Dear Joel, Dear Anders, Sorry for the whitespace mess: I did not know about the uncrustify stuff. I added it in my pre-commit hook, so this should append again.
I now have a running version on AppVeyor (https://ci.appveyor.com/project/jd-gascuel/ccache <https://ci.appveyor.com/project/jd-gascuel/ccache>): - It is automatically build with your autogen / configure / make suite - it is compiled with Visual 2013 and Visual 2015 compilers, in either 32 and 64 bits versions. - it pass the internal unit tests - one can download a compiled alpha version (eg. https://ci.appveyor.com/api/buildjobs/86tv41vdbkr29u9a/artifacts/ccache.exe <https://ci.appveyor.com/api/buildjobs/86tv41vdbkr29u9a/artifacts/ccache.exe>) To do so: - I had to fix 2 bugs from the original ccache sources, when compiled in WIN32 environment. I guess you could cherry-pick them: o make_relative_path(char *path) does a free(path+1): https://github.com/jd-gascuel/ccache/commit/3160e9e3928d33ade688510f856cae653b08ed07 <https://github.com/jd-gascuel/ccache/commit/3160e9e3928d33ade688510f856cae653b08ed07> o hash_command_output() makes a double free of win32args == cmd https://github.com/jd-gascuel/ccache/commit/936a295336bddab9fb1d77183ae2545df2d26560 <https://github.com/jd-gascuel/ccache/commit/936a295336bddab9fb1d77183ae2545df2d26560> - I had to upgrade config.guess and config.sub to the latest version. The old version (2012-07-31) did not recognise my MSYS2 build image. This seems to make Travis shock: I’ll have a look there. - I made quiet a few changes in configure.ac, Makefile.in and dev.mk.in. The main challenge there was: o $(CC) was used both for compilation and link. On Windows it is two separate executables. o Use of standard OBJEXT to manage .o vs. .obj, and of new LIBEXT to manage .a vs. .lib o Use different compile options (eg. -nologo -MD -O3 -W3). And link options too. o Visual have a different syntax to compile objects: “cl -Fofoo.obj -c foo.c” instead of “gcc -o foo.o -c foo.c” o Visual have a different syntax to force include (“-FIconfig.h” instead of “—include config.h”) … and mainly the fact this was my first autoconf project, my first MSYS project and my first AppVeyor project too. Things I would like to do now: - Make sure Travis works again ! - Make it run for another compiler (mingw32 and mingw64 ?) because some config stuff do not use the proper predicate yet. - Make test.sh to run with cl.exe, if easy. - Add a few unit tests for WIN32 specific paths and options. Questions: - Any advice on how to do simpler ? - Any advice on things I should do differently to better suite your taste ? - How do you prefer I manage the configuration stuff: in configure.ac (eg. settings a LINK variable) or in Makefile (using ifeq()) ? Thanks again for your time, -- JD dot Gascuel at free dot fr > On 17 Mar 2017, at 20:32, Anders Björklund <notificati...@github.com> wrote: > > Seems that there is an awful lot of hacks needed to support this platform and > compiler. > And the whitespace issues have only gotten worse ? Maybe it is not feasible > to do this... > > — > You are receiving this because you authored the thread. > Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub > <https://github.com/ccache/ccache/pull/162#issuecomment-287450486>, or mute > the thread > <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AZEC1tRjlMH51dZBDF9TtlhEUJYwtBrnks5rmt-zgaJpZM4MaPob>. > _______________________________________________ ccache mailing list email@example.com https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/ccache