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#! /usr/bin/env bash
# icecc -- A simple distributed compiler system
#
# Copyright (C) 2004 by the Icecream Authors
# GPL

target_files=
add_file_duplicates=

# Optional path to strip from all paths if present, e.g. if the compiler is not in /usr.
stripprefix=

case $(uname) in
    "Darwin") is_darwin=1;;
    "FreeBSD") is_freebsd=1;;
    "Linux") is_linux=1;;
esac

usage ()
{
    echo "Create compiler environment for distributed build."
    echo "Usage: $0 <compiler_binary> [extra_options]"
    echo "For GCC, pass the the gcc binary, the matching g++ will be used automatically."
    echo "For Clang, pass the clang binary."
    echo "Use --addfile <file> to add extra files."
    echo "Use --compression <type> to set tarball type (none,gzip,bzip2,zstd,xz)."
    echo "For backwards compatibility, the following is also supported:"
    echo "$0 --gcc <gcc_path> <g++_path>"
    echo "$0 --clang <clang_path>"
}

is_contained ()
{
  case " $target_files " in
    *" $1 "* ) return 0 ;;
    *"=$1 "* ) return 0;;
    * ) return 1 ;;
  esac
}

is_add_file_duplicate ()
{
  case " $add_file_duplicates " in
    *" $1 "* ) return 0 ;;
    * ) return 1 ;;
  esac
}

# returns abs path to filedir
abs_path()
{
    local path=$1
    if test -f "$path"; then
        pushd $(dirname $path) > /dev/null 2>&1
        dir_path=$(pwd -P)
        path=$dir_path/$(basename $path)
        popd > /dev/null 2>&1
    elif test -d "$path"; then
        pushd $path > /dev/null 2>&1
        path=$(pwd -P)
        popd > /dev/null 2>&1
    fi
    echo $path
}

# return abs path to filedir with symlinks resolved
resolve_path()
{
    local_path=$1
    # pwd -P in abs_path will take care of resolving symlinks in the path,
    # so take care just of the file component itself
    while test -L "$local_path"; do
        pushd $(dirname $local_path) >/dev/null 2>&1
        local_path=$(abs_path $(readlink $(basename $local_path)))
        popd > /dev/null 2>&1
    done
    abs_path $local_path
}

# Avoid /../ components in paths such as /usr/X11/../lib64 .
# This could use realpath, but that's reportedly not that widely available.
convert_path_cdup ()
{
  local filename="$1"
  local directory=$(dirname $filename)
  local fixed_directory=$(cd "$directory" >/dev/null && pwd)
  echo ${fixed_directory}/$(basename $filename)
}

add_file ()
{
  local skipldd=
  if test "$1" = "skipldd"; then
    skipldd=1
    shift
  fi
  local name="$1"
  local path="$1";
  if test -n "$2"; then
    name="$2"
  fi
  test -z "$name" && return

  # it is faster to check as quickly as possible, is_contained checks duplicates too, but this saves time
  is_add_file_duplicate "$name" && return
  add_file_duplicates="$add_file_duplicates $name"

  path=$(resolve_path $path)
  name=$(convert_path_cdup $name)
  if test -n "$stripprefix"; then
    name=$(echo $name | sed "s#$stripprefix#/usr#" )
  fi
  toadd="$name=$path"
  if test "$name" = "$path"; then
    toadd=$path
  fi
  is_contained "$toadd" && return
  echo "adding file $toadd"
  target_files="$target_files $toadd"
  if test -x "$path" -a -z "$skipldd"; then
    # Only call ldd when it makes sense
    if file -L "$path" | grep 'ELF' > /dev/null 2>&1; then
	if ! file -L "$path" | grep 'static' > /dev/null 2>&1; then
	   # ldd now outputs ld as /lib/ld-linux.so.xx on current nptl based glibc
		# this regexp parse the outputs like:
		# ldd /usr/bin/gcc
		#         linux-gate.so.1 =>  (0xffffe000)
		#         libc.so.6 => /lib/tls/libc.so.6 (0xb7e81000)
		#         /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0xb7fe8000)
		# covering both situations ( with => and without )
           local lib
           for lib in $(ldd "$path" | sed -n 's,^[^/]*\(/[^ ]*\).*,\1,p'); do
	      test -f "$lib" || continue
	      # Check whether the same library also exists in the parent directory,
	      # and prefer that on the assumption that it is a more generic one.
	      local baselib=$(echo "$lib" | sed 's,\(/[^/]*\)/.*\(/[^/]*\)$,\1\2,')
              usebaselib=
              if test "$baselib" != "$lib" -a -f "$baselib"; then
                # Make sure the base lib has the same architecture.
                local archlib="$(objdump -f "$lib" | grep architecture)"
                local archbaselib="$(objdump -f "$baselib" | grep architecture)"
                if test "$archlib" = "$archbaselib"; then
                  usebaselib=1
                fi
              fi
              if test -n "$usebaselib"; then
                lib=$baselib
                add_file "$lib"
              else
                # Optimization: We are adding a library we got from ldd output, so avoid
                # using ldd on it, as it should not find more than this ldd.
                add_file "skipldd" "$lib"
              fi

              # Add the non-haswell and non-avx512_1 libraries too
              case "$lib" in
                 */haswell/*|*/avx512_1/*)
                    ;;
                 *)
                    continue
                    ;;
              esac
              local lib_non_avx512=$(echo "$lib" | sed s,/avx512_1/,/,)
              local lib_non_hsw=$(echo "$lib_non_avx512" | sed s,/haswell/,/,)
              if [ "$lib" != "$lib_non_avx512" ] && [ -f "$lib_non_avx512" ]; then
                add_file "$lib_non_avx512"
              fi
              if [ "$lib" != "$lib_non_hsw" ] && [ -f "$lib_non_hsw" ]; then
                add_file "$lib_non_hsw"
              fi
           done
        fi
    elif test "$is_darwin" = 1; then
          # this regexp parse the outputs like:
          # $ otool -L /usr/llvm-gcc-4.2/libexec/gcc/i686-apple-darwin11/4.2.1/cc1
          #         @executable_path/libllvmgcc.dylib
          #         /usr/lib/libiconv.2.dylib
          #         /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib
          #         /usr/lib/libstdc++.6.dylib
          for lib in $(otool -L "$path" | sed -n 's,^[^/@]*\([/@][^ ]*\).*,\1,p'); do
            local libinstall=""
            if test "${lib%%/*}" = "@executable_path"; then
              # Installs libs like @executable_path/libllvmgcc.dylib
              # that contains @executable_path in its path in $(dirname ${name})
              # (the same install path of the executable program)
              libinstall="${name%/*}${lib#@executable_path}"
              lib="${path%/*}${lib#@executable_path}"
            fi
	    test -f "$lib" || continue
	    # Check wether the same library also exists in the parent directory,
	    # and prefer that on the assumption that it is a more generic one.
	    local baselib=$(echo "$lib" | sed 's,\(/[^/]*\)/.*\(/[^/]*\)$,\1\2,')
	    test -f "$baselib" && lib=$baselib
	          add_file "$lib" "$libinstall"
         done
    fi
  fi
}

# Search and add file to the tarball file.
search_addfile()
{
    local compiler=$1
    local file_name=$2
    local file_installdir=$3
    local file=""

    file=$($compiler -print-prog-name=$file_name)

    if test -z "$file" || test "$file" = "$file_name" || ! test -e "$file"; then
        file=$($compiler -print-file-name=$file_name)
    fi

    if test "$file" = "$file_name"; then
        file=$(command -v $file_name || echo $file_name)
    fi

    if ! test -e "$file"; then
        return 1
    fi

    if test -z "$file_installdir"; then
        # The file is going to be added to the tarball
        # in the same path where the compiler found it, as an absolute path.
        # If it's not in the /usr prefix, stripprefix handling will take care of that.

        file_installdir=$(dirname $file)
        file_installdir=$(abs_path $file_installdir)
    fi

    add_file "$file" "$file_installdir/$file_name"

    return 0
}

# backward compat
if test "$1" = "--respect-path"; then
  shift
fi

if test "$1" = "--gcc"; then
    shift
    added_gcc=$1
    shift
    added_gxx=$1
    shift
    gcc=1
    if test "$1" = "--clang"; then
        shift
        added_clang=$1
        shift
        if test "x$1" != "x--addfile" -a "x$1" != "x--gcc" -a -e "$1"; then
            # accept 2nd argument being the compilerwrapper binary, for backwards compatibility
            added_compilerwrapper=$1
            shift
        fi
        if test -z "$added_compilerwrapper"; then
            added_compilerwrapper=@PKGLIBEXECDIR@/compilerwrapper
        fi
        clang=1
    fi
elif test "$1" = "--clang"; then
    shift
    added_clang=$1
    shift
    if test "x$1" != "x--addfile" -a "x$1" != "x--gcc" -a -e "$1"; then
        # accept 2nd argument being the compilerwrapper binary, for backwards compatibility
        added_compilerwrapper=$1
        shift
    fi
    if test -z "$added_compilerwrapper"; then
        added_compilerwrapper=@PKGLIBEXECDIR@/compilerwrapper
    fi
    clang=1
    if test "$1" = "--gcc"; then
        shift
        added_gcc=$1
        shift
        added_gxx=$1
        shift
        gcc=1
    fi
else
    if test -z "$1"; then
        usage
        exit 1
    fi
    # We got just a binary, find out what compiler it is and bypass any possible wrappers.
    # __clang__ expands to 1 if compiler is Clang
    # __GNUC__ expands to the main version number (and is valid also with Clang)
    test_output=$(echo "clang __clang__ gcc __GNUC__" | "$1" -E -)
    if test $? -ne 0; then
        echo "$1" is not a compiler.
        exit 1
    fi
    if echo "$test_output" | grep -q '^clang 1 gcc.*'; then
        clang=1
        # With clang, -print-prog-name gives the full path to the actual clang binary,
        # allowing to bypass any possible wrapper script etc. Note we must pass
        # just the binary name, not full path.
        added_clang=$($1 -print-prog-name=$(basename $1))
        added_compilerwrapper=@PKGLIBEXECDIR@/compilerwrapper
    elif echo "$test_output" | grep -q 'clang __clang__ gcc.*'; then
        gcc=1
        # Gcc's -print-prog-name is useless, as it prints simply "gcc", so we have to
        # get the location of the actual gcc binary from gcc -v output, which prints
        # (to stderr) gcc's argv[0] as COLLECT_GCC.
        added_gcc=$($1 -v 2>&1 | grep COLLECT_GCC= | sed 's/^COLLECT_GCC=//')
        if test -z "$added_gcc"; then
            echo Failed to find gcc location.
            exit 1
        fi
        if ! test -x "$added_gcc"; then
            added_gcc=$(command -v $added_gcc)
        fi
    else
        echo "$1" is not a known compiler.
        exit 1
    fi
    shift
    if test -n "$1"; then
        case "$1" in
            --*)
                ;; # an option, ignore
            *)
                # (backwards) compatibility, assume the second argument is the C++ compiler
                added_gxx=$1
                shift
                ;;
        esac
    fi
    if test -n "$gcc" -a -z "$added_gxx"; then
        # guess g++ from gcc
        added_gxx=$(echo $added_gcc | sed 's/\(.*\)gcc/\1g++/')
    fi
fi

if test -n "$gcc"; then
    if test -z "$added_gcc" || test -z "$added_gxx"; then
        usage
        exit 1
    fi
    if ! test -x "$added_gcc" ; then
        echo "'$added_gcc' is no executable."
        exit 1
    fi
    if ! test -x "$added_gxx" ; then
        echo "'$added_gxx' is no executable."
        exit 1
    fi
    if ! file --mime-type -L "$added_gcc" | grep -q ': application/'; then
        echo "$added_gcc is not a binary file."
        exit 1
    fi
    if ! file --mime-type -L "$added_gxx" | grep -q ': application/'; then
        echo "$added_gxx is not a binary file."
        exit 1
    fi
fi

if test -n "$clang"; then
    if ! test -x "$added_clang" ; then
        echo "'$added_clang' is no executable."
        exit 1
    fi
    if ! file --mime-type -L "$added_clang" | grep -q ': application/'; then
        echo "$added_clang is not a binary file."
        exit 1
    fi
    if ! test -x "$added_compilerwrapper" ; then
        echo "'$added_compilerwrapper' is no executable."
        exit 1
    fi
fi

extrafiles=
compress_program=gzip
compress_ext=.gz
compress_args=

while test -n "$1"; do

    if test "x$1" = "x--addfile"; then
        shift
        extrafiles="$extrafiles $1"
    elif test "x$1" = "x--compression"; then
        shift
        case "$1" in
            none)
                compress_ext=
                compress_program=cat
                ;;
            gzip|gz)
                compress_ext=.gz
                compress_program=gzip
                ;;
            bzip2|bz2)
                compress_ext=.bz2
                compress_program=bzip2
                ;;
            zstd)
                compress_ext=.zst
                compress_program=zstd
                # threads
                compress_args=-T0
                ;;
            xz)
                compress_ext=.xz
                compress_program=xz
                # threads
                compress_args=-T0
                if test -n "$ICECC_TESTS"; then
                    compress_args="-T0 -0"
                fi
                ;;
            *)
                echo "Unknown compression type '$1'."
                exit 1
                ;;
        esac
    else
        echo "Unknown argument '$1'"
        exit 1
    fi

    shift
done

if test -n "$compress_program"; then
    if ! command -v "$compress_program" >/dev/null; then
        echo "Cannot find compression program '$compress_program'."
        exit 1
    fi
fi

tempdir=$(mktemp -d /tmp/iceccenvXXXXXX)

# for testing the environment is usable at all
if test -x /bin/true; then
    add_file /bin/true
elif test -x /usr/bin/true; then
    add_file /usr/bin/true /bin/true
fi

if test -n "$gcc"; then
    # getting compilers resolved path
    added_gcc=$(resolve_path $added_gcc)
    added_gxx=$(resolve_path $added_gxx)
    # In case gcc is installed elsewhere.
    stripprefix=$(dirname $(dirname $added_gcc))

    if test -z "$clang"; then
        add_file $added_gcc /usr/bin/gcc
        add_file $added_gxx /usr/bin/g++
    else
        # HACK: The clang case below will add a wrapper in place of gcc, so add the real
        # gcc under a different name that the wrapper will call.
        add_file $added_gcc /usr/bin/gcc.bin
        add_file $added_gxx /usr/bin/g++.bin
    fi
    search_addfile $added_gcc cc1 /usr/bin
    search_addfile $added_gxx cc1plus /usr/bin
    search_addfile $added_gcc as /usr/bin
    search_addfile $added_gcc specs
    search_addfile $added_gcc liblto_plugin.so
    search_addfile $added_gcc objcopy /usr/bin
fi

if test -n "$clang"; then
    # getting compilers resolved path
    orig_clang=$added_clang
    added_clang=$(resolve_path $added_clang)
    # In case clang is installed elsewhere.
    stripprefix=$(dirname $(dirname $added_clang))
    add_file $added_clang /usr/bin/clang
    # HACK: Older icecream remotes have /usr/bin/{gcc|g++} hardcoded and wouldn't
    # call /usr/bin/clang at all. So include a wrapper binary that will call gcc or clang
    # depending on an extra argument added by icecream.
    add_file $added_compilerwrapper /usr/bin/gcc
    add_file $added_compilerwrapper /usr/bin/g++

    search_addfile $orig_clang as /usr/bin
    search_addfile $orig_clang objcopy /usr/bin

    # HACK: Clang4.0 and later access /proc/cpuinfo and report an error when they fail
    # to find it, even if they use a fallback mechanism, making the error useless
    # (at least in this case). Since the file is not really needed, create a fake one.
    if test -d /proc; then
        mkdir $tempdir/fakeproc
        mkdir $tempdir/fakeproc/proc
        touch $tempdir/fakeproc/proc/cpuinfo
        add_file $tempdir/fakeproc/proc/cpuinfo /proc/cpuinfo
    fi
fi

# Do not do any prefix stripping on extra files, they (e.g. clang plugins) are usually
# referred to using their original path.
save_stripprefix="$stripprefix"
stripprefix=
for extrafile in $extrafiles; do
    add_file $extrafile
done
stripprefix="$save_stripprefix"

if test "$is_darwin" = 1; then
    # add dynamic linker
    add_file /usr/lib/dyld
    add_file /usr/bin/gcc
    add_file /usr/bin/g++
    real_file=$(/usr/bin/as -micha -- < /dev/null 2>&1 | sed -n 's,^[^/]*\(/[^ :]*\).*,\1,p')
    add_file $(abs_path "$real_file")
fi

if test "$is_freebsd" = 1; then
    add_file /libexec/ld-elf.so.1
fi

# for ldconfig -r to work, ld.so.conf must not contain relative paths
# in include directives. Make them absolute.
if test -f /etc/ld.so.conf; then
  tmp_ld_so_conf=$(mktemp /tmp/icecc_ld_so_confXXXXXX)
  while read directive path; do
    if [ "$directive" = "include" -a "${path:0:1}" != "/" ]; then
      path="/etc/$path"
    fi
    echo "$directive $path"
  done </etc/ld.so.conf >$tmp_ld_so_conf
  add_file $tmp_ld_so_conf /etc/ld.so.conf
fi

new_target_files=
for i in $target_files; do
 case $i in
   *=/*)
    target=$(echo $i | cut -d= -f1)
    path=$(echo $i | cut -d= -f2)
    ;;
   *)
    path=$i
    target=$i
    ;;
  esac
  mkdir -p $tempdir/$(dirname $target)
  if test -x $path && objcopy -p --strip-unneeded $path $tempdir/$target 2>/dev/null; then
    true # ok
  elif test -x $path && objcopy -p -g $path $tempdir/$target 2>/dev/null; then
    true # ok
  else
    cp -p $path $tempdir/$target
  fi
  target=$(echo $target | cut -b2-)
  new_target_files="$new_target_files $target"
done

if test -x /sbin/ldconfig -a "$is_linux" = 1; then
   mkdir -p $tempdir/var/cache/ldconfig
   /sbin/ldconfig -r $tempdir
   for candidate in etc var/cache/ldconfig; do
        test -e $tempdir/$candidate/ld.so.cache || continue;
        new_target_files="$new_target_files $candidate/ld.so.cache"
        break
   done
fi

md5sum=NONE
for file in /usr/bin/md5sum /bin/md5 /usr/bin/md5 /sbin/md5; do
   if test -x $file; then
	md5sum=$file
        break
   fi
done

# now sort the files in order to make the md5sums independent
# of ordering
target_files=$(for i in $new_target_files; do echo $i; done | sort)
md5=$(for i in $target_files; do $md5sum $tempdir/$i; done | sed -e "s# $tempdir##" | $md5sum | sed -e 's/ .*$//') || {
  echo "Couldn't compute MD5 sum."
  exit 2
}

echo "creating $md5.tar$compress_ext"
mydir=$(pwd)
cd $tempdir
tar -ch --numeric-owner -f - $target_files | "$compress_program" $compress_args > "$md5".tar"$compress_ext" || {
  echo "Couldn't create archive"
  exit 3
}
mv "$md5".tar"$compress_ext" "$mydir"/
cd ..
rm -rf $tempdir
rm -f $tmp_ld_so_conf

# Print the tarball name to fd 5 (if it's open, created by whatever has invoked this)
( echo $md5.tar"$compress_ext" >&5 ) 2>/dev/null
exit 0