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Name:           pypy3
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Version:        5.5.0
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Release:        6%{?dist}
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Summary:        Python 3 implementation with a Just-In-Time compiler
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# LGPL and another free license we'd need to ask spot about are present in some
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# java jars that we're not building with atm (in fact, we're deleting them
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# before building).  If we restore those we'll have to work out the new
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# licensing terms
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License:        MIT and Python and UCD
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URL:            http://pypy.org/
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# Not available yet
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ExcludeArch: aarch64
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# High-level configuration of the build:
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# PyPy consists of an implementation of an interpreter (with JIT compilation)
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# for the full Python language  written in a high-level language, leaving many
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# of the implementation details as "pluggable" policies.
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#
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# The implementation language is then compiled down to .c code, from which we
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# obtain a binary.
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#
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# This allows us to build a near-arbitrary collection of different
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# implementations of Python with differing tradeoffs
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#
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# (As it happens, the implementation language is itself Python, albeit a
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# restricted subset "RPython", chosen to making it amenable to being compiled.
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# The result implements the full Python language though)
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# We could build many different implementations of Python.
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# For now, let's focus on the implementation that appears to be receiving the
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# most attention upstream: the JIT-enabled build, with all standard
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# optimizations
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# Building a configuration can take significant time:
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# A build of pypy (with jit) on i686 took 77 mins:
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#  [Timer] Timings:
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#  [Timer] annotate                       ---  583.3 s
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#  [Timer] rtype_lltype                   ---  760.9 s
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#  [Timer] pyjitpl_lltype                 ---  567.3 s
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#  [Timer] backendopt_lltype              ---  375.6 s
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#  [Timer] stackcheckinsertion_lltype     ---   54.1 s
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#  [Timer] database_c                     ---  852.2 s
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#  [Timer] source_c                       --- 1007.3 s
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#  [Timer] compile_c                      ---  419.9 s
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#  [Timer] ===========================================
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#  [Timer] Total:                         --- 4620.5 s
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#
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# A build of pypy (nojit) on x86_64 took about an hour:
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#  [Timer] Timings:
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#  [Timer] annotate                       ---  537.5 s
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#  [Timer] rtype_lltype                   ---  667.3 s
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#  [Timer] backendopt_lltype              ---  385.4 s
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#  [Timer] stackcheckinsertion_lltype     ---   42.5 s
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#  [Timer] database_c                     ---  625.3 s
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#  [Timer] source_c                       --- 1040.2 s
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#  [Timer] compile_c                      ---  273.9 s
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#  [Timer] ===========================================
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#  [Timer] Total:                         --- 3572.0 s
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#
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#
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# A build of pypy-stackless on i686 took about 87 mins:
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#  [Timer] Timings:
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#  [Timer] annotate                       ---  584.2 s
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#  [Timer] rtype_lltype                   ---  777.3 s
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#  [Timer] backendopt_lltype              ---  365.9 s
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#  [Timer] stackcheckinsertion_lltype     ---   39.3 s
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#  [Timer] database_c                     --- 1089.6 s
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#  [Timer] source_c                       --- 1868.6 s
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#  [Timer] compile_c                      ---  490.4 s
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#  [Timer] ===========================================
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#  [Timer] Total:                         --- 5215.3 s
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# We will build a "pypy" binary.
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#
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# Unfortunately, the JIT support is only available on some architectures.
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#
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# rpython/jit/backend/detect_cpu.py:getcpuclassname currently supports the
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# following options:
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#  'i386', 'x86'
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#  'x86-without-sse2':
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#  'x86_64'
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#  'armv6', 'armv7' (versions 6 and 7, hard- and soft-float ABI)
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#  'cli'
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#  'llvm'
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#
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# We will only build with JIT support on those architectures, and build without
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# it on the other archs.  The resulting binary will typically be slower than
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# CPython for the latter case.
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%ifarch %{ix86} x86_64 %{arm}
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%global with_jit 1
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%else
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%global with_jit 0
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%endif
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# Should we build a "pypy-stackless" binary?
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%global with_stackless 0
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# Should we build the emacs JIT-viewing mode?
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%if 0%{?rhel} == 5 || 0%{?rhel} == 6
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%global with_emacs 0
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%else
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%global with_emacs 1
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%endif
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# Easy way to enable/disable verbose logging:
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%global verbose_logs 0
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# Forcibly use the shadow-stack option for detecting GC roots, rather than
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# relying on hacking up generated assembler with regexps:
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%global shadow_stack 1
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# Easy way to turn off the selftests:
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%global run_selftests 1
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%global pypyprefix %{_libdir}/pypy3-%{version}
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%global pylibver 3
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# We refer to this subdir of the source tree in a few places during the build:
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%global goal_dir pypy/goal
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# Turn off the brp-python-bytecompile postprocessing script
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# We manually invoke it later on, using the freshly built pypy binary
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%global __os_install_post \
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  %(echo '%{__os_install_post}' | sed -e 's!/usr/lib[^[:space:]]*/brp-python-bytecompile[[:space:]].*$!!g')
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# Source and patches:
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Source0: https://bitbucket.org/pypy/pypy/downloads/pypy3.3-v%{version}-alpha-src.tar.bz2
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# Supply various useful RPM macros for building python modules against pypy:
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#  __pypy, pypy_sitelib, pypy_sitearch
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Source2: macros.pypy3
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# By default, if built at a tty, the translation process renders a Mandelbrot
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# set to indicate progress.
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# This obscures useful messages, and may waste CPU cycles, so suppress it, and
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# merely render dots:
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Patch0: 001-nevertty.patch
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# Patch pypy.translator.platform so that stdout from "make" etc gets logged,
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# rather than just stderr, so that the command-line invocations of the compiler
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# and linker are captured:
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Patch1: 006-always-log-stdout.patch
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# Disable the printing of a quote from IRC on startup (these are stored in
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# ROT13 form in lib_pypy/_pypy_irc_topic.py).  Some are cute, but some could
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# cause confusion for end-users (and many are in-jokes within the PyPy
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# community that won't make sense outside of it).  [Sorry to be a killjoy]
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Patch2: 007-remove-startup-message.patch
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# CVE-2016-0772 python: smtplib StartTLS stripping attack
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# rhbz#1303647: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303647
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# rhbz#1351680: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1351680
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# FIXED UPSTREAM: https://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/d590114c2394
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# Raise an error when STARTTLS fails
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Patch4: 009-raise-an-error-when-STARTTLS-fails.patch
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# CVE-2016-5699 python: http protocol steam injection attack
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# rhbz#1303699: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303699
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# rhbz#1351687: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1351687
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# FIXED UPSTREAM: https://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/bf3e1c9b80e9
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# Disabled HTTP header injections in http.client
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Patch5: 010-disabled-HTTP-header-injections-in-http.client.patch
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# It seems ppc64 has no faulthandler
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Patch6: 011-no-faulthandler.patch
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# Build-time requirements:
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# pypy's can be rebuilt using itself, rather than with CPython; doing so
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# halves the build time.
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#
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# Turn it off with this boolean, to revert back to rebuilding using CPython
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# and avoid a cycle in the build-time dependency graph:
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# Note, pypy3 is built with pypy2, so no dependency cycle
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%global use_self_when_building 0
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%if 0%{use_self_when_building}
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# pypy3 can only be build with pypy2
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BuildRequires: pypy
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%global bootstrap_python_interp pypy
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%else
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# pypy3 can only be build with python2
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BuildRequires: python2-devel
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%global bootstrap_python_interp python
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%endif
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BuildRequires:  libffi-devel
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BuildRequires:  tcl-devel
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BuildRequires:  tk-devel
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BuildRequires:  sqlite-devel
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BuildRequires:  zlib-devel
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BuildRequires:  bzip2-devel
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BuildRequires:  ncurses-devel
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BuildRequires:  expat-devel
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BuildRequires:  gdbm-devel
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BuildRequires:  xz-devel
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%ifnarch s390
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BuildRequires:  valgrind-devel
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%endif
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%if 0%{?fedora} >= 26
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BuildRequires: compat-openssl10-devel
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%else
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BuildRequires: openssl-devel
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%endif
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%if %{run_selftests}
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# Used by the selftests, though not by the build:
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BuildRequires:  gc-devel
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# For use in the selftests, for recording stats:
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BuildRequires:  time
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BuildRequires:  /usr/bin/free
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# For use in the selftests, for imposing a per-test timeout:
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BuildRequires:  perl-interpreter
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%endif
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# No prelink on these arches
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%ifnarch aarch64 ppc64le
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BuildRequires:  /usr/bin/execstack
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%endif
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# For byte-compiling the JIT-viewing mode:
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%if %{with_emacs}
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BuildRequires:  emacs
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%endif
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# For %%autosetup -S git
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BuildRequires:  git
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# Metadata for the core package (the JIT build):
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Requires: pypy3-libs%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
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%description
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PyPy's implementation of Python 3, featuring a Just-In-Time compiler on some CPU
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architectures, and various optimized implementations of the standard types
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(strings, dictionaries, etc)
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%if 0%{with_jit}
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This build of PyPy has JIT-compilation enabled.
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%else
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This build of PyPy has JIT-compilation disabled, as it is not supported on this
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CPU architecture.
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%endif
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%package libs
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Summary:  Run-time libraries used by PyPy implementations of Python 3
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# We supply an emacs mode for the JIT viewer.
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# (This doesn't bring in all of emacs, just the directory structure)
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%if %{with_emacs}
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Requires: emacs-filesystem >= %{_emacs_version}
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%endif
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%description libs
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Libraries required by the various PyPy implementations of Python 3.
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%package devel
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Summary:  Development tools for working with PyPy3
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Requires: pypy3%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
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%description devel
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Header files for building C extension modules against PyPy3
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%if 0%{with_stackless}
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%package stackless
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Summary:  Stackless Python interpreter built using PyPy3
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Requires: pypy3-libs%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
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%description stackless
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Build of PyPy3 with support for micro-threads for massive concurrency
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%endif
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%prep
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%autosetup -n pypy3-v%{version}-src -p1 -S git
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# Replace /usr/local/bin/python shebangs with /usr/bin/python:
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find -name "*.py" -exec \
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  sed \
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    -i -e "s|/usr/local/bin/python|/usr/bin/python|" \
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    "{}" \
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    \;
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for f in rpython/translator/goal/bpnn.py ; do
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   # Detect shebang lines && remove them:
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   sed -e '/^#!/Q 0' -e 'Q 1' $f \
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      && sed -i '1d' $f
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   chmod a-x $f
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done
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# Replace all lib-python python shebangs with pypy
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find lib-python/%{pylibver} -name "*.py" -exec \
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  sed -r -i '1s|^#!\s*/usr/bin.*python.*|#!/usr/bin/%{name}|' \
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    "{}" \
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    \;
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%ifarch %{ix86} x86_64 %{arm}
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  sed -i -r 's/\$\(LDFLAGSEXTRA\)/& -fuse-ld=gold/' ./rpython/translator/platform/posix.py
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%endif
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%build
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%ifarch s390 s390x
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# pypy3 requires z10 at least
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%global optflags %(echo %{optflags} | sed 's/-march=z9-109 /-march=z10 /')
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%endif
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# Top memory usage is about 4.5GB on arm7hf
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free
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BuildPyPy() {
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  ExeName=$1
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  Options=$2
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "STARTING BUILD OF: $ExeName"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  pushd %{goal_dir}
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  # The build involves invoking a python script, passing in particular
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  # arguments, environment variables, etc.
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  # Some notes on those follow:
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  # The generated binary embeds copies of the values of all environment
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  # variables.  We need to unset "RPM_BUILD_ROOT" to avoid a fatal error from
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  #  /usr/lib/rpm/check-buildroot
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  # during the postprocessing of the rpmbuild, complaining about this
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  # reference to the buildroot
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  # By default, pypy's autogenerated C code is placed in
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  #    /tmp/usession-N
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  #  
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  # and it appears that this stops rpm from extracting the source code to the
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  # debuginfo package
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  #
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  # The logic in pypy-1.4/pypy/tool/udir.py indicates that it is generated in:
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  #    $PYPY_USESSION_DIR/usession-$PYPY_USESSION_BASENAME-N    
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  # and so we set PYPY_USESSION_DIR so that this tempdir is within the build
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  # location, and set $PYPY_USESSION_BASENAME so that the tempdir is unique
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  # for each invocation of BuildPyPy
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  # Compilation flags for C code:
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  #   pypy-1.4/pypy/translator/c/genc.py:gen_makefile
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  # assembles a Makefile within
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  #   THE_UDIR/testing_1/Makefile
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  # calling out to platform.gen_makefile
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  # For us, that's
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  #   pypy-1.4/pypy/translator/platform/linux.py: class BaseLinux(BasePosix):
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  # which by default has:
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  #   CFLAGS = ['-O3', '-pthread', '-fomit-frame-pointer',
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  #             '-Wall', '-Wno-unused']
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  # plus all substrings from CFLAGS in the environment.
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  # This is used to generate a value for CFLAGS that's written into the Makefile
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  # How will we track garbage-collection roots in the generated code?
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  #   http://pypy.readthedocs.org/en/latest/config/translation.gcrootfinder.html
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%if 0%{shadow_stack}
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  # This is the most portable option, and avoids a reliance on non-guaranteed
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  # behaviors within GCC's code generator: use an explicitly-maintained stack
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  # of root pointers:
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  %global gcrootfinder_options --gcrootfinder=shadowstack
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  export CFLAGS=$(echo "$RPM_OPT_FLAGS")
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%else
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  # Go with the default, which is "asmgcc"
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  %global gcrootfinder_options %{nil}
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  # https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=588941#c18
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  # The generated Makefile compiles the .c files into assembler (.s), rather
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  # than direct to .o  It then post-processes this assembler to locate
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  # garbage-collection roots (building .lbl.s and .gcmap files, and a
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  # "gcmaptable.s").  (The modified .lbl.s files have extra code injected
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  # within them).
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  # Unfortunately, the code to do this:
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  #   pypy-1.4/pypy/translator/c/gcc/trackgcroot.py
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  # doesn't interract well with the results of using our standard build flags.
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  # For now, filter our CFLAGS of everything that could be conflicting with
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  # pypy.  Need to check these and reenable ones that are okay later.
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  # Filed as https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=666966
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  export CFLAGS=$(echo "$RPM_OPT_FLAGS" | sed -e 's/-Wp,-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2//' -e 's/-fexceptions//' -e 's/-fstack-protector//' -e 's/--param=ssp-buffer-size=4//' -e 's/-O2//' -e 's/-fasynchronous-unwind-tables//' -e 's/-march=i686//' -e 's/-mtune=atom//')
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%endif
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  # The generated C code leads to many thousands of warnings of the form:
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  #   warning: variable 'l_v26003' set but not used [-Wunused-but-set-variable]
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  # Suppress them:
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  export CFLAGS=$(echo "$CFLAGS" -Wno-unused -fPIC)
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  # If we're already built the JIT-enabled "pypy", then use it for subsequent
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  # builds (of other configurations):
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  if test -x './pypy' ; then
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    INTERP='./pypy'
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  else
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    # First pypy build within this rpm build?
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    # Fall back to using the bootstrap python interpreter, which might be a
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    # system copy of pypy from an earlier rpm, or be cpython's /usr/bin/python:
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    INTERP='%{bootstrap_python_interp}'
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  fi
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  # Here's where we actually invoke the build:
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  time \
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    RPM_BUILD_ROOT= \
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    PYPY_USESSION_DIR=$(pwd) \
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    PYPY_USESSION_BASENAME=$ExeName \
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    $INTERP ../../rpython/bin/rpython  \
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    %{gcrootfinder_options} \
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    $Options \
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    targetpypystandalone
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "FINISHED BUILDING: $ExeName"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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  popd
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}
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BuildPyPy \
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  pypy3 \
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%if 0%{with_jit}
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  "-Ojit" \
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%else
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  "-O2" \
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%endif
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  %{nil}
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%if 0%{with_stackless}
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BuildPyPy \
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  pypy3-stackless \
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   "--stackless"
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%endif
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%if %{with_emacs}
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%{_emacs_bytecompile} rpython/jit/tool/pypytrace-mode.el
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%endif
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%install
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# Install the various executables:
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InstallPyPy() {
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    ExeName=$1
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    # To ensure compatibility with virtualenv, pypy finds its libraries
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    # relative to itself; this happens within
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    #    pypy/translator/goal/app_main.py:get_library_path
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    # which calls sys.pypy_initial_path(dirname) on the dir containing
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    # the executable, with symlinks resolved.
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    #
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    # Hence we make /usr/bin/pypy be a symlink to the real binary, which we
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    # place within /usr/lib[64]/pypy-1.* as pypy
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    #
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    # This ought to enable our pypy build to work with virtualenv
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    # (rhbz#742641)
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    install -m 755 %{goal_dir}/$ExeName %{buildroot}/%{pypyprefix}/$ExeName
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    ln -s %{pypyprefix}/$ExeName %{buildroot}/%{_bindir}
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    # The generated machine code doesn't need an executable stack,  but
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    # one of the assembler files (gcmaptable.s) doesn't have the necessary
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    # metadata to inform gcc of that, and thus gcc pessimistically assumes
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    # that the built binary does need an executable stack.
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    #
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    # Reported upstream as: https://codespeak.net/issue/pypy-dev/issue610
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    #
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    # I tried various approaches involving fixing the build, but the simplest
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    # approach is to postprocess the ELF file:
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%ifnarch aarch64 ppc64le
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    execstack --clear-execstack %{buildroot}/%{pypyprefix}/$ExeName
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%endif
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}
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mkdir -p %{buildroot}/%{_bindir}
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mkdir -p %{buildroot}/%{pypyprefix}
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# Run installing script,  archive-name  %{name}-%{version} in %{buildroot}/%{_libdir} == %{pypyprefix} 
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%{bootstrap_python_interp} pypy/tool/release/package.py --archive-name %{name}-%{version} --builddir %{buildroot}/%{_libdir}
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# Remove shebang lines from .py files that aren't executable, and
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# remove executability from .py files that don't have a shebang line:
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find \
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  %{buildroot}                                                           \
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  -name "*.py"                                                           \
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    \(                                                                   \
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       \( \! -perm /u+x,g+x,o+x -exec sed -e '/^#!/Q 0' -e 'Q 1' {} \;   \
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             -print -exec sed -i '1d' {} \;                              \
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          \)                                                             \
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       -o                                                                \
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       \(                                                                \
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             -perm /u+x,g+x,o+x ! -exec grep -m 1 -q '^#!' {} \;         \
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             -exec chmod a-x {} \;                                       \
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        \)                                                               \
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    \)
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mkdir -p %{buildroot}/%{pypyprefix}/site-packages
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ln -s %{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3.3 %{buildroot}/%{_bindir}/pypy3.3
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ln -s pypy3.3 %{buildroot}/%{_bindir}/pypy3
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# pypy uses .pyc files by default (--objspace-usepycfiles), but has a slightly
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# different bytecode format to CPython.  It doesn't use .pyo files: the -O flag
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# is treated as a "dummy optimization flag for compatibility with C Python"
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#
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# pypy-1.4/pypy/module/imp/importing.py has this comment:
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    # XXX picking a magic number is a mess.  So far it works because we
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    # have only two extra opcodes, which bump the magic number by +1 and
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    # +2 respectively, and CPython leaves a gap of 10 when it increases
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    # its own magic number.  To avoid assigning exactly the same numbers
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    # as CPython we always add a +2.  We'll have to think again when we
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    # get at the fourth new opcode :-(
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    #
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    #  * CALL_LIKELY_BUILTIN    +1
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    #  * CALL_METHOD            +2
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    #
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    # In other words:
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    #
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    #     default_magic        -- used by CPython without the -U option
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    #     default_magic + 1    -- used by CPython with the -U option
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    #     default_magic + 2    -- used by PyPy without any extra opcode
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    #     ...
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    #     default_magic + 5    -- used by PyPy with both extra opcodes
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#
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# pypy-1.4/pypy/interpreter/pycode.py has:
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#
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#  default_magic = (62141+2) | 0x0a0d0000                  # this PyPy's magic
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#                                                          # (62131=CPython 2.5.1)
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# giving a value for "default_magic" for PyPy of 0xa0df2bf.
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# Note that this corresponds to the "default_magic + 2" from the comment above
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# In my builds:
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#   $ ./pypy --info | grep objspace.opcodes
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#                objspace.opcodes.CALL_LIKELY_BUILTIN: False
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#                        objspace.opcodes.CALL_METHOD: True
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# so I'd expect the magic number to be:
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#    0x0a0df2bf + 2 (the flag for CALL_METHOD)
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# giving
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#    0x0a0df2c1
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#
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# I'm seeing
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#   c1 f2 0d 0a
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# as the first four bytes of the .pyc files, which is consistent with this.
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# Bytecompile all of the .py files we ship, using our pypy binary, giving us
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# .pyc files for pypy.  The script actually does the work twice (passing in -O
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# the second time) but it's simplest to reuse that script.
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#
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# The script has special-casing for .py files below
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#    /usr/lib{64}/python[0-9].[0-9]
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# but given that we're installing into a different path, the supplied "default"
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# implementation gets used instead.
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#
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# Note that some of the test files deliberately contain syntax errors, so
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# we pass 0 for the second argument ("errors_terminate"):
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/usr/lib/rpm/brp-python-bytecompile \
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  %{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3 \
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  0
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%{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3 -c 'import _tkinter'
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%{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3 -c 'import tkinter'
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%{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3 -c 'import _sqlite3'
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%{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3 -c 'import _curses'
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%{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3 -c 'import curses'
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%{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3 -c 'import syslog'
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%{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/bin/pypy3 -c 'from _sqlite3 import *'
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# Header files for C extension modules.
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# Upstream's packaging process (pypy/tool/release/package.py)
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# creates an "include" subdir and copies all *.h/*.inl from "include" there
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# (it also has an apparently out-of-date comment about copying them from
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# pypy/_interfaces, but this directory doesn't seem to exist, and it doesn't
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# seem to do this as of 2011-01-13)
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# FIXME: arguably these should be instead put into a subdir below /usr/include,
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# it's not yet clear to me how upstream plan to deal with the C extension
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# interface going forward, so let's just mimic upstream for now.
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%global pypy_include_dir  %{pypyprefix}/include
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mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{pypy_include_dir}
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rm -f %{buildroot}%{pypy_include_dir}/README
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# Capture the RPython source code files from the build within the debuginfo
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# package (rhbz#666975)
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%global pypy_debuginfo_dir /usr/src/debug/pypy-%{version}-src
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mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{pypy_debuginfo_dir}
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# copy over everything:
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cp -a pypy %{buildroot}%{pypy_debuginfo_dir}
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# ...then delete files that aren't:
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#   - *.py files
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#   - the Makefile
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#   - typeids.txt
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#   - dynamic-symbols-*
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find \
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  %{buildroot}%{pypy_debuginfo_dir}  \
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  \( -type f                         \
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     -a                              \
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     \! \( -name "*.py"              \
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           -o                        \
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           -name "Makefile"          \
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           -o                        \
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           -name "typeids.txt"       \
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           -o                        \
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           -name "dynamic-symbols-*" \
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        \)                           \
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  \)                                 \
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  -delete
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# Alternatively, we could simply keep everything.  This leads to a ~350MB
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# debuginfo package, but it makes it easy to hack on the Makefile and C build
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# flags by rebuilding/linking the sources.
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# To do so, remove the above "find" command.
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# We don't need bytecode for these files; they are being included for reference
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# purposes.
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# There are some rpmlint warnings from these files:
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#   non-executable-script
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#   wrong-script-interpreter
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#   zero-length
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#   script-without-shebang
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#   dangling-symlink
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# but given that the objective is to preserve a copy of the source code, those
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# are acceptable.
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# Install the JIT trace mode for Emacs:
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%if %{with_emacs}
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mkdir -p %{buildroot}/%{_emacs_sitelispdir}
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cp -a rpython/jit/tool/pypytrace-mode.el %{buildroot}/%{_emacs_sitelispdir}/pypy3trace-mode.el
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cp -a rpython/jit/tool/pypytrace-mode.elc %{buildroot}/%{_emacs_sitelispdir}/pypy3trace-mode.elc
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%endif
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# Install macros for rpm:
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install -m0644 -p -D -t %{buildroot}/%{_rpmconfigdir}/macros.d %{SOURCE2}
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# Remove files we don't want:
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rm -f %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/pypy3-5.2.0.tar.bz2 \
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   %{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/LICENSE \
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   %{buildroot}%{pypyprefix}/README.rst
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# wtf? This is probably masking some bigger problem, but let's do this for now
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mv -v lib-python/3/test/regrtest.py-new lib-python/3/test/regrtest.py || :
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%check
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topdir=$(pwd)
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SkipTest() {
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    TEST_NAME=$1
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    sed -i -e"s|^$TEST_NAME$||g" testnames.txt
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}
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CheckPyPy() {
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    # We'll be exercising one of the freshly-built binaries using the
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    # test suite from the standard library (overridden in places by pypy's
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    # modified version)
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    ExeName=$1
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "STARTING TEST OF: $ExeName"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    pushd %{goal_dir}
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    # I'm seeing numerous cases where tests seem to hang, or fail unpredictably
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    # So we'll run each test in its own process, with a timeout
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    # Use regrtest to explicitly list all tests:
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    ( ./$ExeName -c \
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         "from test.regrtest import findtests; print('\n'.join(findtests()))"
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    ) > testnames.txt
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    # Skip some tests:
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      # "audioop" doesn't exist for pypy yet:
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      SkipTest test_audioop
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      # The gdb CPython hooks haven't been ported to cpyext:
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      SkipTest test_gdb
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      # hotshot relies heavily on _hotshot, which doesn't exist:
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      SkipTest test_hotshot
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      # "strop" module doesn't exist for pypy yet:
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      SkipTest test_strop
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      # I'm seeing Koji builds hanging e.g.:
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      #   http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/getfile?taskID=3386821&name=build.log
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      # The only test that seems to have timed out in that log is
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      # test_multiprocessing, so skip it for now:
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      SkipTest test_multiprocessing
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    echo "== Test names =="
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    cat testnames.txt
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    echo "================="
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    echo "" > failed-tests.txt
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    for TestName in $(cat testnames.txt) ; do
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        echo "===================" $TestName "===================="
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        # Use /usr/bin/time (rather than the shell "time" builtin) to gather
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        # info on the process (time/CPU/memory).  This passes on the exit
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        # status of the underlying command
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        #
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        # Use perl's alarm command to impose a timeout
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        #   900 seconds is 15 minutes per test.
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        # If a test hangs, that test should get terminated, allowing the build
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        # to continue.
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        #
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        # Invoke pypy on test.regrtest to run the specific test suite
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        # verbosely
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        #
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        # For now, || true, so that any failures don't halt the build:
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        ( /usr/bin/time \
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           perl -e 'alarm shift @ARGV; exec @ARGV' 900 \
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             ./$ExeName -m test.regrtest -v $TestName ) \
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        || (echo $TestName >> failed-tests.txt) \
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        || true
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    done
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    echo "== Failed tests =="
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    cat failed-tests.txt
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    echo "================="
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    popd
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    # Doublecheck pypy's own test suite, using the built pypy binary:
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    # Disabled for now:
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    #   x86_64 shows various failures inside:
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    #     jit/backend/x86/test
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    #   followed by a segfault inside
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    #     jit/backend/x86/test/test_runner.py
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    #
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    #   i686 shows various failures inside:
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    #     jit/backend/x86/test
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    #   with the x86_64 failure leading to cancellation of the i686 build
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    # Here's the disabled code:
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    #    pushd pypy
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    #    time translator/goal/$ExeName test_all.py
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    #    popd
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "FINISHED TESTING: $ExeName"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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    echo "--------------------------------------------------------------"
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}
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#python testrunner/runner.py --logfile=pytest-A.log --config=pypy/pytest-A.cfg --config=pypy/pytest-A.py --root=pypy --timeout=3600
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#python pypy/test_all.py --pypy=pypy/goal/pypy --timeout=3600 --resultlog=cpython.log lib-python
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#python pypy/test_all.py --pypy=pypy/goal/pypy --resultlog=pypyjit.log pypy/module/pypyjit/test
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#pypy/goal/pypy pypy/test_all.py --resultlog=pypyjit_new.log
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%if %{run_selftests}
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CheckPyPy pypy-c
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%if 0%{with_stackless}
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CheckPyPy pypy3-stackless
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%endif
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%endif # run_selftests
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# Because there's a bunch of binary subpackages and creating
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# /usr/share/licenses/pypy3-this and /usr/share/licenses/pypy3-that
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# is just confusing for the user.
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%global _docdir_fmt %{name}
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%files libs
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%license LICENSE
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%doc README.rst
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%dir %{pypyprefix}
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%dir %{pypyprefix}/lib-python
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%{pypyprefix}/lib-python/%{pylibver}/
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%{pypyprefix}/lib_pypy/
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%{pypyprefix}/site-packages/
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%if %{with_emacs}
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%{_emacs_sitelispdir}/pypy3trace-mode.el
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%{_emacs_sitelispdir}/pypy3trace-mode.elc
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%endif
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%files
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%license LICENSE
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%doc README.rst
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%{_bindir}/pypy3
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%{_bindir}/pypy3.3
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%{pypyprefix}/bin/
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%exclude %{_libdir}/%{name}-%{version}.tar.bz2
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%files devel
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%dir %{pypy_include_dir}
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%{pypy_include_dir}/*.h
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%{_rpmconfigdir}/macros.d/macros.pypy3
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%if 0%{with_stackless}
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%files stackless
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%license LICENSE
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%doc README.rst
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%{_bindir}/pypy-stackless
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%endif
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%changelog
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* Thu Aug 03 2017 Fedora Release Engineering <releng@fedoraproject.org> - 5.5.0-6
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- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_27_Binutils_Mass_Rebuild
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* Thu Jul 27 2017 Fedora Release Engineering <releng@fedoraproject.org> - 5.5.0-5
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- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_27_Mass_Rebuild
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* Sat Feb 11 2017 Fedora Release Engineering <releng@fedoraproject.org> - 5.5.0-4
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- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_26_Mass_Rebuild
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* Sun Nov 13 2016 Dan Horák <dan[at]danny.cz> - 5.5.0-3
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- set z10 as the base CPU for s390(x) build
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* Sat Nov 12 2016 Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek <zbyszek@in.waw.pl> - 5.5.0-2
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- Also build on arm and s390*
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* Sat Oct 15 2016 Miro Hrončok <mhroncok@redhat.com> - 5.5.0-1
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- PyPy 3.3 5.5.0
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- On Fedora 26+, BR compat-openssl10-devel
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* Sat Jul 02 2016 Miro Hrončok <mhroncok@redhat.com> - 5.2.0-0.1.alpha1
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- First alpha build of PyPy 3.3
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* Fri Jul 01 2016 Miro Hrončok <mhroncok@redhat.com> - 2.4.0-3
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- Fix for: CVE-2016-0772 python: smtplib StartTLS stripping attack
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- Raise an error when STARTTLS fails
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- rhbz#1303647: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303647
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- rhbz#1351680: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1351680
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- Fixed upstream: https://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/d590114c2394
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- Fix for: CVE-2016-5699 python: http protocol steam injection attack
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- rhbz#1303699: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303699
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- rhbz#1351687: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1351687
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- Fixed upstream: https://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/bf3e1c9b80e9
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* Thu Jun 18 2015 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 2.4.0-2
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- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_23_Mass_Rebuild
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Matej Stuchlik e76c4a2
* Wed Sep 10 2014 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.4.0-1
Matej Stuchlik e76c4a2
- Update to 2.4.0
Matej Stuchlik e76c4a2
Matej Stuchlik f7434ba
* Tue Sep 02 2014 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.3.1-4
Matej Stuchlik f7434ba
- Move devel subpackage requires so that it gets picked up by rpm
Matej Stuchlik f7434ba
7498717
* Sun Aug 17 2014 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 2.3.1-3
7498717
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_21_22_Mass_Rebuild
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43ee778
* Mon Jul  7 2014 Peter Robinson <pbrobinson@fedoraproject.org> 2.3.1-2
43ee778
- ARMv7 is supported for JIT
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- no prelink on aarch64/ppc64le
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Matej Stuchlik edc736c
* Sun Jun 08 2014 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.3.1-1
Matej Stuchlik edc736c
- Update to 2.3.1
Matej Stuchlik edc736c
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* Sat Jun 07 2014 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 2.3-5
1972c9c
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_21_Mass_Rebuild
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a037418
* Tue May 27 2014 Dennis Gilmore <dennis@ausil.us> - 2.3-4
a037418
- valgrind is available everywhere except 31 bit s390
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ce731cf
* Wed May 21 2014 Jaroslav Škarvada <jskarvad@redhat.com> - 2.3-3
ce731cf
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/f21tcl86
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Matej Stuchlik a3993a3
* Thu May 15 2014 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.3-2
Matej Stuchlik a3993a3
- Rebuilt (f21-python)
Matej Stuchlik a3993a3
Matej Stuchlik db10290
* Tue May 13 2014 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.3-1
Matej Stuchlik db10290
- Updated to 2.3
Matej Stuchlik db10290
Matej Stuchlik 4dbc78c
* Mon Mar 10 2014 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.2.1-3
Matej Stuchlik 4dbc78c
- Put RPM macros in proper location
Matej Stuchlik 4dbc78c
Matej Stuchlik f8a7311
* Thu Jan 16 2014 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.2.1-2
Matej Stuchlik f8a7311
- Fixed errors due to missing __pycache__
Matej Stuchlik f8a7311
Matej Stuchlik 2cbecfd
* Thu Dec 05 2013 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.2.1-1
Matej Stuchlik 2cbecfd
- Updated to 2.2.1
Matej Stuchlik 2cbecfd
- Several bundled modules (tkinter, sqlite3, curses, syslog) were
Matej Stuchlik 2cbecfd
  not bytecompiled properly during build, that is now fixed
Matej Stuchlik 2cbecfd
- prepared new tests, not enabled yet
Matej Stuchlik 2cbecfd
Matej Stuchlik 66ffb91
* Thu Nov 14 2013 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.2.0-1
Matej Stuchlik 66ffb91
- Updated to 2.2.0
Matej Stuchlik 66ffb91
Matej Stuchlik febbbdb
* Thu Aug 15 2013 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.1-1
Matej Stuchlik febbbdb
- Updated to 2.1.0
Matej Stuchlik febbbdb
309e1cf
* Sun Aug 04 2013 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 2.0.2-5
309e1cf
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_20_Mass_Rebuild
309e1cf
Matej Stuchlik b4e1c21
* Mon Jun 24 2013 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.0.2-4
Matej Stuchlik b4e1c21
- Patch1 fix
Matej Stuchlik b4e1c21
Matej Stuchlik 8c737bc
* Mon Jun 24 2013 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.0.2-3
Matej Stuchlik 8c737bc
- Yet another Sources fix
Matej Stuchlik 8c737bc
Matej Stuchlik 5694529
* Mon Jun 24 2013 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.0.2-2
Matej Stuchlik 5694529
- Fixed Source URL
Matej Stuchlik 5694529
Matej Stuchlik c3a10ad
* Mon Jun 24 2013 Matej Stuchlik <mstuchli@redhat.com> - 2.0.2-1
Matej Stuchlik c3a10ad
- 2.0.2, patch 8 does not seem necessary anymore
Matej Stuchlik c3a10ad
fd80b8a
* Thu Feb 14 2013 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 2.0-0.2.b1
fd80b8a
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_19_Mass_Rebuild
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8e0c034
* Tue Dec 11 2012 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 2.0-0.1.b1
8e0c034
- 2.0b1 (drop upstreamed patch 9)
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cd9f89c
* Sat Jul 21 2012 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 1.9-4
cd9f89c
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_18_Mass_Rebuild
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* Tue Jul 10 2012 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.9-3
26f6230
- log all output from "make" (patch 6)
26f6230
- disable the MOTD at startup (patch 7)
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- hide symbols from the dynamic linker (patch 8)
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- add PyInt_AsUnsignedLongLongMask (patch 9)
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- capture the Makefile, the typeids.txt, and the dynamic-symbols file within
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the debuginfo package
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92ec0eb
* Mon Jun 18 2012 Peter Robinson <pbrobinson@fedoraproject.org> - 1.9-2
92ec0eb
- Compile with PIC, fixes FTBFS on ARM
92ec0eb
b042622
* Fri Jun  8 2012 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.9-1
b042622
- 1.9
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07098c8
* Fri Feb 10 2012 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.8-2
07098c8
- disable C readability patch for now (patch 4)
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52a91fc
* Thu Feb  9 2012 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.8-1
52a91fc
- 1.8; regenerate config patch (patch 0); drop selinux patch (patch 2);
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regenerate patch 5
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a8e52ca
* Tue Jan 31 2012 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.7-4
a8e52ca
- fix an incompatibility with virtualenv (rhbz#742641)
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e21faf4
* Sat Jan 14 2012 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 1.7-3
e21faf4
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_17_Mass_Rebuild
e21faf4
416c353
* Fri Dec 16 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.7-2
416c353
- use --gcrootfinder=shadowstack, and use standard Fedora compilation flags,
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with -Wno-unused (rhbz#666966 and rhbz#707707)
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* Mon Nov 21 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.7-1
4ef3f10
- 1.7: refresh patch 0 (configuration) and patch 4 (readability of generated
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code)
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* Tue Oct  4 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.6-7
953cba8
- skip test_multiprocessing
953cba8
2d36a5e
* Tue Sep 13 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.6-6
2d36a5e
- don't ship the emacs JIT-viewer on el5 and el6 (missing emacs-filesystem;
2d36a5e
missing _emacs_bytecompile macro on el5)
2d36a5e
009aeb1
* Mon Sep 12 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.6-5
009aeb1
- build using python26 on el5 (2.4 is too early)
106cb91
* Thu Aug 25 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.6-4
106cb91
- fix SkipTest function to avoid corrupting the name of "test_gdbm"
106cb91
afabd9d
* Thu Aug 25 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.6-3
afabd9d
- add rpm macros file to the devel subpackage (source 2)
afabd9d
- skip some tests that can't pass yet
afabd9d
1df5c3e
* Sat Aug 20 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.6-2
1df5c3e
- work around test_subprocess failure seen in koji (patch 5)
1df5c3e
3a2c2ec
* Thu Aug 18 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.6-1
3a2c2ec
- 1.6
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- rewrite the %%check section, introducing per-test timeouts
3a2c2ec
1feef4d
* Tue Aug  2 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.5-2
1feef4d
- add pypytrace-mode.el to the pypy-libs subpackage, for viewing JIT trace
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logs in emacs
1feef4d
169de85
* Mon May  2 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.5-1
169de85
- 1.5
169de85
3ca83f1
* Wed Apr 20 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4.1-10
3ca83f1
- build a /usr/bin/pypy (but without the JIT compiler) on architectures that
3ca83f1
don't support the JIT, so that they do at least have something that runs
3ca83f1
d853ff6
* Tue Feb 08 2011 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 1.4.1-9
d853ff6
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_15_Mass_Rebuild
d853ff6
c225b1c
* Fri Jan 14 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4.1-8
c225b1c
- disable self-hosting for now, due to fatal error seen JIT-compiling the
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translator
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7632349
* Fri Jan 14 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4.1-7
7632349
- skip test_ioctl for now
7632349
0a81116
* Thu Jan 13 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4.1-6
0a81116
- add a "pypy-devel" subpackage, and install the header files there
0a81116
- in %%check, re-run failed tests in verbose mode
0a81116
d39359a
* Fri Jan  7 2011 Dan Horák <dan[at]danny.cz> - 1.4.1-5
d39359a
- valgrind available only on selected architectures
d39359a
00e57e7
* Wed Jan  5 2011 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4.1-4
00e57e7
- rebuild pypy using itself, for speed, with a boolean to break this cycle in
00e57e7
the build-requirement graph (falling back to using "python-devel" aka CPython)
00e57e7
- add work-in-progress patch to try to make generated c more readable
00e57e7
(rhbz#666963)
00e57e7
- capture the RPython source code files from the build within the debuginfo
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package (rhbz#666975)
00e57e7
f756cfc
* Wed Dec 22 2010 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4.1-3
f756cfc
- try to respect the FHS by installing libraries below libdir, rather than
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datadir; patch app_main.py to look in this installation location first when
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scanning for the pypy library directories.
f756cfc
- clarifications and corrections to the comments in the specfile
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* Wed Dec 22 2010 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4.1-2
f756cfc
- remove .svn directories
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- disable verbose logging
f756cfc
- add a %%check section
f756cfc
- introduce %%goal_dir variable, to avoid repetition
f756cfc
- remove shebang line from demo/bpnn.py, as we're treating this as a
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documentation file
f756cfc
- regenerate patch 2 to apply without generating a .orig file
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* Tue Dec 21 2010 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4.1-1
f756cfc
- 1.4.1; fixup %%setup to reflect change in toplevel directory in upstream
f756cfc
source tarball
f756cfc
- apply SELinux fix to the bundled test_commands.py (patch 2)
f756cfc
f756cfc
* Wed Dec 15 2010 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.4-4
f756cfc
- rename the jit build and subpackge to just "pypy", and remove the nojit and
f756cfc
sandbox builds, as upstream now seems to be focussing on the JIT build (with
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only stackless called out in the getting-started-python docs); disable
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stackless for now
f756cfc
- add a verbose_logs specfile boolean; leave it enabled for now (whilst fixing
f756cfc
build issues)
f756cfc
- add more comments, and update others to reflect 1.2 -> 1.4 changes
f756cfc
- re-enable debuginfo within CFLAGS ("-g")
f756cfc
- add the LICENSE and README to all subpackages
f756cfc
- ensure the built binaries don't have the "I need an executable stack" flag
f756cfc
- remove DOS batch files during %%prep (idlelib.bat)
f756cfc
- remove shebang lines from .py files that aren't executable, and remove
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executability from .py files that don't have a shebang line (taken from
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our python3.spec)
f756cfc
- bytecompile the .py files into .pyc files in pypy's bytecode format
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f756cfc
* Sun Nov 28 2010 Toshio Kuratomi <toshio@fedoraproject.org> - 1.4-3
f756cfc
- BuildRequire valgrind-devel
f756cfc
- Install pypy library from the new directory
f756cfc
- Disable building with our CFLAGS for now because they are causing a build failure.
f756cfc
- Include site-packages directory
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* Sat Nov 27 2010 Toshio Kuratomi <toshio@fedoraproject.org> - 1.4-2
f756cfc
- Add patch to configure the build to use our CFLAGS and link libffi
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  dynamically
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f756cfc
* Sat Nov 27 2010 Toshio Kuratomi <toshio@fedoraproject.org> - 1.4-1
f756cfc
- Update to 1.4
f756cfc
- Drop patch for py2.6 that's in this build
f756cfc
- Switch to building pypy with itself once pypy is built once as recommended by
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  upstream
f756cfc
- Remove bundled, prebuilt java libraries
f756cfc
- Fix license tag
f756cfc
- Fix source url
f756cfc
- Version pypy-libs Req
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* Tue May  4 2010 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.2-2
f756cfc
- cherrypick r72073 from upstream SVN in order to fix the build against
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python 2.6.5 (patch 2)
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* Wed Apr 28 2010 David Malcolm <dmalcolm@redhat.com> - 1.2-1
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- initial packaging
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