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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
# This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
# License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
""" This module is a collection of methods commonly used in this project. """
import collections
import functools
import json
import logging
import os
import os.path
import re
import shlex
import subprocess
import sys
Execution = collections.namedtuple('Execution', ['pid', 'cwd', 'cmd'])
def duplicate_check(method):
""" Predicate to detect duplicated entries.
Unique hash method can be use to detect duplicates. Entries are
represented as dictionaries, which has no default hash method.
This implementation uses a set datatype to store the unique hash values.
This method returns a method which can detect the duplicate values. """
def predicate(entry):
entry_hash = predicate.unique(entry)
if entry_hash not in predicate.state:
return False
return True
predicate.unique = method
predicate.state = set()
return predicate
def run_build(command, *args, **kwargs):
""" Run and report build command execution
:param command: array of tokens
:return: exit code of the process
environment = kwargs.get('env', os.environ)
logging.debug('run build %s, in environment: %s', command, environment)
exit_code =, *args, **kwargs)
logging.debug('build finished with exit code: %d', exit_code)
return exit_code
def run_command(command, cwd=None):
""" Run a given command and report the execution.
:param command: array of tokens
:param cwd: the working directory where the command will be executed
:return: output of the command
def decode_when_needed(result):
""" check_output returns bytes or string depend on python version """
return result.decode('utf-8') if isinstance(result, bytes) else result
directory = os.path.abspath(cwd) if cwd else os.getcwd()
logging.debug('exec command %s in %s', command, directory)
output = subprocess.check_output(command,
return decode_when_needed(output).splitlines()
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as ex:
ex.output = decode_when_needed(ex.output).splitlines()
raise ex
def reconfigure_logging(verbose_level):
""" Reconfigure logging level and format based on the verbose flag.
:param verbose_level: number of `-v` flags received by the command
:return: no return value
# Exit when nothing to do.
if verbose_level == 0:
root = logging.getLogger()
# Tune logging level.
level = logging.WARNING - min(logging.WARNING, (10 * verbose_level))
# Be verbose with messages.
if verbose_level <= 3:
fmt_string = '%(name)s: %(levelname)s: %(message)s'
fmt_string = '%(name)s: %(levelname)s: %(funcName)s: %(message)s'
handler = logging.StreamHandler(sys.stdout)
root.handlers = [handler]
def command_entry_point(function):
""" Decorator for command entry methods.
The decorator initialize/shutdown logging and guard on programming
errors (catch exceptions).
The decorated method can have arbitrary parameters, the return value will
be the exit code of the process. """
def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
""" Do housekeeping tasks and execute the wrapped method. """
logging.basicConfig(format='%(name)s: %(message)s',
# This hack to get the executable name as %(name).
logging.getLogger().name = os.path.basename(sys.argv[0])
return function(*args, **kwargs)
except KeyboardInterrupt:
logging.warning('Keyboard interrupt')
return 130 # Signal received exit code for bash.
except Exception:
logging.exception('Internal error.')
if logging.getLogger().isEnabledFor(logging.DEBUG):
logging.error("Please report this bug and attach the output "
"to the bug report")
logging.error("Please run this command again and turn on "
"verbose mode (add '-vvvv' as argument).")
return 64 # Some non used exit code for internal errors.
return wrapper
def compiler_wrapper(function):
""" Implements compiler wrapper base functionality.
A compiler wrapper executes the real compiler, then implement some
functionality, then returns with the real compiler exit code.
:param function: the extra functionality what the wrapper want to
do on top of the compiler call. If it throws exception, it will be
caught and logged.
:return: the exit code of the real compiler.
The :param function: will receive the following arguments:
:param result: the exit code of the compilation.
:param execution: the command executed by the wrapper. """
def is_cxx_compiler():
""" Find out was it a C++ compiler call. Compiler wrapper names
contain the compiler type. C++ compiler wrappers ends with `c++`,
but might have `.exe` extension on windows. """
wrapper_command = os.path.basename(sys.argv[0])
return re.match(r'(.+)c\+\+(.*)', wrapper_command)
def run_compiler(executable):
""" Execute compilation with the real compiler. """
command = executable + sys.argv[1:]
logging.debug('compilation: %s', command)
result =
logging.debug('compilation exit code: %d', result)
return result
# Get relevant parameters from environment.
parameters = json.loads(os.environ[ENVIRONMENT_KEY])
# Execute the requested compilation. Do crash if anything goes wrong.
cxx = is_cxx_compiler()
compiler = parameters['cxx'] if cxx else parameters['cc']
result = run_compiler(compiler)
# Call the wrapped method and ignore it's return value.
call = Execution(
cmd=['c++' if cxx else 'cc'] + sys.argv[1:])
function(result, call)
logging.exception('Compiler wrapper failed complete.')
# Always return the real compiler exit code.
return result
def wrapper_environment(args):
""" Set up environment for interpose compiler wrapper."""
return {
ENVIRONMENT_KEY: json.dumps({
'verbose': args.verbose,
'cc': shlex.split(,
'cxx': shlex.split(args.cxx)