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# M4 macros used in building Autoconf test suites.        -*- Autotest -*-

# Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Free Software
# Foundation, Inc.

# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
# any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
# 02110-1301, USA.

m4_version_prereq([2.57])

# Used in many tests.
m4_pattern_allow([^AS_EXIT$])
m4_pattern_allow([^m4_(define|shift)$])

AT_TESTED([autom4te autoconf autoheader autoupdate autoreconf ifnames])


## ---------------- ##
## Utility macros.  ##
## ---------------- ##

# AT_CMP(FILE-1, FILE-2)
# ----------------------
# Check FILE-1 and FILE-2 for equality, like `cmp FILE-1 FILE-2'.
m4_define([AT_CMP],
[m4_ifval([$2],, [m4_fatal([AT_CMP takes two arguments.])])[]dnl
AT_CHECK([$at_diff "$1" "$2"])
])# AT_CMP


## ---------------- ##
## Testing syntax.  ##
## ---------------- ##

# AT_CHECK_SHELL_SYNTAX(PROGRAM)
# ------------------------------
# If the shell handles `-n' well, use it to check the syntax of PROGRAM;
# otherwise, do nothing.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_SHELL_SYNTAX],
[AS_IF([test "$ac_cv_sh_n_works" = yes],
  [AT_CHECK([/bin/sh -n $1])])])

m4_define([AT_CHECK_PERL_SYNTAX],
[AT_CHECK([autom4te_perllibdir=$abs_top_srcdir/lib $PERL -c $abs_top_builddir/bin/$1],
          0, [], [ignore])])

## ------------------ ##
## Testing autom4te.  ##
## ------------------ ##


# AT_CHECK_M4(COMMAND, [EXIT-STATUS = 0], STDOUT, STDERR)
# -------------------------------------------------------
# If stderr is specified, normalize the observed stderr.
# This (using GNU M4 1.4.6 or later)
#
#  /usr/local/bin/m4:script.4s:1: cannot open `foo': No such file or directory
#  autom4te: /usr/local/bin/m4 failed with exit status: 1
#
# or this (GNU M4 1.4 installed as gm4)
#
#  script.4s:1: /usr/local/bin/gm4: Cannot open foo: No such file or directory
#  autom4te: /usr/local/bin/gm4 failed with exit status: 1
#
# becomes
#
#  m4:script.4s:1: cannot open `foo': No such file or directory
#  autom4te: m4 failed with exit status: 1
#
# We use the following sed patterns:
#
#     (m4): ?(file): ?(line):
# or  (file): ?(line): ?(m4):
# to  m4:(file):(line):
#
# and
#     m4:(file):(line): Cannot open foo:
# to  m4:(file):(line): cannot open `foo':
#
# and
#     autom4te: [^ ]m4
# or  autom4te: [^ ]m4.exe
# to  autom4te: m4
#
# Moreover, DJGPP error messages include the error code in brackets;
# remove the error code during normalization.
#
m4_define([AT_CHECK_M4],
[AT_CHECK([$1], [$2], [$3], m4_ifval([$4], [stderr]))
m4_ifval([$4],
[AT_CHECK([[sed 's/^[^:]*m4: *\([^:]*:\) *\([0-9][0-9]*: \)/m4:\1\2/
	s/^\([^:]*:\) *\([0-9][0-9]*:\)[^:]*m4: /m4:\1\2 /
	s/^\(m4:[^:]*:[0-9][0-9]*: \)C\(annot open \)\([^`:]*\):/\1c\2`\3'\'':/
	s/^autom4te: [^ ]*m4 /autom4te: m4 /
	s/^autom4te: [^ ]*m4\.exe /autom4te: m4 /
	s/ (E[A-Z]*)$//
    ' stderr]], [0],[$4])])
])

# AT_CHECK_AUTOM4TE(FLAGS, [EXIT-STATUS = 0], STDOUT, STDERR)
# -----------------------------------------------------------
m4_define([AT_CHECK_AUTOM4TE],
[AT_CHECK_M4([autom4te $1], [$2], [$3], [$4])])



## ----------------- ##
## Testing M4sugar.  ##
## ----------------- ##


# AT_DATA_M4SUGAR(FILE-NAME, CONTENTS)
# ------------------------------------
# Escape the invalid tokens with @&t@.
m4_define([AT_DATA_M4SUGAR],
[AT_DATA([$1],
[m4_bpatsubsts([$2],
	       [@&t@],    [@&@&t@t@],
	       [\(m4\)_], [\1@&t@_],
	       [dnl],     [d@&t@nl])])])


# AT_CHECK_M4SUGAR(FLAGS, [EXIT-STATUS = 0], STDOUT, STDERR)
# ----------------------------------------------------------
m4_define([AT_CHECK_M4SUGAR],
[AT_KEYWORDS([m4sugar])
AT_CHECK_AUTOM4TE([--language=m4sugar script.4s -o script $1],
	           [$2], [$3], [$4])])



## -------------- ##
## Testing M4sh.  ##
## -------------- ##


# AT_DATA_M4SH(FILE-NAME, CONTENTS)
# ---------------------------------
# Escape the invalid tokens with @&t@.
m4_define([AT_DATA_M4SH],
[AT_DATA([$1],
[m4_bpatsubsts([$2],
	       [@&t@],        [@&@&t@t@],
	       [\(m4\|AS\)_], [\1@&t@_],
	       [dnl],         [d@&t@nl])])])


# AT_CHECK_M4SH(FLAGS, [EXIT-STATUS = 0], STDOUT, STDERR)
# -------------------------------------------------------
m4_define([AT_CHECK_M4SH],
[AT_CHECK_AUTOM4TE([--language=m4sh script.as -o script $1],
	           [$2], [$3], [$4])])



## ------------------ ##
## Testing Autoconf.  ##
## ------------------ ##


# AT_DATA_AUTOCONF(FILE-NAME, CONTENTS)
# -------------------------------------
# Escape the invalid tokens with @&t@.
m4_define([AT_DATA_AUTOCONF],
[AT_DATA([$1],
[m4_bpatsubsts([$2],
	       [@&t@],            [@&@&t@t@],
	       [\(m4\|AS\|AC\)_], [\1@&t@_],
	       [dnl],             [d@&t@nl])])])



# AT_CONFIGURE_AC(BODY)
# ---------------------
# Create a full configure.ac running BODY, with a config header set up,
# AC_OUTPUT, and environment checking hooks.
m4_define([AT_CONFIGURE_AC],
[AT_DATA_AUTOCONF([aclocal.m4],
[[
# AC_STATE_SAVE(FILE)
# -------------------
# Save the shell variables and directory listing.  AT_CHECK_ENV uses these to
# confirm that no test modifies variables outside the Autoconf namespace or
# leaves temporary files.  AT_CONFIG_CMP uses the variable dumps to confirm that
# tests have the same side effects regardless of caching.
m4_defun([AC_STATE_SAVE],
[(set) 2>&1 | sort >state-env.$][1
ls -1 | sed '/^at-/d;/^state-/d;/^config\./d' | sort >state-ls.$][1
])# AC_STATE_SAVE
]])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR($top_srcdir/build-aux)
AC_CONFIG_HEADER(config.h:config.hin)
AC_STATE_SAVE(before)]
$1
[AC_OUTPUT
AC_STATE_SAVE(after)
]])
])# AT_CONFIGURE_AC


# AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF(ARGS, [EXIT-STATUS = 0], STDOUT, STDERR)
# ----------------------------------------------------------
# We always use "--force", to prevent problems with timestamps if the testsuite
# were running too fast.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF],
[AT_CHECK_M4([autoconf --force $1], [$2], [$3], [$4])
if test -s configure; then
  AT_CHECK_SHELL_SYNTAX(configure)
fi
])


# AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER(ARGS, [EXIT-STATUS = 0], STDOUT, STDERR)
# ------------------------------------------------------------
m4_define([AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER],
[AT_CHECK([autoheader $1], [$2], [$3], [$4])
])


# AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE(END-COMMAND,
#                    [EXIT-STATUS = 0],
#                    [STDOUT = IGNORE], STDERR)
# --------------------------------------------
# `abs_top_srcdir' is needed so that `./configure' finds install-sh.
# Using --srcdir is more expensive.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE],
[AT_CAPTURE_FILE([config.log])[]dnl
 AT_CHECK([top_srcdir=$abs_top_srcdir ./configure $1],
	  [$2],
	  m4_default([$3], [ignore]), [$4])])


# AT_CHECK_ENV
# ------------
# Check that the full configure run remained in its variable name space,
# and cleaned up tmp files.
#
# Perhaps grep -E is not supported, or perhaps it chokes on such a big regex.
# In this case just don't pay attention to the env.  It would be great
# to keep the error message but we can't: that would break AT_CHECK.
#
# Some tests might exit prematurely when they find a problem, in
# which case `env-after' is probably missing.  Don't check it then.
#
# Here are the variables `configure' may modify during execution:
# - ^as_
#   M4sh's shell name space.
# - ^ac_
#   Autoconf's shell name space.
# - prefix and exec_prefix
#   are kept undefined (NONE) until AC_OUTPUT which then sets them to
#   `/usr/local' and `${prefix}' for make.
# - (host|build|target)(_(alias|cpu|vendor|os))?
#   Set by AC_CANONICAL_(HOST|BUILD|TARGET).
# - cross_compiling
#   Set by AC_INIT.
# - interpval
#   Set by AC_SYS_INTERPRETER.
# - CONFIG_STATUS and DEFS
#   Set by AC_OUTPUT.
# - AC_SUBST'ed variables
#   (FIXME: Generate a list of these automatically.)
# - _|@|.[*#?$].|LINENO|OLDPWD|PIPESTATUS|RANDOM|SECONDS
#   Some variables some shells use and change.
#   `.[*#?$].' catches `$#' etc. which are displayed like this:
#      | '!'=18186
#      | '#'=0
#      | '$'=6908
#
m4_define([AT_CHECK_ENV],
[# Compare directory listings.
test -f state-ls.before ||
  AS_ERROR([state-ls.before not present])
test -f state-ls.after && { AT_CMP([state-ls.before], [state-ls.after]) }
# Compare variable space dumps.
if test -f state-env.before && test -f state-env.after; then
  for act_file in state-env.before state-env.after
  do
    $EGREP -v '^(m4_join([|],
      [a[cs]_.*],
      [(exec_)?prefix|DEFS|CONFIG_STATUS],
      [CC|CFLAGS|CPP|GCC|CXX|CXXFLAGS|CXXCPP|GXX|F77|FFLAGS|FLIBS|G77],
      [ERL|ERLC|ERLCFLAGS|ERLANG_PATH_ERL|ERLANG_ROOT_DIR|ERLANG_LIB_DIR],
      [ERLANG_INSTALL_LIB_DIR|OBJC|OBJCPP|OBJCFLAGS],
      [LIBS|LIB@&t@OBJS|LTLIBOBJS|LDFLAGS],
      [INSTALL(_(DATA|PROGRAM|SCRIPT))?],
      [CYGWIN|ISC|MINGW32|MINIX|EMXOS2|XENIX|EXEEXT|OBJEXT],
      [X_(CFLAGS|(EXTRA_|PRE_)?LIBS)|x_(includes|libraries)|(have|no)_x],
      [(host|build|target)(_(alias|cpu|vendor|os))?],
      [cross_compiling],
      [interpval|PATH_SEPARATOR],
      [F77_DUMMY_MAIN|f77_(case|underscore)],
      [FC(_DUMMY_MAIN|FLAGS|LIBS|FLAGS_f)?],
      [ALLOCA|GETLOADAVG_LIBS|KMEM_GROUP|NEED_SETGID|POW_LIB],
      [AWK|LEX|LEXLIB|LEX_OUTPUT_ROOT|LN_S|M4|MKDIR_P|RANLIB|SET_MAKE|YACC],
      [GREP|[EF]GREP|SED],
      [[_@]|.[*#?$].|LINENO|OLDPWD|PIPESTATUS|RANDOM|SECONDS]))=' \
     $act_file 2>/dev/null |
      # There may be variables spread on several lines; remove latter lines.
      $GREP '^m4_defn([m4_re_word])=' >clean-$act_file
  done
  AT_CMP([clean-state-env.before], [clean-state-env.after])
fi
])


# AT_CONFIG_CMP(VAR-FILE-A, VAR-FILE-B)
# -------------------------------------
# Check the outcomes of two configure runs for equality by comparing dumps of
# their shell variables.  VAR-FILE-A and VAR-FILE-B are two `set'-style shell
# variable space dumps.
#
# We permit variance between runs in the following shell variables:
# - ^as_
#   M4sh's shell name space.
# - ^ac_, excluding ^ac_cv_
#   Autoconf's private shell name space.
# - PPID [bash, zsh]
# - RANDOM [zsh]
# - SECONDS [zsh]
# - '$' [zsh]
#
# Furthermore, it is okay for a non-cache variable initialized to empty in one
# run to be unset in another run.  This happens when, for example, cache update
# code tries a number of values in LIBS and eventually restores LIBS to its
# original value. If LIBS was previously unset, it will have become set and
# empty.  (OTOH, cache variables indicate the result of the test even if they
# are empty, so we have to be strict about them.)
#
# Lines that do not look like `foo=bar' are probably latter lines of
# multiline values; trim them.
#
m4_define([AT_CONFIG_CMP],
[for act_file in $1 $2
do
  $SED '/^ac_cv_/ b
	/^m4_defn([m4_re_word])=./ !d
	/^[[^=]]*='\'''\''$/ d
	/^a[[cs]]_/ d
	/^PPID=/ d
	/^RANDOM=/ d
	/^SECONDS=/ d
	/'\'\\\$\''=/ d
	' $act_file >at_config_vars-$act_file
done
AT_CMP([at_config_vars-$1], [at_config_vars-$2])[]dnl
])# AT_CONFIG_CMP


# AT_CHECK_DEFINES(CONTENT)
# -------------------------
# Verify that config.h, once stripped, is CONTENT.
# Stripping consists of keeping CPP lines (i.e. containing a hash),
# but those of automatically checked features (STDC_HEADERS etc.)
# and symbols (PACKAGE_...).
# AT_CHECK_HEADER is a better name, but too close from AC_CHECK_HEADER.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_DEFINES],
[AT_CHECK([[sed '/#/!d
/INTTYPES/d
/MEMORY/d
/PACKAGE_/d
/STDC_HEADERS/d
/STDINT/d
/STDLIB/d
/STRING/d
/SYS_STAT/d
/SYS_TYPES/d
/UNISTD/d' config.h]],,
	  [$1])])


# AT_CHECK_AUTOUPDATE
# -------------------
m4_define([AT_CHECK_AUTOUPDATE],
[AT_CHECK([autoupdate $1], [$2], [$3], [$4])
])


# _AT_CHECK_AC_MACRO(AC-BODY, PRE-TESTS)
# --------------------------------------
# Create a minimalist configure.ac running the macro named
# NAME-OF-THE-MACRO, check that autoconf runs on that script,
# and that the shell runs correctly the configure.
m4_define([_AT_CHECK_AC_MACRO],
[AT_CONFIGURE_AC([$1])
$2
AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK_ENV
])# _AT_CHECK_AC_MACRO


# AT_CHECK_MACRO(MACRO, [MACRO-USE], [ADDITIONAL-CMDS],
#                [AUTOCONF-FLAGS = -W obsolete])
# -----------------------------------------------------
# Create a minimalist configure.ac running the macro named
# NAME-OF-THE-MACRO, check that autoconf runs on that script,
# and that the shell runs correctly the configure.
#
# We run `configure' twice, both times with a cache, and compare
# the environment after each run to detect inconsistencies.
#
# New macros are not expected to depend upon obsolete macros.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_MACRO],
[AT_SETUP([$1])

AT_CONFIGURE_AC([m4_default([$2], [$1])])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF([m4_default([$4], [-W obsolete])])
AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER

for at_run in r1 r2
do
    AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([-C])
    cp -f state-env.after state-env.$at_run
    cp -f config.h config-h.$at_run
    AT_CHECK_ENV
done

AT_CMP([config-h.r1], [config-h.r2])
AT_CONFIG_CMP([state-env.r1], [state-env.r2])

$3

AT_CLEANUP()dnl
])# AT_CHECK_MACRO


# AT_CHECK_MACRO_CROSS(MACRO, [MACRO-USE], [ADDITIONAL-CMDS],
#                      [AUTOCONF-FLAGS = -W obsolete])
# -----------------------------------------------------------
# Like the previous one, but creates two checks: for native
# compile and for cross-compile.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_MACRO_CROSS],
[AT_CHECK_MACRO($@)
AT_CHECK_MACRO([$1 (cross compile)],
  [AT_KEYWORDS([cross])
  # Exercise the code used when cross-compiling.
  cross_compiling=yes
  ac_tool_warned=yes
  m4_default([$2], [$1])],
  [$3], [$4])
])


# AT_CHECK_AU_MACRO(MACRO)
# ------------------------
# Create a minimalist configure.ac running the macro named
# NAME-OF-THE-MACRO, autoupdate this script, check that autoconf runs
# on that script, and that the shell runs correctly the configure.
#
# Updated configure.ac shall not depend upon obsolete macros, which votes
# in favor of `-W obsolete', but since many of these macros leave a message
# to be removed by the user once her code is adjusted, let's not check.
#
# Remove config.hin to avoid `autoheader: config.hin is unchanged'.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_AU_MACRO],
[AT_SETUP([$1])
AT_KEYWORDS([autoupdate])

AT_CONFIGURE_AC([$1])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK_ENV

rm config.hin
AT_CHECK_AUTOUPDATE([], 0, [], ignore)
AT_CHECK([grep '^$1$' configure.ac], 1)

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK_ENV

AT_CLEANUP()dnl
])# AT_CHECK_AU_MACRO



## ----------------------- ##
## Launch the test suite.  ##
## ----------------------- ##

AT_INIT
AT_COPYRIGHT(
[Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Free Software
Foundation, Inc.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO
warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.])