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# Copyright (c) 2011 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.
# IMPORTANT:
# Please don't directly include this file if you are building via gyp_chromium,
# since gyp_chromium is automatically forcing its inclusion.
{
# Variables expected to be overriden on the GYP command line (-D) or by
# ~/.gyp/include.gypi.
'variables': {
# Putting a variables dict inside another variables dict looks kind of
# weird. This is done so that 'host_arch', 'chromeos', etc are defined as
# variables within the outer variables dict here. This is necessary
# to get these variables defined for the conditions within this variables
# dict that operate on these variables (e.g., for setting 'toolkit_views',
# we need to have 'chromeos' already set).
'variables': {
'variables': {
'variables': {
# Whether we're building a ChromeOS build.
'chromeos%': 0,
# Whether the Views toolkit can use its Pure form when available
# or if it must only use GTK (the default at the moment).
# This is an intermediate step until all of Views is 'Pure',
# at which point we plan to remove those switches.
# This turns on the TOOLKIT_USES_PURE_VIEWS macro which is used
# to replace the corresponding GTK implementation in such a way
# that GTK and PureViews can coexist. This intermediate solution
# allow us to switch the view implementations using
# --use-pure-views, without breaking exiting gtk implementation.
'toolkit_uses_pure_views%': 0,
# Disable touch support by default.
'touchui%': 0,
# Disable webui certificate viewer until it is complete.
'webui_certificate_viewer%': 0,
# Whether the compositor is enabled on views.
'views_compositor%': 0,
},
# Copy conditionally-set variables out one scope.
'chromeos%': '<(chromeos)',
'toolkit_uses_pure_views%': '<(toolkit_uses_pure_views)',
'touchui%': '<(touchui)',
'webui_certificate_viewer%': '<(webui_certificate_viewer)',
'views_compositor%': '<(views_compositor)',
# Compute the architecture that we're building on.
'conditions': [
[ 'OS=="win" or OS=="mac"', {
'host_arch%': 'ia32',
}, {
# This handles the Unix platforms for which there is some support.
# Anything else gets passed through, which probably won't work very
# well; such hosts should pass an explicit target_arch to gyp.
'host_arch%':
'<!(uname -m | sed -e "s/i.86/ia32/;s/x86_64/x64/;s/amd64/x64/;s/arm.*/arm/;s/i86pc/ia32/")',
}],
# Set default value of toolkit_views on for Windows, Chrome OS
# and the touch UI.
['OS=="win" or chromeos==1 or touchui==1 or toolkit_uses_pure_views==1', {
'toolkit_views%': 1,
}, {
'toolkit_views%': 0,
}],
# Views are always Pure in Touch case
['touchui==1', {
'toolkit_uses_pure_views%': 1,
}, {
'toolkit_uses_pure_views%': 0,
}],
# Use WebUI certificate viewer in Touch case
['touchui==1', {
'webui_certificate_viewer%': 1
}],
],
},
# Copy conditionally-set variables out one scope.
'chromeos%': '<(chromeos)',
'touchui%': '<(touchui)',
'webui_certificate_viewer%': '<(webui_certificate_viewer)',
'host_arch%': '<(host_arch)',
'toolkit_views%': '<(toolkit_views)',
'toolkit_uses_pure_views%': '<(toolkit_uses_pure_views)',
'views_compositor%': '<(views_compositor)',
# Whether to build for Wayland display server
'use_wayland%': 0,
# We used to provide a variable for changing how libraries were built.
# This variable remains until we can clean up all the users.
# This needs to be one nested variables dict in so that dependent
# gyp files can make use of it in their outer variables. (Yikes!)
# http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=83308
'library%': 'static_library',
# Override branding to select the desired branding flavor.
'branding%': 'Chromium',
# Override buildtype to select the desired build flavor.
# Dev - everyday build for development/testing
# Official - release build (generally implies additional processing)
# TODO(mmoss) Once 'buildtype' is fully supported (e.g. Windows gyp
# conversion is done), some of the things which are now controlled by
# 'branding', such as symbol generation, will need to be refactored based
# on 'buildtype' (i.e. we don't care about saving symbols for non-Official
# builds).
'buildtype%': 'Dev',
# Default architecture we're building for is the architecture we're
# building on.
'target_arch%': '<(host_arch)',
# This variable tells WebCore.gyp and JavaScriptCore.gyp whether they are
# are built under a chromium full build (1) or a webkit.org chromium
# build (0).
'inside_chromium_build%': 1,
# Set to 1 to enable fast builds. It disables debug info for fastest
# compilation.
'fastbuild%': 0,
# Disable file manager component extension by default.
'file_manager_extension%': 0,
# Python version.
'python_ver%': '2.6',
# Set ARM-v7 compilation flags
'armv7%': 0,
# Set Neon compilation flags (only meaningful if armv7==1).
'arm_neon%': 1,
# The system root for cross-compiles. Default: none.
'sysroot%': '',
# On Linux, we build with sse2 for Chromium builds.
'disable_sse2%': 0,
# Use libjpeg-turbo as the JPEG codec used by Chromium.
'use_libjpeg_turbo%': 1,
# Variable 'component' is for cases where we would like to build some
# components as dynamic shared libraries but still need variable
# 'library' for static libraries.
# By default, component is set to whatever library is set to and
# it can be overriden by the GYP command line or by ~/.gyp/include.gypi.
'component%': 'static_library',
# Set to select the Title Case versions of strings in GRD files.
'use_titlecase_in_grd_files%': 0,
# Use translations provided by volunteers at launchpad.net. This
# currently only works on Linux.
'use_third_party_translations%': 0,
# Remoting compilation is enabled by default. Set to 0 to disable.
'remoting%': 1,
# P2P APIs are compiled in by default. Set to 0 to disable.
# Also note that this should be enabled for remoting to compile.
'p2p_apis%': 1,
# Configuration policy is enabled by default. Set to 0 to disable.
'configuration_policy%': 1,
# Safe browsing is compiled in by default. Set to 0 to disable.
'safe_browsing%': 1,
# If this is set, the clang plugins used on the buildbot will be used.
# Run tools/clang/scripts/update.sh to make sure they are compiled.
# This causes 'clang_chrome_plugins_flags' to be set.
# Has no effect if 'clang' is not set as well.
'clang_use_chrome_plugins%': 0,
# Set to 1 compile with -fPIC cflag on linux. This is a must for shared
# libraries on linux x86-64 and arm, plus ASLR.
'linux_fpic%': 1,
# Enable navigator.registerProtocolHandler and supporting UI.
'enable_register_protocol_handler%': 1,
# Enable Web Intents and supporting UI.
'enable_web_intents%': 0,
# Smooth scrolling is disabled by default.
'enable_smooth_scrolling%': 0,
# Webrtc compilation is enabled by default. Set to 0 to disable.
'enable_webrtc%': 1,
'conditions': [
# Use Skia as WebKit renderer on Mac
['OS=="mac"', {
'use_skia%': 0,
}, {
'use_skia%': 1,
}],
# A flag for POSIX platforms
['OS=="win"', {
'os_posix%': 0,
}, {
'os_posix%': 1,
}],
# Flags to use Gtk and X11 on non-Mac POSIX platforms
['OS=="win" or OS=="mac"', {
'toolkit_uses_gtk%': 0,
'use_x11%': 0,
}, {
# TODO(dnicoara) Wayland build should have these disabled, but
# currently GTK and X is too spread and it's hard to completely
# remove every dependency.
'toolkit_uses_gtk%': 1,
'use_x11%': 1,
}],
# A flag to enable or disable our compile-time dependency
# on gnome-keyring. If that dependency is disabled, no gnome-keyring
# support will be available. This option is useful
# for Linux distributions.
['chromeos==1', {
'use_gnome_keyring%': 0,
}, {
'use_gnome_keyring%': 1,
}],
['toolkit_views==0 or OS=="mac"', {
# GTK+ and Mac wants Title Case strings
'use_titlecase_in_grd_files%': 1,
}],
# Enable some hacks to support Flapper only on Chrome OS.
['chromeos==1', {
'enable_flapper_hacks%': 1,
}, {
'enable_flapper_hacks%': 0,
}],
# Enable file manager extension by default on Chrome OS.
['chromeos==1', {
'file_manager_extension%': 1,
}, {
'file_manager_extension%': 0,
}],
# Enable smooth scrolling for Linux and ChromeOS
['OS=="linux"', {
'enable_smooth_scrolling%': 1,
}, {
'enable_smooth_scrolling%': 0,
}],
],
},
# Copy conditionally-set variables out one scope.
'branding%': '<(branding)',
'buildtype%': '<(buildtype)',
'target_arch%': '<(target_arch)',
'host_arch%': '<(host_arch)',
'library%': 'static_library',
'toolkit_views%': '<(toolkit_views)',
'toolkit_uses_pure_views%': '<(toolkit_uses_pure_views)',
'views_compositor%': '<(views_compositor)',
'os_posix%': '<(os_posix)',
'toolkit_uses_gtk%': '<(toolkit_uses_gtk)',
'use_skia%': '<(use_skia)',
'use_x11%': '<(use_x11)',
'use_gnome_keyring%': '<(use_gnome_keyring)',
'linux_fpic%': '<(linux_fpic)',
'enable_flapper_hacks%': '<(enable_flapper_hacks)',
'chromeos%': '<(chromeos)',
'touchui%': '<(touchui)',
'webui_certificate_viewer%': '<(webui_certificate_viewer)',
'file_manager_extension%': '<(file_manager_extension)',
'inside_chromium_build%': '<(inside_chromium_build)',
'fastbuild%': '<(fastbuild)',
'python_ver%': '<(python_ver)',
'armv7%': '<(armv7)',
'arm_neon%': '<(arm_neon)',
'sysroot%': '<(sysroot)',
'disable_sse2%': '<(disable_sse2)',
'component%': '<(component)',
'use_titlecase_in_grd_files%': '<(use_titlecase_in_grd_files)',
'use_third_party_translations%': '<(use_third_party_translations)',
'remoting%': '<(remoting)',
'enable_webrtc%': '<(enable_webrtc)',
'p2p_apis%': '<(p2p_apis)',
'configuration_policy%': '<(configuration_policy)',
'safe_browsing%': '<(safe_browsing)',
'clang_use_chrome_plugins%': '<(clang_use_chrome_plugins)',
'enable_register_protocol_handler%': '<(enable_register_protocol_handler)',
'enable_smooth_scrolling%': '<(enable_smooth_scrolling)',
'use_wayland%': '<(use_wayland)',
# The release channel that this build targets. This is used to restrict
# channel-specific build options, like which installer packages to create.
# The default is 'all', which does no channel-specific filtering.
'channel%': 'all',
# Override chromium_mac_pch and set it to 0 to suppress the use of
# precompiled headers on the Mac. Prefix header injection may still be
# used, but prefix headers will not be precompiled. This is useful when
# using distcc to distribute a build to compile slaves that don't
# share the same compiler executable as the system driving the compilation,
# because precompiled headers rely on pointers into a specific compiler
# executable's image. Setting this to 0 is needed to use an experimental
# Linux-Mac cross compiler distcc farm.
'chromium_mac_pch%': 1,
# Mac OS X SDK and deployment target support.
# The SDK identifies the version of the system headers that will be used,
# and corresponds to the MAC_OS_X_VERSION_MAX_ALLOWED compile-time macro.
# "Maximum allowed" refers to the operating system version whose APIs are
# available in the headers.
# The deployment target identifies the minimum system version that the
# built products are expected to function on. It corresponds to the
# MAC_OS_X_VERSION_MIN_REQUIRED compile-time macro.
# To ensure these macros are available, #include <AvailabilityMacros.h>.
# Additional documentation on these macros is available at
# http://developer.apple.com/mac/library/technotes/tn2002/tn2064.html#SECTION3
# Chrome normally builds with the Mac OS X 10.5 SDK and sets the
# deployment target to 10.5. Other projects, such as O3D, may override
# these defaults.
'mac_sdk%': '10.5',
'mac_deployment_target%': '10.5',
# Set to 1 to enable code coverage. In addition to build changes
# (e.g. extra CFLAGS), also creates a new target in the src/chrome
# project file called "coverage".
# Currently ignored on Windows.
'coverage%': 0,
# Overridable specification for potential use of alternative
# JavaScript engines.
'javascript_engine%': 'v8',
# Although base/allocator lets you select a heap library via an
# environment variable, the libcmt shim it uses sometimes gets in
# the way. To disable it entirely, and switch to normal msvcrt, do e.g.
# 'win_use_allocator_shim': 0,
# 'win_release_RuntimeLibrary': 2
# to ~/.gyp/include.gypi, gclient runhooks --force, and do a release build.
'win_use_allocator_shim%': 1, # 1 = shim allocator via libcmt; 0 = msvcrt
# Whether usage of OpenMAX is enabled.
'enable_openmax%': 0,
# Whether proprietary audio/video codecs are assumed to be included with
# this build (only meaningful if branding!=Chrome).
'proprietary_codecs%': 0,
# TODO(bradnelson): eliminate this when possible.
# To allow local gyp files to prevent release.vsprops from being included.
# Yes(1) means include release.vsprops.
# Once all vsprops settings are migrated into gyp, this can go away.
'msvs_use_common_release%': 1,
# TODO(bradnelson): eliminate this when possible.
# To allow local gyp files to override additional linker options for msvs.
# Yes(1) means set use the common linker options.
'msvs_use_common_linker_extras%': 1,
# TODO(sgk): eliminate this if possible.
# It would be nicer to support this via a setting in 'target_defaults'
# in chrome/app/locales/locales.gypi overriding the setting in the
# 'Debug' configuration in the 'target_defaults' dict below,
# but that doesn't work as we'd like.
'msvs_debug_link_incremental%': '2',
# Needed for some of the largest modules.
'msvs_debug_link_nonincremental%': '1',
# This is the location of the sandbox binary. Chrome looks for this before
# running the zygote process. If found, and SUID, it will be used to
# sandbox the zygote process and, thus, all renderer processes.
'linux_sandbox_path%': '',
# Set this to true to enable SELinux support.
'selinux%': 0,
# Set this to true when building with Clang.
# See http://code.google.com/p/chromium/wiki/Clang for details.
# TODO: eventually clang should behave identically to gcc, and this
# won't be necessary.
'clang%': 0,
# These two variables can be set in GYP_DEFINES while running
# |gclient runhooks| to let clang run a plugin in every compilation.
# Only has an effect if 'clang=1' is in GYP_DEFINES as well.
# Example:
# GYP_DEFINES='clang=1 clang_load=/abs/path/to/libPrintFunctionNames.dylib clang_add_plugin=print-fns' gclient runhooks
'clang_load%': '',
'clang_add_plugin%': '',
# Enable sampling based profiler.
# See http://google-perftools.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/doc/cpuprofile.html
'profiling%': '0',
# Override whether we should use Breakpad on Linux. I.e. for Chrome bot.
'linux_breakpad%': 0,
# And if we want to dump symbols for Breakpad-enabled builds.
'linux_dump_symbols%': 0,
# And if we want to strip the binary after dumping symbols.
'linux_strip_binary%': 0,
# Strip the test binaries needed for Linux reliability tests.
'linux_strip_reliability_tests%': 0,
# Enable TCMalloc.
'linux_use_tcmalloc%': 1,
# Disable TCMalloc's debugallocation.
'linux_use_debugallocation%': 0,
# Disable TCMalloc's heapchecker.
'linux_use_heapchecker%': 0,
# Disable shadow stack keeping used by heapcheck to unwind the stacks
# better.
'linux_keep_shadow_stacks%': 0,
# Set to 1 to turn on seccomp sandbox by default.
# (Note: this is ignored for official builds.)
'linux_use_seccomp_sandbox%': 0,
# Set to 1 to link against libgnome-keyring instead of using dlopen().
'linux_link_gnome_keyring%': 0,
# Set to 1 to link against gsettings APIs instead of using dlopen().
'linux_link_gsettings%': 0,
# Used to disable Native Client at compile time, for platforms where it
# isn't supported
'disable_nacl%': 0,
# Set Thumb compilation flags.
'arm_thumb%': 0,
# Set ARM fpu compilation flags (only meaningful if armv7==1 and
# arm_neon==0).
'arm_fpu%': 'vfpv3',
# Enable new NPDevice API.
'enable_new_npdevice_api%': 0,
# Enable EGLImage support in OpenMAX
'enable_eglimage%': 1,
# Enable a variable used elsewhere throughout the GYP files to determine
# whether to compile in the sources for the GPU plugin / process.
'enable_gpu%': 1,
# Use OpenSSL instead of NSS. Under development: see http://crbug.com/62803
'use_openssl%': 0,
# .gyp files or targets should set chromium_code to 1 if they build
# Chromium-specific code, as opposed to external code. This variable is
# used to control such things as the set of warnings to enable, and
# whether warnings are treated as errors.
'chromium_code%': 0,
# Set to 1 to compile with the built in pdf viewer.
'internal_pdf%': 0,
# This allows to use libcros from the current system, ie. /usr/lib/
# The cros_api will be pulled in as a static library, and all headers
# from the system include dirs.
'system_libcros%': 0,
# NOTE: When these end up in the Mac bundle, we need to replace '-' for '_'
# so Cocoa is happy (http://crbug.com/20441).
'locales': [
'am', 'ar', 'bg', 'bn', 'ca', 'cs', 'da', 'de', 'el', 'en-GB',
'en-US', 'es-419', 'es', 'et', 'fa', 'fi', 'fil', 'fr', 'gu', 'he',
'hi', 'hr', 'hu', 'id', 'it', 'ja', 'kn', 'ko', 'lt', 'lv',
'ml', 'mr', 'nb', 'nl', 'pl', 'pt-BR', 'pt-PT', 'ro', 'ru',
'sk', 'sl', 'sr', 'sv', 'sw', 'ta', 'te', 'th', 'tr', 'uk',
'vi', 'zh-CN', 'zh-TW',
],
# Pseudo locales are special locales which are used for testing and
# debugging. They don't get copied to the final app. For more info,
# check out https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/Home/fake-bidi
'pseudo_locales': [
'fake-bidi',
],
'grit_defines': [],
# Use Harfbuzz-NG instead of Harfbuzz.
# Under development: http://crbug.com/68551
'use_harfbuzz_ng%': 0,
# If debug_devtools is set to 1, JavaScript files for DevTools are
# stored as is and loaded from disk. Otherwise, a concatenated file
# is stored in resources.pak. It is still possible to load JS files
# from disk by passing --debug-devtools cmdline switch.
'debug_devtools%': 0,
# Point to ICU directory.
'icu_src_dir': '../third_party/icu',
'conditions': [
['os_posix==1 and OS!="mac"', {
# This will set gcc_version to XY if you are running gcc X.Y.*.
# This is used to tweak build flags for gcc 4.4.
'gcc_version%': '<!(python <(DEPTH)/build/compiler_version.py)',
# Figure out the python architecture to decide if we build pyauto.
'python_arch%': '<!(<(DEPTH)/build/linux/python_arch.sh <(sysroot)/usr/lib/libpython<(python_ver).so.1.0)',
'conditions': [
['branding=="Chrome"', {
'linux_breakpad%': 1,
}],
# All Chrome builds have breakpad symbols, but only process the
# symbols from official builds.
['(branding=="Chrome" and buildtype=="Official")', {
'linux_dump_symbols%': 1,
}],
],
}], # os_posix==1 and OS!="mac"
['OS=="mac"', {
'conditions': [
# mac_product_name is set to the name of the .app bundle as it should
# appear on disk. This duplicates data from
# chrome/app/theme/chromium/BRANDING and
# chrome/app/theme/google_chrome/BRANDING, but is necessary to get
# these names into the build system.
['branding=="Chrome"', {
'mac_product_name%': 'Google Chrome',
}, { # else: branding!="Chrome"
'mac_product_name%': 'Chromium',
}],
# Feature variables for enabling Mac Breakpad and Keystone auto-update
# support. Both features are on by default in official builds with
# Chrome branding.
['branding=="Chrome" and buildtype=="Official"', {
'mac_breakpad%': 1,
'mac_keystone%': 1,
}, { # else: branding!="Chrome" or buildtype!="Official"
'mac_breakpad%': 0,
'mac_keystone%': 0,
}],
],
}], # OS=="mac"
# Whether to use multiple cores to compile with visual studio. This is
# optional because it sometimes causes corruption on VS 2005.
# It is on by default on VS 2008 and off on VS 2005.
['OS=="win"', {
'conditions': [
['component=="shared_library"', {
'win_use_allocator_shim%': 0,
}],
['MSVS_VERSION=="2005"', {
'msvs_multi_core_compile%': 0,
},{
'msvs_multi_core_compile%': 1,
}],
# Don't do incremental linking for large modules on 32-bit.
['MSVS_OS_BITS==32', {
'msvs_large_module_debug_link_mode%': '1', # No
},{
'msvs_large_module_debug_link_mode%': '2', # Yes
}],
['MSVS_VERSION=="2010e" or MSVS_VERSION=="2008e" or MSVS_VERSION=="2005e"', {
'msvs_express%': 1,
'secure_atl%': 0,
},{
'msvs_express%': 0,
'secure_atl%': 1,
}],
],
'nacl_win64_defines': [
# This flag is used to minimize dependencies when building
# Native Client loader for 64-bit Windows.
'NACL_WIN64',
],
}],
['os_posix==1 and chromeos==0 and target_arch!="arm"', {
'use_cups%': 1,
}, {
'use_cups%': 0,
}],
# Set the relative path from this file to the GYP file of the JPEG
# library used by Chromium.
['use_libjpeg_turbo==1', {
'libjpeg_gyp_path': '../third_party/libjpeg_turbo/libjpeg.gyp',
}, {
'libjpeg_gyp_path': '../third_party/libjpeg/libjpeg.gyp',
}], # use_libjpeg_turbo==1
# Options controlling the use of GConf (the classic GNOME configuration
# system) and GIO, which contains GSettings (the new GNOME config system).
['chromeos==1', {
'use_gconf%': 0,
'use_gio%': 0,
}, {
'use_gconf%': 1,
'use_gio%': 1,
}],
# Set up -D and -E flags passed into grit.
['branding=="Chrome"', {
# TODO(mmoss) The .grd files look for _google_chrome, but for
# consistency they should look for google_chrome_build like C++.
'grit_defines': ['-D', '_google_chrome',
'-E', 'CHROMIUM_BUILD=google_chrome'],
}, {
'grit_defines': ['-D', '_chromium',
'-E', 'CHROMIUM_BUILD=chromium'],
}],
['chromeos==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'chromeos'],
}],
['toolkit_views==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'toolkit_views'],
}],
['toolkit_uses_pure_views==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'toolkit_uses_pure_views'],
}],
['touchui==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'touchui'],
}],
['webui_certificate_viewer==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'webui_certificate_viewer'],
}],
['file_manager_extension==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'file_manager_extension'],
}],
['remoting==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'remoting'],
}],
['use_titlecase_in_grd_files==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'use_titlecase'],
}],
['use_third_party_translations==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'use_third_party_translations'],
'locales': [
'ast', 'bs', 'ca@valencia', 'eo', 'eu', 'gl', 'hy', 'ia', 'ka', 'ku',
'kw', 'ug',
],
}],
['clang_use_chrome_plugins==1', {
'clang_chrome_plugins_flags':
'<!(<(DEPTH)/tools/clang/scripts/plugin_flags.sh)',
}],
# Set use_ibus to 1 to enable ibus support.
['touchui==1 and chromeos==1', {
'use_ibus%': 1,
}, {
'use_ibus%': 0,
}],
['enable_register_protocol_handler==1', {
'grit_defines': ['-D', 'enable_register_protocol_handler'],
}],
],
},
'target_defaults': {
'variables': {
# The condition that operates on chromium_code is in a target_conditions
# section, and will not have access to the default fallback value of
# chromium_code at the top of this file, or to the chromium_code
# variable placed at the root variables scope of .gyp files, because
# those variables are not set at target scope. As a workaround,
# if chromium_code is not set at target scope, define it in target scope
# to contain whatever value it has during early variable expansion.
# That's enough to make it available during target conditional
# processing.
'chromium_code%': '<(chromium_code)',
# See http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-4.4.2/gcc/Optimize-Options.html
'mac_release_optimization%': '3', # Use -O3 unless overridden
'mac_debug_optimization%': '0', # Use -O0 unless overridden
# See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa652360(VS.71).aspx
'win_release_Optimization%': '2', # 2 = /Os
'win_debug_Optimization%': '0', # 0 = /Od
# See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8wtf2dfz(VS.71).aspx
'win_debug_RuntimeChecks%': '3', # 3 = all checks enabled, 0 = off
# See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/47238hez(VS.71).aspx
'win_debug_InlineFunctionExpansion%': '', # empty = default, 0 = off,
'win_release_InlineFunctionExpansion%': '2', # 1 = only __inline, 2 = max
# VS inserts quite a lot of extra checks to algorithms like
# std::partial_sort in Debug build which make them O(N^2)
# instead of O(N*logN). This is particularly slow under memory
# tools like ThreadSanitizer so we want it to be disablable.
# See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa985982(v=VS.80).aspx
'win_debug_disable_iterator_debugging%': '0',
'release_extra_cflags%': '',
'debug_extra_cflags%': '',
'release_valgrind_build%': 0,
'conditions': [
['OS=="win" and component=="shared_library"', {
# See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa652367.aspx
'win_release_RuntimeLibrary%': '2', # 2 = /MT (nondebug DLL)
'win_debug_RuntimeLibrary%': '3', # 3 = /MTd (debug DLL)
}, {
# See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa652367.aspx
'win_release_RuntimeLibrary%': '0', # 0 = /MT (nondebug static)
'win_debug_RuntimeLibrary%': '1', # 1 = /MTd (debug static)
}],
],
},
'conditions': [
['branding=="Chrome"', {
'defines': ['GOOGLE_CHROME_BUILD'],
}, { # else: branding!="Chrome"
'defines': ['CHROMIUM_BUILD'],
}],
['component=="shared_library"', {
'defines': ['COMPONENT_BUILD'],
}],
['toolkit_views==1', {
'defines': ['TOOLKIT_VIEWS=1'],
}],
['toolkit_uses_pure_views==1', {
'defines': ['TOOLKIT_USES_PURE_VIEWS=1'],
}],
['views_compositor==1', {
'defines': ['VIEWS_COMPOSITOR=1'],
}],
['chromeos==1', {
'defines': ['OS_CHROMEOS=1'],
}],
['touchui==1', {
'defines': ['TOUCH_UI=1'],
}],
['use_wayland==1', {
'defines': ['USE_WAYLAND=1', 'WL_EGL_PLATFORM=1'],
}],
['file_manager_extension==1', {
'defines': ['FILE_MANAGER_EXTENSION=1'],
}],
['profiling==1', {
'defines': ['ENABLE_PROFILING=1'],
}],
['remoting==1', {
'defines': ['ENABLE_REMOTING=1'],
}],
['p2p_apis==1', {
'defines': ['ENABLE_P2P_APIS=1'],
}],
['proprietary_codecs==1', {
'defines': ['USE_PROPRIETARY_CODECS'],
}],
['enable_flapper_hacks==1', {
'defines': ['ENABLE_FLAPPER_HACKS=1'],
}],
['configuration_policy==1', {
'defines': ['ENABLE_CONFIGURATION_POLICY'],
}],
['fastbuild!=0', {
'conditions': [
# For Windows, we don't genererate debug information.
['OS=="win"', {
'msvs_settings': {
'VCLinkerTool': {
'GenerateDebugInformation': 'false',
},
'VCCLCompilerTool': {
'DebugInformationFormat': '0',
}
}
}, { # else: OS != "win", generate less debug information.
'variables': {
'debug_extra_cflags': '-g1',
},
}],
# Clang creates chubby debug information, which makes linking very
# slow. For now, don't create debug information with clang. See
# http://crbug.com/70000
['OS=="linux" and clang==1', {
'variables': {
'debug_extra_cflags': '-g0',
},
}],
], # conditions for fastbuild.
}], # fastbuild!=0
['selinux==1', {
'defines': ['CHROMIUM_SELINUX=1'],
}],
['win_use_allocator_shim==0', {
'conditions': [
['OS=="win"', {
'defines': ['NO_TCMALLOC'],
}],
],
}],
['enable_gpu==1', {
'defines': [
'ENABLE_GPU=1',
],
}],
['use_openssl==1', {
'defines': [
'USE_OPENSSL=1',
],
}],
['enable_eglimage==1', {
'defines': [
'ENABLE_EGLIMAGE=1',
],
}],
['use_skia==1', {
'defines': [
'USE_SKIA=1',
],
}],
['coverage!=0', {
'conditions': [
['OS=="mac"', {
'xcode_settings': {
'GCC_INSTRUMENT_PROGRAM_FLOW_ARCS': 'YES', # -fprofile-arcs
'GCC_GENERATE_TEST_COVERAGE_FILES': 'YES', # -ftest-coverage
},
# Add -lgcov for types executable, shared_library, and
# loadable_module; not for static_library.
# This is a delayed conditional.
'target_conditions': [
['_type!="static_library"', {
'xcode_settings': { 'OTHER_LDFLAGS': [ '-lgcov' ] },
}],
],
}],
['OS=="linux"', {
'cflags': [ '-ftest-coverage',
'-fprofile-arcs' ],
'link_settings': { 'libraries': [ '-lgcov' ] },
}],
# Finally, for Windows, we simply turn on profiling.
['OS=="win"', {
'msvs_settings': {
'VCLinkerTool': {
'Profile': 'true',
},
'VCCLCompilerTool': {
# /Z7, not /Zi, so coverage is happyb
'DebugInformationFormat': '1',
'AdditionalOptions': ['/Yd'],
}
}
}], # OS==win
], # conditions for coverage
}], # coverage!=0
['OS=="win"', {
'defines': [
'__STD_C',
'_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE',
'_SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE',
],
'include_dirs': [
'<(DEPTH)/third_party/wtl/include',
],
}], # OS==win
['enable_register_protocol_handler==1', {
'defines': [
'ENABLE_REGISTER_PROTOCOL_HANDLER=1',
],
}],
], # conditions for 'target_defaults'
'target_conditions': [
['chromium_code==0', {
'conditions': [
[ 'os_posix==1 and OS!="mac"', {
# We don't want to get warnings from third-party code,
# so remove any existing warning-enabling flags like -Wall.
'cflags!': [
'-Wall',
'-Wextra',
'-Werror',
],
'cflags': [
# Don't warn about hash_map in third-party code.
'-Wno-deprecated',
# Don't warn about printf format problems.
# This is off by default in gcc but on in Ubuntu's gcc(!).
'-Wno-format',
],
'cflags_cc!': [
# TODO(fischman): remove this.
# http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=90453
'-Wsign-compare',
]
}],
[ 'os_posix==1 and OS!="mac" and chromeos==0', {
'cflags': [
# Don't warn about ignoring the return value from e.g. close().
# This is off by default in some gccs but on by default in others.
# Currently this option is not set for Chrome OS build because
# the current version of gcc (4.3.4) used for building Chrome in
# Chrome OS chroot doesn't support this option.
# TODO(mazda): remove the conditional for Chrome OS when gcc
# version is upgraded.
'-Wno-unused-result',
],
}],
[ 'OS=="win"', {
'defines': [
'_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE',
'_CRT_NONSTDC_NO_WARNINGS',
'_CRT_NONSTDC_NO_DEPRECATE',
'_SCL_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE',
],
'msvs_disabled_warnings': [4800],
'msvs_settings': {
'VCCLCompilerTool': {
'WarningLevel': '3',
'WarnAsError': 'false', # TODO(maruel): Enable it.
'Detect64BitPortabilityProblems': 'false',
},
},
}],
# TODO(darin): Unfortunately, some third_party code depends on base/
[ 'OS=="win" and component=="shared_library"', {
'msvs_disabled_warnings': [
4251, # class 'std::xx' needs to have dll-interface.
],
}],
[ 'OS=="mac"', {
'xcode_settings': {
'GCC_TREAT_WARNINGS_AS_ERRORS': 'NO',
'WARNING_CFLAGS!': ['-Wall', '-Wextra'],
},
}],
],
}, {
# In Chromium code, we define __STDC_FORMAT_MACROS in order to get the
# C99 macros on Mac and Linux.
'defines': [
'__STDC_FORMAT_MACROS',
],
'conditions': [
['OS!="win"', {
'sources/': [ ['exclude', '_win(_unittest)?\\.(h|cc)$'],
['exclude', '(^|/)win/'],
['exclude', '(^|/)win_[^/]*\\.(h|cc)$'] ],
}],
['OS!="mac"', {
'sources/': [ ['exclude', '_(cocoa|mac)(_unittest)?\\.(h|cc)$'],
['exclude', '(^|/)(cocoa|mac)/'],
['exclude', '\\.mm?$' ] ],
}],
['toolkit_uses_gtk!=1', {
'sources/': [
['exclude', '_(chromeos|gtk|x|x11|xdg)(_unittest)?\\.(h|cc)$'],
['exclude', '(^|/)gtk/'],
['exclude', '(^|/)(gtk|x11)_[^/]*\\.(h|cc)$'],
],
}],
['OS!="linux"', {
'sources/': [
['exclude', '_linux(_unittest)?\\.(h|cc)$'],
['exclude', '(^|/)linux/'],
],
}],
# We use "POSIX" to refer to all non-Windows operating systems.
['OS=="win"', {
'sources/': [ ['exclude', '_posix\\.(h|cc)$'] ],
# turn on warnings for signed/unsigned mismatch on chromium code.
'msvs_settings': {
'VCCLCompilerTool': {
'AdditionalOptions': ['/we4389'],
},
},
}],
['OS=="win" and component=="shared_library"', {
'msvs_disabled_warnings': [
4251, # class 'std::xx' needs to have dll-interface.
],
}],
['chromeos!=1', {
'sources/': [ ['exclude', '_chromeos\\.(h|cc)$'] ]
}],
['toolkit_views==0', {
'sources/': [ ['exclude', '_views\\.(h|cc)$'] ]
}],
],
}],
], # target_conditions for 'target_defaults'
'default_configuration': 'Debug',
'configurations': {
# VCLinkerTool LinkIncremental values below:
# 0 == default
# 1 == /INCREMENTAL:NO
# 2 == /INCREMENTAL
# Debug links incremental, Release does not.
#
# Abstract base configurations to cover common attributes.
#
'Common_Base': {
'abstract': 1,
'msvs_configuration_attributes': {
'OutputDirectory': '$(SolutionDir)$(ConfigurationName)',
'IntermediateDirectory': '$(OutDir)\\obj\\$(ProjectName)',
'CharacterSet': '1',
},
},
'x86_Base': {
'abstract': 1,
'msvs_settings': {
'VCLinkerTool': {
'TargetMachine': '1',
},
},
'msvs_configuration_platform': 'Win32',
},
'x64_Base': {
'abstract': 1,
'msvs_configuration_platform': 'x64',
'msvs_settings': {
'VCLinkerTool': {
'TargetMachine': '17', # x86 - 64
'AdditionalLibraryDirectories!':
['<(DEPTH)/third_party/platformsdk_win7/files/Lib'],
'AdditionalLibraryDirectories':
['<(DEPTH)/third_party/platformsdk_win7/files/Lib/x64'],
},
'VCLibrarianTool': {
'AdditionalLibraryDirectories!':
['<(DEPTH)/third_party/platformsdk_win7/files/Lib'],
'AdditionalLibraryDirectories':
['<(DEPTH)/third_party/platformsdk_win7/files/Lib/x64'],
},
},
'defines': [
# Not sure if tcmalloc works on 64-bit Windows.
'NO_TCMALLOC',
],
},
'Debug_Base': {
'abstract': 1,
'defines': [
'DYNAMIC_ANNOTATIONS_ENABLED=1',
'WTF_USE_DYNAMIC_ANNOTATIONS=1',
],
'xcode_settings': {
'COPY_PHASE_STRIP': 'NO',
'GCC_OPTIMIZATION_LEVEL': '<(mac_debug_optimization)',
'OTHER_CFLAGS': [
'<@(debug_extra_cflags)',
],
},
'msvs_settings': {
'VCCLCompilerTool': {
'Optimization': '<(win_debug_Optimization)',
'PreprocessorDefinitions': ['_DEBUG'],
'BasicRuntimeChecks': '<(win_debug_RuntimeChecks)',
'RuntimeLibrary': '<(win_debug_RuntimeLibrary)',
'conditions': [
# According to MSVS, InlineFunctionExpansion=0 means
# "default inlining", not "/Ob0".
# Thus, we have to handle InlineFunctionExpansion==0 separately.
['win_debug_InlineFunctionExpansion==0', {
'AdditionalOptions': ['/Ob0'],
}],
['win_debug_InlineFunctionExpansion!=""', {
'InlineFunctionExpansion':
'<(win_debug_InlineFunctionExpansion)',
}],
['win_debug_disable_iterator_debugging==1', {
'PreprocessorDefinitions': ['_HAS_ITERATOR_DEBUGGING=0'],
}],
],
},
'VCLinkerTool': {
'LinkIncremental': '<(msvs_debug_link_incremental)',
# ASLR makes debugging with windbg difficult because Chrome.exe and
# Chrome.dll share the same base name. As result, windbg will
# name the Chrome.dll module like chrome_<base address>, where
# <base address> typically changes with each launch. This in turn
# means that breakpoints in Chrome.dll don't stick from one launch
# to the next. For this reason, we turn ASLR off in debug builds.
# Note that this is a three-way bool, where 0 means to pick up
# the default setting, 1 is off and 2 is on.
'RandomizedBaseAddress': 1,
},
'VCResourceCompilerTool': {
'PreprocessorDefinitions': ['_DEBUG'],
},
},
'conditions': [
['OS=="linux"', {
'cflags': [
'<@(debug_extra_cflags)',
],
}],
['release_valgrind_build==0', {
'xcode_settings': {
'OTHER_CFLAGS': [
'-fstack-protector-all', # Implies -fstack-protector
],
},
}],
],
},
'Release_Base': {
'abstract': 1,
'defines': [
'NDEBUG',
],
'xcode_settings': {
'DEAD_CODE_STRIPPING': 'YES', # -Wl,-dead_strip
'GCC_OPTIMIZATION_LEVEL': '<(mac_release_optimization)',
'OTHER_CFLAGS': [ '<@(release_extra_cflags)', ],
},
'msvs_settings': {
'VCCLCompilerTool': {
'Optimization': '<(win_release_Optimization)',
'RuntimeLibrary': '<(win_release_RuntimeLibrary)',
'conditions': [
# According to MSVS, InlineFunctionExpansion=0 means
# "default inlining", not "/Ob0".
# Thus, we have to handle InlineFunctionExpansion==0 separately.
['win_release_InlineFunctionExpansion==0', {
'AdditionalOptions': ['/Ob0'],
}],
['win_release_InlineFunctionExpansion!=""', {
'InlineFunctionExpansion':
'<(win_release_InlineFunctionExpansion)',
}],
],
},
'VCLinkerTool': {
'LinkIncremental': '1',
},
},
'conditions': [
['release_valgrind_build==0', {
'defines': [
'NVALGRIND',
'DYNAMIC_ANNOTATIONS_ENABLED=0',
],
}, {
'defines': [
'DYNAMIC_ANNOTATIONS_ENABLED=1',
'WTF_USE_DYNAMIC_ANNOTATIONS=1',
],
}],
['win_use_allocator_shim==0', {
'defines': ['NO_TCMALLOC'],
}],
['OS=="linux"', {
'cflags': [
'<@(release_extra_cflags)',
],
}],
],
},
'Purify_Base': {
'abstract': 1,
'defines': [
'PURIFY',
'NO_TCMALLOC',
],
'msvs_settings': {
'VCCLCompilerTool': {
'Optimization': '0',
'RuntimeLibrary': '0',
'BufferSecurityCheck': 'false',
},
'VCLinkerTool': {
'EnableCOMDATFolding': '1',
'LinkIncremental': '1',
},
},
},
#
# Concrete configurations
#
'Debug': {
'inherit_from': ['Common_Base', 'x86_Base', 'Debug_Base'],
},
'Release': {
'inherit_from': ['Common_Base', 'x86_Base', 'Release_Base'],
'conditions': [
['msvs_use_common_release', {
'includes': ['release.gypi'],
}],
]
},
'conditions': [
[ 'OS=="win"', {
# TODO(bradnelson): add a gyp mechanism to make this more graceful.
'Purify': {
'inherit_from': ['Common_Base', 'x86_Base', 'Release_Base', 'Purify'],
},
'Debug_x64': {
'inherit_from': ['Common_Base', 'x64_Base', 'Debug_Base'],
},
'Release_x64': {
'inherit_from': ['Common_Base', 'x64_Base', 'Release_Base'],
},
'Purify_x64': {
'inherit_from': ['Common_Base', 'x64_Base', 'Release_Base', 'Purify_Base'],
},
}],
],
},
},
'conditions': [
['os_posix==1 and OS!="mac"', {
'target_defaults': {
# Enable -Werror by default, but put it in a variable so it can
# be disabled in ~/.gyp/include.gypi on the valgrind builders.
'variables': {
# Use -fno-strict-aliasing, see http://crbug.com/32204
'no_strict_aliasing%': 1,
'conditions': [
['OS=="linux"', {
'werror%': '-Werror',
}, { # turn off -Werror on other Unices
'werror%': '',
}],
],
},
'cflags': [
'<(werror)', # See note above about the werror variable.
'-pthread',
'-fno-exceptions',
'-Wall',
# TODO(evan): turn this back on once all the builds work.
# '-Wextra',
# Don't warn about unused function params. We use those everywhere.
'-Wno-unused-parameter',
# Don't warn about the "struct foo f = {0};" initialization pattern.
'-Wno-missing-field-initializers',
'-D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64',
# Don't export any symbols (for example, to plugins we dlopen()).
# Note: this is *required* to make some plugins work.
'-fvisibility=hidden',
'-pipe',
],
'cflags_cc': [
'-fno-rtti',
'-fno-threadsafe-statics',
# Make inline functions have hidden visiblity by default.
# Surprisingly, not covered by -fvisibility=hidden.
'-fvisibility-inlines-hidden',
# GCC turns on -Wsign-compare for C++ under -Wall, but clang doesn't,
# so we specify it explicitly.
# TODO(fischman): remove this if http://llvm.org/PR10448 obsoletes it.
# http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=90453
'-Wsign-compare',
],
'ldflags': [
'-pthread', '-Wl,-z,noexecstack',
],
'configurations': {
'Debug_Base': {
'variables': {
'debug_optimize%': '0',
},
'defines': [
'_DEBUG',
],
'cflags': [
'-O>(debug_optimize)',
'-g',
],
},
'Release_Base': {
'variables': {
'release_optimize%': '2',
# Binaries become big and gold is unable to perform GC
# and remove unused sections for some of test targets
# on 32 bit platform.
# (This is currently observed only in chromeos valgrind bots)
# The following flag is to disable --gc-sections linker
# option for these bots.
'no_gc_sections%': 0,
# TODO(bradnelson): reexamine how this is done if we change the
# expansion of configurations
'release_valgrind_build%': 0,
},
'cflags': [
'-O>(release_optimize)',
# Don't emit the GCC version ident directives, they just end up
# in the .comment section taking up binary size.
'-fno-ident',
# Put data and code in their own sections, so that unused symbols
# can be removed at link time with --gc-sections.
'-fdata-sections',
'-ffunction-sections',
],
'ldflags': [
# Specifically tell the linker to perform optimizations.
# See http://lwn.net/Articles/192624/ .
'-Wl,-O1',
'-Wl,--as-needed',
],
'conditions' : [
['no_gc_sections==0', {
'ldflags': [
'-Wl,--gc-sections',
],
}],
['clang==1', {
'cflags!': [
'-fno-ident',
],
}],
['profiling==1', {
'cflags': [
'-fno-omit-frame-pointer',
'-g',
],
}],
# At gyp time, we test the linker for ICF support; this flag
# is then provided to us by gyp. (Currently only gold supports
# an --icf flag.)
# There seems to be a conflict of --icf and -pie in gold which
# can generate crashy binaries. As a security measure, -pie
# takes precendence for now.
['LINKER_SUPPORTS_ICF==1 and release_valgrind_build==0', {
'target_conditions': [
['_toolset=="target"', {
'ldflags': [
#'-Wl,--icf=safe',
'-Wl,--icf=none',
]
}]
]
}],
]
},
},
'variants': {
'coverage': {
'cflags': ['-fprofile-arcs', '-ftest-coverage'],
'ldflags': ['-fprofile-arcs'],
},
'profile': {
'cflags': ['-pg', '-g'],
'ldflags': ['-pg'],
},
'symbols': {
'cflags': ['-g'],
},
},
'conditions': [
[ 'target_arch=="ia32"', {
'asflags': [
# Needed so that libs with .s files (e.g. libicudata.a)
# are compatible with the general 32-bit-ness.
'-32',
],
# All floating-point computations on x87 happens in 80-bit
# precision. Because the C and C++ language standards allow
# the compiler to keep the floating-point values in higher
# precision than what's specified in the source and doing so
# is more efficient than constantly rounding up to 64-bit or
# 32-bit precision as specified in the source, the compiler,
# especially in the optimized mode, tries very hard to keep
# values in x87 floating-point stack (in 80-bit precision)
# as long as possible. This has important side effects, that
# the real value used in computation may change depending on
# how the compiler did the optimization - that is, the value
# kept in 80-bit is different than the value rounded down to
# 64-bit or 32-bit. There are possible compiler options to make
# this behavior consistent (e.g. -ffloat-store would keep all
# floating-values in the memory, thus force them to be rounded
# to its original precision) but they have significant runtime
# performance penalty.
#
# -mfpmath=sse -msse2 makes the compiler use SSE instructions
# which keep floating-point values in SSE registers in its
# native precision (32-bit for single precision, and 64-bit for
# double precision values). This means the floating-point value
# used during computation does not change depending on how the
# compiler optimized the code, since the value is always kept
# in its specified precision.
'conditions': [
['branding=="Chromium" and disable_sse2==0', {
'cflags': [
'-march=pentium4',
'-msse2',
'-mfpmath=sse',
],
}],
# ChromeOS targets Pinetrail, which is sse3, but most of the
# benefit comes from sse2 so this setting allows ChromeOS
# to build on other CPUs. In the future -march=atom would help
# but requires a newer compiler.
['chromeos==1 and disable_sse2==0', {
'cflags': [
'-msse2',
],
}],
# Install packages have started cropping up with
# different headers between the 32-bit and 64-bit
# versions, so we have to shadow those differences off
# and make sure a 32-bit-on-64-bit build picks up the
# right files.
['host_arch!="ia32"', {
'include_dirs+': [
'/usr/include32',
],
}],
],
# -mmmx allows mmintrin.h to be used for mmx intrinsics.
# video playback is mmx and sse2 optimized.
'cflags': [
'-m32',
'-mmmx',
],
'ldflags': [
'-m32',
],
}],
['target_arch=="arm"', {
'target_conditions': [
['_toolset=="target"', {
'cflags_cc': [
# The codesourcery arm-2009q3 toolchain warns at that the ABI
# has changed whenever it encounters a varargs function. This
# silences those warnings, as they are not helpful and
# clutter legitimate warnings.
'-Wno-abi',
],
'conditions': [
['arm_thumb == 1', {
'cflags': [
'-mthumb',
]
}],
['armv7==1', {
'cflags': [
'-march=armv7-a',
'-mtune=cortex-a8',
'-mfloat-abi=softfp',
],
'conditions': [
['arm_neon==1', {
'cflags': [ '-mfpu=neon', ],
}, {
'cflags': [ '-mfpu=<(arm_fpu)', ],
}]
],
}],
],
}],
],
}],
['linux_fpic==1', {
'cflags': [
'-fPIC',
],
}],
['sysroot!=""', {
'target_conditions': [
['_toolset=="target"', {
'cflags': [
'--sysroot=<(sysroot)',
],
'ldflags': [
'--sysroot=<(sysroot)',
],
}]]
}],
['clang==1', {
'target_conditions': [
['_toolset=="target"', {
'cflags': [
'-Wheader-hygiene',
# Clang spots more unused functions.
'-Wno-unused-function',
# Don't die on dtoa code that uses a char as an array index.
'-Wno-char-subscripts',
# Survive EXPECT_EQ(unnamed_enum, unsigned int) -- see
# http://code.google.com/p/googletest/source/detail?r=446 .
# TODO(thakis): Use -isystem instead (http://crbug.com/58751 )
'-Wno-unnamed-type-template-args',
],
'cflags!': [
# Clang doesn't seem to know know this flag.
'-mfpmath=sse',
],
}]],
}],
['clang==1 and clang_use_chrome_plugins==1', {
'target_conditions': [
['_toolset=="target"', {
'cflags': [
'<(clang_chrome_plugins_flags)',
],
}]],
}],
['clang==1 and clang_load!="" and clang_add_plugin!=""', {
'target_conditions': [
['_toolset=="target"', {
'cflags': [
'-Xclang', '-load', '-Xclang', '<(clang_load)',
'-Xclang', '-add-plugin', '-Xclang', '<(clang_add_plugin)',
],
}]],
}],
['no_strict_aliasing==1', {
'cflags': [
'-fno-strict-aliasing',
],
}],
['linux_breakpad==1', {
'cflags': [ '-g' ],
'defines': ['USE_LINUX_BREAKPAD'],
}],
['linux_use_heapchecker==1', {
'variables': {'linux_use_tcmalloc%': 1},
}],
['linux_use_tcmalloc==0', {
'defines': ['NO_TCMALLOC'],
}],
['linux_use_heapchecker==0', {
'defines': ['NO_HEAPCHECKER'],
}],
['linux_keep_shadow_stacks==1', {
'defines': ['KEEP_SHADOW_STACKS'],
'cflags': ['-finstrument-functions'],
}],
],
},
}],
# FreeBSD-specific options; note that most FreeBSD options are set above,
# with Linux.
['OS=="freebsd"', {
'target_defaults': {
'ldflags': [
'-Wl,--no-keep-memory',
],
},
}],
['OS=="solaris"', {
'cflags!': ['-fvisibility=hidden'],
'cflags_cc!': ['-fvisibility-inlines-hidden'],
}],
['OS=="mac"', {
'target_defaults': {
'variables': {
# These should be 'mac_real_dsym%' and 'mac_strip%', but there
# seems to be a bug with % in variables that are intended to be
# set to different values in different targets, like these two.
'mac_strip': 1, # Strip debugging symbols from the target.
'mac_real_dsym': 0, # Fake .dSYMs are fine in most cases.
},
'mac_bundle': 0,
'xcode_settings': {
'ALWAYS_SEARCH_USER_PATHS': 'NO',
'GCC_C_LANGUAGE_STANDARD': 'c99', # -std=c99
'GCC_CW_ASM_SYNTAX': 'NO', # No -fasm-blocks
'GCC_DYNAMIC_NO_PIC': 'NO', # No -mdynamic-no-pic
# (Equivalent to -fPIC)
'GCC_ENABLE_CPP_EXCEPTIONS': 'NO', # -fno-exceptions
'GCC_ENABLE_CPP_RTTI': 'NO', # -fno-rtti
'GCC_ENABLE_PASCAL_STRINGS': 'NO', # No -mpascal-strings
# GCC_INLINES_ARE_PRIVATE_EXTERN maps to -fvisibility-inlines-hidden
'GCC_INLINES_ARE_PRIVATE_EXTERN': 'YES',
'GCC_OBJC_CALL_CXX_CDTORS': 'YES', # -fobjc-call-cxx-cdtors
'GCC_SYMBOLS_PRIVATE_EXTERN': 'YES', # -fvisibility=hidden
'GCC_THREADSAFE_STATICS': 'NO', # -fno-threadsafe-statics
'GCC_TREAT_WARNINGS_AS_ERRORS': 'YES', # -Werror
'GCC_VERSION': '4.2',
'GCC_WARN_ABOUT_MISSING_NEWLINE': 'YES', # -Wnewline-eof
# MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET maps to -mmacosx-version-min
'MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET': '<(mac_deployment_target)',
'PREBINDING': 'NO', # No -Wl,-prebind
'USE_HEADERMAP': 'NO',
'OTHER_CFLAGS': [
'-fno-strict-aliasing', # See http://crbug.com/32204
],
'WARNING_CFLAGS': [
'-Wall',
'-Wendif-labels',
'-Wextra',
# Don't warn about unused function parameters.
'-Wno-unused-parameter',
# Don't warn about the "struct foo f = {0};" initialization
# pattern.
'-Wno-missing-field-initializers',
],
'conditions': [
['chromium_mac_pch', {'GCC_PRECOMPILE_PREFIX_HEADER': 'YES'},
{'GCC_PRECOMPILE_PREFIX_HEADER': 'NO'}
],
['clang==1', {
'WARNING_CFLAGS': [
'-Wheader-hygiene',
# Don't die on dtoa code that uses a char as an array index.
# This is required solely for base/third_party/dmg_fp/dtoa.cc.
'-Wno-char-subscripts',
# Clang spots more unused functions.
'-Wno-unused-function',
# Survive EXPECT_EQ(unnamed_enum, unsigned int) -- see
# http://code.google.com/p/googletest/source/detail?r=446 .
# TODO(thakis): Use -isystem instead (http://crbug.com/58751 ).
'-Wno-unnamed-type-template-args',
# TODO(thakis): Reenable once the one instance this warns on
# is fixed.
'-Wno-parentheses',
],
}],
['clang==1 and clang_use_chrome_plugins==1', {
'OTHER_CFLAGS': [
'<(clang_chrome_plugins_flags)',
],
}],
['clang==1 and clang_load!="" and clang_add_plugin!=""', {
'OTHER_CFLAGS': [
'-Xclang', '-load', '-Xclang', '<(clang_load)',
'-Xclang', '-add-plugin', '-Xclang', '<(clang_add_plugin)',
],
}],
],
},
'target_conditions': [
['_type!="static_library"', {
'xcode_settings': {'OTHER_LDFLAGS': ['-Wl,-search_paths_first']},
}],
['_mac_bundle', {
'xcode_settings': {'OTHER_LDFLAGS': ['-Wl,-ObjC']},
}],
['_type=="executable" and release_valgrind_build==0', {
# Turn on position-independence (ASLR) for executables. When PIE
# is on for the Chrome executables, the framework will also be
# subject to ASLR.
# Don't do this when building for Valgrind because Valgrind
# doesn't understand slide. TODO: Make Valgrind on Mac OS X
# understand slide, and get rid of the Valgrind check.
'xcode_settings': {
'OTHER_LDFLAGS': [
'-Wl,-pie', # Position-independent executable (MH_PIE)
],
},
}],
['(_type=="executable" or _type=="shared_library" or \
_type=="loadable_module") and mac_strip!=0', {
'target_conditions': [
['mac_real_dsym == 1', {
# To get a real .dSYM bundle produced by dsymutil, set the
# debug information format to dwarf-with-dsym. Since
# strip_from_xcode will not be used, set Xcode to do the
# stripping as well.
'configurations': {
'Release_Base': {
'xcode_settings': {
'DEBUG_INFORMATION_FORMAT': 'dwarf-with-dsym',
'DEPLOYMENT_POSTPROCESSING': 'YES',
'STRIP_INSTALLED_PRODUCT': 'YES',
'target_conditions': [
['_type=="shared_library" or _type=="loadable_module"', {
# The Xcode default is to strip debugging symbols
# only (-S). Local symbols should be stripped as
# well, which will be handled by -x. Xcode will
# continue to insert -S when stripping even when
# additional flags are added with STRIPFLAGS.
'STRIPFLAGS': '-x',
}], # _type=="shared_library" or _type=="loadable_module"'
], # target_conditions
}, # xcode_settings
}, # configuration "Release"
}, # configurations
}, { # mac_real_dsym != 1
# To get a fast fake .dSYM bundle, use a post-build step to
# produce the .dSYM and strip the executable. strip_from_xcode
# only operates in the Release configuration.
'postbuilds': [
{
'variables': {
# Define strip_from_xcode in a variable ending in _path
# so that gyp understands it's a path and performs proper
# relativization during dict merging.
'strip_from_xcode_path': 'mac/strip_from_xcode',
},
'postbuild_name': 'Strip If Needed',
'action': ['<(strip_from_xcode_path)'],
},
], # postbuilds
}], # mac_real_dsym
], # target_conditions
}], # (_type=="executable" or _type=="shared_library" or
# _type=="loadable_module") and mac_strip!=0
], # target_conditions
}, # target_defaults
}], # OS=="mac"
['OS=="win"', {
'target_defaults': {
'defines': [
'_WIN32_WINNT=0x0600',
'WINVER=0x0600',
'WIN32',
'_WINDOWS',
'NOMINMAX',
'_CRT_RAND_S',
'CERT_CHAIN_PARA_HAS_EXTRA_FIELDS',
'WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN',
'_ATL_NO_OPENGL',
'_HAS_TR1=0',
],
'conditions': [
['component=="static_library"', {
'defines': [
'_HAS_EXCEPTIONS=0',
],
}],
['secure_atl', {
'defines': [
'_SECURE_ATL',
],
}],
],
'msvs_system_include_dirs': [
'<(DEPTH)/third_party/platformsdk_win7/files/Include',
'<(DEPTH)/third_party/directxsdk/files/Include',
'$(VSInstallDir)/VC/atlmfc/include',
],
'msvs_cygwin_dirs': ['<(DEPTH)/third_party/cygwin'],
'msvs_disabled_warnings': [4351, 4396, 4503, 4819,
# TODO(maruel): These warnings are level 4. They will be slowly
# removed as code is fixed.
4100, 4121, 4125, 4127, 4130, 4131, 4189, 4201, 4238, 4244, 4245,
4310, 4355, 4428, 4481, 4505, 4510, 4512, 4530, 4610, 4611, 4701,
4702, 4706,
],
'msvs_settings': {
'VCCLCompilerTool': {
'MinimalRebuild': 'false',
'BufferSecurityCheck': 'true',
'EnableFunctionLevelLinking': 'true',
'RuntimeTypeInfo': 'false',
'WarningLevel': '4',
'WarnAsError': 'true',
'DebugInformationFormat': '3',
'conditions': [
['msvs_multi_core_compile', {
'AdditionalOptions': ['/MP'],
}],
['MSVS_VERSION=="2005e"', {
'AdditionalOptions': ['/w44068'], # Unknown pragma to 4 (ATL)
}],
['component=="shared_library"', {
'ExceptionHandling': '1', # /EHsc
}, {
'ExceptionHandling': '0',
}],
],
},
'VCLibrarianTool': {
'AdditionalOptions': ['/ignore:4221'],
'AdditionalLibraryDirectories': [
'<(DEPTH)/third_party/platformsdk_win7/files/Lib',
'<(DEPTH)/third_party/directxsdk/files/Lib/x86',
],
},
'VCLinkerTool': {
'AdditionalDependencies': [
'wininet.lib',
'dnsapi.lib',
'version.lib',
'msimg32.lib',
'ws2_32.lib',
'usp10.lib',
'psapi.lib',
'dbghelp.lib',
'winmm.lib',
'shlwapi.lib',
],
'conditions': [
['msvs_express', {
# Explicitly required when using the ATL with express
'AdditionalDependencies': [
'atlthunk.lib',
],
}],
['MSVS_VERSION=="2005e"', {
# Non-express versions link automatically to these
'AdditionalDependencies': [
'advapi32.lib',
'comdlg32.lib',
'ole32.lib',
'shell32.lib',
'user32.lib',
'winspool.lib',
],
}],
],
'AdditionalLibraryDirectories': [
'<(DEPTH)/third_party/platformsdk_win7/files/Lib',
'<(DEPTH)/third_party/directxsdk/files/Lib/x86',
],
'GenerateDebugInformation': 'true',
'MapFileName': '$(OutDir)\\$(TargetName).map',
'ImportLibrary': '$(OutDir)\\lib\\$(TargetName).lib',
'FixedBaseAddress': '1',
# SubSystem values:
# 0 == not set
# 1 == /SUBSYSTEM:CONSOLE
# 2 == /SUBSYSTEM:WINDOWS
# Most of the executables we'll ever create are tests
# and utilities with console output.
'SubSystem': '1',
},
'VCMIDLTool': {
'GenerateStublessProxies': 'true',
'TypeLibraryName': '$(InputName).tlb',
'OutputDirectory': '$(IntDir)',
'HeaderFileName': '$(InputName).h',
'DLLDataFileName': 'dlldata.c',
'InterfaceIdentifierFileName': '$(InputName)_i.c',
'ProxyFileName': '$(InputName)_p.c',
},
'VCResourceCompilerTool': {
'Culture' : '1033',
'AdditionalIncludeDirectories': [
'<(DEPTH)',
'<(SHARED_INTERMEDIATE_DIR)',
],
},
},
},
}],
['disable_nacl==1', {
'target_defaults': {
'defines': [
'DISABLE_NACL',
],
},
}],
['OS=="win" and msvs_use_common_linker_extras', {
'target_defaults': {
'msvs_settings': {
'VCLinkerTool': {
'DelayLoadDLLs': [
'dbghelp.dll',
'dwmapi.dll',
'uxtheme.dll',
],
},
},
'configurations': {
'x86_Base': {
'msvs_settings': {
'VCLinkerTool': {
'AdditionalOptions': [
'/safeseh',
'/dynamicbase',
'/ignore:4199',
'/ignore:4221',
'/nxcompat',
],
},
},
},
'x64_Base': {
'msvs_settings': {
'VCLinkerTool': {
'AdditionalOptions': [
# safeseh is not compatible with x64
'/dynamicbase',
'/ignore:4199',
'/ignore:4221',
'/nxcompat',
],
},
},
},
},
},
}],
['enable_new_npdevice_api==1', {
'target_defaults': {
'defines': [
'ENABLE_NEW_NPDEVICE_API',
],
},
}],
],
'xcode_settings': {
# DON'T ADD ANYTHING NEW TO THIS BLOCK UNLESS YOU REALLY REALLY NEED IT!
# This block adds *project-wide* configuration settings to each project
# file. It's almost always wrong to put things here. Specify your
# custom xcode_settings in target_defaults to add them to targets instead.
# In an Xcode Project Info window, the "Base SDK for All Configurations"
# setting sets the SDK on a project-wide basis. In order to get the
# configured SDK to show properly in the Xcode UI, SDKROOT must be set
# here at the project level.
'SDKROOT': 'macosx<(mac_sdk)', # -isysroot
# The Xcode generator will look for an xcode_settings section at the root
# of each dict and use it to apply settings on a file-wide basis. Most
# settings should not be here, they should be in target-specific
# xcode_settings sections, or better yet, should use non-Xcode-specific
# settings in target dicts. SYMROOT is a special case, because many other
# Xcode variables depend on it, including variables such as
# PROJECT_DERIVED_FILE_DIR. When a source group corresponding to something
# like PROJECT_DERIVED_FILE_DIR is added to a project, in order for the
# files to appear (when present) in the UI as actual files and not red
# red "missing file" proxies, the correct path to PROJECT_DERIVED_FILE_DIR,
# and therefore SYMROOT, needs to be set at the project level.
'SYMROOT': '<(DEPTH)/xcodebuild',
},
}