Source code for swh.model.hashutil

# Copyright (C) 2015-2018  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

"""Module in charge of hashing function definitions. This is the base
module use to compute swh's hashes.

Only a subset of hashing algorithms is supported as defined in the
ALGORITHMS set. Any provided algorithms not in that list will result
in a ValueError explaining the error.

This module defines a MultiHash class to ease the softwareheritage
hashing algorithms computation. This allows to compute hashes from
file object, path, data using a similar interface as what the standard
hashlib module provides.

Basic usage examples:

- file object: MultiHash.from_file(
                 file_object, hash_names=DEFAULT_ALGORITHMS).digest()

- path (filepath): MultiHash.from_path(b'foo').hexdigest()

- data (bytes): MultiHash.from_data(b'foo').bytehexdigest()

"Complex" usage, defining a swh hashlib instance first:

- To compute length, integrate the length to the set of algorithms to
  compute, for example:

  .. code-block:: python

     h = MultiHash(hash_names=set({'length'}).union(DEFAULT_ALGORITHMS))
     with open(filepath, 'rb') as f:
     hashes = h.digest()  # returns a dict of {hash_algo_name: hash_in_bytes}

- Write alongside computing hashing algorithms (from a stream), example:

  .. code-block:: python

     h = MultiHash(length=length)
     with open(filepath, 'wb') as f:
         for chunk in r.iter_content():  # r a stream of sort
     hashes = h.hexdigest()  # returns a dict of {hash_algo_name: hash_in_hex}


import binascii
import functools
import hashlib
from io import BytesIO
import os
from typing import Callable, Dict

ALGORITHMS = set(["sha1", "sha256", "sha1_git", "blake2s256", "blake2b512"])
"""Hashing algorithms supported by this module"""

DEFAULT_ALGORITHMS = set(["sha1", "sha256", "sha1_git", "blake2s256"])
"""Algorithms computed by default when calling the functions from this module.

Subset of :const:`ALGORITHMS`.

"""Block size for streaming hash computations made in this module"""

_blake2_hash_cache = {}  # type: Dict[str, Callable]

[docs]class MultiHash: """Hashutil class to support multiple hashes computation. Args: hash_names (set): Set of hash algorithms (+ optionally length) to compute hashes (cf. DEFAULT_ALGORITHMS) length (int): Length of the total sum of chunks to read If the length is provided as algorithm, the length is also computed and returned. """ def __init__(self, hash_names=DEFAULT_ALGORITHMS, length=None): self.state = {} self.track_length = False for name in hash_names: if name == "length": self.state["length"] = 0 self.track_length = True else: self.state[name] = _new_hash(name, length)
[docs] @classmethod def from_state(cls, state, track_length): ret = cls([]) ret.state = state ret.track_length = track_length
[docs] @classmethod def from_file(cls, fobj, hash_names=DEFAULT_ALGORITHMS, length=None): ret = cls(length=length, hash_names=hash_names) while True: chunk = if not chunk: break ret.update(chunk) return ret
[docs] @classmethod def from_path(cls, path, hash_names=DEFAULT_ALGORITHMS): length = os.path.getsize(path) with open(path, "rb") as f: ret = cls.from_file(f, hash_names=hash_names, length=length) return ret
[docs] @classmethod def from_data(cls, data, hash_names=DEFAULT_ALGORITHMS): length = len(data) fobj = BytesIO(data) return cls.from_file(fobj, hash_names=hash_names, length=length)
[docs] def update(self, chunk): for name, h in self.state.items(): if name == "length": continue h.update(chunk) if self.track_length: self.state["length"] += len(chunk)
[docs] def digest(self): return { name: h.digest() if name != "length" else h for name, h in self.state.items() }
[docs] def hexdigest(self): return { name: h.hexdigest() if name != "length" else h for name, h in self.state.items() }
[docs] def bytehexdigest(self): return { name: hash_to_bytehex(h.digest()) if name != "length" else h for name, h in self.state.items() }
[docs] def copy(self): copied_state = { name: h.copy() if name != "length" else h for name, h in self.state.items() } return self.from_state(copied_state, self.track_length)
def _new_blake2_hash(algo): """Return a function that initializes a blake2 hash. """ if algo in _blake2_hash_cache: return _blake2_hash_cache[algo]() lalgo = algo.lower() if not lalgo.startswith("blake2"): raise ValueError("Algorithm %s is not a blake2 hash" % algo) blake_family = lalgo[:7] digest_size = None if lalgo[7:]: try: digest_size, remainder = divmod(int(lalgo[7:]), 8) except ValueError: raise ValueError("Unknown digest size for algo %s" % algo) from None if remainder: raise ValueError( "Digest size for algorithm %s must be a multiple of 8" % algo ) if lalgo in hashlib.algorithms_available: # Handle the case where OpenSSL ships the given algorithm # (e.g. Python 3.5 on Debian 9 stretch) _blake2_hash_cache[algo] = lambda: else: # Try using the built-in implementation for Python 3.6+ if blake_family in hashlib.algorithms_available: blake2 = getattr(hashlib, blake_family) else: import pyblake2 blake2 = getattr(pyblake2, blake_family) _blake2_hash_cache[algo] = lambda: blake2(digest_size=digest_size) return _blake2_hash_cache[algo]() def _new_hashlib_hash(algo): """Initialize a digest object from hashlib. Handle the swh-specific names for the blake2-related algorithms """ if algo.startswith("blake2"): return _new_blake2_hash(algo) else: return def _new_git_hash(base_algo, git_type, length): """Initialize a digest object (as returned by python's hashlib) for the requested algorithm, and feed it with the header for a git object of the given type and length. The header for hashing a git object consists of: - The type of the object (encoded in ASCII) - One ASCII space (\x20) - The length of the object (decimal encoded in ASCII) - One NUL byte Args: base_algo (str from :const:`ALGORITHMS`): a hashlib-supported algorithm git_type: the type of the git object (supposedly one of 'blob', 'commit', 'tag', 'tree') length: the length of the git object you're encoding Returns: a hashutil.hash object """ h = _new_hashlib_hash(base_algo) git_header = "%s %d\0" % (git_type, length) h.update(git_header.encode("ascii")) return h def _new_hash(algo, length=None): """Initialize a digest object (as returned by python's hashlib) for the requested algorithm. See the constant ALGORITHMS for the list of supported algorithms. If a git-specific hashing algorithm is requested (e.g., "sha1_git"), the hashing object will be pre-fed with the needed header; for this to work, length must be given. Args: algo (str): a hashing algorithm (one of ALGORITHMS) length (int): the length of the hashed payload (needed for git-specific algorithms) Returns: a hashutil.hash object Raises: ValueError if algo is unknown, or length is missing for a git-specific hash. """ if algo not in ALGORITHMS: raise ValueError( "Unexpected hashing algorithm %s, expected one of %s" % (algo, ", ".join(sorted(ALGORITHMS))) ) if algo.endswith("_git"): if length is None: raise ValueError("Missing length for git hashing algorithm") base_algo = algo[:-4] return _new_git_hash(base_algo, "blob", length) return _new_hashlib_hash(algo)
[docs]def hash_git_data(data, git_type, base_algo="sha1"): """Hash the given data as a git object of type git_type. Args: data: a bytes object git_type: the git object type base_algo: the base hashing algorithm used (default: sha1) Returns: a dict mapping each algorithm to a bytes digest Raises: ValueError if the git_type is unexpected. """ git_object_types = {"blob", "tree", "commit", "tag", "snapshot"} if git_type not in git_object_types: raise ValueError( "Unexpected git object type %s, expected one of %s" % (git_type, ", ".join(sorted(git_object_types))) ) h = _new_git_hash(base_algo, git_type, len(data)) h.update(data) return h.digest()
[docs]@functools.lru_cache() def hash_to_hex(hash): """Converts a hash (in hex or bytes form) to its hexadecimal ascii form Args: hash (str or bytes): a :class:`bytes` hash or a :class:`str` containing the hexadecimal form of the hash Returns: str: the hexadecimal form of the hash """ if isinstance(hash, str): return hash return binascii.hexlify(hash).decode("ascii")
[docs]@functools.lru_cache() def hash_to_bytehex(hash): """Converts a hash to its hexadecimal bytes representation Args: hash (bytes): a :class:`bytes` hash Returns: bytes: the hexadecimal form of the hash, as :class:`bytes` """ return binascii.hexlify(hash)
[docs]@functools.lru_cache() def hash_to_bytes(hash): """Converts a hash (in hex or bytes form) to its raw bytes form Args: hash (str or bytes): a :class:`bytes` hash or a :class:`str` containing the hexadecimal form of the hash Returns: bytes: the :class:`bytes` form of the hash """ if isinstance(hash, bytes): return hash return bytes.fromhex(hash)
[docs]@functools.lru_cache() def bytehex_to_hash(hex): """Converts a hexadecimal bytes representation of a hash to that hash Args: hash (bytes): a :class:`bytes` containing the hexadecimal form of the hash encoded in ascii Returns: bytes: the :class:`bytes` form of the hash """ return hash_to_bytes(hex.decode())