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from __future__ import with_statement
import cgi
import errno
import mimetypes
import os
import posixpath
import re
import shutil
import stat
import sys
import tempfile
import urllib

from optparse import make_option
from os import path

import django
from django.template import Template, Context
from django.utils import archive
from django.utils.encoding import smart_str
from django.utils._os import rmtree_errorhandler
from import BaseCommand, CommandError
from import handle_extensions

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

class TemplateCommand(BaseCommand):
    Copies either a Django application layout template or a Django project
    layout template into the specified directory.

    :param style: A color style object (see
    :param app_or_project: The string 'app' or 'project'.
    :param name: The name of the application or project.
    :param directory: The directory to which the template should be copied.
    :param options: The additional variables passed to project or app templates
    args = "[name] [optional destination directory]"
    option_list = BaseCommand.option_list + (
                    action='store', dest='template',
                    help='The dotted import path to load the template from.'),
        make_option('--extension', '-e', dest='extensions',
                    action='append', default=['py'],
                    help='The file extension(s) to render (default: "py") '
                         'Separate multiple extensions with commas, or use '
                         '-e multiple times.'),
    requires_model_validation = False
    # Can't import settings during this command, because they haven't
    # necessarily been created.
    can_import_settings = False
    # The supported URL schemes
    url_schemes = ['http', 'https', 'ftp']

    def handle(self, app_or_project, name, target=None, **options):
        self.app_or_project = app_or_project
        self.paths_to_remove = []
        self.verbosity = int(options.get('verbosity'))

        # If it's not a valid directory name.
        if not'^[_a-zA-Z]\w*$', name):
            # Provide a smart error message, depending on the error.
            if not'^[_a-zA-Z]', name):
                message = ('make sure the name begins '
                           'with a letter or underscore')
                message = 'use only numbers, letters and underscores'
            raise CommandError("%r is not a valid %s name. Please %s." %
                               (name, app_or_project, message))

        # if some directory is given, make sure it's nicely expanded
        if target is None:
            top_dir = path.join(os.getcwd(), name)
            except OSError, e:
                if e.errno == errno.EEXIST:
                    message = "'%s' already exists" % top_dir
                    message = e
                raise CommandError(message)
            top_dir = path.expanduser(target)

        extensions = tuple(
            handle_extensions(options.get('extensions'), ignored=()))
        if self.verbosity >= 2:
            self.stdout.write("Rendering %s template files with "
                              "extensions: %s\n" %
                              (app_or_project, ', '.join(extensions)))

        base_name = '%s_name' % app_or_project
        base_subdir = '%s_template' % app_or_project
        base_directory = '%s_directory' % app_or_project

        context = Context(dict(options, **{
            base_name: name,
            base_directory: top_dir,

        # Setup a stub settings environment for template rendering
        from django.conf import settings
        if not settings.configured:

        template_dir = self.handle_template(options.get('template'),
        prefix_length = len(template_dir) + 1

        for root, dirs, files in os.walk(template_dir):

            path_rest = root[prefix_length:]
            relative_dir = path_rest.replace(base_name, name)
            if relative_dir:
                target_dir = path.join(top_dir, relative_dir)
                if not path.exists(target_dir):

            for dirname in dirs[:]:
                if dirname.startswith('.'):

            for filename in files:
                if filename.endswith(('.pyo', '.pyc', '.py.class')):
                    # Ignore some files as they cause various breakages.
                old_path = path.join(root, filename)
                new_path = path.join(top_dir, relative_dir,
                                     filename.replace(base_name, name))
                if path.exists(new_path):
                    raise CommandError("%s already exists, overlaying a "
                                       "project or app into an existing "
                                       "directory won't replace conflicting "
                                       "files" % new_path)

                # Only render the Python files, as we don't want to
                # accidentally render Django templates files
                with open(old_path, 'r') as template_file:
                    content =
                if filename.endswith(extensions):
                    template = Template(content)
                    content = template.render(context)
                with open(new_path, 'w') as new_file:

                if self.verbosity >= 2:
                    self.stdout.write("Creating %s\n" % new_path)
                    shutil.copymode(old_path, new_path)
                except OSError:
                    notice =
                        "Notice: Couldn't set permission bits on %s. You're "
                        "probably using an uncommon filesystem setup. No "
                        "problem.\n" % new_path)

        if self.paths_to_remove:
            if self.verbosity >= 2:
                self.stdout.write("Cleaning up temporary files.\n")
            for path_to_remove in self.paths_to_remove:
                if path.isfile(path_to_remove):

    def handle_template(self, template, subdir):
        Determines where the app or project templates are.
        Use django.__path__[0] as the default because we don't
        know into which directory Django has been installed.
        if template is None:
            return path.join(django.__path__[0], 'conf', subdir)
            if template.startswith('file://'):
                template = template[7:]
            expanded_template = path.expanduser(template)
            expanded_template = path.normpath(expanded_template)
            if path.isdir(expanded_template):
                return expanded_template
            if self.is_url(template):
                # downloads the file and returns the path
                absolute_path =
                absolute_path = path.abspath(expanded_template)
            if path.exists(absolute_path):
                return self.extract(absolute_path)

        raise CommandError("couldn't handle %s template %s." %
                           (self.app_or_project, template))

    def download(self, url):
        Downloads the given URL and returns the file name.
        def cleanup_url(url):
            tmp = url.rstrip('/')
            filename = tmp.split('/')[-1]
            if url.endswith('/'):
                display_url  = tmp + '/'
                display_url = url
            return filename, display_url

        prefix = 'django_%s_template_' % self.app_or_project
        tempdir = tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix=prefix, suffix='_download')
        filename, display_url = cleanup_url(url)

        if self.verbosity >= 2:
            self.stdout.write("Downloading %s\n" % display_url)
            the_path, info = urllib.urlretrieve(url,
                                                path.join(tempdir, filename))
        except IOError, e:
            raise CommandError("couldn't download URL %s to %s: %s" %
                               (url, filename, e))

        used_name = the_path.split('/')[-1]

        # Trying to get better name from response headers
        content_disposition = info.get('content-disposition')
        if content_disposition:
            _, params = cgi.parse_header(content_disposition)
            guessed_filename = params.get('filename') or used_name
            guessed_filename = used_name

        # Falling back to content type guessing
        ext = self.splitext(guessed_filename)[1]
        content_type = info.get('content-type')
        if not ext and content_type:
            ext = mimetypes.guess_extension(content_type)
            if ext:
                guessed_filename += ext

        # Move the temporary file to a filename that has better
        # chances of being recognnized by the archive utils
        if used_name != guessed_filename:
            guessed_path = path.join(tempdir, guessed_filename)
            shutil.move(the_path, guessed_path)
            return guessed_path

        # Giving up
        return the_path

    def splitext(self, the_path):
        Like os.path.splitext, but takes off .tar, too
        base, ext = posixpath.splitext(the_path)
        if base.lower().endswith('.tar'):
            ext = base[-4:] + ext
            base = base[:-4]
        return base, ext

    def extract(self, filename):
        Extracts the given file to a temporarily and returns
        the path of the directory with the extracted content.
        prefix = 'django_%s_template_' % self.app_or_project
        tempdir = tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix=prefix, suffix='_extract')
        if self.verbosity >= 2:
            self.stdout.write("Extracting %s\n" % filename)
            archive.extract(filename, tempdir)
            return tempdir
        except (archive.ArchiveException, IOError), e:
            raise CommandError("couldn't extract file %s to %s: %s" %
                               (filename, tempdir, e))

    def is_url(self, template):
        Returns True if the name looks like a URL
        if ':' not in template:
            return False
        scheme = template.split(':', 1)[0].lower()
        return scheme in self.url_schemes

    def make_writeable(self, filename):
        Make sure that the file is writeable.
        Useful if our source is read-only.
        if sys.platform.startswith('java'):
            # On Jython there is no os.access()
        if not os.access(filename, os.W_OK):
            st = os.stat(filename)
            new_permissions = stat.S_IMODE(st.st_mode) | stat.S_IWUSR
            os.chmod(filename, new_permissions)