File: bzrtools_import.py

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# This file is a modified copy of bzrtools' upstream_import.py, last changed in
# bzrtools 1.14.0.

"""Import upstream source into a branch"""

import errno
import os
from StringIO import StringIO
import stat
import tarfile
import zipfile

from bzrlib import generate_ids
from bzrlib.bzrdir import BzrDir
from bzrlib.errors import NoSuchFile, BzrCommandError, NotBranchError
from bzrlib.osutils import (pathjoin, isdir, file_iterator, basename,
                            file_kind, splitpath, normpath, walkdirs)
from bzrlib.trace import warning
from bzrlib.transform import TreeTransform, resolve_conflicts, cook_conflicts
from bzrlib.workingtree import WorkingTree
from bzrlib.plugins.builddeb.bzrtools_bzrtools import open_from_url
from bzrlib.plugins.builddeb.errors import UnknownType

class ZipFileWrapper(object):

    def __init__(self, fileobj, mode):
        self.zipfile = zipfile.ZipFile(fileobj, mode)

    def getmembers(self):
        for info in self.zipfile.infolist():
            yield ZipInfoWrapper(self.zipfile, info)

    def extractfile(self, infowrapper):
        return StringIO(self.zipfile.read(infowrapper.name))

    def add(self, filename):
        if isdir(filename):
            self.zipfile.writestr(filename+'/', '')
        else:
            self.zipfile.write(filename)

    def close(self):
        self.zipfile.close()


class ZipInfoWrapper(object):

    def __init__(self, zipfile, info):
        self.info = info
        self.type = None
        self.name = info.filename
        self.zipfile = zipfile
        self.mode = 0666

    def isdir(self):
        # Really? Eeeew!
        return bool(self.name.endswith('/'))

    def isreg(self):
        # Really? Eeeew!
        return not self.isdir()


files_to_ignore = set(
    ['.shelf', '.bzr', '.bzr.backup', '.bzrtags',
     '.bzr-builddeb'])


class DirWrapper(object):
    def __init__(self, fileobj, mode='r'):
        assert mode == 'r', mode
        self.root = os.path.realpath(fileobj.read())

    def __repr__(self):
        return 'DirWrapper(%r)' % self.root

    def getmembers(self):
        for _, dir_block in walkdirs(self.root):
            for relpath, _, _, stat_result, _ in dir_block:
                yield FileInfo(self.root, relpath, stat_result)

    def extractfile(self, member):
        return open(member.fullpath)


class FileInfo(object):

    def __init__(self, root, filepath, stat):
        self.fullpath = pathjoin(root, filepath)
        self.root = root
        if filepath != '':
            self.name = pathjoin(basename(root), filepath)
        else:
            self.name = basename(root)
        self.type = None
        self.mode = stat.st_mode
        if self.isdir():
            self.name += '/'

    def __repr__(self):
        return 'FileInfo(%r)' % self.name

    def isreg(self):
        return stat.S_ISREG(self.mode)

    def isdir(self):
        return stat.S_ISDIR(self.mode)

    def issym(self):
        if stat.S_ISLNK(self.mode):
            self.linkname = os.readlink(self.fullpath)
            return True
        else:
            return False


def top_path(path):
    """Return the top directory given in a path."""
    components = splitpath(normpath(path))
    if len(components) > 0:
        return components[0]
    else:
        return ''


def common_directory(names):
    """Determine a single directory prefix from a list of names"""
    prefixes = set()
    prefixes.update(map(top_path, names))
    if '' in prefixes:
        prefixes.remove('')
    if len(prefixes) != 1:
        return None
    prefix = prefixes.pop()
    if prefix == '':
        return None
    return prefix


def do_directory(tt, trans_id, tree, relative_path, path):
    if isdir(path) and tree.path2id(relative_path) is not None:
        tt.cancel_deletion(trans_id)
    else:
        tt.create_directory(trans_id)


def add_implied_parents(implied_parents, path):
    """Update the set of implied parents from a path"""
    parent = os.path.dirname(path)
    if parent in implied_parents:
        return
    implied_parents.add(parent)
    add_implied_parents(implied_parents, parent)


def names_of_files(tar_file):
    for member in tar_file.getmembers():
        if member.type != "g":
            yield member.name


def should_ignore(relative_path):
    parts = splitpath(relative_path)
    if not parts:
        return False
    for part in parts:
        if part in files_to_ignore:
            return True
        if part.endswith(',v'):
            return True


def import_tar(tree, tar_input, file_ids_from=None, target_tree=None):
    """Replace the contents of a working directory with tarfile contents.
    The tarfile may be a gzipped stream.  File ids will be updated.
    """
    tar_file = tarfile.open('lala', 'r', tar_input)
    import_archive(tree, tar_file, file_ids_from=file_ids_from,
            target_tree=target_tree)

def import_zip(tree, zip_input, file_ids_from=None, target_tree=None):
    zip_file = ZipFileWrapper(zip_input, 'r')
    import_archive(tree, zip_file, file_ids_from=file_ids_from,
            target_tree=target_tree)

def import_dir(tree, dir, file_ids_from=None, target_tree=None):
    dir_input = StringIO(dir)
    dir_file = DirWrapper(dir_input)
    import_archive(tree, dir_file, file_ids_from=file_ids_from,
            target_tree=target_tree)

def import_archive(tree, archive_file, file_ids_from=None, target_tree=None):
    if file_ids_from is None:
        file_ids_from = []
    for other_tree in file_ids_from:
        other_tree.lock_read()
    try:
        return _import_archive(tree, archive_file, file_ids_from,
                target_tree=target_tree)
    finally:
        for other_tree in file_ids_from:
            other_tree.unlock()

def _get_paths_to_process(archive_file, prefix, implied_parents):
    to_process = set()
    for member in archive_file.getmembers():
        if member.type == 'g':
            # type 'g' is a header
            continue
        relative_path = member.name
        relative_path = normpath(relative_path)
        relative_path = relative_path.lstrip('/')
        if prefix is not None:
            relative_path = relative_path[len(prefix)+1:]
            relative_path = relative_path.rstrip('/')
        if relative_path == '' or relative_path == '.':
            continue
        if should_ignore(relative_path):
            continue
        add_implied_parents(implied_parents, relative_path)
        to_process.add((relative_path, member))
    return to_process


def _import_archive(tree, archive_file, file_ids_from, target_tree=None):
    prefix = common_directory(names_of_files(archive_file))
    tt = TreeTransform(tree)
    try:
        removed = set()
        for path, entry in tree.iter_entries_by_dir():
            if entry.parent_id is None:
                continue
            trans_id = tt.trans_id_tree_path(path)
            tt.delete_contents(trans_id)
            removed.add(path)

        added = set()
        implied_parents = set()
        seen = set()
        to_process = _get_paths_to_process(archive_file, prefix,
                implied_parents)
        renames = {}

        # First we find the renames
        other_trees = file_ids_from[:]
        if target_tree is not None:
            other_trees.insert(0, target_tree)
        for other_tree in other_trees:
            for relative_path, member in to_process:
                trans_id = tt.trans_id_tree_path(relative_path)
                existing_file_id = tt.tree_file_id(trans_id)
                target_id = other_tree.path2id(relative_path)
                if (target_id is not None
                    and target_id != existing_file_id
                    and target_id not in renames):
                    renames[target_id] = relative_path

        # The we do the work
        for relative_path, member in to_process:
            trans_id = tt.trans_id_tree_path(relative_path)
            added.add(relative_path.rstrip('/'))
            # To handle renames, we need to not use the preserved file id, rather
            # we need to lookup the file id in target_tree, if there is one. If
            # there isn't, we should use the one in the current tree, and failing
            # that we will allocate one. In this importer we want the
            # target_tree to be authoritative about id2path, which is why we
            # consult it first.
            existing_file_id = tt.tree_file_id(trans_id)
            # If we find an id that we know we are going to assign to
            # different path as it has been renamed in one of the
            # file_ids_from trees then we ignore the one in this tree.
            if existing_file_id in renames:
                if relative_path != renames[existing_file_id]:
                    existing_file_id = None
            found_file_id = None
            if target_tree is not None:
                found_file_id = target_tree.path2id(relative_path)
                if found_file_id in renames:
                    if renames[found_file_id] != relative_path:
                        found_file_id = None
            if found_file_id is None and existing_file_id is None:
                for other_tree in file_ids_from:
                    found_file_id = other_tree.path2id(relative_path)
                    if found_file_id is not None:
                        if found_file_id in renames:
                            if renames[found_file_id] != relative_path:
                                found_file_id = None
                                continue
                        break
            if (found_file_id is not None
                and found_file_id != existing_file_id):
                # Found a specific file id in one of the source trees
                tt.version_file(found_file_id, trans_id)
                if existing_file_id is not None:
                    # We need to remove the existing file so it can be
                    # replaced by the file (and file id) from the
                    # file_ids_from tree.
                    tt.delete_versioned(trans_id)
                trans_id = tt.trans_id_file_id(found_file_id)

            if not found_file_id and not existing_file_id:
                # No file_id in any of the source trees and no file id in the base
                # tree.
                name = basename(member.name.rstrip('/'))
                file_id = generate_ids.gen_file_id(name)
                tt.version_file(file_id, trans_id)
            path = tree.abspath(relative_path)
            if member.name in seen:
                if tt.final_kind(trans_id) == 'file':
                    tt.set_executability(None, trans_id)
                tt.cancel_creation(trans_id)
            seen.add(member.name)
            if member.isreg():
                tt.create_file(file_iterator(archive_file.extractfile(member)),
                               trans_id)
                executable = (member.mode & 0111) != 0
                tt.set_executability(executable, trans_id)
            elif member.isdir():
                do_directory(tt, trans_id, tree, relative_path, path)
            elif member.issym():
                tt.create_symlink(member.linkname, trans_id)
            else:
                raise UnknownType(relative_path)

        for relative_path in implied_parents.difference(added):
            if relative_path == "":
                continue
            trans_id = tt.trans_id_tree_path(relative_path)
            path = tree.abspath(relative_path)
            do_directory(tt, trans_id, tree, relative_path, path)
            if tt.tree_file_id(trans_id) is None:
                found = False
                for other_tree in file_ids_from:
                    other_tree.lock_read()
                    try:
                        if other_tree.has_filename(relative_path):
                            file_id = other_tree.path2id(relative_path)
                            if file_id is not None:
                                tt.version_file(file_id, trans_id)
                                found = True
                                break
                    finally:
                        other_tree.unlock()
                if not found:
                    # Should this really use the trans_id as the
                    # file_id?
                    tt.version_file(trans_id, trans_id)
            added.add(relative_path)

        for path in removed.difference(added):
            tt.unversion_file(tt.trans_id_tree_path(path))

        for conflict in cook_conflicts(resolve_conflicts(tt), tt):
            warning(conflict)
        tt.apply()
    finally:
        tt.finalize()


def do_import(source, tree_directory=None):
    """Implementation of import command.  Intended for UI only"""
    if tree_directory is not None:
        try:
            tree = WorkingTree.open(tree_directory)
        except NotBranchError:
            if not os.path.exists(tree_directory):
                os.mkdir(tree_directory)
            branch = BzrDir.create_branch_convenience(tree_directory)
            tree = branch.bzrdir.open_workingtree()
    else:
        tree = WorkingTree.open_containing('.')[0]
    tree.lock_write()
    try:
        if tree.changes_from(tree.basis_tree()).has_changed():
            raise BzrCommandError("Working tree has uncommitted changes.")

        if (source.endswith('.tar') or source.endswith('.tar.gz') or
            source.endswith('.tar.bz2')) or source.endswith('.tgz'):
            try:
                tar_input = open_from_url(source)
                if source.endswith('.bz2'):
                    tar_input = StringIO(tar_input.read().decode('bz2'))
            except IOError, e:
                if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
                    raise NoSuchFile(source)
            try:
                import_tar(tree, tar_input)
            finally:
                tar_input.close()
        elif source.endswith('.zip'):
            import_zip(tree, open_from_url(source))
        elif file_kind(source) == 'directory':
            s = StringIO(source)
            s.seek(0)
            import_dir(tree, s)
        else:
            raise BzrCommandError('Unhandled import source')
    finally:
        tree.unlock()