[PATCH] scripts: support an empty vendor string

Michael Hope michael.hope@linaro.org
Thu Oct 20 01:28:00 GMT 2011


On 20/10/11 13:35, Michael Hope wrote:
> scripts: support an empty vendor string
>>>
>>>  For Linux and other targets, config.sub defaults to 'unknown'
>>>  if no vendor was specified.  This patch supplies a fake vendor and
>>>  then strips it out afterwards.
>>>
>>>  This is needed to have an Ubuntu style vendorless tuple such as
>>>  arm-linux-gnueabi.  Other features like the alias and sed transform
>>>  don't cover it.

scripts: support an empty vendor string

For Linux and other targets, config.sub defaults to 'unknown'
if no vendor was specified.  If enabled, this patch supplies a fake 
vendor and then strips it out afterwards.

This is needed to have an Ubuntu style vendorless tuple such as
arm-linux-gnueabi.  Other features like the alias and sed transform
don't cover it.

Signed-off-by: Michael Hope <michael.hope@linaro.org>

diff --git a/config/toolchain.in b/config/toolchain.in
index d034315..94755fd 100644
--- a/config/toolchain.in
+++ b/config/toolchain.in
@@ -111,6 +111,18 @@

        Keep the default (unknown) if you don't know better.

+config ALLOW_NO_VENDOR
+    bool
+    prompt "Allow tuples with no vendor"
+    default n
+    help
+      Set this and set the vendor string to an empty string to allow
+      tuples with no vendor component such as 'arm-linux-gnueabi'
+      instead of the default 'arm-unknown-linux-gnueabi'.
+
+      This is a backwards compatibility option for earlier
+      configurations that used an empty string to mean 'unknown'.
+
  config TARGET_ALIAS_SED_EXPR
      string
      prompt "Tuple's sed transform"
diff --git a/scripts/functions b/scripts/functions
index 789b622..2ac4c50 100644
--- a/scripts/functions
+++ b/scripts/functions
@@ -944,6 +944,20 @@
      fi
  }

+# Computes the target tuple from the configuration and the supplied
+# vendor string
+CT_BuildOneTargetTuple() {
+    local vendor="${1}"
+    local target
+
+    target="${CT_TARGET_ARCH}"
+    target="${target}${vendor:+-${vendor}}"
+    target="${target}${CT_TARGET_KERNEL:+-${CT_TARGET_KERNEL}}"
+    target="${target}${CT_TARGET_SYS:+-${CT_TARGET_SYS}}"
+
+    echo "${target}"
+}
+
  # Compute the target tuple from what is provided by the user
  # Usage: CT_DoBuildTargetTuple
  # In fact this function takes the environment variables to build the 
target
@@ -993,10 +1007,7 @@
      CT_DoKernelTupleValues

      # Finish the target tuple construction
-    CT_TARGET="${CT_TARGET_ARCH}"
-    CT_TARGET="${CT_TARGET}${CT_TARGET_VENDOR:+-${CT_TARGET_VENDOR}}"
-    CT_TARGET="${CT_TARGET}${CT_TARGET_KERNEL:+-${CT_TARGET_KERNEL}}"
-    CT_TARGET="${CT_TARGET}${CT_TARGET_SYS:+-${CT_TARGET_SYS}}"
+    CT_TARGET=$(CT_BuildOneTargetTuple "${CT_TARGET_VENDOR}")

      # Sanity checks
      __sed_alias=""
@@ -1010,8 +1021,15 @@
        :*:*:*" "*:) CT_Abort "Don't use spaces in the target sed 
transform, it breaks things.";;
      esac

-    # Canonicalise it
-    CT_TARGET=$(CT_DoConfigSub "${CT_TARGET}")
+    if [ "${CT_ALLOW_NO_VENDOR}" = "y" -a -z "${CT_TARGET_VENDOR}" ]; then
+        # Canonicalise with a fake vendor string then strip it out
+        local target=$(CT_BuildOneTargetTuple "CT_INVALID")
+        CT_TARGET=$(CT_DoConfigSub "${target}" |sed -r -s s:CT_INVALID-::)
+    else
+        # Canonicalise it
+        CT_TARGET=$(CT_DoConfigSub "${CT_TARGET}")
+    fi
+
      # Prepare the target CFLAGS
      CT_ARCH_TARGET_CFLAGS="${CT_ARCH_TARGET_CFLAGS} 
${CT_ARCH_ENDIAN_CFLAG}"
      CT_ARCH_TARGET_CFLAGS="${CT_ARCH_TARGET_CFLAGS} ${CT_ARCH_ARCH_CFLAG}"

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