Source code for pythonfinder.utils

# -*- coding=utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function

import io
import itertools
import os
import re
import subprocess
from collections import OrderedDict
from fnmatch import fnmatch
from threading import Timer

import attr
import six
from packaging.version import LegacyVersion, Version

from .compat import Path, lru_cache, TimeoutError  # noqa
from .exceptions import InvalidPythonVersion

    six.MovedAttribute("Iterable", "collections", "")
)  # type: ignore  # noqa
    six.MovedAttribute("Sequence", "collections", "")
)  # type: ignore  # noqa
# fmt: off
from six.moves import Iterable  # type: ignore  # noqa  # isort:skip
from six.moves import Sequence  # type: ignore  # noqa  # isort:skip
# fmt: on

    from typing import Any, Union, List, Callable, Set, Tuple, Dict, Optional, Iterator
    from attr.validators import _OptionalValidator  # type: ignore
    from .models.path import PathEntry

version_re_str = (
version_re = re.compile(version_re_str)

if == "nt":
    KNOWN_EXTS = {"exe", "py", "bat", ""}
    KNOWN_EXTS = {"sh", "bash", "csh", "zsh", "fish", "py", ""}
    filter(None, os.environ.get("PATHEXT", "").split(os.pathsep))
PY_MATCH_STR = r"((?P<implementation>{0})(?:\d?(?:\.\d[cpm]{{0,3}}))?(?:-?[\d\.]+)*)".format(
EXE_MATCH_STR = r"{0}(?:\.(?P<ext>{1}))?".format(PY_MATCH_STR, "|".join(KNOWN_EXTS))
RE_MATCHER = re.compile(r"({0}|{1})".format(version_re_str, PY_MATCH_STR))
RULES = [rule.format(impl) for impl in PYTHON_IMPLEMENTATIONS for rule in RULES_BASE]

for rule in RULES:
        ["{0}.{1}".format(rule, ext) if ext else "{0}".format(rule) for ext in KNOWN_EXTS]

[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def get_python_version(path): # type: (str) -> str """Get python version string using subprocess from a given path.""" version_cmd = [ path, "-c", "import sys; print('.'.join([str(i) for i in sys.version_info[:3]]))", ] subprocess_kwargs = { "env": os.environ.copy(), "universal_newlines": True, "stdout": subprocess.PIPE, "stderr": subprocess.PIPE, "shell": False, } c = subprocess.Popen(version_cmd, **subprocess_kwargs) timer = Timer(SUBPROCESS_TIMEOUT, c.kill) try: out, _ = c.communicate() except (SystemExit, KeyboardInterrupt, TimeoutError): c.terminate() out, _ = c.communicate() raise except OSError: raise InvalidPythonVersion("%s is not a valid python path" % path) if not out: raise InvalidPythonVersion("%s is not a valid python path" % path) return out.strip()
[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def parse_python_version(version_str): # type: (str) -> Dict[str, Union[str, int, Version]] from packaging.version import parse as parse_version is_debug = False if version_str.endswith("-debug"): is_debug = True version_str, _, _ = version_str.rpartition("-") match = version_re.match(version_str) if not match: raise InvalidPythonVersion("%s is not a python version" % version_str) version_dict = match.groupdict() # type: Dict[str, str] major = int(version_dict.get("major", 0)) if version_dict.get("major") else None minor = int(version_dict.get("minor", 0)) if version_dict.get("minor") else None patch = int(version_dict.get("patch", 0)) if version_dict.get("patch") else None is_postrelease = True if version_dict.get("post") else False is_prerelease = True if version_dict.get("prerel") else False is_devrelease = True if version_dict.get("dev") else False if patch: patch = int(patch) version = None # type: Optional[Union[Version, LegacyVersion]] try: version = parse_version(version_str) except TypeError: version = None if isinstance(version, LegacyVersion) or version is None: v_dict = version_dict.copy() pre = "" if v_dict.get("prerel") and v_dict.get("prerelversion"): pre = v_dict.pop("prerel") pre = "{0}{1}".format(pre, v_dict.pop("prerelversion")) v_dict["pre"] = pre keys = ["major", "minor", "patch", "pre", "postdev", "post", "dev"] values = [v_dict.get(val) for val in keys] version_str = ".".join([str(v) for v in values if v]) version = parse_version(version_str) return { "major": major, "minor": minor, "patch": patch, "is_postrelease": is_postrelease, "is_prerelease": is_prerelease, "is_devrelease": is_devrelease, "is_debug": is_debug, "version": version, }
[docs]def optional_instance_of(cls): # type: (Any) -> _OptionalValidator """ Return an validator to determine whether an input is an optional instance of a class. :return: A validator to determine optional instance membership. :rtype: :class:`~attr.validators._OptionalValidator` """ return attr.validators.optional(attr.validators.instance_of(cls))
[docs]def path_is_executable(path): # type: (str) -> bool """ Determine whether the supplied path is executable. :return: Whether the provided path is executable. :rtype: bool """ return os.access(str(path), os.X_OK)
[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def path_is_known_executable(path): # type: (Path) -> bool """ Returns whether a given path is a known executable from known executable extensions or has the executable bit toggled. :param path: The path to the target executable. :type path: :class:`~Path` :return: True if the path has chmod +x, or is a readable, known executable extension. :rtype: bool """ return ( path_is_executable(path) or os.access(str(path), os.R_OK) and path.suffix in KNOWN_EXTS )
[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def looks_like_python(name): # type: (str) -> bool """ Determine whether the supplied filename looks like a possible name of python. :param str name: The name of the provided file. :return: Whether the provided name looks like python. :rtype: bool """ if not any(name.lower().startswith(py_name) for py_name in PYTHON_IMPLEMENTATIONS): return False match = RE_MATCHER.match(name) if match: return any(fnmatch(name, rule) for rule in MATCH_RULES) return False
[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def path_is_python(path): # type: (Path) -> bool """ Determine whether the supplied path is executable and looks like a possible path to python. :param path: The path to an executable. :type path: :class:`~Path` :return: Whether the provided path is an executable path to python. :rtype: bool """ return path_is_executable(path) and looks_like_python(
[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def guess_company(path): # type: (str) -> Optional[str] """Given a path to python, guess the company who created it :param str path: The path to guess about :return: The guessed company :rtype: Optional[str] """ non_core_pythons = [impl for impl in PYTHON_IMPLEMENTATIONS if impl != "python"] return next( iter(impl for impl in non_core_pythons if impl in path.lower()), "PythonCore" )
[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def path_is_pythoncore(path): # type: (str) -> bool """Given a path, determine whether it appears to be pythoncore. Does not verify whether the path is in fact a path to python, but simply does an exclusionary check on the possible known python implementations to see if their names are present in the path (fairly dumb check). :param str path: The path to check :return: Whether that path is a PythonCore path or not :rtype: bool """ company = guess_company(path) if company: return company == "PythonCore" return False
[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def ensure_path(path): # type: (Union[Path, str]) -> Path """ Given a path (either a string or a Path object), expand variables and return a Path object. :param path: A string or a :class:`~pathlib.Path` object. :type path: str or :class:`~pathlib.Path` :return: A fully expanded Path object. :rtype: :class:`~pathlib.Path` """ if isinstance(path, Path): return path path = Path(os.path.expandvars(path)) return path.absolute()
def _filter_none(k, v): # type: (Any, Any) -> bool if v: return True return False # TODO: Reimplement in vistir
[docs]def normalize_path(path): # type: (str) -> str return os.path.normpath( os.path.normcase( os.path.abspath(os.path.expandvars(os.path.expanduser(str(path)))) ) )
[docs]@lru_cache(maxsize=1024) def filter_pythons(path): # type: (Union[str, Path]) -> Iterable """Return all valid pythons in a given path""" if not isinstance(path, Path): path = Path(str(path)) if not path.is_dir(): return path if path_is_python(path) else None return filter(path_is_python, path.iterdir())
# TODO: Port to vistir
[docs]def unnest(item): # type: (Any) -> Iterable[Any] target = None # type: Optional[Iterable] if isinstance(item, Iterable) and not isinstance(item, six.string_types): item, target = itertools.tee(item, 2) else: target = item if getattr(target, "__iter__", None): for el in target: if isinstance(el, Iterable) and not isinstance(el, six.string_types): el, el_copy = itertools.tee(el, 2) for sub in unnest(el_copy): yield sub else: yield el else: yield target
[docs]def parse_pyenv_version_order(filename="version"): # type: (str) -> List[str] version_order_file = normalize_path(os.path.join(PYENV_ROOT, filename)) if os.path.exists(version_order_file) and os.path.isfile(version_order_file): with, encoding="utf-8") as fh: contents = version_order = [v for v in contents.splitlines()] return version_order return []
[docs]def parse_asdf_version_order(filename=".tool-versions"): # type: (str) -> List[str] version_order_file = normalize_path(os.path.join("~", filename)) if os.path.exists(version_order_file) and os.path.isfile(version_order_file): with, encoding="utf-8") as fh: contents = python_section = next( iter(line for line in contents.splitlines() if line.startswith("python")), None, ) if python_section: # python_key, _, versions _, _, versions = python_section.partition(" ") if versions: return versions.split() return []
[docs]def split_version_and_name( major=None, # type: Optional[Union[str, int]] minor=None, # type: Optional[Union[str, int]] patch=None, # type: Optional[Union[str, int]] name=None, # type: Optional[str] ): # type: (...) -> Tuple[Optional[Union[str, int]], Optional[Union[str, int]], Optional[Union[str, int]], Optional[str]] # noqa if isinstance(major, six.string_types) and not minor and not patch: # Only proceed if this is in the format "x.y.z" or similar if major.isdigit() or (major.count(".") > 0 and major[0].isdigit()): version = major.split(".", 2) if isinstance(version, (tuple, list)): if len(version) > 3: major, minor, patch, _ = version elif len(version) == 3: major, minor, patch = version elif len(version) == 2: major, minor = version else: major = major[0] else: major = major name = None else: name = "{0!s}".format(major) major = None return (major, minor, patch, name)
# TODO: Reimplement in vistir
[docs]def is_in_path(path, parent): return normalize_path(str(path)).startswith(normalize_path(str(parent)))
[docs]def expand_paths(path, only_python=True): # type: (Union[Sequence, PathEntry], bool) -> Iterator """ Recursively expand a list or :class:`~pythonfinder.models.path.PathEntry` instance :param Union[Sequence, PathEntry] path: The path or list of paths to expand :param bool only_python: Whether to filter to include only python paths, default True :returns: An iterator over the expanded set of path entries :rtype: Iterator[PathEntry] """ if path is not None and ( isinstance(path, Sequence) and not getattr(path.__class__, "__name__", "") == "PathEntry" ): for p in path: if p is None: continue for expanded in itertools.chain.from_iterable( expand_paths(p, only_python=only_python) ): yield expanded elif path is not None and path.is_dir: for p in path.children.values(): if p is not None and p.is_python and p.as_python is not None: for sub_path in itertools.chain.from_iterable( expand_paths(p, only_python=only_python) ): yield sub_path else: if path is not None and ( not only_python or (path.is_python and path.as_python is not None) ): yield path
[docs]def dedup(iterable): # type: (Iterable) -> Iterable """Deduplicate an iterable object like iter(set(iterable)) but order-reserved. """ return iter(OrderedDict.fromkeys(iterable))