Commit 6edbc69c authored by Robert Schweppe's avatar Robert Schweppe
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git subrepo clone --branch=v1.1 --force https://git.ufz.de/chs/cmake-fortran-scripts.git cmake

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  subdir:   "cmake"
  merged:   "a66fe64"
upstream:
  origin:   "https://git.ufz.de/chs/cmake-fortran-scripts.git"
  branch:   "v1.1"
  commit:   "a66fe64"
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  version:  "0.4.3"
  origin:   "https://github.com/ingydotnet/git-subrepo"
  commit:   "2f68596"
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remote = https://git.ufz.de/chs/cmake-fortran-scripts.git
branch = v1.1
commit = a66fe64ab9b4d0a535c1c462bb5dc4513f7252e9
parent = ccb3109d1f34b240c24780b5ca6d8cbe32432e30
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cmdver = 0.4.3
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# Cmake Fortran Scripts
Cmake scripts for Fortran Projects at CHS
## Cmake Modules
Modules under `cmake-modules` provide different functions and macros
to be used in `CMakeLists.txt` files.
### `checkfortranpreprocessor.cmake`
- `get_preproc_flag`: checks for the pre-processor flag of the current compiler (`-fpp` or `-cpp`)
- `cpp_definitions`: adds a compile definition and a corresponding cmake option
Can be included with:
```cmake
include(checkfortranpreprocessor)
```
### `CodeCoverage.cmake`
Taken from: https://github.com/bilke/cmake-modules/blob/master/CodeCoverage.cmake
Can be included and set up with:
```cmake
include(CodeCoverage)
append_coverage_compiler_flags()
SETUP_TARGET_FOR_COVERAGE_LCOV(
NAME PROJECT_coverage_CI
EXECUTABLE PROJECT
DEPENDENCIES PROJECT
GENHTML_ARGS -t "PROJECT coverage"
)
```
### `compileoptions.cmake`
Adds cmake compile options
- `CMAKE_BUILD_MODULE_SYSTEM_INDEPENDENT`: setting r_path
- `CMAKE_NETCDF_DIR`: separate netcdf path
- `CMAKE_WITH_MPI`: use MPI
- `CMAKE_WITH_OpenMP`: use OpenMP
- `CMAKE_WITH_LAPACK`: use LAPACK bindings
- `CMAKE_WITH_COVERAGE`: Coverage calculation
- will also search for `MPI`, `OpenMP` and `LAPACK` if the option are `ON`
Can be included with:
```cmake
include(compileoptions)
```
### `FindNetCDF.cmake`
Find NetCDF package.
Can be used with:
```cmake
find_package(NetCDF REQUIRED)
```
### `utils.cmake`
Based on: https://github.com/fortran-lang/stdlib/blob/master/cmake/stdlib.cmake
- handles `fypp` pre-processor
Can be included with:
```cmake
include(utils)
```
### `version.cmake`
Provides a function to read version and date from a given files `version.txt` and `version-date.txt`.
Can be included and used with (`PROJECT_VER_DEV` will hold the develop version string):
```cmake
include(version)
get_version(PROJECT_VER PROJECT_VER_DEV PROJECT_DATE)
```
## Cmake Cache Files
Cache files provide templates for specific cmake setups.
Cmake can be controlled with such a file (`exampleFile`) in the following way
```bash
cmake -C exampleFile ..
```
Have a look at the example files in `cmake-cache-files` taken from `mHM`.
#-D CMAKE_BUILD_MODULE_SYSTEM_INDEPENDENT=ON
option(CMAKE_BUILD_MODULE_SYSTEM_INDEPENDENT
"build the module INDEPENDENT of the module system, so the build in the build tree works even after a module purge"
ON
)
##-D CMAKE_WITH_MPI=ON
option(CMAKE_WITH_MPI "build the module with MPI, so it can be executed using mpirun" ON)
#option(CMAKE_pgiFortran "Code exchange for pgi compiler dependent issues" ON)
#option(CMAKE_MPR_STANDALONE "If set to ON, only MPR is compiled" ON)
#option(CMAKE_ABSOFT "Documentation to be added. If you you are developer, you might edit this string in CMakeLists.txt" ON)
# set set specific path where to search for the netCDF directory
set(CMAKE_NETCDF_DIR "/path/to/netcdfdir/" CACHE PATH "set set specific place where to search for the netCDF directory")
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# 2012-01-31, Lars Bilke
# - Enable Code Coverage
#
# 2013-09-17, Joakim Söderberg
# - Added support for Clang.
# - Some additional usage instructions.
#
# 2016-02-03, Lars Bilke
# - Refactored functions to use named parameters
#
# 2017-06-02, Lars Bilke
# - Merged with modified version from github.com/ufz/ogs
#
# 2019-05-06, Anatolii Kurotych
# - Remove unnecessary --coverage flag
#
# 2019-12-13, FeRD (Frank Dana)
# - Deprecate COVERAGE_LCOVR_EXCLUDES and COVERAGE_GCOVR_EXCLUDES lists in favor
# of tool-agnostic COVERAGE_EXCLUDES variable, or EXCLUDE setup arguments.
# - CMake 3.4+: All excludes can be specified relative to BASE_DIRECTORY
# - All setup functions: accept BASE_DIRECTORY, EXCLUDE list
# - Set lcov basedir with -b argument
# - Add automatic --demangle-cpp in lcovr, if 'c++filt' is available (can be
# overridden with NO_DEMANGLE option in setup_target_for_coverage_lcovr().)
# - Delete output dir, .info file on 'make clean'
# - Remove Python detection, since version mismatches will break gcovr
# - Minor cleanup (lowercase function names, update examples...)
#
# 2019-12-19, FeRD (Frank Dana)
# - Rename Lcov outputs, make filtered file canonical, fix cleanup for targets
#
# 2020-01-19, Bob Apthorpe
# - Added gfortran support
#
# 2020-02-17, FeRD (Frank Dana)
# - Make all add_custom_target()s VERBATIM to auto-escape wildcard characters
# in EXCLUDEs, and remove manual escaping from gcovr targets
#
# USAGE:
#
# 1. Copy this file into your cmake modules path.
#
# 2. Add the following line to your CMakeLists.txt (best inside an if-condition
# using a CMake option() to enable it just optionally):
# include(CodeCoverage)
#
# 3. Append necessary compiler flags:
# append_coverage_compiler_flags()
#
# 3.a (OPTIONAL) Set appropriate optimization flags, e.g. -O0, -O1 or -Og
#
# 4. If you need to exclude additional directories from the report, specify them
# using full paths in the COVERAGE_EXCLUDES variable before calling
# setup_target_for_coverage_*().
# Example:
# set(COVERAGE_EXCLUDES
# '${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/src/dir1/*'
# '/path/to/my/src/dir2/*')
# Or, use the EXCLUDE argument to setup_target_for_coverage_*().
# Example:
# setup_target_for_coverage_lcov(
# NAME coverage
# EXECUTABLE testrunner
# EXCLUDE "${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/src/dir1/*" "/path/to/my/src/dir2/*")
#
# 4.a NOTE: With CMake 3.4+, COVERAGE_EXCLUDES or EXCLUDE can also be set
# relative to the BASE_DIRECTORY (default: PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR)
# Example:
# set(COVERAGE_EXCLUDES "dir1/*")
# setup_target_for_coverage_gcovr_html(
# NAME coverage
# EXECUTABLE testrunner
# BASE_DIRECTORY "${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/src"
# EXCLUDE "dir2/*")
#
# 5. Use the functions described below to create a custom make target which
# runs your test executable and produces a code coverage report.
#
# 6. Build a Debug build:
# cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug ..
# make
# make my_coverage_target
#
include(CMakeParseArguments)
# Check prereqs
find_program( GCOV_PATH gcov )
find_program( LCOV_PATH NAMES lcov lcov.bat lcov.exe lcov.perl)
find_program( GENHTML_PATH NAMES genhtml genhtml.perl genhtml.bat )
find_program( GCOVR_PATH gcovr PATHS ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/scripts/test)
find_program( CPPFILT_PATH NAMES c++filt )
if(NOT GCOV_PATH)
message(FATAL_ERROR "gcov not found! Aborting...")
endif() # NOT GCOV_PATH
if("${CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER_ID}" MATCHES "(Apple)?[Cc]lang")
if("${CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER_VERSION}" VERSION_LESS 3)
message(FATAL_ERROR "Clang version must be 3.0.0 or greater! Aborting...")
endif()
elseif(NOT CMAKE_COMPILER_IS_GNUCXX)
if("${CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER_ID}" MATCHES "[Ff]lang")
# Do nothing; exit conditional without error if true
elseif("${CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER_ID}" MATCHES "GNU")
# Do nothing; exit conditional without error if true
else()
message(FATAL_ERROR "Compiler is not GNU gcc! Aborting...")
endif()
endif()
set(COVERAGE_COMPILER_FLAGS "-g -fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage"
CACHE INTERNAL "")
set(CMAKE_Fortran_FLAGS_COVERAGE
${COVERAGE_COMPILER_FLAGS}
CACHE STRING "Flags used by the Fortran compiler during coverage builds."
FORCE )
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_COVERAGE
${COVERAGE_COMPILER_FLAGS}
CACHE STRING "Flags used by the C++ compiler during coverage builds."
FORCE )
set(CMAKE_C_FLAGS_COVERAGE
${COVERAGE_COMPILER_FLAGS}
CACHE STRING "Flags used by the C compiler during coverage builds."
FORCE )
set(CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS_COVERAGE
""
CACHE STRING "Flags used for linking binaries during coverage builds."
FORCE )
set(CMAKE_SHARED_LINKER_FLAGS_COVERAGE
""
CACHE STRING "Flags used by the shared libraries linker during coverage builds."
FORCE )
mark_as_advanced(
CMAKE_Fortran_FLAGS_COVERAGE
CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_COVERAGE
CMAKE_C_FLAGS_COVERAGE
CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS_COVERAGE
CMAKE_SHARED_LINKER_FLAGS_COVERAGE )
if(NOT CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE STREQUAL "Debug")
message(WARNING "Code coverage results with an optimised (non-Debug) build may be misleading")
endif() # NOT CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE STREQUAL "Debug"
if(CMAKE_C_COMPILER_ID STREQUAL "GNU" OR CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER_ID STREQUAL "GNU")
link_libraries(gcov)
endif()
# Defines a target for running and collection code coverage information
# Builds dependencies, runs the given executable and outputs reports.
# NOTE! The executable should always have a ZERO as exit code otherwise
# the coverage generation will not complete.
#
# setup_target_for_coverage_lcov(
# NAME testrunner_coverage # New target name
# EXECUTABLE testrunner -j ${PROCESSOR_COUNT} # Executable in PROJECT_BINARY_DIR
# DEPENDENCIES testrunner # Dependencies to build first
# BASE_DIRECTORY "../" # Base directory for report
# # (defaults to PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR)
# EXCLUDE "src/dir1/*" "src/dir2/*" # Patterns to exclude (can be relative
# # to BASE_DIRECTORY, with CMake 3.4+)
# NO_DEMANGLE # Don't demangle C++ symbols
# # even if c++filt is found
# )
function(setup_target_for_coverage_lcov)
set(options NO_DEMANGLE)
set(oneValueArgs BASE_DIRECTORY NAME)
set(multiValueArgs EXCLUDE EXECUTABLE EXECUTABLE_ARGS DEPENDENCIES LCOV_ARGS GENHTML_ARGS)
cmake_parse_arguments(Coverage "${options}" "${oneValueArgs}" "${multiValueArgs}" ${ARGN})
if(NOT LCOV_PATH)
message(FATAL_ERROR "lcov not found! Aborting...")
endif() # NOT LCOV_PATH
if(NOT GENHTML_PATH)
message(FATAL_ERROR "genhtml not found! Aborting...")
endif() # NOT GENHTML_PATH
# Set base directory (as absolute path), or default to PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR
if(${Coverage_BASE_DIRECTORY})
get_filename_component(BASEDIR ${Coverage_BASE_DIRECTORY} ABSOLUTE)
else()
set(BASEDIR ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR})
endif()
# Collect excludes (CMake 3.4+: Also compute absolute paths)
set(LCOV_EXCLUDES "")
foreach(EXCLUDE ${Coverage_EXCLUDE} ${COVERAGE_EXCLUDES} ${COVERAGE_LCOV_EXCLUDES})
if(CMAKE_VERSION VERSION_GREATER 3.4)
get_filename_component(EXCLUDE ${EXCLUDE} ABSOLUTE BASE_DIR ${BASEDIR})
endif()
list(APPEND LCOV_EXCLUDES "${EXCLUDE}")
endforeach()
list(REMOVE_DUPLICATES LCOV_EXCLUDES)
# Conditional arguments
if(CPPFILT_PATH AND NOT ${Coverage_NO_DEMANGLE})
set(GENHTML_EXTRA_ARGS "--demangle-cpp")
endif()
# Setup target
add_custom_target(${Coverage_NAME}
# Cleanup lcov
COMMAND ${LCOV_PATH} ${Coverage_LCOV_ARGS} --gcov-tool ${GCOV_PATH} -directory . -b ${BASEDIR} --zerocounters
# Create baseline to make sure untouched files show up in the report
COMMAND ${LCOV_PATH} ${Coverage_LCOV_ARGS} --gcov-tool ${GCOV_PATH} -c -i -d . -b ${BASEDIR} -o ${Coverage_NAME}.base
# Run tests
COMMAND ${Coverage_EXECUTABLE} ${Coverage_EXECUTABLE_ARGS}
# Capturing lcov counters and generating report
COMMAND ${LCOV_PATH} ${Coverage_LCOV_ARGS} --gcov-tool ${GCOV_PATH} --directory . -b ${BASEDIR} --capture --output-file ${Coverage_NAME}.capture
# add baseline counters
COMMAND ${LCOV_PATH} ${Coverage_LCOV_ARGS} --gcov-tool ${GCOV_PATH} -a ${Coverage_NAME}.base -a ${Coverage_NAME}.capture --output-file ${Coverage_NAME}.total
# filter collected data to final coverage report
COMMAND ${LCOV_PATH} ${Coverage_LCOV_ARGS} --gcov-tool ${GCOV_PATH} --remove ${Coverage_NAME}.total ${LCOV_EXCLUDES} --output-file ${Coverage_NAME}.info
# Generate HTML output
COMMAND ${GENHTML_PATH} ${GENHTML_EXTRA_ARGS} ${Coverage_GENHTML_ARGS} -o ${Coverage_NAME} ${Coverage_NAME}.info
# Set output files as GENERATED (will be removed on 'make clean')
BYPRODUCTS
${Coverage_NAME}.base
${Coverage_NAME}.capture
${Coverage_NAME}.total
${Coverage_NAME}.info
${Coverage_NAME} # report directory
WORKING_DIRECTORY ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}
DEPENDS ${Coverage_DEPENDENCIES}
VERBATIM # Protect arguments to commands
COMMENT "Resetting code coverage counters to zero.\nProcessing code coverage counters and generating report."
)
# Show where to find the lcov info report
add_custom_command(TARGET ${Coverage_NAME} POST_BUILD
COMMAND ;
COMMENT "Lcov code coverage info report saved in ${Coverage_NAME}.info."
)
# Show info where to find the report
add_custom_command(TARGET ${Coverage_NAME} POST_BUILD
COMMAND ;
COMMENT "Open ./${Coverage_NAME}/index.html in your browser to view the coverage report."
)
endfunction() # setup_target_for_coverage_lcov
# Defines a target for running and collection code coverage information
# Builds dependencies, runs the given executable and outputs reports.
# NOTE! The executable should always have a ZERO as exit code otherwise
# the coverage generation will not complete.
#
# setup_target_for_coverage_gcovr_xml(
# NAME ctest_coverage # New target name
# EXECUTABLE ctest -j ${PROCESSOR_COUNT} # Executable in PROJECT_BINARY_DIR
# DEPENDENCIES executable_target # Dependencies to build first
# BASE_DIRECTORY "../" # Base directory for report
# # (defaults to PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR)
# EXCLUDE "src/dir1/*" "src/dir2/*" # Patterns to exclude (can be relative
# # to BASE_DIRECTORY, with CMake 3.4+)
# )
function(setup_target_for_coverage_gcovr_xml)
set(options NONE)
set(oneValueArgs BASE_DIRECTORY NAME)
set(multiValueArgs EXCLUDE EXECUTABLE EXECUTABLE_ARGS DEPENDENCIES)
cmake_parse_arguments(Coverage "${options}" "${oneValueArgs}" "${multiValueArgs}" ${ARGN})
if(NOT GCOVR_PATH)
message(FATAL_ERROR "gcovr not found! Aborting...")
endif() # NOT GCOVR_PATH
# Set base directory (as absolute path), or default to PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR
if(${Coverage_BASE_DIRECTORY})
get_filename_component(BASEDIR ${Coverage_BASE_DIRECTORY} ABSOLUTE)
else()
set(BASEDIR ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR})
endif()
# Collect excludes (CMake 3.4+: Also compute absolute paths)
set(GCOVR_EXCLUDES "")
foreach(EXCLUDE ${Coverage_EXCLUDE} ${COVERAGE_EXCLUDES} ${COVERAGE_GCOVR_EXCLUDES})
if(CMAKE_VERSION VERSION_GREATER 3.4)
get_filename_component(EXCLUDE ${EXCLUDE} ABSOLUTE BASE_DIR ${BASEDIR})
endif()
list(APPEND GCOVR_EXCLUDES "${EXCLUDE}")
endforeach()
list(REMOVE_DUPLICATES GCOVR_EXCLUDES)
# Combine excludes to several -e arguments
set(GCOVR_EXCLUDE_ARGS "")
foreach(EXCLUDE ${GCOVR_EXCLUDES})
list(APPEND GCOVR_EXCLUDE_ARGS "-e")
list(APPEND GCOVR_EXCLUDE_ARGS "${EXCLUDE}")
endforeach()
add_custom_target(${Coverage_NAME}
# Run tests
${Coverage_EXECUTABLE} ${Coverage_EXECUTABLE_ARGS}
# Running gcovr
COMMAND ${GCOVR_PATH} --xml
-r ${BASEDIR} ${GCOVR_EXCLUDE_ARGS}
--object-directory=${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}
-o ${Coverage_NAME}.xml
--keep
BYPRODUCTS ${Coverage_NAME}.xml
WORKING_DIRECTORY ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}
DEPENDS ${Coverage_DEPENDENCIES}
VERBATIM # Protect arguments to commands
COMMENT "Running gcovr to produce Cobertura code coverage report."
)
# Show info where to find the report
add_custom_command(TARGET ${Coverage_NAME} POST_BUILD
COMMAND ;