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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
from __future__ import print_function
import os
from mozbuild.util import FileAvoidWrite

header_template = '''#pragma GCC system_header
#pragma GCC visibility push(default)
{includes}
#pragma GCC visibility pop
'''

include_next_template = '#include_next <{header}>'


# The 'unused' arg is the output file from the file_generate action. We actually
# generate all the files in header_list
def gen_wrappers(unused, outdir, *header_list):
    for header in header_list:
        with FileAvoidWrite(os.path.join(outdir, header)) as f:
            includes = include_next_template.format(header=header)
            if header == 'wayland-util.h':
                # wayland-util.h in Wayland < 1.12 includes math.h inside an
                # extern "C" block, which breaks including the header from C++.
                # This was fixed in Wayland 1.12, but for versions earlier than
                # that, we work around that by force-including math.h first.
                includes = '#include <math.h>\n' + includes
            elif header == 'wayland-client.h':
                # The system wayland-client.h uses quote includes for
                # wayland-util.h, which means wayland-util.h is picked from the
                # directory containing wayland-client.h first, and there's no
                # way around that with -I, -isystem, or other flags. So, we
                # force to include it from our wrapper, before including the
                # system header, so that our wayland-util.h wrapper is picked
                # first.
                includes = '#include "wayland-util.h"\n' + includes
            f.write(header_template.format(includes=includes))