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export LLVMPREFIX ?= llvm-
# Apple XCode doesn't prefix its tools with llvm-, but manually installed LLVM
# on OSX might have the llvm- prefix, we can't simply test against uname -s.
# Test if llvm-ar exists
ifeq (,$(shell command -v $(LLVMPREFIX)ar 2>/dev/null))
# fall back to system tools
export LLVMPREFIX :=
export CC = clang
export CXX = clang++
export CCAS ?= $(CC)
export LINK = $(CC)
export AS = $(LLVMPREFIX)as
export AR = $(LLVMPREFIX)ar
export NM = $(LLVMPREFIX)nm
# There is no LLVM linker yet, use GNU binutils.
#export LINKER = $(LLVMPREFIX)ld
# objcopy does not have a clear substitute in LLVM, use GNU binutils
#export OBJCOPY = $(LLVMPREFIX)objcopy
export OBJCOPY ?= $(shell command -v $(PREFIX)objcopy gobjcopy objcopy | head -n 1)
ifeq ($(OBJCOPY),)
$(warning objcopy not found. Hex file will not be created.)
export OBJCOPY = true
export OBJDUMP = $(LLVMPREFIX)objdump
export SIZE = $(LLVMPREFIX)size
export DBG = $(GDBPREFIX)gdb
# LLVM lacks a binutils strip tool as well...
#export STRIP = $(LLVMPREFIX)strip
ifneq (,$(TARGET_ARCH))
# Clang on Linux uses GCC's C++ headers and libstdc++ (installed with GCC)
# Ubuntu and Debian use /etc/alternatives/gcc-$(TARGET_ARCH)-include/c++/$(GCC_VERSION)
# Arch uses /usr/$(TARGET_ARCH)/include/c++/$(GCC_VERSION)
# Gentoo uses /usr/lib/gcc/$(TARGET_ARCH)/$(GCC_VERSION)/include/g++-v5
/etc/alternatives/gcc-$(TARGET_ARCH)-include/c++/*/ \
/usr/$(TARGET_ARCH)/include/c++/*/ \
/usr/lib/gcc/$(TARGET_ARCH)/*/include/g++-v8 \
/usr/lib/gcc/$(TARGET_ARCH)/*/include/g++-v7 \
/usr/lib/gcc/$(TARGET_ARCH)/*/include/g++-v6 \
/usr/lib/gcc/$(TARGET_ARCH)/*/include/g++-v5 \
# Try to find the proper multilib directory using GCC, this may fail if a cross-
# GCC is not installed.
ifeq ($(GCC_MULTI_DIR),)
GCC_MULTI_DIR := $(shell $(PREFIX)gcc $(CFLAGS) -print-multi-directory 2>/dev/null)
# Tell clang to cross compile
export CFLAGS += -target $(TARGET_ARCH)
export CXXFLAGS += -target $(TARGET_ARCH)
export LINKFLAGS += -target $(TARGET_ARCH)
# Use the wildcard Makefile function to search for existing directories matching
# the patterns above. We use the -isystem gcc/clang argument to add the include
# directories as system include directories, which means they will not be
# searched until after all the project specific include directories (-I/path)
# We sort the list of found directories and take the last one, it will likely be
# the most recent GCC version. This avoids using old headers left over from
# previous tool chain installations.
$(addprefix \
-isystem $(firstword \
$(foreach pat, $(GCC_CXX_INCLUDE_PATTERNS), $(lastword $(sort $(wildcard $(pat)))))), \
/. /$(TARGET_ARCH)/$(GCC_MULTI_DIR) /backward \
# If nothing was found we will try to fall back to searching for a cross-gcc in
# the current PATH and use a relative path for the includes
GCC_CXX_INCLUDES := $(addprefix -isystem ,$(wildcard $(dir $(shell which $(PREFIX)gcc))../$(TARGET_TRIPLE)/include))
# Pass the includes to the C++ compilation rule in Makefile.base
# Some C headers (e.g. limits.h) are located with the GCC libraries
/usr/lib/gcc/$(TARGET_TRIPLE)/*/ \
$(addprefix -isystem ,$(wildcard $(addprefix \
$(lastword $(sort \
$(foreach pat, $(GCC_C_INCLUDE_PATTERNS), $(wildcard $(pat))))), \
include include-fixed) \
# If nothing was found we will try to fall back to searching for the libgcc used
# by an installed cross-GCC and use its headers.
ifeq (,$(GCC_C_INCLUDES))
GCC_C_INCLUDES := $(addprefix -isystem ,$(wildcard $(addprefix $(dir $(shell $(PREFIX)gcc -print-libgcc-file-name)), include include-fixed)))