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/* Distributed under the OSI-approved BSD 3-Clause License. See accompanying
file Copyright.txt or https://cmake.org/licensing for details. */
#include "cmSystemTools.h"
#include "cm_uv.h"
#include "cmAlgorithms.h"
#include "cmDuration.h"
#include "cmProcessOutput.h"
#include "cmRange.h"
#include "cmStringAlgorithms.h"
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
# include "cm_libarchive.h"
# include "cmArchiveWrite.h"
# include "cmLocale.h"
# ifndef __LA_INT64_T
# define __LA_INT64_T la_int64_t
# endif
# ifndef __LA_SSIZE_T
# define __LA_SSIZE_T la_ssize_t
# endif
#endif
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
# include "cmCryptoHash.h"
#endif
#if defined(CMAKE_USE_ELF_PARSER)
# include "cmELF.h"
#endif
#if defined(CMAKE_USE_MACH_PARSER)
# include "cmMachO.h"
#endif
#include <algorithm>
#include <cassert>
#include <cctype>
#include <cerrno>
#include <cstdio>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <cstring>
#include <ctime>
#include <iostream>
#include <sstream>
#include <utility>
#include <vector>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include "cmsys/Directory.hxx"
#include "cmsys/Encoding.hxx"
#include "cmsys/FStream.hxx"
#include "cmsys/RegularExpression.hxx"
#include "cmsys/System.h"
#include "cmsys/Terminal.h"
#if defined(_WIN32)
# include <windows.h>
// include wincrypt.h after windows.h
# include <wincrypt.h>
#else
# include <unistd.h>
# include <sys/time.h>
#endif
#if defined(_WIN32) && \
(defined(_MSC_VER) || defined(__WATCOMC__) || defined(__MINGW32__))
# include <io.h>
#endif
#if defined(__APPLE__)
# include <mach-o/dyld.h>
#endif
#ifdef __QNX__
# include <malloc.h> /* for malloc/free on QNX */
#endif
namespace {
cmSystemTools::InterruptCallback s_InterruptCallback;
cmSystemTools::MessageCallback s_MessageCallback;
cmSystemTools::OutputCallback s_StderrCallback;
cmSystemTools::OutputCallback s_StdoutCallback;
} // namespace
#if !defined(HAVE_ENVIRON_NOT_REQUIRE_PROTOTYPE)
// For GetEnvironmentVariables
# if defined(_WIN32)
extern __declspec(dllimport) char** environ;
# else
extern char** environ;
# endif
#endif
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
static std::string cm_archive_entry_pathname(struct archive_entry* entry)
{
# if cmsys_STL_HAS_WSTRING
return cmsys::Encoding::ToNarrow(archive_entry_pathname_w(entry));
# else
return archive_entry_pathname(entry);
# endif
}
static int cm_archive_read_open_file(struct archive* a, const char* file,
int block_size)
{
# if cmsys_STL_HAS_WSTRING
std::wstring wfile = cmsys::Encoding::ToWide(file);
return archive_read_open_filename_w(a, wfile.c_str(), block_size);
# else
return archive_read_open_filename(a, file, block_size);
# endif
}
#endif
#ifdef _WIN32
#elif defined(__APPLE__)
# include <crt_externs.h>
# define environ (*_NSGetEnviron())
#endif
bool cmSystemTools::s_RunCommandHideConsole = false;
bool cmSystemTools::s_DisableRunCommandOutput = false;
bool cmSystemTools::s_ErrorOccured = false;
bool cmSystemTools::s_FatalErrorOccured = false;
bool cmSystemTools::s_ForceUnixPaths = false;
// replace replace with with as many times as it shows up in source.
// write the result into source.
#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
void cmSystemTools::ExpandRegistryValues(std::string& source, KeyWOW64 view)
{
// Regular expression to match anything inside [...] that begins in HKEY.
// Note that there is a special rule for regular expressions to match a
// close square-bracket inside a list delimited by square brackets.
// The "[^]]" part of this expression will match any character except
// a close square-bracket. The ']' character must be the first in the
// list of characters inside the [^...] block of the expression.
cmsys::RegularExpression regEntry("\\[(HKEY[^]]*)\\]");
// check for black line or comment
while (regEntry.find(source)) {
// the arguments are the second match
std::string key = regEntry.match(1);
std::string val;
if (ReadRegistryValue(key.c_str(), val, view)) {
std::string reg = cmStrCat('[', key, ']');
cmSystemTools::ReplaceString(source, reg.c_str(), val.c_str());
} else {
std::string reg = cmStrCat('[', key, ']');
cmSystemTools::ReplaceString(source, reg.c_str(), "/registry");
}
}
}
#else
void cmSystemTools::ExpandRegistryValues(std::string& source,
KeyWOW64 /*unused*/)
{
cmsys::RegularExpression regEntry("\\[(HKEY[^]]*)\\]");
while (regEntry.find(source)) {
// the arguments are the second match
std::string key = regEntry.match(1);
std::string reg = cmStrCat('[', key, ']');
cmSystemTools::ReplaceString(source, reg.c_str(), "/registry");
}
}
#endif
std::string cmSystemTools::HelpFileName(cm::string_view str)
{
std::string name(str);
cmSystemTools::ReplaceString(name, "<", "");
cmSystemTools::ReplaceString(name, ">", "");
return name;
}
void cmSystemTools::Error(const std::string& m)
{
std::string message = "CMake Error: " + m;
cmSystemTools::s_ErrorOccured = true;
cmSystemTools::Message(message, "Error");
}
void cmSystemTools::SetInterruptCallback(InterruptCallback f)
{
s_InterruptCallback = std::move(f);
}
bool cmSystemTools::GetInterruptFlag()
{
if (s_InterruptCallback) {
return s_InterruptCallback();
}
return false;
}
void cmSystemTools::SetMessageCallback(MessageCallback f)
{
s_MessageCallback = std::move(f);
}
void cmSystemTools::SetStdoutCallback(OutputCallback f)
{
s_StdoutCallback = std::move(f);
}
void cmSystemTools::SetStderrCallback(OutputCallback f)
{
s_StderrCallback = std::move(f);
}
void cmSystemTools::Stderr(const std::string& s)
{
if (s_StderrCallback) {
s_StderrCallback(s);
} else {
std::cerr << s << std::flush;
}
}
void cmSystemTools::Stdout(const std::string& s)
{
if (s_StdoutCallback) {
s_StdoutCallback(s);
} else {
std::cout << s << std::flush;
}
}
void cmSystemTools::Message(const std::string& m, const char* title)
{
if (s_MessageCallback) {
s_MessageCallback(m, title);
} else {
std::cerr << m << std::endl;
}
}
void cmSystemTools::ReportLastSystemError(const char* msg)
{
std::string m =
cmStrCat(msg, ": System Error: ", Superclass::GetLastSystemError());
cmSystemTools::Error(m);
}
void cmSystemTools::ParseWindowsCommandLine(const char* command,
std::vector<std::string>& args)
{
// See the MSDN document "Parsing C Command-Line Arguments" at
// http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/a1y7w461.aspx for rules
// of parsing the windows command line.
bool in_argument = false;
bool in_quotes = false;
int backslashes = 0;
std::string arg;
for (const char* c = command; *c; ++c) {
if (*c == '\\') {
++backslashes;
in_argument = true;
} else if (*c == '"') {
int backslash_pairs = backslashes >> 1;
int backslash_escaped = backslashes & 1;
arg.append(backslash_pairs, '\\');
backslashes = 0;
if (backslash_escaped) {
/* An odd number of backslashes precede this quote.
It is escaped. */
arg.append(1, '"');
} else {
/* An even number of backslashes precede this quote.
It is not escaped. */
in_quotes = !in_quotes;
}
in_argument = true;
} else {
arg.append(backslashes, '\\');
backslashes = 0;
if (cmIsSpace(*c)) {
if (in_quotes) {
arg.append(1, *c);
} else if (in_argument) {
args.push_back(arg);
arg.clear();
in_argument = false;
}
} else {
in_argument = true;
arg.append(1, *c);
}
}
}
arg.append(backslashes, '\\');
if (in_argument) {
args.push_back(arg);
}
}
class cmSystemToolsArgV
{
char** ArgV;
public:
cmSystemToolsArgV(char** argv)
: ArgV(argv)
{
}
~cmSystemToolsArgV()
{
for (char** arg = this->ArgV; arg && *arg; ++arg) {
free(*arg);
}
free(this->ArgV);
}
cmSystemToolsArgV(const cmSystemToolsArgV&) = delete;
cmSystemToolsArgV& operator=(const cmSystemToolsArgV&) = delete;
void Store(std::vector<std::string>& args) const
{
for (char** arg = this->ArgV; arg && *arg; ++arg) {
args.emplace_back(*arg);
}
}
};
void cmSystemTools::ParseUnixCommandLine(const char* command,
std::vector<std::string>& args)
{
// Invoke the underlying parser.
cmSystemToolsArgV argv(cmsysSystem_Parse_CommandForUnix(command, 0));
argv.Store(args);
}
std::vector<std::string> cmSystemTools::HandleResponseFile(
std::vector<std::string>::const_iterator argBeg,
std::vector<std::string>::const_iterator argEnd)
{
std::vector<std::string> arg_full;
for (std::string const& arg : cmMakeRange(argBeg, argEnd)) {
if (cmHasLiteralPrefix(arg, "@")) {
cmsys::ifstream responseFile(arg.substr(1).c_str(), std::ios::in);
if (!responseFile) {
std::string error = cmStrCat("failed to open for reading (",
cmSystemTools::GetLastSystemError(),
"):\n ", cm::string_view(arg).substr(1));
cmSystemTools::Error(error);
} else {
std::string line;
cmSystemTools::GetLineFromStream(responseFile, line);
std::vector<std::string> args2;
#ifdef _WIN32
cmSystemTools::ParseWindowsCommandLine(line.c_str(), args2);
#else
cmSystemTools::ParseUnixCommandLine(line.c_str(), args2);
#endif
cmAppend(arg_full, args2);
}
} else {
arg_full.push_back(arg);
}
}
return arg_full;
}
std::vector<std::string> cmSystemTools::ParseArguments(const std::string& cmd)
{
std::vector<std::string> args;
std::string arg;
bool win_path = false;
const char* command = cmd.c_str();
if (command[0] && command[1] &&
((command[0] != '/' && command[1] == ':' && command[2] == '\\') ||
(command[0] == '\"' && command[1] != '/' && command[2] == ':' &&
command[3] == '\\') ||
(command[0] == '\'' && command[1] != '/' && command[2] == ':' &&
command[3] == '\\') ||
(command[0] == '\\' && command[1] == '\\'))) {
win_path = true;
}
// Split the command into an argv array.
for (const char* c = command; *c;) {
// Skip over whitespace.
while (*c == ' ' || *c == '\t') {
++c;
}
arg.clear();
if (*c == '"') {
// Parse a quoted argument.
++c;
while (*c && *c != '"') {
arg.append(1, *c);
++c;
}
if (*c) {
++c;
}
args.push_back(arg);
} else if (*c == '\'') {
// Parse a quoted argument.
++c;
while (*c && *c != '\'') {
arg.append(1, *c);
++c;
}
if (*c) {
++c;
}
args.push_back(arg);
} else if (*c) {
// Parse an unquoted argument.
while (*c && *c != ' ' && *c != '\t') {
if (*c == '\\' && !win_path) {
++c;
if (*c) {
arg.append(1, *c);
++c;
}
} else {
arg.append(1, *c);
++c;
}
}
args.push_back(arg);
}
}
return args;
}
bool cmSystemTools::SplitProgramFromArgs(std::string const& command,
std::string& program,
std::string& args)
{
const char* c = command.c_str();
// Skip leading whitespace.
while (isspace(static_cast<unsigned char>(*c))) {
++c;
}
// Parse one command-line element up to an unquoted space.
bool in_escape = false;
bool in_double = false;
bool in_single = false;
for (; *c; ++c) {
if (in_single) {
if (*c == '\'') {
in_single = false;
} else {
program += *c;
}
} else if (in_escape) {
in_escape = false;
program += *c;
} else if (*c == '\\') {
in_escape = true;
} else if (in_double) {
if (*c == '"') {
in_double = false;
} else {
program += *c;
}
} else if (*c == '"') {
in_double = true;
} else if (*c == '\'') {
in_single = true;
} else if (isspace(static_cast<unsigned char>(*c))) {
break;
} else {
program += *c;
}
}
// The remainder of the command line holds unparsed arguments.
args = c;
return !in_single && !in_escape && !in_double;
}
size_t cmSystemTools::CalculateCommandLineLengthLimit()
{
size_t sz =
#ifdef _WIN32
// There's a maximum of 65536 bytes and thus 32768 WCHARs on Windows
// However, cmd.exe itself can only handle 8191 WCHARs and Ninja for
// example uses it to spawn processes.
size_t(8191);
#elif defined(__linux)
// MAX_ARG_STRLEN is the maximum length of a string permissible for
// the execve() syscall on Linux. It's defined as (PAGE_SIZE * 32)
// in Linux's binfmts.h
static_cast<size_t>(sysconf(_SC_PAGESIZE) * 32);
#else
size_t(0);
#endif
#if defined(_SC_ARG_MAX)
// ARG_MAX is the maximum size of the command and environment
// that can be passed to the exec functions on UNIX.
// The value in limits.h does not need to be present and may
// depend upon runtime memory constraints, hence sysconf()
// should be used to query it.
long szArgMax = sysconf(_SC_ARG_MAX);
// A return value of -1 signifies an undetermined limit, but
// it does not imply an infinite limit, and thus is ignored.
if (szArgMax != -1) {
// We estimate the size of the environment block to be 1000.
// This isn't accurate at all, but leaves some headroom.
szArgMax = szArgMax < 1000 ? 0 : szArgMax - 1000;
# if defined(_WIN32) || defined(__linux)
sz = std::min(sz, static_cast<size_t>(szArgMax));
# else
sz = static_cast<size_t>(szArgMax);
# endif
}
#endif
return sz;
}
bool cmSystemTools::RunSingleCommand(std::vector<std::string> const& command,
std::string* captureStdOut,
std::string* captureStdErr, int* retVal,
const char* dir, OutputOption outputflag,
cmDuration timeout, Encoding encoding)
{
std::vector<const char*> argv;
argv.reserve(command.size() + 1);
for (std::string const& cmd : command) {
argv.push_back(cmd.c_str());
}
argv.push_back(nullptr);
cmsysProcess* cp = cmsysProcess_New();
cmsysProcess_SetCommand(cp, argv.data());
cmsysProcess_SetWorkingDirectory(cp, dir);
if (cmSystemTools::GetRunCommandHideConsole()) {
cmsysProcess_SetOption(cp, cmsysProcess_Option_HideWindow, 1);
}
if (outputflag == OUTPUT_PASSTHROUGH) {
cmsysProcess_SetPipeShared(cp, cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDOUT, 1);
cmsysProcess_SetPipeShared(cp, cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDERR, 1);
captureStdOut = nullptr;
captureStdErr = nullptr;
} else if (outputflag == OUTPUT_MERGE ||
(captureStdErr && captureStdErr == captureStdOut)) {
cmsysProcess_SetOption(cp, cmsysProcess_Option_MergeOutput, 1);
captureStdErr = nullptr;
}
assert(!captureStdErr || captureStdErr != captureStdOut);
cmsysProcess_SetTimeout(cp, timeout.count());
cmsysProcess_Execute(cp);
std::vector<char> tempStdOut;
std::vector<char> tempStdErr;
char* data;
int length;
int pipe;
cmProcessOutput processOutput(encoding);
std::string strdata;
if (outputflag != OUTPUT_PASSTHROUGH &&
(captureStdOut || captureStdErr || outputflag != OUTPUT_NONE)) {
while ((pipe = cmsysProcess_WaitForData(cp, &data, &length, nullptr)) >
0) {
// Translate NULL characters in the output into valid text.
for (int i = 0; i < length; ++i) {
if (data[i] == '\0') {
data[i] = ' ';
}
}
if (pipe == cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDOUT) {
if (outputflag != OUTPUT_NONE) {
processOutput.DecodeText(data, length, strdata, 1);
cmSystemTools::Stdout(strdata);
}
if (captureStdOut) {
cmAppend(tempStdOut, data, data + length);
}
} else if (pipe == cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDERR) {
if (outputflag != OUTPUT_NONE) {
processOutput.DecodeText(data, length, strdata, 2);
cmSystemTools::Stderr(strdata);
}
if (captureStdErr) {
cmAppend(tempStdErr, data, data + length);
}
}
}
if (outputflag != OUTPUT_NONE) {
processOutput.DecodeText(std::string(), strdata, 1);
if (!strdata.empty()) {
cmSystemTools::Stdout(strdata);
}
processOutput.DecodeText(std::string(), strdata, 2);
if (!strdata.empty()) {
cmSystemTools::Stderr(strdata);
}
}
}
cmsysProcess_WaitForExit(cp, nullptr);
if (captureStdOut) {
captureStdOut->assign(tempStdOut.begin(), tempStdOut.end());
processOutput.DecodeText(*captureStdOut, *captureStdOut);
}
if (captureStdErr) {
captureStdErr->assign(tempStdErr.begin(), tempStdErr.end());
processOutput.DecodeText(*captureStdErr, *captureStdErr);
}
bool result = true;
if (cmsysProcess_GetState(cp) == cmsysProcess_State_Exited) {
if (retVal) {
*retVal = cmsysProcess_GetExitValue(cp);
} else {
if (cmsysProcess_GetExitValue(cp) != 0) {
result = false;
}
}
} else if (cmsysProcess_GetState(cp) == cmsysProcess_State_Exception) {
const char* exception_str = cmsysProcess_GetExceptionString(cp);
if (outputflag != OUTPUT_NONE) {
std::cerr << exception_str << std::endl;
}
if (captureStdErr) {
captureStdErr->append(exception_str, strlen(exception_str));
} else if (captureStdOut) {
captureStdOut->append(exception_str, strlen(exception_str));
}
result = false;
} else if (cmsysProcess_GetState(cp) == cmsysProcess_State_Error) {
const char* error_str = cmsysProcess_GetErrorString(cp);
if (outputflag != OUTPUT_NONE) {
std::cerr << error_str << std::endl;
}
if (captureStdErr) {
captureStdErr->append(error_str, strlen(error_str));
} else if (captureStdOut) {
captureStdOut->append(error_str, strlen(error_str));
}
result = false;
} else if (cmsysProcess_GetState(cp) == cmsysProcess_State_Expired) {
const char* error_str = "Process terminated due to timeout\n";
if (outputflag != OUTPUT_NONE) {
std::cerr << error_str << std::endl;
}
if (captureStdErr) {
captureStdErr->append(error_str, strlen(error_str));
}
result = false;
}
cmsysProcess_Delete(cp);
return result;
}
bool cmSystemTools::RunSingleCommand(const std::string& command,
std::string* captureStdOut,
std::string* captureStdErr, int* retVal,
const char* dir, OutputOption outputflag,
cmDuration timeout)
{
if (s_DisableRunCommandOutput) {
outputflag = OUTPUT_NONE;
}
std::vector<std::string> args = cmSystemTools::ParseArguments(command);
if (args.empty()) {
return false;
}
return cmSystemTools::RunSingleCommand(args, captureStdOut, captureStdErr,
retVal, dir, outputflag, timeout);
}
std::string cmSystemTools::PrintSingleCommand(
std::vector<std::string> const& command)
{
if (command.empty()) {
return std::string();
}
return cmWrap('"', command, '"', " ");
}
bool cmSystemTools::DoesFileExistWithExtensions(
const std::string& name, const std::vector<std::string>& headerExts)
{
std::string hname;
for (std::string const& headerExt : headerExts) {
hname = cmStrCat(name, '.', headerExt);
if (cmSystemTools::FileExists(hname)) {
return true;
}
}
return false;
}
std::string cmSystemTools::FileExistsInParentDirectories(
const std::string& fname, const std::string& directory,
const std::string& toplevel)
{
std::string file = fname;
cmSystemTools::ConvertToUnixSlashes(file);
std::string dir = directory;
cmSystemTools::ConvertToUnixSlashes(dir);
std::string prevDir;
while (dir != prevDir) {
std::string path = cmStrCat(dir, "/", file);
if (cmSystemTools::FileExists(path)) {
return path;
}
if (dir.size() < toplevel.size()) {
break;
}
prevDir = dir;
dir = cmSystemTools::GetParentDirectory(dir);
}
return "";
}
#ifdef _WIN32
cmSystemTools::WindowsFileRetry cmSystemTools::GetWindowsFileRetry()
{
static WindowsFileRetry retry = { 0, 0 };
if (!retry.Count) {
unsigned int data[2] = { 0, 0 };
HKEY const keys[2] = { HKEY_CURRENT_USER, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE };
wchar_t const* const values[2] = { L"FilesystemRetryCount",
L"FilesystemRetryDelay" };
for (int k = 0; k < 2; ++k) {
HKEY hKey;
if (RegOpenKeyExW(keys[k], L"Software\\Kitware\\CMake\\Config", 0,
KEY_QUERY_VALUE, &hKey) == ERROR_SUCCESS) {
for (int v = 0; v < 2; ++v) {
DWORD dwData, dwType, dwSize = 4;
if (!data[v] &&
RegQueryValueExW(hKey, values[v], 0, &dwType, (BYTE*)&dwData,
&dwSize) == ERROR_SUCCESS &&
dwType == REG_DWORD && dwSize == 4) {
data[v] = static_cast<unsigned int>(dwData);
}
}
RegCloseKey(hKey);
}
}
retry.Count = data[0] ? data[0] : 5;
retry.Delay = data[1] ? data[1] : 500;
}
return retry;
}
#endif
std::string cmSystemTools::GetRealPathResolvingWindowsSubst(
const std::string& path, std::string* errorMessage)
{
#ifdef _WIN32
// uv_fs_realpath uses Windows Vista API so fallback to kwsys if not found
std::string resolved_path;
uv_fs_t req;
int err = uv_fs_realpath(NULL, &req, path.c_str(), NULL);
if (!err) {
resolved_path = std::string((char*)req.ptr);
cmSystemTools::ConvertToUnixSlashes(resolved_path);
// Normalize to upper-case drive letter as GetActualCaseForPath does.
if (resolved_path.size() > 1 && resolved_path[1] == ':') {
resolved_path[0] = toupper(resolved_path[0]);
}
} else if (err == UV_ENOSYS) {
resolved_path = cmsys::SystemTools::GetRealPath(path, errorMessage);
} else if (errorMessage) {
LPSTR message = NULL;
DWORD size = FormatMessageA(
FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER | FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM |
FORMAT_MESSAGE_IGNORE_INSERTS,
NULL, err, MAKELANGID(LANG_NEUTRAL, SUBLANG_DEFAULT), (LPSTR)&message, 0,
NULL);
*errorMessage = std::string(message, size);
LocalFree(message);
resolved_path = "";
} else {
resolved_path = path;
}
return resolved_path;
#else
return cmsys::SystemTools::GetRealPath(path, errorMessage);
#endif
}
void cmSystemTools::InitializeLibUV()
{
#if defined(_WIN32)
// Perform libuv one-time initialization now, and then un-do its
// global _fmode setting so that using libuv does not change the
// default file text/binary mode. See libuv issue 840.
uv_loop_close(uv_default_loop());
# ifdef _MSC_VER
_set_fmode(_O_TEXT);
# else
_fmode = _O_TEXT;
# endif
// Replace libuv's report handler with our own to suppress popups.
cmSystemTools::EnableMSVCDebugHook();
#endif
}
bool cmSystemTools::RenameFile(const std::string& oldname,
const std::string& newname)
{
#ifdef _WIN32
# ifndef INVALID_FILE_ATTRIBUTES
# define INVALID_FILE_ATTRIBUTES ((DWORD)-1)
# endif
/* Windows MoveFileEx may not replace read-only or in-use files. If it
fails then remove the read-only attribute from any existing destination.
Try multiple times since we may be racing against another process
creating/opening the destination file just before our MoveFileEx. */
WindowsFileRetry retry = cmSystemTools::GetWindowsFileRetry();
while (
!MoveFileExW(SystemTools::ConvertToWindowsExtendedPath(oldname).c_str(),
SystemTools::ConvertToWindowsExtendedPath(newname).c_str(),
MOVEFILE_REPLACE_EXISTING) &&
--retry.Count) {
DWORD last_error = GetLastError();
// Try again only if failure was due to access/sharing permissions.
if (last_error != ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED &&
last_error != ERROR_SHARING_VIOLATION) {
return false;
}
DWORD attrs = GetFileAttributesW(
SystemTools::ConvertToWindowsExtendedPath(newname).c_str());
if ((attrs != INVALID_FILE_ATTRIBUTES) &&
(attrs & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_READONLY)) {
// Remove the read-only attribute from the destination file.
SetFileAttributesW(
SystemTools::ConvertToWindowsExtendedPath(newname).c_str(),
attrs & ~FILE_ATTRIBUTE_READONLY);
} else {
// The file may be temporarily in use so wait a bit.
cmSystemTools::Delay(retry.Delay);
}
}
return retry.Count > 0;
#else
/* On UNIX we have an OS-provided call to do this atomically. */
return rename(oldname.c_str(), newname.c_str()) == 0;
#endif
}
void cmSystemTools::MoveFileIfDifferent(const std::string& source,
const std::string& destination)
{
if (FilesDiffer(source, destination)) {
if (RenameFile(source, destination)) {
return;
}
CopyFileAlways(source, destination);
}
RemoveFile(source);
}
std::string cmSystemTools::ComputeFileHash(const std::string& source,
cmCryptoHash::Algo algo)
{
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
cmCryptoHash hash(algo);
return hash.HashFile(source);
#else
(void)source;
cmSystemTools::Message("hashsum not supported in bootstrapping mode",
"Error");
return std::string();
#endif
}
std::string cmSystemTools::ComputeStringMD5(const std::string& input)
{
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
cmCryptoHash md5(cmCryptoHash::AlgoMD5);
return md5.HashString(input);
#else
(void)input;
cmSystemTools::Message("md5sum not supported in bootstrapping mode",
"Error");
return "";
#endif
}
std::string cmSystemTools::ComputeCertificateThumbprint(
const std::string& source)
{
std::string thumbprint;
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP) && defined(_WIN32)
BYTE* certData = NULL;
CRYPT_INTEGER_BLOB cryptBlob;
HCERTSTORE certStore = NULL;
PCCERT_CONTEXT certContext = NULL;
HANDLE certFile = CreateFileW(
cmsys::Encoding::ToWide(source.c_str()).c_str(), GENERIC_READ,
FILE_SHARE_READ, NULL, OPEN_EXISTING, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL, NULL);
if (certFile != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE && certFile != NULL) {
DWORD fileSize = GetFileSize(certFile, NULL);
if (fileSize != INVALID_FILE_SIZE) {
certData = new BYTE[fileSize];
if (certData != NULL) {
DWORD dwRead = 0;
if (ReadFile(certFile, certData, fileSize, &dwRead, NULL)) {
cryptBlob.cbData = fileSize;
cryptBlob.pbData = certData;
// Verify that this is a valid cert
if (PFXIsPFXBlob(&cryptBlob)) {
// Open the certificate as a store
certStore = PFXImportCertStore(&cryptBlob, NULL, CRYPT_EXPORTABLE);
if (certStore != NULL) {
// There should only be 1 cert.
certContext =
CertEnumCertificatesInStore(certStore, certContext);
if (certContext != NULL) {
// The hash is 20 bytes
BYTE hashData[20];
DWORD hashLength = 20;
// Buffer to print the hash. Each byte takes 2 chars +
// terminating character
char hashPrint[41];
char* pHashPrint = hashPrint;
// Get the hash property from the certificate
if (CertGetCertificateContextProperty(
certContext, CERT_HASH_PROP_ID, hashData, &hashLength)) {
for (DWORD i = 0; i < hashLength; i++) {
// Convert each byte to hexadecimal
sprintf(pHashPrint, "%02X", hashData[i]);
pHashPrint += 2;
}
*pHashPrint = '\0';
thumbprint = hashPrint;
}
CertFreeCertificateContext(certContext);
}
CertCloseStore(certStore, 0);
}
}
}
delete[] certData;
}
}
CloseHandle(certFile);
}
#else
(void)source;
cmSystemTools::Message("ComputeCertificateThumbprint is not implemented",
"Error");
#endif
return thumbprint;
}
void cmSystemTools::Glob(const std::string& directory,
const std::string& regexp,
std::vector<std::string>& files)
{
cmsys::Directory d;
cmsys::RegularExpression reg(regexp.c_str());
if (d.Load(directory)) {
size_t numf;
unsigned int i;
numf = d.GetNumberOfFiles();
for (i = 0; i < numf; i++) {
std::string fname = d.GetFile(i);
if (reg.find(fname)) {
files.push_back(std::move(fname));
}
}
}
}
void cmSystemTools::GlobDirs(const std::string& path,
std::vector<std::string>& files)
{
std::string::size_type pos = path.find("/*");
if (pos == std::string::npos) {
files.push_back(path);
return;
}
std::string startPath = path.substr(0, pos);
std::string finishPath = path.substr(pos + 2);
cmsys::Directory d;
if (d.Load(startPath)) {
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < d.GetNumberOfFiles(); ++i) {
if ((std::string(d.GetFile(i)) != ".") &&
(std::string(d.GetFile(i)) != "..")) {
std::string fname = cmStrCat(startPath, '/', d.GetFile(i));
if (cmSystemTools::FileIsDirectory(fname)) {
fname += finishPath;
cmSystemTools::GlobDirs(fname, files);
}
}
}
}
}
bool cmSystemTools::SimpleGlob(const std::string& glob,
std::vector<std::string>& files,
int type /* = 0 */)
{
files.clear();
if (glob.back() != '*') {
return false;
}
std::string path = cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(glob);
std::string ppath = cmSystemTools::GetFilenameName(glob);
ppath = ppath.substr(0, ppath.size() - 1);
if (path.empty()) {
path = "/";
}
bool res = false;
cmsys::Directory d;
if (d.Load(path)) {
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < d.GetNumberOfFiles(); ++i) {
if ((std::string(d.GetFile(i)) != ".") &&
(std::string(d.GetFile(i)) != "..")) {
std::string fname = path;
if (path.back() != '/') {
fname += "/";
}
fname += d.GetFile(i);
std::string sfname = d.GetFile(i);
if (type > 0 && cmSystemTools::FileIsDirectory(fname)) {
continue;
}
if (type < 0 && !cmSystemTools::FileIsDirectory(fname)) {
continue;
}
if (sfname.size() >= ppath.size() &&
sfname.substr(0, ppath.size()) == ppath) {
files.push_back(fname);
res = true;
}
}
}
}
return res;
}
std::string cmSystemTools::ConvertToOutputPath(std::string const& path)
{
#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
if (s_ForceUnixPaths) {
return cmSystemTools::ConvertToUnixOutputPath(path);
}
return cmSystemTools::ConvertToWindowsOutputPath(path);
#else
return cmSystemTools::ConvertToUnixOutputPath(path);
#endif
}
void cmSystemTools::ConvertToOutputSlashes(std::string& path)
{
#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
if (!s_ForceUnixPaths) {
// Convert to windows slashes.
std::string::size_type pos = 0;
while ((pos = path.find('/', pos)) != std::string::npos) {
path[pos++] = '\\';
}
}
#else
static_cast<void>(path);
#endif
}
std::string cmSystemTools::ConvertToRunCommandPath(const std::string& path)
{
#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
return cmSystemTools::ConvertToWindowsOutputPath(path);
#else
return cmSystemTools::ConvertToUnixOutputPath(path);
#endif
}
// compute the relative path from here to there
std::string cmSystemTools::RelativePath(std::string const& local,
std::string const& remote)
{
if (!cmSystemTools::FileIsFullPath(local)) {
cmSystemTools::Error("RelativePath must be passed a full path to local: " +
local);
}
if (!cmSystemTools::FileIsFullPath(remote)) {
cmSystemTools::Error(
"RelativePath must be passed a full path to remote: " + remote);
}
return cmsys::SystemTools::RelativePath(local, remote);
}
std::string cmSystemTools::ForceToRelativePath(std::string const& local_path,
std::string const& remote_path)
{
// The paths should never be quoted.
assert(local_path.front() != '\"');
assert(remote_path.front() != '\"');
// The local path should never have a trailing slash except if it is just the
// bare root directory
assert(local_path.empty() || local_path.back() != '/' ||
local_path.size() == 1 ||
(local_path.size() == 3 && local_path[1] == ':' &&
((local_path[0] >= 'A' && local_path[0] <= 'Z') ||
(local_path[0] >= 'a' && local_path[0] <= 'z'))));
// If the path is already relative then just return the path.
if (!cmSystemTools::FileIsFullPath(remote_path)) {
return remote_path;
}
// Identify the longest shared path component between the remote
// path and the local path.
std::vector<std::string> local;
cmSystemTools::SplitPath(local_path, local);
std::vector<std::string> remote;
cmSystemTools::SplitPath(remote_path, remote);
unsigned int common = 0;
while (common < remote.size() && common < local.size() &&
cmSystemTools::ComparePath(remote[common], local[common])) {
++common;
}
// If no part of the path is in common then return the full path.
if (common == 0) {
return remote_path;
}
// If the entire path is in common then just return a ".".
if (common == remote.size() && common == local.size()) {
return ".";
}
// If the entire path is in common except for a trailing slash then
// just return a "./".
if (common + 1 == remote.size() && remote[common].empty() &&
common == local.size()) {
return "./";
}
// Construct the relative path.
std::string relative;
// First add enough ../ to get up to the level of the shared portion
// of the path. Leave off the trailing slash. Note that the last
// component of local will never be empty because local should never
// have a trailing slash.
for (unsigned int i = common; i < local.size(); ++i) {
relative += "..";
if (i < local.size() - 1) {
relative += "/";
}
}
// Now add the portion of the destination path that is not included
// in the shared portion of the path. Add a slash the first time
// only if there was already something in the path. If there was a
// trailing slash in the input then the last iteration of the loop
// will add a slash followed by an empty string which will preserve
// the trailing slash in the output.
if (!relative.empty() && !remote.empty()) {
relative += "/";
}
relative += cmJoin(cmMakeRange(remote).advance(common), "/");
// Finally return the path.
return relative;
}
#ifndef CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP
bool cmSystemTools::UnsetEnv(const char* value)
{
# if !defined(HAVE_UNSETENV)
std::string var = cmStrCat(value, '=');
return cmSystemTools::PutEnv(var.c_str());
# else
unsetenv(value);
return true;
# endif
}
std::vector<std::string> cmSystemTools::GetEnvironmentVariables()
{
std::vector<std::string> env;
int cc;
for (cc = 0; environ[cc]; ++cc) {
env.emplace_back(environ[cc]);
}
return env;
}
void cmSystemTools::AppendEnv(std::vector<std::string> const& env)
{
for (std::string const& eit : env) {
cmSystemTools::PutEnv(eit);
}
}
cmSystemTools::SaveRestoreEnvironment::SaveRestoreEnvironment()
{
this->Env = cmSystemTools::GetEnvironmentVariables();
}
cmSystemTools::SaveRestoreEnvironment::~SaveRestoreEnvironment()
{
// First clear everything in the current environment:
std::vector<std::string> currentEnv = GetEnvironmentVariables();
for (std::string var : currentEnv) {
std::string::size_type pos = var.find('=');
if (pos != std::string::npos) {
var = var.substr(0, pos);
}
cmSystemTools::UnsetEnv(var.c_str());
}
// Then put back each entry from the original environment:
cmSystemTools::AppendEnv(this->Env);
}
#endif
void cmSystemTools::EnableVSConsoleOutput()
{
#ifdef _WIN32
// Visual Studio tools like devenv may not
// display output to the console unless this environment variable is
// set. We need it to capture the output of these build tools.
// Note for future work that one could pass "/out \\.\pipe\NAME" to
// either of these executables where NAME is created with
// CreateNamedPipe. This would bypass the internal buffering of the
// output and allow it to be captured on the fly.
cmSystemTools::PutEnv("vsconsoleoutput=1");
# ifndef CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP
// VS sets an environment variable to tell MS tools like "cl" to report
// output through a backdoor pipe instead of stdout/stderr. Unset the
// environment variable to close this backdoor for any path of process
// invocations that passes through CMake so we can capture the output.
cmSystemTools::UnsetEnv("VS_UNICODE_OUTPUT");
# endif
#endif
}
bool cmSystemTools::IsPathToFramework(const std::string& path)
{
return (cmSystemTools::FileIsFullPath(path) &&
cmHasLiteralSuffix(path, ".framework"));
}
bool cmSystemTools::CreateTar(const std::string& outFileName,
const std::vector<std::string>& files,
cmTarCompression compressType, bool verbose,
std::string const& mtime,
std::string const& format)
{
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
std::string cwd = cmSystemTools::GetCurrentWorkingDirectory();
cmsys::ofstream fout(outFileName.c_str(), std::ios::out | std::ios::binary);
if (!fout) {
std::string e = cmStrCat("Cannot open output file \"", outFileName,
"\": ", cmSystemTools::GetLastSystemError());
cmSystemTools::Error(e);
return false;
}
cmArchiveWrite::Compress compress = cmArchiveWrite::CompressNone;
switch (compressType) {
case TarCompressGZip:
compress = cmArchiveWrite::CompressGZip;
break;
case TarCompressBZip2:
compress = cmArchiveWrite::CompressBZip2;
break;
case TarCompressXZ:
compress = cmArchiveWrite::CompressXZ;
break;
case TarCompressZstd:
compress = cmArchiveWrite::CompressZstd;
break;
case TarCompressNone:
compress = cmArchiveWrite::CompressNone;
break;
}
cmArchiveWrite a(fout, compress, format.empty() ? "paxr" : format);
a.SetMTime(mtime);
a.SetVerbose(verbose);
bool tarCreatedSuccessfully = true;
for (auto path : files) {
if (cmSystemTools::FileIsFullPath(path)) {
// Get the relative path to the file.
path = cmSystemTools::RelativePath(cwd, path);
}
if (!a.Add(path)) {
cmSystemTools::Error(a.GetError());
tarCreatedSuccessfully = false;
}
}
return tarCreatedSuccessfully;
#else
(void)outFileName;
(void)files;
(void)verbose;
return false;
#endif
}
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
namespace {
# define BSDTAR_FILESIZE_PRINTF "%lu"
# define BSDTAR_FILESIZE_TYPE unsigned long
void list_item_verbose(FILE* out, struct archive_entry* entry)
{
char tmp[100];
size_t w;
const char* p;
const char* fmt;
time_t tim;
static time_t now;
size_t u_width = 6;
size_t gs_width = 13;
/*
* We avoid collecting the entire list in memory at once by
* listing things as we see them. However, that also means we can't
* just pre-compute the field widths. Instead, we start with guesses
* and just widen them as necessary. These numbers are completely
* arbitrary.
*/
if (!now) {
time(&now);
}
fprintf(out, "%s %d ", archive_entry_strmode(entry),
archive_entry_nlink(entry));
/* Use uname if it's present, else uid. */
p = archive_entry_uname(entry);
if ((p == nullptr) || (*p == '\0')) {
sprintf(tmp, "%lu ", static_cast<unsigned long>(archive_entry_uid(entry)));
p = tmp;
}
w = strlen(p);
if (w > u_width) {
u_width = w;
}
fprintf(out, "%-*s ", static_cast<int>(u_width), p);
/* Use gname if it's present, else gid. */
p = archive_entry_gname(entry);
if (p != nullptr && p[0] != '\0') {
fprintf(out, "%s", p);
w = strlen(p);
} else {
sprintf(tmp, "%lu", static_cast<unsigned long>(archive_entry_gid(entry)));
w = strlen(tmp);
fprintf(out, "%s", tmp);
}
/*
* Print device number or file size, right-aligned so as to make
* total width of group and devnum/filesize fields be gs_width.
* If gs_width is too small, grow it.
*/
if (archive_entry_filetype(entry) == AE_IFCHR ||
archive_entry_filetype(entry) == AE_IFBLK) {
unsigned long rdevmajor = archive_entry_rdevmajor(entry);
unsigned long rdevminor = archive_entry_rdevminor(entry);
sprintf(tmp, "%lu,%lu", rdevmajor, rdevminor);
} else {
/*
* Note the use of platform-dependent macros to format
* the filesize here. We need the format string and the
* corresponding type for the cast.
*/
sprintf(tmp, BSDTAR_FILESIZE_PRINTF,
static_cast<BSDTAR_FILESIZE_TYPE>(archive_entry_size(entry)));
}
if (w + strlen(tmp) >= gs_width) {
gs_width = w + strlen(tmp) + 1;
}
fprintf(out, "%*s", static_cast<int>(gs_width - w), tmp);
/* Format the time using 'ls -l' conventions. */
tim = archive_entry_mtime(entry);
# define HALF_YEAR ((time_t)365 * 86400 / 2)
# if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
/* Windows' strftime function does not support %e format. */
# define DAY_FMT "%d"
# else
# define DAY_FMT "%e" /* Day number without leading zeros */
# endif
if (tim < now - HALF_YEAR || tim > now + HALF_YEAR) {
fmt = DAY_FMT " %b %Y";
} else {
fmt = DAY_FMT " %b %H:%M";
}
strftime(tmp, sizeof(tmp), fmt, localtime(&tim));
fprintf(out, " %s ", tmp);
fprintf(out, "%s", cm_archive_entry_pathname(entry).c_str());
/* Extra information for links. */
if (archive_entry_hardlink(entry)) /* Hard link */
{
fprintf(out, " link to %s", archive_entry_hardlink(entry));
} else if (archive_entry_symlink(entry)) /* Symbolic link */
{
fprintf(out, " -> %s", archive_entry_symlink(entry));
}
fflush(out);
}
void ArchiveError(const char* m1, struct archive* a)
{
std::string message(m1);
const char* m2 = archive_error_string(a);
if (m2) {
message += m2;
}
cmSystemTools::Error(message);
}
bool la_diagnostic(struct archive* ar, __LA_SSIZE_T r)
{
// See archive.h definition of ARCHIVE_OK for return values.
if (r >= ARCHIVE_OK) {
return true;
}
if (r >= ARCHIVE_WARN) {
const char* warn = archive_error_string(ar);
if (!warn) {
warn = "unknown warning";
}
std::cerr << "cmake -E tar: warning: " << warn << '\n';
return true;
}
// Error.
const char* err = archive_error_string(ar);
if (!err) {
err = "unknown error";
}
std::cerr << "cmake -E tar: error: " << err << '\n';
return false;
}
// Return 'true' on success
bool copy_data(struct archive* ar, struct archive* aw)
{
long r;
const void* buff;
size_t size;
# if defined(ARCHIVE_VERSION_NUMBER) && ARCHIVE_VERSION_NUMBER >= 3000000
__LA_INT64_T offset;
# else
off_t offset;
# endif
for (;;) {
// See archive.h definition of ARCHIVE_OK for return values.
r = archive_read_data_block(ar, &buff, &size, &offset);
if (r == ARCHIVE_EOF) {
return true;
}
if (!la_diagnostic(ar, r)) {
return false;
}
// See archive.h definition of ARCHIVE_OK for return values.
__LA_SSIZE_T const w = archive_write_data_block(aw, buff, size, offset);
if (!la_diagnostic(ar, w)) {
return false;
}
}
# if !defined(__clang__) && !defined(__HP_aCC)
return false; /* this should not happen but it quiets some compilers */
# endif
}
bool extract_tar(const std::string& outFileName,
const std::vector<std::string>& files, bool verbose,
bool extract)
{
cmLocaleRAII localeRAII;
static_cast<void>(localeRAII);
struct archive* a = archive_read_new();
struct archive* ext = archive_write_disk_new();
archive_read_support_filter_all(a);
archive_read_support_format_all(a);
struct archive_entry* entry;
struct archive* matching = archive_match_new();
if (matching == nullptr) {
cmSystemTools::Error("Out of memory");
return false;
}
for (const auto& filename : files) {
if (archive_match_include_pattern(matching, filename.c_str()) !=
ARCHIVE_OK) {
cmSystemTools::Error("Failed to add to inclusion list: " + filename);
return false;
}
}
int r = cm_archive_read_open_file(a, outFileName.c_str(), 10240);
if (r) {
ArchiveError("Problem with archive_read_open_file(): ", a);
archive_write_free(ext);
archive_read_close(a);
return false;
}
for (;;) {
r = archive_read_next_header(a, &entry);
if (r == ARCHIVE_EOF) {
break;
}
if (r != ARCHIVE_OK) {
ArchiveError("Problem with archive_read_next_header(): ", a);
break;
}
if (archive_match_excluded(matching, entry)) {
continue;
}
if (verbose) {
if (extract) {
cmSystemTools::Stdout("x ");
cmSystemTools::Stdout(cm_archive_entry_pathname(entry));
} else {
list_item_verbose(stdout, entry);
}
cmSystemTools::Stdout("\n");
} else if (!extract) {
cmSystemTools::Stdout(cm_archive_entry_pathname(entry));
cmSystemTools::Stdout("\n");
}
if (extract) {
r = archive_write_disk_set_options(ext, ARCHIVE_EXTRACT_TIME);
if (r != ARCHIVE_OK) {
ArchiveError("Problem with archive_write_disk_set_options(): ", ext);
break;
}
r = archive_write_header(ext, entry);
if (r == ARCHIVE_OK) {
if (!copy_data(a, ext)) {
break;
}
r = archive_write_finish_entry(ext);
if (r != ARCHIVE_OK) {
ArchiveError("Problem with archive_write_finish_entry(): ", ext);
break;
}
}
# ifdef _WIN32
else if (const char* linktext = archive_entry_symlink(entry)) {
std::cerr << "cmake -E tar: warning: skipping symbolic link \""
<< cm_archive_entry_pathname(entry) << "\" -> \"" << linktext
<< "\"." << std::endl;
}
# endif
else {
ArchiveError("Problem with archive_write_header(): ", ext);
cmSystemTools::Error("Current file: " +
cm_archive_entry_pathname(entry));
break;
}
}
}
bool error_occured = false;
if (matching != nullptr) {
const char* p;
int ar;
while ((ar = archive_match_path_unmatched_inclusions_next(matching, &p)) ==
ARCHIVE_OK) {
cmSystemTools::Error("tar: " + std::string(p) +
": Not found in archive");
error_occured = true;
}
if (error_occured) {
return false;
}
if (ar == ARCHIVE_FATAL) {
cmSystemTools::Error("tar: Out of memory");
return false;
}
}
archive_match_free(matching);
archive_write_free(ext);
archive_read_close(a);
archive_read_free(a);
return r == ARCHIVE_EOF || r == ARCHIVE_OK;
}
}
#endif
bool cmSystemTools::ExtractTar(const std::string& outFileName,
const std::vector<std::string>& files,
bool verbose)
{
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
return extract_tar(outFileName, files, verbose, true);
#else
(void)outFileName;
(void)files;
(void)verbose;
return false;
#endif
}
bool cmSystemTools::ListTar(const std::string& outFileName,
const std::vector<std::string>& files,
bool verbose)
{
#if !defined(CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP)
return extract_tar(outFileName, files, verbose, false);
#else
(void)outFileName;
(void)files;
(void)verbose;
return false;
#endif
}
int cmSystemTools::WaitForLine(cmsysProcess* process, std::string& line,
cmDuration timeout, std::vector<char>& out,
std::vector<char>& err)
{
line.clear();
auto outiter = out.begin();
auto erriter = err.begin();
cmProcessOutput processOutput;
std::string strdata;
while (true) {
// Check for a newline in stdout.
for (; outiter != out.end(); ++outiter) {
if ((*outiter == '\r') && ((outiter + 1) == out.end())) {
break;
}
if (*outiter == '\n' || *outiter == '\0') {
std::vector<char>::size_type length = outiter - out.begin();
if (length > 1 && *(outiter - 1) == '\r') {
--length;
}
if (length > 0) {
line.append(&out[0], length);
}
out.erase(out.begin(), outiter + 1);
return cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDOUT;
}
}
// Check for a newline in stderr.
for (; erriter != err.end(); ++erriter) {
if ((*erriter == '\r') && ((erriter + 1) == err.end())) {
break;
}
if (*erriter == '\n' || *erriter == '\0') {
std::vector<char>::size_type length = erriter - err.begin();
if (length > 1 && *(erriter - 1) == '\r') {
--length;
}
if (length > 0) {
line.append(&err[0], length);
}
err.erase(err.begin(), erriter + 1);
return cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDERR;
}
}
// No newlines found. Wait for more data from the process.
int length;
char* data;
double timeoutAsDbl = timeout.count();
int pipe =
cmsysProcess_WaitForData(process, &data, &length, &timeoutAsDbl);
if (pipe == cmsysProcess_Pipe_Timeout) {
// Timeout has been exceeded.
return pipe;
}
if (pipe == cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDOUT) {
processOutput.DecodeText(data, length, strdata, 1);
// Append to the stdout buffer.
std::vector<char>::size_type size = out.size();
cmAppend(out, strdata);
outiter = out.begin() + size;
} else if (pipe == cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDERR) {
processOutput.DecodeText(data, length, strdata, 2);
// Append to the stderr buffer.
std::vector<char>::size_type size = err.size();
cmAppend(err, strdata);
erriter = err.begin() + size;
} else if (pipe == cmsysProcess_Pipe_None) {
// Both stdout and stderr pipes have broken. Return leftover data.
processOutput.DecodeText(std::string(), strdata, 1);
if (!strdata.empty()) {
std::vector<char>::size_type size = out.size();
cmAppend(out, strdata);
outiter = out.begin() + size;
}
processOutput.DecodeText(std::string(), strdata, 2);
if (!strdata.empty()) {
std::vector<char>::size_type size = err.size();
cmAppend(err, strdata);
erriter = err.begin() + size;
}
if (!out.empty()) {
line.append(&out[0], outiter - out.begin());
out.erase(out.begin(), out.end());
return cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDOUT;
}
if (!err.empty()) {
line.append(&err[0], erriter - err.begin());
err.erase(err.begin(), err.end());
return cmsysProcess_Pipe_STDERR;
}
return cmsysProcess_Pipe_None;
}
}
}
#ifdef _WIN32
static void EnsureStdPipe(DWORD fd)
{
if (GetStdHandle(fd) != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
return;
}
SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES sa;
sa.nLength = sizeof(sa);
sa.lpSecurityDescriptor = NULL;
sa.bInheritHandle = TRUE;
HANDLE h = CreateFileW(
L"NUL",
fd == STD_INPUT_HANDLE ? FILE_GENERIC_READ
: FILE_GENERIC_WRITE | FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES,
FILE_SHARE_READ | FILE_SHARE_WRITE, &sa, OPEN_EXISTING, 0, NULL);
if (h == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
LPSTR message = NULL;
DWORD size = FormatMessageA(
FORMAT_MESSAGE_ALLOCATE_BUFFER | FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM |
FORMAT_MESSAGE_IGNORE_INSERTS,
NULL, GetLastError(), MAKELANGID(LANG_NEUTRAL, SUBLANG_DEFAULT),
(LPSTR)&message, 0, NULL);
std::string msg = std::string(message, size);
LocalFree(message);
std::cerr << "failed to open NUL for missing stdio pipe: " << msg;
abort();
}
SetStdHandle(fd, h);
}
void cmSystemTools::EnsureStdPipes()
{
EnsureStdPipe(STD_INPUT_HANDLE);
EnsureStdPipe(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
EnsureStdPipe(STD_ERROR_HANDLE);
}
#else
static void EnsureStdPipe(int fd)
{
if (fcntl(fd, F_GETFD) != -1 || errno != EBADF) {
return;
}
int f = open("/dev/null", fd == STDIN_FILENO ? O_RDONLY : O_WRONLY);
if (f == -1) {
perror("failed to open /dev/null for missing stdio pipe");
abort();
}
if (f != fd) {
dup2(f, fd);
close(f);
}
}
void cmSystemTools::EnsureStdPipes()
{
EnsureStdPipe(STDIN_FILENO);
EnsureStdPipe(STDOUT_FILENO);
EnsureStdPipe(STDERR_FILENO);
}
#endif
void cmSystemTools::DoNotInheritStdPipes()
{
#ifdef _WIN32
// Check to see if we are attached to a console
// if so, then do not stop the inherited pipes
// or stdout and stderr will not show up in dos
// shell windows
CONSOLE_SCREEN_BUFFER_INFO hOutInfo;
HANDLE hOut = GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
if (GetConsoleScreenBufferInfo(hOut, &hOutInfo)) {
return;
}
{
HANDLE out = GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
DuplicateHandle(GetCurrentProcess(), out, GetCurrentProcess(), &out, 0,
FALSE, DUPLICATE_SAME_ACCESS | DUPLICATE_CLOSE_SOURCE);
SetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE, out);
}
{
HANDLE out = GetStdHandle(STD_ERROR_HANDLE);
DuplicateHandle(GetCurrentProcess(), out, GetCurrentProcess(), &out, 0,
FALSE, DUPLICATE_SAME_ACCESS | DUPLICATE_CLOSE_SOURCE);
SetStdHandle(STD_ERROR_HANDLE, out);
}
#endif
}
#ifdef _WIN32
# ifndef CRYPT_SILENT
# define CRYPT_SILENT 0x40 /* Not defined by VS 6 version of header. */
# endif
static int WinCryptRandom(void* data, size_t size)
{
int result = 0;
HCRYPTPROV hProvider = 0;
if (CryptAcquireContextW(&hProvider, 0, 0, PROV_RSA_FULL,
CRYPT_VERIFYCONTEXT | CRYPT_SILENT)) {
result = CryptGenRandom(hProvider, (DWORD)size, (BYTE*)data) ? 1 : 0;
CryptReleaseContext(hProvider, 0);
}
return result;
}
#endif
unsigned int cmSystemTools::RandomSeed()
{
#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
unsigned int seed = 0;
// Try using a real random source.
if (WinCryptRandom(&seed, sizeof(seed))) {
return seed;
}
// Fall back to the time and pid.
FILETIME ft;
GetSystemTimeAsFileTime(&ft);
unsigned int t1 = static_cast<unsigned int>(ft.dwHighDateTime);
unsigned int t2 = static_cast<unsigned int>(ft.dwLowDateTime);
unsigned int pid = static_cast<unsigned int>(GetCurrentProcessId());
return t1 ^ t2 ^ pid;
#else
union
{
unsigned int integer;
char bytes[sizeof(unsigned int)];
} seed;
// Try using a real random source.
cmsys::ifstream fin;
fin.rdbuf()->pubsetbuf(nullptr, 0); // Unbuffered read.
fin.open("/dev/urandom");
if (fin.good() && fin.read(seed.bytes, sizeof(seed)) &&
fin.gcount() == sizeof(seed)) {
return seed.integer;
}
// Fall back to the time and pid.
struct timeval t;
gettimeofday(&t, nullptr);
unsigned int pid = static_cast<unsigned int>(getpid());
unsigned int tv_sec = static_cast<unsigned int>(t.tv_sec);
unsigned int tv_usec = static_cast<unsigned int>(t.tv_usec);
// Since tv_usec never fills more than 11 bits we shift it to fill
// in the slow-changing high-order bits of tv_sec.
return tv_sec ^ (tv_usec << 21) ^ pid;
#endif
}
static std::string cmSystemToolsCMakeCommand;
static std::string cmSystemToolsCTestCommand;
static std::string cmSystemToolsCPackCommand;
static std::string cmSystemToolsCMakeCursesCommand;
static std::string cmSystemToolsCMakeGUICommand;
static std::string cmSystemToolsCMClDepsCommand;
static std::string cmSystemToolsCMakeRoot;
void cmSystemTools::FindCMakeResources(const char* argv0)
{
std::string exe_dir;
#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
(void)argv0; // ignore this on windows
wchar_t modulepath[_MAX_PATH];
::GetModuleFileNameW(NULL, modulepath, sizeof(modulepath));
std::string path = cmsys::Encoding::ToNarrow(modulepath);
std::string realPath =
cmSystemTools::GetRealPathResolvingWindowsSubst(path, NULL);
if (realPath.empty()) {
realPath = path;
}
exe_dir = cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(realPath);
#elif defined(__APPLE__)
(void)argv0; // ignore this on OS X
# define CM_EXE_PATH_LOCAL_SIZE 16384
char exe_path_local[CM_EXE_PATH_LOCAL_SIZE];
# if defined(MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_3) && !defined(MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_4)
unsigned long exe_path_size = CM_EXE_PATH_LOCAL_SIZE;
# else
uint32_t exe_path_size = CM_EXE_PATH_LOCAL_SIZE;
# endif
# undef CM_EXE_PATH_LOCAL_SIZE
char* exe_path = exe_path_local;
if (_NSGetExecutablePath(exe_path, &exe_path_size) < 0) {
exe_path = static_cast<char*>(malloc(exe_path_size));
_NSGetExecutablePath(exe_path, &exe_path_size);
}
exe_dir =
cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(cmSystemTools::GetRealPath(exe_path));
if (exe_path != exe_path_local) {
free(exe_path);
}
if (cmSystemTools::GetFilenameName(exe_dir) == "MacOS") {
// The executable is inside an application bundle.
// Look for ..<CMAKE_BIN_DIR> (install tree) and then fall back to
// ../../../bin (build tree).
exe_dir = cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(exe_dir);
if (cmSystemTools::FileExists(exe_dir + CMAKE_BIN_DIR "/cmake")) {
exe_dir += CMAKE_BIN_DIR;
} else {
exe_dir = cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(exe_dir);
exe_dir = cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(exe_dir);
}
}
#else
std::string errorMsg;
std::string exe;
if (cmSystemTools::FindProgramPath(argv0, exe, errorMsg)) {
// remove symlinks
exe = cmSystemTools::GetRealPath(exe);
exe_dir = cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(exe);
} else {
// ???
}
#endif
exe_dir = cmSystemTools::GetActualCaseForPath(exe_dir);
cmSystemToolsCMakeCommand =
cmStrCat(exe_dir, "/cmake", cmSystemTools::GetExecutableExtension());
#ifdef CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP
// The bootstrap cmake does not provide the other tools,
// so use the directory where they are about to be built.
exe_dir = CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP_BINARY_DIR "/bin";
#endif
cmSystemToolsCTestCommand =
cmStrCat(exe_dir, "/ctest", cmSystemTools::GetExecutableExtension());
cmSystemToolsCPackCommand =
cmStrCat(exe_dir, "/cpack", cmSystemTools::GetExecutableExtension());
cmSystemToolsCMakeGUICommand =
cmStrCat(exe_dir, "/cmake-gui", cmSystemTools::GetExecutableExtension());
if (!cmSystemTools::FileExists(cmSystemToolsCMakeGUICommand)) {
cmSystemToolsCMakeGUICommand.clear();
}
cmSystemToolsCMakeCursesCommand =
cmStrCat(exe_dir, "/ccmake", cmSystemTools::GetExecutableExtension());
if (!cmSystemTools::FileExists(cmSystemToolsCMakeCursesCommand)) {
cmSystemToolsCMakeCursesCommand.clear();
}
cmSystemToolsCMClDepsCommand =
cmStrCat(exe_dir, "/cmcldeps", cmSystemTools::GetExecutableExtension());
if (!cmSystemTools::FileExists(cmSystemToolsCMClDepsCommand)) {
cmSystemToolsCMClDepsCommand.clear();
}
#ifndef CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP
// Install tree has
// - "<prefix><CMAKE_BIN_DIR>/cmake"
// - "<prefix><CMAKE_DATA_DIR>"
if (cmHasSuffix(exe_dir, CMAKE_BIN_DIR)) {
std::string const prefix =
exe_dir.substr(0, exe_dir.size() - strlen(CMAKE_BIN_DIR));
cmSystemToolsCMakeRoot = prefix + CMAKE_DATA_DIR;
}
if (cmSystemToolsCMakeRoot.empty() ||
!cmSystemTools::FileExists(
(cmSystemToolsCMakeRoot + "/Modules/CMake.cmake"))) {
// Build tree has "<build>/bin[/<config>]/cmake" and
// "<build>/CMakeFiles/CMakeSourceDir.txt".
std::string dir = cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(exe_dir);
std::string src_dir_txt = dir + "/CMakeFiles/CMakeSourceDir.txt";
cmsys::ifstream fin(src_dir_txt.c_str());
std::string src_dir;
if (fin && cmSystemTools::GetLineFromStream(fin, src_dir) &&
cmSystemTools::FileIsDirectory(src_dir)) {
cmSystemToolsCMakeRoot = src_dir;
} else {
dir = cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(dir);
src_dir_txt = dir + "/CMakeFiles/CMakeSourceDir.txt";
cmsys::ifstream fin2(src_dir_txt.c_str());
if (fin2 && cmSystemTools::GetLineFromStream(fin2, src_dir) &&
cmSystemTools::FileIsDirectory(src_dir)) {
cmSystemToolsCMakeRoot = src_dir;
}
}
}
#else
// Bootstrap build knows its source.
cmSystemToolsCMakeRoot = CMAKE_BOOTSTRAP_SOURCE_DIR;
#endif
}
std::string const& cmSystemTools::GetCMakeCommand()
{
return cmSystemToolsCMakeCommand;
}
std::string const& cmSystemTools::GetCTestCommand()
{
return cmSystemToolsCTestCommand;
}
std::string const& cmSystemTools::GetCPackCommand()
{
return cmSystemToolsCPackCommand;
}
std::string const& cmSystemTools::GetCMakeCursesCommand()
{
return cmSystemToolsCMakeCursesCommand;
}
std::string const& cmSystemTools::GetCMakeGUICommand()
{
return cmSystemToolsCMakeGUICommand;
}
std::string const& cmSystemTools::GetCMClDepsCommand()
{
return cmSystemToolsCMClDepsCommand;
}
std::string const& cmSystemTools::GetCMakeRoot()
{
return cmSystemToolsCMakeRoot;
}
void cmSystemTools::MakefileColorEcho(int color, const char* message,
bool newline, bool enabled)
{
// On some platforms (an MSYS prompt) cmsysTerminal may not be able
// to determine whether the stream is displayed on a tty. In this
// case it assumes no unless we tell it otherwise. Since we want
// color messages to be displayed for users we will assume yes.
// However, we can test for some situations when the answer is most
// likely no.
int assumeTTY = cmsysTerminal_Color_AssumeTTY;
if (cmSystemTools::HasEnv("DART_TEST_FROM_DART") ||
cmSystemTools::HasEnv("DASHBOARD_TEST_FROM_CTEST") ||
cmSystemTools::HasEnv("CTEST_INTERACTIVE_DEBUG_MODE")) {
// Avoid printing color escapes during dashboard builds.
assumeTTY = 0;
}
if (enabled && color != cmsysTerminal_Color_Normal) {
// Print with color. Delay the newline until later so that
// all color restore sequences appear before it.
cmsysTerminal_cfprintf(color | assumeTTY, stdout, "%s", message);
} else {
// Color is disabled. Print without color.
fprintf(stdout, "%s", message);
}
if (newline) {
fprintf(stdout, "\n");
}
}
bool cmSystemTools::GuessLibrarySOName(std::string const& fullPath,
std::string& soname)
{
// For ELF shared libraries use a real parser to get the correct
// soname.
#if defined(CMAKE_USE_ELF_PARSER)
cmELF elf(fullPath.c_str());
if (elf) {
return elf.GetSOName(soname);
}
#endif
// If the file is not a symlink we have no guess for its soname.
if (!cmSystemTools::FileIsSymlink(fullPath)) {
return false;
}
if (!cmSystemTools::ReadSymlink(fullPath, soname)) {
return false;
}
// If the symlink has a path component we have no guess for the soname.
if (!cmSystemTools::GetFilenamePath(soname).empty()) {
return false;
}
// If the symlink points at an extended version of the same name
// assume it is the soname.
std::string name = cmSystemTools::GetFilenameName(fullPath);
return soname.length() > name.length() &&
soname.compare(0, name.length(), name) == 0;
}
bool cmSystemTools::GuessLibraryInstallName(std::string const& fullPath,
std::string& soname)
{
#if defined(CMAKE_USE_MACH_PARSER)
cmMachO macho(fullPath.c_str());
if (macho) {
return macho.GetInstallName(soname);
}
#else
(void)fullPath;
(void)soname;
#endif
return false;
}
#if defined(CMAKE_USE_ELF_PARSER)
std::string::size_type cmSystemToolsFindRPath(std::string const& have,
std::string const& want)
{
std::string::size_type pos = 0;
while (pos < have.size()) {
// Look for an occurrence of the string.
std::string::size_type const beg = have.find(want, pos);
if (beg == std::string::npos) {
return std::string::npos;
}
// Make sure it is separated from preceding entries.
if (beg > 0 && have[beg - 1] != ':') {
pos = beg + 1;
continue;
}
// Make sure it is separated from following entries.
std::string::size_type const end = beg + want.size();
if (end < have.size() && have[end] != ':') {
pos = beg + 1;
continue;
}
// Return the position of the path portion.
return beg;
}
// The desired rpath was not found.
return std::string::npos;
}
#endif
#if defined(CMAKE_USE_ELF_PARSER)
struct cmSystemToolsRPathInfo
{
unsigned long Position;
unsigned long Size;
std::string Name;
std::string Value;
};
#endif
#if defined(CMAKE_USE_ELF_PARSER)
bool cmSystemTools::ChangeRPath(std::string const& file,
std::string const& oldRPath,
std::string const& newRPath,
bool removeEnvironmentRPath, std::string* emsg,
bool* changed)
{
if (changed) {
*changed = false;
}
int rp_count = 0;
bool remove_rpath = true;
cmSystemToolsRPathInfo rp[2];
{
// Parse the ELF binary.
cmELF elf(file.c_str());
// Get the RPATH and RUNPATH entries from it.
int se_count = 0;
cmELF::StringEntry const* se[2] = { nullptr, nullptr };
const char* se_name[2] = { nullptr, nullptr };
if (cmELF::StringEntry const* se_rpath = elf.GetRPath()) {
se[se_count] = se_rpath;
se_name[se_count] = "RPATH";
++se_count;
}
if (cmELF::StringEntry const* se_runpath = elf.GetRunPath()) {
se[se_count] = se_runpath;
se_name[se_count] = "RUNPATH";
++se_count;
}
if (se_count == 0) {
if (newRPath.empty()) {
// The new rpath is empty and there is no rpath anyway so it is
// okay.
return true;
}
if (emsg) {
*emsg =
cmStrCat("No valid ELF RPATH or RUNPATH entry exists in the file; ",
elf.GetErrorMessage());
}
return false;
}
for (int i = 0; i < se_count; ++i) {
// If both RPATH and RUNPATH refer to the same string literal it
// needs to be changed only once.
if (rp_count && rp[0].Position == se[i]->Position) {
continue;
}
// Make sure the current rpath contains the old rpath.
std::string::size_type pos =
cmSystemToolsFindRPath(se[i]->Value, oldRPath);
if (pos == std::string::npos) {
// If it contains the new rpath instead then it is okay.
if (cmSystemToolsFindRPath(se[i]->Value, newRPath) !=
std::string::npos) {
remove_rpath = false;
continue;
}
if (emsg) {
std::ostringstream e;
/* clang-format off */
e << "The current " << se_name[i] << " is:\n"
<< " " << se[i]->Value << "\n"
<< "which does not contain:\n"
<< " " << oldRPath << "\n"
<< "as was expected.";
/* clang-format on */
*emsg = e.str();
}
return false;
}
// Store information about the entry in the file.
rp[rp_count].Position = se[i]->Position;
rp[rp_count].Size = se[i]->Size;
rp[rp_count].Name = se_name[i];
std::string::size_type prefix_len = pos;
// If oldRPath was at the end of the file's RPath, and newRPath is empty,
// we should remove the unnecessary ':' at the end.
if (newRPath.empty() && pos > 0 && se[i]->Value[pos - 1] == ':' &&
pos + oldRPath.length() == se[i]->Value.length()) {
prefix_len--;
}
// Construct the new value which preserves the part of the path
// not being changed.
if (!removeEnvironmentRPath) {
rp[rp_count].Value = se[i]->Value.substr(0, prefix_len);
}
rp[rp_count].Value += newRPath;
rp[rp_count].Value += se[i]->Value.substr(pos + oldRPath.length());
if (!rp[rp_count].Value.empty()) {
remove_rpath = false;
}
// Make sure there is enough room to store the new rpath and at
// least one null terminator.
if (rp[rp_count].Size < rp[rp_count].Value.length() + 1) {
if (emsg) {
*emsg = cmStrCat("The replacement path is too long for the ",
se_name[i], " entry.");
}
return false;
}
// This entry is ready for update.
++rp_count;
}
}
// If no runtime path needs to be changed, we are done.
if (rp_count == 0) {
return true;
}
// If the resulting rpath is empty, just remove the entire entry instead.
if (remove_rpath) {
return cmSystemTools::RemoveRPath(file, emsg, changed);
}
{
// Open the file for update.
cmsys::ofstream f(file.c_str(),
std::ios::in | std::ios::out | std::ios::binary);
if (!f) {
if (emsg) {
*emsg = "Error opening file for update.";
}
return false;
}
// Store the new RPATH and RUNPATH strings.
for (int i = 0; i < rp_count; ++i) {
// Seek to the RPATH position.
if (!f.seekp(rp[i].Position)) {
if (emsg) {
*emsg = cmStrCat("Error seeking to ", rp[i].Name, " position.");
}
return false;
}
// Write the new rpath. Follow it with enough null terminators to
// fill the string table entry.
f << rp[i].Value;
for (unsigned long j = rp[i].Value.length(); j < rp[i].Size; ++j) {
f << '\0';
}
// Make sure it wrote correctly.
if (!f) {
if (emsg) {
*emsg = cmStrCat("Error writing the new ", rp[i].Name,
" string to the file.");
}
return false;
}
}
}
// Everything was updated successfully.
if (changed) {
*changed = true;
}
return true;
}
#else
bool cmSystemTools::ChangeRPath(std::string const& /*file*/,
std::string const& /*oldRPath*/,
std::string const& /*newRPath*/,
bool /*removeEnvironmentRPath*/,
std::string* /*emsg*/, bool* /*changed*/)
{
return false;
}
#endif
bool cmSystemTools::VersionCompare(cmSystemTools::CompareOp op,
const char* lhss, const char* rhss)
{
const char* endl = lhss;
const char* endr = rhss;
unsigned long lhs;
unsigned long rhs;
while (((*endl >= '0') && (*endl <= '9')) ||
((*endr >= '0') && (*endr <= '9'))) {
// Do component-wise comparison.
lhs = strtoul(endl, const_cast<char**>(&endl), 10);
rhs = strtoul(endr, const_cast<char**>(&endr), 10);
if (lhs < rhs) {
// lhs < rhs, so true if operation is LESS
return (op & cmSystemTools::OP_LESS) != 0;
}
if (lhs > rhs) {
// lhs > rhs, so true if operation is GREATER
return (op & cmSystemTools::OP_GREATER) != 0;
}
if (*endr == '.') {
endr++;
}
if (*endl == '.') {
endl++;
}
}
// lhs == rhs, so true if operation is EQUAL
return (op & cmSystemTools::OP_EQUAL) != 0;
}
bool cmSystemTools::VersionCompareEqual(std::string const& lhs,
std::string const& rhs)
{
return cmSystemTools::VersionCompare(cmSystemTools::OP_EQUAL, lhs.c_str(),
rhs.c_str());
}
bool cmSystemTools::VersionCompareGreater(std::string const& lhs,
std::string const& rhs)
{
return cmSystemTools::VersionCompare(cmSystemTools::OP_GREATER, lhs.c_str(),
rhs.c_str());
}
bool cmSystemTools::VersionCompareGreaterEq(std::string const& lhs,
std::string const& rhs)
{
return cmSystemTools::VersionCompare(cmSystemTools::OP_GREATER_EQUAL,
lhs.c_str(), rhs.c_str());
}
static size_t cm_strverscmp_find_first_difference_or_end(const char* lhs,
const char* rhs)
{
size_t i = 0;
/* Step forward until we find a difference or both strings end together.
The difference may lie on the null-terminator of one string. */
while (lhs[i] == rhs[i] && lhs[i] != 0) {
++i;
}
return i;
}
static size_t cm_strverscmp_find_digits_begin(const char* s, size_t i)
{
/* Step back until we are not preceded by a digit. */
while (i > 0 && isdigit(s[i - 1])) {
--i;
}
return i;
}
static size_t cm_strverscmp_find_digits_end(const char* s, size_t i)
{
/* Step forward over digits. */
while (isdigit(s[i])) {
++i;
}
return i;
}
static size_t cm_strverscmp_count_leading_zeros(const char* s, size_t b)
{
size_t i = b;
/* Step forward over zeros that are followed by another digit. */
while (s[i] == '0' && isdigit(s[i + 1])) {
++i;
}
return i - b;
}
static int cm_strverscmp(const char* lhs, const char* rhs)
{
size_t const i = cm_strverscmp_find_first_difference_or_end(lhs, rhs);
if (lhs[i] != rhs[i]) {
/* The strings differ starting at 'i'. Check for a digit sequence. */
size_t const b = cm_strverscmp_find_digits_begin(lhs, i);
if (b != i || (isdigit(lhs[i]) && isdigit(rhs[i]))) {
/* A digit sequence starts at 'b', preceding or at 'i'. */
/* Look for leading zeros, implying a leading decimal point. */
size_t const lhs_zeros = cm_strverscmp_count_leading_zeros(lhs, b);
size_t const rhs_zeros = cm_strverscmp_count_leading_zeros(rhs, b);
if (lhs_zeros != rhs_zeros) {
/* The side with more leading zeros orders first. */
return rhs_zeros > lhs_zeros ? 1 : -1;
}
if (lhs_zeros == 0) {
/* No leading zeros; compare digit sequence lengths. */
size_t const lhs_end = cm_strverscmp_find_digits_end(lhs, i);
size_t const rhs_end = cm_strverscmp_find_digits_end(rhs, i);
if (lhs_end != rhs_end) {
/* The side with fewer digits orders first. */
return lhs_end > rhs_end ? 1 : -1;
}
}
}
}
/* Ordering was not decided by digit sequence lengths; compare bytes. */
return lhs[i] - rhs[i];
}
int cmSystemTools::strverscmp(std::string const& lhs, std::string const& rhs)
{
return cm_strverscmp(lhs.c_str(), rhs.c_str());
}
#if defined(CMAKE_USE_ELF_PARSER)
bool cmSystemTools::RemoveRPath(std::string const& file, std::string* emsg,
bool* removed)
{
if (removed) {
*removed = false;
}
int zeroCount = 0;
unsigned long zeroPosition[2] = { 0, 0 };
unsigned long zeroSize[2] = { 0, 0 };
unsigned long bytesBegin = 0;
std::vector<char> bytes;
{
// Parse the ELF binary.
cmELF elf(file.c_str());
// Get the RPATH and RUNPATH entries from it and sort them by index
// in the dynamic section header.
int se_count = 0;
cmELF::StringEntry const* se[2] = { nullptr, nullptr };
if (cmELF::StringEntry const* se_rpath = elf.GetRPath()) {
se[se_count++] = se_rpath;
}
if (cmELF::StringEntry const* se_runpath = elf.GetRunPath()) {
se[se_count++] = se_runpath;
}
if (se_count == 0) {
// There is no RPATH or RUNPATH anyway.
return true;
}
if (se_count == 2 && se[1]->IndexInSection < se[0]->IndexInSection) {
std::swap(se[0], se[1]);
}
// Obtain a copy of the dynamic entries
cmELF::DynamicEntryList dentries = elf.GetDynamicEntries();
if (dentries.empty()) {
// This should happen only for invalid ELF files where a DT_NULL
// appears before the end of the table.
if (emsg) {
*emsg = "DYNAMIC section contains a DT_NULL before the end.";
}
return false;
}
// Save information about the string entries to be zeroed.
zeroCount = se_count;
for (int i = 0; i < se_count; ++i) {
zeroPosition[i] = se[i]->Position;
zeroSize[i] = se[i]->Size;
}
// Get size of one DYNAMIC entry
unsigned long const sizeof_dentry =
elf.GetDynamicEntryPosition(1) - elf.GetDynamicEntryPosition(0);
// Adjust the entry list as necessary to remove the run path
unsigned long entriesErased = 0;
for (auto it = dentries.begin(); it != dentries.end();) {
if (it->first == cmELF::TagRPath || it->first == cmELF::TagRunPath) {
it = dentries.erase(it);
entriesErased++;
continue;
}
if (cmELF::TagMipsRldMapRel != 0 &&
it->first == cmELF::TagMipsRldMapRel) {
// Background: debuggers need to know the "linker map" which contains
// the addresses each dynamic object is loaded at. Most arches use
// the DT_DEBUG tag which the dynamic linker writes to (directly) and
// contain the location of the linker map, however on MIPS the
// .dynamic section is always read-only so this is not possible. MIPS
// objects instead contain a DT_MIPS_RLD_MAP tag which contains the
// address where the dynamic linker will write to (an indirect
// version of DT_DEBUG). Since this doesn't work when using PIE, a
// relative equivalent was created - DT_MIPS_RLD_MAP_REL. Since this
// version contains a relative offset, moving it changes the
// calculated address. This may cause the dynamic linker to write
// into memory it should not be changing.
//
// To fix this, we adjust the value of DT_MIPS_RLD_MAP_REL here. If
// we move it up by n bytes, we add n bytes to the value of this tag.
it->second += entriesErased * sizeof_dentry;
}
it++;
}
// Encode new entries list
bytes = elf.EncodeDynamicEntries(dentries);
bytesBegin = elf.GetDynamicEntryPosition(0);
}
// Open the file for update.
cmsys::ofstream f(file.c_str(),
std::ios::in | std::ios::out | std::ios::binary);
if (!f) {
if (emsg) {
*emsg = "Error opening file for update.";
}
return false;
}
// Write the new DYNAMIC table header.
if (!f.seekp(bytesBegin)) {
if (emsg) {
*emsg = "Error seeking to DYNAMIC table header for RPATH.";
}
return false;
}
if (!f.write(&bytes[0], bytes.size())) {
if (emsg) {
*emsg = "Error replacing DYNAMIC table header.";
}
return false;
}
// Fill the RPATH and RUNPATH strings with zero bytes.
for (int i = 0; i < zeroCount; ++i) {
if (!