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qemu-e2k/configure

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#!/bin/sh
#
# qemu configure script (c) 2003 Fabrice Bellard
#
# Unset some variables known to interfere with behavior of common tools,
# just as autoconf does.
CLICOLOR_FORCE= GREP_OPTIONS=
unset CLICOLOR_FORCE GREP_OPTIONS
# Don't allow CCACHE, if present, to use cached results of compile tests!
export CCACHE_RECACHE=yes
# make source path absolute
source_path=$(cd "$(dirname -- "$0")"; pwd)
if test "$PWD" = "$source_path"
then
echo "Using './build' as the directory for build output"
MARKER=build/auto-created-by-configure
if test -e build
then
if test -f $MARKER
then
rm -rf build
else
echo "ERROR: ./build dir already exists and was not previously created by configure"
exit 1
fi
fi
mkdir build
touch $MARKER
cat > GNUmakefile <<'EOF'
# This file is auto-generated by configure to support in-source tree
# 'make' command invocation
ifeq ($(MAKECMDGOALS),)
recurse: all
endif
.NOTPARALLEL: %
%: force
@echo 'changing dir to build for $(MAKE) "$(MAKECMDGOALS)"...'
@$(MAKE) -C build -f Makefile $(MAKECMDGOALS)
@if test "$(MAKECMDGOALS)" = "distclean" && \
test -e build/auto-created-by-configure ; \
then \
rm -rf build GNUmakefile ; \
fi
force: ;
.PHONY: force
GNUmakefile: ;
EOF
cd build
exec $source_path/configure "$@"
fi
# Temporary directory used for files created while
# configure runs. Since it is in the build directory
# we can safely blow away any previous version of it
# (and we need not jump through hoops to try to delete
# it when configure exits.)
TMPDIR1="config-temp"
rm -rf "${TMPDIR1}"
mkdir -p "${TMPDIR1}"
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
echo "ERROR: failed to create temporary directory"
exit 1
fi
TMPB="qemu-conf"
TMPC="${TMPDIR1}/${TMPB}.c"
TMPO="${TMPDIR1}/${TMPB}.o"
TMPCXX="${TMPDIR1}/${TMPB}.cxx"
TMPM="${TMPDIR1}/${TMPB}.m"
TMPE="${TMPDIR1}/${TMPB}.exe"
rm -f config.log
# Print a helpful header at the top of config.log
echo "# QEMU configure log $(date)" >> config.log
printf "# Configured with:" >> config.log
printf " '%s'" "$0" "$@" >> config.log
echo >> config.log
echo "#" >> config.log
quote_sh() {
printf "%s" "$1" | sed "s,','\\\\'',g; s,.*,'&',"
}
print_error() {
(echo
echo "ERROR: $1"
while test -n "$2"; do
echo " $2"
shift
done
echo) >&2
}
error_exit() {
print_error "$@"
exit 1
}
do_compiler() {
# Run the compiler, capturing its output to the log. First argument
# is compiler binary to execute.
local compiler="$1"
shift
if test -n "$BASH_VERSION"; then eval '
echo >>config.log "
funcs: ${FUNCNAME[*]}
lines: ${BASH_LINENO[*]}"
'; fi
echo $compiler "$@" >> config.log
$compiler "$@" >> config.log 2>&1 || return $?
}
do_compiler_werror() {
# Run the compiler, capturing its output to the log. First argument
# is compiler binary to execute.
compiler="$1"
shift
if test -n "$BASH_VERSION"; then eval '
echo >>config.log "
funcs: ${FUNCNAME[*]}
lines: ${BASH_LINENO[*]}"
'; fi
echo $compiler "$@" >> config.log
$compiler "$@" >> config.log 2>&1 || return $?
# Test passed. If this is an --enable-werror build, rerun
# the test with -Werror and bail out if it fails. This
# makes warning-generating-errors in configure test code
# obvious to developers.
if test "$werror" != "yes"; then
return 0
fi
# Don't bother rerunning the compile if we were already using -Werror
case "$*" in
*-Werror*)
return 0
;;
esac
echo $compiler -Werror "$@" >> config.log
$compiler -Werror "$@" >> config.log 2>&1 && return $?
error_exit "configure test passed without -Werror but failed with -Werror." \
"This is probably a bug in the configure script. The failing command" \
"will be at the bottom of config.log." \
"You can run configure with --disable-werror to bypass this check."
}
do_cc() {
do_compiler_werror "$cc" $CPU_CFLAGS "$@"
}
do_cxx() {
do_compiler_werror "$cxx" $CPU_CFLAGS "$@"
}
do_objc() {
do_compiler_werror "$objcc" $CPU_CFLAGS "$@"
}
# Append $2 to the variable named $1, with space separation
add_to() {
eval $1=\${$1:+\"\$$1 \"}\$2
}
update_cxxflags() {
# Set QEMU_CXXFLAGS from QEMU_CFLAGS by filtering out those
# options which some versions of GCC's C++ compiler complain about
# because they only make sense for C programs.
QEMU_CXXFLAGS="-D__STDC_LIMIT_MACROS -D__STDC_CONSTANT_MACROS -D__STDC_FORMAT_MACROS"
CONFIGURE_CXXFLAGS=$(echo "$CONFIGURE_CFLAGS" | sed s/-std=gnu11/-std=gnu++11/)
for arg in $QEMU_CFLAGS; do
case $arg in
-Wstrict-prototypes|-Wmissing-prototypes|-Wnested-externs|\
-Wold-style-declaration|-Wold-style-definition|-Wredundant-decls)
;;
*)
QEMU_CXXFLAGS=${QEMU_CXXFLAGS:+$QEMU_CXXFLAGS }$arg
;;
esac
done
}
compile_object() {
local_cflags="$1"
do_cc $CFLAGS $EXTRA_CFLAGS $CONFIGURE_CFLAGS $QEMU_CFLAGS $local_cflags -c -o $TMPO $TMPC
}
compile_prog() {
local_cflags="$1"
local_ldflags="$2"
do_cc $CFLAGS $EXTRA_CFLAGS $CONFIGURE_CFLAGS $QEMU_CFLAGS $local_cflags -o $TMPE $TMPC \
$LDFLAGS $EXTRA_LDFLAGS $CONFIGURE_LDFLAGS $QEMU_LDFLAGS $local_ldflags
}
# symbolically link $1 to $2. Portable version of "ln -sf".
symlink() {
rm -rf "$2"
mkdir -p "$(dirname "$2")"
ln -s "$1" "$2"
}
# check whether a command is available to this shell (may be either an
# executable or a builtin)
has() {
type "$1" >/dev/null 2>&1
}
version_ge () {
local_ver1=$(expr "$1" : '\([0-9.]*\)' | tr . ' ')
local_ver2=$(echo "$2" | tr . ' ')
while true; do
set x $local_ver1
local_first=${2-0}
# 'shift 2' if $2 is set, or 'shift' if $2 is not set
shift ${2:+2}
local_ver1=$*
set x $local_ver2
# the second argument finished, the first must be greater or equal
test $# = 1 && return 0
test $local_first -lt $2 && return 1
test $local_first -gt $2 && return 0
shift ${2:+2}
local_ver2=$*
done
}
glob() {
eval test -z '"${1#'"$2"'}"'
}
if printf %s\\n "$source_path" "$PWD" | grep -q "[[:space:]:]";
then
error_exit "main directory cannot contain spaces nor colons"
fi
# default parameters
cpu=""
static="no"
cross_compile="no"
cross_prefix=""
host_cc="cc"
stack_protector=""
safe_stack=""
use_containers="yes"
gdb_bin=$(command -v "gdb-multiarch" || command -v "gdb")
if test -e "$source_path/.git"
then
git_submodules_action="update"
else
git_submodules_action="ignore"
fi
git_submodules="ui/keycodemapdb"
git="git"
# Don't accept a target_list environment variable.
unset target_list
unset target_list_exclude
# Default value for a variable defining feature "foo".
# * foo="no" feature will only be used if --enable-foo arg is given
# * foo="" feature will be searched for, and if found, will be used
# unless --disable-foo is given
# * foo="yes" this value will only be set by --enable-foo flag.
# feature will searched for,
# if not found, configure exits with error
#
# Always add --enable-foo and --disable-foo command line args.
# Distributions want to ensure that several features are compiled in, and it
# is impossible without a --enable-foo that exits if a feature is not found.
default_feature=""
# parse CC options second
for opt do
optarg=$(expr "x$opt" : 'x[^=]*=\(.*\)')
case "$opt" in
--without-default-features)
default_feature="no"
;;
esac
done
EXTRA_CFLAGS=""
EXTRA_CXXFLAGS=""
EXTRA_OBJCFLAGS=""
EXTRA_LDFLAGS=""
debug_tcg="no"
sanitizers="no"
tsan="no"
fortify_source="yes"
EXESUF=""
modules="no"
prefix="/usr/local"
qemu_suffix="qemu"
softmmu="yes"
linux_user=""
bsd_user=""
pie=""
coroutine=""
plugins="$default_feature"
meson=""
meson_args=""
ninja=""
bindir="bin"
skip_meson=no
# The following Meson options are handled manually (still they
# are included in the automatically generated help message)
# 1. Track which submodules are needed
if test "$default_feature" = no ; then
slirp="disabled"
else
slirp="auto"
fi
fdt="auto"
# 2. Automatically enable/disable other options
tcg="enabled"
cfi="false"
# parse CC options second
for opt do
optarg=$(expr "x$opt" : 'x[^=]*=\(.*\)')
case "$opt" in
--cross-prefix=*) cross_prefix="$optarg"
cross_compile="yes"
;;
--cc=*) CC="$optarg"
;;
--cxx=*) CXX="$optarg"
;;
--cpu=*) cpu="$optarg"
;;
--extra-cflags=*)
EXTRA_CFLAGS="$EXTRA_CFLAGS $optarg"
EXTRA_CXXFLAGS="$EXTRA_CXXFLAGS $optarg"
EXTRA_OBJCFLAGS="$EXTRA_OBJCFLAGS $optarg"
;;
--extra-cxxflags=*) EXTRA_CXXFLAGS="$EXTRA_CXXFLAGS $optarg"
;;
--extra-objcflags=*) EXTRA_OBJCFLAGS="$EXTRA_OBJCFLAGS $optarg"
;;
--extra-ldflags=*) EXTRA_LDFLAGS="$EXTRA_LDFLAGS $optarg"
;;
--cross-cc-*[!a-zA-Z0-9_-]*=*) error_exit "Passed bad --cross-cc-FOO option"
;;
--cross-cc-cflags-*) cc_arch=${opt#--cross-cc-cflags-}; cc_arch=${cc_arch%%=*}
eval "cross_cc_cflags_${cc_arch}=\$optarg"
;;
--cross-cc-*) cc_arch=${opt#--cross-cc-}; cc_arch=${cc_arch%%=*}
eval "cross_cc_${cc_arch}=\$optarg"
;;
--cross-prefix-*[!a-zA-Z0-9_-]*=*) error_exit "Passed bad --cross-prefix-FOO option"
;;
--cross-prefix-*) cc_arch=${opt#--cross-prefix-}; cc_arch=${cc_arch%%=*}
eval "cross_prefix_${cc_arch}=\$optarg"
;;
esac
done
# OS specific
# Using uname is really, really broken. Once we have the right set of checks
# we can eliminate its usage altogether.
# Preferred compiler:
# ${CC} (if set)
# ${cross_prefix}gcc (if cross-prefix specified)
# system compiler
if test -z "${CC}${cross_prefix}"; then
cc="$host_cc"
else
cc="${CC-${cross_prefix}gcc}"
fi
if test -z "${CXX}${cross_prefix}"; then
cxx="c++"
else
cxx="${CXX-${cross_prefix}g++}"
fi
ar="${AR-${cross_prefix}ar}"
as="${AS-${cross_prefix}as}"
ccas="${CCAS-$cc}"
objcopy="${OBJCOPY-${cross_prefix}objcopy}"
ld="${LD-${cross_prefix}ld}"
ranlib="${RANLIB-${cross_prefix}ranlib}"
nm="${NM-${cross_prefix}nm}"
smbd="$SMBD"
strip="${STRIP-${cross_prefix}strip}"
widl="${WIDL-${cross_prefix}widl}"
windres="${WINDRES-${cross_prefix}windres}"
pkg_config_exe="${PKG_CONFIG-${cross_prefix}pkg-config}"
query_pkg_config() {
"${pkg_config_exe}" ${QEMU_PKG_CONFIG_FLAGS} "$@"
}
pkg_config=query_pkg_config
sdl2_config="${SDL2_CONFIG-${cross_prefix}sdl2-config}"
# default flags for all hosts
# We use -fwrapv to tell the compiler that we require a C dialect where
# left shift of signed integers is well defined and has the expected
# 2s-complement style results. (Both clang and gcc agree that it
# provides these semantics.)
QEMU_CFLAGS="-fno-strict-aliasing -fno-common -fwrapv"
QEMU_CFLAGS="-Wundef -Wwrite-strings -Wmissing-prototypes $QEMU_CFLAGS"
QEMU_CFLAGS="-Wstrict-prototypes -Wredundant-decls $QEMU_CFLAGS"
QEMU_CFLAGS="-D_GNU_SOURCE -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE $QEMU_CFLAGS"
QEMU_LDFLAGS=
# Flags that are needed during configure but later taken care of by Meson
CONFIGURE_CFLAGS="-std=gnu11 -Wall"
CONFIGURE_LDFLAGS=
check_define() {
cat > $TMPC <<EOF
#if !defined($1)
#error $1 not defined
#endif
int main(void) { return 0; }
EOF
compile_object
}
check_include() {
cat > $TMPC <<EOF
#include <$1>
int main(void) { return 0; }
EOF
compile_object
}
write_c_skeleton() {
cat > $TMPC <<EOF
int main(void) { return 0; }
EOF
}
if check_define __linux__ ; then
targetos=linux
elif check_define _WIN32 ; then
targetos=windows
elif check_define __OpenBSD__ ; then
targetos=openbsd
elif check_define __sun__ ; then
targetos=sunos
elif check_define __HAIKU__ ; then
targetos=haiku
elif check_define __FreeBSD__ ; then
targetos=freebsd
elif check_define __FreeBSD_kernel__ && check_define __GLIBC__; then
targetos=gnu/kfreebsd
elif check_define __DragonFly__ ; then
targetos=dragonfly
elif check_define __NetBSD__; then
targetos=netbsd
elif check_define __APPLE__; then
targetos=darwin
else
# This is a fatal error, but don't report it yet, because we
# might be going to just print the --help text, or it might
# be the result of a missing compiler.
targetos=bogus
fi
# OS specific
mingw32="no"
bsd="no"
linux="no"
solaris="no"
case $targetos in
windows)
mingw32="yes"
plugins="no"
pie="no"
;;
gnu/kfreebsd)
bsd="yes"
;;
freebsd)
bsd="yes"
make="${MAKE-gmake}"
# needed for kinfo_getvmmap(3) in libutil.h
;;
dragonfly)
bsd="yes"
make="${MAKE-gmake}"
;;
netbsd)
bsd="yes"
make="${MAKE-gmake}"
;;
openbsd)
bsd="yes"
make="${MAKE-gmake}"
;;
darwin)
bsd="yes"
darwin="yes"
# Disable attempts to use ObjectiveC features in os/object.h since they
# won't work when we're compiling with gcc as a C compiler.
QEMU_CFLAGS="-DOS_OBJECT_USE_OBJC=0 $QEMU_CFLAGS"
;;
sunos)
solaris="yes"
make="${MAKE-gmake}"
# needed for CMSG_ macros in sys/socket.h
QEMU_CFLAGS="-D_XOPEN_SOURCE=600 $QEMU_CFLAGS"
# needed for TIOCWIN* defines in termios.h
QEMU_CFLAGS="-D__EXTENSIONS__ $QEMU_CFLAGS"
# $(uname -m) returns i86pc even on an x86_64 box, so default based on isainfo
# Note that this check is broken for cross-compilation: if you're
# cross-compiling to one of these OSes then you'll need to specify
# the correct CPU with the --cpu option.
if test -z "$cpu" && test "$(isainfo -k)" = "amd64"; then
cpu="x86_64"
fi
;;
haiku)
pie="no"
QEMU_CFLAGS="-DB_USE_POSITIVE_POSIX_ERRORS -D_BSD_SOURCE -fPIC $QEMU_CFLAGS"
;;
linux)
linux="yes"
;;
esac
if test ! -z "$cpu" ; then
# command line argument
:
elif check_define __i386__ ; then
cpu="i386"
elif check_define __x86_64__ ; then
if check_define __ILP32__ ; then
cpu="x32"
else
cpu="x86_64"
fi
elif check_define __sparc__ ; then
if check_define __arch64__ ; then
cpu="sparc64"
else
cpu="sparc"
fi
elif check_define _ARCH_PPC ; then
if check_define _ARCH_PPC64 ; then
if check_define _LITTLE_ENDIAN ; then
cpu="ppc64le"
else
cpu="ppc64"
fi
else
cpu="ppc"
fi
elif check_define __mips__ ; then
cpu="mips"
elif check_define __s390__ ; then
if check_define __s390x__ ; then
cpu="s390x"
else
cpu="s390"
fi
elif check_define __riscv ; then
cpu="riscv"
elif check_define __arm__ ; then
cpu="arm"
elif check_define __aarch64__ ; then
cpu="aarch64"
elif check_define __loongarch64 ; then
cpu="loongarch64"
else
cpu=$(uname -m)
fi
# Normalise host CPU name, set multilib cflags
# Note that this case should only have supported host CPUs, not guests.
case "$cpu" in
armv*b|armv*l|arm)
cpu="arm" ;;
i386|i486|i586|i686|i86pc|BePC)
cpu="i386"
CPU_CFLAGS="-m32" ;;
x32)
cpu="x86_64"
CPU_CFLAGS="-mx32" ;;
x86_64|amd64)
cpu="x86_64"
# ??? Only extremely old AMD cpus do not have cmpxchg16b.
# If we truly care, we should simply detect this case at
# runtime and generate the fallback to serial emulation.
CPU_CFLAGS="-m64 -mcx16" ;;
mips*)
cpu="mips" ;;
ppc)
CPU_CFLAGS="-m32" ;;
ppc64)
CPU_CFLAGS="-m64 -mbig-endian" ;;
ppc64le)
cpu="ppc64"
CPU_CFLAGS="-m64 -mlittle-endian" ;;
s390)
CPU_CFLAGS="-m31" ;;
s390x)
CPU_CFLAGS="-m64" ;;
sparc|sun4[cdmuv])
cpu="sparc"
CPU_CFLAGS="-m32 -mv8plus -mcpu=ultrasparc" ;;
sparc64)
CPU_CFLAGS="-m64 -mcpu=ultrasparc" ;;
esac
: ${make=${MAKE-make}}
# We prefer python 3.x. A bare 'python' is traditionally
# python 2.x, but some distros have it as python 3.x, so
# we check that too
python=
explicit_python=no
for binary in "${PYTHON-python3}" python
do
if has "$binary"
then
python=$(command -v "$binary")
break
fi
done
# Check for ancillary tools used in testing
genisoimage=
for binary in genisoimage mkisofs
do
if has $binary
then
genisoimage=$(command -v "$binary")
break
fi
done
# Default objcc to clang if available, otherwise use CC
if has clang; then
objcc=clang
else
objcc="$cc"
fi
if test "$mingw32" = "yes" ; then
EXESUF=".exe"
# MinGW needs -mthreads for TLS and macro _MT.
CONFIGURE_CFLAGS="-mthreads $CONFIGURE_CFLAGS"
write_c_skeleton;
prefix="/qemu"
bindir=""
qemu_suffix=""
fi
werror=""
. $source_path/scripts/meson-buildoptions.sh
meson_options=
meson_option_add() {
meson_options="$meson_options $(quote_sh "$1")"
}
meson_option_parse() {
meson_options="$meson_options $(_meson_option_parse "$@")"
if test $? -eq 1; then
echo "ERROR: unknown option $1"
echo "Try '$0 --help' for more information"
exit 1
fi
}
for opt do
optarg=$(expr "x$opt" : 'x[^=]*=\(.*\)')
case "$opt" in
--help|-h) show_help=yes
;;
--version|-V) exec cat $source_path/VERSION
;;
--prefix=*) prefix="$optarg"
;;
--cross-prefix=*)
;;
--cc=*)
;;
--host-cc=*) host_cc="$optarg"
;;
--cxx=*)
;;
--objcc=*) objcc="$optarg"
;;
--make=*) make="$optarg"
;;
--install=*)
;;
--python=*) python="$optarg" ; explicit_python=yes
;;
--skip-meson) skip_meson=yes
;;
--meson=*) meson="$optarg"
;;
--ninja=*) ninja="$optarg"
;;
--smbd=*) smbd="$optarg"
;;
--extra-cflags=*)
;;
--extra-cxxflags=*)
;;
--extra-objcflags=*)
;;
--extra-ldflags=*)
;;
--cross-cc-*)
;;
--cross-prefix-*)
;;
--enable-debug-info) meson_option_add -Ddebug=true
;;
--disable-debug-info) meson_option_add -Ddebug=false
;;
--enable-modules)
modules="yes"
;;
--disable-modules)
modules="no"
;;
--cpu=*)
;;
--target-list=*) target_list="$optarg"
if test "$target_list_exclude"; then
error_exit "Can't mix --target-list with --target-list-exclude"
fi
;;
--target-list-exclude=*) target_list_exclude="$optarg"
if test "$target_list"; then
error_exit "Can't mix --target-list-exclude with --target-list"
fi
;;
--with-default-devices) meson_option_add -Ddefault_devices=true
;;
--without-default-devices) meson_option_add -Ddefault_devices=false
;;
--with-devices-*[!a-zA-Z0-9_-]*=*) error_exit "Passed bad --with-devices-FOO option"
;;
--with-devices-*) device_arch=${opt#--with-devices-};
device_arch=${device_arch%%=*}
cf=$source_path/configs/devices/$device_arch-softmmu/$optarg.mak
if test -f "$cf"; then
device_archs="$device_archs $device_arch"
eval "devices_${device_arch}=\$optarg"
else
error_exit "File $cf does not exist"
fi
;;
--without-default-features) # processed above
;;
--static)
static="yes"
QEMU_PKG_CONFIG_FLAGS="--static $QEMU_PKG_CONFIG_FLAGS"
;;
--bindir=*) bindir="$optarg"
;;
--with-suffix=*) qemu_suffix="$optarg"
;;
--host=*|--build=*|\
--disable-dependency-tracking|\
--sbindir=*|--sharedstatedir=*|\
--oldincludedir=*|--datarootdir=*|--infodir=*|\
--htmldir=*|--dvidir=*|--pdfdir=*|--psdir=*)
# These switches are silently ignored, for compatibility with
# autoconf-generated configure scripts. This allows QEMU's
# configure to be used by RPM and similar macros that set
# lots of directory switches by default.
;;
--enable-debug-tcg) debug_tcg="yes"
;;
--disable-debug-tcg) debug_tcg="no"
;;
--enable-debug)
# Enable debugging options that aren't excessively noisy
debug_tcg="yes"
meson_option_parse --enable-debug-mutex ""
meson_option_add -Doptimization=0
fortify_source="no"
;;
--enable-sanitizers) sanitizers="yes"
;;
--disable-sanitizers) sanitizers="no"
;;
--enable-tsan) tsan="yes"
;;
--disable-tsan) tsan="no"
;;
--disable-slirp) slirp="disabled"
;;
--enable-slirp) slirp="enabled"
;;
--enable-slirp=git) slirp="internal"
;;
--enable-slirp=*) slirp="$optarg"
;;
--disable-tcg) tcg="disabled"
plugins="no"
;;
--enable-tcg) tcg="enabled"
;;
--disable-system) softmmu="no"
;;
--enable-system) softmmu="yes"
;;
--disable-user)
linux_user="no" ;
bsd_user="no" ;
;;
--enable-user) ;;
--disable-linux-user) linux_user="no"
;;
--enable-linux-user) linux_user="yes"
;;
--disable-bsd-user) bsd_user="no"
;;
--enable-bsd-user) bsd_user="yes"
;;
--enable-pie) pie="yes"
;;
--disable-pie) pie="no"
;;
--enable-werror) werror="yes"
;;
--disable-werror) werror="no"
;;
--enable-stack-protector) stack_protector="yes"
;;
--disable-stack-protector) stack_protector="no"
;;
--enable-safe-stack) safe_stack="yes"
;;
--disable-safe-stack) safe_stack="no"
;;
--enable-cfi)
cfi="true";
meson_option_add -Db_lto=true
;;
--disable-cfi) cfi="false"
;;
--disable-fdt) fdt="disabled"
;;
--enable-fdt) fdt="enabled"
;;
--enable-fdt=git) fdt="internal"
;;
--enable-fdt=*) fdt="$optarg"
;;
--with-coroutine=*) coroutine="$optarg"
;;
--disable-zlib-test)
;;
--disable-virtio-blk-data-plane|--enable-virtio-blk-data-plane)
echo "$0: $opt is obsolete, virtio-blk data-plane is always on" >&2
;;
--enable-vhdx|--disable-vhdx)
echo "$0: $opt is obsolete, VHDX driver is always built" >&2
;;
--enable-uuid|--disable-uuid)
echo "$0: $opt is obsolete, UUID support is always built" >&2
;;
--with-git=*) git="$optarg"
;;
--with-git-submodules=*)
git_submodules_action="$optarg"
;;
--enable-plugins) if test "$mingw32" = "yes"; then
error_exit "TCG plugins not currently supported on Windows platforms"
else
plugins="yes"
fi
;;
--disable-plugins) plugins="no"
;;
--enable-containers) use_containers="yes"
;;
--disable-containers) use_containers="no"
;;
--gdb=*) gdb_bin="$optarg"
;;
# backwards compatibility options
--enable-trace-backend=*) meson_option_parse "--enable-trace-backends=$optarg" "$optarg"
;;
--disable-blobs) meson_option_parse --disable-install-blobs ""
;;
--enable-tcmalloc) meson_option_parse --enable-malloc=tcmalloc tcmalloc
;;
--enable-jemalloc) meson_option_parse --enable-malloc=jemalloc jemalloc
;;
# everything else has the same name in configure and meson
--*) meson_option_parse "$opt" "$optarg"
;;
esac
done
# test for any invalid configuration combinations
if test "$plugins" = "yes" -a "$tcg" = "disabled"; then
error_exit "Can't enable plugins on non-TCG builds"
fi
case $git_submodules_action in
update|validate)
if test ! -e "$source_path/.git"; then
echo "ERROR: cannot $git_submodules_action git submodules without .git"
exit 1
fi
;;
ignore)
if ! test -f "$source_path/ui/keycodemapdb/README"
then
echo
echo "ERROR: missing GIT submodules"
echo
if test -e "$source_path/.git"; then
echo "--with-git-submodules=ignore specified but submodules were not"
echo "checked out. Please initialize and update submodules."
else
echo "This is not a GIT checkout but module content appears to"
echo "be missing. Do not use 'git archive' or GitHub download links"
echo "to acquire QEMU source archives. Non-GIT builds are only"
echo "supported with source archives linked from:"
echo
echo " https://www.qemu.org/download/#source"
echo
echo "Developers working with GIT can use scripts/archive-source.sh"
echo "if they need to create valid source archives."
fi
echo
exit 1
fi
;;
*)
echo "ERROR: invalid --with-git-submodules= value '$git_submodules_action'"
exit 1
;;
esac
default_target_list=""
mak_wilds=""
if [ "$linux_user" != no ]; then
if [ "$targetos" = linux ] && [ -d $source_path/linux-user/include/host/$cpu ]; then
linux_user=yes
elif [ "$linux_user" = yes ]; then
error_exit "linux-user not supported on this architecture"
fi
fi
if [ "$bsd_user" != no ]; then
if [ "$bsd_user" = "" ]; then
test $targetos = freebsd && bsd_user=yes
fi
if [ "$bsd_user" = yes ] && ! [ -d $source_path/bsd-user/$targetos ]; then
error_exit "bsd-user not supported on this host OS"
fi
fi
if [ "$softmmu" = "yes" ]; then
mak_wilds="${mak_wilds} $source_path/configs/targets/*-softmmu.mak"
fi
if [ "$linux_user" = "yes" ]; then
mak_wilds="${mak_wilds} $source_path/configs/targets/*-linux-user.mak"
fi
if [ "$bsd_user" = "yes" ]; then
mak_wilds="${mak_wilds} $source_path/configs/targets/*-bsd-user.mak"
fi
for config in $mak_wilds; do
target="$(basename "$config" .mak)"
if echo "$target_list_exclude" | grep -vq "$target"; then
default_target_list="${default_target_list} $target"
fi
done
if test x"$show_help" = x"yes" ; then
cat << EOF
Usage: configure [options]
Options: [defaults in brackets after descriptions]
Standard options:
--help print this message
--prefix=PREFIX install in PREFIX [$prefix]
--target-list=LIST set target list (default: build all)
$(echo Available targets: $default_target_list | \
fold -s -w 53 | sed -e 's/^/ /')
--target-list-exclude=LIST exclude a set of targets from the default target-list
Advanced options (experts only):
--cross-prefix=PREFIX use PREFIX for compile tools, PREFIX can be blank [$cross_prefix]
--cc=CC use C compiler CC [$cc]
--host-cc=CC use C compiler CC [$host_cc] for code run at
build time
--cxx=CXX use C++ compiler CXX [$cxx]
--objcc=OBJCC use Objective-C compiler OBJCC [$objcc]
--extra-cflags=CFLAGS append extra C compiler flags CFLAGS
--extra-cxxflags=CXXFLAGS append extra C++ compiler flags CXXFLAGS
--extra-objcflags=OBJCFLAGS append extra Objective C compiler flags OBJCFLAGS
--extra-ldflags=LDFLAGS append extra linker flags LDFLAGS
--cross-cc-ARCH=CC use compiler when building ARCH guest test cases
--cross-cc-cflags-ARCH= use compiler flags when building ARCH guest tests
--cross-prefix-ARCH=PREFIX cross compiler prefix when building ARCH guest test cases
--make=MAKE use specified make [$make]
--python=PYTHON use specified python [$python]
--meson=MESON use specified meson [$meson]
--ninja=NINJA use specified ninja [$ninja]
--smbd=SMBD use specified smbd [$smbd]
--with-git=GIT use specified git [$git]
--with-git-submodules=update update git submodules (default if .git dir exists)
--with-git-submodules=validate fail if git submodules are not up to date
--with-git-submodules=ignore do not update or check git submodules (default if no .git dir)
--static enable static build [$static]
--bindir=PATH install binaries in PATH
--with-suffix=SUFFIX suffix for QEMU data inside datadir/libdir/sysconfdir/docdir [$qemu_suffix]
--without-default-features default all --enable-* options to "disabled"
--without-default-devices do not include any device that is not needed to
start the emulator (only use if you are including
desired devices in configs/devices/)
--with-devices-ARCH=NAME override default configs/devices
--enable-debug enable common debug build options
--enable-sanitizers enable default sanitizers
--enable-tsan enable thread sanitizer
--disable-werror disable compilation abort on warning
--disable-stack-protector disable compiler-provided stack protection
--cpu=CPU Build for host CPU [$cpu]
--with-coroutine=BACKEND coroutine backend. Supported options:
ucontext, sigaltstack, windows
--enable-plugins
enable plugins via shared library loading
--disable-containers don't use containers for cross-building
--gdb=GDB-path gdb to use for gdbstub tests [$gdb_bin]
EOF
meson_options_help
cat << EOF
system all system emulation targets
user supported user emulation targets
linux-user all linux usermode emulation targets
bsd-user all BSD usermode emulation targets
pie Position Independent Executables
modules modules support (non-Windows)
debug-tcg TCG debugging (default is disabled)
debug-info debugging information
safe-stack SafeStack Stack Smash Protection. Depends on
clang/llvm >= 3.7 and requires coroutine backend ucontext.
NOTE: The object files are built at the place where configure is launched
EOF
exit 0
fi
# Remove old dependency files to make sure that they get properly regenerated
rm -f */config-devices.mak.d
if test -z "$python"
then
error_exit "Python not found. Use --python=/path/to/python"
fi
if ! has "$make"
then
error_exit "GNU make ($make) not found"
fi
# Note that if the Python conditional here evaluates True we will exit
# with status 1 which is a shell 'false' value.
if ! $python -c 'import sys; sys.exit(sys.version_info < (3,6))'; then
error_exit "Cannot use '$python', Python >= 3.6 is required." \
"Use --python=/path/to/python to specify a supported Python."
fi
# Preserve python version since some functionality is dependent on it
python_version=$($python -c 'import sys; print("%d.%d.%d" % (sys.version_info[0], sys.version_info[1], sys.version_info[2]))' 2>/dev/null)
# Suppress writing compiled files
python="$python -B"
if test -z "$meson"; then
if test "$explicit_python" = no && has meson && version_ge "$(meson --version)" 0.59.3; then
meson=meson
elif test $git_submodules_action != 'ignore' ; then
meson=git
elif test -e "${source_path}/meson/meson.py" ; then
meson=internal
else
if test "$explicit_python" = yes; then
error_exit "--python requires using QEMU's embedded Meson distribution, but it was not found."
else
error_exit "Meson not found. Use --meson=/path/to/meson"
fi
fi
else
# Meson uses its own Python interpreter to invoke other Python scripts,
# but the user wants to use the one they specified with --python.
#
# We do not want to override the distro Python interpreter (and sometimes
# cannot: for example in Homebrew /usr/bin/meson is a bash script), so
# just require --meson=git|internal together with --python.
if test "$explicit_python" = yes; then
case "$meson" in
git | internal) ;;
*) error_exit "--python requires using QEMU's embedded Meson distribution." ;;
esac
fi
fi
if test "$meson" = git; then
git_submodules="${git_submodules} meson"
fi
case "$meson" in
git | internal)
meson="$python ${source_path}/meson/meson.py"
;;
*) meson=$(command -v "$meson") ;;
esac
# Probe for ninja
if test -z "$ninja"; then
for c in ninja ninja-build samu; do
if has $c; then
ninja=$(command -v "$c")
break
fi
done
if test -z "$ninja"; then
error_exit "Cannot find Ninja"
fi
fi
# Check that the C compiler works. Doing this here before testing
# the host CPU ensures that we had a valid CC to autodetect the
# $cpu var (and we should bail right here if that's not the case).
# It also allows the help message to be printed without a CC.
write_c_skeleton;
if compile_object ; then
: C compiler works ok
else
error_exit "\"$cc\" either does not exist or does not work"
fi
if ! compile_prog ; then
error_exit "\"$cc\" cannot build an executable (is your linker broken?)"
fi
# Consult white-list to determine whether to enable werror
# by default. Only enable by default for git builds
if test -z "$werror" ; then
if test "$git_submodules_action" != "ignore" && \
{ test "$linux" = "yes" || test "$mingw32" = "yes"; }; then
werror="yes"
else
werror="no"
fi
fi
if test "$targetos" = "bogus"; then
# Now that we know that we're not printing the help and that
# the compiler works (so the results of the check_defines we used
# to identify the OS are reliable), if we didn't recognize the
# host OS we should stop now.
error_exit "Unrecognized host OS (uname -s reports '$(uname -s)')"
fi
# Check whether the compiler matches our minimum requirements:
cat > $TMPC << EOF
#if defined(__clang_major__) && defined(__clang_minor__)
# ifdef __apple_build_version__
# if __clang_major__ < 10 || (__clang_major__ == 10 && __clang_minor__ < 0)
# error You need at least XCode Clang v10.0 to compile QEMU
# endif
# else
# if __clang_major__ < 6 || (__clang_major__ == 6 && __clang_minor__ < 0)
# error You need at least Clang v6.0 to compile QEMU
# endif
# endif
#elif defined(__GNUC__) && defined(__GNUC_MINOR__)
# if __GNUC__ < 7 || (__GNUC__ == 7 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 4)
# error You need at least GCC v7.4.0 to compile QEMU
# endif
#else
# error You either need GCC or Clang to compiler QEMU
#endif
int main (void) { return 0; }
EOF
if ! compile_prog "" "" ; then
error_exit "You need at least GCC v7.4 or Clang v6.0 (or XCode Clang v10.0)"
fi
# Accumulate -Wfoo and -Wno-bar separately.
# We will list all of the enable flags first, and the disable flags second.
# Note that we do not add -Werror, because that would enable it for all
# configure tests. If a configure test failed due to -Werror this would
# just silently disable some features, so it's too error prone.
warn_flags=
add_to warn_flags -Wold-style-declaration
add_to warn_flags -Wold-style-definition
add_to warn_flags -Wtype-limits
add_to warn_flags -Wformat-security
add_to warn_flags -Wformat-y2k
add_to warn_flags -Winit-self
add_to warn_flags -Wignored-qualifiers
add_to warn_flags -Wempty-body
add_to warn_flags -Wnested-externs
add_to warn_flags -Wendif-labels
add_to warn_flags -Wexpansion-to-defined
add_to warn_flags -Wimplicit-fallthrough=2
nowarn_flags=
add_to nowarn_flags -Wno-initializer-overrides
add_to nowarn_flags -Wno-missing-include-dirs
add_to nowarn_flags -Wno-shift-negative-value
add_to nowarn_flags -Wno-string-plus-int
add_to nowarn_flags -Wno-typedef-redefinition
add_to nowarn_flags -Wno-tautological-type-limit-compare
add_to nowarn_flags -Wno-psabi
gcc_flags="$warn_flags $nowarn_flags"
cc_has_warning_flag() {
write_c_skeleton;
# Use the positive sense of the flag when testing for -Wno-wombat
# support (gcc will happily accept the -Wno- form of unknown
# warning options).
optflag="$(echo $1 | sed -e 's/^-Wno-/-W/')"
compile_prog "-Werror $optflag" ""
}
objcc_has_warning_flag() {
cat > $TMPM <<EOF
int main(void) { return 0; }
EOF
# Use the positive sense of the flag when testing for -Wno-wombat
# support (gcc will happily accept the -Wno- form of unknown
# warning options).
optflag="$(echo $1 | sed -e 's/^-Wno-/-W/')"
do_objc -Werror $optflag \
$OBJCFLAGS $EXTRA_OBJCFLAGS $CONFIGURE_OBJCFLAGS $QEMU_OBJCFLAGS \
-o $TMPE $TMPM $QEMU_LDFLAGS
}
for flag in $gcc_flags; do
if cc_has_warning_flag $flag ; then
QEMU_CFLAGS="$QEMU_CFLAGS $flag"
fi
if objcc_has_warning_flag $flag ; then
QEMU_OBJCFLAGS="$QEMU_OBJCFLAGS $flag"
fi
done
if test "$stack_protector" != "no"; then
cat > $TMPC << EOF
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
char arr[64], *p = arr, *c = argv[0];
while (*c) {
*p++ = *c++;
}
return 0;
}
EOF
gcc_flags="-fstack-protector-strong -fstack-protector-all"
sp_on=0
for flag in $gcc_flags; do
# We need to check both a compile and a link, since some compiler
# setups fail only on a .c->.o compile and some only at link time
if compile_object "-Werror $flag" &&
compile_prog "-Werror $flag" ""; then
QEMU_CFLAGS="$QEMU_CFLAGS $flag"
QEMU_LDFLAGS="$QEMU_LDFLAGS $flag"
sp_on=1
break
fi
done
if test "$stack_protector" = yes; then
if test $sp_on = 0; then
error_exit "Stack protector not supported"
fi
fi
fi
# Disable -Wmissing-braces on older compilers that warn even for
# the "universal" C zero initializer {0}.
cat > $TMPC << EOF
struct {
int a[2];
} x = {0};
EOF
if compile_object "-Werror" "" ; then
:
else
QEMU_CFLAGS="$QEMU_CFLAGS -Wno-missing-braces"
fi
# Our module code doesn't support Windows
if test "$modules" = "yes" && test "$mingw32" = "yes" ; then
error_exit "Modules are not available for Windows"
fi
# Static linking is not possible with plugins, modules or PIE
if test "$static" = "yes" ; then
if test "$modules" = "yes" ; then
error_exit "static and modules are mutually incompatible"
fi
if test "$plugins" = "yes"; then
error_exit "static and plugins are mutually incompatible"
else
plugins="no"
fi
fi
test "$plugins" = "" && plugins=yes
cat > $TMPC << EOF
#ifdef __linux__
# define THREAD __thread
#else
# define THREAD
#endif
static THREAD int tls_var;
int main(void) { return tls_var; }
EOF
# Check we support -fno-pie and -no-pie first; we will need the former for
# building ROMs, and both for everything if --disable-pie is passed.
if compile_prog "-Werror -fno-pie" "-no-pie"; then
CFLAGS_NOPIE="-fno-pie"
LDFLAGS_NOPIE="-no-pie"
fi
if test "$static" = "yes"; then
if test "$pie" != "no" && compile_prog "-Werror -fPIE -DPIE" "-static-pie"; then
CONFIGURE_CFLAGS="-fPIE -DPIE $CONFIGURE_CFLAGS"
QEMU_LDFLAGS="-static-pie $QEMU_LDFLAGS"
pie="yes"
elif test "$pie" = "yes"; then
error_exit "-static-pie not available due to missing toolchain support"
else
QEMU_LDFLAGS="-static $QEMU_LDFLAGS"
pie="no"
fi
elif test "$pie" = "no"; then
CONFIGURE_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS_NOPIE $CONFIGURE_CFLAGS"
CONFIGURE_LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS_NOPIE $CONFIGURE_LDFLAGS"
elif compile_prog "-Werror -fPIE -DPIE" "-pie"; then
CONFIGURE_CFLAGS="-fPIE -DPIE $CONFIGURE_CFLAGS"
CONFIGURE_LDFLAGS="-pie $CONFIGURE_LDFLAGS"
pie="yes"
elif test "$pie" = "yes"; then
error_exit "PIE not available due to missing toolchain support"
else
echo "Disabling PIE due to missing toolchain support"
pie="no"
fi
# Detect support for PT_GNU_RELRO + DT_BIND_NOW.
# The combination is known as "full relro", because .got.plt is read-only too.
if compile_prog "" "-Wl,-z,relro -Wl,-z,now" ; then
QEMU_LDFLAGS="-Wl,-z,relro -Wl,-z,now $QEMU_LDFLAGS"
fi
##########################################
# __sync_fetch_and_and requires at least -march=i486. Many toolchains
# use i686 as default anyway, but for those that don't, an explicit
# specification is necessary
if test "$cpu" = "i386"; then
cat > $TMPC << EOF
static int sfaa(int *ptr)
{
return __sync_fetch_and_and(ptr, 0);
}
int main(void)
{
int val = 42;
val = __sync_val_compare_and_swap(&val, 0, 1);
sfaa(&val);
return val;
}
EOF
if ! compile_prog "" "" ; then
QEMU_CFLAGS="-march=i486 $QEMU_CFLAGS"
fi
fi
if test "$tcg" = "enabled"; then
git_submodules="$git_submodules tests/fp/berkeley-testfloat-3"
git_submodules="$git_submodules tests/fp/berkeley-softfloat-3"
fi
if test -z "${target_list+xxx}" ; then
default_targets=yes
for target in $default_target_list; do
target_list="$target_list $target"
done
target_list="${target_list# }"
else
default_targets=no
target_list=$(echo "$target_list" | sed -e 's/,/ /g')
for target in $target_list; do
# Check that we recognised the target name; this allows a more
# friendly error message than if we let it fall through.
case " $default_target_list " in
*" $target "*)
;;
*)
error_exit "Unknown target name '$target'"
;;
esac
done
fi
# see if system emulation was really requested
case " $target_list " in
*"-softmmu "*) softmmu=yes
;;
*) softmmu=no
;;
esac
feature_not_found() {
feature=$1
remedy=$2
error_exit "User requested feature $feature" \
"configure was not able to find it." \
"$remedy"
}
# ---
# big/little endian test
cat > $TMPC << EOF
#include <stdio.h>
short big_endian[] = { 0x4269, 0x4765, 0x4e64, 0x4961, 0x4e00, 0, };
short little_endian[] = { 0x694c, 0x7454, 0x654c, 0x6e45, 0x6944, 0x6e41, 0, };
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
return printf("%s %s\n", (char *)big_endian, (char *)little_endian);
}
EOF
if compile_prog ; then
if strings -a $TMPE | grep -q BiGeNdIaN ; then
bigendian="yes"
elif strings -a $TMPE | grep -q LiTtLeEnDiAn ; then
bigendian="no"
else
echo big/little test failed
exit 1
fi
else
echo big/little test failed
exit 1
fi
##########################################
# pkg-config probe
if ! has "$pkg_config_exe"; then
error_exit "pkg-config binary '$pkg_config_exe' not found"
fi
##########################################
# glib support probe
# When bumping glib_req_ver, please check also whether we should increase
# the _WIN32_WINNT setting in osdep.h according to the value from glib
glib_req_ver=2.56
glib_modules=gthread-2.0
if test "$modules" = yes; then
glib_modules="$glib_modules gmodule-export-2.0"
elif test "$plugins" = "yes"; then
glib_modules="$glib_modules gmodule-no-export-2.0"
fi
for i in $glib_modules; do
if $pkg_config --atleast-version=$glib_req_ver $i; then
glib_cflags=$($pkg_config --cflags $i)
glib_libs=$($pkg_config --libs $i)
else
error_exit "glib-$glib_req_ver $i is required to compile QEMU"
fi
done
glib_bindir="$($pkg_config --variable=bindir glib-2.0)"
if test -z "$glib_bindir" ; then
glib_bindir="$($pkg_config --variable=prefix glib-2.0)"/bin
fi
# This workaround is required due to a bug in pkg-config file for glib as it
# doesn't define GLIB_STATIC_COMPILATION for pkg-config --static
if test "$static" = yes && test "$mingw32" = yes; then
glib_cflags="-DGLIB_STATIC_COMPILATION $glib_cflags"
fi
# Sanity check that the current size_t matches the
# size that glib thinks it should be. This catches
# problems on multi-arch where people try to build
# 32-bit QEMU while pointing at 64-bit glib headers
cat > $TMPC <<EOF
#include <glib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#define QEMU_BUILD_BUG_ON(x) \
typedef char qemu_build_bug_on[(x)?-1:1] __attribute__((unused));
int main(void) {
QEMU_BUILD_BUG_ON(sizeof(size_t) != GLIB_SIZEOF_SIZE_T);
return 0;
}
EOF
if ! compile_prog "$glib_cflags" "$glib_libs" ; then
error_exit "sizeof(size_t) doesn't match GLIB_SIZEOF_SIZE_T."\
"You probably need to set PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR"\
"to point to the right pkg-config files for your"\
"build target"
fi
# Silence clang warnings triggered by glib < 2.57.2
cat > $TMPC << EOF
#include <glib.h>
typedef struct Foo {
int i;
} Foo;
static void foo_free(Foo *f)
{
g_free(f);
}
G_DEFINE_AUTOPTR_CLEANUP_FUNC(Foo, foo_free)
int main(void) { return 0; }
EOF
if ! compile_prog "$glib_cflags -Werror" "$glib_libs" ; then
if cc_has_warning_flag "-Wno-unused-function"; then
glib_cflags="$glib_cflags -Wno-unused-function"
CONFIGURE_CFLAGS="$CONFIGURE_CFLAGS -Wno-unused-function"
fi
fi
##########################################
# fdt probe
case "$fdt" in
auto | enabled | internal)
# Simpler to always update submodule, even if not needed.
git_submodules="${git_submodules} dtc"
;;
esac
##########################################
# check and set a backend for coroutine
# We prefer ucontext, but it's not always possible. The fallback
# is sigcontext. On Windows the only valid backend is the Windows
# specific one.
ucontext_works=no
if test "$darwin" != "yes"; then
cat > $TMPC << EOF
#include <ucontext.h>
#ifdef __stub_makecontext
#error Ignoring glibc stub makecontext which will always fail
#endif
int main(void) { makecontext(0, 0, 0); return 0; }
EOF
if compile_prog "" "" ; then
ucontext_works=yes
fi
fi
if test "$coroutine" = ""; then
if test "$mingw32" = "yes"; then
coroutine=win32
elif test "$ucontext_works" = "yes"; then
coroutine=ucontext
else
coroutine=sigaltstack
fi
else
case $coroutine in
windows)
if test "$mingw32" != "yes"; then
error_exit "'windows' coroutine backend only valid for Windows"
fi
# Unfortunately the user visible backend name doesn't match the
# coroutine-*.c filename for this case, so we have to adjust it here.
coroutine=win32
;;
ucontext)
if test "$ucontext_works" != "yes"; then
feature_not_found "ucontext"
fi
;;
sigaltstack)
if test "$mingw32" = "yes"; then
error_exit "only the 'windows' coroutine backend is valid for Windows"
fi
;;
*)
error_exit "unknown coroutine backend $coroutine"
;;
esac
fi
##################################################
# SafeStack
if test "$safe_stack" = "yes"; then
cat > $TMPC << EOF
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
#if ! __has_feature(safe_stack)
#error SafeStack Disabled
#endif
return 0;
}
EOF
flag="-fsanitize=safe-stack"
# Check that safe-stack is supported and enabled.
if compile_prog "-Werror $flag" "$flag"; then
# Flag needed both at compilation and at linking
QEMU_CFLAGS="$QEMU_CFLAGS $flag"
QEMU_LDFLAGS="$QEMU_LDFLAGS $flag"
else
error_exit "SafeStack not supported by your compiler"
fi
if test "$coroutine" != "ucontext"; then
error_exit "SafeStack is only supported by the coroutine backend ucontext"
fi
else
cat > $TMPC << EOF
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
#if defined(__has_feature)
#if __has_feature(safe_stack)
#error SafeStack Enabled
#endif
#endif
return 0;
}
EOF
if test "$safe_stack" = "no"; then
# Make sure that safe-stack is disabled
if ! compile_prog "-Werror" ""; then
# SafeStack was already enabled, try to explicitly remove the feature
flag="-fno-sanitize=safe-stack"
if ! compile_prog "-Werror $flag" "$flag"; then
error_exit "Configure cannot disable SafeStack"
fi
QEMU_CFLAGS="$QEMU_CFLAGS $flag"
QEMU_LDFLAGS="$QEMU_LDFLAGS $flag"
fi
else # "$safe_stack" = ""
# Set safe_stack to yes or no based on pre-existing flags
if compile_prog "-Werror" ""; then
safe_stack="no"
else
safe_stack="yes"
if test "$coroutine" != "ucontext"; then
error_exit "SafeStack is only supported by the coroutine backend ucontext"
fi
fi
fi
fi
########################################
# check if ccache is interfering with
# semantic analysis of macros
unset CCACHE_CPP2
ccache_cpp2=no
cat > $TMPC << EOF
static const int Z = 1;
#define fn() ({ Z; })
#define TAUT(X) ((X) == Z)
#define PAREN(X, Y) (X == Y)
#define ID(X) (X)
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
int x = 0, y = 0;
x = ID(x);
x = fn();
fn();
if (PAREN(x, y)) return 0;
if (TAUT(Z)) return 0;
return 0;
}
EOF
if ! compile_object "-Werror"; then
ccache_cpp2=yes
fi
#################################################
# clang does not support glibc + FORTIFY_SOURCE.
if test "$fortify_source" != "no"; then
if echo | $cc -dM -E - | grep __clang__ > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
fortify_source="no";
elif test -n "$cxx" && has $cxx &&
echo | $cxx -dM -E - | grep __clang__ >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
fortify_source="no";
else
fortify_source="yes"
fi
fi
##########################################
# checks for sanitizers
have_asan=no
have_ubsan=no
have_asan_iface_h=no
have_asan_iface_fiber=no
if test "$sanitizers" = "yes" ; then
write_c_skeleton
if compile_prog "$CPU_CFLAGS -Werror -fsanitize=address" ""; then
have_asan=yes
fi
# we could use a simple skeleton for flags checks, but this also
# detect the static linking issue of ubsan, see also:
# https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=84285
cat > $TMPC << EOF
#include <stdlib.h>
int main(void) {
void *tmp = malloc(10);
if (tmp != NULL) {
return *(int *)(tmp + 2);
}
return 1;
}
EOF
if compile_prog "$CPU_CFLAGS -Werror -fsanitize=undefined" ""; then
have_ubsan=yes
fi
if check_include "sanitizer/asan_interface.h" ; then
have_asan_iface_h=yes
fi
cat > $TMPC << EOF
#include <sanitizer/asan_interface.h>
int main(void) {
__sanitizer_start_switch_fiber(0, 0, 0);
return 0;
}
EOF
if compile_prog "$CPU_CFLAGS -Werror -fsanitize=address" "" ; then
have_asan_iface_fiber=yes
fi
fi
# Thread sanitizer is, for now, much noisier than the other sanitizers;
# keep it separate until that is not the case.
if test "$tsan" = "yes" && test "$sanitizers" = "yes"; then
error_exit "TSAN is not supported with other sanitiziers."
fi
have_tsan=no
have_tsan_iface_fiber=no
if test "$tsan" = "yes" ; then
write_c_skeleton
if compile_prog "$CPU_CFLAGS -Werror -fsanitize=thread" "" ; then
have_tsan=yes
fi
cat > $TMPC << EOF
#include <sanitizer/tsan_interface.h>
int main(void) {
__tsan_create_fiber(0);
return 0;
}
EOF
if compile_prog "$CPU_CFLAGS -Werror -fsanitize=thread" "" ; then
have_tsan_iface_fiber=yes
fi
fi
##########################################
# check for slirp
case "$slirp" in
auto | enabled | internal)
# Simpler to always update submodule, even if not needed.
git_submodules="${git_submodules} slirp"
;;
esac
##########################################
# functions to probe cross compilers
container="no"
if test $use_containers = "yes"; then
if has "docker" || has "podman"; then
container=$($python $source_path/tests/docker/docker.py probe)
fi
fi
# cross compilers defaults, can be overridden with --cross-cc-ARCH
: ${cross_prefix_aarch64="aarch64-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_aarch64_be="$cross_prefix_aarch64"}
: ${cross_prefix_alpha="alpha-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_arm="arm-linux-gnueabihf-"}
: ${cross_prefix_armeb="$cross_prefix_arm"}
: ${cross_prefix_hexagon="hexagon-unknown-linux-musl-"}
: ${cross_prefix_loongarch64="loongarch64-unknown-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_hppa="hppa-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_i386="i686-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_m68k="m68k-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_microblaze="microblaze-linux-musl-"}
: ${cross_prefix_mips64el="mips64el-linux-gnuabi64-"}
: ${cross_prefix_mips64="mips64-linux-gnuabi64-"}
: ${cross_prefix_mipsel="mipsel-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_mips="mips-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_nios2="nios2-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_ppc="powerpc-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_ppc64="powerpc64-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_ppc64le="$cross_prefix_ppc64"}
: ${cross_prefix_riscv64="riscv64-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_s390x="s390x-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_sh4="sh4-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_sparc64="sparc64-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_prefix_sparc="$cross_prefix_sparc64"}
: ${cross_prefix_x86_64="x86_64-linux-gnu-"}
: ${cross_cc_aarch64_be="$cross_cc_aarch64"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_aarch64_be="-mbig-endian"}
: ${cross_cc_armeb="$cross_cc_arm"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_armeb="-mbig-endian"}
: ${cross_cc_hexagon="hexagon-unknown-linux-musl-clang"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_hexagon="-mv67 -O2 -static"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_i386="-m32"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_ppc="-m32"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_ppc64="-m64 -mbig-endian"}
: ${cross_cc_ppc64le="$cross_cc_ppc64"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_ppc64le="-m64 -mlittle-endian"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_sparc64="-m64 -mcpu=ultrasparc"}
: ${cross_cc_sparc="$cross_cc_sparc64"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_sparc="-m32 -mcpu=supersparc"}
: ${cross_cc_cflags_x86_64="-m64"}
: ${cross_cc_e2k="e2k-linux-as"} # C compiler isn't public yet
: ${cross_cc_e2k_ignore_checks="yes"}
compute_target_variable() {
if eval test -n "\"\${cross_prefix_$1}\""; then
if eval has "\"\${cross_prefix_$1}\$3\""; then
eval "$2=\"\${cross_prefix_$1}\$3\""
fi
fi
}
probe_target_compiler() {
# reset all output variables
container_image=
container_hosts=
container_cross_cc=
container_cross_ar=
container_cross_as=
container_cross_ld=
container_cross_nm=
container_cross_objcopy=
container_cross_ranlib=
container_cross_strip=
target_cc=
target_ar=
target_as=
target_ld=
target_nm=
target_objcopy=
target_ranlib=
target_strip=
case $1 in
aarch64) container_hosts="x86_64 aarch64" ;;
alpha) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
arm) container_hosts="x86_64 aarch64" ;;
cris) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
hexagon) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
hppa) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
i386) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
m68k) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
microblaze) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
mips64el) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
mips64) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
mipsel) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
mips) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
nios2) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
ppc) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
ppc64|ppc64le) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
riscv64) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
s390x) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
sh4) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
sparc64) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
tricore) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
x86_64) container_hosts="aarch64 ppc64el x86_64" ;;
xtensa*) container_hosts=x86_64 ;;
esac
for host in $container_hosts; do
test "$container" != no || continue
test "$host" = "$cpu" || continue
case $1 in
aarch64)
# We don't have any bigendian build tools so we only use this for AArch64
container_image=debian-arm64-cross
container_cross_prefix=aarch64-linux-gnu-
container_cross_cc=${container_cross_prefix}gcc-10
;;
alpha)
container_image=debian-alpha-cross
container_cross_prefix=alpha-linux-gnu-
;;
arm)
# We don't have any bigendian build tools so we only use this for ARM
container_image=debian-armhf-cross
container_cross_prefix=arm-linux-gnueabihf-
;;
cris)
container_image=fedora-cris-cross
container_cross_prefix=cris-linux-gnu-
;;
hexagon)
container_image=debian-hexagon-cross
container_cross_prefix=hexagon-unknown-linux-musl-
container_cross_cc=${container_cross_prefix}clang
;;
hppa)
container_image=debian-hppa-cross
container_cross_prefix=hppa-linux-gnu-
;;
i386)
container_image=fedora-i386-cross
container_cross_prefix=
;;
m68k)
container_image=debian-m68k-cross
container_cross_prefix=m68k-linux-gnu-
;;
microblaze)
container_image=debian-microblaze-cross
container_cross_prefix=microblaze-linux-musl-
;;
mips64el)
container_image=debian-mips64el-cross
container_cross_prefix=mips64el-linux-gnuabi64-
;;
mips64)
container_image=debian-mips64-cross
container_cross_prefix=mips64-linux-gnuabi64-
;;
mipsel)
container_image=debian-mipsel-cross
container_cross_prefix=mipsel-linux-gnu-
;;
mips)
container_image=debian-mips-cross
container_cross_prefix=mips-linux-gnu-
;;
nios2)
container_image=debian-nios2-cross
container_cross_prefix=nios2-linux-gnu-
;;
ppc)
container_image=debian-powerpc-test-cross
container_cross_prefix=powerpc-linux-gnu-
container_cross_cc=${container_cross_prefix}gcc-10
;;
ppc64|ppc64le)
container_image=debian-powerpc-test-cross
container_cross_prefix=powerpc${1#ppc}-linux-gnu-
container_cross_cc=${container_cross_prefix}gcc-10
;;
riscv64)
container_image=debian-riscv64-test-cross
container_cross_prefix=riscv64-linux-gnu-
;;
s390x)
container_image=debian-s390x-cross
container_cross_prefix=s390x-linux-gnu-
;;
sh4)
container_image=debian-sh4-cross
container_cross_prefix=sh4-linux-gnu-
;;
sparc64)
container_image=debian-sparc64-cross
container_cross_prefix=sparc64-linux-gnu-
;;
tricore)
container_image=debian-tricore-cross
container_cross_prefix=tricore-
container_cross_as=tricore-as
container_cross_ld=tricore-ld
break
;;
x86_64)
container_image=debian-amd64-cross
container_cross_prefix=x86_64-linux-gnu-
;;
xtensa*)
# FIXME: xtensa-linux-user?
container_hosts=x86_64
container_image=debian-xtensa-cross
# default to the dc232b cpu
container_cross_prefix=/opt/2020.07/xtensa-dc232b-elf/bin/xtensa-dc232b-elf-
;;
esac
: ${container_cross_cc:=${container_cross_prefix}gcc}
: ${container_cross_ar:=${container_cross_prefix}ar}
: ${container_cross_as:=${container_cross_prefix}as}
: ${container_cross_ld:=${container_cross_prefix}ld}
: ${container_cross_nm:=${container_cross_prefix}nm}
: ${container_cross_objcopy:=${container_cross_prefix}objcopy}
: ${container_cross_ranlib:=${container_cross_prefix}ranlib}
: ${container_cross_strip:=${container_cross_prefix}strip}
done
eval "target_cflags=\${cross_cc_cflags_$1}"
if eval test -n "\"\${cross_cc_$1}\""; then
if eval has "\"\${cross_cc_$1}\""; then
eval "target_cc=\"\${cross_cc_$1}\""
fi
else
compute_target_variable $1 target_cc gcc
fi
target_ccas=$target_cc
compute_target_variable $1 target_ar ar
compute_target_variable $1 target_as as
compute_target_variable $1 target_ld ld
compute_target_variable $1 target_nm nm
compute_target_variable $1 target_objcopy objcopy
compute_target_variable $1 target_ranlib ranlib
compute_target_variable $1 target_strip strip
if test "$1" = $cpu; then
: ${target_cc:=$cc}
: ${target_ccas:=$ccas}
: ${target_as:=$as}
: ${target_ld:=$ld}
: ${target_ar:=$ar}
: ${target_as:=$as}
: ${target_ld:=$ld}
: ${target_nm:=$nm}
: ${target_objcopy:=$objcopy}
: ${target_ranlib:=$ranlib}
: ${target_strip:=$strip}
fi
if test -n "$target_cc"; then
case $1 in
i386|x86_64)
if $target_cc --version | grep -qi "clang"; then
unset target_cc
fi
;;
esac
fi
}
probe_target_compilers() {
for i; do
probe_target_compiler $i
test -n "$target_cc" && return 0
done
}
write_target_makefile() {
if test -n "$target_cc"; then
echo "CC=$target_cc"
echo "CCAS=$target_ccas"
fi
if test -n "$target_ar"; then
echo "AR=$target_ar"
fi
if test -n "$target_as"; then
echo "AS=$target_as"
fi
if test -n "$target_ld"; then
echo "LD=$target_ld"
fi
if test -n "$target_nm"; then
echo "NM=$target_nm"
fi
if test -n "$target_objcopy"; then
echo "OBJCOPY=$target_objcopy"
fi
if test -n "$target_ranlib"; then
echo "RANLIB=$target_ranlib"
fi
if test -n "$target_strip"; then
echo "STRIP=$target_strip"
fi
}
write_container_target_makefile() {
if test -n "$container_cross_cc"; then
echo "CC=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_cc -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
echo "CCAS=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_cc -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
fi
echo "AR=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_ar -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
echo "AS=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_as -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
echo "LD=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_ld -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
echo "NM=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_nm -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
echo "OBJCOPY=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_objcopy -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
echo "RANLIB=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_ranlib -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
echo "STRIP=\$(DOCKER_SCRIPT) cc --cc $container_cross_strip -i qemu/$container_image -s $source_path --"
}
##########################################
# End of CC checks
# After here, no more $cc or $ld runs
write_c_skeleton
if test "$fortify_source" = "yes" ; then
QEMU_CFLAGS="-U_FORTIFY_SOURCE -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 $QEMU_CFLAGS"
fi
case "$ARCH" in
alpha)
# Ensure there's only a single GP
QEMU_CFLAGS="-msmall-data $QEMU_CFLAGS"
;;
esac
if test "$have_asan" = "yes"; then
QEMU_CFLAGS="-fsanitize=address $QEMU_CFLAGS"
QEMU_LDFLAGS="-fsanitize=address $QEMU_LDFLAGS"
if test "$have_asan_iface_h" = "no" ; then
echo "ASAN build enabled, but ASAN header missing." \
"Without code annotation, the report may be inferior."
elif test "$have_asan_iface_fiber" = "no" ; then
echo "ASAN build enabled, but ASAN header is too old." \
"Without code annotation, the report may be inferior."
fi
fi
if test "$have_tsan" = "yes" ; then
if test "$have_tsan_iface_fiber" = "yes" ; then
QEMU_CFLAGS="-fsanitize=thread $QEMU_CFLAGS"
QEMU_LDFLAGS="-fsanitize=thread $QEMU_LDFLAGS"
else
error_exit "Cannot enable TSAN due to missing fiber annotation interface."
fi
elif test "$tsan" = "yes" ; then
error_exit "Cannot enable TSAN due to missing sanitize thread interface."
fi
if test "$have_ubsan" = "yes"; then
QEMU_CFLAGS="-fsanitize=undefined $QEMU_CFLAGS"
QEMU_LDFLAGS="-fsanitize=undefined $QEMU_LDFLAGS"
fi
##########################################
# Exclude --warn-common with TSan to suppress warnings from the TSan libraries.
if test "$solaris" = "no" && test "$tsan" = "no"; then
if $ld --version 2>/dev/null | grep "GNU ld" >/dev/null 2>/dev/null ; then
QEMU_LDFLAGS="-Wl,--warn-common $QEMU_LDFLAGS"
fi
fi
# Guest agent Windows MSI package
if test "$QEMU_GA_MANUFACTURER" = ""; then
QEMU_GA_MANUFACTURER=QEMU
fi
if test "$QEMU_GA_DISTRO" = ""; then
QEMU_GA_DISTRO=Linux
fi
if test "$QEMU_GA_VERSION" = ""; then
QEMU_GA_VERSION=$(cat $source_path/VERSION)
fi
#######################################
# cross-compiled firmware targets
# Set up build tree symlinks that point back into the source tree
# (these can be both files and directories).
# Caution: avoid adding files or directories here using wildcards. This
# will result in problems later if a new file matching the wildcard is
# added to the source tree -- nothing will cause configure to be rerun
# so the build tree will be missing the link back to the new file, and
# tests might fail. Prefer to keep the relevant files in their own
# directory and symlink the directory instead.
LINKS="Makefile"
LINKS="$LINKS tests/tcg/Makefile.target"
LINKS="$LINKS pc-bios/optionrom/Makefile"
LINKS="$LINKS pc-bios/s390-ccw/Makefile"
LINKS="$LINKS pc-bios/vof/Makefile"
LINKS="$LINKS .gdbinit scripts" # scripts needed by relative path in .gdbinit
LINKS="$LINKS tests/avocado tests/data"
LINKS="$LINKS tests/qemu-iotests/check"
LINKS="$LINKS python"
LINKS="$LINKS contrib/plugins/Makefile "
for f in $LINKS ; do
if [ -e "$source_path/$f" ]; then
mkdir -p `dirname ./$f`
symlink "$source_path/$f" "$f"
fi
done
# Mac OS X ships with a broken assembler
roms=
probe_target_compilers i386 x86_64
if test -n "$target_cc" &&
test "$targetos" != "darwin" && test "$targetos" != "sunos" && \
test "$targetos" != "haiku" && test "$softmmu" = yes ; then
# Different host OS linkers have different ideas about the name of the ELF
# emulation. Linux and OpenBSD/amd64 use 'elf_i386'; FreeBSD uses the _fbsd
# variant; OpenBSD/i386 uses the _obsd variant; and Windows uses i386pe.
for emu in elf_i386 elf_i386_fbsd elf_i386_obsd i386pe; do
if "$target_ld" -verbose 2>&1 | grep -q "^[[:space:]]*$emu[[:space:]]*$"; then
ld_i386_emulation="$emu"
break
fi
done
if test -n "$ld_i386_emulation"; then
roms="optionrom"
config_mak=pc-bios/optionrom/config.mak
echo "# Automatically generated by configure - do not modify" > $config_mak
echo "TOPSRC_DIR=$source_path" >> $config_mak
echo "LD_I386_EMULATION=$ld_i386_emulation" >> $config_mak
write_target_makefile >> $config_mak
fi
fi
probe_target_compilers ppc ppc64
if test -n "$target_cc" && test "$softmmu" = yes; then
roms="$roms vof"
config_mak=pc-bios/vof/config.mak
echo "# Automatically generated by configure - do not modify" > $config_mak
echo "SRC_DIR=$source_path/pc-bios/vof" >> $config_mak
write_target_makefile >> $config_mak
fi
# Only build s390-ccw bios if the compiler has -march=z900 or -march=z10
# (which is the lowest architecture level that Clang supports)
probe_target_compiler s390x
if test -n "$target_cc" && test "$softmmu" = yes; then
write_c_skeleton
do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cc_cflags -march=z900 -o $TMPO -c $TMPC
has_z900=$?
if [ $has_z900 = 0 ] || do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cc_cflags -march=z10 -msoft-float -Werror -o $TMPO -c $TMPC; then
if [ $has_z900 != 0 ]; then
echo "WARNING: Your compiler does not support the z900!"
echo " The s390-ccw bios will only work with guest CPUs >= z10."
fi
roms="$roms s390-ccw"
config_mak=pc-bios/s390-ccw/config-host.mak
echo "# Automatically generated by configure - do not modify" > $config_mak
echo "SRC_PATH=$source_path/pc-bios/s390-ccw" >> $config_mak
write_target_makefile >> $config_mak
# SLOF is required for building the s390-ccw firmware on s390x,
# since it is using the libnet code from SLOF for network booting.
git_submodules="${git_submodules} roms/SLOF"
fi
fi
#######################################
# generate config-host.mak
# Check that the C++ compiler exists and works with the C compiler.
# All the QEMU_CXXFLAGS are based on QEMU_CFLAGS. Keep this at the end to don't miss any other that could be added.
if has $cxx; then
cat > $TMPC <<EOF
int c_function(void);
int main(void) { return c_function(); }
EOF
compile_object
cat > $TMPCXX <<EOF
extern "C" {
int c_function(void);
}
int c_function(void) { return 42; }
EOF
update_cxxflags
if do_cxx $CXXFLAGS $EXTRA_CXXFLAGS $CONFIGURE_CXXFLAGS $QEMU_CXXFLAGS -o $TMPE $TMPCXX $TMPO $QEMU_LDFLAGS; then
# C++ compiler $cxx works ok with C compiler $cc
:
else
echo "C++ compiler $cxx does not work with C compiler $cc"
echo "Disabling C++ specific optional code"
cxx=
fi
else
echo "No C++ compiler available; disabling C++ specific optional code"
cxx=
fi
if !(GIT="$git" "$source_path/scripts/git-submodule.sh" "$git_submodules_action" "$git_submodules"); then
exit 1
fi
config_host_mak="config-host.mak"
echo "# Automatically generated by configure - do not modify" > $config_host_mak
echo >> $config_host_mak
echo all: >> $config_host_mak
echo "GIT=$git" >> $config_host_mak
echo "GIT_SUBMODULES=$git_submodules" >> $config_host_mak
echo "GIT_SUBMODULES_ACTION=$git_submodules_action" >> $config_host_mak
if test "$debug_tcg" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_DEBUG_TCG=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$mingw32" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_WIN32=y" >> $config_host_mak
echo "QEMU_GA_MANUFACTURER=${QEMU_GA_MANUFACTURER}" >> $config_host_mak
echo "QEMU_GA_DISTRO=${QEMU_GA_DISTRO}" >> $config_host_mak
echo "QEMU_GA_VERSION=${QEMU_GA_VERSION}" >> $config_host_mak
else
echo "CONFIG_POSIX=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$linux" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_LINUX=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$darwin" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_DARWIN=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$solaris" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_SOLARIS=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$static" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_STATIC=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
echo "SRC_PATH=$source_path" >> $config_host_mak
echo "TARGET_DIRS=$target_list" >> $config_host_mak
if test "$modules" = "yes"; then
echo "CONFIG_MODULES=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
# XXX: suppress that
if [ "$bsd" = "yes" ] ; then
echo "CONFIG_BSD=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
echo "CONFIG_COROUTINE_BACKEND=$coroutine" >> $config_host_mak
if test "$have_asan_iface_fiber" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_ASAN_IFACE_FIBER=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$have_tsan" = "yes" && test "$have_tsan_iface_fiber" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_TSAN=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$plugins" = "yes" ; then
echo "CONFIG_PLUGIN=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test -n "$gdb_bin"; then
gdb_version=$($gdb_bin --version | head -n 1)
if version_ge ${gdb_version##* } 9.1; then
echo "HAVE_GDB_BIN=$gdb_bin" >> $config_host_mak
fi
fi
echo "ROMS=$roms" >> $config_host_mak
echo "MAKE=$make" >> $config_host_mak
echo "PYTHON=$python" >> $config_host_mak
echo "GENISOIMAGE=$genisoimage" >> $config_host_mak
echo "MESON=$meson" >> $config_host_mak
echo "NINJA=$ninja" >> $config_host_mak
echo "CC=$cc" >> $config_host_mak
echo "QEMU_CFLAGS=$QEMU_CFLAGS" >> $config_host_mak
echo "QEMU_CXXFLAGS=$QEMU_CXXFLAGS" >> $config_host_mak
echo "QEMU_OBJCFLAGS=$QEMU_OBJCFLAGS" >> $config_host_mak
echo "GLIB_CFLAGS=$glib_cflags" >> $config_host_mak
echo "GLIB_LIBS=$glib_libs" >> $config_host_mak
echo "GLIB_BINDIR=$glib_bindir" >> $config_host_mak
echo "GLIB_VERSION=$(pkg-config --modversion glib-2.0)" >> $config_host_mak
echo "QEMU_LDFLAGS=$QEMU_LDFLAGS" >> $config_host_mak
echo "EXESUF=$EXESUF" >> $config_host_mak
# use included Linux headers
if test "$linux" = "yes" ; then
mkdir -p linux-headers
case "$cpu" in
i386|x86_64)
linux_arch=x86
;;
ppc|ppc64)
linux_arch=powerpc
;;
s390x)
linux_arch=s390
;;
aarch64)
linux_arch=arm64
;;
loongarch*)
linux_arch=loongarch
;;
mips64)
linux_arch=mips
;;
*)
# For most CPUs the kernel architecture name and QEMU CPU name match.
linux_arch="$cpu"
;;
esac
# For non-KVM architectures we will not have asm headers
if [ -e "$source_path/linux-headers/asm-$linux_arch" ]; then
symlink "$source_path/linux-headers/asm-$linux_arch" linux-headers/asm
fi
fi
for target in $target_list; do
target_dir="$target"
target_name=$(echo $target | cut -d '-' -f 1)$EXESUF
mkdir -p $target_dir
case $target in
*-user) symlink "../qemu-$target_name" "$target_dir/qemu-$target_name" ;;
*) symlink "../qemu-system-$target_name" "$target_dir/qemu-system-$target_name" ;;
esac
done
if test "$default_targets" = "yes"; then
echo "CONFIG_DEFAULT_TARGETS=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$ccache_cpp2" = "yes"; then
echo "export CCACHE_CPP2=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
if test "$safe_stack" = "yes"; then
echo "CONFIG_SAFESTACK=y" >> $config_host_mak
fi
# tests/tcg configuration
(makefile=tests/tcg/Makefile.prereqs
echo "# Automatically generated by configure - do not modify" > $makefile
config_host_mak=tests/tcg/config-host.mak
echo "# Automatically generated by configure - do not modify" > $config_host_mak
echo "SRC_PATH=$source_path" >> $config_host_mak
echo "HOST_CC=$host_cc" >> $config_host_mak
tcg_tests_targets=
for target in $target_list; do
arch=${target%%-*}
probe_target_compiler ${arch}
config_target_mak=tests/tcg/config-$target.mak
echo "# Automatically generated by configure - do not modify" > $config_target_mak
echo "TARGET_NAME=$arch" >> $config_target_mak
case $target in
*-softmmu)
test -f $source_path/tests/tcg/$arch/Makefile.softmmu-target || continue
qemu="qemu-system-$arch"
;;
*-linux-user|*-bsd-user)
qemu="qemu-$arch"
;;
esac
got_cross_cc=no
unset build_static
if test -n "$target_cc"; then
write_c_skeleton
if ! do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-o $TMPE $TMPC -static ; then
# For host systems we might get away with building without -static
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-o $TMPE $TMPC ; then
got_cross_cc=yes
fi
else
got_cross_cc=yes
build_static=y
fi
elif test -n "$target_as" && test -n "$target_ld"; then
# Special handling for assembler only tests
case $target in
tricore-softmmu) got_cross_cc=yes ;;
esac
fi
if test $got_cross_cc = yes; then
# Test for compiler features for optional tests. We only do this
# for cross compilers because ensuring the docker containers based
# compilers is a requirememt for adding a new test that needs a
# compiler feature.
echo "BUILD_STATIC=$build_static" >> $config_target_mak
write_target_makefile >> $config_target_mak
case $target in
aarch64-*)
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-march=armv8.1-a+sve -o $TMPE $TMPC; then
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_SVE=y" >> $config_target_mak
fi
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-march=armv8.1-a+sve2 -o $TMPE $TMPC; then
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_SVE2=y" >> $config_target_mak
fi
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-march=armv8.3-a -o $TMPE $TMPC; then
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_ARMV8_3=y" >> $config_target_mak
fi
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-mbranch-protection=standard -o $TMPE $TMPC; then
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_ARMV8_BTI=y" >> $config_target_mak
fi
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-march=armv8.5-a+memtag -o $TMPE $TMPC; then
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_ARMV8_MTE=y" >> $config_target_mak
fi
;;
ppc*)
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-mpower8-vector -o $TMPE $TMPC; then
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_POWER8_VECTOR=y" >> $config_target_mak
fi
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-mpower10 -o $TMPE $TMPC; then
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_POWER10=y" >> $config_target_mak
fi
;;
i386-linux-user)
if do_compiler "$target_cc" $target_cflags \
-Werror -fno-pie -o $TMPE $TMPC; then
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_I386_NOPIE=y" >> $config_target_mak
fi
;;
esac
elif test -n "$container_image"; then
echo "build-tcg-tests-$target: docker-image-$container_image" >> $makefile
echo "BUILD_STATIC=y" >> $config_target_mak
write_container_target_makefile >> $config_target_mak
case $target in
aarch64-*)
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_SVE=y" >> $config_target_mak
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_SVE2=y" >> $config_target_mak
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_ARMV8_3=y" >> $config_target_mak
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_ARMV8_BTI=y" >> $config_target_mak
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_ARMV8_MTE=y" >> $config_target_mak
;;
ppc*)
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_POWER8_VECTOR=y" >> $config_target_mak
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_POWER10=y" >> $config_target_mak
;;
i386-linux-user)
echo "CROSS_CC_HAS_I386_NOPIE=y" >> $config_target_mak
;;
esac
got_cross_cc=yes
fi
if test $got_cross_cc = yes; then
mkdir -p tests/tcg/$target
echo "QEMU=$PWD/$qemu" >> $config_target_mak
echo "EXTRA_CFLAGS=$target_cflags" >> $config_target_mak
echo "run-tcg-tests-$target: $qemu\$(EXESUF)" >> $makefile
tcg_tests_targets="$tcg_tests_targets $target"
fi
done
echo "TCG_TESTS_TARGETS=$tcg_tests_targets" >> $makefile)
if test "$skip_meson" = no; then
cross="config-meson.cross.new"
meson_quote() {
test $# = 0 && return
echo "'$(echo $* | sed "s/ /','/g")'"
}
echo "# Automatically generated by configure - do not modify" > $cross
echo "[properties]" >> $cross
# unroll any custom device configs
for a in $device_archs; do
eval "c=\$devices_${a}"
echo "${a}-softmmu = '$c'" >> $cross
done
test -z "$cxx" && echo "link_language = 'c'" >> $cross
echo "[built-in options]" >> $cross
echo "c_args = [$(meson_quote $CFLAGS $EXTRA_CFLAGS)]" >> $cross
echo "cpp_args = [$(meson_quote $CXXFLAGS $EXTRA_CXXFLAGS)]" >> $cross
test -n "$objcc" && echo "objc_args = [$(meson_quote $OBJCFLAGS $EXTRA_OBJCFLAGS)]" >> $cross
echo "c_link_args = [$(meson_quote $CFLAGS $LDFLAGS $EXTRA_CFLAGS $EXTRA_LDFLAGS)]" >> $cross
echo "cpp_link_args = [$(meson_quote $CXXFLAGS $LDFLAGS $EXTRA_CXXFLAGS $EXTRA_LDFLAGS)]" >> $cross
echo "[binaries]" >> $cross
echo "c = [$(meson_quote $cc $CPU_CFLAGS)]" >> $cross
test -n "$cxx" && echo "cpp = [$(meson_quote $cxx $CPU_CFLAGS)]" >> $cross
test -n "$objcc" && echo "objc = [$(meson_quote $objcc $CPU_CFLAGS)]" >> $cross
echo "ar = [$(meson_quote $ar)]" >> $cross
echo "nm = [$(meson_quote $nm)]" >> $cross
echo "pkgconfig = [$(meson_quote $pkg_config_exe)]" >> $cross
echo "ranlib = [$(meson_quote $ranlib)]" >> $cross
if has $sdl2_config; then
echo "sdl2-config = [$(meson_quote $sdl2_config)]" >> $cross
fi
echo "strip = [$(meson_quote $strip)]" >> $cross
echo "widl = [$(meson_quote $widl)]" >> $cross
echo "windres = [$(meson_quote $windres)]" >> $cross
if test "$cross_compile" = "yes"; then
cross_arg="--cross-file config-meson.cross"
echo "[host_machine]" >> $cross
echo "system = '$targetos'" >> $cross
case "$cpu" in
i386)
echo "cpu_family = 'x86'" >> $cross
;;
*)
echo "cpu_family = '$cpu'" >> $cross
;;
esac
echo "cpu = '$cpu'" >> $cross
if test "$bigendian" = "yes" ; then
echo "endian = 'big'" >> $cross
else
echo "endian = 'little'" >> $cross
fi
else
cross_arg="--native-file config-meson.cross"
fi
mv $cross config-meson.cross
rm -rf meson-private meson-info meson-logs
# Built-in options
test "$bindir" != "bin" && meson_option_add "-Dbindir=$bindir"
test "$default_feature" = no && meson_option_add -Dauto_features=disabled
test "$pie" = no && meson_option_add -Db_pie=false
test "$werror" = yes && meson_option_add -Dwerror=true
# QEMU options
test "$cfi" != false && meson_option_add "-Dcfi=$cfi"
test "$fdt" != auto && meson_option_add "-Dfdt=$fdt"
test -n "${LIB_FUZZING_ENGINE+xxx}" && meson_option_add "-Dfuzzing_engine=$LIB_FUZZING_ENGINE"
test "$qemu_suffix" != qemu && meson_option_add "-Dqemu_suffix=$qemu_suffix"
test "$slirp" != auto && meson_option_add "-Dslirp=$slirp"
test "$smbd" != '' && meson_option_add "-Dsmbd=$smbd"
test "$tcg" != enabled && meson_option_add "-Dtcg=$tcg"
run_meson() {
NINJA=$ninja $meson setup --prefix "$prefix" "$@" $cross_arg "$PWD" "$source_path"
}
eval run_meson $meson_options
if test "$?" -ne 0 ; then
error_exit "meson setup failed"
fi
else
if test -f meson-private/cmd_line.txt; then
# Adjust old command line options whose type was changed
# Avoids having to use "setup --wipe" when Meson is upgraded
perl -i -ne '
s/^gettext = true$/gettext = auto/;
s/^gettext = false$/gettext = disabled/;
/^b_staticpic/ && next;
print;' meson-private/cmd_line.txt
fi
fi
# Save the configure command line for later reuse.
cat <<EOD >config.status
#!/bin/sh
# Generated by configure.
# Run this file to recreate the current configuration.
# Compiler output produced by configure, useful for debugging
# configure, is in config.log if it exists.
EOD
preserve_env() {
envname=$1
eval envval=\$$envname
if test -n "$envval"
then
echo "$envname='$envval'" >> config.status
echo "export $envname" >> config.status
else
echo "unset $envname" >> config.status
fi
}
# Preserve various env variables that influence what
# features/build target configure will detect
preserve_env AR
preserve_env AS
preserve_env CC
preserve_env CFLAGS
preserve_env CXX
preserve_env CXXFLAGS
preserve_env INSTALL
preserve_env LD
preserve_env LDFLAGS
preserve_env LD_LIBRARY_PATH
preserve_env LIBTOOL
preserve_env MAKE
preserve_env NM
preserve_env OBJCOPY
preserve_env PATH
preserve_env PKG_CONFIG
preserve_env PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR
preserve_env PKG_CONFIG_PATH
preserve_env PYTHON
preserve_env SDL2_CONFIG
preserve_env SMBD
preserve_env STRIP
preserve_env WIDL
preserve_env WINDRES
printf "exec" >>config.status
for i in "$0" "$@"; do
test "$i" = --skip-meson || printf " %s" "$(quote_sh "$i")" >>config.status
done
echo ' "$@"' >>config.status
chmod +x config.status
rm -r "$TMPDIR1"