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/* Compiler driver program that can handle many languages.
Copyright (C) 1987, 89, 92-96, 1997 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU CC.
GNU CC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
any later version.
GNU CC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GNU CC; see the file COPYING. If not, write to
the Free Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
This paragraph is here to try to keep Sun CC from dying.
The number of chars here seems crucial!!!! */
/* This program is the user interface to the C compiler and possibly to
other compilers. It is used because compilation is a complicated procedure
which involves running several programs and passing temporary files between
them, forwarding the users switches to those programs selectively,
and deleting the temporary files at the end.
CC recognizes how to compile each input file by suffixes in the file names.
Once it knows which kind of compilation to perform, the procedure for
compilation is specified by a string called a "spec". */
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <errno.h>
#ifndef NO_SYS_FILE_H
#include <sys/file.h> /* May get R_OK, etc. on some systems. */
#endif
#include "config.h"
#include "obstack.h"
#include "gansidecl.h"
#ifdef __STDC__
#include <stdarg.h>
#else
#include <varargs.h>
#endif
#include <stdio.h>
#ifndef R_OK
#define R_OK 4
#define W_OK 2
#define X_OK 1
#endif
/* ??? Need to find a GCC header to put these in. */
extern int pexecute PROTO ((const char *, char * const *, const char *,
const char *, char **, char **, int));
extern int pwait PROTO ((int, int *, int));
/* Flag arguments to pexecute. */
#define PEXECUTE_FIRST 1
#define PEXECUTE_LAST 2
#define PEXECUTE_SEARCH 4
#define PEXECUTE_VERBOSE 8
#ifndef WIFSIGNALED
#define WIFSIGNALED(S) (((S) & 0xff) != 0 && ((S) & 0xff) != 0x7f)
#endif
#ifndef WTERMSIG
#define WTERMSIG(S) ((S) & 0x7f)
#endif
#ifndef WIFEXITED
#define WIFEXITED(S) (((S) & 0xff) == 0)
#endif
#ifndef WEXITSTATUS
#define WEXITSTATUS(S) (((S) & 0xff00) >> 8)
#endif
#ifdef VMS
#define exit __posix_exit
#endif
/* Define O_RDONLY if the system hasn't defined it for us. */
#ifndef O_RDONLY
#define O_RDONLY 0
#endif
#ifdef USG
#define vfork fork
#endif /* USG */
/* Test if something is a normal file. */
#ifndef S_ISREG
#define S_ISREG(m) (((m) & S_IFMT) == S_IFREG)
#endif
/* Test if something is a directory. */
#ifndef S_ISDIR
#define S_ISDIR(m) (((m) & S_IFMT) == S_IFDIR)
#endif
/* By default there is no special suffix for executables. */
#ifdef EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX
#define HAVE_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX
#else
#define EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX ""
#endif
/* By default, the suffix for object files is ".o". */
#ifdef OBJECT_SUFFIX
#define HAVE_OBJECT_SUFFIX
#else
#define OBJECT_SUFFIX ".o"
#endif
/* By default, colon separates directories in a path. */
#ifndef PATH_SEPARATOR
#define PATH_SEPARATOR ':'
#endif
#ifndef DIR_SEPARATOR
#define DIR_SEPARATOR '/'
#endif
static char dir_separator_str[] = {DIR_SEPARATOR, 0};
#define obstack_chunk_alloc xmalloc
#define obstack_chunk_free free
extern void free ();
extern char *getenv ();
extern char *choose_temp_base PROTO((void));
#ifndef errno
extern int errno;
#endif
#ifndef HAVE_STRERROR
extern int sys_nerr;
#if defined(bsd4_4)
extern const char *const sys_errlist[];
#else
extern char *sys_errlist[];
#endif
#else
extern char *strerror();
#endif
/* If a stage of compilation returns an exit status >= 1,
compilation of that file ceases. */
#define MIN_FATAL_STATUS 1
/* Flag saying to print the directories gcc will search through looking for
programs, libraries, etc. */
static int print_search_dirs;
/* Flag saying to print the full filename of this file
as found through our usual search mechanism. */
static char *print_file_name = NULL;
/* As print_file_name, but search for executable file. */
static char *print_prog_name = NULL;
/* Flag saying to print the relative path we'd use to
find libgcc.a given the current compiler flags. */
static int print_multi_directory;
/* Flag saying to print the list of subdirectories and
compiler flags used to select them in a standard form. */
static int print_multi_lib;
/* Flag indicating whether we should print the command and arguments */
static int verbose_flag;
/* Nonzero means write "temp" files in source directory
and use the source file's name in them, and don't delete them. */
static int save_temps_flag;
/* The compiler version. */
static char *compiler_version;
/* The target version specified with -V */
static char *spec_version = DEFAULT_TARGET_VERSION;
/* The target machine specified with -b. */
static char *spec_machine = DEFAULT_TARGET_MACHINE;
/* Nonzero if cross-compiling.
When -b is used, the value comes from the `specs' file. */
#ifdef CROSS_COMPILE
static char *cross_compile = "1";
#else
static char *cross_compile = "0";
#endif
/* The number of errors that have occurred; the link phase will not be
run if this is non-zero. */
static int error_count = 0;
/* This is the obstack which we use to allocate many strings. */
static struct obstack obstack;
/* This is the obstack to build an environment variable to pass to
collect2 that describes all of the relevant switches of what to
pass the compiler in building the list of pointers to constructors
and destructors. */
static struct obstack collect_obstack;
extern char *version_string;
/* Forward declaration for prototypes. */
struct path_prefix;
static void init_spec PROTO((void));
static void read_specs PROTO((char *, int));
static void set_spec PROTO((char *, char *));
static struct compiler *lookup_compiler PROTO((char *, int, char *));
static char *build_search_list PROTO((struct path_prefix *, char *, int));
static void putenv_from_prefixes PROTO((struct path_prefix *, char *));
static char *find_a_file PROTO((struct path_prefix *, char *, int));
static void add_prefix PROTO((struct path_prefix *, char *, int, int, int *));
static char *skip_whitespace PROTO((char *));
static void record_temp_file PROTO((char *, int, int));
static void delete_if_ordinary PROTO((char *));
static void delete_temp_files PROTO((void));
static void delete_failure_queue PROTO((void));
static void clear_failure_queue PROTO((void));
static int check_live_switch PROTO((int, int));
static char *handle_braces PROTO((char *));
static char *save_string PROTO((char *, int));
static char *concat PVPROTO((char *, ...));
static int do_spec PROTO((char *));
static int do_spec_1 PROTO((char *, int, char *));
static char *find_file PROTO((char *));
static int is_directory PROTO((char *, char *, int));
static void validate_switches PROTO((char *));
static void validate_all_switches PROTO((void));
static void give_switch PROTO((int, int, int));
static int used_arg PROTO((char *, int));
static int default_arg PROTO((char *, int));
static void set_multilib_dir PROTO((void));
static void print_multilib_info PROTO((void));
static void pfatal_with_name PROTO((char *));
static void perror_with_name PROTO((char *));
static void pfatal_pexecute PROTO((char *, char *));
#ifdef HAVE_VPRINTF
static void fatal PVPROTO((char *, ...));
static void error PVPROTO((char *, ...));
#else
/* We must not provide any prototype here, even if ANSI C. */
static void fatal PROTO(());
static void error PROTO(());
#endif
void fancy_abort ();
char *xmalloc ();
char *xrealloc ();
/* Specs are strings containing lines, each of which (if not blank)
is made up of a program name, and arguments separated by spaces.
The program name must be exact and start from root, since no path
is searched and it is unreliable to depend on the current working directory.
Redirection of input or output is not supported; the subprograms must
accept filenames saying what files to read and write.
In addition, the specs can contain %-sequences to substitute variable text
or for conditional text. Here is a table of all defined %-sequences.
Note that spaces are not generated automatically around the results of
expanding these sequences; therefore, you can concatenate them together
or with constant text in a single argument.
%% substitute one % into the program name or argument.
%i substitute the name of the input file being processed.
%b substitute the basename of the input file being processed.
This is the substring up to (and not including) the last period
and not including the directory.
%g substitute the temporary-file-name-base. This is a string chosen
once per compilation. Different temporary file names are made by
concatenation of constant strings on the end, as in `%g.s'.
%g also has the same effect of %d.
%u like %g, but make the temporary file name unique.
%U returns the last file name generated with %u.
%d marks the argument containing or following the %d as a
temporary file name, so that that file will be deleted if CC exits
successfully. Unlike %g, this contributes no text to the argument.
%w marks the argument containing or following the %w as the
"output file" of this compilation. This puts the argument
into the sequence of arguments that %o will substitute later.
%W{...}
like %{...} but mark last argument supplied within
as a file to be deleted on failure.
%o substitutes the names of all the output files, with spaces
automatically placed around them. You should write spaces
around the %o as well or the results are undefined.
%o is for use in the specs for running the linker.
Input files whose names have no recognized suffix are not compiled
at all, but they are included among the output files, so they will
be linked.
%O substitutes the suffix for object files.
%p substitutes the standard macro predefinitions for the
current target machine. Use this when running cpp.
%P like %p, but puts `__' before and after the name of each macro.
(Except macros that already have __.)
This is for ANSI C.
%I Substitute a -iprefix option made from GCC_EXEC_PREFIX.
%s current argument is the name of a library or startup file of some sort.
Search for that file in a standard list of directories
and substitute the full name found.
%eSTR Print STR as an error message. STR is terminated by a newline.
Use this when inconsistent options are detected.
%x{OPTION} Accumulate an option for %X.
%X Output the accumulated linker options specified by compilations.
%Y Output the accumulated assembler options specified by compilations.
%Z Output the accumulated preprocessor options specified by compilations.
%v1 Substitute the major version number of GCC.
(For version 2.5.n, this is 2.)
%v2 Substitute the minor version number of GCC.
(For version 2.5.n, this is 5.)
%a process ASM_SPEC as a spec.
This allows config.h to specify part of the spec for running as.
%A process ASM_FINAL_SPEC as a spec. A capital A is actually
used here. This can be used to run a post-processor after the
assembler has done it's job.
%D Dump out a -L option for each directory in startfile_prefixes.
If multilib_dir is set, extra entries are generated with it affixed.
%l process LINK_SPEC as a spec.
%L process LIB_SPEC as a spec.
%G process LIBGCC_SPEC as a spec.
%S process STARTFILE_SPEC as a spec. A capital S is actually used here.
%E process ENDFILE_SPEC as a spec. A capital E is actually used here.
%c process SIGNED_CHAR_SPEC as a spec.
%C process CPP_SPEC as a spec. A capital C is actually used here.
%1 process CC1_SPEC as a spec.
%2 process CC1PLUS_SPEC as a spec.
%| output "-" if the input for the current command is coming from a pipe.
%* substitute the variable part of a matched option. (See below.)
Note that each comma in the substituted string is replaced by
a single space.
%{S} substitutes the -S switch, if that switch was given to CC.
If that switch was not specified, this substitutes nothing.
Here S is a metasyntactic variable.
%{S*} substitutes all the switches specified to CC whose names start
with -S. This is used for -o, -D, -I, etc; switches that take
arguments. CC considers `-o foo' as being one switch whose
name starts with `o'. %{o*} would substitute this text,
including the space; thus, two arguments would be generated.
%{^S*} likewise, but don't put a blank between a switch and any args.
%{S*:X} substitutes X if one or more switches whose names start with -S are
specified to CC. Note that the tail part of the -S option
(i.e. the part matched by the `*') will be substituted for each
occurrence of %* within X.
%{S:X} substitutes X, but only if the -S switch was given to CC.
%{!S:X} substitutes X, but only if the -S switch was NOT given to CC.
%{|S:X} like %{S:X}, but if no S switch, substitute `-'.
%{|!S:X} like %{!S:X}, but if there is an S switch, substitute `-'.
%{.S:X} substitutes X, but only if processing a file with suffix S.
%{!.S:X} substitutes X, but only if NOT processing a file with suffix S.
%(Spec) processes a specification defined in a specs file as *Spec:
%[Spec] as above, but put __ around -D arguments
The conditional text X in a %{S:X} or %{!S:X} construct may contain
other nested % constructs or spaces, or even newlines. They are
processed as usual, as described above.
The -O, -f, -m, and -W switches are handled specifically in these
constructs. If another value of -O or the negated form of a -f, -m, or
-W switch is found later in the command line, the earlier switch
value is ignored, except with {S*} where S is just one letter; this
passes all matching options.
The character | is used to indicate that a command should be piped to
the following command, but only if -pipe is specified.
Note that it is built into CC which switches take arguments and which
do not. You might think it would be useful to generalize this to
allow each compiler's spec to say which switches take arguments. But
this cannot be done in a consistent fashion. CC cannot even decide
which input files have been specified without knowing which switches
take arguments, and it must know which input files to compile in order
to tell which compilers to run.
CC also knows implicitly that arguments starting in `-l' are to be
treated as compiler output files, and passed to the linker in their
proper position among the other output files. */
/* Define the macros used for specs %a, %l, %L, %S, %c, %C, %1. */
/* config.h can define ASM_SPEC to provide extra args to the assembler
or extra switch-translations. */
#ifndef ASM_SPEC
#define ASM_SPEC ""
#endif
/* config.h can define ASM_FINAL_SPEC to run a post processor after
the assembler has run. */
#ifndef ASM_FINAL_SPEC
#define ASM_FINAL_SPEC ""
#endif
/* config.h can define CPP_SPEC to provide extra args to the C preprocessor
or extra switch-translations. */
#ifndef CPP_SPEC
#define CPP_SPEC ""
#endif
/* config.h can define CC1_SPEC to provide extra args to cc1 and cc1plus
or extra switch-translations. */
#ifndef CC1_SPEC
#define CC1_SPEC ""
#endif
/* config.h can define CC1PLUS_SPEC to provide extra args to cc1plus
or extra switch-translations. */
#ifndef CC1PLUS_SPEC
#define CC1PLUS_SPEC ""
#endif
/* config.h can define LINK_SPEC to provide extra args to the linker
or extra switch-translations. */
#ifndef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC ""
#endif
/* config.h can define LIB_SPEC to override the default libraries. */
#ifndef LIB_SPEC
#define LIB_SPEC "%{!shared:%{g*:-lg} %{!p:%{!pg:-lc}}%{p:-lc_p}%{pg:-lc_p}}"
#endif
/* config.h can define LIBGCC_SPEC to override how and when libgcc.a is
included. */
#ifndef LIBGCC_SPEC
#if defined(LINK_LIBGCC_SPECIAL) || defined(LINK_LIBGCC_SPECIAL_1)
/* Have gcc do the search for libgcc.a. */
#define LIBGCC_SPEC "libgcc.a%s"
#else
#define LIBGCC_SPEC "-lgcc"
#endif
#endif
/* config.h can define STARTFILE_SPEC to override the default crt0 files. */
#ifndef STARTFILE_SPEC
#define STARTFILE_SPEC \
"%{!shared:%{pg:gcrt0%O%s}%{!pg:%{p:mcrt0%O%s}%{!p:crt0%O%s}}}"
#endif
/* config.h can define SWITCHES_NEED_SPACES to control which options
require spaces between the option and the argument. */
#ifndef SWITCHES_NEED_SPACES
#define SWITCHES_NEED_SPACES ""
#endif
/* config.h can define ENDFILE_SPEC to override the default crtn files. */
#ifndef ENDFILE_SPEC
#define ENDFILE_SPEC ""
#endif
/* This spec is used for telling cpp whether char is signed or not. */
#ifndef SIGNED_CHAR_SPEC
/* Use #if rather than ?:
because MIPS C compiler rejects like ?: in initializers. */
#if DEFAULT_SIGNED_CHAR
#define SIGNED_CHAR_SPEC "%{funsigned-char:-D__CHAR_UNSIGNED__}"
#else
#define SIGNED_CHAR_SPEC "%{!fsigned-char:-D__CHAR_UNSIGNED__}"
#endif
#endif
static char *cpp_spec = CPP_SPEC;
static char *cpp_predefines = CPP_PREDEFINES;
static char *cc1_spec = CC1_SPEC;
static char *cc1plus_spec = CC1PLUS_SPEC;
static char *signed_char_spec = SIGNED_CHAR_SPEC;
static char *asm_spec = ASM_SPEC;
static char *asm_final_spec = ASM_FINAL_SPEC;
static char *link_spec = LINK_SPEC;
static char *lib_spec = LIB_SPEC;
static char *libgcc_spec = LIBGCC_SPEC;
static char *endfile_spec = ENDFILE_SPEC;
static char *startfile_spec = STARTFILE_SPEC;
static char *switches_need_spaces = SWITCHES_NEED_SPACES;
/* Some compilers have limits on line lengths, and the multilib_select
and/or multilib_matches strings can be very long, so we build them at
run time. */
static struct obstack multilib_obstack;
static char *multilib_select;
static char *multilib_matches;
static char *multilib_defaults;
#include "multilib.h"
/* Check whether a particular argument is a default argument. */
#ifndef MULTILIB_DEFAULTS
#define MULTILIB_DEFAULTS { "" }
#endif
static char *multilib_defaults_raw[] = MULTILIB_DEFAULTS;
struct user_specs {
struct user_specs *next;
char *filename;
};
static struct user_specs *user_specs_head, *user_specs_tail;
/* This defines which switch letters take arguments. */
#define DEFAULT_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG(CHAR) \
((CHAR) == 'D' || (CHAR) == 'U' || (CHAR) == 'o' \
|| (CHAR) == 'e' || (CHAR) == 'T' || (CHAR) == 'u' \
|| (CHAR) == 'I' || (CHAR) == 'm' || (CHAR) == 'x' \
|| (CHAR) == 'L' || (CHAR) == 'A')
#ifndef SWITCH_TAKES_ARG
#define SWITCH_TAKES_ARG(CHAR) DEFAULT_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG(CHAR)
#endif
/* This defines which multi-letter switches take arguments. */
#define DEFAULT_WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG(STR) \
(!strcmp (STR, "Tdata") || !strcmp (STR, "Ttext") \
|| !strcmp (STR, "Tbss") || !strcmp (STR, "include") \
|| !strcmp (STR, "imacros") || !strcmp (STR, "aux-info") \
|| !strcmp (STR, "idirafter") || !strcmp (STR, "iprefix") \
|| !strcmp (STR, "iwithprefix") || !strcmp (STR, "iwithprefixbefore") \
|| !strcmp (STR, "isystem") || !strcmp (STR, "specs"))
#ifndef WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG
#define WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG(STR) DEFAULT_WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (STR)
#endif
/* Record the mapping from file suffixes for compilation specs. */
struct compiler
{
char *suffix; /* Use this compiler for input files
whose names end in this suffix. */
char *spec[4]; /* To use this compiler, concatenate these
specs and pass to do_spec. */
};
/* Pointer to a vector of `struct compiler' that gives the spec for
compiling a file, based on its suffix.
A file that does not end in any of these suffixes will be passed
unchanged to the loader and nothing else will be done to it.
An entry containing two 0s is used to terminate the vector.
If multiple entries match a file, the last matching one is used. */
static struct compiler *compilers;
/* Number of entries in `compilers', not counting the null terminator. */
static int n_compilers;
/* The default list of file name suffixes and their compilation specs. */
static struct compiler default_compilers[] =
{
/* Add lists of suffixes of known languages here. If those languages
were no present when we built the driver, we will hit these copies
and given a more meaningful error than "file not used since
linking is not done". */
{".cc", "#C++"}, {".cxx", "#C++"}, {".cpp", "#C++"}, {".c++", "#C++"},
{".C", "#C++"}, {".ads", "#Ada"}, {".adb", "#Ada"}, {".ada", "#Ada"},
{".f", "#Fortran"}, {".for", "#Fortran"}, {".F", "#Fortran"},
{".fpp", "#Fortran"},
/* Next come the entries for C. */
{".c", "@c"},
{"@c",
"cpp -lang-c%{ansi:89} %{nostdinc*} %{C} %{v} %{A*} %{I*} %{P} %I\
%{C:%{!E:%eGNU C does not support -C without using -E}}\
%{M} %{MM} %{MD:-MD %b.d} %{MMD:-MMD %b.d} %{MG}\
-undef -D__GNUC__=%v1 -D__GNUC_MINOR__=%v2\
%{ansi:-trigraphs -D__STRICT_ANSI__}\
%{!undef:%{!ansi:%p} %P} %{trigraphs} \
%c %{O*:%{!O0:-D__OPTIMIZE__}} %{traditional} %{ftraditional:-traditional}\
%{traditional-cpp:-traditional}\
%{g*} %{W*} %{w} %{pedantic*} %{H} %{d*} %C %{D*} %{U*} %{i*} %Z\
%i %{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:%{!pipe:%g.i}}}}%{E:%W{o*}}%{M:%W{o*}}%{MM:%W{o*}} |\n",
"%{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:cc1 %{!pipe:%g.i} %1 \
%{!Q:-quiet} -dumpbase %b.c %{d*} %{m*} %{a*}\
%{g*} %{O*} %{W*} %{w} %{pedantic*} %{ansi} \
%{traditional} %{v:-version} %{pg:-p} %{p} %{f*}\
%{aux-info*}\
%{pg:%{fomit-frame-pointer:%e-pg and -fomit-frame-pointer are incompatible}}\
%{S:%W{o*}%{!o*:-o %b.s}}%{!S:-o %{|!pipe:%g.s}} |\n\
%{!S:as %a %Y\
%{c:%W{o*}%{!o*:-o %w%b%O}}%{!c:-o %d%w%u%O}\
%{!pipe:%g.s} %A\n }}}}"},
{"-",
"%{E:cpp -lang-c%{ansi:89} %{nostdinc*} %{C} %{v} %{A*} %{I*} %{P} %I\
%{C:%{!E:%eGNU C does not support -C without using -E}}\
%{M} %{MM} %{MD:-MD %b.d} %{MMD:-MMD %b.d} %{MG}\
-undef -D__GNUC__=%v1 -D__GNUC_MINOR__=%v2\
%{ansi:-trigraphs -D__STRICT_ANSI__}\
%{!undef:%{!ansi:%p} %P} %{trigraphs}\
%c %{O*:%{!O0:-D__OPTIMIZE__}} %{traditional} %{ftraditional:-traditional}\
%{traditional-cpp:-traditional}\
%{g*} %{W*} %{w} %{pedantic*} %{H} %{d*} %C %{D*} %{U*} %{i*} %Z\
%i %W{o*}}\
%{!E:%e-E required when input is from standard input}"},
{".m", "@objective-c"},
{"@objective-c",
"cpp -lang-objc %{nostdinc*} %{C} %{v} %{A*} %{I*} %{P} %I\
%{C:%{!E:%eGNU C does not support -C without using -E}}\
%{M} %{MM} %{MD:-MD %b.d} %{MMD:-MMD %b.d} %{MG}\
-undef -D__OBJC__ -D__GNUC__=%v1 -D__GNUC_MINOR__=%v2\
%{ansi:-trigraphs -D__STRICT_ANSI__}\
%{!undef:%{!ansi:%p} %P} %{trigraphs}\
%c %{O*:%{!O0:-D__OPTIMIZE__}} %{traditional} %{ftraditional:-traditional}\
%{traditional-cpp:-traditional}\
%{g*} %{W*} %{w} %{pedantic*} %{H} %{d*} %C %{D*} %{U*} %{i*} %Z\
%i %{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:%{!pipe:%g.i}}}}%{E:%W{o*}}%{M:%W{o*}}%{MM:%W{o*}} |\n",
"%{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:cc1obj %{!pipe:%g.i} %1 \
%{!Q:-quiet} -dumpbase %b.m %{d*} %{m*} %{a*}\
%{g*} %{O*} %{W*} %{w} %{pedantic*} %{ansi} \
%{traditional} %{v:-version} %{pg:-p} %{p} %{f*} \
-lang-objc %{gen-decls} \
%{aux-info*}\
%{pg:%{fomit-frame-pointer:%e-pg and -fomit-frame-pointer are incompatible}}\
%{S:%W{o*}%{!o*:-o %b.s}}%{!S:-o %{|!pipe:%g.s}} |\n\
%{!S:as %a %Y\
%{c:%W{o*}%{!o*:-o %w%b%O}}%{!c:-o %d%w%u%O}\
%{!pipe:%g.s} %A\n }}}}"},
{".h", "@c-header"},
{"@c-header",
"%{!E:%eCompilation of header file requested} \
cpp %{nostdinc*} %{C} %{v} %{A*} %{I*} %{P} %I\
%{C:%{!E:%eGNU C does not support -C without using -E}}\
%{M} %{MM} %{MD:-MD %b.d} %{MMD:-MMD %b.d} %{MG}\
-undef -D__GNUC__=%v1 -D__GNUC_MINOR__=%v2\
%{ansi:-trigraphs -D__STRICT_ANSI__}\
%{!undef:%{!ansi:%p} %P} %{trigraphs}\
%c %{O*:%{!O0:-D__OPTIMIZE__}} %{traditional} %{ftraditional:-traditional}\
%{traditional-cpp:-traditional}\
%{g*} %{W*} %{w} %{pedantic*} %{H} %{d*} %C %{D*} %{U*} %{i*} %Z\
%i %W{o*}"},
{".i", "@cpp-output"},
{"@cpp-output",
"%{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:cc1 %i %1 %{!Q:-quiet} %{d*} %{m*} %{a*}\
%{g*} %{O*} %{W*} %{w} %{pedantic*} %{ansi}\
%{traditional} %{v:-version} %{pg:-p} %{p} %{f*}\
%{aux-info*}\
%{pg:%{fomit-frame-pointer:%e-pg and -fomit-frame-pointer are incompatible}}\
%{S:%W{o*}%{!o*:-o %b.s}}%{!S:-o %{|!pipe:%g.s}} |\n\
%{!S:as %a %Y\
%{c:%W{o*}%{!o*:-o %w%b%O}}%{!c:-o %d%w%u%O}\
%{!pipe:%g.s} %A\n }}}}"},
{".s", "@assembler"},
{"@assembler",
"%{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:%{!S:as %a %Y\
%{c:%W{o*}%{!o*:-o %w%b%O}}%{!c:-o %d%w%u%O}\
%i %A\n }}}}"},
{".S", "@assembler-with-cpp"},
{"@assembler-with-cpp",
"cpp -lang-asm %{nostdinc*} %{C} %{v} %{A*} %{I*} %{P} %I\
%{C:%{!E:%eGNU C does not support -C without using -E}}\
%{M} %{MM} %{MD:-MD %b.d} %{MMD:-MMD %b.d} %{MG} %{trigraphs}\
-undef -$ %{!undef:%p %P} -D__ASSEMBLER__ \
%c %{O*:%{!O0:-D__OPTIMIZE__}} %{traditional} %{ftraditional:-traditional}\
%{traditional-cpp:-traditional}\
%{g*} %{W*} %{w} %{pedantic*} %{H} %{d*} %C %{D*} %{U*} %{i*} %Z\
%i %{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:%{!pipe:%g.s}}}}%{E:%W{o*}}%{M:%W{o*}}%{MM:%W{o*}} |\n",
"%{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:%{!S:as %a %Y\
%{c:%W{o*}%{!o*:-o %w%b%O}}%{!c:-o %d%w%u%O}\
%{!pipe:%g.s} %A\n }}}}"},
#include "specs.h"
/* Mark end of table */
{0, 0}
};
/* Number of elements in default_compilers, not counting the terminator. */
static int n_default_compilers
= (sizeof default_compilers / sizeof (struct compiler)) - 1;
/* Here is the spec for running the linker, after compiling all files. */
/* -u* was put back because both BSD and SysV seem to support it. */
/* %{static:} simply prevents an error message if the target machine
doesn't handle -static. */
/* We want %{T*} after %{L*} and %D so that it can be used to specify linker
scripts which exist in user specified directories, or in standard
directories. */
#ifdef LINK_LIBGCC_SPECIAL
/* Don't generate -L options. */
static char *link_command_spec = "\
%{!fsyntax-only: \
%{!c:%{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:%{!S:ld %l %X %{o*} %{A} %{d} %{e*} %{m} %{N} %{n} \
%{r} %{s} %{t} %{u*} %{x} %{z} %{Z}\
%{!A:%{!nostdlib:%{!nostartfiles:%S}}}\
%{static:} %{L*} %o\
%{!nostdlib:%{!nodefaultlibs:%G %L %G}}\
%{!A:%{!nostdlib:%{!nostartfiles:%E}}}\
%{T*}\
\n }}}}}}";
#else
/* Use -L. */
static char *link_command_spec = "\
%{!fsyntax-only: \
%{!c:%{!M:%{!MM:%{!E:%{!S:ld %l %X %{o*} %{A} %{d} %{e*} %{m} %{N} %{n} \
%{r} %{s} %{t} %{u*} %{x} %{z} %{Z}\
%{!A:%{!nostdlib:%{!nostartfiles:%S}}}\
%{static:} %{L*} %D %o\
%{!nostdlib:%{!nodefaultlibs:%G %L %G}}\
%{!A:%{!nostdlib:%{!nostartfiles:%E}}}\
%{T*}\
\n }}}}}}";
#endif
/* A vector of options to give to the linker.
These options are accumulated by %x,
and substituted into the linker command with %X. */
static int n_linker_options;
static char **linker_options;
/* A vector of options to give to the assembler.
These options are accumulated by -Wa,
and substituted into the assembler command with %Y. */
static int n_assembler_options;
static char **assembler_options;
/* A vector of options to give to the preprocessor.
These options are accumulated by -Wp,
and substituted into the preprocessor command with %Z. */
static int n_preprocessor_options;
static char **preprocessor_options;
/* Define how to map long options into short ones. */
/* This structure describes one mapping. */
struct option_map
{
/* The long option's name. */
char *name;
/* The equivalent short option. */
char *equivalent;
/* Argument info. A string of flag chars; NULL equals no options.
a => argument required.
o => argument optional.
j => join argument to equivalent, making one word.
* => require other text after NAME as an argument. */
char *arg_info;
};
/* This is the table of mappings. Mappings are tried sequentially
for each option encountered; the first one that matches, wins. */
struct option_map option_map[] =
{
{"--all-warnings", "-Wall", 0},
{"--ansi", "-ansi", 0},
{"--assemble", "-S", 0},
{"--assert", "-A", "a"},
{"--comments", "-C", 0},
{"--compile", "-c", 0},
{"--debug", "-g", "oj"},
{"--define-macro", "-D", "aj"},
{"--dependencies", "-M", 0},
{"--dump", "-d", "a"},
{"--dumpbase", "-dumpbase", "a"},
{"--entry", "-e", 0},
{"--extra-warnings", "-W", 0},
{"--for-assembler", "-Wa", "a"},
{"--for-linker", "-Xlinker", "a"},
{"--force-link", "-u", "a"},
{"--imacros", "-imacros", "a"},
{"--include", "-include", "a"},
{"--include-barrier", "-I-", 0},
{"--include-directory", "-I", "aj"},
{"--include-directory-after", "-idirafter", "a"},
{"--include-prefix", "-iprefix", "a"},
{"--include-with-prefix", "-iwithprefix", "a"},
{"--include-with-prefix-before", "-iwithprefixbefore", "a"},
{"--include-with-prefix-after", "-iwithprefix", "a"},
{"--language", "-x", "a"},
{"--library-directory", "-L", "a"},
{"--machine", "-m", "aj"},
{"--machine-", "-m", "*j"},
{"--no-line-commands", "-P", 0},
{"--no-precompiled-includes", "-noprecomp", 0},
{"--no-standard-includes", "-nostdinc", 0},
{"--no-standard-libraries", "-nostdlib", 0},
{"--no-warnings", "-w", 0},
{"--optimize", "-O", "oj"},
{"--output", "-o", "a"},
{"--pedantic", "-pedantic", 0},
{"--pedantic-errors", "-pedantic-errors", 0},
{"--pipe", "-pipe", 0},
{"--prefix", "-B", "a"},
{"--preprocess", "-E", 0},
{"--print-search-dirs", "-print-search-dirs", 0},
{"--print-file-name", "-print-file-name=", "aj"},
{"--print-libgcc-file-name", "-print-libgcc-file-name", 0},
{"--print-missing-file-dependencies", "-MG", 0},
{"--print-multi-lib", "-print-multi-lib", 0},
{"--print-multi-directory", "-print-multi-directory", 0},
{"--print-prog-name", "-print-prog-name=", "aj"},
{"--profile", "-p", 0},
{"--profile-blocks", "-a", 0},
{"--quiet", "-q", 0},
{"--save-temps", "-save-temps", 0},
{"--shared", "-shared", 0},
{"--silent", "-q", 0},
{"--specs", "-specs=", "aj"},
{"--static", "-static", 0},
{"--symbolic", "-symbolic", 0},
{"--target", "-b", "a"},
{"--trace-includes", "-H", 0},
{"--traditional", "-traditional", 0},
{"--traditional-cpp", "-traditional-cpp", 0},
{"--trigraphs", "-trigraphs", 0},
{"--undefine-macro", "-U", "aj"},
{"--use-version", "-V", "a"},
{"--user-dependencies", "-MM", 0},
{"--verbose", "-v", 0},
{"--version", "-dumpversion", 0},
{"--warn-", "-W", "*j"},
{"--write-dependencies", "-MD", 0},
{"--write-user-dependencies", "-MMD", 0},
{"--", "-f", "*j"}
};
/* Translate the options described by *ARGCP and *ARGVP.
Make a new vector and store it back in *ARGVP,
and store its length in *ARGVC. */
static void
translate_options (argcp, argvp)
int *argcp;
char ***argvp;
{
int i, j, k;
int argc = *argcp;
char **argv = *argvp;
char **newv = (char **) xmalloc ((argc + 2) * 2 * sizeof (char *));
int newindex = 0;
i = 0;
newv[newindex++] = argv[i++];
while (i < argc)
{
/* Translate -- options. */
if (argv[i][0] == '-' && argv[i][1] == '-')
{
/* Find a mapping that applies to this option. */
for (j = 0; j < sizeof (option_map) / sizeof (option_map[0]); j++)
{
int optlen = strlen (option_map[j].name);
int arglen = strlen (argv[i]);
int complen = arglen > optlen ? optlen : arglen;
char *arginfo = option_map[j].arg_info;
if (arginfo == 0)
arginfo = "";
if (!strncmp (argv[i], option_map[j].name, complen))
{
char *arg = 0;
if (arglen < optlen)
{
for (k = j + 1;
k < sizeof (option_map) / sizeof (option_map[0]);
k++)
if (strlen (option_map[k].name) >= arglen
&& !strncmp (argv[i], option_map[k].name, arglen))
{
error ("Ambiguous abbreviation %s", argv[i]);
break;
}
if (k != sizeof (option_map) / sizeof (option_map[0]))
break;
}
if (arglen > optlen)
{
/* If the option has an argument, accept that. */
if (argv[i][optlen] == '=')
arg = argv[i] + optlen + 1;
/* If this mapping requires extra text at end of name,
accept that as "argument". */
else if (index (arginfo, '*') != 0)
arg = argv[i] + optlen;
/* Otherwise, extra text at end means mismatch.
Try other mappings. */
else
continue;
}
else if (index (arginfo, '*') != 0)
{
error ("Incomplete `%s' option", option_map[j].name);
break;
}
/* Handle arguments. */
if (index (arginfo, 'a') != 0)
{
if (arg == 0)
{
if (i + 1 == argc)
{
error ("Missing argument to `%s' option",
option_map[j].name);
break;
}
arg = argv[++i];
}
}
else if (index (arginfo, '*') != 0)
;
else if (index (arginfo, 'o') == 0)
{
if (arg != 0)
error ("Extraneous argument to `%s' option",
option_map[j].name);
arg = 0;
}
/* Store the translation as one argv elt or as two. */
if (arg != 0 && index (arginfo, 'j') != 0)
newv[newindex++] = concat (option_map[j].equivalent, arg,
NULL_PTR);
else if (arg != 0)
{
newv[newindex++] = option_map[j].equivalent;
newv[newindex++] = arg;
}
else
newv[newindex++] = option_map[j].equivalent;
break;
}
}
i++;
}
/* Handle old-fashioned options--just copy them through,
with their arguments. */
else if (argv[i][0] == '-')
{
char *p = argv[i] + 1;
int c = *p;
int nskip = 1;
if (SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (c) > (p[1] != 0))
nskip += SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (c) - (p[1] != 0);
else if (WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (p))
nskip += WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (p);
else if ((c == 'B' || c == 'b' || c == 'V' || c == 'x')
&& p[1] == 0)
nskip += 1;
else if (! strcmp (p, "Xlinker"))
nskip += 1;
/* Watch out for an option at the end of the command line that
is missing arguments, and avoid skipping past the end of the
command line. */
if (nskip + i > argc)
nskip = argc - i;
while (nskip > 0)
{
newv[newindex++] = argv[i++];
nskip--;
}
}
else
/* Ordinary operands, or +e options. */
newv[newindex++] = argv[i++];
}
newv[newindex] = 0;
*argvp = newv;
*argcp = newindex;
}
char *
my_strerror(e)
int e;
{
#ifdef HAVE_STRERROR
return strerror(e);
#else
static char buffer[30];
if (!e)
return "cannot access";
if (e > 0 && e < sys_nerr)
return sys_errlist[e];
sprintf (buffer, "Unknown error %d", e);
return buffer;
#endif
}
static char *
skip_whitespace (p)
char *p;
{
while (1)
{
/* A fully-blank line is a delimiter in the SPEC file and shouldn't
be considered whitespace. */
if (p[0] == '\n' && p[1] == '\n' && p[2] == '\n')
return p + 1;
else if (*p == '\n' || *p == ' ' || *p == '\t')
p++;
else if (*p == '#')
{
while (*p != '\n') p++;
p++;
}
else
break;
}
return p;
}
/* Structure to keep track of the specs that have been defined so far.
These are accessed using %(specname) or %[specname] in a compiler
or link spec. */
struct spec_list
{
/* The following 2 fields must be first */
/* to allow EXTRA_SPECS to be initialized */
char *name; /* name of the spec. */
char *ptr; /* available ptr if no static pointer */
/* The following fields are not initialized */
/* by EXTRA_SPECS */
char **ptr_spec; /* pointer to the spec itself. */
struct spec_list *next; /* Next spec in linked list. */
int name_len; /* length of the name */
int alloc_p; /* whether string was allocated */
};
#define INIT_STATIC_SPEC(NAME,PTR) \
{ NAME, NULL_PTR, PTR, (struct spec_list *)0, sizeof (NAME)-1, 0 }
/* List of statically defined specs */
static struct spec_list static_specs[] = {
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("asm", &asm_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("asm_final", &asm_final_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("cpp", &cpp_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("cc1", &cc1_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("cc1plus", &cc1plus_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("endfile", &endfile_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("link", &link_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("lib", &lib_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("libgcc", &libgcc_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("startfile", &startfile_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("switches_need_spaces", &switches_need_spaces),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("signed_char", &signed_char_spec),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("predefines", &cpp_predefines),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("cross_compile", &cross_compile),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("version", &compiler_version),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("multilib", &multilib_select),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("multilib_defaults", &multilib_defaults),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("multilib_extra", &multilib_extra),
INIT_STATIC_SPEC ("multilib_matches", &multilib_matches),
};
#ifdef EXTRA_SPECS /* additional specs needed */
static struct spec_list extra_specs[] = { EXTRA_SPECS };
#endif
/* List of dynamically allocates specs that have been defined so far. */
static struct spec_list *specs = (struct spec_list *)0;
/* Initialize the specs lookup routines. */
static void
init_spec ()
{
struct spec_list *next = (struct spec_list *)0;
struct spec_list *sl = (struct spec_list *)0;
int i;
if (specs)
return; /* already initialized */
if (verbose_flag)
fprintf (stderr, "Using builtin specs.\n");
#ifdef EXTRA_SPECS
for (i = (sizeof (extra_specs) / sizeof (extra_specs[0])) - 1; i >= 0; i--)
{
sl = &extra_specs[i];
sl->next = next;
sl->name_len = strlen (sl->name);
sl->ptr_spec = &sl->ptr;
next = sl;
}
#endif
for (i = (sizeof (static_specs) / sizeof (static_specs[0])) - 1; i >= 0; i--)
{
sl = &static_specs[i];
sl->next = next;
next = sl;
}
specs = sl;
}
/* Change the value of spec NAME to SPEC. If SPEC is empty, then the spec is
removed; If the spec starts with a + then SPEC is added to the end of the
current spec. */
static void
set_spec (name, spec)
char *name;
char *spec;
{
struct spec_list *sl;
char *old_spec;
int name_len = strlen (name);
int i;
/* If this is the first call, initialize the statically allocated specs */
if (!specs)
{
struct spec_list *next = (struct spec_list *)0;
for (i = (sizeof (static_specs) / sizeof (static_specs[0])) - 1; i >= 0; i--)
{
sl = &static_specs[i];
sl->next = next;
next = sl;
}
specs = sl;
}
/* See if the spec already exists */
for (sl = specs; sl; sl = sl->next)
if (name_len == sl->name_len && !strcmp (sl->name, name))
break;
if (!sl)
{
/* Not found - make it */
sl = (struct spec_list *) xmalloc (sizeof (struct spec_list));
sl->name = save_string (name, strlen (name));
sl->name_len = name_len;
sl->ptr_spec = &sl->ptr;
sl->alloc_p = 0;
*(sl->ptr_spec) = "";
sl->next = specs;
specs = sl;
}
old_spec = *(sl->ptr_spec);
*(sl->ptr_spec) = ((spec[0] == '+' && isspace (spec[1]))
? concat (old_spec, spec + 1, NULL_PTR)
: save_string (spec, strlen (spec)));
#ifdef DEBUG_SPECS
if (verbose_flag)
fprintf (stderr, "Setting spec %s to '%s'\n\n", name, *(sl->ptr_spec));
#endif
/* Free the old spec */
if (old_spec && sl->alloc_p)
free (old_spec);
sl->alloc_p = 1;
}
/* Accumulate a command (program name and args), and run it. */
/* Vector of pointers to arguments in the current line of specifications. */
static char **argbuf;
/* Number of elements allocated in argbuf. */
static int argbuf_length;
/* Number of elements in argbuf currently in use (containing args). */
static int argbuf_index;
/* This is the list of suffixes and codes (%g/%u/%U) and the associated
temp file. Used only if MKTEMP_EACH_FILE. */
static struct temp_name {
char *suffix; /* suffix associated with the code. */
int length; /* strlen (suffix). */
int unique; /* Indicates whether %g or %u/%U was used. */
char *filename; /* associated filename. */
int filename_length; /* strlen (filename). */
struct temp_name *next;
} *temp_names;
/* Number of commands executed so far. */
static int execution_count;
/* Number of commands that exited with a signal. */
static int signal_count;
/* Name with which this program was invoked. */
static char *programname;
/* Structures to keep track of prefixes to try when looking for files. */
struct prefix_list
{
char *prefix; /* String to prepend to the path. */
struct prefix_list *next; /* Next in linked list. */
int require_machine_suffix; /* Don't use without machine_suffix. */
/* 2 means try both machine_suffix and just_machine_suffix. */
int *used_flag_ptr; /* 1 if a file was found with this prefix. */
};
struct path_prefix
{
struct prefix_list *plist; /* List of prefixes to try */
int max_len; /* Max length of a prefix in PLIST */
char *name; /* Name of this list (used in config stuff) */
};
/* List of prefixes to try when looking for executables. */
static struct path_prefix exec_prefixes = { 0, 0, "exec" };
/* List of prefixes to try when looking for startup (crt0) files. */
static struct path_prefix startfile_prefixes = { 0, 0, "startfile" };
/* List of prefixes to try when looking for include files. */
static struct path_prefix include_prefixes = { 0, 0, "include" };
/* Suffix to attach to directories searched for commands.
This looks like `MACHINE/VERSION/'. */
static char *machine_suffix = 0;
/* Suffix to attach to directories searched for commands.
This is just `MACHINE/'. */
static char *just_machine_suffix = 0;
/* Adjusted value of GCC_EXEC_PREFIX envvar. */
static char *gcc_exec_prefix;
/* Default prefixes to attach to command names. */
#ifdef CROSS_COMPILE /* Don't use these prefixes for a cross compiler. */
#undef MD_EXEC_PREFIX
#undef MD_STARTFILE_PREFIX
#undef MD_STARTFILE_PREFIX_1
#endif
#ifndef STANDARD_EXEC_PREFIX
#define STANDARD_EXEC_PREFIX "/usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/"
#endif /* !defined STANDARD_EXEC_PREFIX */
static char *standard_exec_prefix = STANDARD_EXEC_PREFIX;
static char *standard_exec_prefix_1 = "/usr/lib/gcc/";
#ifdef MD_EXEC_PREFIX
static char *md_exec_prefix = MD_EXEC_PREFIX;
#endif
#ifndef STANDARD_STARTFILE_PREFIX
#define STANDARD_STARTFILE_PREFIX "/usr/local/lib/"
#endif /* !defined STANDARD_STARTFILE_PREFIX */
#ifdef MD_STARTFILE_PREFIX
static char *md_startfile_prefix = MD_STARTFILE_PREFIX;
#endif
#ifdef MD_STARTFILE_PREFIX_1
static char *md_startfile_prefix_1 = MD_STARTFILE_PREFIX_1;
#endif
static char *standard_startfile_prefix = STANDARD_STARTFILE_PREFIX;
static char *standard_startfile_prefix_1 = "/lib/";
static char *standard_startfile_prefix_2 = "/usr/lib/";
#ifndef TOOLDIR_BASE_PREFIX
#define TOOLDIR_BASE_PREFIX "/usr/local/"
#endif
static char *tooldir_base_prefix = TOOLDIR_BASE_PREFIX;
static char *tooldir_prefix;
/* Subdirectory to use for locating libraries. Set by
set_multilib_dir based on the compilation options. */
static char *multilib_dir;
/* Clear out the vector of arguments (after a command is executed). */
static void
clear_args ()
{
argbuf_index = 0;
}
/* Add one argument to the vector at the end.
This is done when a space is seen or at the end of the line.
If DELETE_ALWAYS is nonzero, the arg is a filename
and the file should be deleted eventually.
If DELETE_FAILURE is nonzero, the arg is a filename
and the file should be deleted if this compilation fails. */
static void
store_arg (arg, delete_always, delete_failure)
char *arg;
int delete_always, delete_failure;
{
if (argbuf_index + 1 == argbuf_length)
{
argbuf = (char **) xrealloc (argbuf, (argbuf_length *= 2) * sizeof (char *));
}
argbuf[argbuf_index++] = arg;
argbuf[argbuf_index] = 0;
if (delete_always || delete_failure)
record_temp_file (arg, delete_always, delete_failure);
}
/* Read compilation specs from a file named FILENAME,
replacing the default ones.
A suffix which starts with `*' is a definition for
one of the machine-specific sub-specs. The "suffix" should be
*asm, *cc1, *cpp, *link, *startfile, *signed_char, etc.
The corresponding spec is stored in asm_spec, etc.,
rather than in the `compilers' vector.
Anything invalid in the file is a fatal error. */
static void
read_specs (filename, main_p)
char *filename;
int main_p;
{
int desc;
int readlen;
struct stat statbuf;
char *buffer;
register char *p;
if (verbose_flag)
fprintf (stderr, "Reading specs from %s\n", filename);
/* Open and stat the file. */
desc = open (filename, O_RDONLY, 0);
if (desc < 0)
pfatal_with_name (filename);
if (stat (filename, &statbuf) < 0)
pfatal_with_name (filename);
/* Read contents of file into BUFFER. */
buffer = xmalloc ((unsigned) statbuf.st_size + 1);
readlen = read (desc, buffer, (unsigned) statbuf.st_size);
if (readlen < 0)
pfatal_with_name (filename);
buffer[readlen] = 0;
close (desc);
/* Scan BUFFER for specs, putting them in the vector. */
p = buffer;
while (1)
{
char *suffix;
char *spec;
char *in, *out, *p1, *p2, *p3;
/* Advance P in BUFFER to the next nonblank nocomment line. */
p = skip_whitespace (p);
if (*p == 0)
break;
/* Is this a special command that starts with '%'? */
/* Don't allow this for the main specs file, since it would
encourage people to overwrite it. */
if (*p == '%' && !main_p)
{
p1 = p;
while (*p && *p != '\n') p++;
p++; /* skip \n */
if (!strncmp (p1, "%include", sizeof ("%include")-1)
&& (p1[ sizeof ("%include")-1 ] == ' '
|| p1[ sizeof ("%include")-1 ] == '\t'))
{
char *new_filename;
p1 += sizeof ("%include");
while (*p1 == ' ' || *p1 == '\t') p1++;
if (*p1++ != '<' || p[-2] != '>')
fatal ("specs %%include syntax malformed after %d characters",
p1 - buffer + 1);
p[-2] = '\0';
new_filename = find_a_file (&startfile_prefixes, p1, R_OK);
read_specs (new_filename ? new_filename : p1, FALSE);
continue;
}
else if (!strncmp (p1, "%include_noerr", sizeof ("%include_noerr")-1)
&& (p1[ sizeof ("%include_noerr")-1 ] == ' '
|| p1[ sizeof ("%include_noerr")-1 ] == '\t'))
{
char *new_filename;
p1 += sizeof ("%include_noerr");
while (*p1 == ' ' || *p1 == '\t') p1++;
if (*p1++ != '<' || p[-2] != '>')
fatal ("specs %%include syntax malformed after %d characters",
p1 - buffer + 1);
p[-2] = '\0';
new_filename = find_a_file (&startfile_prefixes, p1, R_OK);
if (new_filename)
read_specs (new_filename, FALSE);
else if (verbose_flag)
fprintf (stderr, "Could not find specs file %s\n", p1);
continue;
}
else if (!strncmp (p1, "%rename", sizeof ("%rename")-1)
&& (p1[ sizeof ("%rename")-1 ] == ' '
|| p1[ sizeof ("%rename")-1 ] == '\t'))
{
int name_len;
struct spec_list *sl;
/* Get original name */
p1 += sizeof ("%rename");
while (*p1 == ' ' || *p1 == '\t') p1++;
if (!isalpha (*p1))
fatal ("specs %%rename syntax malformed after %d characters",
p1 - buffer);
p2 = p1;
while (*p2 && !isspace (*p2)) p2++;
if (*p2 != ' ' && *p2 != '\t')
fatal ("specs %%rename syntax malformed after %d characters",
p2 - buffer);
name_len = p2 - p1;
*p2++ = '\0';
while (*p2 == ' ' || *p2 == '\t') p2++;
if (!isalpha (*p2))
fatal ("specs %%rename syntax malformed after %d characters",
p2 - buffer);
/* Get new spec name */
p3 = p2;
while (*p3 && !isspace (*p3)) p3++;
if (p3 != p-1)
fatal ("specs %%rename syntax malformed after %d characters",
p3 - buffer);
*p3 = '\0';
for (sl = specs; sl; sl = sl->next)
if (name_len == sl->name_len && !strcmp (sl->name, p1))
break;
if (!sl)
fatal ("specs %s spec was not found to be renamed", p1);
if (!strcmp (p1, p2))
continue;
if (verbose_flag)
{
fprintf (stderr, "rename spec %s to %s\n", p1, p2);
#ifdef DEBUG_SPECS
fprintf (stderr, "spec is '%s'\n\n", *(sl->ptr_spec));
#endif
}
set_spec (p2, *(sl->ptr_spec));
if (sl->alloc_p)
free (*(sl->ptr_spec));
*(sl->ptr_spec) = "";
sl->alloc_p = 0;
continue;
}
else
fatal ("specs unknown %% command after %d characters",
p1 - buffer);
}
/* Find the colon that should end the suffix. */
p1 = p;
while (*p1 && *p1 != ':' && *p1 != '\n') p1++;
/* The colon shouldn't be missing. */
if (*p1 != ':')
fatal ("specs file malformed after %d characters", p1 - buffer);
/* Skip back over trailing whitespace. */
p2 = p1;
while (p2 > buffer && (p2[-1] == ' ' || p2[-1] == '\t')) p2--;
/* Copy the suffix to a string. */
suffix = save_string (p, p2 - p);
/* Find the next line. */
p = skip_whitespace (p1 + 1);
if (p[1] == 0)
fatal ("specs file malformed after %d characters", p - buffer);
p1 = p;
/* Find next blank line. */
while (*p1 && !(*p1 == '\n' && p1[1] == '\n')) p1++;
/* Specs end at the blank line and do not include the newline. */
spec = save_string (p, p1 - p);
p = p1;
/* Delete backslash-newline sequences from the spec. */
in = spec;
out = spec;
while (*in != 0)
{
if (in[0] == '\\' && in[1] == '\n')
in += 2;
else if (in[0] == '#')
{
while (*in && *in != '\n') in++;
}
else
*out++ = *in++;
}
*out = 0;
if (suffix[0] == '*')
{
if (! strcmp (suffix, "*link_command"))
link_command_spec = spec;
else
set_spec (suffix + 1, spec);
}
else
{
/* Add this pair to the vector. */
compilers
= ((struct compiler *)
xrealloc (compilers, (n_compilers + 2) * sizeof (struct compiler)));
compilers[n_compilers].suffix = suffix;
bzero ((char *) compilers[n_compilers].spec,
sizeof compilers[n_compilers].spec);
compilers[n_compilers].spec[0] = spec;
n_compilers++;
bzero ((char *) &compilers[n_compilers],
sizeof compilers[n_compilers]);
}
if (*suffix == 0)
link_command_spec = spec;
}
if (link_command_spec == 0)
fatal ("spec file has no spec for linking");
}
/* Record the names of temporary files we tell compilers to write,
and delete them at the end of the run. */
/* This is the common prefix we use to make temp file names.
It is chosen once for each run of this program.
It is substituted into a spec by %g.
Thus, all temp file names contain this prefix.
In practice, all temp file names start with this prefix.
This prefix comes from the envvar TMPDIR if it is defined;
otherwise, from the P_tmpdir macro if that is defined;
otherwise, in /usr/tmp or /tmp;
or finally the current directory if all else fails. */
static char *temp_filename;
/* Length of the prefix. */
static int temp_filename_length;
/* Define the list of temporary files to delete. */
struct temp_file
{
char *name;
struct temp_file *next;
};
/* Queue of files to delete on success or failure of compilation. */
static struct temp_file *always_delete_queue;
/* Queue of files to delete on failure of compilation. */
static struct temp_file *failure_delete_queue;
/* Record FILENAME as a file to be deleted automatically.
ALWAYS_DELETE nonzero means delete it if all compilation succeeds;
otherwise delete it in any case.
FAIL_DELETE nonzero means delete it if a compilation step fails;
otherwise delete it in any case. */
static void
record_temp_file (filename, always_delete, fail_delete)
char *filename;
int always_delete;
int fail_delete;
{
register char *name;
name = xmalloc (strlen (filename) + 1);
strcpy (name, filename);
if (always_delete)
{
register struct temp_file *temp;
for (temp = always_delete_queue; temp; temp = temp->next)
if (! strcmp (name, temp->name))
goto already1;
temp = (struct temp_file *) xmalloc (sizeof (struct temp_file));
temp->next = always_delete_queue;
temp->name = name;
always_delete_queue = temp;
already1:;
}
if (fail_delete)
{
register struct temp_file *temp;
for (temp = failure_delete_queue; temp; temp = temp->next)
if (! strcmp (name, temp->name))
goto already2;
temp = (struct temp_file *) xmalloc (sizeof (struct temp_file));
temp->next = failure_delete_queue;
temp->name = name;
failure_delete_queue = temp;
already2:;
}
}
/* Delete all the temporary files whose names we previously recorded. */
static void
delete_if_ordinary (name)
char *name;
{
struct stat st;
#ifdef DEBUG
int i, c;
printf ("Delete %s? (y or n) ", name);
fflush (stdout);
i = getchar ();
if (i != '\n')
while ((c = getchar ()) != '\n' && c != EOF) ;
if (i == 'y' || i == 'Y')
#endif /* DEBUG */
if (stat (name, &st) >= 0 && S_ISREG (st.st_mode))
if (unlink (name) < 0)
if (verbose_flag)
perror_with_name (name);
}
static void
delete_temp_files ()
{
register struct temp_file *temp;
for (temp = always_delete_queue; temp; temp = temp->next)
delete_if_ordinary (temp->name);
always_delete_queue = 0;
}
/* Delete all the files to be deleted on error. */
static void
delete_failure_queue ()
{
register struct temp_file *temp;
for (temp = failure_delete_queue; temp; temp = temp->next)
delete_if_ordinary (temp->name);
}
static void
clear_failure_queue ()
{
failure_delete_queue = 0;
}
/* Routine to add variables to the environment. We do this to pass
the pathname of the gcc driver, and the directories search to the
collect2 program, which is being run as ld. This way, we can be
sure of executing the right compiler when collect2 wants to build
constructors and destructors. Since the environment variables we
use come from an obstack, we don't have to worry about allocating
space for them. */
#ifndef HAVE_PUTENV
void
putenv (str)
char *str;
{
#ifndef VMS /* nor about VMS */
extern char **environ;
char **old_environ = environ;
char **envp;
int num_envs = 0;
int name_len = 1;
int str_len = strlen (str);
char *p = str;
int ch;
while ((ch = *p++) != '\0' && ch != '=')
name_len++;
if (!ch)
abort ();
/* Search for replacing an existing environment variable, and
count the number of total environment variables. */
for (envp = old_environ; *envp; envp++)
{
num_envs++;
if (!strncmp (str, *envp, name_len))
{
*envp = str;
return;
}
}
/* Add a new environment variable */
environ = (char **) xmalloc (sizeof (char *) * (num_envs+2));
*environ = str;
bcopy ((char *) old_environ, (char *) (environ + 1),
sizeof (char *) * (num_envs+1));
#endif /* VMS */
}
#endif /* HAVE_PUTENV */
/* Build a list of search directories from PATHS.
PREFIX is a string to prepend to the list.
If CHECK_DIR_P is non-zero we ensure the directory exists.
This is used mostly by putenv_from_prefixes so we use `collect_obstack'.
It is also used by the --print-search-dirs flag. */
static char *
build_search_list (paths, prefix, check_dir_p)
struct path_prefix *paths;
char *prefix;
int check_dir_p;
{
int suffix_len = (machine_suffix) ? strlen (machine_suffix) : 0;
int just_suffix_len
= (just_machine_suffix) ? strlen (just_machine_suffix) : 0;
int first_time = TRUE;
struct prefix_list *pprefix;
obstack_grow (&collect_obstack, prefix, strlen (prefix));
for (pprefix = paths->plist; pprefix != 0; pprefix = pprefix->next)
{
int len = strlen (pprefix->prefix);
if (machine_suffix
&& (!check_dir_p
|| is_directory (pprefix->prefix, machine_suffix, 0)))
{
if (!first_time)
obstack_1grow (&collect_obstack, PATH_SEPARATOR);
first_time = FALSE;
obstack_grow (&collect_obstack, pprefix->prefix, len);
obstack_grow (&collect_obstack, machine_suffix, suffix_len);
}
if (just_machine_suffix
&& pprefix->require_machine_suffix == 2
&& (!check_dir_p
|| is_directory (pprefix->prefix, just_machine_suffix, 0)))
{
if (!first_time)
obstack_1grow (&collect_obstack, PATH_SEPARATOR);
first_time = FALSE;
obstack_grow (&collect_obstack, pprefix->prefix, len);
obstack_grow (&collect_obstack, just_machine_suffix,
just_suffix_len);
}
if (!pprefix->require_machine_suffix)
{
if (!first_time)
obstack_1grow (&collect_obstack, PATH_SEPARATOR);
first_time = FALSE;
obstack_grow (&collect_obstack, pprefix->prefix, len);
}
}
obstack_1grow (&collect_obstack, '\0');
return obstack_finish (&collect_obstack);
}
/* Rebuild the COMPILER_PATH and LIBRARY_PATH environment variables
for collect. */
static void
putenv_from_prefixes (paths, env_var)
struct path_prefix *paths;
char *env_var;
{
putenv (build_search_list (paths, env_var, 1));
}
/* Search for NAME using the prefix list PREFIXES. MODE is passed to
access to check permissions.
Return 0 if not found, otherwise return its name, allocated with malloc. */
static char *
find_a_file (pprefix, name, mode)
struct path_prefix *pprefix;
char *name;
int mode;
{
char *temp;
char *file_suffix = ((mode & X_OK) != 0 ? EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX : "");
struct prefix_list *pl;
int len = pprefix->max_len + strlen (name) + strlen (file_suffix) + 1;
if (machine_suffix)
len += strlen (machine_suffix);
temp = xmalloc (len);
/* Determine the filename to execute (special case for absolute paths). */
if (*name == '/' || *name == DIR_SEPARATOR)
{
if (access (name, mode))
{
strcpy (temp, name);
return temp;
}
}
else
for (pl = pprefix->plist; pl; pl = pl->next)
{
if (machine_suffix)
{
/* Some systems have a suffix for executable files.
So try appending that first. */
if (file_suffix[0] != 0)
{
strcpy (temp, pl->prefix);
strcat (temp, machine_suffix);
strcat (temp, name);
strcat (temp, file_suffix);
if (access (temp, mode) == 0)
{
if (pl->used_flag_ptr != 0)
*pl->used_flag_ptr = 1;
return temp;
}
}
/* Now try just the name. */
strcpy (temp, pl->prefix);
strcat (temp, machine_suffix);
strcat (temp, name);
if (access (temp, mode) == 0)
{
if (pl->used_flag_ptr != 0)
*pl->used_flag_ptr = 1;
return temp;
}
}
/* Certain prefixes are tried with just the machine type,
not the version. This is used for finding as, ld, etc. */
if (just_machine_suffix && pl->require_machine_suffix == 2)
{
/* Some systems have a suffix for executable files.
So try appending that first. */
if (file_suffix[0] != 0)
{
strcpy (temp, pl->prefix);
strcat (temp, just_machine_suffix);
strcat (temp, name);
strcat (temp, file_suffix);
if (access (temp, mode) == 0)
{
if (pl->used_flag_ptr != 0)
*pl->used_flag_ptr = 1;
return temp;
}
}
strcpy (temp, pl->prefix);
strcat (temp, just_machine_suffix);
strcat (temp, name);
if (access (temp, mode) == 0)
{
if (pl->used_flag_ptr != 0)
*pl->used_flag_ptr = 1;
return temp;
}
}
/* Certain prefixes can't be used without the machine suffix
when the machine or version is explicitly specified. */
if (!pl->require_machine_suffix)
{
/* Some systems have a suffix for executable files.
So try appending that first. */
if (file_suffix[0] != 0)
{
strcpy (temp, pl->prefix);
strcat (temp, name);
strcat (temp, file_suffix);
if (access (temp, mode) == 0)
{
if (pl->used_flag_ptr != 0)
*pl->used_flag_ptr = 1;
return temp;
}
}
strcpy (temp, pl->prefix);
strcat (temp, name);
if (access (temp, mode) == 0)
{
if (pl->used_flag_ptr != 0)
*pl->used_flag_ptr = 1;
return temp;
}
}
}
free (temp);
return 0;
}
/* Add an entry for PREFIX in PLIST. If FIRST is set, it goes
at the start of the list, otherwise it goes at the end.
If WARN is nonzero, we will warn if no file is found
through this prefix. WARN should point to an int
which will be set to 1 if this entry is used.
REQUIRE_MACHINE_SUFFIX is 1 if this prefix can't be used without
the complete value of machine_suffix.
2 means try both machine_suffix and just_machine_suffix. */
static void
add_prefix (pprefix, prefix, first, require_machine_suffix, warn)
struct path_prefix *pprefix;
char *prefix;
int first;
int require_machine_suffix;
int *warn;
{
struct prefix_list *pl, **prev;
int len;
if (!first && pprefix->plist)
{
for (pl = pprefix->plist; pl->next; pl = pl->next)
;
prev = &pl->next;
}
else
prev = &pprefix->plist;
/* Keep track of the longest prefix */
len = strlen (prefix);
if (len > pprefix->max_len)
pprefix->max_len = len;
pl = (struct prefix_list *) xmalloc (sizeof (struct prefix_list));
pl->prefix = save_string (prefix, len);
pl->require_machine_suffix = require_machine_suffix;
pl->used_flag_ptr = warn;
if (warn)
*warn = 0;
if (*prev)
pl->next = *prev;
else
pl->next = (struct prefix_list *) 0;
*prev = pl;
}
/* Print warnings for any prefixes in the list PPREFIX that were not used. */
static void
unused_prefix_warnings (pprefix)
struct path_prefix *pprefix;
{
struct prefix_list *pl = pprefix->plist;
while (pl)
{
if (pl->used_flag_ptr != 0 && !*pl->used_flag_ptr)
{
if (pl->require_machine_suffix && machine_suffix)
error ("file path prefix `%s%s' never used", pl->prefix,
machine_suffix);
else
error ("file path prefix `%s' never used", pl->prefix);
/* Prevent duplicate warnings. */
*pl->used_flag_ptr = 1;
}
pl = pl->next;
}
}
/* Get rid of all prefixes built up so far in *PLISTP. */
static void
free_path_prefix (pprefix)
struct path_prefix *pprefix;
{
struct prefix_list *pl = pprefix->plist;
struct prefix_list *temp;
while (pl)
{
temp = pl;
pl = pl->next;
free (temp->prefix);
free ((char *) temp);
}
pprefix->plist = (struct prefix_list *) 0;
}
/* Execute the command specified by the arguments on the current line of spec.
When using pipes, this includes several piped-together commands
with `|' between them.
Return 0 if successful, -1 if failed. */
static int
execute ()
{
int i;
int n_commands; /* # of command. */
char *string;
struct command
{
char *prog; /* program name. */
char **argv; /* vector of args. */
int pid; /* pid of process for this command. */
};
struct command *commands; /* each command buffer with above info. */
/* Count # of piped commands. */
for (n_commands = 1, i = 0; i < argbuf_index; i++)
if (strcmp (argbuf[i], "|") == 0)
n_commands++;
/* Get storage for each command. */
commands
= (struct command *) alloca (n_commands * sizeof (struct command));
/* Split argbuf into its separate piped processes,
and record info about each one.
Also search for the programs that are to be run. */
commands[0].prog = argbuf[0]; /* first command. */
commands[0].argv = &argbuf[0];
string = find_a_file (&exec_prefixes, commands[0].prog, X_OK);
if (string)
commands[0].argv[0] = string;
for (n_commands = 1, i = 0; i < argbuf_index; i++)
if (strcmp (argbuf[i], "|") == 0)
{ /* each command. */
#if defined (__MSDOS__) || (defined (_WIN32) && ! defined (__CYGWIN32__)) || defined (OS2)
fatal ("-pipe not supported");
#endif
argbuf[i] = 0; /* termination of command args. */
commands[n_commands].prog = argbuf[i + 1];
commands[n_commands].argv = &argbuf[i + 1];
string = find_a_file (&exec_prefixes, commands[n_commands].prog, X_OK);
if (string)
commands[n_commands].argv[0] = string;
n_commands++;
}
argbuf[argbuf_index] = 0;
/* If -v, print what we are about to do, and maybe query. */
if (verbose_flag)
{
/* Print each piped command as a separate line. */
for (i = 0; i < n_commands ; i++)
{
char **j;
for (j = commands[i].argv; *j; j++)
fprintf (stderr, " %s", *j);
/* Print a pipe symbol after all but the last command. */
if (i + 1 != n_commands)
fprintf (stderr, " |");
fprintf (stderr, "\n");
}
fflush (stderr);
#ifdef DEBUG
fprintf (stderr, "\nGo ahead? (y or n) ");
fflush (stderr);
i = getchar ();
if (i != '\n')
while (getchar () != '\n') ;
if (i != 'y' && i != 'Y')
return 0;
#endif /* DEBUG */
}
/* Run each piped subprocess. */
for (i = 0; i < n_commands; i++)
{
char *errmsg_fmt, *errmsg_arg;
char *string = commands[i].argv[0];
commands[i].pid = pexecute (string, commands[i].argv,
programname, temp_filename,
&errmsg_fmt, &errmsg_arg,
((i == 0 ? PEXECUTE_FIRST : 0)
| (i + 1 == n_commands ? PEXECUTE_LAST : 0)
| (string == commands[i].prog
? PEXECUTE_SEARCH : 0)
| (verbose_flag ? PEXECUTE_VERBOSE : 0)));
if (commands[i].pid == -1)
pfatal_pexecute (errmsg_fmt, errmsg_arg);
if (string != commands[i].prog)
free (string);
}
execution_count++;
/* Wait for all the subprocesses to finish.
We don't care what order they finish in;
we know that N_COMMANDS waits will get them all.
Ignore subprocesses that we don't know about,
since they can be spawned by the process that exec'ed us. */
{
int ret_code = 0;
for (i = 0; i < n_commands; )
{
int j;
int status;
int pid;
pid = pwait (commands[i].pid, &status, 0);
if (pid < 0)
abort ();
for (j = 0; j < n_commands; j++)
if (commands[j].pid == pid)
{
i++;
if (status != 0)
{
if (WIFSIGNALED (status))
{
fatal ("Internal compiler error: program %s got fatal signal %d",
commands[j].prog, WTERMSIG (status));
signal_count++;
ret_code = -1;
}
else if (WIFEXITED (status)
&& WEXITSTATUS (status) >= MIN_FATAL_STATUS)
ret_code = -1;
}
break;
}
}
return ret_code;
}
}
/* Find all the switches given to us
and make a vector describing them.
The elements of the vector are strings, one per switch given.
If a switch uses following arguments, then the `part1' field
is the switch itself and the `args' field
is a null-terminated vector containing the following arguments.
The `live_cond' field is 1 if the switch is true in a conditional spec,
-1 if false (overridden by a later switch), and is initialized to zero.
The `valid' field is nonzero if any spec has looked at this switch;
if it remains zero at the end of the run, it must be meaningless. */
struct switchstr
{
char *part1;
char **args;
int live_cond;
int valid;
};
static struct switchstr *switches;
static int n_switches;
struct infile
{
char *name;
char *language;
};
/* Also a vector of input files specified. */
static struct infile *infiles;
static int n_infiles;
/* And a vector of corresponding output files is made up later. */
static char **outfiles;
/* Used to track if none of the -B paths are used. */
static int warn_B;
/* Used to track if standard path isn't used and -b or -V is specified. */
static int warn_std;
/* Gives value to pass as "warn" to add_prefix for standard prefixes. */
static int *warn_std_ptr = 0;
#if defined(HAVE_OBJECT_SUFFIX) || defined(HAVE_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
/* Convert NAME to a new name if it is the standard suffix. DO_EXE
is true if we should look for an executable suffix as well. */
static char *
convert_filename (name, do_exe)
char *name;
int do_exe;
{
int i;
int len = strlen (name);
#ifdef HAVE_OBJECT_SUFFIX
/* Convert x.o to x.obj if OBJECT_SUFFIX is ".obj". */
if (len > 2
&& name[len - 2] == '.'
&& name[len - 1] == 'o')
{
obstack_grow (&obstack, name, len - 2);
obstack_grow0 (&obstack, OBJECT_SUFFIX, strlen (OBJECT_SUFFIX));
name = obstack_finish (&obstack);
}
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX
/* If there is no filetype, make it the executable suffix (which includes
the "."). But don't get confused if we have just "-o". */
if (! do_exe || EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX[0] == 0 || (len == 2 && name[0] == '-'))
return name;
for (i = len - 1; i >= 0; i--)
if (name[i] == '/' || name[i] == DIR_SEPARATOR)
break;
for (i++; i < len; i++)
if (name[i] == '.')
return name;
obstack_grow (&obstack, name, len);
obstack_grow0 (&obstack, EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX, strlen (EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX));
name = obstack_finish (&obstack);
#endif
return name;
}
#endif
/* Create the vector `switches' and its contents.
Store its length in `n_switches'. */
static void
process_command (argc, argv)
int argc;
char **argv;
{
register int i;
char *temp;
char *spec_lang = 0;
int last_language_n_infiles;
int have_c = 0;
int have_o = 0;
int lang_n_infiles = 0;
gcc_exec_prefix = getenv ("GCC_EXEC_PREFIX");
n_switches = 0;
n_infiles = 0;
/* Figure compiler version from version string. */
compiler_version = save_string (version_string, strlen (version_string));
for (temp = compiler_version; *temp; ++temp)
{
if (*temp == ' ')
{
*temp = '\0';
break;
}
}
/* Set up the default search paths. */
if (gcc_exec_prefix)
{
add_prefix (&exec_prefixes, gcc_exec_prefix, 0, 0, NULL_PTR);
add_prefix (&startfile_prefixes, gcc_exec_prefix, 0, 0, NULL_PTR);
}
/* COMPILER_PATH and LIBRARY_PATH have values
that are lists of directory names with colons. */
temp = getenv ("COMPILER_PATH");
if (temp)
{
char *startp, *endp;
char *nstore = (char *) alloca (strlen (temp) + 3);
startp = endp = temp;
while (1)
{
if (*endp == PATH_SEPARATOR || *endp == 0)
{
strncpy (nstore, startp, endp-startp);
if (endp == startp)
strcpy (nstore, concat (".", dir_separator_str, NULL_PTR));
else if (endp[-1] != '/' && endp[-1] != DIR_SEPARATOR)
{
nstore[endp-startp] = DIR_SEPARATOR;
nstore[endp-startp+1] = 0;
}
else
nstore[endp-startp] = 0;
add_prefix (&exec_prefixes, nstore, 0, 0, NULL_PTR);
if (*endp == 0)
break;
endp = startp = endp + 1;
}
else
endp++;
}
}
temp = getenv ("LIBRARY_PATH");
if (temp && *cross_compile == '0')
{
char *startp, *endp;
char *nstore = (char *) alloca (strlen (temp) + 3);
startp = endp = temp;
while (1)
{
if (*endp == PATH_SEPARATOR || *endp == 0)
{
strncpy (nstore, startp, endp-startp);
if (endp == startp)
strcpy (nstore, concat (".", dir_separator_str, NULL_PTR));
else if (endp[-1] != '/' && endp[-1] != DIR_SEPARATOR)
{
nstore[endp-startp] = DIR_SEPARATOR;
nstore[endp-startp+1] = 0;
}
else
nstore[endp-startp] = 0;
add_prefix (&startfile_prefixes, nstore, 0, 0, NULL_PTR);
if (*endp == 0)
break;
endp = startp = endp + 1;
}
else
endp++;
}
}
/* Use LPATH like LIBRARY_PATH (for the CMU build program). */
temp = getenv ("LPATH");
if (temp && *cross_compile == '0')
{
char *startp, *endp;
char *nstore = (char *) alloca (strlen (temp) + 3);
startp = endp = temp;
while (1)
{
if (*endp == PATH_SEPARATOR || *endp == 0)
{
strncpy (nstore, startp, endp-startp);
if (endp == startp)
strcpy (nstore, concat (".", dir_separator_str, NULL_PTR));
else if (endp[-1] != '/' && endp[-1] != DIR_SEPARATOR)
{
nstore[endp-startp] = DIR_SEPARATOR;
nstore[endp-startp+1] = 0;
}
else
nstore[endp-startp] = 0;
add_prefix (&startfile_prefixes, nstore, 0, 0, NULL_PTR);
if (*endp == 0)
break;
endp = startp = endp + 1;
}
else
endp++;
}
}
/* Convert new-style -- options to old-style. */
translate_options (&argc, &argv);
#ifdef LANG_SPECIFIC_DRIVER
/* Do language-specific adjustment/addition of flags. */
lang_specific_driver (&fatal, &argc, &argv);
#endif
/* Scan argv twice. Here, the first time, just count how many switches
there will be in their vector, and how many input files in theirs.
Here we also parse the switches that cc itself uses (e.g. -v). */
for (i = 1; i < argc; i++)
{
if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-dumpspecs"))
{
struct spec_list *sl;
init_spec ();
for (sl = specs; sl; sl = sl->next)
printf ("*%s:\n%s\n\n", sl->name, *(sl->ptr_spec));
exit (0);
}
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-dumpversion"))
{
printf ("%s\n", version_string);
exit (0);
}
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-dumpmachine"))
{
printf ("%s\n", spec_machine);
exit (0);
}
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-print-search-dirs"))
print_search_dirs = 1;
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-print-libgcc-file-name"))
print_file_name = "libgcc.a";
else if (! strncmp (argv[i], "-print-file-name=", 17))
print_file_name = argv[i] + 17;
else if (! strncmp (argv[i], "-print-prog-name=", 17))
print_prog_name = argv[i] + 17;
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-print-multi-lib"))
print_multi_lib = 1;
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-print-multi-directory"))
print_multi_directory = 1;
else if (! strncmp (argv[i], "-Wa,", 4))
{
int prev, j;
/* Pass the rest of this option to the assembler. */
n_assembler_options++;
if (!assembler_options)
assembler_options
= (char **) xmalloc (n_assembler_options * sizeof (char **));
else
assembler_options
= (char **) xrealloc (assembler_options,
n_assembler_options * sizeof (char **));
/* Split the argument at commas. */
prev = 4;
for (j = 4; argv[i][j]; j++)
if (argv[i][j] == ',')
{
assembler_options[n_assembler_options - 1]
= save_string (argv[i] + prev, j - prev);
n_assembler_options++;
assembler_options
= (char **) xrealloc (assembler_options,
n_assembler_options * sizeof (char **));
prev = j + 1;
}
/* Record the part after the last comma. */
assembler_options[n_assembler_options - 1] = argv[i] + prev;
}
else if (! strncmp (argv[i], "-Wp,", 4))
{
int prev, j;
/* Pass the rest of this option to the preprocessor. */
n_preprocessor_options++;
if (!preprocessor_options)
preprocessor_options
= (char **) xmalloc (n_preprocessor_options * sizeof (char **));
else
preprocessor_options
= (char **) xrealloc (preprocessor_options,
n_preprocessor_options * sizeof (char **));
/* Split the argument at commas. */
prev = 4;
for (j = 4; argv[i][j]; j++)
if (argv[i][j] == ',')
{
preprocessor_options[n_preprocessor_options - 1]
= save_string (argv[i] + prev, j - prev);
n_preprocessor_options++;
preprocessor_options
= (char **) xrealloc (preprocessor_options,
n_preprocessor_options * sizeof (char **));
prev = j + 1;
}
/* Record the part after the last comma. */
preprocessor_options[n_preprocessor_options - 1] = argv[i] + prev;
}
else if (argv[i][0] == '+' && argv[i][1] == 'e')
/* The +e options to the C++ front-end. */
n_switches++;
else if (strncmp (argv[i], "-Wl,", 4) == 0)
{
int j;
/* Split the argument at commas. */
for (j = 3; argv[i][j]; j++)
n_infiles += (argv[i][j] == ',');
}
else if (strcmp (argv[i], "-Xlinker") == 0)
{
if (i + 1 == argc)
fatal ("argument to `-Xlinker' is missing");
n_infiles++;
i++;
}
else if (strncmp (argv[i], "-l", 2) == 0)
n_infiles++;
else if (strcmp (argv[i], "-save-temps") == 0)
{
save_temps_flag = 1;
n_switches++;
}
else if (strcmp (argv[i], "-specs") == 0)
{
struct user_specs *user = (struct user_specs *)
xmalloc (sizeof (struct user_specs));
if (++i >= argc)
fatal ("argument to `-specs' is missing");
user->next = (struct user_specs *)0;
user->filename = argv[i];
if (user_specs_tail)
user_specs_tail->next = user;
else
user_specs_head = user;
user_specs_tail = user;
}
else if (strncmp (argv[i], "-specs=", 7) == 0)
{
struct user_specs *user = (struct user_specs *)
xmalloc (sizeof (struct user_specs));
if (strlen (argv[i]) == 7)
fatal ("argument to `-specs=' is missing");
user->next = (struct user_specs *)0;
user->filename = argv[i]+7;
if (user_specs_tail)
user_specs_tail->next = user;
else
user_specs_head = user;
user_specs_tail = user;
}
else if (argv[i][0] == '-' && argv[i][1] != 0)
{
register char *p = &argv[i][1];
register int c = *p;
switch (c)
{
case 'b':
if (p[1] == 0 && i + 1 == argc)
fatal ("argument to `-b' is missing");
if (p[1] == 0)
spec_machine = argv[++i];
else
spec_machine = p + 1;
warn_std_ptr = &warn_std;
break;
case 'B':
{
int *temp = (int *) xmalloc (sizeof (int));
char *value;
if (p[1] == 0 && i + 1 == argc)
fatal ("argument to `-B' is missing");
if (p[1] == 0)
value = argv[++i];
else
value = p + 1;
add_prefix (&exec_prefixes, value, 1, 0, &warn_B);
add_prefix (&startfile_prefixes, value, 1, 0, &warn_B);
add_prefix (&include_prefixes, concat (value, "include", NULL_PTR),
1, 0, NULL_PTR);
/* As a kludge, if the arg is "[foo/]stageN/", just add
"[foo/]include" to the include prefix. */
{
int len = strlen (value);
if ((len == 7
|| (len > 7
&& (value[len - 8] == '/'
|| value[len - 8] == DIR_SEPARATOR)))
&& strncmp (value + len - 7, "stage", 5) == 0
&& isdigit (value[len - 2])
&& (value[len - 1] == '/'
|| value[len - 1] == DIR_SEPARATOR))
{
if (len == 7)
add_prefix (&include_prefixes, "include",
1, 0, NULL_PTR);
else
{
char *string = xmalloc (len + 1);
strncpy (string, value, len-7);
strcpy (string+len-7, "include");
add_prefix (&include_prefixes, string,
1, 0, NULL_PTR);
}
}
}
}
break;
case 'v': /* Print our subcommands and print versions. */
n_switches++;
/* If they do anything other than exactly `-v', don't set
verbose_flag; rather, continue on to give the error. */
if (p[1] != 0)
break;
verbose_flag++;
break;
case 'V':
if (p[1] == 0 && i + 1 == argc)
fatal ("argument to `-V' is missing");
if (p[1] == 0)
spec_version = argv[++i];
else
spec_version = p + 1;
compiler_version = spec_version;
warn_std_ptr = &warn_std;
break;
case 'c':
if (p[1] == 0)
{
have_c = 1;
n_switches++;
break;
}
goto normal_switch;
case 'o':
have_o = 1;
#if defined(HAVE_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX) || defined(HAVE_OBJECT_SUFFIX)
argv[i] = convert_filename (argv[i], 1);
if (p[1] == 0)
argv[i+1] = convert_filename (argv[i+1], 1);
#endif
goto normal_switch;
default:
normal_switch:
n_switches++;
if (SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (c) > (p[1] != 0))
i += SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (c) - (p[1] != 0);
else if (WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (p))
i += WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (p);
}
}
else
{
n_infiles++;
lang_n_infiles++;
}
}
if (have_c && have_o && lang_n_infiles > 1)
fatal ("cannot specify -o with -c and multiple compilations");
/* Set up the search paths before we go looking for config files. */
/* These come before the md prefixes so that we will find gcc's subcommands
(such as cpp) rather than those of the host system. */
/* Use 2 as fourth arg meaning try just the machine as a suffix,
as well as trying the machine and the version. */
#ifndef OS2
add_prefix (&exec_prefixes, standard_exec_prefix, 0, 2, warn_std_ptr);
add_prefix (&exec_prefixes, standard_exec_prefix_1, 0, 2, warn_std_ptr);
#endif
add_prefix (&startfile_prefixes, standard_exec_prefix, 0, 1, warn_std_ptr);
add_prefix (&startfile_prefixes, standard_exec_prefix_1, 0, 1, warn_std_ptr);
tooldir_prefix = concat (tooldir_base_prefix, spec_machine,
dir_separator_str, NULL_PTR);
/* If tooldir is relative, base it on exec_prefixes. A relative
tooldir lets us move the installed tree as a unit.
If GCC_EXEC_PREFIX is defined, then we want to add two relative
directories, so that we can search both the user specified directory
and the standard place. */
if (*tooldir_prefix != '/' && *tooldir_prefix != DIR_SEPARATOR)
{
if (gcc_exec_prefix)
{
char *gcc_exec_tooldir_prefix
= concat (gcc_exec_prefix, spec_machine, dir_separator_str,
spec_version, dir_separator_str, tooldir_prefix, NULL_PTR);
add_prefix (&exec_prefixes,
concat (gcc_exec_tooldir_prefix, "bin",
dir_separator_str, NULL_PTR),
0, 0, NULL_PTR);
add_prefix (&startfile_prefixes,
concat (gcc_exec_tooldir_prefix, "lib",
dir_separator_str, NULL_PTR),
0, 0, NULL_PTR);
}
tooldir_prefix = concat (standard_exec_prefix, spec_machine,
dir_separator_str, spec_version,
dir_separator_str, tooldir_prefix, NULL_PTR);
}
add_prefix (&exec_prefixes,
concat (tooldir_prefix, "bin", dir_separator_str, NULL_PTR),
0, 0, NULL_PTR);
add_prefix (&startfile_prefixes,
concat (tooldir_prefix, "lib", dir_separator_str, NULL_PTR),
0, 0, NULL_PTR);
/* More prefixes are enabled in main, after we read the specs file
and determine whether this is cross-compilation or not. */
/* Then create the space for the vectors and scan again. */
switches = ((struct switchstr *)
xmalloc ((n_switches + 1) * sizeof (struct switchstr)));
infiles = (struct infile *) xmalloc ((n_infiles + 1) * sizeof (struct infile));
n_switches = 0;
n_infiles = 0;
last_language_n_infiles = -1;
/* This, time, copy the text of each switch and store a pointer
to the copy in the vector of switches.
Store all the infiles in their vector. */
for (i = 1; i < argc; i++)
{
/* Just skip the switches that were handled by the preceding loop. */
if (! strncmp (argv[i], "-Wa,", 4))
;
else if (! strncmp (argv[i], "-Wp,", 4))
;
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-print-search-dirs"))
;
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-print-libgcc-file-name"))
;
else if (! strncmp (argv[i], "-print-file-name=", 17))
;
else if (! strncmp (argv[i], "-print-prog-name=", 17))
;
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-print-multi-lib"))
;
else if (! strcmp (argv[i], "-print-multi-directory"))
;
else if (argv[i][0] == '+' && argv[i][1] == 'e')
{
/* Compensate for the +e options to the C++ front-end;
they're there simply for cfront call-compatibility. We do
some magic in default_compilers to pass them down properly.
Note we deliberately start at the `+' here, to avoid passing
-e0 or -e1 down into the linker. */
switches[n_switches].part1 = &argv[i][0];
switches[n_switches].args = 0;
switches[n_switches].live_cond = 0;
switches[n_switches].valid = 0;
n_switches++;
}
else if (strncmp (argv[i], "-Wl,", 4) == 0)
{
int prev, j;
/* Split the argument at commas. */
prev = 4;
for (j = 4; argv[i][j]; j++)
if (argv[i][j] == ',')
{
infiles[n_infiles].language = 0;
infiles[n_infiles++].name
= save_string (argv[i] + prev, j - prev);
prev = j + 1;
}
/* Record the part after the last comma. */
infiles[n_infiles].language = 0;
infiles[n_infiles++].name = argv[i] + prev;
}
else if (strcmp (argv[i], "-Xlinker") == 0)
{
infiles[n_infiles].language = 0;
infiles[n_infiles++].name = argv[++i];
}
else if (strncmp (argv[i], "-l", 2) == 0)
{
infiles[n_infiles].language = 0;
infiles[n_infiles++].name = argv[i];
}
else if (strcmp (argv[i], "-specs") == 0)
i++;
else if (strncmp (argv[i], "-specs=", 7) == 0)
;
/* -save-temps overrides -pipe, so that temp files are produced */
else if (save_temps_flag && strcmp (argv[i], "-pipe") == 0)
error ("Warning: -pipe ignored since -save-temps specified");
else if (argv[i][0] == '-' && argv[i][1] != 0)
{
register char *p = &argv[i][1];
register int c = *p;
if (c == 'B' || c == 'b' || c == 'V')
{
/* Skip a separate arg, if any. */
if (p[1] == 0)
i++;
continue;
}
if (c == 'x')
{
if (p[1] == 0 && i + 1 == argc)
fatal ("argument to `-x' is missing");
if (p[1] == 0)
spec_lang = argv[++i];
else
spec_lang = p + 1;
if (! strcmp (spec_lang, "none"))
/* Suppress the warning if -xnone comes after the last input
file, because alternate command interfaces like g++ might
find it useful to place -xnone after each input file. */
spec_lang = 0;
else
last_language_n_infiles = n_infiles;
continue;
}
switches[n_switches].part1 = p;
/* Deal with option arguments in separate argv elements. */
if ((SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (c) > (p[1] != 0))
|| WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (p))
{
int j = 0;
int n_args = WORD_SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (p);
if (n_args == 0)
{
/* Count only the option arguments in separate argv elements. */
n_args = SWITCH_TAKES_ARG (c) - (p[1] != 0);
}
if (i + n_args >= argc)
fatal ("argument to `-%s' is missing", p);
switches[n_switches].args
= (char **) xmalloc ((n_args +