sys.abiflags

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49 Examples 7

Example 1

Project: PyClassLessons
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 2

Project: pip
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 3

Project: jpy
Source File: jpyutil.py
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def _get_python_lib_name():
    try:
        abiflags = sys.abiflags
    except AttributeError:
        abiflags = ''
    version = sysconfig.get_config_var('VERSION')
    if not version:
        version = ''
    return 'python' + version + abiflags

Example 4

Project: WAPT
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 5

Project: TrustRouter
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'),
                        'config-{}{}'.format(_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags),
                        'Makefile')

Example 6

Project: nginx-python-buildpack
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 7

Project: HealthStarter
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 8

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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 9

Project: datafari
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 10

Project: Flask
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 11

Project: Flask
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 12

Project: ironpython3
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_sys_home or _PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 13

Project: kbengine
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 14

Project: kbengine
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 15

Project: kbengine
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_sys_home or _PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 16

Project: kbengine
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_sys_home or _PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 17

Project: iot-utilities
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_sys_home or _PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 18

Project: iot-utilities
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_sys_home or _PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 19

Project: iot-utilities
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_sys_home or _PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 20

Project: iot-utilities
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_sys_home or _PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 21

Project: rez
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 22

Project: rez
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 23

Project: rez
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 24

Project: rez
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 25

Project: yadapy
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_makefile_filename():
    """Return the path of the Makefile."""
    if _PYTHON_BUILD:
        return os.path.join(_PROJECT_BASE, "Makefile")
    if hasattr(sys, 'abiflags'):
        config_dir_name = 'config-%s%s' % (_PY_VERSION_SHORT, sys.abiflags)
    else:
        config_dir_name = 'config'
    return os.path.join(get_path('stdlib'), config_dir_name, 'Makefile')

Example 26

Project: PyClassLessons
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 27

Project: pip
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 28

Project: WAPT
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 29

Project: TrustRouter
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    import re
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # Distutils.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])


        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2] # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 30

Project: nginx-python-buildpack
Source File: sysconfig.py
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def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 31

Project: HealthStarter
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 32

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def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 33

Project: datafari
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 34

Project: Flask
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 35

Project: Flask
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 36

Project: ironpython3
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # Distutils.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_base'] = _BASE_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_platbase'] = _BASE_EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name == 'nt':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # For backward compatibility, see issue19555
        SO = _CONFIG_VARS.get('EXT_SUFFIX')
        if SO is not None:
            _CONFIG_VARS['SO'] = SO
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        # Always convert srcdir to an absolute path
        srcdir = _CONFIG_VARS.get('srcdir', _PROJECT_BASE)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            if _PYTHON_BUILD:
                # If srcdir is a relative path (typically '.' or '..')
                # then it should be interpreted relative to the directory
                # containing Makefile.
                base = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, srcdir)
            else:
                # srcdir is not meaningful since the installation is
                # spread about the filesystem.  We choose the
                # directory containing the Makefile since we know it
                # exists.
                srcdir = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
        _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(srcdir)

        # OS X platforms require special customization to handle
        # multi-architecture, multi-os-version installers
        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            import _osx_support
            _osx_support.customize_config_vars(_CONFIG_VARS)

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 37

Project: kbengine
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 38

Project: kbengine
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 39

Project: kbengine
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # Distutils.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_base'] = _BASE_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_platbase'] = _BASE_EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name == 'nt':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # For backward compatibility, see issue19555
        SO = _CONFIG_VARS.get('EXT_SUFFIX')
        if SO is not None:
            _CONFIG_VARS['SO'] = SO
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        # Always convert srcdir to an absolute path
        srcdir = _CONFIG_VARS.get('srcdir', _PROJECT_BASE)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            if _PYTHON_BUILD:
                # If srcdir is a relative path (typically '.' or '..')
                # then it should be interpreted relative to the directory
                # containing Makefile.
                base = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, srcdir)
            else:
                # srcdir is not meaningful since the installation is
                # spread about the filesystem.  We choose the
                # directory containing the Makefile since we know it
                # exists.
                srcdir = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
        _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(srcdir)

        # OS X platforms require special customization to handle
        # multi-architecture, multi-os-version installers
        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            import _osx_support
            _osx_support.customize_config_vars(_CONFIG_VARS)

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 40

Project: kbengine
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # Distutils.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_base'] = _BASE_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_platbase'] = _BASE_EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name == 'nt':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # For backward compatibility, see issue19555
        SO = _CONFIG_VARS.get('EXT_SUFFIX')
        if SO is not None:
            _CONFIG_VARS['SO'] = SO
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        # Always convert srcdir to an absolute path
        srcdir = _CONFIG_VARS.get('srcdir', _PROJECT_BASE)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            if _PYTHON_BUILD:
                # If srcdir is a relative path (typically '.' or '..')
                # then it should be interpreted relative to the directory
                # containing Makefile.
                base = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, srcdir)
            else:
                # srcdir is not meaningful since the installation is
                # spread about the filesystem.  We choose the
                # directory containing the Makefile since we know it
                # exists.
                srcdir = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
        _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(srcdir)

        # OS X platforms require special customization to handle
        # multi-architecture, multi-os-version installers
        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            import _osx_support
            _osx_support.customize_config_vars(_CONFIG_VARS)

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 41

Project: iot-utilities
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # Distutils.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_base'] = _BASE_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_platbase'] = _BASE_EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name == 'nt':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'uwp_os':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # For backward compatibility, see issue19555
        SO = _CONFIG_VARS.get('EXT_SUFFIX')
        if SO is not None:
            _CONFIG_VARS['SO'] = SO
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        # Always convert srcdir to an absolute path
        srcdir = _CONFIG_VARS.get('srcdir', _PROJECT_BASE)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            if _PYTHON_BUILD:
                # If srcdir is a relative path (typically '.' or '..')
                # then it should be interpreted relative to the directory
                # containing Makefile.
                base = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, srcdir)
            else:
                # srcdir is not meaningful since the installation is
                # spread about the filesystem.  We choose the
                # directory containing the Makefile since we know it
                # exists.
                srcdir = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
        _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(srcdir)

        # OS X platforms require special customization to handle
        # multi-architecture, multi-os-version installers
        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            import _osx_support
            _osx_support.customize_config_vars(_CONFIG_VARS)

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 42

Project: iot-utilities
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # Distutils.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_base'] = _BASE_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_platbase'] = _BASE_EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name == 'nt':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'uwp_os':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # For backward compatibility, see issue19555
        SO = _CONFIG_VARS.get('EXT_SUFFIX')
        if SO is not None:
            _CONFIG_VARS['SO'] = SO
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        # Always convert srcdir to an absolute path
        srcdir = _CONFIG_VARS.get('srcdir', _PROJECT_BASE)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            if _PYTHON_BUILD:
                # If srcdir is a relative path (typically '.' or '..')
                # then it should be interpreted relative to the directory
                # containing Makefile.
                base = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, srcdir)
            else:
                # srcdir is not meaningful since the installation is
                # spread about the filesystem.  We choose the
                # directory containing the Makefile since we know it
                # exists.
                srcdir = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
        _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(srcdir)

        # OS X platforms require special customization to handle
        # multi-architecture, multi-os-version installers
        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            import _osx_support
            _osx_support.customize_config_vars(_CONFIG_VARS)

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 43

Project: iot-utilities
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # Distutils.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_base'] = _BASE_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_platbase'] = _BASE_EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name == 'nt':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'uwp_os':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # For backward compatibility, see issue19555
        SO = _CONFIG_VARS.get('EXT_SUFFIX')
        if SO is not None:
            _CONFIG_VARS['SO'] = SO
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        # Always convert srcdir to an absolute path
        srcdir = _CONFIG_VARS.get('srcdir', _PROJECT_BASE)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            if _PYTHON_BUILD:
                # If srcdir is a relative path (typically '.' or '..')
                # then it should be interpreted relative to the directory
                # containing Makefile.
                base = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, srcdir)
            else:
                # srcdir is not meaningful since the installation is
                # spread about the filesystem.  We choose the
                # directory containing the Makefile since we know it
                # exists.
                srcdir = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
        _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(srcdir)

        # OS X platforms require special customization to handle
        # multi-architecture, multi-os-version installers
        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            import _osx_support
            _osx_support.customize_config_vars(_CONFIG_VARS)

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 44

Project: iot-utilities
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # Distutils.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_base'] = _BASE_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['installed_platbase'] = _BASE_EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name == 'nt':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'uwp_os':
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # For backward compatibility, see issue19555
        SO = _CONFIG_VARS.get('EXT_SUFFIX')
        if SO is not None:
            _CONFIG_VARS['SO'] = SO
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        # Always convert srcdir to an absolute path
        srcdir = _CONFIG_VARS.get('srcdir', _PROJECT_BASE)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            if _PYTHON_BUILD:
                # If srcdir is a relative path (typically '.' or '..')
                # then it should be interpreted relative to the directory
                # containing Makefile.
                base = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, srcdir)
            else:
                # srcdir is not meaningful since the installation is
                # spread about the filesystem.  We choose the
                # directory containing the Makefile since we know it
                # exists.
                srcdir = os.path.dirname(get_makefile_filename())
        _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(srcdir)

        # OS X platforms require special customization to handle
        # multi-architecture, multi-os-version installers
        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            import _osx_support
            _osx_support.customize_config_vars(_CONFIG_VARS)

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 45

Project: rez
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 46

Project: rez
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 47

Project: rez
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 48

Project: rez
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS

Example 49

Project: yadapy
Source File: sysconfig.py
View license
def get_config_vars(*args):
    """With no arguments, return a dictionary of all configuration
    variables relevant for the current platform.

    On Unix, this means every variable defined in Python's installed Makefile;
    On Windows and Mac OS it's a much smaller set.

    With arguments, return a list of values that result from looking up
    each argument in the configuration variable dictionary.
    """
    global _CONFIG_VARS
    if _CONFIG_VARS is None:
        _CONFIG_VARS = {}
        # Normalized versions of prefix and exec_prefix are handy to have;
        # in fact, these are the standard versions used most places in the
        # distutils2 module.
        _CONFIG_VARS['prefix'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['exec_prefix'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version'] = _PY_VERSION
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_short'] = _PY_VERSION_SHORT
        _CONFIG_VARS['py_version_nodot'] = _PY_VERSION[0] + _PY_VERSION[2]
        _CONFIG_VARS['base'] = _PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['platbase'] = _EXEC_PREFIX
        _CONFIG_VARS['projectbase'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        try:
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = sys.abiflags
        except AttributeError:
            # sys.abiflags may not be defined on all platforms.
            _CONFIG_VARS['abiflags'] = ''

        if os.name in ('nt', 'os2'):
            _init_non_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        if os.name == 'posix':
            _init_posix(_CONFIG_VARS)
        # Setting 'userbase' is done below the call to the
        # init function to enable using 'get_config_var' in
        # the init-function.
        if sys.version >= '2.6':
            _CONFIG_VARS['userbase'] = _getuserbase()

        if 'srcdir' not in _CONFIG_VARS:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _PROJECT_BASE
        else:
            _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = _safe_realpath(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])

        # Convert srcdir into an absolute path if it appears necessary.
        # Normally it is relative to the build directory.  However, during
        # testing, for example, we might be running a non-installed python
        # from a different directory.
        if _PYTHON_BUILD and os.name == "posix":
            base = _PROJECT_BASE
            try:
                cwd = os.getcwd()
            except OSError:
                cwd = None
            if (not os.path.isabs(_CONFIG_VARS['srcdir']) and
                base != cwd):
                # srcdir is relative and we are not in the same directory
                # as the executable. Assume executable is in the build
                # directory and make srcdir absolute.
                srcdir = os.path.join(base, _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'])
                _CONFIG_VARS['srcdir'] = os.path.normpath(srcdir)

        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            kernel_version = os.uname()[2]  # Kernel version (8.4.3)
            major_version = int(kernel_version.split('.')[0])

            if major_version < 8:
                # On Mac OS X before 10.4, check if -arch and -isysroot
                # are in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS and remove them if they are.
                # This is needed when building extensions on a 10.3 system
                # using a universal build of python.
                for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):
                    flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                    flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                    flags = re.sub('-isysroot [^ \t]*', ' ', flags)
                    _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags
            else:
                # Allow the user to override the architecture flags using
                # an environment variable.
                # NOTE: This name was introduced by Apple in OSX 10.5 and
                # is used by several scripting languages distributed with
                # that OS release.
                if 'ARCHFLAGS' in os.environ:
                    arch = os.environ['ARCHFLAGS']
                    for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                        # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                        # patched up as well.
                        'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                        flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                        flags = re.sub('-arch\s+\w+\s', ' ', flags)
                        flags = flags + ' ' + arch
                        _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

                # If we're on OSX 10.5 or later and the user tries to
                # compiles an extension using an SDK that is not present
                # on the current machine it is better to not use an SDK
                # than to fail.
                #
                # The major usecase for this is users using a Python.org
                # binary installer  on OSX 10.6: that installer uses
                # the 10.4u SDK, but that SDK is not installed by default
                # when you install Xcode.
                #
                CFLAGS = _CONFIG_VARS.get('CFLAGS', '')
                m = re.search('-isysroot\s+(\S+)', CFLAGS)
                if m is not None:
                    sdk = m.group(1)
                    if not os.path.exists(sdk):
                        for key in ('LDFLAGS', 'BASECFLAGS',
                             # a number of derived variables. These need to be
                             # patched up as well.
                            'CFLAGS', 'PY_CFLAGS', 'BLDSHARED'):

                            flags = _CONFIG_VARS[key]
                            flags = re.sub('-isysroot\s+\S+(\s|$)', ' ', flags)
                            _CONFIG_VARS[key] = flags

    if args:
        vals = []
        for name in args:
            vals.append(_CONFIG_VARS.get(name))
        return vals
    else:
        return _CONFIG_VARS