Caldera/SCO targets erroneously limit themselves to 386. See RT#464.
authorAndy Polyakov <appro@openssl.org>
Sat, 18 Jan 2003 15:17:26 +0000 (15:17 +0000)
committerAndy Polyakov <appro@openssl.org>
Sat, 18 Jan 2003 15:17:26 +0000 (15:17 +0000)
config

diff --git a/config b/config
index e72b982..16286a5 100755 (executable)
--- a/config
+++ b/config
@@ -74,34 +74,27 @@ if [ "x$XREL" != "x" ]; then
                echo "whatever-whatever-sco5"; exit 0
                ;;
            4.2MP)
-               if [ "x$VERSION" = "x2.01" ]; then
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware201"; exit 0
-               elif [ "x$VERSION" = "x2.02" ]; then
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware202"; exit 0
-               elif [ "x$VERSION" = "x2.03" ]; then
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware203"; exit 0
-               elif [ "x$VERSION" = "x2.1.1" ]; then
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware211"; exit 0
-               elif [ "x$VERSION" = "x2.1.2" ]; then
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware212"; exit 0
-               elif [ "x$VERSION" = "x2.1.3" ]; then
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware213"; exit 0
-               else
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware2"; exit 0
-               fi
+               case "x${VERSION}" in
+                   x2.0*) echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware20"; exit 0 ;;
+                   x2.1*) echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware21"; exit 0 ;;
+                   x2*)   echo "${MACHINE}-whatever-unixware2";  exit 0 ;;
+               esac
                ;;
            4.2)
                echo "whatever-whatever-unixware1"; exit 0
                ;;
-           OpenUNIX)
-               if [ "`echo x$VERSION | sed -e 's/\..*//'`" = "x8" ]; then
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-unknown-OpenUNIX${VERSION}"; exit 0
-               fi
-               ;;
            5)
-               if [ "`echo x$VERSION | sed -e 's/\..*//'`" = "x7" ]; then
-                   echo "${MACHINE}-sco-unixware7"; exit 0
-               fi
+               case "x${VERSION}" in
+                   # We hardcode i586 in place of ${MACHINE} for the
+                   # following reason. The catch is that even though Pentium
+                   # is minimum requirement for platforms in question,
+                   # ${MACHINE} gets always assigned to i386. Now, problem
+                   # with i386 is that it makes ./config pass 386 to
+                   # ./Configure, which in turn makes make generate
+                   # inefficient SHA-1 (for this moment) code.
+                   x7*)  echo "i586-sco-unixware7";          exit 0 ;;
+                   x8*)  echo "i586-unkn-OpenUNIX${VERSION}; exit 0 ;;
+               esac
                ;;
        esac
     fi