Add-in development tools for fx-9860G and fx-CG 50, to use with GCC and gint.
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#! /bin/bash
#
# Output variables
#
# Path parameters
PREFIX="$HOME/.local"
# Individual component selection
BUILD_fxsdk=1
BUILD_fxconv=1
BUILD_fxg1a=1
#
# Tool name checking
#
check()
{
[[ $1 = "fxsdk" ]] ||
[[ $1 = "fxconv" ]] ||
[[ $1 = "fxg1a" ]]
}
#
# Usage
#
help()
{
cat << EOF
Configuration options for the fxSDK (fx9860g and fxcg50 development tools).
Tool selection:
<tool> may be one of the following:
"fxsdk" Command-line options (you generally want this)
"fxconv" Asset conversion for gint (or any 4-aligned-VRAM system)
"fxg1a" G1A file wrapper, editor and analyzer
--enable-<tool> Build and install the selected tool [default]
--disable-<tool> Do not build or install the selected tool
Install folders:
Executables will be installed in <prefix>/bin and runtime data in
<prefix>/share/fxsdk.
--prefix=<prefix> Base install folder [default $HOME/.local]
EOF
exit 0
}
#
# Argument parsing
#
for arg; do case "$arg" in
-h | -? | --help)
help;;
--prefix=*)
PREFIX=${arg#--prefix=};;
--enable-*)
tool="${arg#--enable-}"
if ! check $tool; then
echo "error: cannot enable $tool: unknown tool"
exit 1
fi
eval "BUILD_${tool}=1";;
--disable-*)
tool="${arg#--disable-}"
if ! check $tool; then
echo "error: cannot disable $tool: unknown tool"
exit 1
fi
eval "BUILD_${tool}=0";;
*)
echo "error: unrecognized option $arg"
exit 1;;
esac; done
#
# Makefile generation
#
gen()
{
# Allow an install script to change the destination at the last second
# to have all files in a separate root before packaging
echo "PREFIX ?= $PREFIX"
echo -n "TARGETS ="
[[ $BUILD_fxsdk = 1 ]] && echo -n " fxsdk"
[[ $BUILD_fxconv = 1 ]] && echo -n " fxconv"
[[ $BUILD_fxg1a = 1 ]] && echo -n " fxg1a"
echo ""
}
echo "Configuration complete, the following has been saved in Makefile.cfg:"
echo ""
gen | tee Makefile.cfg
echo ""
echo "You can now 'make'."