Source code for swh.loader.package.loader

# Copyright (C) 2019-2021  The Software Heritage developers
# See the AUTHORS file at the top-level directory of this distribution
# License: GNU General Public License version 3, or any later version
# See top-level LICENSE file for more information

import datetime
import hashlib
from itertools import islice
import json
import logging
import os
import string
import sys
import tempfile
from typing import (
    Any,
    Dict,
    Generic,
    Iterable,
    Iterator,
    List,
    Mapping,
    Optional,
    Sequence,
    Set,
    Tuple,
    TypeVar,
)

import attr
from requests.exceptions import ContentDecodingError
import sentry_sdk

from swh.core.tarball import uncompress
from swh.loader.core.loader import BaseLoader
from swh.loader.exception import NotFound
from swh.loader.package.utils import download
from swh.model import from_disk
from swh.model.hashutil import hash_to_hex
from swh.model.model import (
    ExtID,
    MetadataAuthority,
    MetadataAuthorityType,
    MetadataFetcher,
)
from swh.model.model import (
    Origin,
    OriginVisit,
    OriginVisitStatus,
    RawExtrinsicMetadata,
    Release,
    Revision,
    Sha1Git,
    Snapshot,
)
from swh.model.model import ObjectType as ModelObjectType
from swh.model.swhids import CoreSWHID, ExtendedObjectType, ExtendedSWHID, ObjectType
from swh.storage.algos.snapshot import snapshot_get_latest
from swh.storage.interface import StorageInterface
from swh.storage.utils import now

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)


SWH_METADATA_AUTHORITY = MetadataAuthority(
    type=MetadataAuthorityType.REGISTRY,
    url="https://softwareheritage.org/",
    metadata={},
)
"""Metadata authority for extrinsic metadata generated by Software Heritage.
Used for metadata on "original artifacts", ie. length, filename, and checksums
of downloaded archive files."""


PartialExtID = Tuple[str, bytes]
"""The ``extid_type`` and ``extid`` fields of an :class:`ExtID` object."""


[docs]@attr.s class RawExtrinsicMetadataCore: """Contains the core of the metadata extracted by a loader, that will be used to build a full RawExtrinsicMetadata object by adding object identifier, context, and provenance information.""" format = attr.ib(type=str) metadata = attr.ib(type=bytes) discovery_date = attr.ib(type=Optional[datetime.datetime], default=None) """Defaults to the visit date."""
[docs]@attr.s class BasePackageInfo: """Compute the primary key for a dict using the id_keys as primary key composite. Args: d: A dict entry to compute the primary key on id_keys: Sequence of keys to use as primary key Returns: The identity for that dict entry """ url = attr.ib(type=str) filename = attr.ib(type=Optional[str]) version = attr.ib(type=str) """Version name/number.""" MANIFEST_FORMAT: Optional[string.Template] = None """If not None, used by the default extid() implementation to format a manifest, before hashing it to produce an ExtID.""" EXTID_TYPE: str = "package-manifest-sha256" # The following attribute has kw_only=True in order to allow subclasses # to add attributes. Without kw_only, attributes without default values cannot # go after attributes with default values. # See <https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/38> directory_extrinsic_metadata = attr.ib( type=List[RawExtrinsicMetadataCore], default=[], kw_only=True, ) """:term:`extrinsic metadata` collected by the loader, that will be attached to the loaded directory and added to the Metadata storage.""" # TODO: add support for metadata for releases and contents
[docs] def extid(self) -> Optional[PartialExtID]: """Returns a unique intrinsic identifier of this package info, or None if this package info is not 'deduplicatable' (meaning that we will always load it, instead of checking the ExtID storage to see if we already did)""" if self.MANIFEST_FORMAT is None: return None else: manifest = self.MANIFEST_FORMAT.substitute( {k: str(v) for (k, v) in attr.asdict(self).items()} ) return (self.EXTID_TYPE, hashlib.sha256(manifest.encode()).digest())
TPackageInfo = TypeVar("TPackageInfo", bound=BasePackageInfo)
[docs]class PackageLoader(BaseLoader, Generic[TPackageInfo]): # Origin visit type (str) set by the loader visit_type = "" visit_date: datetime.datetime def __init__( self, storage: StorageInterface, url: str, max_content_size: Optional[int] = None, ): """Loader's constructor. This raises exception if the minimal required configuration is missing (cf. fn:`check` method). Args: storage: Storage instance url: Origin url to load data from """ super().__init__(storage=storage, max_content_size=max_content_size) self.url = url self.visit_date = datetime.datetime.now(tz=datetime.timezone.utc)
[docs] def get_versions(self) -> Sequence[str]: """Return the list of all published package versions. Raises: class:`swh.loader.exception.NotFound` error when failing to read the published package versions. Returns: Sequence of published versions """ return []
[docs] def get_package_info(self, version: str) -> Iterator[Tuple[str, TPackageInfo]]: """Given a release version of a package, retrieve the associated package information for such version. Args: version: Package version Returns: (branch name, package metadata) """ yield from {}
[docs] def build_release( self, p_info: TPackageInfo, uncompressed_path: str, directory: Sha1Git ) -> Optional[Release]: """Build the release from the archive metadata (extrinsic artifact metadata) and the intrinsic metadata. Args: p_info: Package information uncompressed_path: Artifact uncompressed path on disk """ raise NotImplementedError("build_release")
[docs] def get_default_version(self) -> str: """Retrieve the latest release version if any. Returns: Latest version """ return ""
[docs] def last_snapshot(self) -> Optional[Snapshot]: """Retrieve the last snapshot out of the last visit. """ return snapshot_get_latest(self.storage, self.url)
[docs] def new_packageinfo_to_extid(self, p_info: TPackageInfo) -> Optional[PartialExtID]: return p_info.extid()
def _get_known_extids( self, packages_info: List[TPackageInfo] ) -> Dict[PartialExtID, List[CoreSWHID]]: """Compute the ExtIDs from new PackageInfo objects, searches which are already loaded in the archive, and returns them if any.""" # Compute the ExtIDs of all the new packages, grouped by extid type new_extids: Dict[str, List[bytes]] = {} for p_info in packages_info: res = p_info.extid() if res is not None: (extid_type, extid_extid) = res new_extids.setdefault(extid_type, []).append(extid_extid) # For each extid type, call extid_get_from_extid() with all the extids of # that type, and store them in the '(type, extid) -> target' map. known_extids: Dict[PartialExtID, List[CoreSWHID]] = {} for (extid_type, extids) in new_extids.items(): for extid in self.storage.extid_get_from_extid(extid_type, extids): if extid is not None: key = (extid.extid_type, extid.extid) known_extids.setdefault(key, []).append(extid.target) return known_extids
[docs] def resolve_object_from_extids( self, known_extids: Dict[PartialExtID, List[CoreSWHID]], p_info: TPackageInfo, whitelist: Set[Sha1Git], ) -> Optional[CoreSWHID]: """Resolve the revision/release from known ExtIDs and a package info object. If the artifact has already been downloaded, this will return the existing release (or revision) targeting that uncompressed artifact directory. Otherwise, this returns None. Args: known_extids: Dict built from a list of ExtID, with the target as value p_info: Package information whitelist: Any ExtID with target not in this set is filtered out Returns: None or release/revision SWHID """ new_extid = p_info.extid() if new_extid is None: return None extid_targets = [] for extid_target in known_extids.get(new_extid, []): if extid_target.object_id not in whitelist: # There is a known ExtID for this package, but its target is not # in the snapshot. # This can happen for three reasons: # # 1. a loader crashed after writing the ExtID, but before writing # the snapshot # 2. some other loader loaded the same artifact, but produced # a different revision, causing an additional ExtID object # to be written. We will probably find this loader's ExtID # in a future iteration of this loop. # Note that for now, this is impossible, as each loader has a # completely different extid_type, but this is an implementation # detail of each loader. # 3. we took a snapshot, then the package disappeared, # then we took another snapshot, and the package reappeared # # In case of 1, we must actually load the package now, # so let's do it. # TODO: detect when we are in case 3 using release_missing # or revision_missing instead of the snapshot. continue elif extid_target.object_type in (ObjectType.RELEASE, ObjectType.REVISION): extid_targets.append(extid_target) else: # Note that this case should never be reached unless there is a # collision between a revision hash and some non-revision object's # hash, but better safe than sorry. logger.warning( "%s is in the whitelist, but is not a revision/release.", hash_to_hex(extid_target.object_type), ) if extid_targets: # This is a known package version, as we have an extid to reference it. # Let's return one of them. # If there is a release extid, return it. release_extid_targets = [ extid_target for extid_target in extid_targets if extid_target.object_type == ObjectType.RELEASE ] if release_extid_targets: assert len(release_extid_targets) == 1, release_extid_targets return release_extid_targets[0] # If there is no release extid (ie. if the package was only loaded with # older versions of this loader, which produced revision objects instead # of releases), return a revision extid. assert len(extid_targets) == 1, extid_targets assert extid_targets[0].object_type == ObjectType.REVISION, extid_targets return extid_targets[0] else: # No target found (this is probably a new package version) return None
[docs] def download_package( self, p_info: TPackageInfo, tmpdir: str ) -> List[Tuple[str, Mapping]]: """Download artifacts for a specific package. All downloads happen in in the tmpdir folder. Default implementation expects the artifacts package info to be about one artifact per package. Note that most implementation have 1 artifact per package. But some implementation have multiple artifacts per package (debian), some have none, the package is the artifact (gnu). Args: artifacts_package_info: Information on the package artifacts to download (url, filename, etc...) tmpdir: Location to retrieve such artifacts Returns: List of (path, computed hashes) """ try: return [download(p_info.url, dest=tmpdir, filename=p_info.filename)] except ContentDecodingError: # package might be erroneously marked as gzip compressed while is is not, # try to download its raw bytes again without attempting to uncompress # the input stream return [ download( p_info.url, dest=tmpdir, filename=p_info.filename, extra_request_headers={"Accept-Encoding": "identity"}, ) ]
[docs] def uncompress( self, dl_artifacts: List[Tuple[str, Mapping[str, Any]]], dest: str ) -> str: """Uncompress the artifact(s) in the destination folder dest. Optionally, this could need to use the p_info dict for some more information (debian). """ uncompressed_path = os.path.join(dest, "src") for a_path, _ in dl_artifacts: uncompress(a_path, dest=uncompressed_path) return uncompressed_path
[docs] def extra_branches(self) -> Dict[bytes, Mapping[str, Any]]: """Return an extra dict of branches that are used to update the set of branches. """ return {}
[docs] def finalize_visit( self, *, snapshot: Optional[Snapshot], visit: OriginVisit, status_visit: str, status_load: str, failed_branches: List[str], errors: Optional[List[str]] = None, ) -> Dict[str, Any]: """Finalize the visit: - flush eventual unflushed data to storage - update origin visit's status - return the task's status """ self.storage.flush() snapshot_id: Optional[bytes] = None if snapshot and snapshot.id: # to prevent the snapshot.id to b"" snapshot_id = snapshot.id assert visit.visit visit_status = OriginVisitStatus( origin=self.url, visit=visit.visit, type=self.visit_type, date=now(), status=status_visit, snapshot=snapshot_id, ) self.storage.origin_visit_status_add([visit_status]) result: Dict[str, Any] = { "status": status_load, } if snapshot_id: result["snapshot_id"] = hash_to_hex(snapshot_id) if failed_branches: logger.warning("%d failed branches", len(failed_branches)) for i, urls in enumerate(islice(failed_branches, 50)): prefix_url = "Failed branches: " if i == 0 else "" logger.warning("%s%s", prefix_url, urls) return result
[docs] def load(self) -> Dict: """Load for a specific origin the associated contents. 1. Get the list of versions in an origin. 2. Get the snapshot from the previous run of the loader, and filter out versions that were already loaded, if their :term:`extids <extid>` match Then, for each remaining version in the origin 3. Fetch the files for one package version By default, this can be implemented as a simple HTTP request. Loaders with more specific requirements can override this, e.g.: the PyPI loader checks the integrity of the downloaded files; the Debian loader has to download and check several files for one package version. 4. Extract the downloaded files. By default, this would be a universal archive/tarball extraction. Loaders for specific formats can override this method (for instance, the Debian loader uses dpkg-source -x). 5. Convert the extracted directory to a set of Software Heritage objects Using swh.model.from_disk. 6. Extract the metadata from the unpacked directories This would only be applicable for "smart" loaders like npm (parsing the package.json), PyPI (parsing the PKG-INFO file) or Debian (parsing debian/changelog and debian/control). On "minimal-metadata" sources such as the GNU archive, the lister should provide the minimal set of metadata needed to populate the revision/release objects (authors, dates) as an argument to the task. 7. Generate the revision/release objects for the given version. From the data generated at steps 3 and 4. end for each 8. Generate and load the snapshot for the visit Using the revisions/releases collected at step 7., and the branch information from step 2., generate a snapshot and load it into the Software Heritage archive """ status_load = "uneventful" # either: eventful, uneventful, failed status_visit = "full" # see swh.model.model.OriginVisitStatus snapshot = None failed_branches: List[str] = [] # Prepare origin and origin_visit origin = Origin(url=self.url) try: self.storage.origin_add([origin]) visit = list( self.storage.origin_visit_add( [ OriginVisit( origin=self.url, date=self.visit_date, type=self.visit_type, ) ] ) )[0] except Exception as e: logger.exception("Failed to initialize origin_visit for %s", self.url) sentry_sdk.capture_exception(e) return {"status": "failed"} # Get the previous snapshot for this origin. It is then used to see which # of the package's versions are already loaded in the archive. try: last_snapshot = self.last_snapshot() logger.debug("last snapshot: %s", last_snapshot) except Exception as e: logger.exception("Failed to get previous state for %s", self.url) sentry_sdk.capture_exception(e) return self.finalize_visit( snapshot=snapshot, visit=visit, failed_branches=failed_branches, status_visit="failed", status_load="failed", errors=[str(e)], ) load_exceptions: List[Exception] = [] # Get the list of all version names try: versions = self.get_versions() except NotFound as e: return self.finalize_visit( snapshot=snapshot, visit=visit, failed_branches=failed_branches, status_visit="not_found", status_load="failed", errors=[str(e)], ) except Exception as e: return self.finalize_visit( snapshot=snapshot, visit=visit, failed_branches=failed_branches, status_visit="failed", status_load="failed", errors=[str(e)], ) # Get the metadata of each version's package packages_info: List[Tuple[str, TPackageInfo]] = [ (branch_name, p_info) for version in versions for (branch_name, p_info) in self.get_package_info(version) ] # Compute the ExtID of each of these packages known_extids = self._get_known_extids([p_info for (_, p_info) in packages_info]) if last_snapshot is None: last_snapshot_targets: Set[Sha1Git] = set() else: last_snapshot_targets = { branch.target for branch in last_snapshot.branches.values() } new_extids: Set[ExtID] = set() tmp_releases: Dict[str, List[Tuple[str, Sha1Git]]] = { version: [] for version in versions } errors = [] for (branch_name, p_info) in packages_info: logger.debug("package_info: %s", p_info) # Check if the package was already loaded, using its ExtID swhid = self.resolve_object_from_extids( known_extids, p_info, last_snapshot_targets ) if swhid is not None and swhid.object_type == ObjectType.REVISION: # This package was already loaded, but by an older version # of this loader, which produced revisions instead of releases. # Let's fetch the revision's data, and "upgrade" it into a release. (rev,) = self.storage.revision_get([swhid.object_id]) if not rev: logger.error( "Failed to upgrade branch %s from revision to " "release, %s is missing from the storage. " "Falling back to re-loading from the origin.", branch_name, swhid, ) else: rev = None if swhid is None or (swhid.object_type == ObjectType.REVISION and not rev): # No matching revision or release found in the last snapshot, load it. release_id = None try: res = self._load_release(p_info, origin) if res: (release_id, directory_id) = res assert release_id assert directory_id self._load_extrinsic_directory_metadata( p_info, release_id, directory_id ) self.storage.flush() status_load = "eventful" except Exception as e: self.storage.clear_buffers() load_exceptions.append(e) sentry_sdk.capture_exception(e) error = f"Failed to load branch {branch_name} for {self.url}" logger.exception(error) failed_branches.append(branch_name) errors.append(f"{error}: {e}") continue if release_id is None: continue add_extid = True elif swhid.object_type == ObjectType.REVISION: # If 'rev' was None, the previous block would have run. assert rev is not None rel = rev2rel(rev, p_info.version) self.storage.release_add([rel]) logger.debug("Upgraded %s to %s", swhid, rel.swhid()) release_id = rel.id # Create a new extid for this package, so the next run of this loader # will be able to find the new release, and use it (instead of the # old revision) add_extid = True elif swhid.object_type == ObjectType.RELEASE: # This package was already loaded, nothing to do. release_id = swhid.object_id add_extid = False else: assert False, f"Unexpected object type: {swhid}" assert release_id is not None if add_extid: partial_extid = p_info.extid() if partial_extid is not None: (extid_type, extid) = partial_extid release_swhid = CoreSWHID( object_type=ObjectType.RELEASE, object_id=release_id ) new_extids.add( ExtID(extid_type=extid_type, extid=extid, target=release_swhid) ) tmp_releases[p_info.version].append((branch_name, release_id)) if load_exceptions: status_visit = "partial" if not tmp_releases: # We could not load any releases; fail completely return self.finalize_visit( snapshot=snapshot, visit=visit, failed_branches=failed_branches, status_visit="failed", status_load="failed", errors=errors, ) try: # Retrieve the default release version (the "latest" one) default_version = self.get_default_version() logger.debug("default version: %s", default_version) # Retrieve extra branches extra_branches = self.extra_branches() logger.debug("extra branches: %s", extra_branches) snapshot = self._load_snapshot( default_version, tmp_releases, extra_branches ) self.storage.flush() except Exception as e: error = f"Failed to build snapshot for origin {self.url}" logger.exception(error) errors.append(f"{error}: {e}") sentry_sdk.capture_exception(e) status_visit = "failed" status_load = "failed" if snapshot: try: metadata_objects = self.build_extrinsic_snapshot_metadata(snapshot.id) self._load_metadata_objects(metadata_objects) except Exception as e: error = f"Failed to load extrinsic snapshot metadata for {self.url}" logger.exception(error) errors.append(f"{error}: {e}") sentry_sdk.capture_exception(e) status_visit = "partial" status_load = "failed" try: metadata_objects = self.build_extrinsic_origin_metadata() self._load_metadata_objects(metadata_objects) except Exception as e: error = f"Failed to load extrinsic origin metadata for {self.url}" logger.exception(error) errors.append(f"{error}: {e}") sentry_sdk.capture_exception(e) status_visit = "partial" status_load = "failed" self._load_extids(new_extids) return self.finalize_visit( snapshot=snapshot, visit=visit, failed_branches=failed_branches, status_visit=status_visit, status_load=status_load, errors=errors, )
def _load_directory( self, dl_artifacts: List[Tuple[str, Mapping[str, Any]]], tmpdir: str ) -> Tuple[str, from_disk.Directory]: uncompressed_path = self.uncompress(dl_artifacts, dest=tmpdir) logger.debug("uncompressed_path: %s", uncompressed_path) directory = from_disk.Directory.from_disk( path=uncompressed_path.encode("utf-8"), max_content_length=self.max_content_size, ) contents, skipped_contents, directories = from_disk.iter_directory(directory) logger.debug("Number of skipped contents: %s", len(skipped_contents)) self.storage.skipped_content_add(skipped_contents) logger.debug("Number of contents: %s", len(contents)) self.storage.content_add(contents) logger.debug("Number of directories: %s", len(directories)) self.storage.directory_add(directories) return (uncompressed_path, directory) def _load_release( self, p_info: TPackageInfo, origin ) -> Optional[Tuple[Sha1Git, Sha1Git]]: """Does all the loading of a release itself: * downloads a package and uncompresses it * loads it from disk * adds contents, directories, and release to self.storage * returns (release_id, directory_id) Raises exception when unable to download or uncompress artifacts """ with tempfile.TemporaryDirectory() as tmpdir: dl_artifacts = self.download_package(p_info, tmpdir) (uncompressed_path, directory) = self._load_directory(dl_artifacts, tmpdir) # FIXME: This should be release. cf. D409 release = self.build_release( p_info, uncompressed_path, directory=directory.hash ) if not release: # Some artifacts are missing intrinsic metadata # skipping those return None metadata = [metadata for (filepath, metadata) in dl_artifacts] assert release.target is not None, release assert release.target_type == ModelObjectType.DIRECTORY, release metadata_target = ExtendedSWHID( object_type=ExtendedObjectType.DIRECTORY, object_id=release.target ) original_artifact_metadata = RawExtrinsicMetadata( target=metadata_target, discovery_date=self.visit_date, authority=SWH_METADATA_AUTHORITY, fetcher=self.get_metadata_fetcher(), format="original-artifacts-json", metadata=json.dumps(metadata).encode(), origin=self.url, release=release.swhid(), ) self._load_metadata_objects([original_artifact_metadata]) logger.debug("Release: %s", release) self.storage.release_add([release]) assert directory.hash return (release.id, directory.hash) def _load_snapshot( self, default_version: str, releases: Dict[str, List[Tuple[str, bytes]]], extra_branches: Dict[bytes, Mapping[str, Any]], ) -> Optional[Snapshot]: """Build snapshot out of the current releases stored and extra branches. Then load it in the storage. """ logger.debug("releases: %s", releases) # Build and load the snapshot branches = {} # type: Dict[bytes, Mapping[str, Any]] for version, branch_name_releases in releases.items(): if version == default_version and len(branch_name_releases) == 1: # only 1 branch (no ambiguity), we can create an alias # branch 'HEAD' branch_name, _ = branch_name_releases[0] # except for some corner case (deposit) if branch_name != "HEAD": branches[b"HEAD"] = { "target_type": "alias", "target": branch_name.encode("utf-8"), } for branch_name, target in branch_name_releases: branches[branch_name.encode("utf-8")] = { "target_type": "release", "target": target, } # Deal with extra-branches for name, branch_target in extra_branches.items(): if name in branches: logger.error("Extra branch '%s' has been ignored", name) else: branches[name] = branch_target snapshot_data = {"branches": branches} logger.debug("snapshot: %s", snapshot_data) snapshot = Snapshot.from_dict(snapshot_data) logger.debug("snapshot: %s", snapshot) self.storage.snapshot_add([snapshot]) return snapshot
[docs] def get_loader_name(self) -> str: """Returns a fully qualified name of this loader.""" return f"{self.__class__.__module__}.{self.__class__.__name__}"
[docs] def get_loader_version(self) -> str: """Returns the version of the current loader.""" module_name = self.__class__.__module__ or "" module_name_parts = module_name.split(".") # Iterate rootward through the package hierarchy until we find a parent of this # loader's module with a __version__ attribute. for prefix_size in range(len(module_name_parts), 0, -1): package_name = ".".join(module_name_parts[0:prefix_size]) module = sys.modules[package_name] if hasattr(module, "__version__"): return module.__version__ # type: ignore # If this loader's class has no parent package with a __version__, # it should implement it itself. raise NotImplementedError( f"Could not dynamically find the version of {self.get_loader_name()}." )
[docs] def get_metadata_fetcher(self) -> MetadataFetcher: """Returns a MetadataFetcher instance representing this package loader; which is used to for adding provenance information to extracted extrinsic metadata, if any.""" return MetadataFetcher( name=self.get_loader_name(), version=self.get_loader_version(), metadata={}, )
[docs] def get_metadata_authority(self) -> MetadataAuthority: """For package loaders that get extrinsic metadata, returns the authority the metadata are coming from. """ raise NotImplementedError("get_metadata_authority")
[docs] def get_extrinsic_origin_metadata(self) -> List[RawExtrinsicMetadataCore]: """Returns metadata items, used by build_extrinsic_origin_metadata.""" return []
[docs] def build_extrinsic_origin_metadata(self) -> List[RawExtrinsicMetadata]: """Builds a list of full RawExtrinsicMetadata objects, using metadata returned by get_extrinsic_origin_metadata.""" metadata_items = self.get_extrinsic_origin_metadata() if not metadata_items: # If this package loader doesn't write metadata, no need to require # an implementation for get_metadata_authority. return [] authority = self.get_metadata_authority() fetcher = self.get_metadata_fetcher() metadata_objects = [] for item in metadata_items: metadata_objects.append( RawExtrinsicMetadata( target=Origin(self.url).swhid(), discovery_date=item.discovery_date or self.visit_date, authority=authority, fetcher=fetcher, format=item.format, metadata=item.metadata, ) ) return metadata_objects
[docs] def get_extrinsic_snapshot_metadata(self) -> List[RawExtrinsicMetadataCore]: """Returns metadata items, used by build_extrinsic_snapshot_metadata.""" return []
[docs] def build_extrinsic_snapshot_metadata( self, snapshot_id: Sha1Git ) -> List[RawExtrinsicMetadata]: """Builds a list of full RawExtrinsicMetadata objects, using metadata returned by get_extrinsic_snapshot_metadata.""" metadata_items = self.get_extrinsic_snapshot_metadata() if not metadata_items: # If this package loader doesn't write metadata, no need to require # an implementation for get_metadata_authority. return [] authority = self.get_metadata_authority() fetcher = self.get_metadata_fetcher() metadata_objects = [] for item in metadata_items: metadata_objects.append( RawExtrinsicMetadata( target=ExtendedSWHID( object_type=ExtendedObjectType.SNAPSHOT, object_id=snapshot_id ), discovery_date=item.discovery_date or self.visit_date, authority=authority, fetcher=fetcher, format=item.format, metadata=item.metadata, origin=self.url, ) ) return metadata_objects
[docs] def build_extrinsic_directory_metadata( self, p_info: TPackageInfo, release_id: Sha1Git, directory_id: Sha1Git, ) -> List[RawExtrinsicMetadata]: if not p_info.directory_extrinsic_metadata: # If this package loader doesn't write metadata, no need to require # an implementation for get_metadata_authority. return [] authority = self.get_metadata_authority() fetcher = self.get_metadata_fetcher() metadata_objects = [] for item in p_info.directory_extrinsic_metadata: metadata_objects.append( RawExtrinsicMetadata( target=ExtendedSWHID( object_type=ExtendedObjectType.DIRECTORY, object_id=directory_id ), discovery_date=item.discovery_date or self.visit_date, authority=authority, fetcher=fetcher, format=item.format, metadata=item.metadata, origin=self.url, release=CoreSWHID( object_type=ObjectType.RELEASE, object_id=release_id ), ) ) return metadata_objects
def _load_extrinsic_directory_metadata( self, p_info: TPackageInfo, release_id: Sha1Git, directory_id: Sha1Git, ) -> None: metadata_objects = self.build_extrinsic_directory_metadata( p_info, release_id, directory_id ) self._load_metadata_objects(metadata_objects) def _load_metadata_objects( self, metadata_objects: List[RawExtrinsicMetadata] ) -> None: if not metadata_objects: # If this package loader doesn't write metadata, no need to require # an implementation for get_metadata_authority. return self._create_authorities(mo.authority for mo in metadata_objects) self._create_fetchers(mo.fetcher for mo in metadata_objects) self.storage.raw_extrinsic_metadata_add(metadata_objects) def _create_authorities(self, authorities: Iterable[MetadataAuthority]) -> None: deduplicated_authorities = { (authority.type, authority.url): authority for authority in authorities } if authorities: self.storage.metadata_authority_add(list(deduplicated_authorities.values())) def _create_fetchers(self, fetchers: Iterable[MetadataFetcher]) -> None: deduplicated_fetchers = { (fetcher.name, fetcher.version): fetcher for fetcher in fetchers } if fetchers: self.storage.metadata_fetcher_add(list(deduplicated_fetchers.values())) def _load_extids(self, extids: Set[ExtID]) -> None: if not extids: return try: self.storage.extid_add(list(extids)) except Exception as e: logger.exception("Failed to load new ExtIDs for %s", self.url) sentry_sdk.capture_exception(e)
# No big deal, it just means the next visit will load the same versions # again.
[docs]def rev2rel(rev: Revision, version: str) -> Release: """Converts a revision to a release.""" message = rev.message if message and not message.endswith(b"\n"): message += b"\n" return Release( name=version.encode(), message=message, target=rev.directory, target_type=ModelObjectType.DIRECTORY, synthetic=rev.synthetic, author=rev.author, date=rev.date, )