# Copyright 1999-2019 Gentoo Authors
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2

# EAPI Version


# Version Data
GITDATE="20161216"			# Date of diff between kernel.org and lmo GIT
GENPATCHREV="2"				# Tarball revision for patches

# Directories

# Kernel-2 Vars

# Inherit Eclasses
inherit kernel-2 eutils eapi7-ver

# Version Data
BASE_KV="$(ver_cut 1-2).0"
[[ "${EXTRAVERSION}" = -rc* ]] && KVE="${EXTRAVERSION}"

# Portage Vars
HOMEPAGE="https://www.linux-mips.org/ https://www.gentoo.org/"
KEYWORDS="-* ~mips"
IUSE="experimental ip27 ip28 ip30"

# Specify any patches or patch familes to NOT apply here.
# Use only the 4-digit number followed by a '*'.

# Machine Support Control Variables
DO_IP22="test"				# If "yes", enable IP22 support		(SGI Indy, Indigo2 R4x00)
DO_IP27="yes"				# 		   IP27 support		(SGI Origin)
DO_IP28="test"				# 		   IP28 support		(SGI Indigo2 Impact R10000)
DO_IP30="yes"				# 		   IP30 support		(SGI Octane)
DO_IP32="yes"				# 		   IP32 support		(SGI O2, R5000/RM5200 Only)

# Machine Stable Version Variables
SV_IP22=""				# If set && DO_IP22 == "no", indicates last "good" IP22 version
SV_IP27=""				# 	    DO_IP27 == "no", 			   IP27
SV_IP28=""				# 	    DO_IP28 == "no", 			   IP28
SV_IP30=""				# 	    DO_IP30 == "no", 			   IP30
SV_IP32=""				# 	    DO_IP32 == "no", 			   IP32

DESCRIPTION="Linux-Mips GIT sources for MIPS-based machines, dated ${GITDATE}"



err_disabled_mach() {
	# Get args
	local m_name="${1}"
	local m_abbr="${2}"
	local m_use="${3}"
	local is_test="${4}"

	# Get stable version, if exists
	local stable_ver="SV_${m_abbr}"

	# See if this machine needs a USE passed or skip dying
	local has_use
	[ ! -z "${m_use}" -a "${m_use}" != "skip" ] && has_use="USE=\"${m_use}\" "

	# Print error && (maybe) die
	echo -e ""
	if [ "${is_test}" != "test" ]; then
		eerror "${m_name} Support has been disabled in this ebuild"
		eerror "revision.  If you wish to merge ${m_name} sources, then"
		eerror "run ${has_use}emerge =mips-sources-${stable_ver}"
		[ "${m_use}" != "skip" ] && die "${m_name} Support disabled."
		ewarn "${m_name} Support has been marked as needing testing in this"
		ewarn "ebuild revision.  This usually means that any patches to support"
		ewarn "${m_name} have been forward ported and maybe even compile-tested,"
		ewarn "but not yet booted on real hardware, possibly due to a lack of access"
		ewarn "to such hardware.  If you happen to boot this kernel and have no"
		ewarn "problems at all, then please inform the maintainer.  Otherwise, if"
		ewarn "experience a bug, an oops/panic, or some other oddity, then please"
		ewarn "file a bug at bugs.gentoo.org, and assign it to the mips team."

	return 0

err_only_one_mach_allowed() {
	echo -e ""
	eerror "A patchset for a specific machine-type has already been selected."
	eerror "No other patches for machines-types are permitted.  You will need a"
	eerror "separate copy of the kernel sources for each different machine-type"
	eerror "you want to build a kernel for."
	die "Only one machine-type patchset allowed"

pkg_postinst() {
	# Symlink /usr/src/linux as appropriate
	local my_ksrc="${S##*/}"
	for x in {ip27,ip28,ip30}; do
		use ${x} && my_ksrc="${my_ksrc}.${x}"

	if [ ! -e "${ROOT}usr/src/linux" ]; then
		rm -f "${ROOT}usr/src/linux"
		ln -sf "${my_ksrc}" "${ROOT}/usr/src/linux"

pkg_setup() {
	local arch_is_selected="no"
	local m_ip m_enable m_name

	# Exclusive machine patchsets
	# These are not allowed to be mixed together, thus only one of them may be applied
	# to a tree per merge.
	for x in									\
		"ip27 SGI Origin 200/2000"						\
		"ip28 SGI Indigo2 Impact R10000"					\
		"ip30 SGI Octane"
		set -- ${x}		# Set positional params
		m_ip="${1}"		# Grab the first param (HW IP for SGI)
		shift			# Shift the positions
		m_name="${*}"		# Get the rest (Name)

		if use ${m_ip}; then
			# Fetch the value indiciating if the machine is enabled or not

			# Make sure only one of these exclusive machine patches is selected
			[ "${arch_is_selected}" = "no" ]				\
				&& arch_is_selected="yes"				\
				|| err_only_one_mach_allowed

			# Is the machine support disabled or marked as needing testing?
			[ "${m_enable}" = "test" ]					\
				&& err_disabled_mach "${m_name}" "${m_ip/ip/IP}" "${m_ip}" "test"
			[ "${m_enable}" = "no" ]					\
				&& err_disabled_mach "${m_name}" "${m_ip/ip/IP}" "${m_ip}"

			# Show relevant information about the machine

	# All other systems that don't have a USE flag go here
	# These systems have base-line support included in linux-mips git, so
	# instead of failing, if disabled, we simply warn the user
	if [ "${arch_is_selected}" = "no" ]; then
		[ "${DO_IP22}" = "no" ]							\
			&& err_disabled_mach "SGI Indy/Indigo2 R4x00" "IP22" "skip"	\
			|| show_ip22_info
		[ "${DO_IP32}" = "no" ]							\
			&& err_disabled_mach "SGI O2" "IP32" "skip"			\
			|| show_ip32_info


show_ip22_info() {
	echo -e ""
	einfo "IP22 systems with an R5000 processor should work with this release."
	einfo "The R4x00 series of processors tend to be rather flaky, especially the"
	einfo "R4600.  If you have to run an R4x00 processor, then try to use an R4400."
	einfo ""
	einfo "Some Notes:"
	einfo "\t- Supported graphics card right now is Newport (XL)."
	einfo "\t- A driver for Extreme (XZ) does not exist at present."
	echo -e ""

show_ip27_info() {
	echo -e ""
	ewarn "Heavy disk I/O on recent kernels may randomly trigger a VM_BUG_ON_PAGE()"
	ewarn "in move_freepages() in mm/page_alloc.c.  The exact trigger cause is"
	ewarn "unknown at this time.  Please report any oops messages from this"
	ewarn "bug to bugs.gentoo.org (assign to mips@gentoo.org)"
	echo -e ""

show_ip28_info() {
	echo -e ""
	einfo "Support for the Indigo2 Impact R10000 is now in the mainline kernel.  However,"
	einfo "due to the R10000 Speculative Execution issue that exists with this machine,"
	einfo "nothing is guaranteed to work correctly.  Consider enabling ${HILITE}CONFIG_KALLSYMS${NORMAL}"
	einfo "in your kernel so that if the machine Oopes, you'll be able to provide valuable"
	einfo "feedback that can be used to trace down the crash."
	echo -e ""

show_ip30_info() {
	echo -e ""
	eerror "Things that DON'T work:"
	eerror "\t- Do not use CONFIG_SLUB, otherwise, you'll get errors when booting"
	eerror "\t\040\040regarding duplicate /sys/kernel/slab/* entries in sysfs."
	eerror "\t- Impact (MGRAS) Xorg driver no longer functions due to severe bitrot."
	eerror "\t- Octane is limited to a maximum of 2GB of memory right now due to a"
	eerror "\t\040\040hardware quirk in the BRIDGE PCI chip that limits BRIDGE DMA"
	eerror "\t\040\040addresses to 31-bits when converted into physical addresses."
	eerror "\t\040\040Patches that attempt to fix the issue are highly welcome."
	echo -e ""
	ewarn "Things that might work, but have problems, or are unknown:"
	ewarn "\t- CONFIG_TRANSPARENT_HUGEPAGE should work now, but there may still be"
	ewarn "\t\040\040intermittent issues.  Additionally, CONFIG_HUGETLBFS must also be"
	ewarn "\t\040\040selected for hugepages to work.  If use of this feature continues"
	ewarn "\t\040\040to trigger random Instruction Bus Errors (IBEs), then it is best to"
	ewarn "\t\040\040disable the functionality and perform a cold reset of the machine"
	ewarn "\t\040\040after powering it down for at least 30 seconds."
	ewarn "\t- Serial support on the Octane uses a very basic UART driver that drives"
	ewarn "\t\040\040the 16550A chip on the IOC3 directly.  It does not use interrupts,"
	ewarn "\t\040\040only a polling routine on a timer, which makes it slow and CPU-"
	ewarn "\t\040\040intensive.  The baud rate is limited to no more than 38.4kbps on"
	ewarn "\t\040\040this driver.  Patches for getting the Altix IOC3 serial driver to"
	ewarn "\t\040\040work (which uses DMA and supports faster baud rates) are welcome."
	ewarn "\t- UHCI Cards are known to have issues, but should still function."
	ewarn "\t\040\040This issue primarily manifests itself when using pl2303 USB->Serial"
	ewarn "\t\040\040adapters."
	ewarn "\t- MENET boards appear to have the four ethernet ports detected, however"
	ewarn "\t\040\040the six serial ports don't appear to get picked up by the IOC3"
	ewarn "\t\040\040UART driver.  The NIC part number is also not read correctly"
	ewarn "\t\040\040from the four Number-In-a-Cans.  Additional testing would be"
	ewarn "\t\040\040appreciated and patches welcome."
	ewarn "\t- Other XIO-based devices, like various Impact addons, remain untested"
	ewarn "\t\040\040and are not guaranteed to work.  This applies to various digital"
	ewarn "\t\040\040video conversion boards as well."
	echo -e ""
	einfo "Things that DO work:"
	einfo "\t- SMP works again, celebrate!"
	einfo "\t- Impact (MGRAS) console only."
	einfo "\t- VPro (Odyssey) console only (no X driver exists yet)."
	einfo "\t- PCI Card Cages should work for many devices, except certain types like"
	einfo "\t\040\040PCI-to-PCI bridges (USB hubs, USB flash card readers for example)."
	einfo "\t- SCSI, RTC, basic PCI, IOC3 Ethernet, keyboard, and mouse.  Please"
	einfo "\t\040\040report any problems with these devices."
	echo -e ""

show_ip32_info() {
	echo -e ""
	einfo "IP32 systems function well, however there are some notes:"
	einfo "\t- A sound driver now exists for IP32.  Celebrate!"
	einfo "\t- Framebuffer console is limited to 4MB.  Anything greater"
	einfo "\t\040\040specified when building the kernel will likely oops"
	einfo "\t\040\040or panic the kernel."
	einfo "\t- X support is limited to the generic fbdev driver.  No X"
	einfo "\t\040\040gbefb driver exists for O2 yet.  Feel free to submit"
	einfo "\t\040\040patches!"
	echo -e ""

	einfo "To Build 64bit kernels for SGI O2 (IP32) or SGI Indy/Indigo2 R4x00 (IP22)"
	einfo "systems, you need to use the ${GOOD}vmlinux.32${NORMAL} make target."
	einfo "Once done, boot the ${GOOD}vmlinux.32${NORMAL} file (NOT vmlinux)."

src_unpack() {
	# Unpack the kernel sources, update to the latest rev (if needed),
	# and apply the latest patch from linux-mips git.

	# Unpack the mips-sources patchset to ${WORKDIR}/mips-patches-${BASE_KV}.
	echo -e ""
	cd "${WORKDIR}"
	unpack "${PN}-${BASE_KV}-patches-v${GENPATCHREV}.tar.xz"

	# Create a new folder called  'patch-symlinks' and create symlinks to
	# all mips-patches in there.  If we want to exclude a patch, we'll
	# just delete the symlink instead of the actual patch.
	local psym="patch-symlinks"
	mkdir "${psym}"
	cd "${psym}"
	for x in ../mips-patches-${BASE_KV}/*.patch; do
		ln -s "${x}" "${x##../mips-patches-*/}"

	# With symlinks created, setup the variables referencing external
	# machine patches and if a machine USE flag is enabled, then unset
	# its corresponding variable.
	# See 0000_README for the patch numbers and their meanings.
	local p_generic="51*"
	local p_ip27="52*" p_ip28="53*" p_ip30="54*"
	local p_xp="80*"
	use ip27 && unset p_generic p_ip27
	use ip28 && unset p_ip28
	use ip30 && unset p_generic p_ip30
	use experimental && unset p_xp

	# Remove symlinks for any patches that we don't want applied.  We
	# do this by looping through all the above variables, and deleting
	# matching symlinks that point to the corresponding patches.
	# The remaining symlinks will be applied to the kernel source.
	# $P_EXCLUDE is a new var that can be set in an ebuild to exclude
	# specific patches by wildcarding the patch number.
	local patchlist="${p_generic} ${p_ip27} ${p_ip28} ${p_ip30} ${p_xp} ${P_EXCLUDE}"
	for x in $patchlist;
		do rm -f "./${x}"

	# Rename the source tree to match the linux-mips git checkout date and
	# machine type.
	local fkv="${F_KV%-*}"
	local v="${fkv}-${GITDATE}"
	for x in {ip27,ip28,ip30}; do
		use ${x} && v="${v}.${x}" && break
	mv "${WORKDIR}/linux-${fkv/_/-}" "${WORKDIR}/linux-${v}" || die

	# Set the EXTRAVERSION to linux-VERSION-mipsgit-GITDATE

src_prepare() {
	local psym="patch-symlinks"

	# Now go into the kernel source and patch it.
	cd "${S}"
	epatch "${WORKDIR}/${psym}"/*.patch