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#!/usr/bin/env vpython
# Copyright 2015 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Utility for reading / writing command-line flag files on device(s)."""
from __future__ import print_function
import argparse
import logging
import sys
import devil_chromium
from import device_errors
from import device_utils
from import flag_changer
from import script_common
from devil.utils import cmd_helper
from devil.utils import logging_common
def CheckBuildTypeSupportsFlags(device, command_line_flags_file):
is_webview = command_line_flags_file == 'webview-command-line'
if device.IsUserBuild() and is_webview:
raise device_errors.CommandFailedError(
'WebView only respects flags on a userdebug or eng device, yours '
'is a user build.', device)
elif device.IsUserBuild():
'Your device (%s) is a user build; Chrome may or may not pick up '
'your commandline flags. Check your '
'"command_line_on_non_rooted_enabled" preference, or switch '
'devices.', device)
def main():
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description=__doc__)
parser.usage = '''%(prog)s --name FILENAME [--device SERIAL] [flags...]
No flags: Prints existing command-line file.
Empty string: Deletes command-line file.
Otherwise: Writes command-line file.
parser.add_argument('--name', required=True,
help='Name of file where to store flags on the device.')
parser.add_argument('-e', '--executable', dest='executable', default='chrome',
help='(deprecated) No longer used.')
args, remote_args = parser.parse_known_args()
devices = device_utils.DeviceUtils.HealthyDevices(device_arg=args.devices,
all_devices = device_utils.DeviceUtils.parallel(devices)
if not remote_args:
# No args == do not update, just print flags.
remote_args = None
action = ''
elif len(remote_args) == 1 and not remote_args[0]:
# Single empty string arg == delete flags
remote_args = []
action = 'Deleted command line file. '
action = 'Wrote command line file. '
def update_flags(device):
changer = flag_changer.FlagChanger(device,
if remote_args is not None:
flags = changer.ReplaceFlags(remote_args)
flags = changer.GetCurrentFlags()
return (device, device.build_description, flags)
updated_values = all_devices.pMap(update_flags).pGet(None)
print('%sCurrent flags (in %s):' % (action,
for d, desc, flags in updated_values:
if flags:
# Shell-quote flags for easy copy/paste as new args on the terminal.
quoted_flags = ' '.join(cmd_helper.SingleQuote(f) for f in sorted(flags))
quoted_flags = '( empty )'
print(' %s (%s): %s' % (d, desc, quoted_flags))
return 0
if __name__ == '__main__':