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#! /bin/sh
# Copyright (C) 2016 Red Hat, Inc.
# Author: Paolo Bonzini <>
# Print statistics about header file inclusions.
# The script has two modes of execution:
# 1) if invoked with a path on the command line (possibly
# preceded by a "--" argument), it will run the analysis on
# an existing build directory
# 2) otherwise, it will configure and builds QEMU itself in a
# "+build" subdirectory which is left around when the script
# exits. In this case the command line is passed directly to
# "make" (typically used for a "-j" argument suitable for your
# system).
# Inspired by a post by Markus Armbruster.
case "x$1" in
cd "$1" || exit $?
x-* | x)
mkdir -p +build
cd +build
test -f Makefile && make distclean
make "$@"
cd "$1" || exit $?
QEMU_CFLAGS=$(sed -n s/^QEMU_CFLAGS=//p config-host.mak)
QEMU_INCLUDES=$(sed -n s/^QEMU_INCLUDES=//p config-host.mak | \
sed 's/$(SRC_PATH)/../g' )
CFLAGS=$(sed -n s/^CFLAGS=//p config-host.mak)
grep_include() {
find . -name "*.d" -exec grep -l "$@" {} + | wc -l
echo Found $(find . -name "*.d" | wc -l) object files
echo $(grep_include -F 'include/qemu-common.h') files include qemu-common.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'hw/hw.h') files include hw/hw.h
echo $(grep_include 'target-[a-z0-9]*/cpu\.h') files include cpu.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'qapi-types.h') files include qapi-types.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'trace/generated-tracers.h') files include generated-tracers.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'qapi/error.h') files include qapi/error.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'qom/object.h') files include qom/object.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'block/aio.h') files include block/aio.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'exec/memory.h') files include exec/memory.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'fpu/softfloat.h') files include fpu/softfloat.h
echo $(grep_include -F 'qemu/bswap.h') files include qemu/bswap.h
/^# / { file = $3;next }
NR>1 { bytes[file]+=length()+1; lines[file]++ }
END { for(i in lines) print i,lines[i],bytes[i] }'
/\/usr.*\/glib/ {glib_l+=$2;glib_b+=$3;glib_f++;next}
/\/usr/ {sys_l+=$2;sys_b+=$3;sys_f++;next}
printf "%s\t %s\t %s\t %s\n", "lines", "bytes", "files", "source"
printf "%s\t %s\t %s\t %s\n", qemu_l, qemu_b, qemu_f, "QEMU"
printf "%s\t %s\t %s\t %s\n", sys_l, sys_b, sys_f, "system"
printf "%s\t %s\t %s\t %s\n", glib_l, glib_b, glib_f, "glib"
printf "%s\t %s\t %s\t %s\n", tot_l, tot_b, tot_f, "total"
analyze() {
awk "$awk1" | awk "$awk2"
echo osdep.h:
analyze ../include/qemu/osdep.h
echo qemu-common.h:
analyze -include ../include/qemu/osdep.h ../include/qemu-common.h
echo hw/hw.h:
analyze -include ../include/qemu/osdep.h ../include/hw/hw.h
echo trace/generated-tracers.h:
analyze -include ../include/qemu/osdep.h trace/generated-tracers.h
echo target-i386/cpu.h:
analyze -DNEED_CPU_H -I../target-i386 -Ii386-softmmu -include ../include/qemu/osdep.h ../target-i386/cpu.h
echo hw/hw.h + NEED_CPU_H:
analyze -DNEED_CPU_H -I../target-i386 -Ii386-softmmu -include ../include/qemu/osdep.h ../include/hw/hw.h