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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.
"""Creates a zip archive for the Chrome Remote Desktop Host installer.
This script builds a zip file that contains all the files needed to build an
installer for Chrome Remote Desktop Host.
This zip archive is then used by the signing bots to:
(1) Sign the binaries
(2) Build the final installer
TODO(garykac) We should consider merging this with
import os
import shutil
import subprocess
import sys
import zipfile
os.path.dirname(__file__), os.pardir, os.pardir, os.pardir,
"build", "android", "gyp"))
from util import build_utils
def cleanDir(dir):
"""Deletes and recreates the dir to make sure it is clean.
dir: The directory to clean.
except OSError:
if os.path.exists(dir):
os.makedirs(dir, 0775)
def buildDefDictionary(definitions):
"""Builds the definition dictionary from the VARIABLE=value array.
defs: Array of variable definitions: 'VARIABLE=value'.
Dictionary with the definitions.
defs = {}
for d in definitions:
(key, val) = d.split('=')
defs[key] = val
return defs
def remapSrcFile(dst_root, src_roots, src_file):
"""Calculates destination file path and creates directory.
Any matching |src_roots| prefix is stripped from |src_file| before
appending to |dst_root|.
For example, given:
dst_root = '/output'
src_roots = ['host/installer/mac']
src_file = 'host/installer/mac/Scripts/'
The final calculated path is:
The |src_file| must match one of the |src_roots| prefixes. If there are no
matches, then an error is reported.
If multiple |src_roots| match, then only the first match is applied. Because
of this, if you have roots that share a common prefix, the longest string
should be first in this array.
dst_root: Target directory where files are copied.
src_roots: Array of path prefixes which will be stripped of |src_file|
(if they match) before appending it to the |dst_root|.
src_file: Source file to be copied.
Full path to destination file in |dst_root|.
# Strip of directory prefix.
found_root = False
for root in src_roots:
root = os.path.normpath(root)
src_file = os.path.normpath(src_file)
if os.path.commonprefix([root, src_file]) == root:
src_file = os.path.relpath(src_file, root)
found_root = True
if not found_root:
error('Unable to match prefix for %s' % src_file)
dst_file = os.path.join(dst_root, src_file)
# Make sure target directory exists.
dst_dir = os.path.dirname(dst_file)
if not os.path.exists(dst_dir):
os.makedirs(dst_dir, 0775)
return dst_file
def copyFileWithDefs(src_file, dst_file, defs):
"""Copies from src_file to dst_file, performing variable substitution.
Any @@VARIABLE@@ in the source is replaced with the value of VARIABLE
in the |defs| dictionary when written to the destination file.
src_file: Full or relative path to source file to copy.
dst_file: Relative path (and filename) where src_file should be copied.
defs: Dictionary of variable definitions.
data = open(src_file, 'r').read()
for key, val in defs.iteritems():
data = data.replace('@@' + key + '@@', val)
except TypeError:
print repr(key), repr(val)
open(dst_file, 'w').write(data)
shutil.copystat(src_file, dst_file)
def copyZipIntoArchive(out_dir, files_root, zip_file):
"""Expands the zip_file into the out_dir, preserving the directory structure.
out_dir: Target directory where unzipped files are copied.
files_root: Path prefix which is stripped of zip_file before appending
it to the out_dir.
zip_file: Relative path (and filename) to the zip file.
base_zip_name = os.path.basename(zip_file)
# We don't use the 'zipfile' module here because it doesn't restore all the
# file permissions correctly. We use the 'unzip' command manually.
old_dir = os.getcwd();
os.chdir(os.path.dirname(zip_file))['unzip', '-qq', '-o', base_zip_name])
# Unzip into correct dir in out_dir.
out_zip_path = remapSrcFile(out_dir, files_root, zip_file)
out_zip_dir = os.path.dirname(out_zip_path)
(src_dir, ignore1) = os.path.splitext(zip_file)
(base_dir_name, ignore2) = os.path.splitext(base_zip_name)
shutil.copytree(src_dir, os.path.join(out_zip_dir, base_dir_name))
def buildHostArchive(temp_dir, zip_path, source_file_roots, source_files,
gen_files, gen_files_dst, defs):
"""Builds a zip archive with the files needed to build the installer.
temp_dir: Temporary dir used to build up the contents for the archive.
zip_path: Full path to the zip file to create.
source_file_roots: Array of path prefixes to strip off |files| when adding
to the archive.
source_files: The array of files to add to archive. The path structure is
preserved (except for the |files_root| prefix).
gen_files: Full path to binaries to add to archive.
gen_files_dst: Relative path of where to add binary files in archive.
This array needs to parallel |binaries_src|.
defs: Dictionary of variable definitions.
for f in source_files:
dst_file = remapSrcFile(temp_dir, source_file_roots, f)
base_file = os.path.basename(f)
(base, ext) = os.path.splitext(f)
if ext == '.zip':
copyZipIntoArchive(temp_dir, source_file_roots, f)
elif ext in ['.packproj', '.pkgproj', '.plist', '.props', '.sh', '.json']:
copyFileWithDefs(f, dst_file, defs)
shutil.copy2(f, dst_file)
for bs, bd in zip(gen_files, gen_files_dst):
dst_file = os.path.join(temp_dir, bd)
if not os.path.exists(os.path.dirname(dst_file)):
if os.path.isdir(bs):
shutil.copytree(bs, dst_file)
shutil.copy2(bs, dst_file)
zip_path, temp_dir,
compress_fn=lambda _: zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED,
def error(msg):
sys.stderr.write('ERROR: %s\n' % msg)
def usage():
"""Display basic usage information."""
print ('Usage: %s\n'
' <temp-dir> <zip-path>\n'
' --source-file-roots <list of roots to strip off source files...>\n'
' --source-files <list of source files...>\n'
' --generated-files <list of generated target files...>\n'
' --generated-files-dst <dst for each generated file...>\n'
' --defs <list of VARIABLE=value definitions...>'
) % sys.argv[0]
def main():
if len(sys.argv) < 2:
error('Too few arguments')
temp_dir = sys.argv[1]
zip_path = sys.argv[2]
arg_mode = ''
source_file_roots = []
source_files = []
generated_files = []
generated_files_dst = []
definitions = []
for arg in sys.argv[3:]:
if arg == '--source-file-roots':
arg_mode = 'src-roots'
elif arg == '--source-files':
arg_mode = 'files'
elif arg == '--generated-files':
arg_mode = 'gen-src'
elif arg == '--generated-files-dst':
arg_mode = 'gen-dst'
elif arg == '--defs':
arg_mode = 'defs'
elif arg_mode == 'src-roots':
elif arg_mode == 'files':
elif arg_mode == 'gen-src':
elif arg_mode == 'gen-dst':
elif arg_mode == 'defs':
error('Expected --source-files')
# Make sure at least one file was specified.
if len(source_files) == 0 and len(generated_files) == 0:
error('At least one input file must be specified.')
# Sort roots to ensure the longest one is first. See comment in remapSrcFile
# for why this is necessary.
source_file_roots = map(os.path.normpath, source_file_roots)
source_file_roots.sort(key=len, reverse=True)
# Verify that the 2 generated_files arrays have the same number of elements.
if len(generated_files) != len(generated_files_dst):
error('len(--generated-files) != len(--generated-files-dst)')
defs = buildDefDictionary(definitions)
result = buildHostArchive(temp_dir, zip_path, source_file_roots,
source_files, generated_files, generated_files_dst,
return 0
if __name__ == '__main__':