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# Copyright 2015 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.
# Toolchain-related configuration that may be needed outside the context of the
# toolchain() rules themselves.
import("//build/config/chrome_build.gni")
import("//build_overrides/build.gni")
declare_args() {
# If this is set to true, or if LLVM_FORCE_HEAD_REVISION is set to 1
# in the environment, we use the revision in the llvm repo to determine
# the CLANG_REVISION to use, instead of the version hard-coded into
# //tools/clang/scripts/update.py. This should only be used in
# conjunction with setting LLVM_FORCE_HEAD_REVISION in the
# environment when `gclient runhooks` is run as well.
llvm_force_head_revision = false
# Compile with Xcode version of clang instead of hermetic version shipped
# with the build. Used to be used iOS for official builds, but is now off by
# default for all configurations.
use_xcode_clang = false
# Used for binary size analysis.
generate_linker_map = is_android && is_official_build
}
if (generate_linker_map) {
assert(
is_official_build,
"Linker map files should only be generated when is_official_build = true")
assert(current_os == "android" || current_os == "linux" ||
target_os == "android" || target_os == "linux" ||
target_os == "chromeos",
"Linker map files should only be generated for Android, Linux, " +
"or ChromeOS.")
}
declare_args() {
# Clang compiler version. Clang files are placed at version-dependent paths.
clang_version = "12.0.0"
}
# Check target_os here instead of is_ios as this file is loaded for secondary
# toolchain (host toolchain in particular) but the argument is the same for
# all toolchains.
assert(!use_xcode_clang || target_os == "ios",
"Using Xcode's clang is only supported in iOS builds")
# Extension for shared library files (including leading dot).
if (is_apple) {
shlib_extension = ".dylib"
} else if (is_android && is_component_build) {
# By appending .cr, we prevent name collisions with libraries already
# loaded by the Android zygote.
shlib_extension = ".cr.so"
} else if (is_posix || is_fuchsia) {
shlib_extension = ".so"
} else if (is_win) {
shlib_extension = ".dll"
} else {
assert(false, "Platform not supported")
}
# Prefix for shared library files.
if (is_posix || is_fuchsia) {
shlib_prefix = "lib"
} else {
shlib_prefix = ""
}
# Directory for shared library files.
if (is_fuchsia) {
shlib_subdir = "/lib"
} else {
shlib_subdir = ""
}
# While other "tool"s in a toolchain are specific to the target of that
# toolchain, the "stamp" and "copy" tools are really generic to the host;
# but each toolchain must define them separately. GN doesn't allow a
# template instantiation inside a toolchain definition, so some boilerplate
# has to be repeated in each toolchain to define these two tools. These
# four variables reduce the duplication in that boilerplate.
stamp_description = "STAMP {{output}}"
copy_description = "COPY {{source}} {{output}}"
if (host_os == "win") {
_tool_wrapper_path =
rebase_path("//build/toolchain/win/tool_wrapper.py", root_build_dir)
stamp_command = "cmd /c type nul > \"{{output}}\""
copy_command =
"$python_path $_tool_wrapper_path recursive-mirror {{source}} {{output}}"
} else {
stamp_command = "touch {{output}}"
copy_command = "ln -f {{source}} {{output}} 2>/dev/null || (rm -rf {{output}} && cp -af {{source}} {{output}})"
}
# This variable is true if the current toolchain is one of the target
# toolchains, i.e. a toolchain which is being used to build the main Chrome
# binary. This generally means "not the host toolchain", but in the case where
# we're targeting the host it's true then as well. We do require current_os to
# match target_os so that for example we avoid considering Android as a target
# toolchain when targeting CrOS.
is_a_target_toolchain =
(current_toolchain != host_toolchain ||
default_toolchain == host_toolchain) && current_os == target_os