Source code for swh.scanner.model

# Copyright (C) 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

from __future__ import annotations

from enum import Enum
import json
from pathlib import Path
import sys
from typing import Any, Dict, Iterable, List, Tuple

import ndjson

from swh.model.identifiers import CONTENT, DIRECTORY

from .exceptions import InvalidDirectoryPath, InvalidObjectType
from .plot import generate_sunburst, offline_plot

[docs]class Color(Enum): blue = "\033[94m" green = "\033[92m" red = "\033[91m" end = "\033[0m"
[docs]def colorize(text: str, color: Color): return color.value + text + Color.end.value
[docs]class Tree: """Representation of a file system structure """ def __init__(self, path: Path, father: Tree = None): self.father = father self.path = path self.otype = DIRECTORY if path.is_dir() else CONTENT self.swhid = "" self.known = False self.children: Dict[Path, Tree] = {}
[docs] def addNode(self, path: Path, swhid: str, known: bool) -> None: """Recursively add a new path. """ relative_path = path.relative_to(self.path) if relative_path == Path("."): self.swhid = swhid self.known = known return new_path = self.path.joinpath([0]) if new_path not in self.children: self.children[new_path] = Tree(new_path, self) self.children[new_path].addNode(path, swhid, known)
[docs] def show(self, format) -> None: """Show tree in different formats""" if format == "json": print(json.dumps(self.toDict(), indent=4, sort_keys=True)) if format == "ndjson": print(ndjson.dumps(dict_path for dict_path in self.__iterNodesAttr())) elif format == "text": isatty = sys.stdout.isatty() print(colorize(str(self.path), if isatty else str(self.path)) self.printChildren(isatty) elif format == "sunburst": root = self.path directories = self.getDirectoriesInfo(root) sunburst = generate_sunburst(directories, root) offline_plot(sunburst)
[docs] def printChildren(self, isatty: bool, inc: int = 1) -> None: for path, node in self.children.items(): self.printNode(node, isatty, inc) if node.children: node.printChildren(isatty, inc + 1)
[docs] def printNode(self, node: Any, isatty: bool, inc: int) -> None: rel_path = str(node.path.relative_to(self.path)) begin = "│ " * inc end = "/" if node.otype == DIRECTORY else "" if isatty: if not node.known: rel_path = colorize(rel_path, elif node.otype == DIRECTORY: rel_path = colorize(rel_path, elif node.otype == CONTENT: rel_path = colorize(rel_path, print(f"{begin}{rel_path}{end}")
@property def attributes(self): """ Get the attributes of the current node grouped by the relative path. Returns: a dictionary containing a path as key and its known/unknown status and the SWHID as values. """ return {str(self.path): {"swhid": self.swhid, "known": self.known,}}
[docs] def toDict(self, dict_nodes={}) -> Dict[str, Dict[str, Dict]]: """ Recursively groups the current child nodes inside a dictionary. For example, if you have the following structure: .. code-block:: none root { subdir: { file.txt } } The generated dictionary will be: .. code-block:: none { "root": { "swhid": "...", "known": True/False } "root/subdir": { "swhid": "...", "known": True/False } "root/subdir/file.txt": { "swhid": "...", "known": True/False } } """ for node_dict in self.__iterNodesAttr(): dict_nodes.update(node_dict) return dict_nodes
[docs] def iterate(self) -> Iterable[Tree]: """ Recursively iterate through the children of the current node """ for _, child_node in self.children.items(): yield child_node if child_node.otype == DIRECTORY: yield from child_node.iterate()
def __iterNodesAttr(self) -> Iterable[Dict[str, Dict]]: """ Recursively iterate through the children of the current node returning an iterable of the children nodes attributes Yields: a dictionary containing a path with its known/unknown status and the SWHID """ for child_node in self.iterate(): yield child_node.attributes if child_node.otype == DIRECTORY: yield from child_node.__iterNodesAttr()
[docs] def getFilesFromDir(self, dir_path: Path) -> List: """ Retrieve files information about a specific directory path Returns: A list containing the files attributes present inside the directory given in input """ def getFiles(node): files = [] for _, node in node.children.items(): if node.otype == CONTENT: files.append(node.attributes) return files if dir_path == self.path: return getFiles(self) else: for node in self.iterate(): if node.path == dir_path: return getFiles(node) raise InvalidDirectoryPath( "The directory provided doesn't match any stored directory" )
def __getSubDirsInfo(self, root, directories): """Fills the directories given in input with the contents information stored inside the directory child, only if they have contents. """ for path, child_node in self.children.items(): if child_node.otype == DIRECTORY: rel_path = path.relative_to(root) contents_info = child_node.count_contents() # checks the first element of the tuple # (the number of contents in a directory) # if it is equal to zero it means that there are no contents # in that directory. if not contents_info[0] == 0: directories[rel_path] = contents_info if child_node.has_dirs(): child_node.__getSubDirsInfo(root, directories)
[docs] def getDirectoriesInfo(self, root: Path) -> Dict[Path, Tuple[int, int]]: """Get information about all directories under the given root. Returns: A dictionary with a directory path as key and the relative contents information (the result of count_contents) as values. """ directories = {root: self.count_contents()} self.__getSubDirsInfo(root, directories) return directories
[docs] def count_contents(self) -> Tuple[int, int]: """Count how many contents are present inside a directory. If a directory has a SWHID returns as it has all the contents. Returns: A tuple with the total number of the contents and the number of contents known (the ones that have a persistent identifier). """ contents = 0 discovered = 0 if not self.otype == DIRECTORY: raise InvalidObjectType( "Can't calculate contents of the " "object type: %s" % self.otype ) if self.known: # to identify a directory with all files/directories present return (1, 1) else: for _, child_node in self.children.items(): if child_node.otype == CONTENT: contents += 1 if child_node.known: discovered += 1 return (contents, discovered)
[docs] def has_dirs(self) -> bool: """Checks if node has directories """ for _, child_node in self.children.items(): if child_node.otype == DIRECTORY: return True return False