author Shawn Walker-Salas <>
Wed, 30 Mar 2016 13:33:31 -0700
changeset 5682 94c0ca64c022
parent 4357 417c7cb1b3aa
child 6869 63619dbf968d
permissions -rw-r--r--
15558602 TCL_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS is wrongly defined in 22228656 remove redundant declarations and additions from makefiles 22252545 simplify build rules for components from common upstream 22378457 compiler settings are too specific 22727315 httping curses gui missing 22750630 procmail ignores userland cflags and may use private strstr function 22758725 wdiff uses diff from PATH instead of /usr/gnu/bin/diff 22926847 cloog Makefile typo when setting ASLR_MODE 22935090 tk config script has wrong linker flags
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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)

PCH_SUFFIXES = $(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_%.