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# spec file for package linux-glibc-devel
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Name:           linux-glibc-devel
Summary:        Linux headers for userspace development
License:        GPL-2.0
Group:          Development/Libraries/C and C++
BuildArch:      noarch
# this confusing version number has no meaning, it's the version
# of the Linux kernel where these headers come from
Version:        4.4
Release:        0
# A "-" is not allowed in version
%define upstream_version 4.4
Url:            http://www.kernel.org/
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
BuildRequires:  fdupes
BuildRequires:  xz
Provides:       kernel-headers
Provides:       linux-kernel-headers = %{version}
Obsoletes:      linux-kernel-headers < %{version}
PreReq:         coreutils
Source:         %{name}-%{upstream_version}.tar.xz
Source1:        install_all.sh
Patch1:         0001-staging-rdma-hfi1-Clean-up-macro-indentation.patch
Patch2:         0002-staging-rdma-hfi1-Adjust-EPROM-partitions-add-EPROM-.patch
Patch3:         0003-uapi-hfi1_user-Correct-comment-for-capability-bit.patch
Patch4:         0004-uapi-hfi1_user-Add-command-and-event-for-TID-caching.patch
Patch5:         0005-staging-hfi1-Enable-TID-caching-feature.patch
Patch6:         0006-IB-hfi1-Remove-multiple-device-cdev.patch
Patch7:         0007-IB-hfi1-Remove-EPROM-functionality-from-data-device.patch
Patch8:         0008-IB-hfi1-Remove-unused-user-command.patch
Patch9:         0009-IB-hfi1-Add-ioctl-interface-for-user-commands.patch
Patch10:        0010-IB-hfi1-Remove-write-use-ioctl-for-user-cmds.patch
Patch11:        0011-IB-hfi1-Allow-for-non-double-word-multiple-message-s.patch
Patch12:        0012-IB-hfi1-Disable-header-suppression-for-short-packets.patch
Patch13:        0013-RDMA-core-Commonize-RDMA-IOCTL-declarations-location.patch
Patch14:        0014-RDMA-core-Move-legacy-MAD-IOCTL-declarations-to-comm.patch
Patch15:        0015-RDMA-hfi1-Avoid-redeclaration-error.patch
Patch16:        0016-RDMA-core-Move-HFI1-IOCTL-declarations-to-common-fil.patch
Patch17:        0017-RDMA-core-Rename-RDMA-magic-number.patch
Patch18:        0018-RDMA-core-Unify-style-of-IOCTL-commands.patch
Patch19:        0001-nfit-libnvdimm-limited-whitelisted-dimm-command-mars.patch

This package provides Linux kernel headers, the kernel API description
required for compilation of almost all programs. This is the userspace
interface; compiling external kernel modules requires
kernel-(flavor)-devel, or kernel-syms to pull in all kernel-*-devel,
packages, instead.

%setup -q -n linux-glibc-devel-%{upstream_version}
%patch1 -p1
%patch2 -p1
%patch3 -p1
%patch4 -p1
%patch5 -p1
%patch6 -p1
%patch7 -p1
%patch8 -p1
%patch9 -p1
%patch10 -p1
%patch11 -p1
%patch12 -p1
%patch13 -p1
%patch14 -p1
%patch15 -p1
%patch16 -p1
%patch17 -p1
%patch18 -p1
%patch19 -p1

cat > version.h <<-BOGUS
#ifdef __KERNEL__
#error "======================================================="
#error "You should not include /usr/include/{linux,asm}/ header"
#error "files directly for the compilation of kernel modules."
#error ""
#error "glibc now uses kernel header files from a well-defined"
#error "working kernel version (as recommended by Linus Torvalds)"
#error "These files are glibc internal and may not match the"
#error "currently running kernel. They should only be"
#error "included via other system header files - user space"
#error "programs should not directly include <linux/*.h> or"
#error "<asm/*.h> as well."
#error ""
#error "Since Linux 2.6, the kernel module build process has been"
#error "updated such that users building modules should not typically"
#error "need to specify additional include directories at all."
#error ""
#error "To build kernel modules, ensure you have the build environment "
#error "available either via the kernel-devel and kernel-<flavor>-devel "
#error "packages or a properly configured kernel source tree."
#error ""
#error "Then, modules can be built using:"
#error "make -C <path> M=$PWD"
#error ""
#error "For the currently running kernel there will be a symbolic "
#error "link pointing to the build environment located at "
#error "/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build for use as <path>."
#error ""
#error "If you are seeing this message, your environment is "
#error "not configured properly. "
#error ""
#error "Please adjust the Makefile accordingly."
#error "======================================================="
# Get LINUX_VERSION_CODE and KERNEL_VERSION directly from kernel
cat usr/include/linux/version.h >> version.h
cat >> version.h <<-BOGUS
cat version.h

rm -rf    $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
mkdir     $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
cp -a usr $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
cp -a version.h $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/usr/include/linux/
# resolve file conflict with glibc for now
rm -fv   $RPM_BUILD_ROOT//usr/include/scsi/scsi.h
# Replace the directory /usr/include/asm with a symlink.
# libc contained a symlink /usr/include/asm into kernel-source up to 7.0 (2.1.3)
# glibc-devel contained a symlink /usr/include/asm into kernel-source in 7.1 (2.2)
# glibc-devel contained a directory /usr/include/asm from 7.2 (2.2.2) up to 10.1/SLES10 (2.4)
# The directory moved from glibc-devel to linux-kernel-headers in 10.2 (
# The directory turned into a symlink in 10.3 (2.6.22)
# rpm will remove obsolete files after the post install scripts
# A trigger will run after the /usr/include/asm was removed
# Create a dummy symlink now for rpmlint happiness, we %%ghost this and create
# a proper symlink during %%post:
ln -sfn asm-dummy $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/usr/include/asm
%fdupes $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/usr/include

if test "$1" = 0
	rm -f usr/include/asm
exit 0

case "$(uname -m)" in
	alpha*)  asm_link=alpha      ;;
	ppc*)    asm_link=powerpc    ;;
	s390*)   asm_link=s390       ;;
	ia64)    asm_link=ia64       ;;
	*arm*)   asm_link=arm        ;;
	parisc)  asm_link=parisc     ;;
	*mips*)  asm_link=mips       ;;
	sparc*)  asm_link=sparc      ;;
  	aarch64) asm_link=arm64      ;;
  	m68k)    asm_link=m68k       ;;
	*)       asm_link=x86  ;;
if test -L usr/include/asm
	case "$(readlink usr/include/asm)" in
		echo "/usr/include/asm points to kernel-source, waiting for triggerpostun to symlink to asm-$asm_link"
		rm -fv usr/include/asm
		exit 0
	: symlink is ok, update it below in case of an arch change
elif test -d usr/include/asm
	echo "/usr/include/asm is a directory, waiting for triggerpostun to symlink to asm-$asm_link"
	exit 0
ln -sfn asm-$asm_link usr/include/asm
exit 0

%triggerpostun -- linux-kernel-headers, glibc-devel < 2.5, libc < 2.2
case "$(uname -m)" in
	alpha*)  asm_link=alpha      ;;
	ppc*)    asm_link=powerpc    ;;
	s390*)   asm_link=s390       ;;
	ia64)    asm_link=ia64       ;;
	*arm*)   asm_link=arm        ;;
	parisc)  asm_link=parisc     ;;
	*mips*)  asm_link=mips       ;;
	sparc*)  asm_link=sparc      ;;
  	aarch64) asm_link=arm64      ;;
  	m68k)    asm_link=m68k       ;;
	*)       asm_link=x86  ;;
ln -sfn asm-$asm_link usr/include/asm
exit 0

%ghost %{_prefix}/include/asm