[tor-dev] help with minimal Tor build for Shadow
rob.g.jansen at nrl.navy.mil
Tue Jul 22 13:40:09 UTC 2014
Let me try again more concisely:
Whats the most minimal (fastest) way to generate ‘orconfig.h' and 'or_sha1.i’ from a clean git clone of Tor master? Is there a make target for this?
On Jul 11, 2014, at 5:17 PM, Rob Jansen <rob.g.jansen at nrl.navy.mil> wrote:
> Shadow uses CMake and a custom build process to build the Tor source files into a shadow-plugin (using Clang/LLVM and a custom pass). However, because my CMake build file is not smart enough to know how to turn orconfig.h.in into orconfig.h, I still have to run Tor through autotools first (and then build again with Clang). I’m hoping to eliminate at least parts of the Tor configure/make build process.
> Shadow for sure needs orconfig.h to exist, and I presume ./autogen.sh and ./configure is the best way to generate that. Does anyone know of a faster approach? (I’d like to avoid adding the rules to my CMakeLists.txt file, as it will be hard to keep up with Tor’s upstream changes to its Makefile.in.)
> However, still missing after the configure is at least or_sha1.i, and possibly other files. Presumably these are generated when running make (after configure). My custom Clang build fails without them. Is there a special make target in Tor that generates these “helper” files without building the entire Tor binary? If not, should/can there be?
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