Source code for packaging.specifiers

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from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

import abc
import functools
import itertools
import re

from ._compat import string_types, with_metaclass
from .version import Version, LegacyVersion, parse


[docs]class InvalidSpecifier(ValueError): """ An invalid specifier was found, users should refer to PEP 440. """
class BaseSpecifier(with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta, object)): @abc.abstractmethod def __str__(self): """ Returns the str representation of this Specifier like object. This should be representative of the Specifier itself. """ @abc.abstractmethod def __hash__(self): """ Returns a hash value for this Specifier like object. """ @abc.abstractmethod def __eq__(self, other): """ Returns a boolean representing whether or not the two Specifier like objects are equal. """ @abc.abstractmethod def __ne__(self, other): """ Returns a boolean representing whether or not the two Specifier like objects are not equal. """ @abc.abstractproperty def prereleases(self): """ Returns whether or not pre-releases as a whole are allowed by this specifier. """ @prereleases.setter def prereleases(self, value): """ Sets whether or not pre-releases as a whole are allowed by this specifier. """ @abc.abstractmethod def contains(self, item, prereleases=None): """ Determines if the given item is contained within this specifier. """ @abc.abstractmethod def filter(self, iterable, prereleases=None): """ Takes an iterable of items and filters them so that only items which are contained within this specifier are allowed in it. """ class _IndividualSpecifier(BaseSpecifier): _operators = {} def __init__(self, spec="", prereleases=None): match = self._regex.search(spec) if not match: raise InvalidSpecifier("Invalid specifier: '{0}'".format(spec)) self._spec = ( match.group("operator").strip(), match.group("version").strip(), ) # Store whether or not this Specifier should accept prereleases self._prereleases = prereleases def __repr__(self): pre = ( ", prereleases={0!r}".format(self.prereleases) if self._prereleases is not None else "" ) return "<{0}({1!r}{2})>".format( self.__class__.__name__, str(self), pre, ) def __str__(self): return "{0}{1}".format(*self._spec) def __hash__(self): return hash(self._spec) def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, string_types): try: other = self.__class__(other) except InvalidSpecifier: return NotImplemented elif not isinstance(other, self.__class__): return NotImplemented return self._spec == other._spec def __ne__(self, other): if isinstance(other, string_types): try: other = self.__class__(other) except InvalidSpecifier: return NotImplemented elif not isinstance(other, self.__class__): return NotImplemented return self._spec != other._spec def _get_operator(self, op): return getattr(self, "_compare_{0}".format(self._operators[op])) def _coerce_version(self, version): if not isinstance(version, (LegacyVersion, Version)): version = parse(version) return version @property def operator(self): return self._spec[0] @property def version(self): return self._spec[1] @property def prereleases(self): return self._prereleases @prereleases.setter def prereleases(self, value): self._prereleases = value def __contains__(self, item): return self.contains(item) def contains(self, item, prereleases=None): # Determine if prereleases are to be allowed or not. if prereleases is None: prereleases = self.prereleases # Normalize item to a Version or LegacyVersion, this allows us to have # a shortcut for ``"2.0" in Specifier(">=2") item = self._coerce_version(item) # Determine if we should be supporting prereleases in this specifier # or not, if we do not support prereleases than we can short circuit # logic if this version is a prereleases. if item.is_prerelease and not prereleases: return False # Actually do the comparison to determine if this item is contained # within this Specifier or not. return self._get_operator(self.operator)(item, self.version) def filter(self, iterable, prereleases=None): yielded = False found_prereleases = [] kw = {"prereleases": prereleases if prereleases is not None else True} # Attempt to iterate over all the values in the iterable and if any of # them match, yield them. for version in iterable: parsed_version = self._coerce_version(version) if self.contains(parsed_version, **kw): # If our version is a prerelease, and we were not set to allow # prereleases, then we'll store it for later incase nothing # else matches this specifier. if (parsed_version.is_prerelease and not (prereleases or self.prereleases)): found_prereleases.append(version) # Either this is not a prerelease, or we should have been # accepting prereleases from the beginning. else: yielded = True yield version # Now that we've iterated over everything, determine if we've yielded # any values, and if we have not and we have any prereleases stored up # then we will go ahead and yield the prereleases. if not yielded and found_prereleases: for version in found_prereleases: yield version
[docs]class LegacySpecifier(_IndividualSpecifier): _regex_str = ( r""" (?P<operator>(==|!=|<=|>=|<|>)) \s* (?P<version> [^,;\s)]* # Since this is a "legacy" specifier, and the version # string can be just about anything, we match everything # except for whitespace, a semi-colon for marker support, # a closing paren since versions can be enclosed in # them, and a comma since it's a version separator. ) """ ) _regex = re.compile( r"^\s*" + _regex_str + r"\s*$", re.VERBOSE | re.IGNORECASE) _operators = { "==": "equal", "!=": "not_equal", "<=": "less_than_equal", ">=": "greater_than_equal", "<": "less_than", ">": "greater_than", } def _coerce_version(self, version): if not isinstance(version, LegacyVersion): version = LegacyVersion(str(version)) return version def _compare_equal(self, prospective, spec): return prospective == self._coerce_version(spec) def _compare_not_equal(self, prospective, spec): return prospective != self._coerce_version(spec) def _compare_less_than_equal(self, prospective, spec): return prospective <= self._coerce_version(spec) def _compare_greater_than_equal(self, prospective, spec): return prospective >= self._coerce_version(spec) def _compare_less_than(self, prospective, spec): return prospective < self._coerce_version(spec) def _compare_greater_than(self, prospective, spec): return prospective > self._coerce_version(spec)
def _require_version_compare(fn): @functools.wraps(fn) def wrapped(self, prospective, spec): if not isinstance(prospective, Version): return False return fn(self, prospective, spec) return wrapped
[docs]class Specifier(_IndividualSpecifier): _regex_str = ( r""" (?P<operator>(~=|==|!=|<=|>=|<|>|===)) (?P<version> (?: # The identity operators allow for an escape hatch that will # do an exact string match of the version you wish to install. # This will not be parsed by PEP 440 and we cannot determine # any semantic meaning from it. This operator is discouraged # but included entirely as an escape hatch. (?<====) # Only match for the identity operator \s* [^\s]* # We just match everything, except for whitespace # since we are only testing for strict identity. ) | (?: # The (non)equality operators allow for wild card and local # versions to be specified so we have to define these two # operators separately to enable that. (?<===|!=) # Only match for equals and not equals \s* v? (?:[0-9]+!)? # epoch [0-9]+(?:\.[0-9]+)* # release (?: # pre release [-_\.]? (a|b|c|rc|alpha|beta|pre|preview) [-_\.]? [0-9]* )? (?: # post release (?:-[0-9]+)|(?:[-_\.]?(post|rev|r)[-_\.]?[0-9]*) )? # You cannot use a wild card and a dev or local version # together so group them with a | and make them optional. (?: (?:[-_\.]?dev[-_\.]?[0-9]*)? # dev release (?:\+[a-z0-9]+(?:[-_\.][a-z0-9]+)*)? # local | \.\* # Wild card syntax of .* )? ) | (?: # The compatible operator requires at least two digits in the # release segment. (?<=~=) # Only match for the compatible operator \s* v? (?:[0-9]+!)? # epoch [0-9]+(?:\.[0-9]+)+ # release (We have a + instead of a *) (?: # pre release [-_\.]? (a|b|c|rc|alpha|beta|pre|preview) [-_\.]? [0-9]* )? (?: # post release (?:-[0-9]+)|(?:[-_\.]?(post|rev|r)[-_\.]?[0-9]*) )? (?:[-_\.]?dev[-_\.]?[0-9]*)? # dev release ) | (?: # All other operators only allow a sub set of what the # (non)equality operators do. Specifically they do not allow # local versions to be specified nor do they allow the prefix # matching wild cards. (?<!==|!=|~=) # We have special cases for these # operators so we want to make sure they # don't match here. \s* v? (?:[0-9]+!)? # epoch [0-9]+(?:\.[0-9]+)* # release (?: # pre release [-_\.]? (a|b|c|rc|alpha|beta|pre|preview) [-_\.]? [0-9]* )? (?: # post release (?:-[0-9]+)|(?:[-_\.]?(post|rev|r)[-_\.]?[0-9]*) )? (?:[-_\.]?dev[-_\.]?[0-9]*)? # dev release ) ) """ ) _regex = re.compile( r"^\s*" + _regex_str + r"\s*$", re.VERBOSE | re.IGNORECASE) _operators = { "~=": "compatible", "==": "equal", "!=": "not_equal", "<=": "less_than_equal", ">=": "greater_than_equal", "<": "less_than", ">": "greater_than", "===": "arbitrary", } @_require_version_compare def _compare_compatible(self, prospective, spec): # Compatible releases have an equivalent combination of >= and ==. That # is that ~=2.2 is equivalent to >=2.2,==2.*. This allows us to # implement this in terms of the other specifiers instead of # implementing it ourselves. The only thing we need to do is construct # the other specifiers. # We want everything but the last item in the version, but we want to # ignore post and dev releases and we want to treat the pre-release as # it's own separate segment. prefix = ".".join( list( itertools.takewhile( lambda x: (not x.startswith("post") and not x.startswith("dev")), _version_split(spec), ) )[:-1] ) # Add the prefix notation to the end of our string prefix += ".*" return (self._get_operator(">=")(prospective, spec) and self._get_operator("==")(prospective, prefix)) @_require_version_compare def _compare_equal(self, prospective, spec): # We need special logic to handle prefix matching if spec.endswith(".*"): # In the case of prefix matching we want to ignore local segment. prospective = Version(prospective.public) # Split the spec out by dots, and pretend that there is an implicit # dot in between a release segment and a pre-release segment. spec = _version_split(spec[:-2]) # Remove the trailing .* # Split the prospective version out by dots, and pretend that there # is an implicit dot in between a release segment and a pre-release # segment. prospective = _version_split(str(prospective)) # Shorten the prospective version to be the same length as the spec # so that we can determine if the specifier is a prefix of the # prospective version or not. prospective = prospective[:len(spec)] # Pad out our two sides with zeros so that they both equal the same # length. spec, prospective = _pad_version(spec, prospective) else: # Convert our spec string into a Version spec = Version(spec) # If the specifier does not have a local segment, then we want to # act as if the prospective version also does not have a local # segment. if not spec.local: prospective = Version(prospective.public) return prospective == spec @_require_version_compare def _compare_not_equal(self, prospective, spec): return not self._compare_equal(prospective, spec) @_require_version_compare def _compare_less_than_equal(self, prospective, spec): return prospective <= Version(spec) @_require_version_compare def _compare_greater_than_equal(self, prospective, spec): return prospective >= Version(spec) @_require_version_compare def _compare_less_than(self, prospective, spec): # Convert our spec to a Version instance, since we'll want to work with # it as a version. spec = Version(spec) # Check to see if the prospective version is less than the spec # version. If it's not we can short circuit and just return False now # instead of doing extra unneeded work. if not prospective < spec: return False # This special case is here so that, unless the specifier itself # includes is a pre-release version, that we do not accept pre-release # versions for the version mentioned in the specifier (e.g. <3.1 should # not match 3.1.dev0, but should match 3.0.dev0). if not spec.is_prerelease and prospective.is_prerelease: if Version(prospective.base_version) == Version(spec.base_version): return False # If we've gotten to here, it means that prospective version is both # less than the spec version *and* it's not a pre-release of the same # version in the spec. return True @_require_version_compare def _compare_greater_than(self, prospective, spec): # Convert our spec to a Version instance, since we'll want to work with # it as a version. spec = Version(spec) # Check to see if the prospective version is greater than the spec # version. If it's not we can short circuit and just return False now # instead of doing extra unneeded work. if not prospective > spec: return False # This special case is here so that, unless the specifier itself # includes is a post-release version, that we do not accept # post-release versions for the version mentioned in the specifier # (e.g. >3.1 should not match 3.0.post0, but should match 3.2.post0). if not spec.is_postrelease and prospective.is_postrelease: if Version(prospective.base_version) == Version(spec.base_version): return False # Ensure that we do not allow a local version of the version mentioned # in the specifier, which is techincally greater than, to match. if prospective.local is not None: if Version(prospective.base_version) == Version(spec.base_version): return False # If we've gotten to here, it means that prospective version is both # greater than the spec version *and* it's not a pre-release of the # same version in the spec. return True def _compare_arbitrary(self, prospective, spec): return str(prospective).lower() == str(spec).lower() @property def prereleases(self): # If there is an explicit prereleases set for this, then we'll just # blindly use that. if self._prereleases is not None: return self._prereleases # Look at all of our specifiers and determine if they are inclusive # operators, and if they are if they are including an explicit # prerelease. operator, version = self._spec if operator in ["==", ">=", "<=", "~=", "==="]: # The == specifier can include a trailing .*, if it does we # want to remove before parsing. if operator == "==" and version.endswith(".*"): version = version[:-2] # Parse the version, and if it is a pre-release than this # specifier allows pre-releases. if parse(version).is_prerelease: return True return False @prereleases.setter def prereleases(self, value): self._prereleases = value
_prefix_regex = re.compile(r"^([0-9]+)((?:a|b|c|rc)[0-9]+)$") def _version_split(version): result = [] for item in version.split("."): match = _prefix_regex.search(item) if match: result.extend(match.groups()) else: result.append(item) return result def _pad_version(left, right): left_split, right_split = [], [] # Get the release segment of our versions left_split.append(list(itertools.takewhile(lambda x: x.isdigit(), left))) right_split.append(list(itertools.takewhile(lambda x: x.isdigit(), right))) # Get the rest of our versions left_split.append(left[len(left_split[0]):]) right_split.append(right[len(right_split[0]):]) # Insert our padding left_split.insert( 1, ["0"] * max(0, len(right_split[0]) - len(left_split[0])), ) right_split.insert( 1, ["0"] * max(0, len(left_split[0]) - len(right_split[0])), ) return ( list(itertools.chain(*left_split)), list(itertools.chain(*right_split)), )
[docs]class SpecifierSet(BaseSpecifier): def __init__(self, specifiers="", prereleases=None): # Split on , to break each indidivual specifier into it's own item, and # strip each item to remove leading/trailing whitespace. specifiers = [s.strip() for s in specifiers.split(",") if s.strip()] # Parsed each individual specifier, attempting first to make it a # Specifier and falling back to a LegacySpecifier. parsed = set() for specifier in specifiers: try: parsed.add(Specifier(specifier)) except InvalidSpecifier: parsed.add(LegacySpecifier(specifier)) # Turn our parsed specifiers into a frozen set and save them for later. self._specs = frozenset(parsed) # Store our prereleases value so we can use it later to determine if # we accept prereleases or not. self._prereleases = prereleases def __repr__(self): pre = ( ", prereleases={0!r}".format(self.prereleases) if self._prereleases is not None else "" ) return "<SpecifierSet({0!r}{1})>".format(str(self), pre) def __str__(self): return ",".join(sorted(str(s) for s in self._specs)) def __hash__(self): return hash(self._specs) def __and__(self, other): if isinstance(other, string_types): other = SpecifierSet(other) elif not isinstance(other, SpecifierSet): return NotImplemented specifier = SpecifierSet() specifier._specs = frozenset(self._specs | other._specs) if self._prereleases is None and other._prereleases is not None: specifier._prereleases = other._prereleases elif self._prereleases is not None and other._prereleases is None: specifier._prereleases = self._prereleases elif self._prereleases == other._prereleases: specifier._prereleases = self._prereleases else: raise ValueError( "Cannot combine SpecifierSets with True and False prerelease " "overrides." ) return specifier def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, string_types): other = SpecifierSet(other) elif isinstance(other, _IndividualSpecifier): other = SpecifierSet(str(other)) elif not isinstance(other, SpecifierSet): return NotImplemented return self._specs == other._specs def __ne__(self, other): if isinstance(other, string_types): other = SpecifierSet(other) elif isinstance(other, _IndividualSpecifier): other = SpecifierSet(str(other)) elif not isinstance(other, SpecifierSet): return NotImplemented return self._specs != other._specs
[docs] def __len__(self): return len(self._specs)
[docs] def __iter__(self): return iter(self._specs)
@property def prereleases(self): # If we have been given an explicit prerelease modifier, then we'll # pass that through here. if self._prereleases is not None: return self._prereleases # If we don't have any specifiers, and we don't have a forced value, # then we'll just return None since we don't know if this should have # pre-releases or not. if not self._specs: return None # Otherwise we'll see if any of the given specifiers accept # prereleases, if any of them do we'll return True, otherwise False. return any(s.prereleases for s in self._specs) @prereleases.setter def prereleases(self, value): self._prereleases = value
[docs] def __contains__(self, item): return self.contains(item)
[docs] def contains(self, item, prereleases=None): # Ensure that our item is a Version or LegacyVersion instance. if not isinstance(item, (LegacyVersion, Version)): item = parse(item) # Determine if we're forcing a prerelease or not, if we're not forcing # one for this particular filter call, then we'll use whatever the # SpecifierSet thinks for whether or not we should support prereleases. if prereleases is None: prereleases = self.prereleases # We can determine if we're going to allow pre-releases by looking to # see if any of the underlying items supports them. If none of them do # and this item is a pre-release then we do not allow it and we can # short circuit that here. # Note: This means that 1.0.dev1 would not be contained in something # like >=1.0.devabc however it would be in >=1.0.debabc,>0.0.dev0 if not prereleases and item.is_prerelease: return False # We simply dispatch to the underlying specs here to make sure that the # given version is contained within all of them. # Note: This use of all() here means that an empty set of specifiers # will always return True, this is an explicit design decision. return all( s.contains(item, prereleases=prereleases) for s in self._specs )
[docs] def filter(self, iterable, prereleases=None): # Determine if we're forcing a prerelease or not, if we're not forcing # one for this particular filter call, then we'll use whatever the # SpecifierSet thinks for whether or not we should support prereleases. if prereleases is None: prereleases = self.prereleases # If we have any specifiers, then we want to wrap our iterable in the # filter method for each one, this will act as a logical AND amongst # each specifier. if self._specs: for spec in self._specs: iterable = spec.filter(iterable, prereleases=bool(prereleases)) return iterable # If we do not have any specifiers, then we need to have a rough filter # which will filter out any pre-releases, unless there are no final # releases, and which will filter out LegacyVersion in general. else: filtered = [] found_prereleases = [] for item in iterable: # Ensure that we some kind of Version class for this item. if not isinstance(item, (LegacyVersion, Version)): parsed_version = parse(item) else: parsed_version = item # Filter out any item which is parsed as a LegacyVersion if isinstance(parsed_version, LegacyVersion): continue # Store any item which is a pre-release for later unless we've # already found a final version or we are accepting prereleases if parsed_version.is_prerelease and not prereleases: if not filtered: found_prereleases.append(item) else: filtered.append(item) # If we've found no items except for pre-releases, then we'll go # ahead and use the pre-releases if not filtered and found_prereleases and prereleases is None: return found_prereleases return filtered