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#! /bin/bash -uv
# Build kzip files (source files for the indexing pipeline) for the given configuration,
# merge them and place the resulting all.kzip into $DIST_DIR.
# It is assumed that the current directory is the top of the source tree.
# The following environment variables affect the result:
# BUILD_NUMBER build number, used to generate unique ID (will use UUID if not set)
# DIST_DIR where the resulting all.kzip will be placed
# OUT_DIR output directory (out if not specified})
# TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT variant, e.g., `userdebug`
# TARGET_PRODUCT target device name, e.g., 'aosp_blueline'
# XREF_CORPUS source code repository URI, e.g., ''
: ${BUILD_NUMBER:=$(uuidgen)}
# The extraction might fail for some source files, so run with -k and then check that
# sufficiently many files were generated.
build/soong/soong_ui.bash --build-mode --all-modules --dir=$PWD -k merge_zips xref_cxx xref_java
declare -r out="${OUT_DIR:-out}"
declare -r kzip_count=$(find "$out" -name '*.kzip' | wc -l)
(($kzip_count>100000)) || { printf "Too few kzip files were generated: %d\n" $kzip_count; exit 1; }
# Pack
# TODO(asmundak): this should be done by soong.
declare -r allkzip="$BUILD_NUMBER.kzip"
"$out/soong/host/linux-x86/bin/merge_zips" "$DIST_DIR/$allkzip" @<(find "$out" -name '*.kzip')