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## automake - create Makefile.in from Makefile.am ## Copyright (C) 2001-2020 Free Software Foundation, Inc. ## This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify ## it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by ## the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) ## any later version. ## This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, ## but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of ## MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the ## GNU General Public License for more details. ## You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License ## along with this program. If not, see <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. am__tty_colors_dummy = \ mgn= red= grn= lgn= blu= brg= std=; \ am__color_tests=no am__tty_colors = { \ $(am__tty_colors_dummy); \ if test "X$(AM_COLOR_TESTS)" = Xno; then \ am__color_tests=no; \ elif test "X$(AM_COLOR_TESTS)" = Xalways; then \ am__color_tests=yes; \ ## If stdout is a non-dumb tty, use colors. If test -t is not supported, ## then this check fails; a conservative approach. Of course do not ## redirect stdout here, just stderr. elif test "X$$TERM" != Xdumb && { test -t 1; } 2>/dev/null; then \ am__color_tests=yes; \ fi; \ if test $$am__color_tests = yes; then \ red=''; \ grn=''; \ lgn=''; \ blu=''; \ mgn=''; \ brg=''; \ std=''; \ fi; \ } .PHONY: check-TESTS if !%?SERIAL_TESTS% include inst-vars.am ## New parallel test driver. ## ## The first version of the code here was adapted from check.mk, which was ## originally written at EPITA/LRDE, further developed at Gostai, then made ## its way from GNU coreutils to end up, largely rewritten, in Automake. ## The current version is an heavy rewrite of that, to allow for support ## of more test metadata, and the use of custom test drivers and protocols ## (among them, TAP). am__recheck_rx = ^[ ]*:recheck:[ ]* am__global_test_result_rx = ^[ ]*:global-test-result:[ ]* am__copy_in_global_log_rx = ^[ ]*:copy-in-global-log:[ ]* # A command that, given a newline-separated list of test names on the # standard input, print the name of the tests that are to be re-run # upon "make recheck". am__list_recheck_tests = $(AWK) '{ \ ## By default, we assume the test is to be re-run. recheck = 1; \ while ((rc = (getline line < ($$0 ".trs"))) != 0) \ { \ if (rc < 0) \ { \ ## If we've encountered an I/O error here, there are three possibilities: ## ## [1] The '.log' file exists, but the '.trs' does not; in this case, ## we "gracefully" recover by assuming the corresponding test is ## to be re-run (which will re-create the missing '.trs' file). ## ## [2] Both the '.log' and '.trs' files are missing; this means that ## the corresponding test has not been run, and is thus *not* to ## be re-run. ## ## [3] We have encountered some corner-case problem (e.g., a '.log' or ## '.trs' files somehow made unreadable, or issues with a bad NFS ## connection, or whatever); we don't handle such corner cases. ## if ((getline line2 < ($$0 ".log")) < 0) \ recheck = 0; \ break; \ } \ else if (line ~ /$(am__recheck_rx)[nN][Oo]/) \ ## A directive explicitly specifying the test is *not* to be re-run. { \ recheck = 0; \ break; \ } \ else if (line ~ /$(am__recheck_rx)[yY][eE][sS]/) \ { \ ## A directive explicitly specifying the test *is* to be re-run. break; \ } \ ## else continue with the next iteration. }; \ if (recheck) \ print $$0; \ ## Don't leak open file descriptors, as this could cause serious ## problems when there are many tests (yes, even on Linux). close ($$0 ".trs"); \ close ($$0 ".log"); \ }' # A command that, given a newline-separated list of test names on the # standard input, create the global log from their .trs and .log files. am__create_global_log = $(AWK) ' \ function fatal(msg) \ { \ print "fatal: making $@: " msg | "cat >&2"; \ exit 1; \ } \ function rst_section(header) \ { \ print header; \ len = length(header); \ for (i = 1; i <= len; i = i + 1) \ printf "="; \ printf "\n\n"; \ } \ { \ ## By default, we assume the test log is to be copied in the global log, ## and that its result is simply "RUN" (i.e., we still don't know what ## it outcome was, but we know that at least it has run). copy_in_global_log = 1; \ global_test_result = "RUN"; \ while ((rc = (getline line < ($$0 ".trs"))) != 0) \ { \ if (rc < 0) \ fatal("failed to read from " $$0 ".trs"); \ if (line ~ /$(am__global_test_result_rx)/) \ { \ sub("$(am__global_test_result_rx)", "", line); \ sub("[ ]*$$", "", line); \ global_test_result = line; \ } \ else if (line ~ /$(am__copy_in_global_log_rx)[nN][oO]/) \ copy_in_global_log = 0; \ }; \ if (copy_in_global_log) \ { \ rst_section(global_test_result ": " $$0); \ while ((rc = (getline line < ($$0 ".log"))) != 0) \ { \ if (rc < 0) \ fatal("failed to read from " $$0 ".log"); \ print line; \ }; \ printf "\n"; \ }; \ ## Don't leak open file descriptors, as this could cause serious ## problems when there are many tests (yes, even on Linux). close ($$0 ".trs"); \ close ($$0 ".log"); \ }' # Restructured Text title. am__rst_title = { sed 's/.*/ & /;h;s/./=/g;p;x;s/ *$$//;p;g' && echo; } # Solaris 10 'make', and several other traditional 'make' implementations, # pass "-e" to $(SHELL), and POSIX 2008 even requires this. 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