SCons / src / engine / SCons / Tool / packaging / rpm.py

"""SCons.Tool.Packaging.rpm

The rpm packager.
"""

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import os

import SCons.Builder
import SCons.Tool.rpmutils

from SCons.Environment import OverrideEnvironment
from SCons.Tool.packaging import stripinstallbuilder, src_targz
from SCons.Errors import UserError

def package(env, target, source, PACKAGEROOT, NAME, VERSION,
            PACKAGEVERSION, DESCRIPTION, SUMMARY, X_RPM_GROUP, LICENSE,
            **kw):
    # initialize the rpm tool
    SCons.Tool.Tool('rpm').generate(env)

    bld = env['BUILDERS']['Rpm']

    # Generate a UserError whenever the target name has been set explicitly,
    # since rpm does not allow for controlling it. This is detected by
    # checking if the target has been set to the default by the Package()
    # Environment function.
    if str(target[0])!="%s-%s"%(NAME, VERSION):
        raise UserError( "Setting target is not supported for rpm." )
    else:
        # This should be overridable from the construction environment,
        # which it is by using ARCHITECTURE=.
        buildarchitecture = SCons.Tool.rpmutils.defaultMachine()

        if 'ARCHITECTURE' in kw:
            buildarchitecture = kw['ARCHITECTURE']

        fmt = '%s-%s-%s.%s.rpm'
        srcrpm = fmt % (NAME, VERSION, PACKAGEVERSION, 'src')
        binrpm = fmt % (NAME, VERSION, PACKAGEVERSION, buildarchitecture)

        target = [ srcrpm, binrpm ]

    # get the correct arguments into the kw hash
    loc=locals()
    del loc['kw']
    kw.update(loc)
    del kw['source'], kw['target'], kw['env']

    # if no "SOURCE_URL" tag is given add a default one.
    if 'SOURCE_URL' not in kw:
        #kw['SOURCE_URL']=(str(target[0])+".tar.gz").replace('.rpm', '')
        kw['SOURCE_URL']=(str(target[0])+".tar.gz").replace('.rpm', '')

    # mangle the source and target list for the rpmbuild
    env = OverrideEnvironment(env, kw)
    target, source = stripinstallbuilder(target, source, env)
    target, source = addspecfile(target, source, env)
    target, source = collectintargz(target, source, env)

    # now call the rpm builder to actually build the packet.
    return bld(env, target, source, **kw)

def collectintargz(target, source, env):
    """ Puts all source files into a tar.gz file. """
    # the rpm tool depends on a source package, until this is chagned
    # this hack needs to be here that tries to pack all sources in.
    sources = env.FindSourceFiles()

    # filter out the target we are building the source list for.
    #sources = [s for s in sources if not (s in target)]
    sources = [s for s in sources if s not in target]

    # find the .spec file for rpm and add it since it is not necessarily found
    # by the FindSourceFiles function.
    #sources.extend( [s for s in source if str(s).rfind('.spec')!=-1] )
    spec_file = lambda s: str(s).rfind('.spec') != -1
    sources.extend( list(filter(spec_file, source)) )

    # as the source contains the url of the source package this rpm package
    # is built from, we extract the target name
    #tarball = (str(target[0])+".tar.gz").replace('.rpm', '')
    tarball = (str(target[0])+".tar.gz").replace('.rpm', '')
    try:
        #tarball = env['SOURCE_URL'].split('/')[-1]
        tarball = env['SOURCE_URL'].split('/')[-1]
    except KeyError, e:
        raise SCons.Errors.UserError( "Missing PackageTag '%s' for RPM packager" % e.args[0] )

    tarball = src_targz.package(env, source=sources, target=tarball,
                                PACKAGEROOT=env['PACKAGEROOT'], )

    return (target, tarball)

def addspecfile(target, source, env):
    specfile = "%s-%s" % (env['NAME'], env['VERSION'])

    bld = SCons.Builder.Builder(action         = build_specfile,
                                suffix         = '.spec',
                                target_factory = SCons.Node.FS.File)

    source.extend(bld(env, specfile, source))

    return (target,source)

def build_specfile(target, source, env):
    """ Builds a RPM specfile from a dictionary with string metadata and
    by analyzing a tree of nodes.
    """
    file = open(target[0].abspath, 'w')
    str  = ""

    try:
        file.write( build_specfile_header(env) )
        file.write( build_specfile_sections(env) )
        file.write( build_specfile_filesection(env, source) )
        file.close()

        # call a user specified function
        if 'CHANGE_SPECFILE' in env:
            env['CHANGE_SPECFILE'](target, source)

    except KeyError, e:
        raise SCons.Errors.UserError( '"%s" package field for RPM is missing.' % e.args[0] )


#
# mandatory and optional package tag section
#
def build_specfile_sections(spec):
    """ Builds the sections of a rpm specfile.
    """
    str = ""

    mandatory_sections = {
        'DESCRIPTION'  : '\n%%description\n%s\n\n', }

    str = str + SimpleTagCompiler(mandatory_sections).compile( spec )

    optional_sections = {
        'DESCRIPTION_'        : '%%description -l %s\n%s\n\n',
        'CHANGELOG'           : '%%changelog\n%s\n\n',
        'X_RPM_PREINSTALL'    : '%%pre\n%s\n\n',
        'X_RPM_POSTINSTALL'   : '%%post\n%s\n\n',
        'X_RPM_PREUNINSTALL'  : '%%preun\n%s\n\n',
        'X_RPM_POSTUNINSTALL' : '%%postun\n%s\n\n',
        'X_RPM_VERIFY'        : '%%verify\n%s\n\n',

        # These are for internal use but could possibly be overriden
        'X_RPM_PREP'          : '%%prep\n%s\n\n',
        'X_RPM_BUILD'         : '%%build\n%s\n\n',
        'X_RPM_INSTALL'       : '%%install\n%s\n\n',
        'X_RPM_CLEAN'         : '%%clean\n%s\n\n',
        }

    # Default prep, build, install and clean rules
    # TODO: optimize those build steps, to not compile the project a second time
    if 'X_RPM_PREP' not in spec:
        spec['X_RPM_PREP'] = '[ -n "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT" -a "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT" != / ] && rm -rf "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT"' + '\n%setup -q'

    if 'X_RPM_BUILD' not in spec:
        spec['X_RPM_BUILD'] = 'mkdir "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT"'

    if 'X_RPM_INSTALL' not in spec:
        spec['X_RPM_INSTALL'] = 'scons --install-sandbox="$RPM_BUILD_ROOT" "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT"'

    if 'X_RPM_CLEAN' not in spec:
        spec['X_RPM_CLEAN'] = '[ -n "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT" -a "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT" != / ] && rm -rf "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT"'

    str = str + SimpleTagCompiler(optional_sections, mandatory=0).compile( spec )

    return str

def build_specfile_header(spec):
    """ Builds all section but the %file of a rpm specfile
    """
    str = ""

    # first the mandatory sections
    mandatory_header_fields = {
        'NAME'           : '%%define name %s\nName: %%{name}\n',
        'VERSION'        : '%%define version %s\nVersion: %%{version}\n',
        'PACKAGEVERSION' : '%%define release %s\nRelease: %%{release}\n',
        'X_RPM_GROUP'    : 'Group: %s\n',
        'SUMMARY'        : 'Summary: %s\n',
        'LICENSE'        : 'License: %s\n', }

    str = str + SimpleTagCompiler(mandatory_header_fields).compile( spec )

    # now the optional tags
    optional_header_fields = {
        'VENDOR'              : 'Vendor: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_URL'           : 'Url: %s\n',
        'SOURCE_URL'          : 'Source: %s\n',
        'SUMMARY_'            : 'Summary(%s): %s\n',
        'X_RPM_DISTRIBUTION'  : 'Distribution: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_ICON'          : 'Icon: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_PACKAGER'      : 'Packager: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_GROUP_'        : 'Group(%s): %s\n',

        'X_RPM_REQUIRES'      : 'Requires: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_PROVIDES'      : 'Provides: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_CONFLICTS'     : 'Conflicts: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_BUILDREQUIRES' : 'BuildRequires: %s\n',

        'X_RPM_SERIAL'        : 'Serial: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_EPOCH'         : 'Epoch: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_AUTOREQPROV'   : 'AutoReqProv: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_EXCLUDEARCH'   : 'ExcludeArch: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_EXCLUSIVEARCH' : 'ExclusiveArch: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_PREFIX'        : 'Prefix: %s\n',
        'X_RPM_CONFLICTS'     : 'Conflicts: %s\n',

        # internal use
        'X_RPM_BUILDROOT'     : 'BuildRoot: %s\n', }

    # fill in default values:
    # Adding a BuildRequires renders the .rpm unbuildable under System, which
    # are not managed by rpm, since the database to resolve this dependency is
    # missing (take Gentoo as an example)
#    if not s.has_key('x_rpm_BuildRequires'):
#        s['x_rpm_BuildRequires'] = 'scons'

    if 'X_RPM_BUILDROOT' not in spec:
        spec['X_RPM_BUILDROOT'] = '%{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-%{release}'

    str = str + SimpleTagCompiler(optional_header_fields, mandatory=0).compile( spec )
    return str

#
# mandatory and optional file tags
#
def build_specfile_filesection(spec, files):
    """ builds the %file section of the specfile
    """
    str  = '%files\n'

    if 'X_RPM_DEFATTR' not in spec:
        spec['X_RPM_DEFATTR'] = '(-,root,root)'

    str = str + '%%defattr %s\n' % spec['X_RPM_DEFATTR']

    supported_tags = {
        'PACKAGING_CONFIG'           : '%%config %s',
        'PACKAGING_CONFIG_NOREPLACE' : '%%config(noreplace) %s',
        'PACKAGING_DOC'              : '%%doc %s',
        'PACKAGING_UNIX_ATTR'        : '%%attr %s',
        'PACKAGING_LANG_'            : '%%lang(%s) %s',
        'PACKAGING_X_RPM_VERIFY'     : '%%verify %s',
        'PACKAGING_X_RPM_DIR'        : '%%dir %s',
        'PACKAGING_X_RPM_DOCDIR'     : '%%docdir %s',
        'PACKAGING_X_RPM_GHOST'      : '%%ghost %s', }

    for file in files:
        # build the tagset
        tags = {}
        for k in supported_tags.keys():
            try:
                tags[k]=getattr(file, k)
            except AttributeError:
                pass

        # compile the tagset
        str = str + SimpleTagCompiler(supported_tags, mandatory=0).compile( tags )

        str = str + ' '
        str = str + file.PACKAGING_INSTALL_LOCATION
        str = str + '\n\n'

    return str

class SimpleTagCompiler(object):
    """ This class is a simple string substition utility:
    the replacement specfication is stored in the tagset dictionary, something
    like:
     { "abc"  : "cdef %s ",
       "abc_" : "cdef %s %s" }

    the compile function gets a value dictionary, which may look like:
    { "abc"    : "ghij",
      "abc_gh" : "ij" }

    The resulting string will be:
     "cdef ghij cdef gh ij"
    """
    def __init__(self, tagset, mandatory=1):
        self.tagset    = tagset
        self.mandatory = mandatory

    def compile(self, values):
        """ compiles the tagset and returns a str containing the result
        """
        def is_international(tag):
            #return tag.endswith('_')
            return tag[-1:] == '_'

        def get_country_code(tag):
            return tag[-2:]

        def strip_country_code(tag):
            return tag[:-2]

        replacements = list(self.tagset.items())

        str = ""
        #domestic = [ (k,v) for k,v in replacements if not is_international(k) ]
        domestic = [t for t in replacements if not is_international(t[0])]
        for key, replacement in domestic:
            try:
                str = str + replacement % values[key]
            except KeyError, e:
                if self.mandatory:
                    raise e

        #international = [ (k,v) for k,v in replacements if is_international(k) ]
        international = [t for t in replacements if is_international(t[0])]
        for key, replacement in international:
            try:
                #int_values_for_key = [ (get_country_code(k),v) for k,v in values.items() if strip_country_code(k) == key ]
                x = [t for t in values.items() if strip_country_code(t[0]) == key]
                int_values_for_key = [(get_country_code(t[0]),t[1]) for t in x]
                for v in int_values_for_key:
                    str = str + replacement % v
            except KeyError, e:
                if self.mandatory:
                    raise e

        return str

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