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Add FTDI JTAG driver using MPSSE layer Based on ft2232.c but uses the MPSSE layer for low-level access, greatly simplifying the JTAG logic. Remove all libftdi/FTD2XX code and all layout specific code. Layout specifications are instead handled in Tcl. Use a signal abstraction to enable Tcl configuration files to define outputs for one or several FTDI GPIO. These outputs can then be controlled using the ftdi_set_signal command. Special signal names are reserved for nTRST, nSRST and LED (for blink) so that they, if defined, will be used for their customary purpose. Depending on the type of buffer attached to the FTDI GPIO, the outputs have to be controlled differently. In order to support tristateable signals such as nSRST, both a data GPIO and an output-enable GPIO can be specified for each signal. The following output buffer configurations are supported: * Push-pull with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted data line * Open drain with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted output-enable * Tristate with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted data line and another FTDI output as (non-)inverted output-enable * Unbuffered, using the FTDI GPIO as a tristate output directly by switching data and direction as necessary The data and output-enables are specified as 16-bit bitmasks, corresponding to the concatenation of the high and low FTDI GPIO registers. To specify an unbuffered output, use the same bitmask for both data and output-enable. The adapter configuration file must also specify default values for the FTDI data and direction GPIO registers, and the channel being used (if different from 0). Change-Id: I287a41d4c696cf5fc74eb10d5e63578b0dc7f826 Signed-off-by: Andreas Fritiofson <andreas.fritiofson@gmail.com> Reviewed-on: http://openocd.zylin.com/452 Tested-by: jenkins Reviewed-by: Peter Stuge <peter@stuge.se>
10 years ago
Add FTDI JTAG driver using MPSSE layer Based on ft2232.c but uses the MPSSE layer for low-level access, greatly simplifying the JTAG logic. Remove all libftdi/FTD2XX code and all layout specific code. Layout specifications are instead handled in Tcl. Use a signal abstraction to enable Tcl configuration files to define outputs for one or several FTDI GPIO. These outputs can then be controlled using the ftdi_set_signal command. Special signal names are reserved for nTRST, nSRST and LED (for blink) so that they, if defined, will be used for their customary purpose. Depending on the type of buffer attached to the FTDI GPIO, the outputs have to be controlled differently. In order to support tristateable signals such as nSRST, both a data GPIO and an output-enable GPIO can be specified for each signal. The following output buffer configurations are supported: * Push-pull with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted data line * Open drain with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted output-enable * Tristate with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted data line and another FTDI output as (non-)inverted output-enable * Unbuffered, using the FTDI GPIO as a tristate output directly by switching data and direction as necessary The data and output-enables are specified as 16-bit bitmasks, corresponding to the concatenation of the high and low FTDI GPIO registers. To specify an unbuffered output, use the same bitmask for both data and output-enable. The adapter configuration file must also specify default values for the FTDI data and direction GPIO registers, and the channel being used (if different from 0). Change-Id: I287a41d4c696cf5fc74eb10d5e63578b0dc7f826 Signed-off-by: Andreas Fritiofson <andreas.fritiofson@gmail.com> Reviewed-on: http://openocd.zylin.com/452 Tested-by: jenkins Reviewed-by: Peter Stuge <peter@stuge.se>
10 years ago
Add FTDI JTAG driver using MPSSE layer Based on ft2232.c but uses the MPSSE layer for low-level access, greatly simplifying the JTAG logic. Remove all libftdi/FTD2XX code and all layout specific code. Layout specifications are instead handled in Tcl. Use a signal abstraction to enable Tcl configuration files to define outputs for one or several FTDI GPIO. These outputs can then be controlled using the ftdi_set_signal command. Special signal names are reserved for nTRST, nSRST and LED (for blink) so that they, if defined, will be used for their customary purpose. Depending on the type of buffer attached to the FTDI GPIO, the outputs have to be controlled differently. In order to support tristateable signals such as nSRST, both a data GPIO and an output-enable GPIO can be specified for each signal. The following output buffer configurations are supported: * Push-pull with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted data line * Open drain with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted output-enable * Tristate with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted data line and another FTDI output as (non-)inverted output-enable * Unbuffered, using the FTDI GPIO as a tristate output directly by switching data and direction as necessary The data and output-enables are specified as 16-bit bitmasks, corresponding to the concatenation of the high and low FTDI GPIO registers. To specify an unbuffered output, use the same bitmask for both data and output-enable. The adapter configuration file must also specify default values for the FTDI data and direction GPIO registers, and the channel being used (if different from 0). Change-Id: I287a41d4c696cf5fc74eb10d5e63578b0dc7f826 Signed-off-by: Andreas Fritiofson <andreas.fritiofson@gmail.com> Reviewed-on: http://openocd.zylin.com/452 Tested-by: jenkins Reviewed-by: Peter Stuge <peter@stuge.se>
10 years ago
Add FTDI JTAG driver using MPSSE layer Based on ft2232.c but uses the MPSSE layer for low-level access, greatly simplifying the JTAG logic. Remove all libftdi/FTD2XX code and all layout specific code. Layout specifications are instead handled in Tcl. Use a signal abstraction to enable Tcl configuration files to define outputs for one or several FTDI GPIO. These outputs can then be controlled using the ftdi_set_signal command. Special signal names are reserved for nTRST, nSRST and LED (for blink) so that they, if defined, will be used for their customary purpose. Depending on the type of buffer attached to the FTDI GPIO, the outputs have to be controlled differently. In order to support tristateable signals such as nSRST, both a data GPIO and an output-enable GPIO can be specified for each signal. The following output buffer configurations are supported: * Push-pull with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted data line * Open drain with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted output-enable * Tristate with one FTDI output as (non-)inverted data line and another FTDI output as (non-)inverted output-enable * Unbuffered, using the FTDI GPIO as a tristate output directly by switching data and direction as necessary The data and output-enables are specified as 16-bit bitmasks, corresponding to the concatenation of the high and low FTDI GPIO registers. To specify an unbuffered output, use the same bitmask for both data and output-enable. The adapter configuration file must also specify default values for the FTDI data and direction GPIO registers, and the channel being used (if different from 0). Change-Id: I287a41d4c696cf5fc74eb10d5e63578b0dc7f826 Signed-off-by: Andreas Fritiofson <andreas.fritiofson@gmail.com> Reviewed-on: http://openocd.zylin.com/452 Tested-by: jenkins Reviewed-by: Peter Stuge <peter@stuge.se>
10 years ago
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  1. AC_PREREQ(2.60)
  2. AC_INIT([openocd], [0.6.0],
  3. [OpenOCD Mailing List <openocd-devel@lists.sourceforge.net>])
  4. AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR([src/openocd.c])
  5. m4_include([config_subdir.m4])dnl
  6. AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([-Wall -Wno-portability dist-bzip2 dist-zip])
  7. AM_MAINTAINER_MODE
  8. AM_CONFIG_HEADER([config.h])
  9. AH_BOTTOM([
  10. #include <helper/system.h>
  11. #include <helper/types.h>
  12. #include <helper/replacements.h>
  13. ])
  14. AC_LANG_C
  15. AC_PROG_CC
  16. AC_PROG_CC_C99
  17. AM_PROG_CC_C_O
  18. AC_PROG_RANLIB
  19. dnl disable checks for C++, Fortran and GNU Java Compiler
  20. m4_defun([_LT_AC_LANG_CXX_CONFIG], [:])
  21. m4_defun([_LT_AC_LANG_F77_CONFIG], [:])
  22. m4_defun([_LT_AC_LANG_GCJ_CONFIG], [:])
  23. AC_DISABLE_SHARED
  24. AC_PROG_LIBTOOL
  25. AC_SUBST([LIBTOOL_DEPS])
  26. dnl configure checks required for Jim files (these are obsolete w/ C99)
  27. AC_C_CONST
  28. AC_TYPE_LONG_LONG_INT
  29. AC_SEARCH_LIBS([ioperm], [ioperm])
  30. AC_SEARCH_LIBS([dlopen], [dl])
  31. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/socket.h])
  32. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([arpa/inet.h], [], [], [dnl
  33. #include <stdio.h>
  34. #ifdef STDC_HEADERS
  35. # include <stdlib.h>
  36. # include <stddef.h>
  37. #else
  38. # ifdef HAVE_STDLIB_H
  39. # include <stdlib.h>
  40. # endif
  41. #endif
  42. #ifdef HAVE_SYS_SOCKET_H
  43. # include <sys/socket.h>
  44. #endif
  45. ])
  46. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([elf.h])
  47. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([dirent.h])
  48. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([fcntl.h])
  49. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([ifaddrs.h], [], [], [dnl
  50. #include <stdio.h>
  51. #ifdef STDC_HEADERS
  52. # include <stdlib.h>
  53. # include <stddef.h>
  54. #else
  55. # ifdef HAVE_STDLIB_H
  56. # include <stdlib.h>
  57. # endif
  58. #endif
  59. #ifdef HAVE_SYS_SOCKET_H
  60. # include <sys/socket.h>
  61. #endif
  62. ])
  63. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([malloc.h])
  64. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([netdb.h])
  65. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([netinet/in.h], [], [], [dnl
  66. #include <stdio.h>
  67. #ifdef STDC_HEADERS
  68. # include <stdlib.h>
  69. # include <stddef.h>
  70. #else
  71. # ifdef HAVE_STDLIB_H
  72. # include <stdlib.h>
  73. # endif
  74. #endif
  75. #ifdef HAVE_SYS_SOCKET_H
  76. # include <sys/socket.h>
  77. #endif
  78. ])
  79. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([netinet/tcp.h], [], [], [dnl
  80. #include <stdio.h>
  81. #ifdef STDC_HEADERS
  82. # include <stdlib.h>
  83. # include <stddef.h>
  84. #else
  85. # ifdef HAVE_STDLIB_H
  86. # include <stdlib.h>
  87. # endif
  88. #endif
  89. #ifdef HAVE_SYS_SOCKET_H
  90. # include <sys/socket.h>
  91. #endif
  92. ])
  93. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([pthread.h])
  94. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([strings.h])
  95. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/ioctl.h])
  96. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/param.h])
  97. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/poll.h])
  98. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/select.h])
  99. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/stat.h])
  100. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/time.h])
  101. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/types.h])
  102. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([unistd.h])
  103. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([net/if.h], [], [], [dnl
  104. #include <stdio.h>
  105. #ifdef STDC_HEADERS
  106. # include <stdlib.h>
  107. # include <stddef.h>
  108. #else
  109. # ifdef HAVE_STDLIB_H
  110. # include <stdlib.h>
  111. # endif
  112. #endif
  113. #ifdef HAVE_SYS_SOCKET_H
  114. # include <sys/socket.h>
  115. #endif
  116. ])
  117. AC_HEADER_ASSERT
  118. AC_HEADER_STDBOOL
  119. AC_HEADER_TIME
  120. AC_C_BIGENDIAN
  121. AC_CHECK_FUNCS([strndup])
  122. AC_CHECK_FUNCS([strnlen])
  123. AC_CHECK_FUNCS([gettimeofday])
  124. AC_CHECK_FUNCS([usleep])
  125. AC_CHECK_FUNCS([vasprintf])
  126. build_bitbang=no
  127. build_bitq=no
  128. is_cygwin=no
  129. is_mingw=no
  130. is_win32=no
  131. is_darwin=no
  132. # guess-rev.sh only exists in the repository, not in the released archives
  133. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to build a release])
  134. if test -x $srcdir/guess-rev.sh ; then
  135. build_release=no
  136. else
  137. build_release=yes
  138. fi
  139. AC_MSG_RESULT([$build_release])
  140. # We are not *ALWAYS* being installed in the standard place.
  141. # We may be installed in a "tool-build" specific location.
  142. # Normally with other packages - as part of a tool distro.
  143. # Thus - we should search that 'libdir' also.
  144. #
  145. # And - if we are being installed there - the odds are
  146. # The libraries unique to what we are are there too.
  147. #
  148. # Expand nd deal with NONE - just like configure will do later
  149. OCDprefix=$prefix
  150. OCDxprefix=$exec_prefix
  151. test x"$OCDprefix" = xNONE && OCDprefix=$ac_default_prefix
  152. # Let make expand exec_prefix.
  153. test x"$OCDxprefix" = xNONE && OCDxprefix="$OCDprefix"
  154. # what matters is the "exec-prefix"
  155. if test "$OCDxprefix" != "$ac_default_prefix"
  156. then
  157. # We are installing in a non-standard place
  158. # Nonstandard --prefix and/or --exec-prefix
  159. # We have an override of some sort.
  160. # use build specific install library dir
  161. LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -L$OCDxprefix/lib"
  162. # RPATH becomes an issue on Linux only
  163. if test $host_os = linux-gnu || test $host_os = linux ; then
  164. LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -Wl,-rpath,$OCDxprefix/lib"
  165. fi
  166. # The "INCDIR" is also usable
  167. CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -I$includedir"
  168. fi
  169. AC_ARG_WITH(ftd2xx,
  170. AS_HELP_STRING([--with-ftd2xx=<PATH>],[This option has been removed.]),
  171. [
  172. # Option Given.
  173. cat << __EOF__
  174. The option: --with-ftd2xx=<PATH> has been removed.
  175. On Linux, the new option is:
  176. --with-ftd2xx-linux-tardir=/path/to/files
  177. Where <path> is the path the the directory where the "tar.gz" file
  178. from FTDICHIP.COM was unpacked, for example:
  179. --with-ftd2xx-linux-tardir=${HOME}/libftd2xx0.4.16
  180. On Cygwin/MingW32, the new option is:
  181. --with-ftd2xx-win32-zipdir=/path/to/files
  182. Where <path> is the path to the directory where the "zip" file from
  183. FTDICHIP.COM was unpacked, for example:
  184. --with-ftd2xx-win32-zipdir=${HOME}/ftd2xx.cdm.files
  185. __EOF__
  186. AC_MSG_ERROR([Sorry Cannot continue])
  187. ], [true])
  188. #========================================
  189. # FTD2XXX support comes in 4 forms.
  190. # (1) win32 - via a zip file
  191. # (2) linux - via a tar file
  192. # (3) linux/cygwin/mingw - via libftdi
  193. # (4) darwin - installed under /usr/local
  194. #
  195. # In case (1) and (2) we need to know where the package was unpacked.
  196. AC_ARG_WITH(ftd2xx-win32-zipdir,
  197. AS_HELP_STRING([--with-ftd2xx-win32-zipdir],[Where (CYGWIN/MINGW) the zip file from ftdichip.com was unpacked (default=search)]),
  198. [
  199. # option present
  200. if test -d $with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir
  201. then
  202. with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir=`cd $with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir && pwd`
  203. AC_MSG_NOTICE([Using: ftdichip.com library: $with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir])
  204. else
  205. AC_MSG_ERROR([Parameter to --with-ftd2xx-win32-zipdir is not a dir: $with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir])
  206. fi
  207. ], [true])
  208. AC_ARG_WITH(ftd2xx-linux-tardir,
  209. AS_HELP_STRING([--with-ftd2xx-linux-tardir], [Where (Linux/Unix) the tar file from ftdichip.com was unpacked (default=search)]),
  210. [
  211. # Option present
  212. if test $is_win32 = yes ; then
  213. AC_MSG_ERROR([The option: --with-ftd2xx-linux-tardir is only usable on linux])
  214. fi
  215. if test -d $with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir
  216. then
  217. with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir=`cd $with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir && pwd`
  218. AC_MSG_NOTICE([Using: ftdichip.com library: $with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir])
  219. else
  220. AC_MSG_ERROR([Parameter to --with-ftd2xx-linux-tardir is not a dir: $with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir])
  221. fi
  222. ], [true])
  223. AC_ARG_WITH(ftd2xx-lib,
  224. AS_HELP_STRING([--with-ftd2xx-lib],
  225. [Use static or shared ftd2xx libs (default=static)]),
  226. [
  227. case "$withval" in
  228. static)
  229. with_ftd2xx_lib=$withval
  230. ;;
  231. shared)
  232. with_ftd2xx_lib=$withval
  233. ;;
  234. *)
  235. AC_MSG_ERROR([Option: --with-ftd2xx-lib=static or --with-ftd2xx-lib=shared not, $withval])
  236. ;;
  237. esac
  238. ], [
  239. # Default is static - it is simpler :-(
  240. with_ftd2xx_lib=static
  241. ])
  242. AC_ARG_ENABLE([doxygen-html],
  243. AS_HELP_STRING([--disable-doxygen-html],
  244. [Disable building Doxygen manual as HTML.]),
  245. [doxygen_as_html=$enableval], [doxygen_as_html=yes])
  246. AC_SUBST([doxygen_as_html])
  247. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to build Doxygen as HTML])
  248. AC_MSG_RESULT([$doxygen_as_html])
  249. AC_ARG_ENABLE([doxygen-pdf],
  250. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-doxygen-pdf],
  251. [Enable building Doxygen manual as PDF.]),
  252. [doxygen_as_pdf=$enableval], [doxygen_as_pdf=no])
  253. AC_SUBST([doxygen_as_pdf])
  254. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to build Doxygen as PDF])
  255. AC_MSG_RESULT([$doxygen_as_pdf])
  256. AC_ARG_ENABLE([gccwarnings],
  257. AS_HELP_STRING([--disable-gccwarnings], [Disable compiler warnings]),
  258. [gcc_warnings=$enableval], [gcc_warnings=yes])
  259. AC_ARG_ENABLE([wextra],
  260. AS_HELP_STRING([--disable-wextra], [Disable extra compiler warnings]),
  261. [gcc_wextra=$enableval], [gcc_wextra=$gcc_warnings])
  262. AC_ARG_ENABLE([werror],
  263. AS_HELP_STRING([--disable-werror], [Do not treat warnings as errors]),
  264. [gcc_werror=$enableval], [gcc_werror=$gcc_warnings])
  265. # set default verbose options, overridden by following options
  266. debug_jtag_io=no
  267. debug_usb_io=no
  268. debug_usb_comms=no
  269. AC_ARG_ENABLE([verbose],
  270. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-verbose],
  271. [Enable verbose JTAG I/O messages (for debugging).]),
  272. [
  273. debug_jtag_io=$enableval
  274. debug_usb_io=$enableval
  275. debug_usb_comms=$enableval
  276. ], [])
  277. AC_ARG_ENABLE([verbose_jtag_io],
  278. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-verbose-jtag-io],
  279. [Enable verbose JTAG I/O messages (for debugging).]),
  280. [debug_jtag_io=$enableval], [])
  281. AC_ARG_ENABLE([verbose_usb_io],
  282. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-verbose-usb-io],
  283. [Enable verbose USB I/O messages (for debugging)]),
  284. [debug_usb_io=$enableval], [])
  285. AC_ARG_ENABLE([verbose_usb_comms],
  286. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-verbose-usb-comms],
  287. [Enable verbose USB communication messages (for debugging)]),
  288. [debug_usb_comms=$enableval], [])
  289. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to enable verbose JTAG I/O messages]);
  290. AC_MSG_RESULT([$debug_jtag_io])
  291. if test $debug_jtag_io = yes; then
  292. AC_DEFINE([_DEBUG_JTAG_IO_],[1], [Print verbose JTAG I/O messages])
  293. fi
  294. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to enable verbose USB I/O messages]);
  295. AC_MSG_RESULT([$debug_usb_io])
  296. if test $debug_usb_io = yes; then
  297. AC_DEFINE([_DEBUG_USB_IO_],[1], [Print verbose USB I/O messages])
  298. fi
  299. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to enable verbose USB communication messages]);
  300. AC_MSG_RESULT([$debug_usb_comms])
  301. if test $debug_usb_comms = yes; then
  302. AC_DEFINE([_DEBUG_USB_COMMS_],[1], [Print verbose USB communication messages])
  303. fi
  304. debug_malloc=no
  305. AC_ARG_ENABLE([malloc_logging],
  306. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-malloc-logging],
  307. [Include free space in logging messages (requires malloc.h).]),
  308. [debug_malloc=$enableval], [])
  309. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to enable malloc free space logging]);
  310. AC_MSG_RESULT([$debug_malloc])
  311. if test $debug_malloc = yes; then
  312. AC_DEFINE([_DEBUG_FREE_SPACE_],[1], [Include malloc free space in logging])
  313. fi
  314. AC_ARG_ENABLE([dummy],
  315. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-dummy], [Enable building the dummy port driver]),
  316. [build_dummy=$enableval], [build_dummy=no])
  317. AC_ARG_ENABLE([parport],
  318. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-parport], [Enable building the pc parallel port driver]),
  319. [build_parport=$enableval], [build_parport=no])
  320. AC_ARG_ENABLE([parport_ppdev],
  321. AS_HELP_STRING([--disable-parport-ppdev],
  322. [Disable use of ppdev (/dev/parportN) for parport (for x86 only)]),
  323. [parport_use_ppdev=$enableval], [parport_use_ppdev=yes])
  324. AC_ARG_ENABLE([parport_giveio],
  325. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-parport-giveio],
  326. [Enable use of giveio for parport (for CygWin only)]),
  327. [parport_use_giveio=$enableval], [parport_use_giveio=])
  328. AC_ARG_ENABLE([ft2232_libftdi],
  329. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-ft2232_libftdi], [Enable building support for FT2232 based devices using the libftdi driver, opensource alternate of FTD2XX]),
  330. [build_ft2232_libftdi=$enableval], [build_ft2232_libftdi=no])
  331. AC_ARG_ENABLE([ft2232_ftd2xx],
  332. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-ft2232_ftd2xx], [Enable building support for FT2232 based devices using the FTD2XX driver from ftdichip.com]),
  333. [build_ft2232_ftd2xx=$enableval], [build_ft2232_ftd2xx=no])
  334. AC_ARG_ENABLE([ftdi],
  335. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-ftdi], [Enable building support for the MPSSE mode of FTDI based devices, using libusb-1.0 in asynchronous mode]),
  336. [build_ftdi=$enableval], [build_ftdi=no])
  337. AC_ARG_ENABLE([usb_blaster_libftdi],
  338. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-usb_blaster_libftdi], [Enable building support for the Altera USB-Blaster using the libftdi driver, opensource alternate of FTD2XX]),
  339. [build_usb_blaster_libftdi=$enableval], [build_usb_blaster_libftdi=no])
  340. AC_ARG_ENABLE([usb_blaster_ftd2xx],
  341. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-usb_blaster_ftd2xx], [Enable building support for the Altera USB-Blaster using the FTD2XX driver from ftdichip.com]),
  342. [build_usb_blaster_ftd2xx=$enableval], [build_usb_blaster_ftd2xx=no])
  343. AC_ARG_ENABLE([amtjtagaccel],
  344. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-amtjtagaccel], [Enable building the Amontec JTAG-Accelerator driver]),
  345. [build_amtjtagaccel=$enableval], [build_amtjtagaccel=no])
  346. AC_ARG_ENABLE([zy1000_master],
  347. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-zy1000-master], [Use ZY1000 JTAG master registers]),
  348. [build_zy1000_master=$enableval], [build_zy1000_master=no])
  349. AC_ARG_ENABLE([zy1000],
  350. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-zy1000], [Enable ZY1000 interface]),
  351. [build_zy1000=$enableval], [build_zy1000=no])
  352. AC_ARG_ENABLE([ioutil],
  353. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-ioutil], [Enable ioutil functions - useful for standalone OpenOCD implementations]),
  354. [build_ioutil=$enableval], [build_ioutil=no])
  355. case "${host_cpu}" in
  356. arm*)
  357. AC_ARG_ENABLE([ep93xx],
  358. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-ep93xx], [Enable building support for EP93xx based SBCs]),
  359. [build_ep93xx=$enableval], [build_ep93xx=no])
  360. AC_ARG_ENABLE([at91rm9200],
  361. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-at91rm9200], [Enable building support for AT91RM9200 based SBCs]),
  362. [build_at91rm9200=$enableval], [build_at91rm9200=no])
  363. ;;
  364. *)
  365. build_ep93xx=no
  366. build_at91rm9200=no
  367. ;;
  368. esac
  369. AC_ARG_ENABLE([gw16012],
  370. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-gw16012], [Enable building support for the Gateworks GW16012 JTAG Programmer]),
  371. [build_gw16012=$enableval], [build_gw16012=no])
  372. AC_ARG_ENABLE([presto_libftdi],
  373. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-presto_libftdi], [Enable building support for ASIX Presto Programmer using the libftdi driver]),
  374. [build_presto_libftdi=$enableval], [build_presto_libftdi=no])
  375. AC_ARG_ENABLE([presto_ftd2xx],
  376. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-presto_ftd2xx], [Enable building support for ASIX Presto Programmer using the FTD2XX driver]),
  377. [build_presto_ftd2xx=$enableval], [build_presto_ftd2xx=no])
  378. AC_ARG_ENABLE([usbprog],
  379. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-usbprog], [Enable building support for the usbprog JTAG Programmer]),
  380. [build_usbprog=$enableval], [build_usbprog=no])
  381. AC_ARG_ENABLE([oocd_trace],
  382. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-oocd_trace],
  383. [Enable building support for some prototype OpenOCD+trace ETM capture hardware]),
  384. [build_oocd_trace=$enableval], [build_oocd_trace=no])
  385. AC_ARG_ENABLE([jlink],
  386. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-jlink], [Enable building support for the Segger J-Link JTAG Programmer]),
  387. [build_jlink=$enableval], [build_jlink=no])
  388. AC_ARG_ENABLE([vsllink],
  389. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-vsllink], [Enable building support for the Versaloon-Link JTAG Programmer]),
  390. [build_vsllink=$enableval], [build_vsllink=no])
  391. AC_ARG_ENABLE([rlink],
  392. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-rlink], [Enable building support for the Raisonance RLink JTAG Programmer]),
  393. [build_rlink=$enableval], [build_rlink=no])
  394. AC_ARG_ENABLE([ulink],
  395. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-ulink], [Enable building support for the Keil ULINK JTAG Programmer]),
  396. [build_ulink=$enableval], [build_ulink=no])
  397. AC_ARG_ENABLE([arm-jtag-ew],
  398. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-arm-jtag-ew], [Enable building support for the Olimex ARM-JTAG-EW Programmer]),
  399. [build_armjtagew=$enableval], [build_armjtagew=no])
  400. AC_ARG_ENABLE([buspirate],
  401. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-buspirate], [Enable building support for the Buspirate]),
  402. [build_buspirate=$enableval], [build_buspirate=no])
  403. AC_ARG_ENABLE([stlink],
  404. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-stlink], [Enable building support for the ST-Link JTAG Programmer]),
  405. [build_stlink=$enableval], [build_stlink=no])
  406. AC_ARG_ENABLE([osbdm],
  407. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-osbdm], [Enable building support for the OSBDM (JTAG only) Programmer]),
  408. [build_osbdm=$enableval], [build_osbdm=no])
  409. AC_ARG_ENABLE([opendous],
  410. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-opendous], [Enable building support for the estick/opendous JTAG Programmer]),
  411. [build_opendous=$enableval], [build_opendous=no])
  412. AC_ARG_ENABLE([minidriver_dummy],
  413. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-minidriver-dummy], [Enable the dummy minidriver.]),
  414. [build_minidriver_dummy=$enableval], [build_minidriver_dummy=no])
  415. AC_ARG_ENABLE([internal-jimtcl],
  416. AS_HELP_STRING([--disable-internal-jimtcl], [Disable building internal jimtcl]),
  417. [use_internal_jimtcl=$enableval], [use_internal_jimtcl=yes])
  418. AC_ARG_ENABLE([libusb0],
  419. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-libusb0], [Use libusb-0.1 library for USB JTAG devices]),
  420. [check_libusb0=$enableval], [check_libusb0=no])
  421. build_minidriver=no
  422. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to enable ZY1000 minidriver])
  423. if test $build_zy1000 = yes; then
  424. if test $build_minidriver = yes; then
  425. AC_MSG_ERROR([Multiple minidriver options have been enabled.])
  426. fi
  427. AC_DEFINE([HAVE_JTAG_MINIDRIVER_H], [1],
  428. [Define to 1 if you have the <jtag_minidriver.h> header file.])
  429. build_minidriver=yes
  430. fi
  431. AC_MSG_RESULT([$build_zy1000])
  432. AC_ARG_ENABLE([remote-bitbang],
  433. AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-remote-bitbang], [Enable building support for the Remote Bitbang jtag driver]),
  434. [build_remote_bitbang=$enableval], [build_remote_bitbang=no])
  435. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to enable dummy minidriver])
  436. if test $build_minidriver_dummy = yes; then
  437. if test $build_minidriver = yes; then
  438. AC_MSG_ERROR([Multiple minidriver options have been enabled.])
  439. fi
  440. build_minidriver=yes
  441. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_MINIDRIVER_DUMMY], [1], [Use the dummy minidriver.])
  442. AC_DEFINE([HAVE_JTAG_MINIDRIVER_H], [1],
  443. [Define to 1 if you have the <jtag_minidriver.h> header file.])
  444. fi
  445. AC_MSG_RESULT([$build_minidriver_dummy])
  446. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether standard drivers can be built])
  447. if test "$build_minidriver" = yes; then
  448. AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
  449. AC_MSG_WARN([Using the minidriver disables all other drivers.])
  450. sleep 2
  451. else
  452. AC_MSG_RESULT([yes])
  453. fi
  454. case "${host_cpu}" in
  455. i?86|x86*)
  456. ;;
  457. *)
  458. if test x$parport_use_ppdev = xno; then
  459. AC_MSG_WARN([--disable-parport-ppdev is not supported by the host CPU])
  460. fi
  461. parport_use_ppdev=yes
  462. ;;
  463. esac
  464. case $host in
  465. *-cygwin*)
  466. is_win32=yes
  467. parport_use_ppdev=no
  468. AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([], [[return __MINGW32__;]])],
  469. [is_mingw=yes],[is_mingw=no])
  470. if test $is_mingw = yes; then
  471. AC_DEFINE([IS_MINGW], [1], [1 if building for MinGW.])
  472. if test x$parport_use_giveio = xno; then
  473. AC_MSG_WARN([--disable-parport-giveio is not supported by MinGW32 hosts])
  474. fi
  475. parport_use_giveio=yes
  476. is_cygwin=no
  477. else
  478. is_cygwin=yes
  479. AC_DEFINE([IS_CYGWIN], [1], [1 if building for Cygwin.])
  480. # sys/io.h needed under cygwin for parport access
  481. if test $build_parport = yes; then
  482. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([sys/io.h],[],AC_MSG_ERROR([Please install the cygwin ioperm package]))
  483. fi
  484. fi
  485. AC_DEFINE([IS_WIN32], [1], [1 if building for Win32.])
  486. AC_DEFINE([IS_DARWIN], [0], [0 if not building for Darwin.])
  487. ;;
  488. *-mingw*)
  489. is_mingw=yes
  490. is_win32=yes
  491. parport_use_ppdev=no
  492. if test x$parport_use_giveio = xno; then
  493. AC_MSG_WARN([--disable-parport-giveio is not supported by MinGW32 hosts])
  494. fi
  495. parport_use_giveio=yes
  496. if test x$build_buspirate = xyes; then
  497. AC_MSG_ERROR([buspirate currently not supported by MinGW32 hosts])
  498. fi
  499. CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -D__USE_MINGW_ANSI_STDIO"
  500. AC_DEFINE([IS_MINGW], [1], [1 if building for MinGW.])
  501. AC_DEFINE([IS_WIN32], [1], [1 if building for Win32.])
  502. AC_DEFINE([IS_DARWIN], [0], [0 if not building for Darwin.])
  503. ;;
  504. *darwin*)
  505. is_darwin=yes
  506. if test x$parport_use_giveio = xyes; then
  507. AC_MSG_WARN([--enable-parport-giveio cannot be used by Darwin hosts])
  508. fi
  509. parport_use_giveio=no
  510. AC_DEFINE([IS_CYGWIN], [0], [0 if not building for Cygwin.])
  511. AC_DEFINE([IS_WIN32], [0], [0 if not building for Win32.])
  512. AC_DEFINE([IS_DARWIN], [1], [1 if building for Darwin.])
  513. ;;
  514. *)
  515. if test x$parport_use_giveio = xyes; then
  516. AC_MSG_WARN([--enable-parport-giveio cannot be used by ]$host[ hosts])
  517. fi
  518. parport_use_giveio=no
  519. AC_DEFINE([IS_CYGWIN], [0], [0 if not building for Cygwin.])
  520. AC_DEFINE([IS_WIN32], [0], [0 if not building for Win32.])
  521. AC_DEFINE([IS_DARWIN], [0], [0 if not building for Darwin.])
  522. ;;
  523. esac
  524. if test $build_parport = yes; then
  525. build_bitbang=yes
  526. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_PARPORT], [1], [1 if you want parport.])
  527. else
  528. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_PARPORT], [0], [0 if you don't want parport.])
  529. fi
  530. if test $build_dummy = yes; then
  531. build_bitbang=yes
  532. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_DUMMY], [1], [1 if you want dummy driver.])
  533. else
  534. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_DUMMY], [0], [0 if you don't want dummy driver.])
  535. fi
  536. if test $build_ep93xx = yes; then
  537. build_bitbang=yes
  538. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_EP93XX], [1], [1 if you want ep93xx.])
  539. else
  540. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_EP93XX], [0], [0 if you don't want ep93xx.])
  541. fi
  542. if test $build_zy1000 = yes; then
  543. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_ZY1000], [1], [1 if you want ZY1000.])
  544. else
  545. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_ZY1000], [0], [0 if you don't want ZY1000.])
  546. fi
  547. if test $build_zy1000_master = yes; then
  548. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_ZY1000_MASTER], [1], [1 if you want ZY1000 JTAG master registers.])
  549. else
  550. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_ZY1000_MASTER], [0], [0 if you don't want ZY1000 JTAG master registers.])
  551. fi
  552. if test $build_at91rm9200 = yes; then
  553. build_bitbang=yes
  554. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_AT91RM9200], [1], [1 if you want at91rm9200.])
  555. else
  556. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_AT91RM9200], [0], [0 if you don't want at91rm9200.])
  557. fi
  558. if test x$parport_use_ppdev = xyes; then
  559. AC_DEFINE([PARPORT_USE_PPDEV], [1], [1 if you want parport to use ppdev.])
  560. else
  561. AC_DEFINE([PARPORT_USE_PPDEV], [0], [0 if you don't want parport to use ppdev.])
  562. fi
  563. if test x$parport_use_giveio = xyes; then
  564. AC_DEFINE([PARPORT_USE_GIVEIO], [1], [1 if you want parport to use giveio.])
  565. else
  566. AC_DEFINE([PARPORT_USE_GIVEIO], [0], [0 if you don't want parport to use giveio.])
  567. fi
  568. if test $build_bitbang = yes; then
  569. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_BITBANG], [1], [1 if you want a bitbang interface.])
  570. else
  571. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_BITBANG], [0], [0 if you don't want a bitbang interface.])
  572. fi
  573. if test $build_ft2232_libftdi = yes; then
  574. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_FT2232_LIBFTDI], [1], [1 if you want libftdi ft2232.])
  575. else
  576. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_FT2232_LIBFTDI], [0], [0 if you don't want libftdi ft2232.])
  577. fi
  578. if test $build_ft2232_ftd2xx = yes; then
  579. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_FT2232_FTD2XX], [1], [1 if you want ftd2xx ft2232.])
  580. else
  581. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_FT2232_FTD2XX], [0], [0 if you don't want ftd2xx ft2232.])
  582. fi
  583. if test $build_ftdi = yes; then
  584. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_FTDI], [1], [1 if you want ftdi.])
  585. else
  586. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_FTDI], [0], [0 if you don't want ftdi.])
  587. fi
  588. if test $build_usb_blaster_libftdi = yes; then
  589. build_bitbang=yes
  590. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_USB_BLASTER_LIBFTDI], [1], [1 if you want libftdi usb_blaster.])
  591. else
  592. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_USB_BLASTER_LIBFTDI], [0], [0 if you don't want libftdi usb_blaster.])
  593. fi
  594. if test $build_usb_blaster_ftd2xx = yes; then
  595. build_bitbang=yes
  596. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_USB_BLASTER_FTD2XX], [1], [1 if you want ftd2xx usb_blaster.])
  597. else
  598. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_USB_BLASTER_FTD2XX], [0], [0 if you don't want ftd2xx usb_blaster.])
  599. fi
  600. if test $build_amtjtagaccel = yes; then
  601. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_AMTJTAGACCEL], [1], [1 if you want the Amontec JTAG-Accelerator driver.])
  602. else
  603. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_AMTJTAGACCEL], [0], [0 if you don't want the Amontec JTAG-Accelerator driver.])
  604. fi
  605. if test $build_gw16012 = yes; then
  606. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_GW16012], [1], [1 if you want the Gateworks GW16012 driver.])
  607. else
  608. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_GW16012], [0], [0 if you don't want the Gateworks GW16012 driver.])
  609. fi
  610. if test $build_presto_libftdi = yes; then
  611. build_bitq=yes
  612. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_PRESTO_LIBFTDI], [1], [1 if you want the ASIX PRESTO driver using libftdi.])
  613. else
  614. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_PRESTO_LIBFTDI], [0], [0 if you don't want the ASIX PRESTO driver using libftdi.])
  615. fi
  616. if test $build_presto_ftd2xx = yes; then
  617. build_bitq=yes
  618. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_PRESTO_FTD2XX], [1], [1 if you want the ASIX PRESTO driver using FTD2XX.])
  619. else
  620. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_PRESTO_FTD2XX], [0], [0 if you don't want the ASIX PRESTO driver using FTD2XX.])
  621. fi
  622. if test $build_bitq = yes; then
  623. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_BITQ], [1], [1 if you want a bitq interface.])
  624. else
  625. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_BITQ], [0], [0 if you don't want a bitq interface.])
  626. fi
  627. if test $build_usbprog = yes; then
  628. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_USBPROG], [1], [1 if you want the usbprog JTAG driver.])
  629. else
  630. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_USBPROG], [0], [0 if you don't want the usbprog JTAG driver.])
  631. fi
  632. if test $build_oocd_trace = yes; then
  633. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_OOCD_TRACE], [1], [1 if you want the OpenOCD+trace ETM capture driver.])
  634. else
  635. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_OOCD_TRACE], [0], [0 if you don't want the OpenOCD+trace ETM capture driver.])
  636. fi
  637. if test $build_jlink = yes; then
  638. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_JLINK], [1], [1 if you want the J-Link JTAG driver.])
  639. else
  640. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_JLINK], [0], [0 if you don't want the J-Link JTAG driver.])
  641. fi
  642. if test $build_vsllink = yes; then
  643. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_VSLLINK], [1], [1 if you want the Versaloon-Link JTAG driver.])
  644. else
  645. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_VSLLINK], [0], [0 if you don't want the Versaloon-Link JTAG driver.])
  646. fi
  647. if test $build_rlink = yes; then
  648. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_RLINK], [1], [1 if you want the RLink JTAG driver.])
  649. else
  650. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_RLINK], [0], [0 if you don't want the RLink JTAG driver.])
  651. fi
  652. if test $build_ulink = yes; then
  653. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_ULINK], [1], [1 if you want the ULINK JTAG driver.])
  654. else
  655. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_ULINK], [0], [0 if you don't want the ULINK JTAG driver.])
  656. fi
  657. if test $build_armjtagew = yes; then
  658. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_ARMJTAGEW], [1], [1 if you want the ARM-JTAG-EW JTAG driver.])
  659. else
  660. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_ARMJTAGEW], [0], [0 if you don't want the ARM-JTAG-EW JTAG driver.])
  661. fi
  662. if test $build_buspirate = yes; then
  663. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_BUSPIRATE], [1], [1 if you want the Buspirate JTAG driver.])
  664. else
  665. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_BUSPIRATE], [0], [0 if you don't want the Buspirate JTAG driver.])
  666. fi
  667. if test $build_stlink = yes; then
  668. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_STLINK], [1], [1 if you want the ST-Link JTAG driver.])
  669. else
  670. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_STLINK], [0], [0 if you don't want the ST-Link JTAG driver.])
  671. fi
  672. if test $build_osbdm = yes; then
  673. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_OSBDM], [1], [1 if you want the OSBDM driver.])
  674. else
  675. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_OSBDM], [0], [0 if you don't want the OSBDM driver.])
  676. fi
  677. if test $build_opendous = yes; then
  678. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_OPENDOUS], [1], [1 if you want the estick/opendous JTAG driver.])
  679. else
  680. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_OPENDOUS], [0], [0 if you don't want the estick/opendous JTAG driver.])
  681. fi
  682. if test "$use_internal_jimtcl" = yes; then
  683. if test -f "$srcdir/jimtcl/configure.ac"; then
  684. AX_CONFIG_SUBDIR_OPTION([jimtcl], [--disable-install-jim])
  685. else
  686. AC_MSG_ERROR([jimtcl not found, run git submodule init and git submodule update.])
  687. fi
  688. fi
  689. if test $build_remote_bitbang = yes; then
  690. build_bitbang=yes
  691. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_REMOTE_BITBANG], [1], [1 if you want the Remote Bitbang JTAG driver.])
  692. else
  693. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_REMOTE_BITBANG], [0], [0 if you don't want the Remote Bitbang JTAG driver.])
  694. fi
  695. #-- Deal with MingW/Cygwin FTD2XX issues
  696. if test $is_win32 = yes; then
  697. if test "${with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir+set}" = set
  698. then
  699. AC_MSG_ERROR([The option: with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir is for LINUX only.])
  700. fi
  701. if test $build_ft2232_ftd2xx = yes -o $build_presto_ftd2xx = yes -o $build_usb_blaster_ftd2xx = yes ; then
  702. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for ftd2xx.lib exists (win32)])
  703. # if we are given a zipdir...
  704. if test "${with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir+set}" = set
  705. then
  706. # Set the CFLAGS for "ftd2xx.h"
  707. f=$with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir/ftd2xx.h
  708. if test ! -f $f ; then
  709. AC_MSG_ERROR([File: $f cannot be found])
  710. fi
  711. CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -I$with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir"
  712. # And calculate the LDFLAGS for the machine
  713. case "$host_cpu" in
  714. i?86|x86_32)
  715. LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -L$with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir/i386"
  716. LIBS="$LIBS -lftd2xx"
  717. f=$with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir/i386/ftd2xx.lib
  718. ;;
  719. amd64|x86_64)
  720. LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -L$with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir/amd64"
  721. LIBS="$LIBS -lftd2xx"
  722. f=$with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir/amd64/ftd2xx.lib
  723. ;;
  724. *)
  725. AC_MSG_ERROR([Unknown Win32 host cpu: $host_cpu])
  726. ;;
  727. esac
  728. if test ! -f $f ; then
  729. AC_MSG_ERROR([Library: $f not found])
  730. fi
  731. else
  732. LIBS="$LIBS -lftd2xx"
  733. AC_MSG_WARN([ASSUMPTION: The (win32) FTDICHIP.COM files: ftd2xx.h and ftd2xx.lib are in a proper place])
  734. fi
  735. fi
  736. fi # win32
  737. if test $is_darwin = yes ; then
  738. if test "${with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir+set}" = set
  739. then
  740. AC_MSG_ERROR([The option: --with-ftd2xx-win32-zipdir is for win32 only])
  741. fi
  742. if test "${with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir+set}" = set
  743. then
  744. AC_MSG_ERROR([The option: with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir is for LINUX only.])
  745. fi
  746. if test $build_ft2232_ftd2xx = yes -o $build_presto_ftd2xx = yes ; then
  747. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for libftd2xx.a (darwin)])
  748. if test ! -f /usr/local/include/ftd2xx.h ; then
  749. AC_MSG_ERROR([ftd2xx library from FTDICHIP.com seems to be missing, cannot find: /usr/local/include/ftd2xx.h])
  750. fi
  751. CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -I/usr/local/include"
  752. LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -L/usr/local/lib"
  753. LIBS="$LIBS -lftd2xx"
  754. AC_MSG_RESULT([-L/usr/local/lib -lftd2xx])
  755. fi
  756. fi # darwin
  757. if test $is_win32 = no && test $is_darwin = no ; then
  758. if test "${with_ftd2xx_win32_zipdir+set}" = set
  759. then
  760. AC_MSG_ERROR([The option: --with-ftd2xx-win32-zipdir is for win32 only])
  761. fi
  762. if test $build_ft2232_ftd2xx = yes -o $build_presto_ftd2xx = yes ; then
  763. # Must be linux
  764. if test $host_os != linux-gnu && test $host_os != linux ; then
  765. AC_MSG_ERROR([The (linux) ftd2xx library from FTDICHIP.com is linux only. Try --enable-ft2232-libftdi instead])
  766. fi
  767. # Are we given a TAR directory?
  768. if test "${with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir+set}" = set
  769. then
  770. AC_MSG_CHECKING([uninstalled ftd2xx distribution])
  771. # The .H file is simple..
  772. FTD2XX_H=$with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir/ftd2xx.h
  773. if test ! -f "${FTD2XX_H}"; then
  774. AC_MSG_ERROR([Option: --with-ftd2xx-linux-tardir appears wrong, cannot find: ${FTD2XX_H}])
  775. fi
  776. CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -I$with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir"
  777. if test $with_ftd2xx_lib = shared; then
  778. FTD2XX_LDFLAGS="-L$with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir"
  779. FTD2XX_LIB="-lftd2xx"
  780. else
  781. # Test #1 - v1.0.x
  782. case "$host_cpu" in
  783. i?86|x86_32)
  784. dir=build/i386;;
  785. amd64|x86_64)
  786. dir=build/x86_64;;
  787. *)
  788. dir=none;;
  789. esac
  790. if test -f "$with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir/$dir/libftd2xx.a"; then
  791. FTD2XX_LDFLAGS="-L$with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir/$dir"
  792. # Also needs -lrt
  793. FTD2XX_LIB="-lftd2xx -lrt"
  794. else
  795. # Test Number2.
  796. # Grr.. perhaps it exists as a version number?
  797. FTD2XX_LIB="$with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir/static_lib/libftd2xx.a.*.*.*"
  798. count=`ls ${FTD2XX_LIB} | wc -l`
  799. if test $count -gt 1 ; then
  800. AC_MSG_ERROR([Multiple libftd2xx.a files found in: $with_ftd2xx_linux_tardir/static_lib sorry cannot handle this yet])
  801. fi
  802. if test $count -ne 1 ; then
  803. AC_MSG_ERROR([Not found: $f, option: --with-ftd2xx-linux-tardir appears to be wrong])
  804. fi
  805. # Because the "-l" rules do not understand version numbers...
  806. # we will just stuff the absolute path onto the LIBS variable
  807. FTD2XX_LIB="`ls ${FTD2XX_LIB}` -lpthread"
  808. FTD2XX_LDFLAGS=""
  809. fi
  810. fi
  811. LDFLAGS="${LDFLAGS} ${FTD2XX_LDFLAGS}"
  812. LIBS="${LIBS} ${FTD2XX_LIB}"
  813. AC_MSG_RESULT([${FTD2XX_LDFLAGS} ${FTD2XX_LIB}])
  814. else
  815. AC_CHECK_HEADER([ftd2xx.h],[],[
  816. AC_MSG_ERROR([You seem to be missing the FTD2xx driver header file.])
  817. ])
  818. AC_SEARCH_LIBS([FT_GetLibraryVersion],[ftd2xx],,[
  819. AC_MSG_ERROR([You appear to be missing the FTD2xx driver library.])
  820. ],[])
  821. fi
  822. fi
  823. fi # linux
  824. if test $build_ft2232_ftd2xx = yes -o $build_presto_ftd2xx = yes; then
  825. # Before we go any further - make sure we can *BUILD* and *RUN*
  826. # a simple app with the "ftd2xx.lib" file - in what ever form we where given
  827. # We should be able to compile, link and run this test program now
  828. AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether ftd2xx library works])
  829. #
  830. # Save the LDFLAGS for later..
  831. LDFLAGS_SAVE=$LDFLAGS
  832. CFLAGS_SAVE=$CFLAGS
  833. _LDFLAGS=`eval echo $LDFLAGS`
  834. _CFLAGS=`eval echo $CFLAGS`
  835. LDFLAGS=$_LDFLAGS
  836. CFLAGS=$_CFLAGS
  837. AC_RUN_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
  838. #include "confdefs.h"
  839. #if IS_WIN32
  840. #include "windows.h"
  841. #endif
  842. #include <stdio.h>
  843. #include <ftd2xx.h>
  844. ]], [[
  845. DWORD x;
  846. FT_GetLibraryVersion( &x );
  847. ]])], [
  848. AC_MSG_RESULT([Success!])
  849. ], [
  850. AC_MSG_ERROR([Cannot build & run test program using ftd2xx.lib])
  851. ], [
  852. AC_MSG_RESULT([Skipping as we are cross-compiling])
  853. ])
  854. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for ftd2xx highspeed device support])
  855. AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
  856. #include "confdefs.h"
  857. #if IS_WIN32
  858. #include "windows.h"
  859. #endif
  860. #include <stdio.h>
  861. #include <ftd2xx.h>
  862. DWORD x = FT_DEVICE_4232H;
  863. ]], [])], [
  864. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_FT2232_HIGHSPEED], [1],
  865. [Support FT2232H/FT4232HS with FTD2XX or libftdi.])
  866. build_ft2232_highspeed=yes
  867. ], [
  868. build_ft2232_highspeed=no
  869. ])
  870. AC_MSG_RESULT([$build_ft2232_highspeed])
  871. if test $build_ft2232_highspeed = no; then
  872. AC_MSG_WARN([You need a newer FTD2XX driver (version 2.04.16 or later).])
  873. fi
  874. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for ftd2xx FT232H device support])
  875. AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
  876. #include "confdefs.h"
  877. #if IS_WIN32
  878. #include "windows.h"
  879. #endif
  880. #include <stdio.h>
  881. #include <ftd2xx.h>
  882. DWORD x = FT_DEVICE_232H;
  883. ]], [])], [
  884. AC_DEFINE([HAS_ENUM_FT232H], [1],
  885. [Support FT232H with FTD2XX or libftdi.])
  886. has_enum_ft232h=yes
  887. ], [
  888. has_enum_ft232h=no
  889. ])
  890. AC_MSG_RESULT([$has_enum_ft232h])
  891. if test $has_enum_ft232h = no; then
  892. AC_MSG_WARN([You need a newer FTD2XX driver (version 2.08.12 or later).])
  893. fi
  894. LDFLAGS=$LDFLAGS_SAVE
  895. CFLAGS=$CFLAGS_SAVE
  896. fi
  897. if test $build_ft2232_libftdi = yes ; then
  898. # We assume: the package is preinstalled in the proper place
  899. # these present as 2 libraries..
  900. LIBS="$LIBS -lftdi -lusb"
  901. #
  902. # Try to build a small program.
  903. AC_MSG_CHECKING([Build & Link with libftdi...])
  904. LDFLAGS_SAVE=$LDFLAGS
  905. CFLAGS_SAVE=$CFLAGS
  906. _LDFLAGS=`eval echo $LDFLAGS`
  907. _CFLAGS=`eval echo $CFLAGS`
  908. LDFLAGS=$_LDFLAGS
  909. CFLAGS=$_CFLAGS
  910. AC_RUN_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
  911. #include <stdio.h>
  912. #include <ftdi.h>
  913. ]], [[
  914. struct ftdi_context *p;
  915. p = ftdi_new();
  916. if( p != NULL ){
  917. return 0;
  918. } else {
  919. fprintf( stderr, "calling ftdi_new() failed\n");
  920. return 1;
  921. }
  922. ]])], [
  923. AC_MSG_RESULT([Success])
  924. ], [
  925. AC_MSG_ERROR([Cannot build & run test program using libftdi])
  926. ], [
  927. AC_MSG_RESULT([Skipping as we are cross-compiling])
  928. ])
  929. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for libftdi highspeed device support])
  930. AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
  931. #include <stdio.h>
  932. #include <ftdi.h>
  933. ]], [[
  934. enum ftdi_chip_type x = TYPE_2232H;
  935. ]])], [
  936. AC_DEFINE([BUILD_FT2232_HIGHSPEED], [1],
  937. [Support FT2232H/FT4232HS with FTD2XX or libftdi.])
  938. build_ft2232_highspeed=yes
  939. ], [
  940. build_ft2232_highspeed=no
  941. ])
  942. AC_MSG_RESULT([$build_ft2232_highspeed])
  943. if test $build_ft2232_highspeed = no; then
  944. AC_MSG_WARN([You need a newer libftdi version (0.16 or later).])
  945. fi
  946. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for libftdi FT232H device support])
  947. AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
  948. #include <stdio.h>
  949. #include <ftdi.h>
  950. ]], [[
  951. enum ftdi_chip_type x = TYPE_232H;
  952. ]])], [
  953. AC_DEFINE([HAS_ENUM_FT232H], [1],
  954. [Support FT232H with FTD2XX or libftdi.])
  955. has_enum_ft232h=yes
  956. ], [
  957. has_enum_ft232h=no
  958. ])
  959. AC_MSG_RESULT([$has_enum_ft232h])
  960. if test $has_enum_ft232h = no; then
  961. AC_MSG_WARN([You need a newer libftdi version (0.20 or later).])
  962. fi
  963. # Restore the 'unexpanded ldflags'
  964. LDFLAGS=$LDFLAGS_SAVE
  965. CFLAGS=$CFLAGS_SAVE
  966. fi
  967. # check for usb.h when a driver will require it
  968. build_usb=no
  969. if test $build_vsllink = yes -o $build_usbprog = yes -o \
  970. $build_rlink = yes -o $build_ulink = yes -o $build_armjtagew = yes
  971. then
  972. build_usb=yes
  973. fi
  974. # Check for libusb1 ported drivers.
  975. build_usb_ng=no
  976. if test $build_jlink = yes -o $build_stlink = yes -o $build_osbdm = yes -o \
  977. $build_opendous = yes -o $build_ftdi = yes
  978. then
  979. build_usb_ng=yes
  980. fi
  981. # check for libusb library if necessary
  982. use_libusb0=no
  983. use_libusb1=no
  984. if test $build_usb = yes -o $build_usb_ng = yes; then
  985. if test $check_libusb0 = no -a $build_usb_ng = yes; then
  986. AC_CHECK_HEADER([libusb-1.0/libusb.h],
  987. [AC_DEFINE(HAVE_LIBUSB1, 1, [Define if you have libusb-1.0]) check_libusb0=no use_libusb1=yes ],
  988. [ check_libusb0=yes use_libusb1=no ])
  989. fi
  990. if test $check_libusb0 = yes -o $build_usb = yes; then
  991. AC_CHECK_HEADERS([usb.h], [use_libusb0=yes],
  992. [AC_MSG_ERROR([libusb or libusb-1.0 are required to build some OpenOCD driver(s)])])
  993. fi
  994. fi
  995. AM_CONDITIONAL([RELEASE], [test $build_release = yes])
  996. AM_CONDITIONAL([PARPORT], [test $build_parport = yes])
  997. AM_CONDITIONAL([DUMMY], [test $build_dummy = yes])
  998. AM_CONDITIONAL([GIVEIO], [test x$parport_use_giveio = xyes])
  999. AM_CONDITIONAL([EP93XX], [test $build_ep93xx = yes])
  1000. AM_CONDITIONAL([ZY1000], [test $build_zy1000 = yes])
  1001. AM_CONDITIONAL([ZY1000_MASTER], [test $build_zy1000_master = yes])
  1002. AM_CONDITIONAL([IOUTIL], [test $build_ioutil = yes])
  1003. AM_CONDITIONAL([AT91RM9200], [test $build_at91rm9200 = yes])
  1004. AM_CONDITIONAL([BITBANG], [test $build_bitbang = yes])
  1005. AM_CONDITIONAL([FT2232_LIBFTDI], [test $build_ft2232_libftdi = yes])
  1006. AM_CONDITIONAL([FT2232_DRIVER], [test $build_ft2232_ftd2xx = yes -o $build_ft2232_libftdi = yes])
  1007. AM_CONDITIONAL([FTDI_DRIVER], [test $build_ftdi = yes])
  1008. AM_CONDITIONAL([USB_BLASTER_LIBFTDI], [test $build_usb_blaster_libftdi = yes])
  1009. AM_CONDITIONAL([USB_BLASTER_DRIVER], [test $build_usb_blaster_ftd2xx = yes -o $build_usb_blaster_libftdi = yes])
  1010. AM_CONDITIONAL([AMTJTAGACCEL], [test $build_amtjtagaccel = yes])
  1011. AM_CONDITIONAL([GW16012], [test $build_gw16012 = yes])
  1012. AM_CONDITIONAL([PRESTO_LIBFTDI], [test $build_presto_libftdi = yes])
  1013. AM_CONDITIONAL([PRESTO_DRIVER], [test $build_presto_ftd2xx = yes -o $build_presto_libftdi = yes])
  1014. AM_CONDITIONAL([USBPROG], [test $build_usbprog = yes])
  1015. AM_CONDITIONAL([OOCD_TRACE], [test $build_oocd_trace = yes])
  1016. AM_CONDITIONAL([JLINK], [test $build_jlink = yes])
  1017. AM_CONDITIONAL([VSLLINK], [test $build_vsllink = yes])
  1018. AM_CONDITIONAL([RLINK], [test $build_rlink = yes])
  1019. AM_CONDITIONAL([ULINK], [test $build_ulink = yes])
  1020. AM_CONDITIONAL([ARMJTAGEW], [test $build_armjtagew = yes])
  1021. AM_CONDITIONAL([REMOTE_BITBANG], [test $build_remote_bitbang = yes])
  1022. AM_CONDITIONAL([BUSPIRATE], [test $build_buspirate = yes])
  1023. AM_CONDITIONAL([STLINK], [test $build_stlink = yes])
  1024. AM_CONDITIONAL([OSBDM], [test $build_osbdm = yes])
  1025. AM_CONDITIONAL([OPENDOUS], [test $build_opendous = yes])
  1026. AM_CONDITIONAL([USB], [test $build_usb = yes])
  1027. AM_CONDITIONAL([USB_NG], [test $build_usb_ng = yes])
  1028. AM_CONDITIONAL([USE_LIBUSB0], [test $use_libusb0 = yes])
  1029. AM_CONDITIONAL([USE_LIBUSB1], [test $use_libusb1 = yes])
  1030. AM_CONDITIONAL([IS_CYGWIN], [test $is_cygwin = yes])
  1031. AM_CONDITIONAL([IS_MINGW], [test $is_mingw = ye]s)
  1032. AM_CONDITIONAL([IS_WIN32], [test $is_win32 = ye]s)
  1033. AM_CONDITIONAL([IS_DARWIN], [test $is_darwin = ye]s)
  1034. AM_CONDITIONAL([BITQ], [test $build_bitq = yes])
  1035. AM_CONDITIONAL([MINIDRIVER], [test $build_minidriver = ye]s)
  1036. AM_CONDITIONAL([MINIDRIVER_DUMMY], [test $build_minidriver_dummy = yes])
  1037. AM_CONDITIONAL([INTERNAL_JIMTCL], [test $use_internal_jimtcl = yes])
  1038. # Look for environ alternatives. Possibility #1: is environ in unistd.h or stdlib.h?
  1039. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for environ in unistd.h and stdlib.h])
  1040. AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
  1041. #define _GNU_SOURCE
  1042. #include <unistd.h>
  1043. #include <stdlib.h>
  1044. ]], [[char **ep = environ;]]
  1045. )], [
  1046. AC_MSG_RESULT([yes])
  1047. has_environ=yes
  1048. ], [
  1049. AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
  1050. # Possibility #2: can environ be found in an available library?
  1051. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for extern environ])
  1052. AC_LINK_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
  1053. extern char **environ;
  1054. ]], [[char **ep = environ;]]
  1055. )], [
  1056. AC_DEFINE(NEED_ENVIRON_EXTERN, [1], [Must declare 'environ' to use it.])
  1057. has_environ=yes
  1058. ], [
  1059. has_environ=no
  1060. ])
  1061. AC_MSG_RESULT([${has_environ}])
  1062. ])
  1063. if test "${has_environ}" != "yes" ; then
  1064. AC_MSG_FAILURE([Could not find 'environ' in unistd.h or available libraries.])
  1065. fi
  1066. AC_DEFINE([_GNU_SOURCE],[1],[Use GNU C library extensions (e.g. stdndup).])
  1067. # set default gcc warnings
  1068. GCC_WARNINGS="-Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wformat-security -Wshadow"
  1069. if test "${gcc_wextra}" = yes; then
  1070. GCC_WARNINGS="${GCC_WARNINGS} -Wextra -Wno-unused-parameter"
  1071. GCC_WARNINGS="${GCC_WARNINGS} -Wbad-function-cast"
  1072. GCC_WARNINGS="${GCC_WARNINGS} -Wcast-align"
  1073. GCC_WARNINGS="${GCC_WARNINGS} -Wredundant-decls"
  1074. fi
  1075. if test "${gcc_werror}" = yes; then
  1076. GCC_WARNINGS="${GCC_WARNINGS} -Werror"
  1077. fi
  1078. # overide default gcc cflags
  1079. if test $gcc_warnings = yes; then
  1080. CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $GCC_WARNINGS"
  1081. fi
  1082. # Setup for compiling build tools
  1083. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for a C compiler for build tools])
  1084. if test $cross_compiling = yes; then
  1085. AC_CHECK_PROGS(CC_FOR_BUILD, gcc cc)
  1086. CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD="-g -O2 $GCC_WARNINGS"
  1087. else
  1088. CC_FOR_BUILD=$CC
  1089. CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD=$CFLAGS
  1090. fi
  1091. AC_MSG_RESULT([$CC_FOR_BUILD])
  1092. AC_SUBST([CC_FOR_BUILD])
  1093. AC_SUBST([CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD])
  1094. AC_MSG_CHECKING([for suffix of executable build tools])
  1095. if test $cross_compiling = yes; then
  1096. cat >conftest.c <<\_______EOF
  1097. int main ()
  1098. {
  1099. exit (0);
  1100. }
  1101. _______EOF
  1102. for i in .exe ""; do
  1103. compile="$CC_FOR_BUILD conftest.c -o conftest$i"
  1104. if AC_TRY_EVAL(compile); then
  1105. if (./conftest) 2>&AC_FD_CC; then
  1106. EXEEXT_FOR_BUILD=$i
  1107. break
  1108. fi
  1109. fi
  1110. done
  1111. rm -f conftest*
  1112. if test "${EXEEXT_FOR_BUILD+set}" != set; then
  1113. AC_MSG_ERROR([Cannot determine suffix of executable build tools])
  1114. fi
  1115. else
  1116. EXEEXT_FOR_BUILD=$EXEEXT
  1117. fi
  1118. AC_MSG_RESULT([$EXEEXT_FOR_BUILD])
  1119. AC_SUBST([EXEEXT_FOR_BUILD])
  1120. AC_CONFIG_FILES([
  1121. Makefile
  1122. src/Makefile
  1123. src/helper/Makefile
  1124. src/jtag/Makefile
  1125. src/jtag/drivers/Makefile
  1126. src/jtag/stlink/Makefile
  1127. src/transport/Makefile
  1128. src/xsvf/Makefile
  1129. src/svf/Makefile
  1130. src/target/Makefile
  1131. src/rtos/Makefile
  1132. src/server/Makefile
  1133. src/flash/Makefile
  1134. src/flash/nor/Makefile
  1135. src/flash/nand/Makefile
  1136. src/pld/Makefile
  1137. doc/Makefile
  1138. ])
  1139. AC_OUTPUT