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authorGravatar Eric Le Bihan <eric.le.bihan.dev@free.fr>2018-02-04 19:07:43 +0100
committerGravatar Peter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>2018-02-05 14:57:47 +0100
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rust: new package
This new package provides rustc, the compiler for the Rust programming language, built from source. Currently, only the host variant is built. The Rust compiler uses LLVM as its backend: a copy of LLVM source code is provided and CMake is used to build it. It is possible to use a pre-built external copy. When LLVM/clang will be available in Buildroot, it would be possible to benefit from this feature and thus decrease build time. LLVM is configured to generate code for x86, ARM, PowerPC and MIPS architectures. The Rust compiler uses Cargo as its build system and is written in Rust. Therefore this package depends on cargo-bin and rust-bin. The internal build process is as follows: 1. stage0 compiler, provided by rust-bin, is used to build stage1 compiler. 2. stage1 compiler builds the final Rust compiler (stage2 compiler) and the standard library for the host architecture. 3. the standard library for the target architecture is built. The target architecture to support is given by the GNU/LLVM target triple. Rust supports some predefined targets [1]. As the build system expects the triple to be in the form of <arch>-unknown-<system> and Buildroot toolchain wrapper uses <arch>-buildroot-<system>, the package Makefile uses $(RUST_TARGET_NAME) defined in the rustc package and uses it instead of $(GNU_TARGET_NAME). When compiling Rust code with this compiler, the generated program only depends on the target C library, as it is statically linked to the Rust standard library and any other code from Rust packages (a.k.a. "crates"). If the jemalloc package is selected, support for this memory allocator will be enabled in the target standard library. The menuconfig entry for rustc is also updated to expose this provider. [1] https://forge.rust-lang.org/platform-support.html Signed-off-by: Eric Le Bihan <eric.le.bihan.dev@free.fr> Signed-off-by: Peter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>
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+# From https://static.rust-lang.org/dist/rustc-1.23.0-src.tar.xz.sha256
+sha256 7196032371b50dd5582465b3bfa79ffd783b74f0711420d99b61b26c96fb3d80 rustc-1.23.0-src.tar.xz
+# Locally generated
+sha256 a60eea817514531668d7e00765731449fe14d059d3249e0bc93b36de45f759f2 LICENSE-APACHE
+sha256 23f18e03dc49df91622fe2a76176497404e46ced8a715d9d2b67a7446571cca3 LICENSE-MIT
diff --git a/package/rust/rust.mk b/package/rust/rust.mk
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+################################################################################
+#
+# rust
+#
+################################################################################
+
+RUST_VERSION = 1.23.0
+RUST_SOURCE = rustc-$(RUST_VERSION)-src.tar.xz
+RUST_SITE = https://static.rust-lang.org/dist
+RUST_LICENSE = Apache-2.0 or MIT
+RUST_LICENSE_FILES = LICENSE-APACHE LICENSE-MIT
+
+HOST_RUST_PROVIDES = host-rustc
+
+HOST_RUST_DEPENDENCIES = \
+ toolchain \
+ host-rust-bin \
+ host-cargo-bin \
+ host-python \
+ $(BR2_CMAKE_HOST_DEPENDENCY)
+
+ifeq ($(BR2_PACKAGE_JEMALLOC),y)
+HOST_RUST_DEPENDENCIES += jemalloc
+HOST_RUST_JEMALLOC_ENABLED = true
+HOST_RUST_JEMALLOC_CONF = 'jemalloc = "$(STAGING_DIR)/usr/lib/libjemalloc_pic.a"'
+else
+HOST_RUST_JEMALLOC_ENABLED = false
+endif
+
+HOST_RUST_VERBOSITY = $(if $(VERBOSE),2,0)
+
+# Some vendor crates contain Cargo.toml.orig files. The associated
+# .cargo-checksum.json file will contain a checksum for Cargo.toml.orig but
+# support/scripts/apply-patches.sh will delete them. This will cause the build
+# to fail, as Cargo will not be able to find the file and verify the checksum.
+# So, remove all Cargo.toml.orig entries from the affected .cargo-checksum.json
+# files
+define HOST_RUST_EXCLUDE_ORIG_FILES
+ for file in $$(find $(@D) -name '*.orig'); do \
+ crate=$$(dirname $${file}); \
+ fn=$${crate}/.cargo-checksum.json; \
+ sed -i -e 's/"Cargo.toml.orig":"[a-z0-9]\+",//g' $${fn}; \
+ done
+endef
+
+HOST_RUST_POST_EXTRACT_HOOKS += HOST_RUST_EXCLUDE_ORIG_FILES
+
+define HOST_RUST_CONFIGURE_CMDS
+ ( \
+ echo '[build]'; \
+ echo 'target = ["$(RUST_TARGET_NAME)"]'; \
+ echo 'cargo = "$(HOST_CARGO_BIN_DIR)/cargo/bin/cargo"'; \
+ echo 'rustc = "$(HOST_RUST_BIN_DIR)/rustc/bin/rustc"'; \
+ echo 'python = "$(HOST_DIR)/bin/python2"'; \
+ echo 'submodules = false'; \
+ echo 'vendor = true'; \
+ echo 'compiler-docs = false'; \
+ echo 'docs = false'; \
+ echo 'verbose = $(HOST_RUST_VERBOSITY)'; \
+ echo '[install]'; \
+ echo 'prefix = "$(HOST_DIR)"'; \
+ echo '[rust]'; \
+ echo 'use-jemalloc = $(HOST_RUST_JEMALLOC_ENABLED)'; \
+ echo '[target.$(RUST_TARGET_NAME)]'; \
+ echo 'cc = "$(TARGET_CROSS)gcc"'; \
+ echo $(HOST_RUST_JEMALLOC_CONF); \
+ ) > $(@D)/config.toml
+endef
+
+define HOST_RUST_BUILD_CMDS
+ cd $(@D); $(HOST_MAKE_ENV) $(HOST_DIR)/bin/python2 x.py build
+endef
+
+define HOST_RUST_INSTALL_CMDS
+ cd $(@D); $(HOST_MAKE_ENV) $(HOST_DIR)/bin/python2 x.py dist
+ cd $(@D); $(HOST_MAKE_ENV) $(HOST_DIR)/bin/python2 x.py install
+endef
+
+$(eval $(host-generic-package))