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# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
# Shell function library for functions specific to creating dev
# images from base images. The main function for export in this
# library is 'install_dev_packages'.
# Modifies an existing image to add development packages.
# Takes as an arg the name of the image to be created.
install_dev_packages() {
local image_name=$1
info "Adding developer packages to ${image_name}"
trap "unmount_image ; delete_prompt" EXIT
mount_image "${BUILD_DIR}/${image_name}" "${ROOT_FS_DIR}" \
# Determine the root dir for developer packages.
local root_dev_dir="${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/local"
# Install developer packages described in chromeos-dev.
emerge_to_image --root="${root_dev_dir}" chromeos-dev
# Copy over the libc debug info so that gdb
# works with threads and also for a better debugging experience.
sudo mkdir -p "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/local/usr/lib/debug"
pbzip2 -dc --ignore-trailing-garbage=1 "${LIBC_PATH}" | \
sudo tar xpf - -C "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/local/usr/lib/debug" \
./usr/lib/debug/usr/${CHOST} --strip-components=6
# Since gdb only looks in /usr/lib/debug, symlink the /usr/local
# path so that it is found automatically.
sudo ln -s /usr/local/usr/lib/debug "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/lib/debug"
# Install the bare necessary files so that the "emerge" command works
sudo cp -a ${root_dev_dir}/share/portage ${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/share
sudo sed -i s,/usr/bin/wget,wget, \
sudo mkdir -p ${ROOT_FS_DIR}/etc/make.profile
# Re-run ldconfig to fix /etc/
sudo /sbin/ldconfig -r "${ROOT_FS_DIR}"
# Mark the image as a developer image (input to chromeos_startup).
# TODO(arkaitzr): Remove this file when applications no longer rely on it
# ( The preferred way of determining developer mode status
# is via crossystem cros_debug?1 (checks boot args for "cros_debug").
sudo mkdir -p "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/root"
sudo touch "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/root/.dev_mode"
# Additional changes to developer image.
# Leave core files for developers to inspect.
sudo touch "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/root/.leave_core"
# This hack is only needed for devs who have old versions of glibc, which
# filtered out ldd when cross-compiling. TODO(davidjames): Remove this hack
# once everybody has upgraded to a new version of glibc.
if [[ ! -x "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/bin/ldd" ]]; then
sudo cp -a "$(which ldd)" "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/bin"
# If vim is installed, then a vi symlink would probably help.
if [[ -x "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/local/bin/vim" ]]; then
sudo ln -sf vim "${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/local/bin/vi"
# If pygtk is installed in stateful-dev, then install a path.
if [[ -d \
"${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/local/lib/python2.6/site-packages/gtk-2.0" ]]; then
sudo bash -c "\
echo gtk-2.0 > \
# File searches /usr/share by default, so add a wrapper script so it
# can find the right path in /usr/local.
local path="${ROOT_FS_DIR}/usr/local/bin/file"
if [[ -x ${path} ]]; then
sudo mv "${path}" "${path}.bin"
sudo_clobber "${path}" <<EOF
exec file.bin -m /usr/local/share/misc/magic.mgc "\$@"
sudo chmod a+rx "${path}"
# If python is installed on stateful-dev, fix python symlinks.
local python_path="/usr/local/bin/python2.6"
if [ -e "${ROOT_FS_DIR}${python_path}" ]; then
info "Fixing python symlinks for developer and test images."
local python_paths="/usr/bin/python /usr/local/bin/python \
/usr/bin/python2 /usr/local/bin/python2"
for path in ${python_paths}; do
sudo rm -f "${ROOT_FS_DIR}${path}"
sudo ln -s ${python_path} "${ROOT_FS_DIR}${path}"
info "Developer image built and stored at ${image_name}"
trap - EXIT
if should_build_image ${image_name}; then
${SCRIPTS_DIR}/bin/cros_make_image_bootable "${BUILD_DIR}" \
${image_name} \