File gdb.spec of Package gdb

# spec file for package gdb (Version 7.2)
# Copyright (c) 2010 SUSE LINUX Products GmbH, Nuernberg, Germany.
# All modifications and additions to the file contributed by third parties
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# Please submit bugfixes or comments via

Summary:        A GNU source-level debugger for C, C++, Java and other languages

Name:           gdb

# Set version to contents of gdb/
# NOTE: the FSF gdb versions are numbered N.M for official releases, like 6.3
# and, since January 2005, for daily snapshots, like # (daily snapshot from mailine), or (head of the release branch).
Version:        7.2
Release:        2

# The release always contains a leading reserved number, start it at 1.
# `upstream' is not a part of `name' to stay fully rpm dependencies compatible for the testing.

License:        GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and GPL+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL and BSD and Public Domain
Group:          Development/Debuggers
# Do not provide URL for snapshots as the file lasts there only for 2 days.
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build

# For our convenience
%define gdb_src gdb-%{version}
%define gdb_build build-%{_target_platform}

%if 0%{?_with_debug:1}
# Define this if you want to skip the strip step and preserve debug info.
# Useful for testing.
%define __debug_install_post : > %{_builddir}/%{?buildsubdir}/debugfiles.list
%define debug_package %{nil}

# Make sure we get rid of the old package gdb64, now that we have unified
# support for 32-64 bits in one single 64-bit gdb.
%ifarch ppc64
Obsoletes:      gdb64 < 5.3.91

# GDB patches have the format `gdb-<version>-bz<red-hat-bz-#>-<desc>.patch'.
# They should be created using patch level 1: diff -up ./gdb (or gdb-6.3/gdb).

# Cleanup any leftover testsuite processes as it may stuck mock(1) builds.
Source2:        gdb-orphanripper.c

# Man page for gstack(1).

# Work around out-of-date dejagnu that does not have KFAIL
Patch1:         gdb-6.3-rh-dummykfail-20041202.patch

# Match the Fedora's version info.
Patch2:         gdb-6.3-rh-testversion-20041202.patch

# Check that libunwind works - new test then fix
Patch3:         gdb-6.3-rh-testlibunwind-20041202.patch

# Use convert_from_func_ptr_addr on the solib breakpoint address;
# simplifies and makes more consistent the logic.
Patch104:       gdb-6.3-ppcdotsolib-20041022.patch

# Better parse 64-bit PPC system call prologues.
Patch105:       gdb-6.3-ppc64syscall-20040622.patch

# Stop a backtrace when a zero PC is encountered.
Patch106:       gdb-6.3-framepczero-20040927.patch

# Include the pc's section when doing a symbol lookup so that the
# correct symbol is found.
Patch111:       gdb-6.3-ppc64displaysymbol-20041124.patch

# Fix upstream `set scheduler-locking step' vs. upstream PPC atomic seqs.
Patch112:       gdb-6.6-scheduler_locking-step-sw-watchpoints2.patch
# Make upstream `set scheduler-locking step' as default.
Patch260:       gdb-6.6-scheduler_locking-step-is-default.patch

# Add a wrapper script to GDB that implements pstack using the
# --readnever option.
Patch118:       gdb-6.3-gstack-20050411.patch

Patch122:       gdb-6.3-test-pie-20050107.patch
Patch389:       gdb-archer-pie-addons.patch
Patch394:       gdb-archer-pie-addons-keep-disabled.patch

# Get selftest working with sep-debug-info
Patch125:       gdb-6.3-test-self-20050110.patch

# Test support of multiple destructors just like multiple constructors
Patch133:       gdb-6.3-test-dtorfix-20050121.patch

# Fix to support executable moving
Patch136:       gdb-6.3-test-movedir-20050125.patch

# Fix gcore for threads
Patch140:       gdb-6.3-gcore-thread-20050204.patch

# Stop while intentionally stepping and the thread exit is met.
Patch141:       gdb-6.6-step-thread-exit.patch
Patch259:       gdb-6.3-step-thread-exit-20050211-test.patch

# Prevent gdb from being pushed into background
Patch142:       gdb-6.3-terminal-fix-20050214.patch

# Test sibling threads to set threaded watchpoints for x86 and x86-64
Patch145:       gdb-6.3-threaded-watchpoints2-20050225.patch

# Fix printing of inherited members
Patch148:       gdb-6.3-inheritance-20050324.patch

# Do not issue warning message about first page of storage for ia64 gcore
Patch153:       gdb-6.3-ia64-gcore-page0-20050421.patch

# Security errata for untrusted .gdbinit
Patch157:       gdb-6.3-security-errata-20050610.patch

# IA64 sigtramp prev register patch
Patch158:       gdb-6.3-ia64-sigtramp-frame-20050708.patch

# IA64 gcore speed-up patch
Patch160:       gdb-6.3-ia64-gcore-speedup-20050714.patch

# Notify observers that the inferior has been created
Patch161:       gdb-6.3-inferior-notification-20050721.patch

# Fix ia64 info frame bug
Patch162:       gdb-6.3-ia64-info-frame-fix-20050725.patch

# Verify printing of inherited members test
Patch163:       gdb-6.3-inheritancetest-20050726.patch

# Add readnever option
Patch164:       gdb-6.3-readnever-20050907.patch

# Fix ia64 gdb problem with user-specified SIGILL handling
Patch169:       gdb-6.3-ia64-sigill-20051115.patch

# Allow option to continue backtracing past a zero pc value
Patch170:       gdb-6.3-bt-past-zero-20051201.patch

# Use bigger numbers than int.
Patch176:       gdb-6.3-large-core-20051206.patch

# Fix debuginfo addresses resolving for --emit-relocs Linux kernels (BZ 203661).
Patch188:       gdb-6.5-bz203661-emit-relocs.patch

# Security patch: avoid stack overflows in dwarf expression computation.
# CVE-2006-4146
Patch190:       gdb-6.5-dwarf-stack-overflow.patch

# Support TLS symbols (+`errno' suggestion if no pthread is found) (BZ 185337).
Patch194:       gdb-6.5-bz185337-resolve-tls-without-debuginfo-v2.patch

# Fix TLS symbols resolving for shared libraries with a relative pathname.
# The testsuite needs `gdb-6.5-tls-of-separate-debuginfo.patch'.
Patch196:       gdb-6.5-sharedlibrary-path.patch

# Suggest fixing your target architecture for gdbserver(1) (BZ 190810).
# FIXME: It could be autodetected.
Patch199:       gdb-6.5-bz190810-gdbserver-arch-advice.patch

# Testcase for deadlocking on last address space byte; for corrupted backtraces.
Patch211:       gdb-6.5-last-address-space-byte-test.patch

# Improved testsuite results by the testsuite provided by the courtesy of BEA.
Patch208:       gdb-6.5-BEA-testsuite.patch

# Fix readline segfault on excessively long hand-typed lines.
Patch209:       gdb-6.5-readline-long-line-crash.patch
Patch213:       gdb-6.5-readline-long-line-crash-test.patch

# Fix bogus 0x0 unwind of the thread's topmost function clone(3) (BZ 216711).
Patch214:       gdb-6.5-bz216711-clone-is-outermost.patch

# Test sideeffects of skipping ppc .so libs trampolines (BZ 218379).
Patch216:       gdb-6.5-bz218379-ppc-solib-trampoline-test.patch

# Fix lockup on trampoline vs. its function lookup; unreproducible (BZ 218379).
Patch217:       gdb-6.5-bz218379-solib-trampoline-lookup-lock-fix.patch

# Find symbols properly at their original (included) file (BZ 109921).
Patch225:       gdb-6.5-bz109921-DW_AT_decl_file-test.patch

# Update PPC unwinding patches to their upstream variants (BZ 140532).
Patch229:       gdb-6.3-bz140532-ppc-unwinding-test.patch

# Testcase for exec() from threaded program (BZ 202689).
Patch231:       gdb-6.3-bz202689-exec-from-pthread-test.patch

# Backported fixups post the source tarball.
Patch232:       gdb-upstream.patch

# Testcase for PPC Power6/DFP instructions disassembly (BZ 230000).
Patch234:       gdb-6.6-bz230000-power6-disassembly-test.patch

# Temporary support for shared libraries >2GB on 64bit hosts. (BZ 231832)
Patch235:       gdb-6.3-bz231832-obstack-2gb.patch

# Fix debugging GDB itself - the compiled in source files paths (BZ 225783).
Patch241:       gdb-6.6-bz225783-gdb-debuginfo-paths.patch

# Allow running `/usr/bin/gcore' with provided but inaccessible tty (BZ 229517).
Patch245:       gdb-6.6-bz229517-gcore-without-terminal.patch

# Notify user of a child forked process being detached (BZ 235197).
Patch247:       gdb-6.6-bz235197-fork-detach-info.patch

# Avoid too long timeouts on failing cases of "annota1.exp annota3.exp".
Patch254:       gdb-6.6-testsuite-timeouts.patch

# Support for stepping over PPC atomic instruction sequences (BZ 237572).
Patch258:       gdb-6.6-bz237572-ppc-atomic-sequence-test.patch

# Link with libreadline provided by the operating system.
Patch261:       gdb-6.6-readline-system.patch

# Test kernel VDSO decoding while attaching to an i386 process.
Patch263:       gdb-6.3-attach-see-vdso-test.patch

# Do not hang on exit of a thread group leader (BZ 247354).
Patch265:       gdb-6.6-bz247354-leader-exit-fix.patch
Patch266:       gdb-6.6-bz247354-leader-exit-test.patch

# Test leftover zombie process (BZ 243845).
Patch271:       gdb-6.5-bz243845-stale-testing-zombie-test.patch

# New locating of the matching binaries from the pure core file (build-id).
Patch274:       gdb-6.6-buildid-locate.patch
Patch353:       gdb-6.6-buildid-locate-rpm.patch

# Fix displaying of numeric char arrays as strings (BZ 224128).
Patch282:       gdb-6.7-charsign-test.patch

# Test PPC hiding of call-volatile parameter register.
Patch284:       gdb-6.7-ppc-clobbered-registers-O2-test.patch

# Testsuite fixes for more stable/comparable results.
Patch287:       gdb-6.7-testsuite-stable-results.patch

# Test ia64 memory leaks of the code using libunwind.
Patch289:       gdb-6.5-ia64-libunwind-leak-test.patch

# Test hiding unexpected breakpoints on intentional step commands.
Patch290:       gdb-6.5-missed-trap-on-step-test.patch

# Support DW_TAG_interface_type the same way as DW_TAG_class_type (BZ 426600).
Patch293:       gdb-6.7-bz426600-DW_TAG_interface_type-fix.patch
Patch294:       gdb-6.7-bz426600-DW_TAG_interface_type-test.patch

# Test gcore memory and time requirements for large inferiors.
Patch296:       gdb-6.5-gcore-buffer-limit-test.patch

# Test debugging statically linked threaded inferiors (BZ 239652).
#  - It requires recent glibc to work in this case properly.
Patch298:       gdb-6.6-threads-static-test.patch

# Fix #include <asm/ptrace.h> on kernel-headers-2.6.25-0.40.rc1.git2.fc9.x86_64.
Patch304:       gdb-6.7-kernel-headers-compat.patch

# Test GCORE for shmid 0 shared memory mappings.
Patch309:       gdb-6.3-mapping-zero-inode-test.patch

# Test a crash on `focus cmd', `focus prev' commands.
Patch311:       gdb-6.3-focus-cmd-prev-test.patch

# Test various forms of threads tracking across exec() (BZ 442765).
Patch315:       gdb-6.8-bz442765-threaded-exec-test.patch

# Silence memcpy check which returns false positive (sparc64)
Patch317:       gdb-6.8-sparc64-silence-memcpy-check.patch

# Fix memory trashing on binaries from GCC Ada (workaround GCC PR 35998).
Patch318:       gdb-6.8-gcc35998-ada-memory-trash.patch

# Test a crash on libraries missing the .text section.
Patch320:       gdb-6.5-section-num-fixup-test.patch

# Fix compatibility with recent glibc headers.
Patch324:       gdb-6.8-glibc-headers-compat.patch

# Create a single binary `gdb' autodetecting --tui by its argv[0].
Patch326:       gdb-6.8-tui-singlebinary.patch

# Fix PRPSINFO in the core files dumped by gcore (BZ 254229).
Patch329:       gdb-6.8-bz254229-gcore-prpsinfo.patch

# Fix register assignments with no GDB stack frames (BZ 436037).
Patch330:       gdb-6.8-bz436037-reg-no-longer-active.patch

# Make the GDB quit processing non-abortable to cleanup everything properly.
Patch331:       gdb-6.8-quit-never-aborts.patch

# Support DW_TAG_constant for Fortran in recent Fedora/RH GCCs.
Patch332:       gdb-6.8-fortran-tag-constant.patch

# Fix attaching to stopped processes and/or pending signals.
Patch337:       gdb-6.8-attach-signalled-detach-stopped.patch

# Test the watchpoints conditionals works.
Patch343:       gdb-6.8-watchpoint-conditionals-test.patch

# Fix resolving of variables at locations lists in prelinked libs (BZ 466901).
Patch348:       gdb-6.8-bz466901-backtrace-full-prelinked.patch

# The merged branch `archer' of:
Patch349:       gdb-archer.patch
Patch420:       gdb-archer-ada.patch

# Fix parsing elf64-i386 files for kdump PAE vmcore dumps (BZ 457187).
# - Turn on 64-bit BFD support, globally enable AC_SYS_LARGEFILE.
Patch360:       gdb-6.8-bz457187-largefile-test.patch

# New test for step-resume breakpoint placed in multiple threads at once.
Patch381:       gdb-simultaneous-step-resume-breakpoint-test.patch

# Fix GNU/Linux core open: Can't read pathname for load map: Input/output error.
Patch382:       gdb-core-open-vdso-warning.patch

# Fix syscall restarts for amd64->i386 biarch.
Patch391:       gdb-x86_64-i386-syscall-restart.patch

# Fix stepping with OMP parallel Fortran sections (BZ 533176).
Patch392:       gdb-bz533176-fortran-omp-step.patch

# Fix regression by python on ia64 due to stale current frame.
Patch397:       gdb-follow-child-stale-parent.patch

# Workaround ccache making lineno non-zero for command-line definitions.
Patch403:       gdb-ccache-workaround.patch

# Implement `info common' for Fortran.
Patch404:       gdb-fortran-common-reduce.patch
Patch405:       gdb-fortran-common.patch

# Testcase for "Do not make up line information" fix by Daniel Jacobowitz.
Patch407:       gdb-lineno-makeup-test.patch

# Test power7 ppc disassembly.
Patch408:       gdb-ppc-power7-test.patch

# Revert: Add -Wunused-function to compile flags.
Patch412:       gdb-unused-revert.patch

# Fix i386+x86_64 rwatch+awatch before run, regression against 6.8 (BZ 541866).
Patch417:       gdb-bz541866-rwatch-before-run.patch

# Fix crash on C++ types in some debug info files (BZ 575292, Keith Seitz).
# Temporarily workaround the crash of BZ 575292 as there was now BZ 585445.
# Re-enable the BZ 575292 and BZ 585445 C++ fix using an updated patch.
Patch451:       gdb-bz575292-delayed-physname.patch

# Fix crash when using GNU IFUNC call from breakpoint condition.
Patch454:       gdb-bz539590-gnu-ifunc-fix-cond.patch

# Workaround non-stop moribund locations exploited by kernel utrace (BZ 590623).
Patch459:       gdb-moribund-utrace-workaround.patch

# Remove core file when starting a process (BZ 594560).
Patch461:       gdb-bz594560-core-vs-process.patch

# Fix follow-exec for C++ programs (bugreported by Martin Stransky).
Patch470:       gdb-archer-next-over-throw-cxx-exec.patch

# Backport DWARF-4 support (BZ 601887, Tom Tromey).
Patch475:       gdb-bz601887-dwarf4-rh-test.patch

# Print 2D C++ vectors as matrices (BZ 562763, sourceware10659, Chris Moller).
Patch486:       gdb-bz562763-pretty-print-2d-vectors.patch
Patch487:       gdb-bz562763-pretty-print-2d-vectors-libstdcxx.patch

# Fix prelinked executables with sepdebug and copy relocations (BZ 614659).
Patch489:       gdb-bz614659-prelink-dynbss.patch

# Provide /usr/bin/gdb-add-index for rpm-build (Tom Tromey).
Patch491:       gdb-gdb-add-index-script.patch

# Fix gcore from very small terminal windows (BZ 555076).
Patch493:       gdb-bz555076-gcore-small-height.patch

# Out of memory is just an error, not fatal (uninitialized VLS vars, BZ 568248).
Patch496:       gdb-bz568248-oom-is-error.patch

# Workaround false GCC warning(s).
Patch497:       gdb-false-gcc-warning.patch

# Fix readline 5.1 warnings
Patch1000:      readline-5.1-random.patch
# Upstream patch to fix gcc -Werror
Patch1002:      gdb-6.6-buildid-locate-rpm-suse.patch
# Fix build on hppa
Patch1003:      gdb-hppa.patch

BuildRequires:  bison flex gettext glibc-devel ncurses-devel texinfo zlib-devel
%if %{suse_version} < 1020
BuildRequires:  expat
BuildRequires:  libexpat-devel
BuildRequires:  readline-devel
BuildRequires:  zlib-devel
%if 0%{!?_without_python:1}
%if 0%{suse_version} > 1000
Requires:       python-base
BuildRequires:  python-devel
%endif	# 0%{!?_without_python:1}

%if 0%{?_with_testsuite:1}

# Ensure the devel libraries are installed for both multilib arches.
%define bits_local %{?_isa}
%define bits_other %{?_isa}
%if 0%{!?el5:1}
%ifarch s390x
%define bits_other (%{__isa_name}-32)
%else #!s390x
%ifarch ppc
%define bits_other (%{__isa_name}-64)
%else #!ppc
%ifarch sparc64 ppc64 s390x x86_64
%define bits_other (%{__isa_name}-32)
%endif #sparc64 ppc64 s390x x86_64
%endif #!ppc
%endif #!s390x
%endif #!el5

BuildRequires:  dejagnu sharutils
# gcc-objc++ is not covered by the GDB testsuite.
BuildRequires:  gcc gcc-c++ gcc-gfortran gcc-java gcc-objc
# Copied from gcc-4.1.2-32.
%ifarch %{ix86} x86_64 ia64 ppc alpha
BuildRequires:  gcc-ada
BuildRequires:  glibc-devel-32bit
%if 0%{suse_version} > 1120
BuildRequires:  gcc-c++-32bit

%endif # 0%{?_with_testsuite:1}

%ifarch ia64
BuildRequires:  libunwind-devel
Requires:       libunwind

PreReq:         %install_info_prereq

GDB, the GNU debugger, allows you to debug programs written in C, C++,
Java, and other languages, by executing them in a controlled fashion
and printing their data.

%if %{suse_version} > 1010

%package -n gdbserver
License:        GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and GPL+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL and BSD and Public Domain
Summary:        A standalone server for GDB (the GNU source-level debugger)
Group:          Development/Debuggers

%description -n gdbserver
GDB, the GNU debugger, allows you to debug programs written in C, C++,
Java, and other languages, by executing them in a controlled fashion
and printing their data.

This package provides a program that allows you to run GDB on a different
machine than the one which is running the program being debugged.


# This allows the tarball name to be different from our
# version-release name.

%setup -q -n %{gdb_src}

# libstdc++ pretty printers.
# Disabled now for F-14 before rebase.
#tar xjf %{SOURCE4}

# Files have `# <number> <file>' statements breaking VPATH / .
rm -f gdb/ada-exp.c gdb/ada-lex.c gdb/c-exp.c gdb/cp-name-parser.c gdb/f-exp.c
rm -f gdb/jv-exp.c gdb/m2-exp.c gdb/objc-exp.c gdb/p-exp.c

# Apply patches defined above.

# Match the Fedora's version info.
%patch2 -p1

%if 0%{!?_with_upstream:1}

%patch232 -p1
%patch349 -p1
%patch420 -p1
%patch1 -p1
%patch3 -p1

%patch104 -p1
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%patch470 -p1
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%patch486 -p1
# This patch should be applied to gcc-4.5+.src.rpm:
#patch487 -p1
%patch489 -p1
%patch491 -p1
%patch493 -p1
%patch496 -p1
%patch497 -p1

%patch1002 -p1

find -name "*.orig" | xargs rm -f
! find -name "*.rej" # Should not happen.

%endif # 0%{!?_with_upstream:1}

# Change the version that gets printed at GDB startup, so it is SUSE 
# specific.
# Fedora (%{version}-%{release})
# Red Hat Enterprise Linux (%{version}-%{release})
cat > gdb/ << _FOO
SUSE (%{version}-%{release})

# Remove the info and other generated files added by the FSF release
# process.
rm -f libdecnumber/gstdint.h
rm -f bfd/doc/*.info
rm -f bfd/doc/*.info-*
rm -f gdb/doc/*.info
rm -f gdb/doc/*.info-*


# Identify the build directory with the version of gdb as well as the
# architecture, to allow for mutliple versions to be installed and
# built.
# Initially we're in the %{gdb_src} directory.

for fprofile in %{?_with_profile:-fprofile} ""

mkdir %{gdb_build}$fprofile
cd %{gdb_build}$fprofile

# g77 executable is no longer present in Fedora gcc-4.x+.
g77="`which gfortran 2>/dev/null || true`"
test -z "$g77" || ln -s "$g77" ./g77


%if 0%{?_with_debug:1}
# --enable-werror could conflict with `-Wall -O0' but this is no longer true
# for recent GCCs.
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -O0 -ggdb2"

../configure							\
	--prefix=%{_prefix}					\
	--libdir=%{_libdir}					\
	--sysconfdir=%{_sysconfdir}				\
	--mandir=%{_mandir}					\
	--infodir=%{_infodir}					\
	--with-gdb-datadir=%{_datadir}/gdb			\
	--with-pythondir=%{_datadir}/gdb/python			\
	--enable-gdb-build-warnings=,-Wno-unused		\
%ifnarch %{ix86} alpha ia64 ppc s390 s390x x86_64 ppc64 sparcv9 sparc64
	--disable-werror					\
%if 0%{?_with_upstream:1}
	--disable-werror					\
	--enable-werror						\
	--with-separate-debug-dir=/usr/lib/debug		\
	--disable-sim						\
	--disable-rpath						\
	--with-system-readline					\
	--with-expat						\
$(: ppc64 host build crashes on ppc variant of )	\
	--without-libexpat-prefix				\
	--enable-tui						\
%if 0%{!?_without_python:1}
	--with-python						\
	--without-python					\
	--without-rpm						\
%ifarch ia64
	--with-libunwind					\
	--without-libunwind					\
	--enable-64-bit-bfd					\
%if 0%{?_with_debug:1}
	--enable-static --disable-shared --enable-debug		\
%ifarch sparcv9

if [ -z "%{!?_with_profile:no}" ]
  # Run all the configure tests being incompatible with $FPROFILE_CFLAGS.
  make %{?_smp_mflags} configure-host configure-target
  make %{?_smp_mflags} clean

  # Workaround -fprofile-use:
  # linux-x86-low.c:2225: Error: symbol `start_i386_goto' is already defined
  make %{?_smp_mflags} -C gdb/gdbserver linux-x86-low.o

# Global CFLAGS would fail on:
# conftest.c:1:1: error: coverage mismatch for function 'main' while reading counter 'arcs'
if [ "$fprofile" = "-fprofile" ]
elif [ -z "%{!?_with_profile:no}" ]
  # We cannot use -fprofile-dir as the bare filenames clash.
  (cd ../%{gdb_build}-fprofile;
   # It was 333 on x86_64.
   test $(find -name "*.gcda"|wc -l) -gt 300
   find -name "*.gcda" | while read -r i
     ln $i ../%{gdb_build}/$i


if [ "$fprofile" = "-fprofile" ]
  cd gdb
  cp -p gdb gdb-withindex
  PATH="$PWD:$PATH" sh ../../gdb/gdb-add-index $PWD/gdb-withindex
  ./gdb -nx -ex q ./gdb-withindex
  ./gdb -nx -readnow -ex q ./gdb-withindex
  cd ..

cd ..

done	# fprofile

cd %{gdb_build}

make %{?_smp_mflags} info

grep '#define HAVE_ZLIB_H 1' gdb/config.h

# Copy the <sourcetree>/gdb/NEWS file to the directory above it.
cp $RPM_BUILD_DIR/%{gdb_src}/gdb/NEWS $RPM_BUILD_DIR/%{gdb_src}

# Initially we're in the %{gdb_src} directory.
cd %{gdb_build}

%if 0%{!?_with_testsuite:1}
echo ====================TESTSUITE DISABLED=========================
echo ====================TESTING=========================
cd gdb
gcc -o ./orphanripper %{SOURCE2} -Wall -lutil -ggdb2
# Need to use a single --ignore option, second use overrides first.
# No `%{?_smp_mflags}' here as it may race.
# WARNING: can't generate a core file - core tests suppressed - check ulimit
# "readline-overflow.exp" - Testcase is broken, functionality is OK.
  # ULIMIT required for `gdb.base/auxv.exp'.
  ulimit -H -c
  ulimit -c unlimited || :

  # Setup $CHECK as `check//unix/' or `check//unix/-m64' for explicit bitsize.
  # Never use two different bitsizes as it fails on ppc64.
  echo 'int main (void) { return 0; }' >biarch.c
  for BI in -m64 -m32 -m31 ""
    # Do not use size-less options if any of the sizes works.
    # On ia64 there is no -m64 flag while we must not leave a bare `check' here
    # as it would switch over some testing scripts to the backward compatibility
    # mode: when `make check' was executed from inside the testsuite/ directory.
    if [ -z "$BI" -a -n "$CHECK" ];then
    # Do not use $RPM_OPT_FLAGS as the other non-size options will not be used
    # in the real run of the testsuite.
    if ! gcc $BI -o biarch biarch.c
    CHECK="$CHECK check//unix/$BI"
  # Do not try -m64 inferiors for -m32 GDB as it cannot handle inferiors larger
  # than itself.
  # s390 -m31 still uses the standard ELF32 binary format.
  gcc $RPM_OPT_FLAGS -o biarch biarch.c
  RPM_SIZE="$(file ./biarch|sed -n 's/^.*: ELF \(32\|64\)-bit .*$/\1/p')"
  if [ "$RPM_SIZE" != "64" ]
    CHECK="$(echo " $CHECK "|sed 's# check//unix/-m64 # #')"

  # Disable some problematic testcases.
  # RUNTESTFLAGS='--ignore ...' is not used below as it gets separated by the
  # `check//...' target spawn and too much escaping there would be dense.
  for test in				\
    gdb.base/readline-overflow.exp	\
    gdb.base/bigcore.exp		\
  ; do
    mv -f ../../gdb/testsuite/$test ../gdb/testsuite/$test-DISABLED || :

%if 0%{!?_with_upstream:1}
  # Run all the scheduled testsuite runs also in the PIE mode.
  # Upstream GDB would lock up the testsuite run for too long on its failures.
  CHECK="$(echo $CHECK|sed 's#check//unix/[^ ]*#& &/-fPIE/-pie#g')"
%endif # 0%{!?_with_upstream:1}

  ./orphanripper make %{?_smp_mflags} -k $CHECK \
$(: Serialize the output to keep the order for regression checks. ) \
%if 0%{?el5:1}
    RUNTESTFLAGS="--tool gdb" \
    || :
for t in sum log
  for file in testsuite*/gdb.$t
    ln $file gdb-%{_target_platform}$suffix.$t || :
# `tar | bzip2 | uuencode' may have some piping problems in Brew.
tar cjf gdb-%{_target_platform}.tar.bz2 gdb-%{_target_platform}*.{sum,log}
uuencode gdb-%{_target_platform}.tar.bz2 gdb-%{_target_platform}.tar.bz2
cd ../..
echo ====================TESTING END=====================

# Initially we're in the %{gdb_src} directory.
cd %{gdb_build}

make %{?_smp_mflags} install DESTDIR=$RPM_BUILD_ROOT

# install the gcore script in /usr/bin
cp $RPM_BUILD_DIR/%{gdb_src}/gdb/ $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_bindir}/gcore
chmod 755 $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_bindir}/gcore

# Remove the gdb/gdbtui binaries duplicity.
test -x $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_prefix}/bin/gdbtui
ln -sf gdb $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_prefix}/bin/gdbtui
cmp $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_mandir}/*/gdb.1 $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_mandir}/*/gdbtui.1
ln -sf gdb.1 $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_mandir}/*/gdbtui.1

# Disabled now for F-14 before rebase.
#%if 0%{!?_without_python:1}
## Temporarily now:
#for LIB in lib lib64;do
#  LIBPATH="$RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_datadir}/gdb/auto-load%{_prefix}/$LIB"
#  mkdir -p $LIBPATH
#  # basename is being run only for the native (non-biarch) file.
#  sed -e 's,@pythondir@,%{_datadir}/gdb/python,'		\
#      -e 's,@toolexeclibdir@,%{_prefix}/'"$LIB,"		\
#      < $RPM_BUILD_DIR/%{gdb_src}/%{libstdcxxpython}/	\
#      > $LIBPATH/$(basename %{_prefix}/%{_lib}/*)
#test ! -e $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_datadir}/gdb/python/libstdcxx
#cp -a $RPM_BUILD_DIR/%{gdb_src}/%{libstdcxxpython}/libstdcxx	\
#      $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_datadir}/gdb/python/libstdcxx
#%endif # 0%{!?_without_python:1}

# Remove the files that are part of a gdb build but that are owned and
# provided by other packages.
# These are part of binutils

rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_datadir}/locale/
rm -f $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_infodir}/bfd*
rm -f $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_infodir}/standard*
rm -f $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_infodir}/mmalloc*
rm -f $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_infodir}/configure*
rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_includedir}
rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/%{_libdir}/lib{bfd*,opcodes*,iberty*,mmalloc*}

# Delete this too because the dir file will be updated at rpm install time.
# We don't want a gdb specific one overwriting the system wide one.

rm -f $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_infodir}/dir

%if 0%{!?_with_upstream:1}
# pstack obsoletion

cp -p %{SOURCE3} $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_mandir}/man1/gstack.1
%endif	# 0%{!?_with_upstream:1}


# This step is part of the installation of the RPM. Not to be confused
# with the 'make install ' of the build (rpmbuild) process.

# For --excludedocs:
if [ -e %{_infodir}/ ]
  %install_info --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/
  %install_info --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/
  %install_info --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/
  %install_info --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/

if [ $1 = 0 ]
  # For --excludedocs:
  if [ -e %{_infodir}/ ]
    %install_info_delete --delete --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/
    %install_info_delete --delete --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/
    %install_info_delete --delete --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/
    %install_info_delete --delete --info-dir=%{_infodir} %{_infodir}/

%if 0%{!?_with_upstream:1}
%endif	# 0%{!?_with_upstream:1}
# In SLE10 gdbserver is not in a separate package
%if %{suse_version} <= 1010

# don't include the files in include, they are part of binutils

%if %{suse_version} > 1010
%ifnarch sparcv9 hppa

%files -n gdbserver
%ifnarch s390 s390x ia64 ppc