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#!/usr/bin/env python
Generate files for ConfigurableUser classes.

import os, sys, time, logging
from pprint import pformat
from GaudiKernel.ConfigurableDb import loadConfigurableDb, cfgDb

logging.VERBOSE = (logging.INFO + logging.DEBUG) / 2 
logging.addLevelName(logging.VERBOSE, "VERBOSE")
logging.verbose = lambda msg, *args, **kwargs: \
    apply(logging.log, (logging.VERBOSE, msg) + args, kwargs)

def _inheritsfrom(derived, basename):
    Check if the class name 'basename' is anywhere in the base classes of the
    class 'derived'.
    If 'derived' _is_ 'basename', returns False.  
    for b in derived.__bases__:
        if b.__name__ == basename:
            return True
            if _inheritsfrom(b, basename):
                return True
    return False

def getConfigurableUsers(modulename, root, mayNotExist = False):
    Find in the module 'modulename' all the classes that derive from ConfigurableUser.
    Return the list of the names.
    The flag mayNotExist is used to choose the level of the logging message in case
    the requested module does not exist.
    # remember the old system path
    oldpath = list(sys.path)
    # we need to hack the sys.path to add the first part of the module name after root
    moduleelements = modulename.split('.')
    if len(moduleelements) > 1:
        moddir = os.sep.join([root] + moduleelements[:-1])
        moddir = root
    # this is the name of the submodule to import
    shortmodname = moduleelements[-1]
    # check if the module file actually exists
    if not os.path.exists(os.path.join(moddir, shortmodname) + ".py"):
        msg = "Module %s does not exist" % modulename
        if mayNotExist:
        # no file -> do not try to import
        return []
    # prepend moddir to the path
    sys.path.insert(0, moddir)
    logging.verbose("sys.path prepended with %r", sys.path[0])"Looking for ConfigurableUser in %r", modulename)
    g, l = {}, {}
        logging.verbose("importing %s", shortmodname)
        exec "import %s as mod" % shortmodname in g, l
        # restore old sys.path
        logging.verbose("restoring old sys.path")
        sys.path = oldpath
    mod = l["mod"]
    if "__all__" in dir(mod) and mod.__all__:
        all = mod.__all__
        all = [ n for n in dir(mod) if not n.startswith("_")]
    result = []
    for name in all:
        cfg = cfgDb.get(name)
        if cfg and cfg["module"] != modulename:
            # This name comes from another module
            logging.verbose("Object %r already found in module %r", name, cfg["module"])
        t = getattr(mod, name)
        if isinstance(t, type) and  _inheritsfrom(t, "ConfigurableUser"):
    logging.verbose("Found %r", result)
    return result

def main():
    from optparse import OptionParser
    parser = OptionParser(prog = os.path.basename(sys.argv[0]),
                          usage = "%prog [options] <PackageName> [<Module1> ...]")
    parser.add_option("-o", "--output", action="store", type="string",
                      help="output file for confDb data [default = '../genConf/<PackageName>'].")
    parser.add_option("-r", "--root", action="store", type="string",
                      help="root directory of the python modules [default = '../python'].")
    parser.add_option("-v", "--verbose", action="store_true",
                      help="print some debugging information")
    parser.add_option("--lockerpath", action="store",
                      metavar = "DIRNAME",
                      help="directory where to find the module 'locker'")
    parser.set_defaults(root = os.path.join("..","python"))
    opts, args = parser.parse_args()
    if opts.verbose:
        log_level = logging.VERBOSE
        log_level = logging.INFO
    logging.basicConfig(format = "%(levelname)s: %(message)s",
                        stream = sys.stdout,
                        level = log_level)

    if len(args) < 1:
        parser.error("PackageName is required")
    package_name = args.pop(0)

    usingConvention = False
    if not args:
        # use the conventional module name <package>.Configuration
        args = [package_name + ".Configuration"]
        usingConvention = True
    if not opts.output:
        outputfile = os.path.join("..", "genConf", package_name + '')
        outputfile = opts.output
    # The locking ensures that nobody tries to modify the file while
    # we read it.
    dbLock = None
    if "GAUDI_BUILD_LOCK" in os.environ:
        if opts.lockerpath:
        # Get the LockFile class from the locker module in GaudiPolicy or use a fake
        # factory.
            from locker import LockFile
        except ImportError:
            def LockFile(*args, **kwargs):
                return None
        # obtain the lock
        dbLock = LockFile(os.environ["GAUDI_BUILD_LOCK"], temporary =  True) 
    # We can disable the error on missing configurables only if we can import Gaudi.Configurables
    # It must be done at this point because it may conflict with logging.basicConfig
        import Gaudi.Configurables
        Gaudi.Configurables.ignoreMissingConfigurables = True
    # load configurables database to avoid fake duplicates
    # ensure that local configurables are in the database
        # Add the local python directories to the python path to be able to import the local
        # configurables
        sys.path.insert(0, os.path.join("..", "genConf"))
        sys.path.insert(0, os.path.join("..", "python"))
        localConfDb = os.path.join("..", "genConf", package_name, package_name + '')
        if os.path.exists(localConfDb):
            execfile(localConfDb, {}, {})
        pass # ignore failures (not important)
    del dbLock # Now we can let the others operate on the install area python directory
    # Collecting ConfigurableUser specializations
    cus = {}
    for mod in args:
        lst = None
            lst = getConfigurableUsers(mod, root = opts.root, mayNotExist = usingConvention)
        except ImportError:
            import traceback
            logging.error("Cannot import module %r:\n%s", mod,
                          traceback.format_exc().rstrip()) # I remove the trailing '\n'
            return 2
        if lst:
            cus[mod] = lst
            # Add the configurables to the database as fake entries to avoid duplicates
            for m in lst:
                cfgDb.add(configurable = m,
                          package = 'None',
                          module  = 'None',
                          lib     = 'None')
        elif not usingConvention:
            logging.warning("Specified module %r does not contain ConfigurableUser specializations", mod)
    if cus:"ConfigurableUser found:\n%s", pformat(cus))
        # header
        output = """##  -*- python -*-
# db file automatically generated by %s on: %s
## insulates outside world against anything bad that could happen
## also prevents global scope pollution
def _fillCfgDb():
    from GaudiKernel.Proxy.ConfigurableDb import CfgDb

    # get a handle on the repository of Configurables
    cfgDb = CfgDb()

    # populate the repository with informations on Configurables 
""" % (parser.prog, time.asctime())
        for mod in cus:
            for cu in cus[mod]:
                output += """
    cfgDb.add( configurable = '%s',
               package = '%s',
               module  = '%s',
               lib     = 'None' )""" % (cu, package_name, mod)

        # trailer
        output += """

    return #_fillCfgDb

# fill cfgDb at module import...
    #house cleaning...
    del _fillCfgDb
except Exception,err:
    print "Py:ConfigurableDb   ERROR Problem with [%%s] content!" %% __name__
    print "Py:ConfigurableDb   ERROR",err
    print "Py:ConfigurableDb   ERROR   ==> culprit is package [%s] !"
""" % package_name
    elif usingConvention:"No ConfigurableUser found")
        output = "# No ConfigurableUser specialization\n"
        logging.error("No ConfigurableUser specialization found")
        return 1

    # create the destination directory if not there
    output_dir = os.path.dirname(outputfile)
    if not os.path.exists(output_dir):"Creating directory %r", output_dir)
        os.makedirs(output_dir, 0755)
    # write output to file
    logging.verbose("Writing confDb data to %r", outputfile)
    open(outputfile, "w").write(output)
    return 0

if __name__ == '__main__':
    retcode = main()