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%bcond_with tests

%if %{with tests}
%ifarch x86_64
%global kcov_tests 1

Name:           kcov
Version:        38
Release:        2%{?dist}
Summary:        Code coverage tool without special compilation options

# Licenses of kcov itself and its bundled js libraries (see below)
License:        GPLv2 and BSD and MIT
URL:  {name}

ExcludeArch:    s390 s390x

BuildRequires:  binutils-devel
BuildRequires:  cmake
BuildRequires:  coreutils
BuildRequires:  gcc-c++
BuildRequires:  pkgconfig(libcurl)
BuildRequires:  pkgconfig(libdw)
BuildRequires:  pkgconfig(libelf)
BuildRequires:  pkgconfig(zlib)
BuildRequires:  python3

%if 0%{?kcov_tests}
BuildRequires:  gawk
BuildRequires:  glibc-devel(x86-32)
BuildRequires:  procps

# NB: Last I tried to unbundle those dependencies I hit a first roadblock in
# the sense that all three were available in Fedora but packaged differently
# and none of the versions matched:
# - js-jquery.noarch (compat package js-jquery2.noarch too)
# - nodejs-handlebars.noarch
# - xstatic-jquery-tablesorter-common.noarch
# All three packages drop files in different locations, following different
# patterns. NodeJS modules in particular look a bit more involved.
# Since those dependencies are merely used to slightly improve static HTML
# reports, I'd rather not spend mindless efforts unbundling things that are
# not ultimately exposed by the package. They are embedded in the kcov(1)
# program and written by `` as static strings.
# It would make more sense to unbundle those if they were used as libraries
# instead of just assets. Here it seems overkill. I'm registering them as
# bundled provides even though they don't appear as individual files to at
# least keep awareness of what I consider a non-issue.
# -- dridi
Provides:       bundled(handlebars) = 2.2.0
Provides:       bundled(jquery) = 2.1.1
Provides:       bundled(jquery-tablesorter) = 2.17.1

Kcov is a code coverage tester for compiled programs, Python scripts and shell
scripts.  It allows collecting code coverage information from executables
without special command-line arguments, and continuously produces output from
long-running applications.

%setup -q
rm -frv external/ # remove LLDB headers bundled for MacOS

# NB: the test suite is not built using the %%cmake macro, on purpose.
%if 0%{?kcov_tests}
cmake -S tests -B build-tests -DCMAKE_VERBOSE_MAKEFILE:BOOL=ON
%make_build -C build-tests

cmake -S tools -B build-tools -DCMAKE_VERBOSE_MAKEFILE:BOOL=ON
%make_build -C build-tools

%cmake -S . -B build
%make_build -C build

%make_install -C build

%if 0%{?kcov_tests}
tests/tools/run-tests build/src/kcov /tmp/ build-tests/ $(pwd) -v

%license COPYING*

* Wed Jan 29 2020 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 38-2
- Rebuilt for

* Sat Jan 18 2020 Dridi Boukelmoune <> - 38-1
- Bump to version 38

* Tue Oct 01 2019 Dridi Boukelmoune <> - 37-1
- Bump to version 37
- Remove python2 workaround

* Fri Aug 09 2019 Dridi Boukelmoune <> - 36-2
- Temporarily move python shebangs to python2
- Build the test suite on x86_64 and run it conditionally
- Build tools/line2addr (but don't install it)

* Wed Aug 07 2019 Dridi Boukelmoune <> - 36-1
- Bump to version 36

* Thu Jul 25 2019 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 35-3
- Rebuilt for

* Fri Feb 01 2019 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 35-2
- Rebuilt for

* Wed Aug 15 2018 Dridi Boukelmoune <> - 35-1
- Initial spec