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#!/bin/bash
#
# 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.
readonly SCRIPT_DIR="$(dirname "$0")"
readonly SCRIPT_DIR_ABS="$(cd "${SCRIPT_DIR}" ; pwd -P)"
readonly SRC_DIR="$(dirname $(dirname $(dirname ${SCRIPT_DIR_ABS})))"
# NACL_SDK_ROOT must be set.
if [ x"${NACL_SDK_ROOT}"x == "xx" ] ; then
echo "Error: NACL_SDK_ROOT is not set."
exit 1;
fi
# NACL_TARGET_PLATFORM is really the name of a folder with the base dir -
# usually NACL_SDK_ROOT - within which the toolchain for the target platform
# are found.
# Replace the platform with the name of your target platform. For example, to
# build applications that target the pepper_17 API, set
# NACL_TARGET_PLATFORM="pepper_17"
if [ x"${NACL_TARGET_PLATFORM}"x == "xx" ] ; then
export NACL_TARGET_PLATFORM="pepper_17"
fi
readonly NACL_PLATFORM_DIR="${NACL_SDK_ROOT}/${NACL_TARGET_PLATFORM}"
SCONS_DIR="${NACL_PLATFORM_DIR}/third_party/scons-2.0.1"
if [ ! -f ${SCONS_DIR}/script/scons ]; then
SCONS_DIR="${SRC_DIR}/third_party/scons-2.0.1"
fi
BASE_SCRIPT="${SCONS_DIR}/script/scons"
export SCONS_LIB_DIR="${SCONS_DIR}/engine"
export PYTHONPATH="${SCONS_LIB_DIR}"
export PYTHONPATH="${PYTHONPATH}:${NACL_PLATFORM_DIR}/build_tools"
# We have to do this because scons overrides PYTHONPATH and does not preserve
# what is provided by the OS. The custom variable name won't be overwritten.
export PYMOX="${NACL_PLATFORM_DIR}/third_party/pymox/src"
"${BASE_SCRIPT}" --file=build.scons \
--site-dir="${SCRIPT_DIR_ABS}/../build_tools/nacl_sdk_scons" \
$*