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# Copyright 1998-2014 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
from __future__ import unicode_literals
__all__ = [
"close_portdbapi_caches", "FetchlistDict", "portagetree", "portdbapi"
import portage
from portage.cache import volatile
from portage.cache.cache_errors import CacheError
from portage.cache.mappings import Mapping
from portage.dbapi import dbapi
from portage.exception import PortageException, \
FileNotFound, InvalidAtom, InvalidData, \
InvalidDependString, InvalidPackageName
from portage.localization import _
from portage import eclass_cache, \
eapi_is_supported, \
from portage import os
from portage import _encodings
from portage import _unicode_encode
from portage import OrderedDict
from portage.util._eventloop.EventLoop import EventLoop
from portage.util._eventloop.global_event_loop import global_event_loop
from _emerge.EbuildMetadataPhase import EbuildMetadataPhase
import os as _os
import sys
import traceback
import warnings
from urllib.parse import urlparse
except ImportError:
from urlparse import urlparse
if sys.hexversion >= 0x3000000:
# pylint: disable=W0622
basestring = str
long = int
def close_portdbapi_caches():
# The python interpreter does _not_ guarantee that destructors are
# called for objects that remain when the interpreter exits, so we
# use an atexit hook to call destructors for any global portdbapi
# instances that may have been constructed.
except AttributeError:
if "db" in portage._legacy_globals_constructed:
db = portage.db
except AttributeError:
if isinstance(db, dict):
for x in db.values():
if "porttree" in x.lazy_items:
except (AttributeError, TypeError):
x = x.pop("porttree").dbapi
except (AttributeError, KeyError):
if not isinstance(x, portdbapi):
# It used to be necessary for API consumers to remove portdbapi instances
# from portdbapi_instances, in order to avoid having accumulated instances
# consume memory. Now, portdbapi_instances is just an empty dummy list, so
# for backward compatibility, ignore ValueError for removal on non-existent
# items.
class _dummy_list(list):
def remove(self, item):
# TODO: Trigger a DeprecationWarning here, after stable portage
# has dummy portdbapi_instances.
list.remove(self, item)
except ValueError:
class portdbapi(dbapi):
"""this tree will scan a portage directory located at root (passed to init)"""
portdbapi_instances = _dummy_list()
_use_mutable = True
def _categories(self):
return self.settings.categories
def porttree_root(self):
warnings.warn("portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi.porttree_root is deprecated in favor of portage.repository.config.RepoConfig.location "
"(available as repositories[repo_name].location attribute of instances of portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi class)",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
return self.settings.repositories.mainRepoLocation()
def eclassdb(self):
warnings.warn("portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi.eclassdb is deprecated in favor of portage.repository.config.RepoConfig.eclass_db "
"(available as repositories[repo_name].eclass_db attribute of instances of portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi class)",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
main_repo = self.repositories.mainRepo()
if main_repo is None:
return None
return main_repo.eclass_db
def __init__(self, _unused_param=DeprecationWarning, mysettings=None):
@param _unused_param: deprecated, use mysettings['PORTDIR'] instead
@type _unused_param: None
@param mysettings: an immutable config instance
@type mysettings: portage.config
from portage import config
if mysettings:
self.settings = mysettings
from portage import settings
self.settings = config(clone=settings)
if _unused_param is not DeprecationWarning:
warnings.warn("The first parameter of the " + \
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi" + \
" constructor is unused since portage-2.1.8. " + \
"mysettings['PORTDIR'] is used instead.",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
self.repositories = self.settings.repositories
self.treemap = self.repositories.treemap
# This is strictly for use in aux_get() doebuild calls when metadata
# is generated by the depend phase. It's safest to use a clone for
# this purpose because doebuild makes many changes to the config
# instance that is passed in.
self.doebuild_settings = config(clone=self.settings)
self.depcachedir = os.path.realpath(self.settings.depcachedir)
if os.environ.get("SANDBOX_ON") == "1":
# Make api consumers exempt from sandbox violations
# when doing metadata cache updates.
sandbox_write = os.environ.get("SANDBOX_WRITE", "").split(":")
if self.depcachedir not in sandbox_write:
os.environ["SANDBOX_WRITE"] = \
":".join(filter(None, sandbox_write))
self.porttrees = list(self.settings.repositories.repoLocationList())
# This is used as sanity check for aux_get(). If there is no
# root eclass dir, we assume that PORTDIR is invalid or
# missing. This check allows aux_get() to detect a missing
# portage tree and return early by raising a KeyError.
self._have_root_eclass_dir = os.path.isdir(
os.path.join(self.settings.repositories.mainRepoLocation(), "eclass"))
#if the portdbapi is "frozen", then we assume that we can cache everything (that no updates to it are happening)
self.xcache = {}
self.frozen = 0
#Keep a list of repo names, sorted by priority (highest priority first).
self._ordered_repo_name_list = tuple(reversed(self.repositories.prepos_order))
self.auxdbmodule = self.settings.load_best_module("portdbapi.auxdbmodule")
self.auxdb = {}
self._pregen_auxdb = {}
# If the current user doesn't have depcachedir write permission,
# then the depcachedir cache is kept here read-only access.
self._ro_auxdb = {}
depcachedir_st = os.stat(self.depcachedir)
depcachedir_w_ok = os.access(self.depcachedir, os.W_OK)
except OSError:
depcachedir_st = None
depcachedir_w_ok = False
cache_kwargs = {}
depcachedir_unshared = False
if < 1 and \
depcachedir_w_ok and \
depcachedir_st is not None and \
os.getuid() == depcachedir_st.st_uid and \
os.getgid() == depcachedir_st.st_gid:
# If this user owns depcachedir and is not in the
# portage group, then don't bother to set permissions
# on cache entries. This makes it possible to run
# egencache without any need to be a member of the
# portage group.
depcachedir_unshared = True
'gid' : portage_gid,
'perms' : 0o664
# If secpass < 1, we don't want to write to the cache
# since then we won't be able to apply group permissions
# to the cache entries/directories.
if (secpass < 1 and not depcachedir_unshared) or not depcachedir_w_ok:
for x in self.porttrees:
self.auxdb[x] = volatile.database(
self.depcachedir, x, self._known_keys,
self._ro_auxdb[x] = self.auxdbmodule(self.depcachedir, x,
self._known_keys, readonly=True, **cache_kwargs)
except CacheError:
for x in self.porttrees:
if x in self.auxdb:
# location, label, auxdbkeys
self.auxdb[x] = self.auxdbmodule(
self.depcachedir, x, self._known_keys, **cache_kwargs)
if "metadata-transfer" not in self.settings.features:
for x in self.porttrees:
if x in self._pregen_auxdb:
cache = self._create_pregen_cache(x)
if cache is not None:
self._pregen_auxdb[x] = cache
# Selectively cache metadata in order to optimize dep matching.
self._aux_cache_keys = set(
self._aux_cache = {}
self._broken_ebuilds = set()
def _event_loop(self):
if portage._internal_caller:
# For internal portage usage, the global_event_loop is safe.
return global_event_loop()
# For external API consumers, use a local EventLoop, since
# we don't want to assume that it's safe to override the
# global SIGCHLD handler.
return EventLoop(main=False)
def _create_pregen_cache(self, tree):
conf = self.repositories.get_repo_for_location(tree)
cache = conf.get_pregenerated_cache(
self._known_keys, readonly=True)
if cache is not None:
try: = self.repositories.get_repo_for_location(tree).eclass_db
except AttributeError:
if not cache.complete_eclass_entries:
("Repository '%s' used deprecated 'pms' cache format. "
"Please migrate to 'md5-dict' format.") % (,),
return cache
def _init_cache_dirs(self):
"""Create /var/cache/edb/dep and adjust permissions for the portage
dirmode = 0o2070
modemask = 0o2
ensure_dirs(self.depcachedir, gid=portage_gid,
mode=dirmode, mask=modemask)
except PortageException:
def close_caches(self):
if not hasattr(self, "auxdb"):
# unhandled exception thrown from constructor
for x in self.auxdb:
def flush_cache(self):
for x in self.auxdb.values():
def findLicensePath(self, license_name):
for x in reversed(self.porttrees):
license_path = os.path.join(x, "licenses", license_name)
if os.access(license_path, os.R_OK):
return license_path
return None
def findname(self,mycpv, mytree = None, myrepo = None):
return self.findname2(mycpv, mytree, myrepo)[0]
def getRepositoryPath(self, repository_id):
This function is required for GLEP 42 compliance; given a valid repository ID
it must return a path to the repository
TreeMap = { id:path }
return self.treemap.get(repository_id)
def getRepositoryName(self, canonical_repo_path):
This is the inverse of getRepositoryPath().
@param canonical_repo_path: the canonical path of a repository, as
resolved by os.path.realpath()
@type canonical_repo_path: String
@return: The repo_name for the corresponding repository, or None
if the path does not correspond a known repository
@rtype: String or None
return self.repositories.get_name_for_location(canonical_repo_path)
except KeyError:
return None
def getRepositories(self):
This function is required for GLEP 42 compliance; it will return a list of
repository IDs
TreeMap = {id: path}
return self._ordered_repo_name_list
def getMissingRepoNames(self):
Returns a list of repository paths that lack profiles/repo_name.
return self.settings.repositories.missing_repo_names
def getIgnoredRepos(self):
Returns a list of repository paths that have been ignored, because
another repo with the same name exists.
return self.settings.repositories.ignored_repos
def findname2(self, mycpv, mytree=None, myrepo = None):
Returns the location of the CPV, and what overlay it was in.
Searches overlays first, then PORTDIR; this allows us to return the first
matching file. As opposed to starting in portdir and then doing overlays
second, we would have to exhaustively search the overlays until we found
the file we wanted.
If myrepo is not None it will find packages from this repository(overlay)
if not mycpv:
return (None, 0)
if myrepo is not None:
mytree = self.treemap.get(myrepo)
if mytree is None:
return (None, 0)
mysplit = mycpv.split("/")
psplit = pkgsplit(mysplit[1])
if psplit is None or len(mysplit) != 2:
raise InvalidPackageName(mycpv)
# For optimal performace in this hot spot, we do manual unicode
# handling here instead of using the wrapped os module.
encoding = _encodings['fs']
errors = 'strict'
if mytree:
mytrees = [mytree]
mytrees = reversed(self.porttrees)
relative_path = mysplit[0] + _os.sep + psplit[0] + _os.sep + \
mysplit[1] + ".ebuild"
for x in mytrees:
filename = x + _os.sep + relative_path
if _os.access(_unicode_encode(filename,
encoding=encoding, errors=errors), _os.R_OK):
return (filename, x)
return (None, 0)
def _write_cache(self, cpv, repo_path, metadata, ebuild_hash):
cache = self.auxdb[repo_path]
chf = cache.validation_chf
metadata['_%s_' % chf] = getattr(ebuild_hash, chf)
except CacheError:
# Normally this shouldn't happen, so we'll show
# a traceback for debugging purposes.
cache = None
if cache is not None:
cache[cpv] = metadata
except CacheError:
# Normally this shouldn't happen, so we'll show
# a traceback for debugging purposes.
def _pull_valid_cache(self, cpv, ebuild_path, repo_path):
ebuild_hash = eclass_cache.hashed_path(ebuild_path)
# snag mtime since we use it later, and to trigger stat failure
# if it doesn't exist
except FileNotFound:
writemsg(_("!!! aux_get(): ebuild for " \
"'%s' does not exist at:\n") % (cpv,), noiselevel=-1)
writemsg("!!! %s\n" % ebuild_path, noiselevel=-1)
raise KeyError(cpv)
# Pull pre-generated metadata from the metadata/cache/
# directory if it exists and is valid, otherwise fall
# back to the normal writable cache.
auxdbs = []
pregen_auxdb = self._pregen_auxdb.get(repo_path)
if pregen_auxdb is not None:
ro_auxdb = self._ro_auxdb.get(repo_path)
if ro_auxdb is not None:
eclass_db = self.repositories.get_repo_for_location(repo_path).eclass_db
for auxdb in auxdbs:
metadata = auxdb[cpv]
except KeyError:
except CacheError:
if not auxdb.readonly:
del auxdb[cpv]
except (KeyError, CacheError):
eapi = metadata.get('EAPI', '').strip()
if not eapi:
eapi = '0'
metadata['EAPI'] = eapi
if not eapi_is_supported(eapi):
# Since we're supposed to be able to efficiently obtain the
# EAPI from _parse_eapi_ebuild_head, we disregard cache entries
# for unsupported EAPIs.
if auxdb.validate_entry(metadata, ebuild_hash, eclass_db):
metadata = None
return (metadata, ebuild_hash)
def aux_get(self, mycpv, mylist, mytree=None, myrepo=None):
"stub code for returning auxilliary db information, such as SLOT, DEPEND, etc."
'input: "sys-apps/foo-1.0",["SLOT","DEPEND","HOMEPAGE"]'
'return: ["0",">=sys-libs/bar-1.0",""] or raise KeyError if error'
cache_me = False
if myrepo is not None:
mytree = self.treemap.get(myrepo)
if mytree is None:
raise KeyError(myrepo)
if mytree is not None and len(self.porttrees) == 1 \
and mytree == self.porttrees[0]:
# mytree matches our only tree, so it's safe to
# ignore mytree and cache the result
mytree = None
myrepo = None
if mytree is None:
cache_me = True
if mytree is None and not self._known_keys.intersection(
aux_cache = self._aux_cache.get(mycpv)
if aux_cache is not None:
return [aux_cache.get(x, "") for x in mylist]
cache_me = True
cat, pkg = mycpv.split("/", 1)
except ValueError:
# Missing slash. Can't find ebuild so raise KeyError.
raise KeyError(mycpv)
myebuild, mylocation = self.findname2(mycpv, mytree)
if not myebuild:
writemsg("!!! aux_get(): %s\n" % \
_("ebuild not found for '%s'") % mycpv, noiselevel=1)
raise KeyError(mycpv)
mydata, ebuild_hash = self._pull_valid_cache(mycpv, myebuild, mylocation)
doregen = mydata is None
if doregen:
if myebuild in self._broken_ebuilds:
raise KeyError(mycpv)
proc = EbuildMetadataPhase(cpv=mycpv,
ebuild_hash=ebuild_hash, portdb=self,
repo_path=mylocation, scheduler=self._event_loop,
if proc.returncode != os.EX_OK:
raise KeyError(mycpv)
mydata = proc.metadata
mydata["repository"] = self.repositories.get_name_for_location(mylocation)
mydata["_mtime_"] = ebuild_hash.mtime
eapi = mydata.get("EAPI")
if not eapi:
eapi = "0"
mydata["EAPI"] = eapi
if eapi_is_supported(eapi):
mydata["INHERITED"] = " ".join(mydata.get("_eclasses_", []))
#finally, we look at our internal cache entry and return the requested data.
returnme = [mydata.get(x, "") for x in mylist]
if cache_me:
aux_cache = {}
for x in self._aux_cache_keys:
aux_cache[x] = mydata.get(x, "")
self._aux_cache[mycpv] = aux_cache
return returnme
def getFetchMap(self, mypkg, useflags=None, mytree=None):
Get the SRC_URI metadata as a dict which maps each file name to a
set of alternative URIs.
@param mypkg: cpv for an ebuild
@type mypkg: String
@param useflags: a collection of enabled USE flags, for evaluation of
@type useflags: set, or None to enable all conditionals
@param mytree: The canonical path of the tree in which the ebuild
is located, or None for automatic lookup
@type mypkg: String
@return: A dict which maps each file name to a set of alternative
@rtype: dict
eapi, myuris = self.aux_get(mypkg,
["EAPI", "SRC_URI"], mytree=mytree)
except KeyError:
# Convert this to an InvalidDependString exception since callers
# already handle it.
raise portage.exception.InvalidDependString(
"getFetchMap(): aux_get() error reading "+mypkg+"; aborting.")
if not eapi_is_supported(eapi):
# Convert this to an InvalidDependString exception
# since callers already handle it.
raise portage.exception.InvalidDependString(
"getFetchMap(): '%s' has unsupported EAPI: '%s'" % \
(mypkg, eapi))
return _parse_uri_map(mypkg, {'EAPI':eapi,'SRC_URI':myuris},
def getfetchsizes(self, mypkg, useflags=None, debug=0, myrepo=None):
# returns a filename:size dictionnary of remaining downloads
myebuild, mytree = self.findname2(mypkg, myrepo=myrepo)
if myebuild is None:
raise AssertionError(_("ebuild not found for '%s'") % mypkg)
pkgdir = os.path.dirname(myebuild)
mf = self.repositories.get_repo_for_location(
pkgdir, self.settings["DISTDIR"])
checksums = mf.getDigests()
if not checksums:
if debug:
writemsg(_("[empty/missing/bad digest]: %s\n") % (mypkg,))
return {}
myfiles = self.getFetchMap(mypkg, useflags=useflags, mytree=mytree)
#XXX: maybe this should be improved: take partial downloads
# into account? check checksums?
for myfile in myfiles:
fetch_size = int(checksums[myfile]["size"])
except (KeyError, ValueError):
if debug:
writemsg(_("[bad digest]: missing %(file)s for %(pkg)s\n") % {"file":myfile, "pkg":mypkg})
file_path = os.path.join(self.settings["DISTDIR"], myfile)
mystat = None
mystat = os.stat(file_path)
except OSError:
if mystat is None:
existing_size = 0
ro_distdirs = self.settings.get("PORTAGE_RO_DISTDIRS")
if ro_distdirs is not None:
for x in shlex_split(ro_distdirs):
mystat = os.stat(os.path.join(x, myfile))
except OSError:
if mystat.st_size == fetch_size:
existing_size = fetch_size
existing_size = mystat.st_size
remaining_size = fetch_size - existing_size
if remaining_size > 0:
# Assume the download is resumable.
filesdict[myfile] = remaining_size
elif remaining_size < 0:
# The existing file is too large and therefore corrupt.
filesdict[myfile] = int(checksums[myfile]["size"])
return filesdict
def fetch_check(self, mypkg, useflags=None, mysettings=None, all=False, myrepo=None):
if all:
useflags = None
elif useflags is None:
if mysettings:
useflags = mysettings["USE"].split()
if myrepo is not None:
mytree = self.treemap.get(myrepo)
if mytree is None:
return False
mytree = None
myfiles = self.getFetchMap(mypkg, useflags=useflags, mytree=mytree)
myebuild = self.findname(mypkg, myrepo=myrepo)
if myebuild is None:
raise AssertionError(_("ebuild not found for '%s'") % mypkg)
pkgdir = os.path.dirname(myebuild)
mf = self.repositories.get_repo_for_location(
mf = mf.load_manifest(pkgdir, self.settings["DISTDIR"])
mysums = mf.getDigests()
failures = {}
for x in myfiles:
if not mysums or x not in mysums:
ok = False
reason = _("digest missing")
ok, reason = portage.checksum.verify_all(
os.path.join(self.settings["DISTDIR"], x), mysums[x])
except FileNotFound as e:
ok = False
reason = _("File Not Found: '%s'") % (e,)
if not ok:
failures[x] = reason
if failures:
return False
return True
def cpv_exists(self, mykey, myrepo=None):
"Tells us whether an actual ebuild exists on disk (no masking)"
cps2 = mykey.split("/")
cps = catpkgsplit(mykey, silent=0)
if not cps:
#invalid cat/pkg-v
return 0
if self.findname(cps[0] + "/" + cps2[1], myrepo=myrepo):
return 1
return 0
def cp_all(self, categories=None, trees=None, reverse=False):
This returns a list of all keys in our tree or trees
@param categories: optional list of categories to search or
defaults to self.settings.categories
@param trees: optional list of trees to search the categories in or
defaults to self.porttrees
@param reverse: reverse sort order (default is False)
@rtype list of [cat/pkg,...]
d = {}
if categories is None:
categories = self.settings.categories
if trees is None:
trees = self.porttrees
for x in categories:
for oroot in trees:
for y in listdir(oroot+"/"+x, EmptyOnError=1, ignorecvs=1, dirsonly=1):
atom = Atom("%s/%s" % (x, y))
except InvalidAtom:
if atom != atom.cp:
d[atom.cp] = None
l = list(d)
return l
def cp_list(self, mycp, use_cache=1, mytree=None):
# NOTE: Cache can be safely shared with the match cache, since the
# match cache uses the result from dep_expand for the cache_key.
if self.frozen and mytree is not None \
and len(self.porttrees) == 1 \
and mytree == self.porttrees[0]:
# mytree matches our only tree, so it's safe to
# ignore mytree and cache the result
mytree = None
if self.frozen and mytree is None:
cachelist = self.xcache["cp-list"].get(mycp)
if cachelist is not None:
# Try to propagate this to the match-all cache here for
# repoman since he uses separate match-all caches for each
# profile (due to differences in _get_implicit_iuse).
self.xcache["match-all"][(mycp, mycp)] = cachelist
return cachelist[:]
mysplit = mycp.split("/")
invalid_category = mysplit[0] not in self._categories
if mytree is not None:
if isinstance(mytree, basestring):
mytrees = [mytree]
# assume it's iterable
mytrees = mytree
mytrees = self.porttrees
for oroot in mytrees:
file_list = os.listdir(os.path.join(oroot, mycp))
except OSError:
for x in file_list:
pf = None
if x[-7:] == '.ebuild':
pf = x[:-7]
if pf is not None:
ps = pkgsplit(pf)
if not ps:
writemsg(_("\nInvalid ebuild name: %s\n") % \
os.path.join(oroot, mycp, x), noiselevel=-1)
if ps[0] != mysplit[1]:
writemsg(_("\nInvalid ebuild name: %s\n") % \
os.path.join(oroot, mycp, x), noiselevel=-1)
ver_match = ver_regexp.match("-".join(ps[1:]))
if ver_match is None or not ver_match.groups():
writemsg(_("\nInvalid ebuild version: %s\n") % \
os.path.join(oroot, mycp, x), noiselevel=-1)
d[_pkg_str(mysplit[0]+"/"+pf)] = None
if invalid_category and d:
writemsg(_("\n!!! '%s' has a category that is not listed in " \
"%setc/portage/categories\n") % \
(mycp, self.settings["PORTAGE_CONFIGROOT"]), noiselevel=-1)
mylist = []
mylist = list(d)
# Always sort in ascending order here since it's handy
# and the result can be easily cached and reused.
if self.frozen and mytree is None:
cachelist = mylist[:]
self.xcache["cp-list"][mycp] = cachelist
self.xcache["match-all"][(mycp, mycp)] = cachelist
return mylist
def freeze(self):
for x in "bestmatch-visible", "cp-list", "match-all", \
"match-all-cpv-only", "match-visible", "minimum-all", \
def melt(self):
self.xcache = {}
self.frozen = 0
def xmatch(self,level,origdep,mydep=None,mykey=None,mylist=None):
"caching match function; very trick stuff"
if level == "list-visible":
level = "match-visible"
warnings.warn("The 'list-visible' mode of "
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi.xmatch "
"has been renamed to match-visible",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
if mydep is None:
#this stuff only runs on first call of xmatch()
#create mydep, mykey from origdep
mydep = dep_expand(origdep, mydb=self, settings=self.settings)
mykey = mydep.cp
#if no updates are being made to the tree, we can consult our xcache...
cache_key = None
if self.frozen:
cache_key = (mydep, mydep.unevaluated_atom)
return self.xcache[level][cache_key][:]
except KeyError:
myval = None
mytree = None
if mydep.repo is not None:
mytree = self.treemap.get(mydep.repo)
if mytree is None:
if level.startswith("match-"):
myval = []
myval = ""
if myval is not None:
# Unknown repo, empty result.
elif level == "match-all-cpv-only":
# match *all* packages, only against the cpv, in order
# to bypass unnecessary cache access for things like IUSE
# and SLOT.
if mydep == mykey:
# Share cache with match-all/cp_list when the result is the
# same. Note that this requires that mydep.repo is None and
# thus mytree is also None.
level = "match-all"
myval = self.cp_list(mykey, mytree=mytree)
myval = match_from_list(mydep,
self.cp_list(mykey, mytree=mytree))
elif level in ("bestmatch-visible", "match-all", "match-visible",
"minimum-all", "minimum-visible"):
# Find the minimum matching visible version. This is optimized to
# minimize the number of metadata accesses (improves performance
# especially in cases where metadata needs to be generated).
if mydep == mykey:
mylist = self.cp_list(mykey, mytree=mytree)
mylist = match_from_list(mydep,
self.cp_list(mykey, mytree=mytree))
visibility_filter = level not in ("match-all", "minimum-all")
single_match = level not in ("match-all", "match-visible")
myval = []
aux_keys = list(self._aux_cache_keys)
if level == "bestmatch-visible":
iterfunc = reversed
iterfunc = iter
if mydep.repo is not None:
repos = [mydep.repo]
# We iterate over self.porttrees, since it's common to
# tweak this attribute in order to adjust match behavior.
repos = []
for tree in reversed(self.porttrees):
for cpv in iterfunc(mylist):
for repo in repos:
metadata = dict(zip(aux_keys,
self.aux_get(cpv, aux_keys, myrepo=repo)))
except KeyError:
# ebuild not in this repo, or masked by corruption
pkg_str = _pkg_str(cpv, metadata=metadata,
except InvalidData:
if visibility_filter and not self._visible(pkg_str, metadata):
if mydep.slot is not None and \
not _match_slot(mydep, pkg_str):
if mydep.unevaluated_atom.use is not None and \
not self._match_use(mydep, pkg_str, metadata):
# only yield a given cpv once
if myval and single_match:
if single_match:
if myval:
myval = myval[0]
myval = ""
elif level == "bestmatch-list":
#dep match -- find best match but restrict search to sublist
warnings.warn("The 'bestmatch-list' mode of "
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi.xmatch is deprecated",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
myval = best(list(self._iter_match(mydep, mylist)))
elif level == "match-list":
#dep match -- find all matches but restrict search to sublist (used in 2nd half of visible())
warnings.warn("The 'match-list' mode of "
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi.xmatch is deprecated",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
myval = list(self._iter_match(mydep, mylist))
raise AssertionError(
"Invalid level argument: '%s'" % level)
if self.frozen:
xcache_this_level = self.xcache.get(level)
if xcache_this_level is not None:
xcache_this_level[cache_key] = myval
if not isinstance(myval, _pkg_str):
myval = myval[:]
return myval
def match(self, mydep, use_cache=1):
return self.xmatch("match-visible", mydep)
def gvisible(self, mylist):
warnings.warn("The 'gvisible' method of "
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi "
"is deprecated",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
return list(self._iter_visible(iter(mylist)))
def visible(self, cpv_iter):
warnings.warn("The 'visible' method of "
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portdbapi "
"is deprecated",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
if cpv_iter is None:
return []
return list(self._iter_visible(iter(cpv_iter)))
def _iter_visible(self, cpv_iter, myrepo=None):
Return a new list containing only visible packages.
aux_keys = list(self._aux_cache_keys)
metadata = {}
if myrepo is not None:
repos = [myrepo]
# We iterate over self.porttrees, since it's common to
# tweak this attribute in order to adjust match behavior.
repos = []
for tree in reversed(self.porttrees):
for mycpv in cpv_iter:
for repo in repos:
self.aux_get(mycpv, aux_keys, myrepo=repo)))
except KeyError:
except PortageException as e:
writemsg("!!! Error: aux_get('%s', %s)\n" %
(mycpv, aux_keys), noiselevel=-1)
writemsg("!!! %s\n" % (e,), noiselevel=-1)
del e
if not self._visible(mycpv, metadata):
yield mycpv
# only yield a given cpv once
def _visible(self, cpv, metadata):
eapi = metadata["EAPI"]
if not eapi_is_supported(eapi):
return False
if _eapi_is_deprecated(eapi):
return False
if not metadata["SLOT"]:
return False
settings = self.settings
if settings._getMaskAtom(cpv, metadata):
return False
if settings._getMissingKeywords(cpv, metadata):
return False
if settings.local_config:
metadata['CHOST'] = settings.get('CHOST', '')
if not settings._accept_chost(cpv, metadata):
return False
metadata["USE"] = ""
if "?" in metadata["LICENSE"] or \
"?" in metadata["PROPERTIES"]:
self.doebuild_settings.setcpv(cpv, mydb=metadata)
metadata['USE'] = self.doebuild_settings['PORTAGE_USE']
if settings._getMissingLicenses(cpv, metadata):
return False
if settings._getMissingProperties(cpv, metadata):
return False
if settings._getMissingRestrict(cpv, metadata):
return False
except InvalidDependString:
return False
return True
class portagetree(object):
def __init__(self, root=DeprecationWarning, virtual=DeprecationWarning,
Constructor for a PortageTree
@param root: deprecated, defaults to settings['ROOT']
@type root: String/Path
@param virtual: UNUSED
@type virtual: No Idea
@param settings: Portage Configuration object (portage.settings)
@type settings: Instance of portage.config
if settings is None:
settings = portage.settings
self.settings = settings
if root is not DeprecationWarning:
warnings.warn("The root parameter of the " + \
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portagetree" + \
" constructor is now unused. Use " + \
"settings['ROOT'] instead.",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
if virtual is not DeprecationWarning:
warnings.warn("The 'virtual' parameter of the "
" constructor is unused",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
self.portroot = settings["PORTDIR"]
self.__virtual = virtual
self.dbapi = portdbapi(mysettings=settings)
def root(self):
warnings.warn("The root attribute of " + \
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portagetree" + \
" is deprecated. Use " + \
"settings['ROOT'] instead.",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=3)
return self.settings['ROOT']
def virtual(self):
warnings.warn("The 'virtual' attribute of " + \
"portage.dbapi.porttree.portagetree" + \
" is deprecated.",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=3)
return self.__virtual
def dep_bestmatch(self,mydep):
"compatibility method"
mymatch = self.dbapi.xmatch("bestmatch-visible",mydep)
if mymatch is None:
return ""
return mymatch
def dep_match(self,mydep):
"compatibility method"
mymatch = self.dbapi.xmatch("match-visible",mydep)
if mymatch is None:
return []
return mymatch
def exists_specific(self,cpv):
return self.dbapi.cpv_exists(cpv)
def getallnodes(self):
"""new behavior: these are all *unmasked* nodes. There may or may not be available
masked package for nodes in this nodes list."""
return self.dbapi.cp_all()
def getname(self, pkgname):
"returns file location for this particular package (DEPRECATED)"
if not pkgname:
return ""
mysplit = pkgname.split("/")
psplit = pkgsplit(mysplit[1])
return "/".join([self.portroot, mysplit[0], psplit[0], mysplit[1]])+".ebuild"
def getslot(self,mycatpkg):
"Get a slot for a catpkg; assume it exists."
myslot = ""
myslot = self.dbapi._pkg_str(mycatpkg, None).slot
except KeyError:
return myslot
class FetchlistDict(Mapping):
This provide a mapping interface to retrieve fetch lists. It's used
to allow portage.manifest.Manifest to access fetch lists via a standard
mapping interface rather than use the dbapi directly.
def __init__(self, pkgdir, settings, mydbapi):
"""pkgdir is a directory containing ebuilds and settings is passed into
portdbapi.getfetchlist for __getitem__ calls."""
self.pkgdir = pkgdir
self.cp = os.sep.join(pkgdir.split(os.sep)[-2:])
self.settings = settings
self.mytree = os.path.realpath(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(pkgdir)))
self.portdb = mydbapi
def __getitem__(self, pkg_key):
"""Returns the complete fetch list for a given package."""
return list(self.portdb.getFetchMap(pkg_key, mytree=self.mytree))
def __contains__(self, cpv):
return cpv in self.__iter__()
def has_key(self, pkg_key):
"""Returns true if the given package exists within pkgdir."""
warnings.warn("portage.dbapi.porttree.FetchlistDict.has_key() is "
"deprecated, use the 'in' operator instead",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
return pkg_key in self
def __iter__(self):
return iter(self.portdb.cp_list(self.cp, mytree=self.mytree))
def __len__(self):
"""This needs to be implemented in order to avoid
infinite recursion in some cases."""
return len(self.portdb.cp_list(self.cp, mytree=self.mytree))
def keys(self):
"""Returns keys for all packages within pkgdir"""
return self.portdb.cp_list(self.cp, mytree=self.mytree)
if sys.hexversion >= 0x3000000:
keys = __iter__
def _parse_uri_map(cpv, metadata, use=None):
myuris = use_reduce(metadata.get('SRC_URI', ''),
uselist=use, matchall=(use is None),
uri_map = OrderedDict()
while myuris:
uri = myuris.pop()
if myuris and myuris[-1] == "->":
distfile = myuris.pop()
distfile = os.path.basename(uri)
if not distfile:
raise portage.exception.InvalidDependString(
("getFetchMap(): '%s' SRC_URI has no file " + \
"name: '%s'") % (cpv, uri))
uri_set = uri_map.get(distfile)
if uri_set is None:
# Use OrderedDict to preserve order from SRC_URI
# while ensuring uniqueness.
uri_set = OrderedDict()
uri_map[distfile] = uri_set
# SRC_URI may contain a file name with no scheme, and in
# this case it does not belong in uri_set.
if urlparse(uri).scheme:
uri_set[uri] = True
# Convert OrderedDicts to tuples.
for k, v in uri_map.items():
uri_map[k] = tuple(v)
return uri_map