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# Copyright 2016 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.
import argparse
import collections
import contextlib
import fnmatch
import hashlib
import logging
import os
import platform
import posixpath
import shutil
import string
import subprocess
import sys
import tempfile
THIS_DIR = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__))
ROOT_DIR = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(THIS_DIR, '..'))
DEVNULL = open(os.devnull, 'w')
IS_WIN = sys.platform.startswith('win')
BAT_EXT = '.bat' if IS_WIN else ''
# Top-level stubs to generate that fall through to executables within the Git
# directory.
'git.bat': 'cmd\\git.exe',
'gitk.bat': 'cmd\\gitk.exe',
'ssh.bat': 'usr\\bin\\ssh.exe',
'ssh-keygen.bat': 'usr\\bin\\ssh-keygen.exe',
# Accumulated template parameters for generated stubs.
class Template(collections.namedtuple('Template', (
def empty(cls):
return cls(**{k: None for k in cls._fields})
def maybe_install(self, name, dst_path):
"""Installs template |name| to |dst_path| if it has changed.
This loads the template |name| from THIS_DIR, resolves template parameters,
and installs it to |dst_path|. See `maybe_update` for more information.
name (str): The name of the template to install.
dst_path (str): The destination filesystem path.
Returns (bool): True if |dst_path| was updated, False otherwise.
template_path = os.path.join(THIS_DIR, name)
with open(template_path, 'r', encoding='utf8') as fd:
t = string.Template(
return maybe_update(t.safe_substitute(self._asdict()), dst_path)
def maybe_update(content, dst_path):
"""Writes |content| to |dst_path| if |dst_path| does not already match.
This function will ensure that there is a file at |dst_path| containing
|content|. If |dst_path| already exists and contains |content|, no operation
will be performed, preserving filesystem modification times and avoiding
potential write contention.
content (str): The file content.
dst_path (str): The destination filesystem path.
Returns (bool): True if |dst_path| was updated, False otherwise.
# If the path already exists and matches the new content, refrain from writing
# a new one.
if os.path.exists(dst_path):
with open(dst_path, 'r', encoding='utf-8') as fd:
if == content:
return False
logging.debug('Updating %r', dst_path)
with open(dst_path, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as fd:
os.chmod(dst_path, 0o755)
return True
def maybe_copy(src_path, dst_path):
"""Writes the content of |src_path| to |dst_path| if needed.
See `maybe_update` for more information.
src_path (str): The content source filesystem path.
dst_path (str): The destination filesystem path.
Returns (bool): True if |dst_path| was updated, False otherwise.
with open(src_path, 'r', encoding='utf-8') as fd:
content =
return maybe_update(content, dst_path)
def call_if_outdated(stamp_path, stamp_version, fn):
"""Invokes |fn| if the stamp at |stamp_path| doesn't match |stamp_version|.
This can be used to keep a filesystem record of whether an operation has been
performed. The record is stored at |stamp_path|. To invalidate a record,
change the value of |stamp_version|.
After |fn| completes successfully, |stamp_path| will be updated to match
|stamp_version|, preventing the same update from happening in the future.
stamp_path (str): The filesystem path of the stamp file.
stamp_version (str): The desired stamp version.
fn (callable): A callable to invoke if the current stamp version doesn't
match |stamp_version|.
Returns (bool): True if an update occurred.
stamp_version = stamp_version.strip()
if os.path.isfile(stamp_path):
with open(stamp_path, 'r', encoding='utf-8') as fd:
current_version =
if current_version == stamp_version:
return False
with open(stamp_path, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as fd:
return True
def _in_use(path):
"""Checks if a Windows file is in use.
When Windows is using an executable, it prevents other writers from
modifying or deleting that executable. We can safely test for an in-use
file by opening it in write mode and checking whether or not there was
an error.
Returns (bool): True if the file was in use, False if not.
with open(path, 'r+'):
return False
except IOError:
return True
def _toolchain_in_use(toolchain_path):
"""Returns (bool): True if a toolchain rooted at |path| is in use.
# Look for Python files that may be in use.
for python_dir in (
os.path.join(toolchain_path, 'python', 'bin'), # CIPD
toolchain_path, # Legacy ZIP distributions.
for component in (
os.path.join(python_dir, 'python.exe'),
os.path.join(python_dir, 'DLLs', 'unicodedata.pyd'),
if os.path.isfile(component) and _in_use(component):
return True
# Look for Pytho:n 3 files that may be in use.
python_dir = os.path.join(toolchain_path, 'python3', 'bin')
for component in (
os.path.join(python_dir, 'python3.exe'),
os.path.join(python_dir, 'DLLs', 'unicodedata.pyd'),
if os.path.isfile(component) and _in_use(component):
return True
return False
def _check_call(argv, stdin_input=None, **kwargs):
"""Wrapper for subprocess.check_call that adds logging."""'running %r', argv)
if stdin_input is not None:
kwargs['stdin'] = subprocess.PIPE
proc = subprocess.Popen(argv, **kwargs)
if proc.returncode:
raise subprocess.CalledProcessError(proc.returncode, argv, None)
def _safe_rmtree(path):
if not os.path.exists(path):
def _make_writable_and_remove(path):
st = os.stat(path)
new_mode = st.st_mode | 0o200
if st.st_mode == new_mode:
return False
os.chmod(path, new_mode)
return True
except Exception:
return False
def _on_error(function, path, excinfo):
if not _make_writable_and_remove(path):
logging.warning('Failed to %s: %s (%s)', function, path, excinfo)
shutil.rmtree(path, onerror=_on_error)
def clean_up_old_installations(skip_dir):
"""Removes Python installations other than |skip_dir|.
This includes an "in-use" check against the "python.exe" in a given directory
to avoid removing Python executables that are currently ruinning. We need
this because our Python bootstrap may be run after (and by) other software
that is using the bootstrapped Python!
root_contents = os.listdir(ROOT_DIR)
for f in ('win_tools-*_bin', 'python27*_bin', 'git-*_bin', 'bootstrap-*_bin'):
for entry in fnmatch.filter(root_contents, f):
full_entry = os.path.join(ROOT_DIR, entry)
if full_entry == skip_dir or not os.path.isdir(full_entry):
continue'Cleaning up old installation %r', entry)
if not _toolchain_in_use(full_entry):
else:'Toolchain at %r is in-use; skipping', full_entry)
# Version of "git_postprocess" system configuration (see |git_postprocess|).
def git_get_mingw_dir(git_directory):
"""Returns (str) The "mingw" directory in a Git installation, or None."""
for candidate in ('mingw64', 'mingw32'):
mingw_dir = os.path.join(git_directory, candidate)
if os.path.isdir(mingw_dir):
return mingw_dir
return None
def git_postprocess(template, git_directory):
# Update depot_tools files for "git help <command>"
mingw_dir = git_get_mingw_dir(git_directory)
if mingw_dir:
docsrc = os.path.join(ROOT_DIR, 'man', 'html')
git_docs_dir = os.path.join(mingw_dir, 'share', 'doc', 'git-doc')
for name in os.listdir(docsrc):
os.path.join(docsrc, name),
os.path.join(git_docs_dir, name))
else:'Could not find mingw directory for %r.', git_directory)
# Create Git templates and configure its base layout.
for stub_name, relpath in WIN_GIT_STUBS.items():
stub_template = template._replace(GIT_PROGRAM=relpath)
os.path.join(ROOT_DIR, stub_name))
# Set-up our system configuration environment. The following set of
# parameters is versioned by "GIT_POSTPROCESS_VERSION". If they change,
# update "GIT_POSTPROCESS_VERSION" accordingly.
def configure_git_system():
git_bat_path = os.path.join(ROOT_DIR, 'git.bat')
_check_call([git_bat_path, 'config', '--system', 'core.autocrlf', 'false'])
_check_call([git_bat_path, 'config', '--system', 'core.filemode', 'false'])
_check_call([git_bat_path, 'config', '--system', 'core.preloadindex',
_check_call([git_bat_path, 'config', '--system', 'core.fscache', 'true'])
_check_call([git_bat_path, 'config', '--system', 'protocol.version', '2'])
os.path.join(git_directory, '.git_postprocess'),
def main(argv):
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument('--verbose', action='store_true')
parser.add_argument('--bootstrap-name', required=True,
help='The directory of the Python installation.')
args = parser.parse_args(argv)
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG if args.verbose else logging.WARN)
template = Template.empty()._replace(
PYTHON_RELDIR=os.path.join(args.bootstrap_name, 'python'),
PYTHON_BIN_RELDIR=os.path.join(args.bootstrap_name, 'python', 'bin'),
args.bootstrap_name, 'python', 'bin'),
PYTHON3_BIN_RELDIR=os.path.join(args.bootstrap_name, 'python3', 'bin'),
args.bootstrap_name, 'python3', 'bin'),
GIT_BIN_RELDIR=os.path.join(args.bootstrap_name, 'git'),
GIT_BIN_RELDIR_UNIX=posixpath.join(args.bootstrap_name, 'git'))
bootstrap_dir = os.path.join(ROOT_DIR, args.bootstrap_name)
# Clean up any old Python and Git installations.
if IS_WIN:
git_postprocess(template, os.path.join(bootstrap_dir, 'git'))
templates = [
('', 'git-bash', ROOT_DIR),
('python27.bat', 'python.bat', ROOT_DIR),
('python3.bat', 'python3.bat', ROOT_DIR),
for src_name, dst_name, dst_dir in templates:
# Re-evaluate and regenerate our root templated files.
template.maybe_install(src_name, os.path.join(dst_dir, dst_name))
# Emit our Python bin depot-tools-relative directory. This is read by
# python.bat, python3.bat, vpython[.bat] and vpython3[.bat] to identify the
# path of the current Python installation.
# We use this indirection so that upgrades can change this pointer to
# redirect "python.bat" to a new Python installation. We can't just update
# "python.bat" because batch file executions reload the batch file and seek
# to the previous cursor in between every command, so changing the batch
# file contents could invalidate any existing executions.
# The intention is that the batch file itself never needs to change when
# switching Python versions.
os.path.join(ROOT_DIR, 'python_bin_reldir.txt'))
os.path.join(ROOT_DIR, 'python3_bin_reldir.txt'))
return 0
if __name__ == '__main__':