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import os
import sys
import tempfile
import operator
import functools
import itertools
import re
import contextlib
import pickle
import textwrap
from setuptools.extern import six
from setuptools.extern.six.moves import builtins, map
import pkg_resources.py31compat
if sys.platform.startswith('java'):
import org.python.modules.posix.PosixModule as _os
else:
_os = sys.modules[os.name]
try:
_file = file
except NameError:
_file = None
_open = open
from distutils.errors import DistutilsError
from pkg_resources import working_set
__all__ = [
"AbstractSandbox", "DirectorySandbox", "SandboxViolation", "run_setup",
]
def _execfile(filename, globals, locals=None):
"""
Python 3 implementation of execfile.
"""
mode = 'rb'
with open(filename, mode) as stream:
script = stream.read()
# compile() function in Python 2.6 and 3.1 requires LF line endings.
if sys.version_info[:2] < (2, 7) or sys.version_info[:2] >= (3, 0) and sys.version_info[:2] < (3, 2):
script = script.replace(b'\r\n', b'\n')
script = script.replace(b'\r', b'\n')
if locals is None:
locals = globals
code = compile(script, filename, 'exec')
exec(code, globals, locals)
@contextlib.contextmanager
def save_argv(repl=None):
saved = sys.argv[:]
if repl is not None:
sys.argv[:] = repl
try:
yield saved
finally:
sys.argv[:] = saved
@contextlib.contextmanager
def save_path():
saved = sys.path[:]
try:
yield saved
finally:
sys.path[:] = saved
@contextlib.contextmanager
def override_temp(replacement):
"""
Monkey-patch tempfile.tempdir with replacement, ensuring it exists
"""
pkg_resources.py31compat.makedirs(replacement, exist_ok=True)
saved = tempfile.tempdir
tempfile.tempdir = replacement
try:
yield
finally:
tempfile.tempdir = saved
@contextlib.contextmanager
def pushd(target):
saved = os.getcwd()
os.chdir(target)
try:
yield saved
finally:
os.chdir(saved)
class UnpickleableException(Exception):
"""
An exception representing another Exception that could not be pickled.
"""
@staticmethod
def dump(type, exc):
"""
Always return a dumped (pickled) type and exc. If exc can't be pickled,
wrap it in UnpickleableException first.
"""
try:
return pickle.dumps(type), pickle.dumps(exc)
except Exception:
# get UnpickleableException inside the sandbox
from setuptools.sandbox import UnpickleableException as cls
return cls.dump(cls, cls(repr(exc)))
class ExceptionSaver:
"""
A Context Manager that will save an exception, serialized, and restore it
later.
"""
def __enter__(self):
return self
def __exit__(self, type, exc, tb):
if not exc:
return
# dump the exception
self._saved = UnpickleableException.dump(type, exc)
self._tb = tb
# suppress the exception
return True
def resume(self):
"restore and re-raise any exception"
if '_saved' not in vars(self):
return
type, exc = map(pickle.loads, self._saved)
six.reraise(type, exc, self._tb)
@contextlib.contextmanager
def save_modules():
"""
Context in which imported modules are saved.
Translates exceptions internal to the context into the equivalent exception
outside the context.
"""
saved = sys.modules.copy()
with ExceptionSaver() as saved_exc:
yield saved
sys.modules.update(saved)
# remove any modules imported since
del_modules = (
mod_name for mod_name in sys.modules
if mod_name not in saved
# exclude any encodings modules. See #285
and not mod_name.startswith('encodings.')
)
_clear_modules(del_modules)
saved_exc.resume()
def _clear_modules(module_names):
for mod_name in list(module_names):
del sys.modules[mod_name]
@contextlib.contextmanager
def save_pkg_resources_state():
saved = pkg_resources.__getstate__()
try:
yield saved
finally:
pkg_resources.__setstate__(saved)
@contextlib.contextmanager
def setup_context(setup_dir):
temp_dir = os.path.join(setup_dir, 'temp')
with save_pkg_resources_state():
with save_modules():
hide_setuptools()
with save_path():
with save_argv():
with override_temp(temp_dir):
with pushd(setup_dir):
# ensure setuptools commands are available
__import__('setuptools')
yield
def _needs_hiding(mod_name):
"""
>>> _needs_hiding('setuptools')
True
>>> _needs_hiding('pkg_resources')
True
>>> _needs_hiding('setuptools_plugin')
False
>>> _needs_hiding('setuptools.__init__')
True
>>> _needs_hiding('distutils')
True
>>> _needs_hiding('os')
False
>>> _needs_hiding('Cython')
True
"""
pattern = re.compile(r'(setuptools|pkg_resources|distutils|Cython)(\.|$)')
return bool(pattern.match(mod_name))
def hide_setuptools():
"""
Remove references to setuptools' modules from sys.modules to allow the
invocation to import the most appropriate setuptools. This technique is
necessary to avoid issues such as #315 where setuptools upgrading itself
would fail to find a function declared in the metadata.
"""
modules = filter(_needs_hiding, sys.modules)
_clear_modules(modules)
def run_setup(setup_script, args):
"""Run a distutils setup script, sandboxed in its directory"""
setup_dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(setup_script))
with setup_context(setup_dir):
try:
sys.argv[:] = [setup_script] + list(args)
sys.path.insert(0, setup_dir)
# reset to include setup dir, w/clean callback list
working_set.__init__()
working_set.callbacks.append(lambda dist: dist.activate())
# __file__ should be a byte string on Python 2 (#712)
dunder_file = (
setup_script
if isinstance(setup_script, str) else
setup_script.encode(sys.getfilesystemencoding())
)
with DirectorySandbox(setup_dir):
ns = dict(__file__=dunder_file, __name__='__main__')
_execfile(setup_script, ns)
except SystemExit as v:
if v.args and v.args[0]:
raise
# Normal exit, just return
class AbstractSandbox:
"""Wrap 'os' module and 'open()' builtin for virtualizing setup scripts"""
_active = False
def __init__(self):
self._attrs = [
name for name in dir(_os)
if not name.startswith('_') and hasattr(self, name)
]
def _copy(self, source):
for name in self._attrs:
setattr(os, name, getattr(source, name))
def __enter__(self):
self._copy(self)
if _file:
builtins.file = self._file
builtins.open = self._open
self._active = True
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback):
self._active = False
if _file:
builtins.file = _file
builtins.open = _open
self._copy(_os)
def run(self, func):
"""Run 'func' under os sandboxing"""
with self:
return func()
def _mk_dual_path_wrapper(name):
original = getattr(_os, name)
def wrap(self, src, dst, *args, **kw):
if self._active:
src, dst = self._remap_pair(name, src, dst, *args, **kw)
return original(src, dst, *args, **kw)
return wrap
for name in ["rename", "link", "symlink"]:
if hasattr(_os, name):
locals()[name] = _mk_dual_path_wrapper(name)
def _mk_single_path_wrapper(name, original=None):
original = original or getattr(_os, name)
def wrap(self, path, *args, **kw):
if self._active:
path = self._remap_input(name, path, *args, **kw)
return original(path, *args, **kw)
return wrap
if _file:
_file = _mk_single_path_wrapper('file', _file)
_open = _mk_single_path_wrapper('open', _open)
for name in [
"stat", "listdir", "chdir", "open", "chmod", "chown", "mkdir",
"remove", "unlink", "rmdir", "utime", "lchown", "chroot", "lstat",
"startfile", "mkfifo", "mknod", "pathconf", "access"
]:
if hasattr(_os, name):
locals()[name] = _mk_single_path_wrapper(name)
def _mk_single_with_return(name):
original = getattr(_os, name)
def wrap(self, path, *args, **kw):
if self._active:
path = self._remap_input(name, path, *args, **kw)
return self._remap_output(name, original(path, *args, **kw))
return original(path, *args, **kw)
return wrap
for name in ['readlink', 'tempnam']:
if hasattr(_os, name):
locals()[name] = _mk_single_with_return(name)
def _mk_query(name):
original = getattr(_os, name)
def wrap(self, *args, **kw):
retval = original(*args, **kw)
if self._active:
return self._remap_output(name, retval)
return retval
return wrap
for name in ['getcwd', 'tmpnam']:
if hasattr(_os, name):
locals()[name] = _mk_query(name)
def _validate_path(self, path):
"""Called to remap or validate any path, whether input or output"""
return path
def _remap_input(self, operation, path, *args, **kw):
"""Called for path inputs"""
return self._validate_path(path)
def _remap_output(self, operation, path):
"""Called for path outputs"""
return self._validate_path(path)
def _remap_pair(self, operation, src, dst, *args, **kw):
"""Called for path pairs like rename, link, and symlink operations"""
return (
self._remap_input(operation + '-from', src, *args, **kw),
self._remap_input(operation + '-to', dst, *args, **kw)
)
if hasattr(os, 'devnull'):
_EXCEPTIONS = [os.devnull,]
else:
_EXCEPTIONS = []
class DirectorySandbox(AbstractSandbox):
"""Restrict operations to a single subdirectory - pseudo-chroot"""
write_ops = dict.fromkeys([
"open", "chmod", "chown", "mkdir", "remove", "unlink", "rmdir",
"utime", "lchown", "chroot", "mkfifo", "mknod", "tempnam",
])
_exception_patterns = [
# Allow lib2to3 to attempt to save a pickled grammar object (#121)
r'.*lib2to3.*\.pickle$',
]
"exempt writing to paths that match the pattern"
def __init__(self, sandbox, exceptions=_EXCEPTIONS):
self._sandbox = os.path.normcase(os.path.realpath(sandbox))
self._prefix = os.path.join(self._sandbox, '')
self._exceptions = [
os.path.normcase(os.path.realpath(path))
for path in exceptions
]
AbstractSandbox.__init__(self)
def _violation(self, operation, *args, **kw):
from setuptools.sandbox import SandboxViolation
raise SandboxViolation(operation, args, kw)
if _file:
def _file(self, path, mode='r', *args, **kw):
if mode not in ('r', 'rt', 'rb', 'rU', 'U') and not self._ok(path):
self._violation("file", path, mode, *args, **kw)
return _file(path, mode, *args, **kw)
def _open(self, path, mode='r', *args, **kw):
if mode not in ('r', 'rt', 'rb', 'rU', 'U') and not self._ok(path):
self._violation("open", path, mode, *args, **kw)
return _open(path, mode, *args, **kw)
def tmpnam(self):
self._violation("tmpnam")
def _ok(self, path):
active = self._active
try:
self._active = False
realpath = os.path.normcase(os.path.realpath(path))
return (
self._exempted(realpath)
or realpath == self._sandbox
or realpath.startswith(self._prefix)
)
finally:
self._active = active
def _exempted(self, filepath):
start_matches = (
filepath.startswith(exception)
for exception in self._exceptions
)
pattern_matches = (
re.match(pattern, filepath)
for pattern in self._exception_patterns
)
candidates = itertools.chain(start_matches, pattern_matches)
return any(candidates)
def _remap_input(self, operation, path, *args, **kw):
"""Called for path inputs"""
if operation in self.write_ops and not self._ok(path):
self._violation(operation, os.path.realpath(path), *args, **kw)
return path
def _remap_pair(self, operation, src, dst, *args, **kw):
"""Called for path pairs like rename, link, and symlink operations"""
if not self._ok(src) or not self._ok(dst):
self._violation(operation, src, dst, *args, **kw)
return (src, dst)
def open(self, file, flags, mode=0o777, *args, **kw):
"""Called for low-level os.open()"""
if flags & WRITE_FLAGS and not self._ok(file):
self._violation("os.open", file, flags, mode, *args, **kw)
return _os.open(file, flags, mode, *args, **kw)
WRITE_FLAGS = functools.reduce(
operator.or_, [getattr(_os, a, 0) for a in
"O_WRONLY O_RDWR O_APPEND O_CREAT O_TRUNC O_TEMPORARY".split()]
)
class SandboxViolation(DistutilsError):
"""A setup script attempted to modify the filesystem outside the sandbox"""
tmpl = textwrap.dedent("""
SandboxViolation: {cmd}{args!r} {kwargs}
The package setup script has attempted to modify files on your system
that are not within the EasyInstall build area, and has been aborted.
This package cannot be safely installed by EasyInstall, and may not
support alternate installation locations even if you run its setup
script by hand. Please inform the package's author and the EasyInstall
maintainers to find out if a fix or workaround is available.
""").lstrip()
def __str__(self):
cmd, args, kwargs = self.args
return self.tmpl.format(**locals())
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