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1# $Id: vos.sh,v 1.0 2001-12-11 09:30:00-05 Green Exp $
2
3# This is a hints file for Stratus VOS, using the POSIX environment
4# in VOS 14.4.0 and higher.
5#
6# VOS POSIX is based on POSIX.1-1996. It ships with gcc as the standard
7# compiler.
8#
9# Paul Green (Paul.Green@stratus.com)
10
11# C compiler and default options.
12cc=gcc
36df99d6 13ccflags="-D_SVID_SOURCE -D_POSIX_C_SOURCE=199509L"
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14
15# Make command.
16make="/system/gnu_library/bin/gmake"
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17# indented to not put it into config.sh
18 _make="/system/gnu_library/bin/gmake"
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19
20# Architecture name
21archname="hppa1.1"
22
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23# Executable suffix.
24# No, this is not a typo. The ".pm" really is the native
25# executable suffix in VOS. Talk about cosmic resonance.
26_exe=".pm"
27
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28# Object library paths.
29loclibpth="/system/stcp/object_library"
30loclibpth="$loclibpth /system/stcp/object_library/common"
31loclibpth="$loclibpth /system/stcp/object_library/net"
32loclibpth="$loclibpth /system/stcp/object_library/socket"
33loclibpth="$loclibpth /system/posix_object_library/sysv"
34loclibpth="$loclibpth /system/posix_object_library"
35loclibpth="$loclibpth /system/c_object_library"
36loclibpth="$loclibpth /system/object_library"
37glibpth="$loclibpth"
38
39# Include library paths
40locincpth="/system/stcp/include_library"
868439a2 41locincpth="$locincpth /system/include_library/sysv"
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42usrinc="/system/include_library"
43
44# Where to install perl5.
45prefix=/system/ported/perl5
46
47# Linker is gcc.
48ld="gcc"
49
50# No shared libraries.
51so="none"
52
53# Don't use nm.
54usenm="n"
55
56# Make the default be no large file support.
57uselargefiles="n"
58
59# Don't use malloc that comes with perl.
60usemymalloc="n"
61
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62# Make bison the default compiler-compiler.
63yacc="/system/gnu_library/bin/bison"
64
65# VOS doesn't have (or need) a pager, but perl needs one.
66pager="/system/gnu_library/bin/cat.pm"
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67
68# VOS has a bug that causes _exit() to flush all files.
69# This confuses the tests. Make 'em happy here.
70fflushNULL=define
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71
72# VOS has a link() function but it is a dummy.
73d_link="undef"
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74
75# VOS does not have truncate() but we supply one in vos.c
76d_truncate="define"
77archobjs="vos.o"
78
79# Help gmake find vos.c
80test -h vos.c || ln -s vos/vos.c vos.c
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81
82# VOS returns a constant 1 for st_nlink when stat'ing a
83# directory. Therefore, we must set this variable to stop
84# File::Find using the link count to determine whether there are
85# subdirectories to be searched.
86dont_use_nlink=define
87
88# Tell Configure where to find the hosts file.
89hostcat="cat /system/stcp/hosts"
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90
91# VOS does not have socketpair() but we supply one in vos.c
92d_sockpair="define"
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93
94# Once we have the compiler flags defined, Configure will
95# execute the following call-back script. See hints/README.hints
96# for details.
97cat > UU/cc.cbu <<'EOCBU'
98# This script UU/cc.cbu will get 'called-back' by Configure after it
99# has prompted the user for the C compiler to use.
100
101# Compile and run the a test case to see if bug gnu_g++-220 is
102# present. If so, lower the optimization level when compiling
103# pp_pack.c. This works around a bug in unpack.
104
105echo " "
106echo "Testing whether bug gnu_g++-220 is fixed in your compiler..."
107
108# Try compiling the test case.
109if $cc -o t001 -O $ccflags $ldflags ../hints/t001.c; then
110 gccbug=`$run ./t001`
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111 if [ "X$gccversion" = "X" ]; then
112 # Done too late in Configure if hinted
0baa0948 113 gccversion=`$cc -dumpversion`
a4349bea 114 fi
c50b6f56 115 case "$gccbug" in
a4349bea 116 *fails*) cat >&4 <<EOF
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117This C compiler ($gccversion) is known to have optimizer
118problems when compiling pp_pack.c. The Stratus bug number
119for this problem is gnu_g++-220.
120
121Disabling optimization for pp_pack.c.
122EOF
123 case "$pp_pack_cflags" in
124 '') pp_pack_cflags='optimize='
125 echo "pp_pack_cflags='optimize=\"\"'" >> config.sh ;;
126 *) echo "You specified pp_pack_cflags yourself, so we'll go with your value." >&4 ;;
127 esac
128 ;;
129 *) echo "Your compiler is ok." >&4
130 ;;
131 esac
132else
133 echo " "
134 echo "*** WHOA THERE!!! ***" >&4
135 echo " Your C compiler \"$cc\" doesn't seem to be working!" >&4
136 case "$knowitall" in
137 '')
138 echo " You'd better start hunting for one and let me know about it." >&4
139 exit 1
140 ;;
141 esac
142fi
143
144$rm -f t001$_o t001$_exe t001.kp
145EOCBU
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b78f6729 147
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148# VOS 14.7 has minimal support for dynamic linking. Too minimal for perl.
149usedl="undef"