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# Copyright (c) 2012 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.
"""Results object and results formatters for checkdeps tool."""
import json
class DependencyViolation(object):
"""A single dependency violation."""
def __init__(self, include_path, violated_rule, rules):
# The include or import path that is in violation of a rule.
self.include_path = include_path
# The violated rule.
self.violated_rule = violated_rule
# The set of rules containing self.violated_rule.
self.rules = rules
class DependeeStatus(object):
"""Results object for a dependee file."""
def __init__(self, dependee_path):
# Path of the file whose nonconforming dependencies are listed in
# self.violations.
self.dependee_path = dependee_path
# List of DependencyViolation objects that apply to the dependee
# file. May be empty.
self.violations = []
def AddViolation(self, violation):
"""Adds a violation."""
def HasViolations(self):
"""Returns True if this dependee is violating one or more rules."""
return not not self.violations
class ResultsFormatter(object):
"""Base class for results formatters."""
def AddError(self, dependee_status):
"""Add a formatted result to |self.results| for |dependee_status|,
which is guaranteed to return True for
raise NotImplementedError()
def GetResults(self):
"""Returns the results. May be overridden e.g. to process the
results that have been accumulated.
raise NotImplementedError()
def PrintResults(self):
"""Prints the results to stdout."""
raise NotImplementedError()
class NormalResultsFormatter(ResultsFormatter):
"""A results formatting object that produces the classical,
detailed, human-readable output of the checkdeps tool.
def __init__(self, verbose):
self.results = []
self.verbose = verbose
def AddError(self, dependee_status):
lines = []
lines.append('\nERROR in %s' % dependee_status.dependee_path)
for violation in dependee_status.violations:
lines.append(self.FormatViolation(violation, self.verbose))
def FormatViolation(violation, verbose=False):
lines = []
if verbose:
lines.append(' For %s' % violation.rules)
' Illegal include: "%s"\n Because of %s' %
(violation.include_path, str(violation.violated_rule)))
return '\n'.join(lines)
def GetResults(self):
return self.results
def PrintResults(self):
for result in self.results:
print result
if self.results:
print '\nFAILED\n'
class JSONResultsFormatter(ResultsFormatter):
"""A results formatter that outputs results to a file as JSON."""
def __init__(self, output_path, wrapped_formatter=None):
self.output_path = output_path
self.wrapped_formatter = wrapped_formatter
self.results = []
def AddError(self, dependee_status):
'dependee_path': dependee_status.dependee_path,
'violations': [{
'include_path': violation.include_path,
'violated_rule': violation.violated_rule.AsDependencyTuple(),
} for violation in dependee_status.violations]
if self.wrapped_formatter:
def GetResults(self):
with open(self.output_path, 'w') as f:
return self.results
def PrintResults(self):
if self.wrapped_formatter:
print self.results
class TemporaryRulesFormatter(ResultsFormatter):
"""A results formatter that produces a single line per nonconforming
include. The combined output is suitable for directly pasting into a
DEPS file as a list of temporary-allow rules.
def __init__(self):
self.violations = set()
def AddError(self, dependee_status):
for violation in dependee_status.violations:
def GetResults(self):
return [' "!%s",' % path for path in sorted(self.violations)]
def PrintResults(self):
for result in self.GetResults():
print result
class CountViolationsFormatter(ResultsFormatter):
"""A results formatter that produces a number, the count of #include
statements that are in violation of the dependency rules.
Note that you normally want to instantiate DepsChecker with
ignore_temp_rules=True when you use this formatter.
def __init__(self):
self.count = 0
def AddError(self, dependee_status):
self.count += len(dependee_status.violations)
def GetResults(self):
return '%d' % self.count
def PrintResults(self):
print self.count