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# Copyright 2013 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.
# Source this file into your shell to gain the cr function and tab completion
# for it
# Make sure we're being sourced (possibly by another script). Check for bash
# since zsh sets $0 when sourcing.
if [[ -n "$BASH_VERSION" && "${BASH_SOURCE:-$0}" == "$0" ]]; then
echo "ERROR: must be sourced."
exit 1
READLINK_e=("readlink" "-e")
if [[ -x `which greadlink` ]]; then
READLINK_e=("greadlink" "-e")
if [[ $(uname) == "Darwin" ]]; then
cr_base_dir=$(dirname "${BASH_SOURCE:-$0}")
cr_base_dir=$(dirname $(${READLINK_e[@]} "${BASH_SOURCE:-$0}"))
cr_exec=("PYTHONDONTWRITEBYTECODE=1" "python" "${cr_main}")
# The main entry point to the cr tool.
# Invokes the python script with pyc files turned off.
function cr() {
env ${cr_exec[@]} "$@"
# Attempts to cd to the root/src of the current client.
function crcd() {
cd $(cr info -s CR_SRC)
# Add to your PS1 to have the current selected output directory in your prompt
function _cr_ps1() {
cr info -s CR_OUT_FULL
# The tab completion handler, delegates into the python script.
function _cr_complete() {
local cur="${COMP_WORDS[COMP_CWORD]}"
local main="python -B "${cr_main}")"
local completions="$(env COMP_CWORD=${COMP_CWORD} \
COMP_WORD=${cur} \
COMPREPLY=( $(compgen -W "${completions}" -- ${cur}) )
# Setup the bash auto complete
complete -F _cr_complete cr