An implementation of Unix dc and POSIX bc with GNU and BSD extensions. Finished, but well-maintained.
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Add Makefile after wiping Chris Graff's code from this repo's history Why did I wipe someone from my history? I never used any of Graff's code in my bc. It existed alongside my code because he asked me to write a parser and virtual machine that would turn a math library he wrote into a `bc' that would (possibly) be added to toybox. I agreed and got to work. That was early January 2018. Over time, disagreements mounted. I was quickly becoming frustrated. I did want to get something into toybox, but I didn't know how to write arbitrary-precision math. However, in mid to late January, I decided, for kicks, to try to write one from scratch. After two weeks, I had a *very* basic, but complete, implementation. Graff still hadn't finished his, so I made the obvious decision to use my own. Knowing Graff's habit of getting angry easily, I kept that fact secret until I had finished the `bc' and presented it to toybox's maintainer. He did get mad, but eventually (no thanks to my failure to communicate properly with toybox's maintainer), my `bc' was accepted. Graff showed up two or three weeks later, under the name "Sasha Toltec", writing to the toybox mailing list that the `bc' was garbage and that I had stolen it from Graff. Thankfully, he was found out, and disaster was averted. To remove any basis for his claim that I stole his work, I am wiping my repository clean of his code. I am keeping a copy of the repo as it was before "Sasha" arrived, just in case Graff decides to claim that I did this illegally or unethically. The original history still shows otherwise. If you would like the repo with the original history, please email me at yzena DOT tech AT gmail DOT com.
4 years ago
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Add Makefile after wiping Chris Graff's code from this repo's history Why did I wipe someone from my history? I never used any of Graff's code in my bc. It existed alongside my code because he asked me to write a parser and virtual machine that would turn a math library he wrote into a `bc' that would (possibly) be added to toybox. I agreed and got to work. That was early January 2018. Over time, disagreements mounted. I was quickly becoming frustrated. I did want to get something into toybox, but I didn't know how to write arbitrary-precision math. However, in mid to late January, I decided, for kicks, to try to write one from scratch. After two weeks, I had a *very* basic, but complete, implementation. Graff still hadn't finished his, so I made the obvious decision to use my own. Knowing Graff's habit of getting angry easily, I kept that fact secret until I had finished the `bc' and presented it to toybox's maintainer. He did get mad, but eventually (no thanks to my failure to communicate properly with toybox's maintainer), my `bc' was accepted. Graff showed up two or three weeks later, under the name "Sasha Toltec", writing to the toybox mailing list that the `bc' was garbage and that I had stolen it from Graff. Thankfully, he was found out, and disaster was averted. To remove any basis for his claim that I stole his work, I am wiping my repository clean of his code. I am keeping a copy of the repo as it was before "Sasha" arrived, just in case Graff decides to claim that I did this illegally or unethically. The original history still shows otherwise. If you would like the repo with the original history, please email me at yzena DOT tech AT gmail DOT com.
4 years ago
#
# %%WARNING%%
#
.POSIX:
Add Makefile after wiping Chris Graff's code from this repo's history Why did I wipe someone from my history? I never used any of Graff's code in my bc. It existed alongside my code because he asked me to write a parser and virtual machine that would turn a math library he wrote into a `bc' that would (possibly) be added to toybox. I agreed and got to work. That was early January 2018. Over time, disagreements mounted. I was quickly becoming frustrated. I did want to get something into toybox, but I didn't know how to write arbitrary-precision math. However, in mid to late January, I decided, for kicks, to try to write one from scratch. After two weeks, I had a *very* basic, but complete, implementation. Graff still hadn't finished his, so I made the obvious decision to use my own. Knowing Graff's habit of getting angry easily, I kept that fact secret until I had finished the `bc' and presented it to toybox's maintainer. He did get mad, but eventually (no thanks to my failure to communicate properly with toybox's maintainer), my `bc' was accepted. Graff showed up two or three weeks later, under the name "Sasha Toltec", writing to the toybox mailing list that the `bc' was garbage and that I had stolen it from Graff. Thankfully, he was found out, and disaster was averted. To remove any basis for his claim that I stole his work, I am wiping my repository clean of his code. I am keeping a copy of the repo as it was before "Sasha" arrived, just in case Graff decides to claim that I did this illegally or unethically. The original history still shows otherwise. If you would like the repo with the original history, please email me at yzena DOT tech AT gmail DOT com.
4 years ago
ROOTDIR = %%ROOTDIR%%
INCDIR = $(ROOTDIR)/include
SRCDIR = $(ROOTDIR)/src
TESTSDIR = $(ROOTDIR)/tests
SCRIPTSDIR = $(ROOTDIR)/scripts
GENDIR = $(ROOTDIR)/gen
BUILDDIR = %%BUILDDIR%%
SRC = %%SRC%%
OBJ = %%OBJ%%
GCDA = %%GCDA%%
GCNO = %%GCNO%%
BC_ENABLED_NAME = BC_ENABLED
BC_ENABLED = %%BC_ENABLED%%
DC_ENABLED_NAME = DC_ENABLED
DC_ENABLED = %%DC_ENABLED%%
HEADERS = $(INCDIR)/args.h $(INCDIR)/file.h $(INCDIR)/lang.h $(INCDIR)/lex.h $(INCDIR)/num.h $(INCDIR)/opt.h $(INCDIR)/parse.h $(INCDIR)/program.h $(INCDIR)/read.h $(INCDIR)/status.h $(INCDIR)/vector.h $(INCDIR)/vm.h
BC_HEADERS = $(INCDIR)/bc.h
DC_HEADERS = $(INCDIR)/dc.h
HISTORY_HEADERS = $(INCDIR)/history.h
EXTRA_MATH_HEADERS = $(INCDIR)/rand.h
LIBRARY_HEADERS = $(INCDIR)/bcl.h $(INCDIR)/library.h
GEN_DIR = %%GEN_DIR%%
GEN = %%GEN%%
GEN_EXEC = $(GEN_DIR)/$(GEN)
GEN_C = $(GENDIR)/$(GEN).c
Add Makefile after wiping Chris Graff's code from this repo's history Why did I wipe someone from my history? I never used any of Graff's code in my bc. It existed alongside my code because he asked me to write a parser and virtual machine that would turn a math library he wrote into a `bc' that would (possibly) be added to toybox. I agreed and got to work. That was early January 2018. Over time, disagreements mounted. I was quickly becoming frustrated. I did want to get something into toybox, but I didn't know how to write arbitrary-precision math. However, in mid to late January, I decided, for kicks, to try to write one from scratch. After two weeks, I had a *very* basic, but complete, implementation. Graff still hadn't finished his, so I made the obvious decision to use my own. Knowing Graff's habit of getting angry easily, I kept that fact secret until I had finished the `bc' and presented it to toybox's maintainer. He did get mad, but eventually (no thanks to my failure to communicate properly with toybox's maintainer), my `bc' was accepted. Graff showed up two or three weeks later, under the name "Sasha Toltec", writing to the toybox mailing list that the `bc' was garbage and that I had stolen it from Graff. Thankfully, he was found out, and disaster was averted. To remove any basis for his claim that I stole his work, I am wiping my repository clean of his code. I am keeping a copy of the repo as it was before "Sasha" arrived, just in case Graff decides to claim that I did this illegally or unethically. The original history still shows otherwise. If you would like the repo with the original history, please email me at yzena DOT tech AT gmail DOT com.
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GEN_EMU = %%GEN_EMU%%
BC_LIB = $(GENDIR)/lib.bc
BC_LIB_C = $(GEN_DIR)/lib.c
BC_LIB_O = %%BC_LIB_O%%
BC_LIB_GCDA = $(GEN_DIR)/lib.gcda
BC_LIB_GCNO = $(GEN_DIR)/lib.gcno
Add Makefile after wiping Chris Graff's code from this repo's history Why did I wipe someone from my history? I never used any of Graff's code in my bc. It existed alongside my code because he asked me to write a parser and virtual machine that would turn a math library he wrote into a `bc' that would (possibly) be added to toybox. I agreed and got to work. That was early January 2018. Over time, disagreements mounted. I was quickly becoming frustrated. I did want to get something into toybox, but I didn't know how to write arbitrary-precision math. However, in mid to late January, I decided, for kicks, to try to write one from scratch. After two weeks, I had a *very* basic, but complete, implementation. Graff still hadn't finished his, so I made the obvious decision to use my own. Knowing Graff's habit of getting angry easily, I kept that fact secret until I had finished the `bc' and presented it to toybox's maintainer. He did get mad, but eventually (no thanks to my failure to communicate properly with toybox's maintainer), my `bc' was accepted. Graff showed up two or three weeks later, under the name "Sasha Toltec", writing to the toybox mailing list that the `bc' was garbage and that I had stolen it from Graff. Thankfully, he was found out, and disaster was averted. To remove any basis for his claim that I stole his work, I am wiping my repository clean of his code. I am keeping a copy of the repo as it was before "Sasha" arrived, just in case Graff decides to claim that I did this illegally or unethically. The original history still shows otherwise. If you would like the repo with the original history, please email me at yzena DOT tech AT gmail DOT com.
4 years ago
BC_LIB2 = $(GENDIR)/lib2.bc
BC_LIB2_C = $(GEN_DIR)/lib2.c
BC_LIB2_O = %%BC_LIB2_O%%
BC_LIB2_GCDA = $(GEN_DIR)/lib2.gcda
BC_LIB2_GCNO = $(GEN_DIR)/lib2.gcno
BC_HELP = $(GENDIR)/bc_help.txt
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BC_HELP_C = $(GEN_DIR)/bc_help.c
BC_HELP_O = %%BC_HELP_O%%
BC_HELP_GCDA = $(GEN_DIR)/bc_help.gcda
BC_HELP_GCNO = $(GEN_DIR)/bc_help.gcno
DC_HELP = $(GENDIR)/dc_help.txt
DC_HELP_C = $(GEN_DIR)/dc_help.c
DC_HELP_O = %%DC_HELP_O%%
DC_HELP_GCDA = $(GEN_DIR)/dc_help.gcda
DC_HELP_GCNO = $(GEN_DIR)/dc_help.gcno
BIN = bin
EXEC_SUFFIX = %%EXECSUFFIX%%
EXEC_PREFIX = %%EXECPREFIX%%
BC = bc
DC = dc
BC_EXEC = $(BIN)/$(EXEC_PREFIX)$(BC)
DC_EXEC = $(BIN)/$(EXEC_PREFIX)$(DC)
BC_TEST_OUTPUTS = tests/bc_outputs
BC_FUZZ_OUTPUTS = tests/fuzzing/bc_outputs1 tests/fuzzing/bc_outputs2 tests/fuzzing/bc_outputs3
DC_TEST_OUTPUTS = tests/dc_outputs
DC_FUZZ_OUTPUTS = tests/fuzzing/dc_outputs
LIB = libbcl
LIB_NAME = $(LIB).a
LIBBC = $(BIN)/$(LIB_NAME)
BCL = bcl
BCL_TEST = $(BIN)/$(BCL)
BCL_TEST_C = $(TESTSDIR)/$(BCL).c
MANUALS = manuals
BC_MANPAGE_NAME = $(EXEC_PREFIX)$(BC)$(EXEC_SUFFIX).1
BC_MANPAGE = $(MANUALS)/$(BC).1
BC_MD = $(BC_MANPAGE).md
DC_MANPAGE_NAME = $(EXEC_PREFIX)$(DC)$(EXEC_SUFFIX).1
DC_MANPAGE = $(MANUALS)/$(DC).1
DC_MD = $(DC_MANPAGE).md
BCL_MANPAGE_NAME = bcl.3
BCL_MANPAGE = $(MANUALS)/$(BCL_MANPAGE_NAME)
BCL_MD = $(BCL_MANPAGE).md
MANPAGE_INSTALL_ARGS = -Dm644
BINARY_INSTALL_ARGS = -Dm755
PC_INSTALL_ARGS = $(MANPAGE_INSTALL_ARGS)
BCL_PC = $(BCL).pc
PC_PATH = %%PC_PATH%%
BCL_HEADER_NAME = bcl.h
BCL_HEADER = $(INCDIR)/$(BCL_HEADER_NAME)
%%DESTDIR%%
BINDIR = %%BINDIR%%
INCLUDEDIR = %%INCLUDEDIR%%
LIBDIR = %%LIBDIR%%
MAN1DIR = %%MAN1DIR%%
MAN3DIR = %%MAN3DIR%%
MAIN_EXEC = $(EXEC_PREFIX)$(%%MAIN_EXEC%%)$(EXEC_SUFFIX)
EXEC = $(%%EXEC%%)
NLSPATH = %%NLSPATH%%
BC_BUILD_TYPE = %%BUILD_TYPE%%
BC_ENABLE_LIBRARY = %%LIBRARY%%
BC_ENABLE_HISTORY = %%HISTORY%%
BC_ENABLE_EXTRA_MATH_NAME = BC_ENABLE_EXTRA_MATH
BC_ENABLE_EXTRA_MATH = %%EXTRA_MATH%%
BC_ENABLE_NLS = %%NLS%%
BC_EXCLUDE_EXTRA_MATH = %%EXCLUDE_EXTRA_MATH%%
Add Makefile after wiping Chris Graff's code from this repo's history Why did I wipe someone from my history? I never used any of Graff's code in my bc. It existed alongside my code because he asked me to write a parser and virtual machine that would turn a math library he wrote into a `bc' that would (possibly) be added to toybox. I agreed and got to work. That was early January 2018. Over time, disagreements mounted. I was quickly becoming frustrated. I did want to get something into toybox, but I didn't know how to write arbitrary-precision math. However, in mid to late January, I decided, for kicks, to try to write one from scratch. After two weeks, I had a *very* basic, but complete, implementation. Graff still hadn't finished his, so I made the obvious decision to use my own. Knowing Graff's habit of getting angry easily, I kept that fact secret until I had finished the `bc' and presented it to toybox's maintainer. He did get mad, but eventually (no thanks to my failure to communicate properly with toybox's maintainer), my `bc' was accepted. Graff showed up two or three weeks later, under the name "Sasha Toltec", writing to the toybox mailing list that the `bc' was garbage and that I had stolen it from Graff. Thankfully, he was found out, and disaster was averted. To remove any basis for his claim that I stole his work, I am wiping my repository clean of his code. I am keeping a copy of the repo as it was before "Sasha" arrived, just in case Graff decides to claim that I did this illegally or unethically. The original history still shows otherwise. If you would like the repo with the original history, please email me at yzena DOT tech AT gmail DOT com.
4 years ago
BC_ENABLE_AFL = %%FUZZ%%
BC_ENABLE_MEMCHECK = %%MEMCHECK%%
BC_DEFAULT_BANNER = %%BC_DEFAULT_BANNER%%
BC_DEFAULT_SIGINT_RESET = %%BC_DEFAULT_SIGINT_RESET%%
DC_DEFAULT_SIGINT_RESET = %%DC_DEFAULT_SIGINT_RESET%%
BC_DEFAULT_TTY_MODE = %%BC_DEFAULT_TTY_MODE%%
DC_DEFAULT_TTY_MODE = %%DC_DEFAULT_TTY_MODE%%
BC_DEFAULT_PROMPT = %%BC_DEFAULT_PROMPT%%
DC_DEFAULT_PROMPT = %%DC_DEFAULT_PROMPT%%
BC_DEFAULT_EXPR_EXIT = %%BC_DEFAULT_EXPR_EXIT%%
DC_DEFAULT_EXPR_EXIT = %%DC_DEFAULT_EXPR_EXIT%%
BC_DEFAULT_DIGIT_CLAMP = %%BC_DEFAULT_DIGIT_CLAMP%%
DC_DEFAULT_DIGIT_CLAMP = %%DC_DEFAULT_DIGIT_CLAMP%%
RM = rm
MKDIR = mkdir
SCRIPTS = ./scripts
MINISTAT = ministat
MINISTAT_EXEC = $(SCRIPTS)/$(MINISTAT)
BITFUNCGEN = bitfuncgen
BITFUNCGEN_EXEC = $(SCRIPTS)/$(BITFUNCGEN)
INSTALL = $(SCRIPTSDIR)/exec-install.sh
SAFE_INSTALL = $(SCRIPTSDIR)/safe-install.sh
LINK = $(SCRIPTSDIR)/link.sh
MANPAGE = $(SCRIPTSDIR)/manpage.sh
KARATSUBA = $(SCRIPTSDIR)/karatsuba.py
LOCALE_INSTALL = $(SCRIPTSDIR)/locale_install.sh
LOCALE_UNINSTALL = $(SCRIPTSDIR)/locale_uninstall.sh
Add Makefile after wiping Chris Graff's code from this repo's history Why did I wipe someone from my history? I never used any of Graff's code in my bc. It existed alongside my code because he asked me to write a parser and virtual machine that would turn a math library he wrote into a `bc' that would (possibly) be added to toybox. I agreed and got to work. That was early January 2018. Over time, disagreements mounted. I was quickly becoming frustrated. I did want to get something into toybox, but I didn't know how to write arbitrary-precision math. However, in mid to late January, I decided, for kicks, to try to write one from scratch. After two weeks, I had a *very* basic, but complete, implementation. Graff still hadn't finished his, so I made the obvious decision to use my own. Knowing Graff's habit of getting angry easily, I kept that fact secret until I had finished the `bc' and presented it to toybox's maintainer. He did get mad, but eventually (no thanks to my failure to communicate properly with toybox's maintainer), my `bc' was accepted. Graff showed up two or three weeks later, under the name "Sasha Toltec", writing to the toybox mailing list that the `bc' was garbage and that I had stolen it from Graff. Thankfully, he was found out, and disaster was averted. To remove any basis for his claim that I stole his work, I am wiping my repository clean of his code. I am keeping a copy of the repo as it was before "Sasha" arrived, just in case Graff decides to claim that I did this illegally or unethically. The original history still shows otherwise. If you would like the repo with the original history, please email me at yzena DOT tech AT gmail DOT com.
4 years ago
VALGRIND_ARGS = --error-exitcode=100 --leak-check=full --show-leak-kinds=all --errors-for-leak-kinds=all
TEST_STARS = ***********************************************************************
BC_NUM_KARATSUBA_LEN = %%KARATSUBA_LEN%%
BC_DEFS0 = -DBC_DEFAULT_BANNER=$(BC_DEFAULT_BANNER)
BC_DEFS1 = -DBC_DEFAULT_SIGINT_RESET=$(BC_DEFAULT_SIGINT_RESET)
BC_DEFS2 = -DBC_DEFAULT_TTY_MODE=$(BC_DEFAULT_TTY_MODE)
BC_DEFS3 = -DBC_DEFAULT_PROMPT=$(BC_DEFAULT_PROMPT)
BC_DEFS4 = -DBC_DEFAULT_EXPR_EXIT=$(BC_DEFAULT_EXPR_EXIT)
BC_DEFS5 = -DBC_DEFAULT_DIGIT_CLAMP=$(BC_DEFAULT_DIGIT_CLAMP)
BC_DEFS = $(BC_DEFS0) $(BC_DEFS1) $(BC_DEFS2) $(BC_DEFS3) $(BC_DEFS4) $(BC_DEFS5)
DC_DEFS1 = -DDC_DEFAULT_SIGINT_RESET=$(DC_DEFAULT_SIGINT_RESET)
DC_DEFS2 = -DDC_DEFAULT_TTY_MODE=$(DC_DEFAULT_TTY_MODE)
DC_DEFS3 = -DDC_DEFAULT_PROMPT=$(DC_DEFAULT_PROMPT)
DC_DEFS4 = -DDC_DEFAULT_EXPR_EXIT=$(DC_DEFAULT_EXPR_EXIT)
DC_DEFS5 = -DDC_DEFAULT_DIGIT_CLAMP=$(DC_DEFAULT_DIGIT_CLAMP)
DC_DEFS = $(DC_DEFS1) $(DC_DEFS2) $(DC_DEFS3) $(DC_DEFS4) $(DC_DEFS5)
CPPFLAGS1 = -D$(BC_ENABLED_NAME)=$(BC_ENABLED) -D$(DC_ENABLED_NAME)=$(DC_ENABLED)
CPPFLAGS2 = $(CPPFLAGS1) -I$(INCDIR)/ -DBUILD_TYPE=$(BC_BUILD_TYPE) %%LONG_BIT_DEFINE%%
CPPFLAGS3 = $(CPPFLAGS2) -DEXECPREFIX=$(EXEC_PREFIX) -DMAINEXEC=$(MAIN_EXEC)
CPPFLAGS4 = $(CPPFLAGS3) %%BSD%%
CPPFLAGS5 = $(CPPFLAGS4) -DBC_NUM_KARATSUBA_LEN=$(BC_NUM_KARATSUBA_LEN)
CPPFLAGS6 = $(CPPFLAGS5) -DBC_ENABLE_NLS=$(BC_ENABLE_NLS)
CPPFLAGS7 = $(CPPFLAGS6) -D$(BC_ENABLE_EXTRA_MATH_NAME)=$(BC_ENABLE_EXTRA_MATH)
CPPFLAGS8 = $(CPPFLAGS7) -DBC_ENABLE_HISTORY=$(BC_ENABLE_HISTORY) -DBC_ENABLE_LIBRARY=$(BC_ENABLE_LIBRARY)
CPPFLAGS = $(CPPFLAGS8) -DBC_ENABLE_MEMCHECK=$(BC_ENABLE_MEMCHECK) -DBC_ENABLE_AFL=$(BC_ENABLE_AFL)
CFLAGS = $(CPPFLAGS) $(BC_DEFS) $(DC_DEFS) %%CPPFLAGS%% %%CFLAGS%% -I$(INCLUDEDIR)
LDFLAGS = %%LDFLAGS%% -L$(LIBDIR)
HOSTCFLAGS = %%HOSTCFLAGS%%
CC = %%CC%%
HOSTCC = %%HOSTCC%%
BC_LIB_C_ARGS = bc_lib bc_lib_name $(BC_ENABLED_NAME) 1
BC_LIB2_C_ARGS = bc_lib2 bc_lib2_name "$(BC_ENABLED_NAME) && $(BC_ENABLE_EXTRA_MATH_NAME)" 1
OBJS = $(DC_HELP_O) $(BC_HELP_O) $(BC_LIB_O) $(BC_LIB2_O) $(OBJ)
all: %%DEFAULT_TARGET%%
%%DEFAULT_TARGET%%: %%DEFAULT_TARGET_PREREQS%%
%%DEFAULT_TARGET_CMD%%
%%SECOND_TARGET%%: %%SECOND_TARGET_PREREQS%%
%%SECOND_TARGET_CMD%%
$(GEN_DIR):
mkdir -p $(GEN_DIR)
$(GEN_EXEC): $(GEN_DIR)
%%GEN_EXEC_TARGET%%
$(BC_LIB_C): $(GEN_EXEC) $(BC_LIB)
$(GEN_EMU) $(GEN_EXEC) $(BC_LIB) $(BC_LIB_C) $(BC_EXCLUDE_EXTRA_MATH) $(BC_LIB_C_ARGS)
$(BC_LIB_O): $(BC_LIB_C)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ -c $<
$(BC_LIB2_C): $(GEN_EXEC) $(BC_LIB2)
$(GEN_EMU) $(GEN_EXEC) $(BC_LIB2) $(BC_LIB2_C) $(BC_EXCLUDE_EXTRA_MATH) $(BC_LIB2_C_ARGS)
$(BC_LIB2_O): $(BC_LIB2_C)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ -c $<
$(BC_HELP_C): $(GEN_EXEC) $(BC_HELP)
$(GEN_EMU) $(GEN_EXEC) $(BC_HELP) $(BC_HELP_C) $(BC_EXCLUDE_EXTRA_MATH) bc_help "" $(BC_ENABLED_NAME)
$(BC_HELP_O): $(BC_HELP_C)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ -c $<
$(DC_HELP_C): $(GEN_EXEC) $(DC_HELP)
$(GEN_EMU) $(GEN_EXEC) $(DC_HELP) $(DC_HELP_C) $(BC_EXCLUDE_EXTRA_MATH) dc_help "" $(DC_ENABLED_NAME)
$(DC_HELP_O): $(DC_HELP_C)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ -c $<
$(BIN):
$(MKDIR) -p $(BIN)
src:
$(MKDIR) -p src
headers: %%HEADERS%%
$(MINISTAT):
mkdir -p $(SCRIPTS)
$(HOSTCC) $(HOSTCFLAGS) -lm -o $(MINISTAT_EXEC) $(ROOTDIR)/scripts/ministat.c
$(BITFUNCGEN):
mkdir -p $(SCRIPTS)
$(HOSTCC) $(HOSTCFLAGS) -lm -o $(BITFUNCGEN_EXEC) $(ROOTDIR)/scripts/bitfuncgen.c
Add Makefile after wiping Chris Graff's code from this repo's history Why did I wipe someone from my history? I never used any of Graff's code in my bc. It existed alongside my code because he asked me to write a parser and virtual machine that would turn a math library he wrote into a `bc' that would (possibly) be added to toybox. I agreed and got to work. That was early January 2018. Over time, disagreements mounted. I was quickly becoming frustrated. I did want to get something into toybox, but I didn't know how to write arbitrary-precision math. However, in mid to late January, I decided, for kicks, to try to write one from scratch. After two weeks, I had a *very* basic, but complete, implementation. Graff still hadn't finished his, so I made the obvious decision to use my own. Knowing Graff's habit of getting angry easily, I kept that fact secret until I had finished the `bc' and presented it to toybox's maintainer. He did get mad, but eventually (no thanks to my failure to communicate properly with toybox's maintainer), my `bc' was accepted. Graff showed up two or three weeks later, under the name "Sasha Toltec", writing to the toybox mailing list that the `bc' was garbage and that I had stolen it from Graff. Thankfully, he was found out, and disaster was averted. To remove any basis for his claim that I stole his work, I am wiping my repository clean of his code. I am keeping a copy of the repo as it was before "Sasha" arrived, just in case Graff decides to claim that I did this illegally or unethically. The original history still shows otherwise. If you would like the repo with the original history, please email me at yzena DOT tech AT gmail DOT com.
4 years ago
help:
@printf 'available targets:\n'
@printf '\n'
@printf ' all (default) builds %%EXECUTABLES%%\n'
@printf ' check alias for `make test`\n'
@printf ' clean removes all build files\n'
@printf ' clean_config removes all build files as well as the generated Makefile\n'
@printf ' clean_tests removes all build files, the generated Makefile,\n'
@printf ' and generated tests\n'
@printf ' install installs binaries to "%s%s"\n' "$(DESTDIR)" "$(BINDIR)"
@printf ' and (if enabled) manpages to "%s%s"\n' "$(DESTDIR)" "$(MAN1DIR)"
@printf ' karatsuba runs the karatsuba script (requires Python 3)\n'
@printf ' karatsuba_test runs the karatsuba script while running tests\n'
@printf ' (requires Python 3)\n'
@printf ' uninstall uninstalls binaries from "%s%s"\n' "$(DESTDIR)" "$(BINDIR)"
@printf ' and (if enabled) manpages from "%s%s"\n' "$(DESTDIR)" "$(MAN1DIR)"
@printf ' test runs the test suite\n'
@printf ' test_bc runs the bc test suite, if bc has been built\n'
@printf ' test_dc runs the dc test suite, if dc has been built\n'
@printf ' time_test runs the test suite, displaying times for some things\n'
@printf ' time_test_bc runs the bc test suite, displaying times for some things\n'
@printf ' time_test_dc runs the dc test suite, displaying times for some things\n'
@printf ' timeconst runs the test on the Linux timeconst.bc script,\n'
@printf ' if it exists and bc has been built\n'
run_all_tests: bc_all_tests timeconst_all_tests dc_all_tests
run_all_tests_np: bc_all_tests_np timeconst_all_tests dc_all_tests_np
bc_all_tests:
%%BC_ALL_TESTS%%
bc_all_tests_np:
%%BC_ALL_TESTS_NP%%
timeconst_all_tests:
%%TIMECONST_ALL_TESTS%%
dc_all_tests:
%%DC_ALL_TESTS%%
dc_all_tests_np:
%%DC_ALL_TESTS_NP%%
history_all_tests:
%%HISTORY_TESTS%%
check: test
test: %%TESTS%%
test_bc: test_bc_header test_bc_tests test_bc_scripts test_bc_errors test_bc_stdin test_bc_read test_bc_other
@printf '\nAll bc tests passed.\n\n$(TEST_STARS)\n'
test_bc_tests:%%BC_TESTS%%
test_bc_scripts:%%BC_SCRIPT_TESTS%%
test_bc_stdin:
@export BC_TEST_OUTPUT_DIR="$(BUILDDIR)/tests"; sh $(TESTSDIR)/stdin.sh bc %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_read:
@export BC_TEST_OUTPUT_DIR="$(BUILDDIR)/tests"; sh $(TESTSDIR)/read.sh bc %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_errors: test_bc_error_lines%%BC_ERROR_TESTS%%
test_bc_error_lines:
@export BC_TEST_OUTPUT_DIR="$(BUILDDIR)/tests"; sh $(TESTSDIR)/errors.sh bc %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_other:
@export BC_TEST_OUTPUT_DIR="$(BUILDDIR)/tests"; sh $(TESTSDIR)/other.sh bc $(BC_ENABLE_EXTRA_MATH) %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_header:
@printf '$(TEST_STARS)\n\nRunning bc tests...\n\n'
test_dc: test_dc_header test_dc_tests test_dc_scripts test_dc_errors test_dc_stdin test_dc_read test_dc_other
@printf '\nAll dc tests passed.\n\n$(TEST_STARS)\n'
test_dc_tests:%%DC_TESTS%%
test_dc_scripts:%%DC_SCRIPT_TESTS%%
test_dc_stdin:
@export BC_TEST_OUTPUT_DIR="$(BUILDDIR)/tests"; sh $(TESTSDIR)/stdin.sh dc %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_read:
@export BC_TEST_OUTPUT_DIR="$(BUILDDIR)/tests"; sh $(TESTSDIR)/read.sh dc %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_errors: test_dc_error_lines%%DC_ERROR_TESTS%%
test_dc_error_lines:
@export BC_TEST_OUTPUT_DIR="$(BUILDDIR)/tests"; sh $(TESTSDIR)/errors.sh dc %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_other:
@export BC_TEST_OUTPUT_DIR="$(BUILDDIR)/tests"; sh $(TESTSDIR)/other.sh dc $(BC_ENABLE_EXTRA_MATH) %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_header:
@printf '$(TEST_STARS)\n\nRunning dc tests...\n\n'
timeconst:
%%TIMECONST%%
test_history: test_history_header test_bc_history test_dc_history
@printf '\nAll history tests passed.\n\n$(TEST_STARS)\n'
test_bc_history:%%BC_HISTORY_TEST_PREREQS%%
test_bc_history_all: test_bc_history0 test_bc_history1 test_bc_history2 test_bc_history3 test_bc_history4 test_bc_history5 test_bc_history6 test_bc_history7 test_bc_history8 test_bc_history9 test_bc_history10 test_bc_history11 test_bc_history12 test_bc_history13 test_bc_history14 test_bc_history15 test_bc_history16 test_bc_history17 test_bc_history18 test_bc_history19 test_bc_history20 test_bc_history21
test_bc_history_skip:
@printf 'No bc history tests to run\n'
test_bc_history0:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 0 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history1:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 1 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history2:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 2 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history3:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 3 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history4:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 4 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history5:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 5 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history6:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 6 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history7:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 7 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history8:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 8 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history9:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 9 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history10:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 10 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history11:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 11 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history12:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 12 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history13:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 13 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history14:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 14 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history15:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 15 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history16:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 16 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history17:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 17 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history18:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 18 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history19:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 19 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history20:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 20 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_bc_history21:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh bc 21 %%BC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history:%%DC_HISTORY_TEST_PREREQS%%
test_dc_history_all: test_dc_history0 test_dc_history1 test_dc_history2 test_dc_history3 test_dc_history4 test_dc_history5 test_dc_history6 test_dc_history7 test_dc_history8 test_dc_history9 test_dc_history10
test_dc_history_skip:
@printf 'No dc history tests to run\n'
test_dc_history0:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 0 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history1:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 1 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history2:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 2 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history3:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 3 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history4:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 4 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history5:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 5 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history6:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 6 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history7:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 7 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history8:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 8 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history9:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 9 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_dc_history10:
@sh $(TESTSDIR)/history.sh dc 10 %%DC_TEST_EXEC%%
test_history_header:
@printf '$(TEST_STARS)\n\nRunning history tests...\n\n'
library_test: $(LIBBC)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(BCL_TEST_C) $(LIBBC) -o $(BCL_TEST)
test_library: library_test
%%BCL_TEST_EXEC%%
karatsuba:
%%KARATSUBA%%
karatsuba_test:
%%KARATSUBA_TEST%%
coverage_output:
%%COVERAGE_OUTPUT%%
coverage:%%COVERAGE_PREREQS%%
manpages:
$(MANPAGE) bc
$(MANPAGE) dc
$(MANPAGE) bcl
clean_gen:
@$(RM) -f $(GEN_EXEC)
clean:%%CLEAN_PREREQS%%
@printf 'Cleaning files...\n'
@$(RM) -f src/*.tmp gen/*.tmp
@$(RM) -f $(OBJ)
@$(RM) -f $(BC_EXEC)
@$(RM) -f $(DC_EXEC)
@$(RM) -fr $(BIN)
@$(RM) -f $(BC_LIB_C) $(BC_LIB_O)
@$(RM) -f $(BC_LIB2_C) $(BC_LIB2_O)
@$(RM) -f $(BC_HELP_C) $(BC_HELP_O)
@$(RM) -f $(DC_HELP_C) $(DC_HELP_O)
@$(RM) -fr vs/bin/ vs/lib/
clean_benchmarks:
@printf 'Cleaning benchmarks...\n'
@$(RM) -f $(MINISTAT_EXEC)
@$(RM) -f $(ROOTDIR)/benchmarks/bc/*.txt
@$(RM) -f $(ROOTDIR)/benchmarks/dc/*.txt
clean_config: clean clean_benchmarks
@printf 'Cleaning config...\n'
@$(RM) -f Makefile
@$(RM) -f $(BC_MD) $(BC_MANPAGE)
@$(RM) -f $(DC_MD) $(DC_MANPAGE)
clean_coverage:
@printf 'Cleaning coverage files...\n'
@$(RM) -f *.gcov
@$(RM) -f *.html
@$(RM) -f *.gcda *.gcno
@$(RM) -f *.profraw
@$(RM) -f $(GCDA) $(GCNO)
@$(RM) -f $(BC_GCDA) $(BC_GCNO)
@$(RM) -f $(DC_GCDA) $(DC_GCNO)
@$(RM) -f $(HISTORY_GCDA) $(HISTORY_GCNO)
@$(RM) -f $(RAND_GCDA) $(RAND_GCNO)
@$(RM) -f $(BC_LIB_GCDA) $(BC_LIB_GCNO)
@$(RM) -f $(BC_LIB2_GCDA) $(BC_LIB2_GCNO)
@$(RM) -f $(BC_HELP_GCDA) $(BC_HELP_GCNO)
@$(RM) -f $(DC_HELP_GCDA) $(DC_HELP_GCNO)
clean_tests: clean clean_config clean_coverage
@printf 'Cleaning test files...\n'
@$(RM) -fr $(BC_TEST_OUTPUTS) $(DC_TEST_OUTPUTS)
@$(RM) -fr $(BC_FUZZ_OUTPUTS) $(DC_FUZZ_OUTPUTS)
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/parse.txt $(TESTSDIR)/bc/parse_results.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/print.txt $(TESTSDIR)/bc/print_results.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/bessel.txt $(TESTSDIR)/bc/bessel_results.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/strings2.txt $(TESTSDIR)/bc/strings2_results.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/scripts/bessel.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/scripts/parse.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/scripts/print.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/scripts/add.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/scripts/divide.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/scripts/multiply.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/scripts/subtract.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/bc/scripts/strings2.txt
@$(RM) -f $(TESTSDIR)/dc/scripts/prime.txt