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# frozen_string_literal: true
#--
# Copyright 2006 by Chad Fowler, Rich Kilmer, Jim Weirich and others.
# All rights reserved.
# See LICENSE.txt for permissions.
#++
require 'rubygems/user_interaction'
require 'rbconfig'
##
# Gem::ConfigFile RubyGems options and gem command options from gemrc.
#
# gemrc is a YAML file that uses strings to match gem command arguments and
# symbols to match RubyGems options.
#
# Gem command arguments use a String key that matches the command name and
# allow you to specify default arguments:
#
# install: --no-rdoc --no-ri
# update: --no-rdoc --no-ri
#
# You can use <tt>gem:</tt> to set default arguments for all commands.
#
# RubyGems options use symbol keys. Valid options are:
#
# +:backtrace+:: See #backtrace
# +:sources+:: Sets Gem::sources
# +:verbose+:: See #verbose
#
# gemrc files may exist in various locations and are read and merged in
# the following order:
#
# - system wide (/etc/gemrc)
# - per user (~/.gemrc)
# - per environment (gemrc files listed in the GEMRC environment variable)
class Gem::ConfigFile
include Gem::UserInteraction
DEFAULT_BACKTRACE = false
DEFAULT_BULK_THRESHOLD = 1000
DEFAULT_VERBOSITY = true
DEFAULT_UPDATE_SOURCES = true
##
# For Ruby packagers to set configuration defaults. Set in
# rubygems/defaults/operating_system.rb
OPERATING_SYSTEM_DEFAULTS = {}
##
# For Ruby implementers to set configuration defaults. Set in
# rubygems/defaults/#{RUBY_ENGINE}.rb
PLATFORM_DEFAULTS = Gem.platform_defaults
# :stopdoc:
SYSTEM_CONFIG_PATH =
begin
require "etc"
Etc.sysconfdir
rescue LoadError, NoMethodError
begin
# TODO: remove after we drop 1.8.7 and 1.9.1
require 'Win32API'
CSIDL_COMMON_APPDATA = 0x0023
path = 0.chr * 260
if RUBY_VERSION > '1.9' then
SHGetFolderPath = Win32API.new 'shell32', 'SHGetFolderPath', 'PLPLP',
'L', :stdcall
SHGetFolderPath.call nil, CSIDL_COMMON_APPDATA, nil, 1, path
else
SHGetFolderPath = Win32API.new 'shell32', 'SHGetFolderPath', 'LLLLP',
'L'
SHGetFolderPath.call 0, CSIDL_COMMON_APPDATA, 0, 1, path
end
path.strip
rescue LoadError
RbConfig::CONFIG["sysconfdir"] || "/etc"
end
end
# :startdoc:
SYSTEM_WIDE_CONFIG_FILE = File.join SYSTEM_CONFIG_PATH, 'gemrc'
##
# List of arguments supplied to the config file object.
attr_reader :args
##
# Where to look for gems (deprecated)
attr_accessor :path
##
# Where to install gems (deprecated)
attr_accessor :home
##
# True if we print backtraces on errors.
attr_writer :backtrace
##
# Bulk threshold value. If the number of missing gems are above this
# threshold value, then a bulk download technique is used. (deprecated)
attr_accessor :bulk_threshold
##
# Verbose level of output:
# * false -- No output
# * true -- Normal output
# * :loud -- Extra output
attr_accessor :verbose
##
# True if we want to update the SourceInfoCache every time, false otherwise
attr_accessor :update_sources
##
# True if we want to force specification of gem server when pushing a gem
attr_accessor :disable_default_gem_server
# openssl verify mode value, used for remote https connection
attr_reader :ssl_verify_mode
##
# Path name of directory or file of openssl CA certificate, used for remote
# https connection
attr_accessor :ssl_ca_cert
##
# sources to look for gems
attr_accessor :sources
##
# Path name of directory or file of openssl client certificate, used for remote https connection with client authentication
attr_reader :ssl_client_cert
##
# Create the config file object. +args+ is the list of arguments
# from the command line.
#
# The following command line options are handled early here rather
# than later at the time most command options are processed.
#
# <tt>--config-file</tt>, <tt>--config-file==NAME</tt>::
# Obviously these need to be handled by the ConfigFile object to ensure we
# get the right config file.
#
# <tt>--backtrace</tt>::
# Backtrace needs to be turned on early so that errors before normal
# option parsing can be properly handled.
#
# <tt>--debug</tt>::
# Enable Ruby level debug messages. Handled early for the same reason as
# --backtrace.
#--
# TODO: parse options upstream, pass in options directly
def initialize(args)
@config_file_name = nil
need_config_file_name = false
arg_list = []
args.each do |arg|
if need_config_file_name then
@config_file_name = arg
need_config_file_name = false
elsif arg =~ /^--config-file=(.*)/ then
@config_file_name = $1
elsif arg =~ /^--config-file$/ then
need_config_file_name = true
else
arg_list << arg
end
end
@backtrace = DEFAULT_BACKTRACE
@bulk_threshold = DEFAULT_BULK_THRESHOLD
@verbose = DEFAULT_VERBOSITY
@update_sources = DEFAULT_UPDATE_SOURCES
operating_system_config = Marshal.load Marshal.dump(OPERATING_SYSTEM_DEFAULTS)
platform_config = Marshal.load Marshal.dump(PLATFORM_DEFAULTS)
system_config = load_file SYSTEM_WIDE_CONFIG_FILE
user_config = load_file config_file_name.dup.untaint
environment_config = (ENV['GEMRC'] || '').split(/[:;]/).inject({}) do |result, file|
result.merge load_file file
end
@hash = operating_system_config.merge platform_config
unless arg_list.index '--norc'
@hash = @hash.merge system_config
@hash = @hash.merge user_config
@hash = @hash.merge environment_config
end
# HACK these override command-line args, which is bad
@backtrace = @hash[:backtrace] if @hash.key? :backtrace
@bulk_threshold = @hash[:bulk_threshold] if @hash.key? :bulk_threshold
@home = @hash[:gemhome] if @hash.key? :gemhome
@path = @hash[:gempath] if @hash.key? :gempath
@update_sources = @hash[:update_sources] if @hash.key? :update_sources
@verbose = @hash[:verbose] if @hash.key? :verbose
@disable_default_gem_server = @hash[:disable_default_gem_server] if @hash.key? :disable_default_gem_server
@sources = @hash[:sources] if @hash.key? :sources
@ssl_verify_mode = @hash[:ssl_verify_mode] if @hash.key? :ssl_verify_mode
@ssl_ca_cert = @hash[:ssl_ca_cert] if @hash.key? :ssl_ca_cert
@ssl_client_cert = @hash[:ssl_client_cert] if @hash.key? :ssl_client_cert
@api_keys = nil
@rubygems_api_key = nil
handle_arguments arg_list
end
##
# Hash of RubyGems.org and alternate API keys
def api_keys
load_api_keys unless @api_keys
@api_keys
end
##
# Checks the permissions of the credentials file. If they are not 0600 an
# error message is displayed and RubyGems aborts.
def check_credentials_permissions
return if Gem.win_platform? # windows doesn't write 0600 as 0600
return unless File.exist? credentials_path
existing_permissions = File.stat(credentials_path).mode & 0777
return if existing_permissions == 0600
alert_error <<-ERROR
Your gem push credentials file located at:
\t#{credentials_path}
has file permissions of 0#{existing_permissions.to_s 8} but 0600 is required.
To fix this error run:
\tchmod 0600 #{credentials_path}
You should reset your credentials at:
\thttps://rubygems.org/profile/edit
if you believe they were disclosed to a third party.
ERROR
terminate_interaction 1
end
##
# Location of RubyGems.org credentials
def credentials_path
File.join Gem.user_home, '.gem', 'credentials'
end
def load_api_keys
check_credentials_permissions
@api_keys = if File.exist? credentials_path then
load_file(credentials_path)
else
@hash
end
if @api_keys.key? :rubygems_api_key then
@rubygems_api_key = @api_keys[:rubygems_api_key]
@api_keys[:rubygems] = @api_keys.delete :rubygems_api_key unless
@api_keys.key? :rubygems
end
end
##
# Returns the RubyGems.org API key
def rubygems_api_key
load_api_keys unless @rubygems_api_key
@rubygems_api_key
end
##
# Sets the RubyGems.org API key to +api_key+
def rubygems_api_key= api_key
set_api_key :rubygems_api_key, api_key
@rubygems_api_key = api_key
end
##
# Set a specific host's API key to +api_key+
def set_api_key host, api_key
check_credentials_permissions
config = load_file(credentials_path).merge(host => api_key)
dirname = File.dirname credentials_path
Dir.mkdir(dirname) unless File.exist? dirname
Gem.load_yaml
permissions = 0600 & (~File.umask)
File.open(credentials_path, 'w', permissions) do |f|
f.write config.to_yaml
end
load_api_keys # reload
end
##
# Remove the +~/.gem/credentials+ file to clear all the current sessions.
def unset_api_key!
return false unless File.exist?(credentials_path)
File.delete(credentials_path)
end
def load_file(filename)
Gem.load_yaml
yaml_errors = [ArgumentError]
yaml_errors << Psych::SyntaxError if defined?(Psych::SyntaxError)
return {} unless filename and File.exist? filename
begin
content = YAML.load(File.read(filename))
unless content.kind_of? Hash
warn "Failed to load #{filename} because it doesn't contain valid YAML hash"
return {}
end
return content
rescue *yaml_errors => e
warn "Failed to load #{filename}, #{e}"
rescue Errno::EACCES
warn "Failed to load #{filename} due to permissions problem."
end
{}
end
# True if the backtrace option has been specified, or debug is on.
def backtrace
@backtrace or $DEBUG
end
# The name of the configuration file.
def config_file_name
@config_file_name || Gem.config_file
end
# Delegates to @hash
def each(&block)
hash = @hash.dup
hash.delete :update_sources
hash.delete :verbose
hash.delete :backtrace
hash.delete :bulk_threshold
yield :update_sources, @update_sources
yield :verbose, @verbose
yield :backtrace, @backtrace
yield :bulk_threshold, @bulk_threshold
yield 'config_file_name', @config_file_name if @config_file_name
hash.each(&block)
end
# Handle the command arguments.
def handle_arguments(arg_list)
@args = []
arg_list.each do |arg|
case arg
when /^--(backtrace|traceback)$/ then
@backtrace = true
when /^--debug$/ then
$DEBUG = true
warn 'NOTE: Debugging mode prints all exceptions even when rescued'
else
@args << arg
end
end
end
# Really verbose mode gives you extra output.
def really_verbose
case verbose
when true, false, nil then
false
else
true
end
end
# to_yaml only overwrites things you can't override on the command line.
def to_yaml # :nodoc:
yaml_hash = {}
yaml_hash[:backtrace] = @hash.fetch(:backtrace, DEFAULT_BACKTRACE)
yaml_hash[:bulk_threshold] = @hash.fetch(:bulk_threshold, DEFAULT_BULK_THRESHOLD)
yaml_hash[:sources] = Gem.sources.to_a
yaml_hash[:update_sources] = @hash.fetch(:update_sources, DEFAULT_UPDATE_SOURCES)
yaml_hash[:verbose] = @hash.fetch(:verbose, DEFAULT_VERBOSITY)
yaml_hash[:ssl_verify_mode] =
@hash[:ssl_verify_mode] if @hash.key? :ssl_verify_mode
yaml_hash[:ssl_ca_cert] =
@hash[:ssl_ca_cert] if @hash.key? :ssl_ca_cert
yaml_hash[:ssl_client_cert] =
@hash[:ssl_client_cert] if @hash.key? :ssl_client_cert
keys = yaml_hash.keys.map { |key| key.to_s }
keys << 'debug'
re = Regexp.union(*keys)
@hash.each do |key, value|
key = key.to_s
next if key =~ re
yaml_hash[key.to_s] = value
end
yaml_hash.to_yaml
end
# Writes out this config file, replacing its source.
def write
open config_file_name, 'w' do |io|
io.write to_yaml
end
end
# Return the configuration information for +key+.
def [](key)
@hash[key.to_s]
end
# Set configuration option +key+ to +value+.
def []=(key, value)
@hash[key.to_s] = value
end
def ==(other) # :nodoc:
self.class === other and
@backtrace == other.backtrace and
@bulk_threshold == other.bulk_threshold and
@verbose == other.verbose and
@update_sources == other.update_sources and
@hash == other.hash
end
attr_reader :hash
protected :hash
end