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import org.yaml.snakeyaml.Yaml
buildscript {
repositories {
dependencies {
classpath 'org.yaml:snakeyaml:2.2'
// Synchronized library configuration for all modules
// This "componentsVersion" number is defined in "version.txt" and should follow
// semantic versioning (MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH). See
class Config {
public final String componentsVersion
public final String componentsGroupId
public final Integer jvmTargetCompatibility
public final Integer compileSdkVersion
public final Integer minSdkVersion
public final Integer targetSdkVersion
String componentsVersion,
String componentsGroupId,
Integer jvmTargetCompatibility,
Integer compileSdkVersion,
Integer minSdkVersion,
Integer targetSdkVersion
) {
this.componentsVersion = componentsVersion
this.componentsGroupId = componentsGroupId
this.jvmTargetCompatibility = jvmTargetCompatibility
this.compileSdkVersion = compileSdkVersion
this.minSdkVersion = minSdkVersion
this.targetSdkVersion = targetSdkVersion
def setupProject(name, path, description) {
project(":$name").projectDir = new File(rootDir, "../android-components/${path}")
// project(...) gives us a skeleton project that we can't set ext.* on
gradle.beforeProject { project ->
// However, the "afterProject" listener iterates over every project and gives us the actual project
// So, once we filter for the project we care about, we can set whatever we want
if ( == name) {
project.ext.description = description
// Return a manifest version string that respects the Firefox version format,
def getManifestVersionString(componentsVersion) {
// We assume that the `version.txt` file will always contain a version
// string with at least two parts separated with a dot. Below, we extract
// each part, and we make sure that there is no letter, e.g. `"0a2"` would
// become `"0"`.
String[] parts = componentsVersion.split("\\.").collect {
part -> part.split("a|b")[0]
// Note the single `H` to avoid leading zeros, which are not allowed.
String dateAndTime = new Date().format("YYYYMMdd.Hmmss");
return "${parts[0]}.${parts[1]}.${dateAndTime}";
def yaml = new Yaml()
def buildconfig = yaml.load(new File(rootDir, '../android-components/.buildconfig.yml').newInputStream())
buildconfig.projects.each { project ->
// If we're building A-C, set up all projects, otherwise exclude samples e.g., if we're building Fenix or Focus.
// The samples are not relevant for the Fenix and Focus builds.
if (rootDir.toString().contains("android-components") || !project.key.startsWith("samples")) {
setupProject(project.key, project.value.path, project.value.description)
gradle.projectsLoaded { ->
def componentsVersion = new File(rootDir, '../version.txt').text.stripTrailing()
def configData = yaml.load(new File(rootDir, '../android-components/.config.yml').newInputStream())
String version = componentsVersion
if (gradle.rootProject.hasProperty("nightlyVersion")) {
version = gradle.rootProject.nightlyVersion
} else if (gradle.rootProject.hasProperty("local")) {
// To support local auto-publication workflow, we use a version prefix we wouldn't normally encounter.
version = "0.0.1"
} else if (gradle.hasProperty("")) {
version = gradle.getProperty("")
// Wait until root project is "loaded" before we set "config"
// Note that since this is set on "rootProject.ext", it will be "in scope" during the evaluation of all projects'
// gradle files. This means that they can just access "config.<value>", and it'll function properly
gradle.rootProject.ext.config = new Config(
gradle.rootProject.ext.buildConfig = buildconfig
// Define a reusable task for updating the version in manifest.json for modules that package
// a web extension. We automate this to make sure we never forget to update the version, either
// in local development or for releases. In both cases, we want to make sure the latest version
// of all extensions (including their latest changes) are installed on first start-up.
gradle.rootProject.allprojects {
ext.updateExtensionVersion = { task, extDir ->
configure(task) {
from extDir
include 'manifest.template.json'
rename { 'manifest.json' }
into extDir
def values = ['version': getManifestVersionString(rootProject.ext.config.componentsVersion)]