Source code for requirements_builder.requirements_builder

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# This file is part of Requirements-Builder
# Copyright (C) 2015, 2016, 2017 CERN.
# Requirements-Builder is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the Revised BSD License; see LICENSE
# file for more details.
"""Generate requirements from `` and `requirements-devel.txt`."""

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function

import os
import re
import sys

import mock
import pkg_resources
import setuptools

[docs]def parse_set(string): """Parse set from comma separated string.""" string = string.strip() if string: return set(string.split(",")) else: return set()
[docs]def minver_error(pkg_name): """Report error about missing minimum version constraint and exit.""" print( 'ERROR: specify minimal version of "{0}" using ' '">=" or "=="'.format(pkg_name), file=sys.stderr ) sys.exit(1)
[docs]def parse_pip_file(path): """Parse pip requirements file.""" # requirement lines sorted by importance # also collect other pip commands rdev = {} rnormal = [] stuff = [] try: with open(path) as f: for line in f: line = line.strip() # see if line.startswith('-e'): # devel requirement splitted = line.split('#egg=') rdev[splitted[1].lower()] = line elif line.startswith('-r'): # recursive file command splitted = re.split('-r\\s+', line) subrdev, subrnormal, substuff = parse_pip_file(splitted[1]) for k, v in subrdev.iteritems(): if k not in rdev: rdev[k] = v rnormal.extend(subrnormal) elif line.startswith('-'): # another special command we don't recognize stuff.append(line) else: # ordinary requirement, similarly to them used in rnormal.append(line) except IOError: print( 'Warning: could not parse requirements file "{0}"!', file=sys.stderr ) return rdev, rnormal, stuff
[docs]def iter_requirements(level, extras, pip_file, setup_fp): """Iterate over requirements.""" result = dict() requires = [] stuff = [] if level == 'dev': result, requires, stuff = parse_pip_file(pip_file) with mock.patch.object(setuptools, 'setup') as mock_setup: sys.path.append(os.path.dirname( g = {'__file__':} exec(, g) sys.path.pop() assert g['setup'] # silence warning about unused imports # called arguments are in `mock_setup.call_args` mock_args, mock_kwargs = mock_setup.call_args install_requires = mock_kwargs.get('install_requires', []) install_requires.extend(requires) requires_extras = mock_kwargs.get('extras_require', {}) for e, reqs in requires_extras.items(): # Handle conditions on extras. See pkginfo_to_metadata function # in Wheel for details. condition = '' if ':' in e: e, condition = e.split(':', 1) if not e or e in extras: if condition: reqs = ['{0}; {1}'.format(r, condition) for r in reqs] install_requires.extend(reqs) for pkg in pkg_resources.parse_requirements(install_requires): # skip things we already know # FIXME be smarter about merging things # Evaluate environment markers skip if not applicable if hasattr(pkg, 'marker') and pkg.marker is not None: if not pkg.marker.evaluate(): continue else: # Remove markers from the output pkg.marker = None if pkg.key in result: continue specs = dict(pkg.specs) if (('>=' in specs) and ('>' in specs)) \ or (('<=' in specs) and ('<' in specs)): print( 'ERROR: Do not specify such weird constraints! ' '("{0}")'.format(pkg), file=sys.stderr ) sys.exit(1) if '==' in specs: result[pkg.key] = '{0}=={1}'.format(pkg.project_name, specs['==']) elif '>=' in specs: if level == 'min': result[pkg.key] = '{0}=={1}'.format( pkg.project_name, specs['>='] ) else: result[pkg.key] = pkg elif '>' in specs: if level == 'min': minver_error(pkg.project_name) else: result[pkg.key] = pkg else: if level == 'min': minver_error(pkg.project_name) else: result[pkg.key] = pkg.project_name for s in stuff: yield s for k in sorted(result.keys()): yield str(result[k])