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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright 2014 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.
""" -- Chromium version string substitution utility.
from __future__ import print_function
import argparse
import os
import sys
import android_chrome_version
def FetchValuesFromFile(values_dict, file_name):
Fetches KEYWORD=VALUE settings from the specified file.
Everything to the left of the first '=' is the keyword,
everything to the right is the value. No stripping of
white space, so beware.
The file must exist, otherwise you get the Python exception from open().
for line in open(file_name, 'r').readlines():
key, val = line.rstrip('\r\n').split('=', 1)
values_dict[key] = val
def FetchValues(file_list, is_official_build=None):
Returns a dictionary of values to be used for substitution.
Populates the dictionary with KEYWORD=VALUE settings from the files in
Explicitly adds the following value from internal calculations:
if CHROME_BUILD_TYPE == '_official' or is_official_build:
official_build = '1'
official_build = '0'
values = dict(
OFFICIAL_BUILD = official_build,
for file_name in file_list:
FetchValuesFromFile(values, file_name)
return values
def SubstTemplate(contents, values):
Returns the template with substituted values from the specified dictionary.
Keywords to be substituted are surrounded by '@': @KEYWORD@.
No attempt is made to avoid recursive substitution. The order
of evaluation is random based on the order of the keywords returned
by the Python dictionary. So do NOT substitute a value that
contains any @KEYWORD@ strings expecting them to be recursively
substituted, okay?
for key, val in values.items():
contents = contents.replace('@' + key + '@', val)
except TypeError:
print(repr(key), repr(val))
return contents
def SubstFile(file_name, values):
Returns the contents of the specified file_name with substituted values.
Substituted values come from the specified dictionary.
This is like SubstTemplate, except it operates on a file.
template = open(file_name, 'r').read()
return SubstTemplate(template, values)
def WriteIfChanged(file_name, contents):
Writes the specified contents to the specified file_name.
Does nothing if the contents aren't different than the current contents.
old_contents = open(file_name, 'r').read()
except EnvironmentError:
if contents == old_contents:
open(file_name, 'w').write(contents)
def BuildParser():
"""Build argparse parser, with added arguments."""
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument('-f', '--file', action='append', default=[],
help='Read variables from FILE.')
parser.add_argument('-i', '--input', default=None,
help='Read strings to substitute from FILE.')
parser.add_argument('-o', '--output', default=None,
help='Write substituted strings to FILE.')
parser.add_argument('-t', '--template', default=None,
help='Use TEMPLATE as the strings to substitute.')
help='Evaluate VAL after reading variables. Can be used '
'to synthesize variables. e.g. -e \'PATCH_HI=int('
help='Set which cpu architecture the build is for.')
parser.add_argument('--os', default=None, help='Set the target os.')
parser.add_argument('--official', action='store_true',
help='Whether the current build should be an official '
'build, used in addition to the environment '
help='Whether the current build should be a "next" '
'build, which targets pre-release versions of '
parser.add_argument('args', nargs=argparse.REMAINDER,
help='For compatibility: INPUT and OUTPUT can be '
'passed as positional arguments.')
return parser
def BuildEvals(options, parser):
"""Construct a dict of passed '-e' arguments for evaluating."""
evals = {}
for expression in options.eval:
evals.update(dict([expression.split('=', 1)]))
except ValueError:
parser.error('-e requires VAR=VAL')
return evals
def ModifyOptionsCompat(options, parser):
"""Support compatibility with old versions.
Specifically, for old versions that considered the first two
positional arguments shorthands for --input and --output.
while len(options.args) and (options.input is None or options.output is None):
if options.input is None:
options.input = options.args.pop(0)
elif options.output is None:
options.output = options.args.pop(0)
if options.args:
parser.error('Unexpected arguments: %r' % options.args)
def GenerateValues(options, evals):
"""Construct a dict of raw values used to generate output.
e.g. this could return a dict like
'BUILD': 74,
which would be used to resolve a template like
'build = "@BUILD@"' into 'build = "74"'
values = FetchValues(options.file, options.official)
for key, val in evals.items():
values[key] = str(eval(val, globals(), values))
if options.os == 'android':
android_chrome_version_codes = android_chrome_version.GenerateVersionCodes(
values, options.arch,
return values
def GenerateOutputContents(options, values):
"""Construct output string (e.g. from template).
options -- argparse parsed arguments
values -- dict with raw values used to resolve the keywords in a template
if options.template is not None:
return SubstTemplate(options.template, values)
elif options.input:
return SubstFile(options.input, values)
# Generate a default set of version information.
return """MAJOR=%(MAJOR)s
""" % values
def BuildOutput(args):
"""Gets all input and output values needed for writing output."""
# Build argparse parser with arguments
parser = BuildParser()
options = parser.parse_args(args)
# Get dict of passed '-e' arguments for evaluating
evals = BuildEvals(options, parser)
# For compatibility with interface that considered first two positional
# arguments shorthands for --input and --output.
ModifyOptionsCompat(options, parser)
# Get the raw values that will be used the generate the output
values = GenerateValues(options, evals)
# Get the output string
contents = GenerateOutputContents(options, values)
return {'options': options, 'contents': contents}
def main():
output = BuildOutput(sys.argv[1:])
if output['options'].output is not None:
WriteIfChanged(output['options'].output, output['contents'])
return 0
if __name__ == '__main__':