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;;; -*-  Lisp -*-
(eval-when (:compile-toplevel :load-toplevel :execute)
          (require :sb-grovel))
(defpackage #:sb-bsd-sockets-system (:use #:asdf #:sb-grovel #:cl))
(in-package #:sb-bsd-sockets-system)

(defsystem sb-bsd-sockets
    :version "0.58"
    :depends-on (sb-grovel)
    #+sb-building-contrib :pathname
    #+sb-building-contrib #p"SYS:CONTRIB;SB-BSD-SOCKETS;"
    :components ((:file "defpackage")
                 (:file "split" :depends-on ("defpackage"))
                 #+win32
                 (:file "win32-lib")
                 #-win32 (sb-grovel:grovel-constants-file
                          "constants"
                          :package :sockint
                          :do-not-grovel #.(progn #-sb-building-contrib t)
                          :depends-on  ("defpackage"))
                 #+win32 (sb-grovel:grovel-constants-file
                          "win32-constants"
                          :package :sockint
                          :do-not-grovel #.(progn #-sb-building-contrib t)
                          :depends-on  ("defpackage" "win32-lib"))
                 #+win32 (:file "win32-sockets"
                                :depends-on ("win32-constants"))
                 (:file "sockets"
                        :depends-on #-win32 ("constants")
                                    #+win32 ("win32-sockets"))
                 (:file "sockopt" :depends-on ("sockets"))
                 (:file "inet" :depends-on ("sockets" "split"))
                 (:file "local" :depends-on ("sockets" "split"))
                 (:file "name-service" :depends-on ("sockets"))
                 (:file "misc" :depends-on ("sockets"))

                 (:static-file "NEWS")
                 ;; (:static-file "INSTALL")
                 ;; (:static-file "README")
                 ;; (:static-file "index" :pathname "index.html")
                 (:static-file "TODO")))

(defmethod perform :after ((o load-op) (c (eql (find-system :sb-bsd-sockets))))
  (provide 'sb-bsd-sockets))

(defmethod perform ((o test-op) (c (eql (find-system :sb-bsd-sockets))))
  (operate 'load-op 'sb-bsd-sockets-tests)
  (operate 'test-op 'sb-bsd-sockets-tests))

(defsystem sb-bsd-sockets-tests
  :depends-on (sb-rt sb-bsd-sockets #-win32 sb-posix)
  :components ((:file "tests")))

(defmethod perform ((o test-op) (c (eql (find-system :sb-bsd-sockets-tests))))
  (multiple-value-bind (soft strict pending)
      (funcall (intern "DO-TESTS" (find-package "SB-RT")))
    (declare (ignorable pending))
    (fresh-line)
    (unless strict
      #+sb-testing-contrib
      ;; We create TEST-PASSED from a shell script if tests passed.  But
      ;; since the shell script only `touch'es it, we can actually create
      ;; it ahead of time -- as long as we're certain that tests truly
      ;; passed, hence the check for SOFT.
      (when soft
        (with-open-file (s #p"SYS:CONTRIB;SB-BSD-SOCKETS;TEST-PASSED"
                           :direction :output)
          (dolist (pend pending)
            (format s "Expected failure: ~A~%" pend))))
      (warn "ignoring expected failures in test-op"))
    (unless soft
      (error "test-op failed with unexpected failures"))))