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# Copyright (C) 2018 and later: Unicode, Inc. and others.
# License & terms of use:
# Python 2/3 Compatibility (ICU-20299)
# TODO(ICU-20301): Remove this.
from __future__ import print_function
import sys
from . import *
def dir_for(file):
if isinstance(file, LocalFile):
return get_local_dirname(file.dirname)
if isinstance(file, SrcFile):
return "{SRC_DIR}"
if isinstance(file, InFile):
return "{IN_DIR}"
if isinstance(file, TmpFile):
return "{TMP_DIR}"
if isinstance(file, OutFile):
return "{OUT_DIR}"
if isinstance(file, PkgFile):
return "{PKG_DIR}"
assert False
"SRC": "{SRC_DIR}",
"CWD": "{CWD_DIR}"
def get_local_dirname(dirname):
if dirname.startswith("/"):
return dirname
elif dirname.startswith("$"):
# Note: directory separator substitution happens later
sep_idx = dirname.find("/")
if sep_idx == -1:
sep_idx = len(dirname)
variable = dirname[1:sep_idx]
return LOCAL_DIRNAME_SUBSTITUTIONS[variable] + dirname[sep_idx:]
"Error: Local directory must be absolute, or relative to one of: " +
(", ".join("$%s" % v for v in LOCAL_DIRNAME_SUBSTITUTIONS.keys())),
def concat_dicts(*dicts):
# There is not a super great way to do this in Python:
new_dict = {}
for dict in dicts:
return new_dict
def repeated_execution_request_looper(request):
# dictionary of lists to list of dictionaries:
ld = [
dict(zip(request.repeat_with, t))
for t in zip(*request.repeat_with.values())
if not ld:
# No special options given in repeat_with
ld = [{} for _ in range(len(request.input_files))]
return zip(ld, request.specific_dep_files, request.input_files, request.output_files)
def format_single_request_command(request, cmd_template, common_vars):
return cmd_template.format(
ARGS = request.args.format(
INPUT_FILES = [file.filename for file in request.input_files],
OUTPUT_FILES = [file.filename for file in request.output_files],
**concat_dicts(common_vars, request.format_with)
def format_repeated_request_command(request, cmd_template, loop_vars, common_vars):
(iter_vars, _, input_file, output_file) = loop_vars
return cmd_template.format(
ARGS = request.args.format(
INPUT_FILE = input_file.filename,
OUTPUT_FILE = output_file.filename,
**concat_dicts(common_vars, request.format_with, iter_vars)
def flatten_requests(requests, config, common_vars):
result = []
for request in requests:
result += request.flatten(config, requests, common_vars)
return result
def get_all_output_files(requests, include_tmp=False):
files = []
for request in requests:
files += request.all_output_files()
# Filter out all files but those in OUT_DIR if necessary.
# It is also easy to filter for uniqueness; do it right now and return.
if not include_tmp:
files = (file for file in files if isinstance(file, OutFile))
return list(set(files))
# Filter for unique values. NOTE: Cannot use set() because we need to accept same filename as
# OutFile and TmpFile as different, and by default they evaluate as equal.
return [f for _, f in set((type(f), f) for f in files)]
def compute_directories(requests):
dirs = set()
for file in get_all_output_files(requests, include_tmp=True):
path = "%s/%s" % (dir_for(file), file.filename)
return list(sorted(dirs))
class SpaceSeparatedList(list):
"""A list that joins itself with spaces when converted to a string."""
def __str__(self):
return " ".join(self)