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# portage: news management code
# Copyright 2006 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Id$
from portage_const import INCREMENTALS, PROFILE_PATH, NEWS_LIB_PATH
from portage import config, vartree, vardbapi, portdbapi
from portage_util import ensure_dirs
from portage_data import portage_gid
from portage_locks import lockfile, unlockfile
import os, re
class NewsManager(object):
"""
This object manages GLEP 42 style news items. It will cache news items
that have previously shown up and notify users when there are relevant news
items that apply to their packages that the user has not previously read.
Creating a news manager requires:
root - typically ${ROOT} see man make.conf and man emerge for details
NEWS_PATH - path to news items; usually $REPODIR/metadata/news
UNREAD_PATH - path to the news.repoid.unread file; this helps us track news items
"""
TIMESTAMP_FILE = "news-timestamp"
def __init__( self, root, NEWS_PATH, UNREAD_PATH, LANGUAGE_ID='en' ):
self.NEWS_PATH = NEWS_PATH
self.UNREAD_PATH = UNREAD_PATH
self.TIMESTAMP_PATH = os.path.join( root, self.NEWS_LIB_PATH, NewsManager.TIMESTAMP_FILE )
self.target_root = root
self.LANGUAGE_ID = LANGUAGE_ID
self.config = config( config_root = os.environ.get("PORTAGE_CONFIGROOT", "/"),
target_root = root, config_incrementals = INCREMENTALS)
self.vdb = vardbapi( settings = self.config, root = root,
vartree = vartree( root = root, settings = self.config ) )
self.portdb = portdbapi( porttree_root = self.config["PORTDIR"], mysettings = self.config )
# Ensure that the unread path exists and is writable.
dirmode = 02070
modemask = 02
ensure_dirs(self.UNREAD_PATH, mode=dirmode, mask=modemask, gid=portage_gid)
def updateItems( self, repoid ):
"""
Figure out which news items from NEWS_PATH are both unread and relevant to
the user (according to the GLEP 42 standards of relevancy). Then add these
items into the news.repoid.unread file.
"""
repos = self.portdb.getRepositories()
if repoid not in repos:
raise ValueError("Invalid repoID: %s" % repoid)
if os.path.exists(self.TIMESTAMP_PATH):
timestamp = os.stat(self.TIMESTAMP_PATH).st_mtime
else:
timestamp = 0
path = os.path.join( self.portdb.getRepositoryPath( repoid ), self.NEWS_PATH )
# Skip reading news for repoid if the news dir does not exist. Requested by
# NightMorph :)
if not os.path.exists( path ):
return None
news = os.listdir( path )
updates = []
for item in news:
try:
file = os.path.join( path, item, item + "." + self.LANGUAGE_ID + ".txt")
tmp = NewsItem( file , timestamp )
except TypeError:
continue
if tmp.isRelevant( profile=os.readlink(PROFILE_PATH), config=config, vardb=self.vdb):
updates.append( tmp )
del path
path = os.path.join( self.UNREAD_PATH, "news-" + repoid + ".unread" )
unread_lock = lockfile( path )
unread_file = open( path, "a" )
for item in updates:
unread_file.write( item.path + "\n" )
unread_file.close()
unlockfile(unread_lock)
# Touch the timestamp file
f = open(self.TIMESTAMP_PATH, "w")
f.close()
def getUnreadItems( self, repoid, update=False ):
"""
Determine if there are unread relevant items in news.repoid.unread.
If there are unread items return their number.
If update is specified, updateNewsItems( repoid ) will be called to
check for new items.
"""
if update:
self.updateItems( repoid )
unreadfile = os.path.join( self.UNREAD_PATH, "news-"+ repoid +".unread" )
unread_lock = lockfile(unreadfile)
if os.path.exists( unreadfile ):
unread = open( unreadfile ).readlines()
if len(unread):
return len(unread)
unlockfile(unread_lock)
_installedRE = re.compile("Display-If-Installed:(.*)\n")
_profileRE = re.compile("Display-If-Profile:(.*)\n")
_keywordRE = re.compile("Display-If-Keyword:(.*)\n")
class NewsItem(object):
"""
This class encapsulates a GLEP 42 style news item.
It's purpose is to wrap parsing of these news items such that portage can determine
whether a particular item is 'relevant' or not. This requires parsing the item
and determining 'relevancy restrictions'; these include "Display if Installed" or
"display if arch: x86" and so forth.
Creation of a news item involves passing in the path to the particular news item.
"""
def __init__( self, path, cache_mtime = 0 ):
"""
For a given news item we only want if it path is a file and it's
mtime is newer than the cache'd timestamp.
"""
if not os.path.isfile( path ):
raise TypeError
if not os.stat( path ).st_mtime > cache_mtime:
raise TypeError
self.path = path
self._parsed = False
def isRelevant( self, vardb, config, profile ):
"""
This function takes a dict of keyword arguments; one should pass in any
objects need to do to lookups (like what keywords we are on, what profile,
and a vardb so we can look at installed packages).
Each restriction will pluck out the items that are required for it to match
or raise a ValueError exception if the required object is not present.
"""
if not len(self.restrictions):
return True # no restrictions to match means everyone should see it
kwargs = { 'vardb' : vardb,
'config' : config,
'profile' : profile }
for restriction in self.restrictions:
if restriction.checkRestriction( **kwargs ):
return True
return False # No restrictions were met; thus we aren't relevant :(
def parse( self ):
lines = open(self.path).readlines()
self.restrictions = []
for line in lines:
#Optimization to ignore regex matchines on lines that
#will never match
if not line.startswith("D"):
continue
restricts = { _installedRE : DisplayInstalledRestriction,
_profileRE : DisplayProfileRestriction,
_keywordRE : DisplayKeywordRestriction }
for regex, restriction in restricts.iteritems():
match = regex.match(line)
if match:
self.restrictions.append( restriction( match.groups()[0].strip() ) )
continue
self._parsed = True
def __getattr__( self, attr ):
if not self._parsed:
self.parse()
return self.__dict__[attr]
class DisplayRestriction(object):
"""
A base restriction object representing a restriction of display.
news items may have 'relevancy restrictions' preventing them from
being important. In this case we need a manner of figuring out if
a particular item is relevant or not. If any of it's restrictions
are met, then it is displayed
"""
def checkRestriction( self, **kwargs ):
raise NotImplementedError("Derived class should over-ride this method")
class DisplayProfileRestriction(DisplayRestriction):
"""
A profile restriction where a particular item shall only be displayed
if the user is running a specific profile.
"""
def __init__( self, profile ):
self.profile = profile
def checkRestriction( self, **kwargs ):
if self.profile == kwargs['profile']:
return True
return False
class DisplayKeywordRestriction(DisplayRestriction):
"""
A keyword restriction where a particular item shall only be displayed
if the user is running a specific keyword.
"""
def __init__( self, keyword ):
self.keyword = keyword
def checkRestriction( self, **kwargs ):
if kwargs['config']["ARCH"] == self.keyword:
return True
return False
class DisplayInstalledRestriction(DisplayRestriction):
"""
An Installation restriction where a particular item shall only be displayed
if the user has that item installed.
"""
def __init__( self, cpv ):
self.cpv = cpv
def checkRestriction( self, **kwargs ):
vdb = kwargs['vardb']
if vdb.match( self.cpv ):
return True
return False