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__revision__ = "src/setup.py 5134 2010/08/16 23:02:40 bdeegan"
import os
import os.path
import stat
import sys
Version = "2.0.1"
man_pages = [
'scons.1',
'sconsign.1',
'scons-time.1',
]
(head, tail) = os.path.split(sys.argv[0])
if head:
os.chdir(head)
sys.argv[0] = tail
is_win32 = 0
if not sys.platform == 'win32':
try:
if sys.argv[1] == 'bdist_wininst':
is_win32 = 1
except IndexError:
pass
else:
is_win32 = 1
try:
import distutils
import distutils.core
import distutils.command.install
import distutils.command.install_data
import distutils.command.install_lib
import distutils.command.install_scripts
import distutils.command.build_scripts
except ImportError:
sys.stderr.write("""Could not import distutils.
Building or installing SCons from this package requires that the Python
distutils be installed. See the README or README.txt file from this
package for instructions on where to find distutils for installation on
your system, or on how to install SCons from a different package.
""")
sys.exit(1)
_install = distutils.command.install.install
_install_data = distutils.command.install_data.install_data
_install_lib = distutils.command.install_lib.install_lib
_install_scripts = distutils.command.install_scripts.install_scripts
_build_scripts = distutils.command.build_scripts.build_scripts
class _options(object):
pass
Options = _options()
Installed = []
def set_explicitly(name, args):
"""
Return if the installation directory was set explicitly by the
user on the command line. This is complicated by the fact that
"install --install-lib=/foo" gets turned into "install_lib
--install-dir=/foo" internally.
"""
if args[0] == "install_" + name:
s = "--install-dir="
else:
# The command is something else (usually "install")
s = "--install-%s=" % name
set = 0
length = len(s)
for a in args[1:]:
if a[:length] == s:
set = 1
break
return set
class install(_install):
user_options = _install.user_options + [
('no-scons-script', None,
"don't install 'scons', only install 'scons-%s'" % Version),
('no-version-script', None,
"don't install 'scons-%s', only install 'scons'" % Version),
('install-bat', None,
"install 'scons.bat' script"),
('no-install-bat', None,
"do not install 'scons.bat' script"),
('install-man', None,
"install SCons man pages"),
('no-install-man', None,
"do not install SCons man pages"),
('standard-lib', None,
"install SCons library in standard Python location"),
('standalone-lib', None,
"install SCons library in separate standalone directory"),
('version-lib', None,
"install SCons library in version-numbered directory"),
]
boolean_options = _install.boolean_options + [
'no-scons-script',
'no-version-script',
'install-bat',
'no-install-bat',
'install-man',
'no-install-man',
'standard-lib',
'standalone-lib',
'version-lib'
]
if hasattr(os, 'symlink'):
user_options.append(
('hardlink-scons', None,
"hard link 'scons' to the version-numbered script, don't make a separate 'scons' copy"),
)
boolean_options.append('hardlink-script')
if hasattr(os, 'symlink'):
user_options.append(
('symlink-scons', None,
"make 'scons' a symbolic link to the version-numbered script, don't make a separate 'scons' copy"),
)
boolean_options.append('symlink-script')
def initialize_options(self):
_install.initialize_options(self)
self.no_scons_script = 0
self.no_version_script = 0
self.install_bat = 0
self.no_install_bat = not is_win32
self.install_man = 0
self.no_install_man = is_win32
self.standard_lib = 0
self.standalone_lib = 0
self.version_lib = 0
self.hardlink_scons = 0
self.symlink_scons = 0
# Don't warn about having to put the library directory in the
# search path.
self.warn_dir = 0
def finalize_options(self):
_install.finalize_options(self)
if self.install_bat:
Options.install_bat = 1
else:
Options.install_bat = not self.no_install_bat
if self.install_man:
Options.install_man = 1
else:
Options.install_man = not self.no_install_man
Options.standard_lib = self.standard_lib
Options.standalone_lib = self.standalone_lib
Options.version_lib = self.version_lib
Options.install_scons_script = not self.no_scons_script
Options.install_version_script = not self.no_version_script
Options.hardlink_scons = self.hardlink_scons
Options.symlink_scons = self.symlink_scons
def get_scons_prefix(libdir, is_win32):
"""
Return the right prefix for SCons library installation. Find
this by starting with the library installation directory
(.../site-packages, most likely) and crawling back up until we reach
a directory name beginning with "python" (or "Python").
"""
drive, head = os.path.splitdrive(libdir)
while head:
if head == os.sep:
break
head, tail = os.path.split(head)
if tail.lower()[:6] == "python":
# Found the Python library directory...
if is_win32:
# ...on Win32 systems, "scons" goes in the directory:
# C:\PythonXX => C:\PythonXX\scons
return os.path.join(drive + head, tail)
else:
# ...on other systems, "scons" goes above the directory:
# /usr/lib/pythonX.X => /usr/lib/scons
return os.path.join(drive + head)
return libdir
def force_to_usr_local(self):
"""
A hack to decide if we need to "force" the installation directories
to be under /usr/local. This is because Mac Os X Tiger and
Leopard, by default, put the libraries and scripts in their own
directories under /Library or /System/Library.
"""
return (sys.platform[:6] == 'darwin' and
(self.install_dir[:9] == '/Library/' or
self.install_dir[:16] == '/System/Library/'))
class install_lib(_install_lib):
def finalize_options(self):
_install_lib.finalize_options(self)
if force_to_usr_local(self):
self.install_dir = '/usr/local/lib'
args = self.distribution.script_args
if not set_explicitly("lib", args):
# They didn't explicitly specify the installation
# directory for libraries...
is_win32 = sys.platform == "win32" or args[0] == 'bdist_wininst'
prefix = get_scons_prefix(self.install_dir, is_win32)
if Options.standalone_lib:
# ...but they asked for a standalone directory.
self.install_dir = os.path.join(prefix, "scons")
elif Options.version_lib or not Options.standard_lib:
# ...they asked for a version-specific directory,
# or they get it by default.
self.install_dir = os.path.join(prefix, "scons-%s" % Version)
msg = "Installed SCons library modules into %s" % self.install_dir
Installed.append(msg)
class install_scripts(_install_scripts):
def finalize_options(self):
_install_scripts.finalize_options(self)
if force_to_usr_local(self):
self.install_dir = '/usr/local/bin'
self.build_dir = os.path.join('build', 'scripts')
msg = "Installed SCons scripts into %s" % self.install_dir
Installed.append(msg)
def do_nothing(self, *args, **kw):
pass
def hardlink_scons(self, src, dst, ver):
try: os.unlink(dst)
except OSError: pass
os.link(ver, dst)
def symlink_scons(self, src, dst, ver):
try: os.unlink(dst)
except OSError: pass
os.symlink(os.path.split(ver)[1], dst)
def copy_scons(self, src, dst, *args):
try: os.unlink(dst)
except OSError: pass
self.copy_file(src, dst)
self.outfiles.append(dst)
def report(self, msg, args):
# Wrapper around self.announce, used by older distutils versions.
self.announce(msg % args)
def run(self):
# This "skip_build/build_scripts" block is cut-and-paste from
# distutils.
if not self.skip_build:
self.run_command('build_scripts')
# Custom SCons installation stuff.
if Options.hardlink_scons:
create_basename_script = self.hardlink_scons
elif Options.symlink_scons:
create_basename_script = self.symlink_scons
elif Options.install_scons_script:
create_basename_script = self.copy_scons
else:
create_basename_script = self.do_nothing
if Options.install_version_script:
create_version_script = self.copy_scons
else:
create_version_script = self.do_nothing
inputs = self.get_inputs()
bat_scripts = [x for x in inputs if x[-4:] == '.bat']
non_bat_scripts = [x for x in inputs if x[-4:] != '.bat']
self.outfiles = []
self.mkpath(self.install_dir)
for src in non_bat_scripts:
base = os.path.basename(src)
scons = os.path.join(self.install_dir, base)
scons_ver = scons + '-' + Version
create_version_script(src, scons_ver)
create_basename_script(src, scons, scons_ver)
if Options.install_bat:
if is_win32:
bat_install_dir = get_scons_prefix(self.install_dir, is_win32)
else:
bat_install_dir = self.install_dir
for src in bat_scripts:
scons_bat = os.path.join(bat_install_dir, 'scons.bat')
scons_version_bat = os.path.join(bat_install_dir,
'scons-' + Version + '.bat')
self.copy_scons(src, scons_bat)
self.copy_scons(src, scons_version_bat)
# This section is cut-and-paste from distutils, modulo being
# able
if os.name == 'posix':
try: report = distutils.log.info
except AttributeError: report = self.report
# Set the executable bits (owner, group, and world) on
# all the scripts we just installed.
for file in self.get_outputs():
if self.dry_run:
report("changing mode of %s", file)
else:
mode = ((os.stat(file)[stat.ST_MODE]) | 0555) & 07777
report("changing mode of %s", file)
os.chmod(file, mode)
class build_scripts(_build_scripts):
def finalize_options(self):
_build_scripts.finalize_options(self)
self.build_dir = os.path.join('build', 'scripts')
class install_data(_install_data):
def initialize_options(self):
_install_data.initialize_options(self)
def finalize_options(self):
_install_data.finalize_options(self)
if force_to_usr_local(self):
self.install_dir = '/usr/local'
if Options.install_man:
if is_win32:
dir = 'Doc'
else:
dir = os.path.join('man', 'man1')
self.data_files = [(dir, man_pages)]
man_dir = os.path.join(self.install_dir, dir)
msg = "Installed SCons man pages into %s" % man_dir
Installed.append(msg)
else:
self.data_files = []
description = "Open Source next-generation build tool."
long_description = """Open Source next-generation build tool.
Improved, cross-platform substitute for the classic Make
utility. In short, SCons is an easier, more reliable
and faster way to build software."""
scripts = [
'script/scons',
'script/sconsign',
'script/scons-time',
# We include scons.bat in the list of scripts, even on UNIX systems,
# because we provide an option to allow it be installed explicitly,
# for example if you're installing from UNIX on a share that's
# accessible to Windows and you want the scons.bat.
'script/scons.bat',
]
#if is_win32:
# scripts = scripts + [
# 'script/scons-post-install.py'
# ]
arguments = {
'name' : "scons",
'version' : Version,
'description' : description,
'long_description' : long_description,
'author' : 'Steven Knight',
'author_email' : 'knight@baldmt.com',
'url' : "http://www.scons.org/",
'packages' : ["SCons",
"SCons.compat",
"SCons.Node",
"SCons.Options",
"SCons.Platform",
"SCons.Scanner",
"SCons.Script",
"SCons.Tool",
"SCons.Tool.MSCommon",
"SCons.Tool.packaging",
"SCons.Variables",
],
'package_dir' : {'' : 'engine'},
'data_files' : [('man/man1', man_pages)],
'scripts' : scripts,
'cmdclass' : {'install' : install,
'install_lib' : install_lib,
'install_data' : install_data,
'install_scripts' : install_scripts,
'build_scripts' : build_scripts}
}
distutils.core.setup(**arguments)
if Installed:
print '\n'.join(Installed)
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