Source code for swh.model.merkle

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"""Merkle tree data structure"""

from __future__ import annotations

import abc
from typing import Any, Dict, Iterator, List, Set

[docs] class MerkleNode(dict, metaclass=abc.ABCMeta): """Representation of a node in a Merkle Tree. A (generalized) `Merkle Tree`_ is a tree in which every node is labeled with a hash of its own data and the hash of its children. .. _Merkle Tree: In pseudocode:: node.hash = hash( + sum(child.hash for child in node.children)) This class efficiently implements the Merkle Tree data structure on top of a Python :class:`dict`, minimizing hash computations and new data collections when updating nodes. Node data is stored in the :attr:`data` attribute, while (named) children are stored as items of the underlying dictionary. Addition, update and removal of objects are instrumented to automatically invalidate the hashes of the current node as well as its registered parents; It also resets the collection status of the objects so the updated objects can be collected. The collection of updated data from the tree is implemented through the :func:`collect` function and associated helpers. """ __slots__ = ["parents", "data", "__hash", "collected"] data: Dict """data associated to the current node""" parents: List """known parents of the current node""" collected: bool """whether the current node has been collected""" def __init__(self, data=None): super().__init__() self.parents = [] = data self.__hash = None self.collected = False def __eq__(self, other): return ( isinstance(other, MerkleNode) and super().__eq__(other) and == ) def __ne__(self, other): return not self.__eq__(other)
[docs] def invalidate_hash(self): """Invalidate the cached hash of the current node.""" if not self.__hash: return self.__hash = None self.collected = False for parent in self.parents: parent.invalidate_hash()
[docs] def update_hash(self, *, force=False) -> Any: """Recursively compute the hash of the current node. Args: force (bool): invalidate the cache and force the computation for this node and all children. """ if self.__hash and not force: return self.__hash if force: self.invalidate_hash() for child in self.values(): child.update_hash(force=force) self.__hash = self.compute_hash() return self.__hash
@property def hash(self) -> Any: """The hash of the current node, as calculated by :func:`compute_hash`. """ return self.update_hash() def __hash__(self): return hash(self.hash)
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def compute_hash(self) -> Any: """Compute the hash of the current node. The hash should depend on the data of the node, as well as on hashes of the children nodes. """ raise NotImplementedError("Must implement compute_hash method")
def __setitem__(self, name, new_child): """Add a child, invalidating the current hash""" self.invalidate_hash() super().__setitem__(name, new_child) new_child.parents.append(self) def __delitem__(self, name): """Remove a child, invalidating the current hash""" if name in self: self.invalidate_hash() self[name].parents.remove(self) super().__delitem__(name) else: raise KeyError(name)
[docs] def update(self, new_children): """Add several named children from a dictionary""" if not new_children: return self.invalidate_hash() for name, new_child in new_children.items(): new_child.parents.append(self) if name in self: self[name].parents.remove(self) super().update(new_children)
[docs] def get_data(self, **kwargs): """Retrieve and format the collected data for the current node, for use by :func:`collect`. Can be overridden, for instance when you want the collected data to contain information about the child nodes. Arguments: kwargs: allow subclasses to alter behaviour depending on how :func:`collect` is called. Returns: data formatted for :func:`collect` """ return
[docs] def collect_node(self) -> Set[MerkleNode]: """Collect the current node if it has not been yet, for use by :func:`collect`.""" if not self.collected: self.collected = True return {self} else: return set()
[docs] def collect(self) -> Set[MerkleNode]: """Collect the added and modified nodes in the subtree rooted at `self` since the last collect operation. Returns: A :class:`set` of collected nodes """ ret = self.collect_node() for child in self.values(): ret.update(child.collect()) return ret
[docs] def reset_collect(self): """Recursively unmark collected nodes in the subtree rooted at `self`. This lets the caller use :func:`collect` again. """ self.collected = False for child in self.values(): child.reset_collect()
[docs] def iter_tree(self, dedup=True) -> Iterator[MerkleNode]: """Yields all children nodes, recursively. Common nodes are deduplicated by default (deduplication can be turned off setting the given argument 'dedup' to False). """ yield from self._iter_tree(set(), dedup)
def _iter_tree(self, seen: Set[bytes], dedup) -> Iterator[MerkleNode]: if self.hash not in seen: if dedup: seen.add(self.hash) yield self for child in self.values(): yield from child._iter_tree(seen=seen, dedup=dedup)
[docs] class MerkleLeaf(MerkleNode): """A leaf to a Merkle tree. A Merkle leaf is simply a Merkle node with children disabled. """ __slots__ = [] # type: List[str] def __setitem__(self, name, child): raise ValueError("%s is a leaf" % self.__class__.__name__) def __getitem__(self, name): raise ValueError("%s is a leaf" % self.__class__.__name__) def __delitem__(self, name): raise ValueError("%s is a leaf" % self.__class__.__name__)
[docs] def update(self, new_children): """Children update operation. Disabled for leaves.""" raise ValueError("%s is a leaf" % self.__class__.__name__)