build/templates.mozbuild
author Jonathan Watt <jwatt@jwatt.org>
Mon, 09 Jan 2017 19:12:02 +0000
changeset 340973 b6959c93a4f797df7a6ce95e79a5490bc9004f04
parent 330854 e0fb919e31cf2765ad878e6d2201aff79b0ba1b8
child 344596 3c3ffbed3a4b22e613f0912c2ecb0378e7f8a35e
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1058040, part 6 - When copying SVGImageContexts use the copy ctor. r=dholbert Prior to this patch whenever we wanted to pass on a modified SVGImageContext we would pass on a new object initialized with some of the data of the object we were given and with the new data we wanted to change. Unfortunately we were sometimes failing to faithfully copy member data that we do not want to modify (because of default arguments). This patch fixes that by making us fully copy the object we were given using its copy constructor and then explicitly override the data we want to change.

# -*- 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 Binary():
    '''Generic template for target binaries. Meant to be used by other
    templates.'''

    if CONFIG['MOZ_LIBSTDCXX_TARGET_VERSION']:
        USE_LIBS += ['stdc++compat']

    # Ideally, we'd support not adding this to the LIB_IS_C_ONLY case,
    # but that variable is actually only set in db/sqlite/src, which
    # doesn't build a shared library on the relevant platforms anyways.
    # Eventually, though, we should detect LIB_IS_C_ONLY based on the
    # associated SOURCES (and there might actually be places where we
    # haven't set it but should have).
    if CONFIG['STLPORT_LIBS']:
        OS_LIBS += [CONFIG['STLPORT_LIBS']]


@template
def Program(name):
    '''Template for program executables.'''
    PROGRAM = name

    Binary()


@template
def SimplePrograms(names, ext='.cpp'):
    '''Template for simple program executables.

    Those have a single source with the same base name as the executable.
    '''
    SIMPLE_PROGRAMS += names
    SOURCES += ['%s%s' % (name, ext) for name in names]

    Binary()


@template
def CppUnitTests(names, ext='.cpp'):
    '''Template for C++ unit tests.

    Those have a single source with the same base name as the executable.
    '''
    CPP_UNIT_TESTS += names
    SOURCES += ['%s%s' % (name, ext) for name in names]

    Binary()


@template
def Library(name):
    '''Template for libraries.'''
    LIBRARY_NAME = name


@template
def RustLibrary(name, features=None):
    '''Template for Rust libraries.'''
    Library(name)

    IS_RUST_LIBRARY = True

    if features:
        RUST_LIBRARY_FEATURES = features


@template
def SharedLibrary(name):
    '''Template for shared libraries.'''
    Library(name)

    FORCE_SHARED_LIB = True

    Binary()


@template
def Framework(name):
    '''Template for OSX Frameworks.'''
    SharedLibrary(name)

    IS_FRAMEWORK = True


@template
def HostStdCppCompat():
    '''Template for libstdc++ compatibility for host binaries.'''

    if CONFIG['MOZ_LIBSTDCXX_HOST_VERSION']:
        HOST_USE_LIBS += ['host_stdc++compat']


@template
def HostProgram(name, c_only=False):
    '''Template for build tools executables.'''
    HOST_PROGRAM = name

    # With context-based templates, this won't be needed anymore, and will
    # work better than relying on the caller setting it, but at the moment,
    # this is the best we have. And it doesn't matter /that/ much, so there's
    # really only one place using this, where it does matter to avoid the
    # extra dependency (because it creates a circular one).
    if not c_only:
        HostStdCppCompat()


@template
def HostSimplePrograms(names, ext='.cpp'):
    '''Template for simple build tools executables.

    Those have a single source with the same base name as the executable.
    '''
    HOST_SIMPLE_PROGRAMS += names
    HOST_SOURCES += ['%s%s' % (name.replace('host_', ''), ext)
        for name in names]

    HostStdCppCompat()


@template
def HostLibrary(name):
    '''Template for build tools libraries.'''
    HOST_LIBRARY_NAME = name

@template
def HostRustLibrary(name, features=None):
    '''Template for host Rust libraries.'''
    HostLibrary(name)

    IS_RUST_LIBRARY = True

    if features:
        HOST_RUST_LIBRARY_FEATURES = features


include('gecko_templates.mozbuild')
include('test_templates.mozbuild')