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# pylint: disable=g-direct-third-party-import
# pylint: disable=g-bad-file-header
# Copyright 2017 The Bazel Authors. All rights reserved.
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"""Creates the that is part of the Bazel binary."""
import contextlib
import fnmatch
import os
import os.path
import re
import sys
import zipfile
from src.create_embedded_tools_lib import copy_tar_to_zip
from src.create_embedded_tools_lib import copy_zip_to_zip
from src.create_embedded_tools_lib import is_executable
output_paths = [
('*tools/jdk/BUILD', lambda x: 'tools/jdk/BUILD'),
lambda x: 'tools/build_defs/repo/BUILD'),
('*tools/platforms/', lambda x: 'platforms/BUILD'),
('*tools/platforms/*', lambda x: 'platforms/' + os.path.basename(x)),
lambda x: 'tools/cpp/runfiles/' + os.path.basename(x)[len('generated_'):]),
lambda x: 'tools/jdk/jarjar_command_deploy.jar'),
('*BUILD.java_langtools', lambda x: 'third_party/java/jdk/langtools/BUILD'),
('*launcher.exe', lambda x: 'tools/launcher/launcher.exe'),
('*def_parser.exe', lambda x: 'tools/def_parser/def_parser.exe'),
('*zipper.exe', lambda x: 'tools/zip/zipper/zipper.exe'),
('*zipper', lambda x: 'tools/zip/zipper/zipper'),
('*third_party/jarjar/', lambda x: 'third_party/jarjar/BUILD'),
('*third_party/jarjar/LICENSE', lambda x: 'third_party/jarjar/LICENSE'),
lambda x: 'tools/objc/precomp_' + os.path.basename(x)),
('*xcode*StdRedirect.dylib', lambda x: 'tools/objc/StdRedirect.dylib'),
lambda x: 'tools/objc/'),
('*xcode*realpath', lambda x: 'tools/objc/realpath'),
('*xcode*xcode-locator', lambda x: 'tools/objc/xcode-locator'),
('*src/tools/xcode/*', lambda x: 'tools/objc/' + os.path.basename(x)),
('*external/openjdk_*/file/*.tar.gz', lambda x: 'jdk.tar.gz'),
('*external/openjdk_*/file/*.zip', lambda x: ''),
('*src/minimal_jdk.tar.gz', lambda x: 'jdk.tar.gz'),
('*src/', lambda x: ''),
('*', lambda x: re.sub(r'^.*bazel-out/[^/]*/bin/', '', x, count=1)),
def get_output_path(path):
for pattern, transformer in output_paths:
if fnmatch.fnmatch(path.replace('\\', '/'), pattern):
# are stored as BUILD files.
return transformer(path).replace('/', '/BUILD')
def get_input_files(argsfile):
"""Returns a dict of archive_file to input_file.
This describes the files that should be put into the generated archive.
argsfile: The file containing the list of input files.
ValueError: When two input files map to the same output file.
with open(argsfile, 'r') as f:
input_files = sorted(set(x.strip() for x in f.readlines()))
result = {}
for input_file in input_files:
# If we have both a BUILD and a file, take the latter only.
if (os.path.basename(input_file) == 'BUILD' and
input_file + '.tools' in input_files):
# It's an error to have two files map to the same output file, because the
# result is hard to predict and can easily be wrong.
output_path = get_output_path(input_file)
if output_path in result:
raise ValueError(
'Duplicate output file: Both {} and {} map to {}'.format(
result[output_path], input_file, output_path))
result[output_path] = input_file
return result
def copy_jdk_into_archive(output_zip, archive_file, input_file):
"""Extract the JDK and adds it to the archive under jdk/*."""
def _replace_dirname(filename):
# Rename the first folder to 'jdk', because Bazel looks for a
# bundled JDK in the embedded tools using that folder name.
return 'jdk/' + '/'.join(filename.split('/')[1:])
# The JDK is special - it's extracted instead of copied.
if archive_file.endswith('.tar.gz'):
copy_tar_to_zip(output_zip, input_file, _replace_dirname)
elif archive_file.endswith('.zip'):
copy_zip_to_zip(output_zip, input_file, _replace_dirname)
def main():
output_zip = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), sys.argv[1])
input_files = get_input_files(sys.argv[2])
# Copy all the input_files into output_zip.
# Adding contextlib.closing to be python 2.6 (for centos 6.7) compatible
with contextlib.closing(
zipfile.ZipFile(output_zip, 'w', zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED)) as output_zip:
zipinfo = zipfile.ZipInfo('WORKSPACE', (1980, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0))
zipinfo.external_attr = 0o644 << 16
output_zip.writestr(zipinfo, 'workspace(name = "bazel_tools")\n')
# By sorting the file list, the resulting ZIP file will be reproducible and
# deterministic.
for archive_file, input_file in sorted(input_files.items()):
if os.path.basename(archive_file) in ('jdk.tar.gz', ''):
copy_jdk_into_archive(output_zip, archive_file, input_file)
zipinfo = zipfile.ZipInfo(archive_file, (1980, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0))
zipinfo.external_attr = 0o755 << 16 if is_executable(
input_file) else 0o644 << 16
zipinfo.compress_type = zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED
with open(input_file, 'rb') as f:
if __name__ == '__main__':