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import sys, os
import subprocess
import errno


sources = ['c/_cffi_backend.c']
libraries = ['ffi']
include_dirs = ['/usr/include/ffi',
                '/usr/include/libffi']    # may be changed by pkg-config
define_macros = []
library_dirs = []
extra_compile_args = []
extra_link_args = []


def _ask_pkg_config(resultlist, option, result_prefix='', sysroot=False):
    pkg_config = os.environ.get('PKG_CONFIG','pkg-config')
    try:
        p = subprocess.Popen([pkg_config, option, 'libffi'],
                             stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
    except OSError as e:
        if e.errno not in [errno.ENOENT, errno.EACCES]:
            raise
    else:
        t = p.stdout.read().decode().strip()
        p.stdout.close()
        if p.wait() == 0:
            res = t.split()
            # '-I/usr/...' -> '/usr/...'
            for x in res:
                assert x.startswith(result_prefix)
            res = [x[len(result_prefix):] for x in res]
            #print 'PKG_CONFIG:', option, res
            #
            sysroot = sysroot and os.environ.get('PKG_CONFIG_SYSROOT_DIR', '')
            if sysroot:
                # old versions of pkg-config don't support this env var,
                # so here we emulate its effect if needed
                res = [path if path.startswith(sysroot)
                            else sysroot + path
                         for path in res]
            #
            resultlist[:] = res

def no_working_compiler_found():
    sys.stderr.write("""
    No working compiler found, or bogus compiler options
    passed to the compiler from Python's distutils module.
    See the error messages above.
    (If they are about -mno-fused-madd and you are on OS/X 10.8,
    see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22313407/ .)\n""")
    sys.exit(1)

def get_config():
    from distutils.core import Distribution
    from distutils.sysconfig import get_config_vars
    get_config_vars()      # workaround for a bug of distutils, e.g. on OS/X
    config = Distribution().get_command_obj('config')
    return config

def ask_supports_thread():
    config = get_config()
    ok = (sys.platform != 'win32' and
          config.try_compile('__thread int some_threadlocal_variable_42;'))
    if ok:
        define_macros.append(('USE__THREAD', None))
    else:
        ok1 = config.try_compile('int some_regular_variable_42;')
        if not ok1:
            no_working_compiler_found()
        sys.stderr.write("Note: will not use '__thread' in the C code\n")
        sys.stderr.write("The above error message can be safely ignored\n")

def uses_msvc():
    config = get_config()
    return config.try_compile('#ifndef _MSC_VER\n#error "not MSVC"\n#endif')

def use_pkg_config():
    if sys.platform == 'darwin' and os.path.exists('/usr/local/bin/brew'):
        use_homebrew_for_libffi()

    _ask_pkg_config(include_dirs,       '--cflags-only-I', '-I', sysroot=True)
    _ask_pkg_config(extra_compile_args, '--cflags-only-other')
    _ask_pkg_config(library_dirs,       '--libs-only-L', '-L', sysroot=True)
    _ask_pkg_config(extra_link_args,    '--libs-only-other')
    _ask_pkg_config(libraries,          '--libs-only-l', '-l')

def use_homebrew_for_libffi():
    # We can build by setting:
    # PKG_CONFIG_PATH = $(brew --prefix libffi)/lib/pkgconfig
    with os.popen('brew --prefix libffi') as brew_prefix_cmd:
        prefix = brew_prefix_cmd.read().strip()
    pkgconfig = os.path.join(prefix, 'lib', 'pkgconfig')
    os.environ['PKG_CONFIG_PATH'] = (
        os.environ.get('PKG_CONFIG_PATH', '') + ':' + pkgconfig)


if sys.platform == 'win32' and uses_msvc():
    COMPILE_LIBFFI = 'c/libffi_msvc'    # from the CPython distribution
else:
    COMPILE_LIBFFI = None

if COMPILE_LIBFFI:
    assert os.path.isdir(COMPILE_LIBFFI), "directory not found!"
    include_dirs[:] = [COMPILE_LIBFFI]
    libraries[:] = []
    _filenames = [filename.lower() for filename in os.listdir(COMPILE_LIBFFI)]
    _filenames = [filename for filename in _filenames
                           if filename.endswith('.c')]
    if sys.maxsize > 2**32:
        # 64-bit: unlist win32.c, and add instead win64.obj.  If the obj
        # happens to get outdated at some point in the future, you need to
        # rebuild it manually from win64.asm.
        _filenames.remove('win32.c')
        extra_link_args.append(os.path.join(COMPILE_LIBFFI, 'win64.obj'))
    sources.extend(os.path.join(COMPILE_LIBFFI, filename)
                   for filename in _filenames)
else:
    use_pkg_config()
    ask_supports_thread()

if 'freebsd' in sys.platform:
    include_dirs.append('/usr/local/include')


if __name__ == '__main__':
    from setuptools import setup, Distribution, Extension

    class CFFIDistribution(Distribution):
        def has_ext_modules(self):
            # Event if we don't have extension modules (e.g. on PyPy) we want to
            # claim that we do so that wheels get properly tagged as Python
            # specific.  (thanks dstufft!)
            return True

    # On PyPy, cffi is preinstalled and it is not possible, at least for now,
    # to install a different version.  We work around it by making the setup()
    # arguments mostly empty in this case.
    cpython = ('_cffi_backend' not in sys.builtin_module_names)

    setup(
        name='cffi',
        description='Foreign Function Interface for Python calling C code.',
        long_description="""
CFFI
====

Foreign Function Interface for Python calling C code.
Please see the `Documentation <http://cffi.readthedocs.org/>`_.

Contact
-------

`Mailing list <https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/python-cffi>`_
""",
        version='1.9.1',
        packages=['cffi'] if cpython else [],
        package_data={'cffi': ['_cffi_include.h', 'parse_c_type.h', 
                               '_embedding.h']}
                     if cpython else {},
        zip_safe=False,

        url='http://cffi.readthedocs.org',
        author='Armin Rigo, Maciej Fijalkowski',
        author_email='python-cffi@googlegroups.com',

        license='MIT',

        distclass=CFFIDistribution,
        ext_modules=[Extension(
            name='_cffi_backend',
            include_dirs=include_dirs,
            sources=sources,
            libraries=libraries,
            define_macros=define_macros,
            library_dirs=library_dirs,
            extra_compile_args=extra_compile_args,
            extra_link_args=extra_link_args,
        )] if cpython else [],

        install_requires=[
            'pycparser',
        ] if cpython else [],

        entry_points = {
            "distutils.setup_keywords": [
                "cffi_modules = cffi.setuptools_ext:cffi_modules",
            ],
        } if cpython else {},

        classifiers=[
            'Programming Language :: Python',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: 2',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.6',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.7',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: 3',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: 3.2',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: 3.3',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: 3.4',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: 3.5',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: Implementation :: CPython',
            'Programming Language :: Python :: Implementation :: PyPy',
        ],
    )