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if get_option('native-arch-optimization')
if host_machine.cpu_family() == 'x86' or host_machine.cpu_family() == 'x86_64'
native_header = 'immintrin.h'
elif host_machine.cpu_family() == 'arm'
native_header = 'arm_neon.h'
elif host_machine.cpu_family() == 'aarch64'
native_header = 'arm_neon.h'
elif host_machine.cpu_family() == 'ppc' or host_machine.cpu_family() == 'ppc64'
native_header = 'altivec.h'
if cc.has_header(native_header) == false
error('Error, header '+native_header+' is required')
config_h.set10('HAVE_'+native_header.underscorify().to_upper(), true)
header_checks = [
#### The below is logically broken
#### the declaration of symbol + headers when you look the symbols up
#### in man pages you'll find that, for example, kevent needs you to
#### include ALL of the headers listed below. same for setxattr,
#### listxattr, pthread_getcpuclockid ... i stopped looking at this
#### point because it seems this is the pattern, but the foreach below
#### does not do this. it includes one header at a time from the list
#### then checks to see if the symbol exists. this leads to failures
#### in the checks (specifically i noticed kevent on bsd). so the whole
#### construct for this is wrong. it needs a rethink. i'm putting this
#### comment here as a note that this is the case for now as i'm just
#### trying to fix the meson build on freebsd for now
function_checks = [
# function name | headers that are needed | libraries to include | Defines that are needed
['alloca', ['alloca.h']],
['backtrace', ['execinfo.h']],
['backtrace_symbols', ['execinfo.h']],
['clock_gettime', ['time.h']],
['dirfd', ['dirent.h sys/types.h']],
['fchmod', ['sys/stat.h']],
['fcntl', ['fcntl.h']],
['fork', ['unistd.h']],
['fpathconf', ['unistd.h']],
['geteuid', ['unistd.h']],
['getpagesize', ['unistd.h']],
['getpwent', ['sys/types.h', 'pwd.h']],
['getuid', ['unistd.h']],
['getxattr', ['sys/types.h', 'sys/xattr.h']],
['iconv', ['iconv.h']],
['listxattr', ['sys/types.h', 'sys/xattr.h']],
['mallinfo', ['malloc.h']],
['malloc_info', ['malloc.h']],
['malloc_usable_size', ['malloc.h']],
['mkdirat', ['sys/stat.h']],
['mmap', ['sys/mman.h']],
['mtrace', ['mcheck.h']],
['prctl', ['sys/prctl.h']],
['realpath', ['stdlib.h']],
['setxattr', ['sys/types.h', 'sys/xattr.h']],
['siglongjmp', ['setjmp.h']],
['strerror_r', ['string.h']],
['gettimeofday', ['sys/time.h']],
['execvp', ['unistd.h']],
['pause', ['unistd.h']],
['isfinite', ['math.h']],
#FIXME strlcpy is detected by meson but drops at compilation time
# ['strlcpy', ['string.h']],
['siginfo_t', ['signal.h']],
['pthread_getcpuclockid', ['pthread.h', 'time.h']],
['timerfd_create', ['sys/timerfd.h']],
['kevent', ['sys/types.h', 'sys/event.h', 'sys/time.h']],
#from here on we specify the dependencies
['dlopen', ['dlfcn.h'], ['dl']],
['dlsym', ['dlfcn.h'], ['dl']],
['lround', ['math.h'], ['m']],
['shm_open', ['sys/mman.h', 'sys/stat.h', 'fcntl.h'], ['rt']],
#from here on we specify arguments
['splice', ['fcntl.h'], [], '-D_GNU_SOURCE=1'],
['sched_getcpu', ['sched.h'], [], '-D_GNU_SOURCE=1'],
['dladdr', ['dlfcn.h'], ['dl'], '-D_GNU_SOURCE=1']
strerror_r_char_p = cc.compiles('''#define _GNU_SOURCE
#include <string.h>
int func (void)
char error_string[256];
char *ptr = strerror_r (-2, error_string, 256);
char c = *strerror_r (-2, error_string, 256);
return c != 0 && ptr != (void*) 0L;
name : 'strerror_r() returns char *')
if strerror_r_char_p
config_h.set('STRERROR_R_CHAR_P', '1')
#for later use, a bunch of librarie findings
m = cc.find_library('m')
#just keep this here as required false, if it is not inplace the library rt will just be linked as NOP
dl = cc.find_library('dl', required: false)
rt = cc.find_library('rt', required: false)
thread_dep = dependency('threads')
#check for the headers
foreach header : header_checks
if cc.has_header(header)
config_h.set10('HAVE_'+header.underscorify().to_upper(), true)
foreach function : function_checks
function_name = function[0]
headers_to_search = function[1]
dependencies = []
args = []
# if there is a library, make sure they exist
if function.length() > 2
foreach library : function[2]
lib = cc.find_library(library, required : false)
if lib.found() == true
dependencies += lib
#check if there are args
if function.length() > 3
args = function[3]
# Only check the header if the dependencies are ready
foreach header : headers_to_search
if cc.has_header_symbol(header, function_name,
dependencies : dependencies,
args : args)
config_h.set10('HAVE_'+function_name.to_upper(), true)
# The next checks are manually for now due to the fact that some names are not within the default pattern
if (cc.has_header_symbol('sys/stat.h', 'fstatat'))
config_h.set10('HAVE_ATFILE_SOURCE', true)
if (cc.has_header('sys/mman.h'))
config_h.set10('HAVE_MMAN_H', true)
regexp = []
if sys_windows == true
regexp = cc.find_library('regex',
has_headers: ['regex.h', 'fnmatch.h'],
required: true)
if regexp.found() == false
error('regex can not be found')
if cc.has_header_symbol('fnmatch.h', 'fnmatch') == false
error('fnmatch can not be found')
if cc.has_header_symbol('regex.h', 'regcomp') == false
error('regcomp can not be found')
config_h.set('VMAJ', version_major)
config_h.set('VMIN', version_minor)
config_h.set('VMIC', version_micro)
config_h.set('VREV', '0')
#jpeg detection ... life is a bit more complex there
jpeg = dependency('libjpeg', required: false)
if jpeg.found() == false
jpeg = cc.find_library('jpeg')
if sys_bsd == true
config_h.set('HAVE_NOTIFY_KEVENT', '1')
if sys_osx == true
config_h.set('HAVE_NOTIFY_COCOA', '1')
config_h.set('SIZEOF_INT', cc.sizeof('int'))
config_h.set('SIZEOF_LONG', cc.sizeof('long'))
if sys_windows == true
config_h.set('HAVE_DLSYM', '1')
config_h.set('HAVE_NOTIFY_WIN32', '1')
config_h.set10('HAVE_WINDOWS_H', true)
config_h.set10('HAVE_DDRAW_H', true)