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#!/usr/bin/env python
# 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.
"""Given a filename as an argument, sort the #include/#imports in that file.
Shows a diff and prompts for confirmation before doing the deed.
Works great with tools/git/
import optparse
import os
import sys
import termios
import tty
def YesNo(prompt):
"""Prompts with a yes/no question, returns True if yes."""
print prompt,
fd = sys.stdin.fileno()
old_settings = termios.tcgetattr(fd)
ch = 'n'
ch =
termios.tcsetattr(fd, termios.TCSADRAIN, old_settings)
print ch
return ch in ('Y', 'y')
def IncludeCompareKey(line):
"""Sorting comparator key used for comparing two #include lines.
Returns the filename without the #include/#import prefix.
line = line.lower()
for prefix in ('#include ', '#import '):
if line.startswith(prefix):
line = line[len(prefix):]
# The win32 api has all sorts of implicit include order dependencies :-/
# Give a few headers special sort keys that make sure they appear before all
# other headers.
if line.startswith('<windows.h>'): # Must be before e.g. shellapi.h
return '0'
if line.startswith('<unknwn.h>'): # Must be before e.g. intshcut.h
return '1'
# C++ system headers should come after C system headers.
if line.startswith('<'):
if line.find('.h>') != -1:
return '2' + line
return '3' + line
return '4' + line
def IsInclude(line):
"""Returns True if the line is an #include/#import line."""
return line.startswith('#include ') or line.startswith('#import ')
def SortHeader(infile, outfile):
"""Sorts the headers in infile, writing the sorted file to outfile."""
for line in infile:
if IsInclude(line):
headerblock = []
while IsInclude(line):
line =
for header in sorted(headerblock, key=IncludeCompareKey):
# Intentionally fall through, to write the line that caused
# the above while loop to exit.
def FixFileWithConfirmFunction(filename, confirm_function):
"""Creates a fixed version of the file, invokes |confirm_function|
to decide whether to use the new file, and cleans up.
|confirm_function| takes two parameters, the original filename and
the fixed-up filename, and returns True to use the fixed-up file,
false to not use it.
fixfilename = filename + '.new'
infile = open(filename, 'r')
outfile = open(fixfilename, 'w')
SortHeader(infile, outfile)
outfile.close() # Important so the below diff gets the updated contents.
if confirm_function(filename, fixfilename):
os.rename(fixfilename, filename)
except OSError:
# If the file isn't there, we don't care.
def DiffAndConfirm(filename, should_confirm):
"""Shows a diff of what the tool would change the file named
filename to. Shows a confirmation prompt if should_confirm is true.
Saves the resulting file if should_confirm is false or the user
answers Y to the confirmation prompt.
def ConfirmFunction(filename, fixfilename):
diff = os.system('diff -u %s %s' % (filename, fixfilename))
if diff >> 8 == 0: # Check exit code.
print '%s: no change' % filename
return False
return (not should_confirm or YesNo('Use new file (y/N)?'))
FixFileWithConfirmFunction(filename, ConfirmFunction)
def main():
parser = optparse.OptionParser(usage='%prog filename1 filename2 ...')
parser.add_option('-f', '--force', action='store_false', default=True,
help='Turn off confirmation prompt.')
opts, filenames = parser.parse_args()
if len(filenames) < 1:
return 1
for filename in filenames:
DiffAndConfirm(filename, opts.should_confirm)
if __name__ == '__main__':