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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Copyright 2017 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Extract source file information from .ninja files."""
import argparse
import logging
import os
import re
import sys
# E.g.:
# build obj/.../foo.o: cxx gen/.../foo.cc || obj/.../foo.inputdeps.stamp
# build obj/.../libfoo.a: alink obj/.../a.o obj/.../b.o |
# build ./libchrome.so ./lib.unstripped/libchrome.so: solink a.o b.o ...
# build libmonochrome.so: __chrome_android_libmonochrome___rule | ...
_REGEX = re.compile(r'build ([^:]+): \w+ (.*?)(?: *\||\n|$)')
class _SourceMapper:
def __init__(self, dep_map, parsed_file_count):
self._dep_map = dep_map
self.parsed_file_count = parsed_file_count
self._unmatched_paths = set()
def _FindSourceForPathInternal(self, path):
if not path.endswith(')'):
return self._dep_map.get(path)
# foo/bar.a(baz.o)
start_idx = path.index('(')
lib_name = path[:start_idx]
obj_name = path[start_idx + 1:-1]
by_basename = self._dep_map.get(lib_name)
if not by_basename:
if lib_name.endswith('rlib') and 'std/' in lib_name:
# Currently we use binary prebuilt static libraries of the Rust
# stdlib so we can't get source paths. That may change in future.
return '(Rust stdlib)/%s' % lib_name
return None
if lib_name.endswith('.rlib'):
# Rust doesn't really have the concept of an object file because
# the compilation unit is the whole 'crate'. Return whichever
# filename was the crate root.
return next(iter(by_basename.values()))
obj_path = by_basename.get(obj_name)
if not obj_path:
# Found the library, but it doesn't list the .o file.
logging.warning('no obj basename for %s %s', path, obj_name)
return None
return self._dep_map.get(obj_path)
def FindSourceForPath(self, path):
"""Returns the source path for the given object path (or None if not found).
Paths for objects within archives should be in the format: foo/bar.a(baz.o)
"""
ret = self._FindSourceForPathInternal(path)
if not ret and path not in self._unmatched_paths:
if self.unmatched_paths_count < 10:
logging.warning('Could not find source path for %s', path)
self._unmatched_paths.add(path)
return ret
@property
def unmatched_paths_count(self):
return len(self._unmatched_paths)
def IterAllPaths(self):
return self._dep_map.keys()
def _ParseNinjaPathList(path_list):
ret = path_list.replace('\\ ', '\b')
return [s.replace('\b', ' ') for s in ret.split()]
def _OutputsAreObject(outputs):
return (outputs.endswith('.a') or outputs.endswith('.o')
or outputs.endswith('.rlib'))
def _ParseOneFile(lines, dep_map, elf_path):
sub_ninjas = []
elf_inputs = None
for line in lines:
if line.startswith('subninja '):
sub_ninjas.append(line[9:-1])
continue
m = _REGEX.match(line)
if m:
outputs, srcs = m.groups()
if _OutputsAreObject(outputs):
output = outputs.replace('\\ ', ' ')
assert output not in dep_map, 'Duplicate output: ' + output
if output[-1] == 'o':
dep_map[output] = srcs.replace('\\ ', ' ')
else:
obj_paths = _ParseNinjaPathList(srcs)
dep_map[output] = {os.path.basename(p): p for p in obj_paths}
elif elf_path and elf_path in outputs:
properly_parsed = [
os.path.normpath(p) for p in _ParseNinjaPathList(outputs)]
if elf_path in properly_parsed:
elf_inputs = _ParseNinjaPathList(srcs)
return sub_ninjas, elf_inputs
def ParseOneFileForTest(lines, dep_map, elf_path):
return _ParseOneFile(lines, dep_map, elf_path)
def Parse(output_directory, elf_path):
"""Parses build.ninja and subninjas.
Args:
output_directory: Where to find the root build.ninja.
elf_path: Path to elf file to find inputs for.
Returns: A tuple of (source_mapper, elf_inputs).
"""
if elf_path:
elf_path = os.path.relpath(elf_path, output_directory)
to_parse = ['build.ninja']
seen_paths = set(to_parse)
dep_map = {}
elf_inputs = None
while to_parse:
path = os.path.join(output_directory, to_parse.pop())
with open(path) as obj:
sub_ninjas, found_elf_inputs = _ParseOneFile(obj, dep_map, elf_path)
if found_elf_inputs:
assert not elf_inputs, 'Found multiple inputs for elf_path ' + elf_path
elf_inputs = found_elf_inputs
for subpath in sub_ninjas:
assert subpath not in seen_paths, 'Double include of ' + subpath
seen_paths.add(subpath)
to_parse.extend(sub_ninjas)
return _SourceMapper(dep_map, len(seen_paths)), elf_inputs
def main():
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument('--output-directory', required=True)
parser.add_argument('--elf-path')
parser.add_argument('--show-inputs', action='store_true')
parser.add_argument('--show-mappings', action='store_true')
args = parser.parse_args()
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG,
format='%(levelname).1s %(relativeCreated)6d %(message)s')
source_mapper, elf_inputs = Parse(args.output_directory, args.elf_path)
if not elf_inputs:
elf_inputs = []
print('Found {} elf_inputs, and {} source mappings'.format(
len(elf_inputs), len(source_mapper._dep_map)))
if args.show_inputs:
print('elf_inputs:')
print('\n'.join(elf_inputs))
if args.show_mappings:
print('object_path -> source_path:')
for path in source_mapper.IterAllPaths():
print('{} -> {}'.format(path, source_mapper.FindSourceForPath(path)))
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()