ncurses 6.1 - patch 20191005
[ncurses.git] / misc / run_tic.in
index 9cbb4eefa4e428757d78d59e398f2c9fcc6ae6ef..6d019decd9d51b63f0cfff7b2e875f817bbfd21a 100644 (file)
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 #!@SHELL@
-# $Id: run_tic.in,v 1.29 2010/10/23 20:49:04 tom Exp $
+# $Id: run_tic.in,v 1.36 2019/06/30 16:29:23 tom Exp $
 ##############################################################################
-# Copyright (c) 1998-2009,2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc.                #
+# Copyright (c) 1998-2017,2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc.                #
 #                                                                            #
 # Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a    #
 # copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), #
 # Assumes:
 #      The leaf directory names (lib, tabset, terminfo)
 #
-echo '** Building terminfo database, please wait...'
+echo "** Building terminfo database, please wait..."
 #
 # The script is designed to be run from the misc/Makefile as
 #      make install.data
 
-: ${suffix:=@PROG_EXT@}
+: ${suffix:=@EXEEXT@}
 : ${DESTDIR:=@DESTDIR@}
 : ${prefix:=@prefix@}
 : ${exec_prefix:=@exec_prefix@}
 : ${bindir:=@bindir@}
 : ${top_srcdir:=@top_srcdir@}
 : ${srcdir:=@srcdir@}
+: ${datarootdir:=@datarootdir@}
 : ${datadir:=@datadir@}
-: ${TIC_PATH:=@TIC_PATH@}
+: ${TIC_PATH:=@TIC@}
 : ${ticdir:=@TERMINFO@}
 : ${source:=@TERMINFO_SRC@}
 : ${LN_S:="@LN_S@"}
@@ -66,19 +67,24 @@ then
        if test -f ../progs/tic$suffix
        then
                case "$PATH" in
-               @PATH_SEPARATOR@*)
-                       PATH=../progs@PATH_SEPARATOR@../lib@PATH_SEPARATOR@${DESTDIR}$bindir$PATH
+               \@PATH_SEPARATOR@*)
+                       PATH="../progs@PATH_SEPARATOR@../lib@PATH_SEPARATOR@${DESTDIR}$bindir$PATH"
                        ;;
                *)
-                       PATH=../progs@PATH_SEPARATOR@../lib@PATH_SEPARATOR@${DESTDIR}$bindir@PATH_SEPARATOR@$PATH
+                       PATH="../progs@PATH_SEPARATOR@../lib@PATH_SEPARATOR@${DESTDIR}$bindir@PATH_SEPARATOR@$PATH"
                        ;;
                esac
                export PATH
-               SHLIB="sh $srcdir/shlib"
-               TIC_PATH="$SHLIB tic"
+               if test @DFT_LWR_MODEL@ = shared
+               then
+                       SHLIB="sh $srcdir/shlib"
+                       TIC_PATH="$SHLIB tic"
+               else
+                       TIC_PATH="tic"
+               fi
        elif test "$TIC_PATH" = unknown
        then
-               echo '? no tic program found'
+               echo "? no tic program found"
                exit 1
        fi
 else
@@ -99,17 +105,32 @@ SHLIB_HOST=@host_os@
 export SHLIB_HOST
 
 # don't use user's TERMINFO variable
-TERMINFO=${DESTDIR}$ticdir ; export TERMINFO
+unset TERMINFO_DIRS
+TERMINFO="${DESTDIR}$ticdir" ; export TERMINFO
 umask 022
 
 # Construct the name of the old (obsolete) pathname, e.g., /usr/lib/terminfo.
-TICDIR=`echo $TERMINFO | sed -e 's%/share/\([^/]*\)$%/lib/\1%'`
+TICDIR=`echo "$TERMINFO" | sed -e 's%/share/\([^/]*\)$%/lib/\1%'`
+
+# Parent directory may not exist, which would confuse the install for hashed
+# database.  Fix.
+PARENT=`echo "$TERMINFO" | sed -e 's%/[^/]*$%%'`
+if test -n "$PARENT"
+then
+       test -d $PARENT || mkdir -p $PARENT
+fi
 
 # Remove the old terminfo stuff; we don't care if it existed before, and it
 # would generate a lot of confusing error messages if we tried to overwrite it.
 # We explicitly remove its contents rather than the directory itself, in case
 # the directory is actually a symbolic link.
-( test -d "$TERMINFO" && cd $TERMINFO && rm -fr ? 2>/dev/null )
+if test -d "$TERMINFO"
+then
+       ( cd "$TERMINFO" && rm -fr ? 2>/dev/null )
+elif test -f "$TERMINFO.db"
+then
+       ( rm -f "$TERMINFO.db" 2>/dev/null )
+fi
 
 if test "$ext_funcs" = 1 ; then
 cat <<EOF
@@ -123,11 +144,11 @@ Running $TIC_PATH to install $TERMINFO ...
        document, and install the terminfo without the -x option.
 
 EOF
-if ( $TIC_PATH -x -s -o $TERMINFO $source )
+if ( $TIC_PATH -x -s -o "$TERMINFO" $source )
 then
-       echo '** built new '$TERMINFO
+       echo "** built new $TERMINFO"
 else
-       echo '? tic could not build '$TERMINFO
+       echo "? tic could not build $TERMINFO"
        exit 1
 fi
 else
@@ -142,11 +163,11 @@ Running $TIC_PATH to install $TERMINFO ...
        document, and install the terminfo without the -x option.
 
 EOF
-if ( $TIC_PATH -s -o $TERMINFO $source )
+if ( $TIC_PATH -s -o "$TERMINFO" $source )
 then
-       echo '** built new '$TERMINFO
+       echo "** built new $TERMINFO"
 else
-       echo '? tic could not build '$TERMINFO
+       echo "? tic could not build $TERMINFO"
        exit 1
 fi
 fi
@@ -156,12 +177,12 @@ fi
 # all systems support symbolic links, and those that do provide a variety
 # of options for 'test'.
 if test "$TICDIR" != "$TERMINFO" ; then
-       ( rm -f $TICDIR 2>/dev/null )
-       if ( cd $TICDIR 2>/dev/null )
+       ( rm -f "$TICDIR" 2>/dev/null )
+       if ( cd "$TICDIR" 2>/dev/null )
        then
-               cd $TICDIR
+               cd "$TICDIR"
                TICDIR=`pwd`
-               if test $TICDIR != $TERMINFO ; then
+               if test "$TICDIR "!= "$TERMINFO "; then
                        # Well, we tried.  Some systems lie to us, so the
                        # installer will have to double-check.
                        echo "Verify if $TICDIR and $TERMINFO are the same."
@@ -176,11 +197,11 @@ if test "$TICDIR" != "$TERMINFO" ; then
                if test "$RELATIVE" != "$ticdir" ; then
                        RELATIVE=../`echo $ticdir|sed -e 's%^'$prefix'/%%' -e 's%^/%%'`
                fi
-               if ( @LN_S@ $RELATIVE $TICDIR )
+               if ( @LN_S@ "$RELATIVE" "$TICDIR" )
                then
-                       echo '** sym-linked '$TICDIR' for compatibility'
+                       echo "** sym-linked $TICDIR for compatibility"
                else
-                       echo '** could not sym-link '$TICDIR' for compatibility'
+                       echo "** could not sym-link $TICDIR for compatibility"
                fi
        fi
 fi