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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (c) 2012 Google Inc. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
Verifies that stripping works.
import TestGyp
import TestMac
import re
import subprocess
import sys
import time
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
test = TestGyp.TestGyp(formats=['ninja', 'make', 'xcode'])
test.run_gyp('test.gyp', chdir='strip')'test.gyp', test.ALL, chdir='strip')
# Lightweight check if stripping was done.
def OutPath(s):
return test.built_file_path(s, type=test.SHARED_LIB, chdir='strip')
def CheckNsyms(p, n_expected):
r = re.compile(r'nsyms\s+(\d+)')
o = subprocess.check_output(['otool', '-l', p])
m =
n = int(
if n != n_expected:
print 'Stripping: Expected %d symbols, got %d' % (n_expected, n)
# Starting with Xcode 5.0, clang adds an additional symbols to the compiled
# file when using a relative path to the input file. So when using ninja
# with Xcode 5.0 or higher, take this additional symbol into consideration
# for unstripped builds (it is stripped by all strip commands).
expected_extra_symbol_count = 0
if test.format == 'ninja' and TestMac.Xcode.Version() >= '0500':
expected_extra_symbol_count = 1
# The actual numbers here are not interesting, they just need to be the same
# in both the xcode and the make build.
CheckNsyms(OutPath('no_postprocess'), 29 + expected_extra_symbol_count)
CheckNsyms(OutPath('no_strip'), 29 + expected_extra_symbol_count)
CheckNsyms(OutPath('strip_all'), 0)
CheckNsyms(OutPath('strip_nonglobal'), 6)
CheckNsyms(OutPath('strip_debugging'), 7)
CheckNsyms(OutPath('strip_all_custom_flags'), 0)
'strip_all_bundle.framework/Versions/A/strip_all_bundle', chdir='strip'),
CheckNsyms(OutPath('strip_save'), 7)