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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/.
######################################################################
# DO NOT UPDATE THIS FILE WITHOUT SIGN-OFF FROM A BUILD MODULE PEER. #
######################################################################
r"""This module contains the data structure (context) holding the configuration
from a moz.build. The data emitted by the frontend derives from those contexts.
It also defines the set of variables and functions available in moz.build.
If you are looking for the absolute authority on what moz.build files can
contain, you've come to the right place.
"""
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
import operator
import os
from collections import Counter, OrderedDict
from mozbuild.util import (
HierarchicalStringList,
ImmutableStrictOrderingOnAppendList,
KeyedDefaultDict,
List,
memoize,
memoized_property,
ReadOnlyKeyedDefaultDict,
StrictOrderingOnAppendList,
StrictOrderingOnAppendListWithAction,
StrictOrderingOnAppendListWithFlagsFactory,
TypedList,
TypedNamedTuple,
)
from .. import schedules
from ..testing import read_manifestparser_manifest, read_reftest_manifest
import mozpack.path as mozpath
from types import FunctionType
import itertools
import six
class ContextDerivedValue(object):
"""Classes deriving from this one receive a special treatment in a
Context. See Context documentation.
"""
__slots__ = ()
class Context(KeyedDefaultDict):
"""Represents a moz.build configuration context.
Instances of this class are filled by the execution of sandboxes.
At the core, a Context is a dict, with a defined set of possible keys we'll
call variables. Each variable is associated with a type.
When reading a value for a given key, we first try to read the existing
value. If a value is not found and it is defined in the allowed variables
set, we return a new instance of the class for that variable. We don't
assign default instances until they are accessed because this makes
debugging the end-result much simpler. Instead of a data structure with
lots of empty/default values, you have a data structure with only the
values that were read or touched.
Instances of variables classes are created by invoking ``class_name()``,
except when class_name derives from ``ContextDerivedValue`` or
``SubContext``, in which case ``class_name(instance_of_the_context)`` or
``class_name(self)`` is invoked. A value is added to those calls when
instances are created during assignment (setitem).
allowed_variables is a dict of the variables that can be set and read in
this context instance. Keys in this dict are the strings representing keys
in this context which are valid. Values are tuples of stored type,
assigned type, default value, a docstring describing the purpose of the
variable, and a tier indicator (see comment above the VARIABLES declaration
in this module).
config is the ConfigEnvironment for this context.
"""
def __init__(self, allowed_variables={}, config=None, finder=None):
self._allowed_variables = allowed_variables
self.main_path = None
self.current_path = None
# There aren't going to be enough paths for the performance of scanning
# a list to be a problem.
self._all_paths = []
self.config = config
self._sandbox = None
self._finder = finder
KeyedDefaultDict.__init__(self, self._factory)
def push_source(self, path):
"""Adds the given path as source of the data from this context and make
it the current path for the context."""
assert os.path.isabs(path)
if not self.main_path:
self.main_path = path
else:
# Callers shouldn't push after main_path has been popped.
assert self.current_path
self.current_path = path
# The same file can be pushed twice, so don't remove any previous
# occurrence.
self._all_paths.append(path)
def pop_source(self):
"""Get back to the previous current path for the context."""
assert self.main_path
assert self.current_path
last = self._all_paths.pop()
# Keep the popped path in the list of all paths, but before the main
# path so that it's not popped again.
self._all_paths.insert(0, last)
if last == self.main_path:
self.current_path = None
else:
self.current_path = self._all_paths[-1]
return last
def add_source(self, path):
"""Adds the given path as source of the data from this context."""
assert os.path.isabs(path)
if not self.main_path:
self.main_path = self.current_path = path
# Insert at the beginning of the list so that it's always before the
# main path.
if path not in self._all_paths:
self._all_paths.insert(0, path)
@property
def error_is_fatal(self):
"""Returns True if the error function should be fatal."""
return self.config and getattr(self.config, "error_is_fatal", True)
@property
def all_paths(self):
"""Returns all paths ever added to the context."""
return set(self._all_paths)
@property
def source_stack(self):
"""Returns the current stack of pushed sources."""
if not self.current_path:
return []
return self._all_paths[self._all_paths.index(self.main_path) :]
@memoized_property
def objdir(self):
return mozpath.join(self.config.topobjdir, self.relobjdir).rstrip("/")
@memoize
def _srcdir(self, path):
return mozpath.join(self.config.topsrcdir, self._relsrcdir(path)).rstrip("/")
@property
def srcdir(self):
return self._srcdir(self.current_path or self.main_path)
@memoize
def _relsrcdir(self, path):
return mozpath.relpath(mozpath.dirname(path), self.config.topsrcdir)
@property
def relsrcdir(self):
assert self.main_path
return self._relsrcdir(self.current_path or self.main_path)
@memoized_property
def relobjdir(self):
assert self.main_path
return mozpath.relpath(mozpath.dirname(self.main_path), self.config.topsrcdir)
def _factory(self, key):
"""Function called when requesting a missing key."""
defaults = self._allowed_variables.get(key)
if not defaults:
raise KeyError("global_ns", "get_unknown", key)
# If the default is specifically a lambda (or, rather, any function
# --but not a class that can be called), then it is actually a rule to
# generate the default that should be used.
default = defaults[0]
if issubclass(default, ContextDerivedValue):
return default(self)
else:
return default()
def _validate(self, key, value, is_template=False):
"""Validates whether the key is allowed and if the value's type
matches.
"""
stored_type, input_type, docs = self._allowed_variables.get(
key, (None, None, None)
)
if stored_type is None or not is_template and key in TEMPLATE_VARIABLES:
raise KeyError("global_ns", "set_unknown", key, value)
# If the incoming value is not the type we store, we try to convert
# it to that type. This relies on proper coercion rules existing. This
# is the responsibility of whoever defined the symbols: a type should
# not be in the allowed set if the constructor function for the stored
# type does not accept an instance of that type.
if not isinstance(value, (stored_type, input_type)):
raise ValueError("global_ns", "set_type", key, value, input_type)
return stored_type
def __setitem__(self, key, value):
stored_type = self._validate(key, value)
if not isinstance(value, stored_type):
if issubclass(stored_type, ContextDerivedValue):
value = stored_type(self, value)
else:
value = stored_type(value)
return KeyedDefaultDict.__setitem__(self, key, value)
def update(self, iterable={}, **kwargs):
"""Like dict.update(), but using the context's setitem.
This function is transactional: if setitem fails for one of the values,
the context is not updated at all."""
if isinstance(iterable, dict):
iterable = iterable.items()
update = {}
for key, value in itertools.chain(iterable, kwargs.items()):
stored_type = self._validate(key, value)
# Don't create an instance of stored_type if coercion is needed,
# until all values are validated.
update[key] = (value, stored_type)
for key, (value, stored_type) in update.items():
if not isinstance(value, stored_type):
update[key] = stored_type(value)
else:
update[key] = value
KeyedDefaultDict.update(self, update)
class TemplateContext(Context):
def __init__(self, template=None, allowed_variables={}, config=None):
self.template = template
super(TemplateContext, self).__init__(allowed_variables, config)
def _validate(self, key, value):
return Context._validate(self, key, value, True)
class SubContext(Context, ContextDerivedValue):
"""A Context derived from another Context.
Sub-contexts are intended to be used as context managers.
Sub-contexts inherit paths and other relevant state from the parent
context.
"""
def __init__(self, parent):
assert isinstance(parent, Context)
Context.__init__(self, allowed_variables=self.VARIABLES, config=parent.config)
# Copy state from parent.
for p in parent.source_stack:
self.push_source(p)
self._sandbox = parent._sandbox
def __enter__(self):
if not self._sandbox or self._sandbox() is None:
raise Exception("a sandbox is required")
self._sandbox().push_subcontext(self)
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback):
self._sandbox().pop_subcontext(self)
class InitializedDefines(ContextDerivedValue, OrderedDict):
def __init__(self, context, value=None):
OrderedDict.__init__(self)
for define in context.config.substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG_DEFINES", ()):
self[define] = 1
if value:
if not isinstance(value, OrderedDict):
raise ValueError("Can only initialize with another OrderedDict")
self.update(value)
def update(self, *other, **kwargs):
# Since iteration over non-ordered dicts is non-deterministic, this dict
# will be populated in an unpredictable order unless the argument to
# update() is also ordered. (It's important that we maintain this
# invariant so we can be sure that running `./mach build-backend` twice
# in a row without updating any files in the workspace generates exactly
# the same output.)
if kwargs:
raise ValueError("Cannot call update() with kwargs")
if other:
if not isinstance(other[0], OrderedDict):
raise ValueError("Can only call update() with another OrderedDict")
return super(InitializedDefines, self).update(*other, **kwargs)
raise ValueError("No arguments passed to update()")
class BaseCompileFlags(ContextDerivedValue, dict):
def __init__(self, context):
self._context = context
klass_name = self.__class__.__name__
for k, v, build_vars in self.flag_variables:
if not isinstance(k, six.text_type):
raise ValueError("Flag %s for %s is not a string" % (k, klass_name))
if not isinstance(build_vars, tuple):
raise ValueError(
"Build variables `%s` for %s in %s is not a tuple"
% (build_vars, k, klass_name)
)
self._known_keys = set(k for k, v, _ in self.flag_variables)
# Providing defaults here doesn't play well with multiple templates
# modifying COMPILE_FLAGS from the same moz.build, because the merge
# done after the template runs can't tell which values coming from
# a template were set and which were provided as defaults.
template_name = getattr(context, "template", None)
if template_name in (None, "Gyp"):
dict.__init__(
self,
(
(k, v if v is None else TypedList(six.text_type)(v))
for k, v, _ in self.flag_variables
),
)
else:
dict.__init__(self)
class HostCompileFlags(BaseCompileFlags):
def __init__(self, context):
self._context = context
main_src_dir = mozpath.dirname(context.main_path)
self.flag_variables = (
(
"HOST_CXXFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("HOST_CXXFLAGS"),
("HOST_CXXFLAGS", "HOST_CXX_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"HOST_CFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("HOST_CFLAGS"),
("HOST_CFLAGS", "HOST_C_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"HOST_OPTIMIZE",
self._optimize_flags(),
("HOST_CFLAGS", "HOST_CXXFLAGS", "HOST_C_LDFLAGS", "HOST_CXX_LDFLAGS"),
),
("RTL", None, ("HOST_CFLAGS", "HOST_C_LDFLAGS")),
("HOST_DEFINES", None, ("HOST_CFLAGS", "HOST_CXXFLAGS")),
("MOZBUILD_HOST_CFLAGS", [], ("HOST_CFLAGS", "HOST_C_LDFLAGS")),
("MOZBUILD_HOST_CXXFLAGS", [], ("HOST_CXXFLAGS", "HOST_CXX_LDFLAGS")),
(
"BASE_INCLUDES",
["-I%s" % main_src_dir, "-I%s" % context.objdir],
("HOST_CFLAGS", "HOST_CXXFLAGS"),
),
("LOCAL_INCLUDES", None, ("HOST_CFLAGS", "HOST_CXXFLAGS")),
(
"EXTRA_INCLUDES",
["-I%s/dist/include" % context.config.topobjdir],
("HOST_CFLAGS", "HOST_CXXFLAGS"),
),
)
BaseCompileFlags.__init__(self, context)
def _optimize_flags(self):
optimize_flags = []
if self._context.config.substs.get("CROSS_COMPILE"):
optimize_flags += self._context.config.substs.get("HOST_OPTIMIZE_FLAGS")
elif self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_OPTIMIZE"):
optimize_flags += self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_OPTIMIZE_FLAGS")
return optimize_flags
class AsmFlags(BaseCompileFlags):
def __init__(self, context):
self._context = context
self.flag_variables = (
("DEFINES", None, ("SFLAGS",)),
("LIBRARY_DEFINES", None, ("SFLAGS",)),
("OS", context.config.substs.get("ASFLAGS"), ("ASFLAGS", "SFLAGS")),
("DEBUG", self._debug_flags(), ("ASFLAGS", "SFLAGS")),
("LOCAL_INCLUDES", None, ("SFLAGS",)),
("MOZBUILD", None, ("ASFLAGS", "SFLAGS")),
)
BaseCompileFlags.__init__(self, context)
def _debug_flags(self):
debug_flags = []
if self._context.config.substs.get(
"MOZ_DEBUG"
) or self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG_SYMBOLS"):
if self._context.get("USE_NASM"):
if self._context.config.substs.get("OS_ARCH") == "WINNT":
debug_flags += ["-F", "cv8"]
elif self._context.config.substs.get("OS_ARCH") != "Darwin":
debug_flags += ["-F", "dwarf"]
elif (
self._context.config.substs.get("OS_ARCH") == "WINNT"
and self._context.config.substs.get("CPU_ARCH") == "aarch64"
):
# armasm64 accepts a paucity of options compared to ml/ml64.
pass
else:
debug_flags += self._context.config.substs.get(
"MOZ_DEBUG_FLAGS", ""
).split()
return debug_flags
class LinkFlags(BaseCompileFlags):
def __init__(self, context):
self._context = context
self.flag_variables = (
("OS", self._os_ldflags(), ("LDFLAGS",)),
(
"MOZ_HARDENING_LDFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_HARDENING_LDFLAGS"),
("LDFLAGS",),
),
("DEFFILE", None, ("LDFLAGS",)),
("MOZBUILD", None, ("LDFLAGS",)),
(
"FIX_LINK_PATHS",
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_FIX_LINK_PATHS"),
("LDFLAGS",),
),
(
"OPTIMIZE",
(
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_OPTIMIZE_LDFLAGS", [])
if context.config.substs.get("MOZ_OPTIMIZE")
else []
),
("LDFLAGS",),
),
(
"CETCOMPAT",
(
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_CETCOMPAT_LDFLAGS")
if context.config.substs.get("NIGHTLY_BUILD")
else []
),
("LDFLAGS",),
),
)
BaseCompileFlags.__init__(self, context)
def _os_ldflags(self):
flags = self._context.config.substs.get("OS_LDFLAGS", [])[:]
if self._context.config.substs.get(
"MOZ_DEBUG"
) or self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG_SYMBOLS"):
flags += self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG_LDFLAGS", [])
# TODO: This is pretty convoluted, and isn't really a per-context thing,
# configure would be a better place to aggregate these.
if all(
[
self._context.config.substs.get("OS_ARCH") == "WINNT",
not self._context.config.substs.get("GNU_CC"),
not self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG"),
]
):
if self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_OPTIMIZE"):
flags.append("-OPT:REF,ICF")
return flags
class TargetCompileFlags(BaseCompileFlags):
"""Base class that encapsulates some common logic between CompileFlags and
WasmCompileFlags.
"""
def _debug_flags(self):
if self._context.config.substs.get(
"MOZ_DEBUG"
) or self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG_SYMBOLS"):
return self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG_FLAGS", "").split()
return []
def _warnings_as_errors(self):
warnings_as_errors = self._context.config.substs.get("WARNINGS_AS_ERRORS")
if warnings_as_errors:
return [warnings_as_errors]
def _optimize_flags(self):
if not self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_OPTIMIZE"):
return []
optimize_flags = None
if self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_PGO"):
optimize_flags = self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_PGO_OPTIMIZE_FLAGS")
if not optimize_flags:
# If MOZ_PGO_OPTIMIZE_FLAGS is empty we fall back to
# MOZ_OPTIMIZE_FLAGS. Presently this occurs on Windows.
optimize_flags = self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_OPTIMIZE_FLAGS")
return optimize_flags
def __setitem__(self, key, value):
if key not in self._known_keys:
raise ValueError(
"Invalid value. `%s` is not a compile flags " "category." % key
)
if key in self and self[key] is None:
raise ValueError(
"`%s` may not be set in COMPILE_FLAGS from moz.build, this "
"value is resolved from the emitter." % key
)
if not (
isinstance(value, list)
and all(isinstance(v, six.string_types) for v in value)
):
raise ValueError(
"A list of strings must be provided as a value for a compile "
"flags category."
)
dict.__setitem__(self, key, value)
class CompileFlags(TargetCompileFlags):
def __init__(self, context):
main_src_dir = mozpath.dirname(context.main_path)
self._context = context
self.flag_variables = (
("STL", context.config.substs.get("STL_FLAGS"), ("CXXFLAGS",)),
(
"VISIBILITY",
context.config.substs.get("VISIBILITY_FLAGS"),
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
(
"MOZ_HARDENING_CFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_HARDENING_CFLAGS"),
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS", "CXX_LDFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
("DEFINES", None, ("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS")),
("LIBRARY_DEFINES", None, ("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS")),
(
"BASE_INCLUDES",
["-I%s" % main_src_dir, "-I%s" % context.objdir],
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
("LOCAL_INCLUDES", None, ("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS")),
(
"EXTRA_INCLUDES",
["-I%s/dist/include" % context.config.topobjdir],
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
(
"OS_INCLUDES",
list(
itertools.chain(
*(
context.config.substs.get(v, [])
for v in (
"NSPR_CFLAGS",
"NSS_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_JPEG_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_PNG_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_ZLIB_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_PIXMAN_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_ICU_CFLAGS",
)
)
)
),
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
("RTL", None, ("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS")),
(
"OS_COMPILE_CFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("OS_COMPILE_CFLAGS"),
("CFLAGS",),
),
(
"OS_COMPILE_CXXFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("OS_COMPILE_CXXFLAGS"),
("CXXFLAGS",),
),
(
"OS_CPPFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("OS_CPPFLAGS"),
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS", "CXX_LDFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"OS_CFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("OS_CFLAGS"),
("CFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"OS_CXXFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("OS_CXXFLAGS"),
("CXXFLAGS", "CXX_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"DEBUG",
self._debug_flags(),
("CFLAGS", "CXXFLAGS", "CXX_LDFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"CLANG_PLUGIN",
context.config.substs.get("CLANG_PLUGIN_FLAGS"),
("CFLAGS", "CXXFLAGS", "CXX_LDFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"OPTIMIZE",
self._optimize_flags(),
("CFLAGS", "CXXFLAGS", "CXX_LDFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"FRAMEPTR",
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_FRAMEPTR_FLAGS"),
("CFLAGS", "CXXFLAGS", "CXX_LDFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"WARNINGS_AS_ERRORS",
self._warnings_as_errors(),
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS", "CXX_LDFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
(
"WARNINGS_CFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("WARNINGS_CFLAGS"),
("CFLAGS", "C_LDFLAGS"),
),
("MOZBUILD_CFLAGS", None, ("CFLAGS",)),
("MOZBUILD_CXXFLAGS", None, ("CXXFLAGS",)),
(
"COVERAGE",
context.config.substs.get("COVERAGE_CFLAGS"),
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
(
"PASS_MANAGER",
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_PASS_MANAGER_FLAGS"),
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
(
"FILE_PREFIX_MAP",
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_FILE_PREFIX_MAP_FLAGS"),
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
(
# See bug 414641
"NO_STRICT_ALIASING",
["-fno-strict-aliasing"],
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
(
# Disable floating-point contraction by default.
"FP_CONTRACT",
(
["-Xclang"]
if context.config.substs.get("CC_TYPE") == "clang-cl"
else []
)
+ ["-ffp-contract=off"],
("CXXFLAGS", "CFLAGS"),
),
)
TargetCompileFlags.__init__(self, context)
class WasmFlags(TargetCompileFlags):
def __init__(self, context):
main_src_dir = mozpath.dirname(context.main_path)
self._context = context
self.flag_variables = (
("LIBRARY_DEFINES", None, ("WASM_CXXFLAGS", "WASM_CFLAGS")),
(
"BASE_INCLUDES",
["-I%s" % main_src_dir, "-I%s" % context.objdir],
("WASM_CXXFLAGS", "WASM_CFLAGS"),
),
("LOCAL_INCLUDES", None, ("WASM_CXXFLAGS", "WASM_CFLAGS")),
(
"EXTRA_INCLUDES",
["-I%s/dist/include" % context.config.topobjdir],
("WASM_CXXFLAGS", "WASM_CFLAGS"),
),
(
"OS_INCLUDES",
list(
itertools.chain(
*(
context.config.substs.get(v, [])
for v in (
"NSPR_CFLAGS",
"NSS_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_JPEG_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_PNG_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_ZLIB_CFLAGS",
"MOZ_PIXMAN_CFLAGS",
)
)
)
),
("WASM_CXXFLAGS", "WASM_CFLAGS"),
),
("DEBUG", self._debug_flags(), ("WASM_CFLAGS", "WASM_CXXFLAGS")),
(
"CLANG_PLUGIN",
context.config.substs.get("CLANG_PLUGIN_FLAGS"),
("WASM_CFLAGS", "WASM_CXXFLAGS"),
),
("OPTIMIZE", self._optimize_flags(), ("WASM_CFLAGS", "WASM_CXXFLAGS")),
(
"WARNINGS_AS_ERRORS",
self._warnings_as_errors(),
("WASM_CXXFLAGS", "WASM_CFLAGS"),
),
("MOZBUILD_CFLAGS", None, ("WASM_CFLAGS",)),
("MOZBUILD_CXXFLAGS", None, ("WASM_CXXFLAGS",)),
("WASM_CFLAGS", context.config.substs.get("WASM_CFLAGS"), ("WASM_CFLAGS",)),
(
"WASM_CXXFLAGS",
context.config.substs.get("WASM_CXXFLAGS"),
("WASM_CXXFLAGS",),
),
("WASM_DEFINES", None, ("WASM_CFLAGS", "WASM_CXXFLAGS")),
("MOZBUILD_WASM_CFLAGS", None, ("WASM_CFLAGS",)),
("MOZBUILD_WASM_CXXFLAGS", None, ("WASM_CXXFLAGS",)),
(
"NEWPM",
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_NEW_PASS_MANAGER_FLAGS"),
("WASM_CFLAGS", "WASM_CXXFLAGS"),
),
(
"FILE_PREFIX_MAP",
context.config.substs.get("MOZ_FILE_PREFIX_MAP_FLAGS"),
("WASM_CFLAGS", "WASM_CXXFLAGS"),
),
)
TargetCompileFlags.__init__(self, context)
def _debug_flags(self):
substs = self._context.config.substs
if substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG") or substs.get("MOZ_DEBUG_SYMBOLS"):
return ["-g"]
return []
def _optimize_flags(self):
if not self._context.config.substs.get("MOZ_OPTIMIZE"):
return []
# We don't want `MOZ_{PGO_,}OPTIMIZE_FLAGS here because they may contain
# optimization flags that aren't suitable for wasm (e.g. -freorder-blocks).
# Just optimize for size in all cases; we may want to make this
# configurable.
return ["-Os"]
class FinalTargetValue(ContextDerivedValue, six.text_type):
def __new__(cls, context, value=""):
if not value:
value = "dist/"
if context["XPI_NAME"]:
value += "xpi-stage/" + context["XPI_NAME"]
else:
value += "bin"
if context["DIST_SUBDIR"]:
value += "/" + context["DIST_SUBDIR"]
return six.text_type.__new__(cls, value)
def Enum(*values):
assert len(values)
default = values[0]
class EnumClass(object):
def __new__(cls, value=None):
if value is None:
return default
if value in values:
return value
raise ValueError(
"Invalid value. Allowed values are: %s"
% ", ".join(repr(v) for v in values)
)
return EnumClass
class PathMeta(type):
"""Meta class for the Path family of classes.
It handles calling __new__ with the right arguments in cases where a Path
is instantiated with another instance of Path instead of having received a
context.
It also makes Path(context, value) instantiate one of the
subclasses depending on the value, allowing callers to do
standard type checking (isinstance(path, ObjDirPath)) instead
of checking the value itself (path.startswith('!')).
"""
def __call__(cls, context, value=None):
if isinstance(context, Path):
assert value is None
value = context
context = context.context
else:
assert isinstance(context, Context)
if isinstance(value, Path):
context = value.context
if not issubclass(cls, (SourcePath, ObjDirPath, AbsolutePath)):
if value.startswith("!"):
cls = ObjDirPath
elif value.startswith("%"):
cls = AbsolutePath
else:
cls = SourcePath
return super(PathMeta, cls).__call__(context, value)
class Path(six.with_metaclass(PathMeta, ContextDerivedValue, six.text_type)):
"""Stores and resolves a source path relative to a given context
This class is used as a backing type for some of the sandbox variables.
It expresses paths relative to a context. Supported paths are:
- '/topsrcdir/relative/paths'
- 'srcdir/relative/paths'
- '!/topobjdir/relative/paths'
- '!objdir/relative/paths'
- '%/filesystem/absolute/paths'
"""
def __new__(cls, context, value=None):
self = super(Path, cls).__new__(cls, value)
self.context = context
self.srcdir = context.srcdir
return self
def join(self, *p):
"""ContextDerived equivalent of mozpath.join(self, *p), returning a
new Path instance.
"""
return Path(self.context, mozpath.join(self, *p))
def __cmp__(self, other):
# We expect this function to never be called to avoid issues in the
# switch from Python 2 to 3.
raise AssertionError()
def _cmp(self, other, op):
if isinstance(other, Path) and self.srcdir != other.srcdir:
return op(self.full_path, other.full_path)
return op(six.text_type(self), other)
def __eq__(self, other):
return self._cmp(other, operator.eq)
def __ne__(self, other):
return self._cmp(other, operator.ne)
def __lt__(self, other):
return self._cmp(other, operator.lt)
def __gt__(self, other):
return self._cmp(other, operator.gt)
def __le__(self, other):
return self._cmp(other, operator.le)
def __ge__(self, other):
return self._cmp(other, operator.ge)
def __repr__(self):
return "<%s (%s)%s>" % (self.__class__.__name__, self.srcdir, self)
def __hash__(self):
return hash(self.full_path)
@memoized_property
def target_basename(self):
return mozpath.basename(self.full_path)
class SourcePath(Path):
"""Like Path, but limited to paths in the source directory."""
def __new__(cls, context, value=None):
if value.startswith("!"):
raise ValueError(f'Object directory paths are not allowed\nPath: "{value}"')
if value.startswith("%"):
raise ValueError(
f'Filesystem absolute paths are not allowed\nPath: "{value}"'
)
self = super(SourcePath, cls).__new__(cls, context, value)
if value.startswith("/"):
path = None
if not path or not os.path.exists(path):
path = mozpath.join(context.config.topsrcdir, value[1:])
else:
path = mozpath.join(self.srcdir, value)
self.full_path = mozpath.normpath(path)
return self
@memoized_property
def translated(self):
"""Returns the corresponding path in the objdir.
Ideally, we wouldn't need this function, but the fact that both source
path under topsrcdir and the external source dir end up mixed in the
objdir (aka pseudo-rework), this is needed.
"""
return ObjDirPath(self.context, "!%s" % self).full_path
class RenamedSourcePath(SourcePath):
"""Like SourcePath, but with a different base name when installed.
The constructor takes a tuple of (source, target_basename).
This class is not meant to be exposed to moz.build sandboxes as of now,
and is not supported by the RecursiveMake backend.
"""
def __new__(cls, context, value):
assert isinstance(value, tuple)
source, target_basename = value
self = super(RenamedSourcePath, cls).__new__(cls, context, source)
self._target_basename = target_basename
return self
@property
def target_basename(self):
return self._target_basename
class ObjDirPath(Path):
"""Like Path, but limited to paths in the object directory."""
def __new__(cls, context, value=None):
if not value.startswith("!"):
raise ValueError("Object directory paths must start with ! prefix")
self = super(ObjDirPath, cls).__new__(cls, context, value)
if value.startswith("!/"):
path = mozpath.join(context.config.topobjdir, value[2:])
else:
path = mozpath.join(context.objdir, value[1:])
self.full_path = mozpath.normpath(path)
return self
class AbsolutePath(Path):
"""Like Path, but allows arbitrary paths outside the source and object directories."""
def __new__(cls, context, value=None):
if not value.startswith("%"):
raise ValueError("Absolute paths must start with % prefix")
if not os.path.isabs(value[1:]):
raise ValueError("Path '%s' is not absolute" % value[1:])
self = super(AbsolutePath, cls).__new__(cls, context, value)
self.full_path = mozpath.normpath(value[1:])
return self
@memoize
def ContextDerivedTypedList(klass, base_class=List):
"""Specialized TypedList for use with ContextDerivedValue types."""
assert issubclass(klass, ContextDerivedValue)
class _TypedList(ContextDerivedValue, TypedList(klass, base_class)):
def __init__(self, context, iterable=[], **kwargs):
self.context = context
super(_TypedList, self).__init__(iterable, **kwargs)
def normalize(self, e):
if not isinstance(e, klass):
e = klass(self.context, e)
return e
return _TypedList
@memoize
def ContextDerivedTypedListWithItems(type, base_class=List):
"""Specialized TypedList for use with ContextDerivedValue types."""
class _TypedListWithItems(ContextDerivedTypedList(type, base_class)):
def __getitem__(self, name):
name = self.normalize(name)
return super(_TypedListWithItems, self).__getitem__(name)
return _TypedListWithItems
@memoize
def ContextDerivedTypedRecord(*fields):
"""Factory for objects with certain properties and dynamic
type checks.
This API is extremely similar to the TypedNamedTuple API,
except that properties may be mutated. This supports syntax like:
VARIABLE_NAME.property += [
'item1',
'item2',
]
"""
class _TypedRecord(ContextDerivedValue):
__slots__ = tuple([name for name, _ in fields])
def __init__(self, context):
for fname, ftype in self._fields.items():
if issubclass(ftype, ContextDerivedValue):
setattr(self, fname, self._fields[fname](context))
else:
setattr(self, fname, self._fields[fname]())
def __setattr__(self, name, value):
if name in self._fields and not isinstance(value, self._fields[name]):
value = self._fields[name](value)
object.__setattr__(self, name, value)
_TypedRecord._fields = dict(fields)
return _TypedRecord
class Schedules(object):
"""Similar to a ContextDerivedTypedRecord, but with different behavior
for the properties:
* VAR.inclusive can only be appended to (+=), and can only contain values
from mozbuild.schedules.INCLUSIVE_COMPONENTS
* VAR.exclusive can only be assigned to (no +=), and can only contain
values from mozbuild.schedules.ALL_COMPONENTS
"""
__slots__ = ("_exclusive", "_inclusive")
def __init__(self, inclusive=None, exclusive=None):
if inclusive is None:
self._inclusive = TypedList(Enum(*schedules.INCLUSIVE_COMPONENTS))()
else:
self._inclusive = inclusive
if exclusive is None:
self._exclusive = ImmutableStrictOrderingOnAppendList(
schedules.EXCLUSIVE_COMPONENTS
)
else:
self._exclusive = exclusive
# inclusive is mutable but cannot be assigned to (+= only)
@property
def inclusive(self):
return self._inclusive
@inclusive.setter
def inclusive(self, value):
if value is not self._inclusive:
raise AttributeError("Cannot assign to this value - use += instead")
unexpected = [v for v in value if v not in schedules.INCLUSIVE_COMPONENTS]
if unexpected:
raise Exception(
"unexpected inclusive component(s) " + ", ".join(unexpected)
)
# exclusive is immutable but can be set (= only)
@property
def exclusive(self):
return self._exclusive
@exclusive.setter
def exclusive(self, value):
if not isinstance(value, (tuple, list)):
raise Exception("expected a tuple or list")
unexpected = [v for v in value if v not in schedules.ALL_COMPONENTS]
if unexpected:
raise Exception(
"unexpected exclusive component(s) " + ", ".join(unexpected)
)
self._exclusive = ImmutableStrictOrderingOnAppendList(sorted(value))
# components provides a synthetic summary of all components
@property
def components(self):
return list(sorted(set(self._inclusive) | set(self._exclusive)))
# The `Files` context uses | to combine SCHEDULES from multiple levels; at this
# point the immutability is no longer needed so we use plain lists
def __or__(self, other):
inclusive = self._inclusive + other._inclusive
if other._exclusive == self._exclusive:
exclusive = self._exclusive
elif self._exclusive == schedules.EXCLUSIVE_COMPONENTS:
exclusive = other._exclusive
elif other._exclusive == schedules.EXCLUSIVE_COMPONENTS:
exclusive = self._exclusive
else:
# in a case where two SCHEDULES.exclusive set different values, take
# the later one; this acts the way we expect assignment to work.
exclusive = other._exclusive
return Schedules(inclusive=inclusive, exclusive=exclusive)
@memoize
def ContextDerivedTypedHierarchicalStringList(type):
"""Specialized HierarchicalStringList for use with ContextDerivedValue
types."""
class _TypedListWithItems(ContextDerivedValue, HierarchicalStringList):
__slots__ = ("_strings", "_children", "_context")
def __init__(self, context):
self._strings = ContextDerivedTypedList(type, StrictOrderingOnAppendList)(
context
)
self._children = {}
self._context = context
def _get_exportvariable(self, name):
child = self._children.get(name)
if not child:
child = self._children[name] = _TypedListWithItems(self._context)
return child
return _TypedListWithItems
def OrderedPathListWithAction(action):
"""Returns a class which behaves as a StrictOrderingOnAppendList, but
invokes the given callable with each input and a context as it is
read, storing a tuple including the result and the original item.
This used to extend moz.build reading to make more data available in
filesystem-reading mode.
"""
class _OrderedListWithAction(
ContextDerivedTypedList(SourcePath, StrictOrderingOnAppendListWithAction)
):
def __init__(self, context, *args):
def _action(item):
return item, action(context, item)
super(_OrderedListWithAction, self).__init__(context, action=_action, *args)
return _OrderedListWithAction
ManifestparserManifestList = OrderedPathListWithAction(read_manifestparser_manifest)
ReftestManifestList = OrderedPathListWithAction(read_reftest_manifest)
BugzillaComponent = TypedNamedTuple(
"BugzillaComponent", [("product", six.text_type), ("component", six.text_type)]
)
SchedulingComponents = ContextDerivedTypedRecord(
("inclusive", TypedList(six.text_type, StrictOrderingOnAppendList)),
("exclusive", TypedList(six.text_type, StrictOrderingOnAppendList)),
)
GeneratedFilesList = StrictOrderingOnAppendListWithFlagsFactory(
{"script": six.text_type, "inputs": list, "force": bool, "flags": list}
)
class Files(SubContext):
"""Metadata attached to files.
It is common to want to annotate files with metadata, such as which
Bugzilla component tracks issues with certain files. This sub-context is
where we stick that metadata.
The argument to this sub-context is a file matching pattern that is applied
against the host file's directory. If the pattern matches a file whose info
is currently being sought, the metadata attached to this instance will be
applied to that file.
Patterns are collections of filename characters with ``/`` used as the
directory separate (UNIX-style paths) and ``*`` and ``**`` used to denote
wildcard matching.
Patterns without the ``*`` character are literal matches and will match at
most one entity.
Patterns with ``*`` or ``**`` are wildcard matches. ``*`` matches files
at least within a single directory. ``**`` matches files across several
directories.
``foo.html``
Will match only the ``foo.html`` file in the current directory.
``*.jsm``
Will match all ``.jsm`` files in the current directory.
``**/*.cpp``
Will match all ``.cpp`` files in this and all child directories.
``foo/*.css``
Will match all ``.css`` files in the ``foo/`` directory.
``bar/*``
Will match all files in the ``bar/`` directory and all of its
children directories.
``bar/**``
This is equivalent to ``bar/*`` above.
``bar/**/foo``
Will match all ``foo`` files in the ``bar/`` directory and all of its
children directories.
The difference in behavior between ``*`` and ``**`` is only evident if
a pattern follows the ``*`` or ``**``. A pattern ending with ``*`` is
greedy. ``**`` is needed when you need an additional pattern after the
wildcard. e.g. ``**/foo``.
"""
VARIABLES = {
"BUG_COMPONENT": (
BugzillaComponent,
tuple,
"""The bug component that tracks changes to these files.
Values are a 2-tuple of unicode describing the Bugzilla product and
component. e.g. ``('Firefox Build System', 'General')``.
""",
),
"FINAL": (
bool,
bool,
"""Mark variable assignments as finalized.
During normal processing, values from newer Files contexts
overwrite previously set values. Last write wins. This behavior is
not always desired. ``FINAL`` provides a mechanism to prevent
further updates to a variable.
When ``FINAL`` is set, the value of all variables defined in this
context are marked as frozen and all subsequent writes to them
are ignored during metadata reading.
See :ref:`mozbuild_files_metadata_finalizing` for more info.
""",
),
"SCHEDULES": (
Schedules,
list,
"""Maps source files to the CI tasks that should be scheduled when
they change. The tasks are grouped by named components, and those
names appear again in the taskgraph configuration
`($topsrcdir/taskgraph/).
Some components are "inclusive", meaning that changes to most files
do not schedule them, aside from those described in a Files
subcontext. For example, py-lint tasks need not be scheduled for
most changes, but should be scheduled when any Python file changes.
Such components are named by appending to `SCHEDULES.inclusive`:
with Files('**.py'):
SCHEDULES.inclusive += ['py-lint']
Other components are 'exclusive', meaning that changes to most
files schedule them, but some files affect only one or two
components. For example, most files schedule builds and tests of
Firefox for Android, OS X, Windows, and Linux, but files under
`mobile/android/` affect Android builds and tests exclusively, so
builds for other operating systems are not needed. Test suites
provide another example: most files schedule reftests, but changes
to reftest scripts need only schedule reftests and no other suites.
Exclusive components are named by setting `SCHEDULES.exclusive`:
with Files('mobile/android/**'):
SCHEDULES.exclusive = ['android']
""",
),
}
def __init__(self, parent, *patterns):
super(Files, self).__init__(parent)
self.patterns = patterns
self.finalized = set()
def __iadd__(self, other):
assert isinstance(other, Files)
for k, v in other.items():
if k == "SCHEDULES" and "SCHEDULES" in self:
self["SCHEDULES"] = self["SCHEDULES"] | v
continue
# Ignore updates to finalized flags.
if k in self.finalized:
continue
# Only finalize variables defined in this instance.
if k == "FINAL":
self.finalized |= set(other) - {"FINAL"}
continue
self[k] = v
return self
def asdict(self):
"""Return this instance as a dict with built-in data structures.
Call this to obtain an object suitable for serializing.
"""
d = {}
if "BUG_COMPONENT" in self:
bc = self["BUG_COMPONENT"]
d["bug_component"] = (bc.product, bc.component)
return d
@staticmethod
def aggregate(files):
"""Given a mapping of path to Files, obtain aggregate results.
Consumers may want to extract useful information from a collection of
Files describing paths. e.g. given the files info data for N paths,
recommend a single bug component based on the most frequent one. This
function provides logic for deriving aggregate knowledge from a
collection of path File metadata.
Note: the intent of this function is to operate on the result of
:py:func:`mozbuild.frontend.reader.BuildReader.files_info`. The
:py:func:`mozbuild.frontend.context.Files` instances passed in are
thus the "collapsed" (``__iadd__``ed) results of all ``Files`` from all
moz.build files relevant to a specific path, not individual ``Files``
instances from a single moz.build file.
"""
d = {}
bug_components = Counter()
for f in files.values():
bug_component = f.get("BUG_COMPONENT")
if bug_component:
bug_components[bug_component] += 1
d["bug_component_counts"] = []
for c, count in bug_components.most_common():
component = (c.product, c.component)
d["bug_component_counts"].append((c, count))
if "recommended_bug_component" not in d:
d["recommended_bug_component"] = component
recommended_count = count
elif count == recommended_count:
# Don't recommend a component if it doesn't have a clear lead.
d["recommended_bug_component"] = None
# In case no bug components.
d.setdefault("recommended_bug_component", None)
return d
# This defines functions that create sub-contexts.
#
# Values are classes that are SubContexts. The class name will be turned into
# a function that when called emits an instance of that class.
#
# Arbitrary arguments can be passed to the class constructor. The first
# argument is always the parent context. It is up to each class to perform
# argument validation.
SUBCONTEXTS = [Files]
for cls in SUBCONTEXTS:
if not issubclass(cls, SubContext):
raise ValueError("SUBCONTEXTS entry not a SubContext class: %s" % cls)
if not hasattr(cls, "VARIABLES"):
raise ValueError("SUBCONTEXTS entry does not have VARIABLES: %s" % cls)
SUBCONTEXTS = {cls.__name__: cls for cls in SUBCONTEXTS}
# This defines the set of mutable global variables.
#
# Each variable is a tuple of:
#
# (storage_type, input_types, docs)
VARIABLES = {
"SOURCES": (
ContextDerivedTypedListWithItems(
Path,
StrictOrderingOnAppendListWithFlagsFactory({"no_pgo": bool, "flags": List}),
),
list,
"""Source code files.
This variable contains a list of source code files to compile.
Accepts assembler, C, C++, Objective C/C++.
""",
),
"FILES_PER_UNIFIED_FILE": (
int,
int,
"""The number of source files to compile into each unified source file.
""",
),
"REQUIRES_UNIFIED_BUILD": (
bool,
bool,
"""Whether this module requires building in unified environment.
""",
),
"IS_RUST_LIBRARY": (
bool,
bool,
"""Whether the current library defined by this moz.build is built by Rust.
The library defined by this moz.build should have a build definition in
a Cargo.toml file that exists in this moz.build's directory.
""",
),
"IS_GKRUST": (
bool,
bool,
"""Whether the current library defined by this moz.build is gkrust.
Indicates whether the current library contains rust for libxul.
""",
),
"RUST_LIBRARY_FEATURES": (
List,
list,
"""Cargo features to activate for this library.
This variable should not be used directly; you should be using the
RustLibrary template instead.
""",
),
"HOST_RUST_LIBRARY_FEATURES": (
List,
list,
"""Cargo features to activate for this host library.
This variable should not be used directly; you should be using the
HostRustLibrary template instead.
""",
),
"RUST_TESTS": (
TypedList(six.text_type),
list,
"""Names of Rust tests to build and run via `cargo test`.
""",
),
"RUST_TEST_FEATURES": (
TypedList(six.text_type),
list,
"""Cargo features to activate for RUST_TESTS.
""",
),
"UNIFIED_SOURCES": (
ContextDerivedTypedList(Path, StrictOrderingOnAppendList),
list,
"""Source code files that can be compiled together.
This variable contains a list of source code files to compile,
that can be concatenated all together and built as a single source
file. This can help make the build faster and reduce the debug info
size.
""",
),
"GENERATED_FILES": (
GeneratedFilesList,
list,
"""Generic generated files.
Unless you have a reason not to, use the GeneratedFile template rather
than referencing GENERATED_FILES directly. The GeneratedFile template
has all the same arguments as the attributes listed below (``script``,
``inputs``, ``flags``, ``force``), plus an additional ``entry_point``
argument to specify a particular function to run in the given script.
This variable contains a list of files for the build system to
generate at export time. The generation method may be declared
with optional ``script``, ``inputs``, ``flags``, and ``force``
attributes on individual entries.
If the optional ``script`` attribute is not present on an entry, it
is assumed that rules for generating the file are present in
the associated Makefile.in.
Example::
GENERATED_FILES += ['bar.c', 'baz.c', 'foo.c']
bar = GENERATED_FILES['bar.c']
bar.script = 'generate.py'
bar.inputs = ['datafile-for-bar']
foo = GENERATED_FILES['foo.c']
foo.script = 'generate.py'
foo.inputs = ['datafile-for-foo']
This definition will generate bar.c by calling the main method of
generate.py with a open (for writing) file object for bar.c, and
the string ``datafile-for-bar``. In a similar fashion, the main
method of generate.py will also be called with an open
(for writing) file object for foo.c and the string
``datafile-for-foo``. Please note that only string arguments are
supported for passing to scripts, and that all arguments provided
to the script should be filenames relative to the directory in which
the moz.build file is located.
To enable using the same script for generating multiple files with
slightly different non-filename parameters, alternative entry points
into ``script`` can be specified::
GENERATED_FILES += ['bar.c']
bar = GENERATED_FILES['bar.c']
bar.script = 'generate.py:make_bar'
The chosen script entry point may optionally return a set of strings,
indicating extra files the output depends on.
When the ``flags`` attribute is present, the given list of flags is
passed as extra arguments following the inputs.
When the ``force`` attribute is present, the file is generated every
build, regardless of whether it is stale. This is special to the
RecursiveMake backend and intended for special situations only (e.g.,
localization). Please consult a build peer (on the #build channel at
https://chat.mozilla.org) before using ``force``.
""",
),
"DEFINES": (
InitializedDefines,
dict,
"""Dictionary of compiler defines to declare.
These are passed in to the compiler as ``-Dkey='value'`` for string
values, ``-Dkey=value`` for numeric values, or ``-Dkey`` if the
value is True. Note that for string values, the outer-level of
single-quotes will be consumed by the shell. If you want to have
a string-literal in the program, the value needs to have
double-quotes.
Example::
DEFINES['NS_NO_XPCOM'] = True
DEFINES['MOZ_EXTENSIONS_DB_SCHEMA'] = 15
DEFINES['DLL_SUFFIX'] = '".so"'
This will result in the compiler flags ``-DNS_NO_XPCOM``,
``-DMOZ_EXTENSIONS_DB_SCHEMA=15``, and ``-DDLL_SUFFIX='".so"'``,
respectively.
Note that these entries are not necessarily passed to the assembler.
Whether they are depends on the type of assembly file. As an
alternative, you may add a ``-DKEY=value`` entry to ``ASFLAGS``.
""",
),
"DELAYLOAD_DLLS": (
List,
list,
"""Delay-loaded DLLs.
This variable contains a list of DLL files which the module being linked
should load lazily. This only has an effect when building with MSVC.
""",
),
"DIRS": (
ContextDerivedTypedList(SourcePath),
list,
"""Child directories to descend into looking for build frontend files.
This works similarly to the ``DIRS`` variable in make files. Each str
value in the list is the name of a child directory. When this file is
done parsing, the build reader will descend into each listed directory
and read the frontend file there. If there is no frontend file, an error
is raised.
Values are relative paths. They can be multiple directory levels
above or below. Use ``..`` for parent directories and ``/`` for path
delimiters.
""",
),
"FINAL_TARGET_FILES": (
ContextDerivedTypedHierarchicalStringList(Path),
list,
"""List of files to be installed into the application directory.
``FINAL_TARGET_FILES`` will copy (or symlink, if the platform supports it)
the contents of its files to the directory specified by
``FINAL_TARGET`` (typically ``dist/bin``). Files that are destined for a
subdirectory can be specified by accessing a field, or as a dict access.
For example, to export ``foo.png`` to the top-level directory and
``bar.svg`` to the directory ``images/do-not-use``, append to
``FINAL_TARGET_FILES`` like so::
FINAL_TARGET_FILES += ['foo.png']
FINAL_TARGET_FILES.images['do-not-use'] += ['bar.svg']
""",
),
"FINAL_TARGET_PP_FILES": (
ContextDerivedTypedHierarchicalStringList(Path),
list,
"""Like ``FINAL_TARGET_FILES``, with preprocessing.
""",
),
"LOCALIZED_FILES": (
ContextDerivedTypedHierarchicalStringList(Path),
list,
"""List of locale-dependent files to be installed into the application
directory.
This functions similarly to ``FINAL_TARGET_FILES``, but the files are
sourced from the locale directory and will vary per localization.
For an en-US build, this is functionally equivalent to
``FINAL_TARGET_FILES``. For a build with ``--enable-ui-locale``,
the file will be taken from ``$LOCALE_SRCDIR``, with the leading
``en-US`` removed. For a l10n repack of an en-US build, the file
will be taken from the first location where it exists from:
* the merged locale directory if it exists
* ``$LOCALE_SRCDIR`` with the leading ``en-US`` removed
* the in-tree en-US location
Source directory paths specified here must must include a leading ``en-US``.
Wildcards are allowed, and will be expanded at the time of locale packaging to match
files in the locale directory.
Object directory paths are allowed here only if the path matches an entry in
``LOCALIZED_GENERATED_FILES``.
Files that are missing from a locale will typically have the en-US
version used, but for wildcard expansions only files from the
locale directory will be used, even if that means no files will
be copied.
Example::
LOCALIZED_FILES.foo += [
'en-US/foo.js',
'en-US/things/*.ini',
]
If this was placed in ``toolkit/locales/moz.build``, it would copy
``toolkit/locales/en-US/foo.js`` and
``toolkit/locales/en-US/things/*.ini`` to ``$(DIST)/bin/foo`` in an
en-US build, and in a build of a different locale (or a repack),
it would copy ``$(LOCALE_SRCDIR)/toolkit/foo.js`` and
``$(LOCALE_SRCDIR)/toolkit/things/*.ini``.
""",
),
"LOCALIZED_PP_FILES": (
ContextDerivedTypedHierarchicalStringList(Path),
list,
"""Like ``LOCALIZED_FILES``, with preprocessing.
Note that the ``AB_CD`` define is available and expands to the current
locale being packaged, as with preprocessed entries in jar manifests.
""",
),
"LOCALIZED_GENERATED_FILES": (
GeneratedFilesList,
list,
"""Like ``GENERATED_FILES``, but for files whose content varies based on the locale in use.
For simple cases of text substitution, prefer ``LOCALIZED_PP_FILES``.
Refer to the documentation of ``GENERATED_FILES``; for the most part things work the same.
The two major differences are:
1. The function in the Python script will be passed an additional keyword argument `locale`
which provides the locale in use, i.e. ``en-US``.
2. The ``inputs`` list may contain paths to files that will be taken from the locale
source directory (see ``LOCALIZED_FILES`` for a discussion of the specifics). Paths
in ``inputs`` starting with ``en-US/`` or containing ``locales/en-US/`` are considered
localized files.
To place the generated output file in a specific location, list its objdir path in
``LOCALIZED_FILES``.
In addition, ``LOCALIZED_GENERATED_FILES`` can use the special substitutions ``{AB_CD}``
and ``{AB_rCD}`` in their output paths. ``{AB_CD}`` expands to the current locale during
multi-locale builds and single-locale repacks and ``{AB_rCD}`` expands to an
Android-specific encoding of the current locale. Both expand to the empty string when the
current locale is ``en-US``.
""",
),
"OBJDIR_FILES": (
ContextDerivedTypedHierarchicalStringList(Path),
list,
"""List of files to be installed anywhere in the objdir. Use sparingly.
``OBJDIR_FILES`` is similar to FINAL_TARGET_FILES, but it allows copying
anywhere in the object directory. This is intended for various one-off
cases, not for general use. If you wish to add entries to OBJDIR_FILES,
please consult a build peer (on the #build channel at https://chat.mozilla.org).
""",
),
"OBJDIR_PP_FILES": (
ContextDerivedTypedHierarchicalStringList(Path),
list,
"""Like ``OBJDIR_FILES``, with preprocessing. Use sparingly.
""",
),
"FINAL_LIBRARY": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""Library in which the objects of the current directory will be linked.
This variable contains the name of a library, defined elsewhere with
``LIBRARY_NAME``, in which the objects of the current directory will be
linked.
""",
),
"CPP_UNIT_TESTS": (
StrictOrderingOnAppendList,
list,
"""Compile a list of C++ unit test names.
Each name in this variable corresponds to an executable built from the
corresponding source file with the same base name.
If the configuration token ``BIN_SUFFIX`` is set, its value will be
automatically appended to each name. If a name already ends with
``BIN_SUFFIX``, the name will remain unchanged.
""",
),
"FORCE_SHARED_LIB": (
bool,
bool,
"""Whether the library in this directory is a shared library.
""",
),
"FORCE_STATIC_LIB": (
bool,
bool,
"""Whether the library in this directory is a static library.
""",
),
"USE_STATIC_LIBS": (
bool,
bool,
"""Whether the code in this directory is a built against the static
runtime library.
This variable only has an effect when building with MSVC.
""",
),
"HOST_SOURCES": (
ContextDerivedTypedList(Path, StrictOrderingOnAppendList),
list,
"""Source code files to compile with the host compiler.
This variable contains a list of source code files to compile.
with the host compiler.
""",
),
"WASM_SOURCES": (
ContextDerivedTypedList(Path, StrictOrderingOnAppendList),
list,
"""Source code files to compile with the wasm compiler.
""",
),
"HOST_LIBRARY_NAME": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""Name of target library generated when cross compiling.
""",
),
"LIBRARY_DEFINES": (
OrderedDict,
dict,
"""Dictionary of compiler defines to declare for the entire library.
This variable works like DEFINES, except that declarations apply to all
libraries that link into this library via FINAL_LIBRARY.
""",
),
"LIBRARY_NAME": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""The code name of the library generated for a directory.
By default STATIC_LIBRARY_NAME and SHARED_LIBRARY_NAME take this name.
In ``example/components/moz.build``,::
LIBRARY_NAME = 'xpcomsample'
would generate ``example/components/libxpcomsample.so`` on Linux, or
``example/components/xpcomsample.lib`` on Windows.
""",
),
"SHARED_LIBRARY_NAME": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""The name of the static library generated for a directory, if it needs to
differ from the library code name.
Implies FORCE_SHARED_LIB.
""",
),
"SANDBOXED_WASM_LIBRARY_NAME": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""The name of the static sandboxed wasm library generated for a directory.
""",
),
"SHARED_LIBRARY_OUTPUT_CATEGORY": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""The output category for this context's shared library. If set this will
correspond to the build command that will build this shared library, and
the library will not be built as part of the default build.
""",
),
"RUST_LIBRARY_OUTPUT_CATEGORY": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""The output category for this context's rust library. If set this will
correspond to the build command that will build this rust library, and
the library will not be built as part of the default build.
""",
),
"IS_FRAMEWORK": (
bool,
bool,
"""Whether the library to build should be built as a framework on OSX.
This implies the name of the library won't be prefixed nor suffixed.
Implies FORCE_SHARED_LIB.
""",
),
"STATIC_LIBRARY_NAME": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""The name of the static library generated for a directory, if it needs to
differ from the library code name.
Implies FORCE_STATIC_LIB.
""",
),
"USE_LIBS": (
StrictOrderingOnAppendList,
list,
"""List of libraries to link to programs and libraries.
""",
),
"HOST_USE_LIBS": (
StrictOrderingOnAppendList,
list,
"""List of libraries to link to host programs and libraries.
""",
),
"HOST_OS_LIBS": (
List,
list,
"""List of system libraries for host programs and libraries.
""",
),
"LOCAL_INCLUDES": (
ContextDerivedTypedList(Path, StrictOrderingOnAppendList),
list,
"""Additional directories to be searched for include files by the compiler.
""",
),
"NO_PGO": (
bool,
bool,
"""Whether profile-guided optimization is disable in this directory.
""",
),
"OS_LIBS": (
List,
list,
"""System link libraries.
This variable contains a list of system libaries to link against.
""",
),
"RCFILE": (
Path,
six.text_type,
"""The program .rc file.
This variable can only be used on Windows.
""",
),
"RCINCLUDE": (
Path,
six.text_type,
"""The resource script file to be included in the default .res file.
This variable can only be used on Windows.
""",
),
"DEFFILE": (
Path,
six.text_type,
"""The program .def (module definition) file.
This variable can only be used on Windows.
""",
),
"SYMBOLS_FILE": (
Path,
six.text_type,
"""A file containing a list of symbols to export from a shared library.
The given file contains a list of symbols to be exported, and is
preprocessed.
A special marker "@DATA@" must be added after a symbol name if it
points to data instead of code, so that the Windows linker can treat
them correctly.
""",
),
"SIMPLE_PROGRAMS": (
StrictOrderingOnAppendList,
list,
"""Compile a list of executable names.
Each name in this variable corresponds to an executable built from the
corresponding source file with the same base name.
If the configuration token ``BIN_SUFFIX`` is set, its value will be
automatically appended to each name. If a name already ends with
``BIN_SUFFIX``, the name will remain unchanged.
""",
),
"SONAME": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""The soname of the shared object currently being linked
soname is the "logical name" of a shared object, often used to provide
version backwards compatibility. This variable makes sense only for
shared objects, and is supported only on some unix platforms.
""",
),
"HOST_SIMPLE_PROGRAMS": (
StrictOrderingOnAppendList,
list,
"""Compile a list of host executable names.
Each name in this variable corresponds to a hosst executable built
from the corresponding source file with the same base name.
If the configuration token ``HOST_BIN_SUFFIX`` is set, its value will
be automatically appended to each name. If a name already ends with
``HOST_BIN_SUFFIX``, the name will remain unchanged.
""",
),
"RUST_PROGRAMS": (
StrictOrderingOnAppendList,
list,
"""Compile a list of Rust host executable names.
Each name in this variable corresponds to an executable built from
the Cargo.toml in the same directory.
""",
),
"HOST_RUST_PROGRAMS": (
StrictOrderingOnAppendList,
list,
"""Compile a list of Rust executable names.
Each name in this variable corresponds to an executable built from
the Cargo.toml in the same directory.
""",
),
"CONFIGURE_SUBST_FILES": (
ContextDerivedTypedList(SourcePath, StrictOrderingOnAppendList),
list,
"""Output files that will be generated using configure-like substitution.
This is a substitute for ``AC_OUTPUT`` in autoconf. For each path in this
list, we will search for a file in the srcdir having the name
``{path}.in``. The contents of this file will be read and variable
patterns like ``@foo@`` will be substituted with the values of the
``AC_SUBST`` variables declared during configure.
""",
),
"CONFIGURE_DEFINE_FILES": (
ContextDerivedTypedList(SourcePath, StrictOrderingOnAppendList),
list,
"""Output files generated from configure/config.status.
This is a substitute for ``AC_CONFIG_HEADER`` in autoconf. This is very
similar to ``CONFIGURE_SUBST_FILES`` except the generation logic takes
into account the values of ``AC_DEFINE`` instead of ``AC_SUBST``.
""",
),
"EXPORTS": (
ContextDerivedTypedHierarchicalStringList(Path),
list,
"""List of files to be exported, and in which subdirectories.
``EXPORTS`` is generally used to list the include files to be exported to
``dist/include``, but it can be used for other files as well. This variable
behaves as a list when appending filenames for export in the top-level
directory. Files can also be appended to a field to indicate which
subdirectory they should be exported to. For example, to export
``foo.h`` to the top-level directory, and ``bar.h`` to ``mozilla/dom/``,
append to ``EXPORTS`` like so::
EXPORTS += ['foo.h']
EXPORTS.mozilla.dom += ['bar.h']
Entries in ``EXPORTS`` are paths, so objdir paths may be used, but
any files listed from the objdir must also be listed in
``GENERATED_FILES``.
""",
),
"PROGRAM": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""Compiled executable name.
If the configuration token ``BIN_SUFFIX`` is set, its value will be
automatically appended to ``PROGRAM``. If ``PROGRAM`` already ends with
``BIN_SUFFIX``, ``PROGRAM`` will remain unchanged.
""",
),
"HOST_PROGRAM": (
six.text_type,
six.text_type,
"""Compiled host executable name.
If the configuration token ``HOST_BIN_SUFFIX`` is set, its value will be
automatically appended to ``HOST_PROGRAM``. If ``HOST_PROGRAM`` already
ends with ``HOST_BIN_SUFFIX``, ``HOST_PROGRAM`` will remain unchanged.
""",
),
"DIST_INSTALL": (
Enum(None, False, True),
bool,
"""Whether to install certain files into the dist directory.
By default, some files types are installed in the dist directory, and
some aren't. Set this variable to True to force the installation of
some files that wouldn't be installed by default. Set this variable to