make.sh: Add function to determine how many CPU cores the build host has
[ipfire-2.x.git] / tools / make-functions
1 #!/bin/bash
2 ###############################################################################
3 #                                                                             #
4 # IPFire.org - A linux based firewall                                         #
5 # Copyright (C) 2007-2016  IPFire Team  <info@ipfire.org>                     #
6 #                                                                             #
7 # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify        #
8 # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by        #
9 # the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or           #
10 # (at your option) any later version.                                         #
11 #                                                                             #
12 # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,             #
13 # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of              #
14 # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the               #
15 # GNU General Public License for more details.                                #
16 #                                                                             #
17 # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License           #
18 # along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.       #
19 #                                                                             #
20 ###############################################################################
21 ###############################################################################
22 #
23 # Beautifying variables & presentation & input output interface
24 #
25 ###############################################################################
26
27 ## Screen Dimentions
28 # Find current screen size
29 if [ -z "${COLUMNS}" ]; then
30         COLUMNS=$(stty size)
31         COLUMNS=${COLUMNS##* }
32 fi
33
34 # When using remote connections, such as a serial port, stty size returns 0
35 if [ "${COLUMNS}" = "0" ]; then
36         COLUMNS=80
37 fi
38
39 ## Measurements for positioning result messages
40 RESULT_WIDTH=4
41 TIME_WIDTH=8
42 OPT_WIDTH=6
43 VER_WIDTH=10
44 RESULT_COL=$((${COLUMNS} - $RESULT_WIDTH - 4))
45 TIME_COL=$((${RESULT_COL} - $TIME_WIDTH - 5))
46 OPT_COL=$((${TIME_COL} - $OPT_WIDTH - 5))
47 VER_COL=$((${OPT_COL} - $VER_WIDTH - 5))
48
49 ## Set Cursur Position Commands, used via echo -e
50 SET_RESULT_COL="\\033[${RESULT_COL}G"
51 SET_TIME_COL="\\033[${TIME_COL}G"
52 SET_OPT_COL="\\033[${OPT_COL}G"
53 SET_VER_COL="\\033[${VER_COL}G"
54
55 # Define color for messages
56 BOLD="\\033[1;39m"
57 DONE="\\033[1;32m"
58 SKIP="\\033[1;34m"
59 WARN="\\033[1;35m"
60 FAIL="\\033[1;31m"
61 NORMAL="\\033[0;39m"
62
63 system_processors() {
64         getconf _NPROCESSORS_ONLN 2>/dev/null || echo "1"
65 }
66
67 system_memory() {
68         local key val unit
69
70         while read -r key val unit; do
71                 case "${key}" in
72                         MemTotal:*)
73                                 # Convert to MB
74                                 echo "$(( ${val} / 1024 ))"
75                                 break
76                                 ;;
77                 esac
78         done < /proc/meminfo
79 }
80
81 configure_build() {
82         local build_arch="${1}"
83
84         if [ "${build_arch}" = "default" ]; then
85                 build_arch="$(configure_build_guess)"
86         fi
87
88         case "${build_arch}" in
89                 x86_64)
90                         BUILDTARGET="${build_arch}-unknown-linux-gnu"
91                         CROSSTARGET="${build_arch}-cross-linux-gnu"
92                         BUILD_PLATFORM="x86"
93                         CFLAGS_ARCH="-m64 -mtune=generic"
94                         ;;
95
96                 i586)
97                         BUILDTARGET="${build_arch}-pc-linux-gnu"
98                         CROSSTARGET="${build_arch}-cross-linux-gnu"
99                         BUILD_PLATFORM="x86"
100                         CFLAGS_ARCH="-march=i586 -mtune=generic -fomit-frame-pointer"
101                         ;;
102
103                 aarch64)
104                         BUILDTARGET="${build_arch}-unknown-linux-gnu"
105                         CROSSTARGET="${build_arch}-cross-linux-gnu"
106                         BUILD_PLATFORM="arm"
107                         CFLAGS_ARCH=""
108                         ;;
109
110                 armv7hl)
111                         BUILDTARGET="${build_arch}-unknown-linux-gnueabi"
112                         CROSSTARGET="${build_arch}-cross-linux-gnueabi"
113                         BUILD_PLATFORM="arm"
114                         CFLAGS_ARCH="-march=armv7-a -mfpu=vfpv3-d16 -mfloat-abi=hard"
115                         ;;
116
117                 armv5tel)
118                         BUILDTARGET="${build_arch}-unknown-linux-gnueabi"
119                         CROSSTARGET="${build_arch}-cross-linux-gnueabi"
120                         BUILD_PLATFORM="arm"
121                         CFLAGS_ARCH="-march=armv5te -mfloat-abi=soft -fomit-frame-pointer"
122                         ;;
123
124                 *)
125                         exiterror "Cannot build for architure ${build_arch}"
126                         ;;
127         esac
128
129         # Check if the QEMU helper is available if needed.
130         if qemu_is_required "${build_arch}"; then
131                 local qemu_build_helper="$(qemu_find_build_helper_name "${build_arch}")"
132
133                 if [ -n "${qemu_build_helper}" ]; then
134                         QEMU_TARGET_HELPER="${qemu_build_helper}"
135                 else
136                         exiterror "Could not find a binfmt_misc helper entry for ${build_arch}"
137                 fi
138         fi
139
140         BUILD_ARCH="${build_arch}"
141
142         # Enables hardening
143         HARDENING_CFLAGS="-Wp,-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -fstack-protector-strong --param=ssp-buffer-size=4"
144
145         CFLAGS="-O2 -Wall -fexceptions -fPIC ${CFLAGS_ARCH}"
146
147         # Run compiler and assembler simultaneously on systems that have enough memory
148         if [ ${HOST_MEM} -ge 1024 ]; then
149                 CFLAGS="${CFLAGS} -pipe"
150         fi
151
152         CXXFLAGS="${CFLAGS}"
153 }
154
155 configure_build_guess() {
156         case "${HOST_ARCH}" in
157                 x86_64|i686|i586)
158                         echo "i586"
159                         ;;
160
161                 aarch64)
162                         echo "aarch64"
163                         ;;
164
165                 armv7*)
166                         echo "armv7hl"
167                         ;;
168
169                 armv6*|armv5*)
170                         echo "armv5tel"
171                         ;;
172
173                 *)
174                         exiterror "Cannot guess build architecture"
175                         ;;
176         esac
177 }
178
179 evaluate() {
180         if [ "$?" -eq "0" ]; then
181                 beautify message DONE
182         else
183                 EXITCODE=$1
184                 shift 1
185                 beautify message FAIL
186                 $*
187                 if [ $EXITCODE -ne "0" ]; then
188                         exit $EXITCODE
189                 fi
190         fi
191 }
192
193 position_cursor()
194 {
195         # ARG1=starting position on screen
196         # ARG2=string to be printed
197         # ARG3=offset, negative for left movement, positive for right movement, relative to ARG1
198         # For example if your starting position is column 50 and you want to print Hello three columns to the right
199         # of your starting position, your call will look like this:
200         # position_cursor 50 "Hello" 3 (you'll get the string Hello at position 53 (= 50 + 3)
201         # If on the other hand you want your string "Hello" to end three columns to the left of position 50,
202         # your call will look like this:
203         # position_cursor 50 "Hello" -3 (you'll get the string Hello at position 42 (= 50 - 5 -3)
204         # If you want to start printing at the exact starting location, use offset 0
205
206         START=$1
207         STRING=$2
208         OFFSET=$3
209
210         STRING_LENGTH=${#STRING}
211
212         if [ ${OFFSET} -lt 0 ]; then
213                 COL=$((${START} + ${OFFSET} - ${STRING_LENGTH}))
214         else
215                 COL=$((${START} + ${OFFSET}))
216         fi
217
218         SET_COL="\\033[${COL}G"
219
220         echo $SET_COL
221 } # End of position_cursor()
222
223
224 beautify()
225 {
226         # Commands: build_stage, make_pkg, message, result
227         case "$1" in
228                 message)
229                         case "$2" in
230                                 DONE)
231                                         echo -ne "${SET_RESULT_COL}[${DONE} DONE ${NORMAL}]\n"
232                                         ;;
233                                 WARN)
234                                         echo -ne "${WARN}${3}${NORMAL}${SET_RESULT_COL}[${WARN} WARN ${NORMAL}]\n"
235                                         ;;      
236                                 FAIL)
237                                         echo -ne "${SET_RESULT_COL}[${FAIL} FAIL ${NORMAL}]\n"
238                                         ;;
239                                 SKIP)
240                                         echo -ne "${SET_RESULT_COL}[${SKIP} SKIP ${NORMAL}]\n"
241                                         ;;
242                         esac
243                         ;;
244                 build_stage)
245                         MESSAGE=$2
246                         if [ "$STAGE_TIME_START" ]; then
247                                 LAST_STAGE_TIME=$[ `date +%s` - $STAGE_TIME_START ]
248                         fi
249                         STAGE_TIME_START=`date +%s`
250                         echo -ne "${BOLD}*** (${BUILD_ARCH}) ${MESSAGE}${NORMAL}"
251                         if [ "$LAST_STAGE_TIME" ]; then
252                                 echo -ne "${DONE} (Last stage took $LAST_STAGE_TIME secs)${NORMAL}\n"
253                         fi
254                         echo -ne "${BOLD}${SET_VER_COL}      version${SET_OPT_COL} options${SET_TIME_COL} time (sec)${SET_RESULT_COL} status${NORMAL}\n"
255                         ;;
256                 build_start)
257                         BUILD_TIME_START=`date +%s`
258                         ;;
259                 build_end)
260                         BUILD_TIME_END=`date +%s`
261                         seconds=$[ $BUILD_TIME_END - $BUILD_TIME_START ]
262                         hours=$((seconds / 3600))
263                         seconds=$((seconds % 3600))
264                         minutes=$((seconds / 60))
265                         seconds=$((seconds % 60))
266
267                         echo -ne "${DONE}***Build is finished now and took $hours hour(s) $minutes minute(s) $seconds second(s)!${NORMAL}\n"
268                         ;;
269                 make_pkg)
270                         echo "$2" | while read PKG_VER PROGRAM OPTIONS
271                         do
272                                 SET_VER_COL_REAL=`position_cursor $OPT_COL $PKG_VER -3`
273
274                                 if [ "$OPTIONS" == "" ]; then
275                                         echo -ne "${PROGRAM}${SET_VER_COL}[ ${BOLD}${SET_VER_COL_REAL}${PKG_VER}"
276                                         echo -ne "${NORMAL} ]${SET_RESULT_COL}"
277                                 else
278                                         echo -ne "${PROGRAM}${SET_VER_COL}[ ${BOLD}${SET_VER_COL_REAL}${PKG_VER}"
279                                         echo -ne "${NORMAL} ]${SET_OPT_COL}[ ${BOLD}${OPTIONS}"
280                                         echo -ne "${NORMAL} ]${SET_RESULT_COL}"
281                                 fi
282                         done
283                         ;;
284                 result)
285                         RESULT=$2
286
287                         if [ ! $3 ]; then
288                                 PKG_TIME=0
289                         else
290                                 PKG_TIME=$3
291                         fi
292
293                         SET_TIME_COL_REAL=`position_cursor $RESULT_COL $PKG_TIME -3`
294                         case "$RESULT" in
295                                 DONE)
296                                         echo -ne "${SET_TIME_COL}[ ${BOLD}${SET_TIME_COL_REAL}$PKG_TIME${NORMAL} ]"
297                                         echo -ne "${SET_RESULT_COL}[${DONE} DONE ${NORMAL}]\n"
298                                         ;;
299                                 FAIL)
300                                         echo -ne "${SET_TIME_COL}[ ${BOLD}${SET_TIME_COL_REAL}$PKG_TIME${NORMAL} ]"
301                                         echo -ne "${SET_RESULT_COL}[${FAIL} FAIL ${NORMAL}]\n"
302                                         ;;
303                                 SKIP)
304                                         echo -ne "${SET_RESULT_COL}[${SKIP} SKIP ${NORMAL}]\n"
305                                         ;;
306                         esac
307                         ;;
308         esac
309 } # End of beautify()
310
311
312 get_pkg_ver()
313 {
314         PKG_VER=`grep -E "^VER |^VER=|^VER      " $1 | awk '{print $3}'`
315
316         if [ -z $PKG_VER ]; then
317                 PKG_VER=`grep "Exp " $1 | awk '{print $4}'`
318         fi
319         if [ -z $PKG_VER ]; then
320                 PKG_VER="?"
321         fi
322         if [ ${#PKG_VER} -gt $VER_WIDTH ]; then
323                 # If a package version number is greater than $VER_WIDTH, we keep the first 4 characters
324                 # and replace enough characters to fit the resulting string on the screen.  We'll replace
325                 # the extra character with .. (two dots).  That's why the "+ 2" in the formula below.
326                 # Example: if we have a 21-long version number that we want to fit into a 10-long space,
327                 # we have to remove 11 characters.  But if we replace 11 characters with 2 characters, we'll
328                 # end up with a 12-character long string.  That's why we replace 12 characters with ..
329                 REMOVE=`expr substr "$PKG_VER" 4 $[ ${#PKG_VER} - $VER_WIDTH + 2 ]`
330                 PKG_VER=`echo ${PKG_VER/$REMOVE/..}`
331         fi
332
333         echo "$PKG_VER"
334 } # End of get_pkg_ver()
335
336 # Define immediately
337 stdumount() {
338         umount $BASEDIR/build/sys                       2>/dev/null;
339         umount $BASEDIR/build/dev/shm           2>/dev/null;
340         umount $BASEDIR/build/dev/pts           2>/dev/null;
341         umount $BASEDIR/build/dev                       2>/dev/null;
342         umount $BASEDIR/build/proc                      2>/dev/null;
343         umount $BASEDIR/build/install/mnt               2>/dev/null;
344         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/cache     2>/dev/null;
345         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/ccache    2>/dev/null;
346         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/config    2>/dev/null;
347         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/doc               2>/dev/null;
348         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/html              2>/dev/null;
349         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/langs     2>/dev/null;
350         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/lfs               2>/dev/null;
351         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/log               2>/dev/null;
352         umount $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/src               2>/dev/null;
353 }
354
355 exiterror() {
356         stdumount
357         for i in `seq 0 7`; do
358             if ( losetup /dev/loop${i} 2>/dev/null | grep -q "/install/images" ); then
359                 losetup -d /dev/loop${i} 2>/dev/null
360             fi;
361         done
362
363         if [ -n "${LOGFILE}" ]; then
364                 echo # empty line
365
366                 local line
367                 while read -r line; do
368                         echo "    ${line}"
369                 done <<< "$(tail -n30 ${LOGFILE})"
370         fi
371
372         echo -e "\nERROR: $*"
373         echo "       Check $LOGFILE for errors if applicable"
374         exit 1
375 }
376
377 fake_environ() {
378         [ -e "${BASEDIR}/build/tools/lib/libpakfire_preload.so" ] || return
379
380         local env="LD_PRELOAD=/tools/lib/libpakfire_preload.so"
381
382         # Fake kernel version, because some of the packages do not compile
383         # with kernel 3.0 and later.
384         env="${env} UTS_RELEASE=${KVER}"
385
386         # Fake machine version.
387         env="${env} UTS_MACHINE=${BUILD_ARCH}"
388
389         echo "${env}"
390 }
391
392 qemu_environ() {
393         local env
394
395         # Don't add anything if qemu is not used.
396         if ! qemu_is_required; then
397                 return
398         fi
399
400         # Set default qemu options
401         case "${BUILD_ARCH}" in
402                 arm*)
403                         QEMU_CPU="${QEMU_CPU:-cortex-a9}"
404
405                         env="${env} QEMU_CPU=${QEMU_CPU}"
406                         ;;
407         esac
408
409         # Enable QEMU strace
410         #env="${env} QEMU_STRACE=1"
411
412         echo "${env}"
413 }
414
415 qemu_is_required() {
416         local build_arch="${1}"
417
418         if [ -z "${build_arch}" ]; then
419                 build_arch="${BUILD_ARCH}"
420         fi
421
422         case "${HOST_ARCH},${build_arch}" in
423                 x86_64,arm*|i?86,arm*|i?86,x86_64)
424                         return 0
425                         ;;
426                 *)
427                         return 1
428                         ;;
429         esac
430 }
431
432 qemu_install_helper() {
433         # Do nothing, if qemu is not required
434         if ! qemu_is_required; then
435                 return 0
436         fi
437
438         if [ ! -e /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc/status ]; then
439                 exiterror "binfmt_misc not mounted. QEMU_TARGET_HELPER not useable."
440         fi
441
442         if [ ! $(cat /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc/status) = 'enabled' ]; then
443                 exiterror "binfmt_misc not enabled. QEMU_TARGET_HELPER not useable."
444         fi
445
446
447         if [ -z "${QEMU_TARGET_HELPER}" ]; then
448                 exiterror "QEMU_TARGET_HELPER not set"
449         fi
450
451         # Check if the helper is already installed.
452         if [ -x "${LFS}${QEMU_TARGET_HELPER}" ]; then
453                 return 0
454         fi
455
456         # Try to find a suitable binary that we can install
457         # to the build environment.
458         local file
459         for file in "${QEMU_TARGET_HELPER}" "${QEMU_TARGET_HELPER}-static"; do
460                 # file must exist and be executable.
461                 [ -x "${file}" ] || continue
462
463                 # Must be static.
464                 file_is_static "${file}" || continue
465
466                 local dirname="${LFS}$(dirname "${file}")"
467                 mkdir -p "${dirname}"
468
469                 install -m 755 "${file}" "${LFS}${QEMU_TARGET_HELPER}"
470                 return 0
471         done
472
473         exiterror "Could not find a statically-linked QEMU emulator: ${QEMU_TARGET_HELPER}"
474 }
475
476 qemu_find_build_helper_name() {
477         local build_arch="${1}"
478
479         local magic
480         case "${build_arch}" in
481                 arm*)
482                         magic="7f454c4601010100000000000000000002002800"
483                         ;;
484                 x86_64)
485                         magic="7f454c4602010100000000000000000002003e00"
486                         ;;
487         esac
488
489         [ -z "${magic}" ] && return 1
490
491         local file
492         for file in /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc/*; do
493                 # skip write only register entry
494                 [ $(basename "${file}") = "register" ] && continue
495                 # Search for the file with the correct magic value.
496                 grep -qE "^magic ${magic}$" "${file}" || continue
497
498                 local interpreter="$(grep "^interpreter" "${file}" | awk '{ print $2 }')"
499
500                 [ -n "${interpreter}" ] || continue
501                 [ "${interpreter:0:1}" = "/" ] || continue
502                 [ -x "${interpreter}" ] || continue
503
504                 echo "${interpreter}"
505                 return 0
506         done
507
508         return 1
509 }
510
511 file_is_static() {
512         local file="${1}"
513
514         file ${file} 2>/dev/null | grep -q "statically linked"
515 }
516
517 enterchroot() {
518         # Install QEMU helper, if needed
519         qemu_install_helper
520
521         local PATH="/tools/ccache/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/usr/sbin:/tools/bin"
522
523         PATH="${PATH}" chroot ${LFS} env -i \
524                 HOME="/root" \
525                 TERM="${TERM}" \
526                 PS1="${PS1}" \
527                 PATH="${PATH}" \
528                 SYSTEM_RELEASE="${SYSTEM_RELEASE}" \
529                 PAKFIRE_CORE="${PAKFIRE_CORE}" \
530                 NAME="${NAME}" \
531                 SNAME="${SNAME}" \
532                 VERSION="${VERSION}" \
533                 CORE="${CORE}" \
534                 SLOGAN="${SLOGAN}" \
535                 CONFIG_ROOT="${CONFIG_ROOT}" \
536                 CFLAGS="${CFLAGS} ${HARDENING_CFLAGS}" \
537                 CXXFLAGS="${CXXFLAGS} ${HARDENING_CFLAGS}" \
538                 BUILDTARGET="${BUILDTARGET}" \
539                 CROSSTARGET="${CROSSTARGET}" \
540                 BUILD_ARCH="${BUILD_ARCH}" \
541                 BUILD_PLATFORM="${BUILD_PLATFORM}" \
542                 CCACHE_DIR=/usr/src/ccache \
543                 CCACHE_COMPRESS="${CCACHE_COMPRESS}" \
544                 CCACHE_COMPILERCHECK="${CCACHE_COMPILERCHECK}" \
545                 KVER="${KVER}" \
546                 $(fake_environ) \
547                 $(qemu_environ) \
548                 "$@"
549 }
550
551 entershell() {
552         if [ ! -e $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/lfs/ ]; then
553                 exiterror "No such file or directory: $BASEDIR/build/usr/src/lfs/"
554         fi
555
556         echo "Entering to a shell inside LFS chroot, go out with exit"
557         local PS1="ipfire build chroot ($(uname -m)) \u:\w\$ "
558
559         if enterchroot bash -i; then
560                 stdumount
561         else
562                 beautify message FAIL
563                 exiterror "chroot error"
564         fi
565 }
566
567 ############################################################################
568 #                                                                          #
569 # Necessary shell functions                                                #
570 #                                                                          #
571 ############################################################################
572 #
573 # Common checking before entering the chroot and compilling
574 #
575 # Return:0 caller can continue
576 #       :1 skip (nothing to do)
577 #       or fail if no script file found
578 #
579 lfsmakecommoncheck()
580 {
581         # Script present?
582         if [ ! -f $BASEDIR/lfs/$1 ]; then
583                 exiterror "No such file or directory: $BASEDIR/$1"
584         fi
585
586         local PKG_VER=`get_pkg_ver $BASEDIR/lfs/$1`
587         beautify make_pkg "$PKG_VER $*"
588
589         # Check if this package is supported by our architecture.
590         # If no SUP_ARCH is found, we assume the package can be built for all.
591         if grep "^SUP_ARCH" ${BASEDIR}/lfs/${1} >/dev/null; then
592                 # Check if package supports ${BUILD_ARCH} or all architectures.
593                 if ! grep -E "^SUP_ARCH.*${BUILD_ARCH}|^SUP_ARCH.*all" ${BASEDIR}/lfs/${1} >/dev/null; then
594                         beautify result SKIP
595                         return 1
596                 fi
597         fi
598
599         # Script slipped?
600         local i
601         for i in $SKIP_PACKAGE_LIST
602         do
603                 if [ "$i" == "$1" ]; then
604                         beautify result SKIP
605                         return 1;
606                 fi 
607         done
608
609         echo -ne "`date -u '+%b %e %T'`: Building $* " >> $LOGFILE
610
611         cd $BASEDIR/lfs && make -s -f $* LFS_BASEDIR=$BASEDIR BUILD_ARCH="${BUILD_ARCH}" \
612                 MESSAGE="$1\t " download  >> $LOGFILE 2>&1
613         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
614                 exiterror "Download error in $1"
615         fi
616
617         cd $BASEDIR/lfs && make -s -f $* LFS_BASEDIR=$BASEDIR BUILD_ARCH="${BUILD_ARCH}" \
618                 MESSAGE="$1\t md5sum" md5  >> $LOGFILE 2>&1
619         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
620                 exiterror "md5sum error in $1, check file in cache or signature"
621         fi
622
623         return 0        # pass all!
624 } # End of lfsmakecommoncheck()
625
626 lfsmake1() {
627         lfsmakecommoncheck $*
628         [ $? == 1 ] && return 0
629
630         local PKG_TIME_START=`date +%s`
631
632         cd $BASEDIR/lfs && env -i \
633                 PATH="/tools/ccache/bin:/tools/bin:$PATH" \
634                 CCACHE_DIR="${CCACHE_DIR}" \
635                 CCACHE_COMPRESS="${CCACHE_COMPRESS}" \
636                 CCACHE_COMPILERCHECK="${CCACHE_COMPILERCHECK}" \
637                 CFLAGS="${CFLAGS}" \
638                 CXXFLAGS="${CXXFLAGS}" \
639                 MAKETUNING="${MAKETUNING}" \
640                 make -f $* \
641                         TOOLCHAIN=1 \
642                         CROSSTARGET="${CROSSTARGET}" \
643                         BUILDTARGET="${BUILDTARGET}" \
644                         BUILD_ARCH="${BUILD_ARCH}" \
645                         BUILD_PLATFORM="${BUILD_PLATFORM}" \
646                         LFS_BASEDIR="${BASEDIR}" \
647                         ROOT="${LFS}" \
648                         KVER="${KVER}" \
649                         install >> $LOGFILE 2>&1
650
651         local COMPILE_SUCCESS=$?
652         local PKG_TIME_END=`date +%s`
653
654         if [ $COMPILE_SUCCESS -ne 0 ]; then
655                 beautify result FAIL $[ $PKG_TIME_END - $PKG_TIME_START ]
656                 exiterror "Building $*";
657         else
658                 beautify result DONE $[ $PKG_TIME_END - $PKG_TIME_START ]
659         fi
660
661         return 0
662 }
663
664 lfsmake2() {
665         lfsmakecommoncheck $*
666         [ $? == 1 ] && return 0
667
668         local PKG_TIME_START=`date +%s`
669         local PS1='\u:\w$ '
670
671         enterchroot \
672                 bash -x -c "cd /usr/src/lfs && \
673                         MAKETUNING=${MAKETUNING} \
674                         make -f $* \
675                         LFS_BASEDIR=/usr/src install" \
676                 >> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1
677
678         local COMPILE_SUCCESS=$?
679         local PKG_TIME_END=`date +%s`
680
681         if [ $COMPILE_SUCCESS -ne 0 ]; then
682                 beautify result FAIL $[ $PKG_TIME_END - $PKG_TIME_START ]
683                 exiterror "Building $*";
684         else
685                 beautify result DONE $[ $PKG_TIME_END - $PKG_TIME_START ]
686         fi
687
688         return 0
689 }
690
691 ipfiredist() {
692         lfsmakecommoncheck $*
693         [ $? == 1 ] && return 0
694
695         local PKG_TIME_START=`date +%s`
696         local PS1='\u:\w$ '
697
698         enterchroot \
699                 bash -x -c "cd /usr/src/lfs && make -f $* LFS_BASEDIR=/usr/src dist" \
700                 >> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1
701
702         local COMPILE_SUCCESS=$?
703         local PKG_TIME_END=`date +%s`
704
705         if [ $COMPILE_SUCCESS -ne 0 ]; then
706                 beautify result FAIL $[ $PKG_TIME_END - $PKG_TIME_START ]
707                 exiterror "Packaging $*";
708         else
709                 beautify result DONE $[ $PKG_TIME_END - $PKG_TIME_START ]
710         fi
711         return 0
712 }
713
714 update_langs() {
715                 echo -ne "Checking the translations for missing or obsolete strings..."
716                 chmod 755 $BASEDIR/tools/{check_strings.pl,sort_strings.pl,check_langs.sh}
717                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl en
718                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl de
719                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl fr
720                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl es
721                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl pl
722                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl ru
723                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl nl
724                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl tr
725                 $BASEDIR/tools/sort_strings.pl it
726                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl en > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.en
727                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl de > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.de
728                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl fr > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.fr
729                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl es > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.es
730                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl es > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.pl
731                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl ru > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.ru
732                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl nl > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.nl
733                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl tr > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.tr
734                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_strings.pl it > $BASEDIR/doc/language_issues.it
735                 $BASEDIR/tools/check_langs.sh > $BASEDIR/doc/language_missings
736                 beautify message DONE
737
738                 echo -ne "Updating language lists..."
739                 update_language_list ${BASEDIR}/src/installer/po
740                 update_language_list ${BASEDIR}/src/setup/po
741                 beautify message DONE
742 }
743
744 update_language_list() {
745         local path="${1}"
746
747         local lang
748         for lang in ${path}/*.po; do
749                 lang="$(basename "${lang}")"
750                 echo "${lang%*.po}"
751         done | sort -u > "${path}/LINGUAS"
752 }