configure.in   [plain text]



AC_INIT(pkg-config.1)

AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(pkg-config, 0.23)
AM_MAINTAINER_MODE

AM_CONFIG_HEADER(config.h)

AM_PROG_LIBTOOL

AC_PROG_CC

AC_DEFUN([PKG_CONFIG_FIND_PC_PATH],
[AC_ARG_WITH(pc_path,
 [  --with-pc-path          Override the default search path for .pc files ],
 [ pc_path="$withval"
   AC_MSG_CHECKING([for default search path for .pc files])
   AC_MSG_RESULT([$pc_path])],
 [pc_path='${libdir}/pkgconfig:${datadir}/pkgconfig'])
 AC_SUBST([pc_path])

])

PKG_CONFIG_FIND_PC_PATH

#
# Code taken from gtk+-2.0's configure.in.
#
# This causes pkg-config to not list private dependencies (a very
# common example is libm) on platforms which support inter-library
# dependencies.

AC_ARG_ENABLE(indirect-deps,
        [AC_HELP_STRING([--enable-indirect-deps],
                              [list both direct and indirect dependencies.])
AC_HELP_STRING([--disable-indirect-deps],
                              [only list direct dependencies.])
    [default=auto]],use_indirect_deps=$enableval,
    [use_indirect_deps=auto])
echo use_indirect_deps=$use_indirect_deps >&AS_MESSAGE_LOG_FD
AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to list both direct and indirect dependencies])
case $use_indirect_deps in
  auto)
    deplibs_check_method=`(./libtool --config; echo eval echo \$deplibs_check_method) | sh`
    if test "X$deplibs_check_method" = Xnone; then
    echo "foo: $deplibs_check_method" >&AS_MESSAGE_LOG_FD
      use_indirect_deps=yes
    else
      use_indirect_deps=no
    fi
  ;;
  yes|no)
  ;;
  *) AC_MSG_ERROR([Value given to --enable-indirect-deps must be one of yes, no
or auto])
  ;;
esac
AC_MSG_RESULT($use_indirect_deps)

#
# Choose default CFLAGS and warnings depending on compiler.
#

WARN_CFLAGS=""
if test "${GCC}" = "yes" && test "${ac_env_CFLAGS_set}" != "set"; then
   WARN_CFLAGS="-g -Wall -O2"
fi
AC_SUBST(WARN_CFLAGS)

AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(ENABLE_INDIRECT_DEPS, `test $use_indirect_deps = no; echo $?`, [Link library to all dependent libraries, not only directly needed ones])

AC_MSG_CHECKING([for Win32])
case "$host" in
  *-*-mingw*)
    native_win32=yes
  ;;
  *)
    native_win32=no
  ;;
esac
AC_MSG_RESULT([$native_win32])

case "$libdir" in
*lib64) AC_DEFINE(PREFER_LIB64,1,[Define if your native architecture defines libdir to be $prefix/lib64 instead of $prefix/lib.]) ;;
*) : ;;
esac

if test x$native_win32 = xyes; then
  # On Win32, use the normal installed GLib.  Yes, this is a circular
  # dependency. But then, only experienced hackers that presumably can
  # work around that will be building pkg-config and GLib on Win32
  # anyway (especially using the auto*/configure/libtool
  # mechanism). Others use prebuilt versions.
  #
  # These are correct for GLib 2.x
  GLIB_CFLAGS="-I$includedir/glib-2.0 -I$libdir/glib-2.0/include"
  GLIB_LIBS="-L$libdir -lglib-2.0 -liconv -lintl"
  use_installed_glib=yes
else
  use_installed_glib=no
  AC_ARG_WITH([installed-glib],
    [  --with-installed-glib   Use installed Glib-2.x], [
    if test x$withval = xyes; then
      # Not on Win32, but the user requested to use the installed Glib-2.x,
      # therefore we may assume that (some older version of) pkg-config can
      # be found in the users PATH (otherwise we simply ignore the request).
      AC_CHECK_PROGS([PKG_CONFIG], [pkg-config], [])
      if test -n $PKG_CONFIG && $PKG_CONFIG --exists glib-2.0; then
	GLIB_CFLAGS=`$PKG_CONFIG --cflags glib-2.0`
	GLIB_LIBS=`$PKG_CONFIG --libs glib-2.0`
	use_installed_glib=yes
      fi
    fi
  ])
fi # !use_installed_glib

AM_CONDITIONAL(USE_INSTALLED_GLIB, test x$use_installed_glib = xyes)

if test x$use_installed_glib = xyes; then
  AC_DEFINE(USE_INSTALLED_GLIB, 1, [We are using an installed GLib])
  AC_SUBST(GLIB_LIBS)
  AC_SUBST(GLIB_CFLAGS)

else
  AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS(glib-1.2.10)
fi # !native_win32

AC_FUNC_ALLOCA

AC_CHECK_FUNCS(setresuid setreuid,break)
AC_CHECK_HEADERS([dirent.h unistd.h sys/wait.h])

AC_OUTPUT([Makefile check/Makefile])