Source code for swh.lister.hackage

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Hackage lister

The Hackage lister list origins from ``_, the `Haskell`_ Package

The registry provide an `http api`_ from where the lister retrieve package names
and build origins urls.

As of August 2022 ``_ list 15536 package names.

Origins retrieving strategy

To get a list of all package names we make a POST call to
```` endpoint with some params given as
json data.

Default params::

        "page": 0,
        "sortColumn": "default",
        "sortDirection": "ascending",
        "searchQuery": "(deprecated:any)",

The page size is 50. The lister will make has much http api call has needed to get
all results.

For incremental mode we expand the search query with ``lastUpload`` greater than
``state.last_listing_date``, the api will return all new or updated package names since
last run.

Page listing

The result is paginated, each page is 50 records long.

Entry data set example::

        "description": "3D model parsers",
        "downloads": 6,
        "lastUpload": "2014-11-08T03:55:23.879047Z",
        "maintainers": [{"display": "capsjac", "uri": "/user/capsjac"}],
        "name": {"display": "3dmodels", "uri": "/package/3dmodels"},
        "tags": [
            {"display": "graphics", "uri": "/packages/tag/graphics"},
            {"display": "lgpl", "uri": "/packages/tag/lgpl"},
            {"display": "library", "uri": "/packages/tag/library"},
        "votes": 1.5,

Origins from page

The lister yields 50 origins url per page.
Each ListedOrigin has a ``last_update`` date set.

Running tests

Activate the virtualenv and run from within swh-lister directory::

   pytest -s -vv --log-cli-level=DEBUG swh/lister/hackage/tests

Testing with Docker

Change directory to swh/docker then launch the docker environment::

   docker compose up -d

Then schedule an Hackage listing task::

   docker compose exec swh-scheduler swh scheduler task add -p oneshot list-hackage

You can follow lister execution by displaying logs of swh-lister service::

   docker compose logs -f swh-lister

.. _Haskell:
.. _http api:

[docs] def register(): from .lister import HackageLister return { "lister": HackageLister, "task_modules": ["%s.tasks" % __name__], }