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From "Owens, Steve" <Steve.Ow...@disney.com>
Subject Re: Questions about tsxs
Date Tue, 22 Jan 2013 17:27:23 GMT
Updating the "usage" as shown in the attached file should make things less
confusing.

On 1/22/13 9:17 AM, "Owens, Steve" <Steve.Owens@disney.com> wrote:

>James, 
>
>After examining the tsxs shell script it is now apparent to me why the
>command didn't work.
>
>This will not work as expected:
>
>tsxs -o libJsonPTransformationHandler.so -C JsonPTransformationHandler.cc
>-I /home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin
>
>
>I suspect that this WILL work as expected
>
>tsxs  -I /home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin -o libJsonPTransformationHandler.so -C
>JsonPTransformationHandler.cc
> 
>
>Apparently the command line parsing algorithm used isn't as robust as it
>could be.
>
>The inner loop in the argument parser:
>        -C)
>            shift
>            while [ -r "$1" ]; do
>               SRC=$1
>               obj=`echo $SRC | sed -e 's/\.[a-z]*$/\.lo/g;'`
>               echo "  compiling $SRC -> $obj"
>               debug "$CXX $CPPFLAGS $CXXFLAGS $PICFLAGS -c $SRC -o $obj"
>               $CXX $CPPFLAGS $CXXFLAGS $PICFLAGS -c $SRC -o $obj ||
>               bail "Compile failed: $CXX $CPPFLAGS $CXXFLAGS $PICFLAGS -c
>$SRC -o $obj"
>               OBJS="$OBJS $obj"
>               LD=$MODULELDXX
>               BUILD=1
>               shift
>            done
>            ;;
>
>Seems to be eating arguments after the -C.
>
>
>
>
>Once I get to a terminal I can try this out from I will follow up with
>results.
>
>Steve Owens
>
>On 1/19/13 10:03 AM, "James Peach" <jpeach@apache.org> wrote:
>
>>On 18/01/2013, at 12:37 PM, "Owens, Steve" <Steve.Owens@disney.com>
>>wrote:
>>
>>> Given that tsxs is broken does anyone know what would be the sequence
>>>of commands that it would execute to build the plugin if it were working
>>>correctly given the following command line?
>>> 
>>> tsxs -o libJsonPTransformationHandler.so -C
>>>JsonPTransformationHandler.cc -I /home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin
>>
>>Here's an example (a bit Mac OS X specific):
>>	https://github.com/jpeach/spdy/blob/master/Makefile
>>
>>You really only have to set the include path to $TS_ROOT/include and tell
>>the linker to allow undefined symbols if that's necessary.
>>
>>The -I option to tsxs looks reasonably implemented .. can you put a "set
>>-x" at the top of tsxs and post the output somewhere?
>>
>>> 
>>> 
>>> From: "Owens, Steve" <Steve.Owens@disney.com>
>>> Reply-To: "users@trafficserver.apache.org"
>>><users@trafficserver.apache.org>
>>> Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 12:19:14 -0800
>>> To: "users@trafficserver.apache.org" <users@trafficserver.apache.org>
>>> Subject: Re: Questions about tsxs
>>> 
>>> Digging into this further I can see that when I invoke:
>>> tsxs -o libJsonPTransformationHandler.so -C
>>>JsonPTransformationHandler.cc -I /home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin
>>> 
>>> Tsxs writes the following on the last line of output:
>>> Compile failed: g++ -I/usr/local/include -g -pipe -Wall -Werror -O3
>>>-feliminate-unused-debug-symbols -fno-strict-aliasing
>>>-Wno-invalid-offsetof -fpic -c JsonPTransformationHandler.cc -o
>>>JsonPTransformationHandler.lo
>>> 
>>> Yet when I do 
>>> tsxs -h
>>> 
>>> It outputs:
>>> /usr/local/bin/tsxs : a tool to compile, link and install trafficserver
>>>plugins.
>>> 
>>>  compiling/linking:
>>> 	-c [ file1.c [ file2.c [ ... ] ] ]      ## compiles C files
>>> 	-C [ file1.cc [ file2.C [ ... ] ] ]     ## compiles C++ files
>>> 	-o modulename.so                        ## the name of the module
>>> 	-I include                              ## add -Iinclude to the
>>>compile
>>> 	-l lib                                  ## add -llib to the link
>>> 
>>>  installing:
>>> 	-o modulename.so                        ## the name of the module
>>> 	-i                                      ## install the object
>>> 
>>> 
>>> So I am pretty sure there is a bug here since the ­I
>>>/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin didn't make it to the g++ command.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> From: "Owens, Steve" <Steve.Owens@disney.com>
>>> Reply-To: "users@trafficserver.apache.org"
>>><users@trafficserver.apache.org>
>>> Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 12:09:56 -0800
>>> To: "users@trafficserver.apache.org" <users@trafficserver.apache.org>
>>> Subject: Questions about tsxs
>>> 
>>> I am experiencing some confusing behaviors trying to use tsxs and the
>>>documentation on this tool does not seem to be very complete.
>>> 
>>> Here is what I am trying to do in a nutshell.
>>> 
>>> I have plugin file that I want to build and I want to be able to
>>>include files from a different directory into the header file such that:
>>> 
>>> When I put in my JsonPTransformationHandler.h file
>>> #include <events/BaseEventHandler.h>
>>> #include <TransactionData.h>
>>> 
>>> 
>>> And I put this in my JsonPTransformationHandler.cc file:
>>> #include "JsonPTransformationHandler.h"
>>> #include <ApiMgmtUtil.h>
>>> 
>>> 
>>> I have tried executing the build tool with the following command lines
>>>to no avail:
>>> 
>>> tsxs -o libJsonPTransformationHandler.so -C
>>>JsonPTransformationHandler.cc -I/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin
>>> tsxs -o libJsonPTransformationHandler.so -C
>>>JsonPTransformationHandler.cc -I/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin/
>>> tsxs -o libJsonPTransformationHandler.so -C
>>>JsonPTransformationHandler.cc -I /home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin
>>> tsxs -o libJsonPTransformationHandler.so -C
>>>JsonPTransformationHandler.cc -I /home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin/
>>> 
>>> Yet in each and every case when the tool runs it renders the following
>>>error messages:
>>> JsonPTransformationHandler.h:13:37: error: events/BaseEventHandler.h:
>>>No such file or directory
>>> JsonPTransformationHandler.h:14:29: error: TransactionData.h: No such
>>>file or directory
>>> JsonPTransformationHandler.cc:9:25: error: ApiMgmtUtil.h: No such file
>>>or directory
>>> 
>>> Yet the following ls commands hold:
>>> [sowens@d4mftapp11 JsonPTransformationHandlerPlugin]$ ls -l
>>>/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin/TransactionData.h
>>> -rw-rw-r-- 1 sowens sowens 7736 Jan 18 11:22
>>>/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin/TransactionData.h
>>> [sowens@d4mftapp11 JsonPTransformationHandlerPlugin]$ ls -l
>>>/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin/ApiMgmtUtil.h
>>> -rw-rw-r-- 1 sowens sowens 20232 Jan 18 11:22
>>>/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin/ApiMgmtUtil.h
>>> [sowens@d4mftapp11 JsonPTransformationHandlerPlugin]$ ls -l
>>>/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin/events/BaseEventHandler.h
>>> -rw-rw-r-- 1 sowens sowens 1970 Jan 18 11:22
>>>/home/sowens/ApiMgmtPlugin/events/BaseEventHandler.h
>>> 
>>> 
>>> So the files are there but tsxs cannot fine them.  Furthermore other
>>>than the limited help provided by the ­h option on tsxs there is no
>>>examples in the ATS web documentation that talks about includes.  Does
>>>tsxs support include directories?
>>> 
>>
>

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