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"""SCons.Environment
Base class for construction Environments. These are
the primary objects used to communicate dependency and
construction information to the build engine.
Keyword arguments supplied when the construction Environment
is created are construction variables used to initialize the
Environment
"""
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__revision__ = "src/engine/SCons/Environment.py 5134 2010/08/16 23:02:40 bdeegan"
import copy
import os
import sys
import re
import shlex
from collections import UserDict
import SCons.Action
import SCons.Builder
from SCons.Debug import logInstanceCreation
import SCons.Defaults
import SCons.Errors
import SCons.Memoize
import SCons.Node
import SCons.Node.Alias
import SCons.Node.FS
import SCons.Node.Python
import SCons.Platform
import SCons.SConf
import SCons.SConsign
import SCons.Subst
import SCons.Tool
import SCons.Util
import SCons.Warnings
class _Null(object):
pass
_null = _Null
_warn_copy_deprecated = True
_warn_source_signatures_deprecated = True
_warn_target_signatures_deprecated = True
CleanTargets = {}
CalculatorArgs = {}
semi_deepcopy = SCons.Util.semi_deepcopy
# Pull UserError into the global name space for the benefit of
# Environment().SourceSignatures(), which has some import statements
# which seem to mess up its ability to reference SCons directly.
UserError = SCons.Errors.UserError
def alias_builder(env, target, source):
pass
AliasBuilder = SCons.Builder.Builder(action = alias_builder,
target_factory = SCons.Node.Alias.default_ans.Alias,
source_factory = SCons.Node.FS.Entry,
multi = 1,
is_explicit = None,
name='AliasBuilder')
def apply_tools(env, tools, toolpath):
# Store the toolpath in the Environment.
if toolpath is not None:
env['toolpath'] = toolpath
if not tools:
return
# Filter out null tools from the list.
for tool in [_f for _f in tools if _f]:
if SCons.Util.is_List(tool) or isinstance(tool, tuple):
toolname = tool[0]
toolargs = tool[1] # should be a dict of kw args
tool = env.Tool(toolname, **toolargs)
else:
env.Tool(tool)
# These names are (or will be) controlled by SCons; users should never
# set or override them. This warning can optionally be turned off,
# but scons will still ignore the illegal variable names even if it's off.
reserved_construction_var_names = [
'CHANGED_SOURCES',
'CHANGED_TARGETS',
'SOURCE',
'SOURCES',
'TARGET',
'TARGETS',
'UNCHANGED_SOURCES',
'UNCHANGED_TARGETS',
]
future_reserved_construction_var_names = [
#'HOST_OS',
#'HOST_ARCH',
#'HOST_CPU',
]
def copy_non_reserved_keywords(dict):
result = semi_deepcopy(dict)
for k in result.keys():
if k in reserved_construction_var_names:
msg = "Ignoring attempt to set reserved variable `$%s'"
SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.ReservedVariableWarning, msg % k)
del result[k]
return result
def _set_reserved(env, key, value):
msg = "Ignoring attempt to set reserved variable `$%s'"
SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.ReservedVariableWarning, msg % key)
def _set_future_reserved(env, key, value):
env._dict[key] = value
msg = "`$%s' will be reserved in a future release and setting it will become ignored"
SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.FutureReservedVariableWarning, msg % key)
def _set_BUILDERS(env, key, value):
try:
bd = env._dict[key]
for k in bd.keys():
del bd[k]
except KeyError:
bd = BuilderDict(kwbd, env)
env._dict[key] = bd
for k, v in value.items():
if not SCons.Builder.is_a_Builder(v):
raise SCons.Errors.UserError('%s is not a Builder.' % repr(v))
bd.update(value)
def _del_SCANNERS(env, key):
del env._dict[key]
env.scanner_map_delete()
def _set_SCANNERS(env, key, value):
env._dict[key] = value
env.scanner_map_delete()
def _delete_duplicates(l, keep_last):
"""Delete duplicates from a sequence, keeping the first or last."""
seen={}
result=[]
if keep_last: # reverse in & out, then keep first
l.reverse()
for i in l:
try:
if i not in seen:
result.append(i)
seen[i]=1
except TypeError:
# probably unhashable. Just keep it.
result.append(i)
if keep_last:
result.reverse()
return result
# The following is partly based on code in a comment added by Peter
# Shannon at the following page (there called the "transplant" class):
#
# ASPN : Python Cookbook : Dynamically added methods to a class
# http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/81732
#
# We had independently been using the idiom as BuilderWrapper, but
# factoring out the common parts into this base class, and making
# BuilderWrapper a subclass that overrides __call__() to enforce specific
# Builder calling conventions, simplified some of our higher-layer code.
class MethodWrapper(object):
"""
A generic Wrapper class that associates a method (which can
actually be any callable) with an object. As part of creating this
MethodWrapper object an attribute with the specified (by default,
the name of the supplied method) is added to the underlying object.
When that new "method" is called, our __call__() method adds the
object as the first argument, simulating the Python behavior of
supplying "self" on method calls.
We hang on to the name by which the method was added to the underlying
base class so that we can provide a method to "clone" ourselves onto
a new underlying object being copied (without which we wouldn't need
to save that info).
"""
def __init__(self, object, method, name=None):
if name is None:
name = method.__name__
self.object = object
self.method = method
self.name = name
setattr(self.object, name, self)
def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
nargs = (self.object,) + args
return self.method(*nargs, **kwargs)
def clone(self, new_object):
"""
Returns an object that re-binds the underlying "method" to
the specified new object.
"""
return self.__class__(new_object, self.method, self.name)
class BuilderWrapper(MethodWrapper):
"""
A MethodWrapper subclass that that associates an environment with
a Builder.
This mainly exists to wrap the __call__() function so that all calls
to Builders can have their argument lists massaged in the same way
(treat a lone argument as the source, treat two arguments as target
then source, make sure both target and source are lists) without
having to have cut-and-paste code to do it.
As a bit of obsessive backwards compatibility, we also intercept
attempts to get or set the "env" or "builder" attributes, which were
the names we used before we put the common functionality into the
MethodWrapper base class. We'll keep this around for a while in case
people shipped Tool modules that reached into the wrapper (like the
Tool/qt.py module does, or did). There shouldn't be a lot attribute
fetching or setting on these, so a little extra work shouldn't hurt.
"""
def __call__(self, target=None, source=_null, *args, **kw):
if source is _null:
source = target
target = None
if target is not None and not SCons.Util.is_List(target):
target = [target]
if source is not None and not SCons.Util.is_List(source):
source = [source]
return MethodWrapper.__call__(self, target, source, *args, **kw)
def __repr__(self):
return '<BuilderWrapper %s>' % repr(self.name)
def __str__(self):
return self.__repr__()
def __getattr__(self, name):
if name == 'env':
return self.object
elif name == 'builder':
return self.method
else:
raise AttributeError(name)
def __setattr__(self, name, value):
if name == 'env':
self.object = value
elif name == 'builder':
self.method = value
else:
self.__dict__[name] = value
# This allows a Builder to be executed directly
# through the Environment to which it's attached.
# In practice, we shouldn't need this, because
# builders actually get executed through a Node.
# But we do have a unit test for this, and can't
# yet rule out that it would be useful in the
# future, so leave it for now.
#def execute(self, **kw):
# kw['env'] = self.env
# self.builder.execute(**kw)
class BuilderDict(UserDict):
"""This is a dictionary-like class used by an Environment to hold
the Builders. We need to do this because every time someone changes
the Builders in the Environment's BUILDERS dictionary, we must
update the Environment's attributes."""
def __init__(self, dict, env):
# Set self.env before calling the superclass initialization,
# because it will end up calling our other methods, which will
# need to point the values in this dictionary to self.env.
self.env = env
UserDict.__init__(self, dict)
def __semi_deepcopy__(self):
return self.__class__(self.data, self.env)
def __setitem__(self, item, val):
try:
method = getattr(self.env, item).method
except AttributeError:
pass
else:
self.env.RemoveMethod(method)
UserDict.__setitem__(self, item, val)
BuilderWrapper(self.env, val, item)
def __delitem__(self, item):
UserDict.__delitem__(self, item)
delattr(self.env, item)
def update(self, dict):
for i, v in dict.items():
self.__setitem__(i, v)
_is_valid_var = re.compile(r'[_a-zA-Z]\w*$')
def is_valid_construction_var(varstr):
"""Return if the specified string is a legitimate construction
variable.
"""
return _is_valid_var.match(varstr)
class SubstitutionEnvironment(object):
"""Base class for different flavors of construction environments.
This class contains a minimal set of methods that handle contruction
variable expansion and conversion of strings to Nodes, which may or
may not be actually useful as a stand-alone class. Which methods
ended up in this class is pretty arbitrary right now. They're
basically the ones which we've empirically determined are common to
the different construction environment subclasses, and most of the
others that use or touch the underlying dictionary of construction
variables.
Eventually, this class should contain all the methods that we
determine are necessary for a "minimal" interface to the build engine.
A full "native Python" SCons environment has gotten pretty heavyweight
with all of the methods and Tools and construction variables we've
jammed in there, so it would be nice to have a lighter weight
alternative for interfaces that don't need all of the bells and
whistles. (At some point, we'll also probably rename this class
"Base," since that more reflects what we want this class to become,
but because we've released comments that tell people to subclass
Environment.Base to create their own flavors of construction
environment, we'll save that for a future refactoring when this
class actually becomes useful.)
"""
if SCons.Memoize.use_memoizer:
__metaclass__ = SCons.Memoize.Memoized_Metaclass
def __init__(self, **kw):
"""Initialization of an underlying SubstitutionEnvironment class.
"""
if __debug__: logInstanceCreation(self, 'Environment.SubstitutionEnvironment')
self.fs = SCons.Node.FS.get_default_fs()
self.ans = SCons.Node.Alias.default_ans
self.lookup_list = SCons.Node.arg2nodes_lookups
self._dict = kw.copy()
self._init_special()
self.added_methods = []
#self._memo = {}
def _init_special(self):
"""Initial the dispatch tables for special handling of
special construction variables."""
self._special_del = {}
self._special_del['SCANNERS'] = _del_SCANNERS
self._special_set = {}
for key in reserved_construction_var_names:
self._special_set[key] = _set_reserved
for key in future_reserved_construction_var_names:
self._special_set[key] = _set_future_reserved
self._special_set['BUILDERS'] = _set_BUILDERS
self._special_set['SCANNERS'] = _set_SCANNERS
# Freeze the keys of self._special_set in a list for use by
# methods that need to check. (Empirically, list scanning has
# gotten better than dict.has_key() in Python 2.5.)
self._special_set_keys = list(self._special_set.keys())
def __cmp__(self, other):
return cmp(self._dict, other._dict)
def __delitem__(self, key):
special = self._special_del.get(key)
if special:
special(self, key)
else:
del self._dict[key]
def __getitem__(self, key):
return self._dict[key]
def __setitem__(self, key, value):
# This is heavily used. This implementation is the best we have
# according to the timings in bench/env.__setitem__.py.
#
# The "key in self._special_set_keys" test here seems to perform
# pretty well for the number of keys we have. A hard-coded
# list works a little better in Python 2.5, but that has the
# disadvantage of maybe getting out of sync if we ever add more
# variable names. Using self._special_set.has_key() works a
# little better in Python 2.4, but is worse than this test.
# So right now it seems like a good trade-off, but feel free to
# revisit this with bench/env.__setitem__.py as needed (and
# as newer versions of Python come out).
if key in self._special_set_keys:
self._special_set[key](self, key, value)
else:
# If we already have the entry, then it's obviously a valid
# key and we don't need to check. If we do check, using a
# global, pre-compiled regular expression directly is more
# efficient than calling another function or a method.
if key not in self._dict \
and not _is_valid_var.match(key):
raise SCons.Errors.UserError("Illegal construction variable `%s'" % key)
self._dict[key] = value
def get(self, key, default=None):
"""Emulates the get() method of dictionaries."""
return self._dict.get(key, default)
def has_key(self, key):
return key in self._dict
def __contains__(self, key):
return self._dict.__contains__(key)
def items(self):
return list(self._dict.items())
def arg2nodes(self, args, node_factory=_null, lookup_list=_null, **kw):
if node_factory is _null:
node_factory = self.fs.File
if lookup_list is _null:
lookup_list = self.lookup_list
if not args:
return []
args = SCons.Util.flatten(args)
nodes = []
for v in args:
if SCons.Util.is_String(v):
n = None
for l in lookup_list:
n = l(v)
if n is not None:
break
if n is not None:
if SCons.Util.is_String(n):
# n = self.subst(n, raw=1, **kw)
kw['raw'] = 1
n = self.subst(n, **kw)
if node_factory:
n = node_factory(n)
if SCons.Util.is_List(n):
nodes.extend(n)
else:
nodes.append(n)
elif node_factory:
# v = node_factory(self.subst(v, raw=1, **kw))
kw['raw'] = 1
v = node_factory(self.subst(v, **kw))
if SCons.Util.is_List(v):
nodes.extend(v)
else:
nodes.append(v)
else:
nodes.append(v)
return nodes
def gvars(self):
return self._dict
def lvars(self):
return {}
def subst(self, string, raw=0, target=None, source=None, conv=None, executor=None):
"""Recursively interpolates construction variables from the
Environment into the specified string, returning the expanded
result. Construction variables are specified by a $ prefix
in the string and begin with an initial underscore or
alphabetic character followed by any number of underscores
or alphanumeric characters. The construction variable names
may be surrounded by curly braces to separate the name from
trailing characters.
"""
gvars = self.gvars()
lvars = self.lvars()
lvars['__env__'] = self
if executor:
lvars.update(executor.get_lvars())
return SCons.Subst.scons_subst(string, self, raw, target, source, gvars, lvars, conv)
def subst_kw(self, kw, raw=0, target=None, source=None):
nkw = {}
for k, v in kw.items():
k = self.subst(k, raw, target, source)
if SCons.Util.is_String(v):
v = self.subst(v, raw, target, source)
nkw[k] = v
return nkw
def subst_list(self, string, raw=0, target=None, source=None, conv=None, executor=None):
"""Calls through to SCons.Subst.scons_subst_list(). See
the documentation for that function."""
gvars = self.gvars()
lvars = self.lvars()
lvars['__env__'] = self
if executor:
lvars.update(executor.get_lvars())
return SCons.Subst.scons_subst_list(string, self, raw, target, source, gvars, lvars, conv)
def subst_path(self, path, target=None, source=None):
"""Substitute a path list, turning EntryProxies into Nodes
and leaving Nodes (and other objects) as-is."""
if not SCons.Util.is_List(path):
path = [path]
def s(obj):
"""This is the "string conversion" routine that we have our
substitutions use to return Nodes, not strings. This relies
on the fact that an EntryProxy object has a get() method that
returns the underlying Node that it wraps, which is a bit of
architectural dependence that we might need to break or modify
in the future in response to additional requirements."""
try:
get = obj.get
except AttributeError:
obj = SCons.Util.to_String_for_subst(obj)
else:
obj = get()
return obj
r = []
for p in path:
if SCons.Util.is_String(p):
p = self.subst(p, target=target, source=source, conv=s)
if SCons.Util.is_List(p):
if len(p) == 1:
p = p[0]
else:
# We have an object plus a string, or multiple
# objects that we need to smush together. No choice
# but to make them into a string.
p = ''.join(map(SCons.Util.to_String_for_subst, p))
else:
p = s(p)
r.append(p)
return r
subst_target_source = subst
def backtick(self, command):
import subprocess
# common arguments
kw = { 'stdin' : 'devnull',
'stdout' : subprocess.PIPE,
'stderr' : subprocess.PIPE,
'universal_newlines' : True,
}
# if the command is a list, assume it's been quoted
# othewise force a shell
if not SCons.Util.is_List(command): kw['shell'] = True
# run constructed command
p = SCons.Action._subproc(self, command, **kw)
out,err = p.communicate()
status = p.wait()
if err:
sys.stderr.write(unicode(err))
if status:
raise OSError("'%s' exited %d" % (command, status))
return out
def AddMethod(self, function, name=None):
"""
Adds the specified function as a method of this construction
environment with the specified name. If the name is omitted,
the default name is the name of the function itself.
"""
method = MethodWrapper(self, function, name)
self.added_methods.append(method)
def RemoveMethod(self, function):
"""
Removes the specified function's MethodWrapper from the
added_methods list, so we don't re-bind it when making a clone.
"""
self.added_methods = [dm for dm in self.added_methods if not dm.method is function]
def Override(self, overrides):
"""
Produce a modified environment whose variables are overriden by
the overrides dictionaries. "overrides" is a dictionary that
will override the variables of this environment.
This function is much more efficient than Clone() or creating
a new Environment because it doesn't copy the construction
environment dictionary, it just wraps the underlying construction
environment, and doesn't even create a wrapper object if there
are no overrides.
"""
if not overrides: return self
o = copy_non_reserved_keywords(overrides)
if not o: return self
overrides = {}
merges = None
for key, value in o.items():
if key == 'parse_flags':
merges = value
else:
overrides[key] = SCons.Subst.scons_subst_once(value, self, key)
env = OverrideEnvironment(self, overrides)
if merges: env.MergeFlags(merges)
return env
def ParseFlags(self, *flags):
"""
Parse the set of flags and return a dict with the flags placed
in the appropriate entry. The flags are treated as a typical
set of command-line flags for a GNU-like toolchain and used to
populate the entries in the dict immediately below. If one of
the flag strings begins with a bang (exclamation mark), it is
assumed to be a command and the rest of the string is executed;
the result of that evaluation is then added to the dict.
"""
dict = {
'ASFLAGS' : SCons.Util.CLVar(''),
'CFLAGS' : SCons.Util.CLVar(''),
'CCFLAGS' : SCons.Util.CLVar(''),
'CPPDEFINES' : [],
'CPPFLAGS' : SCons.Util.CLVar(''),
'CPPPATH' : [],
'FRAMEWORKPATH' : SCons.Util.CLVar(''),
'FRAMEWORKS' : SCons.Util.CLVar(''),
'LIBPATH' : [],
'LIBS' : [],
'LINKFLAGS' : SCons.Util.CLVar(''),
'RPATH' : [],
}
def do_parse(arg):
# if arg is a sequence, recurse with each element
if not arg:
return
if not SCons.Util.is_String(arg):
for t in arg: do_parse(t)
return
# if arg is a command, execute it
if arg[0] == '!':
arg = self.backtick(arg[1:])
# utility function to deal with -D option
def append_define(name, dict = dict):
t = name.split('=')
if len(t) == 1:
dict['CPPDEFINES'].append(name)
else:
dict['CPPDEFINES'].append([t[0], '='.join(t[1:])])
# Loop through the flags and add them to the appropriate option.
# This tries to strike a balance between checking for all possible
# flags and keeping the logic to a finite size, so it doesn't
# check for some that don't occur often. It particular, if the
# flag is not known to occur in a config script and there's a way
# of passing the flag to the right place (by wrapping it in a -W
# flag, for example) we don't check for it. Note that most
# preprocessor options are not handled, since unhandled options
# are placed in CCFLAGS, so unless the preprocessor is invoked
# separately, these flags will still get to the preprocessor.
# Other options not currently handled:
# -iqoutedir (preprocessor search path)
# -u symbol (linker undefined symbol)
# -s (linker strip files)
# -static* (linker static binding)
# -shared* (linker dynamic binding)
# -symbolic (linker global binding)
# -R dir (deprecated linker rpath)
# IBM compilers may also accept -qframeworkdir=foo
params = shlex.split(arg)
append_next_arg_to = None # for multi-word args
for arg in params:
if append_next_arg_to:
if append_next_arg_to == 'CPPDEFINES':
append_define(arg)
elif append_next_arg_to == '-include':
t = ('-include', self.fs.File(arg))
dict['CCFLAGS'].append(t)
elif append_next_arg_to == '-isysroot':
t = ('-isysroot', arg)
dict['CCFLAGS'].append(t)
dict['LINKFLAGS'].append(t)
elif append_next_arg_to == '-arch':
t = ('-arch', arg)
dict['CCFLAGS'].append(t)
dict['LINKFLAGS'].append(t)
else:
dict[append_next_arg_to].append(arg)
append_next_arg_to = None
elif not arg[0] in ['-', '+']:
dict['LIBS'].append(self.fs.File(arg))
elif arg[:2] == '-L':
if arg[2:]:
dict['LIBPATH'].append(arg[2:])
else:
append_next_arg_to = 'LIBPATH'
elif arg[:2] == '-l':
if arg[2:]:
dict['LIBS'].append(arg[2:])
else:
append_next_arg_to = 'LIBS'
elif arg[:2] == '-I':
if arg[2:]:
dict['CPPPATH'].append(arg[2:])
else:
append_next_arg_to = 'CPPPATH'
elif arg[:4] == '-Wa,':
dict['ASFLAGS'].append(arg[4:])
dict['CCFLAGS'].append(arg)
elif arg[:4] == '-Wl,':
if arg[:11] == '-Wl,-rpath=':
dict['RPATH'].append(arg[11:])
elif arg[:7] == '-Wl,-R,':
dict['RPATH'].append(arg[7:])
elif arg[:6] == '-Wl,-R':
dict['RPATH'].append(arg[6:])
else:
dict['LINKFLAGS'].append(arg)
elif arg[:4] == '-Wp,':
dict['CPPFLAGS'].append(arg)
elif arg[:2] == '-D':
if arg[2:]:
append_define(arg[2:])
else:
append_next_arg_to = 'CPPDEFINES'
elif arg == '-framework':
append_next_arg_to = 'FRAMEWORKS'
elif arg[:14] == '-frameworkdir=':
dict['FRAMEWORKPATH'].append(arg[14:])
elif arg[:2] == '-F':
if arg[2:]:
dict['FRAMEWORKPATH'].append(arg[2:])
else:
append_next_arg_to = 'FRAMEWORKPATH'
elif arg == '-mno-cygwin':
dict['CCFLAGS'].append(arg)
dict['LINKFLAGS'].append(arg)
elif arg == '-mwindows':
dict['LINKFLAGS'].append(arg)
elif arg == '-pthread':
dict['CCFLAGS'].append(arg)
dict['LINKFLAGS'].append(arg)
elif arg[:5] == '-std=':
dict['CFLAGS'].append(arg) # C only
elif arg[0] == '+':
dict['CCFLAGS'].append(arg)
dict['LINKFLAGS'].append(arg)
elif arg in ['-include', '-isysroot', '-arch']:
append_next_arg_to = arg
else:
dict['CCFLAGS'].append(arg)
for arg in flags:
do_parse(arg)
return dict
def MergeFlags(self, args, unique=1, dict=None):
"""
Merge the dict in args into the construction variables of this
env, or the passed-in dict. If args is not a dict, it is
converted into a dict using ParseFlags. If unique is not set,
the flags are appended rather than merged.
"""
if dict is None:
dict = self
if not SCons.Util.is_Dict(args):
args = self.ParseFlags(args)
if not unique:
self.Append(**args)
return self
for key, value in args.items():
if not value:
continue
try:
orig = self[key]
except KeyError:
orig = value
else:
if not orig:
orig = value
elif value:
# Add orig and value. The logic here was lifted from
# part of env.Append() (see there for a lot of comments
# about the order in which things are tried) and is
# used mainly to handle coercion of strings to CLVar to
# "do the right thing" given (e.g.) an original CCFLAGS
# string variable like '-pipe -Wall'.
try:
orig = orig + value
except (KeyError, TypeError):
try:
add_to_orig = orig.append
except AttributeError:
value.insert(0, orig)
orig = value
else:
add_to_orig(value)
t = []
if key[-4:] == 'PATH':
### keep left-most occurence
for v in orig:
if v not in t:
t.append(v)
else:
### keep right-most occurence
orig.reverse()
for v in orig:
if v not in t:
t.insert(0, v)
self[key] = t
return self
# def MergeShellPaths(self, args, prepend=1):
# """
# Merge the dict in args into the shell environment in env['ENV'].
# Shell path elements are appended or prepended according to prepend.
# Uses Pre/AppendENVPath, so it always appends or prepends uniquely.
# Example: env.MergeShellPaths({'LIBPATH': '/usr/local/lib'})
# prepends /usr/local/lib to env['ENV']['LIBPATH'].
# """
# for pathname, pathval in args.items():
# if not pathval:
# continue
# if prepend:
# self.PrependENVPath(pathname, pathval)
# else:
# self.AppendENVPath(pathname, pathval)
def default_decide_source(dependency, target, prev_ni):
f = SCons.Defaults.DefaultEnvironment().decide_source
return f(dependency, target, prev_ni)
def default_decide_target(dependency, target, prev_ni):
f = SCons.Defaults.DefaultEnvironment().decide_target
return f(dependency, target, prev_ni)
def default_copy_from_cache(src, dst):
f = SCons.Defaults.DefaultEnvironment().copy_from_cache
return f(src, dst)
class Base(SubstitutionEnvironment):
"""Base class for "real" construction Environments. These are the
primary objects used to communicate dependency and construction
information to the build engine.
Keyword arguments supplied when the construction Environment
is created are construction variables used to initialize the
Environment.
"""
memoizer_counters = []
#######################################################################
# This is THE class for interacting with the SCons build engine,
# and it contains a lot of stuff, so we're going to try to keep this
# a little organized by grouping the methods.
#######################################################################
#######################################################################
# Methods that make an Environment act like a dictionary. These have
# the expected standard names for Python mapping objects. Note that
# we don't actually make an Environment a subclass of UserDict for
# performance reasons. Note also that we only supply methods for
# dictionary functionality that we actually need and use.
#######################################################################
def __init__(self,
platform=None,
tools=None,
toolpath=None,
variables=None,
parse_flags = None,
**kw):
"""
Initialization of a basic SCons construction environment,
including setting up special construction variables like BUILDER,
PLATFORM, etc., and searching for and applying available Tools.
Note that we do *not* call the underlying base class
(SubsitutionEnvironment) initialization, because we need to
initialize things in a very specific order that doesn't work
with the much simpler base class initialization.
"""
if __debug__: logInstanceCreation(self, 'Environment.Base')
self._memo = {}
self.fs = SCons.Node.FS.get_default_fs()
self.ans = SCons.Node.Alias.default_ans
self.lookup_list = SCons.Node.arg2nodes_lookups
self._dict = semi_deepcopy(SCons.Defaults.ConstructionEnvironment)
self._init_special()
self.added_methods = []
# We don't use AddMethod, or define these as methods in this
# class, because we *don't* want these functions to be bound
# methods. They need to operate independently so that the
# settings will work properly regardless of whether a given
# target ends up being built with a Base environment or an
# OverrideEnvironment or what have you.
self.decide_target = default_decide_target
self.decide_source = default_decide_source
self.copy_from_cache = default_copy_from_cache
self._dict['BUILDERS'] = BuilderDict(self._dict['BUILDERS'], self)
if platform is None:
platform = self._dict.get('PLATFORM', None)
if platform is None:
platform = SCons.Platform.Platform()
if SCons.Util.is_String(platform):
platform = SCons.Platform.Platform(platform)
self._dict['PLATFORM'] = str(platform)
platform(self)
self._dict['HOST_OS'] = self._dict.get('HOST_OS',None)
self._dict['HOST_ARCH'] = self._dict.get('HOST_ARCH',None)
# Now set defaults for TARGET_{OS|ARCH}
self._dict['TARGET_OS'] = self._dict.get('HOST_OS',None)
self._dict['TARGET_ARCH'] = self._dict.get('HOST_ARCH',None)
# Apply the passed-in and customizable variables to the
# environment before calling the tools, because they may use
# some of them during initialization.
if 'options' in kw:
# Backwards compatibility: they may stll be using the
# old "options" keyword.
variables = kw['options']
del kw['options']
self.Replace(**kw)
keys = list(kw.keys())
if variables:
keys = keys + list(variables.keys())
variables.Update(self)
save = {}
for k in keys:
try:
save[k] = self._dict[k]
except KeyError:
# No value may have been set if they tried to pass in a
# reserved variable name like TARGETS.
pass
SCons.Tool.Initializers(self)
if tools is None:
tools = self._dict.get('TOOLS', None)
if tools is None:
tools = ['default']
apply_tools(self, tools, toolpath)
# Now restore the passed-in and customized variables
# to the environment, since the values the user set explicitly
# should override any values set by the tools.
for key, val in save.items():
self._dict[key] = val
# Finally, apply any flags to be merged in
if parse_flags: self.MergeFlags(parse_flags)
#######################################################################
# Utility methods that are primarily for internal use by SCons.
# These begin with lower-case letters.
#######################################################################
def get_builder(self, name):
"""Fetch the builder with the specified name from the environment.
"""
try:
return self._dict['BUILDERS'][name]
except KeyError:
return None
def get_CacheDir(self):
try:
path = self._CacheDir_path
except AttributeError:
path = SCons.Defaults.DefaultEnvironment()._CacheDir_path
try:
if path == self._last_CacheDir_path:
return self._last_CacheDir
except AttributeError:
pass
cd = SCons.CacheDir.CacheDir(path)
self._last_CacheDir_path = path
self._last_CacheDir = cd
return cd
def get_factory(self, factory, default='File'):
"""Return a factory function for creating Nodes for this
construction environment.
"""
name = default
try:
is_node = issubclass(factory, SCons.Node.FS.Base)
except TypeError:
# The specified factory isn't a Node itself--it's
# most likely None, or possibly a callable.
pass
else:
if is_node:
# The specified factory is a Node (sub)class. Try to
# return the FS method that corresponds to the Node's
# name--that is, we return self.fs.Dir if they want a Dir,
# self.fs.File for a File, etc.
try: name = factory.__name__
except AttributeError: pass
else: factory = None
if not factory:
# They passed us None, or we picked up a name from a specified
# class, so return the FS method. (Note that we *don't*
# use our own self.{Dir,File} methods because that would
# cause env.subst() to be called twice on the file name,
# interfering with files that have $$ in them.)
factory = getattr(self.fs, name)
return factory
memoizer_counters.append(SCons.Memoize.CountValue('_gsm'))
def _gsm(self):
try:
return self._memo['_gsm']
except KeyError:
pass
result = {}
try:
scanners = self._dict['SCANNERS']
except KeyError:
pass
else:
# Reverse the scanner list so that, if multiple scanners
# claim they can scan the same suffix, earlier scanners
# in the list will overwrite later scanners, so that
# the result looks like a "first match" to the user.
if not SCons.Util.is_List(scanners):
scanners = [scanners]
else:
scanners = scanners[:] # copy so reverse() doesn't mod original
scanners.reverse()
for scanner in scanners:
for k in scanner.get_skeys(self):
if k and self['PLATFORM'] == 'win32':
k = k.lower()
result[k] = scanner
self._memo['_gsm'] = result
return result
def get_scanner(self, skey):
"""Find the appropriate scanner given a key (usually a file suffix).
"""
if skey and self['PLATFORM'] == 'win32':
skey = skey.lower()
return self._gsm().get(skey)
def scanner_map_delete(self, kw=None):
"""Delete the cached scanner map (if we need to).
"""
try:
del self._memo['_gsm']
except KeyError:
pass
def _update(self, dict):
"""Update an environment's values directly, bypassing the normal
checks that occur when users try to set items.
"""
self._dict.update(dict)
def get_src_sig_type(self):
try:
return self.src_sig_type
except AttributeError:
t = SCons.Defaults.DefaultEnvironment().src_sig_type
self.src_sig_type = t
return t
def get_tgt_sig_type(self):
try:
return self.tgt_sig_type
except AttributeError:
t = SCons.Defaults.DefaultEnvironment().tgt_sig_type
self.tgt_sig_type = t
return t
#######################################################################
# Public methods for manipulating an Environment. These begin with
# upper-case letters. The essential characteristic of methods in
# this section is that they do *not* have corresponding same-named
# global functions. For example, a stand-alone Append() function
# makes no sense, because Append() is all about appending values to
# an Environment's construction variables.
#######################################################################
def Append(self, **kw):
"""Append values to existing construction variables
in an Environment.
"""
kw = copy_non_reserved_keywords(kw)
for key, val in kw.items():
# It would be easier on the eyes to write this using
# "continue" statements whenever we finish processing an item,
# but Python 1.5.2 apparently doesn't let you use "continue"
# within try:-except: blocks, so we have to nest our code.
try:
orig = self._dict[key]
except KeyError:
# No existing variable in the environment, so just set
# it to the new value.
self._dict[key] = val
else:
try:
# Check if the original looks like a dictionary.
# If it is, we can't just try adding the value because
# dictionaries don't have __add__() methods, and
# things like UserList will incorrectly coerce the
# original dict to a list (which we don't want).
update_dict = orig.update
except AttributeError:
try:
# Most straightforward: just try to add them
# together. This will work in most cases, when the
# original and new values are of compatible types.
self._dict[key] = orig + val
except (KeyError, TypeError):
try:
# Check if the original is a list.
add_to_orig = orig.append
except AttributeError:
# The original isn't a list, but the new
# value is (by process of elimination),
# so insert the original in the new value
# (if there's one to insert) and replace
# the variable with it.
if orig:
val.insert(0, orig)
self._dict[key] = val
else:
# The original is a list, so append the new
# value to it (if there's a value to append).
if val:
add_to_orig(val)
else:
# The original looks like a dictionary, so update it
# based on what we think the value looks like.
if SCons.Util.is_List(val):
for v in val:
orig[v] = None
else:
try:
update_dict(val)
except (AttributeError, TypeError, ValueError):
if SCons.Util.is_Dict(val):
for k, v in val.items():
orig[k] = v
else:
orig[val] = None
self.scanner_map_delete(kw)
# allow Dirs and strings beginning with # for top-relative
# Note this uses the current env's fs (in self).
def _canonicalize(self, path):
if not SCons.Util.is_String(path): # typically a Dir
path = str(path)
if path and path[0] == '#':
path = str(self.fs.Dir(path))
return path
def AppendENVPath(self, name, newpath, envname = 'ENV',
sep = os.pathsep, delete_existing=1):
"""Append path elements to the path 'name' in the 'ENV'
dictionary for this environment. Will only add any particular
path once, and will normpath and normcase all paths to help
assure this. This can also handle the case where the env
variable is a list instead of a string.
If delete_existing is 0, a newpath which is already in the path
will not be moved to the end (it will be left where it is).
"""
orig = ''
if envname in self._dict and name in self._dict[envname]:
orig = self._dict[envname][name]
nv = SCons.Util.AppendPath(orig, newpath, sep, delete_existing,
canonicalize=self._canonicalize)
if envname not in self._dict:
self._dict[envname] = {}
self._dict[envname][name] = nv
def AppendUnique(self, delete_existing=0, **kw):
"""Append values to existing construction variables
in an Environment, if they're not already there.
If delete_existing is 1, removes existing values first, so
values move to end.
"""
kw = copy_non_reserved_keywords(kw)
for key, val in kw.items():
if SCons.Util.is_List(val):
val = _delete_duplicates(val, delete_existing)
if key not in self._dict or self._dict[key] in ('', None):
self._dict[key] = val
elif SCons.Util.is_Dict(self._dict[key]) and \
SCons.Util.is_Dict(val):
self._dict[key].update(val)
elif SCons.Util.is_List(val):
dk = self._dict[key]
if not SCons.Util.is_List(dk):
dk = [dk]
if delete_existing:
dk = [x for x in dk if x not in val]
else:
val = [x for x in val if x not in dk]
self._dict[key] = dk + val
else:
dk = self._dict[key]
if SCons.Util.is_List(dk):
# By elimination, val is not a list. Since dk is a
# list, wrap val in a list first.
if delete_existing:
dk = [x for x in dk if x not in val]
self._dict[key] = dk + [val]
else:
if not val in dk:
self._dict[key] = dk + [val]
else:
if delete_existing:
dk = [x for x in dk if x not in val]
self._dict[key] = dk + val
self.scanner_map_delete(kw)
def Clone(self, tools=[], toolpath=None, parse_flags = None, **kw):
"""Return a copy of a construction Environment. The
copy is like a Python "deep copy"--that is, independent
copies are made recursively of each objects--except that
a reference is copied when an object is not deep-copyable
(like a function). There are no references to any mutable
objects in the original Environment.
"""
clone = copy.copy(self)
clone._dict = semi_deepcopy(self._dict)
try:
cbd = clone._dict['BUILDERS']
except KeyError:
pass
else:
clone._dict['BUILDERS'] = BuilderDict(cbd, clone)
# Check the methods added via AddMethod() and re-bind them to
# the cloned environment. Only do this if the attribute hasn't
# been overwritten by the user explicitly and still points to
# the added method.
clone.added_methods = []
for mw in self.added_methods:
if mw == getattr(self, mw.name):
clone.added_methods.append(mw.clone(clone))
clone._memo = {}
# Apply passed-in variables before the tools
# so the tools can use the new variables
kw = copy_non_reserved_keywords(kw)
new = {}
for key, value in kw.items():
new[key] = SCons.Subst.scons_subst_once(value, self, key)
clone.Replace(**new)
apply_tools(clone, tools, toolpath)
# apply them again in case the tools overwrote them
clone.Replace(**new)
# Finally, apply any flags to be merged in
if parse_flags: clone.MergeFlags(parse_flags)
if __debug__: logInstanceCreation(self, 'Environment.EnvironmentClone')
return clone
def Copy(self, *args, **kw):
global _warn_copy_deprecated
if _warn_copy_deprecated:
msg = "The env.Copy() method is deprecated; use the env.Clone() method instead."
SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.DeprecatedCopyWarning, msg)
_warn_copy_deprecated = False
return self.Clone(*args, **kw)
def _changed_build(self, dependency, target, prev_ni):
if dependency.changed_state(target, prev_ni):
return 1
return self.decide_source(dependency, target, prev_ni)
def _changed_content(self, dependency, target, prev_ni):
return dependency.changed_content(target, prev_ni)
def _changed_source(self, dependency, target, prev_ni):
target_env = dependency.get_build_env()
type = target_env.get_tgt_sig_type()
if type == 'source':
return target_env.decide_source(dependency, target, prev_ni)
else:
return target_env.decide_target(dependency, target, prev_ni)
def _changed_timestamp_then_content(self, dependency, target, prev_ni):
return dependency.changed_timestamp_then_content(target, prev_ni)
def _changed_timestamp_newer(self, dependency, target, prev_ni):
return dependency.changed_timestamp_newer(target, prev_ni)
def _changed_timestamp_match(self, dependency, target, prev_ni):
return dependency.changed_timestamp_match(target, prev_ni)
def _copy_from_cache(self, src, dst):
return self.fs.copy(src, dst)
def _copy2_from_cache(self, src, dst):
return self.fs.copy2(src, dst)
def Decider(self, function):
copy_function = self._copy2_from_cache
if function in ('MD5', 'content'):
if not SCons.Util.md5:
raise UserError("MD5 signatures are not available in this version of Python.")
function = self._changed_content
elif function == 'MD5-timestamp':
function = self._changed_timestamp_then_content
elif function in ('timestamp-newer', 'make'):
function = self._changed_timestamp_newer
copy_function = self._copy_from_cache
elif function == 'timestamp-match':
function = self._changed_timestamp_match
elif not callable(function):
raise UserError("Unknown Decider value %s" % repr(function))
# We don't use AddMethod because we don't want to turn the
# function, which only expects three arguments, into a bound
# method, which would add self as an initial, fourth argument.
self.decide_target = function
self.decide_source = function
self.copy_from_cache = copy_function
def Detect(self, progs):
"""Return the first available program in progs.
"""
if not SCons.Util.is_List(progs):
progs = [ progs ]
for prog in progs:
path = self.WhereIs(prog)
if path: return prog
return None
def Dictionary(self, *args):
if not args:
return self._dict
dlist = [self._dict[x] for x in args]
if len(dlist) == 1:
dlist = dlist[0]
return dlist
def Dump(self, key = None):
"""
Using the standard Python pretty printer, dump the contents of the
scons build environment to stdout.
If the key passed in is anything other than None, then that will
be used as an index into the build environment dictionary and
whatever is found there will be fed into the pretty printer. Note
that this key is case sensitive.
"""
import pprint
pp = pprint.PrettyPrinter(indent=2)
if key:
dict = self.Dictionary(key)
else:
dict = self.Dictionary()
return pp.pformat(dict)
def FindIxes(self, paths, prefix, suffix):
"""
Search a list of paths for something that matches the prefix and suffix.
paths - the list of paths or nodes.
prefix - construction variable for the prefix.
suffix - construction variable for the suffix.
"""
suffix = self.subst('$'+suffix)
prefix = self.subst('$'+prefix)
for path in paths:
dir,name = os.path.split(str(path))
if name[:len(prefix)] == prefix and name[-len(suffix):] == suffix:
return path
def ParseConfig(self, command, function=None, unique=1):
"""
Use the specified function to parse the output of the command
in order to modify the current environment. The 'command' can
be a string or a list of strings representing a command and
its arguments. 'Function' is an optional argument that takes
the environment, the output of the command, and the unique flag.
If no function is specified, MergeFlags, which treats the output
as the result of a typical 'X-config' command (i.e. gtk-config),
will merge the output into the appropriate variables.
"""
if function is None:
def parse_conf(env, cmd, unique=unique):
return env.MergeFlags(cmd, unique)
function = parse_conf
if SCons.Util.is_List(command):
command = ' '.join(command)
command = self.subst(command)
return function(self, self.backtick(command))
def ParseDepends(self, filename, must_exist=None, only_one=0):
"""
Parse a mkdep-style file for explicit dependencies. This is
completely abusable, and should be unnecessary in the "normal"
case of proper SCons configuration, but it may help make
the transition from a Make hierarchy easier for some people
to swallow. It can also be genuinely useful when using a tool
that can write a .d file, but for which writing a scanner would
be too complicated.
"""
filename = self.subst(filename)
try:
fp = open(filename, 'r')
except IOError:
if must_exist:
raise
return
lines = SCons.Util.LogicalLines(fp).readlines()
lines = [l for l in lines if l[0] != '#']
tdlist = []
for line in lines:
try:
target, depends = line.split(':', 1)
except (AttributeError, ValueError):
# Throws AttributeError if line isn't a string. Can throw
# ValueError if line doesn't split into two or more elements.
pass
else:
tdlist.append((target.split(), depends.split()))
if only_one:
targets = []
for td in tdlist:
targets.extend(td[0])
if len(targets) > 1:
raise SCons.Errors.UserError(
"More than one dependency target found in `%s': %s"
% (filename, targets))
for target, depends in tdlist:
self.Depends(target, depends)
def Platform(self, platform):
platform = self.subst(platform)
return SCons.Platform.Platform(platform)(self)
def Prepend(self, **kw):
"""Prepend values to existing construction variables
in an Environment.
"""
kw = copy_non_reserved_keywords(kw)
for key, val in kw.items():
# It would be easier on the eyes to write this using
# "continue" statements whenever we finish processing an item,
# but Python 1.5.2 apparently doesn't let you use "continue"
# within try:-except: blocks, so we have to nest our code.
try:
orig = self._dict[key]
except KeyError:
# No existing variable in the environment, so just set
# it to the new value.
self._dict[key] = val
else:
try:
# Check if the original looks like a dictionary.
# If it is, we can't just try adding the value because
# dictionaries don't have __add__() methods, and
# things like UserList will incorrectly coerce the
# original dict to a list (which we don't want).
update_dict = orig.update
except AttributeError:
try:
# Most straightforward: just try to add them
# together. This will work in most cases, when the
# original and new values are of compatible types.
self._dict[key] = val + orig
except (KeyError, TypeError):
try:
# Check if the added value is a list.
add_to_val = val.append
except AttributeError:
# The added value isn't a list, but the
# original is (by process of elimination),
# so insert the the new value in the original
# (if there's one to insert).
if val:
orig.insert(0, val)
else:
# The added value is a list, so append
# the original to it (if there's a value
# to append).
if orig:
add_to_val(orig)
self._dict[key] = val
else:
# The original looks like a dictionary, so update it
# based on what we think the value looks like.
if SCons.Util.is_List(val):
for v in val:
orig[v] = None
else:
try:
update_dict(val)
except (AttributeError, TypeError, ValueError):
if SCons.Util.is_Dict(val):
for k, v in val.items():
orig[k] = v
else:
orig[val] = None
self.scanner_map_delete(kw)
def PrependENVPath(self, name, newpath, envname = 'ENV', sep = os.pathsep,
delete_existing=1):
"""Prepend path elements to the path 'name' in the 'ENV'
dictionary for this environment. Will only add any particular
path once, and will normpath and normcase all paths to help
assure this. This can also handle the case where the env
variable is a list instead of a string.
If delete_existing is 0, a newpath which is already in the path
will not be moved to the front (it will be left where it is).
"""
orig = ''
if envname in self._dict and name in self._dict[envname]:
orig = self._dict[envname][name]
nv = SCons.Util.PrependPath(orig, newpath, sep, delete_existing,
canonicalize=self._canonicalize)
if envname not in self._dict:
self._dict[envname] = {}
self._dict[envname][name] = nv
def PrependUnique(self, delete_existing=0, **kw):
"""Prepend values to existing construction variables
in an Environment, if they're not already there.
If delete_existing is 1, removes existing values first, so
values move to front.
"""
kw = copy_non_reserved_keywords(kw)
for key, val in kw.items():
if SCons.Util.is_List(val):
val = _delete_duplicates(val, not delete_existing)
if key not in self._dict or self._dict[key] in ('', None):
self._dict[key] = val
elif SCons.Util.is_Dict(self._dict[key]) and \
SCons.Util.is_Dict(val):
self._dict[key].update(val)
elif SCons.Util.is_List(val):
dk = self._dict[key]
if not SCons.Util.is_List(dk):
dk = [dk]
if delete_existing:
dk = [x for x in dk if x not in val]
else:
val = [x for x in val if x not in dk]
self._dict[key] = val + dk
else:
dk = self._dict[key]
if SCons.Util.is_List(dk):
# By elimination, val is not a list. Since dk is a
# list, wrap val in a list first.
if delete_existing:
dk = [x for x in dk if x not in val]
self._dict[key] = [val] + dk
else:
if not val in dk:
self._dict[key] = [val] + dk
else:
if delete_existing:
dk = [x for x in dk if x not in val]
self._dict[key] = val + dk
self.scanner_map_delete(kw)
def Replace(self, **kw):
"""Replace existing construction variables in an Environment
with new construction variables and/or values.
"""
try:
kwbd = kw['BUILDERS']
except KeyError:
pass
else:
kwbd = semi_deepcopy(kwbd)
del kw['BUILDERS']
self.__setitem__('BUILDERS', kwbd)
kw = copy_non_reserved_keywords(kw)
self._update(semi_deepcopy(kw))
self.scanner_map_delete(kw)
def ReplaceIxes(self, path, old_prefix, old_suffix, new_prefix, new_suffix):
"""
Replace old_prefix with new_prefix and old_suffix with new_suffix.
env - Environment used to interpolate variables.
path - the path that will be modified.
old_prefix - construction variable for the old prefix.
old_suffix - construction variable for the old suffix.
new_prefix - construction variable for the new prefix.
new_suffix - construction variable for the new suffix.
"""
old_prefix = self.subst('$'+old_prefix)
old_suffix = self.subst('$'+old_suffix)
new_prefix = self.subst('$'+new_prefix)
new_suffix = self.subst('$'+new_suffix)
dir,name = os.path.split(str(path))
if name[:len(old_prefix)] == old_prefix:
name = name[len(old_prefix):]
if name[-len(old_suffix):] == old_suffix:
name = name[:-len(old_suffix)]
return os.path.join(dir, new_prefix+name+new_suffix)
def SetDefault(self, **kw):
for k in kw.keys():
if k in self._dict:
del kw[k]
self.Replace(**kw)
def _find_toolpath_dir(self, tp):
return self.fs.Dir(self.subst(tp)).srcnode().abspath
def Tool(self, tool, toolpath=None, **kw):
if SCons.Util.is_String(tool):
tool = self.subst(tool)
if toolpath is None:
toolpath = self.get('toolpath', [])
toolpath = list(map(self._find_toolpath_dir, toolpath))
tool = SCons.Tool.Tool(tool, toolpath, **kw)
tool(self)
def WhereIs(self, prog, path=None, pathext=None, reject=[]):
"""Find prog in the path.
"""
if path is None:
try:
path = self['ENV']['PATH']
except KeyError:
pass
elif SCons.Util.is_String(path):
path = self.subst(path)
if pathext is None:
try:
pathext = self['ENV']['PATHEXT']
except KeyError:
pass
elif SCons.Util.is_String(pathext):
pathext = self.subst(pathext)
prog = self.subst(prog)
path = SCons.Util.WhereIs(prog, path, pathext, reject)
if path: return path
return None
#######################################################################
# Public methods for doing real "SCons stuff" (manipulating
# dependencies, setting attributes on targets, etc.). These begin
# with upper-case letters. The essential characteristic of methods
# in this section is that they all *should* have corresponding
# same-named global functions.
#######################################################################
def Action(self, *args, **kw):
def subst_string(a, self=self):
if SCons.Util.is_String(a):
a = self.subst(a)
return a
nargs = list(map(subst_string, args))
nkw = self.subst_kw(kw)
return SCons.Action.Action(*nargs, **nkw)
def AddPreAction(self, files, action):
nodes = self.arg2nodes(files, self.fs.Entry)
action = SCons.Action.Action(action)
uniq = {}
for executor in [n.get_executor() for n in nodes]:
uniq[executor] = 1
for executor in uniq.keys():
executor.add_pre_action(action)
return nodes
def AddPostAction(self, files, action):
nodes = self.arg2nodes(files, self.fs.Entry)
action = SCons.Action.Action(action)
uniq = {}
for executor in [n.get_executor() for n in nodes]:
uniq[executor] = 1
for executor in uniq.keys():
executor.add_post_action(action)
return nodes
def Alias(self, target, source=[], action=None, **kw):
tlist = self.arg2nodes(target, self.ans.Alias)
if not SCons.Util.is_List(source):
source = [source]
source = [_f for _f in source if _f]
if not action:
if not source:
# There are no source files and no action, so just
# return a target list of classic Alias Nodes, without
# any builder. The externally visible effect is that
# this will make the wrapping Script.BuildTask class
# say that there's "Nothing to be done" for this Alias,
# instead of that it's "up to date."
return tlist
# No action, but there are sources. Re-call all the target
# builders to add the sources to each target.
result = []
for t in tlist:
bld = t.get_builder(AliasBuilder)
result.extend(bld(self, t, source))
return result
nkw = self.subst_kw(kw)
nkw.update({
'action' : SCons.Action.Action(action),
'source_factory' : self.fs.Entry,
'multi' : 1,
'is_explicit' : None,
})
bld = SCons.Builder.Builder(**nkw)
# Apply the Builder separately to each target so that the Aliases
# stay separate. If we did one "normal" Builder call with the
# whole target list, then all of the target Aliases would be
# associated under a single Executor.
result = []
for t in tlist:
# Calling the convert() method will cause a new Executor to be
# created from scratch, so we have to explicitly initialize
# it with the target's existing sources, plus our new ones,
# so nothing gets lost.
b = t.get_builder()
if b is None or b is AliasBuilder:
b = bld
else:
nkw['action'] = b.action + action
b = SCons.Builder.Builder(**nkw)
t.convert()
result.extend(b(self, t, t.sources + source))
return result
def AlwaysBuild(self, *targets):
tlist = []
for t in targets:
tlist.extend(self.arg2nodes(t, self.fs.Entry))
for t in tlist:
t.set_always_build()
return tlist
def BuildDir(self, *args, **kw):
msg = """BuildDir() and the build_dir keyword have been deprecated;\n\tuse VariantDir() and the variant_dir keyword instead."""
SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.DeprecatedBuildDirWarning, msg)
if 'build_dir' in kw:
kw['variant_dir'] = kw['build_dir']
del kw['build_dir']
return self.VariantDir(*args, **kw)
def Builder(self, **kw):
nkw = self.subst_kw(kw)
return SCons.Builder.Builder(**nkw)
def CacheDir(self, path):
import SCons.CacheDir
if path is not None:
path = self.subst(path)
self._CacheDir_path = path
def Clean(self, targets, files):
global CleanTargets
tlist = self.arg2nodes(targets, self.fs.Entry)
flist = self.arg2nodes(files, self.fs.Entry)
for t in tlist:
try:
CleanTargets[t].extend(flist)
except KeyError:
CleanTargets[t] = flist
def Configure(self, *args, **kw):
nargs = [self]
if args:
nargs = nargs + self.subst_list(args)[0]
nkw = self.subst_kw(kw)
nkw['_depth'] = kw.get('_depth', 0) + 1
try:
nkw['custom_tests'] = self.subst_kw(nkw['custom_tests'])
except KeyError:
pass
return SCons.SConf.SConf(*nargs, **nkw)
def Command(self, target, source, action, **kw):
"""Builds the supplied target files from the supplied
source files using the supplied action. Action may
be any type that the Builder constructor will accept
for an action."""
bkw = {
'action' : action,
'target_factory' : self.fs.Entry,
'source_factory' : self.fs.Entry,
}
try: bkw['source_scanner'] = kw['source_scanner']
except KeyError: pass
else: del kw['source_scanner']
bld = SCons.Builder.Builder(**bkw)
return bld(self, target, source, **kw)
def Depends(self, target, dependency):
"""Explicity specify that 'target's depend on 'dependency'."""
tlist = self.arg2nodes(target, self.fs.Entry)
dlist = self.arg2nodes(dependency, self.fs.Entry)
for t in tlist:
t.add_dependency(dlist)
return tlist
def Dir(self, name, *args, **kw):
"""
"""
s = self.subst(name)
if SCons.Util.is_Sequence(s):
result=[]
for e in s:
result.append(self.fs.Dir(e, *args, **kw))
return result
return self.fs.Dir(s, *args, **kw)
def NoClean(self, *targets):
"""Tags a target so that it will not be cleaned by -c"""
tlist = []
for t in targets:
tlist.extend(self.arg2nodes(t, self.fs.Entry))
for t in tlist:
t.set_noclean()
return tlist
def NoCache(self, *targets):
"""Tags a target so that it will not be cached"""
tlist = []
for t in targets:
tlist.extend(self.arg2nodes(t, self.fs.Entry))
for t in tlist:
t.set_nocache()
return tlist
def Entry(self, name, *args, **kw):
"""
"""
s = self.subst(name)
if SCons.Util.is_Sequence(s):
result=[]
for e in s:
result.append(self.fs.Entry(e, *args, **kw))
return result
return self.fs.Entry(s, *args, **kw)
def Environment(self, **kw):
return SCons.Environment.Environment(**self.subst_kw(kw))
def Execute(self, action, *args, **kw):
"""Directly execute an action through an Environment
"""
action = self.Action(action, *args, **kw)
result = action([], [], self)
if isinstance(result, SCons.Errors.BuildError):
errstr = result.errstr
if result.filename:
errstr = result.filename + ': ' + errstr
sys.stderr.write("scons: *** %s\n" % errstr)
return result.status
else:
return result
def File(self, name, *args, **kw):
"""
"""
s = self.subst(name)
if SCons.Util.is_Sequence(s):
result=[]
for e in s:
result.append(self.fs.File(e, *args, **kw))
return result
return self.fs.File(s, *args, **kw)
def FindFile(self, file, dirs):
file = self.subst(file)
nodes = self.arg2nodes(dirs, self.fs.Dir)
return SCons.Node.FS.find_file(file, tuple(nodes))
def Flatten(self, sequence):
return SCons.Util.flatten(sequence)
def GetBuildPath(self, files):
result = list(map(str, self.arg2nodes(files, self.fs.Entry)))
if SCons.Util.is_List(files):
return result
else:
return result[0]
def Glob(self, pattern, ondisk=True, source=False, strings=False):
return self.fs.Glob(self.subst(pattern), ondisk, source, strings)
def Ignore(self, target, dependency):
"""Ignore a dependency."""
tlist = self.arg2nodes(target, self.fs.Entry)
dlist = self.arg2nodes(dependency, self.fs.Entry)
for t in tlist:
t.add_ignore(dlist)
return tlist
def Literal(self, string):
return SCons.Subst.Literal(string)
def Local(self, *targets):
ret = []
for targ in targets:
if isinstance(targ, SCons.Node.Node):
targ.set_local()
ret.append(targ)
else:
for t in self.arg2nodes(targ, self.fs.Entry):
t.set_local()
ret.append(t)
return ret
def Precious(self, *targets):
tlist = []
for t in targets:
tlist.extend(self.arg2nodes(t, self.fs.Entry))
for t in tlist:
t.set_precious()
return tlist
def Repository(self, *dirs, **kw):
dirs = self.arg2nodes(list(dirs), self.fs.Dir)
self.fs.Repository(*dirs, **kw)
def Requires(self, target, prerequisite):
"""Specify that 'prerequisite' must be built before 'target',
(but 'target' does not actually depend on 'prerequisite'
and need not be rebuilt if it changes)."""
tlist = self.arg2nodes(target, self.fs.Entry)
plist = self.arg2nodes(prerequisite, self.fs.Entry)
for t in tlist:
t.add_prerequisite(plist)
return tlist
def Scanner(self, *args, **kw):
nargs = []
for arg in args:
if SCons.Util.is_String(arg):
arg = self.subst(arg)
nargs.append(arg)
nkw = self.subst_kw(kw)
return SCons.Scanner.Base(*nargs, **nkw)
def SConsignFile(self, name=".sconsign", dbm_module=None):
if name is not None:
name = self.subst(name)
if not os.path.isabs(name):
name = os.path.join(str(self.fs.SConstruct_dir), name)
if name:
name = os.path.normpath(name)
sconsign_dir = os.path.dirname(name)
if sconsign_dir and not os.path.exists(sconsign_dir):
self.Execute(SCons.Defaults.Mkdir(sconsign_dir))
SCons.SConsign.File(name, dbm_module)
def SideEffect(self, side_effect, target):
"""Tell scons that side_effects are built as side
effects of building targets."""
side_effects = self.arg2nodes(side_effect, self.fs.Entry)
targets = self.arg2nodes(target, self.fs.Entry)
for side_effect in side_effects:
if side_effect.multiple_side_effect_has_builder():
raise SCons.Errors.UserError("Multiple ways to build the same target were specified for: %s" % str(side_effect))
side_effect.add_source(targets)
side_effect.side_effect = 1
self.Precious(side_effect)
for target in targets:
target.side_effects.append(side_effect)
return side_effects
def SourceCode(self, entry, builder):
"""Arrange for a source code builder for (part of) a tree."""
msg = """SourceCode() has been deprecated and there is no replacement.
\tIf you need this function, please contact dev@scons.tigris.org."""
SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.DeprecatedSourceCodeWarning, msg)
entries = self.arg2nodes(entry, self.fs.Entry)
for entry in entries:
entry.set_src_builder(builder)
return entries
def SourceSignatures(self, type):
global _warn_source_signatures_deprecated
if _warn_source_signatures_deprecated:
msg = "The env.SourceSignatures() method is deprecated;\n" + \
"\tconvert your build to use the env.Decider() method instead."
SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.DeprecatedSourceSignaturesWarning, msg)
_warn_source_signatures_deprecated = False
type = self.subst(type)
self.src_sig_type = type
if type == 'MD5':
if not SCons.Util.md5:
raise UserError("MD5 signatures are not available in this version of Python.")
self.decide_source = self._changed_content
elif type == 'timestamp':
self.decide_source = self._changed_timestamp_match
else:
raise UserError("Unknown source signature type '%s'" % type)
def Split(self, arg):
"""This function converts a string or list into a list of strings
or Nodes. This makes things easier for users by allowing files to
be specified as a white-space separated list to be split.
The input rules are:
- A single string containing names separated by spaces. These will be
split apart at the spaces.
- A single Node instance
- A list containing either strings or Node instances. Any strings
in the list are not split at spaces.
In all cases, the function returns a list of Nodes and strings."""
if SCons.Util.is_List(arg):
return list(map(self.subst, arg))
elif SCons.Util.is_String(arg):
return self.subst(arg).split()
else:
return [self.subst(arg)]
def TargetSignatures(self, type):
global _warn_target_signatures_deprecated
if _warn_target_signatures_deprecated:
msg = "The env.TargetSignatures() method is deprecated;\n" + \
"\tconvert your build to use the env.Decider() method instead."
SCons.Warnings.warn(SCons.Warnings.DeprecatedTargetSignaturesWarning, msg)
_warn_target_signatures_deprecated = False
type = self.subst(type)
self.tgt_sig_type = type
if type in ('MD5', 'content'):
if not SCons.Util.md5:
raise UserError("MD5 signatures are not available in this version of Python.")
self.decide_target = self._changed_content
elif type == 'timestamp':
self.decide_target = self._changed_timestamp_match
elif type == 'build':
self.decide_target = self._changed_build
elif type == 'source':
self.decide_target = self._changed_source
else:
raise UserError("Unknown target signature type '%s'"%type)
def Value(self, value, built_value=None):
"""
"""
return SCons.Node.Python.Value(value, built_value)
def VariantDir(self, variant_dir, src_dir, duplicate=1):
variant_dir = self.arg2nodes(variant_dir, self.fs.Dir)[0]
src_dir = self.arg2nodes(src_dir, self.fs.Dir)[0]
self.fs.VariantDir(variant_dir, src_dir, duplicate)
def FindSourceFiles(self, node='.'):
""" returns a list of all source files.
"""
node = self.arg2nodes(node, self.fs.Entry)[0]
sources = []
def build_source(ss):
for s in ss:
if isinstance(s, SCons.Node.FS.Dir):
build_source(s.all_children())
elif s.has_builder():
build_source(s.sources)
elif isinstance(s.disambiguate(), SCons.Node.FS.File):
sources.append(s)
build_source(node.all_children())
# THIS CODE APPEARS TO HAVE NO EFFECT
# # get the final srcnode for all nodes, this means stripping any
# # attached build node by calling the srcnode function
# for file in sources:
# srcnode = file.srcnode()
# while srcnode != file.srcnode():
# srcnode = file.srcnode()
# remove duplicates
return list(set(sources))
def FindInstalledFiles(self):
""" returns the list of all targets of the Install and InstallAs Builder.
"""
from SCons.Tool import install
if install._UNIQUE_INSTALLED_FILES is None:
install._UNIQUE_INSTALLED_FILES = SCons.Util.uniquer_hashables(install._INSTALLED_FILES)
return install._UNIQUE_INSTALLED_FILES
class OverrideEnvironment(Base):
"""A proxy that overrides variables in a wrapped construction
environment by returning values from an overrides dictionary in
preference to values from the underlying subject environment.
This is a lightweight (I hope) proxy that passes through most use of
attributes to the underlying Environment.Base class, but has just
enough additional methods defined to act like a real construction
environment with overridden values. It can wrap either a Base
construction environment, or another OverrideEnvironment, which
can in turn nest arbitrary OverrideEnvironments...
Note that we do *not* call the underlying base class
(SubsitutionEnvironment) initialization, because we get most of those
from proxying the attributes of the subject construction environment.
But because we subclass SubstitutionEnvironment, this class also
has inherited arg2nodes() and subst*() methods; those methods can't
be proxied because they need *this* object's methods to fetch the
values from the overrides dictionary.
"""
def __init__(self, subject, overrides={}):
if __debug__: logInstanceCreation(self, 'Environment.OverrideEnvironment')
self.__dict__['__subject'] = subject
self.__dict__['overrides'] = overrides
# Methods that make this class act like a proxy.
def __getattr__(self, name):
return getattr(self.__dict__['__subject'], name)
def __setattr__(self, name, value):
setattr(self.__dict__['__subject'], name, value)
# Methods that make this class act like a dictionary.
def __getitem__(self, key):
try:
return self.__dict__['overrides'][key]
except KeyError:
return self.__dict__['__subject'].__getitem__(key)
def __setitem__(self, key, value):
if not is_valid_construction_var(key):
raise SCons.Errors.UserError("Illegal construction variable `%s'" % key)
self.__dict__['overrides'][key] = value
def __delitem__(self, key):
try:
del self.__dict__['overrides'][key]
except KeyError:
deleted = 0
else:
deleted = 1
try:
result = self.__dict__['__subject'].__delitem__(key)
except KeyError:
if not deleted:
raise
result = None
return result
def get(self, key, default=None):
"""Emulates the get() method of dictionaries."""
try:
return self.__dict__['overrides'][key]
except KeyError:
return self.__dict__['__subject'].get(key, default)
def has_key(self, key):
try:
self.__dict__['overrides'][key]
return 1
except KeyError:
return key in self.__dict__['__subject']
def __contains__(self, key):
if self.__dict__['overrides'].__contains__(key):
return 1
return self.__dict__['__subject'].__contains__(key)
def Dictionary(self):
"""Emulates the items() method of dictionaries."""
d = self.__dict__['__subject'].Dictionary().copy()
d.update(self.__dict__['overrides'])
return d
def items(self):
"""Emulates the items() method of dictionaries."""
return list(self.Dictionary().items())
# Overridden private construction environment methods.
def _update(self, dict):
"""Update an environment's values directly, bypassing the normal
checks that occur when users try to set items.
"""
self.__dict__['overrides'].update(dict)
def gvars(self):
return self.__dict__['__subject'].gvars()
def lvars(self):
lvars = self.__dict__['__subject'].lvars()
lvars.update(self.__dict__['overrides'])
return lvars
# Overridden public construction environment methods.
def Replace(self, **kw):
kw = copy_non_reserved_keywords(kw)
self.__dict__['overrides'].update(semi_deepcopy(kw))
# The entry point that will be used by the external world
# to refer to a construction environment. This allows the wrapper
# interface to extend a construction environment for its own purposes
# by subclassing SCons.Environment.Base and then assigning the
# class to SCons.Environment.Environment.
Environment = Base
# An entry point for returning a proxy subclass instance that overrides
# the subst*() methods so they don't actually perform construction
# variable substitution. This is specifically intended to be the shim
# layer in between global function calls (which don't want construction
# variable substitution) and the DefaultEnvironment() (which would
# substitute variables if left to its own devices)."""
#
# We have to wrap this in a function that allows us to delay definition of
# the class until it's necessary, so that when it subclasses Environment
# it will pick up whatever Environment subclass the wrapper interface
# might have assigned to SCons.Environment.Environment.
def NoSubstitutionProxy(subject):
class _NoSubstitutionProxy(Environment):
def __init__(self, subject):
self.__dict__['__subject'] = subject
def __getattr__(self, name):
return getattr(self.__dict__['__subject'], name)
def __setattr__(self, name, value):
return setattr(self.__dict__['__subject'], name, value)
def raw_to_mode(self, dict):
try:
raw = dict['raw']
except KeyError:
pass
else:
del dict['raw']
dict['mode'] = raw
def subst(self, string, *args, **kwargs):
return string
def subst_kw(self, kw, *args, **kwargs):
return kw
def subst_list(self, string, *args, **kwargs):
nargs = (string, self,) + args
nkw = kwargs.copy()
nkw['gvars'] = {}
self.raw_to_mode(nkw)
return SCons.Subst.scons_subst_list(*nargs, **nkw)
def subst_target_source(self, string, *args, **kwargs):
nargs = (string, self,) + args
nkw = kwargs.copy()
nkw['gvars'] = {}
self.raw_to_mode(nkw)
return SCons.Subst.scons_subst(*nargs, **nkw)
return _NoSubstitutionProxy(subject)
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