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require "mkmf"
require "rubygems" unless defined?(Gem)

ar = ARGV.grep( /^--with-netcdf-version=/ )
if ar.length > 0
  ncversion = ar[0].sub(/^--with-netcdf-version=/,"")
else
  ncversion = nil
end

if Gem.respond_to?(:find_files) and Gem.find_files("narray.h").length > 0
  require "rbconfig"
  so = RbConfig::CONFIG["DLEXT"]
  narray_include = File.expand_path(File.dirname(Gem.find_files("narray.h")[0]))
  narray_lib = File.expand_path(File.dirname(Gem.find_files("narray." + so)[0]))
else
  gem_home=(`gem environment GEM_HOME`).chomp
  narray_dir = Dir.glob("#{gem_home}/gems/narray-*/ext/narray").sort[-1]
  if narray_dir
    narray_include = narray_lib = narray_dir
  else
    narray_include = narray_lib = [ $sitearchdir, $vendorarchdir]
  end
end
dir_config('narray', narray_include, narray_lib)

dir_config('netcdf', '/usr/local')

if ( ! ( have_header("narray.h") && have_header("narray_config.h") ) ) then
print <<EOS
** configure error **  
   Header narray.h or narray_config.h is not found. If you have these files in 
   /narraydir/include, try the following:

   % ruby extconf.rb --with-narray-include=/narraydir/include

EOS
   exit(-1)
end

unless  ncversion 
  # configure netcdf version
  if xsystem("nc-config --version")
    ncversion = `nc-config --version`.chomp!.sub!(/^n.* /i,"") # rm "netCDF "
    ncversion.sub!(/^([^\.]+\.[^\.]+\.[^\.]+).+$/,'\1') # e.g. 4.2.1.1 -> 4.2.1
  else
    ncversion = "3.0.0"   # assume version 3 (only for compilation)
      # For compilation, there is no difference among subversions of netcdf 3
  end
end

ncver0 = ncversion[0..0]  # "3" or "4"
ncver = ncversion.gsub(/\./,'')
unless /^\d\d\d(\-rc)?$/ =~ ncver   # 3 digits
  raise("Invalid netcdf version: #{ncversion}. Use --with-netcdf-version=") 
end
$CFLAGS += ' -DNCVER='+ncver

case ncver0
when "4"
  if xsystem("nc-config --libs") # for NetCDF 4
    cflags = `nc-config --cflags`.gsub(/\n/, " ")
    libs = `nc-config --libs`.gsub(/\n/, " ")
    prefix_nc = `nc-config --prefix`.gsub(/\n/, "")

    dir_config("netcdf",prefix_nc)
    $CFLAGS += ' ' + cflags
    $LOCAL_LIBS += ' ' + libs
  end
when "3"
  # for NetCDF 3, which needs external libraries for OpenDAP
  if xsystem("ncdap-config --libs")
    libncdods = "nc-dap"
    cflags = `ncdap-config --cflags`.gsub(/\n/, " ")
    libs = `ncdap-config --libs`.gsub(/\n/, " ")
    prefix_dods = `ncdap-config --prefix`.gsub(/\n/, "")
  elsif xsystem("opendap-config --libs")
    libncdods = "nc-dods"
    cflags = `opendap-config --cflags`.gsub(/\n/, " ")
    libs = `opendap-config --libs-nc`.gsub(/\n/, " ")
    prefix_dods = `opendap-config --prefix`.gsub(/\n/, "")
  end
  if (enable_config('opendap',true) && ( xsystem("opendap-config --libs") ||
                                         xsystem("ncdap-config --libs") ) )

    dir_config(libncdods,prefix_dods)

    if (!have_library(libncdods))
      print <<-EOS
      ** ERROR ** Library not found: nc-dods (OPeNDAP/DODS-enabled NetCDF lib)
      Install it, or run extconf.rb with option --disable-opendap.
                                                ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
      EOS
      exit(-1)
    else
      print <<-EOS
      ** Message **  Compiling with OPeNDAP/DODS-enabled NetCDF library.

      This is because the command opendap-config is found in your system.
      If you want to use the ordinary (non-DODS) version of NetCDF,
      run extconf.rb with option --disable-opendap.
                                 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
      EOS
    end

    $CFLAGS += ' '+cflags
    $LOCAL_LIBS += ' ' + libs

    # non portable treatments: should be improved (by Horinouchi)
    CONFIG['LDSHARED'].sub!(/gcc/,'g++')
    $LIBS.sub!(/-lc\s/,'') ; $LIBS.sub!(/-lc$/,'')
    print <<-EOS
      ** Warning **  non-portable treatments are made, 
      which was sucessfull redhat linux 9:
       * gcc was replaced with g++ in CONFIG['LDSHARED']
       * -lc library was removed if in $LIBS 

    EOS
    #  p '@@@'
    #  ary = []
    #  CONFIG.each{|k,v| ary.push([k,v])}
    #  ary.sort.each{|x| p x}
  else
    if ( ! ( have_header("netcdf.h") && have_library("netcdf") ) )then
      print <<-EOS
      ** configure error **  
         Header netcdf.h or the compiled netcdf library is not found. 
         If you have the library installed under /netcdfdir (that is, netcdf.h is
         in /netcdfdir/include and the library in /netcdfdir/lib/),
         try the following:

         % ruby extconf.rb --with-netcdf-dir=/netcdfdir

         Alternatively, you can specify the two directory separately
         with --with-netcdf-include and --with-netcdf-lib.
      EOS
      exit(-1)
    end
  end
else
  raise "Netcdf version #{ncver0} is not supported"
end



if /cygwin|mingw/ =~ RUBY_PLATFORM
   have_library("narray") || raise("ERROR: narray library is not found")
end

create_makefile "numru/netcdfraw"

######  Modify Makefile: #######
File.rename("Makefile","Makefile.orig")
oldmkfl = File.open("Makefile.orig")
newmkfl = File.open("Makefile","w")
oldmkfl.each_line{ |line|
   case(line)
   when /^distclean:/
      newmkfl.puts(line)
      newmkfl.puts("\t\t@$(RM) *.nc demo/*.nc demo/*~ lib/*~ doc/*~ test/*.nc test/*~ Makefile.orig")
   when /^all:/
      newmkfl.puts(line)
      newmkfl.puts("")         
      newmkfl.puts("test: all")            # insert the "test" target
      newmkfl.puts("\t\t@cd test && ruby test.rb && echo 'test did not fail :-p (please ignore the warnings)' && cd ..") 
#   when /lib\/netcdf/
#      line = line.chomp! + "/"
#      newmkfl.puts(line)
   else
      newmkfl.puts(line)
   end
}
newmkfl.close