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#!/usr/bin/env python
"""Writes large manifest files, for manifest parser performance testing.
The generated manifest files are (eerily) similar in appearance and size to the
ones used in the Chromium project.
python misc/ outdir # Will run for about 5s.
The program contains a hardcoded random seed, so it will generate the same
output every time it runs. By changing the seed, it's easy to generate many
different sets of manifest files.
import argparse
import contextlib
import os
import random
import sys
import ninja_syntax
def paretoint(avg, alpha):
"""Returns a random integer that's avg on average, following a power law.
alpha determines the shape of the power curve. alpha has to be larger
than 1. The closer alpha is to 1, the higher the variation of the returned
return int(random.paretovariate(alpha) * avg / (alpha / (alpha - 1)))
# Based on
def moar(avg_options, p_suffix):
kStart = ['render', 'web', 'browser', 'tab', 'content', 'extension', 'url',
'file', 'sync', 'content', 'http', 'profile']
kOption = ['view', 'host', 'holder', 'container', 'impl', 'ref',
'delegate', 'widget', 'proxy', 'stub', 'context',
'manager', 'master', 'watcher', 'service', 'file', 'data',
'resource', 'device', 'info', 'provider', 'internals', 'tracker',
'api', 'layer']
kOS = ['win', 'mac', 'aura', 'linux', 'android', 'unittest', 'browsertest']
num_options = min(paretoint(avg_options, alpha=4), 5)
# The original allows kOption to repeat as long as no consecutive options
# repeat. This version doesn't allow any option repetition.
name = [random.choice(kStart)] + random.sample(kOption, num_options)
if random.random() < p_suffix:
return '_'.join(name)
class GenRandom(object):
def __init__(self, src_dir):
self.seen_names = set([None])
self.seen_defines = set([None])
self.src_dir = src_dir
def _unique_string(self, seen, avg_options=1.3, p_suffix=0.1):
s = None
while s in seen:
s = moar(avg_options, p_suffix)
return s
def _n_unique_strings(self, n):
seen = set([None])
return [self._unique_string(seen, avg_options=3, p_suffix=0.4)
for _ in xrange(n)]
def target_name(self):
return self._unique_string(p_suffix=0, seen=self.seen_names)
def path(self):
return os.path.sep.join([
self._unique_string(self.seen_names, avg_options=1, p_suffix=0)
for _ in xrange(1 + paretoint(0.6, alpha=4))])
def src_obj_pairs(self, path, name):
num_sources = paretoint(55, alpha=2) + 1
return [(os.path.join(self.src_dir, path, s + '.cc'),
os.path.join('obj', path, '%s.%s.o' % (name, s)))
for s in self._n_unique_strings(num_sources)]
def defines(self):
return [
'-DENABLE_' + self._unique_string(self.seen_defines).upper()
for _ in xrange(paretoint(20, alpha=3))]
LIB, EXE = 0, 1
class Target(object):
def __init__(self, gen, kind): = gen.target_name()
self.dir_path = gen.path()
self.ninja_file_path = os.path.join(
'obj', self.dir_path, + '.ninja')
self.src_obj_pairs = gen.src_obj_pairs(self.dir_path,
if kind == LIB:
self.output = os.path.join('lib' + + '.a')
elif kind == EXE:
self.output = os.path.join(
self.defines = gen.defines()
self.deps = []
self.kind = kind
self.has_compile_depends = random.random() < 0.4
def write_target_ninja(ninja, target, src_dir):
compile_depends = None
if target.has_compile_depends:
compile_depends = os.path.join(
'obj', target.dir_path, + '.stamp'), 'stamp', target.src_obj_pairs[0][0])
ninja.variable('defines', target.defines)
ninja.variable('includes', '-I' + src_dir)
ninja.variable('cflags', ['-Wall', '-fno-rtti', '-fno-exceptions'])
for src, obj in target.src_obj_pairs:, 'cxx', src, implicit=compile_depends)
deps = [dep.output for dep in target.deps]
libs = [dep.output for dep in target.deps if dep.kind == LIB]
if target.kind == EXE:
ninja.variable('libs', libs)
if sys.platform == "darwin":
ninja.variable('ldflags', '-Wl,-pie')
link = { LIB: 'alink', EXE: 'link'}[target.kind], link, [obj for _, obj in target.src_obj_pairs],
def write_sources(target, root_dir):
need_main = target.kind == EXE
includes = []
# Include siblings.
for cc_filename, _ in target.src_obj_pairs:
h_filename = os.path.basename(os.path.splitext(cc_filename)[0] + '.h')
# Include deps.
for dep in target.deps:
for cc_filename, _ in dep.src_obj_pairs:
h_filename = os.path.basename(
os.path.splitext(cc_filename)[0] + '.h')
includes.append("%s/%s" % (dep.dir_path, h_filename))
for cc_filename, _ in target.src_obj_pairs:
cc_path = os.path.join(root_dir, cc_filename)
h_path = os.path.splitext(cc_path)[0] + '.h'
namespace = os.path.basename(target.dir_path)
class_ = os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(cc_filename))[0]
except OSError:
with open(h_path, 'w') as f:
f.write('namespace %s { struct %s { %s(); }; }' % (namespace,
class_, class_))
with open(cc_path, 'w') as f:
for include in includes:
f.write('#include "%s"\n' % include)
f.write('namespace %s { %s::%s() {} }' % (namespace,
class_, class_))
if need_main:
f.write('int main(int argc, char **argv) {}\n')
need_main = False
def write_master_ninja(master_ninja, targets):
"""Writes master file, referencing all given subninjas."""
master_ninja.variable('cxx', 'c++')
master_ninja.variable('ld', '$cxx')
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
master_ninja.variable('alink', 'libtool -static')
master_ninja.variable('alink', 'ar rcs')
master_ninja.pool('link_pool', depth=4)
master_ninja.rule('cxx', description='CXX $out',
command='$cxx -MMD -MF $out.d $defines $includes $cflags -c $in -o $out',
depfile='$out.d', deps='gcc')
master_ninja.rule('alink', description='ARCHIVE $out',
command='rm -f $out && $alink -o $out $in')
master_ninja.rule('link', description='LINK $out', pool='link_pool',
command='$ld $ldflags -o $out $in $libs')
master_ninja.rule('stamp', description='STAMP $out', command='touch $out')
for target in targets:
master_ninja.comment('Short names for targets.')
for target in targets:
if != target.output:, 'phony', target.output)
master_ninja.newline()'all', 'phony', [target.output for target in targets])
def FileWriter(path):
"""Context manager for a ninja_syntax object writing to a file."""
except OSError:
f = open(path, 'w')
yield ninja_syntax.Writer(f)
def random_targets(num_targets, src_dir):
gen = GenRandom(src_dir)
# N-1 static libraries, and 1 executable depending on all of them.
targets = [Target(gen, LIB) for i in xrange(num_targets - 1)]
for i in range(len(targets)):
targets[i].deps = [t for t in targets[0:i] if random.random() < 0.05]
last_target = Target(gen, EXE)
last_target.deps = targets[:]
last_target.src_obj_pairs = last_target.src_obj_pairs[0:10] # Trim.
return targets
def main():
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument('-s', '--sources', nargs="?", const="src",
help='write sources to directory (relative to output directory)')
parser.add_argument('-t', '--targets', type=int, default=1500,
help='number of targets (default: 1500)')
parser.add_argument('-S', '--seed', type=int, help='random seed',
parser.add_argument('outdir', help='output directory')
args = parser.parse_args()
root_dir = args.outdir
do_write_sources = args.sources is not None
src_dir = args.sources if do_write_sources else "src"
targets = random_targets(args.targets, src_dir)
for target in targets:
with FileWriter(os.path.join(root_dir, target.ninja_file_path)) as n:
write_target_ninja(n, target, src_dir)
if do_write_sources:
write_sources(target, root_dir)
with FileWriter(os.path.join(root_dir, '')) as master_ninja:
master_ninja.width = 120
write_master_ninja(master_ninja, targets)
if __name__ == '__main__':