storage/moz.build
author Kartikaya Gupta <kgupta@mozilla.com>
Tue, 08 May 2018 09:16:29 -0400
changeset 417340 0bb3414bd6af644addd5ea6c4b349c88e3a4a7b9
parent 376569 df5b4f5fe775d341647f85abcf9a0ca0aa573a67
child 452900 c69cf0bb19cd8d0814011546f5e3e2e6185eb0cd
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1458598 - Override scrollframes with their descendant reference frames. r=mstange The test case has a fixed item A inside a scrollframe B which is inside a reference frame C which is inside the root scrollframe D. The ClipManager code currently uses D's scrollid as the scrolling ancestor for A, because the gecko display list's ASR is set up that way. However, we really want to set C as the scrolling ancestor, because otherwise the item A gets hoisted out of C and the transform from C doesn't get applied to it. This patch ensures that when we enter C, we install an override so that anything that would have used D's scrollid ends up using C's, which results in the correct behaviour. MozReview-Commit-ID: 31tscfT4xWW

# -*- 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/.

with Files("**"):
    BUG_COMPONENT = ("Toolkit", "Storage")

DIRS += ['build']

TEST_DIRS += ['test']

XPIDL_SOURCES += [
    'mozIStorageAggregateFunction.idl',
    'mozIStorageAsyncConnection.idl',
    'mozIStorageAsyncStatement.idl',
    'mozIStorageBaseStatement.idl',
    'mozIStorageBindingParams.idl',
    'mozIStorageBindingParamsArray.idl',
    'mozIStorageCompletionCallback.idl',
    'mozIStorageConnection.idl',
    'mozIStorageError.idl',
    'mozIStorageFunction.idl',
    'mozIStoragePendingStatement.idl',
    'mozIStorageProgressHandler.idl',
    'mozIStorageResultSet.idl',
    'mozIStorageRow.idl',
    'mozIStorageService.idl',
    'mozIStorageStatement.idl',
    'mozIStorageStatementCallback.idl',
    'mozIStorageVacuumParticipant.idl',
    'mozIStorageValueArray.idl',
]

XPIDL_MODULE = 'storage'

EXPORTS += [
    'mozStorageHelper.h',
]

EXPORTS.mozilla += [
    'storage.h',
]

# NOTE When adding something to this list, you probably need to add it to the
#      storage.h file too.
EXPORTS.mozilla.storage += [
    'mozStorageAsyncStatementParams.h',
    'mozStorageStatementParams.h',
    'mozStorageStatementRow.h',
    'StatementCache.h',
    'Variant.h',
    'Variant_inl.h',
]
# SEE ABOVE NOTE!

UNIFIED_SOURCES += [
    'FileSystemModule.cpp',
    'mozStorageArgValueArray.cpp',
    'mozStorageAsyncStatement.cpp',
    'mozStorageAsyncStatementExecution.cpp',
    'mozStorageAsyncStatementJSHelper.cpp',
    'mozStorageAsyncStatementParams.cpp',
    'mozStorageBindingParamsArray.cpp',
    'mozStorageError.cpp',
    'mozStoragePrivateHelpers.cpp',
    'mozStorageResultSet.cpp',
    'mozStorageRow.cpp',
    'mozStorageService.cpp',
    'mozStorageSQLFunctions.cpp',
    'mozStorageStatement.cpp',
    'mozStorageStatementJSHelper.cpp',
    'mozStorageStatementParams.cpp',
    'mozStorageStatementRow.cpp',
    'SQLCollations.cpp',
    'StorageBaseStatementInternal.cpp',
    'TelemetryVFS.cpp',
    'VacuumManager.cpp',
]

# These files need to be built separately because they #include variantToSQLiteT_impl.h.
SOURCES += [
    'mozStorageBindingParams.cpp',
    'mozStorageConnection.cpp',
]

include('/ipc/chromium/chromium-config.mozbuild')

FINAL_LIBRARY = 'xul'

# Don't use the jemalloc allocator on Android, because we can't guarantee
# that Gecko will configure sqlite before it is first used (bug 730495).
#
# Don't use the jemalloc allocator when using system sqlite. Linked in libraries
# (such as NSS) might trigger an initialization of sqlite and allocation
# of memory using the default allocator, prior to the storage service
# registering its allocator, causing memory management failures (bug 938730).
# However, this is not an issue if both the jemalloc allocator and the default
# allocator are the same thing.
#
# Note: On Windows our sqlite build assumes we use jemalloc.  If you disable
# MOZ_STORAGE_MEMORY on Windows, you will also need to change the "ifdef
# MOZ_MEMORY" options in db/sqlite3/src/Makefile.in.
if CONFIG['MOZ_MEMORY'] and not CONFIG['MOZ_SYSTEM_SQLITE']:
    if CONFIG['OS_TARGET'] != 'Android':
        DEFINES['MOZ_STORAGE_MEMORY'] = True

# This is the default value.  If we ever change it when compiling sqlite, we
# will need to change it here as well.
DEFINES['SQLITE_MAX_LIKE_PATTERN_LENGTH'] = 50000

# See Sqlite moz.build for reasoning about TEMP_STORE.
# For system sqlite we cannot use the compile time option, so we use a pragma.
if CONFIG['MOZ_SYSTEM_SQLITE'] and (CONFIG['OS_TARGET'] == 'Android'
                                    or CONFIG['HAVE_64BIT_BUILD']):
    DEFINES['MOZ_MEMORY_TEMP_STORE_PRAGMA'] = True

LOCAL_INCLUDES += [
    '/db/sqlite3/src',
    '/dom/base',
]

CXXFLAGS += CONFIG['SQLITE_CFLAGS']