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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.
" Adds a "Compile this file" function, using ninja. On Mac, binds Cmd-k to
" this command. On Windows, Ctrl-F7 (which is the same as the VS default).
" On Linux, <Leader>o, which is \o by default ("o"=creates .o files)
" Adds a "Build this target" function, using ninja. This is not bound
" to any key by default, but can be used via the :CrBuild command.
" It builds 'chrome' by default, but :CrBuild target1 target2 etc works as well.
" Requires that gyp has already generated files, and that ninja is
" in your path (which it is automatically if depot_tools is in your path).
" Add the following to your .vimrc file:
" so /path/to/src/tools/vim/ninja-build.vim
python << endpython
import os
import vim
def path_to_current_buffer():
"""Returns the absolute path of the current buffer."""
def path_to_source_root():
"""Returns the absolute path to the chromium source root."""
candidate = os.path.dirname(path_to_current_buffer())
# This is a list of files that need to identify the src directory. The shorter
# it is, the more likely it's wrong (checking for just "build/common.gypi"
# would find "src/v8" for files below "src/v8", as "src/v8/build/common.gypi"
# exists). The longer it is, the more likely it is to break when we rename
# directories.
fingerprints = ['chrome', 'net', 'v8', 'build', 'skia']
while candidate and not all(
[os.path.isdir(os.path.join(candidate, fp)) for fp in fingerprints]):
candidate = os.path.dirname(candidate)
return candidate
def path_to_build_dir():
"""Returns <chrome_root>/<output_dir>/(Release|Debug|<other>)."""
chrome_root = path_to_source_root()
sys.path.append(os.path.join(chrome_root, 'tools', 'vim'))
from ninja_output import GetNinjaOutputDirectory
return GetNinjaOutputDirectory(chrome_root)
def compute_ninja_command_for_current_buffer():
"""Returns the shell command to compile the file in the current buffer."""
build_dir = path_to_build_dir()
# ninja needs filepaths for the ^ syntax to be relative to the
# build directory.
file_to_build = path_to_current_buffer()
file_to_build = os.path.relpath(file_to_build, build_dir)
build_cmd = ' '.join(['autoninja', '-C', build_dir, file_to_build + '^'])
if sys.platform == 'win32':
# Escape \ for Vim, and ^ for both Vim and shell.
build_cmd = build_cmd.replace('\\', '\\\\').replace('^', '^^^^')
vim.command('return "%s"' % build_cmd)
def compute_ninja_command_for_targets(targets=''):
build_cmd = ' '.join(['autoninja', '-C', path_to_build_dir(),
vim.command('return "%s"' % build_cmd)
fun! s:MakeWithCustomCommand(build_cmd)
let l:oldmakepgr = &makeprg
let &makeprg=a:build_cmd
if exists(':Make') == 2
silent make | cwindow
if !has('gui_running')
let &makeprg = l:oldmakepgr
fun! s:NinjaCommandForCurrentBuffer()
python compute_ninja_command_for_current_buffer()
fun! s:NinjaCommandForTargets(targets)
python compute_ninja_command_for_targets(vim.eval('a:targets'))
fun! CrCompileFile()
call s:MakeWithCustomCommand(s:NinjaCommandForCurrentBuffer())
fun! CrBuild(...)
let l:targets = a:0 > 0 ? join(a:000, ' ') : ''
if (l:targets !~ '\i')
let l:targets = 'chrome'
call s:MakeWithCustomCommand(s:NinjaCommandForTargets(l:targets))
command! CrCompileFile call CrCompileFile()
command! -nargs=* CrBuild call CrBuild(<q-args>)
if has('mac')
map <D-k> :CrCompileFile<cr>
imap <D-k> <esc>:CrCompileFile<cr>
elseif has('win32')
map <C-F7> :CrCompileFile<cr>
imap <C-F7> <esc>:CrCompileFile<cr>
elseif has('unix')
map <Leader>o :CrCompileFile<cr>