author Mike Hommey <>
Wed, 20 Mar 2019 22:46:10 +0000
changeset 465312 22c1c1ddce35f15335233c4c07f3590a19448fe2
parent 463988 8a144ea413963941234ef747c2859875f9ad7e04
child 466756 0151fbb6b9e540d5783208e9e6e2d80d25943a3e
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1524429 - MOZ_ANDROID_CPU_ARCH doesn't need MOZ_ARCH. r=nalexander It hasn't needed it since bug 1397776. Differential Revision:

# 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

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals

import argparse
import importlib
import os
import sys

from mach.decorators import (
from mozboot.util import get_state_dir
from mozbuild.base import BuildEnvironmentNotFoundException, MachCommandBase

No config environment detected. This means we are unable to properly
detect test files in the specified paths or tags. Please run:

    $ mach configure

and try again.

class get_parser(object):
    def __init__(self, selector):
        self.selector = selector

    def __call__(self):
        mod = importlib.import_module('tryselect.selectors.{}'.format(self.selector))
        return getattr(mod, '{}Parser'.format(self.selector.capitalize()))()

def generic_parser():
    from tryselect.cli import BaseTryParser
    parser = BaseTryParser()
    parser.add_argument('argv', nargs=argparse.REMAINDER)
    return parser

class TryConfig(object):

    def config_settings(cls):
        from mach.registrar import Registrar

        desc = "The default selector to use when running `mach try` without a subcommand."
        choices = Registrar.command_handlers['try'].subcommand_handlers.keys()

        return [
            ('try.default', 'string', desc, 'syntax', {'choices': choices}),
            ('try.maxhistory', 'int', "Maximum number of pushes to save in history.", 10),

class TrySelect(MachCommandBase):

    def __init__(self, context):
        super(TrySelect, self).__init__(context)
        from tryselect import push
        push.MAX_HISTORY = self._mach_context.settings['try']['maxhistory']
        self.subcommand = self._mach_context.handler.subcommand
        self.parser = self._mach_context.handler.parser

    def handle_presets(self, preset_action, save, preset, **kwargs):
        """Handle preset related arguments.

        This logic lives here so that the underlying selectors don't need
        special preset handling. They can all save and load presets the same
        from tryselect.preset import MergedHandler, migrate_old_presets
        from tryselect.util.dicttools import merge

        # Create our handler using both local and in-tree presets. The first
        # path in this list will be treated as the 'user' file for the purposes
        # of saving and editing. All subsequent paths are 'read-only'. We check
        # an environment variable first for testing purposes.
        if os.environ.get('MACH_TRY_PRESET_PATHS'):
            preset_paths = os.environ['MACH_TRY_PRESET_PATHS'].split(os.pathsep)
            preset_paths = [
                os.path.join(get_state_dir(), 'try_presets.yml'),
                os.path.join(self.topsrcdir, 'tools', 'tryselect', 'try_presets.yml'),

        presets = MergedHandler(*preset_paths)
        user_presets = presets.handlers[0]

        # TODO: Remove after Jan 1, 2020.

        if preset_action == 'list':

        if preset_action == 'edit':

        default = self.parser.get_default
        if save:
            selector = self.subcommand or self._mach_context.settings['try']['default']

            # Only save non-default values for simplicity.
            kwargs = {k: v for k, v in kwargs.items() if v != default(k)}
  , selector=selector, **kwargs)
            print('preset saved, run with: --preset={}'.format(save))

        if preset:
            if preset not in presets:
                self.parser.error("preset '{}' does not exist".format(preset))

            name = preset
            preset = presets[name]
            selector = preset.pop('selector')
            preset.pop('description', None)  # description isn't used by any selectors

            if not self.subcommand:
                self.subcommand = selector
            elif self.subcommand != selector:
                print("error: preset '{}' exists for a different selector "
                      "(did you mean to run 'mach try {}' instead?)".format(
                        name, selector))

            # Order of precedence is defaults -> presets -> cli. Configuration
            # from the right overwrites configuration from the left.
            defaults = {}
            nondefaults = {}
            for k, v in kwargs.items():
                if v == default(k):
                    defaults[k] = v
                    nondefaults[k] = v

            kwargs = merge(defaults, preset, nondefaults)

        return kwargs

    def handle_templates(self, **kwargs):
        kwargs.setdefault('templates', {})
        for cls in self.parser.templates.itervalues():
            context = cls.context(**kwargs)
            if context is not None:

            for name in cls.dests:
                del kwargs[name]

        return kwargs

    def run(self, **kwargs):
        if 'preset' in self.parser.common_groups:
            kwargs = self.handle_presets(**kwargs)

        if self.parser.templates:
            kwargs = self.handle_templates(**kwargs)

        mod = importlib.import_module('tryselect.selectors.{}'.format(self.subcommand))

             description='Push selected tasks to the try server',
    def try_default(self, argv=None, **kwargs):
        """Push selected tests to the try server.

        The |mach try| command is a frontend for scheduling tasks to
        run on try server using selectors. A selector is a subcommand
        that provides its own set of command line arguments and are
        listed below.

        If no subcommand is specified, the `syntax` selector is run by
        default. Run |mach try syntax --help| for more information on
        scheduling with the `syntax` selector.
        # We do special handling of presets here so that `./mach try --preset foo`
        # works no matter what subcommand 'foo' was saved with.
        if kwargs['preset']:
            kwargs = self.handle_presets(**kwargs)

        sub = self.subcommand or self._mach_context.settings['try']['default']
        return self._mach_context.commands.dispatch(
            'try', subcommand=sub, context=self._mach_context, argv=argv, **kwargs)

                description='Select tasks on try using a fuzzy finder',
    def try_fuzzy(self, **kwargs):
        """Select which tasks to use with fzf.

        This selector runs all task labels through a fuzzy finding interface.
        All selected task labels and their dependencies will be scheduled on

        Keyboard Shortcuts

        When in the fuzzy finder interface, start typing to filter down the
        task list. Then use the following keyboard shortcuts to select tasks:

          accept: <enter>
          cancel: <ctrl-c> or <esc>
          cursor-up: <ctrl-k> or <up>
          cursor-down: <ctrl-j> or <down>
          toggle-select-down: <tab>
          toggle-select-up: <shift-tab>
          select-all: <ctrl-a>
          deselect-all: <ctrl-d>
          toggle-all: <ctrl-t>
          clear-input: <alt-bspace>

        There are many more shortcuts enabled by default, you can also define
        your own shortcuts by setting `--bind` in the $FZF_DEFAULT_OPTS
        environment variable. See `man fzf` for more info.

        Extended Search

        When typing in search terms, the following modifiers can be applied:

          'word: exact match (line must contain the literal string "word")
          ^word: exact prefix match (line must start with literal "word")
          word$: exact suffix match (line must end with literal "word")
          !word: exact negation match (line must not contain literal "word")
          'a | 'b: OR operator (joins two exact match operators together)

        For example:

          ^start 'exact | !ignore fuzzy end$
        if kwargs.pop('intersection'):
            kwargs['intersect_query'] = kwargs['query']
            del kwargs['query']

        if kwargs.get('save') and not kwargs.get('query'):
            # If saving preset without -q/--query, allow user to use the
            # interface to build the query.
            kwargs_copy = kwargs.copy()
            kwargs_copy['push'] = False
            kwargs_copy['save'] = None
            kwargs['query'] =, **kwargs_copy)

        if kwargs.get('paths'):
            kwargs['test_paths'] = kwargs['paths']


                description='Schedule tasks by selecting them from a web '
    def try_chooser(self, **kwargs):
        """Push tasks selected from a web interface to try.

        This selector will build the taskgraph and spin up a dynamically
        created 'trychooser-like' web-page on the localhost. After a selection
        has been made, pressing the 'Push' button will automatically push the
        selection to try.
        path = os.path.join('tools', 'tryselect', 'selectors', 'chooser', 'requirements.txt')
        self.virtualenv_manager.install_pip_requirements(path, quiet=True)


                description='Schedule a previously generated (non try syntax) '
                            'push again.',
    def try_again(self, **kwargs):

                description='Push to try without scheduling any tasks.',
    def try_empty(self, **kwargs):
        """Push to try, running no builds or tests

        This selector does not prompt you to run anything, it just pushes
        your patches to try, running no builds or tests by default. After
        the push finishes, you can manually add desired jobs to your push
        via Treeherder's Add New Jobs feature, located in the per-push

                description='Select tasks on try using try syntax',
    def try_syntax(self, **kwargs):
        """Push the current tree to try, with the specified syntax.

        Build options, platforms and regression tests may be selected
        using the usual try options (-b, -p and -u respectively). In
        addition, tests in a given directory may be automatically
        selected by passing that directory as a positional argument to the
        command. For example:

        mach try -b d -p linux64 dom testing/web-platform/tests/dom

        would schedule a try run for linux64 debug consisting of all
        tests under dom/ and testing/web-platform/tests/dom.

        Test selection using positional arguments is available for
        mochitests, reftests, xpcshell tests and web-platform-tests.

        Tests may be also filtered by passing --tag to the command,
        which will run only tests marked as having the specified
        tags e.g.

        mach try -b d -p win64 --tag media

        would run all tests tagged 'media' on Windows 64.

        If both positional arguments or tags and -u are supplied, the
        suites in -u will be run in full. Where tests are selected by
        positional argument they will be run in a single chunk.

        If no build option is selected, both debug and opt will be
        scheduled. If no platform is selected a default is taken from
        the AUTOTRY_PLATFORM_HINT environment variable, if set.

        The command requires either its own mercurial extension ("push-to-try",
        installable from mach vcs-setup) or a git repo using git-cinnabar
        (installable from mach vcs-setup --git).

            if self.substs.get("MOZ_ARTIFACT_BUILDS"):
                kwargs['local_artifact_build'] = True
        except BuildEnvironmentNotFoundException:
            # If we don't have a build locally, we can't tell whether
            # an artifact build is desired, but we still want the
            # command to succeed, if possible.

        config_status = os.path.join(self.topobjdir, 'config.status')
        if (kwargs['paths'] or kwargs['tags']) and not config_status:


                description='Select tasks on try using coverage data',
    def try_coverage(self, **kwargs):
        """Select which tasks to use using coverage data.

                description='Push the current tree to try, configured for a staging release.',
    def try_release(self, **kwargs):
        """Push the current tree to try, configured for a staging release.