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meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
# -*- mode: meson -*-
# SPDX-License-Identifier: LGPL-2.1-or-later
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('version-tag', type : 'string',
description : 'override the git version string')
option('mode', type : 'combo', choices : ['developer', 'release'],
description : 'autoenable features suitable for systemd development/release builds')
option('split-usr', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : '''/bin, /sbin aren't symlinks into /usr''')
option('split-bin', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : '''sbin is not a symlink to bin''')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('rootlibdir', type : 'string',
description : '''[/usr]/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu or such''')
option('rootprefix', type : 'string',
description : '''override the root prefix [default '/' if split-usr and '/usr' otherwise]''')
option('link-udev-shared', type : 'boolean',
description : 'link systemd-udev and its helpers to libsystemd-shared.so')
option('link-systemctl-shared', type: 'boolean',
description : 'link systemctl against libsystemd-shared.so')
option('link-networkd-shared', type: 'boolean',
description : 'link systemd-networkd and its helpers to libsystemd-shared.so')
option('link-timesyncd-shared', type: 'boolean',
description : 'link systemd-timesyncd and its helpers to libsystemd-shared.so')
option('static-libsystemd', type : 'combo',
choices : ['false', 'true', 'pic', 'no-pic'],
description : '''install a static library for libsystemd''')
option('static-libudev', type : 'combo',
choices : ['false', 'true', 'pic', 'no-pic'],
description : 'install a static library for libudev')
option('standalone-binaries', type : 'boolean', value : 'false',
description : 'also build standalone versions of supported binaries')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('sysvinit-path', type : 'string', value : '/etc/init.d',
description : 'the directory where the SysV init scripts are located')
option('sysvrcnd-path', type : 'string', value : '/etc/rc.d',
description : 'the base directory for SysV rcN.d directories')
option('telinit-path', type : 'string', value : '/lib/sysvinit/telinit',
description : 'path to telinit')
option('rc-local', type : 'string',
value : '/etc/rc.local')
option('initrd', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install services for use when running systemd in initrd')
option('compat-mutable-uid-boundaries', type : 'boolean', value : 'false',
description : 'look at uid boundaries in /etc/login.defs for compatibility')
option('nscd', type : 'boolean',
description : 'build support for flushing of the nscd caches')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('quotaon-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to quotaon')
option('quotacheck-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to quotacheck')
option('kmod-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to kmod')
option('kexec-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to kexec')
option('sulogin-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to sulogin')
option('mount-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to mount')
option('umount-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to umount')
option('loadkeys-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to loadkeys')
option('setfont-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to setfont')
option('nologin-path', type : 'string', description : 'path to nologin')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('debug-shell', type : 'string', value : '/bin/sh',
description : 'path to debug shell binary')
option('debug-tty', type : 'string', value : '/dev/tty9',
description : 'specify the tty device for debug shell')
option('debug-extra', type : 'array', choices : ['hashmap', 'mmap-cache', 'siphash'], value : [],
description : 'enable extra debugging')
option('memory-accounting-default', type : 'boolean',
description : 'enable MemoryAccounting= by default')
option('bump-proc-sys-fs-file-max', type : 'boolean',
description : 'bump /proc/sys/fs/file-max to LONG_MAX')
option('bump-proc-sys-fs-nr-open', type : 'boolean',
description : 'bump /proc/sys/fs/nr_open to INT_MAX')
option('valgrind', type : 'boolean', value : false,
description : 'do extra operations to avoid valgrind warnings')
option('log-trace', type : 'boolean', value : false,
description : 'enable low level debug logging')
option('user-path', type : 'string',
description : '$PATH to use for user sessions')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('utmp', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for utmp/wtmp log handling')
option('hibernate', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for hibernation')
option('ldconfig', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for dynamic linker cache creation')
option('resolve', type : 'boolean',
description : 'systemd-resolved stack')
option('efi', type : 'boolean',
description : 'enable systemd-boot and bootctl')
option('tpm', type : 'boolean',
description : 'TPM should be used to log events and extend the registers')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('environment-d', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for environment.d')
option('binfmt', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for custom binary formats')
option('repart', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'install the systemd-repart tool')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('coredump', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the coredump handler')
pstore: Tool to archive contents of pstore This patch introduces the systemd pstore service which will archive the contents of the Linux persistent storage filesystem, pstore, to other storage, thus preserving the existing information contained in the pstore, and clearing pstore storage for future error events. Linux provides a persistent storage file system, pstore[1], that can store error records when the kernel dies (or reboots or powers-off). These records in turn can be referenced to debug kernel problems (currently the kernel stuffs the tail of the dmesg, which also contains a stack backtrace, into pstore). The pstore file system supports a variety of backends that map onto persistent storage, such as the ACPI ERST[2, Section 18.5 Error Serialization] and UEFI variables[3 Appendix N Common Platform Error Record]. The pstore backends typically offer a relatively small amount of persistent storage, e.g. 64KiB, which can quickly fill up and thus prevent subsequent kernel crashes from recording errors. Thus there is a need to monitor and extract the pstore contents so that future kernel problems can also record information in the pstore. The pstore service is independent of the kdump service. In cloud environments specifically, host and guest filesystems are on remote filesystems (eg. iSCSI or NFS), thus kdump relies [implicitly and/or explicitly] upon proper operation of networking software *and* hardware *and* infrastructure. Thus it may not be possible to capture a kernel coredump to a file since writes over the network may not be possible. The pstore backend, on the other hand, is completely local and provides a path to store error records which will survive a reboot and aid in post-mortem debugging. Usage Notes: This tool moves files from /sys/fs/pstore into /var/lib/systemd/pstore. To enable kernel recording of error records into pstore, one must either pass crash_kexec_post_notifiers[4] to the kernel command line or enable via 'echo Y > /sys/module/kernel/parameters/crash_kexec_post_notifiers'. This option invokes the recording of errors into pstore *before* an attempt to kexec/kdump on a kernel crash. Optionally, to record reboots and shutdowns in the pstore, one can either pass the printk.always_kmsg_dump[4] to the kernel command line or enable via 'echo Y > /sys/module/printk/parameters/always_kmsg_dump'. This option enables code on the shutdown path to record information via pstore. This pstore service is a oneshot service. When run, the service invokes systemd-pstore which is a tool that performs the following: - reads the pstore.conf configuration file - collects the lists of files in the pstore (eg. /sys/fs/pstore) - for certain file types (eg. dmesg) a handler is invoked - for all other files, the file is moved from pstore - In the case of dmesg handler, final processing occurs as such: - files processed in reverse lexigraphical order to faciliate reconstruction of original dmesg - the filename is examined to determine which dmesg it is a part - the file is appended to the reconstructed dmesg For example, the following pstore contents: root@vm356:~# ls -al /sys/fs/pstore total 0 drwxr-x--- 2 root root 0 May 9 09:50 . drwxr-xr-x 7 root root 0 May 9 09:50 .. -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1610 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337601001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1778 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337602001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1726 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337603001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1746 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337604001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1686 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337605001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1690 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337606001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1775 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337607001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1811 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337608001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1817 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337609001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1795 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337710001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1770 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337711001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1796 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337712001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1787 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337713001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1808 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337714001 -r--r--r-- 1 root root 1754 May 9 09:49 dmesg-efi-155741337715001 results in the following: root@vm356:~# ls -al /var/lib/systemd/pstore/155741337/ total 92 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 May 9 09:50 . drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 40 May 9 09:50 .. -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1610 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337601001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1778 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337602001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1726 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337603001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1746 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337604001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1686 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337605001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1690 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337606001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1775 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337607001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1811 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337608001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1817 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337609001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1795 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337710001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1770 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337711001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1796 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337712001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1787 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337713001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1808 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337714001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1754 May 9 09:50 dmesg-efi-155741337715001 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 26754 May 9 09:50 dmesg.txt where dmesg.txt is reconstructed from the group of related dmesg-efi-155741337* files. Configuration file: The pstore.conf configuration file has four settings, described below. - Storage : one of "none", "external", or "journal". With "none", this tool leaves the contents of pstore untouched. With "external", the contents of the pstore are moved into the /var/lib/systemd/pstore, as well as logged into the journal. With "journal", the contents of the pstore are recorded only in the systemd journal. The default is "external". - Unlink : is a boolean. When "true", the default, then files in the pstore are removed once processed. When "false", processing of the pstore occurs normally, but the pstore files remain. References: [1] "Persistent storage for a kernel's dying breath", March 23, 2011. https://lwn.net/Articles/434821/ [2] "Advanced Configuration and Power Interface Specification", version 6.2, May 2017. https://www.uefi.org/sites/default/files/resources/ACPI_6_2.pdf [3] "Unified Extensible Firmware Interface Specification", version 2.8, March 2019. https://uefi.org/sites/default/files/resources/UEFI_Spec_2_8_final.pdf [4] "The kernel’s command-line parameters", https://static.lwn.net/kerneldoc/admin-guide/kernel-parameters.html
3 years ago
option('pstore', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the pstore archival tool')
option('oomd', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'install the userspace oom killer')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('logind', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-logind stack')
option('hostnamed', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-hostnamed stack')
option('localed', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-localed stack')
option('machined', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-machined stack')
option('portabled', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-portabled stack')
option('userdb', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-userdbd stack')
option('homed', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'install the systemd-homed stack')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('networkd', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-networkd stack')
option('timedated', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-timedated daemon')
option('timesyncd', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the systemd-timesyncd daemon')
option('remote', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'support for "journal over the network"')
option('create-log-dirs', type : 'boolean',
description : 'create /var/log/journal{,/remote}')
option('nss-myhostname', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install nss-myhostname module')
option('nss-mymachines', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'install nss-mymachines module')
option('nss-resolve', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'install nss-resolve module')
option('nss-systemd', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install nss-systemd module')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('firstboot', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for firstboot mechanism')
option('randomseed', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for restoring random seed')
option('backlight', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for restoring backlight state')
option('vconsole', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for vconsole configuration')
option('quotacheck', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for the quotacheck tools')
option('sysusers', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for the sysusers configuration')
option('tmpfiles', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for tmpfiles.d')
option('importd', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'install the systemd-importd daemon')
option('hwdb', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for the hardware database')
option('rfkill', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for the rfkill tools')
option('xdg-autostart', type : 'boolean',
description : 'install the xdg-autostart-generator and unit')
option('man', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
value : 'false',
description : 'build and install man pages')
option('html', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
value : 'false',
description : 'build and install html pages')
meson: Add option to disable translations This speeds up the meson install step by half a second which, given the trivial changes required to add this option, makes it worth the effort to support this. Before: ``` ‣ Running build script... [1/418] Generating version.h with a custom command Installing /root/build/po/be.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/be/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/be@latin.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/be@latin/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/bg.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/bg/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/ca.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/ca/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/cs.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/cs/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/da.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/da/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/de.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/el.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/el/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/es.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/es/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/fr.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/fr/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/gl.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/gl/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/hr.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/hr/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/hu.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/hu/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/id.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/id/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/it.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/it/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/ja.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/ja/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/ko.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/ko/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/lt.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/lt/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/pl.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/pl/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/pt_BR.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/pt_BR/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/ro.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/ro/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/ru.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/ru/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/sk.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/sk/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/sr.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/sr/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/sv.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/sv/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/tr.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/tr/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/uk.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/uk/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/zh_CN.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/zh_CN/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/zh_TW.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/zh_TW/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo Installing /root/build/po/pa.gmo to /root/dest/usr/share/locale/pa/LC_MESSAGES/systemd.mo real 0m1.467s user 0m1.064s sys 0m0.392s ``` After (with translations disabled): ``` ‣ Running build script... [1/418] Generating version.h with a custom command real 0m0.925s user 0m0.622s sys 0m0.301s ```
2 years ago
option('translations', type : 'boolean', value : true,
description : 'build and install translations')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('certificate-root', type : 'string', value : '/etc/ssl',
description : 'the prefix for TLS certificates')
option('dbuspolicydir', type : 'string',
description : 'D-Bus policy directory')
option('dbussessionservicedir', type : 'string',
description : 'D-Bus session service directory')
option('dbussystemservicedir', type : 'string',
description : 'D-Bus system service directory')
option('pkgconfigdatadir', type : 'string', value : '',
description : 'directory for arch-independent pkg-config files')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('pkgconfiglibdir', type : 'string', value : '',
description : 'directory for standard pkg-config files')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('rpmmacrosdir', type : 'string', value : 'lib/rpm/macros.d',
description : 'directory for rpm macros ["no" disables]')
option('pamlibdir', type : 'string',
description : 'directory for PAM modules')
option('pamconfdir', type : 'string',
description : 'directory for PAM configuration ["no" disables]')
option('docdir', type : 'string',
description : 'documentation directory')
option('install-sysconfdir', type : 'boolean', value : true,
description : 'install configuration files to $sysconfdir')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('fallback-hostname', type : 'string', value : 'localhost',
description : 'the hostname used if none configured')
option('default-hierarchy', type : 'combo',
choices : ['legacy', 'hybrid', 'unified'], value : 'unified',
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'default cgroup hierarchy')
option('default-net-naming-scheme', type : 'combo',
choices : ['latest', 'v238', 'v239', 'v240'],
description : 'default net.naming-scheme= value')
option('status-unit-format-default', type : 'combo',
choices : ['description', 'name'],
description : 'use unit name or description in messages by default')
option('time-epoch', type : 'integer', value : '-1',
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'time epoch for time clients')
option('system-alloc-uid-min', type : 'integer', value : '-1',
description : 'minimum system UID used when allocating')
option('system-alloc-gid-min', type : 'integer', value : '-1',
description : 'minimum system GID used when allocating')
option('system-uid-max', type : 'integer', value : '-1',
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'maximum system UID')
option('system-gid-max', type : 'integer', value : '-1',
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'maximum system GID')
option('dynamic-uid-min', type : 'integer', value : 0x0000EF00,
description : 'minimum dynamic UID')
option('dynamic-uid-max', type : 'integer', value : 0x0000FFEF,
description : 'maximum dynamic UID')
option('container-uid-base-min', type : 'integer', value : 0x00080000,
description : 'minimum container UID base')
option('container-uid-base-max', type : 'integer', value : 0x6FFF0000,
description : 'maximum container UID base')
option('tty-gid', type : 'integer', value : 5,
description : 'the numeric GID of the "tty" group')
option('users-gid', type : 'integer', value : '-1',
description : 'the numeric GID of the "users" group')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('adm-group', type : 'boolean',
description : 'the ACL for adm group should be added')
option('wheel-group', type : 'boolean',
description : 'the ACL for wheel group should be added')
option('nobody-user', type : 'string',
description : 'The name of the nobody user (the one with UID 65534)',
value : 'nobody')
option('nobody-group', type : 'string',
description : 'The name of the nobody group (the one with GID 65534)',
value : 'nobody')
option('dev-kvm-mode', type : 'string', value : '0666',
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : '/dev/kvm access mode')
option('group-render-mode', type : 'string', value : '0666',
description : 'Access mode for devices owned by render group (e.g. /dev/dri/renderD*, /dev/kfd).')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('default-kill-user-processes', type : 'boolean',
description : 'the default value for KillUserProcesses= setting')
option('gshadow', type : 'boolean',
description : 'support for shadow group')
option('default-locale', type : 'string', value : '',
description : 'default locale used when /etc/locale.conf does not exist')
option('service-watchdog', type : 'string', value : '3min',
description : 'default watchdog setting for systemd services')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('default-dnssec', type : 'combo',
description : 'default DNSSEC mode',
choices : ['yes', 'allow-downgrade', 'no'],
value : 'allow-downgrade')
option('default-dns-over-tls', type : 'combo',
description : 'default DNS-over-TLS mode',
choices : ['yes', 'opportunistic', 'no'],
value : 'no')
option('default-mdns', type : 'combo',
choices : ['yes', 'resolve', 'no'],
description : 'default MulticastDNS mode',
value : 'yes')
option('default-llmnr', type : 'combo',
choices : ['yes', 'resolve', 'no'],
description : 'default LLMNR mode',
value : 'yes')
option('dns-over-tls', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'gnutls', 'openssl', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'DNS-over-TLS support')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('dns-servers', type : 'string',
description : 'space-separated list of default DNS servers',
value : '1.1.1.1 8.8.8.8 1.0.0.1 8.8.4.4 2606:4700:4700::1111 2001:4860:4860::8888 2606:4700:4700::1001 2001:4860:4860::8844')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('ntp-servers', type : 'string',
description : 'space-separated list of default NTP servers',
value : 'time1.google.com time2.google.com time3.google.com time4.google.com')
option('support-url', type : 'string',
description : 'the support URL to show in catalog entries included in systemd',
value : 'https://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/systemd-devel')
option('www-target', type : 'string',
description : 'the address and dir to upload docs too',
value : 'www.freedesktop.org:/srv/www.freedesktop.org/www/software/systemd')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('seccomp', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'SECCOMP support')
option('selinux', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'SELinux support')
option('apparmor', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'AppArmor support')
option('smack', type : 'boolean',
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'SMACK support')
option('smack-run-label', type : 'string',
description : 'run systemd --system itself with a specific SMACK label')
option('polkit', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'polkit support')
option('ima', type : 'boolean',
description : 'IMA support')
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
option('acl', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'libacl support')
option('audit', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'libaudit support')
option('blkid', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'libblkid support')
option('fdisk', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'libfdisk support')
option('kmod', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'support for loadable modules')
option('pam', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'PAM support')
option('pwquality', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'libpwquality support')
option('microhttpd', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'libµhttpd support')
option('libcryptsetup', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'libcryptsetup support')
option('libcurl', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'libcurl support')
option('idn', type : 'boolean',
description : 'use IDN when printing hostnames')
option('libidn2', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'libidn2 support')
option('libidn', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'libidn support')
option('libiptc', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'libiptc support')
option('qrencode', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'libqrencode support')
option('gcrypt', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'gcrypt support')
option('gnutls', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'gnutls support')
option('openssl', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'openssl support')
option('p11kit', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'p11kit support')
option('libfido2', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'FIDO2 support')
option('tpm2', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
description : 'TPM2 support')
option('elfutils', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'elfutils support')
option('zlib', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'zlib compression support')
option('bzip2', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'bzip2 compression support')
option('xz', type : 'combo', choices : ['auto', 'true', 'false'],
meson: build systemd using meson It's crucial that we can build systemd using VS2010! ... er, wait, no, that's not the official reason. We need to shed old systems by requring python 3! Oh, no, it's something else. Maybe we need to throw out 345 years of knowlege accumulated in autotools? Whatever, this new thing is cool and shiny, let's use it. This is not complete, I'm throwing it out here for your amusement and critique. - rules for sd-boot are missing. Those might be quite complicated. - rules for tests are missing too. Those are probably quite simple and repetitive, but there's lots of them. - it's likely that I didn't get all the conditions right, I only tested "full" compilation where most deps are provided and nothing is disabled. - busname.target and all .busname units are skipped on purpose. Otherwise, installation into $DESTDIR has the same list of files and the autoconf install, except for .la files. It'd be great if people had a careful look at all the library linking options. I added stuff until things compiled, and in the end there's much less linking then in the old system. But it seems that there's still a lot of unnecessary deps. meson has a `shared_module` statement, which sounds like something appropriate for our nss and pam modules. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to work. For the nss modules, we need an .so version of '2', but `shared_module` disallows the version argument. For the pam module, it also didn't work, I forgot the reason. The handling of .m4 and .in and .m4.in files is rather awkward. It's likely that this could be simplified. If make support is ever dropped, I think it'd make sense to switch to a different templating system so that two different languages and not required, which would make everything simpler yet. v2: - use get_pkgconfig_variable - use sh not bash - use add_project_arguments v3: - drop required:true and fix progs/prog typo v4: - use find_library('bz2') - add TTY_GID definition - define __SANE_USERSPACE_TYPES__ - use join_paths(prefix, ...) is used on all paths to make them all absolute v5: - replace all declare_dependency's with [] - add more conf.get guards around optional components v6: - drop -pipe, -Wall which are the default in meson - use compiler.has_function() and compiler.has_header_symbol instead of the hand-rolled checks. - fix duplication in 'liblibsystemd' library name - use the right .sym file for pam_systemd - rename 'compiler' to 'cc': shorter, and more idiomatic. v7: - use ENABLE_ENVIRONMENT_D not HAVE_ENVIRONMENT_D - rename prefix to prefixdir, rootprefix to rootprefixdir ("prefix" is too common of a name and too easy to overwrite by mistake) - wrap more stuff with conf.get('ENABLE...') == 1 - use rootprefix=='/' and rootbindir as install_dir, to fix paths under split-usr==true. v8: - use .split() also for src/coredump. Now everything is consistent ;) - add rootlibdir option and use it on the libraries that require it v9: - indentation v10: - fix check for qrencode and libaudit v11: - unify handling of executable paths, provide options for all progs This makes the meson build behave slightly differently than the autoconf-based one, because we always first try to find the executable in the filesystem, and fall back to the default. I think different handling of loadkeys, setfont, and telinit was just a historical accident. In addition to checking in $PATH, also check /usr/sbin/, /sbin for programs. In Fedora $PATH includes /usr/sbin, (and /sbin is is a symlink to /usr/sbin), but in Debian, those directories are not included in the path. C.f. https://github.com/mesonbuild/meson/issues/1576. - call all the options 'xxx-path' for clarity. - sort man/rules/meson.build properly so it's stable
5 years ago
description : 'xz compression support')