SCons / src / engine / SCons / Debug.py

"""SCons.Debug

Code for debugging SCons internal things.  Shouldn't be
needed by most users.

"""

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import os
import sys
import time
import weakref

tracked_classes = {}

def logInstanceCreation(instance, name=None):
    if name is None:
        name = instance.__class__.__name__
    if name not in tracked_classes:
        tracked_classes[name] = []
    tracked_classes[name].append(weakref.ref(instance))

def string_to_classes(s):
    if s == '*':
        return sorted(tracked_classes.keys())
    else:
        return s.split()

def fetchLoggedInstances(classes="*"):
    classnames = string_to_classes(classes)
    return [(cn, len(tracked_classes[cn])) for cn in classnames]
  
def countLoggedInstances(classes, file=sys.stdout):
    for classname in string_to_classes(classes):
        file.write("%s: %d\n" % (classname, len(tracked_classes[classname])))

def listLoggedInstances(classes, file=sys.stdout):
    for classname in string_to_classes(classes):
        file.write('\n%s:\n' % classname)
        for ref in tracked_classes[classname]:
            obj = ref()
            if obj is not None:
                file.write('    %s\n' % repr(obj))

def dumpLoggedInstances(classes, file=sys.stdout):
    for classname in string_to_classes(classes):
        file.write('\n%s:\n' % classname)
        for ref in tracked_classes[classname]:
            obj = ref()
            if obj is not None:
                file.write('    %s:\n' % obj)
                for key, value in obj.__dict__.items():
                    file.write('        %20s : %s\n' % (key, value))



if sys.platform[:5] == "linux":
    # Linux doesn't actually support memory usage stats from getrusage().
    def memory():
        mstr = open('/proc/self/stat').read()
        mstr = mstr.split()[22]
        return int(mstr)
elif sys.platform[:6] == 'darwin':
    #TODO really get memory stats for OS X
    def memory():
        return 0
else:
    try:
        import resource
    except ImportError:
        try:
            import win32process
            import win32api
        except ImportError:
            def memory():
                return 0
        else:
            def memory():
                process_handle = win32api.GetCurrentProcess()
                memory_info = win32process.GetProcessMemoryInfo( process_handle )
                return memory_info['PeakWorkingSetSize']
    else:
        def memory():
            res = resource.getrusage(resource.RUSAGE_SELF)
            return res[4]

# returns caller's stack
def caller_stack(*backlist):
    import traceback
    if not backlist:
        backlist = [0]
    result = []
    for back in backlist:
        tb = traceback.extract_stack(limit=3+back)
        key = tb[0][:3]
        result.append('%s:%d(%s)' % func_shorten(key))
    return result

caller_bases = {}
caller_dicts = {}

# trace a caller's stack
def caller_trace(back=0):
    import traceback
    tb = traceback.extract_stack(limit=3+back)
    tb.reverse()
    callee = tb[1][:3]
    caller_bases[callee] = caller_bases.get(callee, 0) + 1
    for caller in tb[2:]:
        caller = callee + caller[:3]
        try:
            entry = caller_dicts[callee]
        except KeyError:
            caller_dicts[callee] = entry = {}
        entry[caller] = entry.get(caller, 0) + 1
        callee = caller

# print a single caller and its callers, if any
def _dump_one_caller(key, file, level=0):
    leader = '      '*level
    for v,c in sorted([(-v,c) for c,v in caller_dicts[key].items()]):
        file.write("%s  %6d %s:%d(%s)\n" % ((leader,-v) + func_shorten(c[-3:])))
        if c in caller_dicts:
            _dump_one_caller(c, file, level+1)

# print each call tree
def dump_caller_counts(file=sys.stdout):
    for k in sorted(caller_bases.keys()):
        file.write("Callers of %s:%d(%s), %d calls:\n"
                    % (func_shorten(k) + (caller_bases[k],)))
        _dump_one_caller(k, file)

shorten_list = [
    ( '/scons/SCons/',          1),
    ( '/src/engine/SCons/',     1),
    ( '/usr/lib/python',        0),
]

if os.sep != '/':
    shorten_list = [(t[0].replace('/', os.sep), t[1]) for t in shorten_list]

def func_shorten(func_tuple):
    f = func_tuple[0]
    for t in shorten_list:
        i = f.find(t[0])
        if i >= 0:
            if t[1]:
                i = i + len(t[0])
            return (f[i:],)+func_tuple[1:]
    return func_tuple


TraceFP = {}
if sys.platform == 'win32':
    TraceDefault = 'con'
else:
    TraceDefault = '/dev/tty'

TimeStampDefault = None
StartTime = time.time()
PreviousTime = StartTime

def Trace(msg, file=None, mode='w', tstamp=None):
    """Write a trace message to a file.  Whenever a file is specified,
    it becomes the default for the next call to Trace()."""
    global TraceDefault
    global TimeStampDefault
    global PreviousTime
    if file is None:
        file = TraceDefault
    else:
        TraceDefault = file
    if tstamp is None:
        tstamp = TimeStampDefault
    else:
        TimeStampDefault = tstamp
    try:
        fp = TraceFP[file]
    except KeyError:
        try:
            fp = TraceFP[file] = open(file, mode)
        except TypeError:
            # Assume we were passed an open file pointer.
            fp = file
    if tstamp:
        now = time.time()
        fp.write('%8.4f %8.4f:  ' % (now - StartTime, now - PreviousTime))
        PreviousTime = now
    fp.write(msg)
    fp.flush()

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