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# Copyright (c) 2012 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.
# Usage: <directory_within_contents> <app_name>
# This script creates additional helper .app bundles for Chromium, based on
# the existing helper .app bundle, changing their Mach-O header's flags to
# enable and disable various features. Based on Chromium, it will
# create Chromium Helper, which has the MH_NO_HEAP_EXECUTION bit
# cleared to support Chromium child processes that require an executable heap,
# and Chromium Helper, which has the MH_PIE bit cleared to support
# Chromium child processes that cannot tolerate ASLR.
# This script expects to be called from the chrome_exe target as a postbuild,
# and operates directly within the built-up browser app's versioned directory.
# Each helper is adjusted by giving it the proper bundle name, renaming the
# executable, adjusting several Info.plist keys, and changing the executable's
# Mach-O flags.
set -eu
make_helper() {
local containing_dir="${1}"
local app_name="${2}"
local feature="${3}"
local flags="${4}"
local helper_name="${app_name} Helper"
local helper_stem="${containing_dir}/${helper_name}"
local original_helper="${helper_stem}.app"
if [[ ! -d "${original_helper}" ]]; then
echo "${0}: error: ${original_helper} is a required directory" >& 2
exit 1
local original_helper_exe="${original_helper}/Contents/MacOS/${helper_name}"
if [[ ! -f "${original_helper_exe}" ]]; then
echo "${0}: error: ${original_helper_exe} is a required file" >& 2
exit 1
local feature_helper="${helper_stem} ${feature}.app"
rsync -acC --delete --include '*.so' "${original_helper}/" "${feature_helper}"
local helper_feature="${helper_name} ${feature}"
local helper_feature_exe="${feature_helper}/Contents/MacOS/${helper_feature}"
mv "${feature_helper}/Contents/MacOS/${helper_name}" "${helper_feature_exe}"
local change_flags="$(dirname "${0}")/"
"${change_flags}" ${flags} "${helper_feature_exe}"
local feature_info="${feature_helper}/Contents/Info"
local feature_info_plist="${feature_info}.plist"
defaults write "${feature_info}" "CFBundleDisplayName" "${helper_feature}"
defaults write "${feature_info}" "CFBundleExecutable" "${helper_feature}"
cfbundleid="$(defaults read "${feature_info}" "CFBundleIdentifier")"
defaults write "${feature_info}" "CFBundleIdentifier" "${feature_cfbundleid}"
cfbundlename="$(defaults read "${feature_info}" "CFBundleName")"
feature_cfbundlename="${cfbundlename} ${feature}"
defaults write "${feature_info}" "CFBundleName" "${feature_cfbundlename}"
# As usual, defaults might have put the plist into whatever format excites
# it, but Info.plists get converted back to the expected XML format.
plutil -convert xml1 "${feature_info_plist}"
# `defaults` also changes the file permissions, so make the file
# world-readable again.
chmod a+r "${feature_info_plist}"
if [[ ${#} -ne 2 ]]; then
echo "usage: ${0} <directory_within_contents> <app_name>" >& 2
exit 1
make_helper "${CONTAINING_DIR}" "${APP_NAME}" "EH" "--executable-heap"
make_helper "${CONTAINING_DIR}" "${APP_NAME}" "NP" "--no-pie"