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SCons / src / engine / SCons / Tool / link.py

"""SCons.Tool.link

Tool-specific initialization for the generic Posix linker.

There normally shouldn't be any need to import this module directly.
It will usually be imported through the generic SCons.Tool.Tool()
selection method.

"""

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__revision__ = "__FILE__ __REVISION__ __DATE__ __DEVELOPER__"

import re

import SCons.Defaults
import SCons.Tool
import SCons.Util
import SCons.Warnings

from SCons.Tool.FortranCommon import isfortran

cplusplus = __import__('c++', globals(), locals(), [])

issued_mixed_link_warning = False

def smart_link(source, target, env, for_signature):
    has_cplusplus = cplusplus.iscplusplus(source)
    has_fortran = isfortran(env, source)
    if has_cplusplus and has_fortran:
        global issued_mixed_link_warning
        if not issued_mixed_link_warning:
            msg = "Using $CXX to link Fortran and C++ code together.\n\t" + \
              "This may generate a buggy executable if the '%s'\n\t" + \
              "compiler does not know how to deal with Fortran runtimes."
            SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.FortranCxxMixWarning,
                                msg % env.subst('$CXX'))
            issued_mixed_link_warning = True
        return '$CXX'
    elif has_fortran:
        return '$FORTRAN'
    elif has_cplusplus:
        return '$CXX'
    return '$CC'

def shlib_emitter(target, source, env):
    Verbose = False
    platform = env.subst('$PLATFORM')
    for tgt in target:
        tgt.attributes.shared = 1
    try:
        # target[0] comes in as libtest.so. Add the version extensions
        version = env.subst('$SHLIBVERSION')
        if version:
            if platform == 'posix':
                versionparts = version.split('.')
                name = target[0].name
                # generate library name with the version number
                version_name = target[0].name + '.' + version
                # change the name of the target to version_name
                target[0].name = version_name
                if Verbose:
                    print "shlib_emitter: target is ", version_name
                    print "shlib_emitter: side effect: ", name
                # make name w/o version number a side effect (will be a sym link)
                env.SideEffect(version_name, target[0])
                env.Clean(target[0], version_name)
                if Verbose:
                    print "shlib_emitter: versionparts ",versionparts
                for ver in versionparts[0:-1]:
                    name = name + '.' + ver
                    if Verbose:
                        print "shlib_emitter: side effect: ", name
                    # make side effects of sym links with partial version number
                    env.SideEffect(name, target[0])
                    env.Clean(target[0], name)
            elif platform == 'darwin':
                shlib_suffix = env.subst('$SHLIBSUFFIX')
                name = target[0].name
                # generate library name with the version number
                suffix_re = re.escape(shlib_suffix)
                version_name = re.sub(suffix_re, '.' + version + shlib_suffix, name)
                # change the name of the target to version_name
                target[0].name = version_name
                if Verbose:
                    print "shlib_emitter: target is ", version_name
                    print "shlib_emitter: side effect: ", name
                # make name w/o version number a side effect (will be a sym link)
                env.SideEffect(version_name, target[0])
                env.Clean(target[0], version_name)
    except KeyError:
        version = None
    return (target, source)

def generate(env):
    """Add Builders and construction variables for gnulink to an Environment."""
    SCons.Tool.createSharedLibBuilder(env)
    SCons.Tool.createProgBuilder(env)

    env['SHLINK']      = '$LINK'
    env['SHLINKFLAGS'] = SCons.Util.CLVar('$LINKFLAGS -shared')
    env['SHLINKCOM']   = '$SHLINK -o $TARGET $SHLINKFLAGS $__RPATH $SOURCES $_LIBDIRFLAGS $_LIBFLAGS'
    # don't set up the emitter, cause AppendUnique will generate a list
    # starting with None :-(
    env.Append(SHLIBEMITTER = [shlib_emitter])
    env['SMARTLINK']   = smart_link
    env['LINK']        = "$SMARTLINK"
    env['LINKFLAGS']   = SCons.Util.CLVar('')
    # __RPATH is only set to something ($_RPATH typically) on platforms that support it.
    env['LINKCOM']     = '$LINK -o $TARGET $LINKFLAGS $__RPATH $SOURCES $_LIBDIRFLAGS $_LIBFLAGS'
    env['LIBDIRPREFIX']='-L'
    env['LIBDIRSUFFIX']=''
    env['_LIBFLAGS']='${_stripixes(LIBLINKPREFIX, LIBS, LIBLINKSUFFIX, LIBPREFIXES, LIBSUFFIXES, __env__)}'
    env['LIBLINKPREFIX']='-l'
    env['LIBLINKSUFFIX']=''

    if env['PLATFORM'] == 'hpux':
        env['SHLIBSUFFIX'] = '.sl'
    elif env['PLATFORM'] == 'aix':
        env['SHLIBSUFFIX'] = '.a'

    # For most platforms, a loadable module is the same as a shared
    # library.  Platforms which are different can override these, but
    # setting them the same means that LoadableModule works everywhere.
    SCons.Tool.createLoadableModuleBuilder(env)
    env['LDMODULE'] = '$SHLINK'
    # don't set up the emitter, cause AppendUnique will generate a list
    # starting with None :-(
    env.Append(LDMODULEEMITTER='$SHLIBEMITTER')
    env['LDMODULEPREFIX'] = '$SHLIBPREFIX' 
    env['LDMODULESUFFIX'] = '$SHLIBSUFFIX' 
    env['LDMODULEFLAGS'] = '$SHLINKFLAGS'
    env['LDMODULECOM'] = '$LDMODULE -o $TARGET $LDMODULEFLAGS $__RPATH $SOURCES $_LIBDIRFLAGS $_LIBFLAGS'



def exists(env):
    # This module isn't really a Tool on its own, it's common logic for
    # other linkers.
    return None

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