Let GHC know MutVar# ops can't fail
[ghc.git] / aclocal.m4
index 1c9c49f..3337215 100644 (file)
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([GHC_SELECT_FILE_EXTENSIONS],
     x86_64-apple-darwin)
         $3='.dylib'
         ;;
-    arm-apple-darwin10|i386-apple-darwin11|aarch64-apple-darwin14)
+    arm-apple-darwin10|i386-apple-darwin11|aarch64-apple-darwin14|x86_64-apple-darwin14)
         $2='.a'
         $3='.dylib'
         ;;
@@ -458,50 +458,65 @@ AC_DEFUN([GET_ARM_ISA],
 # Set the variables used in the settings file
 AC_DEFUN([FP_SETTINGS],
 [
-    if test "$windows" = YES
+    SettingsCCompilerCommand="$CC"
+    SettingsHaskellCPPCommand="$HaskellCPPCmd"
+    SettingsHaskellCPPFlags="$HaskellCPPArgs"
+    SettingsLdCommand="$LdCmd"
+    SettingsArCommand="$ArCmd"
+    SettingsPerlCommand="$PerlCmd"
+
+    if test -z "$DllWrap"
     then
-        mingw_bin_prefix=mingw/bin/
-        SettingsCCompilerCommand="\$topdir/../${mingw_bin_prefix}gcc.exe"
-        SettingsHaskellCPPCommand="\$topdir/../${mingw_bin_prefix}gcc.exe"
-        SettingsHaskellCPPFlags="$HaskellCPPArgs"
-        SettingsLdCommand="\$topdir/../${mingw_bin_prefix}ld.exe"
-        SettingsArCommand="\$topdir/../${mingw_bin_prefix}ar.exe"
-        SettingsPerlCommand='$topdir/../perl/perl.exe'
-        SettingsDllWrapCommand="\$topdir/../${mingw_bin_prefix}dllwrap.exe"
-        SettingsWindresCommand="\$topdir/../${mingw_bin_prefix}windres.exe"
-        SettingsTouchCommand='$topdir/bin/touchy.exe'
-    else
-        SettingsCCompilerCommand="$CC"
-        SettingsHaskellCPPCommand="$HaskellCPPCmd"
-        SettingsHaskellCPPFlags="$HaskellCPPArgs"
-        SettingsLdCommand="$LdCmd"
-        SettingsArCommand="$ArCmd"
-        SettingsPerlCommand="$PerlCmd"
         SettingsDllWrapCommand="/bin/false"
+    else
+        SettingsDllWrapCommand="$DllWrap"
+    fi
+
+    if test -z "$Windres"
+    then
         SettingsWindresCommand="/bin/false"
+    else
+        SettingsWindresCommand="$Windres"
+    fi
+
+    if test -z "$Libtool"
+    then
         SettingsLibtoolCommand="libtool"
+    else
+        SettingsLibtoolCommand="$Libtool"
+    fi
+
+    if test -z "$Touch"
+    then
         SettingsTouchCommand='touch'
+    else
+        SettingsTouchCommand='$Touch'
     fi
+
     if test -z "$LlcCmd"
     then
       SettingsLlcCommand="llc"
     else
       SettingsLlcCommand="$LlcCmd"
     fi
+
     if test -z "$OptCmd"
     then
       SettingsOptCommand="opt"
     else
       SettingsOptCommand="$OptCmd"
     fi
+
     SettingsCCompilerFlags="$CONF_CC_OPTS_STAGE2"
     SettingsCCompilerLinkFlags="$CONF_GCC_LINKER_OPTS_STAGE2"
+    SettingsCCompilerSupportsNoPie="$CONF_GCC_SUPPORTS_NO_PIE"
     SettingsLdFlags="$CONF_LD_LINKER_OPTS_STAGE2"
     AC_SUBST(SettingsCCompilerCommand)
     AC_SUBST(SettingsHaskellCPPCommand)
     AC_SUBST(SettingsHaskellCPPFlags)
     AC_SUBST(SettingsCCompilerFlags)
     AC_SUBST(SettingsCCompilerLinkFlags)
+    AC_SUBST(SettingsCCompilerSupportsNoPie)
     AC_SUBST(SettingsLdCommand)
     AC_SUBST(SettingsLdFlags)
     AC_SUBST(SettingsArCommand)
@@ -640,6 +655,13 @@ AC_DEFUN([FPTOOLS_SET_C_LD_FLAGS],
         $5="$$5 -D_THREAD_SAFE"
         ;;
 
+    x86_64-*-openbsd*)
+        # We need -z wxneeded at least to link ghc-stage2 to workaround
+        # W^X issue in GHCi on OpenBSD current (as of Aug 2016)
+        $3="$$3 -Wl,-z,wxneeded"
+        $4="$$4 -z wxneeded"
+        ;;
+
     esac
 
     # If gcc knows about the stack protector, turn it off.
@@ -1034,15 +1056,14 @@ AC_SUBST([LdHasBuildId])
 # -----------------
 # Sets the output variable LdIsGNULd to YES or NO, depending on whether it is
 # GNU ld or not.
-AC_DEFUN([FP_PROG_LD_IS_GNU],
-[
+AC_DEFUN([FP_PROG_LD_IS_GNU],[
 AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether ld is GNU ld], [fp_cv_gnu_ld],
-[if ${LdCmd} --version 2> /dev/null | grep "GNU" > /dev/null 2>&1; then
-  fp_cv_gnu_ld=yes
+[[if ${LdCmd} --version 2> /dev/null | grep "GNU" > /dev/null 2>&1; then
+  fp_cv_gnu_ld=YES
 else
-  fp_cv_gnu_ld=no
-fi])
-AC_SUBST([LdIsGNULd], [`echo $fp_cv_gnu_ld | sed 'y/yesno/YESNO/'`])
+  fp_cv_gnu_ld=NO
+fi]])
+AC_SUBST([LdIsGNULd],["$fp_cv_gnu_ld"])
 ])# FP_PROG_LD_IS_GNU
 
 
@@ -1252,6 +1273,7 @@ then
   AC_MSG_ERROR([gcc is required])
 fi
 GccLT34=NO
+GccLT44=NO
 GccLT46=NO
 AC_CACHE_CHECK([version of gcc], [fp_cv_gcc_version],
 [
@@ -1262,10 +1284,12 @@ AC_CACHE_CHECK([version of gcc], [fp_cv_gcc_version],
     # isn't a very good reason for that, but for now just make configure
     # fail.
     FP_COMPARE_VERSIONS([$fp_cv_gcc_version], [-lt], [3.4], GccLT34=YES)
+    FP_COMPARE_VERSIONS([$fp_cv_gcc_version], [-lt], [4.4], GccLT44=YES)
     FP_COMPARE_VERSIONS([$fp_cv_gcc_version], [-lt], [4.6], GccLT46=YES)
 ])
 AC_SUBST([GccVersion], [$fp_cv_gcc_version])
 AC_SUBST(GccLT34)
+AC_SUBST(GccLT44)
 AC_SUBST(GccLT46)
 ])# FP_GCC_VERSION
 
@@ -1299,6 +1323,26 @@ AC_SUBST(GccIsClang)
 rm -f conftest.txt
 ])
 
+# FP_GCC_SUPPORTS_NO_PIE
+# ----------------------
+# Does gcc support the -no-pie option? If so we should pass it to gcc when
+# joining objects since -pie may be enabled by default.
+AC_DEFUN([FP_GCC_SUPPORTS_NO_PIE],
+[
+   AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])
+   AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether GCC supports -no-pie])
+   echo 'int main() { return 0; }' > conftest.c
+   # Some GCC versions only warn when passed an unrecognized flag.
+   if $CC -no-pie -x c /dev/null -dM -E > conftest.txt 2>&1 && ! grep -i unrecognized conftest.txt > /dev/null 2>&1; then
+       CONF_GCC_SUPPORTS_NO_PIE=YES
+       AC_MSG_RESULT([yes])
+   else
+       CONF_GCC_SUPPORTS_NO_PIE=NO
+       AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
+   fi
+   rm -f conftest.c conftest.o conftest
+])
+
 dnl Small feature test for perl version. Assumes PerlCmd
 dnl contains path to perl binary.
 dnl
@@ -1920,7 +1964,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([GHC_CONVERT_VENDOR],[
 # converts os from gnu to ghc naming, and assigns the result to $target_var
 AC_DEFUN([GHC_CONVERT_OS],[
 case "$1-$2" in
-  darwin10-arm|darwin11-i386|darwin14-aarch64)
+  darwin10-arm|darwin11-i386|darwin14-aarch64|darwin14-x86_64)
     $3="ios"
     ;;
   *)
@@ -2090,7 +2134,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([MAYBE_OVERRIDE_STAGE0],[
 # sets CPP command and its arguments
 #
 # $1 = the variable to set to CPP command
-# $2 = the varibale to set to CPP command arguments
+# $2 = the variable to set to CPP command arguments
 
 AC_DEFUN([FP_CPP_CMD_WITH_ARGS],[
 dnl ** what cpp to use?