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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 http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
include("build/moz.configure/init.configure")
# Note:
# - Gecko-specific options and rules should go in toolkit/moz.configure.
# - Firefox-specific options and rules should go in browser/moz.configure.
# - Fennec-specific options and rules should go in
# mobile/android/moz.configure.
# - Spidermonkey-specific options and rules should go in js/moz.configure.
# - etc.
option(
"--enable-artifact-builds",
env="MOZ_ARTIFACT_BUILDS",
help="Download and use prebuilt binary artifacts.",
)
@depends("--enable-artifact-builds")
def artifact_builds(value):
if value:
return True
set_config("MOZ_ARTIFACT_BUILDS", artifact_builds)
imply_option(
"--enable-artifact-build-symbols",
depends(artifact_builds)(lambda v: False if v is None else None),
reason="--disable-artifact-builds",
)
option(
"--enable-artifact-build-symbols",
nargs="?",
choices=("full",),
help="Download symbols when artifact builds are enabled.",
)
@depends("--enable-artifact-build-symbols", "MOZ_AUTOMATION", target)
def enable_artifact_build_symbols(value, automation, target):
if len(value):
return value[0]
if bool(value):
if target.os == "Android" and not automation:
return "full"
return True
return None
set_config("MOZ_ARTIFACT_BUILD_SYMBOLS", enable_artifact_build_symbols)
@depends("--enable-artifact-builds")
def imply_disable_compile_environment(value):
if value:
return False
option(
env="MOZ_COPY_PDBS",
help="For builds that do not support symbols in the normal fashion,"
" generate and copy them into the resulting build archive.",
)
set_config("MOZ_COPY_PDBS", depends_if("MOZ_COPY_PDBS")(lambda _: True))
imply_option("--enable-compile-environment", imply_disable_compile_environment)
option("--disable-compile-environment", help="Disable compiler/library checks")
@depends("--disable-compile-environment")
def compile_environment(compile_env):
if compile_env:
return True
set_config("COMPILE_ENVIRONMENT", compile_environment)
add_old_configure_assignment("COMPILE_ENVIRONMENT", compile_environment)
option("--disable-tests", help="Do not build test libraries & programs")
@depends("--disable-tests")
def enable_tests(value):
if value:
return True
set_config("ENABLE_TESTS", enable_tests)
set_define("ENABLE_TESTS", enable_tests)
@depends(enable_tests)
def gtest_has_rtti(value):
if value:
return "0"
set_define("GTEST_HAS_RTTI", gtest_has_rtti)
@depends(target, enable_tests)
def linux_gtest_defines(target, enable_tests):
if enable_tests and target.os == "Android":
return namespace(os_linux_android=True, use_own_tr1_tuple=True, has_clone="0")
set_define("GTEST_OS_LINUX_ANDROID", linux_gtest_defines.os_linux_android)
set_define("GTEST_USE_OWN_TR1_TUPLE", linux_gtest_defines.use_own_tr1_tuple)
set_define("GTEST_HAS_CLONE", linux_gtest_defines.has_clone)
option(
"--enable-debug",
nargs="?",
help="Enable building with developer debug info "
"(using the given compiler flags).",
)
@depends("--enable-debug")
def moz_debug(debug):
if debug:
return bool(debug)
set_config("MOZ_DEBUG", moz_debug)
set_define("MOZ_DEBUG", moz_debug)
# Override any value MOZ_DEBUG may have from the environment when passing it
# down to old-configure.
add_old_configure_assignment("MOZ_DEBUG", depends("--enable-debug")(lambda x: bool(x)))
option(
"--with-debug-label",
nargs="+",
help="Debug DEBUG_<value> for each comma-separated value given",
)
@depends(moz_debug, "--with-debug-label")
def debug_defines(debug, labels):
if debug:
return ["DEBUG"] + ["DEBUG_%s" % label for label in labels]
return ["NDEBUG", "TRIMMED"]
set_config("MOZ_DEBUG_DEFINES", debug_defines)
option(
"--enable-rust-debug",
default=depends(when="--enable-debug")(lambda: True),
help="{Build|Do not build} Rust code with debug assertions turned " "on.",
)
@depends(when="--enable-rust-debug")
def debug_rust():
return True
set_config("MOZ_DEBUG_RUST", debug_rust)
set_define("MOZ_DEBUG_RUST", debug_rust)
option(env="MOZ_PGO", help="Build with profile guided optimizations")
set_config("MOZ_PGO", depends("MOZ_PGO")(lambda x: bool(x)))
imply_option("--enable-release", mozilla_official)
imply_option("--enable-release", depends_if("MOZ_AUTOMATION")(lambda x: True))
option(
"--enable-release",
default=milestone.is_release_or_beta,
help="{Build|Do not build} with more conservative, release "
"engineering-oriented options.{ This may slow down builds.|}",
)
@depends("--enable-release")
def developer_options(value):
if not value:
return True
add_old_configure_assignment("DEVELOPER_OPTIONS", developer_options)
set_config("DEVELOPER_OPTIONS", developer_options)
option(
env="MOZ_FETCHES_DIR",
nargs=1,
when="MOZ_AUTOMATION",
help="Directory containing fetched artifacts",
)
@depends("MOZ_FETCHES_DIR", when="MOZ_AUTOMATION")
def moz_fetches_dir(value):
if value:
return value[0]
@depends(host, milestone.is_nightly, "MOZ_AUTOMATION")
def bootstrap_default(host, is_nightly, automation):
if automation:
return False
if host.cpu == "aarch64" and host.os == "OSX" and is_nightly:
return True
option(
"--enable-bootstrap",
default=bootstrap_default,
help="{Automatically bootstrap or update some toolchains|Disable bootstrap or update of toolchains}",
)
@depends(developer_options, "--enable-bootstrap", moz_fetches_dir)
def bootstrap_search_path_order(developer_options, bootstrap, moz_fetches_dir):
if moz_fetches_dir:
log.debug("Prioritizing MOZ_FETCHES_DIR in toolchain path.")
return "prepend"
if bootstrap:
log.debug(
"Prioritizing mozbuild state dir in toolchain paths because "
"bootstrap mode is enabled."
)
return "prepend"
if developer_options:
log.debug(
"Prioritizing mozbuild state dir in toolchain paths because "
"you are not building in release mode."
)
return "prepend"
log.debug(
"Prioritizing system over mozbuild state dir in "
"toolchain paths because you are building in "
"release mode."
)
return "append"
toolchains_base_dir = moz_fetches_dir | mozbuild_state_path
@dependable
@imports("os")
@imports(_from="os", _import="environ")
def original_path():
return environ["PATH"].split(os.pathsep)
@template
def bootstrap_toolchain_tasks(host_or_target):
@depends(host_or_target, when="--enable-bootstrap")
@imports("os")
@imports(_from="mozbuild.toolchains", _import="toolchain_task_definitions")
@imports(_from="__builtin__", _import="Exception")
def bootstrap_toolchain_tasks(host_or_target):
prefix = {
("x86", "GNU", "Linux"): "linux32",
("x86_64", "GNU", "Linux"): "linux64",
("aarch64", "GNU", "Linux"): "linux64-aarch64",
("x86_64", "OSX", "Darwin"): "macosx64",
("aarch64", "OSX", "Darwin"): "macosx64-aarch64",
("x86_64", "WINNT", "WINNT"): "win64",
}.get((host_or_target.cpu, host_or_target.os, host_or_target.kernel))
if prefix:
try:
return namespace(prefix=prefix, tasks=toolchain_task_definitions())
except Exception:
return None
return bootstrap_toolchain_tasks
host_bootstrap_toolchain_tasks = bootstrap_toolchain_tasks(host)
target_bootstrap_toolchain_tasks = bootstrap_toolchain_tasks(target)
@template
def bootstrap_path(path, **kwargs):
when = kwargs.pop("when", None)
context = kwargs.pop("context", host)
if kwargs:
configure_error(
"bootstrap_path only takes `when` or `context` as keyword arguments"
)
path_parts = path.split("/")
bootstrap_toolchain_tasks = {
host: host_bootstrap_toolchain_tasks,
target: target_bootstrap_toolchain_tasks,
}[context]
@depends(
"--enable-bootstrap",
toolchains_base_dir,
bootstrap_toolchain_tasks,
shell,
check_build_environment,
when=when,
)
@imports("os")
@imports("subprocess")
@imports(_from="mozbuild.util", _import="ensureParentDir")
@imports(_from="__builtin__", _import="open")
@imports(_from="__builtin__", _import="Exception")
def bootstrap_path(bootstrap, toolchains_base_dir, tasks, shell, build_env):
def try_bootstrap(exists):
if not tasks:
return False
label = "toolchain-{}-{}".format(
tasks.prefix, path_parts[0].replace("_", "-")
)
task = tasks.tasks.get(label)
if not task:
return False
task_index = task.optimization.get("index-search")
if not task_index:
return False
task_index = task_index[0].split(".")[-1]
artifact = task.attributes["toolchain-artifact"]
# `mach artifact toolchain` doesn't support authentication for
# private artifacts.
if not artifact.startswith("public/"):
return False
index_file = os.path.join(toolchains_base_dir, "indices", path_parts[0])
try:
with open(index_file) as fh:
index = fh.read().strip()
except Exception:
index = None
if index == task_index and exists:
return True
log.info(
"%s bootstrapped toolchain in %s",
"Updating" if exists else "Installing",
os.path.join(toolchains_base_dir, path_parts[0]),
)
subprocess.run(
[
shell,
os.path.join(build_env.topsrcdir, "mach"),
"--log-no-times",
"artifact",
"toolchain",
"--from-build",
label,
],
cwd=toolchains_base_dir,
check=True,
)
ensureParentDir(index_file)
with open(index_file, "w") as fh:
fh.write(task_index)
return True
path = os.path.join(toolchains_base_dir, *path_parts)
if bootstrap:
try:
if not try_bootstrap(os.path.exists(path)):
# If there aren't toolchain artifacts to use for this build,
# don't return a path.
return None
except Exception as e:
log.error("%s", e)
die("If you can't fix the above, retry with --disable-bootstrap.")
# We re-test whether the path exists because it may have been created by
# try_bootstrap. Automation will not have gone through the bootstrap
# process, but we want to return the path if it exists.
if os.path.exists(path):
return path
return bootstrap_path
@template
def bootstrap_search_path(path, paths=original_path, **kwargs):
@depends(
bootstrap_path(path, **kwargs),
bootstrap_search_path_order,
paths,
original_path,
)
def bootstrap_search_path(path, order, paths, original_path):
if paths is None:
paths = original_path
if not path:
return paths
if order == "prepend":
return [path] + paths
return paths + [path]
return bootstrap_search_path
# The execution model of the configure sandbox doesn't allow for
# check_prog to use bootstrap_search_path directly because check_prog
# comes first, so we use a trick to allow it. No use of check_prog
# happening before here won't allow bootstrap.
@template
def check_prog(*args, **kwargs):
kwargs["bootstrap_search_path"] = bootstrap_search_path
return check_prog(*args, **kwargs)
@depends(target, host)
def want_wine(target, host):
return target.kernel == "WINNT" and host.kernel != "WINNT"
wine = check_prog(
"WINE",
["wine64", "wine"],
allow_missing=True,
when=want_wine,
bootstrap="wine/bin",
)
check_prog("WGET", ("wget",), allow_missing=True)
include("build/moz.configure/toolchain.configure", when="--enable-compile-environment")
include("build/moz.configure/pkg.configure")
# Make this assignment here rather than in pkg.configure to avoid
# requiring this file in unit tests.
add_old_configure_assignment("PKG_CONFIG", pkg_config)
include("build/moz.configure/memory.configure", when="--enable-compile-environment")
include("build/moz.configure/headers.configure", when="--enable-compile-environment")
include("build/moz.configure/warnings.configure", when="--enable-compile-environment")
include("build/moz.configure/flags.configure", when="--enable-compile-environment")
include("build/moz.configure/lto-pgo.configure", when="--enable-compile-environment")
# rust.configure is included by js/moz.configure.
option("--enable-valgrind", help="Enable Valgrind integration hooks")
valgrind_h = check_header("valgrind/valgrind.h", when="--enable-valgrind")
@depends("--enable-valgrind", valgrind_h)
def check_valgrind(valgrind, valgrind_h):
if valgrind:
if not valgrind_h:
die("--enable-valgrind specified but Valgrind is not installed")
return True
set_define("MOZ_VALGRIND", check_valgrind)
set_config("MOZ_VALGRIND", check_valgrind)
@depends(target, host)
def is_openbsd(target, host):
return target.kernel == "OpenBSD" or host.kernel == "OpenBSD"
option(
env="SO_VERSION",
nargs=1,
default="1.0",
when=is_openbsd,
help="Shared library version for OpenBSD systems",
)
@depends("SO_VERSION", when=is_openbsd)
def so_version(value):
return value
@template
def library_name_info_template(host_or_target):
assert host_or_target in {host, target}
compiler = {
host: host_c_compiler,
target: c_compiler,
}[host_or_target]
@depends(host_or_target, compiler, so_version)
def library_name_info_impl(host_or_target, compiler, so_version):
if host_or_target.kernel == "WINNT":
# There aren't artifacts for mingw builds, so it's OK that the
# results are inaccurate in that case.
if compiler and compiler.type != "clang-cl":
return namespace(
dll=namespace(prefix="", suffix=".dll"),
lib=namespace(prefix="lib", suffix="a"),
import_lib=namespace(prefix="lib", suffix="a"),
obj=namespace(prefix="", suffix="o"),
)
return namespace(
dll=namespace(prefix="", suffix=".dll"),
lib=namespace(prefix="", suffix="lib"),
import_lib=namespace(prefix="", suffix="lib"),
obj=namespace(prefix="", suffix="obj"),
)
elif host_or_target.kernel == "Darwin":
return namespace(
dll=namespace(prefix="lib", suffix=".dylib"),
lib=namespace(prefix="lib", suffix="a"),
import_lib=namespace(prefix=None, suffix=""),
obj=namespace(prefix="", suffix="o"),
)
elif so_version:
so = ".so.%s" % so_version
else:
so = ".so"
return namespace(
dll=namespace(prefix="lib", suffix=so),
lib=namespace(prefix="lib", suffix="a"),
import_lib=namespace(prefix=None, suffix=""),
obj=namespace(prefix="", suffix="o"),
)
return library_name_info_impl
host_library_name_info = library_name_info_template(host)
library_name_info = library_name_info_template(target)
set_config("DLL_PREFIX", library_name_info.dll.prefix)
set_config("DLL_SUFFIX", library_name_info.dll.suffix)
set_config("HOST_DLL_PREFIX", host_library_name_info.dll.prefix)
set_config("HOST_DLL_SUFFIX", host_library_name_info.dll.suffix)
set_config("LIB_PREFIX", library_name_info.lib.prefix)
set_config("LIB_SUFFIX", library_name_info.lib.suffix)
set_config("OBJ_SUFFIX", library_name_info.obj.suffix)
# Lots of compilation tests depend on this variable being present.
add_old_configure_assignment("OBJ_SUFFIX", library_name_info.obj.suffix)
set_config("IMPORT_LIB_SUFFIX", library_name_info.import_lib.suffix)
set_define(
"MOZ_DLL_PREFIX", depends(library_name_info.dll.prefix)(lambda s: '"%s"' % s)
)
set_define(
"MOZ_DLL_SUFFIX", depends(library_name_info.dll.suffix)(lambda s: '"%s"' % s)
)
set_config("WASM_OBJ_SUFFIX", "wasm")
# Make `profiling` available to this file even when js/moz.configure
# doesn't end up included.
profiling = dependable(False)
# Same for js_standalone
js_standalone = dependable(False)
# Same for fold_libs
fold_libs = dependable(False)
include(include_project_configure)
@depends("--help")
@imports(_from="mozbuild.backend", _import="backends")
def build_backends_choices(_):
return tuple(backends)
@deprecated_option("--enable-build-backend", nargs="+", choices=build_backends_choices)
def build_backend(backends):
if backends:
return tuple("+%s" % b for b in backends)
imply_option("--build-backends", build_backend)
@depends(
"--enable-artifact-builds",
"--disable-compile-environment",
"--enable-build-backend",
"--enable-project",
"--enable-application",
"--help",
)
@imports("sys")
def build_backend_defaults(
artifact_builds, compile_environment, requested_backends, project, application, _
):
if application:
project = application[0]
elif project:
project = project[0]
if "Tup" in requested_backends:
# As a special case, if Tup was requested, do not combine it with any
# Make based backend by default.
all_backends = []
elif artifact_builds:
all_backends = ["FasterMake+RecursiveMake"]
else:
all_backends = ["RecursiveMake", "FasterMake"]
# Normally, we'd use target.os == 'WINNT', but a dependency on target
# would require target to depend on --help, as well as host and shell,
# and this is not a can of worms we can open at the moment.
if sys.platform == "win32" and compile_environment and project != "mobile/android":
all_backends.append("VisualStudio")
return tuple(all_backends) or None
option(
"--build-backends",
nargs="+",
default=build_backend_defaults,
choices=build_backends_choices,
help="Build backends to generate",
)
@depends("--build-backends")
def build_backends(backends):
return backends
set_config("BUILD_BACKENDS", build_backends)
@depends(check_build_environment, build_backends)
@imports("glob")
def check_objdir_backend_reuse(build_env, backends):
# "Make based" might be RecursiveMake or a hybrid backend, so "Make" is
# intentionally vague for use with the substring match below.
incompatible_backends = (("Tup", "Make"), ("Make", "Tup"))
for backend_file in glob.iglob(
os.path.join(build_env.topobjdir, "backend.*Backend")
):
for prev, curr in incompatible_backends:
if prev in backend_file and any(curr in b for b in backends):
die(
"The active objdir, %s, was previously "
"used to build with a %s based backend. "
"Change objdirs (by setting MOZ_OBJDIR in "
"your mozconfig) or clobber to continue.\n",
build_env.topobjdir,
prev,
)
option(
"--disable-gtest-in-build",
help="Force disable building the gtest libxul during the build.",
when="--enable-compile-environment",
)
# Determine whether to build the gtest xul. This happens in automation
# on Android and Desktop platforms with the exception of:
# - Windows PGO, where linking xul-gtest.dll takes too long;
# - Android other than x86_64, where gtest is not required.
@depends(
"MOZ_PGO",
build_project,
target,
"MOZ_AUTOMATION",
"--disable-gtest-in-build",
enable_tests,
when="--enable-compile-environment",
)
def build_gtest(pgo, build_project, target, automation, enabled, enable_tests):
if not enable_tests or not enabled:
return None
if (
automation
and build_project in ("browser", "comm/mail", "mobile/android")
and not (
(pgo and target.os == "WINNT")
or (target.os == "Android" and target.cpu != "x86_64")
)
):
return True
set_config("LINK_GTEST_DURING_COMPILE", build_gtest)
# Localization
# ==============================================================
option(
"--enable-ui-locale",
default="en-US",
help="Select the user interface locale (default: en-US)",
)
set_config("MOZ_UI_LOCALE", depends("--enable-ui-locale")(lambda x: x))
# clang-plugin location
# ==============================================================
@depends(host_library_name_info, check_build_environment, when="--enable-clang-plugin")
def clang_plugin_path(library_name_info, build_env):
topobjdir = build_env.topobjdir
if topobjdir.endswith("/js/src"):
topobjdir = topobjdir[:-7]
return os.path.abspath(
os.path.join(
topobjdir,
"build",
"clang-plugin",
"%sclang-plugin%s"
% (library_name_info.dll.prefix, library_name_info.dll.suffix),
)
)
add_old_configure_assignment("CLANG_PLUGIN", clang_plugin_path)
# Awk detection
# ==============================================================
awk = check_prog("AWK", ("gawk", "mawk", "nawk", "awk"))
# Until the AWK variable is not necessary in old-configure
@depends(awk)
def awk_for_old_configure(value):
return value
add_old_configure_assignment("AWK", awk_for_old_configure)
# Perl detection
# ==============================================================
perl = check_prog("PERL", ("perl5", "perl"))
# Until the PERL variable is not necessary in old-configure
@depends(perl)
def perl_for_old_configure(value):
return value
add_old_configure_assignment("PERL", perl_for_old_configure)
@template
def perl_version_check(min_version):
@depends(perl)
@checking("for minimum required perl version >= %s" % min_version)
def get_perl_version(perl):
return Version(
check_cmd_output(
perl,
"-e",
"print $]",
onerror=lambda: die("Failed to get perl version."),
)
)
@depends(get_perl_version)
def check_perl_version(version):
if version < min_version:
die("Perl %s or higher is required.", min_version)
@depends(perl)
@checking("for full perl installation")
@imports("subprocess")
def has_full_perl_installation(perl):
ret = subprocess.call([perl, "-e", "use Config; exit(!-d $Config{archlib})"])
return ret == 0
@depends(has_full_perl_installation)
def require_full_perl_installation(has_full_perl_installation):
if not has_full_perl_installation:
die(
"Cannot find Config.pm or $Config{archlib}. "
"A full perl installation is required."
)
perl_version_check("5.006")
# GNU make detection
# ==============================================================
option(env="MAKE", nargs=1, help="Path to GNU make")
@depends("MAKE", host)
def possible_makes(make, host):
candidates = []
if host.kernel == "WINNT":
candidates.append("mingw32-make")
if make:
candidates.append(make[0])
if host.kernel == "WINNT":
candidates.extend(("make", "gmake"))
else:
candidates.extend(("gmake", "make"))
return candidates
check_prog("GMAKE", possible_makes)
# watchman detection
# ==============================================================
option(env="WATCHMAN", nargs=1, help="Path to the watchman program")
@depends(host, "WATCHMAN")
@checking("for watchman", callback=lambda w: w.path if w else "not found")
def watchman(host, prog):
# On Windows, `watchman` is only supported on 64-bit hosts.
if host.os == "WINNT" and host.cpu != "x86_64":
return
if not prog:
prog = find_program("watchman")
if not prog:
return
# `watchman version` will talk to the Watchman daemon service.
# This can hang due to permissions problems. e.g.
# `watchman --version` to prevent a class of failures.
out = check_cmd_output(prog, "--version", onerror=lambda: None)
if out is None:
return
return namespace(path=prog, version=Version(out.strip()))
@depends_if(watchman)
@checking("for watchman version")
def watchman_version(w):
return w.version
set_config("WATCHMAN", watchman.path)
@depends_all(hg_version, hg_config, watchman)
@checking("for watchman Mercurial integration")
@imports("os")
def watchman_hg(hg_version, hg_config, watchman):
if hg_version < Version("3.8"):
return "no (Mercurial 3.8+ required)"
ext_enabled = False
mode_disabled = False
for k in ("extensions.fsmonitor", "extensions.hgext.fsmonitor"):
if k in hg_config and hg_config[k] != "!":
ext_enabled = True
mode_disabled = hg_config.get("fsmonitor.mode") == "off"
if not ext_enabled:
return "no (fsmonitor extension not enabled)"
if mode_disabled:
return "no (fsmonitor.mode=off disables fsmonitor)"
return True
# Miscellaneous programs
# ==============================================================
check_prog("XARGS", ("xargs",))
@depends(target)
def extra_programs(target):
if target.kernel == "Darwin":
return namespace(
DSYMUTIL=("dsymutil", "llvm-dsymutil"),
MKFSHFS=("newfs_hfs", "mkfs.hfsplus"),
HFS_TOOL=("hfsplus",),
)
if target.os == "GNU" and target.kernel == "Linux":
return namespace(RPMBUILD=("rpmbuild",))
check_prog("DSYMUTIL", extra_programs.DSYMUTIL, allow_missing=True)
check_prog("MKFSHFS", extra_programs.MKFSHFS, allow_missing=True)
check_prog("HFS_TOOL", extra_programs.HFS_TOOL, allow_missing=True)
check_prog("RPMBUILD", extra_programs.RPMBUILD, allow_missing=True)
@depends(target)
@imports("os")
def makensis_progs(target):
if target.kernel != "WINNT":
return
candidates = [
"makensis-3.01",
"makensis-3.0b3",
"makensis-3.0b1",
"makensis",
]
# Look for nsis installed by msys environment. But only the 32-bit version.
# We use an absolute path and insert as the first entry so it is preferred
# over a 64-bit exe that may be in PATH.
if "MSYSTEM_PREFIX" in os.environ:
prefix = os.path.dirname(os.environ["MSYSTEM_PREFIX"])
candidates.insert(0, os.path.join(prefix, "mingw32", "bin", "makensis.exe"))
return tuple(candidates)
nsis = check_prog("MAKENSISU", makensis_progs, allow_missing=True)
# Make sure the version of makensis is up to date.
@depends(nsis, wine)
@checking("for NSIS version")
@imports("re")
def nsis_version(nsis, wine):
if not nsis:
return None
nsis_min_version = "3.0b1"
onerror = lambda: die("Failed to get nsis version.")
if wine and nsis.lower().endswith(".exe"):
out = check_cmd_output(wine, nsis, "-version", onerror=onerror)
else:
out = check_cmd_output(nsis, "-version", onerror=onerror)
m = re.search(r"(?<=v)[0-9]+\.[0-9]+((a|b|rc)[0-9]+)?", out)
if not m:
raise FatalCheckError("Unknown version of makensis")
ver = Version(m.group(0))
# Versions comparisons don't quite work well with beta versions, so ensure
# it works for the non-beta version.
if ver < nsis_min_version and (ver >= "3.0a" or ver < "3"):
raise FatalCheckError(
"To build the installer you must have NSIS"
" version %s or greater in your path" % nsis_min_version
)
return ver
# And that makensis is 32-bit (but only on Windows).
@depends_if(nsis, when=depends(host)(lambda h: h.kernel == "WINNT"))
@checking("for 32-bit NSIS")
def nsis_binary_type(nsis):
bin_type = windows_binary_type(nsis)
if bin_type != "win32":
raise FatalCheckError("%s is not a 32-bit Windows application" % nsis)
return "yes"
# And any flags we have to give to makensis
@depends(host)
def nsis_flags(host):
if host.kernel != "WINNT":
return "-nocd"
return ""
set_config("MAKENSISU_FLAGS", nsis_flags)
check_prog("7Z", ("7z", "7za"), allow_missing=True, when=target_is_windows)
check_prog("UPX", ("upx",), allow_missing=True, when=target_is_windows)
@depends(host_c_compiler, c_compiler, bindgen_config_paths)
def llvm_objdump(host_c_compiler, c_compiler, bindgen_config_paths):
clang = None
for compiler in (host_c_compiler, c_compiler):
if compiler and compiler.type == "clang":
clang = compiler.compiler
break
elif compiler and compiler.type == "clang-cl":
clang = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(compiler.compiler), "clang")
break
if not clang and bindgen_config_paths:
clang = bindgen_config_paths.clang_path
llvm_objdump = "llvm-objdump"
if clang:
out = check_cmd_output(
clang, "--print-prog-name=llvm-objdump", onerror=lambda: None
)
if out:
llvm_objdump = out.rstrip()
return (llvm_objdump,)
llvm_objdump = check_prog(
"LLVM_OBJDUMP",
llvm_objdump,
what="llvm-objdump",
when="--enable-compile-environment",
paths=clang_search_path,
)
add_old_configure_assignment("LLVM_OBJDUMP", llvm_objdump)
option("--enable-dtrace", help="Build with dtrace support")
dtrace = check_header(
"sys/sdt.h",
when="--enable-dtrace",
onerror=lambda: die("dtrace enabled but sys/sdt.h not found"),
)
set_config("HAVE_DTRACE", True, when=dtrace)
set_define("INCLUDE_MOZILLA_DTRACE", True, when=dtrace)
add_old_configure_assignment("enable_dtrace", "yes", when=dtrace)
option("--disable-icf", help="Disable Identical Code Folding")
add_old_configure_assignment(
"MOZ_DISABLE_ICF", "1", when=depends("--enable-icf")(lambda x: not x)
)
option(
"--enable-strip",
when=compile_environment,
help="Enable stripping of libs & executables",
)
# This should be handled as a `when` once bug 1617793 is fixed.
@depends("--enable-strip", c_compiler, when=compile_environment)
def enable_strip(strip, c_compiler):
if strip and c_compiler.type != "clang-cl":
return True
set_config("ENABLE_STRIP", enable_strip)
option(
"--disable-install-strip",
when=compile_environment,
help="Enable stripping of libs & executables when packaging",
)
# This should be handled as a `when` once bug 1617793 is fixed.
@depends("--enable-install-strip", c_compiler, when=compile_environment)
def enable_install_strip(strip, c_compiler):
if strip and c_compiler.type != "clang-cl":
return True
set_config("PKG_STRIP", enable_install_strip)
@depends("--enable-strip", "--enable-install-strip", when=compile_environment)
def strip(strip, install_strip):
return strip or install_strip
option(env="STRIP_FLAGS", nargs=1, when=strip, help="Flags for the strip command")
@depends("STRIP_FLAGS", profiling, target, when=strip)
def strip_flags(flags, profiling, target):
if flags:
return flags[0].split()
if profiling:
# Only strip debug info and symbols when profiling is enabled, keeping
# local symbols.
if target.kernel == "Darwin":
return ["-S"]
elif target.os == "Android":
# The tooling we use with Android supports detached symbols, and the
# size increase caused by local symbols are too much for mobile. So,
# don't restrict the amount of stripping with a flag.
return
else:
return ["--strip-debug"]
# Otherwise strip everything we can, which happens without flags on non-Darwin.
# On Darwin, it tries to strip things it can't, so we need to limit its scope.
elif target.kernel == "Darwin":
return ["-x", "-S"]
set_config("STRIP_FLAGS", strip_flags)
@depends(js_standalone, target)
def system_zlib_default(js_standalone, target):
return js_standalone and target.kernel != "WINNT"
option(
"--with-system-zlib",
nargs="?",
default=system_zlib_default,
help="{Use|Do not use} system libz",
)
@depends("--with-system-zlib")
def deprecated_system_zlib_path(value):
if len(value) == 1:
die(
"--with-system-zlib=PATH is not supported anymore. Please use "
"--with-system-zlib and set any necessary pkg-config environment variable."
)
pkg_check_modules("MOZ_ZLIB", "zlib >= 1.2.3", when="--with-system-zlib")
set_config("MOZ_SYSTEM_ZLIB", True, when="--with-system-zlib")
add_old_configure_assignment("MOZ_SYSTEM_ZLIB", True, when="--with-system-zlib")
# Please do not add configure checks from here on.
# Fallthrough to autoconf-based configure
include("build/moz.configure/old.configure")
# JS Subconfigure.
include("js/sub.configure", when=compile_environment & toolkit)
@depends(check_build_environment, build_project)
@imports("__sandbox__")
@imports("glob")
@imports(_from="os.path", _import="exists")
def config_status_deps(build_env, build_project):
topsrcdir = build_env.topsrcdir
topobjdir = build_env.topobjdir
if not topobjdir.endswith("js/src"):
extra_deps = [os.path.join(topobjdir, ".mozconfig.json")]
else:
# mozconfig changes may impact js configure.
extra_deps = [os.path.join(topobjdir[:-7], ".mozconfig.json")]
confvars = os.path.join(topsrcdir, build_project, "confvars.sh")
if exists(confvars):
extra_deps.append(confvars)
return (
list(__sandbox__._all_paths)
+ extra_deps
+ [
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "CLOBBER"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "configure.in"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "js", "src", "configure.in"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "nsprpub", "configure"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "config", "milestone.txt"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "browser", "config", "version.txt"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "browser", "config", "version_display.txt"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "build", "build_virtualenv_packages.txt"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "build", "common_virtualenv_packages.txt"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "build", "mach_virtualenv_packages.txt"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "python", "mozbuild", "mozbuild", "virtualenv.py"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "testing", "mozbase", "packages.txt"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "aclocal.m4"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "old-configure.in"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "js", "src", "aclocal.m4"),
os.path.join(topsrcdir, "js", "src", "old-configure.in"),
]
+ glob.glob(os.path.join(topsrcdir, "build", "autoconf", "*.m4"))
)
set_config("CONFIG_STATUS_DEPS", config_status_deps)
# Please do not add anything after setting config_dep_paths.