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# Copyright (c) 2011 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.
"""gypsh output module
gypsh is a GYP shell. It's not really a generator per se. All it does is
fire up an interactive Python session with a few local variables set to the
variables passed to the generator. Like gypd, it's intended as a debugging
aid, to facilitate the exploration of .gyp structures after being processed
by the input module.
The expected usage is "gyp -f gypsh -D OS=desired_os".
import code
import sys
# All of this stuff about generator variables was lovingly ripped from
# That module has a much better description of what's going on and why.
_generator_identity_variables = [
generator_default_variables = {
for v in _generator_identity_variables:
generator_default_variables[v] = '<(%s)' % v
def GenerateOutput(target_list, target_dicts, data, params):
locals = {
'target_list': target_list,
'target_dicts': target_dicts,
'data': data,
# Use a banner that looks like the stock Python one and like what
# code.interact uses by default, but tack on something to indicate what
# locals are available, and identify gypsh.
banner='Python %s on %s\nlocals.keys() = %s\ngypsh' % \
(sys.version, sys.platform, repr(sorted(locals.keys())))
code.interact(banner, local=locals)