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# Copyright 2001 David Abrahams
# Copyright 2002-2006 Rene Rivera
# Copyright 2002-2003 Vladimir Prus
# Copyright 2005 Reece H. Dunn
# Copyright 2006 Ilya Sokolov
# Copyright 2007 Roland Schwarz
# Copyright 2007 Boris Gubenko
#
# Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0.
#    (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at
#          http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)

import "class" : new ;
import common ;
import feature ;
import fortran ;
import generators ;
import os ;
import pch ;
import property ;
import property-set ;
import rc ;
import regex ;
import set ;
import toolset ;
import type ;
import unix ;


if [ MATCH (--debug-configuration) : [ modules.peek : ARGV ] ]
{
    .debug-configuration = true ;
}


feature.extend toolset : gcc ;
# feature.subfeature toolset gcc : flavor : : optional ;

toolset.inherit-generators gcc : unix : unix.link unix.link.dll ;
toolset.inherit-flags gcc : unix ;
toolset.inherit-rules gcc : unix ;

generators.override gcc.prebuilt : builtin.prebuilt ;
generators.override gcc.searched-lib-generator : searched-lib-generator ;

# Make gcc toolset object files use the "o" suffix on all platforms.
type.set-generated-target-suffix OBJ : <toolset>gcc : o ;
type.set-generated-target-suffix OBJ : <toolset>gcc <target-os>windows : o ;
type.set-generated-target-suffix OBJ : <toolset>gcc <target-os>cygwin : o ;


# Initializes the gcc toolset for the given version. If necessary, command may
# be used to specify where the compiler is located. The parameter 'options' is a
# space-delimited list of options, each one specified as
# <option-name>option-value. Valid option names are: cxxflags, linkflags and
# linker-type. Accepted linker-type values are aix, darwin, gnu, hpux, osf or
# sun and the default value will be selected based on the current OS.
# Example:
#   using gcc : 3.4 : : <cxxflags>foo <linkflags>bar <linker-type>sun ;
#
# The compiler command to use is detected in three steps:
# 1) If an explicit command is specified by the user, it will be used and must
#    be available.
# 2) If only a certain version is specified, it is enforced:
#    - either the 'g++-VERSION' command must be available
#    - or the default command 'g++' must be available and match the exact
#      version.
# 3) Without user-provided restrictions use default 'g++'.
#
rule init ( version ? : command * : options * )
{
    #1): use user-provided command
    local tool-command = ;
    if $(command)
    {
        tool-command = [ common.get-invocation-command-nodefault gcc : g++ :
            $(command) ] ;
        if ! $(tool-command)
        {
            import errors ;
            errors.error toolset gcc initialization:
                : provided command '$(command)' not found
                : initialized from [ errors.nearest-user-location ] ;
        }
    }
    #2): enforce user-provided version
    else if $(version)
    {
        tool-command = [ common.get-invocation-command-nodefault gcc :
            "g++-$(version[1])" ] ;

        #2.1) fallback: check whether "g++" reports the requested version
        if ! $(tool-command)
        {
            tool-command = [ common.get-invocation-command-nodefault gcc : g++ ]
                ;
            if $(tool-command)
            {
                local tool-command-string = $(tool-command:J=" ") ;
                local tool-version = [ MATCH "^([0-9.]+)" :
                    [ SHELL "$(tool-command-string) -dumpversion" ] ] ;
                if $(tool-version) != $(version)
                {
                    # Permit a match betwen a two-digit version specified by the
                    # user (e.g. 4.4) and a 3-digit version reported by gcc.
                    # Since only two digits are present in the binary name
                    # anyway, insisting that user specify the 3-digit version
                    # when configuring Boost.Build, while it is not required on
                    # the command line, would be strange.
                    local stripped = [ MATCH "^([0-9]+\.[0-9]+).*" :
                        $(tool-version) ] ;
                    if $(stripped) != $(version)
                    {
                        import errors ;
                        errors.error toolset gcc initialization:
                            : version '$(version)' requested but
                                'g++-$(version)' not found and version
                                '$(tool-version)' of default '$(tool-command)'
                                does not match
                            : initialized from [ errors.nearest-user-location ]
                            ;
                        tool-command = ;
                    }
                    # Use full 3-digit version to be compatible with the
                    # 'using gcc ;' case
                    version = $(tool-version) ;
                }
            }
            else
            {
                import errors ;
                errors.error toolset gcc initialization:
                    : version '$(version)' requested but neither
                        'g++-$(version)' nor default 'g++' found
                    : initialized from [ errors.nearest-user-location ] ;
            }
        }
    }
    #3) default: no command and no version specified, try using "g++"
    else
    {
        tool-command = [ common.get-invocation-command-nodefault gcc : g++ ] ;
        if ! $(tool-command)
        {
            import errors ;
            errors.error toolset gcc initialization:
                : no command provided, default command 'g++' not found
                : initialized from [ errors.nearest-user-location ] ;
        }
    }


    # Information about the gcc command...
    #   The command.
    local command = $(tool-command) ;
    #   The 'command' variable can have multiple elements but when calling the
    # SHELL builtin we need a single string.
    local command-string = $(command:J=" ") ;
    #   The root directory of the tool install.
    local root = [ feature.get-values <root> : $(options) ] ;
    #   The bin directory where to find the command to execute.
    local bin ;
    #   The compiler flavor.
    local flavor = [ feature.get-values <flavor> : $(options) ] ;
    #   Autodetect the root and bin dir if not given.
    if $(command)
    {
        bin ?= [ common.get-absolute-tool-path $(command[-1]) ] ;
        root ?= $(bin:D) ;
    }
    #   Autodetect the version and flavor if not given.
    if $(command)
    {
        local machine = [ MATCH "^([^ ]+)" :
            [ SHELL "$(command-string) -dumpmachine" ] ] ;
        version ?= [ MATCH "^([0-9.]+)" :
            [ SHELL "$(command-string) -dumpversion" ] ] ;
        switch $(machine:L)
        {
            case *mingw* : flavor ?= mingw ;
        }
    }

    local condition ;
    if $(flavor)
    {
        condition = flavor $(flavor) ;
    }
    condition = [ common.check-init-parameters gcc : version $(version)
        : $(condition) ] ;

    common.handle-options gcc : $(condition) : $(command) : $(options) ;

    local linker = [ feature.get-values <linker-type> : $(options) ] ;
    # TODO: The logic below should actually be keyed on <target-os>.
    if ! $(linker)
    {
        switch [ os.name ]
        {
            case OSF     : linker = osf ;
            case HPUX    : linker = hpux ;
            case AIX     : linker = aix ;
            case SOLARIS : linker = sun ;
            case *       : linker = gnu ;
        }
    }
    init-link-flags gcc $(linker) $(condition) ;

    # If gcc is installed in a non-standard location, we would need to add
    # LD_LIBRARY_PATH when running programs created with it (for unit-test/run
    # rules).
    if $(command)
    {
        # On multilib 64-bit boxes, there are both 32-bit and 64-bit libraries
        # and all must be added to LD_LIBRARY_PATH. The linker will pick the
        # right onces. Note that we do not provide a clean way to build a 32-bit
        # binary using a 64-bit compiler, but user can always pass -m32
        # manually.
        local lib_path = $(root)/bin $(root)/lib $(root)/lib32 $(root)/lib64 ;
        if $(.debug-configuration)
        {
            ECHO notice: using gcc libraries :: $(condition) :: $(lib_path) ;
        }
        toolset.flags gcc.link RUN_PATH $(condition) : $(lib_path) ;
    }

    # If we are not using a system gcc installation we should adjust the various
    # programs as needed to prefer using their installation specific versions.
    # This is essential for correct use of MinGW and for cross-compiling.

    local nl = "
" ;

    # - Archive builder.
    local archiver = [ common.get-invocation-command gcc
        : [ NORMALIZE_PATH [ MATCH "(.*)[$(nl)]+" :
            [ SHELL "$(command-string) -print-prog-name=ar" ] ] ]
        : [ feature.get-values <archiver> : $(options) ]
        : $(bin)
        : search-path ] ;
    toolset.flags gcc.archive .AR $(condition) : $(archiver[1]) ;
    if $(.debug-configuration)
    {
        ECHO notice: using gcc archiver :: $(condition) :: $(archiver[1]) ;
    }

    # - Ranlib.
    local ranlib = [ common.get-invocation-command gcc
        : [ NORMALIZE_PATH [ MATCH "(.*)[$(nl)]+" :
            [ SHELL "$(command-string) -print-prog-name=ranlib" ] ] ]
        : [ feature.get-values <ranlib> : $(options) ]
        : $(bin)
        : search-path ] ;
    toolset.flags gcc.archive .RANLIB $(condition) : $(ranlib[1]) ;
    if $(.debug-configuration)
    {
        ECHO notice: using gcc ranlib :: $(condition) :: $(ranlib[1]) ;
    }

    # - Resource compiler.
    local rc = [ common.get-invocation-command-nodefault gcc : windres :
        [ feature.get-values <rc> : $(options) ] : $(bin) : search-path ] ;
    local rc-type = [ feature.get-values <rc-type> : $(options) ] ;
    rc-type ?= windres ;
    if ! $(rc)
    {
        # If we can not find an RC compiler we fallback to a null one that
        # creates empty object files. This allows the same Jamfiles to work
        # across the board. The null RC uses assembler to create the empty
        # objects, so configure that.
        rc = [ common.get-invocation-command gcc : as : : $(bin) : search-path ]
            ;
        rc-type = null ;
    }
    rc.configure $(rc) : $(condition) : <rc-type>$(rc-type) ;
}

if [ os.name ] = NT
{
    # This causes single-line command invocation to not go through .bat files,
    # thus avoiding command-line length limitations.
    # TODO: Set JAMSHELL on specific targets instead of globally.
    JAMSHELL = % ;
}

generators.register-c-compiler gcc.compile.c++.preprocess : CPP : PREPROCESSED_CPP : <toolset>gcc ;
generators.register-c-compiler gcc.compile.c.preprocess   : C   : PREPROCESSED_C   : <toolset>gcc ;
generators.register-c-compiler gcc.compile.c++ : CPP : OBJ : <toolset>gcc ;
generators.register-c-compiler gcc.compile.c   : C   : OBJ : <toolset>gcc ;
generators.register-c-compiler gcc.compile.asm : ASM : OBJ : <toolset>gcc ;
generators.register-fortran-compiler gcc.compile.fortran : FORTRAN FORTRAN90 : OBJ : <toolset>gcc ;

# pch support

# The compiler looks for a precompiled header in each directory just before it
# looks for the include file in that directory. The name searched for is the
# name specified in the #include directive with ".gch" suffix appended. The
# logic in gcc-pch-generator will make sure that the BASE_PCH suffix is appended
# to the full header name.

type.set-generated-target-suffix PCH : <toolset>gcc : gch ;

# GCC-specific pch generator.
class gcc-pch-generator : pch-generator
{
    import project ;
    import property-set ;
    import type ;

    rule run-pch ( project name ? : property-set : sources + )
    {
        # Find the header in sources. Ignore any CPP sources.
        local header ;
        for local s in $(sources)
        {
            if [ type.is-derived [ $(s).type ] H ]
            {
                header = $(s) ;
            }
        }

        # Error handling: base header file name should be the same as the base
        # precompiled header name.
        local header-name = [ $(header).name ] ;
        local header-basename = $(header-name:B) ;
        if $(header-basename) != $(name)
        {
            local location = [ $(project).project-module ] ;
            import errors : user-error : errors.user-error ;
            errors.user-error "in" $(location): pch target name '$(name)' should
                be the same as the base name of header file '$(header-name)' ;
        }

        local pch-file = [ generator.run $(project) $(name) : $(property-set)
            : $(header) ] ;

        # Return result of base class and pch-file property as
        # usage-requirements.
        return
            [ property-set.create <pch-file>$(pch-file) <cflags>-Winvalid-pch ]
            $(pch-file)
          ;
    }

    # Calls the base version specifying source's name as the name of the created
    # target. As a result, the PCH will be named whatever.hpp.gch, and not
    # whatever.gch.
    rule generated-targets ( sources + : property-set : project name ? )
    {
        name = [ $(sources[1]).name ] ;
        return [ generator.generated-targets $(sources)
          : $(property-set) : $(project) $(name) ] ;
    }
}

# Note: the 'H' source type will catch both '.h' header and '.hpp' header. The
# latter have HPP type, but HPP type is derived from H. The type of compilation
# is determined entirely by the destination type.
generators.register [ new gcc-pch-generator gcc.compile.c.pch   : H :   C_PCH : <pch>on <toolset>gcc ] ;
generators.register [ new gcc-pch-generator gcc.compile.c++.pch : H : CPP_PCH : <pch>on <toolset>gcc ] ;

# Override default do-nothing generators.
generators.override gcc.compile.c.pch   : pch.default-c-pch-generator   ;
generators.override gcc.compile.c++.pch : pch.default-cpp-pch-generator ;

toolset.flags gcc.compile PCH_FILE <pch>on : <pch-file> ;

# Declare flags and action for compilation.
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <optimization>off   : -O0 ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <optimization>speed : -O3 ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <optimization>space : -Os ;

toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <inlining>off  : -fno-inline ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <inlining>on   : -Wno-inline ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <inlining>full : -finline-functions -Wno-inline ;

toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <warnings>off : -w ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <warnings>on  : -Wall ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <warnings>all : -Wall -pedantic ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <warnings-as-errors>on : -Werror ;

toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <debug-symbols>on : -g ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS <profiling>on : -pg ;

toolset.flags gcc.compile.c++ OPTIONS <rtti>off : -fno-rtti ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile.c++ OPTIONS <exception-handling>off : -fno-exceptions ;

# Tizen Opention
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS : -O2 ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS : -Wp,-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS : -Wl,-z,relro ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile OPTIONS : -fstack-protector-strong ;

rule setup-fpic ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    local link = [ feature.get-values link : $(properties) ] ;
    if $(link) = shared
    {
        local target = [ feature.get-values target-os : $(properties) ] ;

        # This logic will add -fPIC for all compilations:
        #
        # lib a : a.cpp b ;
        # obj b : b.cpp ;
        # exe c : c.cpp a d ;
        # obj d : d.cpp ;
        #
        # This all is fine, except that 'd' will be compiled with -fPIC even
        # though it is not needed, as 'd' is used only in exe. However, it is
        # hard to detect where a target is going to be used. Alternatively, we
        # can set -fPIC only when main target type is LIB but than 'b' would be
        # compiled without -fPIC which would lead to link errors on x86-64. So,
        # compile everything with -fPIC.
        #
        # Yet another alternative would be to create a propagated <sharedable>
        # feature and set it when building shared libraries, but that would be
        # hard to implement and would increase the target path length even more.

        # On Windows, fPIC is the default, and specifying -fPIC explicitly leads
        # to a warning.
        if ! $(target) in cygwin windows
        {
            OPTIONS on $(targets) += -fPIC ;
        }
    }
}

rule setup-address-model ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    local model = [ feature.get-values address-model : $(properties) ] ;
    if $(model)
    {
        local option ;
        local os = [ feature.get-values target-os : $(properties) ] ;
        if $(os) = aix
        {
            if $(model) = 32
            {
                option = -maix32 ;
            }
            else
            {
                option = -maix64 ;
            }
        }
        else if $(os) = hpux
        {
            if $(model) = 32
            {
                option = -milp32 ;
            }
            else
            {
                option = -mlp64 ;
            }
        }
        else
        {
            local arch = [ feature.get-values architecture : $(properties) ] ;
            if $(arch) != arm
            {
                if $(model) = 32
                {
                    option = -m32 ;
                }
#                else if $(model) = 64
#                {
#                    option = -m64 ;
#                }
            }
            # For darwin, the model can be 32_64. darwin.jam will handle that
            # on its own.
        }
        OPTIONS on $(targets) += $(option) ;
    }
}


# FIXME: this should not use os.name.
if ! [ os.name ] in NT OSF HPUX AIX
{
    # OSF does have an option called -soname but it does not seem to work as
    # expected, therefore it has been disabled.
    HAVE_SONAME   = "" ;
    SONAME_OPTION = -h ;
}

# HPUX, for some reason, seems to use '+h' instead of '-h'.
if [ os.name ] = HPUX
{
    HAVE_SONAME   = "" ;
    SONAME_OPTION = +h ;
}

toolset.flags gcc.compile USER_OPTIONS <cflags> ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile.c++ USER_OPTIONS <cxxflags> ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile DEFINES <define> ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile INCLUDES <include> ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile.c++ TEMPLATE_DEPTH <c++-template-depth> ;
toolset.flags gcc.compile.fortran USER_OPTIONS <fflags> ;

rule compile.c++.pch ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-fpic $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
}

actions compile.c++.pch
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" -x c++-header $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS) -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(INCLUDES)" -c -o "$(<)" "$(>)"
}

rule compile.c.pch ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-fpic $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
}

actions compile.c.pch
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" -x c-header $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS) -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(INCLUDES)" -c -o "$(<)" "$(>)"
}

rule compile.c++.preprocess ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-fpic $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;

    # Some extensions are compiled as C++ by default. For others, we need to
    # pass -x c++. We could always pass -x c++ but distcc does not work with it.
    if ! $(>:S) in .cc .cp .cxx .cpp .c++ .C
    {
        LANG on $(<) = "-x c++" ;
    }
    DEPENDS $(<) : [ on $(<) return $(PCH_FILE) ] ;
}

rule compile.c.preprocess ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-fpic $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;

    # If we use the name g++ then default file suffix -> language mapping does
    # not work. So have to pass -x option. Maybe, we can work around this by
    # allowing the user to specify both C and C++ compiler names.
    #if $(>:S) != .c
    #{
        LANG on $(<) = "-x c" ;
    #}
    DEPENDS $(<) : [ on $(<) return $(PCH_FILE) ] ;
}

rule compile.c++ ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-fpic $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;

    # Some extensions are compiled as C++ by default. For others, we need to
    # pass -x c++. We could always pass -x c++ but distcc does not work with it.
    if ! $(>:S) in .cc .cp .cxx .cpp .c++ .C
    {
        LANG on $(<) = "-x c++" ;
    }
    DEPENDS $(<) : [ on $(<) return $(PCH_FILE) ] ;

    # Here we want to raise the template-depth parameter value to something
    # higher than the default value of 17. Note that we could do this using the
    # feature.set-default rule but we do not want to set the default value for
    # all toolsets as well.
    #
    # TODO: This 'modified default' has been inherited from some 'older Boost
    # Build implementation' and has most likely been added to make some Boost
    # library parts compile correctly. We should see what exactly prompted this
    # and whether we can get around the problem more locally.
    local template-depth = [ on $(<) return $(TEMPLATE_DEPTH) ] ;
    if ! $(template-depth)
    {
        TEMPLATE_DEPTH on $(<) = 128 ;
    }
}

rule compile.c ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-fpic $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;

    # If we use the name g++ then default file suffix -> language mapping does
    # not work. So have to pass -x option. Maybe, we can work around this by
    # allowing the user to specify both C and C++ compiler names.
    #if $(>:S) != .c
    #{
        LANG on $(<) = "-x c" ;
    #}
    DEPENDS $(<) : [ on $(<) return $(PCH_FILE) ] ;
}

rule compile.fortran ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-fpic $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
}

actions compile.c++ bind PCH_FILE
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" $(LANG) -ftemplate-depth-$(TEMPLATE_DEPTH) $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS) -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(PCH_FILE:D)" -I"$(INCLUDES)" -c -o "$(<:W)" "$(>:W)"
}

actions compile.c bind PCH_FILE
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" $(LANG) $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS) -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(PCH_FILE:D)" -I"$(INCLUDES)" -c -o "$(<)" "$(>)"
}

actions compile.c++.preprocess bind PCH_FILE
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" $(LANG) -ftemplate-depth-$(TEMPLATE_DEPTH) $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS) -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(PCH_FILE:D)" -I"$(INCLUDES)" "$(>:W)" -E >"$(<:W)"
}

actions compile.c.preprocess bind PCH_FILE
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" $(LANG) $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS) -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(PCH_FILE:D)" -I"$(INCLUDES)" "$(>)" -E >$(<)
}

actions compile.fortran
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" $(LANG) $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS) -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(PCH_FILE:D)" -I"$(INCLUDES)" -c -o "$(<)" "$(>)"
}

rule compile.asm ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-fpic $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    LANG on $(<) = "-x assembler-with-cpp" ;
}

actions compile.asm
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" $(LANG) $(OPTIONS) -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(INCLUDES)" -c -o "$(<)" "$(>)"
}

# Class checking that we do not try to use the <runtime-link>static property
# while creating or using a shared library, since it is not supported by
# gcc/libc.
class gcc-linking-generator : unix-linking-generator
{
    rule run ( project name ? : property-set : sources + )
    {
        # TODO: Replace this with the use of a target-os property.
        local no-static-link = ;
        if [ modules.peek : UNIX ]
        {
            switch [ modules.peek : JAMUNAME ]
            {
                case * : no-static-link = true ;
            }
        }

        local properties = [ $(property-set).raw ] ;
        local reason ;
        if $(no-static-link) && <runtime-link>static in $(properties)
        {
            if <link>shared in $(properties)
            {
                reason = On gcc, DLLs can not be built with
                    '<runtime-link>static'. ;
            }
            else if [ type.is-derived $(self.target-types[1]) EXE ]
            {
                for local s in $(sources)
                {
                    local type = [ $(s).type ] ;
                    if $(type) && [ type.is-derived $(type) SHARED_LIB ]
                    {
                        reason = On gcc, using DLLs together with the
                            '<runtime-link>static' option is not possible. ;
                    }
                }
            }
        }
        if $(reason)
        {
            ECHO warning: $(reason) ;
            ECHO warning: It is suggested to use '<runtime-link>static' together
                with '<link>static'. ;
        }
        else
        {
            return [ unix-linking-generator.run $(project) $(name) :
                $(property-set) : $(sources) ] ;
        }
    }
}

# The set of permissible input types is different on mingw. So, define two sets
# of generators, with mingw generators selected when target-os=windows.

local g ;
g = [ new gcc-linking-generator gcc.mingw.link
      : OBJ SEARCHED_LIB STATIC_LIB IMPORT_LIB
      : EXE
      : <toolset>gcc <target-os>windows ] ;
$(g).set-rule-name gcc.link ;
generators.register $(g) ;

g = [ new gcc-linking-generator gcc.mingw.link.dll
      : OBJ SEARCHED_LIB STATIC_LIB IMPORT_LIB
      : IMPORT_LIB SHARED_LIB
      : <toolset>gcc <target-os>windows ] ;
$(g).set-rule-name gcc.link.dll ;
generators.register $(g) ;

generators.register
  [ new gcc-linking-generator gcc.link
      : LIB OBJ
      : EXE
      : <toolset>gcc ] ;
generators.register
  [ new gcc-linking-generator gcc.link.dll
      : LIB OBJ
      : SHARED_LIB
      : <toolset>gcc ] ;

generators.override gcc.mingw.link : gcc.link ;
generators.override gcc.mingw.link.dll : gcc.link.dll ;

# Cygwin is similar to msvc and mingw in that it uses import libraries. While in
# simple cases, it can directly link to a shared library, it is believed to be
# slower, and not always possible. Define cygwin-specific generators here.

g = [ new gcc-linking-generator gcc.cygwin.link
      : OBJ SEARCHED_LIB STATIC_LIB IMPORT_LIB
      : EXE
      : <toolset>gcc <target-os>cygwin ] ;
$(g).set-rule-name gcc.link ;
generators.register $(g) ;

g = [ new gcc-linking-generator gcc.cygwin.link.dll
      : OBJ SEARCHED_LIB STATIC_LIB IMPORT_LIB
      : IMPORT_LIB SHARED_LIB
      : <toolset>gcc <target-os>cygwin ] ;
$(g).set-rule-name gcc.link.dll ;
generators.register $(g) ;

generators.override gcc.cygwin.link : gcc.link ;
generators.override gcc.cygwin.link.dll : gcc.link.dll ;

# Declare flags for linking.
# First, the common flags.
toolset.flags gcc.link OPTIONS <debug-symbols>on : -g ;
toolset.flags gcc.link OPTIONS <profiling>on : -pg ;

# Tizen Opention
toolset.flags gcc.link OPTIONS : -Wl,-z,relro ;

toolset.flags gcc.link USER_OPTIONS <linkflags> ;
toolset.flags gcc.link LINKPATH <library-path> ;
toolset.flags gcc.link FINDLIBS-ST <find-static-library> ;
toolset.flags gcc.link FINDLIBS-SA <find-shared-library> ;
toolset.flags gcc.link LIBRARIES <library-file> ;

toolset.flags gcc.link.dll .IMPLIB-COMMAND <target-os>windows : "-Wl,--out-implib," ;
toolset.flags gcc.link.dll .IMPLIB-COMMAND <target-os>cygwin : "-Wl,--out-implib," ;

# For <runtime-link>static we made sure there are no dynamic libraries in the
# link. On HP-UX not all system libraries exist as archived libraries (for
# example, there is no libunwind.a), so, on this platform, the -static option
# cannot be specified.
if [ os.name ] != HPUX
{
    toolset.flags gcc.link OPTIONS <runtime-link>static : -static ;
}

# Now, the vendor specific flags.
# The parameter linker can be either aix, darwin, gnu, hpux, osf or sun.
rule init-link-flags ( toolset linker condition )
{
    switch $(linker)
    {
    case aix :
        # On AIX we *have* to use the native linker.
        #
        # Using -brtl, the AIX linker will look for libraries with both the .a
        # and .so extensions, such as libfoo.a and libfoo.so. Without -brtl, the
        # AIX linker looks only for libfoo.a. Note that libfoo.a is an archived
        # file that may contain shared objects and is different from static libs
        # as on Linux.
        #
        # The -bnoipath strips the prepending (relative) path of libraries from
        # the loader section in the target library or executable. Hence, during
        # load-time LIBPATH (identical to LD_LIBRARY_PATH) or a hard-coded
        # -blibpath (*similar* to -lrpath/-lrpath-link) is searched. Without
        # this option, the prepending (relative) path + library name is
        # hard-coded in the loader section, causing *only* this path to be
        # searched during load-time. Note that the AIX linker does not have an
        # -soname equivalent, this is as close as it gets.
        #
        # The -bbigtoc option instrcuts the linker to create a TOC bigger than 64k.
        # This is neccesary for some submodules such as math, but it does make running
        # the tests a tad slower.
        #
        # The above options are definately for AIX 5.x, and most likely also for
        # AIX 4.x and AIX 6.x. For details about the AIX linker see:
        # http://download.boulder.ibm.com/ibmdl/pub/software/dw/aix/es-aix_ll.pdf
        #

        toolset.flags $(toolset).link OPTIONS : -Wl,-brtl -Wl,-bnoipath -Wl,-bbigtoc
            : unchecked ;

    case darwin :
        # On Darwin, the -s option to ld does not work unless we pass -static,
        # and passing -static unconditionally is a bad idea. So, do not pass -s
        # at all and darwin.jam will use a separate 'strip' invocation.
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link RPATH $(condition) : <dll-path> :
            unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link RPATH_LINK $(condition) : <xdll-path> :
            unchecked ;

    case gnu :
        # Strip the binary when no debugging is needed. We use --strip-all flag
        # as opposed to -s since icc (intel's compiler) is generally
        # option-compatible with and inherits from the gcc toolset, but does not
        # support -s.
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link OPTIONS     $(condition)/<strip>on : -Wl,--strip-all   : unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link RPATH       $(condition)           : <dll-path>        : unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link RPATH_LINK  $(condition)           : <xdll-path>       : unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link START-GROUP $(condition)           : -Wl,--start-group : unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link END-GROUP   $(condition)           : -Wl,--end-group   : unchecked ;

        # gnu ld has the ability to change the search behaviour for libraries
        # referenced by the -l switch. These modifiers are -Bstatic and
        # -Bdynamic and change search for -l switches that follow them. The
        # following list shows the tried variants. Search stops at the first
        # variant that has a match.
        #
        # *nix: -Bstatic -lxxx
        #    libxxx.a
        #
        # *nix: -Bdynamic -lxxx
        #    libxxx.so
        #    libxxx.a
        #
        # windows (mingw, cygwin) -Bstatic -lxxx
        #    libxxx.a
        #    xxx.lib
        #
        # windows (mingw, cygwin) -Bdynamic -lxxx
        #    libxxx.dll.a
        #    xxx.dll.a
        #    libxxx.a
        #    xxx.lib
        #    cygxxx.dll (*)
        #    libxxx.dll
        #    xxx.dll
        #    libxxx.a
        #
        # (*) This is for cygwin
        # Please note that -Bstatic and -Bdynamic are not a guarantee that a
        # static or dynamic lib indeed gets linked in. The switches only change
        # search patterns!

        # On *nix mixing shared libs with static runtime is not a good idea.
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link FINDLIBS-ST-PFX
            $(condition)/<runtime-link>shared : -Wl,-Bstatic : unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link FINDLIBS-SA-PFX
            $(condition)/<runtime-link>shared : -Wl,-Bdynamic : unchecked ;

        # On windows allow mixing of static and dynamic libs with static
        # runtime is not a good idea.
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link FINDLIBS-ST-PFX
            $(condition)/<runtime-link>static/<target-os>windows : -Wl,-Bstatic
            : unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link FINDLIBS-SA-PFX
            $(condition)/<runtime-link>static/<target-os>windows : -Wl,-Bdynamic
            : unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link OPTIONS
            $(condition)/<runtime-link>static/<target-os>windows : -Wl,-Bstatic
            : unchecked ;

    case hpux :
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link OPTIONS $(condition)/<strip>on : -Wl,-s :
            unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link OPTIONS $(condition)/<link>shared : -fPIC
            : unchecked ;

    case osf :
        # No --strip-all, just -s.
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link OPTIONS $(condition)/<strip>on : -Wl,-s :
            unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link RPATH $(condition) : <dll-path> :
            unchecked ;
        # This does not support -R.
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link RPATH_OPTION $(condition) : -rpath :
            unchecked ;
        # -rpath-link is not supported at all.

    case sun :
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link OPTIONS $(condition)/<strip>on : -Wl,-s :
            unchecked ;
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link RPATH $(condition) : <dll-path> :
            unchecked ;
        # Solaris linker does not have a separate -rpath-link, but allows using
        # -L for the same purpose.
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link LINKPATH $(condition) : <xdll-path> :
            unchecked ;

        # This permits shared libraries with non-PIC code on Solaris.
        # VP, 2004/09/07: Now that we have -fPIC hardcode in link.dll, the
        # following is not needed. Whether -fPIC should be hardcoded, is a
        # separate question.
        # AH, 2004/10/16: it is still necessary because some tests link against
        # static libraries that were compiled without PIC.
        toolset.flags $(toolset).link OPTIONS $(condition)/<link>shared :
            -mimpure-text : unchecked ;

    case * :
        import errors ;
        errors.user-error $(toolset) initialization: invalid linker '$(linker)'
            : The value '$(linker)' specified for <linker> is not recognized.
            : Possible values are 'aix', 'darwin', 'gnu', 'hpux', 'osf' or 'sun'
            ;
    }
}


# Enclose the RPATH variable on 'targets' in double quotes, unless it is already
# enclosed in single quotes. This special casing is done because it is common to
# pass '$ORIGIN' to linker -- and it has to have single quotes to prevent shell
# expansion -- and if we add double quotes then the preventing properties of
# single quotes disappear.
#
rule quote-rpath ( targets * )
{
    local r = [ on $(targets[1]) return $(RPATH) ] ;
    if ! [ MATCH ('.*') : $(r) ]
    {
        r = \"$(r)\" ;
    }
    RPATH on $(targets) = $(r) ;
}

# Declare actions for linking.
rule link ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    SPACE on $(targets) = " " ;
    # Serialize execution of the 'link' action, since running N links in
    # parallel is just slower. For now, serialize only gcc links, it might be a
    # good idea to serialize all links.
    JAM_SEMAPHORE on $(targets) = <s>gcc-link-semaphore ;
    quote-rpath $(targets) ;
}

actions link bind LIBRARIES
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" -L"$(LINKPATH)" -Wl,$(RPATH_OPTION:E=-R)$(SPACE)-Wl,$(RPATH) -Wl,-rpath-link$(SPACE)-Wl,"$(RPATH_LINK)" -o "$(<)" $(START-GROUP) "$(>)" "$(LIBRARIES)" $(FINDLIBS-ST-PFX) -l$(FINDLIBS-ST) $(FINDLIBS-SA-PFX) -l$(FINDLIBS-SA) $(END-GROUP) $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS)
}


# Default value. Mostly for the sake of intel-linux that inherits from gcc, but
# does not have the same logic to set the .AR variable. We can put the same
# logic in intel-linux, but that is hardly worth the trouble as on Linux, 'ar'
# is always available.
.AR = ar ;
.RANLIB = ranlib ;

toolset.flags gcc.archive AROPTIONS <archiveflags> ;

rule archive ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    # Always remove archive and start again. Here is the rationale from
    #
    # Andre Hentz:
    #
    # I had a file, say a1.c, that was included into liba.a. I moved a1.c to
    # a2.c, updated my Jamfiles and rebuilt. My program was crashing with absurd
    # errors. After some debugging I traced it back to the fact that a1.o was
    # *still* in liba.a
    #
    # Rene Rivera:
    #
    # Originally removing the archive was done by splicing an RM onto the
    # archive action. That makes archives fail to build on NT when they have
    # many files because it will no longer execute the action directly and blow
    # the line length limit. Instead we remove the file in a different action,
    # just before building the archive.
    #
    local clean.a = $(targets[1])(clean) ;
    TEMPORARY $(clean.a) ;
    NOCARE $(clean.a) ;
    LOCATE on $(clean.a) = [ on $(targets[1]) return $(LOCATE) ] ;
    DEPENDS $(clean.a) : $(sources) ;
    DEPENDS $(targets) : $(clean.a) ;
    common.RmTemps $(clean.a) : $(targets) ;
}

# Declare action for creating static libraries.
# The letter 'r' means to add files to the archive with replacement. Since we
# remove archive, we do not care about replacement, but there is no option "add
# without replacement".
# The letter 'c' suppresses the warning in case the archive does not exists yet.
# That warning is produced only on some platforms, for whatever reasons.
#
actions piecemeal archive
{
    "$(.AR)" $(AROPTIONS) rc "$(<)" "$(>)"
    "$(.RANLIB)" "$(<)"
}

rule link.dll ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    setup-threading $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    setup-address-model $(targets) : $(sources) : $(properties) ;
    SPACE on $(targets) = " " ;
    JAM_SEMAPHORE on $(targets) = <s>gcc-link-semaphore ;
    quote-rpath $(targets) ;
}

# Differs from 'link' above only by -shared.
actions link.dll bind LIBRARIES
{
    "$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" -L"$(LINKPATH)" -Wl,$(RPATH_OPTION:E=-R)$(SPACE)-Wl,$(RPATH) "$(.IMPLIB-COMMAND)$(<[1])" -o "$(<[-1])" $(HAVE_SONAME)-Wl,$(SONAME_OPTION)$(SPACE)-Wl,$(<[-1]:D=) -shared $(START-GROUP) "$(>)" "$(LIBRARIES)" $(FINDLIBS-ST-PFX) -l$(FINDLIBS-ST) $(FINDLIBS-SA-PFX) -l$(FINDLIBS-SA) $(END-GROUP) $(OPTIONS) $(USER_OPTIONS)
}

rule setup-threading ( targets * : sources * : properties * )
{
    local threading = [ feature.get-values threading : $(properties) ] ;
    if $(threading) = multi
    {
        local target = [ feature.get-values target-os : $(properties) ] ;
        local option ;
        local libs ;

        switch $(target)
        {
            case android : # No threading options, everything is in already.
            case windows : option = -mthreads ;
            case cygwin  : option = -mthreads ;
            case solaris : option = -pthreads ; libs = rt ;
            case beos    : # No threading options.
            case haiku   : option = ;
            case *bsd    : option = -pthread ;  # There is no -lrt on BSD.
            case sgi     : # gcc on IRIX does not support multi-threading.
            case darwin  : # No threading options.
            case *       : option = -pthread ; libs = rt ;
        }

        if $(option)
        {
            OPTIONS on $(targets) += $(option) ;
        }
        if $(libs)
        {
            FINDLIBS-SA on $(targets) += $(libs) ;
        }
    }
}


local rule cpu-flags ( toolset variable : architecture : instruction-set + :
    values + : default ? )
{
    if $(default)
    {
        toolset.flags $(toolset) $(variable)
            <architecture>$(architecture)/<instruction-set> : $(values) ;
    }
    toolset.flags $(toolset) $(variable)
        <architecture>/<instruction-set>$(instruction-set)
        <architecture>$(architecture)/<instruction-set>$(instruction-set)
        : $(values) ;
}


# Set architecture/instruction-set options.
#
# x86 and compatible
# The 'native' option appeared in gcc 4.2 so we cannot safely use it as default.
# Use i686 instead for 32-bit.
toolset.flags gcc OPTIONS <architecture>x86/<address-model>32/<instruction-set> : -march=i686 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : native : -march=native ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : i486 : -march=i486 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : i586 : -march=i586 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : i686 : -march=i686 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentium : -march=pentium ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentium-mmx : -march=pentium-mmx ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentiumpro : -march=pentiumpro ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentium2 : -march=pentium2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentium3 : -march=pentium3 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentium3m : -march=pentium3m ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentium-m : -march=pentium-m ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentium4 : -march=pentium4 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : pentium4m : -march=pentium4m ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : prescott : -march=prescott ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : nocona : -march=nocona ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : core2 : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : conroe : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : conroe-xe : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : conroe-l : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : allendale : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : wolfdale : -march=core2 -msse4.1 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : merom : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : merom-xe : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : kentsfield : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : kentsfield-xe : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : yorksfield : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : penryn : -march=core2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : corei7 : -march=corei7 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : nehalem : -march=corei7 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : corei7-avx : -march=corei7-avx ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : sandy-bridge : -march=corei7-avx ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : core-avx-i : -march=core-avx-i ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : ivy-bridge : -march=core-avx-i ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : haswell : -march=core-avx-i -mavx2 -mfma -mbmi -mbmi2 -mlzcnt ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : k6 : -march=k6 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : k6-2 : -march=k6-2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : k6-3 : -march=k6-3 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : athlon : -march=athlon ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : athlon-tbird : -march=athlon-tbird ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : athlon-4 : -march=athlon-4 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : athlon-xp : -march=athlon-xp ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : athlon-mp : -march=athlon-mp ;
##
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : k8 : -march=k8 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : opteron : -march=opteron ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : athlon64 : -march=athlon64 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : athlon-fx : -march=athlon-fx ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : k8-sse3 : -march=k8-sse3 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : opteron-sse3 : -march=opteron-sse3 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : athlon64-sse3 : -march=athlon64-sse3 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : amdfam10 : -march=amdfam10 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : barcelona : -march=barcelona ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : bdver1 : -march=bdver1 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : bdver2 : -march=bdver2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : bdver3 : -march=bdver3 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : btver1 : -march=btver1 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : btver2 : -march=btver2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : winchip-c6 : -march=winchip-c6 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : winchip2 : -march=winchip2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : c3 : -march=c3 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : c3-2 : -march=c3-2 ;
##
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : x86 : atom : -march=atom ;
# Sparc
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : c3 : -mcpu=c3 : default ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : v7 : -mcpu=v7 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : cypress : -mcpu=cypress ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : v8 : -mcpu=v8 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : supersparc : -mcpu=supersparc ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : sparclite : -mcpu=sparclite ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : hypersparc : -mcpu=hypersparc ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : sparclite86x : -mcpu=sparclite86x ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : f930 : -mcpu=f930 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : f934 : -mcpu=f934 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : sparclet : -mcpu=sparclet ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : tsc701 : -mcpu=tsc701 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : v9 : -mcpu=v9 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : ultrasparc : -mcpu=ultrasparc ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : sparc : ultrasparc3 : -mcpu=ultrasparc3 ;
# RS/6000 & PowerPC
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 403 : -mcpu=403 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 505 : -mcpu=505 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 601 : -mcpu=601 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 602 : -mcpu=602 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 603 : -mcpu=603 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 603e : -mcpu=603e ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 604 : -mcpu=604 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 604e : -mcpu=604e ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 620 : -mcpu=620 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 630 : -mcpu=630 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 740 : -mcpu=740 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 7400 : -mcpu=7400 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 7450 : -mcpu=7450 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 750 : -mcpu=750 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 801 : -mcpu=801 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 821 : -mcpu=821 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 823 : -mcpu=823 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 860 : -mcpu=860 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 970 : -mcpu=970 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : 8540 : -mcpu=8540 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : power : -mcpu=power ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : power2 : -mcpu=power2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : power3 : -mcpu=power3 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : power4 : -mcpu=power4 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : power5 : -mcpu=power5 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : powerpc : -mcpu=powerpc ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : powerpc64 : -mcpu=powerpc64 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : rios : -mcpu=rios ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : rios1 : -mcpu=rios1 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : rios2 : -mcpu=rios2 ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : rsc : -mcpu=rsc ;
cpu-flags gcc OPTIONS : power : rs64a : -mcpu=rs64 ;
# AIX variant of RS/6000 & PowerPC
toolset.flags gcc AROPTIONS <address-model>64/<target-os>aix : "-X64" ;