Simplify the processing of skipped source directories
[openssl.git] / build.info
index a518efe..53629c4 100644 (file)
@@ -1,7 +1,70 @@
-{- use File::Spec::Functions qw/catdir rel2abs/; -}
+# Note that some of these directories are filtered in Configure.  Look for
+# %skipdir there for further explanations.
+SUBDIRS=crypto ssl apps test util tools fuzz engines
+
+{-
+     use File::Spec::Functions;
+
+     our $sover = $config{shlib_version_number};
+     our $sover_filename = $sover;
+     $sover_filename =~ s|\.|_|g
+         if $config{target} =~ /^mingw/ || $config{target} =~ /^VC-/;
+     $sover_filename =
+         sprintf "%02d%02d", split m|\.|, $config{shlib_version_number}
+         if $config{target} =~ /^vms/;
+     "";
+-}
 LIBS=libcrypto libssl
-ORDINALS[libcrypto]=crypto
-ORDINALS[libssl]=ssl
-INCLUDE[libcrypto]={- rel2abs(catdir($builddir,"include")) -} . crypto/include include
-INCLUDE[libssl]={- rel2abs(catdir($builddir,"include")) -} . include
+INCLUDE[libcrypto]=. crypto/include include
+INCLUDE[libssl]=. include
 DEPEND[libssl]=libcrypto
+
+# Empty DEPEND "indices" means the dependencies are expected to be built
+# unconditionally before anything else.
+DEPEND[]=include/openssl/opensslconf.h crypto/include/internal/bn_conf.h \
+         crypto/include/internal/dso_conf.h
+DEPEND[include/openssl/opensslconf.h]=configdata.pm
+GENERATE[include/openssl/opensslconf.h]=include/openssl/opensslconf.h.in
+DEPEND[crypto/include/internal/bn_conf.h]=configdata.pm
+GENERATE[crypto/include/internal/bn_conf.h]=crypto/include/internal/bn_conf.h.in
+DEPEND[crypto/include/internal/dso_conf.h]=configdata.pm
+GENERATE[crypto/include/internal/dso_conf.h]=crypto/include/internal/dso_conf.h.in
+
+IF[{- defined $target{shared_defflag} -}]
+  SHARED_SOURCE[libcrypto]=libcrypto.ld
+  SHARED_SOURCE[libssl]=libssl.ld
+
+  GENERATE[libcrypto.ld]=util/libcrypto.num libcrypto
+  GENERATE[libssl.ld]=util/libssl.num libssl
+ENDIF
+
+IF[{- $config{target} =~ /^(?:Cygwin|mingw|VC-)/ -}]
+  GENERATE[libcrypto.rc]=util/mkrc.pl libcrypto
+  GENERATE[libssl.rc]=util/mkrc.pl libssl
+
+  SHARED_SOURCE[libcrypto]=libcrypto.rc
+  SHARED_SOURCE[libssl]=libssl.rc
+ENDIF
+
+IF[{- $config{target} =~ /^Cygwin/ -}]
+ SHARED_NAME[libcrypto]=cygcrypto-{- $sover_filename -}
+ SHARED_NAME[libssl]=cygssl-{- $sover_filename -}
+ELSIF[{- $config{target} =~ /^mingw/ -}]
+ SHARED_NAME[libcrypto]=libcrypto-{- $sover_filename -}{- $config{target} eq "mingw64" ? "-x64" : "" -}
+ SHARED_NAME[libssl]=libssl-{- $sover_filename -}{- $config{target} eq "mingw64" ? "-x64" : "" -}
+ELSIF[{- $config{target} =~ /^VC-/ -}]
+ SHARED_NAME[libcrypto]=libcrypto-{- $sover_filename -}{- $target{multilib} -}
+ SHARED_NAME[libssl]=libssl-{- $sover_filename -}{- $target{multilib} -}
+ENDIF
+
+# VMS has a cultural standard where all libraries are prefixed.
+# For OpenSSL, the choice is 'ossl$' (this prefix was claimed in a
+# conversation with VSI, Tuesday January 26 2016)
+# Also, it seems it's usual to have the pointer size the libraries
+# were built for as part of the name.
+IF[{- $config{target} =~ /^vms/ -}]
+ RENAME[libcrypto]=ossl$libcrypto{- $target{pointer_size} -}
+ RENAME[libssl]=ossl$libssl{- $target{pointer_size} -}
+ SHARED_NAME[libcrypto]=ossl$libcrypto{- $sover_filename -}_shr{- $target{pointer_size} -}
+ SHARED_NAME[libssl]=ossl$libssl{- $sover_filename -}_shr{- $target{pointer_size} -}
+ENDIF