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import base64
import os
import sys

# Workaround current bug in docutils:
import docutils.utils

root = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)))

import config
import store
import passlib.registry

bcrypt = passlib.registry.get_crypt_handler("bcrypt")
bcrypt_sha1 = passlib.registry.get_crypt_handler("bcrypt_sha1")

cfg = config.Config(os.path.join(root, "config.ini"))
st = store.Store(cfg)

print "Migrating passwords to bcrypt_sha1 from unsalted sha1....",
for i, u in enumerate(st.get_users()):
    user = st.get_user(u['name'])
    # basic sanity check to allow it to run concurrent with users accessing
    if len(user['password']) == 40 and "$" not in user["password"]:
        # Hash the existing sha1 password with bcrypt
        bcrypted = bcrypt.encrypt(user["password"])

        # Base64 encode the bcrypted password so that it's just a blob of data
        encoded = base64.b64encode(bcrypted)

        st.setpasswd(user['name'], bcrypt_sha1._hash_prefix + encoded,

    # Commit every 20 users
    if not i % 20:


print "[ok]"
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