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#!/usr/bin/python
'''Helper script for constructing an archive (zip or tar) from a list of files.
The output format (tar, tgz, zip) is determined from the file name, unless the user specifies
--format on the command line.
This script simplifies the specification of filename transformations, so that, e.g.,
src/mongo/foo.cpp and build/linux2/normal/buildinfo.cpp can get put into the same
directory in the archive, perhaps mongodb-2.0.2/src/mongo.
Usage:
make_archive.py -o <output-file> [--format (tar|tgz|zip)] \
[--transform match1=replacement1 [--transform match2=replacement2 [...]]] \
<input file 1> [...]
If the input file names start with "@", the file is expected to contain a list of
whitespace-separated file names to include in the archive. This helps get around the Windows
command line length limit.
Transformations are processed in command-line order and are short-circuiting. So, if a file matches
match1, it is never compared against match2 or later. Matches are just python startswith()
comparisons.
For a detailed usage example, see src/SConscript.client or src/mongo/SConscript.
'''
import optparse
import os
import sys
def main(argv):
opts = parse_options(argv[1:])
archive = open_archive_for_write(opts.output_filename, opts.archive_format)
try:
for input_filename in opts.input_filenames:
archive.add(input_filename, arcname=get_preferred_filename(input_filename,
opts.transformations))
finally:
archive.close()
def parse_options(args):
parser = optparse.OptionParser()
parser.add_option('-o', dest='output_filename', default=None,
help='Name of the archive to output.', metavar='FILE')
parser.add_option('--format', dest='archive_format', default=None,
choices=('zip', 'tar', 'tgz'),
help='Format of archive to create. '
'If omitted, use the suffix of the output filename to decide.')
parser.add_option('--transform', action='append', dest='transformations', default=[])
(opts, input_filenames) = parser.parse_args(args)
opts.input_filenames = []
for input_filename in input_filenames:
if input_filename.startswith('@'):
opts.input_filenames.extend(open(input_filename[1:], 'r').read().split())
else:
opts.input_filenames.append(input_filename)
if opts.output_filename is None:
parser.error('-o switch is required')
if opts.archive_format is None:
if opts.output_filename.endswith('.zip'):
opts.archive_format = 'zip'
elif opts.output_filename.endswith('tar.gz') or opts.output_filename.endswith('.tgz'):
opts.archive_format = 'tgz'
elif opts.output_filename.endswith('.tar'):
opts.archive_format = 'tar'
else:
parser.error('Could not deduce archive format from output filename "%s"' %
opts.output_filename)
try:
opts.transformations = [
xform.replace(os.path.altsep or os.path.sep, os.path.sep).split('=', 1)
for xform in opts.transformations]
except Exception, e:
parser.error(e)
return opts
def open_archive_for_write(filename, archive_format):
'''Open a tar or zip archive for write, with the given format, and return it.
The type of archive is determined by the "archive_format" parameter, which should be
"tar", "tgz" (for gzipped tar) or "zip".
'''
if archive_format in ('tar', 'tgz'):
import tarfile
mode = 'w'
if archive_format is 'tgz':
mode += '|gz'
return tarfile.open(filename, mode)
if archive_format is 'zip':
import zipfile
# Infuriatingly, Zipfile calls the "add" method "write", but they're otherwise identical,
# for our purposes. WrappedZipFile is a minimal adapter class.
class WrappedZipFile(zipfile.ZipFile):
def add(self, filename, arcname):
return self.write(filename, arcname)
return WrappedZipFile(filename, 'w', zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED)
raise ValueError('Unsupported archive format "%s"' % archive_format)
def get_preferred_filename(input_filename, transformations):
for match, replace in transformations:
if input_filename.startswith(match):
return replace + input_filename[len(match):]
return input_filename
if __name__ == '__main__':
main(sys.argv)
sys.exit(0)
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