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#!/usr/bin/env python2
# Copyright (c) 2013 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.
import copy
import hashlib
import multiprocessing
import os.path
import pipes
import platform
import re
import signal
import subprocess
import sys
from import config
import gyp
import gyp.common
# TODO: These should be replaced with calls to the abstract tool chain, when it
# is implemented on all supported platforms.
from gyp.msvs_emulation import EncodeRspFileList
from gyp.msvs_emulation import GenerateEnvironmentFiles
from gyp.msvs_emulation import MsvsSettings
import gyp.MSVSUtil as MSVSUtil
import gyp.xcode_emulation
import gyp.ninja_syntax as ninja_syntax
if sys.platform == 'cygwin':
import cygpath
from import abstract
generator_default_variables = {
# Gyp expects the following variables to be expandable by the build
# system to the appropriate locations. Ninja prefers paths to be
# known at gyp time. To resolve this, introduce special
# variables starting with $! and $| (which begin with a $ so gyp knows it
# should be treated specially, but is otherwise an invalid
# ninja/shell variable) that are passed to gyp here but expanded
# before writing out into the target .ninja files; see
# ExpandSpecial.
# $! is used for variables that represent a path and that can only appear at
# the start of a string, while $| is used for variables that can appear
# anywhere in a string.
# Special variables that may be used by gyp 'rule' targets.
# We generate definitions for these variables on the fly when processing a
# rule.
'RULE_INPUT_ROOT': '${root}',
'RULE_INPUT_DIRNAME': '${dirname}',
'RULE_INPUT_PATH': '${source}',
'RULE_INPUT_EXT': '${ext}',
'RULE_INPUT_NAME': '${name}',
# Placates pylint.
generator_additional_non_configuration_keys = []
generator_additional_path_sections = []
generator_extra_sources_for_rules = []
generator_supports_multiple_toolsets = True
is_linux = platform.system() == 'Linux'
is_windows = platform.system() == 'Windows'
microsoft_flavors = [
sony_flavors = []
nintendo_flavors = []
import private_ninja_flavors
microsoft_flavors += private_ninja_flavors.PrivateMicrosoftFlavors()
sony_flavors += private_ninja_flavors.PrivateSonyFlavors()
nintendo_flavors += private_ninja_flavors.PrivateNintendoFlavors()
except ImportError:
windows_host_flavors = microsoft_flavors + sony_flavors + nintendo_flavors
def GetToolchainOrNone(flavor):
return config.GetPlatformConfig(flavor).GetToolchain()
def GetTargetToolchain(flavor, **kwargs):
return config.GetPlatformConfig(flavor).GetTargetToolchain(**kwargs)
def GetHostToolchain(flavor, **kwargs):
return config.GetPlatformConfig(flavor).GetHostToolchain(**kwargs)
def FindFirstInstanceOf(type, instances):
return (instance for instance in instances
if isinstance(instance, type)).next()
except StopIteration:
return None
def GetShell(flavor):
shell = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.Shell, GetHostToolchain(flavor))
assert shell, 'The host toolchain must provide a shell.'
return shell
def GetNinjaRuleName(tool, toolset):
if tool.IsPlatformAgnostic() or toolset == 'target':
return tool.GetRuleName()
return '{0}_{1}'.format(tool.GetRuleName(), toolset)
def GetConfigFlags(config, toolset, keyword):
flags = config.get(keyword, [])
if toolset == 'host':
flags = config.get('{0}_host'.format(keyword), flags)
return [flag.replace('$', '$$') for flag in flags]
def StripPrefix(arg, prefix):
if arg.startswith(prefix):
return arg[len(prefix):]
return arg
def GetGeneratorVariables(flavor):
generator_variables = copy.copy(generator_default_variables)
if GetToolchainOrNone(flavor):
CalculateVariables(generator_variables, {'flavor': flavor})
return generator_variables
def QuoteShellArgument(arg, flavor):
"""Quote a string such that it will be interpreted as a single argument
by the shell."""
# Rather than attempting to enumerate the bad shell characters, just
# whitelist common OK ones and quote anything else.
if re.match(r'^[a-zA-Z0-9_=.\\/-]+$', arg):
return arg # No quoting necessary.
if GetToolchainOrNone(flavor):
return GetToolchainOrNone(flavor).QuoteForRspFile(arg)
elif flavor in sony_flavors or flavor in nintendo_flavors:
# Escape double quotes.
return '"' + arg.replace('\"', '\\\"') + '"'
return "'" + arg.replace("'", "'" + '"\'"' + "'") + "'"
def Define(d, flavor):
"""Takes a preprocessor define and returns a -D parameter that's ninja- and
return QuoteShellArgument(ninja_syntax.escape('-D' + d), flavor)
def InvertRelativePath(path):
"""Given a relative path like foo/bar, return the inverse relative path:
the path from the relative path back to the origin dir.
E.g. os.path.normpath(os.path.join(path, InvertRelativePath(path)))
should always produce the empty string.
if not path:
return path
# Only need to handle relative paths into subdirectories for now.
assert '..' not in path, path
depth = len(path.split(os.path.sep))
return os.path.sep.join(['..'] * depth)
class Target:
"""Target represents the paths used within a single gyp target.
Conceptually, building a single target A is a series of steps:
1) actions/rules/copies generates source/resources/etc.
2) compiles generates .o files
3) link generates a binary (library/executable)
4) bundle merges the above in a mac bundle
(Any of these steps can be optional.)
From a build ordering perspective, a dependent target B could just
depend on the last output of this series of steps.
But some dependent commands sometimes need to reach inside the box.
For example, when linking B it needs to get the path to the static
library generated by A.
This object stores those paths. To keep things simple, member
variables only store concrete paths to single files, while methods
compute derived values like "the last output of the target".
def __init__(self, type):
# Gyp type ("static_library", etc.) of this target.
self.type = type
# File representing whether any input dependencies necessary for
# dependent actions have completed.
self.preaction_stamp = None
# File representing whether any input dependencies necessary for
# dependent compiles have completed.
self.precompile_stamp = None
# File representing the completion of actions/rules/copies, if any.
self.actions_stamp = None
# Path to the output of the link step, if any.
self.binary = None
# Path to the file representing the completion of building the bundle,
# if any.
self.bundle = None
# On Windows, incremental linking requires linking against all the .objs
# that compose a .lib (rather than the .lib itself). That list is stored
# here.
self.component_objs = None
# Windows only. The import .lib is the output of a build step, but
# because dependents only link against the lib (not both the lib and the
# dll) we keep track of the import library here.
self.import_lib = None
def Linkable(self):
"""Return true if this is a target that can be linked against."""
return self.type in ('static_library', 'shared_library')
def PreActionInput(self, flavor):
"""Return the path, if any, that should be used as a dependency of
any dependent action step.
return self.FinalOutput() or self.preaction_stamp
def PreCompileInput(self):
"""Return the path, if any, that should be used as a dependency of
any dependent compile step.
return self.actions_stamp or self.precompile_stamp
def FinalOutput(self):
"""Return the last output of the target, which depends on all prior
return self.bundle or self.binary or self.actions_stamp
# A small discourse on paths as used within the Ninja build:
# All files we produce (both at gyp and at build time) appear in the
# build directory (e.g. out/Debug).
# Paths within a given .gyp file are always relative to the directory
# containing the .gyp file. Call these "gyp paths". This includes
# sources as well as the starting directory a given gyp rule/action
# expects to be run from. We call the path from the source root to
# the gyp file the "base directory" within the per-.gyp-file
# NinjaWriter code.
# All paths as written into the .ninja files are relative to the build
# directory. Call these paths "ninja paths".
# We translate between these two notions of paths with two helper
# functions:
# - GypPathToNinja translates a gyp path (i.e. relative to the .gyp file)
# into the equivalent ninja path.
# - GypPathToUniqueOutput translates a gyp path into a ninja path to write
# an output file; the result can be namespaced such that it is unique
# to the input file name as well as the output target name.
class NinjaWriter:
def __init__(self,
"""base_dir: path from source root to directory containing this gyp file,
by gyp semantics, all input paths are relative to this
build_dir: path from source root to build output
abs_build_dir: absolute path to the build directory
self.case_sensitive_filesystem = case_sensitive_filesystem
self.qualified_target = qualified_target
self.target_outputs = target_outputs
self.base_dir = base_dir
self.build_dir = build_dir
self.abs_build_dir = abs_build_dir = ninja_syntax.Writer(output_file)
self.flavor = flavor
self.path_module = os.path
self.abs_build_dir = abs_build_dir
self.obj_ext = '.obj' if flavor == 'win' else '.o'
if flavor in windows_host_flavors:
# See docstring of msvs_emulation.GenerateEnvironmentFiles().
self.win_env = {}
for arch in ('x86', 'x64'):
self.win_env[arch] = 'environment.' + arch
# Relative path from build output dir to base dir.
self.build_to_base = os.path.join(InvertRelativePath(build_dir), base_dir)
# Relative path from base dir to build dir.
self.base_to_build = os.path.join(InvertRelativePath(base_dir), build_dir)
def ExpandSpecial(self, path, product_dir=None):
"""Expand specials like $!PRODUCT_DIR in |path|.
If |product_dir| is None, assumes the cwd is already the product
dir. Otherwise, |product_dir| is the relative path to the product
if PRODUCT_DIR in path:
if product_dir:
path = path.replace(PRODUCT_DIR, product_dir)
path = path.replace(PRODUCT_DIR + '/', '')
path = path.replace(PRODUCT_DIR + '\\', '')
path = path.replace(PRODUCT_DIR, '.')
int_dir = self.GypPathToUniqueOutput('gen')
# GypPathToUniqueOutput generates a path relative to the product dir,
# so insert product_dir in front if it is provided.
path = path.replace(INTERMEDIATE_DIR,
os.path.join(product_dir or '', int_dir))
path = path.replace(CONFIGURATION_NAME, self.config_name)
return path
def ExpandRuleVariables(self, path, root, dirname, source, ext, name):
if self.flavor == 'win':
path = GetToolchainOrNone(
path, config=self.config_name)
path = path.replace(generator_default_variables['RULE_INPUT_ROOT'], root)
path = path.replace(generator_default_variables['RULE_INPUT_DIRNAME'],
path = path.replace(generator_default_variables['RULE_INPUT_PATH'], source)
path = path.replace(generator_default_variables['RULE_INPUT_EXT'], ext)
path = path.replace(generator_default_variables['RULE_INPUT_NAME'], name)
return path
def GypPathCaseCorrection(self, path):
# Ninja's depfile handling gets confused when the case of a filename
# changes on a case-insensitive file system. To work around that, always
# convert filenames to lowercase on such file systems. See
# for details.
if self.case_sensitive_filesystem:
return path
return path.lower()
def GypPathToNinja(self, path, env=None):
"""Translate a gyp path to a ninja path, optionally expanding environment
variable references in |path| with |env|.
See the above discourse on path conversions.
if env:
if self.flavor == 'mac':
path = gyp.xcode_emulation.ExpandEnvVars(path, env)
elif GetToolchainOrNone(self.flavor):
path = GetToolchainOrNone(self.flavor).ExpandEnvVars(path, env)
if path.startswith('$!'):
expanded = self.ExpandSpecial(path)
if self.flavor == 'win':
expanded = os.path.normpath(expanded)
expanded = self.path_module.normpath(expanded)
return self.GypPathCaseCorrection(expanded)
if '$|' in path:
path = self.ExpandSpecial(path)
assert '$' not in path, path
# TODO: this needs a proper fix.
is_absolute = path.startswith('C:') or path.startswith(
'c:') or path.startswith('/')
if not is_absolute:
path = self.path_module.normpath(os.path.join(self.build_to_base, path))
return self.GypPathCaseCorrection(path)
def GypPathToUniqueOutput(self, path, qualified=True):
"""Translate a gyp path to a ninja path for writing output.
If qualified is True, qualify the resulting filename with the name
of the target. This is necessary when e.g. compiling the same
path twice for two separate output targets.
See the above discourse on path conversions.
path = self.ExpandSpecial(path)
assert not path.startswith('$'), path
# Translate the path following this scheme:
# Input: foo/bar.gyp, target targ, references baz/out.o
# Output: obj/foo/baz/targ.out.o (if qualified)
# obj/foo/baz/out.o (otherwise)
# (and instead of obj for cross-compiles)
# Why this scheme and not some other one?
# 1) for a given input, you can compute all derived outputs by matching
# its path, even if the input is brought via a gyp file with '..'.
# 2) simple files like libraries and stamps have a simple filename.
obj = 'obj'
if self.toolset != 'target':
obj += '.' + self.toolset
path_dir, path_basename = os.path.split(path)
if qualified:
path_basename = + '.' + path_basename
path = self.path_module.normpath(
os.path.join(obj, self.base_dir, path_dir, path_basename))
return self.GypPathCaseCorrection(path)
def WriteCollapsedDependencies(self, name, targets):
"""Given a list of targets, return a path for a single file
representing the result of building all the targets or None.
Uses a stamp file if necessary.
assert targets == filter(None, targets), targets
if len(targets) == 0:
return None
if len(targets) == 1:
return targets[0]
assert FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.Stamp, GetHostToolchain(
self.flavor)), 'Host toolchain must provide stamp tool.'
stamp_output = self.GypPathToUniqueOutput(name + '.stamp'), 'stamp', targets)
return stamp_output
def WriteSpec(self, spec, config_name, generator_flags):
"""The main entry point for NinjaWriter: write the build rules for a spec.
Returns a Target object, which represents the output paths for this spec.
Returns None if there are no outputs (e.g. a settings-only 'none' type
self.config_name = config_name = spec['target_name']
self.toolset = spec['toolset']
config = spec['configurations'][config_name] = Target(spec['type'])
self.is_standalone_static_library = bool(
spec.get('standalone_static_library', 0))
self.is_mac_bundle = gyp.xcode_emulation.IsMacBundle(self.flavor, spec)
self.xcode_settings = None
if self.flavor == 'mac':
self.xcode_settings = gyp.xcode_emulation.XcodeSettings(spec)
if (self.flavor in windows_host_flavors and is_windows):
if self.flavor in sony_flavors or self.flavor in nintendo_flavors:
self.msvs_settings = gyp.msvs_emulation.MsvsSettings(
spec, generator_flags)
arch = self.msvs_settings.GetArch(config_name)
spec, **{'generator_flags': generator_flags})
arch = GetToolchainOrNone(
self.flavor).GetCompilerSettings().GetArch(config_name)'arch', self.win_env[arch])
# Compute predepends for all rules.
# actions_depends is the dependencies this target depends on before running
# any of its action/rule/copy steps.
# compile_depends is the dependencies this target depends on before running
# any of its compile steps.
actions_depends = []
compile_depends = []
# TODO(evan): it is rather confusing which things are lists and which
# are strings. Fix these.
if 'dependencies' in spec:
for dep in spec['dependencies']:
if dep in self.target_outputs:
target = self.target_outputs[dep]
actions_depends = filter(None, actions_depends)
compile_depends = filter(None, compile_depends)
actions_depends = self.WriteCollapsedDependencies('actions_depends',
compile_depends = self.WriteCollapsedDependencies('compile_depends',
compile_depends) = actions_depends = compile_depends
# Write out actions, rules, and copies. These must happen before we
# compile any sources, so compute a list of predependencies for sources
# while we do it.
extra_sources = []
mac_bundle_depends = [] = self.WriteActionsRulesCopies(
spec, extra_sources, actions_depends, mac_bundle_depends)
# If we have actions/rules/copies, we depend directly on those, but
# otherwise we depend on dependent target's actions/rules/copies etc.
# We never need to explicitly depend on previous target's link steps,
# because no compile ever depends on them.
compile_depends_stamp = ( or compile_depends)
# Write out the compilation steps, if any.
link_deps = []
sources = spec.get('sources', []) + extra_sources
if sources:
pch = None
if GetToolchainOrNone(self.flavor):
sources, **{
'build_dir': self.abs_build_dir,
'generator_flags': generator_flags,
'gyp_path_to_ninja': self.GypPathToNinja
pch = GetToolchainOrNone(self.flavor).GetPrecompiledHeader(
pch = gyp.xcode_emulation.MacPrefixHeader(
self.xcode_settings, self.GypPathToNinja,
lambda path, lang: self.GypPathToUniqueOutput(path + '-' + lang))
link_deps = self.WriteSources(config_name, config, sources,
compile_depends_stamp, pch, spec)
# Some actions/rules output 'sources' that are already object files.
link_deps += [
self.GypPathToNinja(f) for f in sources if f.endswith(self.obj_ext)
if (self.flavor in microsoft_flavors and == 'static_library'): = link_deps
# Write out a link step, if needed.
output = None
if link_deps or or actions_depends:
output = self.WriteTarget(spec, config_name, config, link_deps, or actions_depends)
if self.is_mac_bundle:
# Bundle all of the above together, if needed.
if self.is_mac_bundle:
output = self.WriteMacBundle(spec, mac_bundle_depends)
if not output:
return None
assert, output
def _WinIdlRule(self, source, prebuild, outputs):
"""Handle the implicit VS .idl rule for one source file.
Fills |outputs|
with files that are generated.
outdir, output, vars, flags = GetToolchainOrNone(
source, self.config_name)
outdir = self.GypPathToNinja(outdir)
def fix_path(path, rel=None):
path = os.path.join(outdir, path)
dirname, basename = os.path.split(source)
root, ext = os.path.splitext(basename)
path = self.ExpandRuleVariables(path, root, dirname, source, ext,
if rel:
path = os.path.relpath(path, rel)
return path
vars = [(name, fix_path(value, outdir)) for name, value in vars]
output = [fix_path(p) for p in output]
vars.append(('outdir', outdir))
vars.append(('idlflags', flags))
input = self.GypPathToNinja(source), 'idl', input, variables=vars, order_only=prebuild)
def WriteWinIdlFiles(self, spec, prebuild):
"""Writes rules to match MSVS's implicit idl handling."""
assert GetToolchainOrNone(self.flavor)
if GetToolchainOrNone(
return []
outputs = []
for source in filter(lambda x: x.endswith('.idl'), spec['sources']):
self._WinIdlRule(source, prebuild, outputs)
return outputs
def WriteActionsRulesCopies(self, spec, extra_sources, prebuild,
"""Write out the Actions, Rules, and Copies steps.
Return a path
representing the outputs of these steps.
outputs = []
extra_mac_bundle_resources = []
if 'actions' in spec:
outputs += self.WriteActions(spec['actions'], extra_sources, prebuild,
if 'rules' in spec:
outputs += self.WriteRules(spec['rules'], extra_sources, prebuild,
if 'copies' in spec:
outputs += self.WriteCopies(spec['copies'], prebuild, mac_bundle_depends)
stamp = self.WriteCollapsedDependencies('actions_rules_copies', outputs)
if self.is_mac_bundle:
mac_bundle_resources = spec.get('mac_bundle_resources', []) + \
self.WriteMacBundleResources(mac_bundle_resources, mac_bundle_depends)
return stamp
def GenerateDescription(self, verb, message, fallback):
"""Generate and return a description of a build step.
|verb| is the short summary, e.g. ACTION or RULE.
|message| is a hand-written description, or None if not available.
|fallback| is the gyp-level name of the step, usable as a fallback.
if self.toolset != 'target':
verb += '(%s)' % self.toolset
if message:
return '%s %s' % (verb, self.ExpandSpecial(message))
return '%s %s: %s' % (verb,, fallback)
def IsCygwinRule(self, action):
if self.flavor in sony_flavors or self.flavor in nintendo_flavors:
value = str(action.get('msvs_cygwin_shell', 0)) != '0'
if value:
raise Exception('Cygwin usage is no longer allowed in Cobalt Gyp')
return False
def WriteActions(self, actions, extra_sources, prebuild,
# Actions cd into the base directory.
env = self.GetSortedXcodeEnv()
if self.flavor == 'win':
env = GetToolchainOrNone(self.flavor).GetCompilerSettings().GetVSMacroEnv(
'$!PRODUCT_DIR', config=self.config_name)
all_outputs = []
for action in actions:
# First write out a rule for the action.
name = '%s_%s' % (action['action_name'], hashlib.md5(
description = self.GenerateDescription('ACTION',
action.get('message', None), name)
is_cygwin = self.IsCygwinRule(action)
args = action['action']
rule_name, _ = self.WriteNewNinjaRule(
name, args, description, is_cygwin, env=env)
inputs = [self.GypPathToNinja(i, env) for i in action['inputs']]
if int(action.get('process_outputs_as_sources', False)):
extra_sources += action['outputs']
if int(action.get('process_outputs_as_mac_bundle_resources', False)):
extra_mac_bundle_resources += action['outputs']
outputs = [self.GypPathToNinja(o, env) for o in action['outputs']]
# Then write out an edge using the rule., rule_name, inputs, order_only=prebuild)
all_outputs += outputs
return all_outputs
def WriteRules(self, rules, extra_sources, prebuild,
env = self.GetSortedXcodeEnv()
all_outputs = []
for rule in rules:
# First write out a rule for the rule action.
name = '%s_%s' % (rule['rule_name'], hashlib.md5(
# Skip a rule with no action and no inputs.
if 'action' not in rule and not rule.get('rule_sources', []):
args = rule['action']
description = self.GenerateDescription(
'RULE', rule.get('message', None),
('%s ' + generator_default_variables['RULE_INPUT_PATH']) % name)
is_cygwin = self.IsCygwinRule(rule)
rule_name, args = self.WriteNewNinjaRule(
name, args, description, is_cygwin, env=env)
# TODO: if the command references the outputs directly, we should
# simplify it to just use $out.
# Rules can potentially make use of some special variables which
# must vary per source file.
# Compute the list of variables we'll need to provide.
special_locals = ('source', 'root', 'dirname', 'ext', 'name')
needed_variables = set(['source'])
for argument in args:
for var in special_locals:
if ('${%s}' % var) in argument:
def cygwin_munge(path):
if is_cygwin:
return path.replace('\\', '/')
return path
# For each source file, write an edge that generates all the outputs.
for source in rule.get('rule_sources', []):
dirname, basename = os.path.split(source)
root, ext = os.path.splitext(basename)
# Gather the list of inputs and outputs, expanding $vars if possible.
outputs = [
self.ExpandRuleVariables(o, root, dirname, source, ext, basename)
for o in rule['outputs']
inputs = [
self.ExpandRuleVariables(i, root, dirname, source, ext, basename)
for i in rule.get('inputs', [])
if int(rule.get('process_outputs_as_sources', False)):
extra_sources += outputs
if int(rule.get('process_outputs_as_mac_bundle_resources', False)):
extra_mac_bundle_resources += outputs
extra_bindings = []
for var in needed_variables:
if var == 'root':
extra_bindings.append(('root', cygwin_munge(root)))
elif var == 'dirname':
extra_bindings.append(('dirname', cygwin_munge(dirname)))
elif var == 'source':
# '$source' is a parameter to the rule action, which means
# it shouldn't be converted to a Ninja path. But we don't
# want $!PRODUCT_DIR in there either.
source_expanded = self.ExpandSpecial(source, self.base_to_build)
extra_bindings.append(('source', cygwin_munge(source_expanded)))
elif var == 'ext':
extra_bindings.append(('ext', ext))
elif var == 'name':
extra_bindings.append(('name', cygwin_munge(basename)))
assert var == None, repr(var)
inputs = [self.GypPathToNinja(i, env) for i in inputs]
outputs = [self.GypPathToNinja(o, env) for o in outputs]
('unique_name', hashlib.md5(outputs[0]).hexdigest()))
return all_outputs
def WriteCopy(self, src, dst, prebuild, env, mac_bundle_depends):
assert FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.Copy, GetHostToolchain(
self.flavor)), 'Host toolchain must provide copy tool.'
dst = self.GypPathToNinja(dst, env)
# Renormalize with the separator character of the os on which ninja will run
dst = self.path_module.normpath(dst), 'copy', src, order_only=prebuild)
if self.is_mac_bundle:
# gyp has mac_bundle_resources to copy things into a bundle's
# Resources folder, but there's no built-in way to copy files to other
# places in the bundle. Hence, some targets use copies for this. Check
# if this file is copied into the current bundle, and if so add it to
# the bundle depends so that dependent targets get rebuilt if the copy
# input changes.
if dst.startswith(self.xcode_settings.GetBundleContentsFolderPath()):
return [dst]
def WriteCopies(self, copies, prebuild, mac_bundle_depends):
outputs = []
env = self.GetSortedXcodeEnv()
for copy in copies:
for path in copy['files']:
# Normalize the path so trailing slashes don't confuse us.
path = os.path.normpath(path)
destination = copy['destination']
basename = os.path.split(path)[1]
# call GypPathToNinja() to resolve any special GYP $ tokens in src.
# And figure out where this directory actually is on disk.
ninja_path = self.GypPathToNinja(path)
joined_path = os.path.join(self.abs_build_dir, ninja_path)
joined_path = os.path.normpath(joined_path)
# If src is a directory, expand it recursively,
# so we have a build rule for every file.
if os.path.isdir(joined_path):
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(joined_path):
rel_root = os.path.relpath(root, self.abs_build_dir)
for f in files:
src = self.GypPathToNinja(os.path.join(rel_root, f), env)
common_prefix = os.path.commonprefix([joined_path, root])
subdir = root[len(common_prefix) + 1:]
dst = os.path.join(destination, basename, subdir, f)
outputs += self.WriteCopy(src, dst, prebuild, env,
src = self.GypPathToNinja(path, env)
dst = os.path.join(destination, basename)
outputs += self.WriteCopy(src, dst, prebuild, env, mac_bundle_depends)
return outputs
def WriteMacBundleResources(self, resources, bundle_depends):
"""Writes ninja edges for 'mac_bundle_resources'."""
for output, res in gyp.xcode_emulation.GetMacBundleResources(
self.xcode_settings, map(self.GypPathToNinja, resources)):
variables=[('mactool_cmd', 'copy-bundle-resource')])
def WriteMacInfoPlist(self, bundle_depends):
"""Write build rules for bundle Info.plist files."""
info_plist, out, defines, extra_env = gyp.xcode_emulation.GetMacInfoPlist(
self.xcode_settings, self.GypPathToNinja)
if not info_plist:
if defines:
# Create an intermediate file to store preprocessed results.
intermediate_plist = self.GypPathToUniqueOutput(
defines = ' '.join([Define(d, self.flavor) for d in defines])
info_plist =
variables=[('defines', defines)])
env = self.GetSortedXcodeEnv(additional_settings=extra_env)
env = self.ComputeExportEnvString(env)
variables=[('mactool_cmd', 'copy-info-plist'), ('env', env)])
def WriteSources(self, config_name, config, sources, predepends,
precompiled_header, spec):
"""Write build rules to compile all of |sources|."""
shell = GetShell(self.flavor)
if self.toolset == 'target':
toolchain = GetTargetToolchain(
self.flavor, spec=spec, config_name=config_name)
toolchain = GetHostToolchain(
self.flavor, spec=spec, config_name=config_name)
defines = config.get('defines', [])
include_dirs = [
for include_dir in config.get('include_dirs', [])
# TODO: This code emulates legacy toolchain behavior. We need to migrate
# to single-responsibility, toolchain-independent GYP keywords as
# per abstract toolchain design doc.
cflags = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset, 'cflags')
cflags_c = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset, 'cflags_c')
cflags_cc = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset, 'cflags_cc')
cflags_mm = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset, 'cflags_mm')
obj = 'obj'
if self.toolset != 'target':
obj += '.' + self.toolset
pdbpath = os.path.normpath(
os.path.join(obj, self.base_dir, + '.pdb'))
self.WriteVariableList('pdbname', [pdbpath])
c_compiler = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.CCompiler, toolchain)
if c_compiler:
c_compiler_flags = c_compiler.GetFlags(defines, include_dirs,
cflags + cflags_c)
'{0}_flags'.format(GetNinjaRuleName(c_compiler, self.toolset)),
cxx_compiler = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.CxxCompiler, toolchain)
if cxx_compiler:
cxx_compiler_flags = cxx_compiler.GetFlags(defines, include_dirs,
cflags + cflags_cc)
'{0}_flags'.format(GetNinjaRuleName(cxx_compiler, self.toolset)),
objcxx_compiler = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.ObjectiveCxxCompiler,
if objcxx_compiler:
objcxx_compiler_flags = objcxx_compiler.GetFlags(
defines, include_dirs, cflags + cflags_cc + cflags_mm)
'{0}_flags'.format(GetNinjaRuleName(objcxx_compiler, self.toolset)),
assembler = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.AssemblerWithCPreprocessor,
if assembler:
assembler_flags = assembler.GetFlags(defines, include_dirs,
cflags + cflags_c)
'{0}_flags'.format(GetNinjaRuleName(assembler, self.toolset)),
outputs = []
for source in sources:
_, extension = os.path.splitext(source)
if extension in ['.c']:
assert c_compiler, ('Toolchain must provide C compiler in order to '
'build {0} for {1} platform.').format(
source, self.toolset)
rule_name = GetNinjaRuleName(c_compiler, self.toolset)
elif extension in ['.cc', '.cpp', '.cxx']:
assert cxx_compiler, ('Toolchain must provide C++ compiler in order '
'to build {0} for {1} platform.').format(
source, self.toolset)
rule_name = GetNinjaRuleName(cxx_compiler, self.toolset)
elif extension in ['.mm']:
assert objcxx_compiler, ('Toolchain must provide Objective-C++ '
'compiler in order to build {0} for {1} '
'platform.').format(source, self.toolset)
rule_name = GetNinjaRuleName(objcxx_compiler, self.toolset)
elif extension in ['.S', '.s']:
assert assembler, ('Toolchain must provide assembler in order to '
'build {0} for {1} platform.').format(
source, self.toolset)
rule_name = GetNinjaRuleName(assembler, self.toolset)
rule_name = None
if rule_name:
input = self.GypPathToNinja(source)
output = '{0}.o'.format(self.GypPathToUniqueOutput(source))
implicit=None, # TODO: Implemenet precompiled headers.
return outputs
def WriteLink(self, spec, config_name, config, link_deps):
"""Write out a link step. Fills out target.binary. """
if self.toolset == 'target':
toolchain = GetTargetToolchain(
toolchain = GetHostToolchain(
shell = GetShell(self.flavor)
extra_bindings = []
target_type = spec['type']
if target_type == 'executable':
executable_linker = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.ExecutableLinker,
assert executable_linker, ('Toolchain must provide executable linker '
'for {0} platform.').format(self.toolset)
rule_name = GetNinjaRuleName(executable_linker, self.toolset)
# TODO: This code emulates legacy toolchain behavior. We need to migrate
# to single-responsibility, toolchain-independent GYP keywords as
# per abstract toolchain design doc.
libraries_keyword = 'libraries{0}'.format('_host' if self.toolset ==
'host' else '')
libraries = spec.get(libraries_keyword, []) + config.get(
libraries_keyword, [])
ldflags_executable = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset,
if not ldflags_executable:
ldflags_executable = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset, 'ldflags')
ldflags = gyp.common.uniquer(
map(self.ExpandSpecial, ldflags_executable + libraries))
executable_linker_flags = executable_linker.GetFlags(ldflags)'{0}_flags'.format(rule_name),
elif target_type == 'shared_library':
shared_library_linker = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.SharedLibraryLinker,
assert shared_library_linker, (
'Toolchain must provide shared library linker '
'for {0} platform.').format(self.toolset)
rule_name = GetNinjaRuleName(shared_library_linker, self.toolset)
# TODO: This code emulates legacy toolchain behavior. We need to migrate
# to single-responsibility, toolchain-independent GYP keywords as
# per abstract toolchain design doc.
libraries_keyword = 'libraries{0}'.format('_host' if self.toolset ==
'host' else '')
libraries = spec.get(libraries_keyword, []) + config.get(
libraries_keyword, [])
ldflags_shared = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset, 'ldflags_shared')
if not ldflags_shared:
ldflags_shared = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset, 'ldflags')
ldflags = gyp.common.uniquer(
map(self.ExpandSpecial, ldflags_shared + libraries))
shared_library_linker_flags = shared_library_linker.GetFlags(ldflags)'{0}_flags'.format(rule_name),
output = self.ComputeOutput(spec)
extra_bindings.append(('soname', os.path.split(output)[1]))
extra_bindings.append(('dll', output))
if '/NOENTRY' not in shared_library_linker_flags:
extra_bindings.append(('implibflag', '/IMPLIB:%s' % output + '.lib'))
raise Exception('Target type {0} is not supported for target {1}.'.format(
target_type, spec['target_name']))
order_only_deps = set()
if 'dependencies' in spec:
# Two kinds of dependencies:
# - Linkable dependencies (like a .a or a .so): add them to the link
# line.
# - Non-linkable dependencies (like a rule that generates a file
# and writes a stamp file): add them to implicit_deps or
# order_only_deps
extra_link_deps = []
for dep in spec['dependencies']:
target = self.target_outputs.get(dep)
if not target:
linkable = target.Linkable()
if linkable:
final_output = target.FinalOutput()
if not linkable or final_output != target.binary:
# dedup the extra link deps while preserving order
seen = set()
extra_link_deps = [
x for x in extra_link_deps if x not in seen and not seen.add(x)
tail_deps = GetConfigFlags(config, self.toolset, 'TailDependencies')
if tail_deps:
link_deps.extend(map(self.ExpandSpecial, tail_deps))
output = self.ComputeOutput(spec) = output
def WriteTarget(self, spec, config_name, config, link_deps, compile_deps):
if spec['type'] == 'none':
# TODO(evan): don't call this function for 'none' target types, as
# it doesn't do anything, and we fake out a 'binary' with a stamp file. = compile_deps
elif spec['type'] == 'static_library': = self.ComputeOutput(spec)
variables = []
if self.toolset == 'target':
toolchain = GetTargetToolchain(
toolchain = GetHostToolchain(
shell = GetShell(self.flavor)
static_linker = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.StaticLinker, toolchain)
if not self.is_standalone_static_library:
static_thin_linker = FindFirstInstanceOf(abstract.StaticThinLinker,
if static_thin_linker:
static_linker = static_thin_linker
assert static_linker, ('Toolchain must provide static linker in order '
'to build {0} for {1} platform.').format(, self.toolset)
rule_name = GetNinjaRuleName(static_linker, self.toolset)
static_linker_flags = static_linker.GetFlags()'{0}_flags'.format(rule_name),
self.WriteLink(spec, config_name, config, link_deps)
def WriteMacBundle(self, spec, mac_bundle_depends):
assert self.is_mac_bundle
package_framework = spec['type'] in ('shared_library', 'loadable_module')
output = self.ComputeMacBundleOutput()
postbuild = self.GetPostbuildCommand(
is_command_start=not package_framework)
variables = []
if postbuild:
variables.append(('postbuilds', postbuild))
if package_framework:
variables.append(('version', self.xcode_settings.GetFrameworkVersion()))
output, 'package_framework', mac_bundle_depends, variables=variables)
else:, 'stamp', mac_bundle_depends, variables=variables) = output
return output
def GetSortedXcodeEnv(self, additional_settings=None):
"""Returns the variables Xcode would set for build steps."""
assert self.abs_build_dir
abs_build_dir = self.abs_build_dir
return gyp.xcode_emulation.GetSortedXcodeEnv(
self.xcode_settings, abs_build_dir,
os.path.join(abs_build_dir, self.build_to_base), self.config_name,
def GetSortedXcodePostbuildEnv(self):
"""Returns the variables Xcode would set for postbuild steps."""
postbuild_settings = {}
# CHROMIUM_STRIP_SAVE_FILE is a chromium-specific hack.
# TODO(thakis): It would be nice to have some general mechanism instead.
strip_save_file = self.xcode_settings.GetPerTargetSetting(
if strip_save_file:
postbuild_settings['CHROMIUM_STRIP_SAVE_FILE'] = strip_save_file
return self.GetSortedXcodeEnv(additional_settings=postbuild_settings)
def GetPostbuildCommand(self,
"""Returns a shell command that runs all the postbuilds, and removes
|output| if any of them fails. If |is_command_start| is False, then the
returned string will start with ' && '.
if not self.xcode_settings or spec['type'] == 'none' or not output:
return ''
output = QuoteShellArgument(output, self.flavor)
target_postbuilds = self.xcode_settings.GetTargetPostbuilds(
os.path.normpath(os.path.join(self.base_to_build, output)),
os.path.normpath(os.path.join(self.base_to_build, output_binary)),
postbuilds = gyp.xcode_emulation.GetSpecPostbuildCommands(spec, quiet=True)
postbuilds = target_postbuilds + postbuilds
if not postbuilds:
return ''
# Postbuilds expect to be run in the gyp file's directory, so insert an
# implicit postbuild to cd to there.
0, gyp.common.EncodePOSIXShellList(['cd', self.build_to_base]))
env = self.ComputeExportEnvString(self.GetSortedXcodePostbuildEnv())
# G will be non-null if any postbuild fails. Run all postbuilds in a
# subshell.
commands = env + ' (F=0; ' + \
' '.join([ninja_syntax.escape(command) + ' || F=$$?;'
for command in postbuilds])
command_string = (
commands + ' exit $$F); G=$$?; '
# Remove the final output if any postbuild failed.
'((exit $$G) || rm -rf %s) ' % output + '&& exit $$G)')
if is_command_start:
return '(' + command_string + ' && '
return '$ && (' + command_string
def ComputeExportEnvString(self, env):
"""Given an environment, returns a string looking like
'export FOO=foo; export BAR="${FOO} bar;'
that exports |env| to the shell.
export_str = []
for k, v in env:
'export %s=%s;' %
(k, ninja_syntax.escape(gyp.common.EncodePOSIXShellArgument(v))))
return ' '.join(export_str)
def ComputeMacBundleOutput(self):
"""Return the 'output' (full output path) to a bundle output directory."""
assert self.is_mac_bundle
path = self.ExpandSpecial(generator_default_variables['PRODUCT_DIR'])
return os.path.join(path, self.xcode_settings.GetWrapperName())
def ComputeOutputFileName(self, spec, type=None):
"""Compute the filename of the final output for the current target."""
if not type:
type = spec['type']
default_variables = GetGeneratorVariables(self.flavor)
# Compute filename prefix: the product prefix, or a default for
# the product type.
'loadable_module': default_variables['SHARED_LIB_PREFIX'],
'shared_library': default_variables['SHARED_LIB_PREFIX'],
'static_library': default_variables['STATIC_LIB_PREFIX'],
'executable': default_variables['EXECUTABLE_PREFIX'],
prefix = spec.get('product_prefix', DEFAULT_PREFIX.get(type, ''))
# Compute filename extension: the product extension, or a default
# for the product type.
'loadable_module': default_variables['SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX'],
'shared_library': default_variables['SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX'],
'static_library': default_variables['STATIC_LIB_SUFFIX'],
'executable': default_variables['EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX'],
extension = spec.get('product_extension')
if extension:
extension = '.' + extension
elif self.toolset == 'host':
# TODO: Based on a type of target, ask a corresponding
# tool from a toolchain to compute the file name.
if is_windows:
extension = '.exe'
extension = ''
extension = DEFAULT_EXTENSION.get(type, '')
if 'product_name' in spec:
# If we were given an explicit name, use that.
target = spec['product_name']
# Otherwise, derive a name from the target name.
target = spec['target_name']
if prefix == 'lib':
# Snip out an extra 'lib' from libs if appropriate.
target = StripPrefix(target, 'lib')
if type in ('static_library', 'loadable_module', 'shared_library',
return '%s%s%s' % (prefix, target, extension)
elif type == 'none':
return '%s.stamp' % target
raise Exception('Unhandled output type %s' % type)
def ComputeOutput(self, spec, type=None):
"""Compute the path for the final output of the spec."""
assert not self.is_mac_bundle or type
if not type:
type = spec['type']
if self.flavor == 'win':
override = GetToolchainOrNone(
self.config_name, self.ExpandSpecial)
if override:
return override
if self.flavor == 'mac' and type in ('static_library', 'executable',
'shared_library', 'loadable_module'):
filename = self.xcode_settings.GetExecutablePath()
filename = self.ComputeOutputFileName(spec, type)
if 'product_dir' in spec:
path = os.path.join(spec['product_dir'], filename)
return self.ExpandSpecial(path)
# Some products go into the output root, libraries go into shared library
# dir, and everything else goes into the normal place.
type_in_output_root = ['executable', 'loadable_module']
if self.flavor == 'mac' and self.toolset == 'target':
type_in_output_root += ['shared_library', 'static_library']
elif self.flavor == 'win' and self.toolset == 'target':
type_in_output_root += ['shared_library']
if type in type_in_output_root or self.is_standalone_static_library:
return filename
elif type == 'shared_library':
libdir = 'lib'
if self.toolset != 'target':
libdir = os.path.join('lib', '%s' % self.toolset)
return os.path.join(libdir, filename)
return self.GypPathToUniqueOutput(filename, qualified=False)
def WriteVariableList(self, var, values):
assert not isinstance(values, str)
if values is None:
values = [], ' '.join(values))
def WriteNewNinjaRule(self, name, args, description, is_cygwin, env):
"""Write out a new ninja "rule" statement for a given command.
Returns the name of the new rule, and a copy of |args| with variables
if self.flavor == 'win':
args = [
arg, self.base_to_build, config=self.config_name) for arg in args
description = GetToolchainOrNone(
description, config=self.config_name)
elif self.flavor == 'mac':
# |env| is an empty list on non-mac.
args = [gyp.xcode_emulation.ExpandEnvVars(arg, env) for arg in args]
description = gyp.xcode_emulation.ExpandEnvVars(description, env)
# TODO: we shouldn't need to qualify names; we do it because
# currently the ninja rule namespace is global, but it really
# should be scoped to the subninja.
rule_name =
if self.toolset == 'target':
rule_name += '.' + self.toolset
rule_name += '.' + name
rule_name = re.sub('[^a-zA-Z0-9_]', '_', rule_name)
# Remove variable references, but not if they refer to the magic rule
# variables. This is not quite right, as it also protects these for
# actions, not just for rules where they are valid. Good enough.
protect = ['${root}', '${dirname}', '${source}', '${ext}', '${name}']
protect = '(?!' + '|'.join(map(re.escape, protect)) + ')'
description = re.sub(protect + r'\$', '_', description)
# gyp dictates that commands are run from the base directory.
# cd into the directory before running, and adjust paths in
# the arguments to point to the proper locations.
rspfile = None
rspfile_content = None
args = [self.ExpandSpecial(arg, self.base_to_build) for arg in args]
if (self.flavor in windows_host_flavors and is_windows):
rspfile = rule_name + '.$unique_name.rsp'
# The cygwin case handles this inside the bash sub-shell.
run_in = ' ' + self.build_to_base
if self.flavor in sony_flavors or self.flavor in nintendo_flavors:
rspfile_content = gyp.msvs_emulation.EncodeRspFileList(args)
rspfile_content = GetToolchainOrNone(
command = ('%s gyp-win-tool action-wrapper $arch ' % sys.executable +
rspfile + run_in)
env = self.ComputeExportEnvString(env)
command = gyp.common.EncodePOSIXShellList(args)
command = 'cd %s; ' % self.build_to_base + env + command
# GYP rules/actions express being no-ops by not touching their outputs.
# Avoid executing downstream dependencies in this case by specifying
# restat=1 to ninja.
return rule_name, args
def CalculateVariables(default_variables, params):
"""Calculate additional variables for use in the build (called by gyp)."""
global generator_additional_non_configuration_keys
global generator_additional_path_sections
flavor = gyp.common.GetFlavor(params)
if flavor == 'mac':
default_variables.setdefault('OS', 'mac')
default_variables.setdefault('SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX', '.dylib')
# Copy additional generator configuration data from Xcode, which is shared
# by the Mac Ninja generator.
import gyp.generator.xcode as xcode_generator
generator_additional_non_configuration_keys = getattr(
xcode_generator, 'generator_additional_non_configuration_keys', [])
generator_additional_path_sections = getattr(
xcode_generator, 'generator_additional_path_sections', [])
global generator_extra_sources_for_rules
generator_extra_sources_for_rules = getattr(
xcode_generator, 'generator_extra_sources_for_rules', [])
elif flavor in sony_flavors or flavor in nintendo_flavors:
if flavor in sony_flavors:
default_variables['EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX'] = '.elf'
default_variables['EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX'] = '.exe'
default_variables['SHARED_LIB_PREFIX'] = 'lib'
default_variables['SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX'] = '.so'
# Copy additional generator configuration data from VS, which is shared
# by the Windows Ninja generator.
import gyp.generator.msvs as msvs_generator
generator_additional_non_configuration_keys = getattr(
msvs_generator, 'generator_additional_non_configuration_keys', [])
generator_additional_path_sections = getattr(
msvs_generator, 'generator_additional_path_sections', [])
operating_system = flavor
if flavor == 'android':
operating_system = 'linux' # Keep this legacy behavior for now.
default_variables.setdefault('OS', operating_system)
default_variables.setdefault('SHARED_LIB_SUFFIX', '.so')
os.path.join('$!PRODUCT_DIR', 'lib'))
os.path.join('$!PRODUCT_DIR', 'obj'))
def ComputeOutputDir(params):
"""Returns the path from the toplevel_dir to the build output directory."""
# generator_dir: relative path from pwd to where make puts build files.
# Makes migrating from make to ninja easier, ninja doesn't put anything here.
generator_dir = os.path.relpath(params['options'].generator_output or '.')
# output_dir: relative path from generator_dir to the build directory.
output_dir = params.get('generator_flags', {}).get('output_dir', 'out')
# Relative path from source root to our output files. e.g. "out"
return os.path.normpath(os.path.join(generator_dir, output_dir))
def CalculateGeneratorInputInfo(params):
"""Called by __init__ to initialize generator values based on params."""
user_config = params.get('generator_flags', {}).get('config', None)
toplevel = params['options'].toplevel_dir
qualified_out_dir = os.path.normpath(
os.path.join(toplevel, ComputeOutputDir(params), user_config, 'gypfiles'))
global generator_filelist_paths
generator_filelist_paths = {
'toplevel': toplevel,
'qualified_out_dir': qualified_out_dir,
def OpenOutput(path, mode='w'):
"""Open |path| for writing, creating directories if necessary."""
except OSError:
return open(path, mode)
def MaybeWritePathVariable(ninja, tool, toolset):
if tool.GetPath():
ninja.variable('{0}_path'.format(GetNinjaRuleName(tool, toolset)),
def MaybeWriteExtraFlagsVariable(ninja, tool, toolset, shell):
if tool.GetExtraFlags():
ninja.variable('{0}_extra_flags'.format(GetNinjaRuleName(tool, toolset)),
def MaybeWritePool(ninja, tool, toolset):
if tool.GetMaxConcurrentProcesses():
'{0}_pool'.format(GetNinjaRuleName(tool, toolset)),
def MaybeWriteRule(ninja, tool, toolset, shell):
if tool.GetRuleName():
name = GetNinjaRuleName(tool, toolset)
path = '${0}_path'.format(name)
extra_flags = '${0}_extra_flags'.format(name)
flags = '${0}_flags'.format(name)
pool = '{0}_pool'.format(name) if tool.GetMaxConcurrentProcesses() else None
tool.GetCommand(path, extra_flags, flags, shell),
def GenerateOutputForConfig(target_list, target_dicts, data, params,
options = params['options']
flavor = gyp.common.GetFlavor(params)
generator_flags = params.get('generator_flags', {})
# build_dir: relative path from source root to our output files.
# e.g. "out/Debug"
build_dir = os.path.normpath(
os.path.join(ComputeOutputDir(params), config_name))
toplevel_build = os.path.join(options.toplevel_dir, build_dir)
master_ninja = ninja_syntax.Writer(
OpenOutput(os.path.join(toplevel_build, '')), width=120)
case_sensitive_filesystem = True
build_file, _, _ = gyp.common.ParseQualifiedTarget(target_list[0])
make_global_settings = data[build_file].get('make_global_settings', [])
# To avoid duplication, platform-agnostic tools (such as stamp and copy)
# will be processed only in the host toolchain.
target_toolchain = [
target_tool for target_tool in GetTargetToolchain(flavor)
if not target_tool.IsPlatformAgnostic()
host_toolchain = GetHostToolchain(flavor)
shell = GetShell(flavor)
for target_tool in target_toolchain:
MaybeWritePathVariable(master_ninja, target_tool, 'target')
for host_tool in host_toolchain:
MaybeWritePathVariable(master_ninja, host_tool, 'host')
for target_tool in target_toolchain:
MaybeWriteExtraFlagsVariable(master_ninja, target_tool, 'target', shell)
for host_tool in host_toolchain:
MaybeWriteExtraFlagsVariable(master_ninja, host_tool, 'host', shell)
for target_tool in target_toolchain:
MaybeWritePool(master_ninja, target_tool, 'target')
for host_tool in host_toolchain:
MaybeWritePool(master_ninja, host_tool, 'host')
for target_tool in target_toolchain:
MaybeWriteRule(master_ninja, target_tool, 'target', shell)
for host_tool in host_toolchain:
MaybeWriteRule(master_ninja, host_tool, 'host', shell)
# Copy the gyp-win-tool to the toplevel_build.
# Also write python to the master_ninja.
if is_windows:
gyp.common.CopyTool(flavor, toplevel_build)
if GetToolchainOrNone(flavor):
toplevel_build, generator_flags, OpenOutput)
generator_flags, OpenOutput)
# Write python executables to the master ninja.
# Let 'python' resolve to what environment is active.
# Assume this file is executed using python2.
master_ninja.variable('python2', sys.executable)
# Don't write python3 exectuable until we ensure it's in docker containers.
# python3_executable = 'py -3' if is_windows else 'python3'
# cmd = ('{} -c "import os; import sys; '
# 'print(os.path.dirname(sys.executable))"').format(python3_executable)
# python3_location = subprocess.check_output(cmd, shell=True).strip()
# master_ninja.variable('python3', python3_location)
# master_ninja.newline()
all_targets = set()
for build_file in params['build_files']:
for target in gyp.common.AllTargets(target_list, target_dicts,
all_outputs = set()
# target_outputs is a map from qualified target name to a Target object.
target_outputs = {}
# target_short_names is a map from target short name to a list of Target
# objects.
target_short_names = {}
default_project = None
for qualified_target in target_list:
# qualified_target is like: third_party/icu/icu.gyp:icui18n#target
build_file, name, toolset = \
this_make_global_settings = data[build_file].get('make_global_settings', [])
assert make_global_settings == this_make_global_settings, (
'make_global_settings needs to be the same for all targets.')
spec = target_dicts[qualified_target]
if spec.get('default_project', 0):
if default_project is None or default_project == name:
default_project = name
raise Exception('More than one default_project specified.'
'First in {0} and now in {1}'.format(
default_project, name))
if flavor == 'mac':
gyp.xcode_emulation.MergeGlobalXcodeSettingsToSpec(data[build_file], spec)
build_file = gyp.common.RelativePath(build_file, options.toplevel_dir)
base_path = os.path.dirname(build_file)
obj = 'obj'
if toolset != 'target':
obj += '.' + toolset
output_file = os.path.join(obj, base_path, name + '.ninja')
abs_build_dir = os.path.abspath(toplevel_build)
writer = NinjaWriter(
OpenOutput(os.path.join(toplevel_build, output_file)),
target = writer.WriteSpec(spec, config_name, generator_flags)
if target:
if name != target.FinalOutput():
out_name = name
if toolset != 'target':
out_name = out_name + '.' + toolset
target_short_names.setdefault(out_name, []).append(target)
target_outputs[qualified_target] = target
if qualified_target in all_targets:
if target_short_names:
# Write a short name to build this target. This benefits both the
# "build chrome" case as well as the gyp tests, which expect to be
# able to run actions and build libraries by their short name.
master_ninja.comment('Short names for targets.')
for short_name in target_short_names:
short_name, 'phony',
[x.FinalOutput() for x in target_short_names[short_name]])
if all_outputs:
master_ninja.newline()'all', 'phony', list(all_outputs))
if default_project:
def PerformBuild(data, configurations, params):
options = params['options']
for config in configurations:
builddir = os.path.join(options.toplevel_dir, 'out', config)
arguments = ['ninja', '-C', builddir]
print('Building [%s]: %s' % (config, arguments))
def CallGenerateOutputForConfig(arglist):
# Ignore the interrupt signal so that the parent process catches it and
# kills all multiprocessing children.
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal.SIG_IGN)
(target_list, target_dicts, data, params, config_name) = arglist
GenerateOutputForConfig(target_list, target_dicts, data, params, config_name)
def GenerateOutput(target_list, target_dicts, data, params):
user_config = params.get('generator_flags', {}).get('config', None)
# TODO: Replace MSVSUtil with calls to abstract toolchain.
if gyp.common.GetFlavor(params) in microsoft_flavors:
target_list, target_dicts = MSVSUtil.ShardTargets(target_list, target_dicts)
if user_config:
GenerateOutputForConfig(target_list, target_dicts, data, params,
config_names = target_dicts[target_list[0]]['configurations'].keys()
if params['parallel']:
pool = multiprocessing.Pool(len(config_names))
arglists = []
for config_name in config_names:
(target_list, target_dicts, data, params, config_name)), arglists)
except KeyboardInterrupt as e:
raise e
for config_name in config_names:
GenerateOutputForConfig(target_list, target_dicts, data, params,