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From wr...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: apr-util/build fixwin32mak.pl
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2001 15:22:32 GMT
wrowe       01/03/08 07:22:32

  Added:       build    fixwin32mak.pl
  Log:
    Script to fix apr-util's path for apr in the win32 .mak files... always
    run whenever exporting the .mak files, and always _before_ the copy of
    this script in httpd-2.0/build, if this is a checkout for that project.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.1                  apr-util/build/fixwin32mak.pl
  
  Index: fixwin32mak.pl
  ===================================================================
  #
  # fixwin32mak.pl ::: Apache/Win32 maintanace program
  #
  # This program, launched from the build/ directory, replaces all nasty absoulute paths
  # in the win32 .mak files with the appropriate relative root.
  #
  # Run this program prior to committing or packaging any newly exported make files.
  
  use Cwd;
  use IO::File;
  use File::Find;
  
  chdir '..';
  $root = cwd;
  # ignore our own direcory (allowing us to move into any parallel tree)
  $root =~ s|^.:(.*)/.*?$|cd "$1|;
  $root =~ s|/|\\\\|g;
  print "Testing " . $root . "\n";
  find(\&fixcwd, '.');
  
  sub fixcwd { 
      if (m|.mak$|) {
  # note repl is broken... isn't freindly to directories with periods.
  	$repl = $File::Find::dir;
  # replace ./ with the parent (moving into any parallel tree)
          $repl =~ s|^\./|../|;
  # replace each directory in this path with .. to get back to our root
          $repl =~ s|[^/]+|..|g;
          $repl =~ s|/|\\|;
          $oname = $_;
  	$tname = '.#' . $_;
  	$verchg = 0;
  print "Processing " . $_ . "\n";
  	$srcfl = new IO::File $_, "r" || die;
  	$dstfl = new IO::File $tname, "w" || die;
  	while ($src = <$srcfl>) {
  	    if ($src =~ s|^(\s*)$root|$1cd "$repl|) {
  		$verchg = -1;
  	    }
              print $dstfl $src; 
  	}
  	undef $srcfl;
  	undef $dstfl;
  	if ($verchg) {
  	    unlink $oname || die;
  	    rename $tname, $oname || die;
  	    print "Corrected absolute paths within " . $oname . " in " . $File::Find::dir . "\n";

  	}
  	else {
  	    unlink $tname;
  	}
      }
  }
  
  
  

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