Commit b963a1b0 authored by Nils Cedric Holle's avatar Nils Cedric Holle

Begin cross-platform build

parent 892daa58
......@@ -36,5 +36,9 @@ deploy_production:
- sphinx-apidoc -o . ../puzzlestream -f -P -M -e
- sphinx-build -b html . _build
- pyftpsync upload ./_build ftps://$FTP_USERNAME:$FTP_PASSWORD@puzzlestream.org
- apt-get install wget wine-stable unzip -y
- cd standalone-windows
- wget https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.5.4/python-3.5.4-embed-amd64.zip
- unzip python-3.5.4-embed-amd64.zip -d python-windows
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from __future__ import absolute_import
import os
import sys
# If we are running from a wheel, add the wheel to sys.path
# This allows the usage python pip-*.whl/pip install pip-*.whl
if __package__ == '':
# __file__ is pip-*.whl/pip/__main__.py
# first dirname call strips of '/__main__.py', second strips off '/pip'
# Resulting path is the name of the wheel itself
# Add that to sys.path so we can import pip
path = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(__file__))
sys.path.insert(0, path)
from pip._internal import main as _main # isort:skip # noqa
if __name__ == '__main__':
sys.exit(_main())
#!/usr/bin/env python
from __future__ import absolute_import
import locale
import logging
import os
import warnings
import sys
# 2016-06-17 barry@debian.org: urllib3 1.14 added optional support for socks,
# but if invoked (i.e. imported), it will issue a warning to stderr if socks
# isn't available. requests unconditionally imports urllib3's socks contrib
# module, triggering this warning. The warning breaks DEP-8 tests (because of
# the stderr output) and is just plain annoying in normal usage. I don't want
# to add socks as yet another dependency for pip, nor do I want to allow-stder
# in the DEP-8 tests, so just suppress the warning. pdb tells me this has to
# be done before the import of pip.vcs.
from pip._vendor.urllib3.exceptions import DependencyWarning
warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=DependencyWarning) # noqa
# We want to inject the use of SecureTransport as early as possible so that any
# references or sessions or what have you are ensured to have it, however we
# only want to do this in the case that we're running on macOS and the linked
# OpenSSL is too old to handle TLSv1.2
try:
import ssl
except ImportError:
pass
else:
# Checks for OpenSSL 1.0.1 on MacOS
if sys.platform == "darwin" and ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION_NUMBER < 0x1000100f:
try:
from pip._vendor.urllib3.contrib import securetransport
except (ImportError, OSError):
pass
else:
securetransport.inject_into_urllib3()
from pip._internal.cli.autocompletion import autocomplete
from pip._internal.cli.main_parser import parse_command
from pip._internal.commands import commands_dict
from pip._internal.exceptions import PipError
from pip._internal.utils import deprecation
from pip._internal.vcs import git, mercurial, subversion, bazaar # noqa
from pip._vendor.urllib3.exceptions import InsecureRequestWarning
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
# Hide the InsecureRequestWarning from urllib3
warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=InsecureRequestWarning)
def main(args=None):
if args is None:
args = sys.argv[1:]
# Configure our deprecation warnings to be sent through loggers
deprecation.install_warning_logger()
autocomplete()
try:
cmd_name, cmd_args = parse_command(args)
except PipError as exc:
sys.stderr.write("ERROR: %s" % exc)
sys.stderr.write(os.linesep)
sys.exit(1)
# Needed for locale.getpreferredencoding(False) to work
# in pip._internal.utils.encoding.auto_decode
try:
locale.setlocale(locale.LC_ALL, '')
except locale.Error as e:
# setlocale can apparently crash if locale are uninitialized
logger.debug("Ignoring error %s when setting locale", e)
command = commands_dict[cmd_name](isolated=("--isolated" in cmd_args))
return command.main(cmd_args)
"""Build Environment used for isolation during sdist building
"""
import logging
import os
import sys
import textwrap
from collections import OrderedDict
from distutils.sysconfig import get_python_lib
from sysconfig import get_paths
from pip._vendor.pkg_resources import Requirement, VersionConflict, WorkingSet
from pip import __file__ as pip_location
from pip._internal.utils.misc import call_subprocess
from pip._internal.utils.temp_dir import TempDirectory
from pip._internal.utils.typing import MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING
from pip._internal.utils.ui import open_spinner
if MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING:
from typing import Tuple, Set, Iterable, Optional, List # noqa: F401
from pip._internal.index import PackageFinder # noqa: F401
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
class _Prefix:
def __init__(self, path):
# type: (str) -> None
self.path = path
self.setup = False
self.bin_dir = get_paths(
'nt' if os.name == 'nt' else 'posix_prefix',
vars={'base': path, 'platbase': path}
)['scripts']
# Note: prefer distutils' sysconfig to get the
# library paths so PyPy is correctly supported.
purelib = get_python_lib(plat_specific=False, prefix=path)
platlib = get_python_lib(plat_specific=True, prefix=path)
if purelib == platlib:
self.lib_dirs = [purelib]
else:
self.lib_dirs = [purelib, platlib]
class BuildEnvironment(object):
"""Creates and manages an isolated environment to install build deps
"""
def __init__(self):
# type: () -> None
self._temp_dir = TempDirectory(kind="build-env")
self._temp_dir.create()
self._prefixes = OrderedDict((
(name, _Prefix(os.path.join(self._temp_dir.path, name)))
for name in ('normal', 'overlay')
))
self._bin_dirs = [] # type: List[str]
self._lib_dirs = [] # type: List[str]
for prefix in reversed(list(self._prefixes.values())):
self._bin_dirs.append(prefix.bin_dir)
self._lib_dirs.extend(prefix.lib_dirs)
# Customize site to:
# - ensure .pth files are honored
# - prevent access to system site packages
system_sites = {
os.path.normcase(site) for site in (
get_python_lib(plat_specific=False),
get_python_lib(plat_specific=True),
)
}
self._site_dir = os.path.join(self._temp_dir.path, 'site')
if not os.path.exists(self._site_dir):
os.mkdir(self._site_dir)
with open(os.path.join(self._site_dir, 'sitecustomize.py'), 'w') as fp:
fp.write(textwrap.dedent(
'''
import os, site, sys
# First, drop system-sites related paths.
original_sys_path = sys.path[:]
known_paths = set()
for path in {system_sites!r}:
site.addsitedir(path, known_paths=known_paths)
system_paths = set(
os.path.normcase(path)
for path in sys.path[len(original_sys_path):]
)
original_sys_path = [
path for path in original_sys_path
if os.path.normcase(path) not in system_paths
]
sys.path = original_sys_path
# Second, add lib directories.
# ensuring .pth file are processed.
for path in {lib_dirs!r}:
assert not path in sys.path
site.addsitedir(path)
'''
).format(system_sites=system_sites, lib_dirs=self._lib_dirs))
def __enter__(self):
self._save_env = {
name: os.environ.get(name, None)
for name in ('PATH', 'PYTHONNOUSERSITE', 'PYTHONPATH')
}
path = self._bin_dirs[:]
old_path = self._save_env['PATH']
if old_path:
path.extend(old_path.split(os.pathsep))
pythonpath = [self._site_dir]
os.environ.update({
'PATH': os.pathsep.join(path),
'PYTHONNOUSERSITE': '1',
'PYTHONPATH': os.pathsep.join(pythonpath),
})
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_val, exc_tb):
for varname, old_value in self._save_env.items():
if old_value is None:
os.environ.pop(varname, None)
else:
os.environ[varname] = old_value
def cleanup(self):
# type: () -> None
self._temp_dir.cleanup()
def check_requirements(self, reqs):
# type: (Iterable[str]) -> Tuple[Set[Tuple[str, str]], Set[str]]
"""Return 2 sets:
- conflicting requirements: set of (installed, wanted) reqs tuples
- missing requirements: set of reqs
"""
missing = set()
conflicting = set()
if reqs:
ws = WorkingSet(self._lib_dirs)
for req in reqs:
try:
if ws.find(Requirement.parse(req)) is None:
missing.add(req)
except VersionConflict as e:
conflicting.add((str(e.args[0].as_requirement()),
str(e.args[1])))
return conflicting, missing
def install_requirements(
self,
finder, # type: PackageFinder
requirements, # type: Iterable[str]
prefix_as_string, # type: str
message # type: Optional[str]
):
# type: (...) -> None
prefix = self._prefixes[prefix_as_string]
assert not prefix.setup
prefix.setup = True
if not requirements:
return
args = [
sys.executable, os.path.dirname(pip_location), 'install',
'--ignore-installed', '--no-user', '--prefix', prefix.path,
'--no-warn-script-location',
] # type: List[str]
if logger.getEffectiveLevel() <= logging.DEBUG:
args.append('-v')
for format_control in ('no_binary', 'only_binary'):
formats = getattr(finder.format_control, format_control)
args.extend(('--' + format_control.replace('_', '-'),
','.join(sorted(formats or {':none:'}))))
if finder.index_urls:
args.extend(['-i', finder.index_urls[0]])
for extra_index in finder.index_urls[1:]:
args.extend(['--extra-index-url', extra_index])
else:
args.append('--no-index')
for link in finder.find_links:
args.extend(['--find-links', link])
for _, host, _ in finder.secure_origins:
args.extend(['--trusted-host', host])
if finder.allow_all_prereleases:
args.append('--pre')
args.append('--')
args.extend(requirements)
with open_spinner(message) as spinner:
call_subprocess(args, show_stdout=False, spinner=spinner)
class NoOpBuildEnvironment(BuildEnvironment):
"""A no-op drop-in replacement for BuildEnvironment
"""
def __init__(self):
pass
def __enter__(self):
pass
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_val, exc_tb):
pass
def cleanup(self):
pass
def install_requirements(self, finder, requirements, prefix, message):
raise NotImplementedError()
"""Cache Management
"""
import errno
import hashlib
import logging
import os
from pip._vendor.packaging.utils import canonicalize_name
from pip._internal.download import path_to_url
from pip._internal.models.link import Link
from pip._internal.utils.compat import expanduser
from pip._internal.utils.temp_dir import TempDirectory
from pip._internal.utils.typing import MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING
from pip._internal.wheel import InvalidWheelFilename, Wheel
if MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING:
from typing import Optional, Set, List, Any # noqa: F401
from pip._internal.index import FormatControl # noqa: F401
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
class Cache(object):
"""An abstract class - provides cache directories for data from links
:param cache_dir: The root of the cache.
:param format_control: An object of FormatControl class to limit
binaries being read from the cache.
:param allowed_formats: which formats of files the cache should store.
('binary' and 'source' are the only allowed values)
"""
def __init__(self, cache_dir, format_control, allowed_formats):
# type: (str, FormatControl, Set[str]) -> None
super(Cache, self).__init__()
self.cache_dir = expanduser(cache_dir) if cache_dir else None
self.format_control = format_control
self.allowed_formats = allowed_formats
_valid_formats = {"source", "binary"}
assert self.allowed_formats.union(_valid_formats) == _valid_formats
def _get_cache_path_parts(self, link):
# type: (Link) -> List[str]
"""Get parts of part that must be os.path.joined with cache_dir
"""
# We want to generate an url to use as our cache key, we don't want to
# just re-use the URL because it might have other items in the fragment
# and we don't care about those.
key_parts = [link.url_without_fragment]
if link.hash_name is not None and link.hash is not None:
key_parts.append("=".join([link.hash_name, link.hash]))
key_url = "#".join(key_parts)
# Encode our key url with sha224, we'll use this because it has similar
# security properties to sha256, but with a shorter total output (and
# thus less secure). However the differences don't make a lot of
# difference for our use case here.
hashed = hashlib.sha224(key_url.encode()).hexdigest()
# We want to nest the directories some to prevent having a ton of top
# level directories where we might run out of sub directories on some
# FS.
parts = [hashed[:2], hashed[2:4], hashed[4:6], hashed[6:]]
return parts
def _get_candidates(self, link, package_name):
# type: (Link, Optional[str]) -> List[Any]
can_not_cache = (
not self.cache_dir or
not package_name or
not link
)
if can_not_cache:
return []
canonical_name = canonicalize_name(package_name)
formats = self.format_control.get_allowed_formats(
canonical_name
)
if not self.allowed_formats.intersection(formats):
return []
root = self.get_path_for_link(link)
try:
return os.listdir(root)
except OSError as err:
if err.errno in {errno.ENOENT, errno.ENOTDIR}:
return []
raise
def get_path_for_link(self, link):
# type: (Link) -> str
"""Return a directory to store cached items in for link.
"""
raise NotImplementedError()
def get(self, link, package_name):
# type: (Link, Optional[str]) -> Link
"""Returns a link to a cached item if it exists, otherwise returns the
passed link.
"""
raise NotImplementedError()
def _link_for_candidate(self, link, candidate):
# type: (Link, str) -> Link
root = self.get_path_for_link(link)
path = os.path.join(root, candidate)
return Link(path_to_url(path))
def cleanup(self):
# type: () -> None
pass
class SimpleWheelCache(Cache):
"""A cache of wheels for future installs.
"""
def __init__(self, cache_dir, format_control):
# type: (str, FormatControl) -> None
super(SimpleWheelCache, self).__init__(
cache_dir, format_control, {"binary"}
)
def get_path_for_link(self, link):
# type: (Link) -> str
"""Return a directory to store cached wheels for link
Because there are M wheels for any one sdist, we provide a directory
to cache them in, and then consult that directory when looking up
cache hits.
We only insert things into the cache if they have plausible version
numbers, so that we don't contaminate the cache with things that were
not unique. E.g. ./package might have dozens of installs done for it
and build a version of 0.0...and if we built and cached a wheel, we'd
end up using the same wheel even if the source has been edited.
:param link: The link of the sdist for which this will cache wheels.
"""
parts = self._get_cache_path_parts(link)
# Store wheels within the root cache_dir
return os.path.join(self.cache_dir, "wheels", *parts)
def get(self, link, package_name):
# type: (Link, Optional[str]) -> Link
candidates = []
for wheel_name in self._get_candidates(link, package_name):
try:
wheel = Wheel(wheel_name)
except InvalidWheelFilename:
continue
if not wheel.supported():
# Built for a different python/arch/etc
continue
candidates.append((wheel.support_index_min(), wheel_name))
if not candidates:
return link
return self._link_for_candidate(link, min(candidates)[1])
class EphemWheelCache(SimpleWheelCache):
"""A SimpleWheelCache that creates it's own temporary cache directory
"""
def __init__(self, format_control):
# type: (FormatControl) -> None
self._temp_dir = TempDirectory(kind="ephem-wheel-cache")
self._temp_dir.create()
super(EphemWheelCache, self).__init__(
self._temp_dir.path, format_control
)
def cleanup(self):
# type: () -> None
self._temp_dir.cleanup()
class WheelCache(Cache):
"""Wraps EphemWheelCache and SimpleWheelCache into a single Cache
This Cache allows for gracefully degradation, using the ephem wheel cache
when a certain link is not found in the simple wheel cache first.
"""
def __init__(self, cache_dir, format_control):
# type: (str, FormatControl) -> None
super(WheelCache, self).__init__(
cache_dir, format_control, {'binary'}
)
self._wheel_cache = SimpleWheelCache(cache_dir, format_control)
self._ephem_cache = EphemWheelCache(format_control)
def get_path_for_link(self, link):
# type: (Link) -> str
return self._wheel_cache.get_path_for_link(link)
def get_ephem_path_for_link(self, link):
# type: (Link) -> str
return self._ephem_cache.get_path_for_link(link)
def get(self, link, package_name):
# type: (Link, Optional[str]) -> Link
retval = self._wheel_cache.get(link, package_name)
if retval is link:
retval = self._ephem_cache.get(link, package_name)
return retval
def cleanup(self):
# type: () -> None