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# TODO(bazel-team): In theory, the path here ought to exactly match the path
# used by gcc. That works because bazel currently doesn't track files at
# absolute locations and has no remote execution, yet. However, this will need
# to be fixed, maybe with auto-detection?
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# Make C++ compilation deterministic. Use linkstamping instead of these
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# Security hardening on by default.
# Conservative choice; -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 may be unsafe in some cases.
# We need to undef it before redefining it as some distributions now have
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# Enable coloring even if there's no attached terminal. Bazel removes the
# escape sequences if --nocolor is specified. This isn't supported by gcc
# on Ubuntu 14.04.
# compiler_flag: "-fcolor-diagnostics"
# All warnings are enabled. Maybe enable -Werror as well?
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# Enable a few more warnings that aren't part of -Wall.
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# But disable some that are problematic.
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# Anticipated future default.
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# Gold linker only? Can we enable this by default?
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# Maybe we should enable https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/DebugFission for opt or
# even generally? However, that can't happen here, as it requires special
# handling in Bazel.
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# Conservative choice for -O
# -O3 can increase binary size and even slow down the resulting binaries.
# Profile first and / or use FDO if you need better performance than this.
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# Disable assertions
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# Removal of unused code and data at link time (can this increase binary size in some cases?).
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abi_libc_version: "local"
builtin_sysroot: ""
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host_system_name: "local"
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target_system_name: "local"
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linker_flag: "dynamic_lookup"
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# TODO(ulfjack): This is wrong on so many levels. Figure out a way to auto-detect the proper
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# Make C++ compilation deterministic. Use linkstamping instead of these
# compiler symbols.
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# Anticipated future default.
linker_flag: "-no-canonical-prefixes"
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# Maybe we should enable https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/DebugFission for opt or even generally?
# However, that can't happen here, as it requires special handling in Bazel.
compiler_flag: "-g0"
# Conservative choice for -O
# -O3 can increase binary size and even slow down the resulting binaries.
# Profile first and / or use FDO if you need better performance than this.
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# Disable assertions
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# Removal of unused code and data at link time (can this increase binary size in some cases?).
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abi_libc_version: "local"
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target_system_name: "local"
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linker_flag: "-lstdc++"
linker_flag: "-B/usr/bin/"
# TODO(bazel-team): In theory, the path here ought to exactly match the path
# used by gcc. That works because bazel currently doesn't track files at
# absolute locations and has no remote execution, yet. However, this will need
# to be fixed, maybe with auto-detection?
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cxx_builtin_include_directory: "/usr/include"
tool_path { name: "gcov" path: "/usr/bin/gcov" }
# C(++) compiles invoke the compiler (as that is the one knowing where
# to find libraries), but we provide LD so other rules can invoke the linker.
tool_path { name: "ld" path: "/usr/bin/ld" }
tool_path { name: "nm" path: "/usr/bin/nm" }
tool_path { name: "objcopy" path: "/usr/bin/objcopy" }
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objcopy_embed_flag: "binary"
tool_path { name: "objdump" path: "/usr/bin/objdump" }
tool_path { name: "strip" path: "/usr/bin/strip" }
# Anticipated future default.
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# Make C++ compilation deterministic. Use linkstamping instead of these
# compiler symbols.
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unfiltered_cxx_flag: "-D__TIMESTAMP__=\"redacted\""
unfiltered_cxx_flag: "-D__TIME__=\"redacted\""
# Security hardening on by default.
# Conservative choice; -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 may be unsafe in some cases.
# We need to undef it before redefining it as some distributions now have
# it enabled by default.
compiler_flag: "-U_FORTIFY_SOURCE"
compiler_flag: "-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=1"
compiler_flag: "-fstack-protector"
linker_flag: "-Wl,-z,relro,-z,now"
# Enable coloring even if there's no attached terminal. Bazel removes the
# escape sequences if --nocolor is specified. This isn't supported by gcc
# on Ubuntu 14.04.
# compiler_flag: "-fcolor-diagnostics"
# All warnings are enabled. Maybe enable -Werror as well?
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# Enable a few more warnings that aren't part of -Wall.
#compiler_flag: "-Wunused-but-set-parameter"
# But disable some that are problematic.
#compiler_flag: "-Wno-free-nonheap-object" # has false positives
# Keep stack frames for debugging, even in opt mode.
compiler_flag: "-fno-omit-frame-pointer"
# Anticipated future default.
linker_flag: "-no-canonical-prefixes"
# Have gcc return the exit code from ld.
#linker_flag: "-pass-exit-codes"
# Stamp the binary with a unique identifier.
#linker_flag: "-Wl,--build-id=md5"
linker_flag: "-Wl,--hash-style=gnu"
# Gold linker only? Can we enable this by default?
# linker_flag: "-Wl,--warn-execstack"
# linker_flag: "-Wl,--detect-odr-violations"
compilation_mode_flags {
mode: DBG
# Enable debug symbols.
compiler_flag: "-g"
}
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mode: OPT
# No debug symbols.
# Maybe we should enable https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/DebugFission for opt or
# even generally? However, that can't happen here, as it requires special
# handling in Bazel.
compiler_flag: "-g0"
# Conservative choice for -O
# -O3 can increase binary size and even slow down the resulting binaries.
# Profile first and / or use FDO if you need better performance than this.
compiler_flag: "-O2"
# Disable assertions
compiler_flag: "-DNDEBUG"
# Removal of unused code and data at link time (can this increase binary size in some cases?).
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target_libc: "local"
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target_system_name: "local"
toolchain_identifier: "local_windows_mingw"
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tool_path { name: "gcc" path: "C:/mingw/bin/gcc" }
cxx_flag: "-std=c++0x"
# TODO(bazel-team): In theory, the path here ought to exactly match the path
# used by gcc. That works because bazel currently doesn't track files at
# absolute locations and has no remote execution, yet. However, this will need
# to be fixed, maybe with auto-detection?
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objcopy_embed_flag: "binary"
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tool_path { name: "strip" path: "C:/mingw/bin/strip" }
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abi_libc_version: "local"
builtin_sysroot: ""
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host_system_name: "local"
needsPic: false
target_libc: "local"
target_cpu: "x64_windows"
target_system_name: "local"
toolchain_identifier: "local_windows_msys64_mingw64"
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cxx_flag: "-std=c++0x"
# TODO(bazel-team): In theory, the path here ought to exactly match the path
# used by gcc. That works because bazel currently doesn't track files at
# absolute locations and has no remote execution, yet. However, this will need
# to be fixed, maybe with auto-detection?
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objcopy_embed_flag: "binary"
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abi_libc_version: "local"
builtin_sysroot: ""
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host_system_name: "local"
needsPic: false
target_libc: "local"
target_cpu: "x64_windows"
target_system_name: "local"
toolchain_identifier: "local_windows_clang"
tool_path { name: "ar" path: "C:/mingw/bin/ar" }
tool_path { name: "compat-ld" path: "C:/Program Files (x86)/LLVM/bin/ld" }
tool_path { name: "cpp" path: "C:/Program Files (x86)/LLVM/bin/cpp" }
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tool_path { name: "gcc" path: "C:/Program Files (x86)/LLVM/bin/clang" }
cxx_flag: "-std=c++0x"
# TODO(bazel-team): In theory, the path here ought to exactly match the path
# used by gcc. That works because bazel currently doesn't track files at
# absolute locations and has no remote execution, yet. However, this will need
# to be fixed, maybe with auto-detection?
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cxx_builtin_include_directory: "/usr/include"
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tool_path { name: "ld" path: "C:/Program Files (x86)/LLVM/bin/ld" }
tool_path { name: "nm" path: "C:/Program Files (x86)/LLVM/bin/nm" }
tool_path { name: "objcopy" path: "C:/Program Files (x86)/LLVM/bin/objcopy" }
objcopy_embed_flag: "-I"
objcopy_embed_flag: "binary"
tool_path { name: "objdump" path: "C:/Program Files (x86)/LLVM/bin/objdump" }
tool_path { name: "strip" path: "C:/Program Files (x86)/LLVM/bin/strip" }
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tool_path { name: "dwp" path: "C:/tools/msys64/usr/bin/dwp" }
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cxx_flag: "-std=gnu++0x"
linker_flag: "-lstdc++"
# TODO(bazel-team): In theory, the path here ought to exactly match the path
# used by gcc. That works because bazel currently doesn't track files at
# absolute locations and has no remote execution, yet. However, this will need
# to be fixed, maybe with auto-detection?
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tool_path { name: "ld" path: "C:/tools/msys64/usr/bin/ld" }
tool_path { name: "nm" path: "C:/tools/msys64/usr/bin/nm" }
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objcopy_embed_flag: "-I"
objcopy_embed_flag: "binary"
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tool_path { name: "strip" path: "C:/tools/msys64/usr/bin/strip" }
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host_system_name: "local"
target_system_name: "local"
abi_version: "local"
abi_libc_version: "local"
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# Don't pollute with GDI macros in windows.h.
compiler_flag: "/DNOGDI"
# Don't define min/max macros in windows.h.
compiler_flag: "/DNOMINMAX"
compiler_flag: "/DPRAGMA_SUPPORTED"
# Platform defines.
compiler_flag: "/D_WIN32_WINNT=0x0600"
# Turn off warning messages.
compiler_flag: "/D_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE"
compiler_flag: "/D_CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS"
compiler_flag: "/D_SILENCE_STDEXT_HASH_DEPRECATION_WARNINGS"
# Use math constants (M_PI, etc.) from the math library
compiler_flag: "/D_USE_MATH_DEFINES"
# Useful options to have on for compilation.
# Suppress startup banner.
compiler_flag: "/nologo"
# Increase the capacity of object files to 2^32 sections.
compiler_flag: "/bigobj"
# Allocate 500MB for precomputed headers.
compiler_flag: "/Zm500"
# Use unsigned char by default.
compiler_flag: "/J"
# Use function level linking.
compiler_flag: "/Gy"
# Use string pooling.
compiler_flag: "/GF"
# Warning level 3 (could possibly go to 4 in the future).
compiler_flag: "/W3"
# Catch both asynchronous (structured) and synchronous (C++) exceptions.
compiler_flag: "/EHsc"
# Globally disabled warnings.
# Don't warn about elements of array being be default initialized.
compiler_flag: "/wd4351"
# Don't warn about no matching delete found.
compiler_flag: "/wd4291"
# Don't warn about diamond inheritance patterns.
compiler_flag: "/wd4250"
# Don't warn about insecure functions (e.g. non _s functions).
compiler_flag: "/wd4996"
linker_flag: "-m64"
feature {
name: 'include_paths'
flag_set {
action: 'preprocess-assemble'
action: 'c-compile'
action: 'c++-compile'
action: 'c++-header-parsing'
action: 'c++-header-preprocessing'
action: 'c++-module-compile'
flag_group {
flag: '/I%{quote_include_paths}'
}
flag_group {
flag: '/I%{include_paths}'
}
flag_group {
flag: '/I%{system_include_paths}'
}
}
}
feature {
name: 'dependency_file'
flag_set {
action: 'assemble'
action: 'preprocess-assemble'
action: 'c-compile'
action: 'c++-compile'
action: 'c++-module-compile'
action: 'c++-header-preprocessing'
action: 'c++-header-parsing'
expand_if_all_available: 'dependency_file'
flag_group {
flag: '/DEPENDENCY_FILE'
flag: '%{dependency_file}'
}
}
}
# Stop passing -frandom-seed option
feature {
name: 'random_seed'
}
# This feature is just for enabling flag_set in action_config for -c and -o options during the transitional period
feature {
name: 'compile_action_flags_in_flag_set'
}
action_config {
config_name: 'c-compile'
action_name: 'c-compile'
tool {
tool_path: 'wrapper/bin/msvc_cl.bat'
}
flag_set {
flag_group {
flag: '/c'
flag: '%{source_file}'
}
}
flag_set {
expand_if_all_available: 'output_object_file'
flag_group {
flag: '/Fo%{output_object_file}'
}
}
flag_set {
expand_if_all_available: 'output_assembly_file'
flag_group {
flag: '/Fa%{output_assembly_file}'
}
}
flag_set {
expand_if_all_available: 'output_preprocess_file'
flag_group {
flag: '/P'
flag: '/Fi%{output_preprocess_file}'
}
}
}
action_config {
config_name: 'c++-compile'
action_name: 'c++-compile'
tool {
tool_path: 'wrapper/bin/msvc_cl.bat'
}
flag_set {
flag_group {
flag: '/c'
flag: '%{source_file}'
}
}
flag_set {
expand_if_all_available: 'output_object_file'
flag_group {
flag: '/Fo%{output_object_file}'
}
}
flag_set {
expand_if_all_available: 'output_assembly_file'
flag_group {
flag: '/Fa%{output_assembly_file}'
}
}
flag_set {
expand_if_all_available: 'output_preprocess_file'
flag_group {
flag: '/P'
flag: '/Fi%{output_preprocess_file}'
}
}
}
compilation_mode_flags {
mode: DBG
compiler_flag: "/DDEBUG=1"
# This will signal the wrapper that we are doing a debug build, which sets
# some internal state of the toolchain wrapper. It is intentionally a "-"
# flag to make this very obvious.
compiler_flag: "-g"
compiler_flag: "/Od"
compiler_flag: "-Xcompilation-mode=dbg"
}
compilation_mode_flags {
mode: FASTBUILD
compiler_flag: "/DNDEBUG"
compiler_flag: "/Od"
compiler_flag: "-Xcompilation-mode=fastbuild"
}
compilation_mode_flags {
mode: OPT
compiler_flag: "/DNDEBUG"
compiler_flag: "/O2"
compiler_flag: "-Xcompilation-mode=opt"
}
}
# Stub crosstool to allow construction of apple crosstool configuration in a
# static configuration set.
# TODO(b/33804121): Remove this once dynamic configurations are in place.
toolchain {
toolchain_identifier: "ios_x86_64"
host_system_name: "x86_64-apple-macosx"
target_system_name: "x86_64-apple-ios"
target_cpu: "ios_x86_64"
target_libc: "ios"
compiler: "compiler"
abi_version: "local"
abi_libc_version: "local"
supports_gold_linker: false
supports_incremental_linker: false
supports_fission: false
supports_interface_shared_objects: false
supports_normalizing_ar: false
supports_start_end_lib: false
tool_path { name: "ar" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "compat-ld" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "cpp" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "dwp" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "gcc" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "gcov" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "ld" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "nm" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "objcopy" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "objdump" path: "/bin/false" }
tool_path { name: "strip" path: "/bin/false" }
linking_mode_flags { mode: DYNAMIC }
}