* Andrew Jones (drjo...@redhat.com) wrote: > On Mon, Feb 05, 2018 at 06:18:46PM +0000, Dr. David Alan Gilbert (git) wrote: > > diff --git a/tests/migration/rebuild-x86-bootblock.sh > > b/tests/migration/rebuild-x86-bootblock.sh > > new file mode 100755 > > index 0000000000..c40f025e1a > > --- /dev/null > > +++ b/tests/migration/rebuild-x86-bootblock.sh > > @@ -0,0 +1,37 @@ > > +#!/bin/sh > > +# Copyright (c) 2016 Red Hat, Inc. and/or its affiliates > > +# This work is licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL, version 2 or later. > > +# See the COPYING file in the top-level directory. > > +# > > +# Author: dgilb...@redhat.com > > + > > +ASMFILE=tests/migration/x86-a-b-bootblock.s > > +HEADER=tests/migration/x86-a-b-bootblock.h > > + > > +if [ ! -e "$ASMFILE" ] > > +then > > + echo "Couldn't find $ASMFILE" >&2 > > + exit 1 > > +fi > > + > > +ASM_WORK_DIR=/tmp/X86BB$$ > > mktemp?
Yes, that's probably fair. > > +mkdir $ASM_WORK_DIR && > > +as --32 -march=i486 "$ASMFILE" -o $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.o && > > +objcopy -O binary $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.o $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.boot && > > +dd if=$ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.boot of=$ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.bootsect \ > > + bs=256 count=2 skip=124 && > > +xxd -i $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.bootsect | > > Is xxd now considered a common enough tool for portable scripts? I've > always liked xxd for manual use, but scripted with 'od'. This script isn't part of a normal build or make check or anything, so jumping through hoops to make it portable for the mythical other person who might ever run it seems OTT, especially since xxd is very common, and I'm not sure how much I'd bet on the portability of od's output format either. Dave > > +sed -e 's/_tmp.*_bootsect/x86_bootsect/' -e 's/.*int.*//' > \ > > + $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.hex && > > +cat - $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.hex <<HERE > "$HEADER" > > +/* This file is automatically generated from > > + * tests/migration/x86-a-b-bootblock.s, edit that and then run > > + * tests/migration/rebuild-x86-bootblock.sh to update, > > + * and then remember to send both in your patch submission. > > + */ > > +HERE > > + > > +rm $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.hex $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.bootsect $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.boot > > +rm $ASM_WORK_DIR/bb.o > > +rmdir $ASM_WORK_DIR > > + > > Thanks, > drew -- Dr. David Alan Gilbert / dgilb...@redhat.com / Manchester, UK