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# Copyright (C) 2008 The Android Open Source Project
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import contextlib
import datetime
import errno
from http.client import HTTPException
import json
import os
import re
import ssl
import subprocess
import sys
from typing import Union
import urllib.error
import urllib.request
from error import GitError, UploadError
import platform_utils
from repo_trace import Trace
from git_command import GitCommand
from git_refs import R_CHANGES, R_HEADS, R_TAGS
# Prefix that is prepended to all the keys of SyncAnalysisState's data
# that is saved in the config.
SYNC_STATE_PREFIX = 'repo.syncstate.'
ID_RE = re.compile(r'^[0-9a-f]{40}$')
def IsChange(rev):
return rev.startswith(R_CHANGES)
def IsId(rev):
return ID_RE.match(rev)
def IsTag(rev):
return rev.startswith(R_TAGS)
def IsImmutable(rev):
return IsChange(rev) or IsId(rev) or IsTag(rev)
def _key(name):
parts = name.split('.')
if len(parts) < 2:
return name.lower()
parts[0] = parts[0].lower()
parts[-1] = parts[-1].lower()
return '.'.join(parts)
class GitConfig(object):
_ForUser = None
_USER_CONFIG = '~/.gitconfig'
_ForSystem = None
_SYSTEM_CONFIG = '/etc/gitconfig'
def ForSystem(cls):
if cls._ForSystem is None:
cls._ForSystem = cls(configfile=cls._SYSTEM_CONFIG)
return cls._ForSystem
def ForUser(cls):
if cls._ForUser is None:
cls._ForUser = cls(configfile=os.path.expanduser(cls._USER_CONFIG))
return cls._ForUser
def ForRepository(cls, gitdir, defaults=None):
return cls(configfile=os.path.join(gitdir, 'config'),
def __init__(self, configfile, defaults=None, jsonFile=None):
self.file = configfile
self.defaults = defaults
self._cache_dict = None
self._section_dict = None
self._remotes = {}
self._branches = {}
self._json = jsonFile
if self._json is None:
self._json = os.path.join(
'.repo_' + os.path.basename(self.file) + '.json')
def ClearCache(self):
"""Clear the in-memory cache of config."""
self._cache_dict = None
def Has(self, name, include_defaults=True):
"""Return true if this configuration file has the key.
if _key(name) in self._cache:
return True
if include_defaults and self.defaults:
return self.defaults.Has(name, include_defaults=True)
return False
def GetInt(self, name: str) -> Union[int, None]:
"""Returns an integer from the configuration file.
This follows the git config syntax.
name: The key to lookup.
None if the value was not defined, or is not an int.
Otherwise, the number itself.
v = self.GetString(name)
if v is None:
return None
v = v.strip()
mult = 1
if v.endswith('k'):
v = v[:-1]
mult = 1024
elif v.endswith('m'):
v = v[:-1]
mult = 1024 * 1024
elif v.endswith('g'):
v = v[:-1]
mult = 1024 * 1024 * 1024
base = 10
if v.startswith('0x'):
base = 16
return int(v, base=base) * mult
except ValueError:
f"warning: expected {name} to represent an integer, got {v} instead",
return None
def DumpConfigDict(self):
"""Returns the current configuration dict.
Configuration data is information only (e.g. logging) and
should not be considered a stable data-source.
dict of {<key>, <value>} for git configuration cache.
<value> are strings converted by GetString.
config_dict = {}
for key in self._cache:
config_dict[key] = self.GetString(key)
return config_dict
def GetBoolean(self, name: str) -> Union[str, None]:
"""Returns a boolean from the configuration file.
None : The value was not defined, or is not a boolean.
True : The value was set to true or yes.
False: The value was set to false or no.
v = self.GetString(name)
if v is None:
return None
v = v.lower()
if v in ('true', 'yes'):
return True
if v in ('false', 'no'):
return False
print(f"warning: expected {name} to represent a boolean, got {v} instead",
return None
def SetBoolean(self, name, value):
"""Set the truthy value for a key."""
if value is not None:
value = 'true' if value else 'false'
self.SetString(name, value)
def GetString(self, name: str, all_keys: bool = False) -> Union[str, None]:
"""Get the first value for a key, or None if it is not defined.
This configuration file is used first, if the key is not
defined or all_keys = True then the defaults are also searched.
v = self._cache[_key(name)]
except KeyError:
if self.defaults:
return self.defaults.GetString(name, all_keys=all_keys)
v = []
if not all_keys:
if v:
return v[0]
return None
r = []
if self.defaults:
r.extend(self.defaults.GetString(name, all_keys=True))
return r
def SetString(self, name, value):
"""Set the value(s) for a key.
Only this configuration file is modified.
The supplied value should be either a string, or a list of strings (to
store multiple values), or None (to delete the key).
key = _key(name)
old = self._cache[key]
except KeyError:
old = []
if value is None:
if old:
del self._cache[key]
self._do('--unset-all', name)
elif isinstance(value, list):
if len(value) == 0:
self.SetString(name, None)
elif len(value) == 1:
self.SetString(name, value[0])
elif old != value:
self._cache[key] = list(value)
self._do('--replace-all', name, value[0])
for i in range(1, len(value)):
self._do('--add', name, value[i])
elif len(old) != 1 or old[0] != value:
self._cache[key] = [value]
self._do('--replace-all', name, value)
def GetRemote(self, name):
"""Get the remote.$name.* configuration values as an object.
r = self._remotes[name]
except KeyError:
r = Remote(self, name)
self._remotes[] = r
return r
def GetBranch(self, name):
"""Get the branch.$name.* configuration values as an object.
b = self._branches[name]
except KeyError:
b = Branch(self, name)
self._branches[] = b
return b
def GetSyncAnalysisStateData(self):
"""Returns data to be logged for the analysis of sync performance."""
return {k: v for k, v in self.DumpConfigDict().items() if k.startswith(SYNC_STATE_PREFIX)}
def UpdateSyncAnalysisState(self, options, superproject_logging_data):
"""Update Config's SYNC_STATE_PREFIX* data with the latest sync data.
options: Options passed to sync returned from optparse. See _Options().
superproject_logging_data: A dictionary of superproject data that is to be logged.
SyncAnalysisState object.
return SyncAnalysisState(self, options, superproject_logging_data)
def GetSubSections(self, section):
"""List all subsection names matching $section.*.*
return self._sections.get(section, set())
def HasSection(self, section, subsection=''):
"""Does at least one key in section.subsection exist?
return subsection in self._sections[section]
except KeyError:
return False
def UrlInsteadOf(self, url):
"""Resolve any url.*.insteadof references.
for new_url in self.GetSubSections('url'):
for old_url in self.GetString('url.%s.insteadof' % new_url, True):
if old_url is not None and url.startswith(old_url):
return new_url + url[len(old_url):]
return url
def _sections(self):
d = self._section_dict
if d is None:
d = {}
for name in self._cache.keys():
p = name.split('.')
if 2 == len(p):
section = p[0]
subsect = ''
section = p[0]
subsect = '.'.join(p[1:-1])
if section not in d:
d[section] = set()
self._section_dict = d
return d
def _cache(self):
if self._cache_dict is None:
self._cache_dict = self._Read()
return self._cache_dict
def _Read(self):
d = self._ReadJson()
if d is None:
d = self._ReadGit()
return d
def _ReadJson(self):
if os.path.getmtime(self._json) <= os.path.getmtime(self.file):
return None
except OSError:
return None
with Trace(': parsing %s', self.file):
with open(self._json) as fd:
return json.load(fd)
except (IOError, ValueError):
platform_utils.remove(self._json, missing_ok=True)
return None
def _SaveJson(self, cache):
with open(self._json, 'w') as fd:
json.dump(cache, fd, indent=2)
except (IOError, TypeError):
platform_utils.remove(self._json, missing_ok=True)
def _ReadGit(self):
Read configuration data from git.
This internal method populates the GitConfig cache.
c = {}
if not os.path.exists(self.file):
return c
d = self._do('--null', '--list')
for line in d.rstrip('\0').split('\0'):
if '\n' in line:
key, val = line.split('\n', 1)
key = line
val = None
if key in c:
c[key] = [val]
return c
def _do(self, *args):
if self.file == self._SYSTEM_CONFIG:
command = ['config', '--system', '--includes']
command = ['config', '--file', self.file, '--includes']
p = GitCommand(None,
if p.Wait() == 0:
return p.stdout
raise GitError('git config %s: %s' % (str(args), p.stderr))
class RepoConfig(GitConfig):
"""User settings for repo itself."""
_USER_CONFIG = '~/.repoconfig/config'
class RefSpec(object):
"""A Git refspec line, split into its components:
forced: True if the line starts with '+'
src: Left side of the line
dst: Right side of the line
def FromString(cls, rs):
lhs, rhs = rs.split(':', 2)
if lhs.startswith('+'):
lhs = lhs[1:]
forced = True
forced = False
return cls(forced, lhs, rhs)
def __init__(self, forced, lhs, rhs):
self.forced = forced
self.src = lhs
self.dst = rhs
def SourceMatches(self, rev):
if self.src:
if rev == self.src:
return True
if self.src.endswith('/*') and rev.startswith(self.src[:-1]):
return True
return False
def DestMatches(self, ref):
if self.dst:
if ref == self.dst:
return True
if self.dst.endswith('/*') and ref.startswith(self.dst[:-1]):
return True
return False
def MapSource(self, rev):
if self.src.endswith('/*'):
return self.dst[:-1] + rev[len(self.src) - 1:]
return self.dst
def __str__(self):
s = ''
if self.forced:
s += '+'
if self.src:
s += self.src
if self.dst:
s += ':'
s += self.dst
return s
URI_ALL = re.compile(r'^([a-z][a-z+-]*)://([^@/]*@?[^/]*)/')
def GetSchemeFromUrl(url):
m = URI_ALL.match(url)
if m:
return None
def GetUrlCookieFile(url, quiet):
if url.startswith('persistent-'):
p = subprocess.Popen(
['git-remote-persistent-https', '-print_config', url],
stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
cookieprefix = 'http.cookiefile='
proxyprefix = 'http.proxy='
cookiefile = None
proxy = None
for line in p.stdout:
line = line.strip().decode('utf-8')
if line.startswith(cookieprefix):
cookiefile = os.path.expanduser(line[len(cookieprefix):])
if line.startswith(proxyprefix):
proxy = line[len(proxyprefix):]
# Leave subprocess open, as cookie file may be transient.
if cookiefile or proxy:
yield cookiefile, proxy
if p.wait():
err_msg ='utf-8')
if ' -print_config' in err_msg:
pass # Persistent proxy doesn't support -print_config.
elif not quiet:
print(err_msg, file=sys.stderr)
except OSError as e:
if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
pass # No persistent proxy.
cookiefile = GitConfig.ForUser().GetString('http.cookiefile')
if cookiefile:
cookiefile = os.path.expanduser(cookiefile)
yield cookiefile, None
class Remote(object):
"""Configuration options related to a remote.
def __init__(self, config, name):
self._config = config = name
self.url = self._Get('url')
self.pushUrl = self._Get('pushurl') = self._Get('review')
self.projectname = self._Get('projectname')
self.fetch = list(map(RefSpec.FromString,
self._Get('fetch', all_keys=True)))
self._review_url = None
def _InsteadOf(self):
globCfg = GitConfig.ForUser()
urlList = globCfg.GetSubSections('url')
longest = ""
longestUrl = ""
for url in urlList:
key = "url." + url + ".insteadOf"
insteadOfList = globCfg.GetString(key, all_keys=True)
for insteadOf in insteadOfList:
if (self.url.startswith(insteadOf)
and len(insteadOf) > len(longest)):
longest = insteadOf
longestUrl = url
if len(longest) == 0:
return self.url
return self.url.replace(longest, longestUrl, 1)
def PreConnectFetch(self, ssh_proxy):
"""Run any setup for this remote before we connect to it.
In practice, if the remote is using SSH, we'll attempt to create a new
SSH master session to it for reuse across projects.
ssh_proxy: The SSH settings for managing master sessions.
Whether the preconnect phase for this remote was successful.
if not ssh_proxy:
return True
connectionUrl = self._InsteadOf()
return ssh_proxy.preconnect(connectionUrl)
def ReviewUrl(self, userEmail, validate_certs):
if self._review_url is None:
if is None:
return None
u =
if u.startswith('persistent-'):
u = u[len('persistent-'):]
if u.split(':')[0] not in ('http', 'https', 'sso', 'ssh'):
u = 'http://%s' % u
if u.endswith('/Gerrit'):
u = u[:len(u) - len('/Gerrit')]
if u.endswith('/ssh_info'):
u = u[:len(u) - len('/ssh_info')]
if not u.endswith('/'):
u += '/'
http_url = u
self._review_url = REVIEW_CACHE[u]
elif 'REPO_HOST_PORT_INFO' in os.environ:
host, port = os.environ['REPO_HOST_PORT_INFO'].split()
self._review_url = self._SshReviewUrl(userEmail, host, port)
REVIEW_CACHE[u] = self._review_url
elif u.startswith('sso:') or u.startswith('ssh:'):
self._review_url = u # Assume it's right
REVIEW_CACHE[u] = self._review_url
elif 'REPO_IGNORE_SSH_INFO' in os.environ:
self._review_url = http_url
REVIEW_CACHE[u] = self._review_url
info_url = u + 'ssh_info'
if not validate_certs:
context = ssl._create_unverified_context()
info = urllib.request.urlopen(info_url, context=context).read()
info = urllib.request.urlopen(info_url).read()
if info == b'NOT_AVAILABLE' or b'<' in info:
# If `info` contains '<', we assume the server gave us some sort
# of HTML response back, like maybe a login page.
# Assume HTTP if SSH is not enabled or ssh_info doesn't look right.
self._review_url = http_url
info = info.decode('utf-8')
host, port = info.split()
self._review_url = self._SshReviewUrl(userEmail, host, port)
except urllib.error.HTTPError as e:
raise UploadError('%s: %s' % (, str(e)))
except urllib.error.URLError as e:
raise UploadError('%s: %s' % (, str(e)))
except HTTPException as e:
raise UploadError('%s: %s' % (, e.__class__.__name__))
REVIEW_CACHE[u] = self._review_url
return self._review_url + self.projectname
def _SshReviewUrl(self, userEmail, host, port):
username = self._config.GetString('review.%s.username' %
if username is None:
username = userEmail.split('@')[0]
return 'ssh://%s@%s:%s/' % (username, host, port)
def ToLocal(self, rev):
"""Convert a remote revision string to something we have locally.
if == '.' or IsId(rev):
return rev
if not rev.startswith('refs/'):
rev = R_HEADS + rev
for spec in self.fetch:
if spec.SourceMatches(rev):
return spec.MapSource(rev)
if not rev.startswith(R_HEADS):
return rev
raise GitError('%s: remote %s does not have %s' %
(self.projectname,, rev))
def WritesTo(self, ref):
"""True if the remote stores to the tracking ref.
for spec in self.fetch:
if spec.DestMatches(ref):
return True
return False
def ResetFetch(self, mirror=False):
"""Set the fetch refspec to its default value.
if mirror:
dst = 'refs/heads/*'
dst = 'refs/remotes/%s/*' %
self.fetch = [RefSpec(True, 'refs/heads/*', dst)]
def Save(self):
"""Save this remote to the configuration.
self._Set('url', self.url)
if self.pushUrl is not None:
self._Set('pushurl', self.pushUrl + '/' + self.projectname)
self._Set('pushurl', self.pushUrl)
self._Set('projectname', self.projectname)
self._Set('fetch', list(map(str, self.fetch)))
def _Set(self, key, value):
key = 'remote.%s.%s' % (, key)
return self._config.SetString(key, value)
def _Get(self, key, all_keys=False):
key = 'remote.%s.%s' % (, key)
return self._config.GetString(key, all_keys=all_keys)
class Branch(object):
"""Configuration options related to a single branch.
def __init__(self, config, name):
self._config = config = name
self.merge = self._Get('merge')
r = self._Get('remote')
if r:
self.remote = self._config.GetRemote(r)
self.remote = None
def LocalMerge(self):
"""Convert the merge spec to a local name.
if self.remote and self.merge:
return self.remote.ToLocal(self.merge)
return None
def Save(self):
"""Save this branch back into the configuration.
if self._config.HasSection('branch',
if self.remote:
self._Set('remote', None)
self._Set('merge', self.merge)
with open(self._config.file, 'a') as fd:
fd.write('[branch "%s"]\n' %
if self.remote:
fd.write('\tremote = %s\n' %
if self.merge:
fd.write('\tmerge = %s\n' % self.merge)
def _Set(self, key, value):
key = 'branch.%s.%s' % (, key)
return self._config.SetString(key, value)
def _Get(self, key, all_keys=False):
key = 'branch.%s.%s' % (, key)
return self._config.GetString(key, all_keys=all_keys)
class SyncAnalysisState:
"""Configuration options related to logging of sync state for analysis.
This object is versioned.
def __init__(self, config, options, superproject_logging_data):
"""Initializes SyncAnalysisState.
Saves the following data into the |config| object.
- sys.argv, options, superproject's logging data.
- repo.*, branch.* and remote.* parameters from config object.
- Current time as synctime.
- Version number of the object.
All the keys saved by this object are prepended with SYNC_STATE_PREFIX.
config: GitConfig object to store all options.
options: Options passed to sync returned from optparse. See _Options().
superproject_logging_data: A dictionary of superproject data that is to be logged.
self._config = config
now = datetime.datetime.utcnow()
self._Set('main.synctime', now.isoformat() + 'Z')
self._Set('main.version', '1')
self._Set('sys.argv', sys.argv)
for key, value in superproject_logging_data.items():
self._Set(f'superproject.{key}', value)
for key, value in options.__dict__.items():
self._Set(f'options.{key}', value)
config_items = config.DumpConfigDict().items()
EXTRACT_NAMESPACES = {'repo', 'branch', 'remote'}
self._SetDictionary({k: v for k, v in config_items
if not k.startswith(SYNC_STATE_PREFIX) and
k.split('.', 1)[0] in EXTRACT_NAMESPACES})
def _SetDictionary(self, data):
"""Save all key/value pairs of |data| dictionary.
data: A dictionary whose key/value are to be saved.
for key, value in data.items():
self._Set(key, value)
def _Set(self, key, value):
"""Set the |value| for a |key| in the |_config| member.
|key| is prepended with the value of SYNC_STATE_PREFIX constant.
key: Name of the key.
value: |value| could be of any type. If it is 'bool', it will be saved
as a Boolean and for all other types, it will be saved as a String.
if value is None:
sync_key = f'{SYNC_STATE_PREFIX}{key}'
sync_key = sync_key.replace('_', '')
if isinstance(value, str):
self._config.SetString(sync_key, value)
elif isinstance(value, bool):
self._config.SetBoolean(sync_key, value)
self._config.SetString(sync_key, str(value))