Commit fb9da8e6 authored by Brad King's avatar Brad King
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Ninja: Pass preprocessor definitions when compiling with Intel Fortran

The Intel Fortran compiler supports an extension that allows conditional
compilation based on preprocessor definitions specified on the command
line even when not preprocessing.

Fixes: #19664
parent 711e1c3a
......@@ -8,6 +8,8 @@ set(CMAKE_Fortran_MODDIR_FLAG "-module ")
set(CMAKE_Fortran_FORMAT_FIXED_FLAG "-fixed")
set(CMAKE_Fortran_FORMAT_FREE_FLAG "-free")
set(CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILE_WITH_DEFINES 1)
set(CMAKE_Fortran_CREATE_PREPROCESSED_SOURCE "<CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER> <DEFINES> <INCLUDES> <FLAGS> -E <SOURCE> > <PREPROCESSED_SOURCE>")
set(CMAKE_Fortran_CREATE_ASSEMBLY_SOURCE "<CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER> <DEFINES> <INCLUDES> <FLAGS> -S <SOURCE> -o <ASSEMBLY_SOURCE>")
......
......@@ -108,6 +108,13 @@ bool cmNinjaTargetGenerator::UsePreprocessedSource(
return lang == "Fortran";
}
bool cmNinjaTargetGenerator::CompilePreprocessedSourceWithDefines(
std::string const& lang) const
{
return this->Makefile->IsOn(
cmStrCat("CMAKE_", lang, "_COMPILE_WITH_DEFINES"));
}
std::string cmNinjaTargetGenerator::LanguageDyndepRule(
const std::string& lang) const
{
......@@ -458,12 +465,14 @@ void cmNinjaTargetGenerator::WriteCompileRule(const std::string& lang)
vars.ObjectDir = "$OBJECT_DIR";
vars.ObjectFileDir = "$OBJECT_FILE_DIR";
cmMakefile* mf = this->GetMakefile();
// For some cases we do an explicit preprocessor invocation.
bool const explicitPP = this->NeedExplicitPreprocessing(lang);
bool const compilePPWithDefines = this->UsePreprocessedSource(lang) &&
this->CompilePreprocessedSourceWithDefines(lang);
bool const needDyndep = this->NeedDyndep(lang);
cmMakefile* mf = this->GetMakefile();
std::string flags = "$FLAGS";
std::string responseFlag;
......@@ -517,9 +526,14 @@ void cmNinjaTargetGenerator::WriteCompileRule(const std::string& lang)
// Preprocessing and compilation use the same flags.
std::string ppFlags = flags;
// Move preprocessor definitions to the preprocessor rule.
ppVars.Defines = vars.Defines;
vars.Defines = "";
if (!compilePPWithDefines) {
// Move preprocessor definitions to the preprocessor rule.
ppVars.Defines = vars.Defines;
vars.Defines = "";
} else {
// Copy preprocessor definitions to the preprocessor rule.
ppVars.Defines = vars.Defines;
}
// Copy include directories to the preprocessor rule. The Fortran
// compilation rule still needs them for the INCLUDE directive.
......@@ -1011,6 +1025,8 @@ void cmNinjaTargetGenerator::WriteObjectBuildStatement(
ppBuild.RspFile = ppFileName + ".rsp";
bool const compilePP = this->UsePreprocessedSource(language);
bool const compilePPWithDefines =
compilePP && this->CompilePreprocessedSourceWithDefines(language);
if (compilePP) {
// Move compilation dependencies to the preprocessing build statement.
std::swap(ppBuild.ExplicitDeps, objBuild.ExplicitDeps);
......@@ -1039,7 +1055,7 @@ void cmNinjaTargetGenerator::WriteObjectBuildStatement(
this->LocalGenerator->AppendFlags(vars["FLAGS"], postFlag);
}
if (compilePP) {
if (compilePP && !compilePPWithDefines) {
// Move preprocessor definitions to the preprocessor build statement.
std::swap(ppBuild.Variables["DEFINES"], vars["DEFINES"]);
} else {
......
......@@ -70,6 +70,7 @@ protected:
std::string LanguageDyndepRule(std::string const& lang) const;
bool NeedDyndep(std::string const& lang) const;
bool UsePreprocessedSource(std::string const& lang) const;
bool CompilePreprocessedSourceWithDefines(std::string const& lang) const;
std::string OrderDependsTargetForTarget();
......
......@@ -112,3 +112,11 @@ if("${CMAKE_GENERATOR}" MATCHES "Makefile" AND CMAKE_MAKE_PROGRAM)
)
endif()
endif()
# Test that with Intel Fortran we always compile with preprocessor
# defines even if splitting the preprocessing and compilation steps.
if(CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER_ID STREQUAL "Intel")
add_executable(IntelIfDef IntelIfDef.f)
set_property(TARGET IntelIfDef PROPERTY Fortran_FORMAT FIXED)
target_compile_definitions(IntelIfDef PRIVATE SOME_DEF)
endif()
INCLUDE 'IntelIfDef.inc'
PROGRAM IntelIfDef
END
CDEC$ IF .NOT. DEFINED(SOME_DEF)
CDEC$ INCLUDE 'SOME_DEF not defined'
CDEC$ END IF
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