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import shutil, time, os, sys, json, tempfile, copy, shlex, atexit, subprocess, hashlib, cPickle, re, errno
from subprocess import Popen, PIPE, STDOUT
from tempfile import mkstemp
from distutils.spawn import find_executable
import jsrun, cache, tempfiles
import response_file
import logging, platform, multiprocessing
# Temp file utilities
from tempfiles import try_delete
# On Windows python suffers from a particularly nasty bug if python is spawning new processes while python itself is spawned from some other non-console process.
# Use a custom replacement for Popen on Windows to avoid the "WindowsError: [Error 6] The handle is invalid" errors when emcc is driven through cmake or mingw32-make.
# See http://bugs.python.org/issue3905
class WindowsPopen:
def __init__(self, args, bufsize=0, executable=None, stdin=None, stdout=None, stderr=None, preexec_fn=None, close_fds=False,
shell=False, cwd=None, env=None, universal_newlines=False, startupinfo=None, creationflags=0):
self.stdin = stdin
self.stdout = stdout
self.stderr = stderr
# (stdin, stdout, stderr) store what the caller originally wanted to be done with the streams.
# (stdin_, stdout_, stderr_) will store the fixed set of streams that workaround the bug.
self.stdin_ = stdin
self.stdout_ = stdout
self.stderr_ = stderr
# If the caller wants one of these PIPEd, we must PIPE them all to avoid the 'handle is invalid' bug.
if self.stdin_ == PIPE or self.stdout_ == PIPE or self.stderr_ == PIPE:
if self.stdin_ == None:
self.stdin_ = PIPE
if self.stdout_ == None:
self.stdout_ = PIPE
if self.stderr_ == None:
self.stderr_ = PIPE
# emscripten.py supports reading args from a response file instead of cmdline.
# Use .rsp to avoid cmdline length limitations on Windows.
if len(args) >= 2 and args[1].endswith("emscripten.py"):
response_filename = response_file.create_response_file(args[2:], TEMP_DIR)
args = args[0:2] + ['@' + response_filename]
try:
# Call the process with fixed streams.
self.process = subprocess.Popen(args, bufsize, executable, self.stdin_, self.stdout_, self.stderr_, preexec_fn, close_fds, shell, cwd, env, universal_newlines, startupinfo, creationflags)
self.pid = self.process.pid
except Exception, e:
logging.error('\nsubprocess.Popen(args=%s) failed! Exception %s\n' % (' '.join(args), str(e)))
raise e
def communicate(self, input=None):
output = self.process.communicate(input)
self.returncode = self.process.returncode
# If caller never wanted to PIPE stdout or stderr, route the output back to screen to avoid swallowing output.
if self.stdout == None and self.stdout_ == PIPE and len(output[0].strip()) > 0:
print >> sys.stdout, output[0]
if self.stderr == None and self.stderr_ == PIPE and len(output[1].strip()) > 0:
print >> sys.stderr, output[1]
# Return a mock object to the caller. This works as long as all emscripten code immediately .communicate()s the result, and doesn't
# leave the process object around for longer/more exotic uses.
if self.stdout == None and self.stderr == None:
return (None, None)
if self.stdout == None:
return (None, output[1])
if self.stderr == None:
return (output[0], None)
return (output[0], output[1])
def poll(self):
return self.process.poll()
def kill(self):
return self.process.kill()
__rootpath__ = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(__file__)))
def path_from_root(*pathelems):
return os.path.join(__rootpath__, *pathelems)
def add_coloring_to_emit_windows(fn):
def _out_handle(self):
import ctypes
return ctypes.windll.kernel32.GetStdHandle(self.STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE)
out_handle = property(_out_handle)
def _set_color(self, code):
import ctypes
# Constants from the Windows API
self.STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE = -11
hdl = ctypes.windll.kernel32.GetStdHandle(self.STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE)
ctypes.windll.kernel32.SetConsoleTextAttribute(hdl, code)
setattr(logging.StreamHandler, '_set_color', _set_color)
def new(*args):
FOREGROUND_BLUE = 0x0001 # text color contains blue.
FOREGROUND_GREEN = 0x0002 # text color contains green.
FOREGROUND_RED = 0x0004 # text color contains red.
FOREGROUND_INTENSITY = 0x0008 # text color is intensified.
FOREGROUND_WHITE = FOREGROUND_BLUE|FOREGROUND_GREEN |FOREGROUND_RED
# winbase.h
STD_INPUT_HANDLE = -10
STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE = -11
STD_ERROR_HANDLE = -12
# wincon.h
FOREGROUND_BLACK = 0x0000
FOREGROUND_BLUE = 0x0001
FOREGROUND_GREEN = 0x0002
FOREGROUND_CYAN = 0x0003
FOREGROUND_RED = 0x0004
FOREGROUND_MAGENTA = 0x0005
FOREGROUND_YELLOW = 0x0006
FOREGROUND_GREY = 0x0007
FOREGROUND_INTENSITY = 0x0008 # foreground color is intensified.
BACKGROUND_BLACK = 0x0000
BACKGROUND_BLUE = 0x0010
BACKGROUND_GREEN = 0x0020
BACKGROUND_CYAN = 0x0030
BACKGROUND_RED = 0x0040
BACKGROUND_MAGENTA = 0x0050
BACKGROUND_YELLOW = 0x0060
BACKGROUND_GREY = 0x0070
BACKGROUND_INTENSITY = 0x0080 # background color is intensified.
levelno = args[1].levelno
if(levelno >= 50):
color = BACKGROUND_YELLOW | FOREGROUND_RED | FOREGROUND_INTENSITY | BACKGROUND_INTENSITY
elif(levelno >= 40):
color = FOREGROUND_RED | FOREGROUND_INTENSITY
elif(levelno >= 30):
color = FOREGROUND_YELLOW | FOREGROUND_INTENSITY
elif(levelno >= 20):
color = FOREGROUND_GREEN
elif(levelno >= 10):
color = FOREGROUND_MAGENTA
else:
color = FOREGROUND_WHITE
args[0]._set_color(color)
ret = fn(*args)
args[0]._set_color( FOREGROUND_WHITE )
#print "after"
return ret
return new
def add_coloring_to_emit_ansi(fn):
# add methods we need to the class
def new(*args):
levelno = args[1].levelno
if(levelno >= 50):
color = '\x1b[31m' # red
elif(levelno >= 40):
color = '\x1b[31m' # red
elif(levelno >= 30):
color = '\x1b[33m' # yellow
elif(levelno >= 20):
color = '\x1b[32m' # green
elif(levelno >= 10):
color = '\x1b[35m' # pink
else:
color = '\x1b[0m' # normal
args[1].msg = color + args[1].msg + '\x1b[0m' # normal
#print "after"
return fn(*args)
return new
WINDOWS = sys.platform.startswith('win')
if WINDOWS:
logging.StreamHandler.emit = add_coloring_to_emit_windows(logging.StreamHandler.emit)
else:
logging.StreamHandler.emit = add_coloring_to_emit_ansi(logging.StreamHandler.emit)
# Emscripten configuration is done through the --em-config command line option or
# the EM_CONFIG environment variable. If the specified string value contains newline
# or semicolon-separated definitions, then these definitions will be used to configure
# Emscripten. Otherwise, the string is understood to be a path to a settings
# file that contains the required definitions.
try:
EM_CONFIG = sys.argv[sys.argv.index('--em-config')+1]
# And now remove it from sys.argv
skip = False
newargs = []
for arg in sys.argv:
if not skip and arg != '--em-config':
newargs += [arg]
elif arg == '--em-config':
skip = True
elif skip:
skip = False
sys.argv = newargs
# Emscripten compiler spawns other processes, which can reimport shared.py, so make sure that
# those child processes get the same configuration file by setting it to the currently active environment.
os.environ['EM_CONFIG'] = EM_CONFIG
except:
EM_CONFIG = os.environ.get('EM_CONFIG')
if EM_CONFIG and not os.path.isfile(EM_CONFIG):
if EM_CONFIG.startswith('-'):
raise Exception('Passed --em-config without an argument. Usage: --em-config /path/to/.emscripten or --em-config EMSCRIPTEN_ROOT=/path/;LLVM_ROOT=/path;...')
if not '=' in EM_CONFIG:
raise Exception('File ' + EM_CONFIG + ' passed to --em-config does not exist!')
else:
EM_CONFIG = EM_CONFIG.replace(';', '\n') + '\n'
if not EM_CONFIG:
EM_CONFIG = '~/.emscripten'
if '\n' in EM_CONFIG:
CONFIG_FILE = None
else:
CONFIG_FILE = os.path.expanduser(EM_CONFIG)
if not os.path.exists(CONFIG_FILE):
# Note: repr is used to ensure the paths are escaped correctly on Windows.
# The full string is replaced so that the template stays valid Python.
config_file = open(path_from_root('tools', 'settings_template_readonly.py')).read().split('\n')
config_file = config_file[1:] # remove "this file will be copied..."
config_file = '\n'.join(config_file)
# autodetect some default paths
config_file = config_file.replace('\'{{{ EMSCRIPTEN_ROOT }}}\'', repr(__rootpath__))
llvm_root = os.path.dirname(find_executable('llvm-dis') or '/usr/bin/llvm-dis')
config_file = config_file.replace('\'{{{ LLVM_ROOT }}}\'', repr(llvm_root))
node = find_executable('node') or find_executable('nodejs') or 'node'
config_file = config_file.replace('\'{{{ NODE }}}\'', repr(node))
if WINDOWS:
tempdir = os.environ.get('TEMP') or os.environ.get('TMP') or 'c:\\temp'
else:
tempdir = '/tmp'
config_file = config_file.replace('\'{{{ TEMP }}}\'', repr(tempdir))
# write
open(CONFIG_FILE, 'w').write(config_file)
print >> sys.stderr, '''
==============================================================================
Welcome to Emscripten!
This is the first time any of the Emscripten tools has been run.
A settings file has been copied to %s, at absolute path: %s
It contains our best guesses for the important paths, which are:
LLVM_ROOT = %s
NODE_JS = %s
EMSCRIPTEN_ROOT = %s
Please edit the file if any of those are incorrect.
This command will now exit. When you are done editing those paths, re-run it.
==============================================================================
''' % (EM_CONFIG, CONFIG_FILE, llvm_root, node, __rootpath__)
sys.exit(0)
try:
config_text = open(CONFIG_FILE, 'r').read() if CONFIG_FILE else EM_CONFIG
exec(config_text)
except Exception, e:
logging.error('Error in evaluating %s (at %s): %s, text: %s' % (EM_CONFIG, CONFIG_FILE, str(e), config_text))
sys.exit(1)
def listify(x):
if type(x) is not list: return [x]
return x
def fix_js_engine(old, new):
global JS_ENGINES
JS_ENGINES = map(lambda x: new if x == old else x, JS_ENGINES)
return new
try:
SPIDERMONKEY_ENGINE = fix_js_engine(SPIDERMONKEY_ENGINE, listify(SPIDERMONKEY_ENGINE))
except:
pass
try:
NODE_JS = fix_js_engine(NODE_JS, listify(NODE_JS))
except:
pass
try:
V8_ENGINE = fix_js_engine(V8_ENGINE, listify(V8_ENGINE))
except:
pass
COMPILER_ENGINE = listify(COMPILER_ENGINE)
JS_ENGINES = [listify(ENGINE) for ENGINE in JS_ENGINES]
try:
EM_POPEN_WORKAROUND
except:
EM_POPEN_WORKAROUND = os.environ.get('EM_POPEN_WORKAROUND')
# Install our replacement Popen handler if we are running on Windows to avoid python spawn process function.
# nb. This is by default disabled since it has the adverse effect of buffering up all logging messages, which makes
# builds look unresponsive (messages are printed only after the whole build finishes). Whether this workaround is needed
# seems to depend on how the host application that invokes emcc has set up its stdout and stderr.
if EM_POPEN_WORKAROUND and os.name == 'nt':
logging.debug('Installing Popen workaround handler to avoid bug http://bugs.python.org/issue3905')
Popen = WindowsPopen
# Expectations
EXPECTED_LLVM_VERSION = (3,5)
actual_clang_version = None
def get_clang_version():
global actual_clang_version
if actual_clang_version is None:
response = Popen([CLANG, '-v'], stderr=PIPE).communicate()[1]
m = re.search(r'[Vv]ersion\s+(\d+\.\d+)', response)
actual_clang_version = m and m.group(1)
return actual_clang_version
def check_clang_version():
expected = '.'.join(map(str, EXPECTED_LLVM_VERSION))
actual = get_clang_version()
if expected in actual:
return True
logging.warning('LLVM version appears incorrect (seeing "%s", expected "%s")' % (actual, expected))
return False
def check_llvm_version():
try:
check_clang_version()
except Exception, e:
logging.warning('Could not verify LLVM version: %s' % str(e))
# look for emscripten-version.txt files under or alongside the llvm source dir
def get_fastcomp_src_dir():
d = LLVM_ROOT
emroot = path_from_root() # already abspath
# look for version file in llvm repo, making sure not to mistake the emscripten repo for it
while d != os.path.dirname(d):
d = os.path.abspath(d)
# when the build directory lives below the source directory
if os.path.exists(os.path.join(d, 'emscripten-version.txt')) and not d == emroot:
return d
# when the build directory lives alongside the source directory
elif os.path.exists(os.path.join(d, 'src', 'emscripten-version.txt')) and not os.path.join(d, 'src') == emroot:
return os.path.join(d, 'src')
else:
d = os.path.dirname(d)
return None
def check_fastcomp():
try:
llc_version_info = Popen([LLVM_COMPILER, '--version'], stdout=PIPE).communicate()[0]
pre, targets = llc_version_info.split('Registered Targets:')
if 'js' not in targets or 'JavaScript (asm.js, emscripten) backend' not in targets:
logging.critical('fastcomp in use, but LLVM has not been built with the JavaScript backend as a target, llc reports:')
print >> sys.stderr, '==========================================================================='
print >> sys.stderr, llc_version_info,
print >> sys.stderr, '==========================================================================='
logging.critical('you can fall back to the older (pre-fastcomp) compiler core, although that is not recommended, see https://github.com/kripken/emscripten/wiki/LLVM-Backend')
return False
d = get_fastcomp_src_dir()
if d is not None:
llvm_version = open(os.path.join(d, 'emscripten-version.txt')).read().strip()
if os.path.exists(os.path.join(d, 'tools', 'clang', 'emscripten-version.txt')):
clang_version = open(os.path.join(d, 'tools', 'clang', 'emscripten-version.txt')).read().strip()
elif os.path.exists(os.path.join(d, 'tools', 'clang')):
clang_version = '?' # Looks like the LLVM compiler tree has an old checkout from the time before it contained a version.txt: Should update!
else:
clang_version = llvm_version # This LLVM compiler tree does not have a tools/clang, so it's probably an out-of-source build directory. No need for separate versioning.
if EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION != llvm_version or EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION != clang_version:
logging.error('Emscripten, llvm and clang versions do not match, this is dangerous (%s, %s, %s)', EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION, llvm_version, clang_version)
logging.error('Make sure to use the same branch in each repo, and to be up-to-date on each. See https://github.com/kripken/emscripten/wiki/LLVM-Backend')
else:
logging.warning('did not see a source tree above or next to the LLVM root directory (guessing based on directory of %s), could not verify version numbers match' % LLVM_COMPILER)
return True
except Exception, e:
logging.warning('could not check fastcomp: %s' % str(e))
return True
EXPECTED_NODE_VERSION = (0,8,0)
def check_node_version():
try:
actual = Popen(NODE_JS + ['--version'], stdout=PIPE).communicate()[0].strip()
version = tuple(map(int, actual.replace('v', '').replace('-pre', '').split('.')))
if version >= EXPECTED_NODE_VERSION:
return True
logging.warning('node version appears too old (seeing "%s", expected "%s")' % (actual, 'v' + ('.'.join(map(str, EXPECTED_NODE_VERSION)))))
return False
except Exception, e:
logging.warning('cannot check node version: %s', e)
return False
# Finds the system temp directory without resorting to using the one configured in .emscripten
def find_temp_directory():
if WINDOWS:
if os.getenv('TEMP') and os.path.isdir(os.getenv('TEMP')):
return os.getenv('TEMP')
elif os.getenv('TMP') and os.path.isdir(os.getenv('TMP')):
return os.getenv('TMP')
elif os.path.isdir('C:\\temp'):
return os.getenv('C:\\temp')
else:
return None # No luck!
else:
return '/tmp'
# Check that basic stuff we need (a JS engine to compile, Node.js, and Clang and LLVM)
# exists.
# The test runner always does this check (through |force|). emcc does this less frequently,
# only when ${EM_CONFIG}_sanity does not exist or is older than EM_CONFIG (so,
# we re-check sanity when the settings are changed)
# We also re-check sanity and clear the cache when the version changes
try:
EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION = open(path_from_root('emscripten-version.txt')).read().strip()
try:
parts = map(int, EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION.split('.'))
EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_MAJOR = parts[0]
EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_MINOR = parts[1]
EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_TINY = parts[2]
except Exception, e:
logging.warning('emscripten version ' + EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION + ' lacks standard parts')
EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_MAJOR = 0
EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_MINOR = 0
EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_TINY = 0
raise e
except Exception, e:
logging.error('cannot find emscripten version ' + str(e))
EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION = 'unknown'
def generate_sanity():
return EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION + '|' + get_llvm_target() + '|' + LLVM_ROOT + '|' + get_clang_version()
def check_sanity(force=False):
try:
if os.environ.get('EMCC_SKIP_SANITY_CHECK') == '1':
return
reason = None
if not CONFIG_FILE:
return # config stored directly in EM_CONFIG => skip sanity checks
else:
settings_mtime = os.stat(CONFIG_FILE).st_mtime
sanity_file = CONFIG_FILE + '_sanity'
if os.path.exists(sanity_file):
try:
sanity_mtime = os.stat(sanity_file).st_mtime
if sanity_mtime <= settings_mtime:
reason = 'settings file has changed'
else:
sanity_data = open(sanity_file).read()
if sanity_data != generate_sanity():
reason = 'system change: %s vs %s' % (generate_sanity(), sanity_data)
else:
if not force: return # all is well
except Exception, e:
reason = 'unknown: ' + str(e)
if reason:
logging.warning('(Emscripten: %s, clearing cache)' % reason)
Cache.erase()
force = False # the check actually failed, so definitely write out the sanity file, to avoid others later seeing failures too
# some warning, mostly not fatal checks - do them even if EM_IGNORE_SANITY is on
check_llvm_version()
check_node_version()
if os.environ.get('EMCC_FAST_COMPILER') != '0':
fastcomp_ok = check_fastcomp()
if os.environ.get('EM_IGNORE_SANITY'):
logging.info('EM_IGNORE_SANITY set, ignoring sanity checks')
return
logging.info('(Emscripten: Running sanity checks)')
if not check_engine(COMPILER_ENGINE):
logging.critical('The JavaScript shell used for compiling (%s) does not seem to work, check the paths in %s' % (COMPILER_ENGINE, EM_CONFIG))
sys.exit(1)
if NODE_JS != COMPILER_ENGINE:
if not check_engine(NODE_JS):
logging.critical('Node.js (%s) does not seem to work, check the paths in %s' % (NODE_JS, EM_CONFIG))
sys.exit(1)
for cmd in [CLANG, LINK_CMD[0], LLVM_AR, LLVM_OPT, LLVM_AS, LLVM_DIS, LLVM_NM, LLVM_INTERPRETER]:
if not os.path.exists(cmd) and not os.path.exists(cmd + '.exe'): # .exe extension required for Windows
logging.critical('Cannot find %s, check the paths in %s' % (cmd, EM_CONFIG))
sys.exit(1)
if os.environ.get('EMCC_FAST_COMPILER') != '0':
if not fastcomp_ok:
logging.critical('failing sanity checks due to previous fastcomp failure')
sys.exit(1)
try:
subprocess.call([JAVA, '-version'], stdout=PIPE, stderr=PIPE)
except:
logging.warning('java does not seem to exist, required for closure compiler, which is optional (define JAVA in ~/.emscripten if you want it)')
if not os.path.exists(CLOSURE_COMPILER):
logging.warning('Closure compiler (%s) does not exist, check the paths in %s. -O2 and above will fail' % (CLOSURE_COMPILER, EM_CONFIG))
# Sanity check passed!
if not force:
# Only create/update this file if the sanity check succeeded, i.e., we got here
f = open(sanity_file, 'w')
f.write(generate_sanity())
f.close()
except Exception, e:
# Any error here is not worth failing on
print 'WARNING: sanity check failed to run', e
# Tools/paths
try:
LLVM_ADD_VERSION
except NameError:
LLVM_ADD_VERSION = os.getenv('LLVM_ADD_VERSION')
try:
CLANG_ADD_VERSION
except NameError:
CLANG_ADD_VERSION = os.getenv('CLANG_ADD_VERSION')
USING_PNACL_TOOLCHAIN = os.path.exists(os.path.join(LLVM_ROOT, 'pnacl-clang'))
def modify_prefix(tool):
if USING_PNACL_TOOLCHAIN:
if tool.startswith('llvm-'):
tool = tool[5:]
tool = 'pnacl-' + tool
if WINDOWS:
tool += '.bat'
return tool
# Some distributions ship with multiple llvm versions so they add
# the version to the binaries, cope with that
def build_llvm_tool_path(tool):
tool = modify_prefix(tool)
if LLVM_ADD_VERSION:
return os.path.join(LLVM_ROOT, tool + "-" + LLVM_ADD_VERSION)
else:
return os.path.join(LLVM_ROOT, tool)
# Some distributions ship with multiple clang versions so they add
# the version to the binaries, cope with that
def build_clang_tool_path(tool):
tool = modify_prefix(tool)
if CLANG_ADD_VERSION:
return os.path.join(LLVM_ROOT, tool + "-" + CLANG_ADD_VERSION)
else:
return os.path.join(LLVM_ROOT, tool)
# Whenever building a native executable for OSX, we must provide the OSX SDK version we want to target.
def osx_find_native_sdk_path():
try:
sdk_root = '/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer/SDKs'
sdks = os.walk(sdk_root).next()[1]
sdk_path = os.path.join(sdk_root, sdks[0]) # Just pick first one found, we don't care which one we found.
logging.debug('Targeting OSX SDK found at ' + sdk_path)
return sdk_path
except:
logging.warning('Could not find native OSX SDK path to target!')
return None
# These extra args need to be passed to Clang when targeting a native host system executable
CACHED_CLANG_NATIVE_ARGS=None
def get_clang_native_args():
global CACHED_CLANG_NATIVE_ARGS
if CACHED_CLANG_NATIVE_ARGS is not None: return CACHED_CLANG_NATIVE_ARGS
CACHED_CLANG_NATIVE_ARGS = []
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
sdk_path = osx_find_native_sdk_path()
if sdk_path:
CACHED_CLANG_NATIVE_ARGS = ['-isysroot', osx_find_native_sdk_path()]
return CACHED_CLANG_NATIVE_ARGS
CLANG_CC=os.path.expanduser(build_clang_tool_path('clang'))
CLANG_CPP=os.path.expanduser(build_clang_tool_path('clang++'))
CLANG=CLANG_CPP
if USING_PNACL_TOOLCHAIN:
# The PNaCl toolchain doesn't have llvm-link, but we can fake it
LINK_CMD = [build_llvm_tool_path('llvm-ld'), '-nostdlib', '-r']
else:
LINK_CMD = [build_llvm_tool_path('llvm-link')]
LLVM_AR=build_llvm_tool_path('llvm-ar')
LLVM_OPT=os.path.expanduser(build_llvm_tool_path('opt'))
LLVM_AS=os.path.expanduser(build_llvm_tool_path('llvm-as'))
LLVM_DIS=os.path.expanduser(build_llvm_tool_path('llvm-dis'))
LLVM_NM=os.path.expanduser(build_llvm_tool_path('llvm-nm'))
LLVM_INTERPRETER=os.path.expanduser(build_llvm_tool_path('lli'))
LLVM_COMPILER=os.path.expanduser(build_llvm_tool_path('llc'))
EMSCRIPTEN = path_from_root('emscripten.py')
DEMANGLER = path_from_root('third_party', 'demangler.py')
NAMESPACER = path_from_root('tools', 'namespacer.py')
EMCC = path_from_root('emcc')
EMXX = path_from_root('em++')
EMAR = path_from_root('emar')
EMRANLIB = path_from_root('emranlib')
EMCONFIG = path_from_root('em-config')
EMLINK = path_from_root('emlink.py')
EMMAKEN = path_from_root('tools', 'emmaken.py')
AUTODEBUGGER = path_from_root('tools', 'autodebugger.py')
BINDINGS_GENERATOR = path_from_root('tools', 'bindings_generator.py')
EXEC_LLVM = path_from_root('tools', 'exec_llvm.py')
FILE_PACKAGER = path_from_root('tools', 'file_packager.py')
# Temp dir. Create a random one, unless EMCC_DEBUG is set, in which case use TEMP_DIR/emscripten_temp
def safe_ensure_dirs(dirname):
try:
os.makedirs(dirname)
except os.error, e:
# Ignore error for already existing dirname
if e.errno != errno.EEXIST:
raise e
# FIXME: Notice that this will result in a false positive,
# should the dirname be a file! There seems to no way to
# handle this atomically in Python 2.x.
# There is an additional option for Python 3.x, though.
# Returns a path to EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR, creating one if it didn't exist.
def get_emscripten_temp_dir():
global configuration, EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR
if not EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR:
EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR = tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix='emscripten_temp_', dir=configuration.TEMP_DIR)
def prepare_to_clean_temp(d):
def clean_temp():
try_delete(d)
atexit.register(clean_temp)
prepare_to_clean_temp(EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR) # this global var might change later
return EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR
class Configuration:
def __init__(self, environ=os.environ):
self.DEBUG = environ.get('EMCC_DEBUG')
if self.DEBUG == "0":
self.DEBUG = None
self.DEBUG_CACHE = self.DEBUG and "cache" in self.DEBUG
self.EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR = None
try:
self.TEMP_DIR = TEMP_DIR
except NameError:
self.TEMP_DIR = find_temp_directory()
if self.TEMP_DIR == None:
logging.critical('TEMP_DIR not defined in ' + os.path.expanduser('~\\.emscripten') + ", and could not detect a suitable directory! Please configure .emscripten to contain a variable TEMP_DIR='/path/to/temp/dir'.")
logging.debug('TEMP_DIR not defined in ~/.emscripten, using ' + self.TEMP_DIR)
if not os.path.isdir(self.TEMP_DIR):
logging.critical("The temp directory TEMP_DIR='" + self.TEMP_DIR + "' doesn't seem to exist! Please make sure that the path is correct.")
self.CANONICAL_TEMP_DIR = os.path.join(self.TEMP_DIR, 'emscripten_temp')
if self.DEBUG:
try:
self.EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR = self.CANONICAL_TEMP_DIR
safe_ensure_dirs(self.EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR)
except Exception, e:
logging.error(str(e) + 'Could not create canonical temp dir. Check definition of TEMP_DIR in ~/.emscripten')
def get_temp_files(self):
return tempfiles.TempFiles(
tmp=self.TEMP_DIR if not self.DEBUG else get_emscripten_temp_dir(),
save_debug_files=os.environ.get('EMCC_DEBUG_SAVE'))
def apply_configuration():
global configuration, DEBUG, EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR, DEBUG_CACHE, CANONICAL_TEMP_DIR, TEMP_DIR
configuration = Configuration()
DEBUG = configuration.DEBUG
EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR = configuration.EMSCRIPTEN_TEMP_DIR
DEBUG_CACHE = configuration.DEBUG_CACHE
CANONICAL_TEMP_DIR = configuration.CANONICAL_TEMP_DIR
TEMP_DIR = configuration.TEMP_DIR
apply_configuration()
logging.basicConfig(format='%(levelname)-8s %(name)s: %(message)s') # can add %(asctime)s to see timestamps
def set_logging():
logger = logging.getLogger()
logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG if os.environ.get('EMCC_DEBUG') else logging.INFO)
set_logging()
# EM_CONFIG stuff
try:
JS_ENGINES
except:
try:
JS_ENGINES = [JS_ENGINE]
except Exception, e:
print 'ERROR: %s does not seem to have JS_ENGINES or JS_ENGINE set up' % EM_CONFIG
raise
try:
CLOSURE_COMPILER
except:
CLOSURE_COMPILER = path_from_root('third_party', 'closure-compiler', 'compiler.jar')
try:
PYTHON
except:
logging.debug('PYTHON not defined in ~/.emscripten, using "%s"' % (sys.executable,))
PYTHON = sys.executable
try:
JAVA
except:
logging.debug('JAVA not defined in ~/.emscripten, using "java"')
JAVA = 'java'
# Additional compiler options
# Target choice. Must be synced with src/settings.js (TARGET_*)
def get_llvm_target():
if os.environ.get('EMCC_FAST_COMPILER') == '0':
if not os.environ.get('EMCC_LLVM_TARGET'):
os.environ['EMCC_LLVM_TARGET'] = 'le32-unknown-nacl'
return os.environ.get('EMCC_LLVM_TARGET')
return os.environ.get('EMCC_LLVM_TARGET') or 'asmjs-unknown-emscripten'
LLVM_TARGET = get_llvm_target()
# COMPILER_OPTS: options passed to clang when generating bitcode for us
try:
COMPILER_OPTS # Can be set in EM_CONFIG, optionally
except:
COMPILER_OPTS = []
COMPILER_OPTS = COMPILER_OPTS + [#'-fno-threadsafe-statics', # disabled due to issue 1289
'-target', LLVM_TARGET,
'-D__EMSCRIPTEN_major__=' + str(EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_MAJOR),
'-D__EMSCRIPTEN_minor__=' + str(EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_MINOR),
'-D__EMSCRIPTEN_tiny__=' + str(EMSCRIPTEN_VERSION_TINY)]
# COMPILER_STANDARDIZATION_OPTS: Options to correct various predefined macro options.
COMPILER_STANDARDIZATION_OPTS = []
# When we're not using an appropriate target triple, use -m32 to get i386, which we
# can mostly make work.
if LLVM_TARGET != 'asmjs-unknown-emscripten' and LLVM_TARGET != 'le32-unknown-nacl':
COMPILER_OPTS += ['-m32']
COMPILER_STANDARDIZATION_OPTS += ['-U__i386__', '-U__i386', '-Ui386',
'-U__SSE__', '-U__SSE_MATH__', '-U__SSE2__', '-U__SSE2_MATH__', '-U__MMX__',
'-U__APPLE__', '-U__linux__']
# With the asmjs-unknown-emscripten target triple, clang sets up language modes
# and predefined macros properly. When using the other targets, we have to set things
# up manually.
if LLVM_TARGET != 'asmjs-unknown-emscripten':
COMPILER_OPTS += ['-fno-math-errno']
COMPILER_STANDARDIZATION_OPTS += ['-D__IEEE_LITTLE_ENDIAN']
COMPILER_OPTS += ['-DEMSCRIPTEN', '-D__EMSCRIPTEN__', '-fno-math-errno',
'-U__native_client__', '-U__pnacl__', '-U__ELF__']
# Changes to default clang behavior
if LLVM_TARGET == 'asmjs-unknown-emscripten' or LLVM_TARGET == 'le32-unknown-nacl':
# Implicit functions can cause horribly confusing asm.js function pointer type errors, see #2175
# If your codebase really needs them - very unrecommended! - you can disable the error with
# -Wno-error=implicit-function-declaration
# or disable even a warning about it with
# -Wno-implicit-function-declaration
COMPILER_OPTS += ['-Werror=implicit-function-declaration']
USE_EMSDK = not os.environ.get('EMMAKEN_NO_SDK')
if USE_EMSDK:
# Disable system C and C++ include directories, and add our own (using -idirafter so they are last, like system dirs, which
# allows projects to override them)
C_INCLUDE_PATHS = [path_from_root('system', 'local', 'include'),
path_from_root('system', 'include', 'compat'),
path_from_root('system', 'include'),
path_from_root('system', 'include', 'emscripten'),
path_from_root('system', 'include', 'libc'),
path_from_root('system', 'lib', 'libc', 'musl', 'arch', 'js'),
]
CXX_INCLUDE_PATHS = [path_from_root('system', 'include', 'libcxx')
]
C_OPTS = ['-nostdinc', '-Xclang', '-nobuiltininc', '-Xclang', '-nostdsysteminc',
]
def include_directive(paths):
result = []
for path in paths:
result += ['-Xclang', '-isystem' + path]
return result
EMSDK_OPTS = C_OPTS + include_directive(C_INCLUDE_PATHS) + include_directive(CXX_INCLUDE_PATHS)
EMSDK_OPTS += COMPILER_STANDARDIZATION_OPTS
# For temporary compatibility, treat 'le32-unknown-nacl' as 'asmjs-unknown-emscripten'.
if LLVM_TARGET != 'asmjs-unknown-emscripten' and \
LLVM_TARGET != 'le32-unknown-pnacl':
EMSDK_CXX_OPTS = ['-nostdinc++'] # asmjs-unknown-emscripten target does not need -nostdinc++
else:
EMSDK_CXX_OPTS = []
COMPILER_OPTS += EMSDK_OPTS
else:
EMSDK_OPTS = []
EMSDK_CXX_OPTS = []
COMPILER_OPTS += COMPILER_STANDARDIZATION_OPTS
#print >> sys.stderr, 'SDK opts', ' '.join(EMSDK_OPTS)
#print >> sys.stderr, 'Compiler opts', ' '.join(COMPILER_OPTS)
# Engine tweaks
try:
if SPIDERMONKEY_ENGINE:
new_spidermonkey = SPIDERMONKEY_ENGINE
if '-w' not in str(new_spidermonkey):
new_spidermonkey += ['-w']
SPIDERMONKEY_ENGINE = fix_js_engine(SPIDERMONKEY_ENGINE, new_spidermonkey)
except NameError:
pass
# If we have 'env', we should use that to find python, because |python| may fail while |env python| may work
# (For example, if system python is 3.x while we need 2.x, and env gives 2.x if told to do so.)
ENV_PREFIX = []
if not WINDOWS:
try:
assert 'Python' in Popen(['env', 'python', '-V'], stdout=PIPE, stderr=STDOUT).communicate()[0]
ENV_PREFIX = ['env']
except:
pass
# Utilities
def check_engine(engine):
# TODO: we call this several times, perhaps cache the results?
try:
if not CONFIG_FILE:
return True # config stored directly in EM_CONFIG => skip engine check
return 'hello, world!' in run_js(path_from_root('src', 'hello_world.js'), engine)
except Exception, e:
print 'Checking JS engine %s failed. Check %s. Details: %s' % (str(engine), EM_CONFIG, str(e))
return False
def make_js_command(filename, engine=None, *args):
if engine is None:
engine = JS_ENGINES[0]
return jsrun.make_command(filename, engine, *args)
def run_js(filename, engine=None, *args, **kw):
if engine is None:
engine = JS_ENGINES[0]
return jsrun.run_js(filename, engine, *args, **kw)
def to_cc(cxx):
# By default, LLVM_GCC and CLANG are really the C++ versions. This gets an explicit C version
return cxx.replace('clang++', 'clang').replace('g++', 'gcc')
def line_splitter(data):
"""Silly little tool to split JSON arrays over many lines."""
out = ''
counter = 0
for i in range(len(data)):
out += data[i]
if data[i] == ' ' and counter > 60:
out += '\n'
counter = 0
else:
counter += 1
return out
def limit_size(string, MAX=800*20):
if len(string) < MAX: return string
return string[0:MAX/2] + '\n[..]\n' + string[-MAX/2:]
def read_pgo_data(filename):
'''
Reads the output of PGO and generates proper information for CORRECT_* == 2 's *_LINES options
'''
signs_lines = []
overflows_lines = []
for line in open(filename, 'r'):
try:
if line.rstrip() == '': continue
if '%0 failures' in line: continue
left, right = line.split(' : ')
signature = left.split('|')[1]
if 'Sign' in left:
signs_lines.append(signature)
elif 'Overflow' in left:
overflows_lines.append(signature)
except:
pass
return {
'signs_lines': signs_lines,
'overflows_lines': overflows_lines
}
def unique_ordered(values): # return a list of unique values in an input list, without changing order (list(set(.)) would change order randomly)
seen = set()
def check(value):
if value in seen: return False
seen.add(value)
return True
return filter(check, values)
def expand_response(data):
if type(data) == str and data[0] == '@':
return json.loads(open(data[1:]).read())
return data
# Settings. A global singleton. Not pretty, but nicer than passing |, settings| everywhere
class Settings2(type):
class __impl:
attrs = {}
def __init__(self):
self.reset()
@classmethod
def reset(self):
self.attrs = { 'QUANTUM_SIZE': 4 }
self.load()
# Given some emcc-type args (-O3, -s X=Y, etc.), fill Settings with the right settings
@classmethod
def load(self, args=[]):
# Load the JS defaults into python
settings = open(path_from_root('src', 'settings.js')).read().replace('//', '#')
settings = re.sub(r'var ([\w\d]+)', r'self.attrs["\1"]', settings)
exec settings
# Apply additional settings. First -O, then -s
for i in range(len(args)):
if args[i].startswith('-O'):
v = args[i][2]
if v in ['s', 'z']: v = '2'
level = eval(v)
self.apply_opt_level(level)
for i in range(len(args)):
if args[i] == '-s':
declare = re.sub(r'([\w\d]+)\s*=\s*(.+)', r'self.attrs["\1"]=\2;', args[i+1])
exec declare
# Transforms the Settings information into emcc-compatible args (-s X=Y, etc.). Basically
# the reverse of load_settings, except for -Ox which is relevant there but not here
@classmethod
def serialize(self):
ret = []
for key, value in self.attrs.iteritems():
if key == key.upper(): # this is a hack. all of our settings are ALL_CAPS, python internals are not
jsoned = json.dumps(value, sort_keys=True)
ret += ['-s', key + '=' + jsoned]
return ret
@classmethod
def copy(self, values):
self.attrs = values
@classmethod
def apply_opt_level(self, opt_level, noisy=False):
if opt_level == 0 and os.environ.get('EMCC_FAST_COMPILER') == '0':
self.attrs['ASM_JS'] = 0 # non-fastcomp has asm off in -O1
if opt_level >= 1:
self.attrs['ASM_JS'] = 1
self.attrs['ASSERTIONS'] = 0
self.attrs['DISABLE_EXCEPTION_CATCHING'] = 1
self.attrs['RELOOP'] = 1
self.attrs['ALIASING_FUNCTION_POINTERS'] = 1
def __getattr__(self, attr):
if attr in self.attrs:
return self.attrs[attr]
else:
raise AttributeError
def __setattr__(self, attr, value):
if not attr in self.attrs:
import difflib
logging.warning('''Assigning a non-existent settings attribute "%s"''' % attr)
suggestions = ', '.join(difflib.get_close_matches(attr, self.attrs.keys()))
if suggestions:
logging.warning(''' - did you mean one of %s?''' % suggestions)
logging.warning(''' - perhaps a typo in emcc's -s X=Y notation?''')
logging.warning(''' - (see src/settings.js for valid values)''')
self.attrs[attr] = value
__instance = None
@staticmethod
def instance():
if Settings2.__instance is None:
Settings2.__instance = Settings2.__impl()
return Settings2.__instance
def __getattr__(self, attr):
return getattr(self.instance(), attr)
def __setattr__(self, attr, value):
return setattr(self.instance(), attr, value)
class Settings(object):
__metaclass__ = Settings2
# Building
class Building:
COMPILER = CLANG
LLVM_OPTS = False
COMPILER_TEST_OPTS = [] # For use of the test runner
JS_ENGINE_OVERRIDE = None # Used to pass the JS engine override from runner.py -> test_benchmark.py
@staticmethod
def get_building_env(native=False):
env = os.environ.copy()
if native:
env['CC'] = CLANG_CC
env['CXX'] = CLANG_CPP
env['LD'] = CLANG
env['CFLAGS'] = '-O2 -fno-math-errno'
return env
env['CC'] = EMCC if not WINDOWS else 'python %r' % EMCC
env['CXX'] = EMXX if not WINDOWS else 'python %r' % EMXX
env['AR'] = EMAR if not WINDOWS else 'python %r' % EMAR
env['LD'] = EMCC if not WINDOWS else 'python %r' % EMCC
env['LDSHARED'] = EMCC if not WINDOWS else 'python %r' % EMCC
env['RANLIB'] = EMRANLIB if not WINDOWS else 'python %r' % EMRANLIB
env['EMMAKEN_COMPILER'] = Building.COMPILER
env['EMSCRIPTEN_TOOLS'] = path_from_root('tools')
env['CFLAGS'] = env['EMMAKEN_CFLAGS'] = ' '.join(Building.COMPILER_TEST_OPTS)
env['HOST_CC'] = CLANG_CC
env['HOST_CXX'] = CLANG_CPP
env['HOST_CFLAGS'] = "-W" #if set to nothing, CFLAGS is used, which we don't want
env['HOST_CXXFLAGS'] = "-W" #if set to nothing, CXXFLAGS is used, which we don't want
env['PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR'] = path_from_root('system', 'local', 'lib', 'pkgconfig') + os.path.pathsep + path_from_root('system', 'lib', 'pkgconfig')
env['PKG_CONFIG_PATH'] = os.environ.get ('EM_PKG_CONFIG_PATH') or ''
env['EMSCRIPTEN'] = path_from_root()
env['PATH'] = path_from_root('system', 'bin') + os.pathsep + env['PATH']
return env
# Finds the given executable 'program' in PATH. Operates like the Unix tool 'which'.
@staticmethod
def which(program):
import os
def is_exe(fpath):
return os.path.isfile(fpath) and os.access(fpath, os.X_OK)
fpath, fname = os.path.split(program)
if fpath:
if is_exe(program):
return program
else:
for path in os.environ["PATH"].split(os.pathsep):
path = path.strip('"')
exe_file = os.path.join(path, program)
if is_exe(exe_file):
return exe_file
if WINDOWS and not '.' in fname:
if is_exe(exe_file + '.exe'):
return exe_file + '.exe'
if is_exe(exe_file + '.cmd'):
return exe_file + '.cmd'
if is_exe(exe_file + '.bat'):
return exe_file + '.bat'
return None
@staticmethod
def handle_CMake_toolchain(args, env):
def has_substr(array, substr):
for arg in array:
if substr in arg:
return True
return False
# Append the Emscripten toolchain file if the user didn't specify one.
if not has_substr(args, '-DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE'):
args.append('-DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=' + path_from_root('cmake', 'Modules', 'Platform', 'Emscripten.cmake'))
# On Windows specify MinGW Makefiles if we have MinGW and no other toolchain was specified, to avoid CMake
# pulling in a native Visual Studio, or Unix Makefiles.
if WINDOWS and not '-G' in args and Building.which('mingw32-make'):
args += ['-G', 'MinGW Makefiles']
return args
@staticmethod
def configure(args, stdout=None, stderr=None, env=None):
if not args:
return
if env is None:
env = Building.get_building_env()
if 'cmake' in args[0]:
# Note: EMMAKEN_JUST_CONFIGURE shall not be enabled when configuring with CMake. This is because CMake
# does expect to be able to do config-time builds with emcc.
args = Building.handle_CMake_toolchain(args, env)
else:
# When we configure via a ./configure script, don't do config-time compilation with emcc, but instead
# do builds natively with Clang. This is a heuristic emulation that may or may not work.
env['EMMAKEN_JUST_CONFIGURE'] = '1'
try:
process = Popen(args, stdout=stdout, stderr=stderr, env=env)
process.communicate()
except Exception, e:
logging.error('Exception thrown when invoking Popen in configure with args: "%s"!' % ' '.join(args))
raise
if 'EMMAKEN_JUST_CONFIGURE' in env: del env['EMMAKEN_JUST_CONFIGURE']
if process.returncode is not 0:
logging.error('Configure step failed with non-zero return code ' + str(process.returncode) + '! Command line: ' + str(args) + ' at ' + os.getcwd())
raise subprocess.CalledProcessError(cmd=args, returncode=process.returncode)
@staticmethod
def make(args, stdout=None, stderr=None, env=None):
if env is None:
env = Building.get_building_env()
if not args:
logging.error('Executable to run not specified.')
sys.exit(1)
#args += ['VERBOSE=1']
# On Windows prefer building with mingw32-make instead of make, if it exists.
if WINDOWS and args[0] == 'make':
mingw32_make = Building.which('mingw32-make')
if mingw32_make:
args[0] = mingw32_make
try:
process = Popen(args, stdout=stdout, stderr=stderr, env=env)
process.communicate()
except Exception, e:
logging.error('Exception thrown when invoking Popen in make with args: "%s"!' % ' '.join(args))
raise
if process.returncode is not 0:
raise subprocess.CalledProcessError(cmd=args, returncode=process.returncode)
@staticmethod
def build_library(name, build_dir, output_dir, generated_libs, configure=['sh', './configure'], configure_args=[], make=['make'], make_args='help', cache=None, cache_name=None, copy_project=False, env_init={}, source_dir=None, native=False):
''' Build a library into a .bc file. We build the .bc file once and cache it for all our tests. (We cache in
memory since the test directory is destroyed and recreated for each test. Note that we cache separately
for different compilers).
This cache is just during the test runner. There is a different concept of caching as well, see |Cache|. '''
if type(generated_libs) is not list: generated_libs = [generated_libs]
if source_dir is None: source_dir = path_from_root('tests', name.replace('_native', ''))
if make_args == 'help':
make_args = ['-j', str(multiprocessing.cpu_count())]
temp_dir = build_dir
if copy_project:
project_dir = os.path.join(temp_dir, name)
if os.path.exists(project_dir):
shutil.rmtree(project_dir)
shutil.copytree(source_dir, project_dir) # Useful in debugging sometimes to comment this out, and two lines above
else:
project_dir = build_dir
try:
old_dir = os.getcwd()
except:
old_dir = None
os.chdir(project_dir)
generated_libs = map(lambda lib: os.path.join(project_dir, lib), generated_libs)
#for lib in generated_libs:
# try:
# os.unlink(lib) # make sure compilation completed successfully
# except:
# pass
env = Building.get_building_env(native)
verbose_level = int(os.getenv('EM_BUILD_VERBOSE')) if os.getenv('EM_BUILD_VERBOSE') != None else 0
for k, v in env_init.iteritems():
env[k] = v
if configure: # Useful in debugging sometimes to comment this out (and the lines below up to and including the |link| call)
try:
Building.configure(configure + configure_args, env=env, stdout=open(os.path.join(project_dir, 'configure_'), 'w') if verbose_level < 2 else None,
stderr=open(os.path.join(project_dir, 'configure_err'), 'w') if verbose_level < 1 else None)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError, e:
pass # Ignore exit code != 0
def open_make_out(i, mode='r'):
return open(os.path.join(project_dir, 'make_' + str(i)), mode)
def open_make_err(i, mode='r'):
return open(os.path.join(project_dir, 'make_err' + str(i)), mode)
if verbose_level >= 3:
make_args += ['VERBOSE=1']
for i in range(2): # FIXME: Sad workaround for some build systems that need to be run twice to succeed (e.g. poppler)
with open_make_out(i, 'w') as make_out:
with open_make_err(i, 'w') as make_err:
try:
Building.make(make + make_args, stdout=make_out if verbose_level < 2 else None,
stderr=make_err if verbose_level < 1 else None, env=env)
except subprocess.CalledProcessError, e:
pass # Ignore exit code != 0
try:
if cache is not None:
cache[cache_name] = []
for f in generated_libs:
basename = os.path.basename(f)
cache[cache_name].append((basename, open(f, 'rb').read()))
break
except Exception, e:
if i > 0:
if verbose_level == 0:
# Due to the ugly hack above our best guess is to output the first run
with open_make_err(0) as ferr:
for line in ferr:
sys.stderr.write(line)
raise Exception('could not build library ' + name + ' due to exception ' + str(e))
if old_dir:
os.chdir(old_dir)
return generated_libs
@staticmethod
def link(files, target, force_archive_contents=False):
actual_files = []
# Tracking unresolveds is necessary for .a linking, see below.
# Specify all possible entry points to seed the linking process.
# For a simple application, this would just be "main".
unresolved_symbols = set([func[1:] for func in Settings.EXPORTED_FUNCTIONS])
resolved_symbols = set()
temp_dirs = []
def make_paths_absolute(f):
if f.startswith('-'): # skip flags
return f
else:
return os.path.abspath(f)
files = map(make_paths_absolute, files)
# Paths of already included object files from archives.
added_contents = set()
# Map of archive name to list of extracted object file paths.
ar_contents = {}
has_ar = False
for f in files:
if not f.startswith('-'):
has_ar = has_ar or Building.is_ar(f)
# If we have only one archive or the force_archive_contents flag is set,
# then we will add every object file we see, regardless of whether it
# resolves any undefined symbols.
force_add_all = len(files) == 1 or force_archive_contents
# Considers an object file for inclusion in the link. The object is included
# if force_add=True or if the object provides a currently undefined symbol.
# If the object is included, the symbol tables are updated and the function
# returns True.
def consider_object(f, force_add=False):
new_symbols = Building.llvm_nm(f)
do_add = force_add or not unresolved_symbols.isdisjoint(new_symbols.defs)
if do_add:
logging.debug('adding object %s to link' % (f))
# Update resolved_symbols table with newly resolved symbols
resolved_symbols.update(new_symbols.defs)
# Update unresolved_symbols table by adding newly unresolved symbols and
# removing newly resolved symbols.
unresolved_symbols.update(new_symbols.undefs.difference(resolved_symbols))
unresolved_symbols.difference_update(new_symbols.defs)
actual_files.append(f)
return do_add
def get_archive_contents(f):
if f in ar_contents:
return ar_contents[f]
cwd = os.getcwd()
try:
emscripten_temp_dir = get_emscripten_temp_dir()
temp_dir = os.path.join(emscripten_temp_dir, 'ar_output_' + str(os.getpid()) + '_' + str(len(temp_dirs)))
temp_dirs.append(temp_dir)
safe_ensure_dirs(temp_dir)
os.chdir(temp_dir)
contents = filter(lambda x: len(x) > 0, Popen([LLVM_AR, 't', f], stdout=PIPE).communicate()[0].split('\n'))
# llvm-ar appears to just use basenames inside archives. as a result, files with the same basename
# will trample each other when we extract them. to help warn of such situations, we warn if there
# are duplicate entries in the archive
if len(contents) != len(set(contents)):
logging.warning('loading from archive %s, which has duplicate entries (files with identical base names). this is dangerous as only the last will be taken into account, and you may see surprising undefined symbols later. you should rename source files to avoid this problem (or avoid .a archives, and just link bitcode together to form libraries for later linking)' % f)
warned = set()
for i in range(len(contents)):
curr = contents[i]
if curr not in warned and curr in contents[i+1:]:
logging.warning(' duplicate: %s' % curr)
warned.add(curr)
if len(contents) == 0:
logging.debug('Archive %s appears to be empty (recommendation: link an .so instead of .a)' % f)
else:
for content in contents: # ar will silently fail if the directory for the file does not exist, so make all the necessary directories
dirname = os.path.dirname(content)
if dirname:
safe_ensure_dirs(dirname)
Popen([LLVM_AR, 'xo', f], stdout=PIPE).communicate() # if absolute paths, files will appear there. otherwise, in this directory
contents = map(lambda content: os.path.join(temp_dir, content), contents)
contents = filter(os.path.exists, map(os.path.abspath, contents))
contents = filter(Building.is_bitcode, contents)
ar_contents[f] = contents
finally:
os.chdir(cwd)
return contents
# Traverse a single archive. The object files are repeatedly scanned for
# newly satisfied symbols until no new symbols are found. Returns true if
# any object files were added to the link.
def consider_archive(f):
added_any_objects = False
loop_again = True
logging.debug('considering archive %s' % (f))
contents = get_archive_contents(f)
while loop_again: # repeatedly traverse until we have everything we need
loop_again = False
for content in contents:
if content in added_contents: continue
# Link in the .o if it provides symbols, *or* this is a singleton archive (which is apparently an exception in gcc ld)
if consider_object(content, force_add=force_add_all):
added_contents.add(content)
loop_again = True
added_any_objects = True
logging.debug('done running loop of archive %s' % (f))
return added_any_objects
current_archive_group = None
for f in files:
if f.startswith('-'):
if f in ['--start-group', '-(']:
assert current_archive_group is None, 'Nested --start-group, missing --end-group?'
current_archive_group = []
elif f in ['--end-group', '-)']:
assert current_archive_group is not None, '--end-group without --start-group'
# rescan the archives in the group until we don't find any more
# objects to link.
loop_again = True
logging.debug('starting archive group loop');
while loop_again:
loop_again = False
for archive in current_archive_group:
if consider_archive(archive):
loop_again = True
logging.debug('done with archive group loop');
current_archive_group = None
else:
logging.debug('Ignoring unsupported link flag: %s' % f)
elif not Building.is_ar(f):
if Building.is_bitcode(f):
if has_ar:
consider_object(f, force_add=True)
else:
# If there are no archives then we can simply link all valid bitcode
# files and skip the symbol table stuff.
actual_files.append(f)
else:
# Extract object files from ar archives, and link according to gnu ld semantics
# (link in an entire .o from the archive if it supplies symbols still unresolved)
consider_archive(f)
# If we're inside a --start-group/--end-group section, add to the list
# so we can loop back around later.
if current_archive_group is not None:
current_archive_group.append(f)
assert current_archive_group is None, '--start-group without matching --end-group'
try_delete(target)
# Finish link
actual_files = unique_ordered(actual_files) # tolerate people trying to link a.so a.so etc.
logging.debug('emcc: llvm-linking: %s to %s', actual_files, target)
# check for too-long command line
link_cmd = LINK_CMD + actual_files + ['-o', target]
# 8k is a bit of an arbitrary limit, but a reasonable one
# for max command line size before we use a respose file
response_file = None
if len(' '.join(link_cmd)) > 8192:
logging.debug('using response file for llvm-link')
[response_fd, response_file] = mkstemp(suffix='.response', dir=TEMP_DIR)
link_cmd = LINK_CMD + ["@" + response_file]
response_fh = os.fdopen(response_fd, 'w')
for arg in actual_files:
# we can't put things with spaces in the response file
if " " in arg:
link_cmd.append(arg)
else:
response_fh.write(arg + "\n")
response_fh.close()
link_cmd.append("-o")
link_cmd.append(target)
if len(' '.join(link_cmd)) > 8192:
logging.warning('emcc: link command line is very long, even with response file -- use paths with no spaces')
output = Popen(link_cmd, stdout=PIPE).communicate()[0]
if response_file:
os.unlink(response_file)
assert os.path.exists(target) and (output is None or 'Could not open input file' not in output), 'Linking error: ' + output
for temp_dir in temp_dirs:
try_delete(temp_dir)
# Emscripten optimizations that we run on the .ll file
@staticmethod
def ll_opts(filename):
## Remove target info. This helps LLVM opts, if we run them later
#cleaned = filter(lambda line: not line.startswith('target datalayout = ') and not line.startswith('target triple = '),
# open(filename + '.o.ll', 'r').readlines())
#os.unlink(filename + '.o.ll')
#open(filename + '.o.ll.orig', 'w').write(''.join(cleaned))
pass
# LLVM optimizations
# @param opt Either an integer, in which case it is the optimization level (-O1, -O2, etc.), or a list of raw
# optimization passes passed to llvm opt
@staticmethod
def llvm_opt(filename, opts, out=None):
if type(opts) is int:
opts = Building.pick_llvm_opts(opts)
opts = opts[:]
#opts += ['-debug-pass=Arguments']
if get_clang_version() >= '3.4':
if not Settings.SIMD:
opts += ['-disable-vectorize']
else:
opts += ['-bb-vectorize-vector-bits=128', '-force-vector-width=4']
logging.debug('emcc: LLVM opts: ' + ' '.join(opts))
target = out or (filename + '.opt.bc')
output = Popen([LLVM_OPT, filename] + opts + ['-o', target], stdout=PIPE).communicate()[0]
assert os.path.exists(target), 'Failed to run llvm optimizations: ' + output
if not out:
shutil.move(filename + '.opt.bc', filename)
@staticmethod
def llvm_opts(filename): # deprecated version, only for test runner. TODO: remove
if Building.LLVM_OPTS:
shutil.move(filename + '.o', filename + '.o.pre')
output = Popen([LLVM_OPT, filename + '.o.pre'] + Building.LLVM_OPT_OPTS + ['-o', filename + '.o'], stdout=PIPE).communicate()[0]
assert os.path.exists(filename + '.o'), 'Failed to run llvm optimizations: ' + output
@staticmethod
def llvm_dis(input_filename, output_filename=None):
# LLVM binary ==> LLVM assembly
if output_filename is None:
# use test runner conventions
output_filename = input_filename + '.o.ll'
input_filename = input_filename + '.o'
try_delete(output_filename)
output = Popen([LLVM_DIS, input_filename, '-o', output_filename], stdout=PIPE).communicate()[0]
assert os.path.exists(output_filename), 'Could not create .ll file: ' + output
return output_filename
@staticmethod
def llvm_as(input_filename, output_filename=None):
# LLVM assembly ==> LLVM binary
if output_filename is None:
# use test runner conventions
output_filename = input_filename + '.o'
input_filename = input_filename + '.o.ll'
try_delete(output_filename)
output = Popen([LLVM_AS, input_filename, '-o', output_filename], stdout=PIPE).communicate()[0]
assert os.path.exists(output_filename), 'Could not create bc file: ' + output
return output_filename
nm_cache = {} # cache results of nm - it can be slow to run
@staticmethod
def llvm_nm(filename, stdout=PIPE, stderr=None):
if filename in Building.nm_cache:
#logging.debug('loading nm results for %s from cache' % filename)
return Building.nm_cache[filename]
# LLVM binary ==> list of symbols
output = Popen([LLVM_NM, filename], stdout=stdout, stderr=stderr).communicate()[0]
class ret:
defs = []
undefs = []
commons = []
for line in output.split('\n'):
if len(line) == 0: continue
parts = filter(lambda seg: len(seg) > 0, line.split(' '))
# pnacl-nm will print zero offsets for bitcode
if len(parts) == 3 and parts[0] == "00000000":
parts.pop(0)
if len(parts) == 2: # ignore lines with absolute offsets, these are not bitcode anyhow (e.g. |00000630 t d_source_name|)
status, symbol = parts
if status == 'U':
ret.undefs.append(symbol)
elif status == 'C':
ret.commons.append(symbol)
elif status == status.upper(): # all other uppercase statuses ('T', etc.) are normally defined symbols
ret.defs.append(symbol)
# otherwise, not something we should notice
ret.defs = set(ret.defs)
ret.undefs = set(ret.undefs)
ret.commons = set(ret.commons)
Building.nm_cache[filename] = ret
return ret
@staticmethod
def emcc(filename, args=[], output_filename=None, stdout=None, stderr=None, env=None):
if output_filename is None:
output_filename = filename + '.o'
try_delete(output_filename)
Popen([PYTHON, EMCC, filename] + args + ['-o', output_filename], stdout=stdout, stderr=stderr, env=env).communicate()
assert os.path.exists(output_filename), 'emcc could not create output file: ' + output_filename
@staticmethod
def emar(action, output_filename, filenames, stdout=None, stderr=None, env=None):
try_delete(output_filename)
Popen([PYTHON, EMAR, action, output_filename] + filenames, stdout=stdout, stderr=stderr, env=env).communicate()
if 'c' in action:
assert os.path.exists(output_filename), 'emar could not create output file: ' + output_filename
@staticmethod
def emscripten(filename, append_ext=True, extra_args=[]):
# Allow usage of emscripten.py without warning
os.environ['EMSCRIPTEN_SUPPRESS_USAGE_WARNING'] = '1'
# Run Emscripten
if not os.path.exists(Settings.RELOOPER):
Settings.RELOOPER = Cache.get_path('relooper.js')
settings = Settings.serialize()
args = settings + extra_args
if WINDOWS:
rsp_file = response_file.create_response_file(args, TEMP_DIR)
args = ['@' + rsp_file]
cmdline = [PYTHON, EMSCRIPTEN, filename + ('.o.ll' if append_ext else ''), '-o', filename + '.o.js'] + args
if jsrun.TRACK_PROCESS_SPAWNS:
logging.info('Executing emscripten.py compiler with cmdline "' + ' '.join(cmdline) + '"')
jsrun.timeout_run(Popen(cmdline, stdout=PIPE), None, 'Compiling')
# Clean up .rsp file the compiler used after we are finished.
if WINDOWS:
try_delete(rsp_file)
# Detect compilation crashes and errors
assert os.path.exists(filename + '.o.js'), 'Emscripten failed to generate .js'
return filename + '.o.js'
@staticmethod
def can_build_standalone():
return not Settings.BUILD_AS_SHARED_LIB and not Settings.LINKABLE and not Settings.EXPORT_ALL
@staticmethod
def can_use_unsafe_opts():
return Settings.USE_TYPED_ARRAYS == 2
@staticmethod
def can_inline():
return Settings.INLINING_LIMIT == 0
@staticmethod
def get_safe_internalize():
if not Building.can_build_standalone(): return [] # do not internalize anything
exps = expand_response(Settings.EXPORTED_FUNCTIONS)
exports = ','.join(map(lambda exp: exp[1:], exps))
# internalize carefully, llvm 3.2 will remove even main if not told not to
return ['-internalize', '-internalize-public-api-list=' + exports]
@staticmethod
def pick_llvm_opts(optimization_level):
'''
It may be safe to use nonportable optimizations (like -OX) if we remove the platform info from the .ll
(which we do in do_ll_opts) - but even there we have issues (even in TA2) with instruction combining
into i64s. In any case, the handpicked ones here should be safe and portable. They are also tuned for
things that look useful.
An easy way to see LLVM's standard list of passes is
llvm-as < /dev/null | opt -std-compile-opts -disable-output -debug-pass=Arguments
'''
assert 0 <= optimization_level <= 3
unsafe = Building.can_use_unsafe_opts()
opts = []
if optimization_level > 0:
if unsafe:
if not Building.can_inline():
opts.append('-disable-inlining')
if not Building.can_build_standalone():
# -O1 does not have -gobaldce, which removes stuff that is needed for libraries and linkables
optimization_level = min(1, optimization_level)
opts.append('-O%d' % optimization_level)
#print '[unsafe: %s]' % ','.join(opts)
else:
allow_nonportable = False
optimize_size = True
use_aa = False
# PassManagerBuilder::populateModulePassManager
if allow_nonportable and use_aa: # ammo.js results indicate this can be nonportable
opts.append('-tbaa')
opts.append('-basicaa') # makes fannkuch slow but primes fast
if Building.can_build_standalone():
opts += Building.get_safe_internalize()
opts.append('-globalopt')
opts.append('-ipsccp')
opts.append('-deadargelim')
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-instcombine')
opts.append('-simplifycfg')
opts.append('-prune-eh')
if Building.can_inline(): opts.append('-inline')
opts.append('-functionattrs')
if optimization_level > 2:
opts.append('-argpromotion')
# XXX Danger: Can turn a memcpy into something that violates the
# load-store consistency hypothesis. See hashnum() in Lua.
# Note: this opt is of great importance for raytrace...
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-scalarrepl')
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-early-cse') # ?
opts.append('-simplify-libcalls')
opts.append('-jump-threading')
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-correlated-propagation') # ?
opts.append('-simplifycfg')
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-instcombine')
opts.append('-tailcallelim')
opts.append('-simplifycfg')
opts.append('-reassociate')
opts.append('-loop-rotate')
opts.append('-licm')
opts.append('-loop-unswitch') # XXX should depend on optimize_size
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-instcombine')
if Settings.QUANTUM_SIZE == 4: opts.append('-indvars') # XXX this infinite-loops raytrace on q1 (loop in |new node_t[count]| has 68 hardcoded &not fixed)
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-loop-idiom') # ?
opts.append('-loop-deletion')
opts.append('-loop-unroll')
##### not in llvm-3.0. but have | #addExtensionsToPM(EP_LoopOptimizerEnd, MPM);| if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-instcombine')
# XXX Danger: Messes up Lua output for unknown reasons
# Note: this opt is of minor importance for raytrace...
if optimization_level > 1 and allow_nonportable: opts.append('-gvn')
opts.append('-memcpyopt') # Danger?
opts.append('-sccp')
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-instcombine')
opts.append('-jump-threading')
opts.append('-correlated-propagation')
opts.append('-dse')
#addExtensionsToPM(EP_ScalarOptimizerLate, MPM)
opts.append('-adce')
opts.append('-simplifycfg')
if allow_nonportable: opts.append('-instcombine')
opts.append('-strip-dead-prototypes')
if Building.can_build_standalone():
opts.append('-globaldce')
if optimization_level > 1: opts.append('-constmerge')
Building.LLVM_OPT_OPTS = opts
return opts
@staticmethod
def js_optimizer(filename, passes, jcache=False, debug=False, extra_info=None, output_filename=None, just_split=False, just_concat=False):
ret = js_optimizer.run(filename, passes, NODE_JS, jcache, debug, extra_info, just_split, just_concat)
if output_filename:
safe_move(ret, output_filename)
ret = output_filename
return ret
@staticmethod
def closure_compiler(filename, pretty=True):
if not os.path.exists(CLOSURE_COMPILER):
raise Exception('Closure compiler appears to be missing, looked at: ' + str(CLOSURE_COMPILER))
CLOSURE_EXTERNS = path_from_root('src', 'closure-externs.js')
# Something like this (adjust memory as needed):
# java -Xmx1024m -jar CLOSURE_COMPILER --compilation_level ADVANCED_OPTIMIZATIONS --variable_map_output_file src.cpp.o.js.vars --js src.cpp.o.js --js_output_file src.cpp.o.cc.js
args = [JAVA,
'-Xmx' + (os.environ.get('JAVA_HEAP_SIZE') or '1024m'), # if you need a larger Java heap, use this environment variable
'-jar', CLOSURE_COMPILER,
'--compilation_level', 'ADVANCED_OPTIMIZATIONS',
'--language_in', 'ECMASCRIPT5',
'--externs', CLOSURE_EXTERNS,
#'--variable_map_output_file', filename + '.vars',
'--js', filename, '--js_output_file', filename + '.cc.js']
if pretty: args += ['--formatting', 'PRETTY_PRINT']
if os.environ.get('EMCC_CLOSURE_ARGS'):
args += shlex.split(os.environ.get('EMCC_CLOSURE_ARGS'))
logging.debug('closure compiler: ' + ' '.join(args))
process = Popen(args, stdout=PIPE, stderr=STDOUT)
cc_output = process.communicate()[0]
if process.returncode != 0 or not os.path.exists(filename + '.cc.js'):
raise Exception('closure compiler error: ' + cc_output + ' (rc: %d)' % process.returncode)
return filename + '.cc.js'
_is_ar_cache = {}
@staticmethod
def is_ar(filename):
try:
if Building._is_ar_cache.get(filename):
return Building._is_ar_cache[filename]
b = open(filename, 'r').read(8)
sigcheck = b[0] == '!' and b[1] == '<' and \
b[2] == 'a' and b[3] == 'r' and \
b[4] == 'c' and b[5] == 'h' and \
b[6] == '>' and ord(b[7]) == 10
Building._is_ar_cache[filename] = sigcheck
return sigcheck
except Exception, e:
logging.debug('Building.is_ar failed to test whether file \'%s\' is a llvm archive file! Failed on exception: %s' % (filename, e))
return False
@staticmethod
def is_bitcode(filename):
# look for magic signature
b = open(filename, 'r').read(4)
if b[0] == 'B' and b[1] == 'C':
return True
# look for ar signature
elif Building.is_ar(filename):
return True
# on OS X, there is a 20-byte prefix
elif ord(b[0]) == 222 and ord(b[1]) == 192 and ord(b[2]) == 23 and ord(b[3]) == 11:
b = open(filename, 'r').read(24)
return b[20] == 'B' and b[21] == 'C'
return False
# Make sure the relooper exists. If it does not, check out the relooper code and bootstrap it
@staticmethod
def ensure_relooper(relooper):
if os.path.exists(relooper): return
if os.environ.get('EMCC_FAST_COMPILER') != '0':
logging.debug('not building relooper to js, using it in c++ backend')
return
Cache.ensure()
curr = os.getcwd()
try:
ok = False
logging.info('=======================================')
logging.info('bootstrapping relooper...')
os.chdir(path_from_root('src'))
emcc_debug = os.environ.get('EMCC_DEBUG')
if emcc_debug: del os.environ['EMCC_DEBUG']
emcc_leave_inputs_raw = os.environ.get('EMCC_LEAVE_INPUTS_RAW')
if emcc_leave_inputs_raw: del os.environ['EMCC_LEAVE_INPUTS_RAW']
def make(opt_level, reloop):
raw = relooper + '.raw.js'
Building.emcc(os.path.join('relooper', 'Relooper.cpp'), ['-I' + os.path.join('relooper'), '--post-js',
os.path.join('relooper', 'emscripten', 'glue.js'),
'--memory-init-file', '0', '-s', 'RELOOP=%d' % reloop,
'-s', 'EXPORTED_FUNCTIONS=["_rl_set_output_buffer","_rl_make_output_buffer","_rl_new_block","_rl_delete_block","_rl_block_add_branch_to","_rl_new_relooper","_rl_delete_relooper","_rl_relooper_add_block","_rl_relooper_calculate","_rl_relooper_render", "_rl_set_asm_js_mode"]',
'-s', 'DEFAULT_LIBRARY_FUNCS_TO_INCLUDE=["memcpy", "memset", "malloc", "free", "puts"]',
'-s', 'RELOOPER="' + relooper + '"',
'-O' + str(opt_level), '--closure', '0'], raw)
f = open(relooper, 'w')
f.write("// Relooper, (C) 2012 Alon Zakai, MIT license, https://github.com/kripken/Relooper\n")
f.write("var Relooper = (function(Module) {\n")
f.write(open(raw).read())
f.write('\n return Module.Relooper;\n')
f.write('})(RelooperModule);\n')
f.close()
# bootstrap phase 1: generate unrelooped relooper, for which we do not need a relooper (so we cannot recurse infinitely in this function)
logging.info(' bootstrap phase 1')
make(2, 0)
# bootstrap phase 2: generate relooped relooper, using the unrelooped relooper (we see relooper.js exists so we cannot recurse infinitely in this function)
logging.info(' bootstrap phase 2')
make(2, 1)
logging.info('bootstrapping relooper succeeded')
logging.info('=======================================')
ok = True
finally:
os.chdir(curr)
if emcc_debug: os.environ['EMCC_DEBUG'] = emcc_debug
if emcc_leave_inputs_raw: os.environ['EMCC_LEAVE_INPUTS_RAW'] = emcc_leave_inputs_raw
if not ok:
logging.error('bootstrapping relooper failed. You may need to manually create relooper.js by compiling it, see src/relooper/emscripten')
try_delete(relooper) # do not leave a phase-1 version if phase 2 broke
1/0
@staticmethod
def ensure_struct_info(info_path):
if os.path.exists(info_path): return
Cache.ensure()
import gen_struct_info
gen_struct_info.main(['-qo', info_path, path_from_root('src/struct_info.json')])
# compatibility with existing emcc, etc. scripts
Cache = cache.Cache(debug=DEBUG_CACHE)
JCache = cache.JCache(Cache)
chunkify = cache.chunkify
def reconfigure_cache():
global Cache
Cache = cache.Cache(debug=DEBUG_CACHE)
class JS:
memory_initializer_pattern = '/\* memory initializer \*/ allocate\(\[([\d, ]*)\], "i8", ALLOC_NONE, ([\d+Runtime\.GLOBAL_BASEH]+)\);'
no_memory_initializer_pattern = '/\* no memory initializer \*/'
memory_staticbump_pattern = 'STATICTOP = STATIC_BASE \+ (\d+);'
global_initializers_pattern = '/\* global initializers \*/ __ATINIT__.push\((.+)\);'
@staticmethod
def to_nice_ident(ident): # limited version of the JS function toNiceIdent
return ident.replace('%', '$').replace('@', '_').replace('.', '_')
@staticmethod
def make_initializer(sig, settings=None):
settings = settings or Settings
if sig == 'i':
return '0'
elif sig == 'f' and settings.get('PRECISE_F32'):
return 'Math_fround(0)'
else:
return '+0'
FLOAT_SIGS = ['f', 'd']
@staticmethod
def make_coercion(value, sig, settings=None, ffi_arg=False, ffi_result=False, convert_from=None):
settings = settings or Settings
if sig == 'i':
if convert_from in JS.FLOAT_SIGS: value = '(~~' + value + ')'
return value + '|0'
if sig in JS.FLOAT_SIGS and convert_from == 'i':
value = '(' + value + '|0)'
if sig == 'f' and settings.get('PRECISE_F32'):
if ffi_arg:
return '+Math_fround(' + value + ')'
elif ffi_result:
return 'Math_fround(+(' + value + '))'
else:
return 'Math_fround(' + value + ')'
elif sig == 'd' or sig == 'f':
return '+' + value
else:
return value
@staticmethod
def make_extcall(sig, named=True):
args = ','.join(['a' + str(i) for i in range(1, len(sig))])
args = 'index' + (',' if args else '') + args
# C++ exceptions are numbers, and longjmp is a string 'longjmp'
ret = '''function%s(%s) {
%sModule["dynCall_%s"](%s);
}''' % ((' extCall_' + sig) if named else '', args, 'return ' if sig[0] != 'v' else '', sig, args)
if Settings.DLOPEN_SUPPORT and Settings.ASSERTIONS:
# guard against cross-module stack leaks
ret = ret.replace(') {\n', ''') {
try {
var preStack = asm.stackSave();
''').replace(';\n}', ''';
} finally {
assert(asm.stackSave() == preStack);
}
}''')
return ret
@staticmethod
def make_invoke(sig, named=True):
args = ','.join(['a' + str(i) for i in range(1, len(sig))])
args = 'index' + (',' if args else '') + args
# C++ exceptions are numbers, and longjmp is a string 'longjmp'
ret = '''function%s(%s) {
try {
%sModule["dynCall_%s"](%s);
} catch(e) {
if (typeof e !== 'number' && e !== 'longjmp') throw e;
asm["setThrew"](1, 0);
}
}''' % ((' invoke_' + sig) if named else '', args, 'return ' if sig[0] != 'v' else '', sig, args)
if Settings.DLOPEN_SUPPORT and Settings.ASSERTIONS:
# guard against cross-module stack leaks
ret = ret.replace(' try {', ''' var preStack = asm.stackSave();
try {
''').replace(' }\n}', ''' } finally {
assert(asm.stackSave() == preStack);
}
}''')
return ret
@staticmethod
def align(x, by):
while x % by != 0: x += 1
return x
INITIALIZER_CHUNK_SIZE = 10240
@staticmethod
def collect_initializers(src):
ret = []
max_offset = -1
for init in re.finditer(JS.memory_initializer_pattern, src):
contents = init.group(1).split(',')
offset = sum([int(x) if x[0] != 'R' else 0 for x in init.group(2).split('+')])
ret.append((offset, contents))
assert offset > max_offset
max_offset = offset
return ret
@staticmethod
def split_initializer(contents):
# given a memory initializer (see memory_initializer_pattern), split it up into multiple initializers to avoid long runs of zeros or a single overly-large allocator
ret = []
l = len(contents)
maxx = JS.INITIALIZER_CHUNK_SIZE
i = 0
start = 0
while 1:
if i - start >= maxx or (i > start and i == l):
#print >> sys.stderr, 'new', start, i-start
ret.append((start, contents[start:i]))
start = i
if i == l: break
if contents[i] != '0':
i += 1
else:
# look for a sequence of zeros
j = i + 1
while j < l and contents[j] == '0': j += 1
if j-i > maxx/10 or j-start >= maxx:
#print >> sys.stderr, 'skip', start, i-start, j-start
ret.append((start, contents[start:i])) # skip over the zeros starting at i and ending at j
start = j
i = j
return ret
@staticmethod
def replace_initializers(src, inits):
class State:
first = True
def rep(m):
if not State.first: return ''
# write out all the new initializers in place of the first old one
State.first = False
def gen_init(init):
offset, contents = init
return '/* memory initializer */ allocate([%s], "i8", ALLOC_NONE, Runtime.GLOBAL_BASE%s);' % (
','.join(contents),
'' if offset == 0 else ('+%d' % offset)
)
return '\n'.join(map(gen_init, inits))
return re.sub(JS.memory_initializer_pattern, rep, src)
@staticmethod
def optimize_initializer(src):
inits = JS.collect_initializers(src)
if len(inits) == 0: return None
assert len(inits) == 1
init = inits[0]
offset, contents = init
assert offset == 0 # offset 0, singleton
if len(contents) <= JS.INITIALIZER_CHUNK_SIZE: return None
return JS.replace_initializers(src, JS.split_initializer(contents))
# Compression of code and data for smaller downloads
class Compression:
on = False
@staticmethod
def compressed_name(filename):
return filename + '.compress'
@staticmethod
def compress(filename):
execute(Compression.encoder, stdin=open(filename, 'rb'), stdout=open(Compression.compressed_name(filename), 'wb'))
@staticmethod
def worth_it(original, compressed):
return compressed < original - 1500 # save at least one TCP packet or so
def execute(cmd, *args, **kw):
try:
return Popen(cmd, *args, **kw).communicate() # let compiler frontend print directly, so colors are saved (PIPE kills that)
except:
if not isinstance(cmd, str):
cmd = ' '.join(cmd)
logging.error('Invoking Process failed: <<< ' + cmd + ' >>>')
raise
def check_execute(cmd, *args, **kw):
# TODO: use in more places. execute doesn't actually check that return values
# are nonzero
try:
kw['stderr'] = STDOUT
subprocess.check_output(cmd, *args, **kw)
logging.debug("Successfuly executed %s" % " ".join(cmd))
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
logging.error("'%s' failed with output:\n%s" % (" ".join(e.cmd), e.output))
raise
def check_call(cmd, *args, **kw):
try:
subprocess.check_call(cmd, *args, **kw)
logging.debug("Successfuly executed %s" % " ".join(cmd))
except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
logging.error("'%s' failed" % " ".join(cmd))
raise
def suffix(name):
parts = name.split('.')
if len(parts) > 1:
return parts[-1]
else:
return None
def unsuffixed(name):
return '.'.join(name.split('.')[:-1])
def unsuffixed_basename(name):
return os.path.basename(unsuffixed(name))
def safe_move(src, dst):
src = os.path.abspath(src)
dst = os.path.abspath(dst)
if os.path.isdir(dst):
dst = os.path.join(dst, os.path.basename(src))
if src == dst:
return
shutil.move(src, dst)
def safe_copy(src, dst):
src = os.path.abspath(src)
dst = os.path.abspath(dst)
if os.path.isdir(dst):
dst = os.path.join(dst, os.path.basename(src))
if src == dst:
return
shutil.copyfile(src, dst)
import js_optimizer