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# Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This program 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 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
load_lib dg.exp
load_lib libgloss.exp
# Define libffi callbacks for dg.exp.
proc libffi-dg-test-1 { target_compile prog do_what extra_tool_flags } {
# Set up the compiler flags, based on what we're going to do.
set options [list]
switch $do_what {
"compile" {
set compile_type "assembly"
set output_file "[file rootname [file tail $prog]].s"
"link" {
set compile_type "executable"
set output_file "[file rootname [file tail $prog]].exe"
# The following line is needed for targets like the i960 where
# the default output file is b.out. Sigh.
"run" {
set compile_type "executable"
# FIXME: "./" is to cope with "." not being in $PATH.
# Should this be handled elsewhere?
# YES.
set output_file "./[file rootname [file tail $prog]].exe"
# This is the only place where we care if an executable was
# created or not. If it was, dg.exp will try to run it.
remote_file build delete $output_file;
default {
perror "$do_what: not a valid dg-do keyword"
return ""
if { $extra_tool_flags != "" } {
lappend options "additional_flags=$extra_tool_flags"
set comp_output [libffi_target_compile "$prog" "$output_file" "$compile_type" $options];
return [list $comp_output $output_file]
proc libffi-dg-test { prog do_what extra_tool_flags } {
return [libffi-dg-test-1 target_compile $prog $do_what $extra_tool_flags]
proc libffi-init { args } {
global gluefile wrap_flags;
global srcdir
global blddirffi
global blddircxx
global ld_library_path
global libffi_include
global libffi_link_flags
global tool_root_dir
set blddirffi [lookfor_file [get_multilibs] libffi]
verbose "libffi $blddirffi"
set blddircxx [lookfor_file [get_multilibs] libstdc++-v3]
verbose "libstdc++ $blddircxx"
set gccdir [lookfor_file $tool_root_dir gcc/libgcc.a]
if {$gccdir != ""} {
set gccdir [file dirname $gccdir]
verbose "gccdir $gccdir"
set ld_library_path "."
append ld_library_path ":${gccdir}"
set compiler "${gccdir}/xgcc"
if { [is_remote host] == 0 && [which $compiler] != 0 } {
foreach i "[exec $compiler --print-multi-lib]" {
set mldir ""
regexp -- "\[a-z0-9=/\.-\]*;" $i mldir
set mldir [string trimright $mldir "\;@"]
if { "$mldir" == "." } {
if { [llength [glob -nocomplain ${gccdir}/${mldir}/libgcc_s*.so.*]] == 1 } {
append ld_library_path ":${gccdir}/${mldir}"
# add the library path for libffi.
append ld_library_path ":${blddirffi}/.libs"
# add the library path for libstdc++ as well.
append ld_library_path ":${blddircxx}/src/.libs"
verbose "ld_library_path: $ld_library_path"
# Point to the Libffi headers in libffi.
set libffi_include "${blddirffi}/include"
verbose "libffi_include $libffi_include"
set libffi_dir "${blddirffi}/.libs"
verbose "libffi_dir $libffi_dir"
if { $libffi_dir != "" } {
set libffi_dir [file dirname ${libffi_dir}]
set libffi_link_flags "-L${libffi_dir}/.libs"
lappend libffi_link_flags "-L${blddircxx}/src/.libs"
# On IRIX 6, we have to set variables akin to LD_LIBRARY_PATH, but
# called LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH (for the N32 ABI) and LD_LIBRARY64_PATH
# (for the 64-bit ABI). The right way to do this would be to modify
# unix.exp -- but that's not an option since it's part of DejaGNU
# proper, so we do it here.
# The same applies to darwin (DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH), solaris 32 bit
# (LD_LIBRARY_PATH_32), solaris 64 bit (LD_LIBRARY_PATH_64), and HP-UX
setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH $ld_library_path
setenv SHLIB_PATH $ld_library_path
setenv LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH $ld_library_path
setenv LD_LIBRARY64_PATH $ld_library_path
setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH_32 $ld_library_path
setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH_64 $ld_library_path
setenv DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH $ld_library_path
proc libffi_target_compile { source dest type options } {
global gluefile wrap_flags;
global srcdir
global blddirffi
global ld_library_path
global libffi_link_flags
global libffi_include
global target_triplet
if { [target_info needs_status_wrapper]!="" && [info exists gluefile] } {
lappend options "libs=${gluefile}"
lappend options "ldflags=$wrap_flags"
# TOOL_OPTIONS must come first, so that it doesn't override testcase
# specific options.
if [info exists TOOL_OPTIONS] {
lappend options [concat "additional_flags=$TOOL_OPTIONS" $options];
# search for ffi_mips.h in srcdir, too
lappend options "additional_flags=-I${libffi_include} -I${srcdir}/../include -I${libffi_include}/.."
lappend options "additional_flags=${libffi_link_flags}"
if { [string match "powerpc-*-darwin*" $target_triplet] } {
lappend options "libs= -lgcc_s"
lappend options "libs= -lffi"
verbose "options: $options"
return [target_compile $source $dest $type $options]
# Utility routines.
# search_for -- looks for a string match in a file
proc search_for { file pattern } {
set fd [open $file r]
while { [gets $fd cur_line]>=0 } {
if [string match "*$pattern*" $cur_line] then {
close $fd
return 1
close $fd
return 0
# Modified dg-runtest that can cycle through a list of optimization options
# as c-torture does.
proc libffi-dg-runtest { testcases default-extra-flags } {
global runtests
foreach test $testcases {
# If we're only testing specific files and this isn't one of
# them, skip it.
if ![runtest_file_p $runtests $test] {
# Look for a loop within the source code - if we don't find one,
# don't pass -funroll[-all]-loops.
global torture_with_loops torture_without_loops
if [expr [search_for $test "for*("]+[search_for $test "while*("]] {
set option_list $torture_with_loops
} else {
set option_list $torture_without_loops
set nshort [file tail [file dirname $test]]/[file tail $test]
foreach flags $option_list {
verbose "Testing $nshort, $flags" 1
dg-test $test $flags ${default-extra-flags}
# Like check_conditional_xfail, but callable from a dg test.
proc dg-xfail-if { args } {
set args [lreplace $args 0 0]
set selector "target [join [lindex $args 1]]"
if { [dg-process-target $selector] == "S" } {
global compiler_conditional_xfail_data
set compiler_conditional_xfail_data $args
# We need to make sure that additional_files and additional_sources
# are both cleared out after every test. It is not enough to clear
# them out *before* the next test run because gcc-target-compile gets
# run directly from some .exp files (outside of any test). (Those
# uses should eventually be eliminated.)
# Because the DG framework doesn't provide a hook that is run at the
# end of a test, we must replace dg-test with a wrapper.
if { [info procs saved-dg-test] == [list] } {
rename dg-test saved-dg-test
proc dg-test { args } {
global additional_files
global additional_sources
global errorInfo
if { [ catch { eval saved-dg-test $args } errmsg ] } {
set saved_info $errorInfo
set additional_files ""
set additional_sources ""
error $errmsg $saved_info
set additional_files ""
set additional_sources ""
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