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# Copyright 2016 The Cobalt Authors. All Rights Reserved.
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"""Parse GLSL shader files to generate C++ classes.
This script parses all GLSL shader input files to generate C++ class
definitions which inherit from ShaderBase:
The classes will have member functions to access any "attribute" or "uniform"
member(s) found in the shader file. For example, a shader file with the
following lines:
uniform mat3 u_view_matrix;
uniform sampler2d intexture;
attribute vec2 inposition;
attribute float a_depth;
will have the following member functions in the generated class:
GLuint intexture() const;
GLenum intexture_texunit() const;
GLuint u_view_matrix() const;
GLuint inposition() const;
GLuint a_depth() const;
It also generates index based accessors for "#pragma array" directives. For
example, a shader file with the following directives:
#pragma array u_texture_coord(u_texture_coord_0, u_texture_coord_1);
will have the following member functions in the generated class:
GLuint u_texture_coord(int index) const {
if (index == 0) return u_texture_coord_0();
if (index == 1) return u_texture_coord_1();
return 0;
Additionally, the generated classes will include definitions to bind attribute
locations, query uniform locations, and initialize uniform samplers to default
texture units. These are done in the class' InitializePreLink,
InitializePostLink, and InitializePostUse functions, respectively.
import datetime
import os
import re
import sys
def GetBasename(filename):
"""Returns the filename without the directory and without its extension.
filename: A filename from which a basename is to be extracted.
A string derived from the filename except the directory and extension
are removed.
return os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(filename))[0]
def GetShaderClassName(filename):
"""Returns a C++ class name based on the given file name."""
# Convert underscore-delineated string to camelcase and prepends 'Shader'.
class_name = ''.join(
x.capitalize() for x in GetBasename(filename).lower().split('_'))
return 'Shader' + class_name
def ReadShaderFile(filename):
"""Parse the given shader file. Handle #include and strip comments."""
path_dir = os.path.dirname(filename)
def HandleInclude(line):
# Handle #include directive if the given line specifies it.
if line.startswith('#include "') and line.endswith('"'):
include_filename = line[10:-1]
return ReadShaderFile(os.path.join(path_dir, include_filename))
return line
with open(filename, 'rb') as f:
# Read the file and strip comments.
file_contents =
file_contents = re.sub(r'/\*.*?\*/', '', file_contents, flags=re.DOTALL)
file_contents = re.sub(r'(\s)*//.*', '', file_contents)
# Parse #include directives. This must be done after stripping comments as
# it's possible to have multi-line comments that encompass #includes.
lines = [HandleInclude(x) for x in file_contents.splitlines()]
# Join non-empty lines.
return '\n'.join(filter(None, lines))
def GetDataDefinitionStringForFile(filename):
"""Returns a string containing C++ array definition for file contents."""
file_contents = ReadShaderFile(filename) + '\0'
def GetChunk(contents, chunk_size):
# Yield successive |chunk_size|-sized chunks from |contents|.
for i in xrange(0, len(contents), chunk_size):
yield contents[i:i + chunk_size]
# Break up the data into chunk sizes such that the produced output lines
# representing the data in the .h file are less than 80 characters long.
length_of_output_byte_string = 6
max_characters_per_line = 80
chunk_size = max_characters_per_line / length_of_output_byte_string
# Convert each byte to ASCII hexadecimal form and output that to the C++
# header file, line-by-line.
data_definition_string = '{\n'
for output_line_data in GetChunk(file_contents, chunk_size):
data_definition_string += (
' ' + ' '.join(['0x%02x,' % ord(y) for y in output_line_data]) + '\n')
data_definition_string += '};\n'
return data_definition_string
def GetShaderSourceDefinitions(files):
"""Returns a string containing C++ that represents all data in files."""
source_definition_string = ''
for filename in files:
class_name = GetShaderClassName(filename)
source_definition_string += '\nconst char %s::kSource[] = ' % class_name
source_definition_string += GetDataDefinitionStringForFile(filename)
return source_definition_string
// Copyright {year} The Cobalt Authors. All Rights Reserved.
// This file is generated by:
// cobalt/renderer/rasterizer/egl/
// Do not edit!
#include "starboard/configuration.h"
#include "{header_filename}"
namespace cobalt {{
namespace renderer {{
namespace rasterizer {{
namespace egl {{
}} // namespace egl
}} // namespace rasterizer
}} // namespace renderer
}} // namespace cobalt
#endif // SB_API_VERSION >= 12 || SB_HAS(GLES2)
def GenerateSourceFile(source_filename, header_filename, all_shaders):
"""Generate the actual C++ source file."""
header_filename = os.path.basename(header_filename)
current_year =
with open(source_filename, 'w') as output_file:
def IndentLines(lines, indent_count):
"""Indent all lines by the given amount."""
line_start = '\n' + ' ' * indent_count
return lines.replace('\n', line_start)
def GetShaderInputs(filename):
"""Return all attributes, uniforms, and samplers in the given shader file."""
attributes = []
uniforms = []
samplers = []
pragma_arrays = {}
file_contents = ReadShaderFile(filename)
# Remove everything associated with the main program.
file_contents = re.sub(
r'void main\(\) .*', '', file_contents, flags=re.DOTALL)
# Handle #pragma array() directives
for line in file_contents.split(';'):
line = line.replace('\n', '').strip()
matches = re.match(r'\#pragma\s+array\s+([\d\w]+)\((.*)\)', line)
if matches and matches.lastindex == 2:
array_name =
element_names = re.split(r',\s+',
assert array_name
assert element_names
pragma_arrays[array_name] = element_names
# Remove all directives for further processing
file_contents = re.sub(r'\#.*', '', file_contents)
statements = re.split(r'{|}|;', file_contents)
# Match attributes, uniforms, and samplers (a subset of uniforms).
for statement in statements:
words = statement.strip().split()
if len(words) == 3:
type_name = words[0].lower()
if type_name == 'attribute':
elif type_name == 'uniform':
if words[1].lower().startswith('sampler'):
return attributes, uniforms, samplers, pragma_arrays
def ParseUniformName(name):
"""Parse a uniform name into the base string and array count (if array)."""
temp = re.match(r'(\w+)(?:\[(\d+)\])?', name)
base =
count =
return base, count
def GetAttributeMethods(attributes):
"""Return a string representing C++ methods for the given attributes."""
methods = ''
for index, name in enumerate(attributes):
methods += '\nGLuint {0}() const {{ return {1}; }}'.format(name, index)
return methods
def GetUniformMethods(uniforms):
"""Return a string representing C++ methods for the given uniforms."""
methods = ''
for name in uniforms:
base, count = ParseUniformName(name)
methods += '\nGLuint {0}() const {{ return {0}_; }}'.format(base)
if count:
methods += (
'\nstatic constexpr GLsizei {0}_count() {{ return {1}; }}'.format(
base, count))
return methods
def GetSamplerMethods(samplers):
"""Returns a string representing C++ methods for the given samplers."""
methods = ''
for index, name in enumerate(samplers):
methods += (
'\nGLenum {0}_texunit() const {{ return GL_TEXTURE{1}; }}'.format(
name, index))
return methods
def GetPragmaArrayMethods(pragma_arrays, samplers):
"""Returns a string representing C++ methods for the given pragma arrays."""
methods = ''
for array_name in pragma_arrays:
elements = pragma_arrays[array_name]
if not elements:
method = '\nGLuint {0}(int index) const {{\n'.format(array_name)
for index in range(len(elements)):
method += ' if (index == {0}) return {1}();\n'.format(
index, elements[index])
method += ' NOTREACHED();\n return {0}();\n}}'.format(elements[0])
methods += (method)
if samplers.count(elements[0]) == 0:
method = '\nGLenum {0}_texunit(int index) const {{\n'.format(array_name)
# Generate *_texunit() for samplers.
for index in range(len(elements)):
method += ' if (index == {0}) return {1}_texunit();\n'.format(
index, elements[index])
method += ' NOTREACHED();\n return {0}_texunit();\n}}'.format(elements[0])
methods += (method)
return methods
def GetInitializePreLink(attributes):
"""Returns a string representing C++ statements to process during prelink."""
statements = ''
for name in attributes:
statements += '\nBindAttribLocation(program, {0}(), "{0}");'.format(name)
return statements
def GetInitializePostLink(uniforms):
"""Returns a string representing C++ statements to process during postlink."""
statements = ''
for name in uniforms:
base, unused_count = ParseUniformName(name)
statements += '\n{0}_ = GetUniformLocation(program, "{0}");'.format(base)
return statements
def GetInitializePostUse(samplers):
"""Returns a string representing C++ statements to process during postuse."""
statements = ''
for name in samplers:
statements += (
'\nSetTextureUnitForUniformSampler({0}(), {0}_texunit());'.format(name))
return statements
def GetVariables(variable_names):
"""Returns a string representing C++ member variable declarations."""
variables = ''
for name in variable_names:
base, unused_count = ParseUniformName(name)
variables += '\nGLuint {0}_;'.format(base)
return variables
class {class_name} : public ShaderBase {{
const char* GetSource() const override {{ return kSource; }}
void InitializePreLink(GLuint program) override {{\
void InitializePostLink(GLuint program) override {{\
void InitializePostUse() override {{\
static const char kSource[];
def GetClassDefinitionForFile(filename):
"""Returns a string representing a C++ class definition for a shader."""
attributes, uniforms, samplers, pragma_arrays = GetShaderInputs(filename)
return CLASS_TEMPLATE.format(
# For the following fields, each line in the strings should start with
# a newline.
attribute_methods=IndentLines(GetAttributeMethods(attributes), 2),
uniform_methods=IndentLines(GetUniformMethods(uniforms), 2),
sampler_methods=IndentLines(GetSamplerMethods(samplers), 2),
GetPragmaArrayMethods(pragma_arrays, samplers), 2),
initialize_prelink=IndentLines(GetInitializePreLink(attributes), 4),
initialize_postlink=IndentLines(GetInitializePostLink(uniforms), 4),
initialize_postuse=IndentLines(GetInitializePostUse(samplers), 4),
variables=IndentLines(GetVariables(uniforms), 2))
def GetShaderClassDefinitions(files):
"""Returns a string representing C++ class definitions for all given files."""
class_definition_string = ''
for filename in files:
class_definition_string += '\n' + GetClassDefinitionForFile(filename)
return class_definition_string
// Copyright {year} The Cobalt Authors. All Rights Reserved.
// This file is generated by:
// cobalt/renderer/rasterizer/egl/
// Do not edit!
#ifndef {include_guard}
#define {include_guard}
#include "base/compiler_specific.h"
#include "base/logging.h"
#include "cobalt/renderer/rasterizer/egl/shader_base.h"
namespace cobalt {{
namespace renderer {{
namespace rasterizer {{
namespace egl {{
}} // namespace egl
}} // namespace rasterizer
}} // namespace renderer
}} // namespace cobalt
#endif // {include_guard}
def GenerateHeaderFile(output_filename, all_shaders):
"""Generate the actual C++ header file."""
include_guard = 'GENERATED_%s_H_' % GetBasename(output_filename).upper()
current_year =
with open(output_filename, 'w') as output_file:
def main(output_header_filename, output_source_filename, shader_files_file):
all_shader_files = []
with open(shader_files_file, 'r') as input_file:
shader_files =
for filename in shader_files:
# Ignore *.inc files. These are include files and not shader files.
if not filename.lower().endswith('.inc'):
GenerateSourceFile(output_source_filename, output_header_filename,
GenerateHeaderFile(output_header_filename, all_shader_files)
if __name__ == '__main__':
main(sys.argv[1], sys.argv[2], sys.argv[3])