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# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# GNU Make Standard Library (GMSL)
#
# A library of functions to be used with GNU Make's $(call) that
# provides functionality not available in standard GNU Make.
#
# Copyright (c) 2005-2007 John Graham-Cumming
#
# This file is part of GMSL
#
# Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
# modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
# are met:
#
# Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
# notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
#
# Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
# notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
# documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
#
# Neither the name of the John Graham-Cumming nor the names of its
# contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
# this software without specific prior written permission.
#
# THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
# "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
# LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
# FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
# COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
# INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
# BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
# LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
# CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
# LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
# ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
# POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This is the GNU Make Standard Library version number as a list with
# three items: major, minor, revision
gmsl_version := 1 0 9
# Used to output warnings and error from the library, it's possible to
# disable any warnings or errors by overriding these definitions
# manually or by setting GMSL_NO_WARNINGS or GMSL_NO_ERRORS
__gmsl_name := GNU Make Standard Library
__gmsl_warning = $(warning $(__gmsl_name): $1)
__gmsl_error = $(error $(__gmsl_name): $1)
ifdef GMSL_NO_WARNINGS
__gmsl_warning :=
endif
ifdef GMSL_NO_ERRORS
__gmsl_error :=
endif
# If GMSL_TRACE is enabled then calls to the library functions are
# traced to stdout using warning messages with their arguments
ifdef GMSL_TRACE
__gmsl_tr1 = $(warning $0('$1'))
__gmsl_tr2 = $(warning $0('$1','$2'))
__gmsl_tr3 = $(warning $0('$1','$2','$3'))
else
__gmsl_tr1 :=
__gmsl_tr2 :=
__gmsl_tr3 :=
endif
# Figure out whether we have $(eval) or not (GNU Make 3.80 and above)
# if we do not then output a warning message, if we do then some
# functions will be enabled.
__gmsl_have_eval := $(false)
__gmsl_ignore := $(eval __gmsl_have_eval := $(true))
# See if we have $(lastword) (GNU Make 3.81 and above)
__gmsl_have_lastword := $(lastword $(false) $(true))
# See if we have native or and and (GNU Make 3.81 and above)
__gmsl_have_or := $(if $(filter-out undefined, \
$(origin or)),$(call or,$(true),$(false)))
__gmsl_have_and := $(if $(filter-out undefined, \
$(origin and)),$(call and,$(true),$(true)))
ifneq ($(__gmsl_have_eval),$(true))
$(call __gmsl_warning,GNU Make $(MAKE_VERSION) does not support $$(eval): some functions disabled)
endif
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: gmsl_compatible
# Arguments: List containing the desired library version number (maj min rev)
# Returns: $(true) if this version of the library is compatible
# with the requested version number, otherwise $(false)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
gmsl_compatible = $(strip \
$(if $(call gt,$(word 1,$1),$(word 1,$(gmsl_version))), \
$(false), \
$(if $(call lt,$(word 1,$1),$(word 1,$(gmsl_version))), \
$(true), \
$(if $(call gt,$(word 2,$1),$(word 2,$(gmsl_version))), \
$(false), \
$(if $(call lt,$(word 2,$1),$(word 2,$(gmsl_version))), \
$(true), \
$(call lte,$(word 3,$1),$(word 3,$(gmsl_version))))))))
# ###########################################################################
# LOGICAL OPERATORS
# ###########################################################################
# not is defined in gmsl
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: and
# Arguments: Two boolean values
# Returns: Returns $(true) if both of the booleans are true
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
ifneq ($(__gmsl_have_and),$(true))
and = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $1,$(if $2,$(true),$(false)),$(false))
endif
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: or
# Arguments: Two boolean values
# Returns: Returns $(true) if either of the booleans is true
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
ifneq ($(__gmsl_have_or),$(true))
or = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $1$2,$(true),$(false))
endif
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: xor
# Arguments: Two boolean values
# Returns: Returns $(true) if exactly one of the booleans is true
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
xor = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $1,$(if $2,$(false),$(true)),$(if $2,$(true),$(false)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: nand
# Arguments: Two boolean values
# Returns: Returns value of 'not and'
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
nand = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $1,$(if $2,$(false),$(true)),$(true))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: nor
# Arguments: Two boolean values
# Returns: Returns value of 'not or'
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
nor = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $1$2,$(false),$(true))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: xnor
# Arguments: Two boolean values
# Returns: Returns value of 'not xor'
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
xnor =$(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $1,$(if $2,$(true),$(false)),$(if $2,$(false),$(true)))
# ###########################################################################
# LIST MANIPULATION FUNCTIONS
# ###########################################################################
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: first (same as LISP's car, or head)
# Arguments: 1: A list
# Returns: Returns the first element of a list
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
first = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(firstword $1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: last
# Arguments: 1: A list
# Returns: Returns the last element of a list
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
ifeq ($(__gmsl_have_lastword),$(true))
last = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(lastword $1)
else
last = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(if $1,$(word $(words $1),$1))
endif
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: rest (same as LISP's cdr, or tail)
# Arguments: 1: A list
# Returns: Returns the list with the first element removed
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
rest = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(wordlist 2,$(words $1),$1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: chop
# Arguments: 1: A list
# Returns: Returns the list with the last element removed
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
chop = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(wordlist 2,$(words $1),x $1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: map
# Arguments: 1: Name of function to $(call) for each element of list
# 2: List to iterate over calling the function in 1
# Returns: The list after calling the function on each element
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
map = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(strip $(foreach a,$2,$(call $1,$a)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: pairmap
# Arguments: 1: Name of function to $(call) for each pair of elements
# 2: List to iterate over calling the function in 1
# 3: Second list to iterate over calling the function in 1
# Returns: The list after calling the function on each pair of elements
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
pairmap = $(strip $(__gmsl_tr3)\
$(if $2$3,$(call $1,$(call first,$2),$(call first,$3)) \
$(call pairmap,$1,$(call rest,$2),$(call rest,$3))))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: leq
# Arguments: 1: A list to compare against...
# 2: ...this list
# Returns: Returns $(true) if the two lists are identical
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
leq = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(strip $(if $(call seq,$(words $1),$(words $2)), \
$(call __gmsl_list_equal,$1,$2),$(false)))
__gmsl_list_equal = $(if $(strip $1), \
$(if $(call seq,$(call first,$1),$(call first,$2)), \
$(call __gmsl_list_equal, \
$(call rest,$1), \
$(call rest,$2)), \
$(false)), \
$(true))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: lne
# Arguments: 1: A list to compare against...
# 2: ...this list
# Returns: Returns $(true) if the two lists are different
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
lne = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call not,$(call leq,$1,$2))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: reverse
# Arguments: 1: A list to reverse
# Returns: The list with its elements in reverse order
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
reverse =$(__gmsl_tr1)$(strip $(if $1,$(call reverse,$(call rest,$1)) \
$(call first,$1)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: uniq
# Arguments: 1: A list from which to remove repeated elements
# Returns: The list with duplicate elements removed without reordering
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
uniq = $(strip $(__gmsl_tr1)$(if $1,$(call uniq,$(call chop,$1)) \
$(if $(filter $(call last,$1),$(call chop,$1)),,$(call last,$1))))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: length
# Arguments: 1: A list
# Returns: The number of elements in the list
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
length = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(words $1)
# ###########################################################################
# STRING MANIPULATION FUNCTIONS
# ###########################################################################
# Helper function that translates any GNU Make 'true' value (i.e. a
# non-empty string) to our $(true)
__gmsl_make_bool = $(if $(strip $1),$(true),$(false))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: seq
# Arguments: 1: A string to compare against...
# 2: ...this string
# Returns: Returns $(true) if the two strings are identical
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
seq = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $(filter-out xx,x$(subst $1,,$2)$(subst $2,,$1)x),$(false),$(true))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: sne
# Arguments: 1: A string to compare against...
# 2: ...this string
# Returns: Returns $(true) if the two strings are not the same
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
sne = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call not,$(call seq,$1,$2))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: split
# Arguments: 1: The character to split on
# 2: A string to split
# Returns: Splits a string into a list separated by spaces at the split
# character in the first argument
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
split = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(strip $(subst $1, ,$2))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: merge
# Arguments: 1: The character to put between fields
# 2: A list to merge into a string
# Returns: Merges a list into a single string, list elements are separated
# by the character in the first argument
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
merge = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(strip $(if $2, \
$(if $(call seq,1,$(words $2)), \
$2,$(call first,$2)$1$(call merge,$1,$(call rest,$2)))))
ifdef __gmsl_have_eval
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: tr
# Arguments: 1: The list of characters to translate from
# 2: The list of characters to translate to
# 3: The text to translate
# Returns: Returns the text after translating characters
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
tr = $(__gmsl_tr3)$(strip $(eval __gmsl_t := $3) \
$(foreach c, \
$(join $(addsuffix :,$1),$2), \
$(eval __gmsl_t := \
$(subst $(word 1,$(subst :, ,$c)),$(word 2,$(subst :, ,$c)), \
$(__gmsl_t))))$(__gmsl_t))
# Common character classes for use with the tr function. Each of
# these is actually a variable declaration and must be wrapped with
# $() or ${} to be used.
[A-Z] := A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #
[a-z] := a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z #
[0-9] := 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 #
[A-F] := A B C D E F #
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: uc
# Arguments: 1: Text to upper case
# Returns: Returns the text in upper case
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
uc = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(call tr,$([a-z]),$([A-Z]),$1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: lc
# Arguments: 1: Text to lower case
# Returns: Returns the text in lower case
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
lc = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(call tr,$([A-Z]),$([a-z]),$1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: strlen
# Arguments: 1: A string
# Returns: Returns the length of the string
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
__gmsl_characters := A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
__gmsl_characters += a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w y z
__gmsl_characters += 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
__gmsl_characters += ` ~ ! @ \# $$ % ^ & * ( ) - _ = +
__gmsl_characters += { } [ ] \ : ; ' " < > , . / ? |
# Aside: if you read the above you might think that the lower-case
# letter x is missing, and that that's an error. It is missing, but
# it's not an error. __gmsl_characters is used by the strlen
# function. strlen works by transforming every character and space
# into the letter x and then counting the x's. Since there's no need
# to transform x into x I omitted it.
# This results in __gmsl_space containing just a space
__gmsl_space :=
__gmsl_space +=
strlen = $(strip $(eval __temp := $(subst $(__gmsl_space),x,$1))$(foreach a,$(__gmsl_characters),$(eval __temp := $$(subst $$a,x,$(__temp))))$(eval __temp := $(subst x,x ,$(__temp)))$(words $(__temp)))
# This results in __gmsl_newline containing just a newline
define __gmsl_newline
endef
# This results in __gmsl_tab containing a tab
__gmsl_tab := #
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: substr
# Arguments: 1: A string
# 2: Start position (first character is 1)
# 3: End position (inclusive)
# Returns: A substring.
# Note: The string in $1 must not contain a �
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
substr = $(strip $(eval __temp := $$(subst $$(__gmsl_space),� ,$$1))$(foreach a,$(__gmsl_characters),$(eval __temp := $$(subst $$a,$$a$$(__gmsl_space),$(__temp))))$(eval __temp := $(wordlist $2,$3,$(__temp))))$(subst �,$(__gmsl_space),$(subst $(__gmsl_space),,$(__temp)))
endif # __gmsl_have_eval
# ###########################################################################
# SET MANIPULATION FUNCTIONS
# ###########################################################################
# Sets are represented by sorted, deduplicated lists. To create a set
# from a list use set_create, or start with the empty_set and
# set_insert individual elements
# This is the empty set
empty_set :=
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set_create
# Arguments: 1: A list of set elements
# Returns: Returns the newly created set
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set_create = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(sort $1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set_insert
# Arguments: 1: A single element to add to a set
# 2: A set
# Returns: Returns the set with the element added
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set_insert = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(sort $1 $2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set_remove
# Arguments: 1: A single element to remove from a set
# 2: A set
# Returns: Returns the set with the element removed
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set_remove = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(filter-out $1,$2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set_is_member
# Arguments: 1: A single element
# 2: A set
# Returns: Returns $(true) if the element is in the set
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set_is_member = $(if $(filter $1,$2),$(true),$(false))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set_union
# Arguments: 1: A set
# 2: Another set
# Returns: Returns the union of the two sets
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set_union = $(sort $1 $2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set_intersection
# Arguments: 1: A set
# 2: Another set
# Returns: Returns the intersection of the two sets
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set_intersection = $(filter $1,$2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set_is_subset
# Arguments: 1: A set
# 2: Another set
# Returns: Returns $(true) if the first set is a subset of the second
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set_is_subset = $(call set_equal,$(call set_intersection,$1,$2),$1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set_equal
# Arguments: 1: A set
# 2: Another set
# Returns: Returns $(true) if the two sets are identical
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set_equal = $(call seq,$1,$2)
# ###########################################################################
# ARITHMETIC LIBRARY
# ###########################################################################
# Integers a represented by lists with the equivalent number of x's.
# For example the number 4 is x x x x. The maximum integer that the
# library can handle as _input_ is __gmsl_input_int which is defined
# here as 65536
__gmsl_sixteen := x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
__gmsl_input_int := $(foreach a,$(__gmsl_sixteen), \
$(foreach b,$(__gmsl_sixteen), \
$(foreach c,$(__gmsl_sixteen), \
$(__gmsl_sixteen)))))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_decode
# Arguments: 1: A number of x's representation
# Returns: Returns the integer for human consumption that is represented
# by the string of x's
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_decode = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(words $1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_encode
# Arguments: 1: A number in human-readable integer form
# Returns: Returns the integer encoded as a string of x's
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_encode = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(wordlist 1,$1,$(__gmsl_input_int))
# The arithmetic library functions come in two forms: one form of each
# function takes integers as arguments and the other form takes the
# encoded form (x's created by a call to int_encode). For example,
# there are two plus functions:
#
# plus Called with integer arguments and returns an integer
# int_plus Called with encoded arguments and returns an encoded result
#
# plus will be slower than int_plus because its arguments and result
# have to be translated between the x's format and integers. If doing
# a complex calculation use the int_* forms with a single encoding of
# inputs and single decoding of the output. For simple calculations
# the direct forms can be used.
# Helper function used to wrap an int_* function into a function that
# takes a pair of integers, perhaps a function and returns an integer
# result
__gmsl_int_wrap = $(call int_decode,$(call $1,$(call int_encode,$2),$(call int_encode,$3)))
__gmsl_int_wrap1 = $(call int_decode,$(call $1,$(call int_encode,$2)))
__gmsl_int_wrap2 = $(call $1,$(call int_encode,$2),$(call int_encode,$3))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_plus
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# 2: Another number in x's represntation
# Returns: Returns the sum of the two numbers in x's representation
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_plus = $(strip $(__gmsl_tr2)$1 $2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: plus (wrapped version of int_plus)
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# 2: Another integer
# Returns: Returns the sum of the two integers
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
plus = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap,int_plus,$1,$2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_subtract
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# 2: Another number in x's represntation
# Returns: Returns the difference of the two numbers in x's representation,
# or outputs an error on a numeric underflow
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_subtract = $(strip $(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $(call int_gte,$1,$2), \
$(filter-out xx,$(join $1,$2)), \
$(call __gmsl_warning,Subtraction underflow)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: subtract (wrapped version of int_subtract)
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# 2: Another integer
# Returns: Returns the difference of the two integers,
# or outputs an error on a numeric underflow
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
subtract = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap,int_subtract,$1,$2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_multiply
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# 2: Another number in x's represntation
# Returns: Returns the product of the two numbers in x's representation
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_multiply = $(strip $(__gmsl_tr2)$(foreach a,$1,$2))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: multiply (wrapped version of int_multiply)
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# 2: Another integer
# Returns: Returns the product of the two integers
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
multiply = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap,int_multiply,$1,$2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_divide
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# 2: Another number in x's represntation
# Returns: Returns the result of integer division of argument 1 divided
# by argument 2 in x's representation
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_divide = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(strip $(if $2, \
$(if $(call int_gte,$1,$2), \
x $(call int_divide,$(call int_subtract,$1,$2),$2),), \
$(call __gmsl_error,Division by zero)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: divide (wrapped version of int_divide)
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# 2: Another integer
# Returns: Returns the integer division of the first argument by the second
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
divide = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap,int_divide,$1,$2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_max, int_min
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# 2: Another number in x's represntation
# Returns: Returns the maximum or minimum of its arguments in x's
# representation
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_max = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(subst xx,x,$(join $1,$2))
int_min = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(subst xx,x,$(filter xx,$(join $1,$2)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: max, min
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# 2: Another integer
# Returns: Returns the maximum or minimum of its integer arguments
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
max = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap,int_max,$1,$2)
min = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap,int_min,$1,$2)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_gt, int_gte, int_lt, int_lte, int_eq, int_ne
# Arguments: Two x's representation numbers to be compared
# Returns: $(true) or $(false)
#
# int_gt First argument greater than second argument
# int_gte First argument greater than or equal to second argument
# int_lt First argument less than second argument
# int_lte First argument less than or equal to second argument
# int_eq First argument is numerically equal to the second argument
# int_ne First argument is not numerically equal to the second argument
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_gt = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_make_bool, \
$(filter-out $(words $2), \
$(words $(call int_max,$1,$2))))
int_gte = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_make_bool, \
$(call int_gt,$1,$2)$(call int_eq,$1,$2))
int_lt = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_make_bool, \
$(filter-out $(words $1), \
$(words $(call int_max,$1,$2))))
int_lte = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_make_bool, \
$(call int_lt,$1,$2)$(call int_eq,$1,$2))
int_eq = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_make_bool, \
$(filter $(words $1),$(words $2)))
int_ne = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_make_bool, \
$(filter-out $(words $1),$(words $2)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: gt, gte, lt, lte, eq, ne
# Arguments: Two integers to be compared
# Returns: $(true) or $(false)
#
# gt First argument greater than second argument
# gte First argument greater than or equal to second argument
# lt First argument less than second argument
# lte First argument less than or equal to second argument
# eq First argument is numerically equal to the second argument
# ne First argument is not numerically equal to the second argument
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
gt = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap2,int_gt,$1,$2)
gte = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap2,int_gte,$1,$2)
lt = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap2,int_lt,$1,$2)
lte = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap2,int_lte,$1,$2)
eq = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap2,int_eq,$1,$2)
ne = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap2,int_ne,$1,$2)
# increment adds 1 to its argument, decrement subtracts 1. Note that
# decrement does not range check and hence will not underflow, but
# will incorrectly say that 0 - 1 = 0
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_inc
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# Returns: The number incremented by 1 in x's representation
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_inc = $(strip $(__gmsl_tr1)$1 x)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: inc
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# Returns: The argument incremented by 1
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
inc = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap1,int_inc,$1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_dec
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# Returns: The number decremented by 1 in x's representation
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_dec = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(strip $(if $(call sne,0,$(words $1)), \
$(wordlist 2,$(words $1),$1), \
$(call __gmsl_warning,Decrement underflow)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: dec
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# Returns: The argument decremented by 1
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
dec = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap1,int_dec,$1)
# double doubles its argument, and halve halves it
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_double
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# Returns: The number doubled (i.e. * 2) and returned in x's representation
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_double = $(strip $(__gmsl_tr1)$1 $1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: double
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# Returns: The integer times 2
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
double = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap1,int_double,$1)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: int_halve
# Arguments: 1: A number in x's representation
# Returns: The number halved (i.e. / 2) and returned in x's representation
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
int_halve = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(strip $(subst xx,x,$(filter-out xy x y, \
$(join $1,$(foreach a,$1,y x)))))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: halve
# Arguments: 1: An integer
# Returns: The integer divided by 2
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
halve = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(call __gmsl_int_wrap1,int_halve,$1)
ifdef __gmsl_have_eval
# ###########################################################################
# ASSOCIATIVE ARRAYS
# ###########################################################################
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: set
# Arguments: 1: Name of associative array
# 2: The key value to associate
# 3: The value associated with the key
# Returns: None
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
set = $(__gmsl_tr3)$(eval __gmsl_aa_$1_$2 = $3)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: get
# Arguments: 1: Name of associative array
# 2: The key to retrieve
# Returns: The value stored in the array for that key
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
get = $(strip $(__gmsl_tr2)$(if $(filter-out undefined,$(origin __gmsl_aa_$1_$2)), \
$(__gmsl_aa_$1_$2)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: keys
# Arguments: 1: Name of associative array
# Returns: Returns a list of all defined keys in the array
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
keys = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(sort $(patsubst __gmsl_aa_$1_%,%, \
$(filter __gmsl_aa_$1_%,$(.VARIABLES))))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: defined
# Arguments: 1: Name of associative array
# 2: The key to test
# Returns: Returns true if the key is defined (i.e. not empty)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
defined = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(call sne,$(call get,$1,$2),)
endif # __gmsl_have_eval
ifdef __gmsl_have_eval
# ###########################################################################
# NAMED STACKS
# ###########################################################################
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: push
# Arguments: 1: Name of stack
# 2: Value to push onto the top of the stack (must not contain
# a space)
# Returns: None
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
push = $(__gmsl_tr2)$(eval __gmsl_stack_$1 := $2 $(if $(filter-out undefined,\
$(origin __gmsl_stack_$1)),$(__gmsl_stack_$1)))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: pop
# Arguments: 1: Name of stack
# Returns: Top element from the stack after removing it
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
pop = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(strip $(if $(filter-out undefined,$(origin __gmsl_stack_$1)), \
$(call first,$(__gmsl_stack_$1)) \
$(eval __gmsl_stack_$1 := $(call rest,$(__gmsl_stack_$1)))))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: peek
# Arguments: 1: Name of stack
# Returns: Top element from the stack without removing it
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
peek = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(call first,$(__gmsl_stack_$1))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: depth
# Arguments: 1: Name of stack
# Returns: Number of items on the stack
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
depth = $(__gmsl_tr1)$(words $(__gmsl_stack_$1))
endif # __gmsl_have_eval
# ###########################################################################
# DEBUGGING FACILITIES
# ###########################################################################
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Target: gmsl-print-%
# Arguments: The % should be replaced by the name of a variable that you
# wish to print out.
# Action: Echos the name of the variable that matches the % and its value.
# For example, 'make gmsl-print-SHELL' will output the value of
# the SHELL variable
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
gmsl-print-%: ; @echo $* = $($*)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: assert
# Arguments: 1: A boolean that must be true or the assertion will fail
# 2: The message to print with the assertion
# Returns: None
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
assert = $(if $1,,$(call __gmsl_error,Assertion failure: $2))
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function: assert_exists
# Arguments: 1: Name of file that must exist, if it is missing an assertion
# will be generated
# Returns: None
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
assert_exists = $(call assert,$(wildcard $1),file '$1' missing)