | --exec-prefix=* | --exec-prefi=* | --exec-pref=* \
  167: 	| --exec-pre=* | --exec-pr=* | --exec-p=* | --exec-=* | --exec=* \
  168: 	| --exe=* | --ex=* | --e=*)
  169: 	exec_prefix=`echo $arg | sed 's/-*e[-a-z]*=//'`
  170:    ;;
  171:      -direct-threaded | --direct-threade | --direct-thread | --direct-threa \
  172:    | --direct-thre | --direct-thr | --direct-th | --direct-t | --direct- \
  173:    | --direct | --direc | --dire | --dir | --di | --d)
  174:     threading=-DDIRECT_THREADED
  175:    ;;
  176:      -without-debug | --without-debu | --without-deb | --without-de \
  177:    | --without-d)
  178:     debugging=
  179:    ;;
  180:      -with-* | --with-*) ;; #ignored
  181:      -without-* | --without-*) ;; #ignored
  182:      -enable-* | --enable-*) ;; #ignored
  183:      -x | --x) ;; # ignored
  184:      --he*) ;; # ignored for now (--help)
  185:      --vers*) ;; # ignored for now (--version)
  186:      --verb*) ;; # ignored for now (--verbose)
  187:      --program-*) ;; #ignored (--program-prefix, --program-suffix)
  188:      --c*) ;; #ignored (--cache-file)
  189:      --q*) ;; #ignored (--quiet)
  190:      --si*) ;; #ignored (--silent)
  191:      -*)
  192: 	echo "Invalid option \`$arg'" 1>&2
  193: 	exit 1
  194: 	;;
  195:      *)
  196: # Allow configure HOST TARGET.  If just one name is given, it is used
  197: # as both unless a host was previously given, in which case it is
  198: # just the target.
  199: 	if [ x$name1 != x ]
  200: 	then
  201: 		if [ x$name2 != x ]
  202: 		then
  203: 			echo "More than two configuration names." 1>&2
  204: 			exit 1
  205: 		fi
  206: 		name2=$arg
  207: 	elif [ x$host != x ]
  208: 	then
  209: 		name1=$host
  210: 		name2=$arg
  211: 		host=
  212: 	else
  213: 		name1=$arg
  214: 	fi
  215: 	;;
  216:     esac
  217:   esac
  218: done
  219: 
  220: if [ x$name1 != x ]
  221: then
  222: 	if [ x$name2 = x ]
  223: 	then
  224: 		name2=$name1
  225: 	fi
  226: 
  227: 	if [ x$host != x ]
  228: 	then
  229: 		echo "Duplicate specification of host." 1>&2
  230: 		exit 1
  231: 	fi
  232: 
  233: 	if [ x$target != x ]
  234: 	then
  235: 		echo "Duplicate specification of target." 1>&2
  236: 		exit 1
  237: 	fi
  238: 
  239: 	host=$name1
  240: 	build=$name1
  241: 	target=$name2
  242: fi
  243: 
  244: # Find the source files, if location was not specified.
  245: if [ x$srcdir = x ]
  246: then
  247: 	srcdirdefaulted=1
  248: 	srcdir=.
  249: 	if [ ! -r tree.c ]
  250: 	then
  251: 		srcdir=..
  252: 	fi
  253: fi
  254: 
  255: if [ ! -r ${srcdir}/engine.c ]
  256: then
  257: 	if [ x$srcdirdefaulted = x ]
  258: 	then
  259: 	  echo "$progname: Can't find compiler sources in \`${srcdir}'" 1>&2
  260: 	else
  261: 	  echo "$progname: Can't find compiler sources in \`.' or \`..'" 1>&2
  262: 	fi
  263: 	exit 1
  264: fi
  265: 
  266: if [ -r ${srcdir}/config.status ] && [ x$srcdir != x. ]
  267: then
  268: 	echo "$progname: \`configure' has been run in \`${srcdir}'" 1>&2
  269: 	exit 1
  270: fi
  271: 
  272: # Complain if an arg is missing
  273: if [ x$build = x ]
  274: then
  275: 	# If host was specified, always use it for build also to avoid
  276: 	# confusion.  If someone wants a cross compiler where build != host,
  277: 	# then they must specify build explicitly.  Since this case is
  278: 	# extremely rare, it does not matter that it is slightly inconvenient.
  279: 	if [ x$host != x ]
  280: 	then
  281: 		build=$host
  282: 	
  283: 	# This way of testing the result of a command substitution is
  284: 	# defined by Posix.2 (section 3.9.1) as well as traditional shells.
  285: 	elif build=`${srcdir}/config.guess`
  286: 	then
  287: 		echo "This appears to be a ${build} system." 1>&2
  288: 
  289: 	elif [ x$target != x ]
  290: 	then
  291: 		echo 'Config.guess failed to determine the host type.  Defaulting to target.'
  292: 		build=$target
  293: 	else
  294: 		echo 'Config.guess failed to determine the host type.  You need to specify one.' 1>&2
  295: 		echo "\
  296: Usage: `basename $progname` [--host=HOST] [--build=BUILD]
  297:        [--prefix=DIR] [--exec-pref=DIR] TARGET" 1>&2
  298: 	echo "Where HOST, TARGET and BUILD are three-part configuration names " 1>&2
  299: 		if [ -r config.status ]
  300: 		then
  301: 			tail +2 config.status 1>&2
  302: 		fi
  303: 		exit 1
  304: 	fi
  305: fi
  306: 
  307: # If $host was not specified, use $build.
  308: if [ x$host = x ]
  309: then
  310: 	host=$build
  311: fi
  312: 
  313: # If $target was not specified, use $host.
  314: if [ x$target = x ]
  315: then
  316: 	target=$host
  317: fi
  318: 
  319: # Validate the specs, and canonicalize them.
  320: canon_build=`/bin/sh $srcdir/config.sub $build` || exit 1
  321: canon_host=`/bin/sh $srcdir/config.sub $host` || exit 1
  322: canon_target=`/bin/sh $srcdir/config.sub $target` || exit 1
  323: 
  324: # Decode the host machine, then the target machine.
  325: # For the host machine, we save the xm_file variable as host_xm_file;
  326: # then we decode the target machine and forget everything else
  327: # that came from the host machine.
  328: 
  329: cpu=
  330: bigendian=
  331: extra_lib=
  332: extra_obs=
  333: 
  334: case $target in
  335: 	# Support site-specific machine types.
  336: 	hppa*)
  337: 		cpu=hppa.h
  338: 		bigendian=1
  339: 		if [ x$threading = x ]
  340: 		then
  341: 			extra_obs="getopt1.o getopt.o"
  342: 		else
  343: 			extra_obs="getopt1.o getopt.o cache.o"
  344: 		fi
  345: 		flags="-fforce-mem -fforce-addr -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-defer-pop -fcaller-saves"
  346: 		defines="-DUSE_TOS -DUSE_FTOS -D_POSIX_VERSION -DUSE_GETOPT $threading"
  347: 		;;
  348: 	sparc*)
  349: 		cpu=sparc.h
  350: 		bigendian=1
  351: 		extra_obs="getopt1.o getopt.o"
  352: 		flags="-fforce-mem -fforce-addr -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-defer-pop -fcaller-saves"
  353: 		defines="-DUSE_TOS -DUSE_FTOS -D_POSIX_VERSION -DUSE_GETOPT $threading"
  354: 		;;
  355: 	i[345]86*)
  356: 		cpu=386.h
  357: 		bigendian=0
  358: 		extra_obs="getopt1.o getopt.o"
  359: 		flags="-fforce-mem -fforce-addr -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-defer-pop -fcaller-saves"
  360: 		defines="-D_POSIX_VERSION -DUSE_GETOPT $threading"
  361: 		;;
  362: 	mips-dec-ultrix*)
  363: 		cpu=decstation.h
  364: 		bigendian=0
  365: 		flags="-fforce-mem -fforce-addr -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-defer-pop -fcaller-saves"
  366: 		defines="-DUSE_TOS -DUSE_FTOS -D_POSIX_VERSION -DUSE_GETOPT $threading"
  367: 		;;
  368: 	m68k*)
  369: 		cpu=apollo68k.h
  370: 		bigendian=1
  371: 		extra_obs="getopt1.o getopt.o"
  372: 		flags="-fforce-mem -fforce-addr -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-defer-pop -fcaller-saves"
  373: 		defines="-DUSE_TOS -DUSE_FTOS -D_POSIX_VERSION -DUSE_GETOPT $threading"
  374: 		;;
  375: 	*)
  376: 		;;
  377: esac
  378: 
  379: if [ x$cpu = x ]
  380: then
  381: 	echo "Unknown Machine $machine"
  382: 	exit 1
  383: fi
  384: 
  385: rm -f machine.h
  386: rm -f gforth.fi
  387: ln -s $cpu machine.h
  388: if [ x$bigendian = x1 ]
  389: then
  390: 	ln -s kernl32b.fi gforth.fi
  391: else
  392: 	ln -s kernl32l.fi gforth.fi
  393: fi
  394: 
  395: if [ x$bigendian = x1 ]
  396: then
  397:    kernalswap='s|kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi|kernl32b.fi kernl32l.fi|'
  398:    kernalexec='-e'
  399: fi
  400: 
  401: sed -e "s|^XCFLAGS[	 ]*=*\(.*\)$|XCFLAGS	= \1 $flags|" \
  402:     -e "s|^XDEFINES[	 ]*=*\(.*\)$|XDEFINES	= \1 $defines|" \
  403:     -e "s|^OBJECTS[	 ]*=*\(.*\)$|OBJECTS	= \1 $extra_obs|" \
  404:     -e "s|^CFLAGS[	 ]*=*\(.*\)$|CFLAGS	= $debugging\1|" \
  405:     -e "s|^LDFLAGS[	 ]*=*\(.*\)$|LDFLAGS	= $debugging\1|" \
  406:     $kernalexec "$kernalswap" \
  407:     Makefile.in > Makefile
  408: 
  409: exit 0
  410: 

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