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dnl The configure script is generated by bootstrap from configure.base 
dnl and the various configure.add files in the source tree.  Edit 
dnl configure.base and reprocess rather than modifying ./configure.

dnl autoconf 2.13 certainly doesn't work! What is the minimum requirement?
AC_PREREQ(2.2)

AC_INIT(configure.base)

PACKAGE=octave-forge
MAJOR_VERSION=0
MINOR_VERSION=1
PATCH_LEVEL=0

dnl Kill caching --- this ought to be the default
define([AC_CACHE_LOAD], )dnl
define([AC_CACHE_SAVE], )dnl

dnl uncomment to put support files in another directory
dnl AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR(admin)

VERSION=$MAJOR_VERSION.$MINOR_VERSION.$PATCH_LEVEL
AC_SUBST(PACKAGE)
AC_SUBST(VERSION)

dnl need to find admin files, so keep track of the top dir.
TOPDIR=`pwd`
AC_SUBST(TOPDIR)

dnl if mkoctfile doesn't work, then we need the following:
dnl AC_PROG_CXX
dnl AC_PROG_F77

dnl Need C compiler regardless so define it in a way that
dnl makes autoconf happy and we can override whatever we
dnl need with mkoctfile -p.
dnl XXX FIXME XXX should use mkoctfile to get CC and CFLAGS
AC_PROG_CC

dnl XXX FIXME XXX need tests for -p -c -s in mkoctfile.

dnl *******************************************************************
dnl Sort out mkoctfile version number and install paths

dnl XXX FIXME XXX latest octave has octave-config so we don't
dnl need to discover things here.  Doesn't have --exe-site-dir
dnl but defines --oct-site-dir and --m-site-dir

dnl Check for mkoctfile
AC_CHECK_PROG(MKOCTFILE,mkoctfile,mkoctfile)
test -z "$MKOCTFILE" &&	AC_MSG_WARN([no mkoctfile found on path])

AC_SUBST(ver)
AC_SUBST(subver)
AC_SUBST(mpath)
AC_SUBST(opath)
AC_SUBST(xpath)
AC_SUBST(altpath)
AC_SUBST(altmpath)
AC_SUBST(altopath)

AC_ARG_WITH(path, 
	[  --with-path             install path prefix],
	[ path=$withval ])
AC_ARG_WITH(mpath,
	[  --with-mpath            override path for m-files],
	[mpath=$withval])
AC_ARG_WITH(opath,
	[  --with-opath            override path for oct-files],
	[opath=$withval])
AC_ARG_WITH(xpath,
	[  --with-xpath            override path for executables],
	[xpath=$withval])
AC_ARG_WITH(altpath, 
	[  --with-altpath          alternative functions install path prefix],
	[ altpath=$withval ])
AC_ARG_WITH(altmpath,
	[  --with-altmpath         override path for alternative m-files],
	[altmpath=$withval])
AC_ARG_WITH(altopath,
	[  --with-altopath         override path for alternative oct-files],
	[altopath=$withval])	

if test -n "$path" ; then
   test -z "$mpath" && mpath=$path 
   test -z "$opath" && opath=$path/oct 
   test -z "$xpath" && xpath=$path/bin
   test -z "$altpath" && altpath=$path-alternatives
fi

if test -n "$altpath" ; then
   test -z "$altmpath" && altmpath=$altpath 
   test -z "$altopath" && altopath=$altpath/oct 
fi

dnl Don't query if path/ver are given in the configure environment
#if test -z "$mpath" || test -z "$opath" || test -z "$xpath" || test -z "$altmpath" || test -z "$altopath" || test -z "$ver" ; then
if test -z "$mpath" || test -z "$opath" || test -z "$xpath" || test -z "$ver" ; then
   dnl Construct program to get mkoctfile version and local install paths
   cat > conftest.cc <<EOF
#include <octave/config.h>
#include <octave/version.h>
#include <octave/defaults.h>

#define INFOV "\nINFOV=" OCTAVE_VERSION "\n"

#define INFOH "\nINFOH=" OCTAVE_CANONICAL_HOST_TYPE "\n"

#ifdef OCTAVE_LOCALVERFCNFILEDIR
# define INFOM "\nINFOM=" OCTAVE_LOCALVERFCNFILEDIR "\n"
#else
# define INFOM "\nINFOM=" OCTAVE_LOCALFCNFILEPATH "\n"
#endif

#ifdef OCTAVE_LOCALVEROCTFILEDIR
# define INFOO "\nINFOO=" OCTAVE_LOCALVEROCTFILEDIR "\n"
#else
# define INFOO "\nINFOO=" OCTAVE_LOCALOCTFILEPATH  "\n"
#endif

#ifdef OCTAVE_LOCALVERARCHLIBDIR
# define INFOX "\nINFOX=" OCTAVE_LOCALVERARCHLIBDIR  "\n"
#else
# define INFOX "\nINFOX=" OCTAVE_LOCALARCHLIBDIR  "\n"
#endif

const char *infom = INFOM;
const char *infoo = INFOO;
const char *infox = INFOX;
const char *infoh = INFOH;
const char *infov = INFOV;
EOF

   dnl Compile program perhaps with a special version of mkoctfile
   $MKOCTFILE conftest.cc || AC_MSG_ERROR(Could not run $MKOCTFILE)

   dnl Strip the config info from the compiled file
   eval `strings conftest.o | grep "^INFO.=" | sed -e "s,//.*$,,"`
   rm -rf conftest*

   dnl set the appropriate variables if they are not already set
   ver=`echo $INFOV | sed -e "s/\.//" -e "s/\..*$//"`
   subver=`echo $INFOV | sed -e "[s/^[^.]*[.][^.]*[.]//]"`
   alt_mbase=`echo $INFOM | sed -e "[s,\/[^\/]*$,,]"`
   alt_obase=`echo $INFOO | sed -e "[s,/site.*$,/site,]"`
   test -z "$mpath" && mpath=$INFOM/octave-forge
   test -z "$opath" && opath=$INFOO/octave-forge
   test -z "$xpath" && xpath=$INFOX
   test -z "$altmpath" && altmpath=$alt_mbase/octave-forge-alternatives/m
   test -z "$altopath" && altopath=$alt_obase/octave-forge-alternatives/oct/$INFOH
fi

dnl *******************************************************************

dnl XXX FIXME XXX Should we allow the user to override these?
dnl Do we even need them?  The individual makefiles can call mkoctfile -p
dnl themselves, so the only reason to keep them is for configure, and
dnl for those things which are not built using mkoctfile (e.g., aurecord)
dnl but it is not clear we should be using octave compile flags for those.

dnl C compiler and flags
AC_MSG_RESULT([retrieving compile and link flags from $MKOCTFILE])
CC=`$MKOCTFILE -p CC`
CFLAGS=`$MKOCTFILE -p CFLAGS`
CPPFLAGS=`$MKOCTFILE -p CPPFLAGS`
CPICFLAG=`$MKOCTFILE -p CPICFLAG`
LDFLAGS=`$MKOCTFILE -p LDFLAGS`
LIBS=`$MKOCTFILE -p LIBS`
AC_SUBST(CC)
AC_SUBST(CFLAGS)
AC_SUBST(CPPFLAGS)
AC_SUBST(CPICFLAG)

dnl Fortran compiler and flags
F77=`$MKOCTFILE -p F77`
FFLAGS=`$MKOCTFILE -p FFLAGS`
FPICFLAG=`$MKOCTFILE -p FPICFLAG`
AC_SUBST(F77)
AC_SUBST(FFLAGS)
AC_SUBST(FPICFLAG)

dnl C++ compiler and flags
CXX=`$MKOCTFILE -p CXX`
CXXFLAGS=`$MKOCTFILE -p CXXFLAGS`
CXXPICFLAG=`$MKOCTFILE -p CXXPICFLAG`
AC_SUBST(CXX)
AC_SUBST(CXXFLAGS)
AC_SUBST(CXXPICFLAG)

dnl *******************************************************************

dnl Check for features of your version of mkoctfile.
dnl All checks should be designed so that the default
dnl action if the tests are not performed is to do whatever
dnl is appropriate for the most recent version of Octave.

dnl Define the following macro:
dnl    OF_CHECK_LIB(lib,fn,true,false,helpers)
dnl This is just like AC_CHECK_LIB, but it doesn't update LIBS
AC_DEFUN(OF_CHECK_LIB,
[save_LIBS="$LIBS"
AC_CHECK_LIB($1,$2,$3,$4,$5)
LIBS="$save_LIBS"
])

dnl Define the following macro:
dnl    TRY_MKOCTFILE(msg,program,action_if_true,action_if_false)
dnl
AC_DEFUN(TRY_MKOCTFILE,
[AC_MSG_CHECKING($1)
cat > conftest.cc << EOF
#include <octave/config.h>
$2
EOF
ac_try="$MKOCTFILE -c conftest.cc"
if AC_TRY_EVAL(ac_try) ; then
   AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
   $3
else
   AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
   $4
fi
])

dnl
dnl Check if F77_FUNC works with MKOCTFILE
dnl
TRY_MKOCTFILE([for F77_FUNC],
[int F77_FUNC (hello, HELLO) (const int &n);],,
[MKOCTFILE="$MKOCTFILE -DF77_FUNC=F77_FCN"])

dnl **********************************************************

dnl Evaluate an expression in octave
dnl
dnl OCTAVE_EVAL(expr,var) -> var=expr
dnl
AC_DEFUN(OCTAVE_EVAL,
[AC_MSG_CHECKING([for $1 in Octave])
$2=`echo "disp($1)" | $OCTAVE -qf`
AC_MSG_RESULT($$2)
AC_SUBST($2)
])

dnl Check status of an octave variable
dnl
dnl OCTAVE_CHECK_EXIST(variable,action_if_true,action_if_false)
dnl
AC_DEFUN(OCTAVE_CHECK_EXIST,
[AC_MSG_CHECKING([for $1 in Octave])
if test `echo 'disp(exist("$1"))' | $OCTAVE -qf`X != 0X ; then
   AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
   $2
else
   AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
   $3
fi
])

dnl should check that $(OCTAVE) --version matches $(MKOCTFILE) --version
AC_CHECK_PROG(OCTAVE,octave,octave)
OCTAVE_EVAL(OCTAVE_VERSION,OCTAVE_VERSION)

dnl grab canonical host type so we can write system specific install stuff
OCTAVE_EVAL(octave_config_info('canonical_host_type'),canonical_host_type)

dnl grab SHLEXT from octave config
OCTAVE_EVAL(octave_config_info('SHLEXT'),SHLEXT)

AC_PROG_LN_S

AC_PROG_RANLIB

dnl Use $(COPY_FLAGS) to set options for cp when installing .oct files.
COPY_FLAGS="-Rfp"
case "$canonical_host_type" in
    *-*-linux*)
        COPY_FLAGS="-fdp"
    ;;
esac
AC_SUBST(COPY_FLAGS)

dnl Use $(STRIP) in the makefile to strip executables.  If not found, 
dnl STRIP expands to ':', which in the makefile does nothing.
dnl Don't need this for .oct files since mkoctfile handles them directly
STRIP=${STRIP-strip}
AC_CHECK_PROG(STRIP,$STRIP,$STRIP,:)

dnl Strip on windows, don't strip on Mac OS/X or IRIX
dnl For the rest, you can force strip using MKOCTFILE="mkoctfile -s"
dnl or avoid strip using STRIP=: before ./configure
case "$canonical_host_type" in
    powerpc-apple-darwin*|*-sgi-*)
	STRIP=:
    ;;
    *-cygwin-*|*-mingw-*) 
	MKOCTFILE="$MKOCTFILE -s" 
    ;;
esac

dnl Checking if the GSL library exists. 
AC_SUBST(HAVE_GSL)
AC_SUBST(GSL_MISSING)
OF_CHECK_LIB(gsl, gsl_message, HAVE_GSL=yes,HAVE_GSL=no,-lgslcblas)

dnl If have GSL, check for newer GSL functions.
if test $HAVE_GSL = yes ; then
  OF_CHECK_LIB(gsl, gsl_sf_hazard,,GSL_MISSING="$GSL_MISSING hazard",-lgslcblas)
  OF_CHECK_LIB(gsl, gsl_sf_gamma_inc,,GSL_MISSING="$GSL_MISSING gamma_inc",-lgslcblas)
  if test -z $GSL_MISSING; then
    GSLSTATUS=yes
  else
    GSLSTATUS="using old version of GSL"
  fi
else
  GSLSTATUS=no
fi

CONFIGURE_OUTPUTS="Makeconf"
STATUS_MSG="
octave commands will install into the following directories:
   m-files:   $mpath
   oct-files: $opath
   binaries:  $xpath
alternatives:
   m-files:   $altmpath
   oct-files: $altopath

shell commands will install into the following directories:
   binaries:  $bindir
   man pages: $mandir
   libraries: $libdir
   headers:   $includedir

octave-forge is configured with
   octave:      $OCTAVE (version $OCTAVE_VERSION)
   mkoctfile:	$MKOCTFILE for Octave $subver
   GSL toolbox: $GSLSTATUS"