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Source file src/cmd/dist/build.go

Documentation: cmd/dist

  // Copyright 2012 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
  // Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
  // license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
  
  package main
  
  import (
  	"bytes"
  	"encoding/json"
  	"flag"
  	"fmt"
  	"os"
  	"os/exec"
  	"path/filepath"
  	"sort"
  	"strings"
  	"sync"
  )
  
  // Initialization for any invocation.
  
  // The usual variables.
  var (
  	goarch                 string
  	gobin                  string
  	gohostarch             string
  	gohostos               string
  	goos                   string
  	goarm                  string
  	go386                  string
  	goroot                 string
  	goroot_final           string
  	goextlinkenabled       string
  	gogcflags              string // For running built compiler
  	workdir                string
  	tooldir                string
  	oldgoos                string
  	oldgoarch              string
  	slash                  string
  	exe                    string
  	defaultcc              string
  	defaultcflags          string
  	defaultldflags         string
  	defaultcxxtarget       string
  	defaultcctarget        string
  	defaultpkgconfigtarget string
  	rebuildall             bool
  	defaultclang           bool
  
  	vflag int // verbosity
  )
  
  // The known architectures.
  var okgoarch = []string{
  	"386",
  	"amd64",
  	"amd64p32",
  	"arm",
  	"arm64",
  	"mips",
  	"mipsle",
  	"mips64",
  	"mips64le",
  	"ppc64",
  	"ppc64le",
  	"s390x",
  }
  
  // The known operating systems.
  var okgoos = []string{
  	"darwin",
  	"dragonfly",
  	"linux",
  	"android",
  	"solaris",
  	"freebsd",
  	"nacl",
  	"netbsd",
  	"openbsd",
  	"plan9",
  	"windows",
  }
  
  // find reports the first index of p in l[0:n], or else -1.
  func find(p string, l []string) int {
  	for i, s := range l {
  		if p == s {
  			return i
  		}
  	}
  	return -1
  }
  
  // xinit handles initialization of the various global state, like goroot and goarch.
  func xinit() {
  	goroot = os.Getenv("GOROOT")
  	if slash == "/" && len(goroot) > 1 || slash == `\` && len(goroot) > 3 {
  		// if not "/" or "c:\", then strip trailing path separator
  		goroot = strings.TrimSuffix(goroot, slash)
  	}
  	if goroot == "" {
  		fatal("$GOROOT must be set")
  	}
  
  	goroot_final = os.Getenv("GOROOT_FINAL")
  	if goroot_final == "" {
  		goroot_final = goroot
  	}
  
  	b := os.Getenv("GOBIN")
  	if b == "" {
  		b = goroot + slash + "bin"
  	}
  	gobin = b
  
  	b = os.Getenv("GOOS")
  	if b == "" {
  		b = gohostos
  	}
  	goos = b
  	if find(goos, okgoos) < 0 {
  		fatal("unknown $GOOS %s", goos)
  	}
  
  	b = os.Getenv("GOARM")
  	if b == "" {
  		b = xgetgoarm()
  	}
  	goarm = b
  
  	b = os.Getenv("GO386")
  	if b == "" {
  		if cansse2() {
  			b = "sse2"
  		} else {
  			b = "387"
  		}
  	}
  	go386 = b
  
  	p := pathf("%s/src/all.bash", goroot)
  	if !isfile(p) {
  		fatal("$GOROOT is not set correctly or not exported\n"+
  			"\tGOROOT=%s\n"+
  			"\t%s does not exist", goroot, p)
  	}
  
  	b = os.Getenv("GOHOSTARCH")
  	if b != "" {
  		gohostarch = b
  	}
  
  	if find(gohostarch, okgoarch) < 0 {
  		fatal("unknown $GOHOSTARCH %s", gohostarch)
  	}
  
  	b = os.Getenv("GOARCH")
  	if b == "" {
  		b = gohostarch
  	}
  	goarch = b
  	if find(goarch, okgoarch) < 0 {
  		fatal("unknown $GOARCH %s", goarch)
  	}
  
  	b = os.Getenv("GO_EXTLINK_ENABLED")
  	if b != "" {
  		if b != "0" && b != "1" {
  			fatal("unknown $GO_EXTLINK_ENABLED %s", b)
  		}
  		goextlinkenabled = b
  	}
  
  	gogcflags = os.Getenv("BOOT_GO_GCFLAGS")
  
  	b = os.Getenv("CC")
  	if b == "" {
  		// Use clang on OS X, because gcc is deprecated there.
  		// Xcode for OS X 10.9 Mavericks will ship a fake "gcc" binary that
  		// actually runs clang. We prepare different command
  		// lines for the two binaries, so it matters what we call it.
  		// See golang.org/issue/5822.
  		if defaultclang {
  			b = "clang"
  		} else {
  			b = "gcc"
  		}
  	}
  	defaultcc = b
  
  	defaultcflags = os.Getenv("CFLAGS")
  
  	defaultldflags = os.Getenv("LDFLAGS")
  
  	b = os.Getenv("CC_FOR_TARGET")
  	if b == "" {
  		b = defaultcc
  	}
  	defaultcctarget = b
  
  	b = os.Getenv("CXX_FOR_TARGET")
  	if b == "" {
  		b = os.Getenv("CXX")
  		if b == "" {
  			if defaultclang {
  				b = "clang++"
  			} else {
  				b = "g++"
  			}
  		}
  	}
  	defaultcxxtarget = b
  
  	b = os.Getenv("PKG_CONFIG")
  	if b == "" {
  		b = "pkg-config"
  	}
  	defaultpkgconfigtarget = b
  
  	// For tools being invoked but also for os.ExpandEnv.
  	os.Setenv("GO386", go386)
  	os.Setenv("GOARCH", goarch)
  	os.Setenv("GOARM", goarm)
  	os.Setenv("GOHOSTARCH", gohostarch)
  	os.Setenv("GOHOSTOS", gohostos)
  	os.Setenv("GOOS", goos)
  	os.Setenv("GOROOT", goroot)
  	os.Setenv("GOROOT_FINAL", goroot_final)
  
  	// Make the environment more predictable.
  	os.Setenv("LANG", "C")
  	os.Setenv("LANGUAGE", "en_US.UTF8")
  
  	workdir = xworkdir()
  	xatexit(rmworkdir)
  
  	tooldir = pathf("%s/pkg/tool/%s_%s", goroot, gohostos, gohostarch)
  }
  
  // rmworkdir deletes the work directory.
  func rmworkdir() {
  	if vflag > 1 {
  		errprintf("rm -rf %s\n", workdir)
  	}
  	xremoveall(workdir)
  }
  
  // Remove trailing spaces.
  func chomp(s string) string {
  	return strings.TrimRight(s, " \t\r\n")
  }
  
  func branchtag(branch string) (tag string, precise bool) {
  	b := run(goroot, CheckExit, "git", "log", "--decorate=full", "--format=format:%d", "master.."+branch)
  	tag = branch
  	for _, line := range splitlines(b) {
  		// Each line is either blank, or looks like
  		//	  (tag: refs/tags/go1.4rc2, refs/remotes/origin/release-branch.go1.4, refs/heads/release-branch.go1.4)
  		// We need to find an element starting with refs/tags/.
  		i := strings.Index(line, " refs/tags/")
  		if i < 0 {
  			continue
  		}
  		i += len(" refs/tags/")
  		// The tag name ends at a comma or paren (prefer the first).
  		j := strings.Index(line[i:], ",")
  		if j < 0 {
  			j = strings.Index(line[i:], ")")
  		}
  		if j < 0 {
  			continue // malformed line; ignore it
  		}
  		tag = line[i : i+j]
  		if i == 0 {
  			precise = true // tag denotes HEAD
  		}
  		break
  	}
  	return
  }
  
  // findgoversion determines the Go version to use in the version string.
  func findgoversion() string {
  	// The $GOROOT/VERSION file takes priority, for distributions
  	// without the source repo.
  	path := pathf("%s/VERSION", goroot)
  	if isfile(path) {
  		b := chomp(readfile(path))
  		// Commands such as "dist version > VERSION" will cause
  		// the shell to create an empty VERSION file and set dist's
  		// stdout to its fd. dist in turn looks at VERSION and uses
  		// its content if available, which is empty at this point.
  		// Only use the VERSION file if it is non-empty.
  		if b != "" {
  			return b
  		}
  	}
  
  	// The $GOROOT/VERSION.cache file is a cache to avoid invoking
  	// git every time we run this command. Unlike VERSION, it gets
  	// deleted by the clean command.
  	path = pathf("%s/VERSION.cache", goroot)
  	if isfile(path) {
  		return chomp(readfile(path))
  	}
  
  	// Show a nicer error message if this isn't a Git repo.
  	if !isGitRepo() {
  		fatal("FAILED: not a Git repo; must put a VERSION file in $GOROOT")
  	}
  
  	// Otherwise, use Git.
  	// What is the current branch?
  	branch := chomp(run(goroot, CheckExit, "git", "rev-parse", "--abbrev-ref", "HEAD"))
  
  	// What are the tags along the current branch?
  	tag := "devel"
  	precise := false
  
  	// If we're on a release branch, use the closest matching tag
  	// that is on the release branch (and not on the master branch).
  	if strings.HasPrefix(branch, "release-branch.") {
  		tag, precise = branchtag(branch)
  	}
  
  	if !precise {
  		// Tag does not point at HEAD; add hash and date to version.
  		tag += chomp(run(goroot, CheckExit, "git", "log", "-n", "1", "--format=format: +%h %cd", "HEAD"))
  	}
  
  	// Cache version.
  	writefile(tag, path, 0)
  
  	return tag
  }
  
  // isGitRepo reports whether the working directory is inside a Git repository.
  func isGitRepo() bool {
  	// NB: simply checking the exit code of `git rev-parse --git-dir` would
  	// suffice here, but that requires deviating from the infrastructure
  	// provided by `run`.
  	gitDir := chomp(run(goroot, 0, "git", "rev-parse", "--git-dir"))
  	if !filepath.IsAbs(gitDir) {
  		gitDir = filepath.Join(goroot, gitDir)
  	}
  	fi, err := os.Stat(gitDir)
  	return err == nil && fi.IsDir()
  }
  
  /*
   * Initial tree setup.
   */
  
  // The old tools that no longer live in $GOBIN or $GOROOT/bin.
  var oldtool = []string{
  	"5a", "5c", "5g", "5l",
  	"6a", "6c", "6g", "6l",
  	"8a", "8c", "8g", "8l",
  	"9a", "9c", "9g", "9l",
  	"6cov",
  	"6nm",
  	"6prof",
  	"cgo",
  	"ebnflint",
  	"goapi",
  	"gofix",
  	"goinstall",
  	"gomake",
  	"gopack",
  	"gopprof",
  	"gotest",
  	"gotype",
  	"govet",
  	"goyacc",
  	"quietgcc",
  }
  
  // Unreleased directories (relative to $GOROOT) that should
  // not be in release branches.
  var unreleased = []string{
  	"src/cmd/newlink",
  	"src/cmd/objwriter",
  	"src/debug/goobj",
  	"src/old",
  }
  
  // setup sets up the tree for the initial build.
  func setup() {
  	// Create bin directory.
  	if p := pathf("%s/bin", goroot); !isdir(p) {
  		xmkdir(p)
  	}
  
  	// Create package directory.
  	if p := pathf("%s/pkg", goroot); !isdir(p) {
  		xmkdir(p)
  	}
  
  	p := pathf("%s/pkg/%s_%s", goroot, gohostos, gohostarch)
  	if rebuildall {
  		xremoveall(p)
  	}
  	xmkdirall(p)
  
  	if goos != gohostos || goarch != gohostarch {
  		p := pathf("%s/pkg/%s_%s", goroot, goos, goarch)
  		if rebuildall {
  			xremoveall(p)
  		}
  		xmkdirall(p)
  	}
  
  	// Create object directory.
  	// We keep it in pkg/ so that all the generated binaries
  	// are in one tree. If pkg/obj/libgc.a exists, it is a dreg from
  	// before we used subdirectories of obj. Delete all of obj
  	// to clean up.
  	if p := pathf("%s/pkg/obj/libgc.a", goroot); isfile(p) {
  		xremoveall(pathf("%s/pkg/obj", goroot))
  	}
  	p = pathf("%s/pkg/obj/%s_%s", goroot, gohostos, gohostarch)
  	if rebuildall {
  		xremoveall(p)
  	}
  	xmkdirall(p)
  
  	// Create tool directory.
  	// We keep it in pkg/, just like the object directory above.
  	if rebuildall {
  		xremoveall(tooldir)
  	}
  	xmkdirall(tooldir)
  
  	// Remove tool binaries from before the tool/gohostos_gohostarch
  	xremoveall(pathf("%s/bin/tool", goroot))
  
  	// Remove old pre-tool binaries.
  	for _, old := range oldtool {
  		xremove(pathf("%s/bin/%s", goroot, old))
  	}
  
  	// If $GOBIN is set and has a Go compiler, it must be cleaned.
  	for _, char := range "56789" {
  		if isfile(pathf("%s%s%c%s", gobin, slash, char, "g")) {
  			for _, old := range oldtool {
  				xremove(pathf("%s/%s", gobin, old))
  			}
  			break
  		}
  	}
  
  	// For release, make sure excluded things are excluded.
  	goversion := findgoversion()
  	if strings.HasPrefix(goversion, "release.") || (strings.HasPrefix(goversion, "go") && !strings.Contains(goversion, "beta")) {
  		for _, dir := range unreleased {
  			if p := pathf("%s/%s", goroot, dir); isdir(p) {
  				fatal("%s should not exist in release build", p)
  			}
  		}
  	}
  }
  
  /*
   * Tool building
   */
  
  // deptab lists changes to the default dependencies for a given prefix.
  // deps ending in /* read the whole directory; deps beginning with -
  // exclude files with that prefix.
  var deptab = []struct {
  	prefix string   // prefix of target
  	dep    []string // dependency tweaks for targets with that prefix
  }{
  	{"cmd/go/internal/cfg", []string{
  		"zdefaultcc.go",
  		"zosarch.go",
  	}},
  	{"runtime/internal/sys", []string{
  		"zversion.go",
  	}},
  	{"go/build", []string{
  		"zcgo.go",
  	}},
  }
  
  // depsuffix records the allowed suffixes for source files.
  var depsuffix = []string{
  	".s",
  	".go",
  }
  
  // gentab records how to generate some trivial files.
  var gentab = []struct {
  	nameprefix string
  	gen        func(string, string)
  }{
  	{"zdefaultcc.go", mkzdefaultcc},
  	{"zosarch.go", mkzosarch},
  	{"zversion.go", mkzversion},
  	{"zcgo.go", mkzcgo},
  
  	// not generated anymore, but delete the file if we see it
  	{"enam.c", nil},
  	{"anames5.c", nil},
  	{"anames6.c", nil},
  	{"anames8.c", nil},
  	{"anames9.c", nil},
  }
  
  // installed maps from a dir name (as given to install) to a chan
  // closed when the dir's package is installed.
  var installed = make(map[string]chan struct{})
  
  // install installs the library, package, or binary associated with dir,
  // which is relative to $GOROOT/src.
  func install(dir string) {
  	if ch, ok := installed[dir]; ok {
  		defer close(ch)
  	}
  	for _, dep := range builddeps[dir] {
  		<-installed[dep]
  	}
  
  	if vflag > 0 {
  		if goos != gohostos || goarch != gohostarch {
  			errprintf("%s (%s/%s)\n", dir, goos, goarch)
  		} else {
  			errprintf("%s\n", dir)
  		}
  	}
  
  	workdir := pathf("%s/%s", workdir, dir)
  	xmkdirall(workdir)
  
  	var clean []string
  	defer func() {
  		for _, name := range clean {
  			xremove(name)
  		}
  	}()
  
  	// path = full path to dir.
  	path := pathf("%s/src/%s", goroot, dir)
  	name := filepath.Base(dir)
  
  	ispkg := !strings.HasPrefix(dir, "cmd/") || strings.Contains(dir, "/internal/")
  
  	// Start final link command line.
  	// Note: code below knows that link.p[targ] is the target.
  	var (
  		link      []string
  		targ      int
  		ispackcmd bool
  	)
  	if ispkg {
  		// Go library (package).
  		ispackcmd = true
  		link = []string{"pack", pathf("%s/pkg/%s_%s/%s.a", goroot, goos, goarch, dir)}
  		targ = len(link) - 1
  		xmkdirall(filepath.Dir(link[targ]))
  	} else {
  		// Go command.
  		elem := name
  		if elem == "go" {
  			elem = "go_bootstrap"
  		}
  		link = []string{pathf("%s/link", tooldir), "-o", pathf("%s/%s%s", tooldir, elem, exe)}
  		targ = len(link) - 1
  	}
  	ttarg := mtime(link[targ])
  
  	// Gather files that are sources for this target.
  	// Everything in that directory, and any target-specific
  	// additions.
  	files := xreaddir(path)
  
  	// Remove files beginning with . or _,
  	// which are likely to be editor temporary files.
  	// This is the same heuristic build.ScanDir uses.
  	// There do exist real C files beginning with _,
  	// so limit that check to just Go files.
  	files = filter(files, func(p string) bool {
  		return !strings.HasPrefix(p, ".") && (!strings.HasPrefix(p, "_") || !strings.HasSuffix(p, ".go"))
  	})
  
  	for _, dt := range deptab {
  		if dir == dt.prefix || strings.HasSuffix(dt.prefix, "/") && strings.HasPrefix(dir, dt.prefix) {
  			for _, p := range dt.dep {
  				p = os.ExpandEnv(p)
  				files = append(files, p)
  			}
  		}
  	}
  	files = uniq(files)
  
  	// Convert to absolute paths.
  	for i, p := range files {
  		if !isabs(p) {
  			files[i] = pathf("%s/%s", path, p)
  		}
  	}
  
  	// Is the target up-to-date?
  	var gofiles, missing []string
  	stale := rebuildall
  	files = filter(files, func(p string) bool {
  		for _, suf := range depsuffix {
  			if strings.HasSuffix(p, suf) {
  				goto ok
  			}
  		}
  		return false
  	ok:
  		t := mtime(p)
  		if !t.IsZero() && !strings.HasSuffix(p, ".a") && !shouldbuild(p, dir) {
  			return false
  		}
  		if strings.HasSuffix(p, ".go") {
  			gofiles = append(gofiles, p)
  		}
  		if t.After(ttarg) {
  			stale = true
  		}
  		if t.IsZero() {
  			missing = append(missing, p)
  		}
  		return true
  	})
  
  	// If there are no files to compile, we're done.
  	if len(files) == 0 {
  		return
  	}
  
  	if !stale {
  		return
  	}
  
  	// For package runtime, copy some files into the work space.
  	if dir == "runtime" || strings.HasPrefix(dir, "runtime/internal/") {
  		xmkdirall(pathf("%s/pkg/include", goroot))
  		// For use by assembly and C files.
  		copyfile(pathf("%s/pkg/include/textflag.h", goroot),
  			pathf("%s/src/runtime/textflag.h", goroot), 0)
  		copyfile(pathf("%s/pkg/include/funcdata.h", goroot),
  			pathf("%s/src/runtime/funcdata.h", goroot), 0)
  		copyfile(pathf("%s/pkg/include/asm_ppc64x.h", goroot),
  			pathf("%s/src/runtime/asm_ppc64x.h", goroot), 0)
  	}
  
  	// Generate any missing files; regenerate existing ones.
  	for _, p := range files {
  		elem := filepath.Base(p)
  		for _, gt := range gentab {
  			if gt.gen == nil {
  				continue
  			}
  			if strings.HasPrefix(elem, gt.nameprefix) {
  				if vflag > 1 {
  					errprintf("generate %s\n", p)
  				}
  				gt.gen(path, p)
  				// Do not add generated file to clean list.
  				// In runtime, we want to be able to
  				// build the package with the go tool,
  				// and it assumes these generated files already
  				// exist (it does not know how to build them).
  				// The 'clean' command can remove
  				// the generated files.
  				goto built
  			}
  		}
  		// Did not rebuild p.
  		if find(p, missing) >= 0 {
  			fatal("missing file %s", p)
  		}
  	built:
  	}
  
  	if goos != gohostos || goarch != gohostarch {
  		// We've generated the right files; the go command can do the build.
  		if vflag > 1 {
  			errprintf("skip build for cross-compile %s\n", dir)
  		}
  		return
  	}
  
  	var archive string
  	// The next loop will compile individual non-Go files.
  	// Hand the Go files to the compiler en masse.
  	// For package runtime, this writes go_asm.h, which
  	// the assembly files will need.
  	pkg := dir
  	if strings.HasPrefix(dir, "cmd/") {
  		pkg = "main"
  	}
  	b := pathf("%s/_go_.a", workdir)
  	clean = append(clean, b)
  	if !ispackcmd {
  		link = append(link, b)
  	} else {
  		archive = b
  	}
  	compile := []string{pathf("%s/compile", tooldir), "-pack", "-o", b, "-p", pkg}
  	if gogcflags != "" {
  		compile = append(compile, strings.Fields(gogcflags)...)
  	}
  	if dir == "runtime" {
  		compile = append(compile, "-+", "-asmhdr", pathf("%s/go_asm.h", workdir))
  	}
  	compile = append(compile, gofiles...)
  	run(path, CheckExit|ShowOutput, compile...)
  
  	// Compile the files.
  	var wg sync.WaitGroup
  	for _, p := range files {
  		if !strings.HasSuffix(p, ".s") {
  			continue
  		}
  
  		var compile []string
  		// Assembly file for a Go package.
  		compile = []string{
  			pathf("%s/asm", tooldir),
  			"-I", workdir,
  			"-I", pathf("%s/pkg/include", goroot),
  			"-D", "GOOS_" + goos,
  			"-D", "GOARCH_" + goarch,
  			"-D", "GOOS_GOARCH_" + goos + "_" + goarch,
  		}
  
  		doclean := true
  		b := pathf("%s/%s", workdir, filepath.Base(p))
  
  		// Change the last character of the output file (which was c or s).
  		b = b[:len(b)-1] + "o"
  		compile = append(compile, "-o", b, p)
  		bgrun(&wg, path, compile...)
  
  		link = append(link, b)
  		if doclean {
  			clean = append(clean, b)
  		}
  	}
  	bgwait(&wg)
  
  	if ispackcmd {
  		xremove(link[targ])
  		dopack(link[targ], archive, link[targ+1:])
  		return
  	}
  
  	// Remove target before writing it.
  	xremove(link[targ])
  	run("", CheckExit|ShowOutput, link...)
  }
  
  // matchfield reports whether the field (x,y,z) matches this build.
  // all the elements in the field must be satisfied.
  func matchfield(f string) bool {
  	for _, tag := range strings.Split(f, ",") {
  		if !matchtag(tag) {
  			return false
  		}
  	}
  	return true
  }
  
  // matchtag reports whether the tag (x or !x) matches this build.
  func matchtag(tag string) bool {
  	if tag == "" {
  		return false
  	}
  	if tag[0] == '!' {
  		if len(tag) == 1 || tag[1] == '!' {
  			return false
  		}
  		return !matchtag(tag[1:])
  	}
  	return tag == "gc" || tag == goos || tag == goarch || tag == "cmd_go_bootstrap" || tag == "go1.1" || (goos == "android" && tag == "linux")
  }
  
  // shouldbuild reports whether we should build this file.
  // It applies the same rules that are used with context tags
  // in package go/build, except it's less picky about the order
  // of GOOS and GOARCH.
  // We also allow the special tag cmd_go_bootstrap.
  // See ../go/bootstrap.go and package go/build.
  func shouldbuild(file, dir string) bool {
  	// Check file name for GOOS or GOARCH.
  	name := filepath.Base(file)
  	excluded := func(list []string, ok string) bool {
  		for _, x := range list {
  			if x == ok || ok == "android" && x == "linux" {
  				continue
  			}
  			i := strings.Index(name, x)
  			if i <= 0 || name[i-1] != '_' {
  				continue
  			}
  			i += len(x)
  			if i == len(name) || name[i] == '.' || name[i] == '_' {
  				return true
  			}
  		}
  		return false
  	}
  	if excluded(okgoos, goos) || excluded(okgoarch, goarch) {
  		return false
  	}
  
  	// Omit test files.
  	if strings.Contains(name, "_test") {
  		return false
  	}
  
  	// Check file contents for // +build lines.
  	for _, p := range splitlines(readfile(file)) {
  		p = strings.TrimSpace(p)
  		if p == "" {
  			continue
  		}
  		code := p
  		i := strings.Index(code, "//")
  		if i > 0 {
  			code = strings.TrimSpace(code[:i])
  		}
  		if code == "package documentation" {
  			return false
  		}
  		if code == "package main" && dir != "cmd/go" && dir != "cmd/cgo" {
  			return false
  		}
  		if !strings.HasPrefix(p, "//") {
  			break
  		}
  		if !strings.Contains(p, "+build") {
  			continue
  		}
  		fields := splitfields(p[2:])
  		if len(fields) < 1 || fields[0] != "+build" {
  			continue
  		}
  		for _, p := range fields[1:] {
  			if matchfield(p) {
  				goto fieldmatch
  			}
  		}
  		return false
  	fieldmatch:
  	}
  
  	return true
  }
  
  // copy copies the file src to dst, via memory (so only good for small files).
  func copyfile(dst, src string, flag int) {
  	if vflag > 1 {
  		errprintf("cp %s %s\n", src, dst)
  	}
  	writefile(readfile(src), dst, flag)
  }
  
  // dopack copies the package src to dst,
  // appending the files listed in extra.
  // The archive format is the traditional Unix ar format.
  func dopack(dst, src string, extra []string) {
  	bdst := bytes.NewBufferString(readfile(src))
  	for _, file := range extra {
  		b := readfile(file)
  		// find last path element for archive member name
  		i := strings.LastIndex(file, "/") + 1
  		j := strings.LastIndex(file, `\`) + 1
  		if i < j {
  			i = j
  		}
  		fmt.Fprintf(bdst, "%-16.16s%-12d%-6d%-6d%-8o%-10d`\n", file[i:], 0, 0, 0, 0644, len(b))
  		bdst.WriteString(b)
  		if len(b)&1 != 0 {
  			bdst.WriteByte(0)
  		}
  	}
  	writefile(bdst.String(), dst, 0)
  }
  
  // builddeps records the build dependencies for the 'go bootstrap' command.
  // It is a map[string][]string and generated by mkdeps.bash into deps.go.
  
  // buildlist is the list of directories being built, sorted by name.
  var buildlist = makeBuildlist()
  
  func makeBuildlist() []string {
  	var all []string
  	for dir := range builddeps {
  		all = append(all, dir)
  	}
  	sort.Strings(all)
  	return all
  }
  
  var runtimegen = []string{
  	"zaexperiment.h",
  	"zversion.go",
  }
  
  func clean() {
  	for _, name := range buildlist {
  		path := pathf("%s/src/%s", goroot, name)
  		// Remove generated files.
  		for _, elem := range xreaddir(path) {
  			for _, gt := range gentab {
  				if strings.HasPrefix(elem, gt.nameprefix) {
  					xremove(pathf("%s/%s", path, elem))
  				}
  			}
  		}
  		// Remove generated binary named for directory.
  		if strings.HasPrefix(name, "cmd/") {
  			xremove(pathf("%s/%s", path, name[4:]))
  		}
  	}
  
  	// remove runtimegen files.
  	path := pathf("%s/src/runtime", goroot)
  	for _, elem := range runtimegen {
  		xremove(pathf("%s/%s", path, elem))
  	}
  
  	if rebuildall {
  		// Remove object tree.
  		xremoveall(pathf("%s/pkg/obj/%s_%s", goroot, gohostos, gohostarch))
  
  		// Remove installed packages and tools.
  		xremoveall(pathf("%s/pkg/%s_%s", goroot, gohostos, gohostarch))
  		xremoveall(pathf("%s/pkg/%s_%s", goroot, goos, goarch))
  		xremoveall(pathf("%s/pkg/%s_%s_race", goroot, gohostos, gohostarch))
  		xremoveall(pathf("%s/pkg/%s_%s_race", goroot, goos, goarch))
  		xremoveall(tooldir)
  
  		// Remove cached version info.
  		xremove(pathf("%s/VERSION.cache", goroot))
  	}
  }
  
  /*
   * command implementations
   */
  
  func usage() {
  	xprintf("usage: go tool dist [command]\n" +
  		"Commands are:\n" +
  		"\n" +
  		"banner         print installation banner\n" +
  		"bootstrap      rebuild everything\n" +
  		"clean          deletes all built files\n" +
  		"env [-p]       print environment (-p: include $PATH)\n" +
  		"install [dir]  install individual directory\n" +
  		"list [-json]   list all supported platforms\n" +
  		"test [-h]      run Go test(s)\n" +
  		"version        print Go version\n" +
  		"\n" +
  		"All commands take -v flags to emit extra information.\n",
  	)
  	xexit(2)
  }
  
  // The env command prints the default environment.
  func cmdenv() {
  	path := flag.Bool("p", false, "emit updated PATH")
  	plan9 := flag.Bool("9", false, "emit plan 9 syntax")
  	windows := flag.Bool("w", false, "emit windows syntax")
  	xflagparse(0)
  
  	format := "%s=\"%s\"\n"
  	switch {
  	case *plan9:
  		format = "%s='%s'\n"
  	case *windows:
  		format = "set %s=%s\r\n"
  	}
  
  	xprintf(format, "CC", defaultcc)
  	xprintf(format, "CC_FOR_TARGET", defaultcctarget)
  	xprintf(format, "GOROOT", goroot)
  	xprintf(format, "GOBIN", gobin)
  	xprintf(format, "GOARCH", goarch)
  	xprintf(format, "GOOS", goos)
  	xprintf(format, "GOHOSTARCH", gohostarch)
  	xprintf(format, "GOHOSTOS", gohostos)
  	xprintf(format, "GOTOOLDIR", tooldir)
  	if goarch == "arm" {
  		xprintf(format, "GOARM", goarm)
  	}
  	if goarch == "386" {
  		xprintf(format, "GO386", go386)
  	}
  
  	if *path {
  		sep := ":"
  		if gohostos == "windows" {
  			sep = ";"
  		}
  		xprintf(format, "PATH", fmt.Sprintf("%s%s%s", gobin, sep, os.Getenv("PATH")))
  	}
  }
  
  // The bootstrap command runs a build from scratch,
  // stopping at having installed the go_bootstrap command.
  func cmdbootstrap() {
  	flag.BoolVar(&rebuildall, "a", rebuildall, "rebuild all")
  	xflagparse(0)
  
  	if isdir(pathf("%s/src/pkg", goroot)) {
  		fatal("\n\n"+
  			"The Go package sources have moved to $GOROOT/src.\n"+
  			"*** %s still exists. ***\n"+
  			"It probably contains stale files that may confuse the build.\n"+
  			"Please (check what's there and) remove it and try again.\n"+
  			"See https://golang.org/s/go14nopkg\n",
  			pathf("%s/src/pkg", goroot))
  	}
  
  	if rebuildall {
  		clean()
  	}
  
  	setup()
  
  	checkCC()
  	bootstrapBuildTools()
  
  	// For the main bootstrap, building for host os/arch.
  	oldgoos = goos
  	oldgoarch = goarch
  	goos = gohostos
  	goarch = gohostarch
  	os.Setenv("GOHOSTARCH", gohostarch)
  	os.Setenv("GOHOSTOS", gohostos)
  	os.Setenv("GOARCH", goarch)
  	os.Setenv("GOOS", goos)
  
  	// TODO(rsc): Enable when appropriate.
  	// This step is only needed if we believe that the Go compiler built from Go 1.4
  	// will produce different object files than the Go compiler built from itself.
  	// In the absence of bugs, that should not happen.
  	// And if there are bugs, they're more likely in the current development tree
  	// than in a standard release like Go 1.4, so don't do this rebuild by default.
  	if false {
  		xprintf("##### Building Go toolchain using itself.\n")
  		for _, dir := range buildlist {
  			installed[dir] = make(chan struct{})
  		}
  		var wg sync.WaitGroup
  		for _, dir := range builddeps["cmd/go"] {
  			wg.Add(1)
  			dir := dir
  			go func() {
  				defer wg.Done()
  				install(dir)
  			}()
  		}
  		wg.Wait()
  		xprintf("\n")
  	}
  
  	xprintf("##### Building go_bootstrap for host, %s/%s.\n", gohostos, gohostarch)
  	for _, dir := range buildlist {
  		installed[dir] = make(chan struct{})
  	}
  	for _, dir := range buildlist {
  		go install(dir)
  	}
  	<-installed["cmd/go"]
  
  	goos = oldgoos
  	goarch = oldgoarch
  	os.Setenv("GOARCH", goarch)
  	os.Setenv("GOOS", goos)
  
  	// Build runtime for actual goos/goarch too.
  	if goos != gohostos || goarch != gohostarch {
  		installed["runtime"] = make(chan struct{})
  		install("runtime")
  	}
  }
  
  // Cannot use go/build directly because cmd/dist for a new release
  // builds against an old release's go/build, which may be out of sync.
  // To reduce duplication, we generate the list for go/build from this.
  //
  // We list all supported platforms in this list, so that this is the
  // single point of truth for supported platforms. This list is used
  // by 'go tool dist list'.
  var cgoEnabled = map[string]bool{
  	"darwin/386":      true,
  	"darwin/amd64":    true,
  	"darwin/arm":      true,
  	"darwin/arm64":    true,
  	"dragonfly/amd64": true,
  	"freebsd/386":     true,
  	"freebsd/amd64":   true,
  	"freebsd/arm":     false,
  	"linux/386":       true,
  	"linux/amd64":     true,
  	"linux/arm":       true,
  	"linux/arm64":     true,
  	"linux/ppc64":     false,
  	"linux/ppc64le":   true,
  	"linux/mips":      true,
  	"linux/mipsle":    true,
  	"linux/mips64":    true,
  	"linux/mips64le":  true,
  	"linux/s390x":     true,
  	"android/386":     true,
  	"android/amd64":   true,
  	"android/arm":     true,
  	"android/arm64":   true,
  	"nacl/386":        false,
  	"nacl/amd64p32":   false,
  	"nacl/arm":        false,
  	"netbsd/386":      true,
  	"netbsd/amd64":    true,
  	"netbsd/arm":      true,
  	"openbsd/386":     true,
  	"openbsd/amd64":   true,
  	"openbsd/arm":     false,
  	"plan9/386":       false,
  	"plan9/amd64":     false,
  	"plan9/arm":       false,
  	"solaris/amd64":   true,
  	"windows/386":     true,
  	"windows/amd64":   true,
  }
  
  func needCC() bool {
  	switch os.Getenv("CGO_ENABLED") {
  	case "1":
  		return true
  	case "0":
  		return false
  	}
  	return cgoEnabled[gohostos+"/"+gohostarch]
  }
  
  func checkCC() {
  	if !needCC() {
  		return
  	}
  	if output, err := exec.Command(defaultcc, "--help").CombinedOutput(); err != nil {
  		outputHdr := ""
  		if len(output) > 0 {
  			outputHdr = "\nCommand output:\n\n"
  		}
  		fatal("cannot invoke C compiler %q: %v\n\n"+
  			"Go needs a system C compiler for use with cgo.\n"+
  			"To set a C compiler, set CC=the-compiler.\n"+
  			"To disable cgo, set CGO_ENABLED=0.\n%s%s", defaultcc, err, outputHdr, output)
  	}
  }
  
  func defaulttarg() string {
  	// xgetwd might return a path with symlinks fully resolved, and if
  	// there happens to be symlinks in goroot, then the hasprefix test
  	// will never succeed. Instead, we use xrealwd to get a canonical
  	// goroot/src before the comparison to avoid this problem.
  	pwd := xgetwd()
  	src := pathf("%s/src/", goroot)
  	real_src := xrealwd(src)
  	if !strings.HasPrefix(pwd, real_src) {
  		fatal("current directory %s is not under %s", pwd, real_src)
  	}
  	pwd = pwd[len(real_src):]
  	// guard against xrealwd returning the directory without the trailing /
  	pwd = strings.TrimPrefix(pwd, "/")
  
  	return pwd
  }
  
  // Install installs the list of packages named on the command line.
  func cmdinstall() {
  	xflagparse(-1)
  
  	if flag.NArg() == 0 {
  		install(defaulttarg())
  	}
  
  	for _, arg := range flag.Args() {
  		install(arg)
  	}
  }
  
  // Clean deletes temporary objects.
  func cmdclean() {
  	xflagparse(0)
  	clean()
  }
  
  // Banner prints the 'now you've installed Go' banner.
  func cmdbanner() {
  	xflagparse(0)
  
  	xprintf("\n")
  	xprintf("---\n")
  	xprintf("Installed Go for %s/%s in %s\n", goos, goarch, goroot)
  	xprintf("Installed commands in %s\n", gobin)
  
  	if !xsamefile(goroot_final, goroot) {
  		// If the files are to be moved, don't check that gobin
  		// is on PATH; assume they know what they are doing.
  	} else if gohostos == "plan9" {
  		// Check that gobin is bound before /bin.
  		pid := strings.Replace(readfile("#c/pid"), " ", "", -1)
  		ns := fmt.Sprintf("/proc/%s/ns", pid)
  		if !strings.Contains(readfile(ns), fmt.Sprintf("bind -b %s /bin", gobin)) {
  			xprintf("*** You need to bind %s before /bin.\n", gobin)
  		}
  	} else {
  		// Check that gobin appears in $PATH.
  		pathsep := ":"
  		if gohostos == "windows" {
  			pathsep = ";"
  		}
  		if !strings.Contains(pathsep+os.Getenv("PATH")+pathsep, pathsep+gobin+pathsep) {
  			xprintf("*** You need to add %s to your PATH.\n", gobin)
  		}
  	}
  
  	if !xsamefile(goroot_final, goroot) {
  		xprintf("\n"+
  			"The binaries expect %s to be copied or moved to %s\n",
  			goroot, goroot_final)
  	}
  }
  
  // Version prints the Go version.
  func cmdversion() {
  	xflagparse(0)
  	xprintf("%s\n", findgoversion())
  }
  
  // cmdlist lists all supported platforms.
  func cmdlist() {
  	jsonFlag := flag.Bool("json", false, "produce JSON output")
  	xflagparse(0)
  
  	var plats []string
  	for p := range cgoEnabled {
  		plats = append(plats, p)
  	}
  	sort.Strings(plats)
  
  	if !*jsonFlag {
  		for _, p := range plats {
  			xprintf("%s\n", p)
  		}
  		return
  	}
  
  	type jsonResult struct {
  		GOOS         string
  		GOARCH       string
  		CgoSupported bool
  	}
  	var results []jsonResult
  	for _, p := range plats {
  		fields := strings.Split(p, "/")
  		results = append(results, jsonResult{
  			GOOS:         fields[0],
  			GOARCH:       fields[1],
  			CgoSupported: cgoEnabled[p]})
  	}
  	out, err := json.MarshalIndent(results, "", "\t")
  	if err != nil {
  		fatal("json marshal error: %v", err)
  	}
  	if _, err := os.Stdout.Write(out); err != nil {
  		fatal("write failed: %v", err)
  	}
  }
  

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