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#!/usr/bin/env python
# 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.
This file emits the list of reasons why a particular build needs to be clobbered
(or a list of 'landmines').
import optparse
import sys
import landmine_utils
builder = landmine_utils.builder
distributor = landmine_utils.distributor
gyp_defines = landmine_utils.gyp_defines
gyp_msvs_version = landmine_utils.gyp_msvs_version
platform = landmine_utils.platform
def print_landmines(target):
target can be one of {'Release', 'Debug', 'Debug_x64', 'Release_x64'}.
if (distributor() == 'goma' and platform() == 'win32' and
builder() == 'ninja'):
print 'Need to clobber winja goma due to backend cwd cache fix.'
if platform() == 'android':
print 'Clobber: build_size.jar needs to be deleted (issue 258633003)'
if platform() == 'win' and builder() == 'ninja':
print 'Compile on cc_unittests fails due to symbols removed in r185063.'
if platform() == 'linux' and builder() == 'ninja':
print 'Builders switching from make to ninja will clobber on this.'
if platform() == 'mac':
print 'Switching from bundle to unbundled dylib (issue 14743002).'
if platform() in ('win', 'mac'):
print ('Improper dependency for broke in r240802, '
'fixed in r240860.')
if (platform() == 'win' and builder() == 'ninja' and
gyp_msvs_version() == '2012' and
gyp_defines().get('target_arch') == 'x64' and
gyp_defines().get('dcheck_always_on') == '1'):
print "Switched win x64 trybots from VS2010 to VS2012."
if (platform() == 'win' and builder() == 'ninja' and
print "Switched win from VS2010 to VS2013."
print "Update to VS2013 Update 2."
print 'Need to clobber everything due to an IDL change in r154579 (blink)'
print 'Need to clobber everything due to gen file moves in r175513 (Blink)'
if (platform() != 'ios'):
print 'Clobber to get rid of obselete test plugin after r248358'
print 'Clobber to rebuild GN files for V8'
def main():
parser = optparse.OptionParser()
parser.add_option('-t', '--target',
help=='Target for which the landmines have to be emitted')
options, args = parser.parse_args()
if args:
parser.error('Unknown arguments %s' % args)
return 0
if __name__ == '__main__':