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AC_INIT([libburn], [1.5.3], [http://libburnia-project.org])
AC_PREREQ([2.50])
dnl AC_CONFIG_HEADER([config.h])
AC_CANONICAL_HOST
AC_CANONICAL_TARGET
LIBBURNIA_SET_FLAGS
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([subdir-objects])
AC_CONFIG_MACRO_DIR([./])
dnl Notes about version numbers and .so numbers:
dnl
dnl Regrettably the meaning of the various version types was misunderstood
dnl before version 0.4.1.
dnl
dnl In the past MAJOR.MINOR.MICRO versions led to the following SONAME numbers:
dnl 0.2.2 = 2 , 0.2.3 = 3 , 0.2.6 = 6
dnl 0.3.0 = 0 , 0.3.2 = 2 , 0.3.4 = 4 . 0.3.6 = 6 , 0.3.8 = 4
dnl 0.4.0 = 0 (also released as SONAME 4)
dnl
dnl Meanwhile the following schemes are maintained in parallel:
dnl
dnl BURN_MAJOR_VERSION , BURN_MINOR_VERSION , BURN_MICRO_VERSION
dnl are three small non-negative integers which describe the evolution
dnl steps of the library.
dnl Older applications are able to use younger libraries over
dnl quite a long range of such steps. Some day, nevertheless,
dnl compatibility might get terminated, after due notice.
dnl
dnl SONAME (libburn.so.4)
dnl is a small positive integer which marks a family of compatible
dnl evolution steps. Libraries with a particular SONAME allow a binary
dnl with the same SONAME to start up. Any further compatibility check is to
dnl be done by own runtime means. Especially *_version() calls in the API
dnl which return BURN_MAJOR_VERSION, BURN_MINOR_VERSION, BURN_MICRO_VERSION.
dnl See below.
dnl
dnl CURRENT, AGE, REVISION
dnl are three integers used by libtool. CURRENT is positive, the others
dnl non-negative. The use at runtime is not known yet. But libtool computes
dnl at build time SONAME = CURRENT - AGE.
dnl So this is a superspace of the SONAME version space. To avoid
dnl ill SONAME, the value of CURRENT must be larger than AGE.
dnl See also http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/manual.html#Interfaces
dnl
dnl On Linux the name of the dynamic library will be
dnl libburn.so.$SONAME.$AGE.$REV
dnl In the terminology of this file:
dnl CURRENT = LT_CURRENT
dnl AGE = LT_AGE
dnl REVISION= LT_REVISION
dnl
dnl Beginning with libburn-0.4.1 a rectified counting was introduced as
dnl CURRENT=10, REVISION=1, AGE=6
dnl This rectification declared that version to be binary compatible up
dnl from libburn-0.3.4.
dnl Real compatibility was given since libburn-0.3.2.
dnl Beware of libburn-0.2.6 which had SONAME=6 and is not binary compatible.
dnl Applications for libburn-0.2 to libburn-0.3.1 need recompilation but no
dnl source code changes.
dnl
dnl Neatly versioned stable releases meanwhile:
dnl 0.4.2 = libburn.so.4.7.0
dnl 0.4.4 = libburn.so.4.9.0
dnl 0.4.6 = libburn.so.4.11.0
dnl 0.4.8 = libburn.so.4.13.0
dnl 0.5.0 = libburn.so.4.15.0
dnl 0.5.2 = libburn.so.4.17.0
dnl 0.5.4 = libburn.so.4.19.0
dnl 0.5.6 = libburn.so.4.21.0
dnl 0.5.8 = libburn.so.4.23.0
dnl 0.6.0 = libburn.so.4.25.0
dnl 0.6.2 = libburn.so.4.27.0
dnl 0.6.4 = libburn.so.4.29.0
dnl 0.6.6 = libburn.so.4.31.0
dnl 0.6.8 = libburn.so.4.33.0
dnl 0.7.0 = libburn.so.4.35.0
dnl 0.7.2 = libburn.so.4.37.0
dnl 0.7.4 = libburn.so.4.39.0
dnl 0.7.6 = libburn.so.4.41.0
dnl 0.7.8 = libburn.so.4.43.0
dnl 0.8.0 = libburn.so.4.45.0
dnl 0.8.2 = libburn.so.4.47.0
dnl 0.8.4 = libburn.so.4.49.0
dnl 0.8.6 = libburn.so.4.51.0
dnl 0.8.8 = libburn.so.4.53.0
dnl 0.9.0 = libburn.so.4.55.0
dnl 1.0.0 = libburn.so.4.57.0
dnl 1.0.2 = libburn.so.4.59.0
dnl 1.0.4 = libburn.so.4.61.0
dnl 1.0.6 = libburn.so.4.63.0
dnl 1.1.0 = libburn.so.4.65.0
dnl 1.1.4 = libburn.so.4.67.0
dnl 1.1.6 = libburn.so.4.69.0
dnl 1.1.8 = libburn.so.4.71.0
dnl 1.2.0 = libburn.so.4.73.0
dnl 1.2.2 = libburn.so.4.75.0
dnl 1.2.4 = libburn.so.4.77.0
dnl 1.2.6 = libburn.so.4.79.0
dnl 1.2.8 = libburn.so.4.81.0
dnl 1.3.0 = libburn.so.4.83.0
dnl 1.3.2 = libburn.so.4.85.0
dnl 1.3.4 = libburn.so.4.87.0
dnl 1.3.6 = libburn.so.4.89.0
dnl 1.3.8 = libburn.so.4.91.0
dnl 1.4.0 = libburn.so.4.93.0
dnl 1.4.2 = libburn.so.4.95.0
dnl 1.4.4 = libburn.so.4.97.0
dnl 1.4.6 = libburn.so.4.99.0
dnl 1.4.8 = libburn.so.4.101.0
dnl 1.5.0 = libburn.so.4.103.0
dnl 1.5.2 = libburn.so.4.105.0
dnl
dnl So LT_CURRENT, LT_REVISION and LT_AGE get set directly here.
dnl SONAME of the emerging library is LT_CURRENT - LT_AGE.
dnl The linker will do no finer checks. Especially no age range check for
dnl the application binary. If SONAME matches, then the couple starts.
dnl
dnl Therefore at run time info is provided by libburn function burn_version().
dnl It returns the major, minor and micro revision of the library.
dnl Before using any API feature, a program should check for age.
dnl
dnl The variables BURN_*_VERSION are mere copies for informing libtool.
dnl The true values which get issued and should be compared are macros
dnl defined in libburn/libburn.h .
dnl
dnl Normally one can allow a program to run with a library which passed the
dnl linker SONAME test and which is not older than the library it was
dnl developed for. Library2 is younger than library1 if:
dnl major2>major1 || (major2==major1 &&
dnl (minor2>minor1 || (minor2==minor1 && micro2 > micro1)))
dnl
dnl If BURN_*_VERSION changes, be sure to change AC_INIT above to match.
dnl
dnl As said: Only copies. Original in libburn/libburn.h : burn_header_version_*
BURN_MAJOR_VERSION=1
BURN_MINOR_VERSION=5
BURN_MICRO_VERSION=3
BURN_VERSION=$BURN_MAJOR_VERSION.$BURN_MINOR_VERSION.$BURN_MICRO_VERSION
AC_SUBST(BURN_MAJOR_VERSION)
AC_SUBST(BURN_MINOR_VERSION)
AC_SUBST(BURN_MICRO_VERSION)
AC_SUBST(BURN_VERSION)
dnl Libtool versioning
LT_RELEASE=$BURN_MAJOR_VERSION.$BURN_MINOR_VERSION.$BURN_MICRO_VERSION
dnl
dnl ### This is the release version libburn-1.5.2
dnl This is the development version after above release version
dnl ### LT_CURRENT++, LT_AGE++ has not yet happened.
dnl LT_CURRENT++, LT_AGE++ has happened meanwhile.
dnl
dnl SONAME = 110 - 106 = 4 . Linux library name = libburn.so.4.106.0
LT_CURRENT=110
LT_AGE=106
LT_REVISION=0
LT_CURRENT_MINUS_AGE=`expr $LT_CURRENT - $LT_AGE`
AC_SUBST(LT_RELEASE)
AC_SUBST(LT_CURRENT)
AC_SUBST(LT_REVISION)
AC_SUBST(LT_AGE)
AC_SUBST(LT_CURRENT_MINUS_AGE)
dnl ts A71207: This is done only not to break any old components
BURN_INTERFACE_AGE=$LT_REVISION
BURN_BINARY_AGE=`expr $LT_AGE + $BURN_INTERFACE_AGE`
AC_SUBST(BURN_INTERFACE_AGE)
AC_SUBST(BURN_BINARY_AGE)
AC_PREFIX_DEFAULT([/usr/local])
test "$prefix" = "NONE" && prefix=$ac_default_prefix
dnl ts B90405 : Disabled on advise of Ross Burton
dnl AM_MAINTAINER_MODE
AM_PROG_CC_C_O
AC_C_CONST
AC_C_INLINE
AC_C_BIGENDIAN
dnl Large file support
AC_SYS_LARGEFILE
AC_FUNC_FSEEKO
AC_CHECK_FUNC([fseeko])
if test ! $ac_cv_func_fseeko; then
AC_ERROR([Libburn requires largefile support.])
fi
AC_PROG_LIBTOOL
AC_SUBST(LIBTOOL_DEPS)
# LIBTOOL="$LIBTOOL --silent"
AC_PROG_INSTALL
AC_CHECK_HEADERS()
THREAD_LIBS=-lpthread
AC_SUBST(THREAD_LIBS)
TARGET_SHIZZLE
AC_SUBST(ARCH)
AC_SUBST(LIBBURNIA_PKGCONFDIR)
AC_SUBST(LIBBURN_ARCH_LIBS)
dnl ts A90303
dnl Check the preconditions for using statvfs() in sg-dummy
dnl (sg-linux and sg-freebsd use statvfs() unconditionally)
STATVFS_DEF=-DLibburn_os_has_statvfS
AC_CHECK_HEADER(sys/statvfs.h, X=, STATVFS_DEF=)
AC_CHECK_FUNC([statvfs], X=, STATVFS_DEF=)
dnl If this would be done more specifically in Makefile.am
dnl via libburn_libburn_la_CFLAGS then undesired .o file names would emerge
CFLAGS="$STATVFS_DEF $CFLAGS"
dnl ts A91122
AC_ARG_ENABLE(track-src-odirect,
[ --enable-track-src-odirect Banned for now: (Enable use of O_DIRECT with track input, default=no)],
, enable_track_src_odirect=no)
if test x$enable_track_src_odirect = xyes; then
# LIBBURN_O_DIRECT_DEF="-DLibburn_read_o_direcT"
# echo "enabled use of O_DIRECT with track input"
echo "REFUSED to enable use of O_DIRECT with track input because of cdrskin multi-track bug"
else
LIBBURN_O_DIRECT_DEF=
echo "disabled use of O_DIRECT with track input"
fi
dnl Avoid the need for libburn_libburn_la_CFLAGS in Makefile.am (ugly .o names)
dnl ### AC_SUBST(LIBBURN_O_DIRECT_DEF)
CFLAGS="$LIBBURN_O_DIRECT_DEF $CFLAGS"
dnl ts A91116
AC_ARG_ENABLE(dvd-obs-64k,
[ --enable-dvd-obs-64k 64 KB default size for DVD writing, default=no],
, enable_dvd_obs_64k=no)
if test x$enable_dvd_obs_64k = xyes; then
LIBBURN_DVD_OBS_64K="-DLibburn_dvd_obs_default_64K"
echo "enabled write size default 64 KB on DVD"
else
LIBBURN_DVD_OBS_64K=
echo "disabled write size default 64 KB on DVD"
fi
CFLAGS="$LIBBURN_DVD_OBS_64K $CFLAGS"
dnl ts B20413
AC_ARG_ENABLE(dvd-obs-pad,
[ --enable-dvd-obs-pad pad DVD DAO sessions to 32 or 64 KB, default=no],
, enable_dvd_obs_pad=no)
if test x$enable_dvd_obs_pad = xyes; then
LIBBURN_DVD_OBS_PAD="-DLibburn_dvd_always_obs_paD"
echo "enabled padding of DVD DAO sessions to 32 or 64 KB"
else
LIBBURN_DVD_OBS_64K=
echo "disabled padding of DVD DAO sessions to 32 or 64 KB"
fi
CFLAGS="$LIBBURN_DVD_OBS_PAD $CFLAGS"
dnl ts A91218 - B21002
case $host_os in
cygwin*|mingw*)
default_libcdio=yes
;;
*)
default_libcdio=no
;;
esac
# Check for proper library versions if this is desired.
# (It fails too often on too many systems.)
AC_ARG_ENABLE(pkg-check-modules,
[ --enable-pkg-check-modules Enable pkg-config check for libcdio , default=no],
, enable_pkg_check_modules=no)
AC_ARG_ENABLE(libcdio,
[ --enable-libcdio Enable use of libcdio as system adapter, default=no (except on MSWindows)],
, enable_libcdio=$default_libcdio)
PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG
if test x$enable_libcdio = xyes; then
dnl Check whether there is libcdio-devel and libcdio-runtime.
dnl If not, erase this macro
LIBCDIO_DEF="-DLibburn_use_libcdiO"
dnl The empty yes case obviously causes -lcdio to be linked
AC_CHECK_HEADER(cdio/cdio.h, AC_CHECK_LIB(cdio, mmc_last_cmd_sense, , LIBCDIO_DEF= ), LIBCDIO_DEF= )
else
LIBCDIO_DEF=
fi
if test x$LIBCDIO_DEF = x
then
if test x$enable_libcdio = xyes
then
echo "WARNING: could not enable use of libcdio as system adapter"
fi
else
echo "enabled use of libcdio as system adapter"
CFLAGS="$LIBCDIO_DEF $CFLAGS"
if test x$enable_pkg_check_modules = xyes; then
LIBCDIO_REQUIRED=0.83
PKG_CHECK_MODULES(LIBCDIO, libcdio >= $LIBCDIO_REQUIRED)
else
echo "checking for LIBCDIO... skipped, no --enable-pkg-check-modules"
fi
fi
dnl ts B70127
# There are Linuxes with no public generic SCSI interface
LIBBURNIA_CHECK_LINUX_SCSI
dnl ts B00704
# Library versioning normally serves a complex purpose.
# Since libburn obeys strict ABI backward compatibility, it needs only the
# simple feature to declare function names "global:" or "local:". Only the
# global ones are visible to applications at library load time.
AC_ARG_ENABLE(versioned-libs,
[ --enable-versioned-libs Enable strict symbol encapsulation , default=yes],
, enable_versioned_libs=yes)
if test x$enable_versioned_libs = xyes; then
vers_libs_test=no
LIBBURN_ASSERT_VERS_LIBS
if test x$vers_libs_test = xno
then
echo "disabled strict symbol encapsulation (test failed)"
else
echo "enabled strict symbol encapsulation"
fi
else
echo "disabled strict symbol encapsulation"
fi
# Check for system dependent mandatory libraries (LIBBURN_ARCH_LIBS)
LIBBURNIA_CHECK_ARCH_LIBS(mandatory)
AC_ARG_ENABLE(ldconfig-at-install,
[ --enable-ldconfig-at-install On GNU/Linux run ldconfig, default=yes],
, ldconfig_at_install=yes)
if test x$ldconfig_at_install = xyes; then
dummy=dummy
else
LIBBURNIA_LDCONFIG_CMD="echo 'NOTE: ldconfig is disabled. If needed, configure manually for:'"
echo "disabled run of ldconfig during installation on GNU/Linux"
fi
AC_SUBST(LIBBURNIA_LDCONFIG_CMD)
dnl Add compiler-specific flags
dnl See if the user wants aggressive optimizations of the code
AC_ARG_ENABLE(debug,
[ --enable-debug Disable aggressive optimizations [default=yes]],
, enable_debug=yes)
if test x$enable_debug != xyes; then
if test x$GCC = xyes; then
CFLAGS="-O3 $CFLAGS"
CFLAGS="-fexpensive-optimizations $CFLAGS"
fi
CFLAGS="-DNDEBUG $CFLAGS"
else
if test x$GCC = xyes; then
CFLAGS="-g -pedantic -Wall -Wextra -Wno-unused-parameter -Wno-char-subscripts $CFLAGS"
fi
CFLAGS="-DDEBUG $CFLAGS"
fi
dnl Determine target directory for libburn-*.pc
dnl Important: Must be performed _after_ TARGET_SHIZZLE
dnl
LIBBURNIA_SET_PKGCONFIG
AC_CONFIG_FILES([
Makefile
doc/doxygen.conf
version.h
libburn-1.pc
])
AC_OUTPUT