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# Platform specific configuration for Linux on Starboard. Automatically
# included by gyp_cobalt in all .gyp files by Cobalt together with base.gypi.
'variables': {
'target_arch%': 'x64',
'target_os': 'linux',
#'starboard_path%': 'starboard/linux/x64x11',
'in_app_dial%': 1,
# This should have a default value in cobalt/base.gypi. See the comment
# there for acceptable values for this variable.
'cobalt_media_source_2016': 1,
'platform_libraries': [
'compiler_flags': [
# We'll pretend not to be Linux, but Starboard instead.
# Using an inner scope for 'variables' so that it can be made a default
# (and so overridden elsewhere), but yet still used immediately in this
# file.
'variables': {
'use_dlmalloc_allocator%': 0,
'conditions': [
['use_dlmalloc_allocator==1 and use_asan==0', {
'linker_flags': [
# If we're not using the system allocator (e.g. we are using dlmalloc
# and ASAN is inactive) then we should never be making any calls to
# malloc() or free(). The following linker flags ensure that they
# are not linked in because we don't actually implement the wrapped
# version of them. We do link them in when using ASAN, as it needs to
# use its own version of these allocators in the Starboard
# implementation.
'target_defaults': {
'defines': [
# Cobalt on Linux flag
'__STDC_FORMAT_MACROS', # so that we get PRI*
# Enable GNU extensions to get prototypes like ffsl.
}, # end of target_defaults