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import sys
import shutil
import os
import posixpath
import stat
import urllib
import urllib2
import re
from pip.backwardcompat import WindowsError
from pip.exceptions import InstallationError
from pip.locations import site_packages

__all__ = ['rmtree', 'display_path', 'backup_dir',
           'find_command', 'splitext', 'ask', 'Inf',
           'url_to_filename', 'filename_to_url',
           'filename_to_url2', 'normalize_name',
           'format_size', 'is_url', 'is_filename',
           'strip_prefix', 'is_svn_page', 'file_contents',
           'split_leading_dir', 'has_leading_dir',
           'make_path_relative', 'normalize_path',
           'get_file_content', 'renames']

def rmtree(dir):
    shutil.rmtree(dir, ignore_errors=True,

def rmtree_errorhandler(func, path, exc_info):
    """On Windows, the files in .svn are read-only, so when rmtree() tries to
    remove them, an exception is thrown.  We catch that here, remove the
    read-only attribute, and hopefully continue without problems."""
    exctype, value = exc_info[:2]
    # lookin for a windows error
    if exctype is not WindowsError or 'Access is denied' not in str(value):
    # file type should currently be read only
    if ((os.stat(path).st_mode & stat.S_IREAD) != stat.S_IREAD):
    # convert to read/write
    os.chmod(path, stat.S_IWRITE)
    # use the original function to repeat the operation

def display_path(path):
    """Gives the display value for a given path, making it relative to cwd
    if possible."""
    path = os.path.normcase(os.path.abspath(path))
    if path.startswith(os.getcwd() + os.path.sep):
        path = '.' + path[len(os.getcwd()):]
    return path

def backup_dir(dir, ext='.bak'):
    """Figure out the name of a directory to back up the given dir to
    (adding .bak, .bak2, etc)"""
    n = 1
    extension = ext
    while os.path.exists(dir + extension):
        n += 1
        extension = ext + str(n)
    return dir + extension
def splitext(path):
    """Like os.path.splitext, but take off .tar too"""
    base, ext = posixpath.splitext(path)
    if base.lower().endswith('.tar'):
        ext = base[-4:] + ext
        base = base[:-4]
    return base, ext

def find_command(cmd, paths=None, pathext=None):
    """Searches the PATH for the given command and returns its path"""
    if paths is None:
        paths = os.environ.get('PATH', []).split(os.pathsep)
    if isinstance(paths, basestring):
        paths = [paths]
    # check if there are funny path extensions for executables, e.g. Windows
    if pathext is None:
        pathext = os.environ.get('PATHEXT', '.COM;.EXE;.BAT;.CMD')
    pathext = [ext for ext in pathext.lower().split(os.pathsep)]
    # don't use extensions if the command ends with one of them
    if os.path.splitext(cmd)[1].lower() in pathext:
        pathext = ['']
    # check if we find the command on PATH
    for path in paths:
        # try without extension first
        cmd_path = os.path.join(path, cmd)
        for ext in pathext:
            # then including the extension
            cmd_path_ext = cmd_path + ext
            if os.path.exists(cmd_path_ext):
                return cmd_path_ext
        if os.path.exists(cmd_path):
            return cmd_path
    return None

def ask(message, options):
    """Ask the message interactively, with the given possible responses"""
    while 1:
        if os.environ.get('PIP_NO_INPUT'):
            raise Exception('No input was expected ($PIP_NO_INPUT set); question: %s' % message)
        response = raw_input(message)
        response = response.strip().lower()
        if response not in options:
            print 'Your response (%r) was not one of the expected responses: %s' % (
                response, ', '.join(options))
            return response

class _Inf(object):
    """I am bigger than everything!"""
    def __cmp__(self, a):
        if self is a:
            return 0
        return 1
    def __repr__(self):
        return 'Inf'
Inf = _Inf()
del _Inf

def url_to_filename(url):
    Convert a file: URL to a path.
    assert url.startswith('file:'), (
        "You can only turn file: urls into filenames (not %r)" % url)
    filename = url[len('file:'):].lstrip('/')
    filename = urllib.unquote(filename)
    if _url_drive_re.match(filename):
        filename = filename[0] + ':' + filename[2:]
        filename = '/' + filename
    return filename

_drive_re = re.compile('^([a-z]):', re.I)
_url_drive_re = re.compile('^([a-z])[:|]', re.I)

def filename_to_url(filename):
    Convert a path to a file: URL.  The path will be made absolute.
    filename = os.path.normcase(os.path.abspath(filename))
    if _drive_re.match(filename):
        filename = filename[0] + '|' + filename[2:]
    url = urllib.quote(filename)
    url = url.replace(os.path.sep, '/')
    url = url.lstrip('/')
    return 'file:///' + url

def filename_to_url2(filename):
    Convert a path to a file: URL.  The path will be made absolute and have
    quoted path parts.
    filename = os.path.normcase(os.path.abspath(filename))
    drive, filename = os.path.splitdrive(filename)
    filepath = filename.split(os.path.sep)
    url = '/'.join([urllib.quote(part) for part in filepath])
    if not drive:
        url = url.lstrip('/')
    return 'file:///' + drive + url

_normalize_re = re.compile(r'[^a-z]', re.I)

def normalize_name(name):
    return _normalize_re.sub('-', name.lower())

def format_size(bytes):
    if bytes > 1000*1000:
        return '%.1fMb' % (bytes/1000.0/1000)
    elif bytes > 10*1000:
        return '%iKb' % (bytes/1000)
    elif bytes > 1000:
        return '%.1fKb' % (bytes/1000.0)
        return '%ibytes' % bytes

def is_url(name):
    """Returns true if the name looks like a URL"""
    from pip.vcs import vcs
    if ':' not in name:
        return False
    scheme = name.split(':', 1)[0].lower()
    return scheme in ['http', 'https', 'file', 'ftp'] + vcs.all_schemes

def is_filename(name):
    if (splitext(name)[1].lower() in ('.zip', '.tar.gz', '.tar.bz2', '.tgz', '.tar', '.pybundle')
        and os.path.exists(name)):
        return True
    if os.path.sep not in name and '/' not in name:
        # Doesn't have any path components, probably a requirement like 'Foo'
        return False
    return True

def is_svn_page(html):
    """Returns true if the page appears to be the index page of an svn repository"""
    return ('<title>[^<]*Revision \d+:', html)
            and'Powered by (?:<a[^>]*?>)?Subversion', html, re.I))

def file_contents(filename):
    fp = open(filename, 'rb')

def split_leading_dir(path):
    path = str(path)
    path = path.lstrip('/').lstrip('\\')
    if '/' in path and (('\\' in path and path.find('/') < path.find('\\'))
                        or '\\' not in path):
        return path.split('/', 1)
    elif '\\' in path:
        return path.split('\\', 1)
        return path, ''

def has_leading_dir(paths):
    """Returns true if all the paths have the same leading path name
    (i.e., everything is in one subdirectory in an archive)"""
    common_prefix = None
    for path in paths:
        prefix, rest = split_leading_dir(path)
        if not prefix:
            return False
        elif common_prefix is None:
            common_prefix = prefix
        elif prefix != common_prefix:
            return False
    return True

def make_path_relative(path, rel_to):
    Make a filename relative, where the filename path, and it is
    relative to rel_to

        >>> make_relative_path('/usr/share/something/a-file.pth',
        ...                    '/usr/share/another-place/src/Directory')
        >>> make_relative_path('/usr/share/something/a-file.pth',
        ...                    '/home/user/src/Directory')
        >>> make_relative_path('/usr/share/a-file.pth', '/usr/share/')
    path_filename = os.path.basename(path)
    path = os.path.dirname(path)
    path = os.path.normpath(os.path.abspath(path))
    rel_to = os.path.normpath(os.path.abspath(rel_to))
    path_parts = path.strip(os.path.sep).split(os.path.sep)
    rel_to_parts = rel_to.strip(os.path.sep).split(os.path.sep)
    while path_parts and rel_to_parts and path_parts[0] == rel_to_parts[0]:
    full_parts = ['..']*len(rel_to_parts) + path_parts + [path_filename]
    if full_parts == ['']:
        return '.' + os.path.sep
    return os.path.sep.join(full_parts)

def normalize_path(path):
    Convert a path to its canonical, case-normalized, absolute version.
    return os.path.normcase(os.path.realpath(path))

_scheme_re = re.compile(r'^(http|https|file):', re.I)
_url_slash_drive_re = re.compile(r'/*([a-z])\|', re.I)

def get_file_content(url, comes_from=None):
    """Gets the content of a file; it may be a filename, file: URL, or
    http: URL.  Returns (location, content)"""
    match =
    if match:
        scheme =
        if (scheme == 'file' and comes_from
            and comes_from.startswith('http')):
            raise InstallationError(
                'Requirements file %s references URL %s, which is local'
                % (comes_from, url))
        if scheme == 'file':
            path = url.split(':', 1)[1]
            path = path.replace('\\', '/')
            match = _url_slash_drive_re.match(path)
            if match:
                path = + ':' + path.split('|', 1)[1]
            path = urllib.unquote(path)
            if path.startswith('/'):
                path = '/' + path.lstrip('/')
            url = path
            ## FIXME: catch some errors
            resp = urllib2.urlopen(url)
            return resp.geturl(),
    f = open(url)
    content =
    return url, content

def renames(old, new):
    """Like os.renames(), but handles renaming across devices."""
    # Implementation borrowed from os.renames().
    head, tail = os.path.split(new)
    if head and tail and not os.path.exists(head):

    shutil.move(old, new)

    head, tail = os.path.split(old)
    if head and tail:
        except OSError:

def is_local(path):
    Return True if path is within sys.prefix, if we're running in a virtualenv.

    If we're not in a virtualenv, all paths are considered "local."

    if not hasattr(sys, 'real_prefix'):
        return True
    return normalize_path(path).startswith(normalize_path(sys.prefix))

def egg_link_path(dist):
    Return the path where we'd expect to find a .egg-link file for
    this distribution. (There doesn't seem to be any metadata in the
    Distribution object for a develop egg that points back to its
    .egg-link and easy-install.pth files).

    This won't find a globally-installed develop egg if we're in a

    return os.path.join(site_packages, dist.project_name) + '.egg-link'

def dist_location(dist):
    Get the site-packages location of this distribution. Generally
    this is dist.location, except in the case of develop-installed
    packages, where dist.location is the source code location, and we
    want to know where the egg-link file is.

    egg_link = egg_link_path(dist)
    if os.path.exists(egg_link):
        return egg_link
    return dist.location