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1#
2# This class contains functions for recipes that need QEMU or test for its
3# existence.
4#
5
6def qemu_target_binary(data):
7 target_arch = data.getVar("TARGET_ARCH", True)
8 if target_arch in ("i486", "i586", "i686"):
9 target_arch = "i386"
10 elif target_arch == "powerpc":
11 target_arch = "ppc"
12 elif target_arch == "powerpc64":
13 target_arch = "ppc64"
14
15 return "qemu-" + target_arch
16#
17# Next function will return a string containing the command that is needed to
18# to run a certain binary through qemu. For example, in order to make a certain
19# postinstall scriptlet run at do_rootfs time and running the postinstall is
20# architecture dependent, we can run it through qemu. For example, in the
21# postinstall scriptlet, we could use the following:
22#
23# ${@qemu_run_binary(d, '$D', '/usr/bin/test_app')} [test_app arguments]
24#
25def qemu_run_binary(data, rootfs_path, binary):
26 qemu_binary = qemu_target_binary(data)
27 if qemu_binary == "qemu-allarch":
28 qemu_binary = "qemuwrapper"
29
30 libdir = rootfs_path + data.getVar("libdir", False)
31 base_libdir = rootfs_path + data.getVar("base_libdir", False)
32
33 return "PSEUDO_UNLOAD=1 " + qemu_binary + " -L " + rootfs_path\
34 + " -E LD_LIBRARY_PATH=" + libdir + ":" + base_libdir + " "\
35 + rootfs_path + binary