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# Copyright (c) 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.
import json
import os
import subprocess
import sys
import re
from optparse import OptionParser
# This script runs pkg-config, optionally filtering out some results, and
# returns the result.
# The result will be [ <includes>, <cflags>, <libs>, <lib_dirs>, <ldflags> ]
# where each member is itself a list of strings.
# You can filter out matches using "-v <regexp>" where all results from
# pkgconfig matching the given regular expression will be ignored. You can
# specify more than one regular expression my specifying "-v" more than once.
# You can specify a sysroot using "-s <sysroot>" where sysroot is the absolute
# system path to the sysroot used for compiling. This script will attempt to
# generate correct paths for the sysroot.
# When using a sysroot, you must also specify the architecture via
# "-a <arch>" where arch is either "x86" or "x64".
# If this is run on non-Linux platforms, just return nothing and indicate
# success. This allows us to "kind of emulate" a Linux build from other
# platforms.
if sys.platform.find("linux") == -1:
print "[[],[],[],[],[]]"
def SetConfigPath(options):
"""Set the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable.
This takes into account any sysroot and architecture specification from the
options on the given command line."""
sysroot = options.sysroot
if not sysroot:
sysroot = ""
# Compute the library path name based on the architecture.
arch = options.arch
if sysroot and not arch:
print "You must specify an architecture via -a if using a sysroot."
if arch == 'x64':
libpath = 'lib64'
libpath = 'lib'
# Add the sysroot path to the environment's PKG_CONFIG_PATH
config_path = sysroot + '/usr/' + libpath + '/pkgconfig'
config_path += ':' + sysroot + '/usr/share/pkgconfig'
if 'PKG_CONFIG_PATH' in os.environ:
os.environ['PKG_CONFIG_PATH'] += ':' + config_path
os.environ['PKG_CONFIG_PATH'] = config_path
def GetPkgConfigPrefixToStrip(args):
"""Returns the prefix from pkg-config where packages are installed.
This returned prefix is the one that should be stripped from the beginning of
directory names to take into account sysroots."""
# Some sysroots, like the Chromium OS ones, may generate paths that are not
# relative to the sysroot. For example,
# /path/to/chroot/build/x86-generic/usr/lib/pkgconfig/pkg.pc may have all
# paths relative to /path/to/chroot (i.e. prefix=/build/x86-generic/usr)
# instead of relative to /path/to/chroot/build/x86-generic (i.e prefix=/usr).
# To support this correctly, it's necessary to extract the prefix to strip
# from pkg-config's |prefix| variable.
prefix = subprocess.check_output(["pkg-config", "--variable=prefix"] + args,
if prefix[-4] == '/usr':
return prefix[4:]
return prefix
def MatchesAnyRegexp(flag, list_of_regexps):
"""Returns true if the first argument matches any regular expression in the
given list."""
for regexp in list_of_regexps:
if != None:
return True
return False
def RewritePath(path, strip_prefix, sysroot):
"""Rewrites a path by stripping the prefix and prepending the sysroot."""
if os.path.isabs(path) and not path.startswith(sysroot):
if path.startswith(strip_prefix):
path = path[len(strip_prefix):]
path = path.lstrip('/')
return os.path.join(sysroot, path)
return path
parser = OptionParser()
parser.add_option('-v', action='append', dest='strip_out', type='string')
parser.add_option('-s', action='store', dest='sysroot', type='string')
parser.add_option('-a', action='store', dest='arch', type='string')
(options, args) = parser.parse_args()
# Make a list of regular expressions to strip out.
strip_out = []
if options.strip_out != None:
for regexp in options.strip_out:
if options.sysroot:
prefix = GetPkgConfigPrefixToStrip(args)
prefix = ''
flag_string = subprocess.check_output(
[ "pkg-config", "--cflags", "--libs-only-l", "--libs-only-L" ] +
args, env=os.environ)
# For now just split on spaces to get the args out. This will break if
# pkgconfig returns quoted things with spaces in them, but that doesn't seem
# to happen in practice.
all_flags = flag_string.strip().split(' ')
print "Could not run pkg-config."
sysroot = options.sysroot
if not sysroot:
sysroot = ''
includes = []
cflags = []
libs = []
lib_dirs = []
ldflags = []
for flag in all_flags[:]:
if len(flag) == 0 or MatchesAnyRegexp(flag, strip_out):
if flag[:2] == '-l':
libs.append(RewritePath(flag[2:], prefix, sysroot))
elif flag[:2] == '-L':
lib_dirs.append(RewritePath(flag[2:], prefix, sysroot))
elif flag[:2] == '-I':
includes.append(RewritePath(flag[2:], prefix, sysroot))
elif flag[:3] == '-Wl':
elif flag == '-pthread':
# Many libs specify "-pthread" which we don't need since we always include
# this anyway. Removing it here prevents a bunch of duplicate inclusions on
# the command line.
# Output a GN array, the first one is the cflags, the second are the libs. The
# JSON formatter prints GN compatible lists when everything is a list of
# strings.
print json.dumps([includes, cflags, libs, lib_dirs, ldflags])