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# Copyright (c) 2012 Google Inc. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""New implementation of Visual Studio project generation for SCons."""
import os
import random
import gyp.common
# hashlib is supplied as of Python 2.5 as the replacement interface for md5
# and other secure hashes. In 2.6, md5 is deprecated. Import hashlib if
# available, avoiding a deprecation warning under 2.6. Import md5 otherwise,
# preserving 2.4 compatibility.
import hashlib
_new_md5 = hashlib.md5
except ImportError:
import md5
_new_md5 =
# Initialize random number generator
# GUIDs for project types
'project': '{8BC9CEB8-8B4A-11D0-8D11-00A0C91BC942}',
'folder': '{2150E333-8FDC-42A3-9474-1A3956D46DE8}',
# Helper functions
def MakeGuid(name, seed='msvs_new'):
"""Returns a GUID for the specified target name.
name: Target name.
seed: Seed for MD5 hash.
A GUID-line string calculated from the name and seed.
This generates something which looks like a GUID, but depends only on the
name and seed. This means the same name/seed will always generate the same
GUID, so that projects and solutions which refer to each other can explicitly
determine the GUID to refer to explicitly. It also means that the GUID will
not change when the project for a target is rebuilt.
# Calculate a MD5 signature for the seed and name.
d = _new_md5(str(seed) + str(name)).hexdigest().upper()
# Convert most of the signature to GUID form (discard the rest)
guid = ('{' + d[:8] + '-' + d[8:12] + '-' + d[12:16] + '-' + d[16:20]
+ '-' + d[20:32] + '}')
return guid
class MSVSSolutionEntry(object):
def __cmp__(self, other):
# Sort by name then guid (so things are in order on vs2008).
return cmp((, self.get_guid()), (, other.get_guid()))
class MSVSFolder(MSVSSolutionEntry):
"""Folder in a Visual Studio project or solution."""
def __init__(self, path, name = None, entries = None,
guid = None, items = None):
"""Initializes the folder.
path: Full path to the folder.
name: Name of the folder.
entries: List of folder entries to nest inside this folder. May contain
Folder or Project objects. May be None, if the folder is empty.
guid: GUID to use for folder, if not None.
items: List of solution items to include in the folder project. May be
None, if the folder does not directly contain items.
if name: = name
# Use last layer. = os.path.basename(path)
self.path = path
self.guid = guid
# Copy passed lists (or set to empty lists)
self.entries = sorted(list(entries or []))
self.items = list(items or [])
self.entry_type_guid = ENTRY_TYPE_GUIDS['folder']
def get_guid(self):
if self.guid is None:
# Use consistent guids for folders (so things don't regenerate).
self.guid = MakeGuid(self.path, seed='msvs_folder')
return self.guid
class MSVSProject(MSVSSolutionEntry):
"""Visual Studio project."""
def __init__(self, path, name = None, dependencies = None, guid = None,
spec = None, build_file = None, config_platform_overrides = None,
fixpath_prefix = None):
"""Initializes the project.
path: Absolute path to the project file.
name: Name of project. If None, the name will be the same as the base
name of the project file.
dependencies: List of other Project objects this project is dependent
upon, if not None.
guid: GUID to use for project, if not None.
spec: Dictionary specifying how to build this project.
build_file: Filename of the .gyp file that the vcproj file comes from.
config_platform_overrides: optional dict of configuration platforms to
used in place of the default for this target.
fixpath_prefix: the path used to adjust the behavior of _fixpath
self.path = path
self.guid = guid
self.spec = spec
self.build_file = build_file
# Use project filename if name not specified = name or os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(path))[0]
# Copy passed lists (or set to empty lists)
self.dependencies = list(dependencies or [])
self.entry_type_guid = ENTRY_TYPE_GUIDS['project']
if config_platform_overrides:
self.config_platform_overrides = config_platform_overrides
self.config_platform_overrides = {}
self.fixpath_prefix = fixpath_prefix
self.msbuild_toolset = None
def set_dependencies(self, dependencies):
self.dependencies = list(dependencies or [])
def get_guid(self):
if self.guid is None:
# Set GUID from path
# TODO(rspangler): This is fragile.
# 1. We can't just use the project filename sans path, since there could
# be multiple projects with the same base name (for example,
# foo/unittest.vcproj and bar/unittest.vcproj).
# 2. The path needs to be relative to $SOURCE_ROOT, so that the project
# GUID is the same whether it's included from base/base.sln or
# foo/bar/baz/baz.sln.
# 3. The GUID needs to be the same each time this builder is invoked, so
# that we don't need to rebuild the solution when the project changes.
# 4. We should be able to handle pre-built project files by reading the
# GUID from the files.
self.guid = MakeGuid(
return self.guid
def set_msbuild_toolset(self, msbuild_toolset):
self.msbuild_toolset = msbuild_toolset
class MSVSSolution:
"""Visual Studio solution."""
def __init__(self, path, version, entries=None, variants=None,
"""Initializes the solution.
path: Path to solution file.
version: Format version to emit.
entries: List of entries in solution. May contain Folder or Project
objects. May be None, if the folder is empty.
variants: List of build variant strings. If none, a default list will
be used.
websiteProperties: Flag to decide if the website properties section
is generated.
self.path = path
self.websiteProperties = websiteProperties
self.version = version
# Copy passed lists (or set to empty lists)
self.entries = list(entries or [])
if variants:
# Copy passed list
self.variants = variants[:]
# Use default
self.variants = ['Debug|Win32', 'Release|Win32']
# TODO(rspangler): Need to be able to handle a mapping of solution config
# to project config. Should we be able to handle variants being a dict,
# or add a separate variant_map variable? If it's a dict, we can't
# guarantee the order of variants since dict keys aren't ordered.
# TODO(rspangler): Automatically write to disk for now; should delay until
# node-evaluation time.
def Write(self, writer=gyp.common.WriteOnDiff):
"""Writes the solution file to disk.
IndexError: An entry appears multiple times.
# Walk the entry tree and collect all the folders and projects.
all_entries = set()
entries_to_check = self.entries[:]
while entries_to_check:
e = entries_to_check.pop(0)
# If this entry has been visited, nothing to do.
if e in all_entries:
# If this is a folder, check its entries too.
if isinstance(e, MSVSFolder):
entries_to_check += e.entries
all_entries = sorted(all_entries)
# Open file and print header
f = writer(self.path)
f.write('Microsoft Visual Studio Solution File, '
'Format Version %s\r\n' % self.version.SolutionVersion())
f.write('# %s\r\n' % self.version.Description())
# Project entries
sln_root = os.path.split(self.path)[0]
for e in all_entries:
relative_path = gyp.common.RelativePath(e.path, sln_root)
# msbuild does not accept an empty folder_name.
# use '.' in case relative_path is empty.
folder_name = relative_path.replace('/', '\\') or '.'
f.write('Project("%s") = "%s", "%s", "%s"\r\n' % (
e.entry_type_guid, # Entry type GUID, # Folder name
folder_name, # Folder name (again)
e.get_guid(), # Entry GUID
# TODO(rspangler): Need a way to configure this stuff
if self.websiteProperties:
f.write('\tProjectSection(WebsiteProperties) = preProject\r\n'
'\t\tDebug.AspNetCompiler.Debug = "True"\r\n'
'\t\tRelease.AspNetCompiler.Debug = "False"\r\n'
if isinstance(e, MSVSFolder):
if e.items:
f.write('\tProjectSection(SolutionItems) = preProject\r\n')
for i in e.items:
f.write('\t\t%s = %s\r\n' % (i, i))
if isinstance(e, MSVSProject):
if e.dependencies:
f.write('\tProjectSection(ProjectDependencies) = postProject\r\n')
for d in e.dependencies:
f.write('\t\t%s = %s\r\n' % (d.get_guid(), d.get_guid()))
# Global section
# Configurations (variants)
f.write('\tGlobalSection(SolutionConfigurationPlatforms) = preSolution\r\n')
for v in self.variants:
f.write('\t\t%s = %s\r\n' % (v, v))
# Sort config guids for easier diffing of solution changes.
config_guids = []
config_guids_overrides = {}
for e in all_entries:
if isinstance(e, MSVSProject):
config_guids_overrides[e.get_guid()] = e.config_platform_overrides
f.write('\tGlobalSection(ProjectConfigurationPlatforms) = postSolution\r\n')
for g in config_guids:
for v in self.variants:
nv = config_guids_overrides[g].get(v, v)
# Pick which project configuration to build for this solution
# configuration.
f.write('\t\t%s.%s.ActiveCfg = %s\r\n' % (
g, # Project GUID
v, # Solution build configuration
nv, # Project build config for that solution config
# Enable project in this solution configuration.
f.write('\t\t%s.%s.Build.0 = %s\r\n' % (
g, # Project GUID
v, # Solution build configuration
nv, # Project build config for that solution config
# TODO(rspangler): Should be able to configure this stuff too (though I've
# never seen this be any different)
f.write('\tGlobalSection(SolutionProperties) = preSolution\r\n')
f.write('\t\tHideSolutionNode = FALSE\r\n')
# Folder mappings
# TODO(rspangler): Should omit this section if there are no folders
f.write('\tGlobalSection(NestedProjects) = preSolution\r\n')
for e in all_entries:
if not isinstance(e, MSVSFolder):
continue # Does not apply to projects, only folders
for subentry in e.entries:
f.write('\t\t%s = %s\r\n' % (subentry.get_guid(), e.get_guid()))