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authorPaul Eggleton <paul.eggleton@linux.intel.com>2014-12-19 11:41:50 +0000
committerRichard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>2014-12-21 12:37:19 +0000
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lib/oe: add recipeutils module
Add a module to help provide utility functions for dealing with recipes. This would typically be used by external tools. Substantial portions of this module were borrowed from the OE Layer index code; other functions originally contributed by Markus Lehtonen <markus.lehtonen@intel.com>. Signed-off-by: Paul Eggleton <paul.eggleton@linux.intel.com> Signed-off-by: Richard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>
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+# Utility functions for reading and modifying recipes
+#
+# Some code borrowed from the OE layer index
+#
+# Copyright (C) 2013-2014 Intel Corporation
+#
+
+import sys
+import os
+import os.path
+import tempfile
+import textwrap
+import difflib
+import utils
+import shutil
+import re
+from collections import OrderedDict, defaultdict
+
+
+# Help us to find places to insert values
+recipe_progression = ['SUMMARY', 'DESCRIPTION', 'HOMEPAGE', 'BUGTRACKER', 'SECTION', 'LICENSE', 'LIC_FILES_CHKSUM', 'PROVIDES', 'DEPENDS', 'PR', 'PV', 'SRC_URI', 'do_fetch', 'do_unpack', 'do_patch', 'EXTRA_OECONF', 'do_configure', 'EXTRA_OEMAKE', 'do_compile', 'do_install', 'do_populate_sysroot', 'INITSCRIPT', 'USERADD', 'GROUPADD', 'PACKAGES', 'FILES', 'RDEPENDS', 'RRECOMMENDS', 'RSUGGESTS', 'RPROVIDES', 'RREPLACES', 'RCONFLICTS', 'ALLOW_EMPTY', 'do_package', 'do_deploy']
+# Variables that sometimes are a bit long but shouldn't be wrapped
+nowrap_vars = ['SUMMARY', 'HOMEPAGE', 'BUGTRACKER']
+list_vars = ['SRC_URI', 'LIC_FILES_CHKSUM']
+meta_vars = ['SUMMARY', 'DESCRIPTION', 'HOMEPAGE', 'BUGTRACKER', 'SECTION']
+
+
+def pn_to_recipe(cooker, pn):
+ """Convert a recipe name (PN) to the path to the recipe file"""
+ import bb.providers
+
+ if pn in cooker.recipecache.pkg_pn:
+ filenames = cooker.recipecache.pkg_pn[pn]
+ best = bb.providers.findBestProvider(pn, cooker.data, cooker.recipecache, cooker.recipecache.pkg_pn)
+ return best[3]
+ else:
+ return None
+
+
+def get_unavailable_reasons(cooker, pn):
+ """If a recipe could not be found, find out why if possible"""
+ import bb.taskdata
+ taskdata = bb.taskdata.TaskData(None, skiplist=cooker.skiplist)
+ return taskdata.get_reasons(pn)
+
+
+def parse_recipe(fn, d):
+ """Parse an individual recipe"""
+ import bb.cache
+ envdata = bb.cache.Cache.loadDataFull(fn, [], d)
+ return envdata
+
+
+def get_var_files(fn, varlist, d):
+ """Find the file in which each of a list of variables is set.
+ Note: requires variable history to be enabled when parsing.
+ """
+ envdata = parse_recipe(fn, d)
+ varfiles = {}
+ for v in varlist:
+ history = envdata.varhistory.variable(v)
+ files = []
+ for event in history:
+ if 'file' in event and not 'flag' in event:
+ files.append(event['file'])
+ if files:
+ actualfile = files[-1]
+ else:
+ actualfile = None
+ varfiles[v] = actualfile
+
+ return varfiles
+
+
+def patch_recipe_file(fn, values, patch=False, relpath=''):
+ """Update or insert variable values into a recipe file (assuming you
+ have already identified the exact file you want to update.)
+ Note that some manual inspection/intervention may be required
+ since this cannot handle all situations.
+ """
+ remainingnames = {}
+ for k in values.keys():
+ remainingnames[k] = recipe_progression.index(k) if k in recipe_progression else -1
+ remainingnames = OrderedDict(sorted(remainingnames.iteritems(), key=lambda x: x[1]))
+
+ with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile('w', delete=False) as tf:
+ def outputvalue(name):
+ rawtext = '%s = "%s"\n' % (name, values[name])
+ if name in nowrap_vars:
+ tf.write(rawtext)
+ elif name in list_vars:
+ splitvalue = values[name].split()
+ if len(splitvalue) > 1:
+ linesplit = ' \\\n' + (' ' * (len(name) + 4))
+ tf.write('%s = "%s%s"\n' % (name, linesplit.join(splitvalue), linesplit))
+ else:
+ tf.write(rawtext)
+ else:
+ wrapped = textwrap.wrap(rawtext)
+ for wrapline in wrapped[:-1]:
+ tf.write('%s \\\n' % wrapline)
+ tf.write('%s\n' % wrapped[-1])
+
+ tfn = tf.name
+ with open(fn, 'r') as f:
+ # First runthrough - find existing names (so we know not to insert based on recipe_progression)
+ # Second runthrough - make the changes
+ existingnames = []
+ for runthrough in [1, 2]:
+ currname = None
+ for line in f:
+ if not currname:
+ insert = False
+ for k in remainingnames.keys():
+ for p in recipe_progression:
+ if re.match('^%s[ ?:=]' % p, line):
+ if remainingnames[k] > -1 and recipe_progression.index(p) > remainingnames[k] and runthrough > 1 and not k in existingnames:
+ outputvalue(k)
+ del remainingnames[k]
+ break
+ for k in remainingnames.keys():
+ if re.match('^%s[ ?:=]' % k, line):
+ currname = k
+ if runthrough == 1:
+ existingnames.append(k)
+ else:
+ del remainingnames[k]
+ break
+ if currname and runthrough > 1:
+ outputvalue(currname)
+
+ if currname:
+ sline = line.rstrip()
+ if not sline.endswith('\\'):
+ currname = None
+ continue
+ if runthrough > 1:
+ tf.write(line)
+ f.seek(0)
+ if remainingnames:
+ tf.write('\n')
+ for k in remainingnames.keys():
+ outputvalue(k)
+
+ with open(tfn, 'U') as f:
+ tolines = f.readlines()
+ if patch:
+ with open(fn, 'U') as f:
+ fromlines = f.readlines()
+ relfn = os.path.relpath(fn, relpath)
+ diff = difflib.unified_diff(fromlines, tolines, 'a/%s' % relfn, 'b/%s' % relfn)
+ os.remove(tfn)
+ return diff
+ else:
+ with open(fn, 'w') as f:
+ f.writelines(tolines)
+ os.remove(tfn)
+ return None
+
+def localise_file_vars(fn, varfiles, varlist):
+ """Given a list of variables and variable history (fetched with get_var_files())
+ find where each variable should be set/changed. This handles for example where a
+ recipe includes an inc file where variables might be changed - in most cases
+ we want to update the inc file when changing the variable value rather than adding
+ it to the recipe itself.
+ """
+ fndir = os.path.dirname(fn) + os.sep
+
+ first_meta_file = None
+ for v in meta_vars:
+ f = varfiles.get(v, None)
+ if f:
+ actualdir = os.path.dirname(f) + os.sep
+ if actualdir.startswith(fndir):
+ first_meta_file = f
+ break
+
+ filevars = defaultdict(list)
+ for v in varlist:
+ f = varfiles[v]
+ # Only return files that are in the same directory as the recipe or in some directory below there
+ # (this excludes bbclass files and common inc files that wouldn't be appropriate to set the variable
+ # in if we were going to set a value specific to this recipe)
+ if f:
+ actualfile = f
+ else:
+ # Variable isn't in a file, if it's one of the "meta" vars, use the first file with a meta var in it
+ if first_meta_file:
+ actualfile = first_meta_file
+ else:
+ actualfile = fn
+
+ actualdir = os.path.dirname(actualfile) + os.sep
+ if not actualdir.startswith(fndir):
+ actualfile = fn
+ filevars[actualfile].append(v)
+
+ return filevars
+
+def patch_recipe(d, fn, varvalues, patch=False, relpath=''):
+ """Modify a list of variable values in the specified recipe. Handles inc files if
+ used by the recipe.
+ """
+ varlist = varvalues.keys()
+ varfiles = get_var_files(fn, varlist, d)
+ locs = localise_file_vars(fn, varfiles, varlist)
+ patches = []
+ for f,v in locs.iteritems():
+ vals = {k: varvalues[k] for k in v}
+ patchdata = patch_recipe_file(f, vals, patch, relpath)
+ if patch:
+ patches.append(patchdata)
+
+ if patch:
+ return patches
+ else:
+ return None
+
+
+
+def copy_recipe_files(d, tgt_dir, whole_dir=False, download=True):
+ """Copy (local) recipe files, including both files included via include/require,
+ and files referred to in the SRC_URI variable."""
+ import bb.fetch2
+ import oe.path
+
+ # FIXME need a warning if the unexpanded SRC_URI value contains variable references
+
+ uris = (d.getVar('SRC_URI', True) or "").split()
+ fetch = bb.fetch2.Fetch(uris, d)
+ if download:
+ fetch.download()
+
+ # Copy local files to target directory and gather any remote files
+ bb_dir = os.path.dirname(d.getVar('FILE', True)) + os.sep
+ remotes = []
+ includes = [path for path in d.getVar('BBINCLUDED', True).split() if
+ path.startswith(bb_dir) and os.path.exists(path)]
+ for path in fetch.localpaths() + includes:
+ # Only import files that are under the meta directory
+ if path.startswith(bb_dir):
+ if not whole_dir:
+ relpath = os.path.relpath(path, bb_dir)
+ subdir = os.path.join(tgt_dir, os.path.dirname(relpath))
+ if not os.path.exists(subdir):
+ os.makedirs(subdir)
+ shutil.copy2(path, os.path.join(tgt_dir, relpath))
+ else:
+ remotes.append(path)
+ # Simply copy whole meta dir, if requested
+ if whole_dir:
+ shutil.copytree(bb_dir, tgt_dir)
+
+ return remotes
+
+
+def get_recipe_patches(d):
+ """Get a list of the patches included in SRC_URI within a recipe."""
+ patchfiles = []
+ # Execute src_patches() defined in patch.bbclass - this works since that class
+ # is inherited globally
+ patches = bb.utils.exec_flat_python_func('src_patches', d)
+ for patch in patches:
+ _, _, local, _, _, parm = bb.fetch.decodeurl(patch)
+ patchfiles.append(local)
+ return patchfiles
+
+
+def validate_pn(pn):
+ """Perform validation on a recipe name (PN) for a new recipe."""
+ reserved_names = ['forcevariable', 'append', 'prepend', 'remove']
+ if not re.match('[0-9a-z-]+', pn):
+ return 'Recipe name "%s" is invalid: only characters 0-9, a-z and - are allowed' % pn
+ elif pn in reserved_names:
+ return 'Recipe name "%s" is invalid: is a reserved keyword' % pn
+ elif pn.startswith('pn-'):
+ return 'Recipe name "%s" is invalid: names starting with "pn-" are reserved' % pn
+ return ''
+