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This file contains general helper macros that make our BUILD.bazel files easier to read.
load("@bazel_skylib//lib:selects.bzl", _selects = "selects")
load("@rules_python//python:defs.bzl", _py_binary = "py_binary")
load("@py_deps//:requirements.bzl", _requirement = "requirement")
load("@bazel_gazelle//:def.bzl", _gazelle = "gazelle")
load("@emsdk//emscripten_toolchain:wasm_rules.bzl", _wasm_cc_binary = "wasm_cc_binary")
load("@io_bazel_rules_go//go:def.bzl", _go_binary = "go_binary", _go_library = "go_library")
# re-export symbols that are commonly used or that are not supported in G3
# (and thus we need to stub out)
gazelle = _gazelle
go_binary = _go_binary
go_library = _go_library
py_binary = _py_binary
requirement = _requirement
selects = _selects
wasm_cc_binary = _wasm_cc_binary
def select_multi(values_map, default):
"""select() but allowing multiple matches of the keys.
select_multi works around a restriction in native select() that prevents multiple
keys from being matched unless one is a strict subset of another. For some features,
we allow multiple of that component to be active. For example, with codecs, we let
the clients mix and match anywhere from 0 built in codecs to all of them.
select_multi takes a given map and turns it into several distinct select statements
that have the effect of using any values associated with any active keys.
For example, if the following parameters are passed in:
values_map = {
":alpha": ["apple", "apricot"],
":beta": ["banana"],
":gamma": ["grapefruit"],
default = []
it will be unrolled into the following select statements
[] + select({
":apple": ["apple", "apricot"],
"//conditions:default": [],
}) + select({
":beta": ["banana"],
"//conditions:default": [],
}) + select({
":gamma": ["grapefruit"],
"//conditions:default": [],
values_map: dictionary of labels to a list of labels, just like select()
default: list of labels, the value that should be used if any of the options do not match.
This is typically an empty list
A list of values that is filled in by the generated select statements.
if len(values_map) == 0:
return default
rv = []
for key, value in values_map.items():
rv += select({
key: value,
"//conditions:default": default,
return rv
# buildifier: disable=unnamed-macro
def cc_binary(**kwargs):
"""A shim around cc_binary that lets us tweak settings for G3 if necessary."""
# buildifier: disable=unnamed-macro
def cc_library(**kwargs):
"""A shim around cc_library that lets us tweak settings for G3 if necessary."""
# buildifier: disable=unnamed-macro
def objc_library(**kwargs):
"""A shim around objc_library that lets us tweak settings for G3 if necessary."""
# buildifier: disable=unnamed-macro
def exports_files_legacy(label_list = None, visibility = None):
"""A self-annotating macro to export all files in this package for legacy G3 rules.
label_list: If provided, this will act like a normal exports_files rule. If not
provided, nothing happens.
visibility: Should be provided if label_list is set
if label_list:
native.exports_files(label_list, visibility = visibility)
def split_srcs_and_hdrs(name, files):
"""Take a list of files and creates filegroups for C++ sources and headers.
The reason we make filegroups is that they are more friendly towards a file being
listed twice than just returning a sorted list of files.
For example, in //src/codecs, "SkEncodedInfo.cpp" is needed for some, but not all
the codecs. It is easier for devs to list the file for the codecs that need it
rather than making a complicated select statement to make sure it is only in the
list of files once.
Bazel is smart enough to not compile the same file twice, even if it shows up in
multiple filegroups.
The "_srcs" and "_hdrs" filegroups will only be created if there are a non-zero amount
of files of both types. Otherwise, it will fail because we do not need the macro.
name: The prefix of the generated filegroups. One will have the suffix "_srcs" and
the other "_hdrs".
files: List of file names, e.g. ["SkAAClip.cpp", "SkAAClip.h"]
srcs = []
hdrs = []
for f in files:
if f.endswith(".cpp"):
elif f.endswith(".h"):
fail("Neither .cpp nor .h file " + f)
if len(srcs) == 0 or len(hdrs) == 0:
fail("The list consist of either only source or header files. No need to use this macro.")
name = name + "_srcs",
srcs = srcs,
name = name + "_hdrs",
srcs = hdrs,