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#!/usr/bin/python -tt
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# Copyright 2004 Duke University 
# Written by Seth Vidal <skvidal at phy.duke.edu>

import rpm
import os
import os.path
import misc
import re
import types
import fnmatch
import rpmUtils
import rpmUtils.arch
import rpmUtils.miscutils
import Errors

import repomd.packageObject

base=None

def buildPkgRefDict(pkgs):
    """take a list of pkg objects and return a dict the contains all the possible
       naming conventions for them eg: for (name,i386,0,1,1)
       dict[name] = (name, i386, 0, 1, 1)
       dict[name.i386] = (name, i386, 0, 1, 1)
       dict[name-1-1.i386] = (name, i386, 0, 1, 1)       
       dict[name-1] = (name, i386, 0, 1, 1)       
       dict[name-1-1] = (name, i386, 0, 1, 1)
       dict[0:name-1-1.i386] = (name, i386, 0, 1, 1)
       dict[name-0:1-1.i386] = (name, i386, 0, 1, 1)
       """
    pkgdict = {}
    for pkg in pkgs:
        pkgtup = (pkg.name, pkg.arch, pkg.epoch, pkg.version, pkg.release)
        (n, a, e, v, r) = pkgtup
        name = n
        nameArch = '%s.%s' % (n, a)
        nameVerRelArch = '%s-%s-%s.%s' % (n, v, r, a)
        nameVer = '%s-%s' % (n, v)
        nameVerRel = '%s-%s-%s' % (n, v, r)
        envra = '%s:%s-%s-%s.%s' % (e, n, v, r, a)
        nevra = '%s-%s:%s-%s.%s' % (n, e, v, r, a)
        for item in [name, nameArch, nameVerRelArch, nameVer, nameVerRel, envra, nevra]:
            if not pkgdict.has_key(item):
                pkgdict[item] = []
            pkgdict[item].append(pkg)
            
    return pkgdict
       
def parsePackages(pkgs, usercommands, casematch=0):
    """matches up the user request versus a pkg list:
       for installs/updates available pkgs should be the 'others list' 
       for removes it should be the installed list of pkgs
       takes an optional casematch option to determine if case should be matched
       exactly. Defaults to not matching."""

    pkgdict = buildPkgRefDict(pkgs)
    exactmatch = []
    matched = []
    unmatched = []
    for command in usercommands:
        if pkgdict.has_key(command):
            exactmatch.extend(pkgdict[command])
            del pkgdict[command]
        else:
            # anything we couldn't find a match for
            # could mean it's not there, could mean it's a wildcard
            if re.match('.*[\*,\[,\],\{,\},\?].*', command):
                trylist = pkgdict.keys()
                restring = fnmatch.translate(command)
                if casematch:
                    regex = re.compile(restring) # case sensitive
                else:
                    regex = re.compile(restring, flags=re.I) # case insensitive
                foundit = 0
                for item in trylist:
                    if regex.match(item):
                        matched.extend(pkgdict[item])
                        del pkgdict[item]
                        foundit = 1
 
                if not foundit:    
                    unmatched.append(command)
                    
            else:
                # we got nada
                unmatched.append(command)

    matched = misc.unique(matched)
    unmatched = misc.unique(unmatched)
    exactmatch = misc.unique(exactmatch)
    return exactmatch, matched, unmatched


def returnBestPackages(pkgdict, arch=None):
    """returns a list of package tuples that are the 'best' packages for this
       arch. Best == highest version and best scoring/sorting arch
       should consider multiarch separately"""
    returnlist = []
    compatArchList = rpmUtils.arch.getArchList(arch)
    for pkgname in pkgdict.keys():
        # go through the packages, pitch out the ones that can't be used
        # on this system at all
        pkglist = pkgdict[pkgname]
        uselist = []
        multiLib = []
        singleLib = []
        for pkg in pkglist:
            (n, a, e, v, r) = pkg
            if a not in compatArchList:
                continue
            elif rpmUtils.arch.isMultiLibArch(arch=a):
                multiLib.append(pkg)
            else:
                singleLib.append(pkg)
        # we should have two lists now - one of singleLib packages
        # one of multilib packages
        # go through each one and find the best package(s)
        for pkglist in [multiLib, singleLib]:
            if len(pkglist) > 0:
                best = pkglist[0]
            else:
                continue
            for pkg in pkglist[1:]:
                best = bestPackage(best, pkg)
            if best is not None:
                returnlist.append(best)
    
    return returnlist

def bestPackage(pkg1, pkg2):
    """compares two package tuples (assumes the names are the same), and returns
       the one with the best version and the best arch, the sorting is:
       for compatible arches, the highest version is best so:
       foo-1.1-1.i686 is better than foo-1.1-1.i386 on an i686 machine
       but foo-1.2-1.alpha is not better than foo-1.1-1.i386 on an i686
       machine and foo-1.3-1.i386 is better than foo-1.1-1.i686 on an i686
       machine."""
    (n1, a1, e1, v1, r1) = pkg1
    (n2, a2, e2, v2, r2) = pkg2
    rc = rpmUtils.miscutils.compareEVR((e1, v1, r1), (e2, v2, r2))
    if rc == 0:
        # tiebreaker
        bestarch = rpmUtils.arch.getBestArchFromList([a1, a2])
        if bestarch is None: # how the hell did this happen?
            return None
        if bestarch == a1:
            return pkg1
        if bestarch == a2:
            return pkg2
    elif rc > 0:
        return pkg1
    elif rc < 0:
        return pkg2
    
# goal for the below is to have a packageobject that can be used by generic
# functions independent of the type of package - ie: installed or available


00173 class YumInstalledPackage:
    """super class for dealing with packages in the rpmdb"""
00175     def __init__(self, hdr):
        """hand in an rpm header, we'll assume it's installed and query from there"""
        self.hdr = hdr
        self.name = self.tagByName('name')
        self.arch = self.tagByName('arch')
        self.epoch = self.doepoch()
        self.version = self.tagByName('version')
        self.release = self.tagByName('release')
        self.pkgtup = self._pkgtup()
        self.repoid = 'installed'
        self.summary = self.tagByName('summary')
        self.description = self.tagByName('description')
        self.pkgid = self.tagByName(rpm.RPMTAG_SHA1HEADER)
    
    def __str__(self):
        if self.epoch == '0':
            val = '%s - %s-%s.%s' % (self.name, self.version, self.release, 
                                        self.arch)
        else:
            val = '%s - %s:%s-%s.%s' % (self.name, self.epoch, self.version,
                                           self.release, self.arch)
        return val

    def tagByName(self, tag):
        data = self.hdr[tag]
        return data
    
    def doepoch(self):
        tmpepoch = self.hdr['epoch']
        if tmpepoch is None:
            epoch = '0'
        else:
            epoch = str(tmpepoch)
        
        return epoch
    
    def returnSimple(self, thing):
        if hasattr(self, thing):
            return getattr(self, thing)
        else:
            return self.tagByName(thing)

    def returnLocalHeader(self):
        return self.hdr


00221     def getProvidesNames(self):
        """returns a list of providesNames"""
        
        provnames = self.tagByName('providename')
        if type(provnames) is not types.ListType():
            if type(provnames) is types.StringType():
                provnames = [provnames]
            else:
                provnames = []

        return provnames

00233     def requiresList(self):
        """return a list of all of the strings of the package requirements"""
        reqlist = []
        names = self.hdr[rpm.RPMTAG_REQUIRENAME]
        flags = self.hdr[rpm.RPMTAG_REQUIREFLAGS]
        ver = self.hdr[rpm.RPMTAG_REQUIREVERSION]
        if names is not None:
            tmplst = zip(names, flags, ver)
        
        for (n, f, v) in tmplst:
            req = rpmUtils.miscutils.formatRequire(n, v, f)
            reqlist.append(req)
        
        return reqlist

    def _pkgtup(self):
        return (self.name, self.arch, self.epoch, self.version, self.release)
    
    def size(self):
        return self.tagByName('size')

00254     def printVer(self):
        """returns a printable version string - including epoch, if it's set"""
        if self.epoch != '0':
            ver = '%s:%s-%s' % (self.epoch, self.version, self.release)
        else:
            ver = '%s-%s' % (self.version, self.release)
        
        return ver
    
    def compactPrint(self):
        ver = self.printVer()
        return "%s.%s %s" % (self.name, self.arch, ver)
    

00268 class YumLocalPackage(YumInstalledPackage):
    """Class to handle an arbitrary package from a file path
       this inherits most things from YumInstalledPackage because
       installed packages and an arbitrary package on disk act very
       much alike. init takes a ts instance and a filename/path 
       to the package."""

    def __init__(self, ts=None, filename=None):
        if ts is None:
            raise Errors.MiscError, \
                 'No Transaction Set Instance for YumLocalPackage instance creation'
        if filename is None:
            raise Errors.MiscError, \
                 'No Filename specified for YumLocalPackage instance creation'
                 
        self.pkgtype = 'local'
        self.localpath = filename
        self.repoid = filename
        try:
            self.hdr = rpmUtils.miscutils.hdrFromPackage(ts, self.localpath)
        except rpmUtils.RpmUtilsError, e:
            raise Errors.MiscError, \
                'Could not open local rpm file: %s' % self.localpath
        self.name = self.tagByName('name')
        self.arch = self.tagByName('arch')
        self.epoch = self.doepoch()
        self.version = self.tagByName('version')
        self.release = self.tagByName('release')
        self.summary = self.tagByName('summary')
        self.description = self.tagByName('description')
        self.pkgtup = self._pkgtup()
        
    
    def _pkgtup(self):
        return (self.name, self.arch, self.epoch, self.version, self.release)
    
    def localPkg(self):
        return self.localpath
    
        


00310 class YumAvailablePackage(repomd.packageObject.PackageObject, repomd.packageObject.RpmBase):
    """derived class for the repomd packageobject and RpmBase packageobject yum
       uses this for dealing with packages in a repository"""

    def __init__(self, pkgdict, repoid):
        repomd.packageObject.PackageObject.__init__(self)
        repomd.packageObject.RpmBase.__init__(self)
        
        self.importFromDict(pkgdict, repoid)
        # quick, common definitions
        self.name = self.returnSimple('name')
        self.epoch = self.returnSimple('epoch')
        self.version = self.returnSimple('version')
        self.release = self.returnSimple('release')
        self.arch = self.returnSimple('arch')
        self.repoid = self.returnSimple('repoid')
        self.pkgtup = self._pkgtup()

    def size(self):
        return self.returnSimple('packagesize')

    def _pkgtup(self):
        return self.returnPackageTuple()

00334     def printVer(self):
        """returns a printable version string - including epoch, if it's set"""
        if self.epoch != '0':
            ver = '%s:%s-%s' % (self.epoch, self.version, self.release)
        else:
            ver = '%s-%s' % (self.version, self.release)
        
        return ver
    
    def compactPrint(self):
        ver = self.printVer()
        return "%s.%s %s" % (self.name, self.arch, ver)

00347     def returnLocalHeader(self):
        """returns an rpm header object from the package object's local
           header cache"""
        
        if os.path.exists(self.localHdr()):
            try: 
                hlist = rpm.readHeaderListFromFile(self.localHdr())
                hdr = hlist[0]
            except (rpm.error, IndexError):
                raise Errors.RepoError, 'Cannot open package header'
        else:
            raise Errors.RepoError, 'Package Header Not Available'

        return hdr

00362     def getProvidesNames(self):
        """returns a list of providesNames"""
        
        provnames = []
        prov = self.returnPrco('provides')
        
        for (name, flag, vertup) in prov:
            provnames.append(name)

        return provnames
       
00373     def localPkg(self):
        """return path to local package (whether it is present there, or not)"""
        if not hasattr(self, 'localpath'):
            repo = base.repos.getRepo(self.repoid)
            remote = self.returnSimple('relativepath')
            rpmfn = os.path.basename(remote)
            self.localpath = repo.pkgdir + '/' + rpmfn
        return self.localpath

00382     def localHdr(self):
        """return path to local cached Header file downloaded from package 
           byte ranges"""
           
        if not hasattr(self, 'hdrpath'):
            repo = base.repos.getRepo(self.repoid)
            pkgpath = self.returnSimple('relativepath')
            pkgname = os.path.basename(pkgpath)
            hdrname = pkgname[:-4] + '.hdr'
            self.hdrpath = repo.hdrdir + '/' + hdrname

        return self.hdrpath
    
00395     def prcoPrintable(self, prcoTuple):
        """convert the prco tuples into a nicer human string"""
        (name, flag, (e, v, r)) = prcoTuple
        flags = {'GT':'>', 'GE':'>=', 'EQ':'=', 'LT':'<', 'LE':'<='}
        if flag is None:
            return name
        
        base = '%s %s ' % (name, flags[flag])
        if e not in [0, '0', None]:
            base += '%s:' % e
        if v is not None:
            base += '%s' % v
        if r is not None:
            base += '-%s' % r
        
        return base
    
00412     def requiresList(self):
        """return a list of requires in normal rpm format"""
        
        reqlist = []
        
        for prcoTuple in self.returnPrco('requires'):
            prcostr = self.prcoPrintable(prcoTuple)
            reqlist.append(prcostr)
        
        return reqlist
        
00423     def importFromDict(self, pkgdict, repoid):
        """handles an mdCache package dictionary item to populate out 
           the package information"""
        
        self.simple['repoid'] = repoid
        # translates from the pkgdict, populating out the information for the
        # packageObject
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'nevra'):
            (n, e, v, r, a) = pkgdict.nevra
            self.simple['name'] = n
            self.simple['epoch'] = e
            self.simple['version'] = v
            self.simple['arch'] = a
            self.simple['release'] = r
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'time'):
            self.simple['buildtime'] = pkgdict.time['build']
            self.simple['filetime'] = pkgdict.time['file']
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'size'):
            self.simple['packagesize'] = pkgdict.size['package']
            self.simple['archivesize'] = pkgdict.size['archive']
            self.simple['installedsize'] = pkgdict.size['installed']
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'location'):
            if pkgdict.location['value'] == '':
                url = None
            else:
                url = pkgdict.location['value']
            
            self.simple['basepath'] = url
            self.simple['relativepath'] = pkgdict.location['href']
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'hdrange'):
            self.simple['hdrstart'] = pkgdict.hdrange['start']
            self.simple['hdrend'] = pkgdict.hdrange['end']
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'info'):
            infodict = pkgdict.info
            for item in ['summary', 'description', 'packager', 'group',
                         'buildhost', 'sourcerpm', 'url', 'vendor']:
                self.simple[item] = infodict[item]
            
            self.licenses.append(infodict['license'])
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'files'):
            for file in pkgdict.files.keys():
                ftype = pkgdict.files[file]
                if not self.files.has_key(ftype):
                    self.files[ftype] = []
                self.files[ftype].append(file)
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'prco'):
            for rtype in pkgdict.prco.keys():
                for rdict in pkgdict.prco[rtype]:
                    name = rdict['name']
                    f = e = v = r  = None
                    if rdict.has_key('flags'): f = rdict['flags']
                    if rdict.has_key('epoch'): e = rdict['epoch']
                    if rdict.has_key('ver'): v = rdict['ver']
                    if rdict.has_key('rel'): r = rdict['rel']
                    self.prco[rtype].append((name, f, (e,v,r)))

        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'changelog'):
            for cdict in pkgdict.changelog:
                date = text = author = None
                if cdict.has_key('date'): date = cdict['date']
                if cdict.has_key('value'): text = cdict['value']
                if cdict.has_key('author'): author = cdict['author']
                self.changelog.append((date, author, text))
        
        if hasattr(pkgdict, 'checksum'):
            ctype = pkgdict.checksum['type']
            csum = pkgdict.checksum['value']
            csumid = pkgdict.checksum['pkgid']
            if csumid is None or csumid.upper() == 'NO':
                csumid = 0
            elif csumid.upper() == 'YES':
                csumid = 1
            else:
                csumid = 0
            self.checksums.append((ctype, csum, csumid))
            
            
        
    
    

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