Source code for pex.pex_info

# Copyright 2014 Pants project contributors (see
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (see LICENSE).

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function

import json
import os
import warnings
from collections import namedtuple

from .common import open_zip
from .compatibility import string as compatibility_string
from .compatibility import PY2
from .orderedset import OrderedSet
from .util import merge_split
from .variables import ENV

PexPlatform = namedtuple('PexPlatform', 'interpreter version strict')

# TODO(wickman) Split this into a PexInfoBuilder/PexInfo to ensure immutability.
# Issue #92.
[docs]class PexInfo(object): """PEX metadata. # Build metadata: build_properties: BuildProperties # (key-value information about the build system) code_hash: str # sha1 hash of all names/code in the archive distributions: {dist_name: str} # map from distribution name (i.e. path in # the internal cache) to its cache key (sha1) requirements: list # list of requirements for this environment # Environment options pex_root: string # root of all pex-related files eg: ~/.pex entry_point: string # entry point into this pex script: string # script to execute in this pex environment # at most one of script/entry_point can be specified zip_safe: True, default False # is this pex zip safe? inherit_path: false/fallback/prefer # should this pex inherit site-packages + PYTHONPATH? ignore_errors: True, default False # should we ignore inability to resolve dependencies? always_write_cache: False # should we always write the internal cache to disk first? # this is useful if you have very large dependencies that # do not fit in RAM constrained environments .. versionchanged:: 0.8 Removed the ``repositories`` and ``indices`` information, as they were never implemented. """ PATH = 'PEX-INFO' INTERNAL_CACHE = '.deps' @classmethod def make_build_properties(cls, interpreter=None): from .interpreter import PythonInterpreter from pkg_resources import get_platform pi = interpreter or PythonInterpreter.get() return { 'class': pi.identity.interpreter, 'version': pi.identity.version, 'platform': get_platform(), } @classmethod def default(cls, interpreter=None): pex_info = { 'requirements': [], 'distributions': {}, 'build_properties': cls.make_build_properties(interpreter), } return cls(info=pex_info) @classmethod def from_pex(cls, pex): if os.path.isfile(pex): with open_zip(pex) as zf: pex_info = else: with open(os.path.join(pex, cls.PATH)) as fp: pex_info = return cls.from_json(pex_info) @classmethod def from_json(cls, content): if isinstance(content, bytes): content = content.decode('utf-8') return cls(info=json.loads(content)) @classmethod def from_env(cls, env=ENV): supplied_env = env.strip_defaults() zip_safe = None if supplied_env.PEX_FORCE_LOCAL is None else not supplied_env.PEX_FORCE_LOCAL pex_info = { 'pex_root': supplied_env.PEX_ROOT, 'entry_point': supplied_env.PEX_MODULE, 'script': supplied_env.PEX_SCRIPT, 'zip_safe': zip_safe, 'inherit_path': supplied_env.PEX_INHERIT_PATH, 'ignore_errors': supplied_env.PEX_IGNORE_ERRORS, 'always_write_cache': supplied_env.PEX_ALWAYS_CACHE, } # Filter out empty entries not explicitly set in the environment. return cls(info=dict((k, v) for (k, v) in pex_info.items() if v is not None)) @classmethod def _parse_requirement_tuple(cls, requirement_tuple): if isinstance(requirement_tuple, (tuple, list)): if len(requirement_tuple) != 3: raise ValueError('Malformed PEX requirement: %r' % (requirement_tuple,)) # pre 0.8.x requirement type: warnings.warn('Attempting to use deprecated PEX feature. Please upgrade past PEX 0.8.x.') return requirement_tuple[0] elif isinstance(requirement_tuple, compatibility_string): return requirement_tuple raise ValueError('Malformed PEX requirement: %r' % (requirement_tuple,)) def __init__(self, info=None): """Construct a new PexInfo. This should not be used directly.""" if info is not None and not isinstance(info, dict): raise ValueError('PexInfo can only be seeded with a dict, got: ' '%s of type %s' % (info, type(info))) self._pex_info = info or {} self._distributions = self._pex_info.get('distributions', {}) # cast as set because pex info from json must store interpreter_constraints as a list self._interpreter_constraints = set(self._pex_info.get('interpreter_constraints', set())) requirements = self._pex_info.get('requirements', []) if not isinstance(requirements, (list, tuple)): raise ValueError('Expected requirements to be a list, got %s' % type(requirements)) self._requirements = OrderedSet(self._parse_requirement_tuple(req) for req in requirements) def _get_safe(self, key): if key not in self._pex_info: return None value = self._pex_info[key] return value.encode('utf-8') if PY2 else value @property def build_properties(self): """Information about the system on which this PEX was generated. :returns: A dictionary containing metadata about the environment used to build this PEX. """ return self._pex_info.get('build_properties', {}) @build_properties.setter def build_properties(self, value): if not isinstance(value, dict): raise TypeError('build_properties must be a dictionary!') self._pex_info['build_properties'] = self.make_build_properties() self._pex_info['build_properties'].update(value) @property def zip_safe(self): """Whether or not this PEX should be treated as zip-safe. If set to false and the PEX is zipped, the contents of the PEX will be unpacked into a directory within the PEX_ROOT prior to execution. This allows code and frameworks depending upon __file__ existing on disk to operate normally. By default zip_safe is True. May be overridden at runtime by the $PEX_FORCE_LOCAL environment variable. """ return self._pex_info.get('zip_safe', True) @zip_safe.setter def zip_safe(self, value): self._pex_info['zip_safe'] = bool(value) @property def pex_path(self): """A colon separated list of other pex files to merge into the runtime environment. This pex info property is used to persist the PEX_PATH environment variable into the pex info metadata for reuse within a built pex. """ return self._pex_info.get('pex_path') @pex_path.setter def pex_path(self, value): self._pex_info['pex_path'] = value @property def inherit_path(self): """Whether or not this PEX should be allowed to inherit system dependencies. By default, PEX environments are scrubbed of all system distributions prior to execution. This means that PEX files cannot rely upon preexisting system libraries. By default inherit_path is false. This may be overridden at runtime by the $PEX_INHERIT_PATH environment variable. """ return self._pex_info.get('inherit_path', 'false') @inherit_path.setter def inherit_path(self, value): if value is False: value = 'false' elif value is True: value = 'prefer' self._pex_info['inherit_path'] = value @property def interpreter_constraints(self): """A list of constraints that determine the interpreter compatibility for this pex, using the Requirement-style format, e.g. ``'CPython>=3', or just '>=2.7,<3'`` for requirements agnostic to interpreter class. This property will be used at exec time when bootstrapping a pex to search PEX_PYTHON_PATH for a list of compatible interpreters. """ return list(self._interpreter_constraints) def add_interpreter_constraint(self, value): self._interpreter_constraints.add(str(value)) @property def ignore_errors(self): return self._pex_info.get('ignore_errors', False) @ignore_errors.setter def ignore_errors(self, value): self._pex_info['ignore_errors'] = bool(value) @property def code_hash(self): return self._pex_info.get('code_hash') @code_hash.setter def code_hash(self, value): self._pex_info['code_hash'] = value @property def entry_point(self): return self._get_safe('entry_point') @entry_point.setter def entry_point(self, value): self._pex_info['entry_point'] = value @property def script(self): return self._get_safe('script') @script.setter def script(self, value): self._pex_info['script'] = value def add_requirement(self, requirement): self._requirements.add(str(requirement)) @property def requirements(self): return self._requirements def add_distribution(self, location, sha): self._distributions[location] = sha @property def distributions(self): return self._distributions @property def always_write_cache(self): return self._pex_info.get('always_write_cache', False) @always_write_cache.setter def always_write_cache(self, value): self._pex_info['always_write_cache'] = bool(value) @property def pex_root(self): return os.path.expanduser(self._pex_info.get('pex_root', os.path.join('~', '.pex'))) @pex_root.setter def pex_root(self, value): self._pex_info['pex_root'] = value @property def internal_cache(self): return self.INTERNAL_CACHE @property def install_cache(self): return os.path.join(self.pex_root, 'install') @property def zip_unsafe_cache(self): return os.path.join(self.pex_root, 'code') def update(self, other): if not isinstance(other, PexInfo): raise TypeError('Cannot merge a %r with PexInfo' % type(other)) self._pex_info.update(other._pex_info) self._distributions.update(other.distributions) self._interpreter_constraints.update(other.interpreter_constraints) self._requirements.update(other.requirements) def dump(self, **kwargs): pex_info_copy = self._pex_info.copy() pex_info_copy['requirements'] = list(self._requirements) pex_info_copy['interpreter_constraints'] = list(self._interpreter_constraints) pex_info_copy['distributions'] = self._distributions.copy() return json.dumps(pex_info_copy, **kwargs) def copy(self): return self.from_json(self.dump())
[docs] def merge_pex_path(self, pex_path): """Merges a new PEX_PATH definition into the existing one (if any). :param string pex_path: The PEX_PATH to merge. """ if not pex_path: return self.pex_path = ':'.join(merge_split(self.pex_path, pex_path))