devtools/templates.mozbuild
author Narcis Beleuzu <nbeleuzu@mozilla.com>
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 02:16:50 +0200
changeset 396515 d0d709880f192e88d1601b657cd562a6fe56d4aa
parent 390391 f541c03beb5f21a380ec2146f37c609b708b5661
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Backed out 7 changesets (bug 1377007) for web platform reftests failures on CSS2/borders. r=backout Backed out changeset c30bc5d5adbc (bug 1377007) Backed out changeset 33fdf9e531e2 (bug 1377007) Backed out changeset 267abdb38036 (bug 1377007) Backed out changeset 4a452c3ac115 (bug 1377007) Backed out changeset e9310960c9e6 (bug 1377007) Backed out changeset 8e5e61dfbbaf (bug 1377007) Backed out changeset 9ac83e79e656 (bug 1377007)

# -*- Mode: python; indent-tabs-mode: nil; tab-width: 40 -*-
# vim: set filetype=python:
# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

@template
def DevToolsModules(*modules):
    '''Installs JS modules at a resource:// path that corresponds directly to
    their source tree location.

    For this to work as intended, a moz.build file should be placed in each
    source directory which uses this template to install only the JS files in
    its own directory.  Subdirectories should use their own moz.build.

    By following this pattern, there's less magic to require() and resource://
    paths, since they now match the source tree.'''

    for m in modules:
        if '/' in m:
            error('DevToolsModules must be used from the same directory as ' +
                  'the files to be installed.')

    # jar.mn manifest files are typically used to install files to chrome
    # locations.  Instead of doing this, use this DevToolsModules syntax via
    # moz.build files to do the installation so that we can enforce correct
    # paths based on source tree location.
    base = FINAL_TARGET_FILES.chrome.devtools.modules
    for dir in RELATIVEDIR.split('/'):
        base = base[dir]
    base += [m for m in modules]