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#!/bin/sh
##===- utils/llvmdo - Counts Lines Of Code -------------------*- Script -*-===##
# 
#                     The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
#
# This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
# License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
# 
##===----------------------------------------------------------------------===##
#
# This script is a general purpose "apply" function for the source files in LLVM
# It uses "find" to locate all the source files and then applies the user's 
# command to them. As such, this command is often not used by itself much but
# the other find related tools (countloc.sh,llvmgrep,getsrcs.sh,userloc.sh) are
# all based on this script.  This script defines "what is a source file" in 
# LLVM and so should be maintained if new directories, new file extensions, 
# etc. are used in LLVM as it progresses.
#
# Usage:
#  llvmdo [-topdir DIR] [-dirs "DIRNAMES..."] [-code-only] PROGRAM ARGS...
#
# The -topdir option allows you to specify the llvm source root directly. If it
# is not specified then it will be obtained with llvm-config which must be built
# and in your path.
#
# The -dirs argument allows you to specify the set of directories that are 
# searched. The default list of directories searched is:
#   include lib tools utils runtime autoconf docs test examples projects
# Note that you must use quotes around the list of directory names. 
#
# The -code-only option specifies that only those files that are considered 
# "code" should be visited. HTML documentation is considered code, but things 
# like README files, etc. are not.
#
# Finally, you simply specify whatever program you want to run against each 
# file and the arguments to give it. The PROGRAM will be given the file name 
# as its last argument.
##===----------------------------------------------------------------------===##

if test $# -lt 1 ; then
  echo "Usage: llvmdo [-topdir DIR] [-dirs "DIRNAMES..."] [-code-only] PROGRAM ARGS..."
  exit 1
fi

if test "$1" = "-topdir" ; then
  TOPDIR="$2"
  shift; shift;
else
  TOPDIR=`llvm-config --src-root`
fi

if test "$1" = "-dirs" ; then
  LLVMDO_DIRS="$2"
  shift ; shift
elif test -z "$LLVMDO_DIRS" ; then
  LLVMDO_DIRS="include lib tools utils runtime autoconf docs test examples projects cmake"
fi

if test "$1" = "-code-only" ; then
  CODE_ONLY="set"
  shift
else
  CODE_ONLY=""
fi

if test "$1" = "" ; then
  echo "Missing program name to run"
  exit 1
fi

PROGRAM=`which $1`
if test ! -x "$PROGRAM" ; then
  echo "Can't execute $1"
  exit 1
fi
shift;

paths_to_ignore="\
  -path */.svn/ -o \
  -path */.svn/* -o \
  -path docs/doxygen/* -o \
  -path docs/CommandGuide/html/* -o \
  -path docs/CommandGuide/man/* -o \
  -path docs/CommandGuide/ps/* -o \
  -path docs/CommandGuide/man/* -o \
  -path docs/HistoricalNotes/* -o \
  -path docs/img/* -o \
  -path */.libs/* -o \
  -path lib/Support/bzip2/* -o \
  -path projects/llvm-test/* \
"
files_to_match="\
     -name *.ac \
  -o -name *.b \
  -o -name *.c \
  -o -name *.cc \
  -o -name *.cfg \
  -o -name *.cpp \
  -o -name *.css \
  -o -name *.def \
  -o -name *.el \
  -o -name *.exp \
  -o -name *.footer \
  -o -name *.gnuplot' \
  -o -name *.h \
  -o -name *.header \
  -o -name *.html \
  -o -name *.in \
  -o -name *.inc \
  -o -name *.intro \
  -o -name *.l \
  -o -name *.ll \
  -o -name *.lst \
  -o -name *.m4 \
  -o -name *.pod \
  -o -name *.pl \
  -o -name *.py \
  -o -name *.sh \
  -o -name *.schema \
  -o -name *.st \
  -o -name *.tcl \
  -o -name *.td \
  -o -name *.tr \
  -o -name *.y \
  -o -name Make* \
  -o -name *.cmake \
  -o -name llvmdo \
  -o -name llvmgrep \
  -o -name check-each-file \
  -o -name codgen-diff \
  -o -name llvm-native-gcc \
  -o -name llvm-native-gxx \
  -o -name makellvm \
  -o -path include/llvm/ADT/ilist \
  -o -path test/\*.ll \
  -o -path test/Scripts/not \
  -o -path runtime/\*.ll \
"
if test -z "$CODE_ONLY" ; then
  files_to_match="$files_to_match \
    -o -name *.txt \
    -o -name *.TXT \
    -o -name *.vim \
    -o -name vimrc \
    -o -name README \
    -o -name COPYING.LIB \
    -o -name LICENSE* "
fi
files_to_ignore="\
     -name \.* \
  -o -name *~ \
  -o -name #* \
  -o -name configure \
  -o -name slow.ll \
  -o -name *libtool* \
  -o -name ltdl* \
  -o -name ltdl.m4 \
  -o -name ltmain.m4 \
  -o -name ltmain.sh \
  -o -name aclocal.m4 \
  -o -name acinclude.m4 \
  -o -name *LoopSimplifyCrash.ll \
  -o -name *AST-Remove.ll \
  -o -name PPCPerfectShuffle.h \
"

if test -d "$TOPDIR" ; then
  cd $TOPDIR
  # Have to use the right "find" on a per-platform basis. Most platforms have
  # Gnu find as "find", but Solaris does not.
  case `uname -s` in
    SunOS) find_prog=gfind ;;
    *) find_prog=find ;;
  esac
  # Turn off file name generation (globbing) so that substitution of the
  # variables doesn't cause the shell to create lists of file names
  set -f
  $find_prog $LLVMDO_DIRS -type f \
    \( $paths_to_ignore \) -prune \
    -o \( \( $files_to_match \) \! \( $files_to_ignore \) \
    -exec $PROGRAM "$@" {} \; \)
else
  echo "Can't find LLVM top directory in $TOPDIR"
fi