class RbPlusPlus::Writers::ExtensionWriter

Writes out the code for building the extension. This writer takes care of building the extconf.rb file with the appropriate options.

Attributes

options[RW]

Options given from the extension

Public Instance Methods

write() click to toggle source
# File lib/rbplusplus/writers/extension.rb, line 12
      def write
        extconf = File.join(working_dir, "extconf.rb")

        inc_str = @options[:include_paths].flatten.uniq.map {|i| "-I#{i}"}.join(" ")
        inc_str += " " + @options[:cxxflags].flatten.join(" ")
        lib_path_str = @options[:library_paths].flatten.uniq.map {|i| "-L#{i}"}.join(" ")
        lib_str = @options[:libraries].flatten.uniq.map {|i| "-l#{i}"}.join(" ")
        lib_str += " " + @options[:ldflags].flatten.join(" ")

        File.open(extconf, "w+") do |file|
          file.puts "require 'rubygems'
require 'mkmf-rice'

# Add the arguments to the linker flags.
def append_ld_flags(flags)
  flags = [flags] unless flags.is_a?(Array)
  with_ldflags("\#{$LDFLAGS} \#{flags.join(' ')}") { true }
end

$CPPFLAGS += \" -I'#{working_dir}' #{inc_str}\"
$LDFLAGS += \" #{lib_path_str} #{lib_str}\"

if RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /darwin/
  # In order to link the shared library into our bundle with GCC 4.x on OSX, we have to work around a bug:
  #   GCC redefines symbols - which the -fno-common prohibits.  In order to keep the -fno-common, we
  #   remove the flat_namespace (we now have two namespaces, which fixes the GCC clash).  Also, we now lookup
  #   symbols in both the namespaces (dynamic_lookup).

  $LDSHARED_CXX.gsub!('suppress', 'dynamic_lookup')
  $LDSHARED_CXX.gsub!('-flat_namespace', '')
  
  append_ld_flags '-all_load'
end

create_makefile(\"#{builder.name}\")
"
        end
      end