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Mon Aug 28 20:22:20 2006 UTC (8 years, 2 months ago) by mcummings
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added pm_echovar "support"

1 # Copyright 1999-2004 Gentoo Foundation
2 # Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
3 # $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/eclass/perl-module.eclass,v 1.100 2006/08/06 03:46:21 mcummings Exp $
4 #
5 # Author: Seemant Kulleen <seemant@gentoo.org>
6 # Maintained by the Perl herd <perl@gentoo.org>
7 #
8 # The perl-module eclass is designed to allow easier installation of perl
9 # modules, and their incorporation into the Gentoo Linux system.
10
11
12 EXPORT_FUNCTIONS pkg_setup pkg_preinst pkg_postinst pkg_prerm pkg_postrm src_compile src_install src_test
13
14 # 2005.04.28 mcummings
15 # Mounting problems with src_test functions has forced me to make the
16 # compilation of perl modules honor the FEATURES maketest flag rather than what
17 # is generally necessary. I've left a block to make sure we still need to set
18 # the SRC_TEST="do" flag on the suspicion that otherwise we will face 10 times
19 # as many bug reports as we have lately.
20
21 # 2004.05.10 rac
22 # block on makemaker versions earlier than that in the 5.8.2 core. in
23 # actuality, this should be handled in the perl ebuild, so every perl
24 # ebuild should block versions of MakeMaker older than the one it
25 # carries. in the meantime, since we have dumped support for MakeMaker
26 # <6.11 and the associated broken DESTDIR handling, block here to save
27 # people from sandbox trouble.
28 #
29 # 2004.05.25 rac
30 # for the same reasons, make the perl dep >=5.8.2 to get everybody
31 # with 5.8.0 and its 6.03 makemaker up to a version that can
32 # understand DESTDIR
33 #
34 # 2004.10.01 mcummings
35 # noticed a discrepancy in how we were sed fixing references to ${D}
36 #
37 # 2005.03.14 mcummings
38 # Updated eclass to include a specific function for dealing with perlocal.pods -
39 # this should avoid the conflicts we've been running into with the introduction
40 # of file collision features by giving us a single exportable function to deal
41 # with the pods. Modifications to the eclass provided by Yaakov S
42 # <yselkowitz@hotmail.com> in bug 83622
43 #
44 # <later the same day>
45 # The long awaited (by me) fix for automagically detecting and dealing
46 # with module-build dependancies. I've chosen not to make it a default dep since
47 # this adds overhead to people that might not otherwise need it, and instead
48 # modified the eclass to detect the existence of a Build.PL and behave
49 # accordingly. This will fix issues with g-cpan builds that needs module-build
50 # support, as well as get rid of the (annoying) style=builder vars. I know of
51 # only one module that needed to be hacked for this, Class-MethodMaker-2.05, but
52 # that module has a bad Build.PL to begin with. Ebuilds should continue to
53 # DEPEND on module-build<-version> as needed, but there should be no need for
54 # the style directive any more (especially since it isn't in the eclass
55 # anymore). Enjoy!
56 #
57 # 2005.07.18 mcummings
58 # Fix for proper handling of $mydoc - thanks to stkn for noticing we were
59 # bombing out there
60 #
61 # 2005.07.19 mcummings
62 # Providing an override var for the use of Module::Build. While it is being
63 # incorporated in more and more modules, not all module authors have working
64 # Build.PL's in place. The override is to allow for a fallback to the "classic"
65 # Makfile.PL - example is Class::MethodMaker, which provides a Build.PL that is
66 # severely broken.
67 #
68 # 2006.02.11 mcummings
69 # Per a conversation with solar, adding a change to the dep/rdep lines for
70 # minimal. Should fix bug 68367 and bug 83622, as well as other embedded builds
71 # that use perl components without providing perl
72 #
73 # 2006.06.13 mcummings
74 # I've reordered and extended the logic on when to invoke module-build versus
75 # MakeMaker. The problem that has arisen is that some modules provide a
76 # Makefile.PL that passes all arguments on to a Build.PL - including PREFIX,
77 # which causes module-build to build with a target of /usr/usr/
78 # (how broken is that?). Current logic is if there is a Build.PL and we aren't
79 # overriding, use it; otherwise use the Makefile.PL; otherwise return (maybe we
80 # want all the functionality of the perl-module eclass without needing to
81 # compile??).
82
83
84 SRC_PREP="no"
85 SRC_TEST="skip"
86 PREFER_BUILDPL="yes"
87
88 PERL_VERSION=""
89 SITE_ARCH=""
90 SITE_LIB=""
91 VENDOR_LIB=""
92 VENDOR_ARCH=""
93 ARCH_LIB=""
94 POD_DIR=""
95 BUILDER_VER=""
96 pm_echovar=""
97
98 perl-module_src_prep() {
99
100 perlinfo
101
102 export PERL_MM_USE_DEFAULT=1
103 # Disable ExtUtils::AutoInstall from prompting
104 export PERL_EXTUTILS_AUTOINSTALL="--skipdeps"
105
106
107 SRC_PREP="yes"
108 pwd
109 if [ "${PREFER_BUILDPL}" == "yes" ] && ( [ -f Build.PL ] || [ ${PN} == "module-build" ] ); then
110 einfo "Using Module::Build"
111 echo "$pm_echovar" | perl Build.PL --installdirs=vendor --destdir=${D} --libdoc= || die "Unable to build! (are you using USE=\"build\"?)"
112 elif [ -f Makefile.PL ] && [ ! ${PN} == "module-build" ]; then
113 einfo "Using ExtUtils::MakeMaker"
114 echo "$pm_echovar" | perl Makefile.PL ${myconf} INSTALLMAN3DIR='none'\
115 PREFIX=/usr INSTALLDIRS=vendor DESTDIR=${D} || die "Unable to build! (are you using USE=\"build\"?)"
116 fi
117 if [ ! -f Build.PL ] && [ ! -f Makefile.PL ]; then
118 einfo "No Make or Build file detected..."
119 return
120 fi
121 }
122
123 perl-module_src_compile() {
124
125 perlinfo
126 [ "${SRC_PREP}" != "yes" ] && perl-module_src_prep
127 if [ -f Makefile ]; then
128 make ${mymake} || die "compilation failed"
129 elif [ -f Build ]; then
130 perl Build build || die "compilation failed"
131 fi
132
133 }
134
135 perl-module_src_test() {
136 if [ "${SRC_TEST}" == "do" ]; then
137 perlinfo
138 if [ -f Makefile ]; then
139 make test || die "test failed"
140 elif [ -f Build ]; then
141 perl Build test || die "test failed"
142 fi
143 fi
144 }
145
146 perl-module_src_install() {
147
148 perlinfo
149
150 test -z ${mytargets} && mytargets="install"
151
152 if [ -f Makefile ]; then
153 make ${myinst} ${mytargets} || die
154 elif [ -f Build ]; then
155 perl ${S}/Build install
156 fi
157
158
159 einfo "Cleaning out stray man files"
160 for FILE in `find ${D} -type f -name "*.3pm*"`; do
161 rm -rf ${FILE}
162 done
163 find ${D}/usr/share/man -depth -type d 2>/dev/null | xargs -r rmdir 2>/dev/null
164
165 fixlocalpod
166
167 for FILE in `find ${D} -type f |grep -v '.so'`; do
168 STAT=`file $FILE| grep -i " text"`
169 if [ "${STAT}x" != "x" ]; then
170 sed -i -e "s:${D}:/:g" ${FILE}
171 fi
172 done
173
174 for doc in Change* MANIFEST* README* ${mydoc}; do
175 [ -s "$doc" ] && dodoc $doc
176 done
177 }
178
179
180 perl-module_pkg_setup() {
181
182 perlinfo
183 }
184
185
186 perl-module_pkg_preinst() {
187
188 perlinfo
189 }
190
191 perl-module_pkg_postinst() {
192
193 einfo "Man pages are not installed for most modules now."
194 einfo "Please use perldoc instead."
195 updatepod
196 }
197
198 perl-module_pkg_prerm() {
199
200 updatepod
201 }
202
203 perl-module_pkg_postrm() {
204
205 updatepod
206 }
207
208 perlinfo() {
209
210 local version
211 eval `perl '-V:version'`
212 PERL_VERSION=${version}
213
214 local installsitearch
215 eval `perl '-V:installsitearch'`
216 SITE_ARCH=${installsitearch}
217
218 local installsitelib
219 eval `perl '-V:installsitelib'`
220 SITE_LIB=${installsitelib}
221
222 local installarchlib
223 eval `perl '-V:installarchlib'`
224 ARCH_LIB=${installarchlib}
225
226 local installvendorlib
227 eval `perl '-V:installvendorlib'`
228 VENDOR_LIB=${installvendorlib}
229
230 local installvendorarch
231 eval `perl '-V:installvendorarch'`
232 VENDOR_ARCH=${installvendorarch}
233
234 if [ "${PREFER_BUILDPL}" == "yes" ]; then
235 if [ ! -f ${S}/Makefile.PL ] || [ ${PN} == "module-build" ]; then
236 if [ -f ${S}/Build.PL ]; then
237 if [ ${PN} == "module-build" ]; then
238 BUILDER_VER="1" # A bootstrapping if you will
239 else
240 BUILDER_VER=`perl -MModule::Build -e 'print "$Module::Build::VERSION;"' `
241 fi
242 fi
243 fi
244 fi
245
246 if [ -f /usr/bin/perl ]
247 then
248 POD_DIR="/usr/share/perl/gentoo-pods/${version}"
249 fi
250 }
251
252 fixlocalpod() {
253 perlinfo
254
255 if [ -f ${D}${ARCH_LIB}/perllocal.pod ];
256 then
257 rm -f ${D}/${ARCH_LIB}/perllocal.pod
258 fi
259
260 if [ -f ${D}${SITE_LIB}/perllocal.pod ];
261 then
262 rm -f ${D}/${SITE_LIB}/perllocal.pod
263 fi
264
265 if [ -f ${D}${VENDOR_LIB}/perllocal.pod ];
266 then
267 rm -f ${D}/${VENDOR_LIB}/perllocal.pod
268 fi
269 }
270
271 updatepod() {
272 perlinfo
273
274 if [ -d "${POD_DIR}" ]
275 then
276 for FILE in `find ${POD_DIR} -type f -name "*.pod.arch"`; do
277 cat ${FILE} >> ${ARCH_LIB}/perllocal.pod
278 rm -f ${FILE}
279 done
280 for FILE in `find ${POD_DIR} -type f -name "*.pod.site"`; do
281 cat ${FILE} >> ${SITE_LIB}/perllocal.pod
282 rm -f ${FILE}
283 done
284 for FILE in `find ${POD_DIR} -type f -name "*.pod.vendor"`; do
285 cat ${FILE} >> ${VENDOR_LIB}/perllocal.pod
286 rm -f ${FILE}
287 done
288 fi
289 }

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