build.gradle
author i.milind.luthra+590334 <i.milind.luthra@gmail.com>
Thu, 11 May 2017 17:22:27 +0200
changeset 357847 8840f2afc5f942d73384ddcc7e4456a53408b619
parent 323624 e20c0b78111ecd40826a7caa5a141fe9c3519a98
child 368830 a419686f707e7a248a3b477556fef8b8ae7d6bae
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1249263 - add a `removeByFilter` method to filter by host and time,r=mak Added a method in History to filter by host and timeframe, which is designed to act as a replacement for `RemovePagesByTimeFrame` and `RemovePagesFromHost` in the old API. The `filter` object accepts both a host argument, as well as a timeframe, and filters as per one or both of them. This also moves certain code (the method `validatePageInfo` and methods it uses) from History to PlacesUtils such that we can use it for testing as well, and modifies the method to take another parameter which decides whether the visits inside the pageInfo need to be validated as well (since the pageInfo returned from History.jsm::`remove` and History.jsm::`removeByFilter` do not pass a visits array in their callback functions. Shifts `ensureDate` and `isValidTransitionType`(now renamed to `isValidTransition`) inside the history object. MozReview-Commit-ID: EQAHmjf7131

import java.util.regex.Pattern

allprojects {
    // Expose the per-object-directory configuration to all projects.
    ext {
        mozconfig = gradle.mozconfig
        topsrcdir = gradle.mozconfig.topsrcdir
        topobjdir = gradle.mozconfig.topobjdir
    }

    repositories {
        if (gradle.mozconfig.substs.GRADLE_MAVEN_REPOSITORY) {
            maven {
                url gradle.mozconfig.substs.GRADLE_MAVEN_REPOSITORY
            }
        }
    }
}

buildDir "${topobjdir}/gradle/build"

buildscript {
    repositories {
        if (gradle.mozconfig.substs.GRADLE_MAVEN_REPOSITORY) {
            maven {
                url gradle.mozconfig.substs.GRADLE_MAVEN_REPOSITORY
            }
        }
        // For android-sdk-manager SNAPSHOT releases.
        maven {
            url "file://${gradle.mozconfig.topsrcdir}/mobile/android/gradle/m2repo"
        }
    }

    dependencies {
        classpath 'com.android.tools.build:gradle:2.1.3'
        classpath('com.stanfy.spoon:spoon-gradle-plugin:1.0.4') {
            // Without these, we get errors linting.
            exclude module: 'guava'
        }
        // Provided in tree.
        classpath 'com.jakewharton.sdkmanager:gradle-plugin:1.5.0-SNAPSHOT'
        classpath 'com.getkeepsafe.dexcount:dexcount-gradle-plugin:0.6.1'
    }
}

task generateCodeAndResources(type:Exec) {
    workingDir "${topobjdir}"

    commandLine mozconfig.substs.GMAKE
    args '-C'
    args "${topobjdir}/mobile/android/base"
    args 'gradle-targets'

    // Only show the output if something went wrong.
    ignoreExitValue = true
    standardOutput = new ByteArrayOutputStream()
    errorOutput = standardOutput
    doLast {
        if (execResult.exitValue != 0) {
            throw new GradleException("Process '${commandLine}' finished with non-zero exit value ${execResult.exitValue}:\n\n${standardOutput.toString()}")
        }
    }
}

// Skip unit test for all build variants, unless if it was specifically requested by user.
// The enabled property for the unit test tasks is reset based on the command line task names just before the task execution.
// I bet there is a easier/cleaner way to do this, but this gets the job done for now.
Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile('.*test(.+UnitTest)?.*')
boolean startTasksIncludeTest = gradle.startParameter.taskNames.any {
    taskName ->
        taskName.matches(pattern)
}
gradle.taskGraph.beforeTask {
    Task task ->
        if (task.name.matches(pattern)) {
            task.enabled = startTasksIncludeTest
        }
}

afterEvaluate {
    subprojects {
        if (!hasProperty('android')) {
            return
        }
        android.applicationVariants.all {
            preBuild.dependsOn rootProject.generateCodeAndResources
        }
        android.libraryVariants.all {
            preBuild.dependsOn rootProject.generateCodeAndResources
        }
    }
}

apply plugin: 'idea'

idea {
    project {
        languageLevel = '1.7'
    }

    module {
        // Object directories take a huge amount of time for IntelliJ to index.
        // Exclude them.  Convention is that object directories start with obj.
        // IntelliJ is clever and will not exclude the parts of the object
        // directory that are referenced, if there are any.  In practice,
        // indexing the entirety of the tree is taking too long, so exclude all
        // but mobile/.
        def topsrcdirURI = file(topsrcdir).toURI()
        excludeDirs += files(file(topsrcdir)
            .listFiles({it.isDirectory()} as FileFilter)
            .collect({topsrcdirURI.relativize(it.toURI()).toString()}) // Relative paths.
            .findAll({!it.equals('mobile/')}))

        // If topobjdir is below topsrcdir, hide only some portions of that tree.
        def topobjdirURI = file(topobjdir).toURI()
        if (!topsrcdirURI.relativize(topobjdirURI).isAbsolute()) {
            excludeDirs -= file(topobjdir)
            excludeDirs += files(file(topobjdir).listFiles())
            excludeDirs -= file("${topobjdir}/gradle")
        }

        if (!mozconfig.substs.MOZ_INSTALL_TRACKING) {
            excludeDirs += file("${topsrcdir}/mobile/android/thirdparty/com/adjust")
        }
    }
}

task wrapper(type: Wrapper) {
}