author Mike Sullivan <Mike.Sullivan@Oracle.COM>
Fri, 07 Apr 2017 17:56:36 -0700
changeset 7851 f82a18f72950
parent 6911 7b878dfe6f0d
permissions -rw-r--r--
Close of build 122.
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FETCH =		$(WS_TOOLS)/userland-fetch

# Anything that we download must have a COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_URL{_[0-9]+} macro
# that tells us where the canonical source for the archive can be found.  The
# macro for the first archive is typically un-suffixed.  By convention,
# subsequent archives will include a _[0-9]+ in the macro name.  This allows
# an arbitrary number of archives to be downloaded for a particular component
# Makefile.  It is also important to note that there is a corresponding
# COMPONENT_ARCHIVE macro defining a local file name for the archive, and
# optional COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_HASH and COMPONENT_SIG_URL containing a hash of
# the file and signature for verification of its contents.

# Filter out any suffixes which correspond to auto-generated github archive
# URLs (see for the definition of GITHUB_ARCHIVE_SUFFIXES).  If
# the primary archive shouldn't be processed here, we check for it before
# evaling.

# Templates for download variables and rules.  We separate the variable
# assignments from the rules so that all the variable assignments are given a
# chance to complete before those variables are used in targets or
# prerequisites, where they'll be expanded immediately.  Use ifneq/origin
# instead of ifdef due to GNU Make bug 49093.
define download-variables
ifneq "$(origin COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_URL$(1))" "undefined"

define download-rules
ifneq "$(origin COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_URL$(1))" "undefined"

	$$(FETCH) --file [email protected] \
		$$(COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_URL$(1):%=--url %) \
		$$(COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_HASH$(1):%=--hash %) \
		$$(COMPONENT_SIG_URL$(1):%=--sigurl %)
	$$(TOUCH) [email protected]

REQUIRED_PACKAGES += runtime/python-27


# Evaluate the variable assignments immediately.  If we're pulling the main
# (unsuffixed) archive from github, gia, then skip doing that here.
# Use $(if) instead of ifeq() because the latter is evaluated immediately.
$(if $(findstring __BLANK__,$(GITHUB_ARCHIVE_SUFFIXES)),,$(eval $(call download-variables,)))
$(foreach suffix, $(URL_SUFFIXES), $(eval $(call download-variables,_$(suffix))))

# Put the rule evaluations in a variable for deferred evaluation.
define eval-download-rules
$(if $(findstring __BLANK__,$(GITHUB_ARCHIVE_SUFFIXES)),,$(eval $(call download-rules,)))
$(foreach suffix, $(URL_SUFFIXES), $(eval $(call download-rules,_$(suffix))))

# Needed for signature validation of downloads
REQUIRED_PACKAGES += crypto/gnupg