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    1 #!/bin/bash
    2 # zsh handles for-loop in braindead way
    3 
    4 CCNAMES="CC c++ g++ g++2 g++3 g++-2.95 g++-3.0 g++-3.2 g++-3.3 \
    5                               g++-3.4 gcc-4.0 gcc-4.1 gcc-4.2 gcc-4.3 gcc-4.4"
    6 
    7 TESTCC=conftest.cc
    8 TESTEXE=conftest
    9 
   10 test1()
   11 {
   12     cat > $TESTCC <<'EOF'
   13     #define __ENABLE_WSTRING 1
   14     #include <string>
   15     
   16     using namespace std;
   17     
   18     int main(void)
   19     {
   20         wstring test;
   21         test += (wchar_t)5;
   22         return 0;
   23     }
   24 EOF
   25     $1 -o $TESTEXE $TESTCC
   26 }
   27 
   28 test2()
   29 {
   30     cat > $TESTCC <<'EOF'
   31     #include <string>
   32     
   33     using namespace std;
   34     
   35     int main(void)
   36     {
   37         basic_string<unsigned> test;
   38         test += 5;
   39         return 0; 
   40     }
   41 EOF
   42     $1 -o $TESTEXE $TESTCC
   43 }
   44 
   45 echo "Running tests for compilers"
   46 for ccname in $CCNAMES
   47 do
   48     if which $ccname >/dev/null 2>/dev/null; then
   49         printf "%10s " $ccname
   50         c=0
   51         eka=1
   52         for test in test1 test2; do
   53             cmd=''
   54             if $test $ccname 2>/dev/null; then
   55                 cmd=' passes'
   56             else
   57                 if [ $? = 127 ]; then
   58                     cmd=" doesn't exist"
   59                     test=""
   60                 else
   61                     cmd=' fails'
   62                 fi
   63             fi
   64             if [ "$c" = "$cmd" ]; then
   65                 if [ ! "$test" = "" ]; then
   66                     printf ' and'
   67                 fi
   68             else
   69                 if [ "$eka" = 1 ]; then
   70                     eka=0
   71                 else
   72                     printf ","
   73                 fi
   74                 printf "$cmd"
   75                 c="$cmd"
   76             fi
   77             printf " $test"
   78         done
   79         if [ "$c" = 0 ]; then
   80             printf ' fails all tests'
   81         fi
   82         printf "\\n"
   83     fi
   84 done
   85 rm -f $TESTEXE $TESTCC
   86 echo "--"
   87 echo "  Okay, I just tested your compilers."
   88 echo "  As it seems, various gcc versions handle wide-strings"
   89 echo "  in many various ways. This variety makes it difficult"
   90 echo "  to write wide-string-using programs portably."
   91 echo "  I wish you luck."
   92 echo "  If it fails, try changing the wchar_t/wstring definitions"
   93 echo "  near the beginning of htmlrecode.hh ."
   94 echo "Type 'make'"
   95