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#!/usr/bin/env python
# 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.
"""Embeds standalone JavaScript snippets in C++ code.
The script requires the Source/devtools/front_end/emulated_devices/module.json
file from Blink that lists the known mobile devices to be passed in as the only
argument. The list of known devices will be written to a C-style string to be
parsed with JSONReader.
import json
import optparse
import os
import re
import subprocess
import sys
import chrome_paths
import cpp_source
def main():
parser = optparse.OptionParser()
'', '--version-file', type='string',
default=os.path.join(chrome_paths.GetSrc(), 'chrome', 'VERSION'),
help='Path to Chrome version file')
'', '--directory', type='string', default='.',
help='Path to directory where the cc/h files should be created')
options, args = parser.parse_args()
# The device userAgent string may contain '%s', which should be replaced with
# current Chrome version. First we read the version file.
version_parts = ['MAJOR', 'MINOR', 'BUILD', 'PATCH']
version = []
version_file = open(options.version_file, 'r')
for part in version_parts:
# The version file should have 4 lines, with format like MAJOR=63
components = version_file.readline().split('=')
if len(components) != 2 or components[0].strip() != part:
print 'Bad version file'
return 1
# Join parts of version together using '.' as separator
version = '.'.join(version)
devices = {}
file_name = args[0]
inside_list = False
with open(file_name, 'r') as f:
emulated_devices = json.load(f)
extensions = emulated_devices['extensions']
for extension in extensions:
if extension['type'] == 'emulated-device':
device = extension['device']
title = device['title']
titles = [title]
# For 'iPhone 6/7/8', also add ['iPhone 6', 'iPhone 7', 'iPhone 8'] for
# backward compatibility.
if '/' in title:
words = title.split()
for i in range(len(words)):
if '/' in words[i]:
# Only support one word containing '/'
tokens = words[i].split('/')
for token in tokens:
words[i] = token
titles.append(' '.join(words))
for title in titles:
devices[title] = {
'userAgent': device['user-agent'].replace('%s', version),
'width': device['screen']['vertical']['width'],
'height': device['screen']['vertical']['height'],
'deviceScaleFactor': device['screen']['device-pixel-ratio'],
'touch': 'touch' in device['capabilities'],
'mobile': 'mobile' in device['capabilities'],
output_dir = 'chrome/test/chromedriver/chrome'
{'kMobileDevices': json.dumps(devices)})
clang_format = ['clang-format', '-i']
subprocess.Popen(clang_format + ['%s/' % output_dir])
subprocess.Popen(clang_format + ['%s/mobile_device_list.h' % output_dir])
if __name__ == '__main__':