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Tentative fix for ./configure problem with wget on CentOS with lib32 and lib64 libraries

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1#! /bin/sh
2
3PACKAGES=`pwd`
4cd ../..
5GSDLHOME=`pwd`
6cd $PACKAGES
7
8GSDLOS=`uname -s |tr 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ' 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz'`
9# check for running bash under cygwin
10if test "`echo $GSDLOS | sed 's/cygwin//'`" != "$GSDLOS" ;
11then
12 GSDLOS=windows
13fi
14if test "x$crossOS" != "x" ; then
15  # Override derived value with value explicitly provided in crossOS
16  GSDLOS=$crossOS
17fi
18
19prefix=""
20bindir=""
21HOSTTARGETFLAGS=""
22
23# only some of the packages can take environment variables as options to
24# configure
25# format is VAR=value, e.g "LDFLAGS=-static"
26ENVIRONMENT=""
27
28# WVWARE compilation enabled by default, can switch it off with --disable-wvware
29USE_WVWARE=true
30# GDBM compilation enabled by default, can switch it off with --disable-gdbm
31USE_GDBM=true
32# JDBM compilation enabled by default, can switch it off with --disable-jdbm
33USE_JDBM=true
34# SQLite support enabled by default, can switch it off with --disable-sqlite
35USE_SQLITE=true
36# yaz compilation enabled by default, can switch it off with --disable-yaz
37USE_YAZ=true
38# z3950 server disabled by default, switch it on with --enable-z3950
39USE_Z3950=false
40# CORBA support disabled by default, switch it on with --enable-corba
41USE_CORBA=false
42MICO_DIR=default
43
44# parse any arguments given from toplevel configure
45while test $# -ne 0; do
46    case "$1" in
47    --cache-file=*)
48        cache_filename=`echo $1 | sed s/--cache-file=//`
49        # turn relative path into an absolute path
50        cache_dir=`echo $cache_filename | sed 's@/[^/]*$@@'`
51        cache_dir=`cd $cache_dir 2>/dev/null && pwd`
52
53        cache_basefile=`echo $cache_filename | sed 's@.*/@@'`
54        cache_file="$cache_dir/$cache_basefile"
55        if test ! -f "$cache_file"; then
56        CACHE_FILE=""
57        else
58        CACHE_FILE="--cache-file=$cache_file"
59        fi
60        ;;
61    --disable-wvware)
62        USE_WVWARE=false
63        ;;
64    --disable-gdbm)
65        USE_GDBM=false
66        ;;
67    --disable-jdbm)
68        USE_JDBM=false
69        ;;
70    --disable-sqlite)
71        USE_SQLITE=false
72        ;;
73    --disable-yaz)
74        USE_YAZ=false
75        ;;
76    --enable-z3950)
77        USE_Z3950=true
78        ;;
79    --enable-corba)
80        USE_CORBA=true
81        ;;
82    --with-micodir=*)
83        if test $1 = ""; then
84          $1 = "default"
85            fi
86        MICO_DIR=$1
87        ;;       
88    --prefix=*)
89        prefix=`echo $1 | sed s/--prefix=//`
90        ;;
91    --bindir=*)
92        # where to install binaries to
93        bindir=`echo $1 | sed s/--bindir=//`
94        # turn relative path into an absolute path
95        if test -d "$bindir" ; then
96          bindir=`cd "$bindir" ; pwd `
97          cd "$PACKAGES"
98        elif test -z `echo $bindir | sed '/^\// p;D'` ; then
99          rel_bindir="`echo $bindir | sed s@/.*@@`"
100          cd "$rel_bindir"
101          bindir="`pwd`/`echo $bindir | sed s@^[^/]*/@@`"
102          cd "$PACKAGES"
103        else
104          # bindir doesn't exist, and isn't relative
105          true
106        fi
107        ;;
108    --host=* | --target=* | --build=*)
109        HOSTTARGETFLAGS="$HOSTTARGETFLAGS $1"
110        ;;
111    *)
112        # ignore all other options for now
113        ;;
114    esac
115    shift
116done
117
118# note! Our GSDL package currently always installs into it's source
119# directory, ignoring any --prefix given to configure.
120# When this is fixed, uncomment the relevant lines below...
121
122##if test -z "$prefix" ; then
123prefix="${GSDLHOME}"
124##fi
125
126##if test -z "$bindir" ; then
127bindir="${prefix}/bin/$GSDLOS"
128##fi
129
130libdir="${prefix}/lib/$GSDLOS"
131
132# This loads the top configure's cache file, with variables already set.
133if test -f "$cache_file" ; then
134  . $cache_file
135fi
136
137# we assume that gzip and tar are on the search path.
138# non-GNU versions of tar don't take the -z option.
139
140
141
142# The way common-src compiles up expat during the configure stage itself,
143# configure openssl (needs to be done before wget)
144# and compile openssl during the configure stage itself.
145# Needed by wget for https support
146
147echo ""
148echo "Configuring openssl"
149echo ""
150cd "$PACKAGES/openssl"
151openssl_pkgname=openssl-1.0.2l
152#openssl_pkgname=openssl-1.1.0f
153if test ! -d $openssl_pkgname ;
154then
155  gzip -dc $openssl_pkgname.tar.gz | tar -xf -
156fi
157cd $openssl_pkgname
158
159# configure
160# see the INSTALL file for OpenSSL to see config options for openssl
161# --prefix indicates where the generated lib, include and bin folders will go
162# --openssldir will contain the manuals and other non-essentials
163# BEWARE: The defaults for --prefix and meaning of --openssldir differ between
164# versions of openssl. In the earlier version (1.0.* like 1.0.2l), if
165# --prefix is not supplied, then the generated lib, include and bin folders
166# will also go into --openssldir.
167# In the newer version 1.1.* 1.1.0f, if --prefix is not supplied, it will
168# try to install the generated lib, include and bin folders into a system place.
169# So better to provide both --openssldir and --prefix, for both openssl versions
170# to compile succesfully.
171# If you ever want to have the .a libraries that building openssl generates,
172# then point the --prefix to the $bindir. We currently don't need to put them
173# into $bindir/openssl for wget to use, since wget is built against openssl's
174# static libraries and therefore wget doesn't need these when running.
175
176# for 64 bit Macs, need to run ./Configure with darwin64-x86_64-cc, rather than ./config
177# To overcome an error in openssl's perl script determining the LLVM version, we also need force the
178# compilers to be GNU since Clang comes back with an LLVM version that doesn't work out
179stored_CC=$CC
180stored_CXX=$CXX
181if [[ "x$GSDLOS" == "xdarwin" ]] && [[ `uname -m` == *"64" ]] ; then
182    export CC="gcc"
183    export CXX="g++"
184    echo ./Configure --openssldir=$PACKAGES/openssl no-shared darwin64-x86_64-cc
185    #CC="gcc" CXX="g++" ./Configure --openssldir=$PACKAGES/openssl no-shared darwin64-x86_64-cc
186    ./Configure --openssldir=$PACKAGES/openssl no-shared darwin64-x86_64-cc
187else
188    echo ./config --prefix=$PACKAGES/openssl --openssldir=$PACKAGES/openssl no-shared
189    ./config --prefix=$PACKAGES/openssl --openssldir=$PACKAGES/openssl no-shared
190fi
191# make
192echo make
193make
194# make install
195echo make install
196make install
197# restore the compile flags
198export CC=$stored_CC
199export CXX=$stored_CXX
200
201# GS3 needs the now-built openssl to set up https. So we copy (hardlink?) the necessary openssl stuff
202# Copying is perhaps OK: <12Mb without the manual or 14.4Mb with manuals.
203# to GSDL3SRCHOME/bin/$GSDLOS. Not sure if GSDL3SRCHOME is even set during configure
204# if this is a GS3 installation. But we have $GSDLHOME.
205cd $PACKAGES
206gs3_bin_osdir=../../../bin/$GSDLOS
207if [[ -f ../../../gs3-setup.sh ]] && [[ -d $gs3_bin_osdir ]] ; then
208    # get rid of any openssl copy from a previous installation
209    if [ -d $gs3_bin_osdir/openssl ] ; then
210    rm -rf $gs3_bin_osdir/openssl
211    fi
212    mkdir $gs3_bin_osdir/openssl
213    cp -r $PACKAGES/openssl/bin $PACKAGES/openssl/certs $PACKAGES/openssl/include $PACKAGES/openssl/lib $PACKAGES/openssl/misc $PACKAGES/openssl/private $gs3_bin_osdir/openssl/.
214fi
215
216# now move the include, lib and bin folders to the correct place
217
218# configure the wvWare Word document converter
219echo ""
220echo "Configuring wvWare"
221echo ""
222
223# datadir flag is for default location of wvHtml.xml config file
224if test x$USE_WVWARE = xtrue ;
225then
226
227  # Look to see if gnome-lib extension is present and if so, source its devel.bash file
228  if [ -d ../../ext/gnome-lib ] ; then
229    pushd ../../ext/gnome-lib
230    source ./devel.bash
231    popd
232  fi
233
234  if [ -d ../../../ext/gnome-lib-minimal ] ; then
235    pushd ../../../ext/gnome-lib-minimal
236    source ./devel.bash
237    popd
238  fi
239
240  cd "$PACKAGES/wv"
241  if [ "x$GSDLOS" = "xdarwin" ]; then
242    WV_LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -framework CoreFoundation -framework Carbon"
243  else
244    WV_LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS"
245  fi
246  gzip -dc wv-1.2.4-gs.tar.gz | tar -xf - 
247  cd wv-gs && \
248  ./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix=$PACKAGES/wv --bindir="$bindir" --libdir="$libdir" --datadir="$prefix/etc/packages" $HOSTTARGETFLAGS --disable-shared --enable-static LDFLAGS="$WV_LDFLAGS"
249else
250  echo "wvWare support disabled."
251  echo "  add '--enable-wvware' to the configure command to include wvWare support."
252  echo ""
253fi
254
255if test x$? = x1 ;
256then
257  echo "Configuration of wvWare failed."
258  exit 1
259fi
260
261# configure the pdftohtml converter
262echo ""
263echo "Configuring pdftohtml"
264echo ""
265
266cd "$PACKAGES/pdftohtml"
267gzip -dc pdftohtml_0_36_gs.tar.gz | tar -xf -
268cd pdftohtml_gs && \
269./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix="$prefix" --bindir="$bindir" $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $ENVIRONMENT
270
271if test x$? = x1 ;
272then
273  echo "Configuration of pdftohtml failed."
274  exit 1
275fi
276
277# rtftohtml converter
278echo ""
279echo "Configuring rtftohtml"
280echo ""
281
282cd "$PACKAGES/rtftohtml"
283gzip -dc rtftohtml-gs.tar.gz | tar -xf -
284cd rtftohtml_src && \
285./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix="$prefix" --bindir="$bindir" $HOSTTARGETFLAGS
286
287if test x$? = x1 ;
288then
289  echo "Configuration of rtftohtml failed."
290  exit 1
291fi
292
293# On darwin, the wget binary that we build (in $GSDLHOME/bin/$GSDLOS/wget)
294# finds a system libiconv, as you'll notice when you run "otool -L wget"
295# That's because we expressly don't compile up libiconv on Macs anymore,
296# as the Mac system will have the right libiconv installed.
297
298# configure wget
299#wget_pkgname=wget-1.15-gs
300wget_pkgname=wget-1.17.1-gs
301#wget_pkgname=wget-1.19-gs
302echo ""
303echo "Configuring wget"
304echo ""
305cd "$PACKAGES/wget"
306gzip -dc $wget_pkgname.tar.gz | tar -xf -
307if test x$crossOS = "xandroid" ;
308then
309  wget_extraargs="gl_cv_header_working_stdint_h=yes ac_cv_func_getopt_long_only=no"
310else
311  wget_extraargs=
312fi
313
314# When compiling wget-1.15-gs without openssl as before:
315#./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix=$PACKAGES/wget --without-ssl --bindir="$bindir" -disable-nls $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $wget_extraargs
316
317# We weren't compiling up wget statically before either and we still aren't
318# However, to compile up wget (statically or not) with openssl, as we do now to support retrieving from https urls, see
319# https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9817337/compiling-wget-with-static-linking-self-compiled-openssl-library-linking-issu
320# Note: contrary to the instructions at the link, if the cppflags and ldflags are set during the
321# configure stage, as we now do, then the make command needn't additionally set them as well.
322# So just make, make install works thereafter
323
324echo copying "$PACKAGES/wget/wgetrc-gs.in" file to "$bindir/wgetrc"
325cp "$PACKAGES/wget/wgetrc-gs.in" "$bindir/wgetrc"
326echo cd "$PACKAGES/wget/$wget_pkgname"
327
328# for wget-1.15-gs. (can also try adding --localstatedir="$bindir/wget" --enable-iri)
329##echo CPPFLAGS="-I$PACKAGES/openssl/include $CPPFLAGS" LDFLAGS="-L$PACKAGES/openssl/lib $LDFLAGS" ./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix=$PACKAGES/wget --with-ssl=openssl --bindir="$bindir" -disable-nls $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $wget_extraarg
330##cd "$PACKAGES/wget/$wget_pkgname" && \
331##CPPFLAGS="-I$PACKAGES/openssl/include $CPPFLAGS" LDFLAGS="-L$PACKAGES/openssl/lib $LDFLAGS" ./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix=$PACKAGES/wget --with-ssl=openssl --bindir="$bindir" -disable-nls $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $wget_extraargs
332
333# for wget-1.17.1-gs and wget-1.19-gs (can also try adding --localstatedir="$bindir/wget" --enable-iri)
334# The following ran in to a problem on a Linux (centos) machine with lib32 and lib64 libraries.  It tested for
335# openssl/lib64 when in fact the folder we produce is 'openssl/lib' causing ./configure to bail
336#echo OPENSSL_CFLAGS="-I$PACKAGES/openssl/include" OPENSSL_LIBS="-L$PACKAGES/openssl/lib -lssl -lcrypto" ./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix=$PACKAGES/wget --with-ssl=openssl --with-openssl=auto --with-libssl-prefix="$PACKAGES/openssl" --bindir="$bindir" -disable-nls $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $wget_extraargs
337#cd "$PACKAGES/wget/$wget_pkgname" && \
338#OPENSSL_CFLAGS="-I$PACKAGES/openssl/include" OPENSSL_LIBS="-L$PACKAGES/openssl/lib -lssl -lcrypto" ./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix=$PACKAGES/wget --with-ssl=openssl --with-openssl=auto --with-libssl-prefix="$PACKAGES/openssl" --bindir="$bindir"  -disable-nls $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $wget_extraargs
339
340
341echo OPENSSL_CFLAGS="-I$PACKAGES/openssl/include" OPENSSL_LIBS="-L$PACKAGES/openssl/lib -lssl -lcrypto -lz -ldl" ./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix=$PACKAGES/wget --with-ssl=openssl --with-openssl=auto --bindir="$bindir" -disable-nls $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $wget_extraargs
342cd "$PACKAGES/wget/$wget_pkgname" && \
343OPENSSL_CFLAGS="-I$PACKAGES/openssl/include" OPENSSL_LIBS="-L$PACKAGES/openssl/lib -lssl -lcrypto -lz -ldl" ./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix=$PACKAGES/wget --with-ssl=openssl --with-openssl=auto --bindir="$bindir"  -disable-nls $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $wget_extraargs
344
345
346
347if test x$? = x1 ;
348then
349  echo "Configuration of wget failed."
350  exit 1
351fi
352
353# configure XML::Parser perl module
354echo ""
355echo "Configuring XML::Parser"
356echo ""
357cd "$PACKAGES/cpan"
358
359perl_dir=`echo 'my $vn = sprintf("%vd", $^V); $vn =~ s/\.\d+?$//; print "perl-$vn";' | perl`
360
361gzip -dc XML-Parser-2.41.tar.gz | tar -xf -
362cd "$PACKAGES/cpan/XML-Parser-2.41" && \
363
364perl Makefile.PL \
365  PREFIX="$GSDLHOME/perllib/cpan/XML" \
366  INSTALLSITELIB="$GSDLHOME/perllib/cpan/$perl_dir" \
367  INSTALLSITEARCH="$GSDLHOME/perllib/cpan/$perl_dir" \
368  INSTALLMAN1DIR="$GSDLHOME/perllib/cpan/$perl_dir" \
369  INSTALLMAN3DIR="$GSDLHOME/perllib/cpan/$perl_dir" \
370  SITEPREFIX="$GSDLHOME/perllib/cpan" \
371  EXPATINCPATH="$GSDLHOME/common-src/packages/expat/include" \
372  EXPATLIBPATH="$GSDLHOME/common-src/packages/expat/lib"
373
374if test x$? = x1 ;
375then
376  echo "Configuration of XML-Parser failed."
377  exit 1
378fi
379
380# configure powerpoint converter
381echo ""
382echo "Configuring xlhtml (powerpoint & excel converter)"
383echo ""
384cd "$PACKAGES/xlhtml"
385gzip -dc xlhtml-0.4.9.0-gs.tar.gz | tar -xf -
386cd xlhtml-0.4.9.0 && \
387./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix="$prefix" --bindir="$bindir" $HOSTTARGETFLAGS
388
389if test x$? = x1 ;
390then
391  echo "Configuration of xlhtml failed."
392  exit 1
393fi
394
395# configure IsisGdl program
396echo ""
397echo "Configuring IsisGdl (CDS/ISIS database reader)"
398echo ""
399cd "$PACKAGES/isis-gdl" && \
400./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix="$prefix" --bindir="$bindir" $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $ENVIRONMENT
401
402if test x$? = x1 ;
403then
404  echo "Configuration of IsisGdl failed."
405  exit 1
406fi
407
408# configure HTMLTidy program
409echo ""
410echo "Configuring HTMLTidy"
411echo ""
412cd "$PACKAGES/html-tidy"
413gzip -dc tidy.tgz | tar -xf -
414cd "$PACKAGES/html-tidy/tidy" && \
415./configure $CACHE_FILE --prefix="$prefix" --bindir="$bindir" $HOSTTARGETFLAGS $ENVIRONMENT
416
417if test x$? = x1 ;
418then
419  echo "Configuration of HTMLTidy failed."
420  exit 1
421fi
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