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# kas - setup tool for bitbake based projects
#
# Copyright (c) Siemens AG, 2017-2018
#
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"""
This module contains the core implementation of kas.
"""
import re
import os
import sys
import logging
import tempfile
import asyncio
import errno
from subprocess import Popen, PIPE
from .context import get_context
__license__ = 'MIT'
__copyright__ = 'Copyright (c) Siemens AG, 2017-2018'
class LogOutput:
"""
Handles the log output of executed applications
"""
def __init__(self, live):
self.live = live
self.stdout = []
self.stderr = []
def log_stdout(self, line):
"""
This method is called when a line is received over stdout.
"""
if self.live:
logging.info(line.strip())
self.stdout.append(line)
def log_stderr(self, line):
"""
This method is called when a line is received over stderr.
"""
if self.live:
logging.error(line.strip())
self.stderr.append(line)
@asyncio.coroutine
def _read_stream(stream, callback):
"""
This asynchronous method reads from the output stream of the
application and transfers each line to the callback function.
"""
while True:
line = yield from stream.readline()
try:
line = line.decode('utf-8')
except UnicodeDecodeError as err:
logging.warning('Could not decode line from stream, ignoring: %s',
err)
if line:
callback(line)
else:
break
@asyncio.coroutine
def run_cmd_async(cmd, cwd, env=None, fail=True, liveupdate=True):
"""
Run a command asynchronously.
"""
env = env or get_context().environ
cmdstr = ' '.join(cmd)
logging.info('%s$ %s', cwd, cmdstr)
logo = LogOutput(liveupdate)
try:
process = yield from asyncio.create_subprocess_exec(
*cmd,
cwd=cwd,
env=env,
stdout=asyncio.subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=asyncio.subprocess.PIPE)
except FileNotFoundError as ex:
if fail:
raise ex
return (errno.ENOENT, str(ex))
except PermissionError as ex:
if fail:
raise ex
return (errno.EPERM, str(ex))
yield from asyncio.wait([
_read_stream(process.stdout, logo.log_stdout),
_read_stream(process.stderr, logo.log_stderr)
])
ret = yield from process.wait()
if ret and fail:
msg = 'Command "{cwd}$ {cmd}" failed'.format(cwd=cwd, cmd=cmdstr)
if logo.stderr:
msg += '\n--- Error summary ---\n'
for line in logo.stderr:
msg += line
logging.error(msg)
return (ret, ''.join(logo.stdout))
def run_cmd(cmd, cwd, env=None, fail=True, liveupdate=True):
"""
Runs a command synchronously.
"""
loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
(ret, output) = loop.run_until_complete(
run_cmd_async(cmd, cwd, env, fail, liveupdate))
if ret and fail:
sys.exit(ret)
return (ret, output)
def find_program(paths, name):
"""
Find a file within the paths array and returns its path.
"""
for path in paths.split(os.pathsep):
prg = os.path.join(path, name)
if os.path.isfile(prg):
return prg
return None
def _create_task(routine):
try:
creation_func = asyncio.ensure_future
except AttributeError:
# for Python < 3.5, avoiding the keyword 'async' introduced in 3.7
creation_func = getattr(asyncio, 'async')
return creation_func(routine)
def repos_fetch(repos):
"""
Fetches the list of repositories to the kas_work_dir.
"""
tasks = []
for repo in repos:
tasks.append(_create_task(repo.fetch_async()))
loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
loop.run_until_complete(asyncio.wait(tasks))
for task in tasks:
if task.result():
sys.exit(task.result())
def repos_apply_patches(repos):
"""
Applies the patches to the repositories.
"""
tasks = []
for repo in repos:
tasks.append(_create_task(repo.apply_patches_async()))
loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
loop.run_until_complete(asyncio.wait(tasks))
for task in tasks:
if task.result():
sys.exit(task.result())
def get_build_environ():
"""
Creates the build environment variables.
"""
# nasty side effect function: running oe/isar-init-build-env also
# creates the conf directory
init_repo = None
permutations = \
[(repo, script) for repo in get_context().config.get_repos()
for script in ['oe-init-build-env', 'isar-init-build-env']]
for (repo, script) in permutations:
if os.path.exists(repo.path + '/' + script):
if init_repo:
logging.error('Multiple init scripts found (%s vs. %s). ',
repo.name, init_repo.name)
logging.error('Resolve ambiguity by removing one of the repos')
sys.exit(1)
init_repo = repo
init_script = script
if not init_repo:
logging.error('Did not find any init-build-env script')
sys.exit(1)
get_bb_env_file = tempfile.mktemp()
with open(get_bb_env_file, 'w') as fds:
script = """#!/bin/bash
set -e
source %s $1 > /dev/null
env
""" % init_script
fds.write(script)
os.chmod(get_bb_env_file, 0o775)
env = {}
env['PATH'] = '/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin'
(_, output) = run_cmd([get_bb_env_file, get_context().build_dir],
cwd=init_repo.path, env=env, liveupdate=False)
os.remove(get_bb_env_file)
env = {}
for line in output.splitlines():
try:
(key, val) = line.split('=', 1)
env[key] = val
except ValueError:
pass
conf_env = get_context().config.get_environment()
env_vars = ['SSTATE_DIR', 'DL_DIR', 'TMPDIR']
env_vars.extend(conf_env)
env.update(conf_env)
if 'BB_ENV_EXTRAWHITE' in env:
extra_white = env['BB_ENV_EXTRAWHITE'] + ' ' + ' '.join(env_vars)
env.update({'BB_ENV_EXTRAWHITE': extra_white})
env_vars.extend(['SSH_AUTH_SOCK',
'SHELL', 'TERM',
'GIT_PROXY_COMMAND', 'NO_PROXY'])
for env_var in env_vars:
if env_var in os.environ:
env[env_var] = os.environ[env_var]
return env
def ssh_add_key(env, key):
"""
Adds an ssh key to the ssh-agent
"""
process = Popen(['ssh-add', '-'], stdin=PIPE, stdout=None,
stderr=PIPE, env=env)
(_, error) = process.communicate(input=str.encode(key))
if process.returncode and error:
logging.error('failed to add ssh key: %s', error)
def ssh_cleanup_agent():
"""
Removes the identities and stops the ssh-agent instance
"""
env = get_context().environ
# remove the identities
process = Popen(['ssh-add', '-D'], env=env)
process.wait()
if process.returncode != 0:
logging.error('failed to delete SSH identities')
# stop the ssh-agent
process = Popen(['ssh-agent', '-k'], env=env)
process.wait()
if process.returncode != 0:
logging.error('failed to stop SSH agent')
def ssh_setup_agent(envkeys=None):
"""
Starts the ssh-agent
"""
env = get_context().environ
envkeys = envkeys or ['SSH_PRIVATE_KEY']
output = os.popen('ssh-agent -s').readlines()
for line in output:
matches = re.search(r"(\S+)\=(\S+)\;", line)
if matches:
env[matches.group(1)] = matches.group(2)
for envkey in envkeys:
key = os.environ.get(envkey)
if key:
logging.info("adding SSH key")
ssh_add_key(env, key)
else:
logging.warning('%s is missing', envkey)
def ssh_no_host_key_check():
"""
Disables ssh host key check
"""
home = os.path.expanduser('~')
if not os.path.exists(home + '/.ssh'):
os.mkdir(home + '/.ssh')
with open(home + '/.ssh/config', 'w') as fds:
fds.write('Host *\n\tStrictHostKeyChecking no\n\n')
def kasplugin(plugin_class):
"""
A decorator that registers kas plugins
"""
if not hasattr(kasplugin, 'plugins'):
setattr(kasplugin, 'plugins', [])
getattr(kasplugin, 'plugins').append(plugin_class)
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