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#!/bin/sh
# genscripts.sh - generate the ld-emulation-target specific files
# Copyright (C) 2004-2018 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is part of the Gnu Linker.
#
# 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 3, 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 GLD; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the Free
# Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
# 02110-1301, USA.
#
# Usage: genscripts_extra.sh \
#          srcdir \
#          libdir \
#          prefix \
#          exec_prefix \
#          host \
#          target \
#          target_alias \
#          default_emulation \
#          native_lib_dirs \
#          use_sysroot \
#          enable_initfini_array \
#          this_emulation \
# optional:
#          tool_dir
#
# Sample usage:
#
#   genscripts_extra.sh \
#    /sources/ld \
#    /usr/local/lib \
#    /usr/local \
#    /usr/local \
#    sparc-sun-sunos4.1.3 \
#    sparc-sun-sunos4.1.3 \
#    sparc-sun-sunos4.1.3 \
#    sun4 \
#    "" \
#    no \
#    sun3 \
#    sparc-sun-sunos4.1.3 \
#    sparc.sh
#
# produces the linker scripts:
#
#   sun3.x       [default linker script]
#   sun3.xbn     [used when the linker is invoked with "-N"]
#   sun3.xn      [used when the linker is invoked with "-n"]
#   sun3.xr      [used when the linker is invoked with "-r"]
#   sun3.xu      [used when the linker is invoked with "-Ur"]
# and maybe:
#   sun3.xc      [used when the linker is invoked with "-z combreloc"]
#   sun3.xsc     [used when the linker is invoked with "--shared"]
#   sun3.xdc     [used when the linker is invoked with "-pie"]
#   sun3.xa      [used when the linker is invoked with "--enable-auto-import"]
#
# It also produced the C source file:
#
#   em_sun3.c
#
# which is then compiled into the linker.
#
# The linker scripts are created by running the shell script
# /sources/ld/emulparams/sparc.sh to set the value of ${SCRIPT_NAME}
# (and any other variables it wants to).  ${SCRIPT_NAME} is then
# invoked with a variable called ${LD_FLAG} to tell it which version
# of the linker script to create.


srcdir=$1
libdir=$2
prefix=$3
exec_prefix=$4
host=$5
target=$6
target_alias=$7
EMULATION_LIBPATH=$8
NATIVE_LIB_DIRS=$9
shift 9
use_sysroot=$1
ENABLE_INITFINI_ARRAY=$2
EMULATION_NAME=$3
TOOL_LIB=$4

# Include the emulation-specific parameters:
CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT="${srcdir}/emulparams/${EMULATION_NAME}.sh"
. ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}

if test -d ldscripts; then
  true
else
  mkdir ldscripts
fi

# Set some flags for the emultempl scripts.  USE_LIBPATH will
# be set for any libpath-using emulation; NATIVE will be set for a
# libpath-using emulation where ${host} = ${target}.  NATIVE
# may already have been set by the emulparams file, but that's OK
# (it'll just get set to "yes" twice).

case " $EMULATION_LIBPATH " in
  *" ${EMULATION_NAME} "*)
    if [ "x${host}" = "x${target}" ] ; then
      NATIVE=yes
      USE_LIBPATH=yes
    elif [ "x${use_sysroot}" = "xyes" ] ; then
      USE_LIBPATH=yes
    fi
    ;;
esac

# If the emulparams file sets NATIVE, make sure USE_LIBPATH is set also.
if test "x$NATIVE" = "xyes" ; then
  USE_LIBPATH=yes
fi

# Set the library search path, for libraries named by -lfoo.
# If LIB_PATH is defined (e.g., by Makefile) and non-empty, it is used.
# Otherwise, the default is set here.
#
# The format is the usual list of colon-separated directories.
# To force a logically empty LIB_PATH, do LIBPATH=":".
#
# If we are using a sysroot, prefix library paths with "=" to indicate this.
#
# If the emulparams file set LIBPATH_SUFFIX, prepend an extra copy of
# the library path with the suffix applied.

# Paths with LIBPATH_SUFFIX
lib_path1=
# Paths without LIBPATH_SUFFIX
lib_path2=
if [ "${LIB_PATH}" != ":" ] ; then
  lib_path2=${LIB_PATH}
fi

# Add args to lib_path1 and lib_path2, discarding any duplicates
append_to_lib_path()
{
  if [ $# != 0 ]; then
    for lib in "$@"; do
      # The "=" is harmless if we aren't using a sysroot, but also needless.
      if [ "x${use_sysroot}" = "xyes" ] ; then
	lib="=${lib}"
      fi
      skip_lib=no
      for libpath_suffix in ${LIBPATH_SUFFIX}; do
	case "${lib}" in
	  *${libpath_suffix})
	    case :${lib_path1}: in
	      *:${lib}:*) ;;
	      ::) lib_path1=${lib} ;;
	      *) lib_path1=${lib_path1}:${lib} ;;
	    esac ;;
	  *)
	    if test -n "${LIBPATH_SUFFIX_SKIP}"; then
	      case "${lib}" in
		*${LIBPATH_SUFFIX_SKIP}) skip_lib=yes ;;
	      esac
	    fi
	    if test "${skip_lib}" = "no"; then
	      case :${lib_path1}: in
		*:${lib}${libpath_suffix}:*) ;;
		::) lib_path1=${lib}${libpath_suffix} ;;
		*) lib_path1=${lib_path1}:${lib}${libpath_suffix} ;;
	      esac
	    fi ;;
	esac
      done
      if test "${skip_lib}" = "no"; then
	case :${lib_path1}:${lib_path2}: in
	  *:${lib}:*) ;;
	  *::) lib_path2=${lib} ;;
	  *) lib_path2=${lib_path2}:${lib} ;;
	esac
      fi
    done
  fi
}

# set the multiarch tuples
multiarch_name=
multiarch_name_32=
multiarch_name_64=
multiarch_name_n32=
multiarch_name_x32=

if true; then
  # based on TOOL_LIB
  multiarch_name=$DEB_TARGET_MULTIARCH
  multiarch_name_32=$DEB_TARGET_MULTIARCH32
  multiarch_name_64=$DEB_TARGET_MULTIARCH64
  multiarch_name_n32=$DEB_TARGET_MULTIARCHN32
  multiarch_name_x32=$DEB_TARGET_MULTIARCHX32
else
  # based on the emulation name; using TOOL_LIB seems to unreliable, when
  # configuring with --enable-targets=powerpc-linux-gnu,powerpc64-linux-gnu
  # only the first one (?) wins.
  # FIXME: should this go into ld/emulparams/*.sh ?
  case "$EMULATION_NAME" in
    aarch64linux)
      multiarch_name=aarch64-linux-gnu
      ;;
    aarch64linux32)
      multiarch_name=aarch64_ilp32-linux-gnu
      ;;
    aarch64linux32b)
      multiarch_name=aarch64_be_ilp32-linux-gnu
      ;;
    aarch64linuxb)
      multiarch_name=aarch64_be-linux-gnu
      ;;
    armelf_linux_eabi)
      # FIXME: TOOL_LIB can be arm-linux-gnueabi, arm-linux-gnueabihf, aarch64-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name=arm-linux-gnueabi
      ;;
    armelfb_linux_eabi)
      # FIXME: TOOL_LIB can be arm-linux-gnueabi, arm-linux-gnueabihf, aarch64-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name=armeb-linux-gnueabi
      ;;
    elf32_sparc)
      multiarch_name=sparc-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name_64=sparc64-linux-gnu
      ;;
    elf32_x86_64)
      multiarch_name=x86_64-linux-gnux32
      multiarch_name_32=i386-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name_64=x86_64-linux-gnu
      ;;
    elf32btsmip)
      ;;
    elf32btsmipn32)
      ;;
    elf32ltsmip)
      ;;
    elf32ltsmipn32)
      ;;
    elf32elflppc) # necessary?
      multiarch_name=powerpcle-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name_64=powerpc64le-linux-gnu
      ;;
    elf32elflppclinux)
      multiarch_name=powerpcle-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name_64=powerpc64le-linux-gnu
      ;;
    elf32ppc) # necessary?
      multiarch_name=powerpc-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name_64=powerpc64-linux-gnu
      ;;
    elf32ppclinux)
      multiarch_name=powerpc-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name_64=powerpc64-linux-gnu
      ;;
    elf64ppc)
      multiarch_name=powerpc64-linux-gnu
      multiarch_name_32=powerpc-linux-gnu
      ;;
  esac
fi

if [ "x${LIB_PATH}" = "x" ] && [ "x${USE_LIBPATH}" = xyes ] ; then
  libs=${NATIVE_LIB_DIRS}
  if [ "x${NATIVE}" = "xyes" ] ; then
    case " ${libs} " in
      *" ${libdir} "*) ;;
      *) libs="${libdir} ${libs}" ;;
    esac
  fi
  append_to_lib_path ${libs}
fi

case :${lib_path1}:${lib_path2}: in
  *:: | ::*) LIB_PATH=${lib_path1}${lib_path2} ;;
  *) LIB_PATH=${lib_path1}:${lib_path2} ;;
esac
lib_path1=
lib_path2=

# Always search $(tooldir)/lib, aka /usr/local/TARGET/lib when native
# except when LIBPATH=":".
if [ "${LIB_PATH}" != ":" ] ; then
  libs=
  if [ "x${TOOL_LIB}" = "x" ] ; then
    if [ "x${NATIVE}" = "xyes" ] ; then
      libs="${exec_prefix}/${target_alias}/lib"
    fi
  else
    # For multilib'ed targets, ensure both ${target_alias}/lib${LIBPATH_SUFFIX}
    # and ${TOOL_LIB}/lib${LIBPATH_SUFFIX} are in the default search path,
    # because 64bit libraries may be in both places, depending on
    # cross-development setup method (e.g.: /usr/s390x-linux/lib64
    # vs. /usr/s390-linux/lib64)
    for libpath_suffix in ${LIBPATH_SUFFIX}; do
      case "${NATIVE}:${libpath_suffix}:${TOOL_LIB}" in
	:* | *::* | *:*:*${libpath_suffix}) ;;
	*) libs="${exec_prefix}/${target_alias}/lib${libpath_suffix}" ;;
	*)
	  # FIXME:
	  # For the binutils-multiarch build on x86_64-linux-gnu configured
          # with --enable-targets=powerpc-linux-gnu, /usr/x86_64-linux-gnu/lib64
          # is added instead of /usr/powerpc64-linux-gnu/lib64. However this
	  # probably wanted for the "default" emulation. How to detect that?
	  libs="${exec_prefix}/${target_alias}/lib${libpath_suffix}" ;;
      esac
    done
    libs="${exec_prefix}/${TOOL_LIB}/lib ${libs}"
  fi
  append_to_lib_path ${libs}
fi

case :${lib_path1}:${lib_path2}: in
  *:: | ::*) LIB_PATH=${LIB_PATH}:${lib_path1}${lib_path2} ;;
  *) LIB_PATH=${LIB_PATH}:${lib_path1}:${lib_path2} ;;
esac

# We use the $tool_lib variable in our multiarch mangling:
if [ "x${TOOL_LIB}" = "x" ] ; then
  tool_lib=${exec_prefix}/${target_alias}/lib
else
  tool_lib=${exec_prefix}/${TOOL_LIB}/lib
fi

# FIXME: why again? These already should be in LIBPATH
if [ "x${APPEND_TOOLLIBDIR}" = "xyes" ] ; then
  LIB_PATH=${LIB_PATH}:${tool_lib}
  # For multilib targets, search both $tool_lib dirs
  if [ "x${LIBPATH_SUFFIX}" != "x" ] ; then
    LIB_PATH=${LIB_PATH}:${tool_lib}${LIBPATH_SUFFIX}
  fi
fi

LIB_SEARCH_DIRS=`echo ${LIB_PATH} | sed -e 's/:/ /g' -e 's/\([^ ][^ ]*\)/SEARCH_DIR(\\"\1\\");/g'`

if [ -n "$multiarch_name" ]; then
    temp_dirs=' '
    ma_dirs=' '
    for dir in `echo ${LIB_PATH} | sed -e 's/:/ /g'`; do
	case "$dir" in
	    *${tool_lib}*|*/${target_alias}/*)
	        ;;
	    */lib)
		if [ -n "$multiarch_name_32" ]; then
		    case $EMULATION_NAME in
			elf_i386|elf32*)
			    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir}/$multiarch_name_32 ";;
			*)
			    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir}/$multiarch_name "
		    esac
		elif [ -n "$multiarch_name_64" ]; then
		    case $EMULATION_NAME in
			elf*_64|elf64*)
			    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir}/$multiarch_name_64 ";;
			*)
			    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir}/$multiarch_name "
		    esac
		else
		    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir}/$multiarch_name "
		fi
		;;
	    */lib32)
	        if [ -n "$multiarch_name_32" ]; then
		    dir2=$(echo $dir | sed "s,32$,,")
		    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir2}/$multiarch_name_32 "
		fi
		;;
	    */lib64)
	        case "${target}" in
		    aarch64*-*-*|powerpc64-*-*|s390x-*-*|sparc64-*-*|x86_64-*-linux-gnu|mips64-*-gnuabi64)
			#dir=$(echo $dir | sed "s,64$,,")
			dir2=$(echo $dir | sed "s,64$,,")
			ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir2}/$multiarch_name "
			;;
		    *)
			if [ -n "$multiarch_name_64" ]; then
			    dir2=$(echo $dir | sed "s,64$,,")
			    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir2}/$multiarch_name_64 "
			fi
			;;
		esac
	        ;;
	    */libx32)
		case "${target}" in
		    x86_64-*-linux-gnux32)
			dir2=$(echo $dir | sed "s,x32$,,")
			ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir2}/$multiarch_name "
			;;
		    *)
			if [ -n "$multiarch_name_x32" ]; then
			    dir2=$(echo $dir | sed "s,x32$,,")
			    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir2}/$multiarch_name_x32 "
			fi
			;;
		esac
		;;
	    */libn32)
		case "${target}" in
		    mips64*-*-linux-gnuabin32)
			dir2=$(echo $dir | sed "s,n32$,,")
			ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir2}/$multiarch_name "
			;;
		    *)
			if [ -n "$multiarch_name_n32" ]; then
			    dir2=$(echo $dir | sed "s,n32$,,")
			    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir2}/$multiarch_name_n32 "
			fi
			;;
		esac
		;;
	    */libilp32)
	        if [ -n "$multiarch_name_32" ]; then
		    dir2=$(echo $dir | sed "s,ilp32$,,")
		    ma_dirs="${ma_dirs}${dir2}/$multiarch_name_32 "
		fi
		;;
	    *)
		;;
	esac
	temp_dirs="${temp_dirs}${dir} "
    done
    LIB_SEARCH_DIRS=
    for dir in $ma_dirs $temp_dirs; do
	if echo "$LIB_SEARCH_DIRS" | fgrep -q "\"$dir\""; then
	    continue
	fi
	LIB_SEARCH_DIRS="${LIB_SEARCH_DIRS}SEARCH_DIR(\"$dir\"); "
    done
fi

# We need it for testsuite.
set $EMULATION_LIBPATH
if [ "x$1" = "x$EMULATION_NAME" ]; then
    test -d tmpdir || mkdir tmpdir
    rm -f tmpdir/libpath.exp
    echo "set libpath \"${LIB_PATH}\"" | sed -e 's/:/ /g' > tmpdir/libpath.exp
fi

# Generate 5 or 6 script files from a master script template in
# ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sh.  Which one of the 5 or 6
# script files is actually used depends on command line options given
# to ld.  (SCRIPT_NAME was set in the emulparams_file.)
#
# A .x script file is the default script.
# A .xr script is for linking without relocation (-r flag).
# A .xu script is like .xr, but *do* create constructors (-Ur flag).
# A .xn script is for linking with -n flag (mix text and data on same page).
# A .xbn script is for linking with -N flag (mix text and data on same page).
# A .xs script is for generating a shared library with the --shared
#   flag; it is only generated if $GENERATE_SHLIB_SCRIPT is set by the
#   emulation parameters.
# A .xc script is for linking with -z combreloc; it is only generated if
#   $GENERATE_COMBRELOC_SCRIPT is set by the emulation parameters or
#   $SCRIPT_NAME is "elf".
# A .xsc script is for linking with --shared -z combreloc; it is generated
#   if $GENERATE_COMBRELOC_SCRIPT is set by the emulation parameters or
#   $SCRIPT_NAME is "elf" and $GENERATE_SHLIB_SCRIPT is set by the emulation
#   parameters too.

if [ "x$SCRIPT_NAME" = "xelf" ]; then
  GENERATE_COMBRELOC_SCRIPT=yes
fi

SEGMENT_SIZE=${SEGMENT_SIZE-${MAXPAGESIZE-${TARGET_PAGE_SIZE}}}

# Determine DATA_ALIGNMENT for the 5 variants, using
# values specified in the emulparams/<script_to_run>.sh file or default.

DATA_ALIGNMENT_="${DATA_ALIGNMENT_-${DATA_ALIGNMENT-ALIGN(${SEGMENT_SIZE})}}"
DATA_ALIGNMENT_n="${DATA_ALIGNMENT_n-${DATA_ALIGNMENT_}}"
DATA_ALIGNMENT_N="${DATA_ALIGNMENT_N-${DATA_ALIGNMENT-.}}"
DATA_ALIGNMENT_r="${DATA_ALIGNMENT_r-${DATA_ALIGNMENT-}}"
DATA_ALIGNMENT_u="${DATA_ALIGNMENT_u-${DATA_ALIGNMENT_r}}"

LD_FLAG=r
DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_r}
DEFAULT_DATA_ALIGNMENT="ALIGN(${SEGMENT_SIZE})"
( echo "/* Script for ld -r: link without relocation */"
  . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
  . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xr

LD_FLAG=u
DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_u}
CONSTRUCTING=" "
( echo "/* Script for ld -Ur: link w/out relocation, do create constructors */"
  . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
  . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xu

DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_}
RELOCATING=" "
LD_FLAG=
( echo "/* Default linker script, for normal executables */"
  . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
  . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.x

LD_FLAG=textonly
( echo "/* Script for -z separate-code: generate normal executables with separate code segment */"
  . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
  . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xe

LD_FLAG=n
DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_n}
( echo "/* Script for -n: mix text and data on same page */"
  . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
  . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xn

LD_FLAG=N
DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_N}
( echo "/* Script for -N: mix text and data on same page; don't align data */"
  . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
  . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xbn

if test -n "$GENERATE_COMBRELOC_SCRIPT"; then
  DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_c-${DATA_ALIGNMENT_}}
  LD_FLAG=c
  COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xc.tmp
  ( echo "/* Script for -z combreloc: combine and sort reloc sections */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xc
  rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
  LD_FLAG=ctextonly
  COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xce.tmp
  ( echo "/* Script for -z combreloc -z separate-code: combine and sort reloc sections with separate code segment */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xce
  rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
  RELRO_NOW=" "
  LD_FLAG=w
  COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xw.tmp
  ( echo "/* Script for -z combreloc -z now -z relro: combine and sort reloc sections */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xw
  rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
  LD_FLAG=wtextonly
  COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xwe.tmp
  ( echo "/* Script for -z combreloc -z now -z relro -z separate-code: combine and sort reloc sections with separate code segment */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xwe
  rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
  COMBRELOC=
  unset RELRO_NOW
fi

if test -n "$GENERATE_SHLIB_SCRIPT"; then
  DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_s-${DATA_ALIGNMENT_}}
  CREATE_SHLIB=" "
  LD_FLAG=shared
  (
    echo "/* Script for ld --shared: link shared library */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xs
  LD_FLAG=sharedtextonly
  (
    echo "/* Script for ld --shared -z separate-code: link shared library with separate code segment */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xse
  if test -n "$GENERATE_COMBRELOC_SCRIPT"; then
    DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_sc-${DATA_ALIGNMENT}}
    LD_FLAG=cshared
    COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xsc.tmp
    ( echo "/* Script for --shared -z combreloc: shared library, combine & sort relocs */"
      . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
      . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
    ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xsc
    rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
    LD_FLAG=csharedtextonly
    COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xsce.tmp
    ( echo "/* Script for --shared -z combreloc -z separate-code: shared library, combine & sort relocs with separate code segment */"
      . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
      . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
    ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xsce
    rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
    RELRO_NOW=" "
    LD_FLAG=wshared
    COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xsw.tmp
    ( echo "/* Script for --shared -z combreloc -z now -z relro: shared library, combine & sort relocs */"
      . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
      . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
    ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xsw
    rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
    LD_FLAG=wsharedtextonly
    COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xswe.tmp
    ( echo "/* Script for --shared -z combreloc -z now -z relro -z separate-code: shared library, combine & sort relocs with separate code segment */"
      . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
      . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
    ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xswe
    rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
    COMBRELOC=
    unset RELRO_NOW
  fi
  unset CREATE_SHLIB
fi

if test -n "$GENERATE_PIE_SCRIPT"; then
  DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_s-${DATA_ALIGNMENT_}}
  CREATE_PIE=" "
  LD_FLAG=pie
  (
    echo "/* Script for ld -pie: link position independent executable */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xd
  LD_FLAG=pietextonly
  (
    echo "/* Script for ld -pie -z separate-code: link position independent executable with separate code segment */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xde
  if test -n "$GENERATE_COMBRELOC_SCRIPT"; then
    DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_sc-${DATA_ALIGNMENT}}
    COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xdc.tmp
    LD_FLAG=cpie
    ( echo "/* Script for -pie -z combreloc: position independent executable, combine & sort relocs */"
      . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
      . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
    ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xdc
    rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
    LD_FLAG=cpietextonly
    COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xdce.tmp
    ( echo "/* Script for -pie -z combreloc -z separate-code: position independent executable, combine & sort relocs with separate code segment */"
      . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
      . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
    ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xdce
    rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
    RELRO_NOW=" "
    LD_FLAG=wpie
    COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xdw.tmp
    ( echo "/* Script for -pie -z combreloc -z now -z relro: position independent executable, combine & sort relocs */"
      . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
      . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
    ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xdw
    rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
    LD_FLAG=wpietextonly
    COMBRELOC=ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xdwe.tmp
    ( echo "/* Script for -pie -z combreloc -z now -z relro -z separate-code: position independent executable, combine & sort relocs with separate code segment */"
      . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
      . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
    ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xdwe
    rm -f ${COMBRELOC}
    COMBRELOC=
    unset RELRO_NOW
  fi
  unset CREATE_PIE
fi

if test -n "$GENERATE_AUTO_IMPORT_SCRIPT"; then
  LD_FLAG=auto_import
  DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_}
  (
    echo "/* Script for ld --enable-auto-import: Like the default script except read only data is placed into .data  */"
    . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT}
    . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
  ) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[	 ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xa
fi

case "$COMPILE_IN: $EMULATION_LIBPATH " in
    :*" ${EMULATION_NAME} "*) COMPILE_IN=yes;;
esac

# PR ld/5652:
# Determine if the shell has support for the variable BASH_LINENO.
# When it is the case, it is only available inside functions.
has_lineno()
{
  test "x$BASH_LINENO" != "x"
}

# Enable accruate error source in the compiler error messages, if possible.
if has_lineno; then
  . ${srcdir}/genscrba.sh
else
  source_em()
  {
    . $1
  }
  fragment()
  {
    cat >> e${EMULATION_NAME}.c
  }
fi

# Generate e${EMULATION_NAME}.c.
# Start with an empty file, then the sourced .em script
# can use the "fragment" function to append.
> e${EMULATION_NAME}.c
source_em ${srcdir}/emultempl/${TEMPLATE_NAME-generic}.em