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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.
"""Utility functions for Windows builds.
This file is copied to the build directory as part of toolchain setup and
is used to set up calls to tools used by the build that need wrappers.
from __future__ import print_function
import os
import re
import shutil
import subprocess
import stat
import sys
# Embedded vpython spec to provide `win32file` when this is invoked with
# vpython on windows.
# wheel: <
# name: "infra/python/wheels/pypiwin32/${vpython_platform}"
# version: "version:219"
# match_tag: < platform: "win32" >
# match_tag: < platform: "win_amd64" >
# >
if sys.platform == "win32":
# First, try the normal way. This will work for python installations which
# have win32file already, or for vpython invocations of this script.
import win32file
except ImportError:
# Otherwise, do a hack to locate the depot_tools specific version of
# win32file.
# doesn't get invoked through python.bat so the Python bin
# directory doesn't get added to the path. The Python module search logic
# handles this fine and finds win32file.pyd. However the Windows module
# search logic then looks for pywintypes27.dll and other DLLs in the path
# and if it finds versions with a different bitness first then win32file.pyd
# will fail to load with a cryptic error:
# ImportError: DLL load failed: %1 is not a valid Win32 application.
if sys.platform == 'win32':
os.environ['PATH'] = os.path.dirname(sys.executable) + \
os.pathsep + os.environ['PATH']
import win32file # pylint: disable=import-error
def superflush(pe_name):
# Flush the file buffers to try to work around a Windows 10 kernel bug,
output_handle = win32file.CreateFile(pe_name, win32file.GENERIC_WRITE,
0, None, win32file.OPEN_EXISTING, 0, 0)
def superflush(pe_name):
return None
BASE_DIR = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))
# A regex matching an argument corresponding to the output filename passed to
# link.exe.
_LINK_EXE_OUT_ARG = re.compile('/OUT:(?P<out>.+)$', re.IGNORECASE)
def main(args):
exit_code = WinTool().Dispatch(args)
if exit_code is not None:
class WinTool(object):
"""This class performs all the Windows tooling steps. The methods can either
be executed directly, or dispatched from an argument list."""
def _UseSeparateMspdbsrv(self, env, args):
"""Allows to use a unique instance of mspdbsrv.exe per linker instead of a
shared one."""
if len(args) < 1:
raise Exception("Not enough arguments")
if args[0] != 'link.exe':
# Use the output filename passed to the linker to generate an endpoint name
# for mspdbsrv.exe.
endpoint_name = None
for arg in args:
m = _LINK_EXE_OUT_ARG.match(arg)
if m:
endpoint_name = re.sub(r'\W+', '',
'%s_%d' % ('out'), os.getpid()))
if endpoint_name is None:
# Adds the appropriate environment variable. This will be read by link.exe
# to know which instance of mspdbsrv.exe it should connect to (if it's
# not set then the default endpoint is used).
env['_MSPDBSRV_ENDPOINT_'] = endpoint_name
def Dispatch(self, args):
"""Dispatches a string command to a method."""
if len(args) < 1:
raise Exception("Not enough arguments")
method = "Exec%s" % self._CommandifyName(args[0])
return getattr(self, method)(*args[1:])
def _CommandifyName(self, name_string):
"""Transforms a tool name like recursive-mirror to RecursiveMirror."""
return name_string.title().replace('-', '')
def _GetEnv(self, arch):
"""Gets the saved environment from a file for a given architecture."""
# The environment is saved as an "environment block" (see CreateProcess
# and msvs_emulation for details). We convert to a dict here.
# Drop last 2 NULs, one for list terminator, one for trailing vs. separator.
pairs = open(arch).read()[:-2].split('\0')
kvs = [item.split('=', 1) for item in pairs]
return dict(kvs)
def ExecDeleteFile(self, path):
"""Simple file delete command."""
if os.path.exists(path):
def ExecRecursiveMirror(self, source, dest):
"""Emulation of rm -rf out && cp -af in out."""
if os.path.exists(dest):
if os.path.isdir(dest):
def _on_error(fn, path, dummy_excinfo):
# The operation failed, possibly because the file is set to
# read-only. If that's why, make it writable and try the op again.
if not os.access(path, os.W_OK):
os.chmod(path, stat.S_IWRITE)
shutil.rmtree(dest, onerror=_on_error)
if not os.access(dest, os.W_OK):
# Attempt to make the file writable before deleting it.
os.chmod(dest, stat.S_IWRITE)
if os.path.isdir(source):
shutil.copytree(source, dest)
shutil.copy2(source, dest)
# Try to diagnose
if not os.path.exists(dest):
raise Exception("Copying of %s to %s failed" % (source, dest))
def ExecLinkWrapper(self, arch, use_separate_mspdbsrv, *args):
"""Filter diagnostic output from link that looks like:
' Creating library ui.dll.lib and object ui.dll.exp'
This happens when there are exports from the dll or exe.
env = self._GetEnv(arch)
if use_separate_mspdbsrv == 'True':
self._UseSeparateMspdbsrv(env, args)
if sys.platform == 'win32':
args = list(args) # *args is a tuple by default, which is read-only.
args[0] = args[0].replace('/', '\\')
# "On Unix with shell=True [...] if args is a sequence, the first item
# specifies the command string, and any additional items will be treated as
# additional arguments to the shell itself. That is to say, Popen does the
# equivalent of:
# Popen(['/bin/sh', '-c', args[0], args[1], ...])"
# For that reason, since going through the shell doesn't seem necessary on
# non-Windows don't do that there.
pe_name = None
for arg in args:
m = _LINK_EXE_OUT_ARG.match(arg)
if m:
pe_name ='out')
link = subprocess.Popen(args, shell=sys.platform == 'win32', env=env,
stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
# Read output one line at a time as it shows up to avoid OOM failures when
# GBs of output is produced.
for line in link.stdout:
if (not line.startswith(' Creating library ') and
not line.startswith('Generating code') and
not line.startswith('Finished generating code')):
result = link.wait()
if result == 0 and sys.platform == 'win32':
return result
def ExecAsmWrapper(self, arch, *args):
"""Filter logo banner from invocations of asm.exe."""
env = self._GetEnv(arch)
if sys.platform == 'win32':
# Windows ARM64 uses clang-cl as assembler which has '/' as path
# separator, convert it to '\\' when running on Windows.
args = list(args) # *args is a tuple by default, which is read-only
args[0] = args[0].replace('/', '\\')
popen = subprocess.Popen(args, shell=True, env=env,
stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
out, _ = popen.communicate()
for line in out.splitlines():
if not line.startswith(' Assembling: '):
return popen.returncode
def ExecRcWrapper(self, arch, *args):
"""Converts .rc files to .res files."""
env = self._GetEnv(arch)
args = list(args)
rcpy_args = args[:]
rcpy_args[0:1] = [sys.executable, os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'rc', '')]
return, env=env)
def ExecActionWrapper(self, arch, rspfile, *dirname):
"""Runs an action command line from a response file using the environment
for |arch|. If |dirname| is supplied, use that as the working directory."""
env = self._GetEnv(arch)
# TODO(scottmg): This is a temporary hack to get some specific variables
# through to actions that are set after GN-time.
for k, v in os.environ.items():
if k not in env:
env[k] = v
args = open(rspfile).read()
dirname = dirname[0] if dirname else None
return, shell=True, env=env, cwd=dirname)
if __name__ == '__main__':