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// Copyright (c) 2013 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "base/files/file_path.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "tools/gn/build_settings.h"
#include "tools/gn/import_manager.h"
#include "tools/gn/output_file.h"
#include "tools/gn/scope.h"
#include "tools/gn/source_dir.h"
#include "tools/gn/toolchain.h"
// Holds the settings for one toolchain invocation. There will be one
// Settings object for each toolchain type, each referring to the same
// BuildSettings object for shared stuff.
// The Settings object is const once it is constructed, which allows us to
// use it from multiple threads during target generation without locking (which
// is important, because it gets used a lot).
// The Toolchain object holds the set of stuff that is set by the toolchain
// declaration, which obviously needs to be set later when we actually parse
// the file with the toolchain declaration in it.
class Settings {
// Constructs a toolchain settings.
// The output_subdir_name is the name we should use for the subdirectory in
// the build output directory for this toolchain's outputs. The default
// toolchain would use an empty string (it goes in the root build dir).
// Otherwise, it must end in a slash.
Settings(const BuildSettings* build_settings,
const std::string& output_subdir_name);
const BuildSettings* build_settings() const { return build_settings_; }
// The actual Toolchain object pointer is not available on the settings
// object because it might not be resolved yet. Code running after the
// load is complete can ask the Builder for the Toolchain corresponding to
// this label.
const Label& toolchain_label() const { return toolchain_label_; }
void set_toolchain_label(const Label& l) { toolchain_label_ = l; }
const Label& default_toolchain_label() const {
return default_toolchain_label_;
void set_default_toolchain_label(const Label& default_label) {
default_toolchain_label_ = default_label;
// Indicates if this corresponds to the default toolchain.
bool is_default() const {
return toolchain_label_ == default_toolchain_label_;
const OutputFile& toolchain_output_subdir() const {
return toolchain_output_subdir_;
const SourceDir& toolchain_output_dir() const {
return toolchain_output_dir_;
// Directory for generated files.
const SourceDir& toolchain_gen_dir() const { return toolchain_gen_dir_; }
// The import manager caches the result of executing imported files in the
// context of a given settings object.
// See the ItemTree getter in GlobalSettings for why this doesn't return a
// const pointer.
ImportManager& import_manager() const { return import_manager_; }
const Scope* base_config() const { return &base_config_; }
Scope* base_config() { return &base_config_; }
// Set to true when every target we encounter should be generated. False
// means that only targets that have a dependency from (directly or
// indirectly) some magic root node are actually generated. See the comments
// on ItemTree for more.
bool greedy_target_generation() const { return greedy_target_generation_; }
void set_greedy_target_generation(bool gtg) {
greedy_target_generation_ = gtg;
const BuildSettings* build_settings_;
Label toolchain_label_;
Label default_toolchain_label_;
mutable ImportManager import_manager_;
// The subdirectory inside the build output for this toolchain. For the
// default toolchain, this will be empty (since the deafult toolchain's
// output directory is the same as the build directory). When nonempty, this
// is guaranteed to end in a slash.
OutputFile toolchain_output_subdir_;
// Full source file path to the toolchain output directory.
SourceDir toolchain_output_dir_;
SourceDir toolchain_gen_dir_;
Scope base_config_;
bool greedy_target_generation_;