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#!/bin/sh
#
# Copyright (C) 2008-2010 by coresystems GmbH
# written by Patrick Georgi <patrick.georgi@coresystems.de> and
# Stefan Reinauer <stefan.reinauer@coresystems.de>
#
# Copyright (C) 2011 by Sage Electronic Engineering
#
# 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; version 2 of the License.
#
# This program 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 this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Suite 500, Boston, MA 02110-1335, USA
#
CROSSGCC_DATE="November 1st, 2012"
CROSSGCC_VERSION="1.18"
# default settings
TARGETDIR=`pwd`/xgcc
TARGETARCH=i386-elf
DESTDIR=
# version numbers
GMP_VERSION=5.0.5
MPFR_VERSION=3.1.1
MPC_VERSION=1.0.1
LIBELF_VERSION=0.8.13
GCC_VERSION=4.7.2
GCC_AUTOCONF_VERSION=2.64
BINUTILS_VERSION=2.23
GDB_VERSION=7.5
W32API_VERSION=3.17-2
W32API_VERSION_SHORT=3.17
MINGWRT_VERSION=3.20-2
MINGWRT_VERSION_SHORT=3.20
IASL_VERSION=20120420
PYTHON_VERSION=2.7.3
EXPAT_VERSION=2.1.0
# archive locations
GMP_ARCHIVE="http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/gmp/gmp-${GMP_VERSION}.tar.bz2"
MPFR_ARCHIVE="http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/mpfr/mpfr-${MPFR_VERSION}.tar.bz2"
MPC_ARCHIVE="http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/mpc/mpc-${MPC_VERSION}.tar.gz"
LIBELF_ARCHIVE="http://www.mr511.de/software/libelf-${LIBELF_VERSION}.tar.gz"
GCC_ARCHIVE="http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/gcc/gcc-${GCC_VERSION}/gcc-${GCC_VERSION}.tar.bz2"
BINUTILS_ARCHIVE="http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/binutils/binutils-${BINUTILS_VERSION}.tar.gz"
GDB_ARCHIVE="http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/gdb/gdb-${GDB_VERSION}.tar.bz2"
W32API_ARCHIVE="http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/mingw/MinGW/Base/w32api/w32api-${W32API_VERSION_SHORT}/w32api-${W32API_VERSION}-mingw32-src.tar.lzma"
MINGWRT_ARCHIVE="http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/mingw/MinGW/Base/mingw-rt/mingwrt-${MINGWRT_VERSION_SHORT}/mingwrt-${MINGWRT_VERSION}-mingw32-src.tar.lzma"
IASL_ARCHIVE="http://www.acpica.org/download/acpica-unix-${IASL_VERSION}.tar.gz"
PYTHON_ARCHIVE="http://www.python.org/ftp/python/${PYTHON_VERSION}/Python-${PYTHON_VERSION}.tar.bz2"
EXPAT_ARCHIVE="http://downloads.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/expat/expat-${EXPAT_VERSION}.tar.gz"
GMP_DIR="gmp-${GMP_VERSION}"
MPFR_DIR="mpfr-${MPFR_VERSION}"
MPC_DIR="mpc-${MPC_VERSION}"
LIBELF_DIR="libelf-${LIBELF_VERSION}"
GCC_DIR="gcc-${GCC_VERSION}"
BINUTILS_DIR="binutils-${BINUTILS_VERSION}"
GDB_DIR="gdb-${GDB_VERSION}"
W32API_DIR="w32api-${W32API_VERSION}-mingw32"
MINGWRT_DIR="mingwrt-${MINGWRT_VERSION}-mingw32"
IASL_DIR="acpica-unix-${IASL_VERSION}"
PYTHON_DIR="Python-${PYTHON_VERSION}"
EXPAT_DIR="expat-${EXPAT_VERSION}"
SAVETEMPS=0
SKIPGDB=1
SKIPPYTHON=1
red='\033[0;31m'
RED='\033[1;31m'
green='\033[0;32m'
GREEN='\033[1;32m'
blue='\033[0;34m'
BLUE='\033[1;34m'
cyan='\033[0;36m'
CYAN='\033[1;36m'
NC='\033[0m' # No Color
searchgnu()
{
# $1 short name
# result: GNU version of that tool on stdout
# or no output if no GNU version was found
for i in "$1" "g$1" "gnu$1"; do
if test -x "`which $i 2>/dev/null`"; then
if test `$i --version 2>/dev/null |grep -c GNU` \
-gt 0; then
echo $i
return
fi
fi
done
# A workaround for XxxBSD, whose nongnu patch and tar also work.
if [ `uname` = "FreeBSD" -o `uname` = "NetBSD" ]; then
if [ $1 != "make" ]; then
if test -x "`which $1 2>/dev/null`"; then
echo $1
return
fi
fi
fi
printf "${RED}ERROR:${red} Missing toolchain: $1${NC}\n" >&2
exit 1
}
TAR=`searchgnu tar` || exit $?
PATCH=`searchgnu patch` || exit $?
MAKE=`searchgnu make` || exit $?
searchgnu m4 > /dev/null
searchgnu bison > /dev/null
searchgnu flex > /dev/null
cleanup()
{
printf "Cleaning up temporary files... "
rm -rf build-* combined gcc-* gmp-* mpfr-* mpc-* libelf-* binutils-*
rm -rf gdb-* w32api-* mingwrt-* acpica-* python-* expat-*
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
}
myhelp()
{
printf "Usage: $0 [-V] [-c] [-p <platform>] [-d <target directory>] [-D <dest dir>] [-G] [-S]\n"
printf " $0 [-V|--version]\n"
printf " $0 [-h|--help]\n\n"
printf "Options:\n"
printf " [-V|--version] print version number and exit\n"
printf " [-h|--help] print this help and exit\n"
printf " [-c|--clean] remove temporary files before build\n"
printf " [-t|--savetemps] don't remove temporary files after build\n"
printf " [-y|--ccache] Use ccache when building cross compiler\n"
printf " [-j|--jobs <num>] run <num> jobs in parallel in make\n"
printf " [-p|--platform <platform>] target platform to build cross compiler for\n"
printf " (defaults to $TARGETARCH)\n"
printf " [-d|--directory <target dir>] target directory to install cross compiler to\n"
printf " (defaults to $TARGETDIR)\n\n"
printf " [-D|--destdir <dest dir>] destination directory to install cross compiler to\n"
printf " (for RPM builds, default unset)\n"
printf " [-G|--gdb] build GNU debugger\n"
printf " [-S|--scripting] build scripting support for GDB\n\n"
}
myversion()
{
# version tag is always printed, so just print the license here
cat << EOF
Copyright (C) 2008-2010 by coresystems GmbH
Copyright (C) 2011 by Sage Electronic Engineering
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
EOF
}
printf "${blue}Welcome to the ${red}coreboot${blue} cross toolchain builder v$CROSSGCC_VERSION ($CROSSGCC_DATE)${NC}\n\n"
# Look if we have getopt. If not, build it.
export PATH=$PATH:.
getopt - > /dev/null 2>/dev/null || gcc -o getopt getopt.c
# parse parameters.. try to find out whether we're running GNU getopt
getoptbrand="`getopt -V | sed -e '1!d' -e 's,^\(......\).*,\1,'`"
if [ "${getoptbrand}" = "getopt" ]; then
# Detected GNU getopt that supports long options.
args=`getopt -l version,help,clean,directory:,platform:,jobs:,destdir:,savetemps,skip-gdb,ccache Vhcd:p:j:D:tGy -- "$@"`
eval set "$args"
else
# Detected non-GNU getopt
args=`getopt Vhcd:p:j:D:tGy $*`
set -- $args
fi
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
myhelp
exit 1
fi
while true ; do
case "$1" in
-V|--version) shift; myversion; exit 0;;
-h|--help) shift; myhelp; exit 0;;
-c|--clean) shift; cleanup;;
-t|--savetemps) shift; SAVETEMPS=1;;
-d|--directory) shift; TARGETDIR="$1"; shift;;
-p|--platform) shift; TARGETARCH="$1"; shift;;
-D|--destdir) shift; DESTDIR="$1"; shift;;
-j|--jobs) shift; JOBS="-j $1"; shift;;
-G|--gdb) shift; SKIPGDB=0;;
-S|--scripting) shift; SKIPPYTHON=0;;
-y|--ccache) shift; USECCACHE=1;;
--) shift; break;;
-*) printf "Invalid option\n\n"; myhelp; exit 1;;
*) break;;
esac
done
GDB_PACKAGE="GDB"
PYTHON_PACKAGE="PYTHON"
EXPAT_PACKAGE="EXPAT"
if [ $SKIPGDB -eq 1 ]; then
printf "Will skip GDB ... ${green}ok${NC}\n"
GDB_ARCHIVE=""
GDB_PACKAGE=""
if [ $SKIPPYTHON -eq 0 ]; then
printf "Python scripting needs GDB ... disabling ... ${green}ok${NC}\n"
SKIPPYTHON=1
fi
fi
if [ $SKIPPYTHON -eq 1 ]; then
PYTHON_ARCHIVE=""
PYTHON_PACKAGE=""
EXPAT_ARCHIVE=""
EXPAT_PACKAGE=""
fi
MINGW_ARCHIVES=""
if [ "$TARGETARCH" = "i386-mingw32" ]; then
MINGW_ARCHIVES="$W32API_ARCHIVE $MINGWRT_ARCHIVE"
fi
# coreboot does not like the GOLD linker
# USE_GOLD="--enable-gold"
USE_GOLD=""
GCC_OPTIONS="--enable-lto"
if [ ${GCC_VERSION} = "trunk" ]; then
if [ ! -r tarballs/gcc-core-${GCC_VERSION}.tar.bz2 ]; then
printf "Pre-Release GCC ${GCC_VERSION}, checking out subversion trunk\n"
mkdir -p tarballs/.tmp
cd tarballs/.tmp
rm -rf gcc-${GCC_VERSION}
svn export -q svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/trunk gcc-${GCC_VERSION}
printf "done. Now creating tar ball...\n"
tar cjf ../gcc-core-${GCC_VERSION}.tar.bz2 gcc-${GCC_VERSION}
printf "done. Now cleaning up...\n"
cd ..
rm -rf .tmp
cd ..
printf "done.\n"
fi
fi
printf "Downloading tar balls ... \n"
mkdir -p tarballs
for ARCHIVE in $GMP_ARCHIVE $MPFR_ARCHIVE $MPC_ARCHIVE $LIBELF_ARCHIVE \
$GCC_ARCHIVE $BINUTILS_ARCHIVE $GDB_ARCHIVE $MINGW_ARCHIVES \
$IASL_ARCHIVE $PYTHON_ARCHIVE $EXPAT_ARCHIVE; do
FILE=`basename $ARCHIVE`
printf " * $FILE "
test -f tarballs/$FILE && printf "(cached)" || (
printf "(downloading)"
cd tarballs
wget --no-check-certificate -q $ARCHIVE
)
test -f tarballs/$FILE || \
printf "\n${RED}Failed to download $FILE.${NC}\n"
test -f tarballs/$FILE || exit 1
printf "\n"
done
printf "Downloaded tar balls ... "
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
MINGW_PACKAGES=""
if [ "$TARGETARCH" = "i386-mingw32" ]; then
MINGW_PACKAGES="W32API MINGWRT"
fi
printf "Unpacking and patching ... \n"
for PACKAGE in GMP MPFR MPC LIBELF GCC BINUTILS $PYTHON_PACKAGE \
$EXPAT_PACKAGE $GDB_PACKAGE $MINGW_PACKAGES IASL; do
archive=$PACKAGE"_ARCHIVE"
archive="`eval echo '$'$archive`"
dir=$PACKAGE"_DIR"
dir="`eval echo '$'${dir}`"
test -d ${dir} || (
printf " * `basename $archive`\n"
FLAGS=zxf
suffix=`echo $archive | sed 's,.*\.,,'`
test "$suffix" = "gz" && FLAGS=zxf
test "$suffix" = "bz2" && FLAGS=jxf
test "$suffix" = "lzma" && FLAGS="--lzma -xf"
$TAR $FLAGS tarballs/`basename $archive`
for patch in patches/${dir}_*.patch; do
test -r $patch || continue
printf " o `basename $patch`\n"
$PATCH -s -N -p0 < `echo $patch` || \
printf "\n${RED}Failed $patch.${NC}\n"
done
)
done
printf "Unpacked and patched ... "
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
if [ "$TARGETARCH" = "i386-mingw32" ]; then
mkdir -p $TARGETDIR/i386-mingw32/sys-include
mv $MINGWRT_DIR/include/* $W32API_DIR/include/* \
$TARGETDIR/i386-mingw32/sys-include
fi
CC=cc
if [ `uname` = "Darwin" ]; then
#GCC_OPTIONS="$GCC_OPTIONS --enable-threads=posix"
# generally the OS X compiler can create x64 binaries.
# Per default it generated i386 binaries in 10.5 and x64
# binaries in 10.6 (even if the kernel is 32bit)
# For some weird reason, 10.5 autodetects an ABI=64 though
# so we're setting the ABI explicitly here.
if [ `sysctl -n hw.optional.x86_64 2>/dev/null` -eq 1 ] 2>/dev/null; then
OPTIONS="ABI=64"
else
OPTIONS="ABI=32"
fi
# In Xcode 4 the default compiler was switched to gcc-llvm.
# However, this compiler fails to compile gcc 4.6.x. As a
# workaround it's possible to compile gcc with gcc-4.2 or
# clang.
if $CC -v 2>&1 | grep -q LLVM; then
CC=clang
fi
fi
if [ "$USECCACHE" = 1 ]; then
CC="ccache $CC"
fi
mkdir -p build-gmp build-mpfr build-mpc build-libelf build-binutils \
build-gcc build-python build-expat
if [ $SKIPGDB -eq 0 ]; then
mkdir -p build-gdb
fi
if [ -f build-gmp/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping GMP as it is already built\n"
else
printf "Building GMP ${GMP_VERSION} ... "
(
cd build-gmp
rm -f .failed
CC="$CC" ../${GMP_DIR}/configure --disable-shared --prefix=$TARGETDIR $OPTIONS \
|| touch .failed
$MAKE $JOBS || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-gmp/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-gmp/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-gmp/.failed && exit 1
fi
#if [ "$DESTDIR" != "" -a ! -x $TARGETDIR ]; then
# # create compat link
# ln -s $DESTDIR$TARGETDIR $TARGETDIR
#fi
# Now set CFLAGS to match GMP CFLAGS but strip out -pedantic
# as GCC 4.6.x fails if it's there.
HOSTCFLAGS=`grep __GMP_CFLAGS $DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/include/gmp.h |cut -d\" -f2 |\
sed s,-pedantic,,`
if [ -f build-mpfr/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping MPFR as it is already built\n"
else
printf "Building MPFR ${MPFR_VERSION} ... "
(
test `uname` = "Darwin" && CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -force_cpusubtype_ALL"
cd build-mpfr
rm -f .failed
CC="$CC" ../${MPFR_DIR}/configure --disable-shared --prefix=$TARGETDIR \
--infodir=$TARGETDIR/info \
--with-gmp=$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS" || \
touch .failed
$MAKE $JOBS || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
# work around build problem of libgmp.la
if [ "$DESTDIR" != "" ]; then
perl -pi -e "s,$DESTDIR,," $DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/libgmp.la
fi
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-mpfr/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-mpfr/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-mpfr/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ -f build-mpc/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping MPC as it is already built\n"
else
printf "Building MPC ${MPC_VERSION} ... "
(
#test `uname` = "Darwin" && CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -force_cpusubtype_ALL"
cd build-mpc
rm -f .failed
CC="$CC" ../${MPC_DIR}/configure --disable-shared --prefix=$TARGETDIR \
--infodir=$TARGETDIR/info --with-mpfr=$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR \
--with-gmp=$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS" || \
touch .failed
$MAKE $JOBS || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-mpc/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-mpc/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-mpc/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ -f build-libelf/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping libelf as it is already built\n"
else
printf "Building libelf ${LIBELF_VERSION} ... "
(
cd build-libelf
rm -f .failed
echo "$HOSTCFLAGS"
CC="$CC" CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS" libelf_cv_elf_h_works=no \
../${LIBELF_DIR}/configure --disable-shared --prefix=$TARGETDIR \
--infodir=$TARGETDIR/info CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS" || touch .failed
$MAKE $JOBS || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-libelf/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-libelf/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-libelf/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ -f build-binutils/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping binutils as it is already built\n"
else
printf "Building binutils ${BINUTILS_VERSION} ... "
(
# What a pain: binutils don't come with configure
# script anymore. Create it:
cd binutils-${BINUTILS_VERSION}/
autoconf
cd ..
# Now build binutils
cd build-binutils
rm -f .failed
CC="$CC" ../binutils-${BINUTILS_VERSION}/configure --prefix=$TARGETDIR \
--target=${TARGETARCH} --disable-werror --disable-nls \
$USE_GOLD CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS" || touch .failed
$MAKE $JOBS || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-binutils/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-binutils/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-binutils/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ -f build-gcc/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping GCC as it is already built\n"
else
printf "Building GCC ${GCC_VERSION} ... "
(
# Even worse than binutils: GCC does not come with configure
# script anymore, but also enforces an obsolete autoconf version
# to create it. This is a poster child of how autotools help make
# software portable.
cd gcc-${GCC_VERSION}
sed '/dnl Ensure exactly this Autoconf version is used/d' \
config/override.m4 > config/override.m4.new
autoconf_version=`autoconf -V | grep "autoconf" | tr ' ' '\n' | tail -1`
sed "s/${GCC_AUTOCONF_VERSION}/${autoconf_version}/g" \
config/override.m4.new > config/override.m4
autoconf
cd ..
# Now, finally, we can build gcc:
cd build-gcc
export PATH=$PATH:$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/bin
rm -f .failed
# GCC does not honour HOSTCFLAGS at all. CFLAGS are used for
# both target and host object files. This is pretty misdesigned.
# There's a work-around called CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD and CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET
# but it does not seem to work properly. At least the host library
# libiberty is not compiled with CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD.
CC="$CC" CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET="-O2" CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS" \
CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD="$HOSTCFLAGS" ../gcc-${GCC_VERSION}/configure \
--prefix=$TARGETDIR --libexecdir=$TARGETDIR/lib \
--target=${TARGETARCH} --disable-werror --disable-shared \
--disable-libssp --disable-bootstrap --disable-nls \
--disable-libquadmath \
$GCC_OPTIONS --enable-languages="c" $USE_GOLD \
--with-gmp=$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR --with-mpfr=$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR \
--with-mpc=$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR --with-libelf=$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR \
--with-pkgversion="coreboot toolchain v$CROSSGCC_VERSION $CROSSGCC_DATE" \
|| touch .failed
$MAKE $JOBS CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD="$HOSTCFLAGS" || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-gcc/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-gcc/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-gcc/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ -f build-expat/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping Expat as it is already built\n"
elif [ $SKIPPYTHON -eq 1 ]; then
printf "Skipping Expat (Python scripting not enabled)\n"
else
printf "Building Expat ${EXPAT_VERSION} ... "
(
cd build-expat
export PATH=$PATH:$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/bin
rm -f .failed
CC="$CC" CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS" ../${EXPAT_DIR}/configure --disable-shared \
--prefix=$TARGETDIR --target=${TARGETARCH} || touch .failed
$MAKE || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-expat/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-expat/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-expat/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ -f build-python/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping Python as it is already built\n"
elif [ $SKIPPYTHON -eq 1 ]; then
printf "Skipping Python (Python scripting not enabled)\n"
else
printf "Building Python ${PYTHON_VERSION} ... "
(
cd build-python
export PATH=$PATH:$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/bin
rm -f .failed
CC="$CC" CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS" ../${PYTHON_DIR}/configure --prefix=$TARGETDIR \
--target=${TARGETARCH} || touch .failed
$MAKE $JOBS || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-python/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-python/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-python/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ -f build-gdb/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping GDB as it is already built\n"
elif [ $SKIPGDB -eq 1 ]; then
printf "Skipping GDB (GDB support not enabled)\n"
else
printf "Building GDB ${GDB_VERSION} ... "
(
cd build-gdb
export PATH=$PATH:$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/bin
export PYTHONHOME=$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR
rm -f .failed
LDFLAGS="-Wl,-rpath,\$\$ORIGIN/../lib/ -L$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/lib \
-lpthread -ldl -lutil" \
CC="$CC" CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS -I$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/include" \
../gdb-${GDB_VERSION}/configure --prefix=$TARGETDIR \
--target=${TARGETARCH} --disable-werror --disable-nls
$MAKE $JOBS || touch .failed
$MAKE install DESTDIR=$DESTDIR || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > build-gdb/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r build-gdb/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r build-gdb/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ -f $IASL_DIR/source/compiler/.success ]; then
printf "Skipping IASL as it is already built\n"
else
printf "Building IASL ${IASL_VERSION} ... "
(
cd $IASL_DIR/source/compiler
export PATH=$PATH:$DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/bin
rm -f .failed
CFLAGS="$HOSTCFLAGS"
$MAKE CC="$CC" || touch .failed
rm -f $DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/bin/iasl || touch .failed
cp iasl $DESTDIR$TARGETDIR/bin || touch .failed
if [ ! -f .failed ]; then touch .success; fi
) > $IASL_DIR/source/compiler/crossgcc-build.log 2>&1
test -r $IASL_DIR/source/compiler/.failed && printf "${RED}failed${NC}\n" || \
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
test -r $IASL_DIR/source/compiler/.failed && exit 1
fi
if [ $SAVETEMPS -eq 0 ]; then
printf "Cleaning up... "
rm -rf ${GMP_DIR} build-gmp
rm -rf ${MPFR_DIR} build-mpfr
rm -rf ${MPC_DIR} build-mpc
rm -rf ${LIBELF_DIR} build-libelf
rm -rf ${BINUTILS_DIR} build-binutils
rm -rf ${GCC_DIR} build-gcc
rm -rf ${GDB_DIR} build-gdb
rm -rf ${EXPAT_DIR} build-expat
rm -rf ${PYTHON_DIR} build-python
rm -rf ${IASL_DIR}
printf "${green}ok${NC}\n"
else
printf "Leaving temporary files around... ${green}ok${NC}\n"
fi
printf "\n${green}You can now run your $TARGETARCH cross toolchain from $TARGETDIR.${NC}\n"