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# Copyright 2018 The Bazel Authors. All rights reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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#
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"""Utils for manipulating external repositories, once fetched.
### Setup
These utility are intended to be used by other repository rules. They
can be loaded as follows.
```python
load(
"@bazel_tools//tools/build_defs/repo:utils.bzl",
"workspace_and_buildfile",
"patch",
"update_attrs",
)
```
"""
def workspace_and_buildfile(ctx):
"""Utility function for writing WORKSPACE and, if requested, a BUILD file.
This rule is inteded to be used in the implementation function of a
repository rule.
It assumes the parameters `name`, `build_file`, `build_file_contents`,
`workspace_file`, and `workspace_file_content` to be
present in `ctx.attr`, the latter four possibly with value None.
Args:
ctx: The repository context of the repository rule calling this utility
function.
"""
if ctx.attr.build_file and ctx.attr.build_file_content:
ctx.fail("Only one of build_file and build_file_content can be provided.")
if ctx.attr.workspace_file and ctx.attr.workspace_file_content:
ctx.fail("Only one of workspace_file and workspace_file_content can be provided.")
if ctx.attr.workspace_file:
ctx.delete("WORKSPACE")
ctx.symlink(ctx.attr.workspace_file, "WORKSPACE")
elif ctx.attr.workspace_file_content:
ctx.file("WORKSPACE", ctx.attr.workspace_file_content)
else:
ctx.file("WORKSPACE", "workspace(name = \"{name}\")\n".format(name = ctx.name))
if ctx.attr.build_file:
ctx.delete("BUILD.bazel")
ctx.symlink(ctx.attr.build_file, "BUILD.bazel")
elif ctx.attr.build_file_content:
ctx.file("BUILD.bazel", ctx.attr.build_file_content)
def _is_windows(ctx):
return ctx.os.name.lower().find("windows") != -1
def _use_native_patch(patch_args):
"""If patch_args only contains -p<NUM> options, we can use the native patch implementation."""
for arg in patch_args:
if not arg.startswith("-p"):
return False
return True
def patch(ctx, patches = None, patch_cmds = None, patch_cmds_win = None, patch_tool = None, patch_args = None):
"""Implementation of patching an already extracted repository.
This rule is inteded to be used in the implementation function of
a repository rule. Ifthe parameters `patches`, `patch_tool`,
`patch_args`, `patch_cmds` and `patch_cmds_win` are not specified
then they are taken from `ctx.attr`.
Args:
ctx: The repository context of the repository rule calling this utility
function.
patches: The patch files to apply. List of strings, Labels, or paths.
patch_cmds: Bash commands to run for patching, passed one at a
time to bash -c. List of strings
patch_cmds_win: Powershell commands to run for patching, passed
one at a time to powershell /c. List of strings. If the
boolean value of this parameter is false, patch_cmds will be
used and this parameter will be ignored.
patch_tool: Path of the patch tool to execute for applying
patches. String.
patch_args: Arguments to pass to the patch tool. List of strings.
"""
bash_exe = ctx.os.environ["BAZEL_SH"] if "BAZEL_SH" in ctx.os.environ else "bash"
powershell_exe = ctx.os.environ["BAZEL_POWERSHELL"] if "BAZEL_POWERSHELL" in ctx.os.environ else "powershell.exe"
if patches == None and hasattr(ctx.attr, "patches"):
patches = ctx.attr.patches
if patches == None:
patches = []
if patch_cmds == None and hasattr(ctx.attr, "patch_cmds"):
patch_cmds = ctx.attr.patch_cmds
if patch_cmds == None:
patch_cmds = []
if patch_cmds_win == None and hasattr(ctx.attr, "patch_cmds_win"):
patch_cmds_win = ctx.attr.patch_cmds_win
if patch_cmds_win == None:
patch_cmds_win = []
if patch_tool == None and hasattr(ctx.attr, "patch_tool"):
patch_tool = ctx.attr.patch_tool
if not patch_tool:
patch_tool = "patch"
native_patch = True
else:
native_patch = False
if patch_args == None and hasattr(ctx.attr, "patch_args"):
patch_args = ctx.attr.patch_args
if patch_args == None:
patch_args = []
if len(patches) > 0 or len(patch_cmds) > 0:
ctx.report_progress("Patching repository")
if native_patch and _use_native_patch(patch_args):
if patch_args:
strip = int(patch_args[-1][2:])
else:
strip = 0
for patchfile in patches:
ctx.patch(patchfile, strip)
else:
for patchfile in patches:
command = "{patchtool} {patch_args} < {patchfile}".format(
patchtool = patch_tool,
patchfile = ctx.path(patchfile),
patch_args = " ".join([
"'%s'" % arg
for arg in patch_args
]),
)
st = ctx.execute([bash_exe, "-c", command])
if st.return_code:
fail("Error applying patch %s:\n%s%s" %
(str(patchfile), st.stderr, st.stdout))
if _is_windows(ctx) and patch_cmds_win:
for cmd in patch_cmds_win:
st = ctx.execute([powershell_exe, "/c", cmd])
if st.return_code:
fail("Error applying patch command %s:\n%s%s" %
(cmd, st.stdout, st.stderr))
else:
for cmd in patch_cmds:
st = ctx.execute([bash_exe, "-c", cmd])
if st.return_code:
fail("Error applying patch command %s:\n%s%s" %
(cmd, st.stdout, st.stderr))
def update_attrs(orig, keys, override):
"""Utility function for altering and adding the specified attributes to a particular repository rule invocation.
This is used to make a rule reproducible.
Args:
orig: dict of actually set attributes (either explicitly or implicitly)
by a particular rule invocation
keys: complete set of attributes defined on this rule
override: dict of attributes to override or add to orig
Returns:
dict of attributes with the keys from override inserted/updated
"""
result = {}
for key in keys:
if getattr(orig, key) != None:
result[key] = getattr(orig, key)
result["name"] = orig.name
result.update(override)
return result
def maybe(repo_rule, name, **kwargs):
"""Utility function for only adding a repository if it's not already present.
This is to implement safe repositories.bzl macro documented in
https://docs.bazel.build/versions/master/skylark/deploying.html#dependencies.
Args:
repo_rule: repository rule function.
name: name of the repository to create.
**kwargs: remaining arguments that are passed to the repo_rule function.
Returns:
Nothing, defines the repository when needed as a side-effect.
"""
if not native.existing_rule(name):
repo_rule(name = name, **kwargs)
def read_netrc(ctx, filename):
"""Utility function to parse at least a basic .netrc file.
Args:
ctx: The repository context of the repository rule calling this utility
function.
filename: the name of the .netrc file to read
Returns:
dict mapping a machine names to a dict with the information provided
about them
"""
contents = ctx.read(filename)
# Parse the file. This is mainly a token-based update of a simple state
# machine, but we need to keep the line structure to correctly determine
# the end of a `macdef` command.
netrc = {}
currentmachinename = None
currentmachine = {}
macdef = None
currentmacro = ""
cmd = None
for line in contents.splitlines():
if line.startswith("#"):
# Comments start with #. Ignore these lines.
continue
elif macdef:
# as we're in a macro, just determine if we reached the end.
if line:
currentmacro += line + "\n"
else:
# reached end of macro, add it
currentmachine[macdef] = currentmacro
macdef = None
currentmacro = ""
else:
# Essentially line.split(None) which starlark does not support.
tokens = [
w.strip()
for w in line.split(" ")
if len(w.strip()) > 0
]
for token in tokens:
if cmd:
# we have a command that expects another argument
if cmd == "machine":
# a new machine definition was provided, so save the
# old one, if present
if not currentmachinename == None:
netrc[currentmachinename] = currentmachine
currentmachine = {}
currentmachinename = token
elif cmd == "macdef":
macdef = "macdef %s" % (token,)
# a new macro definition; the documentation says
# "its contents begin with the next .netrc line [...]",
# so should there really be tokens left in the current
# line, they're not part of the macro.
else:
currentmachine[cmd] = token
cmd = None
elif token in [
"machine",
"login",
"password",
"account",
"macdef",
]:
# command takes one argument
cmd = token
elif token == "default":
# defines the default machine; again, store old machine
if not currentmachinename == None:
netrc[currentmachinename] = currentmachine
# We use the empty string for the default machine, as that
# can never be a valid hostname ("default" could be, in the
# default search domain).
currentmachinename = ""
currentmachine = {}
else:
fail("Unexpected token '%s' while reading %s" %
(token, filename))
if not currentmachinename == None:
netrc[currentmachinename] = currentmachine
return netrc
def use_netrc(netrc, urls):
"""compute an auth dict from a parsed netrc file and a list of URLs
Args:
netrc: a netrc file already parsed to a dict, e.g., as obtained from
read_netrc
urls: a list of URLs.
Returns:
dict suitable as auth argument for ctx.download; more precisely, the dict
will map all URLs where the netrc file provides login and password to a
dict containing the corresponding login and passwored, as well as the
mapping of "type" to "basic"
"""
auth = {}
for url in urls:
schemerest = url.split("://", 1)
if len(schemerest) < 2:
continue
if not (schemerest[0] in ["http", "https"]):
# For other protocols, bazel currently does not support
# authentication. So ignore them.
continue
host = schemerest[1].split("/")[0].split(":")[0]
if not host in netrc:
continue
authforhost = netrc[host]
if "login" in authforhost and "password" in authforhost:
auth[url] = {
"type": "basic",
"login": authforhost["login"],
"password": authforhost["password"],
}
return auth
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