[lfs-patches] r3409 - in trunk: libxcb xcb-proto

igor at higgs.linuxfromscratch.org igor at higgs.linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Jun 14 00:57:32 PDT 2016


Author: igor
Date: Tue Jun 14 00:57:32 2016
New Revision: 3409

Log:
fix xcb-proto and libxcb build with python3

Added:
   trunk/libxcb/libxcb-1.12-python3-1.patch
   trunk/xcb-proto/xcb-proto-1.12-python3-1.patch

Added: trunk/libxcb/libxcb-1.12-python3-1.patch
==============================================================================
--- /dev/null	00:00:00 1970	(empty, because file is newly added)
+++ trunk/libxcb/libxcb-1.12-python3-1.patch	Tue Jun 14 00:57:32 2016	(r3409)
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+Submitted By:            Igor Živković
+Date:                    2016-06-14
+Initial Package Version: 1.12
+Upstream Status:         Fixed
+Origin:                  Upstream
+Description:
+
+  https://cgit.freedesktop.org/xcb/libxcb/commit/?id=8740a288ca468433141341347aa115b9544891d3
+
+--- libxcb-1.12.orig/src/c_client.py
++++ libxcb-1.12/src/c_client.py
+@@ -1364,7 +1364,7 @@
+             _c('    unsigned int xcb_align_to = 0;')
+         if self.is_switch:
+             _c('    unsigned int xcb_padding_offset = %d;',
+-	       self.get_align_offset() )
++               self.get_align_offset() )
+         prefix = [('_aux', '->', self)]
+         aux_ptr = 'xcb_out'
+ 
+@@ -1390,7 +1390,7 @@
+         _c('    unsigned int xcb_align_to = 0;')
+         if self.is_switch:
+             _c('    unsigned int xcb_padding_offset = %d;',
+-	       self.get_align_offset() )
++               self.get_align_offset() )
+ 
+     elif 'sizeof' == context:
+         param_names = [p[2] for p in params]
+@@ -1930,14 +1930,14 @@
+                     # from the request size and divide that by the member size
+                     return '(((R->length * 4) - sizeof('+ self.c_type + '))/'+'sizeof('+field.type.member.c_wiretype+'))'
+                 else:
+-		    # use the accessor to get the start of the list, then
+-		    # compute the length of it by subtracting it from
++                    # use the accessor to get the start of the list, then
++                    # compute the length of it by subtracting it from
+                     # the adress of the first byte after the end of the
+                     # request
+-		    after_end_of_request = '(((char*)R) + R->length * 4)'
+-		    start_of_list = '%s(R)' % (field.c_accessor_name)
++                    after_end_of_request = '(((char*)R) + R->length * 4)'
++                    start_of_list = '%s(R)' % (field.c_accessor_name)
+                     bytesize_of_list = '%s - (char*)(%s)' % (after_end_of_request, start_of_list)
+-		    return '(%s) / sizeof(%s)' % (bytesize_of_list, field.type.member.c_wiretype)
++                    return '(%s) / sizeof(%s)' % (bytesize_of_list, field.type.member.c_wiretype)
+             else:
+                 raise Exception(
+                     "lengthless lists with varsized members are not supported. Fieldname '%s'"

Added: trunk/xcb-proto/xcb-proto-1.12-python3-1.patch
==============================================================================
--- /dev/null	00:00:00 1970	(empty, because file is newly added)
+++ trunk/xcb-proto/xcb-proto-1.12-python3-1.patch	Tue Jun 14 00:57:32 2016	(r3409)
@@ -0,0 +1,256 @@
+Submitted By:            Igor Živković
+Date:                    2016-06-14
+Initial Package Version: 1.12
+Upstream Status:         Fixed
+Origin:                  Upstream
+Description:
+
+  https://cgit.freedesktop.org/xcb/proto/commit/?id=ea7a3ac6c658164690e0febb55f4467cb9e0bcac
+  https://cgit.freedesktop.org/xcb/proto/commit/?id=bea5e1c85bdc0950913790364e18228f20395a3d
+
+--- xcb-proto-1.12.orig/xcbgen/align.py
++++ xcb-proto-1.12/xcbgen/align.py
+@@ -16,12 +16,12 @@
+         return self.align == other.align and self.offset == other.offset
+ 
+     def __str__(self):
+-	return "(align=%d, offset=%d)" % (self.align, self.offset)
++        return "(align=%d, offset=%d)" % (self.align, self.offset)
+ 
+     @staticmethod
+     def for_primitive_type(size):
+-	# compute the required start_alignment based on the size of the type
+-	if size % 8 == 0:
++        # compute the required start_alignment based on the size of the type
++        if size % 8 == 0:
+             # do 8-byte primitives require 8-byte alignment in X11?
+             return Alignment(8,0)
+         elif size % 4 == 0:
+@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
+ 
+ 
+     def align_after_fixed_size(self, size):
+-	new_offset = (self.offset + size) % self.align
++        new_offset = (self.offset + size) % self.align
+         return Alignment(self.align, new_offset)
+ 
+ 
+@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
+         '''
+         Assuming the given external_align, checks whether
+         self is fulfilled for all cases.
+-	Returns True if yes, False otherwise.
++        Returns True if yes, False otherwise.
+         '''
+         if self.align == 1 and self.offset == 0:
+             # alignment 1 with offset 0 is always fulfilled
+@@ -55,9 +55,9 @@
+             # the external align guarantees less alignment -> not guaranteed
+             return False
+ 
+-	if external_align.align % self.align != 0:
++        if external_align.align % self.align != 0:
+             # the external align cannot be divided by our align
+-	    # -> not guaranteed
++            # -> not guaranteed
+             # (this can only happen if there are alignments that are not
+             # a power of 2, which is highly discouraged. But better be
+             # safe and check for it)
+@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@
+ 
+     def combine_with(self, other):
+         # returns the alignment that is guaranteed when
+-	# both, self or other, can happen
++        # both, self or other, can happen
+         new_align = gcd(self.align, other.align)
+         new_offset_candidate1 = self.offset % new_align
+         new_offset_candidate2 = other.offset % new_align
+@@ -83,8 +83,8 @@
+             new_align = gcd(new_align, offset_diff)
+             new_offset_candidate1 = self.offset % new_align
+             new_offset_candidate2 = other.offset % new_align
+-	    assert new_offset_candidate1 == new_offset_candidate2
+-	    new_offset = new_offset_candidate1
++            assert new_offset_candidate1 == new_offset_candidate2
++            new_offset = new_offset_candidate1
+         # return the result
+         return Alignment(new_align, new_offset)
+ 
+@@ -92,44 +92,44 @@
+ class AlignmentLog(object):
+ 
+     def __init__(self):
+-	self.ok_list = []
+-	self.fail_list = []
+-	self.verbosity = 1
++        self.ok_list = []
++        self.fail_list = []
++        self.verbosity = 1
+ 
+     def __str__(self):
+-	result = ""
++        result = ""
+ 
+-	# output the OK-list
+-	for (align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, align_after) in self.ok_list:
+-	    stacksize = len(callstack)
++        # output the OK-list
++        for (align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, align_after) in self.ok_list:
++            stacksize = len(callstack)
+             indent = '  ' * stacksize
+-	    if self.ok_callstack_is_relevant(callstack):
++            if self.ok_callstack_is_relevant(callstack):
+                 if field_name is None or field_name == "":
+-	            result += ("    %sok: %s:\n\t%sbefore: %s, after: %s\n"
+-		        % (indent, str(type_obj), indent, str(align_before), str(align_after)))
+-	        else:
+-		    result += ("    %sok: field \"%s\" in %s:\n\t%sbefore: %s, after: %s\n"
+-		        % (indent, str(field_name), str(type_obj),
+-		           indent, str(align_before), str(align_after)))
++                    result += ("    %sok: %s:\n\t%sbefore: %s, after: %s\n"
++                        % (indent, str(type_obj), indent, str(align_before), str(align_after)))
++                else:
++                    result += ("    %sok: field \"%s\" in %s:\n\t%sbefore: %s, after: %s\n"
++                        % (indent, str(field_name), str(type_obj),
++                           indent, str(align_before), str(align_after)))
+                 if self.verbosity >= 1:
+-		    result += self.callstack_to_str(indent, callstack)
++                    result += self.callstack_to_str(indent, callstack)
+ 
+-	# output the fail-list
+-	for (align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, reason) in self.fail_list:
+-	    stacksize = len(callstack)
++        # output the fail-list
++        for (align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, reason) in self.fail_list:
++            stacksize = len(callstack)
+             indent = '  ' * stacksize
+-	    if field_name is None or field_name == "":
+-	        result += ("    %sfail: align %s is incompatible with\n\t%s%s\n\t%sReason: %s\n"
+-		    % (indent, str(align_before), indent, str(type_obj), indent, reason))
+-	    else:
+-		result += ("    %sfail: align %s is incompatible with\n\t%sfield \"%s\" in %s\n\t%sReason: %s\n"
+-		    % (indent, str(align_before), indent, str(field_name), str(type_obj), indent, reason))
++            if field_name is None or field_name == "":
++                result += ("    %sfail: align %s is incompatible with\n\t%s%s\n\t%sReason: %s\n"
++                    % (indent, str(align_before), indent, str(type_obj), indent, reason))
++            else:
++                result += ("    %sfail: align %s is incompatible with\n\t%sfield \"%s\" in %s\n\t%sReason: %s\n"
++                    % (indent, str(align_before), indent, str(field_name), str(type_obj), indent, reason))
+ 
+             if self.verbosity >= 1:
+-	        result += self.callstack_to_str(indent, callstack)
++                result += self.callstack_to_str(indent, callstack)
+ 
+ 
+-	return result
++        return result
+ 
+ 
+     def callstack_to_str(self, indent, callstack):
+@@ -137,41 +137,41 @@
+         for stack_elem in callstack:
+             result += "\t  %s%s\n" % (indent, str(stack_elem))
+         result += "\t%s]\n" % indent
+-	return result
++        return result
+ 
+ 
+     def ok_callstack_is_relevant(self, ok_callstack):
+         # determine whether an ok callstack is relevant for logging
+-	if self.verbosity >= 2:
+-	    return True
++        if self.verbosity >= 2:
++            return True
+ 
+         # empty callstacks are always relevant
+-	if len(ok_callstack) == 0:
++        if len(ok_callstack) == 0:
+             return True
+ 
+-	# check whether the ok_callstack is a subset or equal to a fail_callstack
++        # check whether the ok_callstack is a subset or equal to a fail_callstack
+         for (align_before, field_name, type_obj, fail_callstack, reason) in self.fail_list:
+             if len(ok_callstack) <= len(fail_callstack):
+                 zipped = zip(ok_callstack, fail_callstack[:len(ok_callstack)])
+-		is_subset = all([i == j for i, j in zipped])
+-		if is_subset:
++                is_subset = all([i == j for i, j in zipped])
++                if is_subset:
+                     return True
+ 
+         return False
+ 
+ 
+     def ok(self, align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, align_after):
+-	self.ok_list.append((align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, align_after))
++        self.ok_list.append((align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, align_after))
+ 
+     def fail(self, align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, reason):
+-	self.fail_list.append((align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, reason))
++        self.fail_list.append((align_before, field_name, type_obj, callstack, reason))
+ 
+     def append(self, other):
+-	self.ok_list.extend(other.ok_list)
+-	self.fail_list.extend(other.fail_list)
++        self.ok_list.extend(other.ok_list)
++        self.fail_list.extend(other.fail_list)
+ 
+     def ok_count(self):
+-	return len(self.ok_list)
++        return len(self.ok_list)
+ 
+ 
+ 
+--- xcb-proto-1.12.orig/xcbgen/xtypes.py
++++ xcb-proto-1.12/xcbgen/xtypes.py
+@@ -501,7 +501,7 @@
+                 int(required_start_align_element.get('align', "4"), 0),
+                 int(required_start_align_element.get('offset', "0"), 0))
+             if verbose_align_log:
+-                print "Explicit start-align for %s: %s\n" % (self, self.required_start_align)
++                print ("Explicit start-align for %s: %s\n" % (self, self.required_start_align))
+ 
+     def resolve(self, module):
+         if self.resolved:
+@@ -592,7 +592,7 @@
+                 if verbose_align_log:
+                     print ("calc_required_start_align: %s has start-align %s"
+                         % (str(self), str(self.required_start_align)))
+-                    print "Details:\n" + str(log)
++                    print ("Details:\n" + str(log))
+                 if self.required_start_align.offset != 0:
+                     print (("WARNING: %s\n\thas start-align with non-zero offset: %s"
+                         + "\n\tsuggest to add explicit definition with:"
+@@ -619,12 +619,12 @@
+             for offset in range(0,align):
+                 align_candidate = Alignment(align, offset)
+                 if verbose_align_log:
+-                    print "trying %s for %s" % (str(align_candidate), str(self))
++                    print ("trying %s for %s" % (str(align_candidate), str(self)))
+                 my_log = AlignmentLog()
+                 if self.is_possible_start_align(align_candidate, callstack, my_log):
+                     log.append(my_log)
+                     if verbose_align_log:
+-                        print "found start-align %s for %s" % (str(align_candidate), str(self))
++                        print ("found start-align %s for %s" % (str(align_candidate), str(self)))
+                     return align_candidate
+                 else:
+                     my_ok_count = my_log.ok_count()
+@@ -641,7 +641,7 @@
+         # none of the candidates applies
+         # this type has illegal internal aligns for all possible start_aligns
+         if verbose_align_log:
+-            print "didn't find start-align for %s" % str(self)
++            print ("didn't find start-align for %s" % str(self))
+         log.append(best_log)
+         return None
+ 
+@@ -900,7 +900,7 @@
+     # aux function for unchecked_get_alignment_after
+     def get_align_for_selected_case_field(self, case_field, start_align, callstack, log):
+         if verbose_align_log:
+-            print "get_align_for_selected_case_field: %s, case_field = %s" % (str(self), str(case_field))
++            print ("get_align_for_selected_case_field: %s, case_field = %s" % (str(self), str(case_field)))
+         total_align = start_align
+         for field in self.bitcases:
+             my_callstack = callstack[:]


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