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# Build HTML docs from markdown using pandoc?
%bcond_without html_docs

Name:           gn
# Upstream uses the number of commits in the git history as the version number.
# See gn --version, which outputs something like “1874 (2b683eff)”. The commit
# position and short commit hash in this string come from “git describe HEAD
# --match initial-commit”; see build/ This means that a complete git
# checkout is required to establish the version number; the information is not
# in the tarball! This is terribly inconvenient. See
# As a result, it is necessary to use our custom update-version script,
# supplying the new full commit hash as the sole argument or providing no
# arguments to select the latest commit. This will:
#  1. Clone the git repository from the Internet (a substantial download)
#  2. Run build/ to generate last_commit_position.h, the header with
#     version information, and copy it into the same directory as the script
#  3. Modify the commit and access macros and the Version field in this spec
#     file.
#  4. Download the source tarball (spectool -g)
#  5. Update the sources (fedpkg new-sources %%{commit}.tar.gz)
#  6. Stage all changes in git
#  7. Commit the changes
# See for the latest changes.
%global commit de86ec4176235871a7cb335756987e41246dae4a
%global access 20210919
%global shortcommit %(echo %{commit} | cut -b -8)
Version:        1937
Release:        %autorelease -s %{access}git%{shortcommit}
Summary:        Meta-build system that generates build files for Ninja

# BSD except for src/base/third_party/icu/, which is (Unicode and MIT); note
# that the “ICU License” is MIT,
# Note that src/util/test/, which is licensed ASL 2.0, does not
# contribute to the installed RPM, only to the gn_unittests executable; you may
# verify this with:
#   gdb -ex 'set pagination off' -ex 'info sources' gn | grep -F
License:        BSD and Unicode and MIT
URL:            https://%{name}{name}
Source0:        %{url}/+archive/%{commit}.tar.gz#/%{name}-%{shortcommit}.tar.gz
# Generated using script update-version:
Source1:        last_commit_position.h
Source2:        update-version

# Clean up compiler warnings on gcc/g++. This patch is a rebased version of
# chromium-84.0.4147.105-gn-gcc-cleanup.patch from the chromium RPM; see:
#     ce30313f5e4af121140c037bf026453355534f24/f/
#     chromium-84.0.4147.105-gn-gcc-cleanup.patch
Patch0:         %{name}-39a87c0b-gcc-cleanup.patch

BuildRequires:  python3
BuildRequires:  python3-devel
BuildRequires:  ninja-build
BuildRequires:  gcc-c++

%if %{with html_docs}
BuildRequires:  pandoc
BuildRequires:  parallel
BuildRequires:  help2man

Requires:       vim-filesystem
Requires:       python3
Provides:       vim-%{name} = %{version}-%{release}

BuildRequires:  emacs
Requires:       emacs-filesystem >= %{_emacs_version}
Provides:       emacs-%{name} = %{version}-%{release}

GN is a meta-build system that generates build files for Ninja.

%package doc
Summary:        Documentation for GN
BuildArch:      noarch

%description doc
The %{name}-doc package contains detailed documentation for GN.

%autosetup -c -n %{name}-%{commit} -p1

# Use pre-generated last_commit_position.h.
mkdir -p ./out
cp -vp '%{SOURCE1}' ./out

# Copy and rename vim extensions readme for use in the main documentation
# directory.
cp -vp misc/vim/

# Fix shebangs in examples and such.
%py3_shebang_fix .

# Stop overriding optimization flags
sed -r -i '/.append(.-O3.)/d' build/

AR='gcc-ar'; export AR
# Both --use-icf and --use-lto add compiler flags that only work with clang++,
# not with g++. We do get LTO on Fedora anyway, since we respect the
# distribution’s build flags.
%{__python3} build/ \
    --no-last-commit-position \
    --no-strip \
ninja -C out -v

%if %{with html_docs}
# There is a script, misc/, that generates some HTML help, but
# pandoc does a better job and we can cover more Markdown sources.
find . -type f -name '*.md' | parallel -v pandoc -o '{.}.html' '{}'

help2man \
    --name='%{summary}' \
    --version-string="%{name} $(./out/%{name} --version)" \
    --no-info \
    ./out/%{name} |
  # Clean up a couple of stray binary bytes in the help output
  tr -d '\302\240' |
  # Format the entries within the sections as tagged paragraphs, and italicise
  # [placeholders in square brackets].
  sed -r -e 's/(^[[:alnum:]_]+:)/.TP\n.B \1\n/' \
      -e 's/\[([^]]+)\]/\\fI[\1]\\fR/g' > out/%{name}.1

install -t '%{buildroot}%{_bindir}' -D -p out/%{name}

install -d '%{buildroot}%{_datadir}/vim/vimfiles'
cp -vrp misc/vim/* '%{buildroot}%{_datadir}/vim/vimfiles'
find '%{buildroot}%{_datadir}/vim/vimfiles' \
    -type f -name 'README.*' -print -delete
%py_byte_compile %{__python3} '%{buildroot}%{_datadir}/vim/vimfiles/%{name}'

install -t '%{buildroot}%{_emacs_sitestartdir}' -D -p -m 0644 misc/emacs/*.el

install -t '%{buildroot}%{_mandir}/man1' -D -m 0644 -p out/%{name}.1


# Verify consistency of the version header with the spec file
grep -E '^#define[[:blank:]]+LAST_COMMIT_POSITION_NUM[[:blank:]]+'\
'%{version}[[:blank:]]*' \
    'out/last_commit_position.h' >/dev/null
grep -E '^#define[[:blank:]]+LAST_COMMIT_POSITION[[:blank:]]+'\
'"%{version} \(%{shortcommit}\)"[[:blank:]]*' \
    'out/last_commit_position.h' >/dev/null

%license LICENSE




%files doc
%license LICENSE
%doc README*.md
%if %{with html_docs}
%doc README*.html
%doc docs
%doc examples
%doc infra
%doc tools