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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.
"""Top-level presubmit script for Chromium.
See http://dev.chromium.org/developers/how-tos/depottools/presubmit-scripts
for more details about the presubmit API built into depot_tools.
"""
_EXCLUDED_PATHS = (
r"^breakpad[\\\/].*",
r"^native_client_sdk[\\\/]src[\\\/]build_tools[\\\/]make_rules.py",
r"^native_client_sdk[\\\/]src[\\\/]build_tools[\\\/]make_simple.py",
r"^native_client_sdk[\\\/]src[\\\/]tools[\\\/].*.mk",
r"^net[\\\/]tools[\\\/]spdyshark[\\\/].*",
r"^skia[\\\/].*",
r"^third_party[\\\/]WebKit[\\\/].*",
r"^v8[\\\/].*",
r".*MakeFile$",
r".+_autogen\.h$",
r".+[\\\/]pnacl_shim\.c$",
r"^gpu[\\\/]config[\\\/].*_list_json\.cc$",
r"^chrome[\\\/]browser[\\\/]resources[\\\/]pdf[\\\/]index.js",
)
# The NetscapePlugIn library is excluded from pan-project as it will soon
# be deleted together with the rest of the NPAPI and it's not worthwhile to
# update the coding style until then.
_TESTRUNNER_PATHS = (
r"^content[\\\/]shell[\\\/]tools[\\\/]plugin[\\\/].*",
)
# Fragment of a regular expression that matches C++ and Objective-C++
# implementation files.
_IMPLEMENTATION_EXTENSIONS = r'\.(cc|cpp|cxx|mm)$'
# Regular expression that matches code only used for test binaries
# (best effort).
_TEST_CODE_EXCLUDED_PATHS = (
r'.*[\\\/](fake_|test_|mock_).+%s' % _IMPLEMENTATION_EXTENSIONS,
r'.+_test_(base|support|util)%s' % _IMPLEMENTATION_EXTENSIONS,
r'.+_(api|browser|kif|perf|pixel|unit|ui)?test(_[a-z]+)?%s' %
_IMPLEMENTATION_EXTENSIONS,
r'.+profile_sync_service_harness%s' % _IMPLEMENTATION_EXTENSIONS,
r'.*[\\\/](test|tool(s)?)[\\\/].*',
# content_shell is used for running layout tests.
r'content[\\\/]shell[\\\/].*',
# At request of folks maintaining this folder.
r'chrome[\\\/]browser[\\\/]automation[\\\/].*',
# Non-production example code.
r'mojo[\\\/]examples[\\\/].*',
# Launcher for running iOS tests on the simulator.
r'testing[\\\/]iossim[\\\/]iossim\.mm$',
)
_TEST_ONLY_WARNING = (
'You might be calling functions intended only for testing from\n'
'production code. It is OK to ignore this warning if you know what\n'
'you are doing, as the heuristics used to detect the situation are\n'
'not perfect. The commit queue will not block on this warning.')
_INCLUDE_ORDER_WARNING = (
'Your #include order seems to be broken. Remember to use the right '
'collation (LC_COLLATE=C) and check\nhttps://google.github.io/styleguide/'
'cppguide.html#Names_and_Order_of_Includes')
_BANNED_OBJC_FUNCTIONS = (
(
'addTrackingRect:',
(
'The use of -[NSView addTrackingRect:owner:userData:assumeInside:] is'
'prohibited. Please use CrTrackingArea instead.',
'http://dev.chromium.org/developers/coding-style/cocoa-dos-and-donts',
),
False,
),
(
r'/NSTrackingArea\W',
(
'The use of NSTrackingAreas is prohibited. Please use CrTrackingArea',
'instead.',
'http://dev.chromium.org/developers/coding-style/cocoa-dos-and-donts',
),
False,
),
(
'convertPointFromBase:',
(
'The use of -[NSView convertPointFromBase:] is almost certainly wrong.',
'Please use |convertPoint:(point) fromView:nil| instead.',
'http://dev.chromium.org/developers/coding-style/cocoa-dos-and-donts',
),
True,
),
(
'convertPointToBase:',
(
'The use of -[NSView convertPointToBase:] is almost certainly wrong.',
'Please use |convertPoint:(point) toView:nil| instead.',
'http://dev.chromium.org/developers/coding-style/cocoa-dos-and-donts',
),
True,
),
(
'convertRectFromBase:',
(
'The use of -[NSView convertRectFromBase:] is almost certainly wrong.',
'Please use |convertRect:(point) fromView:nil| instead.',
'http://dev.chromium.org/developers/coding-style/cocoa-dos-and-donts',
),
True,
),
(
'convertRectToBase:',
(
'The use of -[NSView convertRectToBase:] is almost certainly wrong.',
'Please use |convertRect:(point) toView:nil| instead.',
'http://dev.chromium.org/developers/coding-style/cocoa-dos-and-donts',
),
True,
),
(
'convertSizeFromBase:',
(
'The use of -[NSView convertSizeFromBase:] is almost certainly wrong.',
'Please use |convertSize:(point) fromView:nil| instead.',
'http://dev.chromium.org/developers/coding-style/cocoa-dos-and-donts',
),
True,
),
(
'convertSizeToBase:',
(
'The use of -[NSView convertSizeToBase:] is almost certainly wrong.',
'Please use |convertSize:(point) toView:nil| instead.',
'http://dev.chromium.org/developers/coding-style/cocoa-dos-and-donts',
),
True,
),
)
_BANNED_CPP_FUNCTIONS = (
# Make sure that gtest's FRIEND_TEST() macro is not used; the
# FRIEND_TEST_ALL_PREFIXES() macro from base/gtest_prod_util.h should be
# used instead since that allows for FLAKY_ and DISABLED_ prefixes.
(
'FRIEND_TEST(',
(
'Chromium code should not use gtest\'s FRIEND_TEST() macro. Include',
'base/gtest_prod_util.h and use FRIEND_TEST_ALL_PREFIXES() instead.',
),
False,
(),
),
(
'ScopedAllowIO',
(
'New code should not use ScopedAllowIO. Post a task to the blocking',
'pool or the FILE thread instead.',
),
True,
(
r"^base[\\\/]process[\\\/]process_linux\.cc$",
r"^base[\\\/]process[\\\/]process_metrics_linux\.cc$",
r"^blimp[\\\/]engine[\\\/]app[\\\/]blimp_browser_main_parts\.cc$",
r"^chrome[\\\/]browser[\\\/]chromeos[\\\/]boot_times_recorder\.cc$",
r"^chrome[\\\/]browser[\\\/]lifetime[\\\/]application_lifetime\.cc$",
r"^chrome[\\\/]browser[\\\/]chromeos[\\\/]"
"customization_document_browsertest\.cc$",
r"^components[\\\/]crash[\\\/]app[\\\/]breakpad_mac\.mm$",
r"^content[\\\/]shell[\\\/]browser[\\\/]layout_test[\\\/]" +
r"test_info_extractor\.cc$",
r"^content[\\\/]shell[\\\/]browser[\\\/]shell_browser_main\.cc$",
r"^content[\\\/]shell[\\\/]browser[\\\/]shell_message_filter\.cc$",
r"^mojo[\\\/]edk[\\\/]embedder[\\\/]" +
r"simple_platform_shared_buffer_posix\.cc$",
r"^net[\\\/]disk_cache[\\\/]cache_util\.cc$",
r"^net[\\\/]url_request[\\\/]test_url_fetcher_factory\.cc$",
r"^remoting[\\\/]host[\\\/]security_key[\\\/]"
"security_key_auth_handler_linux\.cc$",
r"^ui[\\\/]base[\\\/]material_design[\\\/]"
"material_design_controller\.cc$",
r"^ui[\\\/]gl[\\\/]init[\\\/]gl_initializer_mac\.cc$",
r"^ui[\\\/]gl[\\\/]init[\\\/]gl_initializer_win\.cc$",
r"^ui[\\\/]gl[\\\/]init[\\\/]gl_initializer_x11\.cc$",
r"^ui[\\\/]ozone[\\\/]platform[\\\/]drm[\\\/]host[\\\/]"
"drm_display_host_manager\.cc$",
),
),
(
'setMatrixClip',
(
'Overriding setMatrixClip() is prohibited; ',
'the base function is deprecated. ',
),
True,
(),
),
(
'SkRefPtr',
(
'The use of SkRefPtr is prohibited. ',
'Please use sk_sp<> instead.'
),
True,
(),
),
(
'SkAutoRef',
(
'The indirect use of SkRefPtr via SkAutoRef is prohibited. ',
'Please use sk_sp<> instead.'
),
True,
(),
),
(
'SkAutoTUnref',
(
'The use of SkAutoTUnref is dangerous because it implicitly ',
'converts to a raw pointer. Please use sk_sp<> instead.'
),
True,
(),
),
(
'SkAutoUnref',
(
'The indirect use of SkAutoTUnref through SkAutoUnref is dangerous ',
'because it implicitly converts to a raw pointer. ',
'Please use sk_sp<> instead.'
),
True,
(),
),
(
r'/HANDLE_EINTR\(.*close',
(
'HANDLE_EINTR(close) is invalid. If close fails with EINTR, the file',
'descriptor will be closed, and it is incorrect to retry the close.',
'Either call close directly and ignore its return value, or wrap close',
'in IGNORE_EINTR to use its return value. See http://crbug.com/269623'
),
True,
(),
),
(
r'/IGNORE_EINTR\((?!.*close)',
(
'IGNORE_EINTR is only valid when wrapping close. To wrap other system',
'calls, use HANDLE_EINTR. See http://crbug.com/269623',
),
True,
(
# Files that #define IGNORE_EINTR.
r'^base[\\\/]posix[\\\/]eintr_wrapper\.h$',
r'^ppapi[\\\/]tests[\\\/]test_broker\.cc$',
),
),
(
r'/v8::Extension\(',
(
'Do not introduce new v8::Extensions into the code base, use',
'gin::Wrappable instead. See http://crbug.com/334679',
),
True,
(
r'extensions[\\\/]renderer[\\\/]safe_builtins\.*',
),
),
(
'#pragma comment(lib,',
(
'Specify libraries to link with in build files and not in the source.',
),
True,
(),
),
)
_IPC_ENUM_TRAITS_DEPRECATED = (
'You are using IPC_ENUM_TRAITS() in your code. It has been deprecated.\n'
'See http://www.chromium.org/Home/chromium-security/education/security-tips-for-ipc')
_VALID_OS_MACROS = (
# Please keep sorted.
'OS_ANDROID',
'OS_BSD',
'OS_CAT', # For testing.
'OS_CHROMEOS',
'OS_FREEBSD',
'OS_IOS',
'OS_LINUX',
'OS_MACOSX',
'OS_NACL',
'OS_NACL_NONSFI',
'OS_NACL_SFI',
'OS_OPENBSD',
'OS_POSIX',
'OS_QNX',
'OS_SOLARIS',
'OS_WIN',
)
_ANDROID_SPECIFIC_PYDEPS_FILES = [
'build/android/test_runner.pydeps',
'net/tools/testserver/testserver.pydeps',
]
_GENERIC_PYDEPS_FILES = [
'build/secondary/tools/swarming_client/isolate.pydeps',
]
_ALL_PYDEPS_FILES = _ANDROID_SPECIFIC_PYDEPS_FILES + _GENERIC_PYDEPS_FILES
def _CheckNoProductionCodeUsingTestOnlyFunctions(input_api, output_api):
"""Attempts to prevent use of functions intended only for testing in
non-testing code. For now this is just a best-effort implementation
that ignores header files and may have some false positives. A
better implementation would probably need a proper C++ parser.
"""
# We only scan .cc files and the like, as the declaration of
# for-testing functions in header files are hard to distinguish from
# calls to such functions without a proper C++ parser.
file_inclusion_pattern = r'.+%s' % _IMPLEMENTATION_EXTENSIONS
base_function_pattern = r'[ :]test::[^\s]+|ForTest(s|ing)?|for_test(s|ing)?'
inclusion_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'(%s)\s*\(' % base_function_pattern)
comment_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'//.*(%s)' % base_function_pattern)
exclusion_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'::[A-Za-z0-9_]+(%s)|(%s)[^;]+\{' % (
base_function_pattern, base_function_pattern))
def FilterFile(affected_file):
black_list = (_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
_TEST_CODE_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST)
return input_api.FilterSourceFile(
affected_file,
white_list=(file_inclusion_pattern, ),
black_list=black_list)
problems = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(FilterFile):
local_path = f.LocalPath()
for line_number, line in f.ChangedContents():
if (inclusion_pattern.search(line) and
not comment_pattern.search(line) and
not exclusion_pattern.search(line)):
problems.append(
'%s:%d\n %s' % (local_path, line_number, line.strip()))
if problems:
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptOrNotify(_TEST_ONLY_WARNING, problems)]
else:
return []
def _CheckNoIOStreamInHeaders(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks to make sure no .h files include <iostream>."""
files = []
pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'^#include\s*<iostream>',
input_api.re.MULTILINE)
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(input_api.FilterSourceFile):
if not f.LocalPath().endswith('.h'):
continue
contents = input_api.ReadFile(f)
if pattern.search(contents):
files.append(f)
if len(files):
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'Do not #include <iostream> in header files, since it inserts static '
'initialization into every file including the header. Instead, '
'#include <ostream>. See http://crbug.com/94794',
files) ]
return []
def _CheckNoUNIT_TESTInSourceFiles(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks to make sure no source files use UNIT_TEST."""
problems = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if (not f.LocalPath().endswith(('.cc', '.mm'))):
continue
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if 'UNIT_TEST ' in line or line.endswith('UNIT_TEST'):
problems.append(' %s:%d' % (f.LocalPath(), line_num))
if not problems:
return []
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning('UNIT_TEST is only for headers.\n' +
'\n'.join(problems))]
def _CheckDCHECK_IS_ONHasBraces(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks to make sure DCHECK_IS_ON() does not skip the braces."""
errors = []
pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'DCHECK_IS_ON(?!\(\))',
input_api.re.MULTILINE)
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(input_api.FilterSourceFile):
if (not f.LocalPath().endswith(('.cc', '.mm', '.h'))):
continue
for lnum, line in f.ChangedContents():
if input_api.re.search(pattern, line):
errors.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
('%s:%d: Use of DCHECK_IS_ON() must be written as "#if ' +
'DCHECK_IS_ON()", not forgetting the braces.')
% (f.LocalPath(), lnum)))
return errors
def _FindHistogramNameInLine(histogram_name, line):
"""Tries to find a histogram name or prefix in a line."""
if not "affected-histogram" in line:
return histogram_name in line
# A histogram_suffixes tag type has an affected-histogram name as a prefix of
# the histogram_name.
if not '"' in line:
return False
histogram_prefix = line.split('\"')[1]
return histogram_prefix in histogram_name
def _CheckUmaHistogramChanges(input_api, output_api):
"""Check that UMA histogram names in touched lines can still be found in other
lines of the patch or in histograms.xml. Note that this check would not catch
the reverse: changes in histograms.xml not matched in the code itself."""
touched_histograms = []
histograms_xml_modifications = []
pattern = input_api.re.compile('UMA_HISTOGRAM.*\("(.*)"')
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
# If histograms.xml itself is modified, keep the modified lines for later.
if f.LocalPath().endswith(('histograms.xml')):
histograms_xml_modifications = f.ChangedContents()
continue
if not f.LocalPath().endswith(('cc', 'mm', 'cpp')):
continue
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
found = pattern.search(line)
if found:
touched_histograms.append([found.group(1), f, line_num])
# Search for the touched histogram names in the local modifications to
# histograms.xml, and, if not found, on the base histograms.xml file.
unmatched_histograms = []
for histogram_info in touched_histograms:
histogram_name_found = False
for line_num, line in histograms_xml_modifications:
histogram_name_found = _FindHistogramNameInLine(histogram_info[0], line)
if histogram_name_found:
break
if not histogram_name_found:
unmatched_histograms.append(histogram_info)
histograms_xml_path = 'tools/metrics/histograms/histograms.xml'
problems = []
if unmatched_histograms:
with open(histograms_xml_path) as histograms_xml:
for histogram_name, f, line_num in unmatched_histograms:
histograms_xml.seek(0)
histogram_name_found = False
for line in histograms_xml:
histogram_name_found = _FindHistogramNameInLine(histogram_name, line)
if histogram_name_found:
break
if not histogram_name_found:
problems.append(' [%s:%d] %s' %
(f.LocalPath(), line_num, histogram_name))
if not problems:
return []
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning('Some UMA_HISTOGRAM lines have '
'been modified and the associated histogram name has no match in either '
'%s or the modifications of it:' % (histograms_xml_path), problems)]
def _CheckFlakyTestUsage(input_api, output_api):
"""Check that FlakyTest annotation is our own instead of the android one"""
pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'import android.test.FlakyTest;')
files = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(input_api.FilterSourceFile):
if f.LocalPath().endswith('Test.java'):
if pattern.search(input_api.ReadFile(f)):
files.append(f)
if len(files):
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'Use org.chromium.base.test.util.FlakyTest instead of '
'android.test.FlakyTest',
files)]
return []
def _CheckNoNewWStrings(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks to make sure we don't introduce use of wstrings."""
problems = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if (not f.LocalPath().endswith(('.cc', '.h')) or
f.LocalPath().endswith(('test.cc', '_win.cc', '_win.h')) or
'/win/' in f.LocalPath() or
'chrome_elf' in f.LocalPath() or
'install_static' in f.LocalPath()):
continue
allowWString = False
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if 'presubmit: allow wstring' in line:
allowWString = True
elif not allowWString and 'wstring' in line:
problems.append(' %s:%d' % (f.LocalPath(), line_num))
allowWString = False
else:
allowWString = False
if not problems:
return []
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning('New code should not use wstrings.'
' If you are calling a cross-platform API that accepts a wstring, '
'fix the API.\n' +
'\n'.join(problems))]
def _CheckNoDEPSGIT(input_api, output_api):
"""Make sure .DEPS.git is never modified manually."""
if any(f.LocalPath().endswith('.DEPS.git') for f in
input_api.AffectedFiles()):
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'Never commit changes to .DEPS.git. This file is maintained by an\n'
'automated system based on what\'s in DEPS and your changes will be\n'
'overwritten.\n'
'See https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/developers/how-tos/get-the-code#Rolling_DEPS\n'
'for more information')]
return []
def _CheckValidHostsInDEPS(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks that DEPS file deps are from allowed_hosts."""
# Run only if DEPS file has been modified to annoy fewer bystanders.
if all(f.LocalPath() != 'DEPS' for f in input_api.AffectedFiles()):
return []
# Outsource work to gclient verify
try:
input_api.subprocess.check_output(['gclient', 'verify'])
return []
except input_api.subprocess.CalledProcessError, error:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'DEPS file must have only git dependencies.',
long_text=error.output)]
def _CheckNoBannedFunctions(input_api, output_api):
"""Make sure that banned functions are not used."""
warnings = []
errors = []
def IsBlacklisted(affected_file, blacklist):
local_path = affected_file.LocalPath()
for item in blacklist:
if input_api.re.match(item, local_path):
return True
return False
def CheckForMatch(affected_file, line_num, line, func_name, message, error):
matched = False
if func_name[0:1] == '/':
regex = func_name[1:]
if input_api.re.search(regex, line):
matched = True
elif func_name in line:
matched = True
if matched:
problems = warnings
if error:
problems = errors
problems.append(' %s:%d:' % (affected_file.LocalPath(), line_num))
for message_line in message:
problems.append(' %s' % message_line)
file_filter = lambda f: f.LocalPath().endswith(('.mm', '.m', '.h'))
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles(file_filter=file_filter):
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
for func_name, message, error in _BANNED_OBJC_FUNCTIONS:
CheckForMatch(f, line_num, line, func_name, message, error)
file_filter = lambda f: f.LocalPath().endswith(('.cc', '.mm', '.h'))
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles(file_filter=file_filter):
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
for func_name, message, error, excluded_paths in _BANNED_CPP_FUNCTIONS:
if IsBlacklisted(f, excluded_paths):
continue
CheckForMatch(f, line_num, line, func_name, message, error)
result = []
if (warnings):
result.append(output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
'Banned functions were used.\n' + '\n'.join(warnings)))
if (errors):
result.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'Banned functions were used.\n' + '\n'.join(errors)))
return result
def _CheckNoPragmaOnce(input_api, output_api):
"""Make sure that banned functions are not used."""
files = []
pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'^#pragma\s+once',
input_api.re.MULTILINE)
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(input_api.FilterSourceFile):
if not f.LocalPath().endswith('.h'):
continue
contents = input_api.ReadFile(f)
if pattern.search(contents):
files.append(f)
if files:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'Do not use #pragma once in header files.\n'
'See http://www.chromium.org/developers/coding-style#TOC-File-headers',
files)]
return []
def _CheckNoTrinaryTrueFalse(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks to make sure we don't introduce use of foo ? true : false."""
problems = []
pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'\?\s*(true|false)\s*:\s*(true|false)')
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if not f.LocalPath().endswith(('.cc', '.h', '.inl', '.m', '.mm')):
continue
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if pattern.match(line):
problems.append(' %s:%d' % (f.LocalPath(), line_num))
if not problems:
return []
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
'Please consider avoiding the "? true : false" pattern if possible.\n' +
'\n'.join(problems))]
def _CheckUnwantedDependencies(input_api, output_api):
"""Runs checkdeps on #include statements added in this
change. Breaking - rules is an error, breaking ! rules is a
warning.
"""
import sys
# We need to wait until we have an input_api object and use this
# roundabout construct to import checkdeps because this file is
# eval-ed and thus doesn't have __file__.
original_sys_path = sys.path
try:
sys.path = sys.path + [input_api.os_path.join(
input_api.PresubmitLocalPath(), 'buildtools', 'checkdeps')]
import checkdeps
from cpp_checker import CppChecker
from rules import Rule
finally:
# Restore sys.path to what it was before.
sys.path = original_sys_path
added_includes = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if not CppChecker.IsCppFile(f.LocalPath()):
continue
changed_lines = [line for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents()]
added_includes.append([f.LocalPath(), changed_lines])
deps_checker = checkdeps.DepsChecker(input_api.PresubmitLocalPath())
error_descriptions = []
warning_descriptions = []
for path, rule_type, rule_description in deps_checker.CheckAddedCppIncludes(
added_includes):
description_with_path = '%s\n %s' % (path, rule_description)
if rule_type == Rule.DISALLOW:
error_descriptions.append(description_with_path)
else:
warning_descriptions.append(description_with_path)
results = []
if error_descriptions:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'You added one or more #includes that violate checkdeps rules.',
error_descriptions))
if warning_descriptions:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitPromptOrNotify(
'You added one or more #includes of files that are temporarily\n'
'allowed but being removed. Can you avoid introducing the\n'
'#include? See relevant DEPS file(s) for details and contacts.',
warning_descriptions))
return results
def _CheckFilePermissions(input_api, output_api):
"""Check that all files have their permissions properly set."""
if input_api.platform == 'win32':
return []
checkperms_tool = input_api.os_path.join(
input_api.PresubmitLocalPath(),
'tools', 'checkperms', 'checkperms.py')
args = [input_api.python_executable, checkperms_tool,
'--root', input_api.change.RepositoryRoot()]
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
args += ['--file', f.LocalPath()]
try:
input_api.subprocess.check_output(args)
return []
except input_api.subprocess.CalledProcessError as error:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'checkperms.py failed:',
long_text=error.output)]
def _CheckNoAuraWindowPropertyHInHeaders(input_api, output_api):
"""Makes sure we don't include ui/aura/window_property.h
in header files.
"""
pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'^#include\s*"ui/aura/window_property.h"')
errors = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if not f.LocalPath().endswith('.h'):
continue
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if pattern.match(line):
errors.append(' %s:%d' % (f.LocalPath(), line_num))
results = []
if errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'Header files should not include ui/aura/window_property.h', errors))
return results
def _CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, input_api, file_path, changed_linenums):
"""Checks that the lines in scope occur in the right order.
1. C system files in alphabetical order
2. C++ system files in alphabetical order
3. Project's .h files
"""
c_system_include_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'\s*#include <.*\.h>')
cpp_system_include_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'\s*#include <.*>')
custom_include_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'\s*#include ".*')
C_SYSTEM_INCLUDES, CPP_SYSTEM_INCLUDES, CUSTOM_INCLUDES = range(3)
state = C_SYSTEM_INCLUDES
previous_line = ''
previous_line_num = 0
problem_linenums = []
out_of_order = " - line belongs before previous line"
for line_num, line in scope:
if c_system_include_pattern.match(line):
if state != C_SYSTEM_INCLUDES:
problem_linenums.append((line_num, previous_line_num,
" - C system include file in wrong block"))
elif previous_line and previous_line > line:
problem_linenums.append((line_num, previous_line_num,
out_of_order))
elif cpp_system_include_pattern.match(line):
if state == C_SYSTEM_INCLUDES:
state = CPP_SYSTEM_INCLUDES
elif state == CUSTOM_INCLUDES:
problem_linenums.append((line_num, previous_line_num,
" - c++ system include file in wrong block"))
elif previous_line and previous_line > line:
problem_linenums.append((line_num, previous_line_num, out_of_order))
elif custom_include_pattern.match(line):
if state != CUSTOM_INCLUDES:
state = CUSTOM_INCLUDES
elif previous_line and previous_line > line:
problem_linenums.append((line_num, previous_line_num, out_of_order))
else:
problem_linenums.append((line_num, previous_line_num,
"Unknown include type"))
previous_line = line
previous_line_num = line_num
warnings = []
for (line_num, previous_line_num, failure_type) in problem_linenums:
if line_num in changed_linenums or previous_line_num in changed_linenums:
warnings.append(' %s:%d:%s' % (file_path, line_num, failure_type))
return warnings
def _CheckIncludeOrderInFile(input_api, f, changed_linenums):
"""Checks the #include order for the given file f."""
system_include_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'\s*#include \<.*')
# Exclude the following includes from the check:
# 1) #include <.../...>, e.g., <sys/...> includes often need to appear in a
# specific order.
# 2) <atlbase.h>, "build/build_config.h"
excluded_include_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'\s*#include (\<.*/.*|\<atlbase\.h\>|"build/build_config.h")')
custom_include_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'\s*#include "(?P<FILE>.*)"')
# Match the final or penultimate token if it is xxxtest so we can ignore it
# when considering the special first include.
test_file_tag_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'_[a-z]+test(?=(_[a-zA-Z0-9]+)?\.)')
if_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'\s*#\s*(if|elif|else|endif|define|undef).*')
# Some files need specialized order of includes; exclude such files from this
# check.
uncheckable_includes_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'\s*#include '
'("ipc/.*macros\.h"|<windows\.h>|".*gl.*autogen.h")\s*')
contents = f.NewContents()
warnings = []
line_num = 0
# Handle the special first include. If the first include file is
# some/path/file.h, the corresponding including file can be some/path/file.cc,
# some/other/path/file.cc, some/path/file_platform.cc, some/path/file-suffix.h
# etc. It's also possible that no special first include exists.
# If the included file is some/path/file_platform.h the including file could
# also be some/path/file_xxxtest_platform.h.
including_file_base_name = test_file_tag_pattern.sub(
'', input_api.os_path.basename(f.LocalPath()))
for line in contents:
line_num += 1
if system_include_pattern.match(line):
# No special first include -> process the line again along with normal
# includes.
line_num -= 1
break
match = custom_include_pattern.match(line)
if match:
match_dict = match.groupdict()
header_basename = test_file_tag_pattern.sub(
'', input_api.os_path.basename(match_dict['FILE'])).replace('.h', '')
if header_basename not in including_file_base_name:
# No special first include -> process the line again along with normal
# includes.
line_num -= 1
break
# Split into scopes: Each region between #if and #endif is its own scope.
scopes = []
current_scope = []
for line in contents[line_num:]:
line_num += 1
if uncheckable_includes_pattern.match(line):
continue
if if_pattern.match(line):
scopes.append(current_scope)
current_scope = []
elif ((system_include_pattern.match(line) or
custom_include_pattern.match(line)) and
not excluded_include_pattern.match(line)):
current_scope.append((line_num, line))
scopes.append(current_scope)
for scope in scopes:
warnings.extend(_CheckIncludeOrderForScope(scope, input_api, f.LocalPath(),
changed_linenums))
return warnings
def _CheckIncludeOrder(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks that the #include order is correct.
1. The corresponding header for source files.
2. C system files in alphabetical order
3. C++ system files in alphabetical order
4. Project's .h files in alphabetical order
Each region separated by #if, #elif, #else, #endif, #define and #undef follows
these rules separately.
"""
def FileFilterIncludeOrder(affected_file):
black_list = (_EXCLUDED_PATHS + input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST)
return input_api.FilterSourceFile(affected_file, black_list=black_list)
warnings = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles(file_filter=FileFilterIncludeOrder):
if f.LocalPath().endswith(('.cc', '.h', '.mm')):
changed_linenums = set(line_num for line_num, _ in f.ChangedContents())
warnings.extend(_CheckIncludeOrderInFile(input_api, f, changed_linenums))
results = []
if warnings:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitPromptOrNotify(_INCLUDE_ORDER_WARNING,
warnings))
return results
def _CheckForVersionControlConflictsInFile(input_api, f):
pattern = input_api.re.compile('^(?:<<<<<<<|>>>>>>>) |^=======$')
errors = []
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if f.LocalPath().endswith('.md'):
# First-level headers in markdown look a lot like version control
# conflict markers. http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/basics
continue
if pattern.match(line):
errors.append(' %s:%d %s' % (f.LocalPath(), line_num, line))
return errors
def _CheckForVersionControlConflicts(input_api, output_api):
"""Usually this is not intentional and will cause a compile failure."""
errors = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
errors.extend(_CheckForVersionControlConflictsInFile(input_api, f))
results = []
if errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'Version control conflict markers found, please resolve.', errors))
return results
def _CheckHardcodedGoogleHostsInLowerLayers(input_api, output_api):
def FilterFile(affected_file):
"""Filter function for use with input_api.AffectedSourceFiles,
below. This filters out everything except non-test files from
top-level directories that generally speaking should not hard-code
service URLs (e.g. src/android_webview/, src/content/ and others).
"""
return input_api.FilterSourceFile(
affected_file,
white_list=(r'^(android_webview|base|content|net)[\\\/].*', ),
black_list=(_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
_TEST_CODE_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST))
base_pattern = ('"[^"]*(google|googleapis|googlezip|googledrive|appspot)'
'\.(com|net)[^"]*"')
comment_pattern = input_api.re.compile('//.*%s' % base_pattern)
pattern = input_api.re.compile(base_pattern)
problems = [] # items are (filename, line_number, line)
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(FilterFile):
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if not comment_pattern.search(line) and pattern.search(line):
problems.append((f.LocalPath(), line_num, line))
if problems:
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptOrNotify(
'Most layers below src/chrome/ should not hardcode service URLs.\n'
'Are you sure this is correct?',
[' %s:%d: %s' % (
problem[0], problem[1], problem[2]) for problem in problems])]
else:
return []
def _CheckNoAbbreviationInPngFileName(input_api, output_api):
"""Makes sure there are no abbreviations in the name of PNG files.
The native_client_sdk directory is excluded because it has auto-generated PNG
files for documentation.
"""
errors = []
white_list = (r'.*_[a-z]_.*\.png$|.*_[a-z]\.png$',)
black_list = (r'^native_client_sdk[\\\/]',)
file_filter = lambda f: input_api.FilterSourceFile(
f, white_list=white_list, black_list=black_list)
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles(include_deletes=False,
file_filter=file_filter):
errors.append(' %s' % f.LocalPath())
results = []
if errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'The name of PNG files should not have abbreviations. \n'
'Use _hover.png, _center.png, instead of _h.png, _c.png.\n'
'Contact oshima@chromium.org if you have questions.', errors))
return results
def _FilesToCheckForIncomingDeps(re, changed_lines):
"""Helper method for _CheckAddedDepsHaveTargetApprovals. Returns
a set of DEPS entries that we should look up.
For a directory (rather than a specific filename) we fake a path to
a specific filename by adding /DEPS. This is chosen as a file that
will seldom or never be subject to per-file include_rules.
"""
# We ignore deps entries on auto-generated directories.
AUTO_GENERATED_DIRS = ['grit', 'jni']
# This pattern grabs the path without basename in the first
# parentheses, and the basename (if present) in the second. It
# relies on the simple heuristic that if there is a basename it will
# be a header file ending in ".h".
pattern = re.compile(
r"""['"]\+([^'"]+?)(/[a-zA-Z0-9_]+\.h)?['"].*""")
results = set()
for changed_line in changed_lines:
m = pattern.match(changed_line)
if m:
path = m.group(1)
if path.split('/')[0] not in AUTO_GENERATED_DIRS:
if m.group(2):
results.add('%s%s' % (path, m.group(2)))
else:
results.add('%s/DEPS' % path)
return results
def _CheckAddedDepsHaveTargetApprovals(input_api, output_api):
"""When a dependency prefixed with + is added to a DEPS file, we
want to make sure that the change is reviewed by an OWNER of the
target file or directory, to avoid layering violations from being
introduced. This check verifies that this happens.
"""
changed_lines = set()
file_filter = lambda f: not input_api.re.match(
r"^third_party[\\\/]WebKit[\\\/].*", f.LocalPath())
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles(include_deletes=False,
file_filter=file_filter):
filename = input_api.os_path.basename(f.LocalPath())
if filename == 'DEPS':
changed_lines |= set(line.strip()
for line_num, line
in f.ChangedContents())
if not changed_lines:
return []
virtual_depended_on_files = _FilesToCheckForIncomingDeps(input_api.re,
changed_lines)
if not virtual_depended_on_files:
return []
if input_api.is_committing:
if input_api.tbr:
return [output_api.PresubmitNotifyResult(
'--tbr was specified, skipping OWNERS check for DEPS additions')]
if input_api.dry_run:
return [output_api.PresubmitNotifyResult(
'This is a dry run, skipping OWNERS check for DEPS additions')]
if not input_api.change.issue:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
"DEPS approval by OWNERS check failed: this change has "
"no Rietveld issue number, so we can't check it for approvals.")]
output = output_api.PresubmitError
else:
output = output_api.PresubmitNotifyResult
owners_db = input_api.owners_db
owner_email, reviewers = (
input_api.canned_checks.GetCodereviewOwnerAndReviewers(
input_api,
owners_db.email_regexp,
approval_needed=input_api.is_committing))
owner_email = owner_email or input_api.change.author_email
reviewers_plus_owner = set(reviewers)
if owner_email:
reviewers_plus_owner.add(owner_email)
missing_files = owners_db.files_not_covered_by(virtual_depended_on_files,
reviewers_plus_owner)
# We strip the /DEPS part that was added by
# _FilesToCheckForIncomingDeps to fake a path to a file in a
# directory.
def StripDeps(path):
start_deps = path.rfind('/DEPS')
if start_deps != -1:
return path[:start_deps]
else:
return path
unapproved_dependencies = ["'+%s'," % StripDeps(path)
for path in missing_files]
if unapproved_dependencies:
output_list = [
output('You need LGTM from owners of depends-on paths in DEPS that were '
'modified in this CL:\n %s' %
'\n '.join(sorted(unapproved_dependencies)))]
suggested_owners = owners_db.reviewers_for(missing_files, owner_email)
output_list.append(output(
'Suggested missing target path OWNERS:\n %s' %
'\n '.join(suggested_owners or [])))
return output_list
return []
def _CheckSpamLogging(input_api, output_api):
file_inclusion_pattern = r'.+%s' % _IMPLEMENTATION_EXTENSIONS
black_list = (_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
_TEST_CODE_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST +
(r"^base[\\\/]logging\.h$",
r"^base[\\\/]logging\.cc$",
r"^chrome[\\\/]app[\\\/]chrome_main_delegate\.cc$",
r"^chrome[\\\/]browser[\\\/]chrome_browser_main\.cc$",
r"^chrome[\\\/]browser[\\\/]ui[\\\/]startup[\\\/]"
r"startup_browser_creator\.cc$",
r"^chrome[\\\/]installer[\\\/]setup[\\\/].*",
r"chrome[\\\/]browser[\\\/]diagnostics[\\\/]" +
r"diagnostics_writer\.cc$",
r"^chrome_elf[\\\/]dll_hash[\\\/]dll_hash_main\.cc$",
r"^chromecast[\\\/]",
r"^cloud_print[\\\/]",
r"^components[\\\/]html_viewer[\\\/]"
r"web_test_delegate_impl\.cc$",
# TODO(peter): Remove this exception. https://crbug.com/534537
r"^content[\\\/]browser[\\\/]notifications[\\\/]"
r"notification_event_dispatcher_impl\.cc$",
r"^content[\\\/]common[\\\/]gpu[\\\/]client[\\\/]"
r"gl_helper_benchmark\.cc$",
r"^courgette[\\\/]courgette_minimal_tool\.cc$",
r"^courgette[\\\/]courgette_tool\.cc$",
r"^extensions[\\\/]renderer[\\\/]logging_native_handler\.cc$",
r"^ipc[\\\/]ipc_logging\.cc$",
r"^native_client_sdk[\\\/]",
r"^remoting[\\\/]base[\\\/]logging\.h$",
r"^remoting[\\\/]host[\\\/].*",
r"^sandbox[\\\/]linux[\\\/].*",
r"^tools[\\\/]",
r"^ui[\\\/]aura[\\\/]bench[\\\/]bench_main\.cc$",
r"^ui[\\\/]ozone[\\\/]platform[\\\/]cast[\\\/]",
r"^storage[\\\/]browser[\\\/]fileapi[\\\/]" +
r"dump_file_system.cc$",))
source_file_filter = lambda x: input_api.FilterSourceFile(
x, white_list=(file_inclusion_pattern,), black_list=black_list)
log_info = []
printf = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(source_file_filter):
contents = input_api.ReadFile(f, 'rb')
if input_api.re.search(r"\bD?LOG\s*\(\s*INFO\s*\)", contents):
log_info.append(f.LocalPath())
elif input_api.re.search(r"\bD?LOG_IF\s*\(\s*INFO\s*,", contents):
log_info.append(f.LocalPath())
if input_api.re.search(r"\bprintf\(", contents):
printf.append(f.LocalPath())
elif input_api.re.search(r"\bfprintf\((stdout|stderr)", contents):
printf.append(f.LocalPath())
if log_info:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'These files spam the console log with LOG(INFO):',
items=log_info)]
if printf:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'These files spam the console log with printf/fprintf:',
items=printf)]
return []
def _CheckForAnonymousVariables(input_api, output_api):
"""These types are all expected to hold locks while in scope and
so should never be anonymous (which causes them to be immediately
destroyed)."""
they_who_must_be_named = [
'base::AutoLock',
'base::AutoReset',
'base::AutoUnlock',
'SkAutoAlphaRestore',
'SkAutoBitmapShaderInstall',
'SkAutoBlitterChoose',
'SkAutoBounderCommit',
'SkAutoCallProc',
'SkAutoCanvasRestore',
'SkAutoCommentBlock',
'SkAutoDescriptor',
'SkAutoDisableDirectionCheck',
'SkAutoDisableOvalCheck',
'SkAutoFree',
'SkAutoGlyphCache',
'SkAutoHDC',
'SkAutoLockColors',
'SkAutoLockPixels',
'SkAutoMalloc',
'SkAutoMaskFreeImage',
'SkAutoMutexAcquire',
'SkAutoPathBoundsUpdate',
'SkAutoPDFRelease',
'SkAutoRasterClipValidate',
'SkAutoRef',
'SkAutoTime',
'SkAutoTrace',
'SkAutoUnref',
]
anonymous = r'(%s)\s*[({]' % '|'.join(they_who_must_be_named)
# bad: base::AutoLock(lock.get());
# not bad: base::AutoLock lock(lock.get());
bad_pattern = input_api.re.compile(anonymous)
# good: new base::AutoLock(lock.get())
good_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'\bnew\s*' + anonymous)
errors = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if not f.LocalPath().endswith(('.cc', '.h', '.inl', '.m', '.mm')):
continue
for linenum, line in f.ChangedContents():
if bad_pattern.search(line) and not good_pattern.search(line):
errors.append('%s:%d' % (f.LocalPath(), linenum))
if errors:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'These lines create anonymous variables that need to be named:',
items=errors)]
return []
def _CheckCygwinShell(input_api, output_api):
source_file_filter = lambda x: input_api.FilterSourceFile(
x, white_list=(r'.+\.(gyp|gypi)$',))
cygwin_shell = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(source_file_filter):
for linenum, line in f.ChangedContents():
if 'msvs_cygwin_shell' in line:
cygwin_shell.append(f.LocalPath())
break
if cygwin_shell:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'These files should not use msvs_cygwin_shell (the default is 0):',
items=cygwin_shell)]
return []
def _CheckUserActionUpdate(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks if any new user action has been added."""
if any('actions.xml' == input_api.os_path.basename(f) for f in
input_api.LocalPaths()):
# If actions.xml is already included in the changelist, the PRESUBMIT
# for actions.xml will do a more complete presubmit check.
return []
file_filter = lambda f: f.LocalPath().endswith(('.cc', '.mm'))
action_re = r'[^a-zA-Z]UserMetricsAction\("([^"]*)'
current_actions = None
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles(file_filter=file_filter):
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
match = input_api.re.search(action_re, line)
if match:
# Loads contents in tools/metrics/actions/actions.xml to memory. It's
# loaded only once.
if not current_actions:
with open('tools/metrics/actions/actions.xml') as actions_f:
current_actions = actions_f.read()
# Search for the matched user action name in |current_actions|.
for action_name in match.groups():
action = 'name="{0}"'.format(action_name)
if action not in current_actions:
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
'File %s line %d: %s is missing in '
'tools/metrics/actions/actions.xml. Please run '
'tools/metrics/actions/extract_actions.py to update.'
% (f.LocalPath(), line_num, action_name))]
return []
def _GetJSONParseError(input_api, filename, eat_comments=True):
try:
contents = input_api.ReadFile(filename)
if eat_comments:
import sys
original_sys_path = sys.path
try:
sys.path = sys.path + [input_api.os_path.join(
input_api.PresubmitLocalPath(),
'tools', 'json_comment_eater')]
import json_comment_eater
finally:
sys.path = original_sys_path
contents = json_comment_eater.Nom(contents)
input_api.json.loads(contents)
except ValueError as e:
return e
return None
def _GetIDLParseError(input_api, filename):
try:
contents = input_api.ReadFile(filename)
idl_schema = input_api.os_path.join(
input_api.PresubmitLocalPath(),
'tools', 'json_schema_compiler', 'idl_schema.py')
process = input_api.subprocess.Popen(
[input_api.python_executable, idl_schema],
stdin=input_api.subprocess.PIPE,
stdout=input_api.subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=input_api.subprocess.PIPE,
universal_newlines=True)
(_, error) = process.communicate(input=contents)
return error or None
except ValueError as e:
return e
def _CheckParseErrors(input_api, output_api):
"""Check that IDL and JSON files do not contain syntax errors."""
actions = {
'.idl': _GetIDLParseError,
'.json': _GetJSONParseError,
}
# These paths contain test data and other known invalid JSON files.
excluded_patterns = [
r'test[\\\/]data[\\\/]',
r'^components[\\\/]policy[\\\/]resources[\\\/]policy_templates\.json$',
]
# Most JSON files are preprocessed and support comments, but these do not.
json_no_comments_patterns = [
r'^testing[\\\/]',
]
# Only run IDL checker on files in these directories.
idl_included_patterns = [
r'^chrome[\\\/]common[\\\/]extensions[\\\/]api[\\\/]',
r'^extensions[\\\/]common[\\\/]api[\\\/]',
]
def get_action(affected_file):
filename = affected_file.LocalPath()
return actions.get(input_api.os_path.splitext(filename)[1])
def MatchesFile(patterns, path):
for pattern in patterns:
if input_api.re.search(pattern, path):
return True
return False
def FilterFile(affected_file):
action = get_action(affected_file)
if not action:
return False
path = affected_file.LocalPath()
if MatchesFile(excluded_patterns, path):
return False
if (action == _GetIDLParseError and
not MatchesFile(idl_included_patterns, path)):
return False
return True
results = []
for affected_file in input_api.AffectedFiles(
file_filter=FilterFile, include_deletes=False):
action = get_action(affected_file)
kwargs = {}
if (action == _GetJSONParseError and
MatchesFile(json_no_comments_patterns, affected_file.LocalPath())):
kwargs['eat_comments'] = False
parse_error = action(input_api,
affected_file.AbsoluteLocalPath(),
**kwargs)
if parse_error:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError('%s could not be parsed: %s' %
(affected_file.LocalPath(), parse_error)))
return results
def _CheckJavaStyle(input_api, output_api):
"""Runs checkstyle on changed java files and returns errors if any exist."""
import sys
original_sys_path = sys.path
try:
sys.path = sys.path + [input_api.os_path.join(
input_api.PresubmitLocalPath(), 'tools', 'android', 'checkstyle')]
import checkstyle
finally:
# Restore sys.path to what it was before.
sys.path = original_sys_path
return checkstyle.RunCheckstyle(
input_api, output_api, 'tools/android/checkstyle/chromium-style-5.0.xml',
black_list=_EXCLUDED_PATHS + input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST)
def _CheckIpcOwners(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks that affected files involving IPC have an IPC OWNERS rule.
Whether or not a file affects IPC is determined by a simple whitelist of
filename patterns."""
file_patterns = [
'*_messages.cc',
'*_messages*.h',
'*_param_traits*.*',
'*.mojom',
'*_struct_traits*.*',
'*_type_converter*.*',
# Blink uses a different file naming convention
'*StructTraits*.*',
'*TypeConverter*.*',
]
# Dictionary mapping an OWNERS file path to Patterns.
# Patterns is a dictionary mapping glob patterns (suitable for use in per-file
# rules ) to a PatternEntry.
# PatternEntry is a dictionary with two keys:
# - 'files': the files that are matched by this pattern
# - 'rules': the per-file rules needed for this pattern
# For example, if we expect OWNERS file to contain rules for *.mojom and
# *_struct_traits*.*, Patterns might look like this:
# {
# '*.mojom': {
# 'files': ...,
# 'rules': [
# 'per-file *.mojom=set noparent',
# 'per-file *.mojom=file://ipc/SECURITY_OWNERS',
# ],
# },
# '*_struct_traits*.*': {
# 'files': ...,
# 'rules': [
# 'per-file *_struct_traits*.*=set noparent',
# 'per-file *_struct_traits*.*=file://ipc/SECURITY_OWNERS',
# ],
# },
# }
to_check = {}
# Iterate through the affected files to see what we actually need to check
# for. We should only nag patch authors about per-file rules if a file in that
# directory would match that pattern. If a directory only contains *.mojom
# files and no *_messages*.h files, we should only nag about rules for
# *.mojom files.
for f in input_api.change.AffectedFiles(include_deletes=False):
for pattern in file_patterns:
if input_api.fnmatch.fnmatch(
input_api.os_path.basename(f.LocalPath()), pattern):
owners_file = input_api.os_path.join(
input_api.os_path.dirname(f.LocalPath()), 'OWNERS')
if owners_file not in to_check:
to_check[owners_file] = {}
if pattern not in to_check[owners_file]:
to_check[owners_file][pattern] = {
'files': [],
'rules': [
'per-file %s=set noparent' % pattern,
'per-file %s=file://ipc/SECURITY_OWNERS' % pattern,
]
}
to_check[owners_file][pattern]['files'].append(f)
break
# Now go through the OWNERS files we collected, filtering out rules that are
# already present in that OWNERS file.
for owners_file, patterns in to_check.iteritems():
try:
with file(owners_file) as f:
lines = set(f.read().splitlines())
for entry in patterns.itervalues():
entry['rules'] = [rule for rule in entry['rules'] if rule not in lines
]
except IOError:
# No OWNERS file, so all the rules are definitely missing.
continue
# All the remaining lines weren't found in OWNERS files, so emit an error.
errors = []
for owners_file, patterns in to_check.iteritems():
missing_lines = []
files = []
for pattern, entry in patterns.iteritems():
missing_lines.extend(entry['rules'])
files.extend([' %s' % f.LocalPath() for f in entry['files']])
if missing_lines:
errors.append(
'%s is missing the following lines:\n\n%s\n\nfor changed files:\n%s' %
(owners_file, '\n'.join(missing_lines), '\n'.join(files)))
results = []
if errors:
if input_api.is_committing:
output = output_api.PresubmitError
else:
output = output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning
results.append(output(
'Found changes to IPC files without a security OWNER!',
long_text='\n\n'.join(errors)))
return results
def _CheckMojoUsesNewWrapperTypes(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks to make sure that all newly added mojom targets map array/map/string
to STL (for chromium) or WTF (for blink) types.
TODO(yzshen): remove this check once crbug.com/624136 is completed.
"""
files = []
pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'use_new_wrapper_types.*false',
input_api.re.MULTILINE)
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if not f.LocalPath().endswith(('.gyp', '.gypi', 'gn', 'gni')):
continue
for _, line in f.ChangedContents():
if pattern.search(line):
files.append(f)
break
if len(files):
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'Do not introduce new mojom targets with use_new_wrapper_types set to '
'false. The mode is deprecated and will be removed soon.',
files)]
return []
def _CheckAndroidToastUsage(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks that code uses org.chromium.ui.widget.Toast instead of
android.widget.Toast (Chromium Toast doesn't force hardware
acceleration on low-end devices, saving memory).
"""
toast_import_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'^import android\.widget\.Toast;$')
errors = []
sources = lambda affected_file: input_api.FilterSourceFile(
affected_file,
black_list=(_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
_TEST_CODE_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST +
(r'^chromecast[\\\/].*',
r'^remoting[\\\/].*')),
white_list=(r'.*\.java$',))
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(sources):
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if toast_import_pattern.search(line):
errors.append("%s:%d" % (f.LocalPath(), line_num))
results = []
if errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'android.widget.Toast usage is detected. Android toasts use hardware'
' acceleration, and can be\ncostly on low-end devices. Please use'
' org.chromium.ui.widget.Toast instead.\n'
'Contact dskiba@chromium.org if you have any questions.',
errors))
return results
def _CheckAndroidCrLogUsage(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks that new logs using org.chromium.base.Log:
- Are using 'TAG' as variable name for the tags (warn)
- Are using a tag that is shorter than 20 characters (error)
"""
# Do not check format of logs in //chrome/android/webapk because
# //chrome/android/webapk cannot depend on //base
cr_log_check_excluded_paths = [
r"^chrome[\\\/]android[\\\/]webapk[\\\/].*",
]
cr_log_import_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'^import org\.chromium\.base\.Log;$', input_api.re.MULTILINE)
class_in_base_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'^package org\.chromium\.base;$', input_api.re.MULTILINE)
has_some_log_import_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'^import .*\.Log;$', input_api.re.MULTILINE)
# Extract the tag from lines like `Log.d(TAG, "*");` or `Log.d("TAG", "*");`
log_call_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'^\s*Log\.\w\((?P<tag>\"?\w+\"?)\,')
log_decl_pattern = input_api.re.compile(
r'^\s*private static final String TAG = "(?P<name>(.*))";',
input_api.re.MULTILINE)
REF_MSG = ('See docs/android_logging.md '
'or contact dgn@chromium.org for more info.')
sources = lambda x: input_api.FilterSourceFile(x, white_list=(r'.*\.java$',),
black_list=cr_log_check_excluded_paths)
tag_decl_errors = []
tag_length_errors = []
tag_errors = []
tag_with_dot_errors = []
util_log_errors = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(sources):
file_content = input_api.ReadFile(f)
has_modified_logs = False
# Per line checks
if (cr_log_import_pattern.search(file_content) or
(class_in_base_pattern.search(file_content) and
not has_some_log_import_pattern.search(file_content))):
# Checks to run for files using cr log
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
# Check if the new line is doing some logging
match = log_call_pattern.search(line)
if match:
has_modified_logs = True
# Make sure it uses "TAG"
if not match.group('tag') == 'TAG':
tag_errors.append("%s:%d" % (f.LocalPath(), line_num))
else:
# Report non cr Log function calls in changed lines
for line_num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if log_call_pattern.search(line):
util_log_errors.append("%s:%d" % (f.LocalPath(), line_num))
# Per file checks
if has_modified_logs:
# Make sure the tag is using the "cr" prefix and is not too long
match = log_decl_pattern.search(file_content)
tag_name = match.group('name') if match else None
if not tag_name:
tag_decl_errors.append(f.LocalPath())
elif len(tag_name) > 20:
tag_length_errors.append(f.LocalPath())
elif '.' in tag_name:
tag_with_dot_errors.append(f.LocalPath())
results = []
if tag_decl_errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
'Please define your tags using the suggested format: .\n'
'"private static final String TAG = "<package tag>".\n'
'They will be prepended with "cr_" automatically.\n' + REF_MSG,
tag_decl_errors))
if tag_length_errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'The tag length is restricted by the system to be at most '
'20 characters.\n' + REF_MSG,
tag_length_errors))
if tag_errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
'Please use a variable named "TAG" for your log tags.\n' + REF_MSG,
tag_errors))
if util_log_errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
'Please use org.chromium.base.Log for new logs.\n' + REF_MSG,
util_log_errors))
if tag_with_dot_errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
'Dot in log tags cause them to be elided in crash reports.\n' + REF_MSG,
tag_with_dot_errors))
return results
def _CheckAndroidNewMdpiAssetLocation(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks if MDPI assets are placed in a correct directory."""
file_filter = lambda f: (f.LocalPath().endswith('.png') and
('/res/drawable/' in f.LocalPath() or
'/res/drawable-ldrtl/' in f.LocalPath()))
errors = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles(include_deletes=False,
file_filter=file_filter):
errors.append(' %s' % f.LocalPath())
results = []
if errors:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'MDPI assets should be placed in /res/drawable-mdpi/ or '
'/res/drawable-ldrtl-mdpi/\ninstead of /res/drawable/ and'
'/res/drawable-ldrtl/.\n'
'Contact newt@chromium.org if you have questions.', errors))
return results
class PydepsChecker(object):
def __init__(self, input_api, pydeps_files):
self._file_cache = {}
self._input_api = input_api
self._pydeps_files = pydeps_files
def _LoadFile(self, path):
"""Returns the list of paths within a .pydeps file relative to //."""
if path not in self._file_cache:
with open(path) as f:
self._file_cache[path] = f.read()
return self._file_cache[path]
def _ComputeNormalizedPydepsEntries(self, pydeps_path):
"""Returns an interable of paths within the .pydep, relativized to //."""
os_path = self._input_api.os_path
pydeps_dir = os_path.dirname(pydeps_path)
entries = (l.rstrip() for l in self._LoadFile(pydeps_path).splitlines()
if not l.startswith('*'))
return (os_path.normpath(os_path.join(pydeps_dir, e)) for e in entries)
def _CreateFilesToPydepsMap(self):
"""Returns a map of local_path -> list_of_pydeps."""
ret = {}
for pydep_local_path in self._pydeps_files:
for path in self._ComputeNormalizedPydepsEntries(pydep_local_path):
ret.setdefault(path, []).append(pydep_local_path)
return ret
def ComputeAffectedPydeps(self):
"""Returns an iterable of .pydeps files that might need regenerating."""
affected_pydeps = set()
file_to_pydeps_map = None
for f in self._input_api.AffectedFiles(include_deletes=True):
local_path = f.LocalPath()
if local_path == 'DEPS':
return self._pydeps_files
elif local_path.endswith('.pydeps'):
if local_path in self._pydeps_files:
affected_pydeps.add(local_path)
elif local_path.endswith('.py'):
if file_to_pydeps_map is None:
file_to_pydeps_map = self._CreateFilesToPydepsMap()
affected_pydeps.update(file_to_pydeps_map.get(local_path, ()))
return affected_pydeps
def DetermineIfStale(self, pydeps_path):
"""Runs print_python_deps.py to see if the files is stale."""
old_pydeps_data = self._LoadFile(pydeps_path).splitlines()
cmd = old_pydeps_data[1][1:].strip()
new_pydeps_data = self._input_api.subprocess.check_output(
cmd + ' --output ""', shell=True)
if old_pydeps_data[2:] != new_pydeps_data.splitlines()[2:]:
return cmd
def _CheckPydepsNeedsUpdating(input_api, output_api, checker_for_tests=None):
"""Checks if a .pydeps file needs to be regenerated."""
# This check is mainly for Android, and involves paths not only in the
# PRESUBMIT.py, but also in the .pydeps files. It doesn't work on Windows and
# Mac, so skip it on other platforms.
if input_api.platform != 'linux2':
return []
# TODO(agrieve): Update when there's a better way to detect this: crbug/570091
is_android = input_api.os_path.exists('third_party/android_tools')
pydeps_files = _ALL_PYDEPS_FILES if is_android else _GENERIC_PYDEPS_FILES
results = []
# First, check for new / deleted .pydeps.
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles(include_deletes=True):
if f.LocalPath().endswith('.pydeps'):
if f.Action() == 'D' and f.LocalPath() in _ALL_PYDEPS_FILES:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'Please update _ALL_PYDEPS_FILES within //PRESUBMIT.py to '
'remove %s' % f.LocalPath()))
elif f.Action() != 'D' and f.LocalPath() not in _ALL_PYDEPS_FILES:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'Please update _ALL_PYDEPS_FILES within //PRESUBMIT.py to '
'include %s' % f.LocalPath()))
if results:
return results
checker = checker_for_tests or PydepsChecker(input_api, pydeps_files)
for pydep_path in checker.ComputeAffectedPydeps():
try:
cmd = checker.DetermineIfStale(pydep_path)
if cmd:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
'File is stale: %s\nTo regenerate, run:\n\n %s' %
(pydep_path, cmd)))
except input_api.subprocess.CalledProcessError as error:
return [output_api.PresubmitError('Error running: %s' % error.cmd,
long_text=error.output)]
return results
def _CheckForCopyrightedCode(input_api, output_api):
"""Verifies that newly added code doesn't contain copyrighted material
and is properly licensed under the standard Chromium license.
As there can be false positives, we maintain a whitelist file. This check
also verifies that the whitelist file is up to date.
"""
import sys
original_sys_path = sys.path
try:
sys.path = sys.path + [input_api.os_path.join(
input_api.PresubmitLocalPath(), 'tools')]
from copyright_scanner import copyright_scanner
finally:
# Restore sys.path to what it was before.
sys.path = original_sys_path
return copyright_scanner.ScanAtPresubmit(input_api, output_api)
def _CheckSingletonInHeaders(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks to make sure no header files have |Singleton<|."""
def FileFilter(affected_file):
# It's ok for base/memory/singleton.h to have |Singleton<|.
black_list = (_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST +
(r"^base[\\\/]memory[\\\/]singleton\.h$",))
return input_api.FilterSourceFile(affected_file, black_list=black_list)
pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'(?<!class\sbase::)Singleton\s*<')
files = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(FileFilter):
if (f.LocalPath().endswith('.h') or f.LocalPath().endswith('.hxx') or
f.LocalPath().endswith('.hpp') or f.LocalPath().endswith('.inl')):
contents = input_api.ReadFile(f)
for line in contents.splitlines(False):
if (not line.lstrip().startswith('//') and # Strip C++ comment.
pattern.search(line)):
files.append(f)
break
if files:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'Found base::Singleton<T> in the following header files.\n' +
'Please move them to an appropriate source file so that the ' +
'template gets instantiated in a single compilation unit.',
files) ]
return []
def _CheckNoDeprecatedCompiledResourcesGYP(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks for old style compiled_resources.gyp files."""
is_compiled_resource = lambda fp: fp.endswith('compiled_resources.gyp')
added_compiled_resources = filter(is_compiled_resource, [
f.LocalPath() for f in input_api.AffectedFiles() if f.Action() == 'A'
])
if not added_compiled_resources:
return []
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
"Found new compiled_resources.gyp files:\n%s\n\n"
"compiled_resources.gyp files are deprecated,\n"
"please use compiled_resources2.gyp instead:\n"
"https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+/master/docs/closure_compilation.md"
%
"\n".join(added_compiled_resources))]
_DEPRECATED_CSS = [
# Values
( "-webkit-box", "flex" ),
( "-webkit-inline-box", "inline-flex" ),
( "-webkit-flex", "flex" ),
( "-webkit-inline-flex", "inline-flex" ),
( "-webkit-min-content", "min-content" ),
( "-webkit-max-content", "max-content" ),
# Properties
( "-webkit-background-clip", "background-clip" ),
( "-webkit-background-origin", "background-origin" ),
( "-webkit-background-size", "background-size" ),
( "-webkit-box-shadow", "box-shadow" ),
# Functions
( "-webkit-gradient", "gradient" ),
( "-webkit-repeating-gradient", "repeating-gradient" ),
( "-webkit-linear-gradient", "linear-gradient" ),
( "-webkit-repeating-linear-gradient", "repeating-linear-gradient" ),
( "-webkit-radial-gradient", "radial-gradient" ),
( "-webkit-repeating-radial-gradient", "repeating-radial-gradient" ),
]
def _CheckNoDeprecatedCSS(input_api, output_api):
""" Make sure that we don't use deprecated CSS
properties, functions or values. Our external
documentation and iOS CSS for dom distiller
(reader mode) are ignored by the hooks as it
needs to be consumed by WebKit. """
results = []
file_inclusion_pattern = (r".+\.css$",)
black_list = (_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
_TEST_CODE_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST +
(r"^chrome/common/extensions/docs",
r"^chrome/docs",
r"^components/dom_distiller/core/css/distilledpage_ios.css",
r"^components/flags_ui/resources/apple_flags.css",
r"^components/neterror/resources/neterror.css",
r"^native_client_sdk"))
file_filter = lambda f: input_api.FilterSourceFile(
f, white_list=file_inclusion_pattern, black_list=black_list)
for fpath in input_api.AffectedFiles(file_filter=file_filter):
for line_num, line in fpath.ChangedContents():
for (deprecated_value, value) in _DEPRECATED_CSS:
if deprecated_value in line:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
"%s:%d: Use of deprecated CSS %s, use %s instead" %
(fpath.LocalPath(), line_num, deprecated_value, value)))
return results
_DEPRECATED_JS = [
( "__lookupGetter__", "Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor" ),
( "__defineGetter__", "Object.defineProperty" ),
( "__defineSetter__", "Object.defineProperty" ),
]
def _CheckNoDeprecatedJS(input_api, output_api):
"""Make sure that we don't use deprecated JS in Chrome code."""
results = []
file_inclusion_pattern = (r".+\.js$",) # TODO(dbeam): .html?
black_list = (_EXCLUDED_PATHS + _TEST_CODE_EXCLUDED_PATHS +
input_api.DEFAULT_BLACK_LIST)
file_filter = lambda f: input_api.FilterSourceFile(
f, white_list=file_inclusion_pattern, black_list=black_list)
for fpath in input_api.AffectedFiles(file_filter=file_filter):
for lnum, line in fpath.ChangedContents():
for (deprecated, replacement) in _DEPRECATED_JS:
if deprecated in line:
results.append(output_api.PresubmitError(
"%s:%d: Use of deprecated JS %s, use %s instead" %
(fpath.LocalPath(), lnum, deprecated, replacement)))
return results
def _AndroidSpecificOnUploadChecks(input_api, output_api):
"""Groups checks that target android code."""
results = []
results.extend(_CheckAndroidCrLogUsage(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckAndroidNewMdpiAssetLocation(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckAndroidToastUsage(input_api, output_api))
return results
def _CommonChecks(input_api, output_api):
"""Checks common to both upload and commit."""
results = []
results.extend(input_api.canned_checks.PanProjectChecks(
input_api, output_api,
excluded_paths=_EXCLUDED_PATHS + _TESTRUNNER_PATHS))
results.extend(_CheckAuthorizedAuthor(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(
_CheckNoProductionCodeUsingTestOnlyFunctions(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoIOStreamInHeaders(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoUNIT_TESTInSourceFiles(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckDCHECK_IS_ONHasBraces(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoNewWStrings(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoDEPSGIT(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoBannedFunctions(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoPragmaOnce(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoTrinaryTrueFalse(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckUnwantedDependencies(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckFilePermissions(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoAuraWindowPropertyHInHeaders(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckIncludeOrder(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForVersionControlConflicts(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckPatchFiles(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckHardcodedGoogleHostsInLowerLayers(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoAbbreviationInPngFileName(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForInvalidOSMacros(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForInvalidIfDefinedMacros(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckFlakyTestUsage(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckAddedDepsHaveTargetApprovals(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(
input_api.canned_checks.CheckChangeHasNoTabs(
input_api,
output_api,
source_file_filter=lambda x: x.LocalPath().endswith('.grd')))
results.extend(_CheckSpamLogging(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForAnonymousVariables(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckCygwinShell(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckUserActionUpdate(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoDeprecatedCSS(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoDeprecatedJS(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckParseErrors(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForIPCRules(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForCopyrightedCode(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForWindowsLineEndings(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckSingletonInHeaders(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckNoDeprecatedCompiledResourcesGYP(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckPydepsNeedsUpdating(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckJavaStyle(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckIpcOwners(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckMojoUsesNewWrapperTypes(input_api, output_api))
if any('PRESUBMIT.py' == f.LocalPath() for f in input_api.AffectedFiles()):
results.extend(input_api.canned_checks.RunUnitTestsInDirectory(
input_api, output_api,
input_api.PresubmitLocalPath(),
whitelist=[r'^PRESUBMIT_test\.py$']))
return results
def _CheckAuthorizedAuthor(input_api, output_api):
"""For non-googler/chromites committers, verify the author's email address is
in AUTHORS.
"""
author = input_api.change.author_email
if not author:
input_api.logging.info('No author, skipping AUTHOR check')
return []
authors_path = input_api.os_path.join(
input_api.PresubmitLocalPath(), 'AUTHORS')
valid_authors = (
input_api.re.match(r'[^#]+\s+\<(.+?)\>\s*$', line)
for line in open(authors_path))
valid_authors = [item.group(1).lower() for item in valid_authors if item]
if not any(input_api.fnmatch.fnmatch(author.lower(), valid)
for valid in valid_authors):
input_api.logging.info('Valid authors are %s', ', '.join(valid_authors))
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
('%s is not in AUTHORS file. If you are a new contributor, please visit'
'\n'
'http://www.chromium.org/developers/contributing-code and read the '
'"Legal" section\n'
'If you are a chromite, verify the contributor signed the CLA.') %
author)]
return []
def _CheckPatchFiles(input_api, output_api):
problems = [f.LocalPath() for f in input_api.AffectedFiles()
if f.LocalPath().endswith(('.orig', '.rej'))]
if problems:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
"Don't commit .rej and .orig files.", problems)]
else:
return []
def _DidYouMeanOSMacro(bad_macro):
try:
return {'A': 'OS_ANDROID',
'B': 'OS_BSD',
'C': 'OS_CHROMEOS',
'F': 'OS_FREEBSD',
'L': 'OS_LINUX',
'M': 'OS_MACOSX',
'N': 'OS_NACL',
'O': 'OS_OPENBSD',
'P': 'OS_POSIX',
'S': 'OS_SOLARIS',
'W': 'OS_WIN'}[bad_macro[3].upper()]
except KeyError:
return ''
def _CheckForInvalidOSMacrosInFile(input_api, f):
"""Check for sensible looking, totally invalid OS macros."""
preprocessor_statement = input_api.re.compile(r'^\s*#')
os_macro = input_api.re.compile(r'defined\((OS_[^)]+)\)')
results = []
for lnum, line in f.ChangedContents():
if preprocessor_statement.search(line):
for match in os_macro.finditer(line):
if not match.group(1) in _VALID_OS_MACROS:
good = _DidYouMeanOSMacro(match.group(1))
did_you_mean = ' (did you mean %s?)' % good if good else ''
results.append(' %s:%d %s%s' % (f.LocalPath(),
lnum,
match.group(1),
did_you_mean))
return results
def _CheckForInvalidOSMacros(input_api, output_api):
"""Check all affected files for invalid OS macros."""
bad_macros = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if not f.LocalPath().endswith(('.py', '.js', '.html', '.css', '.md')):
bad_macros.extend(_CheckForInvalidOSMacrosInFile(input_api, f))
if not bad_macros:
return []
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'Possibly invalid OS macro[s] found. Please fix your code\n'
'or add your macro to src/PRESUBMIT.py.', bad_macros)]
def _CheckForInvalidIfDefinedMacrosInFile(input_api, f):
"""Check all affected files for invalid "if defined" macros."""
ALWAYS_DEFINED_MACROS = (
"TARGET_CPU_PPC",
"TARGET_CPU_PPC64",
"TARGET_CPU_68K",
"TARGET_CPU_X86",
"TARGET_CPU_ARM",
"TARGET_CPU_MIPS",
"TARGET_CPU_SPARC",
"TARGET_CPU_ALPHA",
"TARGET_IPHONE_SIMULATOR",
"TARGET_OS_EMBEDDED",
"TARGET_OS_IPHONE",
"TARGET_OS_MAC",
"TARGET_OS_UNIX",
"TARGET_OS_WIN32",
)
ifdef_macro = input_api.re.compile(r'^\s*#.*(?:ifdef\s|defined\()([^\s\)]+)')
results = []
for lnum, line in f.ChangedContents():
for match in ifdef_macro.finditer(line):
if match.group(1) in ALWAYS_DEFINED_MACROS:
always_defined = ' %s is always defined. ' % match.group(1)
did_you_mean = 'Did you mean \'#if %s\'?' % match.group(1)
results.append(' %s:%d %s\n\t%s' % (f.LocalPath(),
lnum,
always_defined,
did_you_mean))
return results
def _CheckForInvalidIfDefinedMacros(input_api, output_api):
"""Check all affected files for invalid "if defined" macros."""
bad_macros = []
for f in input_api.AffectedFiles():
if f.LocalPath().endswith(('.h', '.c', '.cc', '.m', '.mm')):
bad_macros.extend(_CheckForInvalidIfDefinedMacrosInFile(input_api, f))
if not bad_macros:
return []
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'Found ifdef check on always-defined macro[s]. Please fix your code\n'
'or check the list of ALWAYS_DEFINED_MACROS in src/PRESUBMIT.py.',
bad_macros)]
def _CheckForIPCRules(input_api, output_api):
"""Check for same IPC rules described in
http://www.chromium.org/Home/chromium-security/education/security-tips-for-ipc
"""
base_pattern = r'IPC_ENUM_TRAITS\('
inclusion_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'(%s)' % base_pattern)
comment_pattern = input_api.re.compile(r'//.*(%s)' % base_pattern)
problems = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(None):
local_path = f.LocalPath()
if not local_path.endswith('.h'):
continue
for line_number, line in f.ChangedContents():
if inclusion_pattern.search(line) and not comment_pattern.search(line):
problems.append(
'%s:%d\n %s' % (local_path, line_number, line.strip()))
if problems:
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning(
_IPC_ENUM_TRAITS_DEPRECATED, problems)]
else:
return []
def _CheckForWindowsLineEndings(input_api, output_api):
"""Check source code and known ascii text files for Windows style line
endings.
"""
known_text_files = r'.*\.(txt|html|htm|mhtml|py|gyp|gypi|gn|isolate)$'
file_inclusion_pattern = (
known_text_files,
r'.+%s' % _IMPLEMENTATION_EXTENSIONS
)
filter = lambda f: input_api.FilterSourceFile(
f, white_list=file_inclusion_pattern, black_list=None)
files = [f.LocalPath() for f in
input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(filter)]
problems = []
for file in files:
fp = open(file, 'r')
for line in fp:
if line.endswith('\r\n'):
problems.append(file)
break
fp.close()
if problems:
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptWarning('Are you sure that you want '
'these files to contain Windows style line endings?\n' +
'\n'.join(problems))]
return []
def CheckChangeOnUpload(input_api, output_api):
results = []
results.extend(_CommonChecks(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckValidHostsInDEPS(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(
input_api.canned_checks.CheckGNFormatted(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckUmaHistogramChanges(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_AndroidSpecificOnUploadChecks(input_api, output_api))
return results
def GetTryServerMasterForBot(bot):
"""Returns the Try Server master for the given bot.
It tries to guess the master from the bot name, but may still fail
and return None. There is no longer a default master.
"""
# Potentially ambiguous bot names are listed explicitly.
master_map = {
'chromium_presubmit': 'master.tryserver.chromium.linux',
'tools_build_presubmit': 'master.tryserver.chromium.linux',
}
master = master_map.get(bot)
if not master:
if 'android' in bot:
master = 'master.tryserver.chromium.android'
elif 'linux' in bot or 'presubmit' in bot:
master = 'master.tryserver.chromium.linux'
elif 'win' in bot:
master = 'master.tryserver.chromium.win'
elif 'mac' in bot or 'ios' in bot:
master = 'master.tryserver.chromium.mac'
return master
def GetDefaultTryConfigs(bots):
"""Returns a list of ('bot', set(['tests']), filtered by [bots].
"""
builders_and_tests = dict((bot, set(['defaulttests'])) for bot in bots)
# Build up the mapping from tryserver master to bot/test.
out = dict()
for bot, tests in builders_and_tests.iteritems():
out.setdefault(GetTryServerMasterForBot(bot), {})[bot] = tests
return out
def CheckChangeOnCommit(input_api, output_api):
results = []
results.extend(_CommonChecks(input_api, output_api))
# Make sure the tree is 'open'.
results.extend(input_api.canned_checks.CheckTreeIsOpen(
input_api,
output_api,
json_url='http://chromium-status.appspot.com/current?format=json'))
results.extend(input_api.canned_checks.CheckChangeHasBugField(
input_api, output_api))
results.extend(input_api.canned_checks.CheckChangeHasDescription(
input_api, output_api))
return results