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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Copyright 2014 The Chromium Authors
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
import collections
import glob
import json
import os
import platform
import re
import shutil
import stat
import subprocess
import sys
from gn_helpers import ToGNString
# VS 2022 17.4 with 10.0.22621.0 SDK with ARM64 libraries and UWP support.
# See go/chromium-msvc-toolchain for instructions about how to update the
# toolchain.
# When updating the toolchain, consider the following areas impacted by the
# toolchain version:
# * //base/win/ NTDDI preprocessor check
# Triggers a compiler error if the available SDK is older than the minimum.
# * SDK_VERSION in this file
# Must match the packaged/required SDK version.
# * SDK_VERSION in build/toolchain/win/
# * //build/config/win/ NTDDI_VERSION value
# Affects the availability of APIs in the toolchain headers.
# * //docs/ mentions of VS or Windows SDK.
# Keeps the document consistent with the toolchain version.
# * //tools/win/
# Add/remove VS versions when upgrading to a new VS version.
# * MSVC_TOOLSET_VERSION in this file
# Maps between Visual Studio version and MSVC toolset
# * MSVS_VERSIONS in this file
# Records the packaged and default version of Visual Studio
TOOLCHAIN_HASH = '27370823e7'
SDK_VERSION = '10.0.22621.0'
script_dir = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
json_data_file = os.path.join(script_dir, 'win_toolchain.json')
# VS versions are listed in descending order of priority (highest first).
# The first version is assumed by this script to be the one that is packaged,
# which makes a difference for the arm64 runtime.
MSVS_VERSIONS = collections.OrderedDict([
('2022', '17.0'), # Default and packaged version of Visual Studio.
('2019', '16.0'),
('2017', '15.0'),
# List of preferred VC toolset version based on MSVS
# Order is not relevant for this dictionary.
'2022': 'VC143',
'2019': 'VC142',
'2017': 'VC141',
def _HostIsWindows():
"""Returns True if running on a Windows host (including under cygwin)."""
return sys.platform in ('win32', 'cygwin')
def SetEnvironmentAndGetRuntimeDllDirs():
"""Sets up os.environ to use the depot_tools VS toolchain with gyp, and
returns the location of the VC runtime DLLs so they can be copied into
the output directory after gyp generation.
Return value is [x64path, x86path, 'Arm64Unused'] or None. arm64path is
generated separately because there are multiple folders for the arm64 VC
vs_runtime_dll_dirs = None
depot_tools_win_toolchain = \
bool(int(os.environ.get('DEPOT_TOOLS_WIN_TOOLCHAIN', '1')))
# When running on a non-Windows host, only do this if the SDK has explicitly
# been downloaded before (in which case json_data_file will exist).
if ((_HostIsWindows() or os.path.exists(json_data_file))
and depot_tools_win_toolchain):
if ShouldUpdateToolchain():
if len(sys.argv) > 1 and sys.argv[1] == 'update':
update_result = Update()
update_result = Update(no_download=True)
if update_result != 0:
raise Exception('Failed to update, error code %d.' % update_result)
with open(json_data_file, 'r') as tempf:
toolchain_data = json.load(tempf)
toolchain = toolchain_data['path']
version = toolchain_data['version']
win_sdk = toolchain_data.get('win_sdk')
wdk = toolchain_data['wdk']
# TODO(scottmg): The order unfortunately matters in these. They should be
# split into separate keys for x64/x86/arm64. (See CopyDlls call below).
vs_runtime_dll_dirs = toolchain_data['runtime_dirs']
# The number of runtime_dirs in the toolchain_data was two (x64/x86) but
# changed to three (x64/x86/arm64) and this code needs to handle both
# possibilities, which can change independently from this code.
if len(vs_runtime_dll_dirs) == 2:
os.environ['GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH'] = toolchain
os.environ['WINDOWSSDKDIR'] = win_sdk
os.environ['WDK_DIR'] = wdk
# Include the VS runtime in the PATH in case it's not machine-installed.
runtime_path = os.path.pathsep.join(vs_runtime_dll_dirs)
os.environ['PATH'] = runtime_path + os.path.pathsep + os.environ['PATH']
elif sys.platform == 'win32' and not depot_tools_win_toolchain:
if not 'GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH' in os.environ:
os.environ['GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH'] = DetectVisualStudioPath()
# When using an installed toolchain these files aren't needed in the output
# directory in order to run binaries locally, but they are needed in order
# to create isolates or the mini_installer. Copying them to the output
# directory ensures that they are available when needed.
bitness = platform.architecture()[0]
# When running 64-bit python the x64 DLLs will be in System32
# ARM64 binaries will not be available in the system directories because we
# don't build on ARM64 machines.
x64_path = 'System32' if bitness == '64bit' else 'Sysnative'
x64_path = os.path.join(os.path.expandvars('%windir%'), x64_path)
vs_runtime_dll_dirs = [x64_path,
return vs_runtime_dll_dirs
def _RegistryGetValueUsingWinReg(key, value):
"""Use the _winreg module to obtain the value of a registry key.
key: The registry key.
value: The particular registry value to read.
contents of the registry key's value, or None on failure. Throws
ImportError if _winreg is unavailable.
import _winreg
root, subkey = key.split('\\', 1)
assert root == 'HKLM' # Only need HKLM for now.
with _winreg.OpenKey(_winreg.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, subkey) as hkey:
return _winreg.QueryValueEx(hkey, value)[0]
except WindowsError:
return None
def _RegistryGetValue(key, value):
return _RegistryGetValueUsingWinReg(key, value)
except ImportError:
raise Exception('The python library _winreg not found.')
def GetVisualStudioVersion():
"""Return best available version of Visual Studio.
supported_versions = list(MSVS_VERSIONS.keys())
# VS installed in depot_tools for Googlers
if bool(int(os.environ.get('DEPOT_TOOLS_WIN_TOOLCHAIN', '1'))):
return supported_versions[0]
# VS installed in system for external developers
supported_versions_str = ', '.join('{} ({})'.format(v,k)
for k,v in MSVS_VERSIONS.items())
available_versions = []
for version in supported_versions:
# Checking vs%s_install environment variables.
# For example, vs2019_install could have the value
# "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2019\Community".
# Only vs2017_install, vs2019_install and vs2022_install are supported.
path = os.environ.get('vs%s_install' % version)
if path and os.path.exists(path):
# Detecting VS under possible paths.
if version >= '2022':
program_files_path_variable = '%ProgramFiles%'
program_files_path_variable = '%ProgramFiles(x86)%'
path = os.path.expandvars(program_files_path_variable +
'/Microsoft Visual Studio/%s' % version)
if path and any(
os.path.exists(os.path.join(path, edition))
for edition in ('Enterprise', 'Professional', 'Community', 'Preview',
if not available_versions:
raise Exception('No supported Visual Studio can be found.'
' Supported versions are: %s.' % supported_versions_str)
return available_versions[0]
def DetectVisualStudioPath():
"""Return path to the installed Visual Studio.
# Note that this code is used from
# build/toolchain/win/ as well.
version_as_year = GetVisualStudioVersion()
# The VC++ >=2017 install location needs to be located using COM instead of
# the registry. For details see:
# For now we use a hardcoded default with an environment variable override.
if version_as_year >= '2022':
program_files_path_variable = '%ProgramFiles%'
program_files_path_variable = '%ProgramFiles(x86)%'
for path in (os.environ.get('vs%s_install' % version_as_year),
os.path.expandvars(program_files_path_variable +
'/Microsoft Visual Studio/%s/Enterprise' %
os.path.expandvars(program_files_path_variable +
'/Microsoft Visual Studio/%s/Professional' %
os.path.expandvars(program_files_path_variable +
'/Microsoft Visual Studio/%s/Community' %
os.path.expandvars(program_files_path_variable +
'/Microsoft Visual Studio/%s/Preview' %
os.path.expandvars(program_files_path_variable +
'/Microsoft Visual Studio/%s/BuildTools' %
if path and os.path.exists(path):
return path
raise Exception('Visual Studio Version %s not found.' % version_as_year)
def _CopyRuntimeImpl(target, source, verbose=True):
"""Copy |source| to |target| if it doesn't already exist or if it needs to be
updated (comparing last modified time as an approximate float match as for
some reason the values tend to differ by ~1e-07 despite being copies of the
same file...
if (os.path.isdir(os.path.dirname(target)) and
(not os.path.isfile(target) or
abs(os.stat(target).st_mtime - os.stat(source).st_mtime) >= 0.01)):
if verbose:
print('Copying %s to %s...' % (source, target))
if os.path.exists(target):
# Make the file writable so that we can delete it now, and keep it
# readable.
os.chmod(target, stat.S_IWRITE | stat.S_IREAD)
shutil.copy2(source, target)
# Make the file writable so that we can overwrite or delete it later,
# keep it readable.
os.chmod(target, stat.S_IWRITE | stat.S_IREAD)
def _SortByHighestVersionNumberFirst(list_of_str_versions):
"""This sorts |list_of_str_versions| according to version number rules
so that version "1.12" is higher than version "1.9". Does not work
with non-numeric versions like 1.4.a8 which will be higher than
1.4.a12. It does handle the versions being embedded in file paths.
def to_int_if_int(x):
return int(x)
except ValueError:
return x
def to_number_sequence(x):
part_sequence = re.split(r'[\\/\.]', x)
return [to_int_if_int(x) for x in part_sequence]
list_of_str_versions.sort(key=to_number_sequence, reverse=True)
def _CopyUCRTRuntime(target_dir, source_dir, target_cpu, suffix):
"""Copy both the msvcp and vccorlib runtime DLLs, only if the target doesn't
exist, but the target directory does exist."""
if target_cpu == 'arm64':
# Windows ARM64 VCRuntime is located at {toolchain_root}/VC/Redist/MSVC/
# {x.y.z}/[debug_nonredist/]arm64/Microsoft.VC14x.CRT/.
# Select VC toolset directory based on Visual Studio version
vc_redist_root = FindVCRedistRoot()
if suffix.startswith('.'):
vc_toolset_dir = 'Microsoft.{}.CRT' \
source_dir = os.path.join(vc_redist_root,
'arm64', vc_toolset_dir)
vc_toolset_dir = 'Microsoft.{}.DebugCRT' \
source_dir = os.path.join(vc_redist_root, 'debug_nonredist',
'arm64', vc_toolset_dir)
file_parts = ('msvcp140', 'vccorlib140', 'vcruntime140')
if target_cpu == 'x64' and GetVisualStudioVersion() != '2017':
file_parts = file_parts + ('vcruntime140_1', )
for file_part in file_parts:
dll = file_part + suffix
target = os.path.join(target_dir, dll)
source = os.path.join(source_dir, dll)
_CopyRuntimeImpl(target, source)
# We must copy ucrtbased.dll for all CPU types. The rest of the Universal CRT
# is installed as part of the OS in Windows 10 and beyond.
if not suffix.startswith('.'):
win_sdk_dir = os.path.normpath(
'\\Windows Kits\\10')))
# ucrtbased.dll is located at {win_sdk_dir}/bin/{a.b.c.d}/{target_cpu}/
# ucrt/.
sdk_bin_root = os.path.join(win_sdk_dir, 'bin')
sdk_bin_sub_dirs = glob.glob(os.path.join(sdk_bin_root, '10.*'))
# Select the most recent SDK if there are multiple versions installed.
for directory in sdk_bin_sub_dirs:
sdk_redist_root_version = os.path.join(sdk_bin_root, directory)
if not os.path.isdir(sdk_redist_root_version):
source_dir = os.path.join(sdk_redist_root_version, target_cpu, 'ucrt')
if not os.path.isdir(source_dir):
_CopyRuntimeImpl(os.path.join(target_dir, 'ucrtbase' + suffix),
os.path.join(source_dir, 'ucrtbase' + suffix))
def FindVCComponentRoot(component):
"""Find the most recent Tools or Redist or other directory in an MSVC install.
Typical results are {toolchain_root}/VC/{component}/MSVC/{x.y.z}. The {x.y.z}
version number part changes frequently so the highest version number found is
assert ('GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH' in os.environ)
vc_component_msvc_root = os.path.join(os.environ['GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH'],
'VC', component, 'MSVC')
vc_component_msvc_contents = glob.glob(
os.path.join(vc_component_msvc_root, '14.*'))
# Select the most recent toolchain if there are several.
for directory in vc_component_msvc_contents:
if os.path.isdir(directory):
return directory
raise Exception('Unable to find the VC %s directory.' % component)
def FindVCRedistRoot():
"""In >=VS2017, Redist binaries are located in
This returns the '{toolchain_root}/VC/Redist/MSVC/{x.y.z}/' path.
return FindVCComponentRoot('Redist')
def _CopyRuntime(target_dir, source_dir, target_cpu, debug):
"""Copy the VS runtime DLLs, only if the target doesn't exist, but the target
directory does exist. Handles VS 2015, 2017 and 2019."""
suffix = 'd.dll' if debug else '.dll'
# VS 2015, 2017 and 2019 use the same CRT DLLs.
_CopyUCRTRuntime(target_dir, source_dir, target_cpu, suffix)
def CopyDlls(target_dir, configuration, target_cpu):
"""Copy the VS runtime DLLs into the requested directory as needed.
configuration is one of 'Debug' or 'Release'.
target_cpu is one of 'x86', 'x64' or 'arm64'.
The debug configuration gets both the debug and release DLLs; the
release config only the latter.
vs_runtime_dll_dirs = SetEnvironmentAndGetRuntimeDllDirs()
if not vs_runtime_dll_dirs:
x64_runtime, x86_runtime, arm64_runtime = vs_runtime_dll_dirs
if target_cpu == 'x64':
runtime_dir = x64_runtime
elif target_cpu == 'x86':
runtime_dir = x86_runtime
elif target_cpu == 'arm64':
runtime_dir = arm64_runtime
raise Exception('Unknown target_cpu: ' + target_cpu)
_CopyRuntime(target_dir, runtime_dir, target_cpu, debug=False)
if configuration == 'Debug':
_CopyRuntime(target_dir, runtime_dir, target_cpu, debug=True)
_CopyDebugger(target_dir, target_cpu)
if target_cpu == 'arm64':
target_dir = os.path.join(target_dir, 'win_clang_x64')
target_cpu = 'x64'
runtime_dir = x64_runtime
os.makedirs(target_dir, exist_ok=True)
_CopyRuntime(target_dir, runtime_dir, target_cpu, debug=False)
if configuration == 'Debug':
_CopyRuntime(target_dir, runtime_dir, target_cpu, debug=True)
_CopyDebugger(target_dir, target_cpu)
def _CopyDebugger(target_dir, target_cpu):
"""Copy dbghelp.dll, dbgcore.dll, and msdia140.dll into the requested
target_cpu is one of 'x86', 'x64' or 'arm64'.
dbghelp.dll is used when Chrome needs to symbolize stacks. Copying this file
from the SDK directory avoids using the system copy of dbghelp.dll which then
ensures compatibility with recent debug information formats, such as
large-page PDBs. Note that for these DLLs to be deployed to swarming bots they
also need to be listed in group("runtime_libs").
dbgcore.dll is needed when using some functions from dbghelp.dll (like
msdia140.dll is needed for tools like symupload.exe and dump_syms.exe.
win_sdk_dir = SetEnvironmentAndGetSDKDir()
if not win_sdk_dir:
# List of debug files that should be copied, the first element of the tuple is
# the name of the file and the second indicates if it's optional.
debug_files = [('dbghelp.dll', False), ('dbgcore.dll', True)]
for debug_file, is_optional in debug_files:
full_path = os.path.join(win_sdk_dir, 'Debuggers', target_cpu, debug_file)
if not os.path.exists(full_path):
if is_optional:
raise Exception('%s not found in "%s"\r\nYou must install '
'Windows 10 SDK version %s including the '
'"Debugging Tools for Windows" feature.' %
(debug_file, full_path, SDK_VERSION))
target_path = os.path.join(target_dir, debug_file)
_CopyRuntimeImpl(target_path, full_path)
# The x64 version of msdia140.dll is always used because symupload and
# dump_syms are always built as x64 binaries.
dia_path = os.path.join(NormalizePath(os.environ['GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH']),
'DIA SDK', 'bin', 'amd64', 'msdia140.dll')
_CopyRuntimeImpl(os.path.join(target_dir, 'msdia140.dll'), dia_path)
def _GetDesiredVsToolchainHashes():
"""Load a list of SHA1s corresponding to the toolchains that we want installed
to build with."""
# Third parties that do not have access to the canonical toolchain can map
# canonical toolchain version to their own toolchain versions.
toolchain_hash_mapping_key = 'GYP_MSVS_HASH_%s' % TOOLCHAIN_HASH
return [os.environ.get(toolchain_hash_mapping_key, TOOLCHAIN_HASH)]
def ShouldUpdateToolchain():
"""Check if the toolchain should be upgraded."""
if not os.path.exists(json_data_file):
return True
with open(json_data_file, 'r') as tempf:
toolchain_data = json.load(tempf)
version = toolchain_data['version']
env_version = GetVisualStudioVersion()
# If there's a mismatch between the version set in the environment and the one
# in the json file then the toolchain should be updated.
return version != env_version
def Update(force=False, no_download=False):
"""Requests an update of the toolchain to the specific hashes we have at
this revision. The update outputs a .json of the various configuration
information required to pass to gyp which we use in |GetToolchainDir()|.
If no_download is true then the toolchain will be configured if present but
will not be downloaded.
if force != False and force != '--force':
print('Unknown parameter "%s"' % force, file=sys.stderr)
return 1
if force == '--force' or os.path.exists(json_data_file):
force = True
depot_tools_win_toolchain = \
bool(int(os.environ.get('DEPOT_TOOLS_WIN_TOOLCHAIN', '1')))
if (_HostIsWindows() or force) and depot_tools_win_toolchain:
import find_depot_tools
depot_tools_path = find_depot_tools.add_depot_tools_to_path()
# On Linux, the file system is usually case-sensitive while the Windows
# SDK only works on case-insensitive file systems. If it doesn't already
# exist, set up a ciopfs fuse mount to put the SDK in a case-insensitive
# part of the file system.
toolchain_dir = os.path.join(depot_tools_path, 'win_toolchain', 'vs_files')
# For testing this block, unmount existing mounts with
# fusermount -u third_party/depot_tools/win_toolchain/vs_files
if sys.platform.startswith('linux') and not os.path.ismount(toolchain_dir):
ciopfs = shutil.which('ciopfs')
if not ciopfs:
# ciopfs not found in PATH; try the one downloaded from the DEPS hook.
ciopfs = os.path.join(script_dir, 'ciopfs')
if not os.path.isdir(toolchain_dir):
if not os.path.isdir(toolchain_dir + '.ciopfs'):
os.mkdir(toolchain_dir + '.ciopfs')
# Without use_ino, clang's #pragma once and Wnonportable-include-path
# both don't work right, see
# use_ino doesn't slow down builds, so it seems there's no drawback to
# just using it always.
ciopfs, '-o', 'use_ino', toolchain_dir + '.ciopfs', toolchain_dir])
get_toolchain_args = [
'--output-json', json_data_file,
] + _GetDesiredVsToolchainHashes()
if force:
if no_download:
return 0
def NormalizePath(path):
while path.endswith('\\'):
path = path[:-1]
return path
def SetEnvironmentAndGetSDKDir():
"""Gets location information about the current sdk (must have been
previously updated by 'update'). This is used for the GN build."""
# If WINDOWSSDKDIR is not set, search the default SDK path and set it.
if not 'WINDOWSSDKDIR' in os.environ:
default_sdk_path = os.path.expandvars('%ProgramFiles(x86)%'
'\\Windows Kits\\10')
if os.path.isdir(default_sdk_path):
os.environ['WINDOWSSDKDIR'] = default_sdk_path
return NormalizePath(os.environ['WINDOWSSDKDIR'])
def GetToolchainDir():
"""Gets location information about the current toolchain (must have been
previously updated by 'update'). This is used for the GN build."""
runtime_dll_dirs = SetEnvironmentAndGetRuntimeDllDirs()
win_sdk_dir = SetEnvironmentAndGetSDKDir()
print('''vs_path = %s
sdk_version = %s
sdk_path = %s
vs_version = %s
wdk_dir = %s
runtime_dirs = %s
''' % (ToGNString(NormalizePath(
ToGNString(win_sdk_dir), ToGNString(GetVisualStudioVersion()),
ToGNString(NormalizePath(os.environ.get('WDK_DIR', ''))),
ToGNString(os.path.pathsep.join(runtime_dll_dirs or ['None']))))
def main():
commands = {
'update': Update,
'get_toolchain_dir': GetToolchainDir,
'copy_dlls': CopyDlls,
if len(sys.argv) < 2 or sys.argv[1] not in commands:
print('Expected one of: %s' % ', '.join(commands), file=sys.stderr)
return 1
return commands[sys.argv[1]](*sys.argv[2:])
if __name__ == '__main__':