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# Copyright (c) 2017, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
# for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
# BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
declare_args() {
# Instead of using is_debug, we introduce a different flag for specifying a
# Debug build of Dart so that clients can still use a Release build of Dart
# while themselves doing a Debug build.
dart_debug = false
# Set the runtime mode. This affects how the runtime is built and what
# features it has. Valid values are:
# 'develop' (the default) - VM is built to run as a JIT with all development
# features enabled.
# 'profile' - The VM is built to run with AOT compiled code with only the
# CPU profiling features enabled.
# 'release' - The VM is built to run with AOT compiled code with no developer
# features enabled.
# These settings are only used for Flutter, at the moment. A standalone build
# of the Dart VM should leave this set to "develop", and should set
# 'is_debug', 'is_release', or 'is_product'.
# TODO(rmacnak): dart_runtime_mode no longer selects whether libdart is build
# for JIT or AOT, since libdart waw split into libdart_jit and
# libdart_precompiled_runtime. We should remove this flag and just set
# dart_debug/dart_product.
dart_runtime_mode = "develop"
# Explicitly set the target architecture to use a simulator.
# Available options are: arm, arm64, x64, ia32, and dbc.
dart_target_arch = target_cpu
# The optimization level to use for debug builds. Defaults to 0 for builds with
# code coverage enabled.
dart_debug_optimization_level = "2"
# Whether to enable code coverage for the standalone VM.
dart_vm_code_coverage = false
# Whether to fall back to built-in root certificates when they cannot be
# verified at the operating system level.
dart_use_fallback_root_certificates = false
# Whether to link the standalone VM against tcmalloc. The standalone build of
# the VM enables this only for Linux builds.
dart_use_tcmalloc = false
# Whether to link Crashpad library for crash handling. Only supported on
# Windows for now.
dart_use_crashpad = false
# Controls the kind of core snapshot linked into the standalone VM. Using a
# core-jit snapshot breaks the ability to change various flags that affect
# code generation.
dart_core_snapshot_kind = "core"
# Whether the Dart binary version string should include the git hash and
# git commit time.
dart_version_git_info = true
# When this argument is a non-empty string, the version repoted by the
# Dart VM will be one that is compatible with pub's interpretation of
# semantic version strings. The version string will also include the values
# of the argument. In particular the version string will read:
# "M.m.p-dev.x.x-$(dart_custom_version_for_pub)-$(short_git_hash)"
# Where 'M', 'm', and 'p' are the major, minor and patch version numbers,
# and 'dev.x.x' is the dev version tag most recently preceeding the current
# revision. The short git hash can be omitted by setting
# dart_version_git_info=false
dart_custom_version_for_pub = ""
# Controls whether the VM is built as a static library or a shared library.
if (is_fuchsia) {
# Allow for deduping the VM between standalone, flutter_runner and dart_runner.
dart_component_kind = "shared_library"
} else {
dart_component_kind = "static_library"
# Whether the VM's platform dill file contains bytecode.
dart_platform_bytecode = false
# Whether the VM includes the kernel service in all modes (debug, release,
# product).
exclude_kernel_service = false
# Whether libdart should export the symbols of the Dart API.
dart_lib_export_symbols = true
declare_args() {
# We create a kernel service app-jit snapshot only for when the target
# architecture is x64 for other cases we will use the '.dill' file
# which is already linked in the VM.
if (dart_target_arch == "x64" && !dart_platform_bytecode) {
create_kernel_service_snapshot = true
} else {
create_kernel_service_snapshot = false