author Rafael Ávila de Espíndola <>
Thu, 01 Sep 2011 12:19:06 -0400
changeset 77452 11247af82311ed6d6fc2bc19782fc978ee0aca48
parent 72477 57ee54e41ef336dbc2aef4eb978f4275cd63075a
child 98529 f4157e8c410708d76703f19e4dfb61859bfe32d8
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Bug 680277 - Debug builds should always be compiled with frame pointers. r=khuey. This patch creates a new MOZ_FRAMEPTR_FLAGS variable that is used only to control the frame pointer flags passed to the compiler. It also computes this flag in a macro so that the toplevel configure and js/src/configure stay in sync.

#!/usr/bin/env python
# This script is run during configure, taking variables set in configure
# and producing a JSON file that describes some portions of the build
# configuration, such as the target OS and CPU.
# The output file is intended to be used as input to the mozinfo package.
from __future__ import with_statement
import os, re, sys

def build_dict(env=os.environ):
    Build a dict containing data about the build configuration from
    the environment.
    d = {}
    # Check that all required variables are present first.
    missing = [r for r in required if r not in env]
    if missing:
        raise Exception("Missing required environment variables: %s" %
                        ', '.join(missing))
    # os
    o = env["OS_TARGET"]
    known_os = {"Linux": "linux",
                "WINNT": "win",
                "Darwin": "mac",
                "Android": "android"}
    if o in known_os:
        d["os"] = known_os[o]
        # Allow unknown values, just lowercase them.
        d["os"] = o.lower()

    # Widget toolkit, just pass the value directly through.
    d["toolkit"] = env["MOZ_WIDGET_TOOLKIT"]
    # processor
    p = env["TARGET_CPU"]
    # for universal mac builds, put in a special value
    if d["os"] == "mac" and "UNIVERSAL_BINARY" in env and env["UNIVERSAL_BINARY"] == "1":
        p = "universal-x86-x86_64"
        # do some slight massaging for some values
        #TODO: retain specific values in case someone wants them?
        if p.startswith("arm"):
            p = "arm"
        elif re.match("i[3-9]86", p):
            p = "x86"
    d["processor"] = p
    # hardcoded list of 64-bit CPUs
    if p in ["x86_64", "ppc64"]:
        d["bits"] = 64
    # hardcoded list of known 32-bit CPUs
    elif p in ["x86", "arm", "ppc"]:
        d["bits"] = 32
    # other CPUs will wind up with unknown bits

    # debug
    d["debug"] = 'MOZ_DEBUG' in env and env['MOZ_DEBUG'] == '1'

    # crashreporter
    d["crashreporter"] = 'MOZ_CRASHREPORTER' in env and env['MOZ_CRASHREPORTER'] == '1'
    return d

#TODO: replace this with the json module when Python >= 2.6 is a requirement.
class JsonValue:
    A class to serialize Python values into JSON-compatible representations.
    def __init__(self, v):
        if v is not None and not (isinstance(v,str) or isinstance(v,bool) or isinstance(v,int)):
            raise Exception("Unhandled data type: %s" % type(v))
        self.v = v
    def __repr__(self):
        if self.v is None:
            return "null"
        if isinstance(self.v,bool):
            return str(self.v).lower()
        return repr(self.v)

def jsonify(d):
    Return a JSON string of the dict |d|. Only handles a subset of Python
    value types: bool, str, int, None.
    jd = {}
    for k, v in d.iteritems():
        jd[k] = JsonValue(v)
    return repr(jd)

def write_json(file, env=os.environ):
    Write JSON data about the configuration specified in |env|
    to |file|, which may be a filename or file-like object.
    See build_dict for information about what  environment variables are used,
    and what keys are produced.
    s = jsonify(build_dict(env))
    if isinstance(file, basestring):
        with open(file, "w") as f:

if __name__ == '__main__':
        write_json(sys.argv[1] if len(sys.argv) > 1 else sys.stdout)
    except Exception, e:
        print >>sys.stderr, str(e)