Source code for spack.build_systems.cmake

# Copyright 2013-2022 Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC and other
# Spack Project Developers. See the top-level COPYRIGHT file for details.
# SPDX-License-Identifier: (Apache-2.0 OR MIT)

import inspect
import os
import platform
import re
import sys
from typing import List

import six

from llnl.util.compat import Sequence
from llnl.util.filesystem import working_dir

import spack.build_environment
from spack.directives import conflicts, depends_on, variant
from spack.package import InstallError, PackageBase, run_after
from spack.util.path import convert_to_posix_path

# Regex to extract the primary generator from the CMake generator
# string.
_primary_generator_extractor = re.compile(r'(?:.* - )?(.*)')

def _extract_primary_generator(generator):
    """Use the compiled regex _primary_generator_extractor to extract the
    primary generator from the generator string which may contain an
    optional secondary generator.
    primary_generator = _primary_generator_extractor.match(generator).group(1)
    return primary_generator

[docs]class CMakePackage(PackageBase): """Specialized class for packages built using CMake For more information on the CMake build system, see: This class provides three phases that can be overridden: 1. :py:meth:`~.CMakePackage.cmake` 2. :py:meth:`` 3. :py:meth:`~.CMakePackage.install` They all have sensible defaults and for many packages the only thing necessary will be to override :py:meth:`~.CMakePackage.cmake_args`. For a finer tuning you may also override: +-----------------------------------------------+--------------------+ | **Method** | **Purpose** | +===============================================+====================+ | :py:meth:`~.CMakePackage.root_cmakelists_dir` | Location of the | | | root CMakeLists.txt| +-----------------------------------------------+--------------------+ | :py:meth:`~.CMakePackage.build_directory` | Directory where to | | | build the package | +-----------------------------------------------+--------------------+ The generator used by CMake can be specified by providing the generator attribute. Per, the format is: [<secondary-generator> - ]<primary_generator>. The full list of primary and secondary generators supported by CMake may be found in the documentation for the version of CMake used; however, at this time Spack supports only the primary generators "Unix Makefiles" and "Ninja." Spack's CMake support is agnostic with respect to primary generators. Spack will generate a runtime error if the generator string does not follow the prescribed format, or if the primary generator is not supported. """ #: Phases of a CMake package phases = ['cmake', 'build', 'install'] #: This attribute is used in UI queries that need to know the build #: system base class build_system_class = 'CMakePackage' build_targets = [] # type: List[str] install_targets = ['install'] build_time_test_callbacks = ['check'] #: The build system generator to use. #: #: See ``cmake --help`` for a list of valid generators. #: Currently, "Unix Makefiles" and "Ninja" are the only generators #: that Spack supports. Defaults to "Unix Makefiles". #: #: See #: for more information. generator = "Unix Makefiles" if sys.platform == 'win32': generator = "Ninja" depends_on('ninja') # variant('build_type', default='RelWithDebInfo', description='CMake build type', values=('Debug', 'Release', 'RelWithDebInfo', 'MinSizeRel')) # variant('ipo', default=False, description='CMake interprocedural optimization') # CMAKE_INTERPROCEDURAL_OPTIMIZATION only exists for CMake >= 3.9 conflicts('+ipo', when='^cmake@:3.8', msg='+ipo is not supported by CMake < 3.9') depends_on('cmake', type='build') @property def archive_files(self): """Files to archive for packages based on CMake""" return [os.path.join(self.build_directory, 'CMakeCache.txt')] @property def root_cmakelists_dir(self): """The relative path to the directory containing CMakeLists.txt This path is relative to the root of the extracted tarball, not to the ``build_directory``. Defaults to the current directory. :return: directory containing CMakeLists.txt """ return self.stage.source_path @property def std_cmake_args(self): """Standard cmake arguments provided as a property for convenience of package writers :return: standard cmake arguments """ # standard CMake arguments std_cmake_args = CMakePackage._std_args(self) std_cmake_args += getattr(self, 'cmake_flag_args', []) return std_cmake_args @staticmethod def _std_args(pkg): """Computes the standard cmake arguments for a generic package""" try: generator = pkg.generator except AttributeError: generator = CMakePackage.generator # Make sure a valid generator was chosen valid_primary_generators = ['Unix Makefiles', 'Ninja'] primary_generator = _extract_primary_generator(generator) if primary_generator not in valid_primary_generators: msg = "Invalid CMake generator: '{0}'\n".format(generator) msg += "CMakePackage currently supports the following " msg += "primary generators: '{0}'".\ format("', '".join(valid_primary_generators)) raise InstallError(msg) try: build_type = pkg.spec.variants['build_type'].value except KeyError: build_type = 'RelWithDebInfo' try: ipo = pkg.spec.variants['ipo'].value except KeyError: ipo = False define = CMakePackage.define args = [ '-G', generator, define('CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX', convert_to_posix_path(pkg.prefix)), define('CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE', build_type), define('BUILD_TESTING', pkg.run_tests), ] # CMAKE_INTERPROCEDURAL_OPTIMIZATION only exists for CMake >= 3.9 if pkg.spec.satisfies('^cmake@3.9:'): args.append(define('CMAKE_INTERPROCEDURAL_OPTIMIZATION', ipo)) if primary_generator == 'Unix Makefiles': args.append(define('CMAKE_VERBOSE_MAKEFILE', True)) if platform.mac_ver()[0]: args.extend([ define('CMAKE_FIND_FRAMEWORK', "LAST"), define('CMAKE_FIND_APPBUNDLE', "LAST"), ]) # Set up CMake rpath args.extend([ define('CMAKE_INSTALL_RPATH_USE_LINK_PATH', True), define('CMAKE_INSTALL_RPATH', spack.build_environment.get_rpaths(pkg)), define('CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH', spack.build_environment.get_cmake_prefix_path(pkg)) ]) return args
[docs] @staticmethod def define(cmake_var, value): """Return a CMake command line argument that defines a variable. The resulting argument will convert boolean values to OFF/ON and lists/tuples to CMake semicolon-separated string lists. All other values will be interpreted as strings. Examples: .. code-block:: python [define('BUILD_SHARED_LIBS', True), define('CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD', 14), define('swr', ['avx', 'avx2'])] will generate the following configuration options: .. code-block:: console ["-DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS:BOOL=ON", "-DCMAKE_CXX_STANDARD:STRING=14", "-DSWR:STRING=avx;avx2] """ # Create a list of pairs. Each pair includes a configuration # option and whether or not that option is activated if isinstance(value, bool): kind = 'BOOL' value = "ON" if value else "OFF" else: kind = 'STRING' if isinstance(value, Sequence) and not isinstance(value, six.string_types): value = ";".join(str(v) for v in value) else: value = str(value) return "".join(["-D", cmake_var, ":", kind, "=", value])
[docs] def define_from_variant(self, cmake_var, variant=None): """Return a CMake command line argument from the given variant's value. The optional ``variant`` argument defaults to the lower-case transform of ``cmake_var``. This utility function is similar to :meth:`~spack.build_systems.autotools.AutotoolsPackage.with_or_without`. Examples: Given a package with: .. code-block:: python variant('cxxstd', default='11', values=('11', '14'), multi=False, description='') variant('shared', default=True, description='') variant('swr', values=any_combination_of('avx', 'avx2'), description='') calling this function like: .. code-block:: python [self.define_from_variant('BUILD_SHARED_LIBS', 'shared'), self.define_from_variant('CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD', 'cxxstd'), self.define_from_variant('SWR')] will generate the following configuration options: .. code-block:: console ["-DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS:BOOL=ON", "-DCMAKE_CXX_STANDARD:STRING=14", "-DSWR:STRING=avx;avx2] for ``<spec-name> cxxstd=14 +shared swr=avx,avx2`` Note: if the provided variant is conditional, and the condition is not met, this function returns an empty string. CMake discards empty strings provided on the command line. """ if variant is None: variant = cmake_var.lower() if variant not in self.variants: raise KeyError( '"{0}" is not a variant of "{1}"'.format(variant, if variant not in self.spec.variants: return '' value = self.spec.variants[variant].value if isinstance(value, (tuple, list)): # Sort multi-valued variants for reproducibility value = sorted(value) return self.define(cmake_var, value)
[docs] def flags_to_build_system_args(self, flags): """Produces a list of all command line arguments to pass the specified compiler flags to cmake. Note CMAKE does not have a cppflags option, so cppflags will be added to cflags, cxxflags, and fflags to mimic the behavior in other tools.""" # Has to be dynamic attribute due to caching setattr(self, 'cmake_flag_args', []) flag_string = '-DCMAKE_{0}_FLAGS={1}' langs = {'C': 'c', 'CXX': 'cxx', 'Fortran': 'f'} # Handle language compiler flags for lang, pre in langs.items(): flag = pre + 'flags' # cmake has no explicit cppflags support -> add it to all langs lang_flags = ' '.join(flags.get(flag, []) + flags.get('cppflags', [])) if lang_flags: self.cmake_flag_args.append(flag_string.format(lang, lang_flags)) # Cmake has different linker arguments for different build types. # We specify for each of them. if flags['ldflags']: ldflags = ' '.join(flags['ldflags']) ld_string = '-DCMAKE_{0}_LINKER_FLAGS={1}' # cmake has separate linker arguments for types of builds. for type in ['EXE', 'MODULE', 'SHARED', 'STATIC']: self.cmake_flag_args.append(ld_string.format(type, ldflags)) # CMake has libs options separated by language. Apply ours to each. if flags['ldlibs']: libs_flags = ' '.join(flags['ldlibs']) libs_string = '-DCMAKE_{0}_STANDARD_LIBRARIES={1}' for lang in langs: self.cmake_flag_args.append(libs_string.format(lang, libs_flags))
@property def build_dirname(self): """Returns the directory name to use when building the package :return: name of the subdirectory for building the package """ return 'spack-build-%s' % self.spec.dag_hash(7) @property def build_directory(self): """Returns the directory to use when building the package :return: directory where to build the package """ return os.path.join(self.stage.path, self.build_dirname)
[docs] def cmake_args(self): """Produces a list containing all the arguments that must be passed to cmake, except: * CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX * CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE * BUILD_TESTING which will be set automatically. :return: list of arguments for cmake """ return []
[docs] def cmake(self, spec, prefix): """Runs ``cmake`` in the build directory""" options = self.std_cmake_args options += self.cmake_args() options.append(os.path.abspath(self.root_cmakelists_dir)) with working_dir(self.build_directory, create=True): inspect.getmodule(self).cmake(*options)
[docs] def build(self, spec, prefix): """Make the build targets""" with working_dir(self.build_directory): if self.generator == 'Unix Makefiles': inspect.getmodule(self).make(*self.build_targets) elif self.generator == 'Ninja': self.build_targets.append("-v") inspect.getmodule(self).ninja(*self.build_targets)
[docs] def install(self, spec, prefix): """Make the install targets""" with working_dir(self.build_directory): if self.generator == 'Unix Makefiles': inspect.getmodule(self).make(*self.install_targets) elif self.generator == 'Ninja': inspect.getmodule(self).ninja(*self.install_targets)
[docs] def check(self): """Searches the CMake-generated Makefile for the target ``test`` and runs it if found. """ with working_dir(self.build_directory): if self.generator == 'Unix Makefiles': self._if_make_target_execute('test', jobs_env='CTEST_PARALLEL_LEVEL') self._if_make_target_execute('check') elif self.generator == 'Ninja': self._if_ninja_target_execute('test', jobs_env='CTEST_PARALLEL_LEVEL') self._if_ninja_target_execute('check')
# Check that self.prefix is there after installation run_after('install')(PackageBase.sanity_check_prefix)