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dnl "configure.in" for the "tls" Tcl extension.
dnl 
dnl This file is an input file used by the GNU "autoconf" program to
dnl generate the file "configure", which is run during Tcl
dnl installation to configure the system for the local environment.
dnl 
dnl This file contains code to generate "tls" using either the
dnl OpenSSL libraries or libraries from the commercial BSAFE SSL-C
dnl product from RSA Security.  In the United States, it is necessary
dnl to use the RSA BSAFE libraries for any product developed for
dnl commercial use. Licensing information for BSAFE SSL-C may be
dnl obtained from RSA Data Scurity Inc., San Mateo, California, USA.
dnl Their home page on the web is "www.rsasecurity.com". 


#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# macro used to verify that the configure script can find the sources
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

AC_INIT(tls.h)

AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR(config)
CONFIGDIR=${srcdir}/config
AC_SUBST(CONFIGDIR)

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Set package name and version numbers here.  The NODOT_VERSION is
# required for constructing the library name on systems that don't
# like dots in # library names (Windows).  The VERSION variable is
# used on the other systems.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

PACKAGE=tls

MAJOR_VERSION=1
MINOR_VERSION=5
PATCHLEVEL=0

VERSION=${MAJOR_VERSION}.${MINOR_VERSION}${PATCHLEVEL}
NODOT_VERSION=${MAJOR_VERSION}${MINOR_VERSION}

AC_SUBST(PACKAGE)
AC_SUBST(VERSION)


#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# We put this here so that you can compile with -DVERSION="1.2" to
# encode the package version directly into the source files.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

eval AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(VERSION, "${VERSION}")
eval AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE, "${PACKAGE}")

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# If the variable OPENSSL is set, we will build with the OpenSSL
# libraries.  If it is not set, then we will use RSA BSAFE SSL-C
# libraries instead of the default OpenSSL libaries.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

OPENSSL="1"

AC_ARG_ENABLE(bsafe, [  --enable-bsafe          Use RSA BSAFE SSL-C libs.  Default is to use OpenSSL libs], OPENSSL="", OPENSSL="1")

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Establish the location of the root directory for OpenSSL.
# If we're not using OpenSSL, set the root for BSAFE SSL-C.
# If we're using BSAFE, define the BSAFE compiler flag.
# The "FLAT_INC" flag is used in the BSAFE ssl.h header file and
# doesn't seem to be referenced anywhere else.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

if test -n "${OPENSSL}"; then
    SSL_DIR='/usr/local/ssl'
    AC_DEFINE(NO_IDEA)
    AC_DEFINE(NO_RC5)
else
    SSL_DIR='/use/local/sslc'
    AC_DEFINE(BSAFE)
    AC_DEFINE(FLAT_INC)
fi

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# If we're using RSA BSAFE SSL-C, we need to establish what platform
# we're running on before we can figure out some paths.
# This step isn't necessary if we're using OpenSSL.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------


if test -z "${OPENSSL}"; then
    AC_MSG_CHECKING(host type)
    case "`uname -s`" in
	*win32* | *WIN32* | *CYGWIN_NT*|*CYGWIN_98*|*CYGWIN_95*)
	    PLATFORM=WIN32
	    AC_DEFINE(WINDOWS)
	    ;;
	*SunOS*)
	    PLATFORM=SOLARIS
	    ;;
	HP-UX)
	    PLATFORM=HPUX
	    ;;
	*)
	    PLATFORM=LINUX
	    ;;
    esac
    AC_MSG_RESULT(${PLATFORM})
fi

AC_ARG_WITH(ssl-dir, [  --with-ssl-dir=DIR      SSL root directory], SSL_DIR=$withval)

if test ! -d "${SSL_DIR}"; then
    AC_ERROR(${SSL_DIR} is not a valid directory)
fi

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# The OpenSSL and BSAFE SSL-C directory structures differ.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

if test -n "${OPENSSL}"; then
    SSL_LIB_DIR=${SSL_DIR}/lib
    SSL_INCLUDE_DIR=${SSL_DIR}/include
    if test ! -f "${SSL_INCLUDE_DIR}/openssl/opensslv.h"; then
        AC_ERROR(bad ssl-dir: cannot find openssl/opensslv.h under ${SSL_INCLUDE_DIR})
    fi
else
    SSL_LIB_DIR=${SSL_DIR}/${PLATFORM}/library/lib
    SSL_INCLUDE_DIR=${SSL_DIR}/${PLATFORM}/library/include
    if test ! -f "${SSL_INCLUDE_DIR}/crypto.h"; then
        AC_ERROR(bad ssl-dir: cannot find crypto.h under ${SSL_INCLUDE_DIR})
    fi
fi

AC_SUBST(SSL_DIR)
AC_SUBST(SSL_LIB_DIR)
AC_SUBST(SSL_INCLUDE_DIR)

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Determine if we should use the patented encryption code
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

AC_ARG_ENABLE(patents, [  --enable-patents        Use patented code.  Default is enabled], PATENTS=${enableval}, PATENTS=yes)  

if test ${PATENTS} = no; then
    AC_DEFINE("NO_PATENTS")
fi

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Check whether --enable-gcc or --disable-gcc was given.  Do this 
# before AC_CYGWIN is called so the compiler can be fully tested by
# built-in autoconf tools.  This macro also calls AC_PROG_CC to set
# the compiler if --enable-gcc was not used.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

SC_ENABLE_GCC
AC_PROG_INSTALL

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# If OpenSSL was built with gcc then there may be some symbols that need
# resolving before we can load it into tclsh (__udivd3i on solaris.  Let the
# user specify if we need to add libgcc to the link line to resolve these
# symbols.
#
# This doesn't seem to be necessary if the RSA BSAFE SSL-C libraries
# are used instead of OpenSSL.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

if test -n "${OPENSSL}"; then

    AC_MSG_CHECKING(if libgcc is needed to resolve openssl symbols)

    AC_ARG_WITH(gcclib, [  --with-gcclib           link with libgcc to resolve symbols in a gcc-built openssl library], GCCLIB="-lgcc", GCCLIB="")

    if test "x${GCCLIB}" = "x" ; then
        AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
    else
        AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
        AC_MSG_CHECKING(for gcc library location)
        GCCPATH=`${CC} -print-libgcc-file-name | sed -e 's#[^/]*$##'`
        GCCPATH="-L${GCCPATH}"
        AC_MSG_RESULT(${GCCPATH})
    fi
fi

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Checks to see if the make program sets the $MAKE variable.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

AC_PROG_MAKE_SET

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Find ranlib
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

AC_PROG_RANLIB

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# This macro performs additional compiler tests.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

AC_CYGWIN

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Determines the correct binary file extension (.o, .obj, .exe etc.)
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

AC_OBJEXT
AC_EXEEXT

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# "cygpath" is used on windows to generate native path names for
# include files.  These variables should only be used with the
# compiler and linker since # they generate native path names.
#
# Unix tclConfig.sh points SRC_DIR at the top-level directory of
# the Tcl sources, while the Windows tclConfig.sh points SRC_DIR at
# the win subdirectory.  Hence the different usages of SRC_DIR below.
#
# This must be done before calling SC_PUBLIC_TCL_HEADERS or
# SC_PRIVATE_TCL_HEADERS.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

case "`uname -s`" in
    *win32* | *WIN32* | *CYGWIN_NT*|*CYGWIN_98*|*CYGWIN_95*)
	CYGPATH="cygpath -w"
	RELPATH=".. .. bin"
    ;;
    *)
	CYGPATH=echo
	RELPATH=".."
    ;;
esac

AC_SUBST(CYGPATH)
AC_SUBST(RELPATH)

SSL_INCLUDE_DIR_NATIVE=\"`${CYGPATH} ${SSL_INCLUDE_DIR}`\"
AC_SUBST(SSL_INCLUDE_DIR_NATIVE)


#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Load the tclConfig.sh file
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

SC_PATH_TCLCONFIG
SC_LOAD_TCLCONFIG

SC_PUBLIC_TCL_HEADERS

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# A few miscellaneous platform-specific items:
#
# Define a special symbol for Windows (BUILD_tls in this case) so
# that we create the export library with the dll.
#
# Clean up any extra files that Windows creates.
#
# Define any extra compiler flags in the PACKAGE_CFLAGS variable.
# These will be appended to the current set of compiler flags for
# your system.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

case "`uname -s`" in
    *win32* | *WIN32* | *CYGWIN_NT*|*CYGWIN_98*|*CYGWIN_95*)
	AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(BUILD_${PACKAGE})
	CLEANFILES="*.lib *.dll *.exp *.ilk *.pdb vc50.pch"
	AC_SUBST(CLEANFILES)
    ;;
    *)
	CLEANFILES=
    ;;
esac

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Check whether --enable-threads or --disable-threads was given.
# So far only Tcl responds to this one.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

SC_ENABLE_THREADS

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# The statement below defines a collection of symbols related to
# building as a shared library instead of a static library.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

SC_ENABLE_SHARED

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# This macro figures out what flags to use with the compiler/linker
# when building shared/static debug/optimized objects.  This information
# is all taken from the tclConfig.sh file.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

CFLAGS_DEBUG=${TCL_CFLAGS_DEBUG}
CFLAGS_OPTIMIZE=${TCL_CFLAGS_OPTIMIZE}
LDFLAGS_DEBUG=${TCL_LDFLAGS_DEBUG}
LDFLAGS_OPTIMIZE=${TCL_LDFLAGS_OPTIMIZE}
SHLIB_LD=${TCL_SHLIB_LD}
STLIB_LD=${TCL_STLIB_LD}
SHLIB_CFLAGS=${TCL_SHLIB_CFLAGS}

AC_SUBST(CFLAGS_DEBUG)
AC_SUBST(CFLAGS_OPTIMIZE)
AC_SUBST(STLIB_LD)
AC_SUBST(SHLIB_LD)
AC_SUBST(SHLIB_CFLAGS)
AC_SUBST(SHLIB_LDFLAGS)

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Set the default compiler switches based on the --enable-symbols 
# option.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

SC_ENABLE_SYMBOLS

if test "${SHARED_BUILD}" = "1" ; then
    CFLAGS='${CFLAGS_DEFAULT} ${CFLAGS_WARNING} ${SHLIB_CFLAGS}'
else
    CFLAGS='${CFLAGS_DEFAULT} ${CFLAGS_WARNING}'
fi

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Everyone should be linking against the Tcl stub library.  If you
# can't for some reason, remove this definition.  If you aren't using
# stubs, you also need to modify the SHLIB_LD_LIBS setting below to
# link against the non-stubbed Tcl library.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

AC_DEFINE(USE_TCL_STUBS)

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# This macro generates a line to use when building a library.  It
# depends on values set by the SC_ENABLE_SHARED, SC_ENABLE_SYMBOLS,
# and SC_LOAD_TCLCONFIG macros above.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

SC_MAKE_LIB

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# eval these two values to dereference the ${DBGX} variable.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

eval "SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX=${TCL_SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
eval "UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX=${TCL_UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Shared libraries and static libraries have different names.
# Also, windows libraries and unix libraries have different names.
# For the OpenSSL version, I chose to use the same library names that
# OpenSSL uses as its default names.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

if test -n "${OPENSSL}"; then

    case "`uname -s`" in
	*win32* | *WIN32* | *CYGWIN_NT*|*CYGWIN_98*|*CYGWIN_95*)
	    if test "${SHARED_BUILD}" = "1" ; then
		SHLIB_LD_LIBS="\"`${CYGPATH} ${TCL_BIN_DIR}/${TCL_STUB_LIB_FILE}`\" ${TCL_SHLIB_LD_LIBS} \"`${CYGPATH} ${SSL_LIB_DIR}/ssleay32.lib`\" \"`${CYGPATH} ${SSL_LIB_DIR}/libeay32.lib`\""
		eval "${PACKAGE}_LIB_FILE=${PACKAGE}${SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
		RANLIB=:
	    else
		eval "${PACKAGE}_LIB_FILE=${PACKAGE}${UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
	    fi
	;;
	*)
	    if test "${SHARED_BUILD}" = "1" ; then
		SHLIB_LD_LIBS="${TCL_STUB_LIB_SPEC} -L${SSL_LIB_DIR} -lssl -L${SSL_LIB_DIR} -lcrypto ${GCCPATH} ${GCCLIB}"
		eval "${PACKAGE}_LIB_FILE=lib${PACKAGE}${SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
		RANLIB=:
	    else
		eval "${PACKAGE}_LIB_FILE=lib${PACKAGE}${UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
	    fi
	;;
    esac
else
    case "`uname -s`" in
        *win32* | *WIN32* | *CYGWIN_NT*|*CYGWIN_98*|*CYGWIN_95*)
	    if test "${SHARED_BUILD}" = "1" ; then
	        SHLIB_LD_LIBS="\"`${CYGPATH} ${TCL_BIN_DIR}/${TCL_STUB_LIB_FILE}`\" ${TCL_SHLIB_LD_LIBS} \"`${CYGPATH} ${SSL_LIB_DIR}/sslc32.lib`\""
	        eval "${PACKAGE}_LIB_FILE=${PACKAGE}${SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
	        RANLIB=:
	    else
	        eval "${PACKAGE}_LIB_FILE=${PACKAGE}${UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
	    fi
	;;
        *)
	    if test "${SHARED_BUILD}" = "1" ; then
	        SHLIB_LD_LIBS="${TCL_STUB_LIB_SPEC} -L${SSL_LIB_DIR} -lsslc"
	        eval "${PACKAGE}_LIB_FILE=lib${PACKAGE}${SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
	        RANLIB=:
	    else
	        eval "${PACKAGE}_LIB_FILE=lib${PACKAGE}${UNSHARED_LIB_SUFFIX}"
	    fi
	;;
    esac
fi

AC_SUBST(tls_LIB_FILE)
AC_SUBST(SHLIB_LD_LIBS)

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Find tclsh so that we can run pkg_mkIndex to generate the pkgIndex.tcl
# file during the install process.  Don't run the TCLSH_PROG through
# ${CYGPATH} because it's being used directly by make.
# Require that we use a tclsh shell version 8.2 or later since earlier
# versions have bugs in the pkg_mkIndex routine.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

SC_PROG_TCLSH

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# Finally, substitute all of the various values into the Makefile.
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

AC_OUTPUT([Makefile \
	pkgIndex.tcl])