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#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
'''
The setup script for salt
'''
from __future__ import absolute_import
# pylint: disable=C0111,E1101,E1103,F0401,W0611,W0201,W0232,R0201,R0902,R0903
# For Python 2.5. A no-op on 2.6 and above.
from __future__ import print_function, with_statement
import os
import sys
import glob
import time
try:
from urllib2 import urlopen
except ImportError:
from urllib.request import urlopen
from datetime import datetime
# pylint: disable=E0611
import distutils.dist
from distutils import log
from distutils.cmd import Command
from distutils.errors import DistutilsArgError
from distutils.command.build import build
from distutils.command.clean import clean
from distutils.command.sdist import sdist
from distutils.command.install_lib import install_lib
# pylint: enable=E0611
try:
import zmq
HAS_ZMQ = True
except ImportError:
HAS_ZMQ = False
# Change to salt source's directory prior to running any command
try:
SETUP_DIRNAME = os.path.dirname(__file__)
except NameError:
# We're most likely being frozen and __file__ triggered this NameError
# Let's work around that
SETUP_DIRNAME = os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0])
if SETUP_DIRNAME != '':
os.chdir(SETUP_DIRNAME)
SETUP_DIRNAME = os.path.abspath(SETUP_DIRNAME)
BOOTSTRAP_SCRIPT_DISTRIBUTED_VERSION = os.environ.get(
# The user can provide a different bootstrap-script version.
# ATTENTION: A tag for that version MUST exist
'BOOTSTRAP_SCRIPT_VERSION',
# If no bootstrap-script version was provided from the environment, let's
# provide the one we define.
'v2014.06.21'
)
# Store a reference to the executing platform
IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM = sys.platform.startswith('win')
# Use setuptools only if the user opts-in by setting the USE_SETUPTOOLS env var
# Or if setuptools was previously imported (which is the case when using
# 'distribute')
# This ensures consistent behavior but allows for advanced usage with
# virtualenv, buildout, and others.
WITH_SETUPTOOLS = False
if 'USE_SETUPTOOLS' in os.environ or 'setuptools' in sys.modules:
try:
from setuptools import setup
from setuptools.command.install import install
from setuptools.command.sdist import sdist
from setuptools.command.egg_info import egg_info
WITH_SETUPTOOLS = True
except ImportError:
WITH_SETUPTOOLS = False
if WITH_SETUPTOOLS is False:
import warnings
# pylint: disable=E0611
from distutils.command.install import install
from distutils.core import setup
# pylint: enable=E0611
warnings.filterwarnings(
'ignore',
'Unknown distribution option: \'(extras_require|tests_require|install_requires|zip_safe)\'',
UserWarning,
'distutils.dist'
)
try:
# Add the esky bdist target if the module is available
# may require additional modules depending on platform
from esky import bdist_esky
# bbfreeze chosen for its tight integration with distutils
import bbfreeze
HAS_ESKY = True
except ImportError:
HAS_ESKY = False
SALT_VERSION = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(SETUP_DIRNAME), 'salt', 'version.py')
SALT_VERSION_HARDCODED = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(SETUP_DIRNAME), 'salt', '_version.py')
SALT_REQS = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(SETUP_DIRNAME), 'requirements', 'base.txt')
SALT_ZEROMQ_REQS = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(SETUP_DIRNAME), 'requirements', 'zeromq.txt')
SALT_CLOUD_REQS = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(SETUP_DIRNAME), 'requirements', 'cloud.txt')
SALT_RAET_REQS = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(SETUP_DIRNAME), 'requirements', 'raet.txt')
# Salt SSH Packaging Detection
PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH_FILE = os.path.join(os.path.abspath(SETUP_DIRNAME), '.salt-ssh-package')
PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH = os.path.isfile(PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH_FILE)
# pylint: disable=W0122
exec(compile(open(SALT_VERSION).read(), SALT_VERSION, 'exec'))
# pylint: enable=W0122
# ----- Helper Functions -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->
def _parse_requirements_file(requirements_file):
parsed_requirements = []
with open(requirements_file) as rfh:
for line in rfh.readlines():
line = line.strip()
if not line or line.startswith(('#', '-r')):
continue
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM and 'libcloud' in line:
continue
parsed_requirements.append(line)
return parsed_requirements
# <---- Helper Functions ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ----- Custom Distutils/Setuptools Commands ------------------------------------------------------------------------>
class WriteSaltVersion(Command):
description = 'Write salt\'s hardcoded version file'
user_options = []
def initialize_options(self):
pass
def finalize_options(self):
pass
def run(self):
if not os.path.exists(SALT_VERSION_HARDCODED):
# Write the version file
if getattr(self.distribution, 'salt_version_hardcoded_path', None) is None:
print('This command is not meant to be called on it\'s own')
exit(1)
# pylint: disable=E0602
open(self.distribution.salt_version_hardcoded_path, 'w').write(
INSTALL_VERSION_TEMPLATE.format(
date=datetime.utcnow(),
full_version_info=__saltstack_version__.full_info
)
)
# pylint: enable=E0602
class WriteSaltSshPackaingFile(Command):
description = 'Write salt\'s ssh packaging file'
user_options = []
def initialize_options(self):
pass
def finalize_options(self):
pass
def run(self):
if not os.path.exists(PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH_FILE):
# Write the salt-ssh packaging file
if getattr(self.distribution, 'salt_ssh_packaging_file', None) is None:
print('This command is not meant to be called on it\'s own')
exit(1)
# pylint: disable=E0602
open(self.distribution.salt_ssh_packaging_file, 'w').write('Packaged for Salt-SSH\n')
# pylint: enable=E0602
class Sdist(sdist):
def make_release_tree(self, base_dir, files):
if self.distribution.ssh_packaging:
self.distribution.salt_ssh_packaging_file = PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH_FILE
self.run_command('write_salt_ssh_packaging_file')
self.filelist.files.append(os.path.basename(PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH_FILE))
sdist.make_release_tree(self, base_dir, files)
# Let's generate salt/_version.py to include in the sdist tarball
self.distribution.running_salt_sdist = True
self.distribution.salt_version_hardcoded_path = os.path.join(
base_dir, 'salt', '_version.py'
)
self.run_command('write_salt_version')
def make_distribution(self):
sdist.make_distribution(self)
if self.distribution.ssh_packaging:
os.unlink(PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH_FILE)
class CloudSdist(Sdist):
user_options = Sdist.user_options + [
('download-bootstrap-script', None,
'Download the latest stable bootstrap-salt.sh script. This '
'can also be triggered by having `DOWNLOAD_BOOTSTRAP_SCRIPT=1` as an '
'environment variable.')
]
boolean_options = Sdist.boolean_options + [
'download-bootstrap-script'
]
def initialize_options(self):
Sdist.initialize_options(self)
self.skip_bootstrap_download = True
self.download_bootstrap_script = False
def finalize_options(self):
Sdist.finalize_options(self)
if 'SKIP_BOOTSTRAP_DOWNLOAD' in os.environ:
log('Please stop using \'SKIP_BOOTSTRAP_DOWNLOAD\' and use '
'\'DOWNLOAD_BOOTSTRAP_SCRIPT\' instead')
if 'DOWNLOAD_BOOTSTRAP_SCRIPT' in os.environ:
download_bootstrap_script = os.environ.get(
'DOWNLOAD_BOOTSTRAP_SCRIPT', '0'
)
self.download_bootstrap_script = download_bootstrap_script == '1'
def run(self):
if self.download_bootstrap_script is True:
# Let's update the bootstrap-script to the version defined to be
# distributed. See BOOTSTRAP_SCRIPT_DISTRIBUTED_VERSION above.
url = (
'https://github.com/saltstack/salt-bootstrap/raw/{0}'
'/bootstrap-salt.sh'.format(
BOOTSTRAP_SCRIPT_DISTRIBUTED_VERSION
)
)
deploy_path = os.path.join(
SETUP_DIRNAME,
'salt',
'cloud',
'deploy',
'bootstrap-salt.sh'
)
log.info(
'Updating bootstrap-salt.sh.'
'\n\tSource: {0}'
'\n\tDestination: {1}'.format(
url,
deploy_path
)
)
try:
import requests
req = requests.get(url)
if req.status_code == 200:
script_contents = req.text.encode(req.encoding)
else:
log.error(
'Failed to update the bootstrap-salt.sh script. HTTP '
'Error code: {0}'.format(
req.status_code
)
)
except ImportError:
req = urlopen(url)
if req.getcode() == 200:
script_contents = req.read()
else:
log.error(
'Failed to update the bootstrap-salt.sh script. HTTP '
'Error code: {0}'.format(
req.getcode()
)
)
try:
with open(deploy_path, 'w') as fp_:
fp_.write(script_contents)
except (OSError, IOError) as err:
log.error(
'Failed to write the updated script: {0}'.format(err)
)
# Let's the rest of the build command
Sdist.run(self)
def write_manifest(self):
# We only need to ship the scripts which are supposed to be installed
dist_scripts = self.distribution.scripts
for script in self.filelist.files[:]:
if not script.startswith('scripts/'):
continue
if script not in dist_scripts:
self.filelist.files.remove(script)
return Sdist.write_manifest(self)
class TestCommand(Command):
description = 'Run tests'
user_options = [
('runtests-opts=', 'R', 'Command line options to pass to runtests.py')
]
def initialize_options(self):
self.runtests_opts = None
def finalize_options(self):
pass
def run(self):
from subprocess import Popen
self.run_command('build')
build_cmd = self.get_finalized_command('build_ext')
runner = os.path.abspath('tests/runtests.py')
test_cmd = sys.executable + ' {0}'.format(runner)
if self.runtests_opts:
test_cmd += ' {0}'.format(self.runtests_opts)
print('running test')
test_process = Popen(
test_cmd, shell=True,
stdout=sys.stdout, stderr=sys.stderr,
cwd=build_cmd.build_lib
)
test_process.communicate()
sys.exit(test_process.returncode)
class Clean(clean):
def run(self):
clean.run(self)
# Let's clean compiled *.py[c,o]
for subdir in ('salt', 'tests', 'doc'):
root = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), subdir)
for dirname, _, _ in os.walk(root):
for to_remove_filename in glob.glob('{0}/*.py[oc]'.format(dirname)):
os.remove(to_remove_filename)
INSTALL_VERSION_TEMPLATE = '''\
# This file was auto-generated by salt's setup on \
{date:%A, %d %B %Y @ %H:%m:%S UTC}.
from salt.version import SaltStackVersion
__saltstack_version__ = SaltStackVersion{full_version_info!r}
'''
INSTALL_SYSPATHS_TEMPLATE = '''\
# This file was auto-generated by salt's setup on \
{date:%A, %d %B %Y @ %H:%m:%S UTC}.
ROOT_DIR = {root_dir!r}
CONFIG_DIR = {config_dir!r}
CACHE_DIR = {cache_dir!r}
SOCK_DIR = {sock_dir!r}
SRV_ROOT_DIR= {srv_root_dir!r}
BASE_FILE_ROOTS_DIR = {base_file_roots_dir!r}
BASE_PILLAR_ROOTS_DIR = {base_pillar_roots_dir!r}
BASE_MASTER_ROOTS_DIR = {base_master_roots_dir!r}
LOGS_DIR = {logs_dir!r}
PIDFILE_DIR = {pidfile_dir!r}
'''
class Build(build):
def run(self):
# Run build.run function
build.run(self)
if getattr(self.distribution, 'running_salt_install', False):
# If our install attribute is present and set to True, we'll go
# ahead and write our install time python modules.
# Write the hardcoded salt version module salt/_version.py
self.run_command('write_salt_version')
# Write the system paths file
system_paths_file_path = os.path.join(
self.build_lib, 'salt', '_syspaths.py'
)
open(system_paths_file_path, 'w').write(
INSTALL_SYSPATHS_TEMPLATE.format(
date=datetime.utcnow(),
root_dir=self.distribution.salt_root_dir,
config_dir=self.distribution.salt_config_dir,
cache_dir=self.distribution.salt_cache_dir,
sock_dir=self.distribution.salt_sock_dir,
srv_root_dir=self.distribution.salt_srv_root_dir,
base_file_roots_dir=self.distribution.salt_base_file_roots_dir,
base_pillar_roots_dir=self.distribution.salt_base_pillar_roots_dir,
base_master_roots_dir=self.distribution.salt_base_master_roots_dir,
logs_dir=self.distribution.salt_logs_dir,
pidfile_dir=self.distribution.salt_pidfile_dir,
)
)
class Install(install):
user_options = install.user_options + [
('salt-root-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured root directory'),
('salt-config-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured configuration directory'),
('salt-cache-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured cache directory'),
('salt-sock-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured socket directory'),
('salt-srv-root-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured service directory'),
('salt-base-file-roots-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured file roots directory'),
('salt-base-pillar-roots-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured pillar roots directory'),
('salt-base-master-roots-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured master roots directory'),
('salt-logs-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured logs directory'),
('salt-pidfile-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured pidfiles directory'),
]
def initialize_options(self):
install.initialize_options(self)
# pylint: disable=undefined-variable
if __saltstack_version__.info >= SaltStackVersion.from_name('Boron'):
# XXX: Remove the Salt Specific Options In Salt Boron. They are now global options
raise DistutilsArgError(
'Developers, please remove the salt paths configuration '
'setting from the setup\'s install command'
)
# pylint: enable=undefined-variable
self.salt_root_dir = None
self.salt_config_dir = None
self.salt_cache_dir = None
self.salt_sock_dir = None
self.salt_srv_root_dir = None
self.salt_base_file_roots_dir = None
self.salt_base_pillar_roots_dir = None
self.salt_base_master_roots_dir = None
self.salt_logs_dir = None
self.salt_pidfile_dir = None
def finalize_options(self):
install.finalize_options(self)
logged_warnings = False
for optname in ('root_dir', 'config_dir', 'cache_dir', 'sock_dir',
'srv_root_dir', 'base_file_roots_dir',
'base_pillar_roots_dir', 'base_master_roots_dir',
'logs_dir', 'pidfile_dir'):
optvalue = getattr(self, 'salt_{0}'.format(optname))
if optvalue is not None:
dist_opt_value = getattr(self.distribution, 'salt_{0}'.format(optname))
logged_warnings = True
log.warn(
'The \'--salt-{0}\' setting is now a global option just pass it '
'right after \'setup.py\'. This install setting will still work '
'until Salt Boron but please migrate to the global setting as '
'soon as possible.'.format(
optname.replace('_', '-')
)
)
if dist_opt_value is not None:
raise DistutilsArgError(
'The \'--salt-{0}\' setting was passed as a global option '
'and as an option to the install command. Please only pass '
'one of them, preferrably the global option since the other '
'is now deprecated and will be removed in Salt Boron.'.format(
optname.replace('_', '-')
)
)
setattr(self.distribution, 'salt_{0}'.format(optname), optvalue)
if logged_warnings is True:
time.sleep(3)
def run(self):
# Let's set the running_salt_install attribute so we can add
# _version.py in the build command
self.distribution.running_salt_install = True
self.distribution.salt_version_hardcoded_path = os.path.join(
self.build_lib, 'salt', '_version.py'
)
# Run install.run
install.run(self)
class InstallLib(install_lib):
def run(self):
executables = [
'salt/templates/git/ssh-id-wrapper',
'salt/templates/lxc/salt_tarball',
]
install_lib.run(self)
# input and outputs match 1-1
inp = self.get_inputs()
out = self.get_outputs()
chmod = []
for idx, inputfile in enumerate(inp):
for executeable in executables:
if inputfile.endswith(executeable):
chmod.append(idx)
for idx in chmod:
filename = out[idx]
os.chmod(filename, 0o755)
# <---- Custom Distutils/Setuptools Commands -------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ----- Custom Distribution Class ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------->
# We use this to override the package name in case --ssh-packaging is passed to
# setup.py or the special .salt-ssh-package is found
class SaltDistribution(distutils.dist.Distribution):
'''
Just so it's completely clear
Under windows, the following scripts should be installed:
* salt-call
* salt-cp
* salt-minion
* salt-unity
When packaged for salt-ssh, the following scripts should be installed:
* salt-call
* salt-run
* salt-ssh
* salt-cloud
Under windows, the following scripts should be omitted from the salt-ssh package:
* salt-cloud
* salt-run
Under *nix, all scripts should be installed
'''
global_options = distutils.dist.Distribution.global_options + [
('ssh-packaging', None, 'Run in SSH packaging mode'),
('salt-transport=', None, 'The transport to prepare salt for. Choices are \'zeromq\' '
'\'raet\' or \'both\'. Defaults to \'zeromq\'', 'zeromq')] + [
# Salt's Paths Configuration Settings
('salt-root-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured root directory'),
('salt-config-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured configuration directory'),
('salt-cache-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured cache directory'),
('salt-sock-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured socket directory'),
('salt-srv-root-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured service directory'),
('salt-base-file-roots-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured file roots directory'),
('salt-base-pillar-roots-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured pillar roots directory'),
('salt-base-master-roots-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured master roots directory'),
('salt-logs-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured logs directory'),
('salt-pidfile-dir=', None,
'Salt\'s pre-configured pidfiles directory'),
]
def __init__(self, attrs=None):
distutils.dist.Distribution.__init__(self, attrs)
self.ssh_packaging = PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH
self.salt_transport = None
# Salt Paths Configuration Settings
self.salt_root_dir = None
self.salt_config_dir = None
self.salt_cache_dir = None
self.salt_sock_dir = None
self.salt_srv_root_dir = None
self.salt_base_file_roots_dir = None
self.salt_base_pillar_roots_dir = None
self.salt_base_master_roots_dir = None
self.salt_logs_dir = None
self.salt_pidfile_dir = None
self.name = 'salt-ssh' if PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH else 'salt'
self.salt_version = __version__ # pylint: disable=undefined-variable
self.description = 'Portable, distributed, remote execution and configuration management system'
self.author = 'Thomas S Hatch'
self.author_email = 'thatch45@gmail.com'
self.url = 'http://saltstack.org'
self.cmdclass.update({'test': TestCommand,
'clean': Clean,
'build': Build,
'sdist': Sdist,
'install': Install,
'write_salt_version': WriteSaltVersion,
'write_salt_ssh_packaging_file': WriteSaltSshPackaingFile})
if not IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
self.cmdclass.update({'sdist': CloudSdist,
'install_lib': InstallLib})
self.license = 'Apache Software License 2.0'
self.packages = self.discover_packages()
self.zip_safe = False
if HAS_ESKY:
self.setup_esky()
self.update_metadata()
def update_metadata(self):
for attrname in dir(self):
if attrname.startswith('__'):
continue
attrvalue = getattr(self, attrname, None)
if attrvalue == 0:
continue
if attrname == 'salt_version':
attrname = 'version'
if hasattr(self.metadata, 'set_{0}'.format(attrname)):
getattr(self.metadata, 'set_{0}'.format(attrname))(attrvalue)
elif hasattr(self.metadata, attrname):
try:
setattr(self.metadata, attrname, attrvalue)
except AttributeError:
pass
def discover_packages(self):
modules = []
for root, _, files in os.walk(os.path.join(SETUP_DIRNAME, 'salt')):
if '__init__.py' not in files:
continue
modules.append(os.path.relpath(root, SETUP_DIRNAME).replace(os.sep, '.'))
return modules
# ----- Static Data -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->
@property
def _property_classifiers(self):
return ['Programming Language :: Python',
'Programming Language :: Cython',
'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.6',
'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.7',
'Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable',
'Environment :: Console',
'Intended Audience :: Developers',
'Intended Audience :: Information Technology',
'Intended Audience :: System Administrators',
'License :: OSI Approved :: Apache Software License',
'Operating System :: POSIX :: Linux',
'Topic :: System :: Clustering',
'Topic :: System :: Distributed Computing']
@property
def _property_dependency_links(self):
return ['https://github.com/saltstack/salt-testing/tarball/develop#egg=SaltTesting']
@property
def _property_tests_require(self):
return ['SaltTesting']
# <---- Static Data ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ----- Dynamic Data -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->
@property
def _property_package_data(self):
package_data = {'salt.templates': ['rh_ip/*.jinja',
'debian_ip/*.jinja',
'virt/*.jinja',
'git/*',
'lxc/*',
]}
if not IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
package_data['salt.cloud'] = ['deploy/*.sh']
if not self.ssh_packaging and not PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH:
package_data['salt.daemons.flo'] = ['*.flo']
return package_data
@property
def _property_data_files(self):
# Data files common to all scenarios
data_files = [
('share/man/man1', ['doc/man/salt-call.1']),
('share/man/man7', ['doc/man/salt.7'])
]
if self.ssh_packaging or PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH:
data_files[0][1].append('doc/man/salt-ssh.1')
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
return data_files
data_files[0][1].extend(['doc/man/salt-run.1',
'doc/man/salt-cloud.1'])
return data_files
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
data_files[0][1].extend(['doc/man/salt-cp.1',
'doc/man/salt-minion.1',
'doc/man/salt-unity.1'])
return data_files
# *nix, so, we need all man pages
data_files[0][1].extend(['doc/man/salt-api.1',
'doc/man/salt-cloud.1',
'doc/man/salt-cp.1',
'doc/man/salt-key.1',
'doc/man/salt-master.1',
'doc/man/salt-minion.1',
'doc/man/salt-run.1',
'doc/man/salt-ssh.1',
'doc/man/salt-syndic.1',
'doc/man/salt-unity.1'])
return data_files
@property
def _property_install_requires(self):
install_requires = _parse_requirements_file(SALT_REQS)
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
install_requires.append('WMI')
if self.salt_transport == 'zeromq':
install_requires += _parse_requirements_file(SALT_ZEROMQ_REQS)
elif self.salt_transport == 'raet':
install_requires += _parse_requirements_file(SALT_RAET_REQS)
return install_requires
@property
def _property_extras_require(self):
if self.ssh_packaging:
return {}
return {'RAET': _parse_requirements_file(SALT_RAET_REQS),
'Cloud': _parse_requirements_file(SALT_CLOUD_REQS)}
@property
def _property_scripts(self):
# Scripts common to all scenarios
scripts = ['scripts/salt-call']
if self.ssh_packaging or PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH:
scripts.append('scripts/salt-ssh')
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
return scripts
scripts.extend(['scripts/salt-cloud', 'scripts/salt-run'])
return scripts
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
scripts.extend(['scripts/salt-cp',
'scripts/salt-minion',
'scripts/salt-unity'])
return scripts
# *nix, so, we need all scripts
scripts.extend(['scripts/salt',
'scripts/salt-api',
'scripts/salt-cloud',
'scripts/salt-cp',
'scripts/salt-key',
'scripts/salt-master',
'scripts/salt-minion',
'scripts/salt-run',
'scripts/salt-ssh',
'scripts/salt-syndic',
'scripts/salt-unity'])
return scripts
@property
def _property_entry_points(self):
# console scripts common to all scenarios
scripts = ['salt-call = salt.scripts:salt_call']
if self.ssh_packaging or PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH:
scripts.append('salt-ssh = salt.scripts:salt_ssh')
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
return {'console_scripts': scripts}
scripts.extend(['salt-cloud = salt.scripts:salt_cloud',
'salt-run = salt.scripts:salt_run'])
return {'console_scripts': scripts}
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
scripts.extend(['salt-cp = salt.scripts:salt_cp',
'salt-minion = salt.scripts:salt_minion',
'salt-unity = salt.scripts:salt_unity'])
return {'console_scripts': scripts}
# *nix, so, we need all scripts
scripts.extend(['salt = salt.scripts:salt_main',
'salt-api = salt.scripts:salt_api',
'salt-cloud = salt.scripts:salt_cloud',
'salt-cp = salt.scripts:salt_cp',
'salt-key = salt.scripts:salt_key',
'salt-master = salt.scripts:salt_master',
'salt-minion = salt.scripts:salt_minion',
'salt-run = salt.scripts:salt_run',
'salt-ssh = salt.scripts:salt_ssh',
'salt-syndic = salt.scripts:salt_syndic',
'salt-unity = salt.scripts:salt_unity'])
return {'console_scripts': scripts}
# <---- Dynamic Data ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ----- Esky Setup ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->
def setup_esky(self):
opt_dict = self.get_option_dict('bdist_esky')
opt_dict['freezer_module'] = ('setup script', 'bbfreeze')
opt_dict['freezer_options'] = ('setup script', {'includes': self.get_esky_freezer_includes()})
@property
def _property_freezer_options(self):
return {'includes': self.get_esky_freezer_includes()}
def get_esky_freezer_includes(self):
# Sometimes the auto module traversal doesn't find everything, so we
# explicitly add it. The auto dependency tracking especially does not work for
# imports occurring in salt.modules, as they are loaded at salt runtime.
# Specifying includes that don't exist doesn't appear to cause a freezing
# error.
freezer_includes = [
'zmq.core.*',
'zmq.utils.*',
'ast',
'csv',
'difflib',
'distutils',
'distutils.version',
'numbers',
'json',
'M2Crypto',
'Cookie',
'asyncore',
'fileinput',
'sqlite3',
'email',
'email.mime.*',
'requests',
'sqlite3',
]
if HAS_ZMQ and hasattr(zmq, 'pyzmq_version_info'):
if HAS_ZMQ and zmq.pyzmq_version_info() >= (0, 14):
# We're freezing, and when freezing ZMQ needs to be installed, so this
# works fine
if 'zmq.core.*' in freezer_includes:
# For PyZMQ >= 0.14, freezing does not need 'zmq.core.*'
freezer_includes.remove('zmq.core.*')
if IS_WINDOWS_PLATFORM:
freezer_includes.extend([
'imp',
'win32api',
'win32file',
'win32con',
'win32com',
'win32net',
'win32netcon',
'win32gui',
'win32security',
'ntsecuritycon',
'pywintypes',
'pythoncom',
'_winreg',
'wmi',
'site',
'psutil',
])
elif sys.platform.startswith('linux'):
freezer_includes.append('spwd')
try:
import yum # pylint: disable=unused-variable
freezer_includes.append('yum')
except ImportError:
pass
elif sys.platform.startswith('sunos'):
# (The sledgehammer approach)
# Just try to include everything
# (This may be a better way to generate freezer_includes generally)
try:
from bbfreeze.modulegraph.modulegraph import ModuleGraph
mgraph = ModuleGraph(sys.path[:])
for arg in glob.glob('salt/modules/*.py'):
mgraph.run_script(arg)
for mod in mgraph.flatten():
if type(mod).__name__ != 'Script' and mod.filename:
freezer_includes.append(str(os.path.basename(mod.identifier)))
except ImportError:
pass
# Include C extension that convinces esky to package up the libsodium C library
# This is needed for ctypes to find it in libnacl which is in turn needed for raet
# see pkg/smartos/esky/sodium_grabber{.c,_installer.py}
freezer_includes.extend([
'sodium_grabber',
'ioflo',
'raet',
'libnacl',
])
return freezer_includes
# <---- Esky Setup -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ----- Overridden Methods -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->
def parse_command_line(self):
args = distutils.dist.Distribution.parse_command_line(self)
# Setup our property functions after class initialization and
# after parsing the command line since most are set to None
for funcname in dir(self):
if not funcname.startswith('_property_'):
continue
property_name = funcname.split('_property_', 1)[-1]
setattr(self, property_name, getattr(self, funcname))
if not self.ssh_packaging and PACKAGED_FOR_SALT_SSH:
self.ssh_packaging = 1
if self.ssh_packaging:
self.metadata.name = 'salt-ssh'
self.salt_transport = 'ssh'
elif self.salt_transport is None:
self.salt_transport = 'zeromq'
if self.salt_transport not in ('zeromq', 'raet', 'both', 'ssh', 'none'):
raise DistutilsArgError(
'The value of --salt-transport needs be \'zeromq\', '
'\'raet\', \'both\', \'ssh\' or \'none\' not {0!r}'.format(
self.salt_transport
)
)
return args
# <---- Overridden Methods ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# <---- Custom Distribution Class ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
if __name__ == '__main__':
setup(distclass=SaltDistribution)
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