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# Copyright 2013 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Top-level presubmit script for Chromium media component.
for more details about the presubmit API built into gcl.
def _FilterFile(affected_file):
"""Return true if the file could contain code requiring a presubmit check."""
return affected_file.LocalPath().endswith(
('.h', '.cc', '.cpp', '.cxx', '.mm'))
def _CheckForUseOfWrongClock(input_api, output_api):
"""Make sure new lines of media code don't use a clock susceptible to skew."""
# Regular expression that should detect any explicit references to the
# base::Time type (or base::Clock/DefaultClock), whether in using decls,
# typedefs, or to call static methods.
base_time_type_pattern = r'(^|\W)base::(Time|Clock|DefaultClock)(\W|$)'
# Regular expression that should detect references to the base::Time class
# members, such as a call to base::Time::Now.
base_time_member_pattern = r'(^|\W)(Time|Clock|DefaultClock)::'
# Regular expression to detect "using base::Time" declarations. We want to
# prevent these from triggerring a warning. For example, it's perfectly
# reasonable for code to be written like this:
# using base::Time;
# ...
# int64 foo_us = foo_s * Time::kMicrosecondsPerSecond;
using_base_time_decl_pattern = r'^\s*using\s+(::)?base::Time\s*;'
# Regular expression to detect references to the kXXX constants in the
# base::Time class. We want to prevent these from triggerring a warning.
base_time_konstant_pattern = r'(^|\W)Time::k\w+'
problem_re =
r'(' + base_time_type_pattern + r')|(' + base_time_member_pattern + r')')
exception_re =
r'(' + using_base_time_decl_pattern + r')|(' +
base_time_konstant_pattern + r')')
problems = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(_FilterFile):
for line_number, line in f.ChangedContents():
if not
' %s:%d\n %s' % (f.LocalPath(), line_number, line.strip()))
if problems:
return [output_api.PresubmitPromptOrNotify(
'You added one or more references to the base::Time class and/or one\n'
'of its member functions (or base::Clock/DefaultClock). In media\n'
'code, it is rarely correct to use a clock susceptible to time skew!\n'
'Instead, could you use base::TimeTicks to track the passage of\n'
'real-world time?\n\n' +
return []
def _CheckForMessageLoopProxy(input_api, output_api):
"""Make sure media code only uses MessageLoopProxy for accessing the current
message_loop_proxy_re =
problems = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(_FilterFile):
for line_number, line in f.ChangedContents():
problems.append('%s:%d' % (f.LocalPath(), line_number))
if problems:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'MessageLoopProxy should only be used for accessing the current loop.\n'
'Use the TaskRunner interfaces instead as they are more explicit about\n'
'the run-time characteristics. In most cases, SingleThreadTaskRunner\n'
'is a drop-in replacement for MessageLoopProxy.', problems)]
return []
def _CheckForHistogramOffByOne(input_api, output_api):
"""Make sure histogram enum maxes are used properly"""
# A general-purpose chunk of regex to match whitespace and/or comments
# that may be interspersed with the code we're interested in:
comment = r'/\*.*?\*/|//[^\n]*'
whitespace = r'(?:[\n\t ]|(?:' + comment + r'))*'
# The name is assumed to be a literal string.
histogram_name = r'"[^"]*"'
# This can be an arbitrary expression, so just ensure it isn't a ; to prevent
# matching past the end of this statement.
histogram_value = r'[^;]*'
# In parens so we can retrieve it for further checks.
histogram_max = r'([^;,]*)'
# This should match a uma histogram enumeration macro expression.
uma_macro_re =
r'\bUMA_HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATION\(' + whitespace + histogram_name + r',' +
whitespace + histogram_value + r',' + whitespace + histogram_max +
whitespace + r'\)' + whitespace + r';(?:' + whitespace +
uma_max_re ='.*(?:Max|MAX).* \+ 1')
problems = []
for f in input_api.AffectedSourceFiles(_FilterFile):
contents = input_api.ReadFile(f)
# We want to match across lines, but still report a line number, so we keep
# track of the line we're on as we search through the file.
line_number = 1
# We search the entire file, then check if any violations are in the changed
# areas, this is inefficient, but simple. A UMA_HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATION call
# will often span multiple lines, so finding a match looking just at the
# deltas line-by-line won't catch problems.
match =
while match:
line_number += contents.count('\n', 0, match.start())
max_arg = # The third argument.
if (not uma_max_re.match(max_arg) and !=
uma_range = range(match.start(), match.end() + 1)
# Check if any part of the match is in the changed lines:
for num, line in f.ChangedContents():
if line_number <= num <= line_number +'\n'):
problems.append('%s:%d' % (f, line_number))
# Strip off the file contents up to the end of the match and update the
# line number.
contents = contents[match.end():]
line_number +='\n')
match =
if problems:
return [output_api.PresubmitError(
'UMA_HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATION reports in src/media/ are expected to adhere\n'
'to the following guidelines:\n'
' - The max value (3rd argument) should be an enum value equal to the\n'
' last valid value, e.g. FOO_MAX = LAST_VALID_FOO.\n'
' - 1 must be added to that max value.\n'
'Contact if you have questions.' , problems)]
return []
def _CheckChange(input_api, output_api):
results = []
results.extend(_CheckForUseOfWrongClock(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForMessageLoopProxy(input_api, output_api))
results.extend(_CheckForHistogramOffByOne(input_api, output_api))
return results
def CheckChangeOnUpload(input_api, output_api):
return _CheckChange(input_api, output_api)
def CheckChangeOnCommit(input_api, output_api):
return _CheckChange(input_api, output_api)