1. Armin Rigo
  2. cpython-withatomic


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"""Append module search paths for third-party packages to sys.path.

* This module is automatically imported during initialization. *

In earlier versions of Python (up to 1.5a3), scripts or modules that
needed to use site-specific modules would place ``import site''
somewhere near the top of their code.  Because of the automatic
import, this is no longer necessary (but code that does it still

This will append site-specific paths to the module search path.  On
Unix, it starts with sys.prefix and sys.exec_prefix (if different) and
appends lib/python<version>/site-packages as well as lib/site-python.
On other platforms (mainly Mac and Windows), it uses just sys.prefix
(and sys.exec_prefix, if different, but this is unlikely).  The
resulting directories, if they exist, are appended to sys.path, and
also inspected for path configuration files.

A path configuration file is a file whose name has the form
<package>.pth; its contents are additional directories (one per line)
to be added to sys.path.  Non-existing directories (or
non-directories) are never added to sys.path; no directory is added to
sys.path more than once.  Blank lines and lines beginning with
'#' are skipped. Lines starting with 'import' are executed.

For example, suppose sys.prefix and sys.exec_prefix are set to
/usr/local and there is a directory /usr/local/lib/python1.5/site-packages
with three subdirectories, foo, bar and spam, and two path
configuration files, foo.pth and bar.pth.  Assume foo.pth contains the

  # foo package configuration

and bar.pth contains:

  # bar package configuration

Then the following directories are added to sys.path, in this order:


Note that bletch is omitted because it doesn't exist; bar precedes foo
because bar.pth comes alphabetically before foo.pth; and spam is
omitted because it is not mentioned in either path configuration file.

After these path manipulations, an attempt is made to import a module
named sitecustomize, which can perform arbitrary additional
site-specific customizations.  If this import fails with an
ImportError exception, it is silently ignored.


import sys, os

def makepath(*paths):
    dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(*paths))
    return dir, os.path.normcase(dir)

for m in sys.modules.values():
    if hasattr(m, "__file__") and m.__file__:
        m.__file__ = os.path.abspath(m.__file__)
del m

# This ensures that the initial path provided by the interpreter contains
# only absolute pathnames, even if we're running from the build directory.
L = []
_dirs_in_sys_path = {}
dir = dircase = None  # sys.path may be empty at this point
for dir in sys.path:
    # Filter out duplicate paths (on case-insensitive file systems also
    # if they only differ in case); turn relative paths into absolute
    # paths.
    dir, dircase = makepath(dir)
    if not dircase in _dirs_in_sys_path:
        _dirs_in_sys_path[dircase] = 1
sys.path[:] = L
del dir, dircase, L

# Append ./build/lib.<platform> in case we're running in the build dir
# (especially for Guido :-)
# XXX This should not be part of site.py, since it is needed even when
# using the -S option for Python.  See http://www.python.org/sf/586680
if (os.name == "posix" and sys.path and
    os.path.basename(sys.path[-1]) == "Modules"):
    from distutils.util import get_platform
    s = "build/lib.%s-%.3s" % (get_platform(), sys.version)
    s = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(sys.path[-1]), s)
    del get_platform, s

def _init_pathinfo():
    global _dirs_in_sys_path
    _dirs_in_sys_path = d = {}
    for dir in sys.path:
        if dir and not os.path.isdir(dir):
        dir, dircase = makepath(dir)
        d[dircase] = 1

def addsitedir(sitedir):
    global _dirs_in_sys_path
    if _dirs_in_sys_path is None:
        reset = 1
        reset = 0
    sitedir, sitedircase = makepath(sitedir)
    if not sitedircase in _dirs_in_sys_path:
        sys.path.append(sitedir)        # Add path component
        names = os.listdir(sitedir)
    except os.error:
    for name in names:
        if name[-4:] == os.extsep + "pth":
            addpackage(sitedir, name)
    if reset:
        _dirs_in_sys_path = None

def addpackage(sitedir, name):
    global _dirs_in_sys_path
    if _dirs_in_sys_path is None:
        reset = 1
        reset = 0
    fullname = os.path.join(sitedir, name)
        f = open(fullname)
    except IOError:
    while 1:
        dir = f.readline()
        if not dir:
        if dir[0] == '#':
        if dir.startswith("import"):
            exec dir
        dir = dir.rstrip()
        dir, dircase = makepath(sitedir, dir)
        if not dircase in _dirs_in_sys_path and os.path.exists(dir):
            _dirs_in_sys_path[dircase] = 1
    if reset:
        _dirs_in_sys_path = None

prefixes = [sys.prefix]
sitedir = None # make sure sitedir is initialized because of later 'del'
if sys.exec_prefix != sys.prefix:
for prefix in prefixes:
    if prefix:
        if sys.platform in ('os2emx', 'riscos'):
            sitedirs = [os.path.join(prefix, "Lib", "site-packages")]
        elif os.sep == '/':
            sitedirs = [os.path.join(prefix,
                                     "python" + sys.version[:3],
                        os.path.join(prefix, "lib", "site-python")]
            sitedirs = [prefix, os.path.join(prefix, "lib", "site-packages")]
        if sys.platform == 'darwin':
            # for framework builds *only* we add the standard Apple
            # locations. Currently only per-user, but /Library and
            # /Network/Library could be added too
            if 'Python.framework' in prefix:
                home = os.environ.get('HOME')
                if home:
        for sitedir in sitedirs:
            if os.path.isdir(sitedir):
del prefix, sitedir

_dirs_in_sys_path = None

# the OS/2 EMX port has optional extension modules that do double duty
# as DLLs (and must use the .DLL file extension) for other extensions.
# The library search path needs to be amended so these will be found
# during module import.  Use BEGINLIBPATH so that these are at the start
# of the library search path.
if sys.platform == 'os2emx':
    dllpath = os.path.join(sys.prefix, "Lib", "lib-dynload")
    libpath = os.environ['BEGINLIBPATH'].split(';')
    if libpath[-1]:
        libpath[-1] = dllpath
    os.environ['BEGINLIBPATH'] = ';'.join(libpath)

# Define new built-ins 'quit' and 'exit'.
# These are simply strings that display a hint on how to exit.
if os.sep == ':':
    exit = 'Use Cmd-Q to quit.'
elif os.sep == '\\':
    exit = 'Use Ctrl-Z plus Return to exit.'
    exit = 'Use Ctrl-D (i.e. EOF) to exit.'
import __builtin__
__builtin__.quit = __builtin__.exit = exit
del exit

# interactive prompt objects for printing the license text, a list of
# contributors and the copyright notice.
class _Printer:
    MAXLINES = 23

    def __init__(self, name, data, files=(), dirs=()):
        self.__name = name
        self.__data = data
        self.__files = files
        self.__dirs = dirs
        self.__lines = None

    def __setup(self):
        if self.__lines:
        data = None
        for dir in self.__dirs:
            for file in self.__files:
                file = os.path.join(dir, file)
                    fp = open(file)
                    data = fp.read()
                except IOError:
            if data:
        if not data:
            data = self.__data
        self.__lines = data.split('\n')
        self.__linecnt = len(self.__lines)

    def __repr__(self):
        if len(self.__lines) <= self.MAXLINES:
            return "\n".join(self.__lines)
            return "Type %s() to see the full %s text" % ((self.__name,)*2)

    def __call__(self):
        prompt = 'Hit Return for more, or q (and Return) to quit: '
        lineno = 0
        while 1:
                for i in range(lineno, lineno + self.MAXLINES):
                    print self.__lines[i]
            except IndexError:
                lineno += self.MAXLINES
                key = None
                while key is None:
                    key = raw_input(prompt)
                    if key not in ('', 'q'):
                        key = None
                if key == 'q':

__builtin__.copyright = _Printer("copyright", sys.copyright)
if sys.platform[:4] == 'java':
    __builtin__.credits = _Printer(
        "Jython is maintained by the Jython developers (www.jython.org).")
    __builtin__.credits = _Printer("credits", """\
Thanks to CWI, CNRI, BeOpen.com, Zope Corporation and a cast of thousands
for supporting Python development.  See www.python.org for more information.""")
here = os.path.dirname(os.__file__)
__builtin__.license = _Printer(
    "license", "See http://www.python.org/%.3s/license.html" % sys.version,
    ["LICENSE.txt", "LICENSE"],
    [os.path.join(here, os.pardir), here, os.curdir])

# Define new built-in 'help'.
# This is a wrapper around pydoc.help (with a twist).

class _Helper:
    def __repr__(self):
        return "Type help() for interactive help, " \
               "or help(object) for help about object."
    def __call__(self, *args, **kwds):
        import pydoc
        return pydoc.help(*args, **kwds)

__builtin__.help = _Helper()

# On Windows, some default encodings are not provided
# by Python (e.g. "cp932" in Japanese locale), while they
# are always available as "mbcs" in each locale.
# Make them usable by aliasing to "mbcs" in such a case.

if sys.platform == 'win32':
    import locale, codecs
    enc = locale.getdefaultlocale()[1]
    if enc.startswith('cp'):            # "cp***" ?
        except LookupError:
            import encodings
            encodings._cache[enc] = encodings._unknown
            encodings.aliases.aliases[enc] = 'mbcs'

# Set the string encoding used by the Unicode implementation.  The
# default is 'ascii', but if you're willing to experiment, you can
# change this.

encoding = "ascii" # Default value set by _PyUnicode_Init()

if 0:
    # Enable to support locale aware default string encodings.
    import locale
    loc = locale.getdefaultlocale()
    if loc[1]:
        encoding = loc[1]

if 0:
    # Enable to switch off string to Unicode coercion and implicit
    # Unicode to string conversion.
    encoding = "undefined"

if encoding != "ascii":
    # On Non-Unicode builds this will raise an AttributeError...
    sys.setdefaultencoding(encoding) # Needs Python Unicode build !

# Run custom site specific code, if available.
    import sitecustomize
except ImportError:

# Remove sys.setdefaultencoding() so that users cannot change the
# encoding after initialization.  The test for presence is needed when
# this module is run as a script, because this code is executed twice.
if hasattr(sys, "setdefaultencoding"):
    del sys.setdefaultencoding

def _test():
    print "sys.path = ["
    for dir in sys.path:
        print "    %s," % `dir`
    print "]"

if __name__ == '__main__':