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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.
# Copies the given "win tool" (which the toolchain uses to wrap compiler
# invocations) and the environment blocks for the 32-bit and 64-bit builds on
# Windows to the build directory.
# The arguments are the visual studio install location and the location of the
# win tool. The script assumes that the root build directory is the current dir
# and the files will be written to the current directory.
from __future__ import print_function
import json
import os
import re
import subprocess
import sys
sys.path.append(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), os.pardir, os.pardir))
import gn_helpers
SCRIPT_DIR = os.path.dirname(__file__)
def _ExtractImportantEnvironment(output_of_set):
"""Extracts environment variables required for the toolchain to run from
a textual dump output by the cmd.exe 'set' command."""
envvars_to_save = (
'cipd_cache_dir', # needed by vpython
'homedrive', # needed by vpython
'homepath', # needed by vpython
'goma_.*', # TODO(scottmg): This is ugly, but needed for goma.
'luci_context', # needed by vpython
'userprofile', # needed by vpython
'vpython_virtualenv_root' # needed by vpython
env = {}
# This occasionally happens and leads to misleading SYSTEMROOT error messages
# if not caught here.
if output_of_set.count('=') == 0:
raise Exception('Invalid output_of_set. Value is:\n%s' % output_of_set)
for line in output_of_set.splitlines():
for envvar in envvars_to_save:
if re.match(envvar + '=', line.lower()):
var, setting = line.split('=', 1)
if envvar == 'path':
# Our own rules and actions in Chromium rely on python being in the
# path. Add the path to this python here so that if it's not in the
# path when ninja is run later, python will still be found.
setting = os.path.dirname(
sys.executable) + os.pathsep + setting
env[var.upper()] = setting
if sys.platform in ('win32', 'cygwin'):
for required in ('SYSTEMROOT', 'TEMP', 'TMP'):
if required not in env:
raise Exception('Environment variable "%s" '
'required to be set to valid path' % required)
return env
def _DetectVisualStudioPath():
"""Return path to the installed Visual Studio.
# Use the code in build/ to avoid duplicating code.
chromium_dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(SCRIPT_DIR, '..', '..', '..'))
sys.path.append(os.path.join(chromium_dir, 'build'))
import vs_toolchain
return vs_toolchain.DetectVisualStudioPath()
def _LoadEnvFromBat(args):
"""Given a bat command, runs it and returns env vars set by it."""
args = args[:]
args.extend(('&&', 'set'))
popen = subprocess.Popen(args,
variables, _ = popen.communicate()
if popen.returncode != 0:
raise Exception('"%s" failed with error %d' % (args, popen.returncode))
return variables.decode(errors='ignore')
def _LoadToolchainEnv(cpu, toolchain_root, sdk_dir, target_store):
"""Returns a dictionary with environment variables that must be set while
running binaries from the toolchain (e.g. INCLUDE and PATH for cl.exe)."""
# Check if we are running in the SDK command line environment and use
# the setup script from the SDK if so. |cpu| should be either
# 'x86' or 'x64' or 'arm' or 'arm64'.
assert cpu in ('x86', 'x64', 'arm', 'arm64')
if bool(int(os.environ.get('DEPOT_TOOLS_WIN_TOOLCHAIN', 1))) and sdk_dir:
# Load environment from json file.
env = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(sdk_dir,
'bin/SetEnv.%s.json' % cpu))
env = json.load(open(env))['env']
if env['VSINSTALLDIR'] == [["..", "..\\"]]:
# Old-style paths were relative to the win_sdk\bin directory.
json_relative_dir = os.path.join(sdk_dir, 'bin')
# New-style paths are relative to the toolchain directory.
json_relative_dir = toolchain_root
for k in env:
entries = [os.path.join(*([json_relative_dir] + e)) for e in env[k]]
# clang-cl wants INCLUDE to be ;-separated even on non-Windows,
# lld-link wants LIB to be ;-separated even on non-Windows. Path gets :.
# The separator for INCLUDE here must match the one used in main() below.
sep = os.pathsep if k == 'PATH' else ';'
env[k] = sep.join(entries)
# PATH is a bit of a special case, it's in addition to the current PATH.
env['PATH'] = env['PATH'] + os.pathsep + os.environ['PATH']
# Augment with the current env to pick up TEMP and friends.
for k in os.environ:
if k not in env:
env[k] = os.environ[k]
varlines = []
for k in sorted(env.keys()):
varlines.append('%s=%s' % (str(k), str(env[k])))
variables = '\n'.join(varlines)
# Check that the json file contained the same environment as the .cmd file.
if sys.platform in ('win32', 'cygwin'):
script = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(sdk_dir, 'Bin/SetEnv.cmd'))
arg = '/' + cpu
json_env = _ExtractImportantEnvironment(variables)
cmd_env = _ExtractImportantEnvironment(
_LoadEnvFromBat([script, arg]))
assert _LowercaseDict(json_env) == _LowercaseDict(cmd_env)
if 'GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH' not in os.environ:
os.environ['GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH'] = _DetectVisualStudioPath()
# We only support x64-hosted tools.
script_path = os.path.normpath(
if not os.path.exists(script_path):
# vcvarsall.bat for VS 2017 fails if run after running vcvarsall.bat from
# VS 2013 or VS 2015. Fix this by clearing the vsinstalldir environment
# variable. Since vcvarsall.bat appends to the INCLUDE, LIB, and LIBPATH
# environment variables we need to clear those to avoid getting double
# entries when vcvarsall.bat has been run before gn gen. vcvarsall.bat
# also adds to PATH, but there is no clean way of clearing that and it
# doesn't seem to cause problems.
if 'VSINSTALLDIR' in os.environ:
del os.environ['VSINSTALLDIR']
del os.environ['INCLUDE']
del os.environ['LIB']
del os.environ['LIBPATH']
other_path = os.path.normpath(
if not os.path.exists(other_path):
raise Exception(
'%s is missing - make sure VC++ tools are installed.' %
script_path = other_path
cpu_arg = "amd64"
if (cpu != 'x64'):
# x64 is default target CPU thus any other CPU requires a target set
cpu_arg += '_' + cpu
args = [
# Store target must come before any SDK version declaration
if (target_store):
# Explicitly specifying the SDK version to build with to avoid accidentally
# building with a new and untested SDK. This should stay in sync with the
# packaged toolchain in build/
variables = _LoadEnvFromBat(args)
return _ExtractImportantEnvironment(variables)
def _FormatAsEnvironmentBlock(envvar_dict):
"""Format as an 'environment block' directly suitable for CreateProcess.
Briefly this is a list of key=value\0, terminated by an additional \0. See
CreateProcess documentation for more details."""
block = ''
nul = '\0'
for key, value in envvar_dict.items():
block += key + '=' + value + nul
block += nul
return block
def _LowercaseDict(d):
"""Returns a copy of `d` with both key and values lowercased.
d: dict to lowercase (e.g. {'A': 'BcD'}).
A dict with both keys and values lowercased (e.g.: {'a': 'bcd'}).
return {k.lower(): d[k].lower() for k in d}
def FindFileInEnvList(env, env_name, separator, file_name, optional=False):
parts = env[env_name].split(separator)
for path in parts:
if os.path.exists(os.path.join(path, file_name)):
return os.path.realpath(path)
assert optional, "%s is not found in %s:\n%s\nCheck if it is installed." % (
file_name, env_name, '\n'.join(parts))
return ''
def main():
if len(sys.argv) != 7:
print('Usage '
'<visual studio path> <win sdk path> '
'<runtime dirs> <target_os> <target_cpu> '
'<environment block name|none>')
# toolchain_root and win_sdk_path are only read if the hermetic Windows
# toolchain is set, that is if DEPOT_TOOLS_WIN_TOOLCHAIN is not set to 0.
# With the hermetic Windows toolchain, the visual studio path in argv[1]
# is the root of the Windows toolchain directory.
toolchain_root = sys.argv[1]
win_sdk_path = sys.argv[2]
runtime_dirs = sys.argv[3]
target_os = sys.argv[4]
target_cpu = sys.argv[5]
environment_block_name = sys.argv[6]
if (environment_block_name == 'none'):
environment_block_name = ''
if (target_os == 'winuwp'):
target_store = True
target_store = False
cpus = ('x86', 'x64', 'arm', 'arm64')
assert target_cpu in cpus
vc_bin_dir = ''
vc_lib_path = ''
vc_lib_atlmfc_path = ''
vc_lib_um_path = ''
include = ''
lib = ''
# TODO(scottmg|goma): Do we need an equivalent of
# ninja_use_custom_environment_files?
def relflag(
s): # Make s relative to builddir when cwd and sdk on same drive.
return os.path.relpath(s)
except ValueError:
return s
def q(s): # Quote s if it contains spaces or other weird characters.
return s if re.match(r'^[a-zA-Z0-9._/\\:-]*$', s) else '"' + s + '"'
for cpu in cpus:
if cpu == target_cpu:
# Extract environment variables for subprocesses.
env = _LoadToolchainEnv(cpu, toolchain_root, win_sdk_path,
env['PATH'] = runtime_dirs + os.pathsep + env['PATH']
vc_bin_dir = FindFileInEnvList(env, 'PATH', os.pathsep, 'cl.exe')
vc_lib_path = FindFileInEnvList(env, 'LIB', ';', 'msvcrt.lib')
vc_lib_atlmfc_path = FindFileInEnvList(env,
vc_lib_um_path = FindFileInEnvList(env, 'LIB', ';', 'user32.lib')
# The separator for INCLUDE here must match the one used in
# _LoadToolchainEnv() above.
include = [
p.replace('"', r'\"') for p in env['INCLUDE'].split(';') if p
include = list(map(relflag, include))
lib = [p.replace('"', r'\"') for p in env['LIB'].split(';') if p]
lib = list(map(relflag, lib))
include_I = ' '.join([q('/I' + i) for i in include])
include_imsvc = ' '.join([q('-imsvc' + i) for i in include])
libpath_flags = ' '.join([q('-libpath:' + i) for i in lib])
if (environment_block_name != ''):
env_block = _FormatAsEnvironmentBlock(env)
with open(environment_block_name, 'w') as f:
print('vc_bin_dir = ' + gn_helpers.ToGNString(vc_bin_dir))
assert include_I
print('include_flags_I = ' + gn_helpers.ToGNString(include_I))
assert include_imsvc
if bool(int(os.environ.get('DEPOT_TOOLS_WIN_TOOLCHAIN',
1))) and win_sdk_path:
print('include_flags_imsvc = ' +
gn_helpers.ToGNString(q('/winsysroot' + relflag(toolchain_root))))
print('include_flags_imsvc = ' + gn_helpers.ToGNString(include_imsvc))
print('vc_lib_path = ' + gn_helpers.ToGNString(vc_lib_path))
# Possible atlmfc library path gets introduced in the future for store thus
# output result if a result exists.
if (vc_lib_atlmfc_path != ''):
print('vc_lib_atlmfc_path = ' +
print('vc_lib_um_path = ' + gn_helpers.ToGNString(vc_lib_um_path))
print('paths = ' + gn_helpers.ToGNString(env['PATH']))
assert libpath_flags
print('libpath_flags = ' + gn_helpers.ToGNString(libpath_flags))
if __name__ == '__main__':