Commit 0777eafb authored by Wolfgang Denk's avatar Wolfgang Denk
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MAKEALL: allow additional board selections



Add command line handling to select boards to be built by
architecture, CPU family, vendor or SoC name.
Signed-off-by: default avatarWolfgang Denk <wd@denx.de>
parent 2ae18241
#!/bin/bash
# Tool mainly for U-Boot Quality Assurance: build one or more board
# configurations with minimal verbosity, showing only warnings and
# errors.
#
# There are several ways to select which boards to build.
#
# Traditionally, architecture names (like "powerpc"), CPU family names
# (like "mpc83xx") or board names can be specified on the command
# line; without any arguments, MAKEALL defaults to building all Power
# Architecture systems (i. e. same as for "MAKEALL powerpc").
#
# With the iontroduction of the board.cfg file, it has become possible
# to provide additional selections. We use standard command line
# options for this:
#
# -a or --arch : Select architecture
# -c or --cpu : Select CPU family
# -s or --soc : Select SoC type
# -v or --vendor: Select board vendor
#
# Selections by these options are logically ANDed; if the same option
# is used repeatedly, such selections are ORed. So "-v FOO -v BAR"
# will select all configurations where the vendor is either FOO or
# BAR. Any additional arguments specified on the command line are
# always build additionally.
#
# Examples:
#
# - build all Power Architecture boards:
#
# MAKEALL -a powerpc
# or
# MAKEALL --arch powerpc
# or
# MAKEALL powerpc
#
# - build all PowerPC boards manufactured by vendor "esd":
#
# MAKEALL -a powerpc -v esd
#
# - build all PowerPC boards manufactured either by "keymile" or
# "siemens":
#
# MAKEALL -a powerpc -v keymile -v siemens
#
# - build all Freescale boards with MPC83xx CPUs, plus all 4xx boards:
#
# MAKEALL -c mpc83xx -v freescale 4xx
#
#########################################################################
SHORT_OPTS="a:c:v:s:"
LONG_OPTS="arch:,cpu:,vendor:,soc:"
# Option processing based on util-linux-2.13/getopt-parse.bash
# Note that we use `"$@"' to let each command-line parameter expand to a
# separate word. The quotes around `$@' are essential!
# We need TEMP as the `eval set --' would nuke the return value of
# getopt.
TEMP=`getopt -o ${SHORT_OPTS} --long ${LONG_OPTS} \
-n 'MAKEALL' -- "$@"`
if [ $? != 0 ] ; then echo "Terminating..." >&2 ; exit 1 ; fi
# Note the quotes around `$TEMP': they are essential!
eval set -- "$TEMP"
SELECTED=''
while true ; do
case "$1" in
-a|--arch)
# echo "Option ARCH: argument \`$2'"
if [ "$opt_a" ] ; then
opt_a="${opt_a%)} || \$2 == \"$2\")"
else
opt_a="(\$2 == \"$2\")"
fi
SELECTED='y'
shift 2 ;;
-c|--cpu)
# echo "Option CPU: argument \`$2'"
if [ "$opt_c" ] ; then
opt_c="${opt_c%)} || \$3 == \"$2\")"
else
opt_c="(\$3 == \"$2\")"
fi
SELECTED='y'
shift 2 ;;
-s|--soc)
# echo "Option SoC: argument \`$2'"
if [ "$opt_s" ] ; then
opt_s="${opt_s%)} || \$6 == \"$2\")"
else
opt_s="(\$6 == \"$2\")"
fi
SELECTED='y'
shift 2 ;;
-v|--vendor)
# echo "Option VENDOR: argument \`$2'"
if [ "$opt_v" ] ; then
opt_v="${opt_v%)} || \$5 == \"$2\")"
else
opt_v="(\$5 == \"$2\")"
fi
SELECTED='y'
shift 2 ;;
--)
shift ; break ;;
*)
echo "Internal error!" >&2 ; exit 1 ;;
esac
done
# echo "Remaining arguments:"
# for arg do echo '--> '"\`$arg'" ; done
FILTER="\$1 !~ /^#/"
[ "$opt_a" ] && FILTER="${FILTER} && $opt_a"
[ "$opt_c" ] && FILTER="${FILTER} && $opt_c"
[ "$opt_s" ] && FILTER="${FILTER} && $opt_s"
[ "$opt_v" ] && FILTER="${FILTER} && $opt_v"
if [ "$SELECTED" ] ; then
SELECTED=$(awk '('"$FILTER"') { print $1 }' boards.cfg)
fi
#########################################################################
# Print statistics when we exit
trap exit 1 2 3 15
trap print_stats 0
......@@ -578,7 +707,8 @@ print_stats() {
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
#----- for now, just run PowerPC by default -----
# Build target groups selected by options, plus any command line args
set -- ${SELECTED} "$@"
# run PowerPC by default
[ $# = 0 ] && set -- powerpc
build_targets "$@"
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