author Laszlo Peter <>
Thu, 08 Sep 2016 17:49:01 -0700
changeset 6869 63619dbf968d
parent 5682 94c0ca64c022
child 6911 7b878dfe6f0d
permissions -rw-r--r--
24611050 warning from when running gmake clobber for neutron merge
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# Copyright (c) 2010, 2015, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

GPATCH =	/usr/gnu/bin/patch
GPATCH_BACKUP =	--backup --version-control=numbered

# Rules for patching source that is downloaded and unpacked or pulled from
# a source repository.  Patches should be named
# patches/{patch-file-name}.patch{version} where {patch-file-name} is a
# meaningful name for the patch contents and {version} corresponds to the
# COMPONENT_NAME{version} of the source to be patched.  Typically, version
# would be something like "_1", "_2", ...  After all {version} patches have
# been applied, a final set of patches without a {version} suffix may be
# applied.
# PATCH_DIR can be overridden to move patches to a different location
# PATCH_PATTERN can be overridden to adjust the patch naming scheme that the
#     build recognizes.
# EXTRA_PATCHES{version} can be defined in the component Makefile to include
#     additional patches.

PATCH_PATTERN ?=	*.patch*

PATCH_DIR ?=		patches
# patches specific to parfait builds.
ifeq   ($(strip $(PARFAIT_BUILD)),yes)

PATCHES =	$(shell find $(PATCH_DIR) $(PARFAIT_PATCH_DIR) -type f \
			 -name '$(PATCH_PATTERN)' 2>/dev/null | \
				LC_COLLATE=C sort)

# Patches for different source tarballs have _X filename extensions to
# match the _X extensions to the COMPONENT_* make variables.  Find these
# extensions, using $(sort) to uniq them to prevent multiple rules from
# getting generated.
PCH_SUFFIXES = $(sort $(patsubst .patch_%,%, $(filter-out .patch,$(suffix $(PATCHES)))))

define patch-rule

ifeq ($(1),_0)
PATCH_PATTERN$(1) ?=	%.patch
PATCHES$(1) = $(filter %.patch,$(PATCHES))
PATCH_PATTERN$(1) ?=	%.patch$(1)
PATCHES$(1) = $(filter %.patch$(1),$(PATCHES))

ifneq ($$(PATCHES$(1)),)
PATCH_STAMPS$(1) += $$(PATCHES$(1):$(PATCH_DIR)/%=$$(SOURCE_DIR$(1))/.patched-%)
ifeq   ($(strip $(PARFAIT_BUILD)),yes)
PATCH_STAMPS$(1) += $$(PATCHES$(1):$(PARFAIT_PATCH_DIR)/%=$$(SOURCE_DIR$(1))/.patched-%)

# We should unpack the source that we patch before we patch it.
$$(PATCH_STAMPS$(1)::	$$(UNPACK_STAMP$(1)) unpack

# Adding MAKEFILE_PREREQ because gmake seems to evaluate the need to patch
# before re-unpacking if the Makefile changed.  The various stamps are
# removed as part of the unpacking process, and it doesn't appear to
# re-evaluate the need for patching.  If we ever move the stamps to the build
# directory, we may not need the dependency any more.
$$(SOURCE_DIR$(1))/.patched-%:	$(PATCH_DIR)/% $(MAKEFILE_PREREQ)
	$(GPATCH) -d $$(@D) $$(GPATCH_FLAGS) < $$<
	$(TOUCH) $$(@)

	$(GPATCH) -d $$(@D) $$(GPATCH_FLAGS) < $$<
	$(TOUCH) $$(@)

$$(SOURCE_DIR$(1))/.patched:	$$(PATCH_STAMPS$(1))
	$(TOUCH) $$(@)

patch::	$$(SOURCE_DIR$(1))/.patched

REQUIRED_PACKAGES += text/gnu-patch


# Define the rules required to download any source archives and augment any
# cleanup macros.
$(foreach suffix, $(PCH_SUFFIXES), $(eval $(call patch-rule,_$(suffix))))
$(eval $(call patch-rule,))	# this must be last so we don't drop *.patch_%.