cleanup unused

v1.8
Mike Jerris 5 years ago
parent efcc6c4e93
commit f7e2505fc7
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@ -255,17 +255,3 @@ libs/broadvoice-*/
libs/libcodec2-*/
libs/libsilk-*/
libs/libconfig-*
libs/libsodium-*
libs/civetweb-*
libs/libblade/libblade.VC.db
libs/libblade/libblade.VC.VC.opendb
libs/libblade/Win32/
libs/libblade/x64/
libs/libks/libks.VC.db
libs/libks/libks.VC.VC.opendb
libs/pax_global_header
libs/win32/libconfig/Win32
libs/win32/libconfig/x64
libs/win32/libsodium/Win32
libs/win32/libsodium/x64

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@ -1693,24 +1693,6 @@ Files: src/switch_dso.c
Copyright: 2008 Michael Jerris
License: BSD-like
Files: libs/libks/*
libs/libscgi/src/include/scgi_oop.h
libs/libscgi/src/scgi.c
Copyright: 2007-2013, Anthony Minessale II
2007 Michael Jerris
1996-2000 Gray Watson
License: BSD-3-clause
Files: libs/libks/*/ks_json.[ch]
src/include/switch_json.h
src/switch_json.c
Copyright: 2009 Dave Gamble
License: MIT/X11 (BSD like)
Files: libs/libks/*/simclist.[ch]
Copyright: 2007-2011 Mij <mij@bitchx.it>
License: ISC
Files: libs/libtpl-1.5/src/tpl.[ch]
Copyright: 2005-2010, Troy D. Hanson
License: BSD-2-clause

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Makefile
Makefile.in
build/*.m4
configure

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ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS=-I build
EXTRA_DIST =
SUBDIRS = . test switchblade
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = subdir-objects
CIVETWEB_VERSION=1.9.1
CIVETWEB=civetweb-$(CIVETWEB_VERSION)
CIVETWEB_DIR=$(top_srcdir)/../$(CIVETWEB)
CIVETWEB_LIB=$(top_srcdir)/../$(CIVETWEB)/libcivetweb.a
LIBKS_DIR=$(top_srcdir)/../libks
LIBKS=$(LIBKS_DIR)/libks.la
AM_CFLAGS += -I$(top_srcdir)/src -I$(top_srcdir)/src/include -I$(CIVETWEB_DIR)/include -I$(LIBKS_DIR)/src/include
AM_LDFLAGS += -L$(CIVETWEB_DIR)
noinst_LTLIBRARIES = libunqlite.la
libunqlite_la_SOURCES = src/unqlite.c
libunqlite_la_CFLAGS = -DUNQLITE_ENABLE_THREADS
libunqlite_la_LIBADD = -lpthread
lib_LTLIBRARIES = libblade.la
libblade_la_SOURCES = src/blade.c src/blade_stack.c
libblade_la_SOURCES += src/blade_transportmgr.c src/blade_rpcmgr.c src/blade_routemgr.c src/blade_subscriptionmgr.c
libblade_la_SOURCES += src/blade_mastermgr.c src/blade_connectionmgr.c src/blade_sessionmgr.c src/blade_restmgr.c
libblade_la_SOURCES += src/blade_identity.c src/blade_rpc.c src/blade_connection.c src/blade_session.c
libblade_la_SOURCES += src/blade_protocol.c src/blade_subscription.c src/blade_channel.c
libblade_la_SOURCES += src/blade_transport.c src/blade_transport_wss.c src/blade_web.c
libblade_la_CFLAGS = $(AM_CFLAGS) $(AM_CPPFLAGS) $(PCRE_CFLAGS)
libblade_la_LDFLAGS = -version-info 0:1:0 -lncurses -lpthread -lm -lconfig -lcivetweb $(AM_LDFLAGS)
libblade_la_LIBADD = libunqlite.la $(PCRE_LIBS)
library_includedir = $(prefix)/include
library_include_HEADERS = src/include/blade.h src/include/blade_types.h src/include/blade_stack.h
library_include_HEADERS += src/include/blade_transportmgr.h src/include/blade_rpcmgr.h src/include/blade_routemgr.h src/include/blade_subscriptionmgr.h
library_include_HEADERS += src/include/blade_mastermgr.h src/include/blade_connectionmgr.h src/include/blade_sessionmgr.h src/include/blade_restmgr.h
library_include_HEADERS += src/include/blade_identity.h src/include/blade_rpc.h src/include/blade_connection.h src/include/blade_session.h
library_include_HEADERS += src/include/blade_protocol.h src/include/blade_subscription.h src/include/blade_channel.h
library_include_HEADERS += src/include/blade_transport.h src/include/blade_transport_wss.h src/include/blade_web.h
library_include_HEADERS += src/include/unqlite.h test/tap.h
BUILT_SOURCES=$(CIVETWEB_LIB) $(LIBKS)
$(CIVETWEB_LIB): $(CIVETWEB_DIR)
cd $(CIVETWEB_DIR) && $(MAKE) lib USE_STACK_SIZE=102400 MAX_REQUEST_SIZE=16384 WITH_LUA=1 LUA_COMPAT_ALL=1 USE_LUA_SQLITE3=1 USE_LUA_FILE_SYSTEM=1 WITH_IPV6=1 WITH_WEBSOCKET=1 && $(MAKE) lib USE_STACK_SIZE=102400 MAX_REQUEST_SIZE=16384 WITH_LUA=1 LUA_COMPAT_ALL=1 USE_LUA_SQLITE3=1 USE_LUA_FILE_SYSTEM=1 WITH_IPV6=1 WITH_WEBSOCKET=1 WITH_DUKTAPE=1
$(CIVETWEB_DIR):
$(GETLIB) $(CIVETWEB).tar.gz
$(LIBKS):
cd $(top_srcdir)/../libks && /bin/sh ./bootstrap.sh && /bin/sh ./configure && $(MAKE)
tests: libblade.la
$(MAKE) -C test tests
switchblade: libblade.la
$(MAKE) -C switchblade sb

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== Build ==
To build against the in tree version of libks follow these steps, from the starting point of ./libs/libblade/:
<code>
cd ../libks/
./bootstrap.sh
./configure
make
make check
cd ../libblade/
./boostrap.sh
./configure --with-libks=`realpath ../libks/`
make
make check
</code>
If you are trying to run the 'make distcheck' target while using the
in tree version of libks, then you need to specify the
DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS env variable like:
<code>
DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS="--with-libks=/usr/src/freeswitch/libs/libks" make distcheck
</code>

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m4_include([build/config/ax_compiler_vendor.m4])
m4_include([build/config/ax_cflags_warn_all_ansi.m4])
m4_include([build/config/ax_cc_maxopt.m4])
m4_include([build/config/ax_check_compiler_flags.m4])
m4_include([build/config/ac_gcc_archflag.m4])
m4_include([build/config/ac_gcc_x86_cpuid.m4])
m4_include([build/config/sac-openssl.m4])

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#!/bin/sh
set -x
${AUTORECONF:-autoreconf} -fi

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#! /bin/sh
# Wrapper for compilers which do not understand '-c -o'.
scriptversion=2012-10-14.11; # UTC
# Copyright (C) 1999-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# Written by Tom Tromey <tromey@cygnus.com>.
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
# any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
# As a special exception to the GNU General Public License, if you
# distribute this file as part of a program that contains a
# configuration script generated by Autoconf, you may include it under
# the same distribution terms that you use for the rest of that program.
# This file is maintained in Automake, please report
# bugs to <bug-automake@gnu.org> or send patches to
# <automake-patches@gnu.org>.
nl='
'
# We need space, tab and new line, in precisely that order. Quoting is
# there to prevent tools from complaining about whitespace usage.
IFS=" "" $nl"
file_conv=
# func_file_conv build_file lazy
# Convert a $build file to $host form and store it in $file
# Currently only supports Windows hosts. If the determined conversion
# type is listed in (the comma separated) LAZY, no conversion will
# take place.
func_file_conv ()
{
file=$1
case $file in
/ | /[!/]*) # absolute file, and not a UNC file
if test -z "$file_conv"; then
# lazily determine how to convert abs files
case `uname -s` in
MINGW*)
file_conv=mingw
;;
CYGWIN*)
file_conv=cygwin
;;
*)
file_conv=wine
;;
esac
fi
case $file_conv/,$2, in
*,$file_conv,*)
;;
mingw/*)
file=`cmd //C echo "$file " | sed -e 's/"\(.*\) " *$/\1/'`
;;
cygwin/*)
file=`cygpath -m "$file" || echo "$file"`
;;
wine/*)
file=`winepath -w "$file" || echo "$file"`
;;
esac
;;
esac
}
# func_cl_dashL linkdir
# Make cl look for libraries in LINKDIR
func_cl_dashL ()
{
func_file_conv "$1"
if test -z "$lib_path"; then
lib_path=$file
else
lib_path="$lib_path;$file"
fi
linker_opts="$linker_opts -LIBPATH:$file"
}
# func_cl_dashl library
# Do a library search-path lookup for cl
func_cl_dashl ()
{
lib=$1
found=no
save_IFS=$IFS
IFS=';'
for dir in $lib_path $LIB
do
IFS=$save_IFS
if $shared && test -f "$dir/$lib.dll.lib"; then
found=yes
lib=$dir/$lib.dll.lib
break
fi
if test -f "$dir/$lib.lib"; then
found=yes
lib=$dir/$lib.lib
break
fi
if test -f "$dir/lib$lib.a"; then
found=yes
lib=$dir/lib$lib.a
break
fi
done
IFS=$save_IFS
if test "$found" != yes; then
lib=$lib.lib
fi
}
# func_cl_wrapper cl arg...
# Adjust compile command to suit cl
func_cl_wrapper ()
{
# Assume a capable shell
lib_path=
shared=:
linker_opts=
for arg
do
if test -n "$eat"; then
eat=
else
case $1 in
-o)
# configure might choose to run compile as 'compile cc -o foo foo.c'.
eat=1
case $2 in
*.o | *.[oO][bB][jJ])
func_file_conv "$2"
set x "$@" -Fo"$file"
shift
;;
*)
func_file_conv "$2"
set x "$@" -Fe"$file"
shift
;;
esac
;;
-I)
eat=1
func_file_conv "$2" mingw
set x "$@" -I"$file"
shift
;;
-I*)
func_file_conv "${1#-I}" mingw
set x "$@" -I"$file"
shift
;;
-l)
eat=1
func_cl_dashl "$2"
set x "$@" "$lib"
shift
;;
-l*)
func_cl_dashl "${1#-l}"
set x "$@" "$lib"
shift
;;
-L)
eat=1
func_cl_dashL "$2"
;;
-L*)
func_cl_dashL "${1#-L}"
;;
-static)
shared=false
;;
-Wl,*)
arg=${1#-Wl,}
save_ifs="$IFS"; IFS=','
for flag in $arg; do
IFS="$save_ifs"
linker_opts="$linker_opts $flag"
done
IFS="$save_ifs"
;;
-Xlinker)
eat=1
linker_opts="$linker_opts $2"
;;
-*)
set x "$@" "$1"
shift
;;
*.cc | *.CC | *.cxx | *.CXX | *.[cC]++)
func_file_conv "$1"
set x "$@" -Tp"$file"
shift
;;
*.c | *.cpp | *.CPP | *.lib | *.LIB | *.Lib | *.OBJ | *.obj | *.[oO])
func_file_conv "$1" mingw
set x "$@" "$file"
shift
;;
*)
set x "$@" "$1"
shift
;;
esac
fi
shift
done
if test -n "$linker_opts"; then
linker_opts="-link$linker_opts"
fi
exec "$@" $linker_opts
exit 1
}
eat=
case $1 in
'')
echo "$0: No command. Try '$0 --help' for more information." 1>&2
exit 1;
;;
-h | --h*)
cat <<\EOF
Usage: compile [--help] [--version] PROGRAM [ARGS]
Wrapper for compilers which do not understand '-c -o'.
Remove '-o dest.o' from ARGS, run PROGRAM with the remaining
arguments, and rename the output as expected.
If you are trying to build a whole package this is not the
right script to run: please start by reading the file 'INSTALL'.
Report bugs to <bug-automake@gnu.org>.
EOF
exit $?
;;
-v | --v*)
echo "compile $scriptversion"
exit $?
;;
cl | *[/\\]cl | cl.exe | *[/\\]cl.exe )
func_cl_wrapper "$@" # Doesn't return...
;;
esac
ofile=
cfile=
for arg
do
if test -n "$eat"; then
eat=
else
case $1 in
-o)
# configure might choose to run compile as 'compile cc -o foo foo.c'.
# So we strip '-o arg' only if arg is an object.
eat=1
case $2 in
*.o | *.obj)
ofile=$2
;;
*)
set x "$@" -o "$2"
shift
;;
esac
;;
*.c)
cfile=$1
set x "$@" "$1"
shift
;;
*)
set x "$@" "$1"
shift
;;
esac
fi
shift
done
if test -z "$ofile" || test -z "$cfile"; then
# If no '-o' option was seen then we might have been invoked from a
# pattern rule where we don't need one. That is ok -- this is a
# normal compilation that the losing compiler can handle. If no
# '.c' file was seen then we are probably linking. That is also
# ok.
exec "$@"
fi
# Name of file we expect compiler to create.
cofile=`echo "$cfile" | sed 's|^.*[\\/]||; s|^[a-zA-Z]:||; s/\.c$/.o/'`
# Create the lock directory.
# Note: use '[/\\:.-]' here to ensure that we don't use the same name
# that we are using for the .o file. Also, base the name on the expected
# object file name, since that is what matters with a parallel build.
lockdir=`echo "$cofile" | sed -e 's|[/\\:.-]|_|g'`.d
while true; do
if mkdir "$lockdir" >/dev/null 2>&1; then
break
fi
sleep 1
done
# FIXME: race condition here if user kills between mkdir and trap.
trap "rmdir '$lockdir'; exit 1" 1 2 15
# Run the compile.
"$@"
ret=$?
if test -f "$cofile"; then
test "$cofile" = "$ofile" || mv "$cofile" "$ofile"
elif test -f "${cofile}bj"; then
test "${cofile}bj" = "$ofile" || mv "${cofile}bj" "$ofile"
fi
rmdir "$lockdir"
exit $ret
# Local Variables:
# mode: shell-script
# sh-indentation: 2
# eval: (add-hook 'write-file-hooks 'time-stamp)
# time-stamp-start: "scriptversion="
# time-stamp-format: "%:y-%02m-%02d.%02H"
# time-stamp-time-zone: "UTC"
# time-stamp-end: "; # UTC"
# End:

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AC_DEFUN([AX_CFLAGS_GCC_OPTION_OLD], [dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[CFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cflags_gcc_option_$2])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) for gcc m4_ifval($2,$2,-option)],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_C
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
for ac_arg dnl
in "-pedantic % m4_ifval($2,$2,-option)" dnl GCC
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
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AC_LANG_RESTORE
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AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
dnl the only difference - the LANG selection... and the default FLAGS
AC_DEFUN([AX_CXXFLAGS_GCC_OPTION_OLD], [dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[CXXFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cxxflags_gcc_option_$2])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) for gcc m4_ifval($2,$2,-option)],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_CXX
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
for ac_arg dnl
in "-pedantic % m4_ifval($2,$2,-option)" dnl GCC
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
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AC_LANG_RESTORE
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case ".$VAR" in
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*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3,[
if echo " $[]m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) " | grep " $VAR " 2>&1 >/dev/null
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esac
AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
dnl -------------------------------------------------------------------------
AC_DEFUN([AX_CFLAGS_GCC_OPTION_NEW], [dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[CFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cflags_gcc_option_$1])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) for gcc m4_ifval($1,$1,-option)],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_C
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
for ac_arg dnl
in "-pedantic % m4_ifval($1,$1,-option)" dnl GCC
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
[VAR=`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,.*% *,,'` ; break])
done
FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS"
AC_LANG_RESTORE
])
case ".$VAR" in
.ok|.ok,*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3) ;;
.|.no|.no,*) m4_ifvaln($4,$4) ;;
*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3,[
if echo " $[]m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) " | grep " $VAR " 2>&1 >/dev/null
then AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) does contain $VAR])
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m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) $VAR"
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esac
AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
dnl the only difference - the LANG selection... and the default FLAGS
AC_DEFUN([AX_CXXFLAGS_GCC_OPTION_NEW], [dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[CXXFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cxxflags_gcc_option_$1])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) for gcc m4_ifval($1,$1,-option)],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_CXX
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
for ac_arg dnl
in "-pedantic % m4_ifval($1,$1,-option)" dnl GCC
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
[VAR=`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,.*% *,,'` ; break])
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FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS"
AC_LANG_RESTORE
])
case ".$VAR" in
.ok|.ok,*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3) ;;
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*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3,[
if echo " $[]m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) " | grep " $VAR " 2>&1 >/dev/null
then AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) does contain $VAR])
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m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) $VAR"
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esac
AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
AC_DEFUN([AX_CFLAGS_GCC_OPTION],[ifelse(m4_bregexp([$2],[-]),-1,
[AX_CFLAGS_GCC_OPTION_NEW($@)],[AX_CFLAGS_GCC_OPTION_OLD($@)])])
AC_DEFUN([AX_CXXFLAGS_GCC_OPTION],[ifelse(m4_bregexp([$2],[-]),-1,
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@ -1,140 +0,0 @@
AC_DEFUN([AX_CFLAGS_SUN_OPTION_OLD], [dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[CFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cflags_sun_option_$2])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) for sun/cc m4_ifval($2,$2,-option)],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_C
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
for ac_arg dnl
in "+xstrconst % -xc99=all m4_ifval($2,$2,-option)" dnl Solaris C
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
[VAR=`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,.*% *,,'` ; break])
done
FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS"
AC_LANG_RESTORE
])
case ".$VAR" in
.ok|.ok,*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3) ;;
.|.no|.no,*) m4_ifvaln($4,$4) ;;
*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3,[
if echo " $[]m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) " | grep " $VAR " 2>&1 >/dev/null
then AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) does contain $VAR])
else AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) $VAR"])
m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) $VAR"
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esac
AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
dnl the only difference - the LANG selection... and the default FLAGS
AC_DEFUN([AX_CXXFLAGS_SUN_OPTION_OLD], [dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[CXXFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cxxflags_sun_option_$2])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) for sun/cc m4_ifval($2,$2,-option)],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_CXX
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
for ac_arg dnl
in "+xstrconst % -xc99=all m4_ifval($2,$2,-option)" dnl Solaris C
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
[VAR=`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,.*% *,,'` ; break])
done
FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS"
AC_LANG_RESTORE
])
case ".$VAR" in
.ok|.ok,*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3) ;;
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*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3,[
if echo " $[]m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) " | grep " $VAR " 2>&1 >/dev/null
then AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) does contain $VAR])
else AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) $VAR"])
m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) $VAR"
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esac
AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
dnl -----------------------------------------------------------------------
AC_DEFUN([AX_CFLAGS_SUN_OPTION_NEW], [dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[CFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cflags_sun_option_$1])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) for sun/cc m4_ifval($1,$1,-option)],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_C
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
for ac_arg dnl
in "+xstrconst % -xc99=all m4_ifval($1,$1,-option)" dnl Solaris C
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
[VAR=`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,.*% *,,'` ; break])
done
FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS"
AC_LANG_RESTORE
])
case ".$VAR" in
.ok|.ok,*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3) ;;
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*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3,[
if echo " $[]m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) " | grep " $VAR " 2>&1 >/dev/null
then AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) does contain $VAR])
else AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) $VAR"])
m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) $VAR"
fi ]) ;;
esac
AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
dnl the only difference - the LANG selection... and the default FLAGS
AC_DEFUN([AX_CXXFLAGS_SUN_OPTION_NEW], [dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[CXXFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cxxflags_sun_option_$1])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) for sun/cc m4_ifval($1,$1,-option)],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_CXX
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
for ac_arg dnl
in "+xstrconst % -xc99=all m4_ifval($1,$1,-option)" dnl Solaris C
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
[VAR=`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,.*% *,,'` ; break])
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FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS"
AC_LANG_RESTORE
])
case ".$VAR" in
.ok|.ok,*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3) ;;
.|.no|.no,*) m4_ifvaln($4,$4) ;;
*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3,[
if echo " $[]m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) " | grep " $VAR " 2>&1 >/dev/null
then AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) does contain $VAR])
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m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($2,$2,FLAGS) $VAR"
fi ]) ;;
esac
AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
AC_DEFUN([AX_CFLAGS_SUN_OPTION],[ifelse(m4_regexp([$2],[-]),-1,
[AX_CFLAGS_SUN_OPTION_NEW($@)],[AX_CFLAGS_SUN_OPTION_OLD($@)])])
AC_DEFUN([AX_CXXFLAGS_SUN_OPTION],[ifelse(m4_regexp([$2],[-]),-1,
[AX_CXXFLAGS_SUN_OPTION_NEW($@)],[AX_CXXFLAGS_SUN_OPTION_OLD($@)])])

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AC_DEFUN([AX_GCC_ARCHFLAG],
[AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])
AC_ARG_WITH(gcc-arch, [AC_HELP_STRING([--with-gcc-arch=<arch>], [use architecture <arch> for gcc -march/-mtune, instead of guessing])],
ax_gcc_arch=$withval, ax_gcc_arch=yes)
AC_MSG_CHECKING([for gcc architecture flag])
AC_MSG_RESULT([])
AC_CACHE_VAL(ax_cv_gcc_archflag,
[
ax_cv_gcc_archflag="unknown"
if test "$GCC" = yes; then
if test "x$ax_gcc_arch" = xyes; then
ax_gcc_arch=""
if test "$cross_compiling" = no; then
case $host_cpu in
i[[3456]]86*|x86_64*) # use cpuid codes, in part from x86info-1.7 by D. Jones
AX_GCC_X86_CPUID(0)
AX_GCC_X86_CPUID(1)
case $ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_0 in
*:756e6547:*:*) # Intel
case $ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_1 in
*5[[48]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="pentium-mmx pentium" ;;
*5??:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch=pentium ;;
*6[[3456]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="pentium2 pentiumpro" ;;
*6a?:*[[01]]:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="pentium2 pentiumpro" ;;
*6a?:*[[234]]:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="pentium3 pentiumpro" ;;
*6[[9d]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="pentium-m pentium3 pentiumpro" ;;
*6[[78b]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="pentium3 pentiumpro" ;;
*6??:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch=pentiumpro ;;
*f3[[347]]:*:*:*|*f4[1347]:*:*:*)
case $host_cpu in
x86_64*) ax_gcc_arch="nocona pentium4 pentiumpro" ;;
*) ax_gcc_arch="prescott pentium4 pentiumpro" ;;
esac ;;
*f??:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="pentium4 pentiumpro";;
esac ;;
*:68747541:*:*) # AMD
case $ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_1 in
*5[[67]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch=k6 ;;
*5[[8d]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="k6-2 k6" ;;
*5[[9]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="k6-3 k6" ;;
*60?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch=k7 ;;
*6[[12]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="athlon k7" ;;
*6[[34]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="athlon-tbird k7" ;;
*67?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="athlon-4 athlon k7" ;;
*6[[68a]]?:*:*:*)
AX_GCC_X86_CPUID(0x80000006) # L2 cache size
case $ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_0x80000006 in
*:*:*[[1-9a-f]]??????:*) # (L2 = ecx >> 16) >= 256
ax_gcc_arch="athlon-xp athlon-4 athlon k7" ;;
*) ax_gcc_arch="athlon-4 athlon k7" ;;
esac ;;
*f[[4cef8b]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="athlon64 k8" ;;
*f5?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="opteron k8" ;;
*f7?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="athlon-fx opteron k8" ;;
*f??:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="k8" ;;
esac ;;
*:746e6543:*:*) # IDT
case $ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_1 in
*54?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch=winchip-c6 ;;
*58?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch=winchip2 ;;
*6[[78]]?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch=c3 ;;
*69?:*:*:*) ax_gcc_arch="c3-2 c3" ;;
esac ;;
esac
if test x"$ax_gcc_arch" = x; then # fallback
case $host_cpu in
i586*) ax_gcc_arch=pentium ;;
i686*) ax_gcc_arch=pentiumpro ;;
esac
fi
;;
sparc*)
AC_PATH_PROG([PRTDIAG], [prtdiag], [prtdiag], [$PATH:/usr/platform/`uname -i`/sbin/:/usr/platform/`uname -m`/sbin/])
cputype=`(((grep cpu /proc/cpuinfo | cut -d: -f2) ; ($PRTDIAG -v |grep -i sparc) ; grep -i cpu /var/run/dmesg.boot ) | head -n 1) 2> /dev/null`
cputype=`echo "$cputype" | tr -d ' -' |tr $as_cr_LETTERS $as_cr_letters`
case $cputype in
*ultrasparciv*) ax_gcc_arch="ultrasparc4 ultrasparc3 ultrasparc v9" ;;
*ultrasparciii*) ax_gcc_arch="ultrasparc3 ultrasparc v9" ;;
*ultrasparc*) ax_gcc_arch="ultrasparc v9" ;;
*supersparc*|*tms390z5[[05]]*) ax_gcc_arch="supersparc v8" ;;
*hypersparc*|*rt62[[056]]*) ax_gcc_arch="hypersparc v8" ;;
*cypress*) ax_gcc_arch=cypress ;;
esac ;;
alphaev5) ax_gcc_arch=ev5 ;;
alphaev56) ax_gcc_arch=ev56 ;;
alphapca56) ax_gcc_arch="pca56 ev56" ;;
alphapca57) ax_gcc_arch="pca57 pca56 ev56" ;;
alphaev6) ax_gcc_arch=ev6 ;;
alphaev67) ax_gcc_arch=ev67 ;;
alphaev68) ax_gcc_arch="ev68 ev67" ;;
alphaev69) ax_gcc_arch="ev69 ev68 ev67" ;;
alphaev7) ax_gcc_arch="ev7 ev69 ev68 ev67" ;;
alphaev79) ax_gcc_arch="ev79 ev7 ev69 ev68 ev67" ;;
powerpc*)
cputype=`((grep cpu /proc/cpuinfo | head -n 1 | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d, -f1 | sed 's/ //g') ; /usr/bin/machine ; /bin/machine; grep CPU /var/run/dmesg.boot | head -n 1 | cut -d" " -f2) 2> /dev/null`
cputype=`echo $cputype | sed -e 's/ppc//g;s/ *//g'`
case $cputype in
*750*) ax_gcc_arch="750 G3" ;;
*740[[0-9]]*) ax_gcc_arch="$cputype 7400 G4" ;;
*74[[4-5]][[0-9]]*) ax_gcc_arch="$cputype 7450 G4" ;;
*74[[0-9]][[0-9]]*) ax_gcc_arch="$cputype G4" ;;
*970*) ax_gcc_arch="970 G5 power4";;
*POWER4*|*power4*|*gq*) ax_gcc_arch="power4 970";;
*POWER5*|*power5*|*gr*|*gs*) ax_gcc_arch="power5 power4 970";;
603ev|8240) ax_gcc_arch="$cputype 603e 603";;
*) ax_gcc_arch=$cputype ;;
esac
ax_gcc_arch="$ax_gcc_arch powerpc"
;;
esac
fi # not cross-compiling
fi # guess arch
if test "x$ax_gcc_arch" != x -a "x$ax_gcc_arch" != xno; then
for arch in $ax_gcc_arch; do
if test "x[]m4_default([$1],yes)" = xyes; then # if we require portable code
flags="-mtune=$arch"
# -mcpu=$arch and m$arch generate nonportable code on every arch except
# x86. And some other arches (e.g. Alpha) don't accept -mtune. Grrr.
case $host_cpu in i*86|x86_64*) flags="$flags -mcpu=$arch -m$arch";; esac
else
flags="-march=$arch -mcpu=$arch -m$arch"
fi
for flag in $flags; do
AX_CHECK_COMPILER_FLAGS($flag, [ax_cv_gcc_archflag=$flag; break])
done
test "x$ax_cv_gcc_archflag" = xunknown || break
done
fi
fi # $GCC=yes
])
AC_MSG_CHECKING([for gcc architecture flag])
AC_MSG_RESULT($ax_cv_gcc_archflag)
if test "x$ax_cv_gcc_archflag" = xunknown; then
m4_default([$3],:)
else
m4_default([$2], [CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $ax_cv_gcc_archflag"])
fi
])

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AC_DEFUN([AX_GCC_X86_CPUID],
[AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])
AC_LANG_PUSH([C])
AC_CACHE_CHECK(for x86 cpuid $1 output, ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_$1,
[AC_RUN_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([#include <stdio.h>], [
int op = $1, eax, ebx, ecx, edx;
FILE *f;
__asm__("cpuid"
: "=a" (eax), "=b" (ebx), "=c" (ecx), "=d" (edx)
: "a" (op));
f = fopen("conftest_cpuid", "w"); if (!f) return 1;
fprintf(f, "%x:%x:%x:%x\n", eax, ebx, ecx, edx);
fclose(f);
return 0;
])],
[ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_$1=`cat conftest_cpuid`; rm -f conftest_cpuid],
[ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_$1=unknown; rm -f conftest_cpuid],
[ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_$1=unknown])])
AC_LANG_POP([C])
])

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AC_DEFUN([AC_PROG_GZIP],[
AC_CHECK_PROGS(gzip,[gzip],no)
export gzip;
if test $gzip = "no" ;
then
AC_MSG_ERROR([Unable to find the gzip application]);
fi
AC_SUBST(gzip)
])

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AC_DEFUN([AC_PROG_WGET],[
AC_CHECK_PROGS(wget,[wget],no)
export wget;
if test $wget = "no" ;
then
AC_MSG_ERROR([Unable to find the wget application]);
fi
AC_SUBST(wget)
])

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AC_DEFUN([AX_CC_MAXOPT],
[
AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])
AC_REQUIRE([AX_COMPILER_VENDOR])
AC_ARG_ENABLE(portable-binary, [AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-portable-binary], [disable compiler optimizations that would produce unportable binaries])],
acx_maxopt_portable=$withval, acx_maxopt_portable=no)
# Try to determine "good" native compiler flags if none specified via CFLAGS
if test "$ac_test_CFLAGS" != "set"; then
CFLAGS=""
case $ax_cv_c_compiler_vendor in
dec) CFLAGS="-newc -w0 -O5 -ansi_alias -ansi_args -fp_reorder -tune host"
if test "x$acx_maxopt_portable" = xno; then
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -arch host"
fi;;
sun) CFLAGS="-native -fast -xO5 -dalign -xc99=all"
if test "x$acx_maxopt_portable" = xyes; then
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -xarch=generic"
fi;;
hp) CFLAGS="+Oall +Optrs_ansi +DSnative"
if test "x$acx_maxopt_portable" = xyes; then
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS +DAportable"
fi;;
ibm) if test "x$acx_maxopt_portable" = xno; then
xlc_opt="-qarch=auto -qtune=auto"
else
xlc_opt="-qtune=auto"
fi
AX_CHECK_COMPILER_FLAGS($xlc_opt,
CFLAGS="-O3 -qansialias -w $xlc_opt",
[CFLAGS="-O3 -qansialias -w"
echo "******************************************************"
echo "* You seem to have the IBM C compiler. It is *"
echo "* recommended for best performance that you use: *"
echo "* *"
echo "* CFLAGS=-O3 -qarch=xxx -qtune=xxx -qansialias -w *"
echo "* ^^^ ^^^ *"
echo "* where xxx is pwr2, pwr3, 604, or whatever kind of *"
echo "* CPU you have. (Set the CFLAGS environment var. *"
echo "* and re-run configure.) For more info, man cc. *"
echo "******************************************************"])
;;
intel) CFLAGS="-O3 -ansi_alias"
if test "x$acx_maxopt_portable" = xno; then
icc_archflag=unknown
icc_flags=""
case $host_cpu in
i686*|x86_64*)
# icc accepts gcc assembly syntax, so these should work:
AX_GCC_X86_CPUID(0)
AX_GCC_X86_CPUID(1)
case $ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_0 in # see AX_GCC_ARCHFLAG
*:756e6547:*:*) # Intel
case $ax_cv_gcc_x86_cpuid_1 in
*6a?:*[[234]]:*:*|*6[[789b]]?:*:*:*) icc_flags="-xK";;
*f3[[347]]:*:*:*|*f4[1347]:*:*:*) icc_flags="-xP -xN -xW -xK";;
*f??:*:*:*) icc_flags="-xN -xW -xK";;
esac ;;
esac ;;
esac
if test "x$icc_flags" != x; then
for flag in $icc_flags; do
AX_CHECK_COMPILER_FLAGS($flag, [icc_archflag=$flag; break])
done
fi
AC_MSG_CHECKING([for icc architecture flag])
AC_MSG_RESULT($icc_archflag)
if test "x$icc_archflag" != xunknown; then
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $icc_archflag"
fi
fi
;;
gnu)
# default optimization flags for gcc on all systems
CFLAGS="-O3 -fomit-frame-pointer"
# -malign-double for x86 systems
AX_CHECK_COMPILER_FLAGS(-malign-double, CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -malign-double")
# -fstrict-aliasing for gcc-2.95+
AX_CHECK_COMPILER_FLAGS(-fstrict-aliasing,
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fstrict-aliasing")
# note that we enable "unsafe" fp optimization with other compilers, too
AX_CHECK_COMPILER_FLAGS(-ffast-math, CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -ffast-math")
AX_GCC_ARCHFLAG($acx_maxopt_portable)
;;
esac
if test -z "$CFLAGS"; then
echo ""
echo "********************************************************"
echo "* WARNING: Don't know the best CFLAGS for this system *"
echo "* Use ./configure CFLAGS=... to specify your own flags *"
echo "* (otherwise, a default of CFLAGS=-O3 will be used) *"
echo "********************************************************"
echo ""
CFLAGS="-O3"
fi
AX_CHECK_COMPILER_FLAGS($CFLAGS, [], [
echo ""
echo "********************************************************"
echo "* WARNING: The guessed CFLAGS don't seem to work with *"
echo "* your compiler. *"
echo "* Use ./configure CFLAGS=... to specify your own flags *"
echo "********************************************************"
echo ""
CFLAGS=""
])
fi
])

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AC_DEFUN([AX_CFLAGS_WARN_ALL_ANSI],[dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[AM_CFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cflags_warn_all_ansi])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) for maximum ansi warnings],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_C
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
# IRIX C compiler:
# -use_readonly_const is the default for IRIX C,
# puts them into .rodata, but they are copied later.
# need to be "-G0 -rdatashared" for strictmode but
# I am not sure what effect that has really. - guidod
for ac_arg dnl
in "-pedantic % -Wall -std=c99 -pedantic" dnl GCC
"-xstrconst % -v -xc99=all" dnl Solaris C
"-std1 % -verbose -w0 -warnprotos -std1" dnl Digital Unix
" % -qlanglvl=ansi -qsrcmsg -qinfo=all:noppt:noppc:noobs:nocnd" dnl AIX
" % -ansi -ansiE -fullwarn" dnl IRIX
"+ESlit % +w1 -Aa" dnl HP-UX C
"-Xc % -pvctl[,]fullmsg -Xc" dnl NEC SX-5 (Super-UX 10)
"-h conform % -h msglevel 2 -h conform" dnl Cray C (Unicos)
#
do FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS "`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,%%.*,,' -e 's,%,,'`
AC_TRY_COMPILE([],[return 0;],
[VAR=`echo $ac_arg | sed -e 's,.*% *,,'` ; break])
done
FLAGS="$ac_save_[]FLAGS"
AC_LANG_RESTORE
])
case ".$VAR" in
.ok|.ok,*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3) ;;
.|.no|.no,*) m4_ifvaln($4,$4,[m4_ifval($2,[
AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) $2"])
m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) $2"])]) ;;
*) m4_ifvaln($3,$3,[
if echo " $[]m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) " | grep " $VAR " 2>&1 >/dev/null
then AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) does contain $VAR])
else AC_RUN_LOG([: m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) $VAR"])
m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS)="$m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) $VAR"
fi ]) ;;
esac
AS_VAR_POPDEF([VAR])dnl
AS_VAR_POPDEF([FLAGS])dnl
])
dnl the only difference - the LANG selection... and the default FLAGS
AC_DEFUN([AX_CXXFLAGS_WARN_ALL_ANSI],[dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([FLAGS],[AM_CXXFLAGS])dnl
AS_VAR_PUSHDEF([VAR],[ac_cv_cxxflags_warn_all_ansi])dnl
AC_CACHE_CHECK([m4_ifval($1,$1,FLAGS) for maximum ansi warnings],
VAR,[VAR="no, unknown"
AC_LANG_SAVE
AC_LANG_CXX
ac_save_[]FLAGS="$[]FLAGS"
# IRIX C compiler:
# -use_readonly_const is the default for IRIX C,