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# Copyright (c) 2012 Google Inc. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""
TestGyp.py: a testing framework for GYP integration tests.
"""
from __future__ import print_function
import collections
import errno
import itertools
import os
import re
import shutil
import subprocess
import sys
import tempfile
from contextlib import contextmanager
import TestCmd
import TestCommon
from TestCommon import __all__
__all__.extend([
'TestGyp',
])
def remove_debug_line_numbers(contents):
"""Function to remove the line numbers from the debug output
of gyp and thus reduce the extreme fragility of the stdout
comparison tests.
"""
lines = contents.splitlines()
# split each line on ":"
lines = [l.split(":", 3) for l in lines]
# join each line back together while ignoring the
# 3rd column which is the line number
lines = [len(l) > 3 and ":".join(l[3:]) or l for l in lines]
return "\n".join(lines)
def match_modulo_line_numbers(contents_a, contents_b):
"""File contents matcher that ignores line numbers."""
contents_a = remove_debug_line_numbers(contents_a)
contents_b = remove_debug_line_numbers(contents_b)
return TestCommon.match_exact(contents_a, contents_b)
@contextmanager
def LocalEnv(local_env):
"""Context manager to provide a local OS environment."""
old_env = os.environ.copy()
os.environ.update(local_env)
try:
yield
finally:
os.environ.clear()
os.environ.update(old_env)
class TestGypBase(TestCommon.TestCommon):
"""
Class for controlling end-to-end tests of gyp generators.
Instantiating this class will create a temporary directory and
arrange for its destruction (via the TestCmd superclass) and
copy all of the non-gyptest files in the directory hierarchy of the
executing script.
The default behavior is to test the 'gyp' or 'gyp.bat' file in the
current directory. An alternative may be specified explicitly on
instantiation, or by setting the TESTGYP_GYP environment variable.
This class should be subclassed for each supported gyp generator
(format). Various abstract methods below define calling signatures
used by the test scripts to invoke builds on the generated build
configuration and to run executables generated by those builds.
"""
formats = []
build_tool = None
build_tool_list = []
_exe = TestCommon.exe_suffix
_obj = TestCommon.obj_suffix
shobj_ = TestCommon.shobj_prefix
_shobj = TestCommon.shobj_suffix
lib_ = TestCommon.lib_prefix
_lib = TestCommon.lib_suffix
dll_ = TestCommon.dll_prefix
_dll = TestCommon.dll_suffix
module_ = TestCommon.module_prefix
_module = TestCommon.module_suffix
# Constants to represent different targets.
ALL = '__all__'
DEFAULT = '__default__'
# Constants for different target types.
EXECUTABLE = '__executable__'
STATIC_LIB = '__static_lib__'
SHARED_LIB = '__shared_lib__'
LOADABLE_MODULE = '__loadable_module__'
def __init__(self, gyp=None, *args, **kw):
self.origin_cwd = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0]))
self.extra_args = sys.argv[1:]
if not gyp:
gyp = os.environ.get('TESTGYP_GYP')
if not gyp:
if sys.platform == 'win32':
gyp = 'gyp.bat'
else:
gyp = 'gyp'
self.gyp = os.path.abspath(gyp)
self.no_parallel = False
self.formats = [self.format]
self.initialize_build_tool()
kw.setdefault('match', TestCommon.match_exact)
# Put test output in out/testworkarea by default.
# Use temporary names so there are no collisions.
workdir = os.path.join('out', kw.get('workdir', 'testworkarea'))
# Create work area if it doesn't already exist.
if not os.path.isdir(workdir):
os.makedirs(workdir)
kw['workdir'] = tempfile.mktemp(prefix='testgyp.', dir=workdir)
formats = kw.pop('formats', [])
super(TestGypBase, self).__init__(*args, **kw)
real_format = self.format.split('-')[-1]
excluded_formats = set([f for f in formats if f[0] == '!'])
included_formats = set(formats) - excluded_formats
if ('!'+real_format in excluded_formats or
included_formats and real_format not in included_formats):
msg = 'Invalid test for %r format; skipping test.\n'
self.skip_test(msg % self.format)
self.copy_test_configuration(self.origin_cwd, self.workdir)
self.set_configuration(None)
# Set $HOME so that gyp doesn't read the user's actual
# ~/.gyp/include.gypi file, which may contain variables
# and other settings that would change the output.
os.environ['HOME'] = self.workpath()
# Clear $GYP_DEFINES for the same reason.
if 'GYP_DEFINES' in os.environ:
del os.environ['GYP_DEFINES']
# Override the user's language settings, which could
# otherwise make the output vary from what is expected.
os.environ['LC_ALL'] = 'C'
def built_file_must_exist(self, name, type=None, **kw):
"""
Fails the test if the specified built file name does not exist.
"""
return self.must_exist(self.built_file_path(name, type, **kw))
def built_file_must_not_exist(self, name, type=None, **kw):
"""
Fails the test if the specified built file name exists.
"""
return self.must_not_exist(self.built_file_path(name, type, **kw))
def built_file_must_match(self, name, contents, **kw):
"""
Fails the test if the contents of the specified built file name
do not match the specified contents.
"""
return self.must_match(self.built_file_path(name, **kw), contents)
def built_file_must_not_match(self, name, contents, **kw):
"""
Fails the test if the contents of the specified built file name
match the specified contents.
"""
return self.must_not_match(self.built_file_path(name, **kw), contents)
def built_file_must_not_contain(self, name, contents, **kw):
"""
Fails the test if the specified built file name contains the specified
contents.
"""
return self.must_not_contain(self.built_file_path(name, **kw), contents)
def copy_test_configuration(self, source_dir, dest_dir):
"""
Copies the test configuration from the specified source_dir
(the directory in which the test script lives) to the
specified dest_dir (a temporary working directory).
This ignores all files and directories that begin with
the string 'gyptest', and all '.svn' subdirectories.
"""
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(source_dir):
if '.svn' in dirs:
dirs.remove('.svn')
dirs = [ d for d in dirs if not d.startswith('gyptest') ]
files = [ f for f in files if not f.startswith('gyptest') ]
for dirname in dirs:
source = os.path.join(root, dirname)
destination = source.replace(source_dir, dest_dir)
os.mkdir(destination)
if sys.platform != 'win32':
shutil.copystat(source, destination)
for filename in files:
source = os.path.join(root, filename)
destination = source.replace(source_dir, dest_dir)
shutil.copy2(source, destination)
# The gyp tests are run with HOME pointing to |dest_dir| to provide an
# hermetic environment. Symlink login.keychain and the 'Provisioning
# Profiles' folder to allow codesign to access to the data required for
# signing binaries.
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
old_keychain = GetDefaultKeychainPath()
old_provisioning_profiles = os.path.join(
os.environ['HOME'], 'Library', 'MobileDevice',
'Provisioning Profiles')
new_keychain = os.path.join(dest_dir, 'Library', 'Keychains')
MakeDirs(new_keychain)
os.symlink(old_keychain, os.path.join(new_keychain, 'login.keychain'))
if os.path.exists(old_provisioning_profiles):
new_provisioning_profiles = os.path.join(
dest_dir, 'Library', 'MobileDevice')
MakeDirs(new_provisioning_profiles)
os.symlink(old_provisioning_profiles,
os.path.join(new_provisioning_profiles, 'Provisioning Profiles'))
def initialize_build_tool(self):
"""
Initializes the .build_tool attribute.
Searches the .build_tool_list for an executable name on the user's
$PATH. The first tool on the list is used as-is if nothing is found
on the current $PATH.
"""
for build_tool in self.build_tool_list:
if not build_tool:
continue
if os.path.isabs(build_tool):
self.build_tool = build_tool
return
build_tool = self.where_is(build_tool)
if build_tool:
self.build_tool = build_tool
return
if self.build_tool_list:
self.build_tool = self.build_tool_list[0]
def relocate(self, source, destination):
"""
Renames (relocates) the specified source (usually a directory)
to the specified destination, creating the destination directory
first if necessary.
Note: Don't use this as a generic "rename" operation. In the
future, "relocating" parts of a GYP tree may affect the state of
the test to modify the behavior of later method calls.
"""
destination_dir = os.path.dirname(destination)
if not os.path.exists(destination_dir):
self.subdir(destination_dir)
os.rename(source, destination)
def report_not_up_to_date(self):
"""
Reports that a build is not up-to-date.
This provides common reporting for formats that have complicated
conditions for checking whether a build is up-to-date. Formats
that expect exact output from the command (make) can
just set stdout= when they call the run_build() method.
"""
print("Build is not up-to-date:")
print(self.banner('STDOUT '))
print(self.stdout())
stderr = self.stderr()
if stderr:
print(self.banner('STDERR '))
print(stderr)
def run_gyp(self, gyp_file, *args, **kw):
"""
Runs gyp against the specified gyp_file with the specified args.
"""
# When running gyp, and comparing its output we use a comparitor
# that ignores the line numbers that gyp logs in its debug output.
if kw.pop('ignore_line_numbers', False):
kw.setdefault('match', match_modulo_line_numbers)
# TODO: --depth=. works around Chromium-specific tree climbing.
depth = kw.pop('depth', '.')
run_args = ['--depth='+depth]
run_args.extend(['--format='+f for f in self.formats])
run_args.append(gyp_file)
if self.no_parallel:
run_args += ['--no-parallel']
# TODO: if extra_args contains a '--build' flag
# we really want that to only apply to the last format (self.format).
run_args.extend(self.extra_args)
# Default xcode_ninja_target_pattern to ^.*$ to fix xcode-ninja tests
xcode_ninja_target_pattern = kw.pop('xcode_ninja_target_pattern', '.*')
if self is TestGypXcodeNinja:
run_args.extend(
['-G', 'xcode_ninja_target_pattern=%s' % xcode_ninja_target_pattern])
run_args.extend(args)
return self.run(program=self.gyp, arguments=run_args, **kw)
def run(self, *args, **kw):
"""
Executes a program by calling the superclass .run() method.
This exists to provide a common place to filter out keyword
arguments implemented in this layer, without having to update
the tool-specific subclasses or clutter the tests themselves
with platform-specific code.
"""
if 'SYMROOT' in kw:
del kw['SYMROOT']
super(TestGypBase, self).run(*args, **kw)
def set_configuration(self, configuration):
"""
Sets the configuration, to be used for invoking the build
tool and testing potential built output.
"""
self.configuration = configuration
def configuration_dirname(self):
if self.configuration:
return self.configuration.split('|')[0]
else:
return 'Default'
def configuration_buildname(self):
if self.configuration:
return self.configuration
else:
return 'Default'
#
# Abstract methods to be defined by format-specific subclasses.
#
def build(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
"""
Runs a build of the specified target against the configuration
generated from the specified gyp_file.
A 'target' argument of None or the special value TestGyp.DEFAULT
specifies the default argument for the underlying build tool.
A 'target' argument of TestGyp.ALL specifies the 'all' target
(if any) of the underlying build tool.
"""
raise NotImplementedError
def built_file_path(self, name, type=None, **kw):
"""
Returns a path to the specified file name, of the specified type.
"""
raise NotImplementedError
def built_file_basename(self, name, type=None, **kw):
"""
Returns the base name of the specified file name, of the specified type.
A bare=True keyword argument specifies that prefixes and suffixes shouldn't
be applied.
"""
if not kw.get('bare'):
if type == self.EXECUTABLE:
name = name + self._exe
elif type == self.STATIC_LIB:
name = self.lib_ + name + self._lib
elif type == self.SHARED_LIB:
name = self.dll_ + name + self._dll
elif type == self.LOADABLE_MODULE:
name = self.module_ + name + self._module
return name
def run_built_executable(self, name, *args, **kw):
"""
Runs an executable program built from a gyp-generated configuration.
The specified name should be independent of any particular generator.
Subclasses should find the output executable in the appropriate
output build directory, tack on any necessary executable suffix, etc.
"""
raise NotImplementedError
def up_to_date(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
"""
Verifies that a build of the specified target is up to date.
The subclass should implement this by calling build()
(or a reasonable equivalent), checking whatever conditions
will tell it the build was an "up to date" null build, and
failing if it isn't.
"""
raise NotImplementedError
class TestGypGypd(TestGypBase):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP 'gypd' generator (spit out the
internal data structure as pretty-printed Python).
"""
format = 'gypd'
def __init__(self, gyp=None, *args, **kw):
super(TestGypGypd, self).__init__(*args, **kw)
# gypd implies the use of 'golden' files, so parallelizing conflicts as it
# causes ordering changes.
self.no_parallel = True
class TestGypCustom(TestGypBase):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP with custom generator
"""
def __init__(self, gyp=None, *args, **kw):
self.format = kw.pop("format")
super(TestGypCustom, self).__init__(*args, **kw)
class TestGypCMake(TestGypBase):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP CMake generator, using cmake's ninja backend.
"""
format = 'cmake'
build_tool_list = ['cmake']
ALL = 'all'
def cmake_build(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
arguments = kw.get('arguments', [])[:]
self.build_tool_list = ['cmake']
self.initialize_build_tool()
chdir = os.path.join(kw.get('chdir', '.'),
'out',
self.configuration_dirname())
kw['chdir'] = chdir
arguments.append('-G')
arguments.append('Ninja')
kw['arguments'] = arguments
stderr = kw.get('stderr', None)
if stderr:
kw['stderr'] = stderr.split('$$$')[0]
self.run(program=self.build_tool, **kw)
def ninja_build(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
arguments = kw.get('arguments', [])[:]
self.build_tool_list = ['ninja']
self.initialize_build_tool()
# Add a -C output/path to the command line.
arguments.append('-C')
arguments.append(os.path.join('out', self.configuration_dirname()))
if target not in (None, self.DEFAULT):
arguments.append(target)
kw['arguments'] = arguments
stderr = kw.get('stderr', None)
if stderr:
stderrs = stderr.split('$$$')
kw['stderr'] = stderrs[1] if len(stderrs) > 1 else ''
return self.run(program=self.build_tool, **kw)
def build(self, gyp_file, target=None, status=0, **kw):
# Two tools must be run to build, cmake and the ninja.
# Allow cmake to succeed when the overall expectation is to fail.
if status is None:
kw['status'] = None
else:
if not isinstance(status, collections.Iterable): status = (status,)
kw['status'] = list(itertools.chain((0,), status))
self.cmake_build(gyp_file, target, **kw)
kw['status'] = status
self.ninja_build(gyp_file, target, **kw)
def run_built_executable(self, name, *args, **kw):
# Enclosing the name in a list avoids prepending the original dir.
program = [self.built_file_path(name, type=self.EXECUTABLE, **kw)]
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
os.environ['DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = os.path.join('out', configuration)
return self.run(program=program, *args, **kw)
def built_file_path(self, name, type=None, **kw):
result = []
chdir = kw.get('chdir')
if chdir:
result.append(chdir)
result.append('out')
result.append(self.configuration_dirname())
if type == self.STATIC_LIB:
if sys.platform != 'darwin':
result.append('obj.target')
elif type == self.SHARED_LIB:
if sys.platform != 'darwin' and sys.platform != 'win32':
result.append('lib.target')
subdir = kw.get('subdir')
if subdir and type != self.SHARED_LIB:
result.append(subdir)
result.append(self.built_file_basename(name, type, **kw))
return self.workpath(*result)
def up_to_date(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
result = self.ninja_build(gyp_file, target, **kw)
if not result:
stdout = self.stdout()
if 'ninja: no work to do' not in stdout:
self.report_not_up_to_date()
self.fail_test()
return result
class TestGypMake(TestGypBase):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP Make generator.
"""
format = 'make'
build_tool_list = ['make']
ALL = 'all'
def build(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
"""
Runs a Make build using the Makefiles generated from the specified
gyp_file.
"""
arguments = kw.get('arguments', [])[:]
if self.configuration:
arguments.append('BUILDTYPE=' + self.configuration)
if target not in (None, self.DEFAULT):
arguments.append(target)
# Sub-directory builds provide per-gyp Makefiles (i.e.
# Makefile.gyp_filename), so use that if there is no Makefile.
chdir = kw.get('chdir', '')
if not os.path.exists(os.path.join(chdir, 'Makefile')):
print("NO Makefile in " + os.path.join(chdir, 'Makefile'))
arguments.insert(0, '-f')
arguments.insert(1, os.path.splitext(gyp_file)[0] + '.Makefile')
kw['arguments'] = arguments
return self.run(program=self.build_tool, **kw)
def up_to_date(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
"""
Verifies that a build of the specified Make target is up to date.
"""
if target in (None, self.DEFAULT):
message_target = 'all'
else:
message_target = target
kw['stdout'] = "make: Nothing to be done for `%s'.\n" % message_target
return self.build(gyp_file, target, **kw)
def run_built_executable(self, name, *args, **kw):
"""
Runs an executable built by Make.
"""
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
libdir = os.path.join('out', configuration, 'lib')
# TODO(piman): when everything is cross-compile safe, remove lib.target
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
# Mac puts target shared libraries right in the product directory.
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
os.environ['DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = (
libdir + '.host:' + os.path.join('out', configuration))
else:
os.environ['LD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = libdir + '.host:' + libdir + '.target'
# Enclosing the name in a list avoids prepending the original dir.
program = [self.built_file_path(name, type=self.EXECUTABLE, **kw)]
return self.run(program=program, *args, **kw)
def built_file_path(self, name, type=None, **kw):
"""
Returns a path to the specified file name, of the specified type,
as built by Make.
Built files are in the subdirectory 'out/{configuration}'.
The default is 'out/Default'.
A chdir= keyword argument specifies the source directory
relative to which the output subdirectory can be found.
"type" values of STATIC_LIB or SHARED_LIB append the necessary
prefixes and suffixes to a platform-independent library base name.
A subdir= keyword argument specifies a library subdirectory within
the default 'obj.target'.
"""
result = []
chdir = kw.get('chdir')
if chdir:
result.append(chdir)
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
result.extend(['out', configuration])
if type == self.STATIC_LIB and sys.platform != 'darwin':
result.append('obj.target')
elif type == self.SHARED_LIB and sys.platform != 'darwin':
result.append('lib.target')
subdir = kw.get('subdir')
if subdir and type != self.SHARED_LIB:
result.append(subdir)
result.append(self.built_file_basename(name, type, **kw))
return self.workpath(*result)
def ConvertToCygpath(path):
"""Convert to cygwin path if we are using cygwin."""
if sys.platform == 'cygwin':
p = subprocess.Popen(['cygpath', path], stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
path = p.communicate()[0].strip()
return path
def MakeDirs(new_dir):
"""A wrapper around os.makedirs() that emulates "mkdir -p"."""
try:
os.makedirs(new_dir)
except OSError as e:
if e.errno != errno.EEXIST:
raise
def GetDefaultKeychainPath():
"""Get the keychain path, for used before updating HOME."""
assert sys.platform == 'darwin'
# Format is:
# $ security default-keychain
# "/Some/Path/To/default.keychain"
path = subprocess.check_output(['security', 'default-keychain']).decode(
'utf-8', 'ignore').strip()
return path[1:-1]
def FindMSBuildInstallation(msvs_version = 'auto'):
"""Returns path to MSBuild for msvs_version or latest available.
Looks in the registry to find install location of MSBuild.
MSBuild before v4.0 will not build c++ projects, so only use newer versions.
"""
import TestWin
registry = TestWin.Registry()
msvs_to_msbuild = {
'2013': r'12.0',
'2012': r'4.0', # Really v4.0.30319 which comes with .NET 4.5.
'2010': r'4.0'}
msbuild_basekey = r'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSBuild\ToolsVersions'
if not registry.KeyExists(msbuild_basekey):
print('Error: could not find MSBuild base registry entry')
return None
msbuild_version = None
if msvs_version in msvs_to_msbuild:
msbuild_test_version = msvs_to_msbuild[msvs_version]
if registry.KeyExists(msbuild_basekey + '\\' + msbuild_test_version):
msbuild_version = msbuild_test_version
else:
print('Warning: Environment variable GYP_MSVS_VERSION specifies "%s" '
'but corresponding MSBuild "%s" was not found.' %
(msvs_version, msbuild_version))
if not msbuild_version:
for msvs_version in sorted(msvs_to_msbuild, reverse=True):
msbuild_test_version = msvs_to_msbuild[msvs_version]
if registry.KeyExists(msbuild_basekey + '\\' + msbuild_test_version):
msbuild_version = msbuild_test_version
break
if not msbuild_version:
print('Error: could not find MSBuild registry entry')
return None
msbuild_path = registry.GetValue(msbuild_basekey + '\\' + msbuild_version,
'MSBuildToolsPath')
if not msbuild_path:
print('Error: could not get MSBuild registry entry value')
return None
return os.path.join(msbuild_path, 'MSBuild.exe')
def FindVisualStudioInstallation():
"""Returns appropriate values for .build_tool and .uses_msbuild fields
of TestGypBase for Visual Studio.
We use the value specified by GYP_MSVS_VERSION. If not specified, we
search %PATH% and %PATHEXT% for a devenv.{exe,bat,...} executable.
Failing that, we search for likely deployment paths.
"""
override_build_tool = os.environ.get('GYP_BUILD_TOOL')
if override_build_tool:
return override_build_tool, True, override_build_tool
possible_roots = ['%s:\\Program Files%s' % (chr(drive), suffix)
for drive in range(ord('C'), ord('Z') + 1)
for suffix in ['', ' (x86)']]
possible_paths = {
'2017': r'Microsoft Visual Studio\2017',
'2015': r'Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com',
'2013': r'Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com',
'2012': r'Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com',
'2010': r'Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com',
'2008': r'Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.com',
'2005': r'Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE\devenv.com'}
possible_roots = [ConvertToCygpath(r) for r in possible_roots]
msvs_version = 'auto'
for flag in (f for f in sys.argv if f.startswith('msvs_version=')):
msvs_version = flag.split('=')[-1]
msvs_version = os.environ.get('GYP_MSVS_VERSION', msvs_version)
if msvs_version in ['2017', 'auto']:
msbuild_exes = []
try:
path = possible_paths['2017']
for r in possible_roots:
build_tool = os.path.join(r, path)
if os.path.exists(build_tool):
break;
else:
build_tool = None
if not build_tool:
args1 = ['reg', 'query',
'HKLM\Software\Microsoft\VisualStudio\SxS\VS7',
'/v', '15.0', '/reg:32']
build_tool = subprocess.check_output(args1).decode(
'utf-8', 'ignore').strip().split(b'\r\n').pop().split(b' ').pop()
build_tool = build_tool.decode('utf-8')
if build_tool:
args2 = ['cmd.exe', '/d', '/c',
'cd', '/d', build_tool,
'&', 'dir', '/b', '/s', 'msbuild.exe']
msbuild_exes = subprocess.check_output(args2).strip().split(b'\r\n')
msbuild_exes = [m.decode('utf-8') for m in msbuild_exes]
if len(msbuild_exes):
msbuild_Path = os.path.join(build_tool, msbuild_exes[0])
if os.path.exists(msbuild_Path):
os.environ['GYP_MSVS_VERSION'] = '2017'
os.environ['GYP_BUILD_TOOL'] = msbuild_Path
return msbuild_Path, True, msbuild_Path
except Exception as e:
pass
if msvs_version in possible_paths:
# Check that the path to the specified GYP_MSVS_VERSION exists.
path = possible_paths[msvs_version]
for r in possible_roots:
build_tool = os.path.join(r, path)
if os.path.exists(build_tool):
uses_msbuild = msvs_version >= '2010'
msbuild_path = FindMSBuildInstallation(msvs_version)
return build_tool, uses_msbuild, msbuild_path
else:
print('Warning: Environment variable GYP_MSVS_VERSION specifies "%s" '
'but corresponding "%s" was not found.' % (msvs_version, path))
# Neither GYP_MSVS_VERSION nor the path help us out. Iterate through
# the choices looking for a match.
for version in sorted(possible_paths, reverse=True):
path = possible_paths[version]
for r in possible_roots:
build_tool = os.path.join(r, path)
if os.path.exists(build_tool):
uses_msbuild = msvs_version >= '2010'
msbuild_path = FindMSBuildInstallation(msvs_version)
return build_tool, uses_msbuild, msbuild_path
print('Error: could not find devenv')
sys.exit(1)
class TestGypOnMSToolchain(TestGypBase):
"""
Common subclass for testing generators that target the Microsoft Visual
Studio toolchain (cl, link, dumpbin, etc.)
"""
@staticmethod
def _ComputeVsvarsPath(devenv_path):
devenv_dir = os.path.split(devenv_path)[0]
# Check for location of Community install (in VS2017, at least).
vcvars_path = os.path.join(devenv_path, '..', '..', '..', '..', 'VC',
'Auxiliary', 'Build', 'vcvars32.bat')
if os.path.exists(vcvars_path):
return os.path.abspath(vcvars_path)
vsvars_path = os.path.join(devenv_path, '..', '..', 'Tools',
'vsvars32.bat')
return os.path.abspath(vsvars_path)
def initialize_build_tool(self):
super(TestGypOnMSToolchain, self).initialize_build_tool()
if sys.platform in ('win32', 'cygwin'):
build_tools = FindVisualStudioInstallation()
self.devenv_path, self.uses_msbuild, self.msbuild_path = build_tools
self.vsvars_path = TestGypOnMSToolchain._ComputeVsvarsPath(
self.devenv_path)
def run_dumpbin(self, *dumpbin_args):
"""Run the dumpbin tool with the specified arguments, and capturing and
returning stdout."""
assert sys.platform in ('win32', 'cygwin')
cmd = os.environ.get('COMSPEC', 'cmd.exe')
arguments = [cmd, '/c', self.vsvars_path, '&&', 'dumpbin']
arguments.extend(dumpbin_args)
proc = subprocess.Popen(arguments, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
output = proc.communicate()[0].decode('utf-8', 'ignore')
assert not proc.returncode
return output
class TestGypNinja(TestGypOnMSToolchain):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP Ninja generator.
"""
format = 'ninja'
build_tool_list = ['ninja']
ALL = 'all'
DEFAULT = 'all'
def run_gyp(self, gyp_file, *args, **kw):
TestGypBase.run_gyp(self, gyp_file, *args, **kw)
def build(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
arguments = kw.get('arguments', [])[:]
# Add a -C output/path to the command line.
arguments.append('-C')
arguments.append(os.path.join('out', self.configuration_dirname()))
if target is None:
target = 'all'
arguments.append(target)
kw['arguments'] = arguments
return self.run(program=self.build_tool, **kw)
def run_built_executable(self, name, *args, **kw):
# Enclosing the name in a list avoids prepending the original dir.
program = [self.built_file_path(name, type=self.EXECUTABLE, **kw)]
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
os.environ['DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = os.path.join('out', configuration)
return self.run(program=program, *args, **kw)
def built_file_path(self, name, type=None, **kw):
result = []
chdir = kw.get('chdir')
if chdir:
result.append(chdir)
result.append('out')
result.append(self.configuration_dirname())
if type == self.STATIC_LIB:
if sys.platform != 'darwin':
result.append('obj')
elif type == self.SHARED_LIB:
if sys.platform != 'darwin' and sys.platform != 'win32':
result.append('lib')
subdir = kw.get('subdir')
if subdir and type != self.SHARED_LIB:
result.append(subdir)
result.append(self.built_file_basename(name, type, **kw))
return self.workpath(*result)
def up_to_date(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
result = self.build(gyp_file, target, **kw)
if not result:
stdout = self.stdout()
if 'ninja: no work to do' not in stdout:
self.report_not_up_to_date()
self.fail_test()
return result
class TestGypMSVS(TestGypOnMSToolchain):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP Visual Studio generator.
"""
format = 'msvs'
u = r'=== Build: 0 succeeded, 0 failed, (\d+) up-to-date, 0 skipped ==='
up_to_date_re = re.compile(u, re.M)
# Initial None element will indicate to our .initialize_build_tool()
# method below that 'devenv' was not found on %PATH%.
#
# Note: we must use devenv.com to be able to capture build output.
# Directly executing devenv.exe only sends output to BuildLog.htm.
build_tool_list = [None, 'devenv.com']
def initialize_build_tool(self):
super(TestGypMSVS, self).initialize_build_tool()
self.build_tool = self.devenv_path
def build(self, gyp_file, target=None, rebuild=False, clean=False, **kw):
"""
Runs a Visual Studio build using the configuration generated
from the specified gyp_file.
"""
if '15.0' in self.build_tool:
configuration = '/p:Configuration=' + (
self.configuration or self.configuration_buildname())
build = '/t'
if target not in (None, self.ALL, self.DEFAULT):
build += ':' + target
if clean:
build += ':Clean'
elif rebuild:
build += ':Rebuild'
elif ':' not in build:
build += ':Build'
arguments = kw.get('arguments', [])[:]
arguments.extend([gyp_file.replace('.gyp', '.sln'),
build, configuration])
else:
configuration = self.configuration_buildname()
if clean:
build = '/Clean'
elif rebuild:
build = '/Rebuild'
else:
build = '/Build'
arguments = kw.get('arguments', [])[:]
arguments.extend([gyp_file.replace('.gyp', '.sln'),
build, configuration])
# Note: the Visual Studio generator doesn't add an explicit 'all'
# target, so we just treat it the same as the default.
if target not in (None, self.ALL, self.DEFAULT):
arguments.extend(['/Project', target])
if self.configuration:
arguments.extend(['/ProjectConfig', self.configuration])
kw['arguments'] = arguments
return self.run(program=self.build_tool, **kw)
def up_to_date(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
r"""
Verifies that a build of the specified Visual Studio target is up to date.
Beware that VS2010 will behave strangely if you build under
C:\USERS\yourname\AppData\Local. It will cause needless work. The ouptut
will be "1 succeeded and 0 up to date". MSBuild tracing reveals that:
"Project 'C:\Users\...\AppData\Local\...vcxproj' not up to date because
'C:\PROGRAM FILES (X86)\MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO 10.0\VC\BIN\1033\CLUI.DLL'
was modified at 02/21/2011 17:03:30, which is newer than '' which was
modified at 01/01/0001 00:00:00.
The workaround is to specify a workdir when instantiating the test, e.g.
test = TestGyp.TestGyp(workdir='workarea')
"""
result = self.build(gyp_file, target, **kw)
if not result:
stdout = self.stdout()
m = self.up_to_date_re.search(stdout)
up_to_date = m and int(m.group(1)) > 0
if not up_to_date:
self.report_not_up_to_date()
self.fail_test()
return result
def run_built_executable(self, name, *args, **kw):
"""
Runs an executable built by Visual Studio.
"""
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
# Enclosing the name in a list avoids prepending the original dir.
program = [self.built_file_path(name, type=self.EXECUTABLE, **kw)]
return self.run(program=program, *args, **kw)
def built_file_path(self, name, type=None, **kw):
"""
Returns a path to the specified file name, of the specified type,
as built by Visual Studio.
Built files are in a subdirectory that matches the configuration
name. The default is 'Default'.
A chdir= keyword argument specifies the source directory
relative to which the output subdirectory can be found.
"type" values of STATIC_LIB or SHARED_LIB append the necessary
prefixes and suffixes to a platform-independent library base name.
"""
result = []
chdir = kw.get('chdir')
if chdir:
result.append(chdir)
result.append(self.configuration_dirname())
if type == self.STATIC_LIB:
result.append('lib')
result.append(self.built_file_basename(name, type, **kw))
return self.workpath(*result)
class TestGypMSVSNinja(TestGypNinja):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP Visual Studio Ninja generator.
"""
format = 'msvs-ninja'
def initialize_build_tool(self):
super(TestGypMSVSNinja, self).initialize_build_tool()
# When using '--build', make sure ninja is first in the format list.
self.formats.insert(0, 'ninja')
def build(self, gyp_file, target=None, rebuild=False, clean=False, **kw):
"""
Runs a Visual Studio build using the configuration generated
from the specified gyp_file.
"""
arguments = kw.get('arguments', [])[:]
if target in (None, self.ALL, self.DEFAULT):
# Note: the Visual Studio generator doesn't add an explicit 'all' target.
# This will build each project. This will work if projects are hermetic,
# but may fail if they are not (a project may run more than once).
# It would be nice to supply an all.metaproj for MSBuild.
arguments.extend([gyp_file.replace('.gyp', '.sln')])
else:
# MSBuild documentation claims that one can specify a sln but then build a
# project target like 'msbuild a.sln /t:proj:target' but this format only
# supports 'Clean', 'Rebuild', and 'Publish' (with none meaning Default).
# This limitation is due to the .sln -> .sln.metaproj conversion.
# The ':' is not special, 'proj:target' is a target in the metaproj.
arguments.extend([target+'.vcxproj'])
if clean:
build = 'Clean'
elif rebuild:
build = 'Rebuild'
else:
build = 'Build'
arguments.extend(['/target:'+build])
configuration = self.configuration_buildname()
config = configuration.split('|')
arguments.extend(['/property:Configuration='+config[0]])
if len(config) > 1:
arguments.extend(['/property:Platform='+config[1]])
arguments.extend(['/property:BuildInParallel=false'])
arguments.extend(['/verbosity:minimal'])
kw['arguments'] = arguments
return self.run(program=self.msbuild_path, **kw)
class TestGypXcode(TestGypBase):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP Xcode generator.
"""
format = 'xcode'
build_tool_list = ['xcodebuild']
phase_script_execution = ("\n"
"PhaseScriptExecution /\\S+/Script-[0-9A-F]+\\.sh\n"
" cd /\\S+\n"
" /bin/sh -c /\\S+/Script-[0-9A-F]+\\.sh\n"
"(make: Nothing to be done for `all'\\.\n)?")
strip_up_to_date_expressions = [
# Various actions or rules can run even when the overall build target
# is up to date. Strip those phases' GYP-generated output.
re.compile(phase_script_execution, re.S),
# The message from distcc_pump can trail the "BUILD SUCCEEDED"
# message, so strip that, too.
re.compile('__________Shutting down distcc-pump include server\n', re.S),
]
up_to_date_endings = (
'Checking Dependencies...\n** BUILD SUCCEEDED **\n', # Xcode 3.0/3.1
'Check dependencies\n** BUILD SUCCEEDED **\n\n', # Xcode 3.2
'Check dependencies\n\n\n** BUILD SUCCEEDED **\n\n', # Xcode 4.2
'Check dependencies\n\n** BUILD SUCCEEDED **\n\n', # Xcode 5.0
)
def build(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
"""
Runs an xcodebuild using the .xcodeproj generated from the specified
gyp_file.
"""
# Be sure we're working with a copy of 'arguments' since we modify it.
# The caller may not be expecting it to be modified.
arguments = kw.get('arguments', [])[:]
arguments.extend(['-project', gyp_file.replace('.gyp', '.xcodeproj')])
if target == self.ALL:
arguments.append('-alltargets',)
elif target not in (None, self.DEFAULT):
arguments.extend(['-target', target])
if self.configuration:
arguments.extend(['-configuration', self.configuration])
symroot = kw.get('SYMROOT', '$SRCROOT/build')
if symroot:
arguments.append('SYMROOT='+symroot)
kw['arguments'] = arguments
# Work around spurious stderr output from Xcode 4, http://crbug.com/181012
match = kw.pop('match', self.match)
def match_filter_xcode(actual, expected):
if actual:
if not TestCmd.is_List(actual):
actual = actual.split('\n')
if not TestCmd.is_List(expected):
expected = expected.split('\n')
actual = [a for a in actual
if 'No recorder, buildTask: <Xcode3BuildTask:' not in a and
'Beginning test session' not in a and
'Writing diagnostic log' not in a and
'Logs/Test/' not in a]
return match(actual, expected)
kw['match'] = match_filter_xcode
return self.run(program=self.build_tool, **kw)
def up_to_date(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
"""
Verifies that a build of the specified Xcode target is up to date.
"""
result = self.build(gyp_file, target, **kw)
if not result:
output = self.stdout()
for expression in self.strip_up_to_date_expressions:
output = expression.sub('', output)
if not output.endswith(self.up_to_date_endings):
self.report_not_up_to_date()
self.fail_test()
return result
def run_built_executable(self, name, *args, **kw):
"""
Runs an executable built by xcodebuild.
"""
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
os.environ['DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = os.path.join('build', configuration)
# Enclosing the name in a list avoids prepending the original dir.
program = [self.built_file_path(name, type=self.EXECUTABLE, **kw)]
return self.run(program=program, *args, **kw)
def built_file_path(self, name, type=None, **kw):
"""
Returns a path to the specified file name, of the specified type,
as built by Xcode.
Built files are in the subdirectory 'build/{configuration}'.
The default is 'build/Default'.
A chdir= keyword argument specifies the source directory
relative to which the output subdirectory can be found.
"type" values of STATIC_LIB or SHARED_LIB append the necessary
prefixes and suffixes to a platform-independent library base name.
"""
result = []
chdir = kw.get('chdir')
if chdir:
result.append(chdir)
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
result.extend(['build', configuration])
result.append(self.built_file_basename(name, type, **kw))
return self.workpath(*result)
class TestGypXcodeNinja(TestGypXcode):
"""
Subclass for testing the GYP Xcode Ninja generator.
"""
format = 'xcode-ninja'
def initialize_build_tool(self):
super(TestGypXcodeNinja, self).initialize_build_tool()
# When using '--build', make sure ninja is first in the format list.
self.formats.insert(0, 'ninja')
def build(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
"""
Runs an xcodebuild using the .xcodeproj generated from the specified
gyp_file.
"""
build_config = self.configuration
if build_config and build_config.endswith(('-iphoneos',
'-iphonesimulator')):
build_config, sdk = self.configuration.split('-')
kw['arguments'] = kw.get('arguments', []) + ['-sdk', sdk]
with self._build_configuration(build_config):
return super(TestGypXcodeNinja, self).build(
gyp_file.replace('.gyp', '.ninja.gyp'), target, **kw)
@contextmanager
def _build_configuration(self, build_config):
config = self.configuration
self.configuration = build_config
try:
yield
finally:
self.configuration = config
def built_file_path(self, name, type=None, **kw):
result = []
chdir = kw.get('chdir')
if chdir:
result.append(chdir)
result.append('out')
result.append(self.configuration_dirname())
subdir = kw.get('subdir')
if subdir and type != self.SHARED_LIB:
result.append(subdir)
result.append(self.built_file_basename(name, type, **kw))
return self.workpath(*result)
def up_to_date(self, gyp_file, target=None, **kw):
result = self.build(gyp_file, target, **kw)
if not result:
stdout = self.stdout()
if 'ninja: no work to do' not in stdout:
self.report_not_up_to_date()
self.fail_test()
return result
def run_built_executable(self, name, *args, **kw):
"""
Runs an executable built by xcodebuild + ninja.
"""
configuration = self.configuration_dirname()
os.environ['DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = os.path.join('out', configuration)
# Enclosing the name in a list avoids prepending the original dir.
program = [self.built_file_path(name, type=self.EXECUTABLE, **kw)]
return self.run(program=program, *args, **kw)
format_class_list = [
TestGypGypd,
TestGypCMake,
TestGypMake,
TestGypMSVS,
TestGypMSVSNinja,
TestGypNinja,
TestGypXcode,
TestGypXcodeNinja,
]
def TestGyp(*args, **kw):
"""
Returns an appropriate TestGyp* instance for a specified GYP format.
"""
format = kw.pop('format', os.environ.get('TESTGYP_FORMAT'))
for format_class in format_class_list:
if format == format_class.format:
return format_class(*args, **kw)
raise Exception("unknown format %r" % format)