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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.
"""Checks C++ and Objective-C files for illegal includes."""
import codecs
import os
import re
import results
from rules import Rule, MessageRule
class CppChecker(object):
# The maximum number of non-include lines we can see before giving up.
# The maximum line length, this is to be efficient in the case of very long
# lines (which can't be #includes).
# This regular expression will be used to extract filenames from include
# statements.
'[ \t]*#[ \t]*(?:include|import)[ \t]+"(.*)"')
def __init__(self, verbose):
self._verbose = verbose
def CheckLine(self, rules, line, dependee_path, fail_on_temp_allow=False):
"""Checks the given line with the given rule set.
Returns a tuple (is_include, dependency_violation) where
is_include is True only if the line is an #include or #import
statement, and dependency_violation is an instance of
results.DependencyViolation if the line violates a rule, or None
if it does not.
found_item = self._EXTRACT_INCLUDE_PATH.match(line)
if not found_item:
return False, None # Not a match
include_path =
if '\\' in include_path:
return True, results.DependencyViolation(
MessageRule('Include paths may not include backslashes.'),
if '/' not in include_path:
# Don't fail when no directory is specified. We may want to be more
# strict about this in the future.
if self._verbose:
print ' WARNING: directory specified with no path: ' + include_path
return True, None
rule = rules.RuleApplyingTo(include_path, dependee_path)
if (rule.allow == Rule.DISALLOW or
(fail_on_temp_allow and rule.allow == Rule.TEMP_ALLOW)):
return True, results.DependencyViolation(include_path, rule, rules)
return True, None
def CheckFile(self, rules, filepath):
if self._verbose:
print 'Checking: ' + filepath
dependee_status = results.DependeeStatus(filepath)
ret_val = '' # We'll collect the error messages in here
last_include = 0
with, encoding='utf-8') as f:
in_if0 = 0
for line_num, line in enumerate(f):
if line_num - last_include > self._MAX_UNINTERESTING_LINES:
line = line.strip()
# Check to see if we're at / inside a #if 0 block
if line.startswith('#if 0'):
in_if0 += 1
if in_if0 > 0:
if line.startswith('#if'):
in_if0 += 1
elif line.startswith('#endif'):
in_if0 -= 1
is_include, violation = self.CheckLine(rules, line, filepath)
if is_include:
last_include = line_num
if violation:
return dependee_status
def IsCppFile(file_path):
"""Returns True iff the given path ends in one of the extensions
handled by this checker.
return os.path.splitext(file_path)[1] in CppChecker.EXTENSIONS