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#!/usr/bin/python
import sys, os, re, platform
from os.path import exists, abspath, dirname, join, isdir
try:
# Allow use of setuptools so eggs can be built.
from setuptools import setup, Command
except ImportError:
from distutils.core import setup, Command
from distutils.extension import Extension
from distutils.errors import *
OFFICIAL_BUILD = 9999
def _print(s):
# Python 2/3 compatibility
sys.stdout.write(s + '\n')
class VersionCommand(Command):
description = "prints the pyodbc version, determined from git"
user_options = []
def initialize_options(self):
self.verbose = 0
def finalize_options(self):
pass
def run(self):
version_str, version = get_version()
sys.stdout.write(version_str + '\n')
class TagsCommand(Command):
description = 'runs etags'
user_options = []
def initialize_options(self):
pass
def finalize_options(self):
pass
def run(self):
# Windows versions of etag do not seem to expand wildcards (which Unix shells normally do for Unix utilities),
# so find all of the files ourselves.
files = [ join('src', f) for f in os.listdir('src') if f.endswith(('.h', '.cpp')) ]
cmd = 'etags %s' % ' '.join(files)
return os.system(cmd)
def main():
version_str, version = get_version()
settings = get_compiler_settings(version_str)
files = [ abspath(join('src', f)) for f in os.listdir('src') if f.endswith('.cpp') ]
if exists('MANIFEST'):
os.remove('MANIFEST')
options = {}
if sys.hexversion >= 0x02060000:
options['bdist_wininst'] = {'user_access_control' : 'auto'}
setup (name = "pyodbc",
version = version_str,
description = "DB API Module for ODBC",
long_description = ('A Python DB API 2 module for ODBC. This project provides an up-to-date, '
'convenient interface to ODBC using native data types like datetime and decimal.'),
maintainer = "Michael Kleehammer",
maintainer_email = "michael@kleehammer.com",
ext_modules = [Extension('pyodbc', files, **settings)],
options = options,
classifiers = ['Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable',
'Intended Audience :: Developers',
'Intended Audience :: System Administrators',
'License :: OSI Approved :: MIT License',
'Operating System :: Microsoft :: Windows',
'Operating System :: POSIX',
'Programming Language :: Python',
'Topic :: Database',
],
url = 'http://code.google.com/p/pyodbc',
download_url = 'http://code.google.com/p/pyodbc/downloads/list',
cmdclass = { 'version' : VersionCommand,
'tags' : TagsCommand })
def get_compiler_settings(version_str):
settings = { 'libraries': [],
'define_macros' : [ ('PYODBC_VERSION', version_str) ] }
# This isn't the best or right way to do this, but I don't see how someone is supposed to sanely subclass the build
# command.
for option in ['assert', 'trace', 'leak-check']:
try:
sys.argv.remove('--%s' % option)
settings['define_macros'].append(('PYODBC_%s' % option.replace('-', '_').upper(), 1))
except ValueError:
pass
if os.name == 'nt':
settings['extra_compile_args'] = ['/Wall',
'/wd4668',
'/wd4820',
'/wd4711', # function selected for automatic inline expansion
'/wd4100', # unreferenced formal parameter
'/wd4127', # "conditional expression is constant" testing compilation constants
'/wd4191', # casts to PYCFunction, perhaps the extra parameters should be added
]
settings['libraries'].append('odbc32')
settings['libraries'].append('advapi32')
elif os.environ.get("OS", '').lower().startswith('windows'):
# Windows Cygwin (posix on windows)
# OS name not windows, but still on Windows
settings['libraries'].append('odbc32')
elif sys.platform == 'darwin':
# OS/X now ships with iODBC.
settings['libraries'].append('iodbc')
else:
# Other posix-like: Linux, Solaris, etc.
# Python functions take a lot of 'char *' that really should be const. gcc complains about this *a lot*
settings['extra_compile_args'] = ['-Wno-write-strings']
# What is the proper way to detect iODBC, MyODBC, unixODBC, etc.?
settings['libraries'].append('odbc')
return settings
def add_to_path():
"""
Prepends the build directory to the path so pyodbcconf can be imported without installing it.
"""
# Now run the utility
import imp
library_exts = [ t[0] for t in imp.get_suffixes() if t[-1] == imp.C_EXTENSION ]
library_names = [ 'pyodbcconf%s' % ext for ext in library_exts ]
# Only go into directories that match our version number.
dir_suffix = '-%s.%s' % (sys.version_info[0], sys.version_info[1])
build = join(dirname(abspath(__file__)), 'build')
for top, dirs, files in os.walk(build):
dirs = [ d for d in dirs if d.endswith(dir_suffix) ]
for name in library_names:
if name in files:
sys.path.insert(0, top)
return
raise SystemExit('Did not find pyodbcconf')
def get_version():
"""
Returns the version of the product as (description, [major,minor,micro,beta]).
If the release is official, `beta` will be 9999 (OFFICIAL_BUILD).
1. If in a git repository, use the latest tag (git describe).
2. If in an unzipped source directory (from setup.py sdist),
read the version from the PKG-INFO file.
3. Use 3.0.0.0 and complain a lot.
"""
# My goal is to (1) provide accurate tags for official releases but (2) not have to manage tags for every test
# release.
#
# Official versions are tagged using 3 numbers: major, minor, micro. A build of a tagged version should produce
# the version using just these pieces, such as 2.1.4.
#
# Unofficial versions are "working towards" the next version. So the next unofficial build after 2.1.4 would be a
# beta for 2.1.5. Using 'git describe' we can find out how many changes have been made after 2.1.4 and we'll use
# this count as the beta id (beta1, beta2, etc.)
#
# Since the 4 numbers are put into the Windows DLL, we want to make sure the beta versions sort *before* the
# official, so we set the official build number to 9999, but we don't show it.
name = None # branch/feature name. Should be None for official builds.
numbers = None # The 4 integers that make up the version.
# If this is a source release the version will have already been assigned and be in the PKG-INFO file.
name, numbers = _get_version_pkginfo()
# If not a source release, we should be in a git repository. Look for the latest tag.
if not numbers:
name, numbers = _get_version_git()
if not numbers:
_print('WARNING: Unable to determine version. Using 3.0.0.0')
name, numbers = '3.0.0-unsupported', [3,0,0,0]
return name, numbers
def _get_version_pkginfo():
filename = join(dirname(abspath(__file__)), 'PKG-INFO')
if exists(filename):
re_ver = re.compile(r'^Version: \s+ (\d+)\.(\d+)\.(\d+) (?: -beta(\d+))?', re.VERBOSE)
for line in open(filename):
match = re_ver.search(line)
if match:
name = line.split(':', 1)[1].strip()
numbers = [int(n or 0) for n in match.groups()[:3]]
numbers.append(int(match.group(4) or OFFICIAL_BUILD)) # don't use 0 as a default for build
return name, numbers
return None, None
def _get_version_git():
n, result = getoutput('git describe --tags --match 3.*')
if n:
_print('WARNING: git describe failed with: %s %s' % (n, result))
return None, None
match = re.match(r'(\d+).(\d+).(\d+) (?: -(\d+)-g[0-9a-z]+)?', result, re.VERBOSE)
if not match:
return None, None
numbers = [int(n or OFFICIAL_BUILD) for n in match.groups()]
if numbers[-1] == OFFICIAL_BUILD:
name = '%s.%s.%s' % tuple(numbers[:3])
if numbers[-1] != OFFICIAL_BUILD:
# This is a beta of the next micro release, so increment the micro number to reflect this.
numbers[-2] += 1
name = '%s.%s.%s-beta%02d' % tuple(numbers)
n, result = getoutput('git branch')
branch = re.search(r'\* (\w+)', result).group(1)
if branch != 'master' and not re.match('^v\d+$', branch):
name = branch + '-' + name
return name, numbers
def getoutput(cmd):
pipe = os.popen(cmd, 'r')
text = pipe.read().rstrip('\n')
status = pipe.close() or 0
return status, text
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()
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