How to use _build_egg_using_setup_py method in autotest

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...142 raise Error('Missing OS requirements for %s. (see above)' %143 def _build_and_install_current_dir_setup_py(self, install_dir):145 """For use as a _build_and_install_current_dir implementation."""146 egg_path = self._build_egg_using_setup_py(setup_py='')147 if not egg_path:148 return False149 return self._install_from_egg(install_dir, egg_path)150 def _build_and_install_current_dir_setupegg_py(self, install_dir):151 """For use as a _build_and_install_current_dir implementation."""152 egg_path = self._build_egg_using_setup_py(setup_py='')153 if not egg_path:154 return False155 return self._install_from_egg(install_dir, egg_path)156 def _build_and_install_current_dir_noegg(self, install_dir):157 if not self._build_using_setup_py():158 return False159 return self._install_using_setup_py_and_rsync(install_dir)160 def _build_and_install_from_package(self, install_dir):161 """162 This method may be used as a _build_and_install() implementation163 for subclasses if they implement _build_and_install_current_dir().164 Extracts the .tar.gz file, chdirs into the extracted directory165 (which is assumed to match the tar filename) and calls166 _build_and_isntall_current_dir from there.167 Afterwards the build (regardless of failure) extracted .tar.gz168 directory is cleaned up.169 :return: True on success, False otherwise.170 :raise OSError If the expected extraction directory does not exist.171 """172 self._extract_compressed_package()173 if self.verified_package.endswith('.tar.gz'):174 extension = '.tar.gz'175 elif self.verified_package.endswith('.tar.bz2'):176 extension = '.tar.bz2'177 elif self.verified_package.endswith('.zip'):178 extension = '.zip'179 else:180 raise Error('Unexpected package file extension on %s' %181 self.verified_package)182 os.chdir(os.path.dirname(self.verified_package))183 os.chdir(self.local_filename[:-len(extension)])184 extracted_dir = os.getcwd()185 try:186 return self._build_and_install_current_dir(install_dir)187 finally:188 os.chdir(os.path.join(extracted_dir, '..'))189 shutil.rmtree(extracted_dir)190 def _extract_compressed_package(self):191 """Extract the fetched compressed .tar or .zip within its directory."""192 if not self.verified_package:193 raise Error('Package must have been fetched first.')194 os.chdir(os.path.dirname(self.verified_package))195 if self.verified_package.endswith('gz'):196 status = system("tar -xzf '%s'" % self.verified_package)197 elif self.verified_package.endswith('bz2'):198 status = system("tar -xjf '%s'" % self.verified_package)199 elif self.verified_package.endswith('zip'):200 status = system("unzip '%s'" % self.verified_package)201 else:202 raise Error('Unknown compression suffix on %s.' %203 self.verified_package)204 if status:205 raise Error('tar failed with %s' % (status,))206 def _build_using_setup_py(self, setup_py=''):207 """208 Assuming the cwd is the extracted python package, execute a simple209 python build.210 :param setup_py - The name of the file to execute.211 :return: True on success, False otherwise.212 """213 if not os.path.exists(setup_py):214 raise Error('%s does not exist in %s' % (setup_py, os.getcwd()))215 status = system("'%s' %s build" % (sys.executable, setup_py))216 if status:217 logging.error('%s build failed.' % return False219 return True220 def _build_egg_using_setup_py(self, setup_py=''):221 """222 Assuming the cwd is the extracted python package, execute a simple223 python bdist_egg.224 :param setup_py - The name of the file to execute.225 :return: The relative path to the resulting egg file or '' on failure.226 """227 if not os.path.exists(setup_py):228 raise Error('%s does not exist in %s' % (setup_py, os.getcwd()))229 egg_subdir = 'dist'230 if os.path.isdir(egg_subdir):231 shutil.rmtree(egg_subdir)232 status = system("'%s' %s bdist_egg" % (sys.executable, setup_py))233 if status:234 logging.error('bdist_egg of setuptools failed.')235 return ''236 # I've never seen a bdist_egg lay multiple .egg files.237 for filename in os.listdir(egg_subdir):238 if filename.endswith('.egg'):239 return os.path.join(egg_subdir, filename)240 def _install_from_egg(self, install_dir, egg_path):241 """242 Install a module from an egg file by unzipping the necessary parts243 into install_dir.244 :param install_dir - The installation directory.245 :param egg_path - The pathname of the egg file.246 """247 status = system("unzip -q -o -d '%s' '%s'" % (install_dir, egg_path))248 if status:249 logging.error('unzip of %s failed', egg_path)250 return False251 egg_info = os.path.join(install_dir, 'EGG-INFO')252 if os.path.isdir(egg_info):253 shutil.rmtree(egg_info)254 return True255 def _get_temp_dir(self):256 return tempfile.mkdtemp(dir='/var/tmp')257 def _site_packages_path(self, temp_dir):258 # This makes assumptions about what python install259 # does when given a prefix. Is this always correct?260 python_xy = 'python%s' % sys.version[:3]261 return os.path.join(temp_dir, 'lib', python_xy, 'site-packages')262 def _install_using_setup_py_and_rsync(self, install_dir,263 setup_py='',264 temp_dir=None):265 """266 Assuming the cwd is the extracted python package, execute a simple:267 python install --prefix=BLA268 BLA will be a temporary directory that everything installed will269 be picked out of and rsynced to the appropriate place under270 install_dir afterwards.271 Afterwards, it deconstructs the extra lib/pythonX.Y/site-packages/272 directory tree that setuptools created and moves all installed273 site-packages directly up into install_dir itself.274 :param install_dir the directory for the install to happen under.275 :param setup_py - The name of the file to execute.276 :return: True on success, False otherwise.277 """278 if not os.path.exists(setup_py):279 raise Error('%s does not exist in %s' % (setup_py, os.getcwd()))280 if temp_dir is None:281 temp_dir = self._get_temp_dir()282 try:283 status = system("'%s' %s install --no-compile --prefix='%s'"284 % (sys.executable, setup_py, temp_dir))285 if status:286 logging.error('%s install failed.' % return False288 if os.path.isdir(os.path.join(temp_dir, 'lib')):289 # NOTE: This ignores anything outside of the lib/ dir that290 # was installed.291 temp_site_dir = self._site_packages_path(temp_dir)292 else:293 temp_site_dir = temp_dir294 status = system("rsync -r '%s/' '%s/'" %295 (temp_site_dir, install_dir))296 if status:297 logging.error('%s rsync to install_dir failed.' % return False299 return True300 finally:301 shutil.rmtree(temp_dir)302 def _build_using_make(self, install_dir):303 """Build the current package using configure/make.304 :return: True on success, False otherwise.305 """306 install_prefix = os.path.join(install_dir, 'usr', 'local')307 status = system('./configure --prefix=%s' % install_prefix)308 if status:309 logging.error('./configure failed for %s', return False311 status = system('make')312 if status:313 logging.error('make failed for %s', return False315 status = system('make check')316 if status:317 logging.error('make check failed for %s', return False319 return True320 def _install_using_make(self):321 """Install the current package using make install.322 Assumes the install path was set up while running ./configure (in323 _build_using_make()).324 :return: True on success, False otherwise.325 """326 status = system('make install')327 return status == 0328 def fetch(self, dest_dir):329 """330 Fetch the package from one its URLs and save it in dest_dir.331 If the the package already exists in dest_dir and the checksum332 matches this code will not fetch it again.333 Sets the 'verified_package' attribute with the destination pathname.334 :param dest_dir - The destination directory to save the local file.335 If it does not exist it will be created.336 :return: A boolean indicating if we the package is now in dest_dir.337 :raise FetchError - When something unexpected happens.338 """339 if not os.path.exists(dest_dir):340 os.makedirs(dest_dir)341 local_path = os.path.join(dest_dir, self.local_filename)342 # If the package exists, verify its checksum and be happy if it is good.343 if os.path.exists(local_path):344 actual_hex_sum = _checksum_file(local_path)345 if self.hex_sum == actual_hex_sum:346'Good checksum for existing %s package.',347 self.verified_package = local_path349 return True350 logging.warning('Bad checksum for existing %s package. '351 'Re-downloading', os.rename(local_path, local_path + '.wrong-checksum')353 # Download the package from one of its urls, rejecting any if the354 # checksum does not match.355 for url in self.urls:356'Fetching %s', url)357 try:358 url_file = urllib2.urlopen(url)359 except (urllib2.URLError, EnvironmentError):360 logging.warning('Could not fetch %s package from %s.',361, url)362 continue363 data_length = int('Content-Length',364 _MAX_PACKAGE_SIZE))365 if data_length <= 0 or data_length > _MAX_PACKAGE_SIZE:366 raise FetchError('%s from %s fails Content-Length %d '367 'sanity check.' % (, url,368 data_length))369 checksum = utils.hash('sha1')370 total_read = 0371 output = open(local_path, 'wb')372 try:373 while total_read < data_length:374 data = if not data:376 break377 output.write(data)378 checksum.update(data)379 total_read += len(data)380 finally:381 output.close()382 if self.hex_sum != checksum.hexdigest():383 logging.warning('Bad checksum for %s fetched from %s.',384, url)385 logging.warning('Got %s', checksum.hexdigest())386 logging.warning('Expected %s', self.hex_sum)387 os.unlink(local_path)388 continue389'Good checksum.')390 self.verified_package = local_path391 return True392 else:393 return False394# NOTE: This class definition must come -before- all other ExternalPackage395# classes that need to use this version of setuptools so that is is inserted396# into the ExternalPackage.subclasses list before them.397class SetuptoolsPackage(ExternalPackage):398 # For all known setuptools releases a string compare works for the399 # version string. Hopefully they never release a 0.10. (Their own400 # version comparison code would break if they did.)401 # Any system with setuptools > 0.6 is fine. If none installed, then402 # try to install the latest found on the upstream.403 minimum_version = '0.6'404 version = '0.6c11'405 urls = (''406 'setuptools-%s.tar.gz' % (version,),)407 local_filename = 'setuptools-%s.tar.gz' % version408 hex_sum = '8d1ad6384d358c547c50c60f1bfdb3362c6c4a7d'409 SUDO_SLEEP_DELAY = 15410 def _build_and_install(self, install_dir):411 """Install setuptools on the system."""412'NOTE: setuptools install does not use install_dir.')413 return self._build_and_install_from_package(install_dir)414 def _build_and_install_current_dir(self, install_dir):415 egg_path = self._build_egg_using_setup_py()416 if not egg_path:417 return False418 print '!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!\n'419 print 'About to run sudo to install setuptools', self.version420 print 'on your system for use by', sys.executable, '\n'421 print '!! ^C within', self.SUDO_SLEEP_DELAY, 'seconds to abort.\n'422 time.sleep(self.SUDO_SLEEP_DELAY)423 # Copy the egg to the local filesystem /var/tmp so that root can424 # access it properly (avoid NFS squashroot issues).425 temp_dir = self._get_temp_dir()426 try:427 shutil.copy(egg_path, temp_dir)428 egg_name = os.path.split(egg_path)[1]429 temp_egg = os.path.join(temp_dir, egg_name)...

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