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# -*- Mode: python; indent-tabs-mode: nil; tab-width: 40 -*-
# vim: set filetype=python:
# 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
# Templates implementing some generic checks.
# ==============================================================
# Declare some exceptions. This is cumbersome, but since we shouldn't need a
# lot of them, let's stack them all here. When adding a new one, put it in the
# _declare_exceptions template, and add it to the return statement. Then
# destructure in the assignment below the function declaration.
@imports(_from="__builtin__", _import="Exception")
def _declare_exceptions():
class FatalCheckError(Exception):
"""An exception to throw from a function decorated with @checking.
It will result in calling die() with the given message.
Debugging messages emitted from the decorated function will also be
printed out."""
return (FatalCheckError,)
(FatalCheckError,) = _declare_exceptions()
del _declare_exceptions
# Helper to display "checking" messages
# @checking('for foo')
# def foo():
# return 'foo'
# is equivalent to:
# def foo():
#'checking for foo... ')
# ret = foo
# return ret
# This can be combined with e.g. @depends:
# @depends(some_option)
# @checking('for something')
# def check(value):
# ...
# An optional callback can be given, that will be used to format the returned
# value when displaying it.
def checking(what, callback=None):
def decorator(func):
def wrapped(*args, **kwargs):"checking %s... ", what)
with log.queue_debug():
error, ret = None, None
ret = func(*args, **kwargs)
except FatalCheckError as e:
error = str(e)
display_ret = callback(ret) if callback else ret
if display_ret is True:"yes")
elif display_ret is False or display_ret is None:"no")
if error is not None:
return ret
return wrapped
return decorator
# Template to check for programs in $PATH.
# - `var` is the name of the variable that will be set with `set_config` when
# the program is found.
# - `progs` is a list (or tuple) of program names that will be searched for.
# It can also be a reference to a @depends function that returns such a
# list. If the list is empty and there is no input, the check is skipped.
# - `what` is a human readable description of what is being looked for. It
# defaults to the lowercase version of `var`.
# - `input` is a string reference to an existing option or a reference to a
# @depends function resolving to explicit input for the program check.
# The default is to create an option for the environment variable `var`.
# This argument allows to use a different kind of option (possibly using a
# configure flag), or doing some pre-processing with a @depends function.
# - `allow_missing` indicates whether not finding the program is an error.
# - `paths` is a list of paths or @depends function returning a list of paths
# that will cause the given path(s) to be searched rather than $PATH. Input
# paths may either be individual paths or delimited by os.pathsep, to allow
# passing $PATH (for example) as an element.
# - `bootstrap` is a path relative to the bootstrap root path (e.g ~/.mozbuild)
# where to find the program if it's bootstrapped.
# - `validate` is a callback function that takes a path and returns True if
# the program at that location is appropriate or not, or False if not.
# when the callback returns False, check_prog ignores the program and goes
# on to the next from the `progs` list.
# - `bootstrap_search_path` is not an argument that users of the template are
# supposed to pass. See the override of check_prog in top-level moz.configure.
# The simplest form is:
# check_prog('PROG', ('a', 'b'))
# This will look for 'a' or 'b' in $PATH, and set_config PROG to the one
# it can find. If PROG is already set from the environment or command line,
# use that value instead.
@imports(_from="mozbuild.shellutil", _import="quote")
def check_prog(
if input is not None:
# Wrap input with type checking and normalization.
@depends(input, when=when)
def input(value):
if not value:
if isinstance(value, str):
return (value,)
if isinstance(value, (tuple, list)) and len(value) == 1:
return value
"input must resolve to a tuple or a list with a "
"single element, or a string"
help="Path to %s" % (what or "the %s program" % var.lower()),
input = var
what = what or var.lower()
# Trick to make a @depends function out of an immediate value.
progs = dependable(progs)
paths = dependable(paths)
allow_missing = dependable(allow_missing)
if bootstrap:
if input is var:
# A when is needed when depending on an option, so normalize
# to a function that can used without.
has_input = depends(input, when=when)(lambda x: x)
has_input = input
# We don't want to bootstrap when an explicit value was given as input.
if when:
bootstrap_when = depends(when, has_input)(lambda w, i: w and not i)
bootstrap_when = depends(has_input)(lambda i: not i)
paths = bootstrap_search_path(bootstrap, paths, when=bootstrap_when)
# Avoid displaying the "Checking for" message when the inputs are such
# that we don't actually want anything to be checked. It is a bit
# convoluted because of how `when` works.
# We first wrap all the inputs except allow_missing (which doesn't count
# for whether to display the "Checking for" message).
@depends_if(input, progs, paths, when=when)
def inputs(input, progs, paths):
if progs is None:
progs = ()
if not isinstance(progs, (tuple, list)):
configure_error("progs must resolve to a list or tuple!")
return namespace(value=input, progs=progs, paths=paths)
@depends(inputs, allow_missing, when=inputs)
@checking("for %s" % what, lambda x: quote(x) if x else "not found")
def check(inputs, allow_missing):
value = inputs.value
progs = inputs.progs
paths = inputs.paths
for prog in value or progs:
log.debug("%s: Looking for %s", var.lower(), quote(prog))
result = find_program(prog, paths, allow_spaces)
if validate and result and not validate(result):
log.debug("%s: %s found but didn't work", var.lower(), quote(result))
if result:
return result
if not allow_missing or value:
raise FatalCheckError("Cannot find %s" % what)
set_config(var, check)
return check