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# SPDX-License-Identifier: ISC
#
# Author: Ulf Magnusson
# https://github.com/ulfalizer/Kconfiglib
# This is Kconfiglib, a Python library for scripting, debugging, and extracting
# information from Kconfig-based configuration systems. To view the
# documentation, run
#
# $ pydoc kconfiglib
#
# or, if you prefer HTML,
#
# $ pydoc -w kconfiglib
#
# The examples/ subdirectory contains examples, to be run with e.g.
#
# $ make scriptconfig SCRIPT=Kconfiglib/examples/print_tree.py
#
# Look in testsuite.py for the test suite.
"""
Kconfiglib is a Python library for scripting and extracting information from
Kconfig-based configuration systems. Features include the following:
- Symbol values and properties can be looked up and values assigned
programmatically.
- .config files can be read and written.
- Expressions can be evaluated in the context of a Kconfig configuration.
- Relations between symbols can be quickly determined, such as finding all
symbols that reference a particular symbol.
- Highly compatible with the scripts/kconfig/*conf utilities. The test suite
automatically compares outputs between Kconfiglib and the C implementation
for a large number of cases.
For the Linux kernel, scripts are run using
$ make scriptconfig [ARCH=<arch>] SCRIPT=<path to script> [SCRIPT_ARG=<arg>]
Using the 'scriptconfig' target ensures that required environment variables
(SRCARCH, ARCH, srctree, KERNELVERSION, etc.) are set up correctly.
Scripts receive the name of the Kconfig file to load in sys.argv[1]. As of
Linux 4.1.0-rc5, this is always "Kconfig" from the kernel top-level directory.
If an argument is provided with SCRIPT_ARG, it appears as sys.argv[2].
To get an interactive Python prompt with Kconfiglib preloaded and a Config
object 'c' created, run
$ make iscriptconfig [ARCH=<arch>]
Kconfiglib supports both Python 2 and Python 3. For (i)scriptconfig, the Python
interpreter to use can be passed in PYTHONCMD, which defaults to 'python'. PyPy
works well too, and might give a nice speedup for long-running jobs.
The examples/ directory contains short example scripts, which can be run with
e.g.
$ make scriptconfig SCRIPT=Kconfiglib/examples/print_tree.py
or
$ make scriptconfig SCRIPT=Kconfiglib/examples/help_grep.py SCRIPT_ARG=kernel
testsuite.py contains the test suite. See the top of the script for how to run
it.
Credits: Written by Ulf "Ulfalizer" Magnusson
Send bug reports, suggestions and other feedback to ulfalizer a.t Google's
email service. Don't wrestle with internal APIs. Tell me what you need and I
might add it in a safe way as a client API instead."""
import os
import platform
import re
import sys
# File layout:
#
# Public classes
# Public functions
# Internal classes
# Internal functions
# Internal global constants
# Line length: 79 columns
#
# Public classes
#
class Config(object):
"""Represents a Kconfig configuration, e.g. for i386 or ARM. This is the
set of symbols and other items appearing in the configuration together with
their values. Creating any number of Config objects -- including for
different architectures -- is safe; Kconfiglib has no global state."""
#
# Public interface
#
def __init__(self, filename="Kconfig", base_dir=None, print_warnings=True,
print_undef_assign=False):
"""Creates a new Config object, representing a Kconfig configuration.
Raises Kconfig_Syntax_Error on syntax errors.
filename (default: "Kconfig"): The base Kconfig file of the
configuration. For the Linux kernel, you'll probably want "Kconfig"
from the top-level directory, as environment variables will make
sure the right Kconfig is included from there
(arch/<architecture>/Kconfig). If you are using Kconfiglib via 'make
scriptconfig', the filename of the base base Kconfig file will be in
sys.argv[1].
base_dir (default: None): The base directory relative to which 'source'
statements within Kconfig files will work. For the Linux kernel this
should be the top-level directory of the kernel tree. $-references
to existing environment variables will be expanded.
If None (the default), the environment variable 'srctree' will be
used if set, and the current directory otherwise. 'srctree' is set
by the Linux makefiles to the top-level kernel directory. A default
of "." would not work with an alternative build directory.
print_warnings (default: True): Set to True if warnings related to this
configuration should be printed to stderr. This can be changed later
with Config.set_print_warnings(). It is provided as a constructor
argument since warnings might be generated during parsing.
print_undef_assign (default: False): Set to True if informational
messages related to assignments to undefined symbols should be
printed to stderr for this configuration. Can be changed later with
Config.set_print_undef_assign()."""
# The set of all symbols, indexed by name (a string)
self.syms = {}
# Python 2/3 compatibility hack. This is the only one needed.
self.syms_iter = self.syms.values if sys.version_info[0] >= 3 else \
self.syms.itervalues
# The set of all defined symbols in the configuration in the order they
# appear in the Kconfig files. This excludes the special symbols n, m,
# and y as well as symbols that are referenced but never defined.
self.kconfig_syms = []
# The set of all named choices (yes, choices can have names), indexed
# by name (a string)
self.named_choices = {}
# Lists containing all choices, menus and comments in the configuration
self.choices = []
self.menus = []
self.comments = []
def register_special_symbol(type_, name, val):
sym = Symbol()
sym.is_special_ = True
sym.is_defined_ = True
sym.config = self
sym.name = name
sym.type = type_
sym.cached_val = val
self.syms[name] = sym
return sym
# The special symbols n, m and y, used as shorthand for "n", "m" and
# "y"
self.n = register_special_symbol(TRISTATE, "n", "n")
self.m = register_special_symbol(TRISTATE, "m", "m")
self.y = register_special_symbol(TRISTATE, "y", "y")
# DEFCONFIG_LIST uses this
register_special_symbol(STRING, "UNAME_RELEASE", platform.uname()[2])
# The symbol with "option defconfig_list" set, containing a list of
# default .config files
self.defconfig_sym = None
# See Symbol.get_(src)arch()
self.arch = os.environ.get("ARCH")
self.srcarch = os.environ.get("SRCARCH")
# If you set CONFIG_ in the environment, Kconfig will prefix all symbols
# with its value when saving the configuration, instead of using the default, "CONFIG_".
self.config_prefix = os.environ.get("CONFIG_")
if self.config_prefix is None:
self.config_prefix = "CONFIG_"
# See Config.__init__(). We need this for get_defconfig_filename().
self.srctree = os.environ.get("srctree")
if self.srctree is None:
self.srctree = "."
self.filename = filename
self.base_dir = self.srctree if base_dir is None else \
os.path.expandvars(base_dir)
# The 'mainmenu' text
self.mainmenu_text = None
# The filename of the most recently loaded .config file
self.config_filename = None
# The textual header of the most recently loaded .config, uncommented
self.config_header = None
self.print_warnings = print_warnings
self.print_undef_assign = print_undef_assign
self._warnings = []
# For parsing routines that stop when finding a line belonging to a
# different construct, these holds that line and the tokenized version
# of that line. The purpose is to avoid having to re-tokenize the line,
# which is inefficient and causes problems when recording references to
# symbols.
self.end_line = None
self.end_line_tokens = None
# See the comment in _parse_expr().
self._cur_item = None
self._line = None
self._filename = None
self._linenr = None
self._transform_m = None
# Parse the Kconfig files
self.top_block = []
self._parse_file(filename, None, None, None, self.top_block)
# Build Symbol.dep for all symbols
self._build_dep()
def get_arch(self):
"""Returns the value the environment variable ARCH had at the time the
Config instance was created, or None if ARCH was not set. For the
kernel, this corresponds to the architecture being built for, with
values such as "i386" or "mips"."""
return self.arch
def get_srcarch(self):
"""Returns the value the environment variable SRCARCH had at the time
the Config instance was created, or None if SRCARCH was not set. For
the kernel, this corresponds to the particular arch/ subdirectory
containing architecture-specific code."""
return self.srcarch
def get_srctree(self):
"""Returns the value the environment variable srctree had at the time
the Config instance was created, or None if srctree was not defined.
This variable points to the source directory and is used when building
in a separate directory."""
return self.srctree
def get_base_dir(self):
"""Returns the base directory relative to which 'source' statements
will work, passed as an argument to Config.__init__()."""
return self.base_dir
def get_kconfig_filename(self):
"""Returns the name of the (base) kconfig file this configuration was
loaded from."""
return self.filename
def get_config_filename(self):
"""Returns the filename of the most recently loaded configuration file,
or None if no configuration has been loaded."""
return self.config_filename
def get_config_header(self):
"""Returns the (uncommented) textual header of the .config file most
recently loaded with load_config(). Returns None if no .config file has
been loaded or if the most recently loaded .config file has no header.
The header consists of all lines up to but not including the first line
that either
1. Does not start with "#"
2. Has the form "# CONFIG_FOO is not set."
"""
return self.config_header
def get_mainmenu_text(self):
"""Returns the text of the 'mainmenu' statement (with $-references to
symbols replaced by symbol values), or None if the configuration has no
'mainmenu' statement."""
return None if self.mainmenu_text is None else \
self._expand_sym_refs(self.mainmenu_text)
def get_defconfig_filename(self):
"""Returns the name of the defconfig file, which is the first existing
file in the list given in a symbol having 'option defconfig_list' set.
$-references to symbols will be expanded ("$FOO bar" -> "foo bar" if
FOO has the value "foo"). Returns None in case of no defconfig file.
Setting 'option defconfig_list' on multiple symbols currently results
in undefined behavior.
If the environment variable 'srctree' was set when the Config was
created, get_defconfig_filename() will first look relative to that
directory before looking in the current directory; see
Config.__init__().
WARNING: A wart here is that scripts/kconfig/Makefile sometimes uses
the --defconfig=<defconfig> option when calling the C implementation of
e.g. 'make defconfig'. This option overrides the 'option
defconfig_list' symbol, meaning the result from
get_defconfig_filename() might not match what 'make defconfig' would
use. That probably ought to be worked around somehow, so that this
function always gives the "expected" result."""
if self.defconfig_sym is None:
return None
for filename, cond_expr in self.defconfig_sym.def_exprs:
if self._eval_expr(cond_expr) == "y":
filename = self._expand_sym_refs(filename)
# We first look in $srctree. os.path.join() won't work here as
# an absolute path in filename would override $srctree.
srctree_filename = os.path.normpath(self.srctree + "/" +
filename)
if os.path.exists(srctree_filename):
return srctree_filename
if os.path.exists(filename):
return filename
return None
def get_symbol(self, name):
"""Returns the symbol with name 'name', or None if no such symbol
appears in the configuration. An alternative shorthand is conf[name],
where conf is a Config instance, though that will instead raise
KeyError if the symbol does not exist."""
return self.syms.get(name)
def __getitem__(self, name):
"""Returns the symbol with name 'name'. Raises KeyError if the symbol
does not appear in the configuration."""
return self.syms[name]
def get_symbols(self, all_symbols=True):
"""Returns a list of symbols from the configuration. An alternative for
iterating over all defined symbols (in the order of definition) is
for sym in config:
...
which relies on Config implementing __iter__() and is equivalent to
for sym in config.get_symbols(False):
...
all_symbols (default: True): If True, all symbols -- including special
and undefined symbols -- will be included in the result, in an
undefined order. If False, only symbols actually defined and not
merely referred to in the configuration will be included in the
result, and will appear in the order that they are defined within
the Kconfig configuration files."""
return list(self.syms.values()) if all_symbols else self.kconfig_syms
def __iter__(self):
"""Convenience function for iterating over the set of all defined
symbols in the configuration, used like
for sym in conf:
...
The iteration happens in the order of definition within the Kconfig
configuration files. Symbols only referred to but not defined will not
be included, nor will the special symbols n, m, and y. If you want to
include such symbols as well, see config.get_symbols()."""
return iter(self.kconfig_syms)
def get_choices(self):
"""Returns a list containing all choice statements in the
configuration, in the order they appear in the Kconfig files."""
return self.choices
def get_menus(self):
"""Returns a list containing all menus in the configuration, in the
order they appear in the Kconfig files."""
return self.menus
def get_comments(self):
"""Returns a list containing all comments in the configuration, in the
order they appear in the Kconfig files."""
return self.comments
def get_top_level_items(self):
"""Returns a list containing the items (symbols, menus, choices, and
comments) at the top level of the configuration -- that is, all items
that do not appear within a menu or choice. The items appear in the
same order as within the configuration."""
return self.top_block
def load_config(self, filename, replace=True):
"""Loads symbol values from a file in the familiar .config format.
Equivalent to calling Symbol.set_user_value() to set each of the
values.
"# CONFIG_FOO is not set" within a .config file is treated specially
and sets the user value of FOO to 'n'. The C implementation works the
same way.
filename: The .config file to load. $-references to existing
environment variables will be expanded. For scripts to work even when
an alternative build directory is used with the Linux kernel, you
need to refer to the top-level kernel directory with "$srctree".
replace (default: True): True if the configuration should replace the
old configuration; False if it should add to it.
Returns a list or warnings (hopefully empty)
"""
self._warnings = []
# Regular expressions for parsing .config files
_set_re_match = re.compile(r"{}(\w+)=(.*)".format(self.config_prefix)).match
_unset_re_match = re.compile(r"# {}(\w+) is not set".format(self.config_prefix)).match
# Put this first so that a missing file doesn't screw up our state
filename = os.path.expandvars(filename)
line_feeder = _FileFeed(filename)
self.config_filename = filename
#
# Read header
#
def is_header_line(line):
return line is not None and line.startswith("#") and \
not _unset_re_match(line)
self.config_header = None
line = line_feeder.peek_next()
if is_header_line(line):
self.config_header = ""
while is_header_line(line_feeder.peek_next()):
self.config_header += line_feeder.get_next()[1:]
# Remove trailing newline
if self.config_header.endswith("\n"):
self.config_header = self.config_header[:-1]
#
# Read assignments. Hotspot for some workloads.
#
def warn_override(filename, linenr, name, old_user_val, new_user_val):
self._warn('overriding the value of {0}. '
'Old value: "{1}", new value: "{2}".'
.format(name, old_user_val, new_user_val),
filename, linenr)
# Invalidate everything to keep things simple. It might be possible to
# improve performance for the case where multiple configurations are
# loaded by only invalidating a symbol (and its dependent symbols) if
# the new user value differs from the old. One complication would be
# that symbols not mentioned in the .config must lose their user value
# when replace = True, which is the usual case.
if replace:
self.unset_user_values()
else:
self._invalidate_all()
while 1:
line = line_feeder.get_next()
if line is None:
return self._warnings
line = line.rstrip()
set_match = _set_re_match(line)
if set_match:
name, val = set_match.groups()
if val.startswith('"'):
if len(val) < 2 or val[-1] != '"':
_parse_error(line, "malformed string literal",
line_feeder.filename, line_feeder.linenr)
# Strip quotes and remove escapings. The unescaping
# procedure should be safe since " can only appear as \"
# inside the string.
val = val[1:-1].replace('\\"', '"').replace("\\\\", "\\")
if name in self.syms:
sym = self.syms[name]
if sym.user_val is not None:
warn_override(line_feeder.filename, line_feeder.linenr,
name, sym.user_val, val)
if sym.is_choice_sym:
user_mode = sym.parent.user_mode
if user_mode is not None and user_mode != val:
self._warn("assignment to {0} changes mode of "
'containing choice from "{1}" to "{2}".'
.format(name, val, user_mode),
line_feeder.filename,
line_feeder.linenr)
sym._set_user_value_no_invalidate(val, True)
else:
if self.print_undef_assign:
_stderr_msg('note: attempt to assign the value "{0}" '
"to the undefined symbol {1}."
.format(val, name),
line_feeder.filename, line_feeder.linenr)
else:
unset_match = _unset_re_match(line)
if unset_match:
name = unset_match.group(1)
if name in self.syms:
sym = self.syms[name]
if sym.user_val is not None:
warn_override(line_feeder.filename,
line_feeder.linenr,
name, sym.user_val, "n")
sym._set_user_value_no_invalidate("n", True)
def write_config(self, filename, header=None):
"""Writes out symbol values in the familiar .config format.
Kconfiglib makes sure the format matches what the C implementation
would generate, down to whitespace. This eases testing.
filename: The filename under which to save the configuration.
header (default: None): A textual header that will appear at the
beginning of the file, with each line commented out automatically.
None means no header."""
for sym in self.syms_iter():
sym.already_written = False
with open(filename, "w") as f:
# Write header
if header is not None:
f.write(_comment(header) + "\n")
# Build and write configuration
conf_strings = []
_make_block_conf(self.top_block, conf_strings.append)
f.write("\n".join(conf_strings) + "\n")
def eval(self, s):
"""Returns the value of the expression 's' -- where 's' is represented
as a string -- in the context of the configuration. Raises
Kconfig_Syntax_Error if syntax errors are detected in 's'.
For example, if FOO and BAR are tristate symbols at least one of which
has the value "y", then config.eval("y && (FOO || BAR)") => "y"
This function always yields a tristate value. To get the value of
non-bool, non-tristate symbols, use Symbol.get_value().
The result of this function is consistent with how evaluation works for
conditional expressions in the configuration as well as in the C
implementation. "m" and m are rewritten as '"m" && MODULES' and 'm &&
MODULES', respectively, and a result of "m" will get promoted to "y" if
we're running without modules.
Syntax checking is somewhat lax, partly to be compatible with lax
parsing in the C implementation."""
return self._eval_expr(self._parse_expr(self._tokenize(s, True), # Feed
None, # Current symbol/choice
s)) # line
def unset_user_values(self):
"""Resets the values of all symbols, as if Config.load_config() or
Symbol.set_user_value() had never been called."""
for sym in self.syms_iter():
sym._unset_user_value_no_recursive_invalidate()
def set_print_warnings(self, print_warnings):
"""Determines whether warnings related to this configuration (for
things like attempting to assign illegal values to symbols with
Symbol.set_user_value()) should be printed to stderr.
print_warnings: True if warnings should be printed."""
self.print_warnings = print_warnings
def set_print_undef_assign(self, print_undef_assign):
"""Determines whether informational messages related to assignments to
undefined symbols should be printed to stderr for this configuration.
print_undef_assign: If True, such messages will be printed."""
self.print_undef_assign = print_undef_assign
def __str__(self):
"""Returns a string containing various information about the Config."""
return _lines("Configuration",
"File : " +
self.filename,
"Base directory : " +
self.base_dir,
"Value of $ARCH at creation time : " +
("(not set)" if self.arch is None else self.arch),
"Value of $SRCARCH at creation time : " +
("(not set)" if self.srcarch is None else
self.srcarch),
"Source tree (derived from $srctree;",
"defaults to '.' if $srctree isn't set) : " +
self.srctree,
"Most recently loaded .config : " +
("(no .config loaded)"
if self.config_filename is None else
self.config_filename),
"Print warnings : " +
BOOL_STR[self.print_warnings],
"Print assignments to undefined symbols : " +
BOOL_STR[self.print_undef_assign])
#
# Private methods
#
#
# Kconfig parsing
#
def _parse_file(self, filename, parent, deps, visible_if_deps, block):
"""Parses the Kconfig file 'filename'. Appends the Items in the file
(and any file it sources) to the list passed in the 'block' parameter.
See _parse_block() for the meaning of the parameters."""
self._parse_block(_FileFeed(filename), None, parent, deps,
visible_if_deps, block)
def _parse_block(self, line_feeder, end_marker, parent, deps,
visible_if_deps, block):
"""Parses a block, which is the contents of either a file or an if,
menu, or choice statement. Appends the Items to the list passed in the
'block' parameter.
line_feeder: A _FileFeed instance feeding lines from a file. The
Kconfig language is line-based in practice.
end_marker: The token that ends the block, e.g. T_ENDIF ("endif") for
ifs. None for files.
parent: The enclosing menu or choice, or None if we're at the top
level.
deps: Dependencies from enclosing menus, choices and ifs.
visible_if_deps (default: None): 'visible if' dependencies from
enclosing menus.
block: The list to add items to."""
while 1:
# Do we already have a tokenized line that we determined wasn't
# part of whatever we were parsing earlier? See comment in
# Config.__init__().
if self.end_line is not None:
line = self.end_line
tokens = self.end_line_tokens
tokens.unget_all()
self.end_line = None
self.end_line_tokens = None
else:
line = line_feeder.get_next()
if line is None:
if end_marker is not None:
raise Kconfig_Syntax_Error("Unexpected end of file {0}"
.format(line_feeder.filename))
return
tokens = self._tokenize(line, False, line_feeder.filename,
line_feeder.linenr)
t0 = tokens.get_next()
if t0 is None:
continue
# Cases are ordered roughly by frequency, which speeds things up a
# bit
if t0 == T_CONFIG or t0 == T_MENUCONFIG:
# The tokenizer will automatically allocate a new Symbol object
# for any new names it encounters, so we don't need to worry
# about that here.
sym = tokens.get_next()
# Symbols defined in multiple places get the parent of their
# first definition. However, for symbols whose parents are
# choice statements, the choice statement takes precedence.
if not sym.is_defined_ or isinstance(parent, Choice):
sym.parent = parent
sym.is_defined_ = True
self._parse_properties(line_feeder, sym, deps, visible_if_deps)
self.kconfig_syms.append(sym)
block.append(sym)
elif t0 == T_SOURCE:
kconfig_file = tokens.get_next()
exp_kconfig_file = self._expand_sym_refs(kconfig_file)
f = os.path.join(self.base_dir, exp_kconfig_file)
if not os.path.exists(f):
raise IOError('{0}:{1}: sourced file "{2}" (expands to '
'"{3}") not found. Perhaps base_dir '
'(argument to Config.__init__(), currently '
'"{4}") is set to the wrong value.'
.format(line_feeder.filename,
line_feeder.linenr,
kconfig_file, exp_kconfig_file,
self.base_dir))
# Add items to the same block
self._parse_file(f, parent, deps, visible_if_deps, block)
elif t0 == end_marker:
# We have reached the end of the block
return
elif t0 == T_IF:
# If statements are treated as syntactic sugar for adding
# dependencies to enclosed items and do not have an explicit
# object representation.
dep_expr = self._parse_expr(tokens, None, line,
line_feeder.filename,
line_feeder.linenr)
# Add items to the same block
self._parse_block(line_feeder, T_ENDIF, parent,
_make_and(dep_expr, deps),
visible_if_deps, block)
elif t0 == T_COMMENT:
comment = Comment()
comment.config = self
comment.parent = parent
comment.filename = line_feeder.filename
comment.linenr = line_feeder.linenr
comment.text = tokens.get_next()
self._parse_properties(line_feeder, comment, deps,
visible_if_deps)
self.comments.append(comment)
block.append(comment)
elif t0 == T_MENU:
menu = Menu()
menu.config = self
menu.parent = parent
menu.filename = line_feeder.filename
menu.linenr = line_feeder.linenr
menu.title = tokens.get_next()
self._parse_properties(line_feeder, menu, deps,
visible_if_deps)
# This needs to go before _parse_block() so that we get the
# proper menu ordering in the case of nested functions
self.menus.append(menu)
# Parse contents and put Items in menu.block
self._parse_block(line_feeder, T_ENDMENU, menu, menu.dep_expr,
_make_and(visible_if_deps,
menu.visible_if_expr),
menu.block)
block.append(menu)
elif t0 == T_CHOICE:
name = tokens.get_next()
if name is None:
choice = Choice()
self.choices.append(choice)
else:
# Named choice
choice = self.named_choices.get(name)
if choice is None:
choice = Choice()
choice.name = name
self.named_choices[name] = choice
self.choices.append(choice)
choice.config = self
choice.parent = parent
choice.def_locations.append((line_feeder.filename,
line_feeder.linenr))
self._parse_properties(line_feeder, choice, deps,
visible_if_deps)
# Parse contents and put Items in choice.block
self._parse_block(line_feeder, T_ENDCHOICE, choice, deps,
visible_if_deps, choice.block)
choice._determine_actual_symbols()
# If no type is specified for the choice, its type is that of
# the first choice item with a specified type
if choice.type == UNKNOWN:
for item in choice.actual_symbols:
if item.type != UNKNOWN:
choice.type = item.type
break
# Each choice item of UNKNOWN type gets the type of the choice
for item in choice.actual_symbols:
if item.type == UNKNOWN:
item.type = choice.type
block.append(choice)
elif t0 == T_MAINMENU:
text = tokens.get_next()
if self.mainmenu_text is not None:
self._warn("overriding 'mainmenu' text. "
'Old value: "{0}", new value: "{1}".'
.format(self.mainmenu_text, text),
line_feeder.filename, line_feeder.linenr)
self.mainmenu_text = text
else:
_parse_error(line, "unrecognized construct",
line_feeder.filename, line_feeder.linenr)
def _parse_properties(self, line_feeder, stmt, deps, visible_if_deps):
"""Parsing of properties for symbols, menus, choices, and comments.
Takes care of propagating dependencies from enclosing menus and ifs."""
def parse_val_and_cond(tokens, line, filename, linenr):
"""Parses '<expr1> if <expr2>' constructs, where the 'if' part is
optional. Returns a tuple containing the parsed expressions, with
None as the second element if the 'if' part is missing."""
return (self._parse_expr(tokens, stmt, line, filename, linenr,
False),
self._parse_expr(tokens, stmt, line, filename, linenr)
if tokens.check(T_IF) else None)
# In case the symbol is defined in multiple locations, we need to
# remember what prompts, defaults, selects, and implies are new for
# this definition, as "depends on" should only apply to the local
# definition.
new_prompt = None
new_def_exprs = []
new_selects = []
new_implies = []
# Dependencies from 'depends on' statements
depends_on_expr = None
while 1:
line = line_feeder.get_next()
if line is None:
break
filename = line_feeder.filename
linenr = line_feeder.linenr
tokens = self._tokenize(line, False, filename, linenr)
t0 = tokens.get_next()
if t0 is None:
continue
# Cases are ordered roughly by frequency, which speeds things up a
# bit
if t0 == T_DEPENDS:
if not tokens.check(T_ON):
_parse_error(line, 'expected "on" after "depends"',
filename, linenr)
parsed_deps = self._parse_expr(tokens, stmt, line, filename,
linenr)
if isinstance(stmt, (Menu, Comment)):
stmt.orig_deps = _make_and(stmt.orig_deps, parsed_deps)
else:
depends_on_expr = _make_and(depends_on_expr, parsed_deps)
elif t0 == T_HELP:
# Find first non-blank (not all-space) line and get its
# indentation
line = line_feeder.next_nonblank()
if line is None:
stmt.help = ""
break
indent = _indentation(line)
if indent == 0:
# If the first non-empty lines has zero indent, there is no
# help text
stmt.help = ""
line_feeder.unget()
break
# The help text goes on till the first non-empty line with less
# indent
help_lines = [_deindent(line, indent)]
while 1:
line = line_feeder.get_next()
if line is None or \
(not line.isspace() and _indentation(line) < indent):
stmt.help = "".join(help_lines)
break
help_lines.append(_deindent(line, indent))
if line is None:
break
line_feeder.unget()
elif t0 == T_SELECT:
target = tokens.get_next()
stmt.referenced_syms.add(target)
stmt.selected_syms.add(target)
new_selects.append(
(target,
self._parse_expr(tokens, stmt, line, filename, linenr)
if tokens.check(T_IF) else None))
elif t0 == T_IMPLY:
target = tokens.get_next()
stmt.referenced_syms.add(target)
stmt.implied_syms.add(target)
new_implies.append(
(target,
self._parse_expr(tokens, stmt, line, filename, linenr)
if tokens.check(T_IF) else None))
elif t0 in (T_BOOL, T_TRISTATE, T_INT, T_HEX, T_STRING):
stmt.type = TOKEN_TO_TYPE[t0]
if tokens.peek_next() is not None:
new_prompt = parse_val_and_cond(tokens, line, filename,
linenr)
elif t0 == T_DEFAULT:
new_def_exprs.append(parse_val_and_cond(tokens, line, filename,
linenr))
elif t0 == T_DEF_BOOL:
stmt.type = BOOL
if tokens.peek_next() is not None:
new_def_exprs.append(parse_val_and_cond(tokens, line,
filename, linenr))
elif t0 == T_PROMPT:
# 'prompt' properties override each other within a single
# definition of a symbol, but additional prompts can be added
# by defining the symbol multiple times; hence 'new_prompt'
# instead of 'prompt'.
new_prompt = parse_val_and_cond(tokens, line, filename, linenr)
elif t0 == T_RANGE:
low = tokens.get_next()
high = tokens.get_next()
stmt.referenced_syms.add(low)
stmt.referenced_syms.add(high)
stmt.ranges.append(
(low, high,
self._parse_expr(tokens, stmt, line, filename, linenr)
if tokens.check(T_IF) else None))
elif t0 == T_DEF_TRISTATE:
stmt.type = TRISTATE
if tokens.peek_next() is not None:
new_def_exprs.append(parse_val_and_cond(tokens, line,
filename, linenr))
elif t0 == T_OPTION:
if tokens.check(T_ENV) and tokens.check(T_EQUAL):
env_var = tokens.get_next()
stmt.is_special_ = True
stmt.is_from_env = True
if env_var not in os.environ:
self._warn("The symbol {0} references the "
"non-existent environment variable {1} and "
"will get the empty string as its value. "
"If you're using Kconfiglib via "
"'make (i)scriptconfig', it should have "
"set up the environment correctly for you. "
"If you still got this message, that "
"might be an error, and you should email "
"ulfalizer a.t Google's email service."""
.format(stmt.name, env_var),
filename, linenr)
stmt.cached_val = ""
else:
stmt.cached_val = os.environ[env_var]
elif tokens.check(T_DEFCONFIG_LIST):
self.defconfig_sym = stmt
elif tokens.check(T_MODULES):
# To reduce warning spam, only warn if 'option modules' is
# set on some symbol that isn't MODULES, which should be
# safe. I haven't run into any projects that make use
# modules besides the kernel yet, and there it's likely to
# keep being called "MODULES".
if stmt.name != "MODULES":
self._warn("the 'modules' option is not supported. "
"Let me know if this is a problem for you; "
"it shouldn't be that hard to implement. "
"(Note that modules are still supported -- "
"Kconfiglib just assumes the symbol name "
"MODULES, like older versions of the C "
"implementation did when 'option modules' "
"wasn't used.)",
filename, linenr)
elif tokens.check(T_ALLNOCONFIG_Y):
if not isinstance(stmt, Symbol):
_parse_error(line,
"the 'allnoconfig_y' option is only "
"valid for symbols",
filename, linenr)
stmt.allnoconfig_y = True
else:
_parse_error(line, "unrecognized option", filename, linenr)
elif t0 == T_VISIBLE:
if not tokens.check(T_IF):
_parse_error(line, 'expected "if" after "visible"',
filename, linenr)
if not isinstance(stmt, Menu):
_parse_error(line,
"'visible if' is only valid for menus",
filename, linenr)
parsed_deps = self._parse_expr(tokens, stmt, line, filename,
linenr)
stmt.visible_if_expr = _make_and(stmt.visible_if_expr,
parsed_deps)
elif t0 == T_OPTIONAL:
if not isinstance(stmt, Choice):
_parse_error(line,
'"optional" is only valid for choices',
filename,
linenr)
stmt.optional = True
else:
# See comment in Config.__init__()
self.end_line = line
self.end_line_tokens = tokens
break
# Done parsing properties. Now propagate 'depends on' and enclosing
# menu/if dependencies to expressions.
# The set of symbols referenced directly by the statement plus all
# symbols referenced by enclosing menus and ifs
stmt.all_referenced_syms = stmt.referenced_syms | _get_expr_syms(deps)
# Save original dependencies from enclosing menus and ifs
stmt.deps_from_containing = deps
if isinstance(stmt, (Menu, Comment)):
stmt.dep_expr = _make_and(stmt.orig_deps, deps)
else:
# Symbol or Choice
# See comment for 'menu_dep'
stmt.menu_dep = _make_and(deps, depends_on_expr)
# Propagate dependencies to prompts
if new_prompt is not None:
prompt, cond_expr = new_prompt
# Propagate 'visible if' dependencies from menus and local
# 'depends on' dependencies
cond_expr = _make_and(_make_and(cond_expr, visible_if_deps),
depends_on_expr)
# Save original
stmt.orig_prompts.append((prompt, cond_expr))
# Finalize with dependencies from enclosing menus and ifs
stmt.prompts.append((prompt, _make_and(cond_expr, deps)))
# Propagate dependencies to defaults
# Propagate 'depends on' dependencies
new_def_exprs = [(val_expr, _make_and(cond_expr, depends_on_expr))
for val_expr, cond_expr in new_def_exprs]
# Save original
stmt.orig_def_exprs.extend(new_def_exprs)
# Finalize with dependencies from enclosing menus and ifs
stmt.def_exprs.extend([(val_expr, _make_and(cond_expr, deps))
for val_expr, cond_expr in new_def_exprs])
# Propagate dependencies to selects and implies
# Only symbols can select and imply
if isinstance(stmt, Symbol):
# Propagate 'depends on' dependencies
new_selects = [(target, _make_and(cond_expr, depends_on_expr))
for target, cond_expr in new_selects]
new_implies = [(target, _make_and(cond_expr, depends_on_expr))
for target, cond_expr in new_implies]
# Save original
stmt.orig_selects.extend(new_selects)
stmt.orig_implies.extend(new_implies)
# Finalize with dependencies from enclosing menus and ifs
for target, cond in new_selects:
target.rev_dep = \
_make_or(target.rev_dep,
_make_and(stmt, _make_and(cond, deps)))
for target, cond in new_implies:
target.weak_rev_dep = \
_make_or(target.weak_rev_dep,
_make_and(stmt, _make_and(cond, deps)))
def _parse_expr(self, feed, cur_item, line, filename=None, linenr=None,
transform_m=True):
"""Parses an expression from the tokens in 'feed' using a simple
top-down approach. The result has the form
'(<operator>, [<parsed operands>])', where <operator> is e.g.
kconfiglib.AND. If there is only one operand (i.e., no && or ||), then
the operand is returned directly. This also goes for subexpressions.
feed: _Feed instance containing the tokens for the expression.
cur_item: The item (Symbol, Choice, Menu, or Comment) currently being
parsed, or None if we're not parsing an item. Used for recording
references to symbols.
line: The line containing the expression being parsed.
filename (default: None): The file containing the expression.
linenr (default: None): The line number containing the expression.
transform_m (default: False): Determines if 'm' should be rewritten to
'm && MODULES' -- see parse_val_and_cond().
Expression grammar, in decreasing order of precedence:
<expr> -> <symbol>
<symbol> '=' <symbol>
<symbol> '!=' <symbol>
'(' <expr> ')'
'!' <expr>
<expr> '&&' <expr>
<expr> '||' <expr>"""
# Use instance variables to avoid having to pass these as arguments
# through the top-down parser in _parse_expr_rec(), which is tedious
# and obfuscates the code. A profiler run shows no noticeable
# performance difference.
self._cur_item = cur_item
self._transform_m = transform_m
self._line = line
self._filename = filename
self._linenr = linenr
return self._parse_expr_rec(feed)
def _parse_expr_rec(self, feed):
or_term = self._parse_or_term(feed)
if not feed.check(T_OR):
# Common case -- no need for an OR node since it's just a single
# operand
return or_term
or_terms = [or_term, self._parse_or_term(feed)]
while feed.check(T_OR):
or_terms.append(self._parse_or_term(feed))
return (OR, or_terms)
def _parse_or_term(self, feed):
and_term = self._parse_factor(feed)
if not feed.check(T_AND):
# Common case -- no need for an AND node since it's just a single
# operand
return and_term
and_terms = [and_term, self._parse_factor(feed)]
while feed.check(T_AND):
and_terms.append(self._parse_factor(feed))
return (AND, and_terms)
def _parse_factor(self, feed):
token = feed.get_next()
if isinstance(token, (Symbol, str)):
if self._cur_item is not None and isinstance(token, Symbol):
self._cur_item.referenced_syms.add(token)
next_token = feed.peek_next()
# For conditional expressions ('depends on <expr>',
# '... if <expr>', # etc.), "m" and m are rewritten to
# "m" && MODULES.
if next_token != T_EQUAL and next_token != T_UNEQUAL:
if self._transform_m and (token is self.m or token == "m"):
return (AND, ["m", self._sym_lookup("MODULES")])
return token
relation = EQUAL if (feed.get_next() == T_EQUAL) else UNEQUAL
token_2 = feed.get_next()
if self._cur_item is not None and isinstance(token_2, Symbol):
self._cur_item.referenced_syms.add(token_2)
return (relation, token, token_2)
if token == T_NOT:
return (NOT, self._parse_factor(feed))
if token == T_OPEN_PAREN:
expr_parse = self._parse_expr_rec(feed)
if not feed.check(T_CLOSE_PAREN):
_parse_error(self._line, "missing end parenthesis",
self._filename, self._linenr)
return expr_parse
_parse_error(self._line, "malformed expression", self._filename,
self._linenr)
def _tokenize(self, s, for_eval, filename=None, linenr=None):
"""Returns a _Feed instance containing tokens derived from the string
's'. Registers any new symbols encountered (via _sym_lookup()).
(I experimented with a pure regular expression implementation, but it
came out slower, less readable, and wouldn't have been as flexible.)
for_eval: True when parsing an expression for a call to Config.eval(),
in which case we should not treat the first token specially nor
register new symbols."""
s = s.strip()
if s == "" or s[0] == "#":
return _Feed([])
if for_eval:
previous = None # The previous token seen
tokens = []
i = 0 # The current index in the string being tokenized
else:
# The initial word on a line is parsed specially. Let
# command_chars = [A-Za-z0-9_]. Then
# - leading non-command_chars characters are ignored, and
# - the first token consists the following one or more
# command_chars characters.
# This is why things like "----help--" are accepted.
initial_token_match = _initial_token_re_match(s)
if initial_token_match is None:
return _Feed([])
keyword = _get_keyword(initial_token_match.group(1))
if keyword == T_HELP:
# Avoid junk after "help", e.g. "---", being registered as a
# symbol
return _Feed([T_HELP])
if keyword is None:
# We expect a keyword as the first token
_tokenization_error(s, filename, linenr)
previous = keyword
tokens = [keyword]
# The current index in the string being tokenized
i = initial_token_match.end()
# _tokenize() is a hotspot during parsing, and this speeds things up a
# bit
strlen = len(s)
append = tokens.append
# Main tokenization loop. (Handles tokens past the first one.)
while i < strlen:
# Test for an identifier/keyword preceded by whitespace first; this
# is the most common case.
id_keyword_match = _id_keyword_re_match(s, i)
if id_keyword_match:
# We have an identifier or keyword. The above also stripped any
# whitespace for us.
name = id_keyword_match.group(1)
# Jump past it
i = id_keyword_match.end()
keyword = _get_keyword(name)
if keyword is not None:
# It's a keyword
append(keyword)
elif previous in STRING_LEX:
# What would ordinarily be considered an identifier is
# treated as a string after certain tokens
append(name)
else:
# It's a symbol name. _sym_lookup() will take care of
# allocating a new Symbol instance if it's the first time
# we see it.
sym = self._sym_lookup(name, for_eval)
if previous == T_CONFIG or previous == T_MENUCONFIG:
# If the previous token is T_(MENU)CONFIG
# ("(menu)config"), we're tokenizing the first line of
# a symbol definition, and should remember this as a
# location where the symbol is defined
sym.def_locations.append((filename, linenr))
else:
# Otherwise, it's a reference to the symbol
sym.ref_locations.append((filename, linenr))
append(sym)
else:
# Not an identifier/keyword
while i < strlen and s[i].isspace():
i += 1
if i == strlen:
break
c = s[i]
i += 1
# String literal (constant symbol)
if c == '"' or c == "'":
if "\\" in s:
# Slow path: This could probably be sped up, but it's a
# very unusual case anyway.
quote = c
val = ""
while 1:
if i >= len(s):
_tokenization_error(s, filename, linenr)
c = s[i]
if c == quote:
break
if c == "\\":
if i + 1 >= len(s):
_tokenization_error(s, filename, linenr)
val += s[i + 1]
i += 2
else:
val += c
i += 1
i += 1
append(val)
else:
# Fast path: If the string contains no backslashes
# (almost always) we can simply look for the matching
# quote.
end = s.find(c, i)
if end == -1:
_tokenization_error(s, filename, linenr)
append(s[i:end])
i = end + 1
elif c == "&":
# Invalid characters are ignored
if i >= len(s) or s[i] != "&": continue
append(T_AND)
i += 1
elif c == "|":
# Invalid characters are ignored
if i >= len(s) or s[i] != "|": continue
append(T_OR)
i += 1
elif c == "!":
if i < len(s) and s[i] == "=":
append(T_UNEQUAL)
i += 1
else:
append(T_NOT)
elif c == "=": append(T_EQUAL)
elif c == "(": append(T_OPEN_PAREN)
elif c == ")": append(T_CLOSE_PAREN)
elif c == "#": break # Comment
else: continue # Invalid characters are ignored
previous = tokens[-1]
return _Feed(tokens)
def _sym_lookup(self, name, for_eval=False):
"""Fetches the symbol 'name' from the symbol table, creating and
registering it if it does not exist. If 'for_eval' is True, the symbol
won't be added to the symbol table if it does not exist -- this is for
Config.eval()."""
if name in self.syms:
return self.syms[name]
new_sym = Symbol()
new_sym.config = self
new_sym.name = name
if for_eval:
self._warn("no symbol {0} in configuration".format(name))
else:
self.syms[name] = new_sym
return new_sym
#
# Expression evaluation
#
def _eval_expr(self, expr):
"""Evaluates an expression to "n", "m", or "y"."""
# Handles e.g. an "x if y" condition where the "if y" part is missing.
if expr is None:
return "y"
res = self._eval_expr_rec(expr)
if res == "m":
# Promote "m" to "y" if we're running without modules.
#
# Internally, "m" is often rewritten to "m" && MODULES by both the
# C implementation and Kconfiglib, which takes care of cases where
# "m" should be demoted to "n" instead.
modules_sym = self.syms.get("MODULES")
if modules_sym is None or modules_sym.get_value() != "y":
return "y"
return res
def _eval_expr_rec(self, expr):
if isinstance(expr, Symbol):
# Non-bool/tristate symbols are always "n" in a tristate sense,
# regardless of their value
if expr.type != BOOL and expr.type != TRISTATE:
return "n"
return expr.get_value()
if isinstance(expr, str):
return expr if (expr == "y" or expr == "m") else "n"
# Ordered by frequency
if expr[0] == AND:
res = "y"
for subexpr in expr[1]:
ev = self._eval_expr_rec(subexpr)
# Return immediately upon discovering an "n" term
if ev == "n":
return "n"
if ev == "m":
res = "m"
# 'res' is either "m" or "y" here; we already handled the
# short-circuiting "n" case in the loop.
return res
if expr[0] == NOT:
ev = self._eval_expr_rec(expr[1])
if ev == "y":
return "n"
return "y" if (ev == "n") else "m"
if expr[0] == OR:
res = "n"
for subexpr in expr[1]:
ev = self._eval_expr_rec(subexpr)
# Return immediately upon discovering a "y" term
if ev == "y":
return "y"
if ev == "m":
res = "m"
# 'res' is either "n" or "m" here; we already handled the
# short-circuiting "y" case in the loop.
return res
if expr[0] == EQUAL:
return "y" if (_str_val(expr[1]) == _str_val(expr[2])) else "n"
if expr[0] == UNEQUAL:
return "y" if (_str_val(expr[1]) != _str_val(expr[2])) else "n"
_internal_error("Internal error while evaluating expression: "
"unknown operation {0}.".format(expr[0]))
def _eval_min(self, e1, e2):
"""Returns the minimum value of the two expressions. Equates None with
'y'."""
e1_eval = self._eval_expr(e1)
e2_eval = self._eval_expr(e2)
return e1_eval if tri_less(e1_eval, e2_eval) else e2_eval
def _eval_max(self, e1, e2):
"""Returns the maximum value of the two expressions. Equates None with
'y'."""
e1_eval = self._eval_expr(e1)
e2_eval = self._eval_expr(e2)
return e1_eval if tri_greater(e1_eval, e2_eval) else e2_eval
#
# Dependency tracking (for caching and invalidation)
#
def _build_dep(self):
"""Populates the Symbol.dep sets, linking the symbol to the symbols
that immediately depend on it in the sense that changing the value of
the symbol might affect the values of those other symbols. This is used
for caching/invalidation purposes. The calculated sets might be larger
than necessary as we don't do any complicated analysis of the
expressions."""
# Adds 'sym' as a directly dependent symbol to all symbols that appear
# in the expression 'e'
def add_expr_deps(e, sym):
for s in _get_expr_syms(e):
s.dep.add(sym)
# The directly dependent symbols of a symbol are:
# - Any symbols whose prompts, default values, rev_dep (select
# condition), weak_rev_dep (imply condition) or ranges depend on the
# symbol
# - Any symbols that belong to the same choice statement as the symbol
# (these won't be included in 'dep' as that makes the dependency
# graph unwieldy, but Symbol._get_dependent() will include them)
# - Any symbols in a choice statement that depends on the symbol
for sym in self.syms_iter():
for _, e in sym.prompts:
add_expr_deps(e, sym)
for v, e in sym.def_exprs:
add_expr_deps(v, sym)
add_expr_deps(e, sym)
add_expr_deps(sym.rev_dep, sym)
add_expr_deps(sym.weak_rev_dep, sym)
for l, u, e in sym.ranges:
add_expr_deps(l, sym)
add_expr_deps(u, sym)
add_expr_deps(e, sym)
if sym.is_choice_sym:
choice = sym.parent
for _, e in choice.prompts:
add_expr_deps(e, sym)
for _, e in choice.def_exprs:
add_expr_deps(e, sym)
def _eq_to_sym(self, eq):
"""_expr_depends_on() helper. For (in)equalities of the form sym = y/m
or sym != n, returns sym. For other (in)equalities, returns None."""
relation, left, right = eq
def transform_y_m_n(item):
if item is self.y: return "y"
if item is self.m: return "m"
if item is self.n: return "n"
return item
left = transform_y_m_n(left)
right = transform_y_m_n(right)
# Make sure the symbol (if any) appears to the left
if not isinstance(left, Symbol):
left, right = right, left
if not isinstance(left, Symbol):
return None
if (relation == EQUAL and (right == "y" or right == "m")) or \
(relation == UNEQUAL and right == "n"):
return left
return None
def _expr_depends_on(self, expr, sym):
"""Reimplementation of expr_depends_symbol() from mconf.c. Used to
determine if a submenu should be implicitly created, which influences
what items inside choice statements are considered choice items."""
if expr is None:
return False
def rec(expr):
if isinstance(expr, str):
return False
if isinstance(expr, Symbol):
return expr is sym
if expr[0] in (EQUAL, UNEQUAL):
return self._eq_to_sym(expr) is sym
if expr[0] == AND:
for and_expr in expr[1]:
if rec(and_expr):
return True
return False
return rec(expr)
def _invalidate_all(self):
for sym in self.syms_iter():
sym._invalidate()
#
# Printing and misc.
#
def _expand_sym_refs(self, s):
"""Expands $-references to symbols in 's' to symbol values, or to the
empty string for undefined symbols."""
while 1:
sym_ref_match = _sym_ref_re_search(s)
if sym_ref_match is None:
return s
sym_name = sym_ref_match.group(0)[1:]
sym = self.syms.get(sym_name)
expansion = "" if sym is None else sym.get_value()
s = s[:sym_ref_match.start()] + \
expansion + \
s[sym_ref_match.end():]
def _expr_val_str(self, expr, no_value_str="(none)",
get_val_instead_of_eval=False):
"""Printing helper. Returns a string with 'expr' and its value.
no_value_str: String to return when 'expr' is missing (None).
get_val_instead_of_eval: Assume 'expr' is a symbol or string (constant
symbol) and get its value directly instead of evaluating it to a
tristate value."""
if expr is None:
return no_value_str
if get_val_instead_of_eval:
if isinstance(expr, str):
return _expr_to_str(expr)
val = expr.get_value()
else:
val = self._eval_expr(expr)
return "{0} (value: {1})".format(_expr_to_str(expr), _expr_to_str(val))
def _get_sym_or_choice_str(self, sc):
"""Symbols and choices have many properties in common, so we factor out
common __str__() stuff here. "sc" is short for "symbol or choice"."""
# As we deal a lot with string representations here, use some
# convenient shorthand:
s = _expr_to_str
#
# Common symbol/choice properties
#
user_val_str = "(no user value)" if sc.user_val is None else \
s(sc.user_val)
# Build prompts string
if not sc.prompts:
prompts_str = " (no prompts)"
else:
prompts_str_rows = []
for prompt, cond_expr in sc.orig_prompts:
prompts_str_rows.append(
' "{0}"'.format(prompt) if cond_expr is None else
' "{0}" if {1}'.format(prompt,
self._expr_val_str(cond_expr)))
prompts_str = "\n".join(prompts_str_rows)
# Build locations string
locations_str = "(no locations)" if not sc.def_locations else \
" ".join(["{0}:{1}".format(filename, linenr) for
filename, linenr in sc.def_locations])
# Build additional-dependencies-from-menus-and-ifs string
additional_deps_str = " " + \
self._expr_val_str(sc.deps_from_containing,
"(no additional dependencies)")
#
# Symbol-specific stuff
#
if isinstance(sc, Symbol):
# Build ranges string
if isinstance(sc, Symbol):
if not sc.ranges:
ranges_str = " (no ranges)"
else:
ranges_str_rows = []
for l, u, cond_expr in sc.ranges:
ranges_str_rows.append(
" [{0}, {1}]".format(s(l), s(u))
if cond_expr is None else
" [{0}, {1}] if {2}"
.format(s(l), s(u), self._expr_val_str(cond_expr)))
ranges_str = "\n".join(ranges_str_rows)
# Build default values string
if not sc.def_exprs:
defaults_str = " (no default values)"
else:
defaults_str_rows = []
for val_expr, cond_expr in sc.orig_def_exprs:
row_str = " " + self._expr_val_str(val_expr, "(none)",
sc.type == STRING)
defaults_str_rows.append(row_str)
defaults_str_rows.append(" Condition: " +
self._expr_val_str(cond_expr))
defaults_str = "\n".join(defaults_str_rows)
# Build selects string
if not sc.orig_selects:
selects_str = " (no selects)"
else:
selects_str_rows = []
for target, cond_expr in sc.orig_selects:
selects_str_rows.append(
" {0}".format(target.name) if cond_expr is None else
" {0} if {1}".format(target.name,
self._expr_val_str(cond_expr)))
selects_str = "\n".join(selects_str_rows)
# Build implies string
if not sc.orig_implies:
implies_str = " (no implies)"
else:
implies_str_rows = []
for target, cond_expr in sc.orig_implies:
implies_str_rows.append(
" {0}".format(target.name) if cond_expr is None else
" {0} if {1}".format(target.name,
self._expr_val_str(cond_expr)))
implies_str = "\n".join(implies_str_rows)
res = _lines("Symbol " +
("(no name)" if sc.name is None else sc.name),
"Type : " + TYPENAME[sc.type],
"Value : " + s(sc.get_value()),
"User value : " + user_val_str,
"Visibility : " + s(_get_visibility(sc)),
"Is choice item : " + BOOL_STR[sc.is_choice_sym],
"Is defined : " + BOOL_STR[sc.is_defined_],
"Is from env. : " + BOOL_STR[sc.is_from_env],
"Is special : " + BOOL_STR[sc.is_special_] + "\n")
if sc.ranges:
res += _lines("Ranges:", ranges_str + "\n")
res += _lines("Prompts:",
prompts_str,
"Default values:",
defaults_str,
"Selects:",
selects_str,
"Implies:",
implies_str,
"Reverse (select-related) dependencies:",
" (no reverse dependencies)"
if sc.rev_dep == "n"
else " " + self._expr_val_str(sc.rev_dep),
"Weak reverse (imply-related) dependencies:",
" (no weak reverse dependencies)"
if sc.weak_rev_dep == "n"
else " " + self._expr_val_str(sc.weak_rev_dep),
"Additional dependencies from enclosing menus "
"and ifs:",
additional_deps_str,
"Locations: " + locations_str)
return res
#
# Choice-specific stuff
#
# Build selected symbol string
sel = sc.get_selection()
sel_str = "(no selection)" if sel is None else sel.name
# Build default values string
if not sc.def_exprs:
defaults_str = " (no default values)"
else:
defaults_str_rows = []
for sym, cond_expr in sc.orig_def_exprs:
defaults_str_rows.append(
" {0}".format(sym.name) if cond_expr is None else
" {0} if {1}".format(sym.name,
self._expr_val_str(cond_expr)))
defaults_str = "\n".join(defaults_str_rows)
# Build contained symbols string
names = [sym.name for sym in sc.actual_symbols]
syms_string = " ".join(names) if names else "(empty)"
return _lines("Choice",
"Name (for named choices): " +
("(no name)" if sc.name is None else sc.name),
"Type : " + TYPENAME[sc.type],
"Selected symbol : " + sel_str,
"User value : " + user_val_str,
"Mode : " + s(sc.get_mode()),
"Visibility : " + s(_get_visibility(sc)),
"Optional : " + BOOL_STR[sc.optional],
"Prompts:",
prompts_str,
"Defaults:",
defaults_str,
"Choice symbols:",
" " + syms_string,
"Additional dependencies from enclosing menus and "
"ifs:",
additional_deps_str,
"Locations: " + locations_str)
def _warn(self, msg, filename=None, linenr=None):
"""For printing warnings to stderr."""
msg = _build_msg("warning: " + msg, filename, linenr)
if self.print_warnings:
sys.stderr.write(msg + "\n")
self._warnings.append(msg)
class Item(object):
"""Base class for symbols and other Kconfig constructs. Subclasses are
Symbol, Choice, Menu, and Comment."""
def is_symbol(self):
"""Returns True if the item is a symbol. Short for
isinstance(item, kconfiglib.Symbol)."""
return isinstance(self, Symbol)
def is_choice(self):
"""Returns True if the item is a choice. Short for
isinstance(item, kconfiglib.Choice)."""
return isinstance(self, Choice)
def is_menu(self):
"""Returns True if the item is a menu. Short for
isinstance(item, kconfiglib.Menu)."""
return isinstance(self, Menu)
def is_comment(self):
"""Returns True if the item is a comment. Short for
isinstance(item, kconfiglib.Comment)."""
return isinstance(self, Comment)
class Symbol(Item):
"""Represents a configuration symbol - e.g. FOO for
config FOO
..."""
#
# Public interface
#
def get_config(self):
"""Returns the Config instance this symbol is from."""
return self.config
def get_name(self):
"""Returns the name of the symbol."""
return self.name
def get_type(self):
"""Returns the type of the symbol: one of UNKNOWN, BOOL, TRISTATE,
STRING, HEX, or INT. These are defined at the top level of the module,
so you'd do something like
if sym.get_type() == kconfiglib.STRING:
..."""
return self.type
def get_prompts(self):
"""Returns a list of prompts defined for the symbol, in the order they
appear in the configuration files. Returns the empty list for symbols
with no prompt.
This list will have a single entry for the vast majority of symbols
having prompts, but having multiple prompts for a single symbol is
possible through having multiple 'config' entries for it."""
return [prompt for prompt, _ in self.orig_prompts]
def get_help(self):
"""Returns the help text of the symbol, or None if the symbol has no
help text."""
return self.help
def get_parent(self):
"""Returns the menu or choice statement that contains the symbol, or
None if the symbol is at the top level. Note that if statements are
treated as syntactic and do not have an explicit class
representation."""
return self.parent
def get_def_locations(self):
"""Returns a list of (filename, linenr) tuples, where filename (string)
and linenr (int) represent a location where the symbol is defined. For
the vast majority of symbols this list will only contain one element.
For the following Kconfig, FOO would get two entries: the lines marked
with *.
config FOO *
bool "foo prompt 1"
config FOO *
bool "foo prompt 2"
"""
return self.def_locations
def get_ref_locations(self):
"""Returns a list of (filename, linenr) tuples, where filename (string)
and linenr (int) represent a location where the symbol is referenced in
the configuration. For example, the lines marked by * would be included
for FOO below:
config A
bool
default BAR || FOO *
config B
tristate
depends on FOO *
default m if FOO *
if FOO *
config A
bool "A"
endif
config FOO (definition not included)
bool
"""
return self.ref_locations
def get_value(self):
"""Calculate and return the value of the symbol. See also
Symbol.set_user_value()."""
if self.cached_val is not None:
return self.cached_val
# As a quirk of Kconfig, undefined symbols get their name as their
# value. This is why things like "FOO = bar" work for seeing if FOO has
# the value "bar".
if self.type == UNKNOWN:
self.cached_val = self.name
return self.name
new_val = DEFAULT_VALUE[self.type]
vis = _get_visibility(self)
# This is easiest to calculate together with the value
self.write_to_conf = False
if self.type == BOOL or self.type == TRISTATE:
# The visibility and mode (modules-only or single-selection) of
# choice items will be taken into account in _get_visibility()
if self.is_choice_sym:
if vis != "n":
choice = self.parent
mode = choice.get_mode()
self.write_to_conf = (mode != "n")
if mode == "y":
new_val = "y" if choice.get_selection() is self \
else "n"
elif mode == "m":
if self.user_val == "m" or self.user_val == "y":
new_val = "m"
else:
# If the symbol is visible and has a user value, use that.
# Otherwise, look at defaults and weak reverse dependencies
# (implies).
use_defaults_and_weak_rev_deps = True
if vis != "n":
self.write_to_conf = True
if self.user_val is not None:
new_val = self.config._eval_min(self.user_val, vis)
use_defaults_and_weak_rev_deps = False
if use_defaults_and_weak_rev_deps:
for val_expr, cond_expr in self.def_exprs:
cond_eval = self.config._eval_expr(cond_expr)
if cond_eval != "n":
self.write_to_conf = True
new_val = self.config._eval_min(val_expr,
cond_eval)
break
weak_rev_dep_val = \
self.config._eval_expr(self.weak_rev_dep)
if weak_rev_dep_val != "n":
self.write_to_conf = True
new_val = self.config._eval_max(new_val,
weak_rev_dep_val)
# Reverse (select-related) dependencies take precedence
rev_dep_val = self.config._eval_expr(self.rev_dep)
if rev_dep_val != "n":
self.write_to_conf = True
new_val = self.config._eval_max(new_val, rev_dep_val)
# We need to promote "m" to "y" in two circumstances:
# 1) If our type is boolean
# 2) If our weak_rev_dep (from IMPLY) is "y"
if new_val == "m" and \
(self.type == BOOL or
self.config._eval_expr(self.weak_rev_dep) == "y"):
new_val = "y"
elif self.type == INT or self.type == HEX:
has_active_range = False
low = None
high = None
use_defaults = True
base = 16 if self.type == HEX else 10
for l, h, cond_expr in self.ranges:
if self.config._eval_expr(cond_expr) != "n":
has_active_range = True
low_str = _str_val(l)
high_str = _str_val(h)
low = int(low_str, base) if \
_is_base_n(low_str, base) else 0
high = int(high_str, base) if \
_is_base_n(high_str, base) else 0
break
if vis != "n":
self.write_to_conf = True
if self.user_val is not None and \
_is_base_n(self.user_val, base) and \
(not has_active_range or
low <= int(self.user_val, base) <= high):
# If the user value is OK, it is stored in exactly the same
# form as specified in the assignment (with or without
# "0x", etc).
use_defaults = False
new_val = self.user_val
if use_defaults:
for val_expr, cond_expr in self.def_exprs:
if self.config._eval_expr(cond_expr) != "n":
self.write_to_conf = True
# If the default value is OK, it is stored in exactly
# the same form as specified. Otherwise, it is clamped
# to the range, and the output has "0x" as appropriate
# for the type.
new_val = _str_val(val_expr)
if _is_base_n(new_val, base):
new_val_num = int(new_val, base)
if has_active_range:
clamped_val = None
if new_val_num < low:
clamped_val = low
elif new_val_num > high:
clamped_val = high
if clamped_val is not None:
new_val = (hex(clamped_val) if \
self.type == HEX else str(clamped_val))
break
else: # For the for loop
# If no user value or default kicks in but the hex/int has
# an active range, then the low end of the range is used,
# provided it's > 0, with "0x" prepended as appropriate.
if has_active_range and low > 0:
new_val = (hex(low) if self.type == HEX else str(low))
elif self.type == STRING:
use_defaults = True
if vis != "n":
self.write_to_conf = True
if self.user_val is not None:
new_val = self.user_val
use_defaults = False
if use_defaults:
for val_expr, cond_expr in self.def_exprs:
if self.config._eval_expr(cond_expr) != "n":
self.write_to_conf = True
new_val = _str_val(val_expr)
break
self.cached_val = new_val
return new_val
def get_user_value(self):
"""Returns the value assigned to the symbol in a .config or via
Symbol.set_user_value() (provided the value was valid for the type of
the symbol). Returns None in case of no user value."""
return self.user_val
def get_upper_bound(self):
"""For string/hex/int symbols and for bool and tristate symbols that
cannot be modified (see is_modifiable()), returns None.
Otherwise, returns the highest value the symbol can be set to with
Symbol.set_user_value() (that will not be truncated): one of "m" or
"y", arranged from lowest to highest. This corresponds to the highest
value the symbol could be given in e.g. the 'make menuconfig'
interface.
See also the tri_less*() and tri_greater*() functions, which could come
in handy."""
if self.type != BOOL and self.type != TRISTATE:
return None
rev_dep = self.config._eval_expr(self.rev_dep)
# A bool selected to "m" gets promoted to "y", pinning it
if rev_dep == "m" and self.type == BOOL:
return None
vis = _get_visibility(self)
if TRI_TO_INT[vis] > TRI_TO_INT[rev_dep]:
return vis
return None
def get_lower_bound(self):
"""For string/hex/int symbols and for bool and tristate symbols that
cannot be modified (see is_modifiable()), returns None.
Otherwise, returns the lowest value the symbol can be set to with
Symbol.set_user_value() (that will not be truncated): one of "n" or
"m", arranged from lowest to highest. This corresponds to the lowest
value the symbol could be given in e.g. the 'make menuconfig'
interface.
See also the tri_less*() and tri_greater*() functions, which could come
in handy."""
if self.type != BOOL and self.type != TRISTATE:
return None
rev_dep = self.config._eval_expr(self.rev_dep)
# A bool selected to "m" gets promoted to "y", pinning it
if rev_dep == "m" and self.type == BOOL:
return None
if TRI_TO_INT[_get_visibility(self)] > TRI_TO_INT[rev_dep]:
return rev_dep
return None
def get_assignable_values(self):
"""For string/hex/int symbols and for bool and tristate symbols that
cannot be modified (see is_modifiable()), returns the empty list.
Otherwise, returns a list containing the user values that can be
assigned to the symbol (that won't be truncated). Usage example:
if "m" in sym.get_assignable_values():
sym.set_user_value("m")
This is basically a more convenient interface to
get_lower/upper_bound() when wanting to test if a particular tristate
value can be assigned."""
if self.type != BOOL and self.type != TRISTATE:
return []
rev_dep = self.config._eval_expr(self.rev_dep)
# A bool selected to "m" gets promoted to "y", pinning it
if rev_dep == "m" and self.type == BOOL:
return []
res = ["n", "m", "y"][TRI_TO_INT[rev_dep] :
TRI_TO_INT[_get_visibility(self)] + 1]
return res if len(res) > 1 else []
def get_visibility(self):
"""Returns the visibility of the symbol: one of "n", "m" or "y". For
bool and tristate symbols, this is an upper bound on the value users
can set for the symbol. For other types of symbols, a visibility of "n"
means the user value will be ignored. A visibility of "n" corresponds
to not being visible in the 'make *config' interfaces.
Example (assuming we're running with modules enabled -- i.e., MODULES
set to 'y'):
# Assume this has been assigned 'n'
config N_SYM
tristate "N_SYM"
# Assume this has been assigned 'm'
config M_SYM
tristate "M_SYM"
# Has visibility 'n'
config A
tristate "A"
depends on N_SYM
# Has visibility 'm'
config B
tristate "B"
depends on M_SYM
# Has visibility 'y'
config C
tristate "C"
# Has no prompt, and hence visibility 'n'
config D
tristate
Having visibility be tri-valued ensures that e.g. a symbol cannot be
set to "y" by the user if it depends on a symbol with value "m", which
wouldn't be safe.
You should probably look at get_lower/upper_bound(),
get_assignable_values() and is_modifiable() before using this."""
return _get_visibility(self)
def get_referenced_symbols(self, refs_from_enclosing=False):
"""Returns the set() of all symbols referenced by this symbol. For
example, the symbol defined by
config FOO
bool
prompt "foo" if A && B
default C if D
depends on E
select F if G
references the symbols A through G.
refs_from_enclosing (default: False): If True, the symbols referenced
by enclosing menus and ifs will be included in the result."""
return self.all_referenced_syms if refs_from_enclosing else \
self.referenced_syms
def get_selected_symbols(self):
"""Returns the set() of all symbols X for which this symbol has a
'select X' or 'select X if Y' (regardless of whether Y is satisfied or
not). This is a subset of the symbols returned by
get_referenced_symbols()."""
return self.selected_syms
def get_implied_symbols(self):
"""Returns the set() of all symbols X for which this symbol has an
'imply X' or 'imply X if Y' (regardless of whether Y is satisfied or
not). This is a subset of the symbols returned by
get_referenced_symbols()."""
return self.implied_syms
def set_user_value(self, v):
"""Sets the user value of the symbol.
Equal in effect to assigning the value to the symbol within a .config
file. Use get_lower/upper_bound() or get_assignable_values() to find
the range of currently assignable values for bool and tristate symbols;
setting values outside this range will cause the user value to differ
from the result of Symbol.get_value() (be truncated). Values that are
invalid for the type (such as a_bool.set_user_value("foo")) are
ignored, and a warning is emitted if an attempt is made to assign such
a value.
For any type of symbol, is_modifiable() can be used to check if a user
value will currently have any effect on the symbol, as determined by
its visibility and range of assignable values. Any value that is valid
for the type (bool, tristate, etc.) will end up being reflected in
get_user_value() though, and might have an effect later if conditions
change. To get rid of the user value, use unset_user_value().
Any symbols dependent on the symbol are (recursively) invalidated, so
things will just work with regards to dependencies.
v: The user value to give to the symbol."""
self._set_user_value_no_invalidate(v, False)
# There might be something more efficient you could do here, but play
# it safe.
if self.name == "MODULES":
self.config._invalidate_all()
return
self._invalidate()
self._invalidate_dependent()
def unset_user_value(self):
"""Resets the user value of the symbol, as if the symbol had never
gotten a user value via Config.load_config() or
Symbol.set_user_value()."""
self._unset_user_value_no_recursive_invalidate()
self._invalidate_dependent()
def is_modifiable(self):
"""Returns True if the value of the symbol could be modified by calling
Symbol.set_user_value().
For bools and tristates, this corresponds to the symbol being visible
in the 'make menuconfig' interface and not already being pinned to a
specific value (e.g. because it is selected by another symbol).
For strings and numbers, this corresponds to just being visible. (See
Symbol.get_visibility().)"""
if self.is_special_:
return False
if self.type == BOOL or self.type == TRISTATE:
rev_dep = self.config._eval_expr(self.rev_dep)
# A bool selected to "m" gets promoted to "y", pinning it
if rev_dep == "m" and self.type == BOOL:
return False
return TRI_TO_INT[_get_visibility(self)] > TRI_TO_INT[rev_dep]
return _get_visibility(self) != "n"
def is_defined(self):
"""Returns False if the symbol is referred to in the Kconfig but never
actually defined."""
return self.is_defined_
def is_special(self):
"""Returns True if the symbol is one of the special symbols n, m, y, or
UNAME_RELEASE, or gets its value from the environment."""
return self.is_special_
def is_from_environment(self):
"""Returns True if the symbol gets its value from the environment."""
return self.is_from_env
def has_ranges(self):
"""Returns True if the symbol is of type INT or HEX and has ranges that
limit what values it can take on."""
return bool(self.ranges)
def is_choice_symbol(self):
"""Returns True if the symbol is in a choice statement and is an actual
choice symbol (see Choice.get_symbols())."""
return self.is_choice_sym
def is_choice_selection(self):
"""Returns True if the symbol is contained in a choice statement and is
the selected item. Equivalent to
sym.is_choice_symbol() and sym.get_parent().get_selection() is sym"""
return self.is_choice_sym and self.parent.get_selection() is self
def is_allnoconfig_y(self):
"""Returns True if the symbol has the 'allnoconfig_y' option set."""
return self.allnoconfig_y
def __str__(self):
"""Returns a string containing various information about the symbol."""
return self.config._get_sym_or_choice_str(self)
#
# Private methods
#
def __init__(self):
"""Symbol constructor -- not intended to be called directly by
Kconfiglib clients."""
self.name = None
self.type = UNKNOWN
self.prompts = []
self.def_exprs = [] # 'default' properties
self.ranges = [] # 'range' properties (for int and hex)
self.help = None # Help text
self.rev_dep = "n" # Reverse (select-related) dependencies
self.weak_rev_dep = "n" # Weak reverse (imply-related) dependencies
self.config = None
self.parent = None
self.user_val = None # Value set by user
# The prompt, default value, select, and imply conditions without any
# dependencies from menus and ifs propagated to them
self.orig_prompts = []
self.orig_def_exprs = []
self.orig_selects = []
self.orig_implies = []
# Dependencies inherited from containing menus and ifs
self.deps_from_containing = None
# The set of symbols referenced by this symbol (see
# get_referenced_symbols())
self.referenced_syms = set()
# The set of symbols selected by this symbol (see
# get_selected_symbols())
self.selected_syms = set()
# The set of symbols implied by this symbol (see get_implied_symbols())
self.implied_syms = set()
# Like 'referenced_syms', but includes symbols from
# dependencies inherited from enclosing menus and ifs
self.all_referenced_syms = set()
# This records only dependencies from enclosing ifs and menus together
# with local 'depends on' dependencies. Needed when determining actual
# choice items (hrrrr...). See Choice._determine_actual_symbols().
self.menu_dep = None
# See Symbol.get_ref/def_locations().
self.def_locations = []
self.ref_locations = []
# Populated in Config._build_dep() after parsing. Links the symbol to
# the symbols that immediately depend on it (in a caching/invalidation
# sense). The total set of dependent symbols for the symbol (the
# transitive closure) is calculated on an as-needed basis in
# _get_dependent().
self.dep = set()
# Cached values
# Caches the calculated value
self.cached_val = None
# Caches the visibility, which acts as an upper bound on the value
self.cached_visibility = None
# Caches the total list of dependent symbols. Calculated in
# _get_dependent().
self.cached_deps = None
# Flags
# Does the symbol have an entry in the Kconfig file? The trailing
# underscore avoids a collision with is_defined().
self.is_defined_ = False
# Should the symbol get an entry in .config?
self.write_to_conf = False
# Set to true when _make_conf() is called on a symbol, so that symbols
# defined in multiple locations only get one .config entry. We need to
# reset it prior to writing out a new .config.
self.already_written = False
# This is set to True for "actual" choice symbols; see
# Choice._determine_actual_symbols().
self.is_choice_sym = False
# Does the symbol get its value in some special way, e.g. from the
# environment or by being one of the special symbols n, m, and y? If
# so, the value is stored in self.cached_val, which is never
# invalidated. The trailing underscore avoids a collision with
# is_special().
self.is_special_ = False
# Does the symbol get its value from the environment?
self.is_from_env = False
# Does the symbol have the 'allnoconfig_y' option set?
self.allnoconfig_y = False
def _invalidate(self):
if self.is_special_:
return
if self.is_choice_sym:
self.parent._invalidate()
self.cached_val = None
self.cached_visibility = None
def _invalidate_dependent(self):
for sym in self._get_dependent():
sym._invalidate()
def _set_user_value_no_invalidate(self, v, suppress_load_warnings):
"""Like set_user_value(), but does not invalidate any symbols.
suppress_load_warnings: some warnings are annoying when loading a
.config that can be helpful when manually invoking set_user_value().
This flag is set to True to suppress such warnings.
Perhaps this could be made optional for load_config() instead."""
if self.is_special_:
if self.is_from_env:
self.config._warn('attempt to assign the value "{0}" to the '
'symbol {1}, which gets its value from the '
'environment. Assignment ignored.'
.format(v, self.name))
else:
self.config._warn('attempt to assign the value "{0}" to the '
'special symbol {1}. Assignment ignored.'
.format(v, self.name))
return
if not self.is_defined_:
filename, linenr = self.ref_locations[0]
if self.config.print_undef_assign:
_stderr_msg('note: attempt to assign the value "{0}" to {1}, '
"which is referenced at {2}:{3} but never "
"defined. Assignment ignored."
.format(v, self.name, filename, linenr))
return
# Check if the value is valid for our type
if not ((self.type == BOOL and (v == "y" or v == "n") ) or
(self.type == TRISTATE and (v == "y" or v == "m" or
v == "n") ) or
(self.type == STRING ) or
(self.type == INT and _is_base_n(v, 10) ) or
(self.type == HEX and _is_base_n(v, 16) )):
self.config._warn('the value "{0}" is invalid for {1}, which has '
"type {2}. Assignment ignored."
.format(v, self.name, TYPENAME[self.type]))
return
if not self.prompts and not suppress_load_warnings:
self.config._warn('assigning "{0}" to the symbol {1} which '
'lacks prompts and thus has visibility "n". '
'The assignment will have no effect.'
.format(v, self.name))
self.user_val = v
if self.is_choice_sym and (self.type == BOOL or self.type == TRISTATE):
choice = self.parent
if v == "y":
choice.user_val = self
choice.user_mode = "y"
elif v == "m":
choice.user_val = None
choice.user_mode = "m"
def _unset_user_value_no_recursive_invalidate(self):
self._invalidate()
self.user_val = None
if self.is_choice_sym:
self.parent._unset_user_value()
def _make_conf(self, append_fn):
if self.already_written:
return
self.already_written = True
# Note: write_to_conf is determined in get_value()
val = self.get_value()
if not self.write_to_conf:
return
if self.type == BOOL or self.type == TRISTATE:
append_fn("{0}{1}={2}".format(self.config.config_prefix, self.name, val)
if val == "y" or val == "m" else
"# {0}{1} is not set".format(self.config.config_prefix, self.name))
elif self.type == INT or self.type == HEX:
append_fn("{0}{1}={2}".format(self.config.config_prefix, self.name, val))
elif self.type == STRING:
# Escape \ and "
append_fn('{0}{1}="{2}"'
.format(self.config.config_prefix, self.name,
val.replace("\\", "\\\\").replace('"', '\\"')))
else:
_internal_error("Internal error while creating .config: unknown "
'type "{0}".'.format(self.type))
def _get_dependent(self):
"""Returns the set of symbols that should be invalidated if the value
of the symbol changes, because they might be affected by the change.
Note that this is an internal API -- it's probably of limited
usefulness to clients."""
if self.cached_deps is not None:
return self.cached_deps
res = set(self.dep)
for s in self.dep:
res |= s._get_dependent()
if self.is_choice_sym:
# Choice symbols also depend (recursively) on their siblings. The
# siblings are not included in 'dep' to avoid dependency loops.
for sibling in self.parent.actual_symbols:
if sibling is not self:
res.add(sibling)
res |= sibling.dep
for s in sibling.dep:
res |= s._get_dependent()
self.cached_deps = res
return res
def _has_auto_menu_dep_on(self, on):
"""See Choice._determine_actual_symbols()."""
if not isinstance(self.parent, Choice):
_internal_error("Attempt to determine auto menu dependency for "
"symbol ouside of choice.")
if not self.prompts:
# If we have no prompt, use the menu dependencies instead (what was
# specified with 'depends on')
return self.menu_dep is not None and \
self.config._expr_depends_on(self.menu_dep, on)
for _, cond_expr in self.prompts:
if self.config._expr_depends_on(cond_expr, on):
return True
return False
class Menu(Item):
"""Represents a menu statement."""
#
# Public interface
#
def get_config(self):
"""Return the Config instance this menu is from."""
return self.config
def get_title(self):
"""Returns the title text of the menu."""
return self.title
def get_parent(self):
"""Returns the menu or choice statement that contains the menu, or
None if the menu is at the top level. Note that if statements are
treated as syntactic sugar and do not have an explicit class
representation."""
return self.parent
def get_location(self):
"""Returns the location of the menu as a (filename, linenr) tuple,
where filename is a string and linenr an int."""
return (self.filename, self.linenr)
def get_items(self, recursive=False):
"""Returns a list containing the items (symbols, menus, choice
statements and comments) in in the menu, in the same order that the
items appear within the menu.
recursive (default: False): True if items contained in items within the
menu should be included recursively (preorder)."""
if not recursive:
return self.block
res = []
for item in self.block:
res.append(item)
if isinstance(item, Menu):
res.extend(item.get_items(True))
elif isinstance(item, Choice):
res.extend(item.get_items())
return res
def get_symbols(self, recursive=False):
"""Returns a list containing the symbols in the menu, in the same order
that they appear within the menu.
recursive (default: False): True if symbols contained in items within
the menu should be included recursively."""
return [item for item in self.get_items(recursive) if
isinstance(item, Symbol)]
def get_visibility(self):
"""Returns the visibility of the menu. This also affects the visibility
of subitems. See also Symbol.get_visibility()."""
return self.config._eval_expr(self.dep_expr)
def get_visible_if_visibility(self):
"""Returns the visibility the menu gets from its 'visible if'
condition. "y" if the menu has no 'visible if' condition."""
return self.config._eval_expr(self.visible_if_expr)
def get_referenced_symbols(self, refs_from_enclosing=False):
"""See Symbol.get_referenced_symbols()."""
return self.all_referenced_syms if refs_from_enclosing else \
self.referenced_syms
def __str__(self):
"""Returns a string containing various information about the menu."""
depends_on_str = self.config._expr_val_str(self.orig_deps,
"(no dependencies)")
visible_if_str = self.config._expr_val_str(self.visible_if_expr,
"(no dependencies)")
additional_deps_str = " " + \
self.config._expr_val_str(self.deps_from_containing,
"(no additional dependencies)")
return _lines("Menu",
"Title : " + self.title,
"'depends on' dependencies : " + depends_on_str,
"'visible if' dependencies : " + visible_if_str,
"Additional dependencies from enclosing menus and "
"ifs:",
additional_deps_str,
"Location: {0}:{1}".format(self.filename, self.linenr))
#
# Private methods
#
def __init__(self):
"""Menu constructor -- not intended to be called directly by
Kconfiglib clients."""
self.title = None
self.dep_expr = None
self.visible_if_expr = None
self.block = [] # List of contained items
self.config = None
self.parent = None
# Dependency expression without dependencies from enclosing menus and
# ifs propagated
self.orig_deps = None
# Dependencies inherited from containing menus and ifs
self.deps_from_containing = None
# The set of symbols referenced by this menu (see
# get_referenced_symbols())
self.referenced_syms = set()
# Like 'referenced_syms', but includes symbols from
# dependencies inherited from enclosing menus and ifs
self.all_referenced_syms = None
self.filename = None
self.linenr = None
def _make_conf(self, append_fn):
if self.config._eval_expr(self.dep_expr) != "n" and \
self.config._eval_expr(self.visible_if_expr) != "n":
append_fn("\n#\n# {0}\n#".format(self.title))
_make_block_conf(self.block, append_fn)
class Choice(Item):
"""Represents a choice statement. A choice can be in one of three modes:
"n" - The choice is not visible and no symbols can be selected.
"m" - Any number of symbols can be set to "m". The rest will be "n". This
is safe since potentially conflicting options don't actually get
compiled into the kernel simultaneously with "m".
"y" - One symbol will be "y" while the rest are "n".
Only tristate choices can be in "m" mode, and the visibility of the choice
is an upper bound on the mode, so that e.g. a choice that depends on a
symbol with value "m" will be in "m" mode.
The mode changes automatically when a value is assigned to a symbol within
the choice.
See Symbol.get_visibility() too."""
#
# Public interface
#
def get_config(self):
"""Returns the Config instance this choice is from."""
return self.config
def get_name(self):
"""For named choices, returns the name. Returns None for unnamed
choices. No named choices appear anywhere in the kernel Kconfig files
as of Linux 3.7.0-rc8."""
return self.name
def get_type(self):
"""Returns the type of the choice. See Symbol.get_type()."""
return self.type
def get_prompts(self):
"""Returns a list of prompts defined for the choice, in the order they
appear in the configuration files. Returns the empty list for choices
with no prompt.
This list will have a single entry for the vast majority of choices
having prompts, but having multiple prompts for a single choice is
possible through having multiple 'choice' entries for it (though I'm
not sure if that ever happens in practice)."""
return [prompt for prompt, _ in self.orig_prompts]
def get_help(self):
"""Returns the help text of the choice, or None if the choice has no
help text."""
return self.help
def get_parent(self):
"""Returns the menu or choice statement that contains the choice, or
None if the choice is at the top level. Note that if statements are
treated as syntactic sugar and do not have an explicit class
representation."""
return self.parent
def get_def_locations(self):
"""Returns a list of (filename, linenr) tuples, where filename (string)
and linenr (int) represent a location where the choice is defined. For
the vast majority of choices (all of them as of Linux 3.7.0-rc8) this
list will only contain one element, but its possible for named choices
to be defined in multiple locations."""
return self.def_locations
def get_selection(self):
"""Returns the symbol selected (either by the user or through
defaults), or None if either no symbol is selected or the mode is not
"y"."""
if self.cached_selection is not None:
if self.cached_selection == NO_SELECTION:
return None
return self.cached_selection
if self.get_mode() != "y":
return self._cache_ret(None)
# User choice available?
if self.user_val is not None and _get_visibility(self.user_val) == "y":
return self._cache_ret(self.user_val)
if self.optional:
return self._cache_ret(None)
return self._cache_ret(self.get_selection_from_defaults())
def get_selection_from_defaults(self):
"""Like Choice.get_selection(), but acts as if no symbol has been
selected by the user and no 'optional' flag is in effect."""
if