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/* Reading and parsing of makefiles for GNU Make.
Copyright (C) 1988-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Make.
GNU Make 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; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
version.
GNU Make 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, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#include "makeint.h"
#include <assert.h>
#include <glob.h>
#include "filedef.h"
#include "dep.h"
#include "job.h"
#include "commands.h"
#include "variable.h"
#include "rule.h"
#include "debug.h"
#include "hash.h"
#ifdef WINDOWS32
#include <windows.h>
#include "sub_proc.h"
#else /* !WINDOWS32 */
#ifndef _AMIGA
#ifndef VMS
#include <pwd.h>
#else
struct passwd *getpwnam (char *name);
#endif
#endif
#endif /* !WINDOWS32 */
/* A 'struct ebuffer' controls the origin of the makefile we are currently
eval'ing.
*/
struct ebuffer
{
char *buffer; /* Start of the current line in the buffer. */
char *bufnext; /* Start of the next line in the buffer. */
char *bufstart; /* Start of the entire buffer. */
unsigned int size; /* Malloc'd size of buffer. */
FILE *fp; /* File, or NULL if this is an internal buffer. */
gmk_floc floc; /* Info on the file in fp (if any). */
};
/* Track the modifiers we can have on variable assignments */
struct vmodifiers
{
unsigned int assign_v:1;
unsigned int define_v:1;
unsigned int undefine_v:1;
unsigned int export_v:1;
unsigned int override_v:1;
unsigned int private_v:1;
};
/* Types of "words" that can be read in a makefile. */
enum make_word_type
{
w_bogus, w_eol, w_static, w_variable, w_colon, w_dcolon, w_semicolon,
w_varassign
};
/* A 'struct conditionals' contains the information describing
all the active conditionals in a makefile.
The global variable 'conditionals' contains the conditionals
information for the current makefile. It is initialized from
the static structure 'toplevel_conditionals' and is later changed
to new structures for included makefiles. */
struct conditionals
{
unsigned int if_cmds; /* Depth of conditional nesting. */
unsigned int allocated; /* Elts allocated in following arrays. */
char *ignoring; /* Are we ignoring or interpreting?
0=interpreting, 1=not yet interpreted,
2=already interpreted */
char *seen_else; /* Have we already seen an 'else'? */
};
static struct conditionals toplevel_conditionals;
static struct conditionals *conditionals = &toplevel_conditionals;
/* Default directories to search for include files in */
static const char *default_include_directories[] =
{
#if defined(WINDOWS32) && !defined(INCLUDEDIR)
/* This completely up to the user when they install MSVC or other packages.
This is defined as a placeholder. */
# define INCLUDEDIR "."
#endif
INCLUDEDIR,
#ifndef _AMIGA
"/usr/gnu/include",
"/usr/local/include",
"/usr/include",
#endif
0
};
/* List of directories to search for include files in */
static const char **include_directories;
/* Maximum length of an element of the above. */
static unsigned int max_incl_len;
/* The filename and pointer to line number of the
makefile currently being read in. */
const gmk_floc *reading_file = 0;
/* The chain of files read by read_all_makefiles. */
static struct dep *read_files = 0;
static int eval_makefile (const char *filename, int flags);
static void eval (struct ebuffer *buffer, int flags);
static long readline (struct ebuffer *ebuf);
static void do_undefine (char *name, enum variable_origin origin,
struct ebuffer *ebuf);
static struct variable *do_define (char *name, enum variable_origin origin,
struct ebuffer *ebuf);
static int conditional_line (char *line, int len, const gmk_floc *flocp);
static void record_files (struct nameseq *filenames, const char *pattern,
const char *pattern_percent, char *depstr,
unsigned int cmds_started, char *commands,
unsigned int commands_idx, int two_colon,
char prefix, const gmk_floc *flocp);
static void record_target_var (struct nameseq *filenames, char *defn,
enum variable_origin origin,
struct vmodifiers *vmod,
const gmk_floc *flocp);
static enum make_word_type get_next_mword (char *buffer, char *delim,
char **startp, unsigned int *length);
static void remove_comments (char *line);
static char *find_char_unquote (char *string, int map);
static char *unescape_char (char *string, int c);
/* Compare a word, both length and contents.
P must point to the word to be tested, and WLEN must be the length.
*/
#define word1eq(s) (wlen == CSTRLEN (s) && strneq (s, p, CSTRLEN (s)))
/* Read in all the makefiles and return a chain of targets to rebuild. */
struct dep *
read_all_makefiles (const char **makefiles)
{
unsigned int num_makefiles = 0;
/* Create *_LIST variables, to hold the makefiles, targets, and variables
we will be reading. */
define_variable_cname ("MAKEFILE_LIST", "", o_file, 0);
DB (DB_BASIC, (_("Reading makefiles...\n")));
/* If there's a non-null variable MAKEFILES, its value is a list of
files to read first thing. But don't let it prevent reading the
default makefiles and don't let the default goal come from there. */
{
char *value;
char *name, *p;
unsigned int length;
{
/* Turn off --warn-undefined-variables while we expand MAKEFILES. */
int save = warn_undefined_variables_flag;
warn_undefined_variables_flag = 0;
value = allocated_variable_expand ("$(MAKEFILES)");
warn_undefined_variables_flag = save;
}
/* Set NAME to the start of next token and LENGTH to its length.
MAKEFILES is updated for finding remaining tokens. */
p = value;
while ((name = find_next_token ((const char **)&p, &length)) != 0)
{
if (*p != '\0')
*p++ = '\0';
eval_makefile (name, RM_NO_DEFAULT_GOAL|RM_INCLUDED|RM_DONTCARE);
}
free (value);
}
/* Read makefiles specified with -f switches. */
if (makefiles != 0)
while (*makefiles != 0)
{
struct dep *tail = read_files;
struct dep *d;
if (! eval_makefile (*makefiles, 0))
perror_with_name ("", *makefiles);
/* Find the first element eval_makefile() added to read_files. */
d = read_files;
while (d->next != tail)
d = d->next;
/* Reuse the storage allocated for the read_file. */
*makefiles = dep_name (d);
++num_makefiles;
++makefiles;
}
/* If there were no -f switches, try the default names. */
if (num_makefiles == 0)
{
static const char *default_makefiles[] =
#ifdef VMS
/* all lower case since readdir() (the vms version) 'lowercasifies' */
/* TODO: Above is not always true, this needs more work */
{ "makefile.vms", "gnumakefile", "makefile", 0 };
#else
#ifdef _AMIGA
{ "GNUmakefile", "Makefile", "SMakefile", 0 };
#else /* !Amiga && !VMS */
#ifdef WINDOWS32
{ "GNUmakefile", "makefile", "Makefile", "makefile.mak", 0 };
#else /* !Amiga && !VMS && !WINDOWS32 */
{ "GNUmakefile", "makefile", "Makefile", 0 };
#endif /* !Amiga && !VMS && !WINDOWS32 */
#endif /* AMIGA */
#endif /* VMS */
const char **p = default_makefiles;
while (*p != 0 && !file_exists_p (*p))
++p;
if (*p != 0)
{
if (! eval_makefile (*p, 0))
perror_with_name ("", *p);
}
else
{
/* No default makefile was found. Add the default makefiles to the
'read_files' chain so they will be updated if possible. */
struct dep *tail = read_files;
/* Add them to the tail, after any MAKEFILES variable makefiles. */
while (tail != 0 && tail->next != 0)
tail = tail->next;
for (p = default_makefiles; *p != 0; ++p)
{
struct dep *d = alloc_dep ();
d->file = enter_file (strcache_add (*p));
d->dontcare = 1;
/* Tell update_goal_chain to bail out as soon as this file is
made, and main not to die if we can't make this file. */
d->changed = RM_DONTCARE;
if (tail == 0)
read_files = d;
else
tail->next = d;
tail = d;
}
if (tail != 0)
tail->next = 0;
}
}
return read_files;
}
/* Install a new conditional and return the previous one. */
static struct conditionals *
install_conditionals (struct conditionals *new)
{
struct conditionals *save = conditionals;
memset (new, '\0', sizeof (*new));
conditionals = new;
return save;
}
/* Free the current conditionals and reinstate a saved one. */
static void
restore_conditionals (struct conditionals *saved)
{
/* Free any space allocated by conditional_line. */
free (conditionals->ignoring);
free (conditionals->seen_else);
/* Restore state. */
conditionals = saved;
}
static int
eval_makefile (const char *filename, int flags)
{
struct dep *deps;
struct ebuffer ebuf;
const gmk_floc *curfile;
char *expanded = 0;
int makefile_errno;
ebuf.floc.filenm = filename; /* Use the original file name. */
ebuf.floc.lineno = 1;
if (ISDB (DB_VERBOSE))
{
printf (_("Reading makefile '%s'"), filename);
if (flags & RM_NO_DEFAULT_GOAL)
printf (_(" (no default goal)"));
if (flags & RM_INCLUDED)
printf (_(" (search path)"));
if (flags & RM_DONTCARE)
printf (_(" (don't care)"));
if (flags & RM_NO_TILDE)
printf (_(" (no ~ expansion)"));
puts ("...");
}
/* First, get a stream to read. */
/* Expand ~ in FILENAME unless it came from 'include',
in which case it was already done. */
if (!(flags & RM_NO_TILDE) && filename[0] == '~')
{
expanded = tilde_expand (filename);
if (expanded != 0)
filename = expanded;
}
ENULLLOOP (ebuf.fp, fopen (filename, "r"));
/* Save the error code so we print the right message later. */
makefile_errno = errno;
/* Check for unrecoverable errors: out of mem or FILE slots. */
switch (makefile_errno)
{
#ifdef EMFILE
case EMFILE:
#endif
#ifdef ENFILE
case ENFILE:
#endif
case ENOMEM:
{
const char *err = strerror (makefile_errno);
OS (fatal, reading_file, "%s", err);
}
}
/* If the makefile wasn't found and it's either a makefile from
the 'MAKEFILES' variable or an included makefile,
search the included makefile search path for this makefile. */
if (ebuf.fp == 0 && (flags & RM_INCLUDED) && *filename != '/')
{
unsigned int i;
for (i = 0; include_directories[i] != 0; ++i)
{
const char *included = concat (3, include_directories[i],
"/", filename);
ebuf.fp = fopen (included, "r");
if (ebuf.fp)
{
filename = included;
break;
}
}
}
/* Now we have the final name for this makefile. Enter it into
the cache. */
filename = strcache_add (filename);
/* Add FILENAME to the chain of read makefiles. */
deps = alloc_dep ();
deps->next = read_files;
read_files = deps;
deps->file = lookup_file (filename);
if (deps->file == 0)
deps->file = enter_file (filename);
filename = deps->file->name;
deps->changed = flags;
if (flags & RM_DONTCARE)
deps->dontcare = 1;
free (expanded);
/* If the makefile can't be found at all, give up entirely. */
if (ebuf.fp == 0)
{
/* If we did some searching, errno has the error from the last
attempt, rather from FILENAME itself. Restore it in case the
caller wants to use it in a message. */
errno = makefile_errno;
return 0;
}
/* Set close-on-exec to avoid leaking the makefile to children, such as
$(shell ...). */
#ifdef HAVE_FILENO
CLOSE_ON_EXEC (fileno (ebuf.fp));
#endif
/* Add this makefile to the list. */
do_variable_definition (&ebuf.floc, "MAKEFILE_LIST", filename, o_file,
f_append, 0);
/* Evaluate the makefile */
ebuf.size = 200;
ebuf.buffer = ebuf.bufnext = ebuf.bufstart = xmalloc (ebuf.size);
curfile = reading_file;
reading_file = &ebuf.floc;
eval (&ebuf, !(flags & RM_NO_DEFAULT_GOAL));
reading_file = curfile;
fclose (ebuf.fp);
free (ebuf.bufstart);
alloca (0);
return 1;
}
void
eval_buffer (char *buffer, const gmk_floc *floc)
{
struct ebuffer ebuf;
struct conditionals *saved;
struct conditionals new;
const gmk_floc *curfile;
/* Evaluate the buffer */
ebuf.size = strlen (buffer);
ebuf.buffer = ebuf.bufnext = ebuf.bufstart = buffer;
ebuf.fp = NULL;
if (floc)
ebuf.floc = *floc;
else if (reading_file)
ebuf.floc = *reading_file;
else
{
ebuf.floc.filenm = NULL;
ebuf.floc.lineno = 1;
}
curfile = reading_file;
reading_file = &ebuf.floc;
saved = install_conditionals (&new);
eval (&ebuf, 1);
restore_conditionals (saved);
reading_file = curfile;
alloca (0);
}
/* Check LINE to see if it's a variable assignment or undefine.
It might use one of the modifiers "export", "override", "private", or it
might be one of the conditional tokens like "ifdef", "include", etc.
If it's not a variable assignment or undefine, VMOD.V_ASSIGN is 0.
Returns LINE.
Returns a pointer to the first non-modifier character, and sets VMOD
based on the modifiers found if any, plus V_ASSIGN is 1.
*/
static char *
parse_var_assignment (const char *line, struct vmodifiers *vmod)
{
const char *p;
memset (vmod, '\0', sizeof (*vmod));
/* Find the start of the next token. If there isn't one we're done. */
line = next_token (line);
if (*line == '\0')
return (char *)line;
p = line;
while (1)
{
int wlen;
const char *p2;
struct variable v;
p2 = parse_variable_definition (p, &v);
/* If this is a variable assignment, we're done. */
if (p2)
break;
/* It's not a variable; see if it's a modifier. */
p2 = end_of_token (p);
wlen = p2 - p;
if (word1eq ("export"))
vmod->export_v = 1;
else if (word1eq ("override"))
vmod->override_v = 1;
else if (word1eq ("private"))
vmod->private_v = 1;
else if (word1eq ("define"))
{
/* We can't have modifiers after 'define' */
vmod->define_v = 1;
p = next_token (p2);
break;
}
else if (word1eq ("undefine"))
{
/* We can't have modifiers after 'undefine' */
vmod->undefine_v = 1;
p = next_token (p2);
break;
}
else
/* Not a variable or modifier: this is not a variable assignment. */
return (char *)line;
/* It was a modifier. Try the next word. */
p = next_token (p2);
if (*p == '\0')
return (char *)line;
}
/* Found a variable assignment or undefine. */
vmod->assign_v = 1;
return (char *)p;
}
/* Read file FILENAME as a makefile and add its contents to the data base.
SET_DEFAULT is true if we are allowed to set the default goal. */
static void
eval (struct ebuffer *ebuf, int set_default)
{
char *collapsed = 0;
unsigned int collapsed_length = 0;
unsigned int commands_len = 200;
char *commands;
unsigned int commands_idx = 0;
unsigned int cmds_started, tgts_started;
int ignoring = 0, in_ignored_define = 0;
int no_targets = 0; /* Set when reading a rule without targets. */
struct nameseq *filenames = 0;
char *depstr = 0;
long nlines = 0;
int two_colon = 0;
char prefix = cmd_prefix;
const char *pattern = 0;
const char *pattern_percent;
gmk_floc *fstart;
gmk_floc fi;
#define record_waiting_files() \
do \
{ \
if (filenames != 0) \
{ \
fi.lineno = tgts_started; \
record_files (filenames, pattern, pattern_percent, depstr, \
cmds_started, commands, commands_idx, two_colon, \
prefix, &fi); \
filenames = 0; \
} \
commands_idx = 0; \
no_targets = 0; \
pattern = 0; \
} while (0)
pattern_percent = 0;
cmds_started = tgts_started = 1;
fstart = &ebuf->floc;
fi.filenm = ebuf->floc.filenm;
/* Loop over lines in the file.
The strategy is to accumulate target names in FILENAMES, dependencies
in DEPS and commands in COMMANDS. These are used to define a rule
when the start of the next rule (or eof) is encountered.
When you see a "continue" in the loop below, that means we are moving on
to the next line. If you see record_waiting_files(), then the statement
we are parsing also finishes the previous rule. */
commands = xmalloc (200);
while (1)
{
unsigned int linelen;
char *line;
unsigned int wlen;
char *p;
char *p2;
struct vmodifiers vmod;
/* At the top of this loop, we are starting a brand new line. */
/* Grab the next line to be evaluated */
ebuf->floc.lineno += nlines;
nlines = readline (ebuf);
/* If there is nothing left to eval, we're done. */
if (nlines < 0)
break;
line = ebuf->buffer;
/* If this is the first line, check for a UTF-8 BOM and skip it. */
if (ebuf->floc.lineno == 1 && line[0] == (char)0xEF
&& line[1] == (char)0xBB && line[2] == (char)0xBF)
{
line += 3;
if (ISDB(DB_BASIC))
{
if (ebuf->floc.filenm)
printf (_("Skipping UTF-8 BOM in makefile '%s'\n"),
ebuf->floc.filenm);
else
printf (_("Skipping UTF-8 BOM in makefile buffer\n"));
}
}
/* If this line is empty, skip it. */
if (line[0] == '\0')
continue;
linelen = strlen (line);
/* Check for a shell command line first.
If it is not one, we can stop treating cmd_prefix specially. */
if (line[0] == cmd_prefix)
{
if (no_targets)
/* Ignore the commands in a rule with no targets. */
continue;
/* If there is no preceding rule line, don't treat this line
as a command, even though it begins with a recipe prefix.
SunOS 4 make appears to behave this way. */
if (filenames != 0)
{
if (ignoring)
/* Yep, this is a shell command, and we don't care. */
continue;
if (commands_idx == 0)
cmds_started = ebuf->floc.lineno;
/* Append this command line to the line being accumulated.
Skip the initial command prefix character. */
if (linelen + commands_idx > commands_len)
{
commands_len = (linelen + commands_idx) * 2;
commands = xrealloc (commands, commands_len);
}
memcpy (&commands[commands_idx], line + 1, linelen - 1);
commands_idx += linelen - 1;
commands[commands_idx++] = '\n';
continue;
}
}
/* This line is not a shell command line. Don't worry about whitespace.
Get more space if we need it; we don't need to preserve the current
contents of the buffer. */
if (collapsed_length < linelen+1)
{
collapsed_length = linelen+1;
free (collapsed);
/* Don't need xrealloc: we don't need to preserve the content. */
collapsed = xmalloc (collapsed_length);
}
strcpy (collapsed, line);
/* Collapse continuation lines. */
collapse_continuations (collapsed);
remove_comments (collapsed);
/* Get rid if starting space (including formfeed, vtab, etc.) */
p = collapsed;
while (isspace ((unsigned char)*p))
++p;
/* See if this is a variable assignment. We need to do this early, to
allow variables with names like 'ifdef', 'export', 'private', etc. */
p = parse_var_assignment (p, &vmod);
if (vmod.assign_v)
{
struct variable *v;
enum variable_origin origin = vmod.override_v ? o_override : o_file;
/* Variable assignment ends the previous rule. */
record_waiting_files ();
/* If we're ignoring then we're done now. */
if (ignoring)
{
if (vmod.define_v)
in_ignored_define = 1;
continue;
}
if (vmod.undefine_v)
{
do_undefine (p, origin, ebuf);
continue;
}
else if (vmod.define_v)
v = do_define (p, origin, ebuf);
else
v = try_variable_definition (fstart, p, origin, 0);
assert (v != NULL);
if (vmod.export_v)
v->export = v_export;
if (vmod.private_v)
v->private_var = 1;
/* This line has been dealt with. */
continue;
}
/* If this line is completely empty, ignore it. */
if (*p == '\0')
continue;
p2 = end_of_token (p);
wlen = p2 - p;
p2 = next_token (p2);
/* If we're in an ignored define, skip this line (but maybe get out). */
if (in_ignored_define)
{
/* See if this is an endef line (plus optional comment). */
if (word1eq ("endef") && STOP_SET (*p2, MAP_COMMENT|MAP_NUL))
in_ignored_define = 0;
continue;
}
/* Check for conditional state changes. */
{
int i = conditional_line (p, wlen, fstart);
if (i != -2)
{
if (i == -1)
O (fatal, fstart, _("invalid syntax in conditional"));
ignoring = i;
continue;
}
}
/* Nothing to see here... move along. */
if (ignoring)
continue;
/* Manage the "export" keyword used outside of variable assignment
as well as "unexport". */
if (word1eq ("export") || word1eq ("unexport"))
{
int exporting = *p == 'u' ? 0 : 1;
/* Export/unexport ends the previous rule. */
record_waiting_files ();
/* (un)export by itself causes everything to be (un)exported. */
if (*p2 == '\0')
export_all_variables = exporting;
else
{
unsigned int l;
const char *cp;
char *ap;
/* Expand the line so we can use indirect and constructed
variable names in an (un)export command. */
cp = ap = allocated_variable_expand (p2);
for (p = find_next_token (&cp, &l); p != 0;
p = find_next_token (&cp, &l))
{
struct variable *v = lookup_variable (p, l);
if (v == 0)
v = define_variable_global (p, l, "", o_file, 0, fstart);
v->export = exporting ? v_export : v_noexport;
}
free (ap);
}
continue;
}
/* Handle the special syntax for vpath. */
if (word1eq ("vpath"))
{
const char *cp;
char *vpat;
unsigned int l;
/* vpath ends the previous rule. */
record_waiting_files ();
cp = variable_expand (p2);
p = find_next_token (&cp, &l);
if (p != 0)
{
vpat = xstrndup (p, l);
p = find_next_token (&cp, &l);
/* No searchpath means remove all previous
selective VPATH's with the same pattern. */
}
else
/* No pattern means remove all previous selective VPATH's. */
vpat = 0;
construct_vpath_list (vpat, p);
free (vpat);
continue;
}
/* Handle include and variants. */
if (word1eq ("include") || word1eq ("-include") || word1eq ("sinclude"))
{
/* We have found an 'include' line specifying a nested
makefile to be read at this point. */
struct conditionals *save;
struct conditionals new_conditionals;
struct nameseq *files;
/* "-include" (vs "include") says no error if the file does not
exist. "sinclude" is an alias for this from SGI. */
int noerror = (p[0] != 'i');
/* Include ends the previous rule. */
record_waiting_files ();
p = allocated_variable_expand (p2);
/* If no filenames, it's a no-op. */
if (*p == '\0')
{
free (p);
continue;
}
/* Parse the list of file names. Don't expand archive references! */
p2 = p;
files = PARSE_FILE_SEQ (&p2, struct nameseq, MAP_NUL, NULL,
PARSEFS_NOAR);
free (p);
/* Save the state of conditionals and start
the included makefile with a clean slate. */
save = install_conditionals (&new_conditionals);
/* Record the rules that are waiting so they will determine
the default goal before those in the included makefile. */
record_waiting_files ();
/* Read each included makefile. */
while (files != 0)
{
struct nameseq *next = files->next;
const char *name = files->name;
int r;
free_ns (files);
files = next;
r = eval_makefile (name,
(RM_INCLUDED | RM_NO_TILDE
| (noerror ? RM_DONTCARE : 0)
| (set_default ? 0 : RM_NO_DEFAULT_GOAL)));
if (!r && !noerror)
{
const char *err = strerror (errno);
OSS (error, fstart, "%s: %s", name, err);
}
}
/* Restore conditional state. */
restore_conditionals (save);
continue;
}
/* Handle the load operations. */
if (word1eq ("load") || word1eq ("-load"))
{
/* A 'load' line specifies a dynamic object to load. */
struct nameseq *files;
int noerror = (p[0] == '-');
/* Load ends the previous rule. */
record_waiting_files ();
p = allocated_variable_expand (p2);
/* If no filenames, it's a no-op. */
if (*p == '\0')
{
free (p);
continue;
}
/* Parse the list of file names.
Don't expand archive references or strip "./" */
p2 = p;
files = PARSE_FILE_SEQ (&p2, struct nameseq, MAP_NUL, NULL,
PARSEFS_NOAR);
free (p);
/* Load each file. */
while (files != 0)
{
struct nameseq *next = files->next;
const char *name = files->name;
struct dep *deps;
int r;
/* Load the file. 0 means failure. */
r = load_file (&ebuf->floc, &name, noerror);
if (! r && ! noerror)
OS (fatal, &ebuf->floc, _("%s: failed to load"), name);
free_ns (files);
files = next;
/* Return of -1 means a special load: don't rebuild it. */
if (r == -1)
continue;
/* It succeeded, so add it to the list "to be rebuilt". */
deps = alloc_dep ();
deps->next = read_files;
read_files = deps;
deps->file = lookup_file (name);
if (deps->file == 0)
deps->file = enter_file (name);
deps->file->loaded = 1;
}
continue;
}
/* This line starts with a tab but was not caught above because there
was no preceding target, and the line might have been usable as a
variable definition. But now we know it is definitely lossage. */
if (line[0] == cmd_prefix)
O (fatal, fstart, _("recipe commences before first target"));
/* This line describes some target files. This is complicated by
the existence of target-specific variables, because we can't
expand the entire line until we know if we have one or not. So
we expand the line word by word until we find the first ':',
then check to see if it's a target-specific variable.
In this algorithm, 'lb_next' will point to the beginning of the
unexpanded parts of the input buffer, while 'p2' points to the
parts of the expanded buffer we haven't searched yet. */
{
enum make_word_type wtype;
char *cmdleft, *semip, *lb_next;
unsigned int plen = 0;
char *colonp;
const char *end, *beg; /* Helpers for whitespace stripping. */
/* Record the previous rule. */
record_waiting_files ();
tgts_started = fstart->lineno;
/* Search the line for an unquoted ; that is not after an
unquoted #. */
cmdleft = find_char_unquote (line, MAP_SEMI|MAP_COMMENT|MAP_VARIABLE);
if (cmdleft != 0 && *cmdleft == '#')
{
/* We found a comment before a semicolon. */
*cmdleft = '\0';
cmdleft = 0;
}
else if (cmdleft != 0)
/* Found one. Cut the line short there before expanding it. */
*(cmdleft++) = '\0';
semip = cmdleft;
collapse_continuations (line);
/* We can't expand the entire line, since if it's a per-target
variable we don't want to expand it. So, walk from the
beginning, expanding as we go, and looking for "interesting"
chars. The first word is always expandable. */
wtype = get_next_mword (line, NULL, &lb_next, &wlen);
switch (wtype)
{
case w_eol:
if (cmdleft != 0)
O (fatal, fstart, _("missing rule before recipe"));
/* This line contained something but turned out to be nothing
but whitespace (a comment?). */
continue;
case w_colon:
case w_dcolon:
/* We accept and ignore rules without targets for
compatibility with SunOS 4 make. */
no_targets = 1;
continue;
default:
break;
}
p2 = variable_expand_string (NULL, lb_next, wlen);
while (1)
{
lb_next += wlen;
if (cmdleft == 0)
{
/* Look for a semicolon in the expanded line. */
cmdleft = find_char_unquote (p2, MAP_SEMI);
if (cmdleft != 0)
{
unsigned long p2_off = p2 - variable_buffer;
unsigned long cmd_off = cmdleft - variable_buffer;
char *pend = p2 + strlen (p2);
/* Append any remnants of lb, then cut the line short
at the semicolon. */
*cmdleft = '\0';
/* One school of thought says that you shouldn't expand
here, but merely copy, since now you're beyond a ";"
and into a command script. However, the old parser
expanded the whole line, so we continue that for
backwards-compatibility. Also, it wouldn't be
entirely consistent, since we do an unconditional
expand below once we know we don't have a
target-specific variable. */
(void)variable_expand_string (pend, lb_next, (long)-1);
lb_next += strlen (lb_next);
p2 = variable_buffer + p2_off;
cmdleft = variable_buffer + cmd_off + 1;
}
}
colonp = find_char_unquote (p2, MAP_COLON);
#ifdef HAVE_DOS_PATHS
/* The drive spec brain-damage strikes again... */
/* Note that the only separators of targets in this context
are whitespace and a left paren. If others are possible,
they should be added to the string in the call to index. */
while (colonp && (colonp[1] == '/' || colonp[1] == '\\') &&
colonp > p2 && isalpha ((unsigned char)colonp[-1]) &&
(colonp == p2 + 1 || strchr (" \t(", colonp[-2]) != 0))
colonp = find_char_unquote (colonp + 1, MAP_COLON);
#endif
if (colonp != 0)
break;
wtype = get_next_mword (lb_next, NULL, &lb_next, &wlen);
if (wtype == w_eol)
break;
p2 += strlen (p2);
*(p2++) = ' ';
p2 = variable_expand_string (p2, lb_next, wlen);
/* We don't need to worry about cmdleft here, because if it was
found in the variable_buffer the entire buffer has already
been expanded... we'll never get here. */
}
p2 = next_token (variable_buffer);
/* If the word we're looking at is EOL, see if there's _anything_
on the line. If not, a variable expanded to nothing, so ignore
it. If so, we can't parse this line so punt. */
if (wtype == w_eol)
{
if (*p2 == '\0')
continue;
/* There's no need to be ivory-tower about this: check for
one of the most common bugs found in makefiles... */
if (cmd_prefix == '\t' && strneq (line, " ", 8))
O (fatal, fstart, _("missing separator (did you mean TAB instead of 8 spaces?)"));
else
O (fatal, fstart, _("missing separator"));
}
/* Make the colon the end-of-string so we know where to stop
looking for targets. Start there again once we're done. */
*colonp = '\0';
filenames = PARSE_SIMPLE_SEQ (&p2, struct nameseq);
*colonp = ':';
p2 = colonp;
if (!filenames)
{
/* We accept and ignore rules without targets for
compatibility with SunOS 4 make. */
no_targets = 1;
continue;
}
/* This should never be possible; we handled it above. */
assert (*p2 != '\0');
++p2;
/* Is this a one-colon or two-colon entry? */
two_colon = *p2 == ':';
if (two_colon)
p2++;
/* Test to see if it's a target-specific variable. Copy the rest
of the buffer over, possibly temporarily (we'll expand it later
if it's not a target-specific variable). PLEN saves the length
of the unparsed section of p2, for later. */
if (*lb_next != '\0')
{
unsigned int l = p2 - variable_buffer;
plen = strlen (p2);
variable_buffer_output (p2+plen, lb_next, strlen (lb_next)+1);
p2 = variable_buffer + l;
}
p2 = parse_var_assignment (p2, &vmod);
if (vmod.assign_v)
{
/* If there was a semicolon found, add it back, plus anything
after it. */
if (semip)
{
unsigned int l = p2 - variable_buffer;
*(--semip) = ';';
collapse_continuations (semip);
variable_buffer_output (p2 + strlen (p2),
semip, strlen (semip)+1);
p2 = variable_buffer + l;
}
record_target_var (filenames, p2,
vmod.override_v ? o_override : o_file,
&vmod, fstart);
filenames = 0;
continue;
}
/* This is a normal target, _not_ a target-specific variable.
Unquote any = in the dependency list. */
find_char_unquote (lb_next, MAP_EQUALS);
/* Remember the command prefix for this target. */
prefix = cmd_prefix;
/* We have some targets, so don't ignore the following commands. */
no_targets = 0;
/* Expand the dependencies, etc. */
if (*lb_next != '\0')
{
unsigned int l = p2 - variable_buffer;
(void) variable_expand_string (p2 + plen, lb_next, (long)-1);
p2 = variable_buffer + l;
/* Look for a semicolon in the expanded line. */
if (cmdleft == 0)
{
cmdleft = find_char_unquote (p2, MAP_SEMI);
if (cmdleft != 0)
*(cmdleft++) = '\0';
}
}
/* Is this a static pattern rule: 'target: %targ: %dep; ...'? */
p = strchr (p2, ':');
while (p != 0 && p[-1] == '\\')
{
char *q = &p[-1];
int backslash = 0;
while (*q-- == '\\')
backslash = !backslash;
if (backslash)
p = strchr (p + 1, ':');
else
break;
}
#ifdef _AMIGA
/* Here, the situation is quite complicated. Let's have a look
at a couple of targets:
install: dev:make
dev:make: make
dev:make:: xyz
The rule is that it's only a target, if there are TWO :'s
OR a space around the :.
*/
if (p && !(isspace ((unsigned char)p[1]) || !p[1]
|| isspace ((unsigned char)p[-1])))
p = 0;
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_DOS_PATHS
{
int check_again;
do {
check_again = 0;
/* For DOS-style paths, skip a "C:\..." or a "C:/..." */
if (p != 0 && (p[1] == '\\' || p[1] == '/') &&
isalpha ((unsigned char)p[-1]) &&
(p == p2 + 1 || strchr (" \t:(", p[-2]) != 0)) {
p = strchr (p + 1, ':');
check_again = 1;
}
} while (check_again);
}
#endif
if (p != 0)
{
struct nameseq *target;
target = PARSE_FILE_SEQ (&p2, struct nameseq, MAP_COLON, NULL,
PARSEFS_NOGLOB);
++p2;
if (target == 0)
O (fatal, fstart, _("missing target pattern"));
else if (target->next != 0)
O (fatal, fstart, _("multiple target patterns"));
pattern_percent = find_percent_cached (&target->name);
pattern = target->name;
if (pattern_percent == 0)
O (fatal, fstart, _("target pattern contains no '%%'"));
free_ns (target);
}
else
pattern = 0;
/* Strip leading and trailing whitespaces. */
beg = p2;
end = beg + strlen (beg) - 1;
strip_whitespace (&beg, &end);
/* Put all the prerequisites here; they'll be parsed later. */
if (beg <= end && *beg != '\0')
depstr = xstrndup (beg, end - beg + 1);
else
depstr = 0;
commands_idx = 0;
if (cmdleft != 0)
{
/* Semicolon means rest of line is a command. */
unsigned int l = strlen (cmdleft);
cmds_started = fstart->lineno;
/* Add this command line to the buffer. */
if (l + 2 > commands_len)
{
commands_len = (l + 2) * 2;
commands = xrealloc (commands, commands_len);
}
memcpy (commands, cmdleft, l);
commands_idx += l;
commands[commands_idx++] = '\n';
}
/* Determine if this target should be made default. We used to do
this in record_files() but because of the delayed target recording
and because preprocessor directives are legal in target's commands
it is too late. Consider this fragment for example:
foo:
ifeq ($(.DEFAULT_GOAL),foo)
...
endif
Because the target is not recorded until after ifeq directive is
evaluated the .DEFAULT_GOAL does not contain foo yet as one
would expect. Because of this we have to move the logic here. */
if (set_default && default_goal_var->value[0] == '\0')
{
struct dep *d;
struct nameseq *t = filenames;
for (; t != 0; t = t->next)
{
int reject = 0;
const char *name = t->name;
/* We have nothing to do if this is an implicit rule. */
if (strchr (name, '%') != 0)
break;
/* See if this target's name does not start with a '.',
unless it contains a slash. */
if (*name == '.' && strchr (name, '/') == 0
#ifdef HAVE_DOS_PATHS
&& strchr (name, '\\') == 0
#endif
)
continue;
/* If this file is a suffix, don't let it be
the default goal file. */
for (d = suffix_file->deps; d != 0; d = d->next)
{
register struct dep *d2;
if (*dep_name (d) != '.' && streq (name, dep_name (d)))
{
reject = 1;
break;
}
for (d2 = suffix_file->deps; d2 != 0; d2 = d2->next)
{
unsigned int l = strlen (dep_name (d2));
if (!strneq (name, dep_name (d2), l))
continue;
if (streq (name + l, dep_name (d)))
{
reject = 1;
break;
}
}
if (reject)
break;
}
if (!reject)
{
define_variable_global (".DEFAULT_GOAL", 13, t->name,
o_file, 0, NILF);
break;
}
}
}
continue;
}
/* We get here except in the case that we just read a rule line.
Record now the last rule we read, so following spurious
commands are properly diagnosed. */
record_waiting_files ();
}
#undef word1eq
if (conditionals->if_cmds)
O (fatal, fstart, _("missing 'endif'"));
/* At eof, record the last rule. */
record_waiting_files ();
free (collapsed);
free (commands);
}
/* Remove comments from LINE.
This is done by copying the text at LINE onto itself. */
static void
remove_comments (char *line)
{
char *comment;
comment = find_char_unquote (line, MAP_COMMENT);
if (comment != 0)
/* Cut off the line at the #. */
*comment = '\0';
}
/* Execute a 'undefine' directive.
The undefine line has already been read, and NAME is the name of
the variable to be undefined. */
static void
do_undefine (char *name, enum variable_origin origin, struct ebuffer *ebuf)
{
char *p, *var;
/* Expand the variable name and find the beginning (NAME) and end. */
var = allocated_variable_expand (name);
name = next_token (var);
if (*name == '\0')
O (fatal, &ebuf->floc, _("empty variable name"));
p = name + strlen (name) - 1;
while (p > name && isblank ((unsigned char)*p))
--p;
p[1] = '\0';
undefine_variable_global (name, p - name + 1, origin);
free (var);
}
/* Execute a 'define' directive.
The first line has already been read, and NAME is the name of
the variable to be defined. The following lines remain to be read. */
static struct variable *
do_define (char *name, enum variable_origin origin, struct ebuffer *ebuf)
{
struct variable *v;
struct variable var;
gmk_floc defstart;
int nlevels = 1;
unsigned int length = 100;
char *definition = xmalloc (length);
unsigned int idx = 0;
char *p, *n;
defstart = ebuf->floc;
p = parse_variable_definition (name, &var);
if (p == NULL)
/* No assignment token, so assume recursive. */
var.flavor = f_recursive;
else
{
if (var.value[0] != '\0')
O (error, &defstart, _("extraneous text after 'define' directive"));
/* Chop the string before the assignment token to get the name. */
var.name[var.length] = '\0';
}
/* Expand the variable name and find the beginning (NAME) and end. */
n = allocated_variable_expand (name);
name = next_token (n);
if (name[0] == '\0')
O (fatal, &defstart, _("empty variable name"));
p = name + strlen (name) - 1;
while (p > name && isblank ((unsigned char)*p))
--p;
p[1] = '\0';
/* Now read the value of the variable. */
while (1)
{
unsigned int len;
char *line;
long nlines = readline (ebuf);
/* If there is nothing left to be eval'd, there's no 'endef'!! */
if (nlines < 0)
O (fatal, &defstart, _("missing 'endef', unterminated 'define'"));
ebuf->floc.lineno += nlines;
line = ebuf->buffer;
collapse_continuations (line);
/* If the line doesn't begin with a tab, test to see if it introduces
another define, or ends one. Stop if we find an 'endef' */
if (line[0] != cmd_prefix)
{
p = next_token (line);
len = strlen (p);
/* If this is another 'define', increment the level count. */
if ((len == 6 || (len > 6 && isblank ((unsigned char)p[6])))
&& strneq (p, "define", 6))
++nlevels;
/* If this is an 'endef', decrement the count. If it's now 0,
we've found the last one. */
else if ((len == 5 || (len > 5 && isblank ((unsigned char)p[5])))
&& strneq (p, "endef", 5))
{
p += 5;
remove_comments (p);
if (*(next_token (p)) != '\0')
O (error, &ebuf->floc,
_("extraneous text after 'endef' directive"));
if (--nlevels == 0)
break;
}
}
/* Add this line to the variable definition. */
len = strlen (line);
if (idx + len + 1 > length)
{
length = (idx + len) * 2;
definition = xrealloc (definition, length + 1);
}
memcpy (&definition[idx], line, len);
idx += len;
/* Separate lines with a newline. */
definition[idx++] = '\n';
}
/* We've got what we need; define the variable. */
if (idx == 0)
definition[0] = '\0';
else
definition[idx - 1] = '\0';
v = do_variable_definition (&defstart, name,
definition, origin, var.flavor, 0);
free (definition);
free (n);
return (v);
}
/* Interpret conditional commands "ifdef", "ifndef", "ifeq",
"ifneq", "else" and "endif".
LINE is the input line, with the command as its first word.
FILENAME and LINENO are the filename and line number in the
current makefile. They are used for error messages.
Value is -2 if the line is not a conditional at all,
-1 if the line is an invalid conditional,
0 if following text should be interpreted,
1 if following text should be ignored. */
static int
conditional_line (char *line, int len, const gmk_floc *flocp)
{
const char *cmdname;
enum { c_ifdef, c_ifndef, c_ifeq, c_ifneq, c_else, c_endif } cmdtype;
unsigned int i;
unsigned int o;
/* Compare a word, both length and contents. */
#define word1eq(s) (len == CSTRLEN (s) && strneq (s, line, CSTRLEN (s)))
#define chkword(s, t) if (word1eq (s)) { cmdtype = (t); cmdname = (s); }
/* Make sure this line is a conditional. */
chkword ("ifdef", c_ifdef)
else chkword ("ifndef", c_ifndef)
else chkword ("ifeq", c_ifeq)
else chkword ("ifneq", c_ifneq)
else chkword ("else", c_else)
else chkword ("endif", c_endif)
else
return -2;
/* Found one: skip past it and any whitespace after it. */
line = next_token (line + len);
#define EXTRATEXT() OS (error, flocp, _("extraneous text after '%s' directive"), cmdname)
#define EXTRACMD() OS (fatal, flocp, _("extraneous '%s'"), cmdname)
/* An 'endif' cannot contain extra text, and reduces the if-depth by 1 */
if (cmdtype == c_endif)
{
if (*line != '\0')
EXTRATEXT ();
if (!conditionals->if_cmds)
EXTRACMD ();
--conditionals->if_cmds;
goto DONE;
}
/* An 'else' statement can either be simple, or it can have another
conditional after it. */
if (cmdtype == c_else)
{
const char *p;
if (!conditionals->if_cmds)
EXTRACMD ();
o = conditionals->if_cmds - 1;
if (conditionals->seen_else[o])
O (fatal, flocp, _("only one 'else' per conditional"));
/* Change the state of ignorance. */
switch (conditionals->ignoring[o])
{
case 0:
/* We've just been interpreting. Never do it again. */
conditionals->ignoring[o] = 2;
break;
case 1:
/* We've never interpreted yet. Maybe this time! */
conditionals->ignoring[o] = 0;
break;
}
/* It's a simple 'else'. */
if (*line == '\0')
{
conditionals->seen_else[o] = 1;
goto DONE;
}
/* The 'else' has extra text. That text must be another conditional
and cannot be an 'else' or 'endif'. */
/* Find the length of the next word. */
for (p = line+1; ! STOP_SET (*p, MAP_SPACE|MAP_NUL); ++p)
;
len = p - line;
/* If it's 'else' or 'endif' or an illegal conditional, fail. */
if (word1eq ("else") || word1eq ("endif")
|| conditional_line (line, len, flocp) < 0)
EXTRATEXT ();
else
{
/* conditional_line() created a new level of conditional.
Raise it back to this level. */
if (conditionals->ignoring[o] < 2)
conditionals->ignoring[o] = conditionals->ignoring[o+1];
--conditionals->if_cmds;
}
goto DONE;
}
if (conditionals->allocated == 0)
{
conditionals->allocated = 5;
conditionals->ignoring = xmalloc (conditionals->allocated);
conditionals->seen_else = xmalloc (conditionals->allocated);
}
o = conditionals->if_cmds++;
if (conditionals->if_cmds > conditionals->allocated)
{
conditionals->allocated += 5;
conditionals->ignoring = xrealloc (conditionals->ignoring,
conditionals->allocated);
conditionals->seen_else = xrealloc (conditionals->seen_else,
conditionals->allocated);
}
/* Record that we have seen an 'if...' but no 'else' so far. */
conditionals->seen_else[o] = 0;
/* Search through the stack to see if we're already ignoring. */
for (i = 0; i < o; ++i)
if (conditionals->ignoring[i])
{
/* We are already ignoring, so just push a level to match the next
"else" or "endif", and keep ignoring. We don't want to expand
variables in the condition. */
conditionals->ignoring[o] = 1;
return 1;
}
if (cmdtype == c_ifdef || cmdtype == c_ifndef)
{
char *var;
struct variable *v;
char *p;
/* Expand the thing we're looking up, so we can use indirect and
constructed variable names. */
var = allocated_variable_expand (line);
/* Make sure there's only one variable name to test. */
p = end_of_token (var);
i = p - var;
p = next_token (p);
if (*p != '\0')
return -1;
var[i] = '\0';
v = lookup_variable (var, i);
conditionals->ignoring[o] =
((v != 0 && *v->value != '\0') == (cmdtype == c_ifndef));
free (var);
}
else
{
/* "ifeq" or "ifneq". */
char *s1, *s2;
unsigned int l;
char termin = *line == '(' ? ',' : *line;
if (termin != ',' && termin != '"' && termin != '\'')
return -1;
s1 = ++line;
/* Find the end of the first string. */
if (termin == ',')
{
int count = 0;
for (; *line != '\0'; ++line)
if (*line == '(')
++count;
else if (*line == ')')
--count;
else if (*line == ',' && count <= 0)
break;
}
else
while (*line != '\0' && *line != termin)
++line;
if (*line == '\0')
return -1;
if (termin == ',')
{
/* Strip blanks after the first string. */
char *p = line++;
while (isblank ((unsigned char)p[-1]))
--p;
*p = '\0';
}
else
*line++ = '\0';
s2 = variable_expand (s1);
/* We must allocate a new copy of the expanded string because
variable_expand re-uses the same buffer. */
l = strlen (s2);
s1 = alloca (l + 1);
memcpy (s1, s2, l + 1);
if (termin != ',')
/* Find the start of the second string. */
line = next_token (line);
termin = termin == ',' ? ')' : *line;
if (termin != ')' && termin != '"' && termin != '\'')
return -1;
/* Find the end of the second string. */
if (termin == ')')
{
int count = 0;
s2 = next_token (line);
for (line = s2; *line != '\0'; ++line)
{
if (*line == '(')
++count;
else if (*line == ')')
{
if (count <= 0)
break;
else
--count;
}
}
}
else
{
++line;
s2 = line;
while (*line != '\0' && *line != termin)
++line;
}
if (*line == '\0')
return -1;
*line = '\0';
line = next_token (++line);
if (*line != '\0')
EXTRATEXT ();
s2 = variable_expand (s2);
conditionals->ignoring[o] = (streq (s1, s2) == (cmdtype == c_ifneq));
}
DONE:
/* Search through the stack to see if we're ignoring. */
for (i = 0; i < conditionals->if_cmds; ++i)
if (conditionals->ignoring[i])
return 1;
return 0;
}
/* Record target-specific variable values for files FILENAMES.
TWO_COLON is nonzero if a double colon was used.
The links of FILENAMES are freed, and so are any names in it
that are not incorporated into other data structures.
If the target is a pattern, add the variable to the pattern-specific
variable value list. */
static void
record_target_var (struct nameseq *filenames, char *defn,
enum variable_origin origin, struct vmodifiers *vmod,
const gmk_floc *flocp)
{
struct nameseq *nextf;
struct variable_set_list *global;
global = current_variable_set_list;
/* If the variable is an append version, store that but treat it as a
normal recursive variable. */
for (; filenames != 0; filenames = nextf)
{
struct variable *v;
const char *name = filenames->name;
const char *percent;
struct pattern_var *p;
nextf = filenames->next;
free_ns (filenames);
/* If it's a pattern target, then add it to the pattern-specific
variable list. */
percent = find_percent_cached (&name);
if (percent)
{
/* Get a reference for this pattern-specific variable struct. */
p = create_pattern_var (name, percent);
p->variable.fileinfo = *flocp;
/* I don't think this can fail since we already determined it was a
variable definition. */
v = assign_variable_definition (&p->variable, defn);
assert (v != 0);
v->origin = origin;
if (v->flavor == f_simple)
v->value = allocated_variable_expand (v->value);
else
v->value = xstrdup (v->value);
}
else
{
struct file *f;
/* Get a file reference for this file, and initialize it.
We don't want to just call enter_file() because that allocates a
new entry if the file is a double-colon, which we don't want in
this situation. */
f = lookup_file (name);
if (!f)
f = enter_file (strcache_add (name));
else if (f->double_colon)
f = f->double_colon;
initialize_file_variables (f, 1);
current_variable_set_list = f->variables;
v = try_variable_definition (flocp, defn, origin, 1);
if (!v)
O (fatal, flocp, _("Malformed target-specific variable definition"));
current_variable_set_list = global;
}
/* Set up the variable to be *-specific. */
v->per_target = 1;
v->private_var = vmod->private_v;
v->export = vmod->export_v ? v_export : v_default;
/* If it's not an override, check to see if there was a command-line
setting. If so, reset the value. */
if (v->origin != o_override)
{
struct variable *gv;
int len = strlen (v->name);
gv = lookup_variable (v->name, len);
if (gv && v != gv
&& (gv->origin == o_env_override || gv->origin == o_command))
{
free (v->value);
v->value = xstrdup (gv->value);
v->origin = gv->origin;
v->recursive = gv->recursive;
v->append = 0;
}
}
}
}
/* Record a description line for files FILENAMES,
with dependencies DEPS, commands to execute described
by COMMANDS and COMMANDS_IDX, coming from FILENAME:COMMANDS_STARTED.
TWO_COLON is nonzero if a double colon was used.
If not nil, PATTERN is the '%' pattern to make this
a static pattern rule, and PATTERN_PERCENT is a pointer
to the '%' within it.
The links of FILENAMES are freed, and so are any names in it
that are not incorporated into other data structures. */
static void
record_files (struct nameseq *filenames, const char *pattern,
const char *pattern_percent, char *depstr,
unsigned int cmds_started, char *commands,
unsigned int commands_idx, int two_colon,
char prefix, const gmk_floc *flocp)
{
struct commands *cmds;
struct dep *deps;
const char *implicit_percent;
const char *name;
/* If we've already snapped deps, that means we're in an eval being
resolved after the makefiles have been read in. We can't add more rules
at this time, since they won't get snapped and we'll get core dumps.
See Savannah bug # 12124. */
if (snapped_deps)
O (fatal, flocp, _("prerequisites cannot be defined in recipes"));
/* Determine if this is a pattern rule or not. */
name = filenames->name;
implicit_percent = find_percent_cached (&name);
/* If there's a recipe, set up a struct for it. */
if (commands_idx > 0)
{
cmds = xmalloc (sizeof (struct commands));
cmds->fileinfo.filenm = flocp->filenm;
cmds->fileinfo.lineno = cmds_started;
cmds->commands = xstrndup (commands, commands_idx);
cmds->command_lines = 0;
cmds->recipe_prefix = prefix;
}
else
cmds = 0;
/* If there's a prereq string then parse it--unless it's eligible for 2nd
expansion: if so, snap_deps() will do it. */
if (depstr == 0)
deps = 0;
else
{
depstr = unescape_char (depstr, ':');
if (second_expansion && strchr (depstr, '$'))
{
deps = alloc_dep ();
deps->name = depstr;
deps->need_2nd_expansion = 1;
deps->staticpattern = pattern != 0;
}
else
{
deps = split_prereqs (depstr);
free (depstr);
/* We'll enter static pattern prereqs later when we have the stem.
We don't want to enter pattern rules at all so that we don't
think that they ought to exist (make manual "Implicit Rule Search
Algorithm", item 5c). */
if (! pattern && ! implicit_percent)
deps = enter_prereqs (deps, NULL);
}
}
/* For implicit rules, _all_ the targets must have a pattern. That means we
can test the first one to see if we're working with an implicit rule; if
so we handle it specially. */
if (implicit_percent)
{
struct nameseq *nextf;
const char **targets, **target_pats;
unsigned int c;
if (pattern != 0)
O (fatal, flocp, _("mixed implicit and static pattern rules"));
/* Count the targets to create an array of target names.
We already have the first one. */
nextf = filenames->next;
free_ns (filenames);
filenames = nextf;
for (c = 1; nextf; ++c, nextf = nextf->next)
;
targets = xmalloc (c * sizeof (const char *));
target_pats = xmalloc (c * sizeof (const char *));
targets[0] = name;
target_pats[0] = implicit_percent;
c = 1;
while (filenames)
{
name = filenames->name;
implicit_percent = find_percent_cached (&name);
if (implicit_percent == 0)
O (fatal, flocp, _("mixed implicit and normal rules"));
targets[c] = name;
target_pats[c] = implicit_percent;
++c;
nextf = filenames->next;
free_ns (filenames);
filenames = nextf;
}
create_pattern_rule (targets, target_pats, c, two_colon, deps, cmds, 1);
return;
}
/* Walk through each target and create it in the database.
We already set up the first target, above. */
while (1)
{
struct nameseq *nextf = filenames->next;
struct file *f;
struct dep *this = 0;
free_ns (filenames);
/* Check for special targets. Do it here instead of, say, snap_deps()
so that we can immediately use the value. */
if (streq (name, ".POSIX"))
{
posix_pedantic = 1;
define_variable_cname (".SHELLFLAGS", "-ec", o_default, 0);
/* These default values are based on IEEE Std 1003.1-2008. */
define_variable_cname ("ARFLAGS", "-rv", o_default, 0);
define_variable_cname ("CC", "c99", o_default, 0);
define_variable_cname ("CFLAGS", "-O", o_default, 0);
define_variable_cname ("FC", "fort77", o_default, 0);
define_variable_cname ("FFLAGS", "-O 1", o_default, 0);
define_variable_cname ("SCCSGETFLAGS", "-s", o_default, 0);
}
else if (streq (name, ".SECONDEXPANSION"))
second_expansion = 1;
#if !defined (__MSDOS__) && !defined (__EMX__)
else if (streq (name, ".ONESHELL"))
one_shell = 1;
#endif
/* If this is a static pattern rule:
'targets: target%pattern: prereq%pattern; recipe',
make sure the pattern matches this target name. */
if (pattern && !pattern_matches (pattern, pattern_percent, name))
OS (error, flocp,
_("target '%s' doesn't match the target pattern"), name);
else if (deps)
/* If there are multiple targets, copy the chain DEPS for all but the
last one. It is not safe for the same deps to go in more than one
place in the database. */
this = nextf != 0 ? copy_dep_chain (deps) : deps;
/* Find or create an entry in the file database for this target. */
if (!two_colon)
{
/* Single-colon. Combine this rule with the file's existing record,
if any. */
f = enter_file (strcache_add (name));
if (f->double_colon)
OS (fatal, flocp,
_("target file '%s' has both : and :: entries"), f->name);
/* If CMDS == F->CMDS, this target was listed in this rule
more than once. Just give a warning since this is harmless. */
if (cmds != 0 && cmds == f->cmds)
OS (error, flocp,
_("target '%s' given more than once in the same rule"),
f->name);
/* Check for two single-colon entries both with commands.
Check is_target so that we don't lose on files such as .c.o
whose commands were preinitialized. */
else if (cmds != 0 && f->cmds != 0 && f->is_target)
{
size_t l = strlen (f->name);
error (&cmds->fileinfo, l,
_("warning: overriding recipe for target '%s'"),
f->name);
error (&f->cmds->fileinfo, l,
_("warning: ignoring old recipe for target '%s'"),
f->name);
}
/* Defining .DEFAULT with no deps or cmds clears it. */
if (f == default_file && this == 0 && cmds == 0)
f->cmds = 0;
if (cmds != 0)
f->cmds = cmds;
/* Defining .SUFFIXES with no dependencies clears out the list of
suffixes. */
if (f == suffix_file && this == 0)
{
free_dep_chain (f->deps);
f->deps = 0;
}
}
else
{
/* Double-colon. Make a new record even if there already is one. */
f = lookup_file (name);
/* Check for both : and :: rules. Check is_target so we don't lose
on default suffix rules or makefiles. */
if (f != 0 && f->is_target && !f->double_colon)
OS (fatal, flocp,
_("target file '%s' has both : and :: entries"), f->name);
f = enter_file (strcache_add (name));
/* If there was an existing entry and it was a double-colon entry,
enter_file will have returned a new one, making it the prev
pointer of the old one, and setting its double_colon pointer to
the first one. */
if (f->double_colon == 0)
/* This is the first entry for this name, so we must set its
double_colon pointer to itself. */
f->double_colon = f;
f->cmds = cmds;
}
f->is_target = 1;
/* If this is a static pattern rule, set the stem to the part of its
name that matched the '%' in the pattern, so you can use $* in the
commands. If we didn't do it before, enter the prereqs now. */
if (pattern)
{
static const char *percent = "%";
char *buffer = variable_expand ("");
char *o = patsubst_expand_pat (buffer, name, pattern, percent,
pattern_percent+1, percent+1);
f->stem = strcache_add_len (buffer, o - buffer);
if (this)
{
if (! this->need_2nd_expansion)
this = enter_prereqs (this, f->stem);
else
this->stem = f->stem;
}
}
/* Add the dependencies to this file entry. */
if (this != 0)
{
/* Add the file's old deps and the new ones in THIS together. */
if (f->deps == 0)
f->deps = this;
else if (cmds != 0)
{
struct dep *d = this;
/* If this rule has commands, put these deps first. */
while (d->next != 0)
d = d->next;
d->next = f->deps;
f->deps = this;
}
else
{
struct dep *d = f->deps;
/* A rule without commands: put its prereqs at the end. */
while (d->next != 0)
d = d->next;
d->next = this;
}
}
name = f->name;
/* All done! Set up for the next one. */
if (nextf == 0)
break;
filenames = nextf;
/* Reduce escaped percents. If there are any unescaped it's an error */
name = filenames->name;
if (find_percent_cached (&name))
O (error, flocp,
_("*** mixed implicit and normal rules: deprecated syntax"));
}
}
/* Search STRING for an unquoted STOPCHAR or blank (if BLANK is nonzero).
Backslashes quote STOPCHAR, blanks if BLANK is nonzero, and backslash.
Quoting backslashes are removed from STRING by compacting it into
itself. Returns a pointer to the first unquoted STOPCHAR if there is
one, or nil if there are none. STOPCHARs inside variable references are
ignored if IGNOREVARS is true.
STOPCHAR _cannot_ be '$' if IGNOREVARS is true. */
static char *
find_char_unquote (char *string, int map)
{
unsigned int string_len = 0;
char *p = string;
/* Always stop on NUL. */
map |= MAP_NUL;
while (1)
{
while (! STOP_SET (*p, map))
++p;
if (*p == '\0')
break;
/* If we stopped due to a variable reference, skip over its contents. */
if (STOP_SET (*p, MAP_VARIABLE))
{
char openparen = p[1];
/* Check if '$' is the last character in the string. */
if (openparen == '\0')
break;
p += 2;
/* Skip the contents of a non-quoted, multi-char variable ref. */
if (openparen == '(' || openparen == '{')
{
unsigned int pcount = 1;
char closeparen = (openparen == '(' ? ')' : '}');
while (*p)
{
if (*p == openparen)
++pcount;
else if (*p == closeparen)
if (--pcount == 0)
{
++p;
break;
}
++p;
}
}
/* Skipped the variable reference: look for STOPCHARS again. */
continue;
}
if (p > string && p[-1] == '\\')
{
/* Search for more backslashes. */
int i = -2;
while (&p[i] >= string && p[i] == '\\')
--i;
++i;
/* Only compute the length if really needed. */
if (string_len == 0)
string_len = strlen (string);
/* The number of backslashes is now -I.
Copy P over itself to swallow half of them. */
memmove (&p[i], &p[i/2], (string_len - (p - string)) - (i/2) + 1);
p += i/2;
if (i % 2 == 0)
/* All the backslashes quoted each other; the STOPCHAR was
unquoted. */
return p;
/* The STOPCHAR was quoted by a backslash. Look for another. */
}
else
/* No backslash in sight. */
return p;
}
/* Never hit a STOPCHAR or blank (with BLANK nonzero). */
return 0;
}
/* Unescape a character in a string. The string is compressed onto itself. */
static char *
unescape_char (char *string, int c)
{
char *p = string;
char *s = string;
while (*s != '\0')
{
if (*s == '\\')
{
char *e = s;
int l;
/* We found a backslash. See if it's escaping our character. */
while (*e == '\\')
++e;
l = e - s;
if (*e != c || l%2 == 0)
{
/* It's not; just take it all without unescaping. */
memmove (p, s, l);
p += l;
// If we hit the end of the string, we're done
if (*e == '\0')
break;
}
else if (l > 1)
{
/* It is, and there's >1 backslash. Take half of them. */
l /= 2;
memmove (p, s, l);
p += l;
}
s = e;
}
*(p++) = *(s++);
}
*p = '\0';
return string;
}
/* Search PATTERN for an unquoted % and handle quoting. */
char *
find_percent (char *pattern)
{
return find_char_unquote (pattern, MAP_PERCENT);
}
/* Search STRING for an unquoted % and handle quoting. Returns a pointer to
the % or NULL if no % was found.
This version is used with strings in the string cache: if there's a need to
modify the string a new version will be added to the string cache and
*STRING will be set to that. */
const char *
find_percent_cached (const char **string)
{
const char *p = *string;
char *new = 0;
int slen = 0;
/* If the first char is a % return now. This lets us avoid extra tests
inside the loop. */
if (*p == '%')
return p;
while (1)
{
while (! STOP_SET (*p, MAP_PERCENT|MAP_NUL))
++p;
if (*p == '\0')
break;
/* See if this % is escaped with a backslash; if not we're done. */
if (p[-1] != '\\')
break;
{
/* Search for more backslashes. */
char *pv;
int i = -2;
while (&p[i] >= *string && p[i] == '\\')
--i;
++i;
/* At this point we know we'll need to allocate a new string.
Make a copy if we haven't yet done so. */
if (! new)
{
slen = strlen (*string);
new = alloca (slen + 1);
memcpy (new, *string, slen + 1);
p = new + (p - *string);
*string = new;
}
/* At this point *string, p, and new all point into the same string.
Get a non-const version of p so we can modify new. */
pv = new + (p - *string);
/* The number of backslashes is now -I.
Copy P over itself to swallow half of them. */
memmove (&pv[i], &pv[i/2], (slen - (pv - new)) - (i/2) + 1);
p += i/2;
/* If the backslashes quoted each other; the % was unquoted. */
if (i % 2 == 0)
break;
}
}
/* If we had to change STRING, add it to the strcache. */
if (new)
{
*string = strcache_add (*string);
p = *string + (p - new);
}
/* If we didn't find a %, return NULL. Otherwise return a ptr to it. */
return (*p == '\0') ? NULL : p;
}
/* Find the next line of text in an eval buffer, combining continuation lines
into one line.
Return the number of actual lines read (> 1 if continuation lines).
Returns -1 if there's nothing left in the buffer.
After this function, ebuf->buffer points to the first character of the
line we just found.
*/
/* Read a line of text from a STRING.
Since we aren't really reading from a file, don't bother with linenumbers.
*/
static long
readstring (struct ebuffer *ebuf)
{
char *eol;
/* If there is nothing left in this buffer, return 0. */
if (ebuf->bufnext >= ebuf->bufstart + ebuf->size)
return -1;
/* Set up a new starting point for the buffer, and find the end of the
next logical line (taking into account backslash/newline pairs). */
eol = ebuf->buffer = ebuf->bufnext;
while (1)
{
int backslash = 0;
const char *bol = eol;
const char *p;
/* Find the next newline. At EOS, stop. */
p = eol = strchr (eol , '\n');
if (!eol)
{
ebuf->bufnext = ebuf->bufstart + ebuf->size + 1;
return 0;
}
/* Found a newline; if it's escaped continue; else we're done. */
while (p > bol && *(--p) == '\\')
backslash = !backslash;
if (!backslash)
break;
++eol;
}
/* Overwrite the newline char. */
*eol = '\0';
ebuf->bufnext = eol+1;
return 0;
}
static long
readline (struct ebuffer *ebuf)
{
char *p;
char *end;
char *start;
long nlines = 0;
/* The behaviors between string and stream buffers are different enough to
warrant different functions. Do the Right Thing. */
if (!ebuf->fp)
return readstring (ebuf);
/* When reading from a file, we always start over at the beginning of the
buffer for each new line. */
p = start = ebuf->bufstart;
end = p + ebuf->size;
*p = '\0';
while (fgets (p, end - p, ebuf->fp) != 0)
{
char *p2;
unsigned long len;
int backslash;
len = strlen (p);
if (len == 0)
{
/* This only happens when the first thing on the line is a '\0'.
It is a pretty hopeless case, but (wonder of wonders) Athena
lossage strikes again! (xmkmf puts NULs in its makefiles.)
There is nothing really to be done; we synthesize a newline so
the following line doesn't appear to be part of this line. */
O (error, &ebuf->floc,
_("warning: NUL character seen; rest of line ignored"));
p[0] = '\n';
len = 1;
}
/* Jump past the text we just read. */
p += len;
/* If the last char isn't a newline, the whole line didn't fit into the
buffer. Get some more buffer and try again. */
if (p[-1] != '\n')
goto more_buffer;
/* We got a newline, so add one to the count of lines. */
++nlines;
#if !defined(WINDOWS32) && !defined(__MSDOS__) && !defined(__EMX__)
/* Check to see if the line was really ended with CRLF; if so ignore
the CR. */
if ((p - start) > 1 && p[-2] == '\r')
{
--p;
memmove (p-1, p, strlen (p) + 1);
}
#endif
backslash = 0;
for (p2 = p - 2; p2 >= start; --p2)
{
if (*p2 != '\\')
break;
backslash = !backslash;
}
if (!backslash)
{
p[-1] = '\0';
break;
}
/* It was a backslash/newline combo. If we have more space, read
another line. */
if (end - p >= 80)
continue;
/* We need more space at the end of our buffer, so realloc it.
Make sure to preserve the current offset of p. */
more_buffer:
{
unsigned long off = p - start;
ebuf->size *= 2;
start = ebuf->buffer = ebuf->bufstart = xrealloc (start, ebuf->size);
p = start + off;
end = start + ebuf->size;
*p = '\0';
}
}
if (ferror (ebuf->fp))
pfatal_with_name (ebuf->floc.filenm);
/* If we found some lines, return how many.
If we didn't, but we did find _something_, that indicates we read the last
line of a file with no final newline; return 1.
If we read nothing, we're at EOF; return -1. */
return nlines ? nlines : p == ebuf->bufstart ? -1 : 1;
}
/* Parse the next "makefile word" from the input buffer, and return info
about it.
A "makefile word" is one of:
w_bogus Should never happen
w_eol End of input
w_static A static word; cannot be expanded
w_variable A word containing one or more variables/functions
w_colon A colon
w_dcolon A double-colon
w_semicolon A semicolon
w_varassign A variable assignment operator (=, :=, ::=, +=, ?=, or !=)
Note that this function is only used when reading certain parts of the
makefile. Don't use it where special rules hold sway (RHS of a variable,
in a command list, etc.) */
static enum make_word_type
get_next_mword (char *buffer, char *delim, char **startp, unsigned int *length)
{
enum make_word_type wtype = w_bogus;
char *p = buffer, *beg;
char c;
/* Skip any leading whitespace. */
while (isblank ((unsigned char)*p))
++p;
beg = p;
c = *(p++);
switch (c)
{
case '\0':
wtype = w_eol;
break;
case ';':
wtype = w_semicolon;
break;
case '=':
wtype = w_varassign;
break;
case ':':
wtype = w_colon;
switch (*p)
{
case ':':
++p;
if (p[1] != '=')
wtype = w_dcolon;
else
{
wtype = w_varassign;
++p;
}
break;
case '=':
++p;
wtype = w_varassign;
break;
}
break;
case '+':
case '?':
case '!':
if (*p == '=')
{
++p;
wtype = w_varassign;
break;
}
default:
if (delim && strchr (delim, c))
wtype = w_static;
break;
}
/* Did we find something? If so, return now. */
if (wtype != w_bogus)
goto done;
/* This is some non-operator word. A word consists of the longest
string of characters that doesn't contain whitespace, one of [:=#],
or [?+!]=, or one of the chars in the DELIM string. */
/* We start out assuming a static word; if we see a variable we'll
adjust our assumptions then. */
wtype = w_static;
/* We already found the first value of "c", above. */
while (1)
{
char closeparen;
int count;
switch (c)
{
case '\0':
case ' ':
case '\t':
case '=':
goto done_word;
case ':':
#ifdef HAVE_DOS_PATHS
/* A word CAN include a colon in its drive spec. The drive
spec is allowed either at the beginning of a word, or as part
of the archive member name, like in "libfoo.a(d:/foo/bar.o)". */
if (!(p - beg >= 2
&& (*p == '/' || *p == '\\') && isalpha ((unsigned char)p[-2])
&& (p - beg == 2 || p[-3] == '(')))
#endif
goto done_word;
case '$':
c = *(p++);
if (c == '$')
break;
if (c == '\0')
goto done_word;
/* This is a variable reference, so note that it's expandable.
Then read it to the matching close paren. */
wtype = w_variable;
if (c == '(')
closeparen = ')';
else if (c == '{')
closeparen = '}';
else
/* This is a single-letter variable reference. */
break;
for (count=0; *p != '\0'; ++p)
{
if (*p == c)
++count;
else if (*p == closeparen && --count < 0)
{
++p;
break;
}
}
break;
case '?':
case '+':
if (*p == '=')
goto done_word;
break;
case '\\':
switch (*p)
{
case ':':
case ';':
case '=':
case '\\':
++p;
break;
}
break;
default:
if (delim && strchr (delim, c))
goto done_word;
break;
}
c = *(p++);
}
done_word:
--p;
done:
if (startp)
*startp = beg;
if (length)
*length = p - beg;
return wtype;
}
/* Construct the list of include directories
from the arguments and the default list. */
void
construct_include_path (const char **arg_dirs)
{
#ifdef VAXC /* just don't ask ... */
stat_t stbuf;
#else
struct stat stbuf;
#endif
const char **dirs;
const char **