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/*
* ccache -- a fast C/C++ compiler cache
*
* Copyright (C) 2002-2007 Andrew Tridgell
* Copyright (C) 2009-2012 Joel Rosdahl
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
* under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
* Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option)
* any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
* ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
* FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for
* more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
* this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51
* Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
*/
#include "ccache.h"
#include "compopt.h"
#ifdef HAVE_GETOPT_LONG
#include <getopt.h>
#else
#include "getopt_long.h"
#endif
#include "hashtable.h"
#include "hashtable_itr.h"
#include "hashutil.h"
#include "language.h"
#include "manifest.h"
#define STRINGIFY(x) #x
#define TO_STRING(x) STRINGIFY(x)
static const char VERSION_TEXT[] =
MYNAME " version %s\n"
"\n"
"Copyright (C) 2002-2007 Andrew Tridgell\n"
"Copyright (C) 2009-2011 Joel Rosdahl\n"
"\n"
"This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under\n"
"the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software\n"
"Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later\n"
"version.\n";
static const char USAGE_TEXT[] =
"Usage:\n"
" " MYNAME " [options]\n"
" " MYNAME " compiler [compiler options]\n"
" compiler [compiler options] (via symbolic link)\n"
"\n"
"Options:\n"
" -c, --cleanup delete old files and recalculate size counters\n"
" (normally not needed as this is done automatically)\n"
" -C, --clear clear the cache completely (except configuration)\n"
" -F, --max-files=N set maximum number of files in cache to N (use 0 for\n"
" no limit)\n"
" -M, --max-size=SIZE set maximum size of cache to SIZE (use 0 for no\n"
" limit); available suffixes: k, M, G, T (decimal) and\n"
" Ki, Mi, Gi, Ti (binary); default suffix: G\n"
" -o, --set-config=K=V set configuration key K to value V\n"
" -p, --print-config print current configuration options\n"
" -s, --show-stats show statistics summary\n"
" -z, --zero-stats zero statistics counters\n"
"\n"
" -h, --help print this help text\n"
" -V, --version print version and copyright information\n"
"\n"
"See also <http://ccache.samba.org>.\n";
/* Global configuration data. */
struct conf *conf = NULL;
/* Where to write configuration changes. */
char *primary_config_path = NULL;
/* Secondary, read-only configuration file (if any). */
char *secondary_config_path = NULL;
/* current working directory taken from $PWD, or getcwd() if $PWD is bad */
char *current_working_dir = NULL;
/* the original argument list */
static struct args *orig_args;
/* the source file */
static char *input_file;
/* The output file being compiled to. */
static char *output_obj;
/* The path to the dependency file (implicit or specified with -MF). */
static char *output_dep;
/*
* Name (represented as a struct file_hash) of the file containing the cached
* object code.
*/
static struct file_hash *cached_obj_hash;
/*
* Full path to the file containing the cached object code
* (cachedir/a/b/cdef[...]-size.o).
*/
static char *cached_obj;
/*
* Full path to the file containing the standard error output
* (cachedir/a/b/cdef[...]-size.stderr).
*/
static char *cached_stderr;
/*
* Full path to the file containing the dependency information
* (cachedir/a/b/cdef[...]-size.d).
*/
static char *cached_dep;
/*
* Full path to the file containing the manifest
* (cachedir/a/b/cdef[...]-size.manifest).
*/
static char *manifest_path;
/*
* Time of compilation. Used to see if include files have changed after
* compilation.
*/
static time_t time_of_compilation;
/*
* Files included by the preprocessor and their hashes/sizes. Key: file path.
* Value: struct file_hash.
*/
static struct hashtable *included_files;
/* is gcc being asked to output dependencies? */
static bool generating_dependencies;
/* the name of the temporary pre-processor file */
static char *i_tmpfile;
/* are we compiling a .i or .ii file directly? */
static bool direct_i_file;
/* the name of the cpp stderr file */
static char *cpp_stderr;
/*
* Full path to the statistics file in the subdirectory where the cached result
* belongs (<cache_dir>/<x>/stats).
*/
char *stats_file = NULL;
/* Whether the output is a precompiled header */
static bool output_is_precompiled_header = false;
/* Whether we should output to the real object first before saving into cache */
static bool output_to_real_object_first = false;
/* Profile generation / usage information */
static char *profile_dir = NULL;
static bool profile_use = false;
static bool profile_generate = false;
/*
* Whether we are using a precompiled header (either via -include or #include).
*/
static bool using_precompiled_header = false;
/* How long (in microseconds) to wait before breaking a stale lock. */
unsigned lock_staleness_limit = 2000000;
enum fromcache_call_mode {
FROMCACHE_DIRECT_MODE,
FROMCACHE_CPP_MODE,
FROMCACHE_COMPILED_MODE
};
/*
* This is a string that identifies the current "version" of the hash sum
* computed by ccache. If, for any reason, we want to force the hash sum to be
* different for the same input in a new ccache version, we can just change
* this string. A typical example would be if the format of one of the files
* stored in the cache changes in a backwards-incompatible way.
*/
static const char HASH_PREFIX[] = "3";
static void
add_prefix(struct args *orig_args)
{
char *e;
char *tok, *saveptr = NULL;
struct args *prefix;
int i;
if (str_eq(conf->prefix_command, "")) {
return;
}
prefix = args_init(0, NULL);
e = x_strdup(conf->prefix_command);
for (tok = strtok_r(e, " ", &saveptr);
tok;
tok = strtok_r(NULL, " ", &saveptr)) {
char *p;
p = find_executable(tok, MYNAME);
if (!p) {
fatal("%s: %s", tok, strerror(errno));
}
args_add(prefix, p);
free(p);
}
free(e);
cc_log("Using command-line prefix %s", conf->prefix_command);
for (i = prefix->argc; i != 0; i--) {
args_add_prefix(orig_args, prefix->argv[i-1]);
}
args_free(prefix);
}
/* Something went badly wrong - just execute the real compiler. */
static void
failed(void)
{
assert(orig_args);
args_strip(orig_args, "--ccache-");
add_prefix(orig_args);
cc_log("Failed; falling back to running the real compiler");
cc_log_argv("Executing ", orig_args->argv);
exitfn_call();
execv(orig_args->argv[0], orig_args->argv);
fatal("execv of %s failed: %s", orig_args->argv[0], strerror(errno));
}
static void
clean_up_tmp_files()
{
/* delete intermediate pre-processor file if needed */
if (i_tmpfile) {
if (!direct_i_file) {
tmp_unlink(i_tmpfile);
}
free(i_tmpfile);
i_tmpfile = NULL;
}
/* delete the cpp stderr file if necessary */
if (cpp_stderr) {
tmp_unlink(cpp_stderr);
free(cpp_stderr);
cpp_stderr = NULL;
}
}
static const char *
temp_dir()
{
static char* path = NULL;
if (path) return path; /* Memoize */
path = conf->temporary_dir;
if (str_eq(path, "")) {
path = format("%s/tmp", conf->cache_dir);
}
return path;
}
/*
* Transform a name to a full path into the cache directory, creating needed
* sublevels if needed. Caller frees.
*/
static char *
get_path_in_cache(const char *name, const char *suffix)
{
unsigned i;
char *path;
char *result;
path = x_strdup(conf->cache_dir);
for (i = 0; i < conf->cache_dir_levels; ++i) {
char *p = format("%s/%c", path, name[i]);
free(path);
path = p;
}
result = format("%s/%s%s", path, name + conf->cache_dir_levels, suffix);
free(path);
return result;
}
/*
* This function hashes an include file and stores the path and hash in the
* global included_files variable. If the include file is a PCH, cpp_hash is
* also updated. Takes over ownership of path.
*/
static void
remember_include_file(char *path, size_t path_len, struct mdfour *cpp_hash)
{
#ifdef _WIN32
DWORD attributes;
#endif
struct mdfour fhash;
struct stat st;
char *source = NULL;
size_t size;
int result;
bool is_pch;
if (path_len >= 2 && (path[0] == '<' && path[path_len - 1] == '>')) {
/* Typically <built-in> or <command-line>. */
goto ignore;
}
if (str_eq(path, input_file)) {
/* Don't remember the input file. */
goto ignore;
}
if (hashtable_search(included_files, path)) {
/* Already known include file. */
goto ignore;
}
#ifdef _WIN32
/* stat fails on directories on win32 */
attributes = GetFileAttributes(path);
if (attributes != INVALID_FILE_ATTRIBUTES &&
attributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY)
goto ignore;
#endif
if (stat(path, &st) != 0) {
cc_log("Failed to stat include file %s: %s", path, strerror(errno));
goto failure;
}
if (S_ISDIR(st.st_mode)) {
/* Ignore directory, typically $PWD. */
goto ignore;
}
if (!S_ISREG(st.st_mode)) {
/* Device, pipe, socket or other strange creature. */
cc_log("Non-regular include file %s", path);
goto failure;
}
/* Let's hash the include file. */
if (!(conf->sloppiness & SLOPPY_INCLUDE_FILE_MTIME)
&& st.st_mtime >= time_of_compilation) {
cc_log("Include file %s too new", path);
goto failure;
}
hash_start(&fhash);
is_pch = is_precompiled_header(path);
if (is_pch) {
struct file_hash pch_hash;
if (!hash_file(&fhash, path)) {
goto failure;
}
hash_result_as_bytes(&fhash, pch_hash.hash);
pch_hash.size = fhash.totalN;
hash_delimiter(cpp_hash, "pch_hash");
hash_buffer(cpp_hash, pch_hash.hash, sizeof(pch_hash.hash));
}
if (conf->direct_mode) {
struct file_hash *h;
if (!is_pch) { /* else: the file has already been hashed. */
if (st.st_size > 0) {
if (!read_file(path, st.st_size, &source, &size)) {
goto failure;
}
} else {
source = x_strdup("");
size = 0;
}
result = hash_source_code_string(conf, &fhash, source, size, path);
if (result & HASH_SOURCE_CODE_ERROR
|| result & HASH_SOURCE_CODE_FOUND_TIME) {
goto failure;
}
}
h = x_malloc(sizeof(*h));
hash_result_as_bytes(&fhash, h->hash);
h->size = fhash.totalN;
hashtable_insert(included_files, path, h);
} else {
free(path);
}
free(source);
return;
failure:
cc_log("Disabling direct mode");
conf->direct_mode = false;
/* Fall through. */
ignore:
free(path);
free(source);
}
/*
* Make a relative path from current working directory to path if path is under
* the base directory. Takes over ownership of path. Caller frees.
*/
static char *
make_relative_path(char *path)
{
char *relpath;
if (str_eq(conf->base_dir, "") || !str_startswith(path, conf->base_dir)) {
return path;
}
if (!current_working_dir) {
current_working_dir = get_cwd();
if (!current_working_dir) {
cc_log("Unable to determine current working directory: %s",
strerror(errno));
failed();
}
}
relpath = get_relative_path(current_working_dir, path);
free(path);
return relpath;
}
/*
* This function reads and hashes a file. While doing this, it also does these
* things:
*
* - Makes include file paths for which the base directory is a prefix relative
* when computing the hash sum.
* - Stores the paths and hashes of included files in the global variable
* included_files.
*/
static bool
process_preprocessed_file(struct mdfour *hash, const char *path)
{
char *data;
char *p, *q, *end;
size_t size;
if (!read_file(path, 0, &data, &size)) {
return false;
}
included_files = create_hashtable(1000, hash_from_string, strings_equal);
/* Bytes between p and q are pending to be hashed. */
end = data + size;
p = data;
q = data;
while (q < end - 7) { /* There must be at least 7 characters (# 1 "x") left
to potentially find an include file path. */
/*
* Check if we look at a line containing the file name of an included file.
* At least the following formats exist (where N is a positive integer):
*
* GCC:
*
* # N "file"
* # N "file" N
* #pragma GCC pch_preprocess "file"
*
* HP's compiler:
*
* #line N "file"
*
* AIX's compiler:
*
* #line N "file"
* #line N
*
* Note that there may be other lines starting with '#' left after
* preprocessing as well, for instance "# pragma".
*/
if (q[0] == '#'
/* GCC: */
&& ((q[1] == ' ' && q[2] >= '0' && q[2] <= '9')
/* GCC precompiled header: */
|| (q[1] == 'p'
&& str_startswith(&q[2], "ragma GCC pch_preprocess "))
/* HP/AIX: */
|| (q[1] == 'l' && q[2] == 'i' && q[3] == 'n' && q[4] == 'e'
&& q[5] == ' '))
&& (q == data || q[-1] == '\n')) {
char *path;
while (q < end && *q != '"' && *q != '\n') {
q++;
}
if (q < end && *q == '\n') {
/* A newline before the quotation mark -> no match. */
continue;
}
q++;
if (q >= end) {
cc_log("Failed to parse included file path");
free(data);
return false;
}
/* q points to the beginning of an include file path */
hash_buffer(hash, p, q - p);
p = q;
while (q < end && *q != '"') {
q++;
}
/* p and q span the include file path */
path = x_strndup(p, q - p);
path = make_relative_path(path);
hash_string(hash, path);
remember_include_file(path, q - p, hash);
p = q;
} else {
q++;
}
}
hash_buffer(hash, p, (end - p));
free(data);
return true;
}
/* run the real compiler and put the result in cache */
static void
to_cache(struct args *args)
{
char *tmp_stdout, *tmp_stderr, *tmp_obj;
struct stat st;
int status;
size_t added_bytes = 0;
unsigned added_files = 0;
if (create_parent_dirs(cached_obj) != 0) {
fatal("Failed to create parent directory for %s: %s",
cached_obj, strerror(errno));
}
tmp_stdout = format("%s.tmp.stdout.%s", cached_obj, tmp_string());
tmp_stderr = format("%s.tmp.stderr.%s", cached_obj, tmp_string());
if (output_to_real_object_first) {
tmp_obj = x_strdup(output_obj);
cc_log("Outputting to final destination: %s", tmp_obj);
} else {
tmp_obj = format("%s.tmp.%s", cached_obj, tmp_string());
}
args_add(args, "-o");
args_add(args, tmp_obj);
/* Turn off DEPENDENCIES_OUTPUT when running cc1, because
* otherwise it will emit a line like
*
* tmp.stdout.vexed.732.o: /home/mbp/.ccache/tmp.stdout.vexed.732.i
*/
x_unsetenv("DEPENDENCIES_OUTPUT");
if (conf->run_second_cpp) {
args_add(args, input_file);
} else {
args_add(args, i_tmpfile);
}
cc_log("Running real compiler");
status = execute(args->argv, tmp_stdout, tmp_stderr);
args_pop(args, 3);
if (stat(tmp_stdout, &st) != 0) {
fatal("Could not create %s (permission denied?)", tmp_stdout);
}
if (st.st_size != 0) {
cc_log("Compiler produced stdout");
stats_update(STATS_STDOUT);
tmp_unlink(tmp_stdout);
tmp_unlink(tmp_stderr);
tmp_unlink(tmp_obj);
failed();
}
tmp_unlink(tmp_stdout);
/*
* Merge stderr from the preprocessor (if any) and stderr from the real
* compiler into tmp_stderr.
*/
if (cpp_stderr) {
int fd_cpp_stderr;
int fd_real_stderr;
int fd_result;
char *tmp_stderr2;
tmp_stderr2 = format("%s.tmp.stderr2.%s", cached_obj, tmp_string());
if (x_rename(tmp_stderr, tmp_stderr2)) {
cc_log("Failed to rename %s to %s: %s", tmp_stderr, tmp_stderr2,
strerror(errno));
failed();
}
fd_cpp_stderr = open(cpp_stderr, O_RDONLY | O_BINARY);
if (fd_cpp_stderr == -1) {
cc_log("Failed opening %s: %s", cpp_stderr, strerror(errno));
failed();
}
fd_real_stderr = open(tmp_stderr2, O_RDONLY | O_BINARY);
if (fd_real_stderr == -1) {
cc_log("Failed opening %s: %s", tmp_stderr2, strerror(errno));
failed();
}
fd_result = open(tmp_stderr, O_WRONLY | O_CREAT | O_TRUNC | O_BINARY, 0666);
if (fd_result == -1) {
cc_log("Failed opening %s: %s", tmp_stderr, strerror(errno));
failed();
}
copy_fd(fd_cpp_stderr, fd_result);
copy_fd(fd_real_stderr, fd_result);
close(fd_cpp_stderr);
close(fd_real_stderr);
close(fd_result);
tmp_unlink(tmp_stderr2);
free(tmp_stderr2);
}
if (status != 0) {
int fd;
cc_log("Compiler gave exit status %d", status);
stats_update(STATS_STATUS);
fd = open(tmp_stderr, O_RDONLY | O_BINARY);
if (fd != -1) {
if (str_eq(output_obj, "/dev/null")
|| (!output_to_real_object_first
&& access(tmp_obj, R_OK) == 0
&& move_file(tmp_obj, output_obj, 0) == 0)
|| errno == ENOENT) {
/* we can use a quick method of getting the failed output */
copy_fd(fd, 2);
close(fd);
tmp_unlink(tmp_stderr);
exit(status);
}
}
tmp_unlink(tmp_stderr);
tmp_unlink(tmp_obj);
failed();
}
if (stat(tmp_obj, &st) != 0) {
cc_log("Compiler didn't produce an object file");
stats_update(STATS_NOOUTPUT);
failed();
}
if (st.st_size == 0) {
cc_log("Compiler produced an empty object file");
stats_update(STATS_EMPTYOUTPUT);
failed();
}
if (stat(tmp_stderr, &st) != 0) {
cc_log("Failed to stat %s: %s", tmp_stderr, strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
if (st.st_size > 0) {
if (move_uncompressed_file(
tmp_stderr, cached_stderr,
conf->compression ? conf->compression_level : 0) != 0) {
cc_log("Failed to move %s to %s: %s", tmp_stderr, cached_stderr,
strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
cc_log("Stored in cache: %s", cached_stderr);
if (conf->compression) {
stat(cached_stderr, &st);
}
added_bytes += file_size(&st);
added_files += 1;
} else {
tmp_unlink(tmp_stderr);
}
if (output_to_real_object_first) {
int ret;
if (conf->hard_link && !conf->compression) {
ret = link(tmp_obj, cached_obj);
} else {
ret = copy_file(tmp_obj, cached_obj, conf->compression);
}
if (ret != 0) {
cc_log("Failed to copy/link %s to %s: %s",
tmp_obj, cached_obj, strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
} else if (move_uncompressed_file(
tmp_obj, cached_obj,
conf->compression ? conf->compression_level : 0) != 0) {
cc_log("Failed to move %s to %s: %s", tmp_obj, cached_obj, strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
cc_log("Stored in cache: %s", cached_obj);
stat(cached_obj, &st);
added_bytes += file_size(&st);
added_files += 1;
/*
* Do an extra stat on the potentially compressed object file for the
* size statistics.
*/
if (stat(cached_obj, &st) != 0) {
cc_log("Failed to stat %s: %s", cached_obj, strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
stats_update_size(STATS_TOCACHE, added_bytes, added_files);
/* Make sure we have a CACHEDIR.TAG
* This can be almost anywhere, but might as well do it near the end
* as if we exit early we save the stat call
*/
if (create_cachedirtag(conf->cache_dir) != 0) {
cc_log("Failed to create %s/CACHEDIR.TAG (%s)\n",
conf->cache_dir, strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
free(tmp_obj);
free(tmp_stderr);
free(tmp_stdout);
}
/*
* Find the object file name by running the compiler in preprocessor mode.
* Returns the hash as a heap-allocated hex string.
*/
static struct file_hash *
get_object_name_from_cpp(struct args *args, struct mdfour *hash)
{
char *input_base;
char *tmp;
char *path_stdout, *path_stderr;
int status;
struct file_hash *result;
/* ~/hello.c -> tmp.hello.123.i
limit the basename to 10
characters in order to cope with filesystem with small
maximum filename length limits */
input_base = basename(input_file);
tmp = strchr(input_base, '.');
if (tmp != NULL) {
*tmp = 0;
}
if (strlen(input_base) > 10) {
input_base[10] = 0;
}
/* now the run */
path_stdout = format(
"%s/%s.tmp.%s.%s",
temp_dir(), input_base, tmp_string(), conf->cpp_extension);
path_stderr = format("%s/tmp.cpp_stderr.%s", temp_dir(), tmp_string());
if (create_parent_dirs(path_stdout) != 0) {
fatal("Failed to create parent directory for %s: %s\n",
path_stdout, strerror(errno));
}
time_of_compilation = time(NULL);
if (!direct_i_file) {
/* run cpp on the input file to obtain the .i */
args_add(args, "-E");
args_add(args, input_file);
status = execute(args->argv, path_stdout, path_stderr);
args_pop(args, 2);
} else {
/* we are compiling a .i or .ii file - that means we
can skip the cpp stage and directly form the
correct i_tmpfile */
path_stdout = input_file;
if (create_empty_file(path_stderr) != 0) {
cc_log("Failed to create %s: %s", path_stderr, strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
status = 0;
}
if (status != 0) {
if (!direct_i_file) {
tmp_unlink(path_stdout);
}
tmp_unlink(path_stderr);
cc_log("Preprocessor gave exit status %d", status);
stats_update(STATS_PREPROCESSOR);
failed();
}
if (conf->unify) {
/*
* When we are doing the unifying tricks we need to include the
* input file name in the hash to get the warnings right.
*/
hash_delimiter(hash, "unifyfilename");
hash_string(hash, input_file);
hash_delimiter(hash, "unifycpp");
if (unify_hash(hash, path_stdout) != 0) {
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
tmp_unlink(path_stderr);
cc_log("Failed to unify %s", path_stdout);
failed();
}
} else {
hash_delimiter(hash, "cpp");
if (!process_preprocessed_file(hash, path_stdout)) {
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
tmp_unlink(path_stderr);
failed();
}
}
hash_delimiter(hash, "cppstderr");
if (!hash_file(hash, path_stderr)) {
fatal("Failed to open %s: %s", path_stderr, strerror(errno));
}
i_tmpfile = path_stdout;
if (conf->run_second_cpp) {
tmp_unlink(path_stderr);
free(path_stderr);
} else {
/*
* If we are using the CPP trick, we need to remember this
* stderr data and output it just before the main stderr from
* the compiler pass.
*/
cpp_stderr = path_stderr;
}
result = x_malloc(sizeof(*result));
hash_result_as_bytes(hash, result->hash);
result->size = hash->totalN;
return result;
}
static void
update_cached_result_globals(struct file_hash *hash)
{
char *object_name;
object_name = format_hash_as_string(hash->hash, hash->size);
cached_obj_hash = hash;
cached_obj = get_path_in_cache(object_name, ".o");
cached_stderr = get_path_in_cache(object_name, ".stderr");
cached_dep = get_path_in_cache(object_name, ".d");
stats_file = format("%s/%c/stats", conf->cache_dir, object_name[0]);
free(object_name);
}
/*
* Hash mtime or content of a file, or the output of a command, according to
* the CCACHE_COMPILERCHECK setting.
*/
static void
hash_compiler(struct mdfour *hash, struct stat *st, const char *path,
bool allow_command)
{
if (str_eq(conf->compiler_check, "none")) {
/* Do nothing. */
} else if (str_eq(conf->compiler_check, "mtime")) {
hash_delimiter(hash, "cc_mtime");
hash_int(hash, st->st_size);
hash_int(hash, st->st_mtime);
} else if (str_eq(conf->compiler_check, "content") || !allow_command) {
hash_delimiter(hash, "cc_content");
hash_file(hash, path);
} else { /* command string */
if (!hash_multicommand_output(
hash, conf->compiler_check, orig_args->argv[0])) {
fatal("Failure running compiler check command: %s", conf->compiler_check);
}
}
}
/*
* Update a hash sum with information common for the direct and preprocessor
* modes.
*/
static void
calculate_common_hash(struct args *args, struct mdfour *hash)
{
struct stat st;
char *p;
hash_string(hash, HASH_PREFIX);
/*
* We have to hash the extension, as a .i file isn't treated the same
* by the compiler as a .ii file.
*/
hash_delimiter(hash, "ext");
hash_string(hash, conf->cpp_extension);
if (stat(args->argv[0], &st) != 0) {
cc_log("Couldn't stat compiler %s: %s", args->argv[0], strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_COMPILER);
failed();
}
/*
* Hash information about the compiler.
*/
hash_compiler(hash, &st, args->argv[0], true);
/*
* Also hash the compiler name as some compilers use hard links and
* behave differently depending on the real name.
*/
hash_delimiter(hash, "cc_name");
p = basename(args->argv[0]);
hash_string(hash, p);
free(p);
/* Possibly hash the current working directory. */
if (conf->hash_dir) {
char *cwd = gnu_getcwd();
if (cwd) {
hash_delimiter(hash, "cwd");
hash_string(hash, cwd);
free(cwd);
}
}
if (!str_eq(conf->extra_files_to_hash, "")) {
char *path, *p, *q, *saveptr = NULL;
p = x_strdup(conf->extra_files_to_hash);
q = p;
while ((path = strtok_r(q, PATH_DELIM, &saveptr))) {
cc_log("Hashing extra file %s", path);
hash_delimiter(hash, "extrafile");
if (!hash_file(hash, path)) {
stats_update(STATS_BADEXTRAFILE);
failed();
}
q = NULL;
}
free(p);
}
}
/*
* Update a hash sum with information specific to the direct and preprocessor
* modes and calculate the object hash. Returns the object hash on success,
* otherwise NULL. Caller frees.
*/
static struct file_hash *
calculate_object_hash(struct args *args, struct mdfour *hash, int direct_mode)
{
int i;
char *manifest_name;
struct stat st;
int result;
struct file_hash *object_hash = NULL;
char *p;
/* first the arguments */
for (i = 1; i < args->argc; i++) {
/* -L doesn't affect compilation. */
if (i < args->argc-1 && str_eq(args->argv[i], "-L")) {
i++;
continue;
}
if (str_startswith(args->argv[i], "-L")) {
continue;
}
/* When using the preprocessor, some arguments don't contribute
to the hash. The theory is that these arguments will change
the output of -E if they are going to have any effect at
all. For precompiled headers this might not be the case. */
if (!direct_mode && !output_is_precompiled_header
&& !using_precompiled_header) {
if (compopt_affects_cpp(args->argv[i])) {
i++;
continue;
}
if (compopt_short(compopt_affects_cpp, args->argv[i])) {
continue;
}
}
p = NULL;
if (str_startswith(args->argv[i], "-specs=")) {
p = args->argv[i] + 7;
} else if (str_startswith(args->argv[i], "--specs=")) {
p = args->argv[i] + 8;
}
if (p && stat(p, &st) == 0) {
/* If given an explicit specs file, then hash that file,
but don't include the path to it in the hash. */
hash_delimiter(hash, "specs");
hash_compiler(hash, &st, p, false);
continue;
}
if (str_startswith(args->argv[i], "-fplugin=")
&& stat(args->argv[i] + 9, &st) == 0) {
hash_delimiter(hash, "plugin");
hash_compiler(hash, &st, args->argv[i] + 9, false);
continue;
}
/* All other arguments are included in the hash. */
hash_delimiter(hash, "arg");
hash_string(hash, args->argv[i]);
}
/*
* For profile generation (-fprofile-arcs, -fprofile-generate):
* - hash profile directory
* - output to the real file first
*
* For profile usage (-fprofile-use):
* - hash profile data
*
* -fbranch-probabilities and -fvpt usage is covered by
* -fprofile-generate/-fprofile-use.
*
* The profile directory can be specified as an argument to
* -fprofile-generate=, -fprofile-use=, or -fprofile-dir=.
*/
/*
* We need to output to the real object first here, otherwise runtime
* artifacts will be produced in the wrong place.
*/
if (profile_generate) {
output_to_real_object_first = true;
if (!profile_dir) {
profile_dir = get_cwd();
}
cc_log("Adding profile directory %s to our hash", profile_dir);
hash_delimiter(hash, "-fprofile-dir");
hash_string(hash, profile_dir);
}
if (profile_use) {
/* Calculate gcda name */
char *gcda_name;
char *base_name;
output_to_real_object_first = true;
base_name = remove_extension(output_obj);
if (!profile_dir) {
profile_dir = get_cwd();
}
gcda_name = format("%s/%s.gcda", profile_dir, base_name);
cc_log("Adding profile data %s to our hash", gcda_name);
/* Add the gcda to our hash */
hash_delimiter(hash, "-fprofile-use");
hash_file(hash, gcda_name);
free(base_name);
free(gcda_name);
}
if (direct_mode) {
/* Hash environment variables that affect the preprocessor output. */
const char **p;
const char *envvars[] = {
"CPATH",
"C_INCLUDE_PATH",
"CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH",
"OBJC_INCLUDE_PATH",
"OBJCPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH", /* clang */
NULL
};
for (p = envvars; *p != NULL ; ++p) {
char *v = getenv(*p);
if (v) {
hash_delimiter(hash, *p);
hash_string(hash, v);
}
}
if (!(conf->sloppiness & SLOPPY_FILE_MACRO)) {
/*
* The source code file or an include file may contain
* __FILE__, so make sure that the hash is unique for
* the file name.
*/
hash_delimiter(hash, "inputfile");
hash_string(hash, input_file);
}
hash_delimiter(hash, "sourcecode");
result = hash_source_code_file(conf, hash, input_file);
if (result & HASH_SOURCE_CODE_ERROR) {
failed();
}
if (result & HASH_SOURCE_CODE_FOUND_TIME) {
cc_log("Disabling direct mode");
conf->direct_mode = false;
return NULL;
}
manifest_name = hash_result(hash);
manifest_path = get_path_in_cache(manifest_name, ".manifest");
free(manifest_name);
cc_log("Looking for object file hash in %s", manifest_path);
object_hash = manifest_get(conf, manifest_path);
if (object_hash) {
cc_log("Got object file hash from manifest");
} else {
cc_log("Did not find object file hash in manifest");
}
} else {
object_hash = get_object_name_from_cpp(args, hash);
cc_log("Got object file hash from preprocessor");
if (generating_dependencies) {
cc_log("Preprocessor created %s", output_dep);
}
}
return object_hash;
}
/*
* Try to return the compile result from cache. If we can return from cache
* then this function exits with the correct status code, otherwise it returns.
*/
static void
from_cache(enum fromcache_call_mode mode, bool put_object_in_manifest)
{
int fd_stderr;
int ret;
struct stat st;
bool produce_dep_file;
/* the user might be disabling cache hits */
if (mode != FROMCACHE_COMPILED_MODE && conf->recache) {
return;
}
/* Check if the object file is there. */
if (stat(cached_obj, &st) != 0) {
cc_log("Object file %s not in cache", cached_obj);
return;
}
/*
* (If mode != FROMCACHE_DIRECT_MODE, the dependency file is created by
* gcc.)
*/
produce_dep_file = generating_dependencies && mode == FROMCACHE_DIRECT_MODE;
/* If the dependency file should be in the cache, check that it is. */
if (produce_dep_file && stat(cached_dep, &st) != 0) {
cc_log("Dependency file %s missing in cache", cached_dep);
return;
}
if (str_eq(output_obj, "/dev/null")) {
ret = 0;
} else {
x_unlink(output_obj);
/* only make a hardlink if the cache file is uncompressed */
if (conf->hard_link && !file_is_compressed(cached_obj)) {
ret = link(cached_obj, output_obj);
} else {
ret = copy_file(cached_obj, output_obj, 0);
}
}
if (ret == -1) {
if (errno == ENOENT) {
/* Someone removed the file just before we began copying? */
cc_log("Object file %s just disappeared from cache", cached_obj);
stats_update(STATS_MISSING);
} else {
cc_log("Failed to copy/link %s to %s: %s",
cached_obj, output_obj, strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
x_unlink(output_obj);
x_unlink(cached_stderr);
x_unlink(cached_obj);
x_unlink(cached_dep);
return;
} else {
cc_log("Created %s from %s", output_obj, cached_obj);
}
if (produce_dep_file) {
x_unlink(output_dep);
/* only make a hardlink if the cache file is uncompressed */
if (conf->hard_link && !file_is_compressed(cached_dep)) {
ret = link(cached_dep, output_dep);
} else {
ret = copy_file(cached_dep, output_dep, 0);
}
if (ret == -1) {
if (errno == ENOENT) {
/*
* Someone removed the file just before we
* began copying?
*/
cc_log("Dependency file %s just disappeared from cache", output_obj);
stats_update(STATS_MISSING);
} else {
cc_log("Failed to copy/link %s to %s: %s",
cached_dep, output_dep, strerror(errno));
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
x_unlink(output_obj);
x_unlink(output_dep);
x_unlink(cached_stderr);
x_unlink(cached_obj);
x_unlink(cached_dep);
return;
} else {
cc_log("Created %s from %s", output_dep, cached_dep);
}
}
/* Update modification timestamps to save files from LRU cleanup.
Also gives files a sensible mtime when hard-linking. */
update_mtime(cached_obj);
update_mtime(cached_stderr);
if (produce_dep_file) {
update_mtime(cached_dep);
}
if (generating_dependencies && mode != FROMCACHE_DIRECT_MODE) {
/* Store the dependency file in the cache. */
ret = copy_file(output_dep, cached_dep, conf->compression);
if (ret == -1) {
cc_log("Failed to copy %s to %s: %s", output_dep, cached_dep,
strerror(errno));
/* Continue despite the error. */
} else {
cc_log("Stored in cache: %s", cached_dep);
stat(cached_dep, &st);
stats_update_size(STATS_NONE, file_size(&st), 1);
}
}
/* Send the stderr, if any. */
fd_stderr = open(cached_stderr, O_RDONLY | O_BINARY);
if (fd_stderr != -1) {
copy_fd(fd_stderr, 2);
close(fd_stderr);
}
/* Create or update the manifest file. */
if (conf->direct_mode
&& put_object_in_manifest
&& included_files
&& !conf->read_only) {
struct stat st;
size_t old_size = 0; /* in bytes */
if (stat(manifest_path, &st) == 0) {
old_size = file_size(&st);
}
if (manifest_put(manifest_path, cached_obj_hash, included_files)) {
cc_log("Added object file hash to %s", manifest_path);
update_mtime(manifest_path);
stat(manifest_path, &st);
stats_update_size(STATS_NONE,
(file_size(&st) - old_size),
old_size == 0 ? 1 : 0);
} else {
cc_log("Failed to add object file hash to %s", manifest_path);
}
}
/* log the cache hit */
switch (mode) {
case FROMCACHE_DIRECT_MODE:
cc_log("Succeded getting cached result");
stats_update(STATS_CACHEHIT_DIR);
break;
case FROMCACHE_CPP_MODE:
cc_log("Succeded getting cached result");
stats_update(STATS_CACHEHIT_CPP);
break;
case FROMCACHE_COMPILED_MODE:
/* Stats already updated in to_cache(). */
break;
}
/* and exit with the right status code */
exit(0);
}
/* find the real compiler. We just search the PATH to find a executable of the
same name that isn't a link to ourselves */
static void
find_compiler(void)
{
char *base;
char *compiler;
const char *orig_first_argument = orig_args->argv[0];
base = basename(orig_args->argv[0]);
/* we might be being invoked like "ccache gcc -c foo.c" */
if (same_executable_name(base, MYNAME)) {
args_remove_first(orig_args);
free(base);
if (is_full_path(orig_args->argv[0])) {
/* a full path was given */
return;
}
base = basename(orig_args->argv[0]);
}
/* support user override of the compiler */
if (!str_eq(conf->compiler, "")) {
base = conf->compiler;
}
compiler = find_executable(base, MYNAME);
/* can't find the compiler! */
if (!compiler) {
stats_update(STATS_COMPILER);
fatal("Could not find compiler \"%s\" in PATH", base);
}
if (str_eq(compiler, orig_first_argument)) {
fatal("Recursive invocation (the name of the ccache binary must be \"%s\")",
MYNAME);
}
orig_args->argv[0] = compiler;
}
bool
is_precompiled_header(const char *path)
{
return str_eq(get_extension(path), ".gch");
}
/*
* Process the compiler options into options suitable for passing to the
* preprocessor and the real compiler. The preprocessor options don't include
* -E; this is added later. Returns true on success, otherwise false.
*/
bool
cc_process_args(struct args *orig_args, struct args **preprocessor_args,
struct args **compiler_args)
{
int i;
bool found_c_opt = false;
bool found_S_opt = false;
bool found_arch_opt = false;
bool found_pch = false;
bool found_fpch_preprocess = false;
const char *explicit_language = NULL; /* As specified with -x. */
const char *file_language; /* As deduced from file extension. */
const char *actual_language; /* Language to actually use. */
const char *input_charset = NULL;
struct stat st;
/* is the dependency makefile name overridden with -MF? */
bool dependency_filename_specified = false;
/* is the dependency makefile target name specified with -MT or -MQ? */
bool dependency_target_specified = false;
struct args *stripped_args = NULL, *dep_args = NULL;
int argc = orig_args->argc;
char **argv = orig_args->argv;
bool result = true;
stripped_args = args_init(0, NULL);
dep_args = args_init(0, NULL);
args_add(stripped_args, argv[0]);
for (i = 1; i < argc; i++) {
/* The user knows best: just swallow the next arg */
if (str_eq(argv[i], "--ccache-skip")) {
i++;
if (i == argc) {
cc_log("--ccache-skip lacks an argument");
result = false;
goto out;
}
args_add(stripped_args, argv[i]);
continue;
}
/* Special case for -E. */
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-E")) {
stats_update(STATS_PREPROCESSING);
result = false;
goto out;
}
/* These are always too hard. */
if (compopt_too_hard(argv[i])
|| str_startswith(argv[i], "@")
|| str_startswith(argv[i], "-fdump-")) {
cc_log("Compiler option %s is unsupported", argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_UNSUPPORTED);
result = false;
goto out;
}
/* These are too hard in direct mode. */
if (conf->direct_mode) {
if (compopt_too_hard_for_direct_mode(argv[i])) {
cc_log("Unsupported compiler option for direct mode: %s", argv[i]);
conf->direct_mode = false;
}
}
/* Multiple -arch options are too hard. */
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-arch")) {
if (found_arch_opt) {
cc_log("More than one -arch compiler option is unsupported");
stats_update(STATS_UNSUPPORTED);
result = false;
goto out;
} else {
found_arch_opt = true;
}
}
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-fpch-preprocess")) {
found_fpch_preprocess = true;
}
/* we must have -c */
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-c")) {
found_c_opt = true;
continue;
}
/* -S changes the default extension */
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-S")) {
args_add(stripped_args, argv[i]);
found_S_opt = true;
continue;
}
/*
* Special handling for -x: remember the last specified language before the
* input file and strip all -x options from the arguments.
*/
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-x")) {
if (i == argc-1) {
cc_log("Missing argument to %s", argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_ARGS);
result = false;
goto out;
}
if (!input_file) {
explicit_language = argv[i+1];
}
i++;
continue;
}
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-x")) {
if (!input_file) {
explicit_language = &argv[i][2];
}
continue;
}
/* we need to work out where the output was meant to go */
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-o")) {
if (i == argc-1) {
cc_log("Missing argument to %s", argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_ARGS);
result = false;
goto out;
}
output_obj = x_strdup(argv[i+1]);
i++;
continue;
}
/* alternate form of -o, with no space */
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-o")) {
output_obj = x_strdup(&argv[i][2]);
continue;
}
/* debugging is handled specially, so that we know if we
can strip line number info
*/
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-g")) {
args_add(stripped_args, argv[i]);
if (conf->unify && !str_eq(argv[i], "-g0")) {
cc_log("%s used; disabling unify mode", argv[i]);
conf->unify = false;
}
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-g3")) {
/*
* Fix for bug 7190 ("commandline macros (-D)
* have non-zero lineno when using -g3").
*/
cc_log("%s used; not compiling preprocessed code", argv[i]);
conf->run_second_cpp = true;
}
continue;
}
/* These options require special handling, because they
behave differently with gcc -E, when the output
file is not specified. */
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-MD") || str_eq(argv[i], "-MMD")) {
generating_dependencies = true;
args_add(dep_args, argv[i]);
continue;
}
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-MF")) {
char *arg;
dependency_filename_specified = true;
free(output_dep);
args_add(dep_args, argv[i]);
if (strlen(argv[i]) == 3) {
/* -MF arg */
if (i >= argc - 1) {
cc_log("Missing argument to %s", argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_ARGS);
result = false;
goto out;
}
arg = argv[i + 1];
args_add(dep_args, argv[i + 1]);
i++;
} else {
/* -MFarg */
arg = &argv[i][3];
}
output_dep = make_relative_path(x_strdup(arg));
continue;
}
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-MQ") || str_startswith(argv[i], "-MT")) {
dependency_target_specified = true;
args_add(dep_args, argv[i]);
if (strlen(argv[i]) == 3) {
/* -MQ arg or -MT arg */
if (i >= argc - 1) {
cc_log("Missing argument to %s", argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_ARGS);
result = false;
goto out;
}
args_add(dep_args, argv[i + 1]);
i++;
}
continue;
}
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "--sysroot=")) {
char *relpath = make_relative_path(x_strdup(argv[i] + 10));
char *option = format("--sysroot=%s", relpath);
args_add(stripped_args, option);
free(relpath);
free(option);
continue;
}
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-Wp,")) {
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-Wp,-MD,") && !strchr(argv[i] + 8, ',')) {
generating_dependencies = true;
dependency_filename_specified = true;
free(output_dep);
output_dep = make_relative_path(x_strdup(argv[i] + 8));
args_add(dep_args, argv[i]);
continue;
} else if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-Wp,-MMD,")
&& !strchr(argv[i] + 9, ',')) {
generating_dependencies = true;
dependency_filename_specified = true;
free(output_dep);
output_dep = make_relative_path(x_strdup(argv[i] + 9));
args_add(dep_args, argv[i]);
continue;
} else if (conf->direct_mode) {
/*
* -Wp, can be used to pass too hard options to
* the preprocessor. Hence, disable direct
* mode.
*/
cc_log("Unsupported compiler option for direct mode: %s", argv[i]);
conf->direct_mode = false;
}
}
if (str_eq(argv[i], "-MP")) {
args_add(dep_args, argv[i]);
continue;
}
/* Input charset needs to be handled specially. */
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-finput-charset=")) {
input_charset = argv[i];
continue;
}
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-fprofile-")) {
const char* arg_profile_dir = strchr(argv[i], '=');
char* arg = x_strdup(argv[i]);
bool supported_profile_option = false;
if (arg_profile_dir) {
char* option = x_strndup(argv[i], arg_profile_dir - argv[i]);
char *dir;
/* Convert to absolute path. */
dir = x_realpath(arg_profile_dir + 1);
if (!dir) {
/* Directory doesn't exist. */
dir = x_strdup(arg_profile_dir + 1);
}
/* We can get a better hit rate by using the real path here. */
free(arg);
arg = format("%s=%s", option, dir);
cc_log("Rewriting %s to %s", argv[i], arg);
free(option);
free(dir);
}
if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-fprofile-generate")
|| str_eq(argv[i], "-fprofile-arcs")) {
profile_generate = true;
supported_profile_option = true;
} else if (str_startswith(argv[i], "-fprofile-use")
|| str_eq(argv[i], "-fbranch-probabilities")) {
profile_use = true;
supported_profile_option = true;
} else if (str_eq(argv[i], "-fprofile-dir")) {
supported_profile_option = true;
}
if (supported_profile_option) {
args_add(stripped_args, arg);
free(arg);
/*
* If the profile directory has already been set, give up... Hard to
* know what the user means, and what the compiler will do.
*/
if (arg_profile_dir && profile_dir) {
cc_log("Profile directory already set; giving up");
result = false;
goto out;
} else if (arg_profile_dir) {
cc_log("Setting profile directory to %s", profile_dir);
profile_dir = x_strdup(arg_profile_dir);
}
continue;
}
cc_log("Unknown profile option: %s", argv[i]);
free(arg);
}
/*
* Options taking an argument that that we may want to rewrite
* to relative paths to get better hit rate. A secondary effect
* is that paths in the standard error output produced by the
* compiler will be normalized.
*/
if (compopt_takes_path(argv[i])) {
char *relpath;
char *pchpath;
if (i == argc-1) {
cc_log("Missing argument to %s", argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_ARGS);
result = false;
goto out;
}
args_add(stripped_args, argv[i]);
relpath = make_relative_path(x_strdup(argv[i+1]));
args_add(stripped_args, relpath);
/* Try to be smart about detecting precompiled headers */
pchpath = format("%s.gch", argv[i+1]);
if (stat(pchpath, &st) == 0) {
cc_log("Detected use of precompiled header: %s", pchpath);
found_pch = true;
}
free(pchpath);
free(relpath);
i++;
continue;
}
/* Same as above but options with concatenated argument. */
if (compopt_short(compopt_takes_path, argv[i])) {
char *relpath;
char *option;
relpath = make_relative_path(x_strdup(argv[i] + 2));
option = format("-%c%s", argv[i][1], relpath);
args_add(stripped_args, option);
free(relpath);
free(option);
continue;
}
/* options that take an argument */
if (compopt_takes_arg(argv[i])) {
if (i == argc-1) {
cc_log("Missing argument to %s", argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_ARGS);
result = false;
goto out;
}
args_add(stripped_args, argv[i]);
args_add(stripped_args, argv[i+1]);
i++;
continue;
}
/* other options */
if (argv[i][0] == '-') {
args_add(stripped_args, argv[i]);
continue;
}
/* if an argument isn't a plain file then assume its
an option, not an input file. This allows us to
cope better with unusual compiler options */
if (stat(argv[i], &st) != 0 || !S_ISREG(st.st_mode)) {
cc_log("%s is not a regular file, not considering as input file",
argv[i]);
args_add(stripped_args, argv[i]);
continue;
}
if (input_file) {
if (language_for_file(argv[i])) {
cc_log("Multiple input files: %s and %s", input_file, argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_MULTIPLE);
} else if (!found_c_opt) {
cc_log("Called for link with %s", argv[i]);
if (strstr(argv[i], "conftest.")) {
stats_update(STATS_CONFTEST);
} else {
stats_update(STATS_LINK);
}
} else {
cc_log("Unsupported source extension: %s", argv[i]);
stats_update(STATS_SOURCELANG);
}
result = false;
goto out;
}
/* Rewrite to relative to increase hit rate. */
input_file = make_relative_path(x_strdup(argv[i]));
}
if (!input_file) {
cc_log("No input file found");
stats_update(STATS_NOINPUT);
result = false;
goto out;
}
if (found_pch || found_fpch_preprocess) {
using_precompiled_header = true;
if (!(conf->sloppiness & SLOPPY_TIME_MACROS)) {
cc_log("You have to specify \"time_macros\" sloppiness when using"
" precompiled headers to get direct hits");
cc_log("Disabling direct mode");
stats_update(STATS_CANTUSEPCH);
result = false;
goto out;
}
}
if (explicit_language && str_eq(explicit_language, "none")) {
explicit_language = NULL;
}
file_language = language_for_file(input_file);
if (explicit_language) {
if (!language_is_supported(explicit_language)) {
cc_log("Unsupported language: %s", explicit_language);
stats_update(STATS_SOURCELANG);
result = false;
goto out;
}
actual_language = explicit_language;
} else {
actual_language = file_language;
}
output_is_precompiled_header =
actual_language && strstr(actual_language, "-header") != NULL;
if (!found_c_opt) {
if (output_is_precompiled_header) {
args_add(stripped_args, "-c");
} else {
cc_log("No -c option found");
/* I find that having a separate statistic for autoconf tests is useful,
as they are the dominant form of "called for link" in many cases */
if (strstr(input_file, "conftest.")) {
stats_update(STATS_CONFTEST);
} else {
stats_update(STATS_LINK);
}
result = false;
goto out;
}
}
if (!actual_language) {
cc_log("Unsupported source extension: %s", input_file);
stats_update(STATS_SOURCELANG);
result = false;
goto out;
}
direct_i_file = language_is_preprocessed(actual_language);
if (output_is_precompiled_header) {
/* It doesn't work to create the .gch from preprocessed source. */
cc_log("Creating precompiled header; not compiling preprocessed code");
conf->run_second_cpp = true;
}
if (str_eq(conf->cpp_extension, "")) {
const char *p_language = p_language_for_language(actual_language);
free(conf->cpp_extension);
conf->cpp_extension = x_strdup(extension_for_language(p_language) + 1);
}
/* don't try to second guess the compilers heuristics for stdout handling */
if (output_obj && str_eq(output_obj, "-")) {
stats_update(STATS_OUTSTDOUT);
cc_log("Output file is -");
result = false;
goto out;
}
if (!output_obj) {
if (output_is_precompiled_header) {
output_obj = format("%s.gch", input_file);
} else {
char *p;
output_obj = basename(input_file);
p = strrchr(output_obj, '.');
if (!p || !p[1]) {
cc_log("Badly formed object filename");
stats_update(STATS_ARGS);
result = false;
goto out;
}
p[1] = found_S_opt ? 's' : 'o';
p[2] = 0;
}
}
/* cope with -o /dev/null */
if (!str_eq(output_obj,"/dev/null")
&& stat(output_obj, &st) == 0
&& !S_ISREG(st.st_mode)) {
cc_log("Not a regular file: %s", output_obj);
stats_update(STATS_DEVICE);
result = false;
goto out;
}
/*
* Some options shouldn't be passed to the real compiler when it compiles
* preprocessed code:
*
* -finput-charset=XXX (otherwise conversion happens twice)
* -x XXX (otherwise the wrong language is selected)
*/
*preprocessor_args = args_copy(stripped_args);
if (input_charset) {
args_add(*preprocessor_args, input_charset);
}
if (found_pch) {
args_add(*preprocessor_args, "-fpch-preprocess");
}
if (explicit_language) {
args_add(*preprocessor_args, "-x");
args_add(*preprocessor_args, explicit_language);
}
/*
* Add flags for dependency generation only to the preprocessor command line.
*/
if (generating_dependencies) {
if (!dependency_filename_specified) {
char *default_depfile_name;
char *base_name;
base_name = remove_extension(output_obj);
default_depfile_name = format("%s.d", base_name);
free(base_name);
args_add(dep_args, "-MF");
args_add(dep_args, default_depfile_name);
output_dep = make_relative_path(x_strdup(default_depfile_name));
}
if (!dependency_target_specified) {
args_add(dep_args, "-MQ");
args_add(dep_args, output_obj);
}
}
if (conf->run_second_cpp) {
*compiler_args = args_copy(*preprocessor_args);
} else {
*compiler_args = args_copy(stripped_args);
if (explicit_language) {
/*
* Workaround for a bug in Apple's patched distcc -- it doesn't properly
* reset the language specified with -x, so if -x is given, we have to
* specify the preprocessed language explicitly.
*/
args_add(*compiler_args, "-x");
args_add(*compiler_args, p_language_for_language(explicit_language));
}
}
if (found_c_opt) {
args_add(*compiler_args, "-c");
}
/*
* Only pass dependency arguments to the preprocesor since Intel's C++
* compiler doesn't produce a correct .d file when compiling preprocessed
* source.
*/
args_extend(*preprocessor_args, dep_args);
out:
args_free(stripped_args);
args_free(dep_args);
return result;
}
static void
create_initial_config_file(struct conf *conf, const char *path)
{
unsigned max_files;
uint64_t max_size;
char *stats_dir;
FILE *f;
struct stat st;
if (create_parent_dirs(path) != 0) {
return;
}
stats_dir = format("%s/0", conf->cache_dir);
if (stat(stats_dir, &st) == 0) {
stats_get_obsolete_limits(stats_dir, &max_files, &max_size);
/* STATS_MAXFILES and STATS_MAXSIZE was stored for each top directory. */
max_files *= 16;
max_size *= 16;
} else {
max_files = 0;
max_size = conf->max_size;
}
free(stats_dir);
f = fopen(path, "w");
if (!f) {
return;
}
if (max_files != 0) {
fprintf(f, "max_files = %u\n", max_files);
conf->max_files = max_files;
}
if (max_size != 0) {
char *size = format_parsable_size_with_suffix(max_size);
fprintf(f, "max_size = %s\n", size);
free(size);
conf->max_size = max_size;
}
fclose(f);
}
/*
* Read config file(s), populate variables, create configuration file in cache
* directory if missing, etc.
*/
static void
initialize(void)
{
char *errmsg;
char *p;
struct stat st;
bool should_create_initial_config = false;
conf_free(conf);
conf = conf_create();
p = getenv("CCACHE_CONFIGPATH");
if (p) {
primary_config_path = x_strdup(p);
} else {
secondary_config_path = format("%s/ccache.conf", TO_STRING(SYSCONFDIR));
if (!conf_read(conf, secondary_config_path, &errmsg)) {
if (stat(secondary_config_path, &st) == 0) {
fatal("%s", errmsg);
}
/* Missing config file in SYSCONFDIR is OK. */
}
if ((p = getenv("CCACHE_DIR"))) {
free(conf->cache_dir);
conf->cache_dir = strdup(p);
}
primary_config_path = format("%s/ccache.conf", conf->cache_dir);
}
if (!conf_read(conf, primary_config_path, &errmsg)) {
if (stat(primary_config_path, &st) == 0) {
fatal("%s", errmsg);
}
should_create_initial_config = true;
}
if (!conf_update_from_environment(conf, &errmsg)) {
fatal("%s", errmsg);
}
if (should_create_initial_config) {
create_initial_config_file(conf, primary_config_path);
}
exitfn_init();
exitfn_add_nullary(stats_flush);
exitfn_add_nullary(clean_up_tmp_files);
cc_log("=== CCACHE STARTED =========================================");
if (conf->umask != UINT_MAX) {
umask(conf->umask);
}
current_working_dir = get_cwd();
}
/* Reset the global state. Used by the test suite. */
void
cc_reset(void)
{
conf_free(conf); conf = NULL;
free(primary_config_path); primary_config_path = NULL;
free(secondary_config_path); secondary_config_path = NULL;
free(current_working_dir); current_working_dir = NULL;
free(profile_dir); profile_dir = NULL;
args_free(orig_args); orig_args = NULL;
free(input_file); input_file = NULL;
free(output_obj); output_obj = NULL;
free(output_dep); output_dep = NULL;
free(cached_obj_hash); cached_obj_hash = NULL;
free(cached_obj); cached_obj = NULL;
free(cached_stderr); cached_stderr = NULL;
free(cached_dep); cached_dep = NULL;
free(manifest_path); manifest_path = NULL;
time_of_compilation = 0;
if (included_files) {
hashtable_destroy(included_files, 1); included_files = NULL;
}
generating_dependencies = false;
i_tmpfile = NULL;
direct_i_file = false;
free(cpp_stderr); cpp_stderr = NULL;
free(stats_file); stats_file = NULL;
output_is_precompiled_header = false;
initialize();
}
/* Make a copy of stderr that will not be cached, so things like
distcc can send networking errors to it. */
static void
setup_uncached_err(void)
{
char *buf;
int uncached_fd;
uncached_fd = dup(2);
if (uncached_fd == -1) {
cc_log("dup(2) failed: %s", strerror(errno));
failed();
}
/* leak a pointer to the environment */
buf = format("UNCACHED_ERR_FD=%d", uncached_fd);
if (putenv(buf) == -1) {
cc_log("putenv failed: %s", strerror(errno));
failed();
}
}
static void
configuration_logger(const char *descr, const char *origin, void *context)
{
(void)context;
cc_bulklog("Config: (%s) %s", origin, descr);
}
/* the main ccache driver function */
static void
ccache(int argc, char *argv[])
{
bool put_object_in_manifest = false;
struct file_hash *object_hash;
struct file_hash *object_hash_from_manifest = NULL;
struct mdfour common_hash;
struct mdfour direct_hash;
struct mdfour cpp_hash;
/* Arguments (except -E) to send to the preprocessor. */
struct args *preprocessor_args;
/* Arguments to send to the real compiler. */
struct args *compiler_args;
orig_args = args_init(argc, argv);
initialize();
find_compiler();
if (!str_eq(conf->log_file, "")) {
conf_print_items(conf, configuration_logger, NULL);
}
if (conf->disable) {
cc_log("ccache is disabled");
failed();
}
setup_uncached_err();
cc_log_argv("Command line: ", argv);
cc_log("Hostname: %s", get_hostname());
cc_log("Working directory: %s", current_working_dir);
if (conf->unify) {
cc_log("Direct mode disabled because unify mode is enabled");
conf->direct_mode = false;
}
if (!cc_process_args(orig_args, &preprocessor_args, &compiler_args)) {
failed();
}
cc_log("Source file: %s", input_file);
if (generating_dependencies) {
cc_log("Dependency file: %s", output_dep);
}
cc_log("Object file: %s", output_obj);
hash_start(&common_hash);
calculate_common_hash(preprocessor_args, &common_hash);
/* try to find the hash using the manifest */
direct_hash = common_hash;
if (conf->direct_mode) {
cc_log("Trying direct lookup");
object_hash = calculate_object_hash(preprocessor_args, &direct_hash, 1);
if (object_hash) {
update_cached_result_globals(object_hash);
/*
* If we can return from cache at this point then do
* so.
*/
from_cache(FROMCACHE_DIRECT_MODE, 0);
/*
* Wasn't able to return from cache at this point.
* However, the object was already found in manifest,
* so don't readd it later.
*/
put_object_in_manifest = false;
object_hash_from_manifest = object_hash;
} else {
/* Add object to manifest later. */
put_object_in_manifest = true;
}
}
/*
* Find the hash using the preprocessed output. Also updates
* included_files.
*/
cpp_hash = common_hash;
cc_log("Running preprocessor");
object_hash = calculate_object_hash(preprocessor_args, &cpp_hash, 0);
if (!object_hash) {
fatal("internal error: object hash from cpp returned NULL");
}
update_cached_result_globals(object_hash);
if (object_hash_from_manifest
&& !file_hashes_equal(object_hash_from_manifest, object_hash)) {
/*
* The hash from manifest differs from the hash of the
* preprocessor output. This could be because:
*
* - The preprocessor produces different output for the same
* input (not likely).
* - There's a bug in ccache (maybe incorrect handling of
* compiler arguments).
* - The user has used a different CCACHE_BASEDIR (most
* likely).
*
* The best thing here would probably be to remove the hash
* entry from the manifest. For now, we use a simpler method:
* just remove the manifest file.
*/
cc_log("Hash from manifest doesn't match preprocessor output");
cc_log("Likely reason: different CCACHE_BASEDIRs used");
cc_log("Removing manifest as a safety measure");
x_unlink(manifest_path);
put_object_in_manifest = true;
}
/* if we can return from cache at this point then do */
from_cache(FROMCACHE_CPP_MODE, put_object_in_manifest);
if (conf->read_only) {
cc_log("Read-only mode; running real compiler");
failed();
}
add_prefix(compiler_args);
/* run real compiler, sending output to cache */
to_cache(compiler_args);
/* return from cache */
from_cache(FROMCACHE_COMPILED_MODE, put_object_in_manifest);
/* oh oh! */
cc_log("Secondary from_cache failed");
stats_update(STATS_ERROR);
failed();
}
static void
configuration_printer(const char *descr, const char *origin, void *context)
{
assert(context);
fprintf(context, "(%s) %s\n", origin, descr);
}
/* the main program when not doing a compile */
static int
ccache_main_options(int argc, char *argv[])
{
int c;
char *errmsg;
enum longopts {
DUMP_MANIFEST
};
static const struct option options[] = {
{"cleanup", no_argument, 0, 'c'},
{"clear", no_argument, 0, 'C'},
{"dump-manifest", required_argument, 0, DUMP_MANIFEST},
{"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'},
{"max-files", required_argument, 0, 'F'},
{"max-size", required_argument, 0, 'M'},
{"set-config", required_argument, 0, 'o'},
{"print-config", no_argument, 0, 'p'},
{"show-stats", no_argument, 0, 's'},
{"version", no_argument, 0, 'V'},
{"zero-stats", no_argument, 0, 'z'},
{0, 0, 0, 0}
};
while ((c = getopt_long(argc, argv, "cChF:M:o:psVz", options, NULL)) != -1) {
switch (c) {
case DUMP_MANIFEST:
manifest_dump(optarg, stdout);
break;
case 'c': /* --cleanup */
initialize();
cleanup_all(conf);
printf("Cleaned cache\n");
break;
case 'C': /* --clear */
initialize();
wipe_all(conf);
printf("Cleared cache\n");
break;
case 'h': /* --help */
fputs(USAGE_TEXT, stdout);
exit(0);
case 'F': /* --max-files */
{
unsigned files;
initialize();
files = atoi(optarg);
if (conf_set_value_in_file(primary_config_path, "max_files", optarg,
&errmsg)) {
if (files == 0) {
printf("Unset cache file limit\n");
} else {
printf("Set cache file limit to %u\n", files);
}
} else {
fatal("could not set cache file limit: %s", errmsg);
}
}
break;
case 'M': /* --max-size */
{
uint64_t size;
initialize();
if (!parse_size_with_suffix(optarg, &size)) {
fatal("invalid size: %s", optarg);
}
if (conf_set_value_in_file(primary_config_path, "max_size", optarg,
&errmsg)) {
if (size == 0) {
printf("Unset cache size limit\n");
} else {
char *s = format_human_readable_size(size);
printf("Set cache size limit to %s\n", s);
free(s);
}
} else {
fatal("could not set cache size limit: %s", errmsg);
}
}
break;
case 'o': /* --set-config */
{
char *errmsg, *key, *value, *p;
initialize();
p = strchr(optarg, '=');
if (!p) {
fatal("missing equal sign in \"%s\"", optarg);
}
key = x_strndup(optarg, p - optarg);
value = p + 1;
if (!conf_set_value_in_file(primary_config_path, key, value, &errmsg)) {
fatal("%s", errmsg);
}
free(key);
}
break;
case 'p': /* --print-config */
initialize();
conf_print_items(conf, configuration_printer, stdout);
break;
case 's': /* --show-stats */
initialize();
stats_summary(conf);
break;
case 'V': /* --version */
fprintf(stdout, VERSION_TEXT, CCACHE_VERSION);
exit(0);
case 'z': /* --zero-stats */
initialize();
stats_zero();
printf("Statistics cleared\n");
break;
default:
fputs(USAGE_TEXT, stderr);
exit(1);
}
}
return 0;
}
int
ccache_main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
/* check if we are being invoked as "ccache" */
char *program_name = basename(argv[0]);
if (same_executable_name(program_name, MYNAME)) {
if (argc < 2) {
fputs(USAGE_TEXT, stderr);
exit(1);
}
/* if the first argument isn't an option, then assume we are
being passed a compiler name and options */
if (argv[1][0] == '-') {
return ccache_main_options(argc, argv);
}
}
free(program_name);
ccache(argc, argv);
return 1;
}
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