use strict;
use warnings;

use Getopt::Long;
use File::Spec;
use File::Compare qw( compare );
use File::Copy qw( copy );
use File::Basename qw( dirname );

use feature 'signatures';

my $rootdir = dirname($0);

unshift @INC, File::Spec->catdir($rootdir, qw(cpan ExtUtils-MakeMaker t lib));

eval q{ use MakeMaker::Test::Utils qw( which_perl ) };
$@ and die $@;

my %opt = (
  list   => File::Spec->catfile($rootdir, 'mkppport.lst'),
  clean  => 0,

unless ( GetOptions(\%opt, qw( clean list=s )) ) {
  require Pod::Usage;

my $absroot = File::Spec->rel2abs($rootdir);
my @destdirs = readlist($opt{list});

# Nothing to do...
unless (@destdirs) {
  print "no destination directories found in $opt{list}\n";
  exit 0;

# Remove all installed ppport.h files
if ($opt{clean}) {
  iterdirs( sub ($dir, $fulldir) {
    my $dest = File::Spec->catfile($fulldir, 'ppport.h');
    if (-f $dest) {
      print "removing ppport.h for $dir\n";
      unlink $dest or warn "WARNING: could not remove $dest: $!\n";
      1 while unlink $dest;  # remove any remaining versions
  } );
  exit 0;

# Determine full perl location
my $perl = which_perl();

# We're now changing the directory, which confuses the deferred
# loading in, so we better use an absolute @INC path
unshift @INC, File::Spec->catdir($absroot, 'lib');

# Change to Devel::PPPort directory, as it needs the stuff
# from the parts/ directory
chdir File::Spec->catdir($rootdir, 'dist', 'Devel-PPPort');

# Capture and remove temporary files
my @unlink;

  for my $file (@unlink) {
    print "removing temporary file $file\n";
    unlink $file or warn "WARNING: could not remove $file: $!\n";
    1 while unlink $file;  # remove any remaining versions

# Try to create a ppport.h if it doesn't exist yet, and
# remember all files that need to be removed later.
unless (-e 'ppport.h') {
  unless (-e '') {
    push @unlink, '';
  push @unlink, 'ppport.h';

# Now install the created ppport.h into extension directories
iterdirs( sub ($dir, $fulldir) {
  my $dest = File::Spec->catfile($fulldir, 'ppport.h');
  if (compare('ppport.h', $dest)) {
    print "installing ppport.h for $dir\n";
    copy('ppport.h', $dest) or die "copying ppport.h to $dest failed: $!\n";
  else {
    print "ppport.h in $dir is up-to-date\n";
} );

exit 0;

# Iterate through extension directories
sub iterdirs($code)
  for my $dir (@destdirs) {
    my $fulldir = File::Spec->catdir($absroot, $dir);
    if (-d $fulldir) {
      $code->($dir, $fulldir);
    else {
      warn "WARNING: no such directory: $fulldir\n";

# Read the list of extension directories
sub readlist($list)
  my @dirs;
  open LIST, $list or die "$list: $!\n";
  while (<LIST>) {
    /^\s*(?:$|#)/ or push @dirs, $_;
  close LIST;
  return @dirs;

# Runs a script in the Devel::PPPort directory
sub run
  my @args = ("-I" . File::Spec->catdir((File::Spec->updir) x 2, 'lib'), @_);
  my $run = $perl =~ m/\s/ ? qq("$perl") : $perl;
  for (@args) {
    $_ = qq("$_") if $^O eq 'VMS' && /^[^"]/;
    $run .= " $_";
  print "running $run\n";
  system $run and die "$run failed: $?\n";


=head1 NAME

mkppport - distribute ppport.h among extensions


mkppport [B<--list>=I<file>] [B<--clean>]


B<mkppport> generates a I<ppport.h> file using Devel::PPPort
and distributes it to the various extension directories that
need it to build.  On certain Win32 builds, this script is not
used and an alternative mechanism is used to create I<ppport.h>.

=head1 OPTIONS

=over 4

=item B<--list>=I<file>

Name of the file that holds the list of extension directories
that I<ppport.h> should be distributed to.
This defaults to I<mkppport.lst> in the same directory as this

=item B<--clean>

Run with this option to clean out all distributed I<ppport.h> files.



Copyright 2006 by Marcus Holland-Moritz <>.

This program is free software; you may redistribute it
and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.