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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this file,
# You can obtain one at
import os
import shutil
import subprocess
import sys
from pathlib import Path
import mozfile
from mozfile import TemporaryDirectory
from mozpack.files import FileFinder
from mozbuild.base import MozbuildObject
# dlmanager's package on PyPI only has metadata, but is missing the code.
# gyp's package on PyPI doesn't have any downloadable files.
# We keep some wheels vendored in "_venv" for use in Mozharness
# We manage vendoring "vsdownload" with a moz.yaml file (there is no module
# on PyPI).
# The file isn't a vendored module, so don't delete it.
# The ansicon package contains DLLs and we don't want to arbitrarily vendor
# them since they could be unsafe. This module should rarely be used in practice
# (it's a fallback for old versions of windows). We've intentionally vendored a
# modified 'dummy' version of it so that the dependency checks still succeed, but
# if it ever is attempted to be used, it will fail gracefully.
# Non-permanent exclusion of pip to avoid vendoring removing a solution to
# for more information.
class VendorPython(MozbuildObject):
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
MozbuildObject.__init__(self, *args, virtualenv_name="vendor", **kwargs)
def vendor(self, keep_extra_files=False):
from mach.python_lockfile import PoetryHandle
vendor_dir = Path(self.topsrcdir) / "third_party" / "python"
requirements_in = vendor_dir / ""
poetry_lockfile = vendor_dir / "poetry.lock"
with TemporaryDirectory() as work_dir:
work_dir = Path(work_dir)
poetry = PoetryHandle(work_dir)
lockfiles = poetry.generate_lockfiles(do_update=False)
# Vendoring packages is only viable if it's possible to have a single
# set of packages that work regardless of which environment they're used in.
# So, we scrub environment markers, so that we essentially ask pip to
# download "all dependencies for all environments". Pip will then either
# fetch them as requested, or intelligently raise an error if that's not
# possible (e.g.: if different versions of Python would result in different
# packages/package versions).
pip_lockfile_without_markers = work_dir / ""
shutil.copy(str(lockfiles.pip_lockfile), str(pip_lockfile_without_markers))
with TemporaryDirectory() as tmp:
# use requirements.txt to download archived source distributions of all
# packages
self._extract(tmp, vendor_dir, keep_extra_files)
requirements_out = vendor_dir / "requirements.txt"
# since requirements.out and poetry.lockfile are both outputs from
# third party code, they may contain carriage returns on Windows. We
# should strip the carriage returns to maintain consistency in our output
# regardless of which platform is doing the vendoring. We can do this and
# the copying at the same time to minimize reads and writes.
_copy_file_strip_carriage_return(lockfiles.pip_lockfile, requirements_out)
_copy_file_strip_carriage_return(lockfiles.poetry_lockfile, poetry_lockfile)
def _extract(self, src, dest, keep_extra_files=False):
"""extract source distribution into vendor directory"""
ignore = ()
if not keep_extra_files:
ignore = ("*/doc", "*/docs", "*/test", "*/tests", "**/.git")
finder = FileFinder(src)
for archive, _ in finder.find("*"):
_, ext = os.path.splitext(archive)
archive_path = os.path.join(finder.base, archive)
if ext == ".whl":
# Archive is named like "$package-name-1.0-py2.py3-none-any.whl", and should
# have four dashes that aren't part of the package name.
package_name, version, spec, abi, platform_and_suffix = archive.rsplit(
"-", 4
if package_name in EXCLUDED_PACKAGES:
f"'{package_name}' is on the exclusion list and will not be vendored."
target_package_dir = os.path.join(dest, package_name)
# Extract all the contents of the wheel into the package subdirectory.
# We're expecting at least a code directory and a ".dist-info" directory,
# though there may be a ".data" directory as well.
mozfile.extract(archive_path, target_package_dir, ignore=ignore)
# Archive is named like "$package-name-1.0.tar.gz", and the rightmost
# dash should separate the package name from the rest of the archive
# specifier.
package_name, archive_postfix = archive.rsplit("-", 1)
package_dir = os.path.join(dest, package_name)
if package_name in EXCLUDED_PACKAGES:
f"'{package_name}' is on the exclusion list and will not be vendored."
# The archive should only contain one top-level directory, which has
# the source files. We extract this directory directly to
# the vendor directory.
extracted_files = mozfile.extract(archive_path, dest, ignore=ignore)
assert len(extracted_files) == 1
extracted_package_dir = extracted_files[0]
# The extracted package dir includes the version in the name,
# which we don't we don't want.
mozfile.move(extracted_package_dir, package_dir)
def _sort_requirements_in(requirements_in: Path):
requirements = {}
with"r", newline="\n") as f:
comments = []
for line in f.readlines():
line = line.strip()
if not line or line.startswith("#"):
name, version = line.split("==")
requirements[name] = version, comments
comments = []
with"w", newline="\n") as f:
for name, (version, comments) in sorted(requirements.items()):
if comments:
f.write("{}=={}\n".format(name, version))
def remove_environment_markers_from_requirements_txt(requirements_txt: Path):
with"r", newline="\n") as f:
lines = f.readlines()
markerless_lines = []
continuation_token = " \\"
for line in lines:
line = line.rstrip()
if not line.startswith(" ") and not line.startswith("#") and ";" in line:
has_continuation_token = line.endswith(continuation_token)
# The first line of each requirement looks something like:
# package-name==X.Y; python_version>=3.7
# We can scrub the environment marker by splitting on the semicolon
line = line.split(";")[0]
if has_continuation_token:
line += continuation_token
with"w", newline="\n") as f:
def _purge_vendor_dir(vendor_dir):
for child in Path(vendor_dir).iterdir():
def _denormalize_symlinks(target):
# If any files inside the vendored package were symlinks, turn them into normal files
# because forbids symlinks in the repository.
link_finder = FileFinder(target)
for _, f in link_finder.find("**"):
if os.path.islink(f.path):
link_target = os.path.realpath(f.path)
shutil.copyfile(link_target, f.path)
def _copy_file_strip_carriage_return(file_src: Path, file_dst):
shutil.copyfileobj("r"),"w", newline="\n"))