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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 absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
import io
import logging
import os
import re
import six
from collections import defaultdict, namedtuple
from itertools import chain
from operator import itemgetter
from six import StringIO
from mozpack.manifests import InstallManifest
import mozpack.path as mozpath
from mozbuild import frontend
from mozbuild.frontend.context import (
AbsolutePath,
Path,
RenamedSourcePath,
SourcePath,
ObjDirPath,
)
from .common import CommonBackend
from .make import MakeBackend
from ..frontend.data import (
BaseLibrary,
BaseProgram,
BaseRustLibrary,
ChromeManifestEntry,
ComputedFlags,
ConfigFileSubstitution,
ContextDerived,
Defines,
DirectoryTraversal,
ExternalLibrary,
FinalTargetFiles,
FinalTargetPreprocessedFiles,
GeneratedFile,
HostDefines,
HostLibrary,
HostProgram,
HostRustProgram,
HostSimpleProgram,
HostSources,
InstallationTarget,
JARManifest,
Linkable,
LocalInclude,
LocalizedFiles,
LocalizedPreprocessedFiles,
ObjdirFiles,
ObjdirPreprocessedFiles,
PerSourceFlag,
Program,
HostSharedLibrary,
RustProgram,
RustTests,
SandboxedWasmLibrary,
SharedLibrary,
SimpleProgram,
Sources,
StaticLibrary,
TestManifest,
VariablePassthru,
WasmSources,
XPIDLModule,
)
from ..util import ensureParentDir, FileAvoidWrite, OrderedDefaultDict, pairwise
from ..makeutil import Makefile
from mozbuild.shellutil import quote as shell_quote
# To protect against accidentally adding logic to Makefiles that belong in moz.build,
# we check if moz.build-like variables are defined in Makefiles. If they are, we throw
# an error to encourage the usage of moz.build instead.
_MOZBUILD_ONLY_VARIABLES = set(frontend.context.VARIABLES.keys()) - {
# The migration to moz.build from Makefiles still isn't complete, and there's still
# some straggling Makefile logic that uses variables that only moz.build should
# use.
# These remaining variables are excluded from our blacklist. As the variables here
# are migrated from Makefiles in the future, they should be removed from this
# "override" list.
"XPI_NAME",
"USE_EXTENSION_MANIFEST",
"CFLAGS",
"CXXFLAGS",
}
DEPRECATED_VARIABLES = [
"ALLOW_COMPILER_WARNINGS",
"EXPORT_LIBRARY",
"EXTRA_LIBS",
"FAIL_ON_WARNINGS",
"HOST_LIBS",
"LIBXUL_LIBRARY",
"MOCHITEST_A11Y_FILES",
"MOCHITEST_BROWSER_FILES",
"MOCHITEST_BROWSER_FILES_PARTS",
"MOCHITEST_CHROME_FILES",
"MOCHITEST_FILES",
"MOCHITEST_FILES_PARTS",
"MOCHITEST_METRO_FILES",
"MOCHITEST_ROBOCOP_FILES",
"MODULE_OPTIMIZE_FLAGS",
"MOZ_CHROME_FILE_FORMAT",
"SHORT_LIBNAME",
"TESTING_JS_MODULES",
"TESTING_JS_MODULE_DIR",
]
MOZBUILD_VARIABLES_MESSAGE = "It should only be defined in moz.build files."
DEPRECATED_VARIABLES_MESSAGE = (
"This variable has been deprecated. It does nothing. It must be removed "
"in order to build."
)
def make_quote(s):
return s.replace("#", "\#").replace("$", "$$")
class BackendMakeFile(object):
"""Represents a generated backend.mk file.
This is both a wrapper around a file handle as well as a container that
holds accumulated state.
It's worth taking a moment to explain the make dependencies. The
generated backend.mk as well as the Makefile.in (if it exists) are in the
GLOBAL_DEPS list. This means that if one of them changes, all targets
in that Makefile are invalidated. backend.mk also depends on all of its
input files.
It's worth considering the effect of file mtimes on build behavior.
Since we perform an "all or none" traversal of moz.build files (the whole
tree is scanned as opposed to individual files), if we were to blindly
write backend.mk files, the net effect of updating a single mozbuild file
in the tree is all backend.mk files have new mtimes. This would in turn
invalidate all make targets across the whole tree! This would effectively
undermine incremental builds as any mozbuild change would cause the entire
tree to rebuild!
The solution is to not update the mtimes of backend.mk files unless they
actually change. We use FileAvoidWrite to accomplish this.
"""
def __init__(self, srcdir, objdir, environment, topsrcdir, topobjdir, dry_run):
self.topsrcdir = topsrcdir
self.srcdir = srcdir
self.objdir = objdir
self.relobjdir = mozpath.relpath(objdir, topobjdir)
self.environment = environment
self.name = mozpath.join(objdir, "backend.mk")
self.xpt_name = None
self.fh = FileAvoidWrite(self.name, capture_diff=True, dry_run=dry_run)
self.fh.write("# THIS FILE WAS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED. DO NOT EDIT.\n")
self.fh.write("\n")
def write(self, buf):
self.fh.write(buf)
def write_once(self, buf):
buf = six.ensure_text(buf)
if "\n" + buf not in six.ensure_text(self.fh.getvalue()):
self.write(buf)
# For compatibility with makeutil.Makefile
def add_statement(self, stmt):
self.write("%s\n" % stmt)
def close(self):
if self.xpt_name:
# We just recompile all xpidls because it's easier and less error
# prone.
self.fh.write("NONRECURSIVE_TARGETS += export\n")
self.fh.write("NONRECURSIVE_TARGETS_export += xpidl\n")
self.fh.write(
"NONRECURSIVE_TARGETS_export_xpidl_DIRECTORY = "
"$(DEPTH)/xpcom/xpidl\n"
)
self.fh.write("NONRECURSIVE_TARGETS_export_xpidl_TARGETS += " "export\n")
return self.fh.close()
@property
def diff(self):
return self.fh.diff
class RecursiveMakeTraversal(object):
"""
Helper class to keep track of how the "traditional" recursive make backend
recurses subdirectories. This is useful until all adhoc rules are removed
from Makefiles.
Each directory may have one or more types of subdirectories:
- (normal) dirs
- tests
"""
SubDirectoryCategories = ["dirs", "tests"]
SubDirectoriesTuple = namedtuple("SubDirectories", SubDirectoryCategories)
class SubDirectories(SubDirectoriesTuple):
def __new__(self):
return RecursiveMakeTraversal.SubDirectoriesTuple.__new__(self, [], [])
def __init__(self):
self._traversal = {}
self._attached = set()
def add(self, dir, dirs=[], tests=[]):
"""
Adds a directory to traversal, registering its subdirectories,
sorted by categories. If the directory was already added to
traversal, adds the new subdirectories to the already known lists.
"""
subdirs = self._traversal.setdefault(dir, self.SubDirectories())
for key, value in (("dirs", dirs), ("tests", tests)):
assert key in self.SubDirectoryCategories
# Callers give us generators
value = list(value)
getattr(subdirs, key).extend(value)
self._attached |= set(value)
@staticmethod
def default_filter(current, subdirs):
"""
Default filter for use with compute_dependencies and traverse.
"""
return current, [], subdirs.dirs + subdirs.tests
def call_filter(self, current, filter):
"""
Helper function to call a filter from compute_dependencies and
traverse.
"""
return filter(current, self.get_subdirs(current))
def compute_dependencies(self, filter=None):
"""
Compute make dependencies corresponding to the registered directory
traversal.
filter is a function with the following signature:
def filter(current, subdirs)
where current is the directory being traversed, and subdirs the
SubDirectories instance corresponding to it.
The filter function returns a tuple (filtered_current, filtered_parallel,
filtered_dirs) where filtered_current is either current or None if
the current directory is to be skipped, and filtered_parallel and
filtered_dirs are lists of parallel directories and sequential
directories, which can be rearranged from whatever is given in the
SubDirectories members.
The default filter corresponds to a default recursive traversal.
"""
filter = filter or self.default_filter
deps = {}
def recurse(start_node, prev_nodes=None):
current, parallel, sequential = self.call_filter(start_node, filter)
if current is not None:
if start_node != "":
deps[start_node] = prev_nodes
prev_nodes = (start_node,)
if start_node not in self._traversal:
return prev_nodes
parallel_nodes = []
for node in parallel:
nodes = recurse(node, prev_nodes)
if nodes and nodes != ("",):
parallel_nodes.extend(nodes)
if parallel_nodes:
prev_nodes = tuple(parallel_nodes)
for dir in sequential:
prev_nodes = recurse(dir, prev_nodes)
return prev_nodes
return recurse(""), deps
def traverse(self, start, filter=None):
"""
Iterate over the filtered subdirectories, following the traditional
make traversal order.
"""
if filter is None:
filter = self.default_filter
current, parallel, sequential = self.call_filter(start, filter)
if current is not None:
yield start
if start not in self._traversal:
return
for node in parallel:
for n in self.traverse(node, filter):
yield n
for dir in sequential:
for d in self.traverse(dir, filter):
yield d
def get_subdirs(self, dir):
"""
Returns all direct subdirectories under the given directory.
"""
result = self._traversal.get(dir, self.SubDirectories())
if dir == "":
unattached = set(self._traversal) - self._attached - set([""])
if unattached:
new_result = self.SubDirectories()
new_result.dirs.extend(result.dirs)
new_result.dirs.extend(sorted(unattached))
new_result.tests.extend(result.tests)
result = new_result
return result
class RecursiveMakeBackend(MakeBackend):
"""Backend that integrates with the existing recursive make build system.
This backend facilitates the transition from Makefile.in to moz.build
files.
This backend performs Makefile.in -> Makefile conversion. It also writes
out .mk files containing content derived from moz.build files. Both are
consumed by the recursive make builder.
This backend may eventually evolve to write out non-recursive make files.
However, as long as there are Makefile.in files in the tree, we are tied to
recursive make and thus will need this backend.
"""
def _init(self):
MakeBackend._init(self)
self._backend_files = {}
self._idl_dirs = set()
self._makefile_in_count = 0
self._makefile_out_count = 0
self._test_manifests = {}
self.backend_input_files.add(
mozpath.join(self.environment.topobjdir, "config", "autoconf.mk")
)
self._install_manifests = defaultdict(InstallManifest)
# The build system relies on some install manifests always existing
# even if they are empty, because the directories are still filled
# by the build system itself, and the install manifests are only
# used for a "magic" rm -rf.
self._install_manifests["dist_public"]
self._install_manifests["dist_private"]
self._traversal = RecursiveMakeTraversal()
self._compile_graph = OrderedDefaultDict(set)
self._rust_targets = set()
self._rust_lib_targets = set()
self._gkrust_target = None
self._pre_compile = set()
self._no_skip = {
"pre-export": set(),
"export": set(),
"libs": set(),
"misc": set(),
"tools": set(),
"check": set(),
"syms": set(),
}
def summary(self):
summary = super(RecursiveMakeBackend, self).summary()
summary.extend(
"; {makefile_in:d} -> {makefile_out:d} Makefile",
makefile_in=self._makefile_in_count,
makefile_out=self._makefile_out_count,
)
return summary
def _get_backend_file_for(self, obj):
# For generated files that we put in the export or misc tiers, we use the
# top-level backend file, except for localized files, which we need to keep
# in each directory for dependencies from jar manifests for l10n repacks.
if (
isinstance(obj, GeneratedFile)
and not obj.required_during_compile
and not obj.localized
):
objdir = self.environment.topobjdir
else:
objdir = obj.objdir
if objdir not in self._backend_files:
self._backend_files[objdir] = BackendMakeFile(
obj.srcdir,
objdir,
obj.config,
obj.topsrcdir,
self.environment.topobjdir,
self.dry_run,
)
return self._backend_files[objdir]
def consume_object(self, obj):
"""Write out build files necessary to build with recursive make."""
if not isinstance(obj, ContextDerived):
return False
backend_file = self._get_backend_file_for(obj)
consumed = CommonBackend.consume_object(self, obj)
# CommonBackend handles XPIDLModule, but we want to do
# some extra things for them.
if isinstance(obj, XPIDLModule):
backend_file.xpt_name = "%s.xpt" % obj.name
self._idl_dirs.add(obj.relobjdir)
# If CommonBackend acknowledged the object, we're done with it.
if consumed:
return True
if not isinstance(obj, Defines):
self.consume_object(obj.defines)
if isinstance(obj, Linkable):
self._process_test_support_file(obj)
if isinstance(obj, DirectoryTraversal):
self._process_directory_traversal(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, ConfigFileSubstitution):
# Other ConfigFileSubstitution should have been acked by
# CommonBackend.
assert os.path.basename(obj.output_path) == "Makefile"
self._create_makefile(obj)
elif isinstance(obj, Sources):
suffix_map = {
".s": "ASFILES",
".c": "CSRCS",
".m": "CMSRCS",
".mm": "CMMSRCS",
".cpp": "CPPSRCS",
".S": "SSRCS",
}
variables = [suffix_map[obj.canonical_suffix]]
for files, base, cls, prefix in (
(obj.static_files, backend_file.srcdir, SourcePath, ""),
(obj.generated_files, backend_file.objdir, ObjDirPath, "!"),
):
for f in sorted(files):
p = self._pretty_path(
cls(obj._context, prefix + mozpath.relpath(f, base)),
backend_file,
)
for var in variables:
backend_file.write("%s += %s\n" % (var, p))
self._compile_graph[mozpath.join(backend_file.relobjdir, "target-objects")]
elif isinstance(obj, HostSources):
suffix_map = {
".c": "HOST_CSRCS",
".mm": "HOST_CMMSRCS",
".cpp": "HOST_CPPSRCS",
}
variables = [suffix_map[obj.canonical_suffix]]
for files, base, cls, prefix in (
(obj.static_files, backend_file.srcdir, SourcePath, ""),
(obj.generated_files, backend_file.objdir, ObjDirPath, "!"),
):
for f in sorted(files):
p = self._pretty_path(
cls(obj._context, prefix + mozpath.relpath(f, base)),
backend_file,
)
for var in variables:
backend_file.write("%s += %s\n" % (var, p))
self._compile_graph[mozpath.join(backend_file.relobjdir, "host-objects")]
elif isinstance(obj, WasmSources):
suffix_map = {".c": "WASM_CSRCS", ".cpp": "WASM_CPPSRCS"}
variables = [suffix_map[obj.canonical_suffix]]
for files, base, cls, prefix in (
(obj.static_files, backend_file.srcdir, SourcePath, ""),
(obj.generated_files, backend_file.objdir, ObjDirPath, "!"),
):
for f in sorted(files):
p = self._pretty_path(
cls(obj._context, prefix + mozpath.relpath(f, base)),
backend_file,
)
for var in variables:
backend_file.write("%s += %s\n" % (var, p))
self._compile_graph[mozpath.join(backend_file.relobjdir, "target-objects")]
elif isinstance(obj, VariablePassthru):
# Sorted so output is consistent and we don't bump mtimes.
for k, v in sorted(obj.variables.items()):
if isinstance(v, list):
for item in v:
backend_file.write(
"%s += %s\n" % (k, make_quote(shell_quote(item)))
)
elif isinstance(v, bool):
if v:
backend_file.write("%s := 1\n" % k)
elif isinstance(v, Path):
path = self._pretty_path(Path(obj._context, v), backend_file)
backend_file.write("%s := %s\n" % (k, path))
else:
backend_file.write("%s := %s\n" % (k, v))
elif isinstance(obj, HostDefines):
self._process_defines(obj, backend_file, which="HOST_DEFINES")
elif isinstance(obj, Defines):
self._process_defines(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, GeneratedFile):
if obj.required_before_export:
tier = "pre-export"
elif obj.required_before_compile:
tier = "export"
elif obj.required_during_compile:
tier = "pre-compile"
else:
tier = "misc"
relobjdir = mozpath.relpath(obj.objdir, self.environment.topobjdir)
if tier == "pre-compile":
self._pre_compile.add(relobjdir)
else:
self._no_skip[tier].add(relobjdir)
backend_file.write_once("include $(topsrcdir)/config/AB_rCD.mk\n")
relobjdir = mozpath.relpath(obj.objdir, backend_file.objdir)
# For generated files that we handle in the top-level backend file,
# we want to have a `directory/tier` target depending on the file.
# For the others, we want a `tier` target.
if tier != "pre-compile" and relobjdir:
tier = "%s/%s" % (relobjdir, tier)
for stmt in self._format_statements_for_generated_file(
obj, tier, extra_dependencies="backend.mk" if obj.flags else ""
):
backend_file.write(stmt + "\n")
elif isinstance(obj, JARManifest):
self._no_skip["misc"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
backend_file.write("JAR_MANIFEST := %s\n" % obj.path.full_path)
elif isinstance(obj, RustProgram):
self._process_rust_program(obj, backend_file)
# Hook the program into the compile graph.
build_target = self._build_target_for_obj(obj)
self._compile_graph[build_target]
self._rust_targets.add(build_target)
elif isinstance(obj, HostRustProgram):
self._process_host_rust_program(obj, backend_file)
# Hook the program into the compile graph.
build_target = self._build_target_for_obj(obj)
self._compile_graph[build_target]
self._rust_targets.add(build_target)
elif isinstance(obj, RustTests):
self._process_rust_tests(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, Program):
self._process_program(obj, backend_file)
self._process_linked_libraries(obj, backend_file)
self._no_skip["syms"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
elif isinstance(obj, HostProgram):
self._process_host_program(obj, backend_file)
self._process_linked_libraries(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, SimpleProgram):
self._process_simple_program(obj, backend_file)
self._process_linked_libraries(obj, backend_file)
self._no_skip["syms"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
elif isinstance(obj, HostSimpleProgram):
self._process_host_simple_program(obj.program, backend_file)
self._process_linked_libraries(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, LocalInclude):
self._process_local_include(obj.path, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, PerSourceFlag):
self._process_per_source_flag(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, ComputedFlags):
self._process_computed_flags(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, InstallationTarget):
self._process_installation_target(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, BaseRustLibrary):
self.backend_input_files.add(obj.cargo_file)
self._process_rust_library(obj, backend_file)
# No need to call _process_linked_libraries, because Rust
# libraries are self-contained objects at this point.
# Hook the library into the compile graph.
build_target = self._build_target_for_obj(obj)
self._compile_graph[build_target]
self._rust_targets.add(build_target)
self._rust_lib_targets.add(build_target)
if obj.is_gkrust:
self._gkrust_target = build_target
elif isinstance(obj, SharedLibrary):
self._process_shared_library(obj, backend_file)
self._process_linked_libraries(obj, backend_file)
self._no_skip["syms"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
elif isinstance(obj, StaticLibrary):
self._process_static_library(obj, backend_file)
self._process_linked_libraries(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, SandboxedWasmLibrary):
self._process_sandboxed_wasm_library(obj, backend_file)
self._no_skip["syms"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
elif isinstance(obj, HostLibrary):
self._process_linked_libraries(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, HostSharedLibrary):
self._process_host_shared_library(obj, backend_file)
self._process_linked_libraries(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, ObjdirFiles):
self._process_objdir_files(obj, obj.files, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, ObjdirPreprocessedFiles):
self._process_final_target_pp_files(
obj, obj.files, backend_file, "OBJDIR_PP_FILES"
)
elif isinstance(obj, LocalizedFiles):
self._process_localized_files(obj, obj.files, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, LocalizedPreprocessedFiles):
self._process_localized_pp_files(obj, obj.files, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, FinalTargetFiles):
self._process_final_target_files(obj, obj.files, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, FinalTargetPreprocessedFiles):
self._process_final_target_pp_files(
obj, obj.files, backend_file, "DIST_FILES"
)
elif isinstance(obj, ChromeManifestEntry):
self._process_chrome_manifest_entry(obj, backend_file)
elif isinstance(obj, TestManifest):
self._process_test_manifest(obj, backend_file)
else:
return False
return True
def _fill_root_mk(self):
"""
Create two files, root.mk and root-deps.mk, the first containing
convenience variables, and the other dependency definitions for a
hopefully proper directory traversal.
"""
for tier, no_skip in self._no_skip.items():
self.log(
logging.DEBUG,
"fill_root_mk",
{"number": len(no_skip), "tier": tier},
"Using {number} directories during {tier}",
)
def should_skip(tier, dir):
if tier in self._no_skip:
return dir not in self._no_skip[tier]
return False
# Traverse directories in parallel, and skip static dirs
def parallel_filter(current, subdirs):
all_subdirs = subdirs.dirs + subdirs.tests
if should_skip(tier, current) or current.startswith("subtiers/"):
current = None
return current, all_subdirs, []
# build everything in parallel, including static dirs
# Because of bug 925236 and possible other unknown race conditions,
# don't parallelize the libs tier.
def libs_filter(current, subdirs):
if should_skip("libs", current) or current.startswith("subtiers/"):
current = None
return current, [], subdirs.dirs + subdirs.tests
# Because of bug 925236 and possible other unknown race conditions,
# don't parallelize the tools tier. There aren't many directories for
# this tier anyways.
def tools_filter(current, subdirs):
if should_skip("tools", current) or current.startswith("subtiers/"):
current = None
return current, [], subdirs.dirs + subdirs.tests
filters = [
("export", parallel_filter),
("libs", libs_filter),
("misc", parallel_filter),
("tools", tools_filter),
("check", parallel_filter),
]
root_deps_mk = Makefile()
# Fill the dependencies for traversal of each tier.
for tier, filter in sorted(filters, key=itemgetter(0)):
main, all_deps = self._traversal.compute_dependencies(filter)
for dir, deps in sorted(all_deps.items()):
if deps is not None or (dir in self._idl_dirs and tier == "export"):
rule = root_deps_mk.create_rule(["%s/%s" % (dir, tier)])
if deps:
rule.add_dependencies(
"%s/%s" % (d, tier) for d in sorted(deps) if d
)
rule = root_deps_mk.create_rule(["recurse_%s" % tier])
if main:
rule.add_dependencies("%s/%s" % (d, tier) for d in sorted(main))
rule = root_deps_mk.create_rule(["recurse_pre-compile"])
rule.add_dependencies("%s/pre-compile" % d for d in sorted(self._pre_compile))
targets_with_pre_compile = sorted(
t for t in self._compile_graph if mozpath.dirname(t) in self._pre_compile
)
for t in targets_with_pre_compile:
relobjdir = mozpath.dirname(t)
rule = root_deps_mk.create_rule([t])
rule.add_dependencies(["%s/pre-compile" % relobjdir])
all_compile_deps = (
six.moves.reduce(lambda x, y: x | y, self._compile_graph.values())
if self._compile_graph
else set()
)
# Include the following as dependencies of the top recursion target for
# compilation:
# - nodes that are not dependended upon by anything. Typically, this
# would include programs, that need to be recursed, but that nothing
# depends on.
# - nodes that have no dependencies of their own. Technically, this is
# not necessary, because other things have dependencies on them, and
# they all end up rooting to nodes from the above category. But the
# way make works[1] is such that there can be benefits listing them
# as direct dependencies of the top recursion target, to somehow
# prioritize them.
# 1. See bug 1262241 comment 5.
compile_roots = [
t
for t, deps in six.iteritems(self._compile_graph)
if not deps or t not in all_compile_deps
]
def add_category_rules(category, roots, graph):
rule = root_deps_mk.create_rule(["recurse_%s" % category])
# Directories containing rust compilations don't generally depend
# on other directories in the tree, so putting them first here will
# start them earlier in the build.
rust_roots = sorted(r for r in roots if r in self._rust_targets)
rust_libs = sorted(r for r in roots if r in self._rust_lib_targets)
if category == "compile" and rust_roots:
rust_rule = root_deps_mk.create_rule(["recurse_rust"])
rust_rule.add_dependencies(rust_roots)
# Ensure our cargo invocations are serialized, and gecko comes
# first. Cargo will lock on the build output directory anyway,
# so trying to run things in parallel is not useful. Dependencies
# for gecko are especially expensive to build and parallelize
# poorly, so prioritizing these will save some idle time in full
# builds.
for prior_target, target in pairwise(
sorted(
[t for t in rust_libs], key=lambda t: t != self._gkrust_target
)
):
r = root_deps_mk.create_rule([target])
r.add_dependencies([prior_target])
rule.add_dependencies(chain(rust_roots, sorted(roots)))
for target, deps in sorted(graph.items()):
if deps:
rule = root_deps_mk.create_rule([target])
rule.add_dependencies(sorted(deps))
non_default_roots = defaultdict(list)
non_default_graphs = defaultdict(lambda: OrderedDefaultDict(set))
for root in compile_roots:
# If this is a non-default target, separate the root from the
# rest of the compile graph.
target_name = mozpath.basename(root)
if target_name not in ("target", "target-objects", "host", "host-objects"):
non_default_roots[target_name].append(root)
non_default_graphs[target_name][root] = self._compile_graph[root]
del self._compile_graph[root]
for root in chain(*non_default_roots.values()):
compile_roots.remove(root)
dirname = mozpath.dirname(root)
# If a directory only contains non-default compile targets, we don't
# attempt to dump symbols there.
if (
dirname in self._no_skip["syms"]
and "%s/target" % dirname not in self._compile_graph
):
self._no_skip["syms"].remove(dirname)
add_category_rules("compile", compile_roots, self._compile_graph)
for category, graph in sorted(six.iteritems(non_default_graphs)):
add_category_rules(category, non_default_roots[category], graph)
root_mk = Makefile()
# Fill root.mk with the convenience variables.
for tier, filter in filters:
all_dirs = self._traversal.traverse("", filter)
root_mk.add_statement("%s_dirs := %s" % (tier, " ".join(all_dirs)))
# Need a list of compile targets because we can't use pattern rules:
root_mk.add_statement(
"pre_compile_targets := %s"
% " ".join(sorted("%s/pre-compile" % p for p in self._pre_compile))
)
root_mk.add_statement(
"compile_targets := %s"
% " ".join(sorted(set(self._compile_graph.keys()) | all_compile_deps))
)
root_mk.add_statement(
"syms_targets := %s"
% " ".join(sorted(set("%s/syms" % d for d in self._no_skip["syms"])))
)
root_mk.add_statement(
"rust_targets := %s" % " ".join(sorted(self._rust_targets))
)
root_mk.add_statement(
"non_default_tiers := %s" % " ".join(sorted(non_default_roots.keys()))
)
for category, graphs in sorted(six.iteritems(non_default_graphs)):
category_dirs = [mozpath.dirname(target) for target in graphs.keys()]
root_mk.add_statement("%s_dirs := %s" % (category, " ".join(category_dirs)))
root_mk.add_statement("include root-deps.mk")
with self._write_file(
mozpath.join(self.environment.topobjdir, "root.mk")
) as root:
root_mk.dump(root, removal_guard=False)
with self._write_file(
mozpath.join(self.environment.topobjdir, "root-deps.mk")
) as root_deps:
root_deps_mk.dump(root_deps, removal_guard=False)
def _add_unified_build_rules(
self,
makefile,
unified_source_mapping,
unified_files_makefile_variable="unified_files",
include_curdir_build_rules=True,
):
# In case it's a generator.
unified_source_mapping = sorted(unified_source_mapping)
explanation = (
"\n"
"# We build files in 'unified' mode by including several files\n"
"# together into a single source file. This cuts down on\n"
"# compilation times and debug information size."
)
makefile.add_statement(explanation)
all_sources = " ".join(source for source, _ in unified_source_mapping)
makefile.add_statement(
"%s := %s" % (unified_files_makefile_variable, all_sources)
)
if include_curdir_build_rules:
makefile.add_statement(
"\n"
'# Make sometimes gets confused between "foo" and "$(CURDIR)/foo".\n'
"# Help it out by explicitly specifiying dependencies."
)
makefile.add_statement(
"all_absolute_unified_files := \\\n"
" $(addprefix $(CURDIR)/,$(%s))" % unified_files_makefile_variable
)
rule = makefile.create_rule(["$(all_absolute_unified_files)"])
rule.add_dependencies(["$(CURDIR)/%: %"])
def _check_blacklisted_variables(self, makefile_in, makefile_content):
if "EXTERNALLY_MANAGED_MAKE_FILE" in makefile_content:
# Bypass the variable restrictions for externally managed makefiles.
return
for l in makefile_content.splitlines():
l = l.strip()
# Don't check comments
if l.startswith("#"):
continue
for x in chain(_MOZBUILD_ONLY_VARIABLES, DEPRECATED_VARIABLES):
if x not in l:
continue
# Finding the variable name in the Makefile is not enough: it
# may just appear as part of something else, like DIRS appears
# in GENERATED_DIRS.
if re.search(r"\b%s\s*[:?+]?=" % x, l):
if x in _MOZBUILD_ONLY_VARIABLES:
message = MOZBUILD_VARIABLES_MESSAGE
else:
message = DEPRECATED_VARIABLES_MESSAGE
raise Exception(
"Variable %s is defined in %s. %s" % (x, makefile_in, message)
)
def consume_finished(self):
CommonBackend.consume_finished(self)
for objdir, backend_file in sorted(self._backend_files.items()):
srcdir = backend_file.srcdir
with self._write_file(fh=backend_file) as bf:
makefile_in = mozpath.join(srcdir, "Makefile.in")
makefile = mozpath.join(objdir, "Makefile")
# If Makefile.in exists, use it as a template. Otherwise,
# create a stub.
stub = not os.path.exists(makefile_in)
if not stub:
self.log(
logging.DEBUG,
"substitute_makefile",
{"path": makefile},
"Substituting makefile: {path}",
)
self._makefile_in_count += 1
# In the export and libs tiers, we don't skip directories
# containing a Makefile.in.
# topobjdir is handled separatedly, don't do anything for
# it.
if bf.relobjdir:
for tier in ("export", "libs"):
self._no_skip[tier].add(bf.relobjdir)
else:
self.log(
logging.DEBUG,
"stub_makefile",
{"path": makefile},
"Creating stub Makefile: {path}",
)
obj = self.Substitution()
obj.output_path = makefile
obj.input_path = makefile_in
obj.topsrcdir = backend_file.topsrcdir
obj.topobjdir = bf.environment.topobjdir
obj.config = bf.environment
self._create_makefile(obj, stub=stub)
with io.open(obj.output_path, encoding="utf-8") as fh:
content = fh.read()
# Directories with a Makefile containing a tools target, or
# XPI_PKGNAME can't be skipped and must run during the
# 'tools' tier.
for t in ("XPI_PKGNAME", "tools"):
if t not in content:
continue
if t == "tools" and not re.search(
"(?:^|\s)tools.*::", content, re.M
):
continue
if objdir == self.environment.topobjdir:
continue
self._no_skip["tools"].add(
mozpath.relpath(objdir, self.environment.topobjdir)
)
# Directories with a Makefile containing a check target
# can't be skipped and must run during the 'check' tier.
if re.search("(?:^|\s)check.*::", content, re.M):
self._no_skip["check"].add(
mozpath.relpath(objdir, self.environment.topobjdir)
)
# Detect any Makefile.ins that contain variables on the
# moz.build-only list
self._check_blacklisted_variables(makefile_in, content)
self._fill_root_mk()
# Make the master test manifest files.
for flavor, t in self._test_manifests.items():
install_prefix, manifests = t
manifest_stem = mozpath.join(install_prefix, "%s.ini" % flavor)
self._write_master_test_manifest(
mozpath.join(self.environment.topobjdir, "_tests", manifest_stem),
manifests,
)
# Catch duplicate inserts.
try:
self._install_manifests["_tests"].add_optional_exists(manifest_stem)
except ValueError:
pass
self._write_manifests("install", self._install_manifests)
ensureParentDir(mozpath.join(self.environment.topobjdir, "dist", "foo"))
def _pretty_path_parts(self, path, backend_file):
assert isinstance(path, Path)
if isinstance(path, SourcePath):
if path.full_path.startswith(backend_file.srcdir):
return "$(srcdir)", path.full_path[len(backend_file.srcdir) :]
if path.full_path.startswith(backend_file.topsrcdir):
return "$(topsrcdir)", path.full_path[len(backend_file.topsrcdir) :]
elif isinstance(path, ObjDirPath):
if path.full_path.startswith(backend_file.objdir):
return "", path.full_path[len(backend_file.objdir) + 1 :]
if path.full_path.startswith(self.environment.topobjdir):
return "$(DEPTH)", path.full_path[len(self.environment.topobjdir) :]
return "", path.full_path
def _pretty_path(self, path, backend_file):
return "".join(self._pretty_path_parts(path, backend_file))
def _process_unified_sources(self, obj):
backend_file = self._get_backend_file_for(obj)
suffix_map = {
".c": "UNIFIED_CSRCS",
".m": "UNIFIED_CMSRCS",
".mm": "UNIFIED_CMMSRCS",
".cpp": "UNIFIED_CPPSRCS",
}
var = suffix_map[obj.canonical_suffix]
non_unified_var = var[len("UNIFIED_") :]
if obj.have_unified_mapping:
self._add_unified_build_rules(
backend_file,
obj.unified_source_mapping,
unified_files_makefile_variable=var,
include_curdir_build_rules=False,
)
backend_file.write("%s += $(%s)\n" % (non_unified_var, var))
else:
# Sorted so output is consistent and we don't bump mtimes.
source_files = list(sorted(obj.files))
backend_file.write("%s += %s\n" % (non_unified_var, " ".join(source_files)))
self._compile_graph[mozpath.join(backend_file.relobjdir, "target-objects")]
def _process_directory_traversal(self, obj, backend_file):
"""Process a data.DirectoryTraversal instance."""
fh = backend_file.fh
def relativize(base, dirs):
return (mozpath.relpath(d.translated, base) for d in dirs)
if obj.dirs:
fh.write(
"DIRS := %s\n" % " ".join(relativize(backend_file.objdir, obj.dirs))
)
self._traversal.add(
backend_file.relobjdir,
dirs=relativize(self.environment.topobjdir, obj.dirs),
)
# The directory needs to be registered whether subdirectories have been
# registered or not.
self._traversal.add(backend_file.relobjdir)
def _process_defines(self, obj, backend_file, which="DEFINES"):
"""Output the DEFINES rules to the given backend file."""
defines = list(obj.get_defines())
if defines:
defines = " ".join(shell_quote(d) for d in defines)
backend_file.write_once("%s += %s\n" % (which, defines))
def _process_installation_target(self, obj, backend_file):
# A few makefiles need to be able to override the following rules via
# make XPI_NAME=blah commands, so we default to the lazy evaluation as
# much as possible here to avoid breaking things.
if obj.xpiname:
backend_file.write("XPI_NAME = %s\n" % (obj.xpiname))
if obj.subdir:
backend_file.write("DIST_SUBDIR = %s\n" % (obj.subdir))
if obj.target and not obj.is_custom():
backend_file.write("FINAL_TARGET = $(DEPTH)/%s\n" % (obj.target))
else:
backend_file.write(
"FINAL_TARGET = $(if $(XPI_NAME),$(DIST)/xpi-stage/$(XPI_NAME),"
"$(DIST)/bin)$(DIST_SUBDIR:%=/%)\n"
)
if not obj.enabled:
backend_file.write("NO_DIST_INSTALL := 1\n")
def _handle_idl_manager(self, manager):
build_files = self._install_manifests["xpidl"]
for p in ("Makefile", "backend.mk", ".deps/.mkdir.done"):
build_files.add_optional_exists(p)
for stem in manager.idl_stems():
self._install_manifests["dist_include"].add_optional_exists("%s.h" % stem)
for module in manager.modules:
build_files.add_optional_exists(mozpath.join(".deps", "%s.pp" % module))
modules = manager.modules
xpt_modules = sorted(modules.keys())
mk = Makefile()
all_directories = set()
for module_name in xpt_modules:
module = manager.modules[module_name]
all_directories |= module.directories
deps = sorted(module.idl_files)
# It may seem strange to have the .idl files listed as
# prerequisites both here and in the auto-generated .pp files.
# It is necessary to list them here to handle the case where a
# new .idl is added to an xpt. If we add a new .idl and nothing
# else has changed, the new .idl won't be referenced anywhere
# except in the command invocation. Therefore, the .xpt won't
# be rebuilt because the dependencies say it is up to date. By
# listing the .idls here, we ensure the make file has a
# reference to the new .idl. Since the new .idl presumably has
# an mtime newer than the .xpt, it will trigger xpt generation.
mk.add_statement("%s_deps := %s" % (module_name, " ".join(deps)))
build_files.add_optional_exists("%s.xpt" % module_name)
mk.add_statement("all_idl_dirs := %s" % " ".join(sorted(all_directories)))
rules = StringIO()
mk.dump(rules, removal_guard=False)
# Create dependency for output header so we force regeneration if the
# header was deleted. This ideally should not be necessary. However,
# some processes (such as PGO at the time this was implemented) wipe
# out dist/include without regard to our install manifests.
obj = self.Substitution()
obj.output_path = mozpath.join(
self.environment.topobjdir, "config", "makefiles", "xpidl", "Makefile"
)
obj.input_path = mozpath.join(
self.environment.topsrcdir, "config", "makefiles", "xpidl", "Makefile.in"
)
obj.topsrcdir = self.environment.topsrcdir
obj.topobjdir = self.environment.topobjdir
obj.config = self.environment
self._create_makefile(
obj,
extra=dict(
xpidl_rules=rules.getvalue(), xpidl_modules=" ".join(xpt_modules)
),
)
def _process_program(self, obj, backend_file):
backend_file.write(
"PROGRAM = %s\n" % self._pretty_path(obj.output_path, backend_file)
)
if not obj.cxx_link and not self.environment.bin_suffix:
backend_file.write("PROG_IS_C_ONLY_%s := 1\n" % obj.program)
def _process_host_program(self, program, backend_file):
backend_file.write(
"HOST_PROGRAM = %s\n" % self._pretty_path(program.output_path, backend_file)
)
def _process_rust_program_base(
self, obj, backend_file, target_variable, target_cargo_variable
):
backend_file.write_once("CARGO_FILE := %s\n" % obj.cargo_file)
backend_file.write_once("CARGO_TARGET_DIR := .\n")
backend_file.write("%s += %s\n" % (target_variable, obj.location))
backend_file.write("%s += %s\n" % (target_cargo_variable, obj.name))
def _process_rust_program(self, obj, backend_file):
self._process_rust_program_base(
obj, backend_file, "RUST_PROGRAMS", "RUST_CARGO_PROGRAMS"
)
def _process_host_rust_program(self, obj, backend_file):
self._process_rust_program_base(
obj, backend_file, "HOST_RUST_PROGRAMS", "HOST_RUST_CARGO_PROGRAMS"
)
def _process_rust_tests(self, obj, backend_file):
if obj.config.substs.get("MOZ_RUST_TESTS"):
# If --enable-rust-tests has been set, run these as a part of
# make check.
self._no_skip["check"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
backend_file.write("check:: force-cargo-test-run\n")
build_target = self._build_target_for_obj(obj)
self._compile_graph[build_target]
self._process_non_default_target(obj, "force-cargo-test-run", backend_file)
backend_file.write_once("CARGO_FILE := $(srcdir)/Cargo.toml\n")
backend_file.write_once("RUST_TESTS := %s\n" % " ".join(obj.names))
backend_file.write_once("RUST_TEST_FEATURES := %s\n" % " ".join(obj.features))
def _process_simple_program(self, obj, backend_file):
if obj.is_unit_test:
backend_file.write("CPP_UNIT_TESTS += %s\n" % obj.program)
assert obj.cxx_link
else:
backend_file.write("SIMPLE_PROGRAMS += %s\n" % obj.program)
if not obj.cxx_link and not self.environment.bin_suffix:
backend_file.write("PROG_IS_C_ONLY_%s := 1\n" % obj.program)
def _process_host_simple_program(self, program, backend_file):
backend_file.write("HOST_SIMPLE_PROGRAMS += %s\n" % program)
def _process_test_support_file(self, obj):
# Ensure test support programs and libraries are tracked by an
# install manifest for the benefit of the test packager.
if not obj.install_target.startswith("_tests"):
return
dest_basename = None
if isinstance(obj, BaseLibrary):
dest_basename = obj.lib_name
elif isinstance(obj, BaseProgram):
dest_basename = obj.program
if dest_basename is None:
return
self._install_manifests["_tests"].add_optional_exists(
mozpath.join(obj.install_target[len("_tests") + 1 :], dest_basename)
)
def _process_test_manifest(self, obj, backend_file):
# Much of the logic in this function could be moved to CommonBackend.
for source in obj.source_relpaths:
self.backend_input_files.add(mozpath.join(obj.topsrcdir, source))
# Don't allow files to be defined multiple times unless it is allowed.
# We currently allow duplicates for non-test files or test files if
# the manifest is listed as a duplicate.
for source, (dest, is_test) in obj.installs.items():
try:
self._install_manifests["_test_files"].add_link(source, dest)
except ValueError:
if not obj.dupe_manifest and is_test:
raise
for base, pattern, dest in obj.pattern_installs:
try:
self._install_manifests["_test_files"].add_pattern_link(
base, pattern, dest
)
except ValueError:
if not obj.dupe_manifest:
raise
for dest in obj.external_installs:
try:
self._install_manifests["_test_files"].add_optional_exists(dest)
except ValueError:
if not obj.dupe_manifest:
raise
m = self._test_manifests.setdefault(obj.flavor, (obj.install_prefix, set()))
m[1].add(obj.manifest_obj_relpath)
try:
from reftest import ReftestManifest
if isinstance(obj.manifest, ReftestManifest):
# Mark included files as part of the build backend so changes
# result in re-config.
self.backend_input_files |= obj.manifest.manifests
except ImportError:
# Ignore errors caused by the reftest module not being present.
# This can happen when building SpiderMonkey standalone, for example.
pass
def _process_local_include(self, local_include, backend_file):
d, path = self._pretty_path_parts(local_include, backend_file)
if isinstance(local_include, ObjDirPath) and not d:
# path doesn't start with a slash in this case
d = "$(CURDIR)/"
elif d == "$(DEPTH)":
d = "$(topobjdir)"
quoted_path = shell_quote(path) if path else path
if quoted_path != path:
path = quoted_path[0] + d + quoted_path[1:]
else:
path = d + path
backend_file.write("LOCAL_INCLUDES += -I%s\n" % path)
def _process_per_source_flag(self, per_source_flag, backend_file):
for flag in per_source_flag.flags:
backend_file.write(
"%s_FLAGS += %s\n" % (mozpath.basename(per_source_flag.file_name), flag)
)
def _process_computed_flags(self, computed_flags, backend_file):
for var, flags in computed_flags.get_flags():
backend_file.write(
"COMPUTED_%s += %s\n"
% (var, " ".join(make_quote(shell_quote(f)) for f in flags))
)
def _process_non_default_target(self, libdef, target_name, backend_file):
backend_file.write("%s:: %s\n" % (libdef.output_category, target_name))
backend_file.write("MOZBUILD_NON_DEFAULT_TARGETS += %s\n" % target_name)
def _process_shared_library(self, libdef, backend_file):
backend_file.write_once("LIBRARY_NAME := %s\n" % libdef.basename)
backend_file.write("FORCE_SHARED_LIB := 1\n")
backend_file.write("IMPORT_LIBRARY := %s\n" % libdef.import_name)
backend_file.write("SHARED_LIBRARY := %s\n" % libdef.lib_name)
if libdef.soname:
backend_file.write("DSO_SONAME := %s\n" % libdef.soname)
if libdef.symbols_file:
if libdef.symbols_link_arg:
backend_file.write("EXTRA_DSO_LDOPTS += %s\n" % libdef.symbols_link_arg)
if not libdef.cxx_link:
backend_file.write("LIB_IS_C_ONLY := 1\n")
if libdef.output_category:
self._process_non_default_target(libdef, libdef.lib_name, backend_file)
# Override the install rule target for this library. This is hacky,
# but can go away as soon as we start building libraries in their
# final location (bug 1459764).
backend_file.write("SHARED_LIBRARY_TARGET := %s\n" % libdef.output_category)
def _process_static_library(self, libdef, backend_file):
backend_file.write_once("LIBRARY_NAME := %s\n" % libdef.basename)
backend_file.write("FORCE_STATIC_LIB := 1\n")
backend_file.write("REAL_LIBRARY := %s\n" % libdef.lib_name)
if libdef.no_expand_lib:
backend_file.write("NO_EXPAND_LIBS := 1\n")
def _process_sandboxed_wasm_library(self, libdef, backend_file):
backend_file.write("WASM_ARCHIVE := %s\n" % libdef.basename)
def _process_rust_library(self, libdef, backend_file):
backend_file.write_once(
"%s := %s\n" % (libdef.LIB_FILE_VAR, libdef.import_name)
)
backend_file.write_once("CARGO_FILE := $(srcdir)/Cargo.toml\n")
# Need to normalize the path so Cargo sees the same paths from all
# possible invocations of Cargo with this CARGO_TARGET_DIR. Otherwise,
# Cargo's dependency calculations don't work as we expect and we wind
# up recompiling lots of things.
target_dir = mozpath.normpath(backend_file.environment.topobjdir)
backend_file.write("CARGO_TARGET_DIR := %s\n" % target_dir)
if libdef.features:
backend_file.write(
"%s := %s\n" % (libdef.FEATURES_VAR, " ".join(libdef.features))
)
if libdef.output_category:
self._process_non_default_target(libdef, libdef.import_name, backend_file)
def _process_host_shared_library(self, libdef, backend_file):
backend_file.write("HOST_SHARED_LIBRARY = %s\n" % libdef.lib_name)
def _build_target_for_obj(self, obj):
if hasattr(obj, "output_category") and obj.output_category:
target_name = obj.output_category
else:
target_name = obj.KIND
if target_name == "wasm":
target_name = "target"
return "%s/%s" % (
mozpath.relpath(obj.objdir, self.environment.topobjdir),
target_name,
)
def _process_linked_libraries(self, obj, backend_file):
def pretty_relpath(lib, name):
return os.path.normpath(
mozpath.join(mozpath.relpath(lib.objdir, obj.objdir), name)
)
objs, shared_libs, os_libs, static_libs = self._expand_libs(obj)
obj_target = obj.name
if isinstance(obj, Program):
obj_target = self._pretty_path(obj.output_path, backend_file)
objs_ref = " \\\n ".join(os.path.relpath(o, obj.objdir) for o in objs)
# Don't bother with a list file if we're only linking objects built
# in this directory or building a real static library. This
# accommodates clang-plugin, where we would otherwise pass an
# incorrect list file format to the host compiler as well as when
# creating an archive with AR, which doesn't understand list files.
if (
objs == obj.objs
and not isinstance(obj, (HostLibrary, StaticLibrary, SandboxedWasmLibrary))
or isinstance(obj, (StaticLibrary, SandboxedWasmLibrary))
and obj.no_expand_lib
):
backend_file.write_once("%s_OBJS := %s\n" % (obj.name, objs_ref))
backend_file.write("%s: %s\n" % (obj_target, objs_ref))
elif not isinstance(obj, (HostLibrary, StaticLibrary, SandboxedWasmLibrary)):
list_file_path = "%s.list" % obj.name.replace(".", "_")
list_file_ref = self._make_list_file(
obj.KIND, obj.objdir, objs, list_file_path
)
backend_file.write_once("%s_OBJS := %s\n" % (obj.name, list_file_ref))
backend_file.write_once("%s: %s\n" % (obj_target, list_file_path))
backend_file.write("%s: %s\n" % (obj_target, objs_ref))
for lib in shared_libs:
assert obj.KIND != "host" and obj.KIND != "wasm"
backend_file.write_once(
"SHARED_LIBS += %s\n" % pretty_relpath(lib, lib.import_name)
)
# We have to link any Rust libraries after all intermediate static
# libraries have been listed to ensure that the Rust libraries are
# searched after the C/C++ objects that might reference Rust symbols.
var = "HOST_LIBS" if obj.KIND == "host" else "STATIC_LIBS"
for lib in chain(
(l for l in static_libs if not isinstance(l, BaseRustLibrary)),
(l for l in static_libs if isinstance(l, BaseRustLibrary)),
):
backend_file.write_once(
"%s += %s\n" % (var, pretty_relpath(lib, lib.import_name))
)
for lib in os_libs:
if obj.KIND == "target":
backend_file.write_once("OS_LIBS += %s\n" % lib)
elif obj.KIND == "host":
backend_file.write_once("HOST_EXTRA_LIBS += %s\n" % lib)
if not isinstance(obj, (StaticLibrary, HostLibrary)) or obj.no_expand_lib:
# This will create the node even if there aren't any linked libraries.
build_target = self._build_target_for_obj(obj)
self._compile_graph[build_target]
# Make the build target depend on all the target/host-objects that
# recursively are linked into it.
def recurse_libraries(obj):
for lib in obj.linked_libraries:
if (
isinstance(lib, (StaticLibrary, HostLibrary))
and not lib.no_expand_lib
):
recurse_libraries(lib)
elif not isinstance(lib, ExternalLibrary):
self._compile_graph[build_target].add(
self._build_target_for_obj(lib)
)
relobjdir = mozpath.relpath(obj.objdir, self.environment.topobjdir)
objects_target = mozpath.join(relobjdir, "%s-objects" % obj.KIND)
if objects_target in self._compile_graph:
self._compile_graph[build_target].add(objects_target)
recurse_libraries(obj)
# Process library-based defines
self._process_defines(obj.lib_defines, backend_file)
def _add_install_target(self, backend_file, install_target, tier, dest, files):
self._no_skip[tier].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
for f in files:
backend_file.write("%s_FILES += %s\n" % (install_target, f))
backend_file.write("%s_DEST := %s\n" % (install_target, dest))
backend_file.write("%s_TARGET := %s\n" % (install_target, tier))
backend_file.write("INSTALL_TARGETS += %s\n" % install_target)
def _process_final_target_files(self, obj, files, backend_file):
target = obj.install_target
path = mozpath.basedir(
target, ("dist/bin", "dist/xpi-stage", "_tests", "dist/include")
)
if not path:
raise Exception("Cannot install to " + target)
# Exports are not interesting to artifact builds.
if path == "dist/include" and self.environment.is_artifact_build:
return
manifest = path.replace("/", "_")
install_manifest = self._install_manifests[manifest]
reltarget = mozpath.relpath(target, path)
for path, files in files.walk():
target_var = (mozpath.join(target, path) if path else target).replace(
"/", "_"
)
# We don't necessarily want to combine these, because non-wildcard
# absolute files tend to be libraries, and we don't want to mix
# those in with objdir headers that will be installed during export.
# (See bug 1642882 for details.)
objdir_files = []
absolute_files = []
for f in files:
assert not isinstance(f, RenamedSourcePath)
dest_dir = mozpath.join(reltarget, path)
dest_file = mozpath.join(dest_dir, f.target_basename)
if not isinstance(f, ObjDirPath):
if "*" in f:
if f.startswith("/") or isinstance(f, AbsolutePath):
basepath, wild = os.path.split(f.full_path)
if "*" in basepath:
raise Exception(
"Wildcards are only supported in the filename part"
" of srcdir-relative or absolute paths."
)
install_manifest.add_pattern_link(basepath, wild, dest_dir)
else:
install_manifest.add_pattern_link(f.srcdir, f, dest_dir)
elif isinstance(f, AbsolutePath):
if not f.full_path.lower().endswith((".dll", ".pdb", ".so")):
raise Exception(
"Absolute paths installed to FINAL_TARGET_FILES must"
" only be shared libraries or associated debug"
" information."
)
install_manifest.add_optional_exists(dest_file)
absolute_files.append(f.full_path)
else:
install_manifest.add_link(f.full_path, dest_file)
else:
install_manifest.add_optional_exists(dest_file)
objdir_files.append(self._pretty_path(f, backend_file))
install_location = "$(DEPTH)/%s" % mozpath.join(target, path)
if objdir_files:
tier = "export" if obj.install_target == "dist/include" else "misc"
# We cannot generate multilocale.txt during misc at the moment.
if objdir_files[0] == "multilocale.txt":
tier = "libs"
self._add_install_target(
backend_file, target_var, tier, install_location, objdir_files
)
if absolute_files:
# Unfortunately, we can't use _add_install_target because on
# Windows, the absolute file paths that we want to install
# from often have spaces. So we write our own rule.
self._no_skip["misc"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
backend_file.write(
"misc::\n%s\n"
% "\n".join(
"\t$(INSTALL) %s %s"
% (make_quote(shell_quote(f)), install_location)
for f in absolute_files
)
)
def _process_final_target_pp_files(self, obj, files, backend_file, name):
# Bug 1177710 - We'd like to install these via manifests as
# preprocessed files. But they currently depend on non-standard flags
# being added via some Makefiles, so for now we just pass them through
# to the underlying Makefile.in.
#
# Note that if this becomes a manifest, OBJDIR_PP_FILES will likely
# still need to use PP_TARGETS internally because we can't have an
# install manifest for the root of the objdir.
for i, (path, files) in enumerate(files.walk()):
self._no_skip["misc"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
var = "%s_%d" % (name, i)
for f in files:
backend_file.write(
"%s += %s\n" % (var, self._pretty_path(f, backend_file))
)
backend_file.write(
"%s_PATH := $(DEPTH)/%s\n"
% (var, mozpath.join(obj.install_target, path))
)
backend_file.write("%s_TARGET := misc\n" % var)
backend_file.write("PP_TARGETS += %s\n" % var)
def _write_localized_files_files(self, files, name, backend_file):
for f in files:
if not isinstance(f, ObjDirPath):
# The emitter asserts that all srcdir files start with `en-US/`
e, f = f.split("en-US/")
assert not e
if "*" in f:
# We can't use MERGE_FILE for wildcards because it takes
# only the first match internally. This is only used
# in one place in the tree currently so we'll hardcode
# that specific behavior for now.
backend_file.write(
"%s += $(wildcard $(LOCALE_SRCDIR)/%s)\n" % (name, f)
)
else:
backend_file.write("%s += $(call MERGE_FILE,%s)\n" % (name, f))
else:
# Objdir files are allowed from LOCALIZED_GENERATED_FILES
backend_file.write(
"%s += %s\n" % (name, self._pretty_path(f, backend_file))
)
def _process_localized_files(self, obj, files, backend_file):
target = obj.install_target
path = mozpath.basedir(target, ("dist/bin",))
if not path:
raise Exception("Cannot install localized files to " + target)
for i, (path, files) in enumerate(files.walk()):
name = "LOCALIZED_FILES_%d" % i
self._no_skip["misc"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
self._write_localized_files_files(files, name + "_FILES", backend_file)
# Use FINAL_TARGET here because some l10n repack rules set
# XPI_NAME to generate langpacks.
backend_file.write("%s_DEST = $(FINAL_TARGET)/%s\n" % (name, path))
backend_file.write("%s_TARGET := misc\n" % name)
backend_file.write("INSTALL_TARGETS += %s\n" % name)
def _process_localized_pp_files(self, obj, files, backend_file):
target = obj.install_target
path = mozpath.basedir(target, ("dist/bin",))
if not path:
raise Exception("Cannot install localized files to " + target)
for i, (path, files) in enumerate(files.walk()):
name = "LOCALIZED_PP_FILES_%d" % i
self._no_skip["misc"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
self._write_localized_files_files(files, name, backend_file)
# Use FINAL_TARGET here because some l10n repack rules set
# XPI_NAME to generate langpacks.
backend_file.write("%s_PATH = $(FINAL_TARGET)/%s\n" % (name, path))
backend_file.write("%s_TARGET := misc\n" % name)
# Localized files will have different content in different
# localizations, and some preprocessed files may not have
# any preprocessor directives.
backend_file.write(
"%s_FLAGS := --silence-missing-directive-warnings\n" % name
)
backend_file.write("PP_TARGETS += %s\n" % name)
def _process_objdir_files(self, obj, files, backend_file):
# We can't use an install manifest for the root of the objdir, since it
# would delete all the other files that get put there by the build
# system.
for i, (path, files) in enumerate(files.walk()):
self._no_skip["misc"].add(backend_file.relobjdir)
for f in files:
backend_file.write(
"OBJDIR_%d_FILES += %s\n" % (i, self._pretty_path(f, backend_file))
)
backend_file.write("OBJDIR_%d_DEST := $(topobjdir)/%s\n" % (i, path))
backend_file.write("OBJDIR_%d_TARGET := misc\n" % i)
backend_file.write("INSTALL_TARGETS += OBJDIR_%d\n" % i)
def _process_chrome_manifest_entry(self, obj, backend_file):
fragment = Makefile()
rule = fragment.create_rule(targets=["misc:"])
top_level = mozpath.join(obj.install_target, "chrome.manifest")
if obj.path != top_level:
args = [
mozpath.join("$(DEPTH)", top_level),
make_quote(
shell_quote(
"manifest %s" % mozpath.relpath(obj.path, obj.install_target)
)
),
]
rule.add_commands(["$(call py_action,buildlist,%s)" % " ".join(args)])
args = [
mozpath.join("$(DEPTH)", obj.path),
make_quote(shell_quote(str(obj.entry))),
]
rule.add_commands(["$(call py_action,buildlist,%s)" % " ".join(args)])
fragment.dump(backend_file.fh, removal_guard=False)
self._no_skip["misc"].add(obj.relsrcdir)
def _write_manifests(self, dest, manifests):
man_dir = mozpath.join(self.environment.topobjdir, "_build_manifests", dest)
for k, manifest in manifests.items():
with self._write_file(mozpath.join(man_dir, k)) as fh:
manifest.write(fileobj=fh)
def _write_master_test_manifest(self, path, manifests):
with self._write_file(path) as master:
master.write(
"# THIS FILE WAS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED. DO NOT MODIFY BY HAND.\n\n"
)
for manifest in sorted(manifests):
master.write("[include:%s]\n" % manifest)
class Substitution(object):
"""BaseConfigSubstitution-like class for use with _create_makefile."""
__slots__ = ("input_path", "output_path", "topsrcdir", "topobjdir", "config")
def _create_makefile(self, obj, stub=False, extra=None):
"""Creates the given makefile. Makefiles are treated the same as
config files, but some additional header and footer is added to the
output.
When the stub argument is True, no source file is used, and a stub
makefile with the default header and footer only is created.
"""
with self._get_preprocessor(obj) as pp:
if extra:
pp.context.update(extra)
if not pp.context.get("autoconfmk", ""):
pp.context["autoconfmk"] = "autoconf.mk"
pp.handleLine(
"# THIS FILE WAS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED. DO NOT MODIFY BY HAND.\n"
)
pp.handleLine("DEPTH := @DEPTH@\n")
pp.handleLine("topobjdir := @topobjdir@\n")
pp.handleLine("topsrcdir := @top_srcdir@\n")
pp.handleLine("srcdir := @srcdir@\n")
pp.handleLine("srcdir_rel := @srcdir_rel@\n")
pp.handleLine("relativesrcdir := @relativesrcdir@\n")
pp.handleLine("include $(DEPTH)/config/@autoconfmk@\n")
if not stub:
pp.do_include(obj.input_path)
# Empty line to avoid failures when last line in Makefile.in ends
# with a backslash.
pp.handleLine("\n")
pp.handleLine("include $(topsrcdir)/config/recurse.mk\n")
if not stub:
# Adding the Makefile.in here has the desired side-effect
# that if the Makefile.in disappears, this will force
# moz.build traversal. This means that when we remove empty
# Makefile.in files, the old file will get replaced with
# the autogenerated one automatically.
self.backend_input_files.add(obj.input_path)
self._makefile_out_count += 1
def _handle_linked_rust_crates(self, obj, extern_crate_file):
backend_file = self._get_backend_file_for(obj)
backend_file.write("RS_STATICLIB_CRATE_SRC := %s\n" % extern_crate_file)
def _handle_ipdl_sources(
self,
ipdl_dir,
sorted_ipdl_sources,
sorted_nonstatic_ipdl_sources,
sorted_static_ipdl_sources,
):
# Write out a master list of all IPDL source files.
mk = Makefile()
sorted_nonstatic_ipdl_basenames = list()
for source in sorted_nonstatic_ipdl_sources:
basename = os.path.basename(source)
sorted_nonstatic_ipdl_basenames.append(basename)
rule = mk.create_rule([basename])
rule.add_dependencies([source])
rule.add_commands(
[
"$(RM) $@",
"$(call py_action,preprocessor,$(DEFINES) $(ACDEFINES) "
"$< -o $@)",
]
)
mk.add_statement(
"ALL_IPDLSRCS := %s %s"
% (
" ".join(sorted_nonstatic_ipdl_basenames),
" ".join(sorted_static_ipdl_sources),
)
)
# Preprocessed ipdl files are generated in ipdl_dir.
mk.add_statement(
"IPDLDIRS := %s %s"
% (
ipdl_dir,
" ".join(
sorted(set(mozpath.dirname(p) for p in sorted_static_ipdl_sources))
),
)
)
with self._write_file(mozpath.join(ipdl_dir, "ipdlsrcs.mk")) as ipdls:
mk.dump(ipdls, removal_guard=False)
def _handle_webidl_build(
self,
bindings_dir,
unified_source_mapping,
webidls,
expected_build_output_files,
global_define_files,
):
include_dir = mozpath.join(self.environment.topobjdir, "dist", "include")
for f in expected_build_output_files:
if f.startswith(include_dir):
self._install_manifests["dist_include"].add_optional_exists(
mozpath.relpath(f, include_dir)
)
# We pass WebIDL info to make via a completely generated make file.
mk = Makefile()
mk.add_statement(
"nonstatic_webidl_files := %s"
% " ".join(sorted(webidls.all_non_static_basenames()))
)
mk.add_statement(
"globalgen_sources := %s" % " ".join(sorted(global_define_files))
)
mk.add_statement(
"test_sources := %s"
% " ".join(sorted("%sBinding.cpp" % s for s in webidls.all_test_stems()))
)
# Add rules to preprocess bindings.
# This should ideally be using PP_TARGETS. However, since the input
# filenames match the output filenames, the existing PP_TARGETS rules
# result in circular dependencies and other make weirdness. One
# solution is to rename the input or output files repsectively. See
# bug 928195 comment 129.
for source in sorted(webidls.all_preprocessed_sources()):
basename = os.path.basename(source)
rule = mk.create_rule([basename])
# GLOBAL_DEPS would be used here, but due to the include order of
# our makefiles it's not set early enough to be useful, so we use
# WEBIDL_PP_DEPS, which has analagous content.
rule.add_dependencies([source, "$(WEBIDL_PP_DEPS)"])
rule.add_commands(
[
# Remove the file before writing so bindings that go from
# static to preprocessed don't end up writing to a symlink,
# which would modify content in the source directory.
"$(RM) $@",
"$(call py_action,preprocessor,$(DEFINES) $(ACDEFINES) "
"$< -o $@)",
]
)
self._add_unified_build_rules(
mk,
unified_source_mapping,
unified_files_makefile_variable="unified_binding_cpp_files",
)
webidls_mk = mozpath.join(bindings_dir, "webidlsrcs.mk")
with self._write_file(webidls_mk) as fh:
mk.dump(fh, removal_guard=False)
# Add the test directory to the compile graph.
if self.environment.substs.get("ENABLE_TESTS"):
self._compile_graph[
mozpath.join(
mozpath.relpath(bindings_dir, self.environment.topobjdir),
"test",
"target-objects",
)
]
def _format_generated_file_input_name(self, path, obj):
if obj.localized:
# Localized generated files can have locale-specific inputs, which
# are indicated by paths starting with `en-US/` or containing
# `locales/en-US/`.
if "locales/en-US" in path:
# We need an "absolute source path" relative to
# topsrcdir, like "/source/path".
if not path.startswith("/"):
path = "/" + mozpath.relpath(path.full_path, obj.topsrcdir)
e, f = path.split("locales/en-US/", 1)
assert f
return "$(call MERGE_RELATIVE_FILE,{},{}locales)".format(
f, e if not e.startswith("/") else e[len("/") :]
)
elif path.startswith("en-US/"):
e, f = path.split("en-US/", 1)
assert not e
return "$(call MERGE_FILE,%s)" % f
return self._pretty_path(path, self._get_backend_file_for(obj))
else:
return self._pretty_path(path, self._get_backend_file_for(obj))
def _format_generated_file_output_name(self, path, obj):
if not isinstance(path, Path):
path = ObjDirPath(obj._context, "!" + path)
return self._pretty_path(path, self._get_backend_file_for(obj))