Source code for swh.model.cli

# Copyright (C) 2018-2020  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 os
import sys
from typing import Dict, Iterable, Optional

# WARNING: do not import unnecessary things here to keep cli startup time under
# control
    import click
except ImportError:
        "Cannot run swh-identify; the Click package is not installed."
        "Please install 'swh.model[cli]' for full functionality.",

    from swh.core.cli import swh as swh_cli_group
except ImportError:
    # stub so that swh-identify can be used when swh-core isn't installed
    swh_cli_group = click  # type: ignore

from swh.model.from_disk import Directory
from swh.model.swhids import CoreSWHID

CONTEXT_SETTINGS = dict(help_option_names=["-h", "--help"])

# Mapping between dulwich types and Software Heritage ones. Used by snapshot ID
# computation.
    b"blob": "content",
    b"tree": "directory",
    b"commit": "revision",
    b"tag": "release",

[docs]class CoreSWHIDParamType(click.ParamType): """Click argument that accepts a core SWHID and returns them as :class:`swh.model.swhids.CoreSWHID` instances """ name = "SWHID"
[docs] def convert(self, value, param, ctx) -> CoreSWHID: from swh.model.exceptions import ValidationError try: return CoreSWHID.from_string(value) except ValidationError as e:'"{value}" is not a valid core SWHID: {e}', param, ctx)
[docs]def swhid_of_file(path) -> CoreSWHID: from swh.model.from_disk import Content object = Content.from_file(path=path) return object.swhid()
[docs]def swhid_of_file_content(data) -> CoreSWHID: from swh.model.from_disk import Content object = Content.from_bytes(mode=644, data=data) return object.swhid()
[docs]def model_of_dir(path: bytes, exclude_patterns: Iterable[bytes] = None) -> Directory: from swh.model.from_disk import accept_all_directories, ignore_directories_patterns dir_filter = ( ignore_directories_patterns(path, exclude_patterns) if exclude_patterns else accept_all_directories ) return Directory.from_disk(path=path, dir_filter=dir_filter)
[docs]def swhid_of_dir(path: bytes, exclude_patterns: Iterable[bytes] = None) -> CoreSWHID: obj = model_of_dir(path, exclude_patterns) return obj.swhid()
[docs]def swhid_of_origin(url): from swh.model.model import Origin return Origin(url).swhid()
[docs]def swhid_of_git_repo(path) -> CoreSWHID: try: import dulwich.repo except ImportError: raise click.ClickException( "Cannot compute snapshot identifier; the Dulwich package is not installed. " "Please install 'swh.model[cli]' for full functionality.", ) from swh.model import hashutil from swh.model.model import Snapshot repo = dulwich.repo.Repo(path) branches: Dict[bytes, Optional[Dict]] = {} for ref, target in repo.refs.as_dict().items(): obj = repo[target] if obj: branches[ref] = { "target": hashutil.bytehex_to_hash(target), "target_type": _DULWICH_TYPES[obj.type_name], } else: branches[ref] = None for ref, target in repo.refs.get_symrefs().items(): branches[ref] = { "target": target, "target_type": "alias", } snapshot = {"branches": branches} return Snapshot.from_dict(snapshot).swhid()
[docs]def identify_object( obj_type: str, follow_symlinks: bool, exclude_patterns: Iterable[bytes], obj ) -> str: from urllib.parse import urlparse if obj_type == "auto": if obj == "-" or os.path.isfile(obj): obj_type = "content" elif os.path.isdir(obj): obj_type = "directory" else: try: # URL parsing if urlparse(obj).scheme: obj_type = "origin" else: raise ValueError except ValueError: raise click.BadParameter("cannot detect object type for %s" % obj) if obj == "-": content = swhid = str(swhid_of_file_content(content)) elif obj_type in ["content", "directory"]: path = obj.encode(sys.getfilesystemencoding()) if follow_symlinks and os.path.islink(obj): path = os.path.realpath(obj) if obj_type == "content": swhid = str(swhid_of_file(path)) elif obj_type == "directory": swhid = str(swhid_of_dir(path, exclude_patterns)) elif obj_type == "origin": swhid = str(swhid_of_origin(obj)) elif obj_type == "snapshot": swhid = str(swhid_of_git_repo(obj)) else: # shouldn't happen, due to option validation raise click.BadParameter("invalid object type: " + obj_type) # note: we return original obj instead of path here, to preserve user-given # file name in output return swhid
@swh_cli_group.command(context_settings=CONTEXT_SETTINGS) @click.option( "--dereference/--no-dereference", "follow_symlinks", default=True, help="follow (or not) symlinks for OBJECTS passed as arguments " + "(default: follow)", ) @click.option( "--filename/--no-filename", "show_filename", default=True, help="show/hide file name (default: show)", ) @click.option( "--type", "-t", "obj_type", default="auto", type=click.Choice(["auto", "content", "directory", "origin", "snapshot"]), help="type of object to identify (default: auto)", ) @click.option( "--exclude", "-x", "exclude_patterns", metavar="PATTERN", multiple=True, help="Exclude directories using glob patterns \ (e.g., ``*.git`` to exclude all .git directories)", ) @click.option( "--verify", "-v", metavar="SWHID", type=CoreSWHIDParamType(), help="reference identifier to be compared with computed one", ) @click.option( "-r", "--recursive", is_flag=True, help="compute SWHID recursively", ) @click.argument("objects", nargs=-1, required=True) def identify( obj_type, verify, show_filename, follow_symlinks, objects, exclude_patterns, recursive, ): """Compute the Software Heritage persistent identifier (SWHID) for the given source code object(s). For more details about SWHIDs see: \b Tip: you can pass "-" to identify the content of standard input. \b Examples:: \b $ swh identify fork.c kmod.c sched/deadline.c swh:1:cnt:2e391c754ae730bd2d8520c2ab497c403220c6e3 fork.c swh:1:cnt:0277d1216f80ae1adeed84a686ed34c9b2931fc2 kmod.c swh:1:cnt:57b939c81bce5d06fa587df8915f05affbe22b82 sched/deadline.c \b $ swh identify --no-filename /usr/src/linux/kernel/ swh:1:dir:f9f858a48d663b3809c9e2f336412717496202ab \b $ git clone --mirror $ swh identify --type snapshot helloworld.git/ swh:1:snp:510aa88bdc517345d258c1fc2babcd0e1f905e93 helloworld.git """ # NoQA # overlong lines in shell examples are fine from functools import partial import logging if exclude_patterns: exclude_patterns = set(pattern.encode() for pattern in exclude_patterns) if verify and len(objects) != 1: raise click.BadParameter("verification requires a single object") if recursive and not os.path.isdir(objects[0]): recursive = False logging.warn("recursive option disabled, input is not a directory object") if recursive: if verify: raise click.BadParameter( "verification of recursive object identification is not supported" ) if not obj_type == ("auto" or "directory"): raise click.BadParameter( "recursive identification is supported only for directories" ) path = os.fsencode(objects[0]) dir_obj = model_of_dir(path, exclude_patterns) for sub_obj in dir_obj.iter_tree(): path_name = "path" if "path" in else "data" path = os.fsdecode([path_name]) swhid = str(sub_obj.swhid()) msg = f"{swhid}\t{path}" if show_filename else f"{swhid}" click.echo(msg) else: results = zip( objects, map( partial(identify_object, obj_type, follow_symlinks, exclude_patterns), objects, ), ) if verify: swhid = next(results)[1] if str(verify) == swhid: click.echo("SWHID match: %s" % swhid) sys.exit(0) else: click.echo("SWHID mismatch: %s != %s" % (verify, swhid)) sys.exit(1) else: for (obj, swhid) in results: msg = swhid if show_filename: msg = "%s\t%s" % (swhid, os.fsdecode(obj)) click.echo(msg) if __name__ == "__main__": identify()