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"""SCons.Platform.posix
Platform-specific initialization for POSIX (Linux, UNIX, etc.) systems.
There normally shouldn't be any need to import this module directly. It
will usually be imported through the generic SCons.Platform.Platform()
selection method.
"""
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__revision__ = "src/engine/SCons/Platform/posix.py 5134 2010/08/16 23:02:40 bdeegan"
import errno
import os
import os.path
import subprocess
import sys
import select
import SCons.Util
from SCons.Platform import TempFileMunge
exitvalmap = {
2 : 127,
13 : 126,
}
def escape(arg):
"escape shell special characters"
slash = '\\'
special = '"$()'
arg = arg.replace(slash, slash+slash)
for c in special:
arg = arg.replace(c, slash+c)
return '"' + arg + '"'
def exec_system(l, env):
stat = os.system(' '.join(l))
if stat & 0xff:
return stat | 0x80
return stat >> 8
def exec_spawnvpe(l, env):
stat = os.spawnvpe(os.P_WAIT, l[0], l, env)
# os.spawnvpe() returns the actual exit code, not the encoding
# returned by os.waitpid() or os.system().
return stat
def exec_fork(l, env):
pid = os.fork()
if not pid:
# Child process.
exitval = 127
try:
os.execvpe(l[0], l, env)
except OSError, e:
exitval = exitvalmap.get(e[0], e[0])
sys.stderr.write("scons: %s: %s\n" % (l[0], e[1]))
os._exit(exitval)
else:
# Parent process.
pid, stat = os.waitpid(pid, 0)
if stat & 0xff:
return stat | 0x80
return stat >> 8
def _get_env_command(sh, escape, cmd, args, env):
s = ' '.join(args)
if env:
l = ['env', '-'] + \
[escape(t[0])+'='+escape(t[1]) for t in env.items()] + \
[sh, '-c', escape(s)]
s = ' '.join(l)
return s
def env_spawn(sh, escape, cmd, args, env):
return exec_system([_get_env_command( sh, escape, cmd, args, env)], env)
def spawnvpe_spawn(sh, escape, cmd, args, env):
return exec_spawnvpe([sh, '-c', ' '.join(args)], env)
def fork_spawn(sh, escape, cmd, args, env):
return exec_fork([sh, '-c', ' '.join(args)], env)
def process_cmd_output(cmd_stdout, cmd_stderr, stdout, stderr):
stdout_eof = stderr_eof = 0
while not (stdout_eof and stderr_eof):
try:
(i,o,e) = select.select([cmd_stdout, cmd_stderr], [], [])
if cmd_stdout in i:
str = cmd_stdout.read()
if len(str) == 0:
stdout_eof = 1
elif stdout is not None:
stdout.write(str)
if cmd_stderr in i:
str = cmd_stderr.read()
if len(str) == 0:
#sys.__stderr__.write( "stderr_eof=1\n" )
stderr_eof = 1
else:
#sys.__stderr__.write( "str(stderr) = %s\n" % str )
stderr.write(str)
except select.error, (_errno, _strerror):
if _errno != errno.EINTR:
raise
def exec_popen3(l, env, stdout, stderr):
proc = subprocess.Popen(' '.join(l),
stdout=stdout,
stderr=stderr,
shell=True)
stat = proc.wait()
if stat & 0xff:
return stat | 0x80
return stat >> 8
def exec_piped_fork(l, env, stdout, stderr):
# spawn using fork / exec and providing a pipe for the command's
# stdout / stderr stream
if stdout != stderr:
(rFdOut, wFdOut) = os.pipe()
(rFdErr, wFdErr) = os.pipe()
else:
(rFdOut, wFdOut) = os.pipe()
rFdErr = rFdOut
wFdErr = wFdOut
# do the fork
pid = os.fork()
if not pid:
# Child process
os.close( rFdOut )
if rFdOut != rFdErr:
os.close( rFdErr )
os.dup2( wFdOut, 1 ) # is there some symbolic way to do that ?
os.dup2( wFdErr, 2 )
os.close( wFdOut )
if stdout != stderr:
os.close( wFdErr )
exitval = 127
try:
os.execvpe(l[0], l, env)
except OSError, e:
exitval = exitvalmap.get(e[0], e[0])
stderr.write("scons: %s: %s\n" % (l[0], e[1]))
os._exit(exitval)
else:
# Parent process
pid, stat = os.waitpid(pid, 0)
os.close( wFdOut )
if stdout != stderr:
os.close( wFdErr )
childOut = os.fdopen( rFdOut )
if stdout != stderr:
childErr = os.fdopen( rFdErr )
else:
childErr = childOut
process_cmd_output(childOut, childErr, stdout, stderr)
os.close( rFdOut )
if stdout != stderr:
os.close( rFdErr )
if stat & 0xff:
return stat | 0x80
return stat >> 8
def piped_env_spawn(sh, escape, cmd, args, env, stdout, stderr):
# spawn using Popen3 combined with the env command
# the command name and the command's stdout is written to stdout
# the command's stderr is written to stderr
return exec_popen3([_get_env_command(sh, escape, cmd, args, env)],
env, stdout, stderr)
def piped_fork_spawn(sh, escape, cmd, args, env, stdout, stderr):
# spawn using fork / exec and providing a pipe for the command's
# stdout / stderr stream
return exec_piped_fork([sh, '-c', ' '.join(args)],
env, stdout, stderr)
def generate(env):
# If os.spawnvpe() exists, we use it to spawn commands. Otherwise
# if the env utility exists, we use os.system() to spawn commands,
# finally we fall back on os.fork()/os.exec().
#
# os.spawnvpe() is prefered because it is the most efficient. But
# for Python versions without it, os.system() is prefered because it
# is claimed that it works better with threads (i.e. -j) and is more
# efficient than forking Python.
#
# NB: Other people on the scons-users mailing list have claimed that
# os.fork()/os.exec() works better than os.system(). There may just
# not be a default that works best for all users.
if 'spawnvpe' in os.__dict__:
spawn = spawnvpe_spawn
elif env.Detect('env'):
spawn = env_spawn
else:
spawn = fork_spawn
if env.Detect('env'):
pspawn = piped_env_spawn
else:
pspawn = piped_fork_spawn
if 'ENV' not in env:
env['ENV'] = {}
env['ENV']['PATH'] = '/usr/local/bin:/opt/bin:/bin:/usr/bin'
env['OBJPREFIX'] = ''
env['OBJSUFFIX'] = '.o'
env['SHOBJPREFIX'] = '$OBJPREFIX'
env['SHOBJSUFFIX'] = '$OBJSUFFIX'
env['PROGPREFIX'] = ''
env['PROGSUFFIX'] = ''
env['LIBPREFIX'] = 'lib'
env['LIBSUFFIX'] = '.a'
env['SHLIBPREFIX'] = '$LIBPREFIX'
env['SHLIBSUFFIX'] = '.so'
env['LIBPREFIXES'] = [ '$LIBPREFIX' ]
env['LIBSUFFIXES'] = [ '$LIBSUFFIX', '$SHLIBSUFFIX' ]
env['PSPAWN'] = pspawn
env['SPAWN'] = spawn
env['SHELL'] = 'sh'
env['ESCAPE'] = escape
env['TEMPFILE'] = TempFileMunge
env['TEMPFILEPREFIX'] = '@'
#Based on LINUX: ARG_MAX=ARG_MAX=131072 - 3000 for environment expansion
#Note: specific platforms might rise or lower this value
env['MAXLINELENGTH'] = 128072
# This platform supports RPATH specifications.
env['__RPATH'] = '$_RPATH'
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