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# Copyright 2014 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.
import os
import subprocess
import sys
# This script prints information about the build system, the operating
# system and the iOS or Mac SDK (depending on the platform "iphonesimulator",
# "iphoneos" or "macosx" generally).
# In the GYP build, this is done inside GYP itself based on the SDKROOT
# variable.
def FormatVersion(version):
"""Converts Xcode version to a format required for Info.plist."""
version = version.replace('.', '')
version = version + '0' * (3 - len(version))
return version.zfill(4)
def FillXcodeVersion(settings):
"""Fills the Xcode version and build number into |settings|."""
lines = subprocess.check_output(['xcodebuild', '-version']).splitlines()
settings['xcode_version'] = FormatVersion(lines[0].split()[-1])
settings['xcode_build'] = lines[-1].split()[-1]
def FillMachineOSBuild(settings):
"""Fills OS build number into |settings|."""
settings['machine_os_build'] = subprocess.check_output(
['sw_vers', '-buildVersion']).strip()
def FillSDKPathAndVersion(settings, platform, xcode_version):
"""Fills the SDK path and version for |platform| into |settings|."""
settings['sdk_path'] = subprocess.check_output([
'xcrun', '-sdk', platform, '--show-sdk-path']).strip()
settings['sdk_version'] = subprocess.check_output([
'xcrun', '-sdk', platform, '--show-sdk-version']).strip()
# TODO: unconditionally use --show-sdk-build-version once Xcode 7.2 or
# higher is required to build Chrome for iOS or OS X.
if xcode_version >= '0720':
settings['sdk_build'] = subprocess.check_output([
'xcrun', '-sdk', platform, '--show-sdk-build-version']).strip()
settings['sdk_build'] = settings['sdk_version']
if __name__ == '__main__':
if len(sys.argv) != 2:
'usage: %s [iphoneos|iphonesimulator|macosx]\n' %
settings = {}
FillSDKPathAndVersion(settings, sys.argv[1], settings['xcode_version'])
for key in sorted(settings):
print '%s="%s"' % (key, settings[key])