Source code for aiidalab.registry.releases

import logging
import os
import re
from dataclasses import dataclass, replace
from urllib.parse import urlsplit, urlunsplit

from aiidalab.environment import Environment
from aiidalab.fetch import fetch_from_url
from aiidalab.git_util import GitRepo
from aiidalab.metadata import Metadata

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]@dataclass class Release: environment: Environment metadata: Metadata url: str
RELEASE_LINE_PATTERN = r"^(?P<rev>[^:]*?)(:(?P<rev_selection>.*))?$"
[docs]def _split_release_line(url): parsed_url = urlsplit(url) if "@" in parsed_url.path: path, release_line = parsed_url.path.rsplit("@", 1) return urlunsplit(parsed_url._replace(path=path)), release_line return url, None
[docs]def _get_tags(repo: GitRepo, branch: str, rev_selection: str): """Get all tags for given revision selection of a branch. :param repo: Git repository object. :param branch: Branch name. :param rev_selection: Revision selection, the format is described in """ # While the git rev-list command supports listing revisions for a # single ref, in this context we only support rev selections for a # range, not for individual refs. if ".." not in rev_selection: raise ValueError( "The rev_selection '{rev_selection}' must specify a range, " "that means must contain the range operator '..'." ) # Incomplete revision selections such as `@main:v1..` must be expanded to # `@main:v1..main`. Therefore, we first determine the branch ref for the # given rev: for ref in [f"refs/heads/{branch}", f"refs/remotes/origin/{branch}"]: if ref.encode() in repo.refs: break else: raise RuntimeError(f"Revision '{branch}' not a valid branch name.") # Transform a potentially incomplete rev_selection into one that # contains the branch ref. For example `v1..` is expanded to # `v1..{ref}`, where `{ref}` is replaced with the actual reference. start, _, stop = rev_selection.rpartition("..") selected_commits = repo.rev_list(f"{start or ref}..{stop or ref}") for tag in repo.get_merged_tags(branch): commit = repo.get_commit_for_tag(tag) if commit in selected_commits: yield tag, commit
[docs]def _get_release_commits(repo: GitRepo, release_line: str): """Get the commits for a release line. :param repo: Git repository object. :param release_line: support standard git revision selection syntax to further reduce the selected commits on a release line. For example, @main:v1.0.0.. means “select all tagged commits on the main branch after commit tagged with v1.0.0”. """ match = re.match(RELEASE_LINE_PATTERN, release_line) if not match: raise ValueError(f"Invalid release line specification: {release_line}") rev = match.groupdict()["rev"] or repo.get_current_branch() if match.groupdict()["rev"] == "*": # loop over all remote branches and yield the tags for the commits tags = set() for branch in repo.refs.as_dict(b"refs/remotes/origin/").keys(): rev = branch.decode() rev_selection = match.groupdict()["rev_selection"] for tag, commit in _get_tags(repo, rev, rev_selection): if tag not in tags: tags.add(tag) yield tag, commit return elif match.groupdict()["rev_selection"] is None: # No rev_selection means to select this and only this specific # revision. For example: '@main' means, simply checkout 'main' (could # be a branch or a tag, however branches have priority). for ref in [ f"refs/heads/{rev}", f"refs/remotes/origin/{rev}", f"refs/tags/{rev}", ]: if ref.encode() in repo.refs: yield rev, repo.get_peeled(ref.encode()).decode() return # rev likely committish (commit) yield rev, rev elif match.groupdict()["rev_selection"]: # A rev selection is provided, we fetch the full rev list for the given # selection. For example: '@main:v1..v2' means all commits from v1 # (exclusive) to v2 (inclusive). rev_selection = match.groupdict()["rev_selection"] for tag, commit in _get_tags(repo, rev, rev_selection): yield tag, commit else: # The rev selection is empty, select all tagged commits for the # selected revision. For example: '@main:' means all tagged commits on # the main branch. for tag in repo.get_merged_tags(rev): yield tag, repo.get_commit_for_tag(tag)
[docs]def _gather_releases(release_specs, scan_app_repository, app_metadata): for release_spec in release_specs: if isinstance(release_spec, str): url = release_spec environment_override = None metadata_override = None version_override = None else: url = release_spec["url"] environment_override = release_spec.get("environment") metadata_override = release_spec.get("metadata", app_metadata) version_override = release_spec.get("version") def _set_overrides(version, release): return version_override or version, replace( release, environment=environment_override or release.environment, metadata=metadata_override or release.metadata, ) # The way that an app is retrieved is determined by the scheme of the # release url. For example, "git+" means # that the app is located at a remote git repository from which it can # be downloaded (cloned) via https. base_url, release_line = _split_release_line(url) parsed_url = urlsplit(base_url) with fetch_from_url(base_url) as repo_path: if parsed_url.scheme.startswith("git+"): repo = GitRepo(os.fspath(repo_path)) for ref, sha in _get_release_commits( repo, release_line or repo.get_current_branch() ): # Parse environment from local copy of repository. metadata_and_environment = scan_app_repository( f"git+file:{os.fspath(repo_path.resolve())}@{sha}" ) if ( metadata_and_environment["metadata"] is None and metadata_override is None ): logger.warning( f"Failed to parse metadata for {base_url}@{ref} and no override specified, skipping release!" ) continue # Replace release specifier to point to specific commit. path = f"{parsed_url.path.rsplit('@', 1)[0]}@{sha}" release = Release( url=urlunsplit(parsed_url._replace(path=path)), **metadata_and_environment, ) yield _set_overrides(ref, release) else: release = Release( url=url, **scan_app_repository(f"file:{os.fspath(repo_path.resolve())}"), ) yield _set_overrides(None, release)
[docs]def gather_releases(app_data, scan_app_repository): for version, release in _gather_releases( app_data.get("releases", []), scan_app_repository, app_metadata=app_data.get("metadata"), ): if version is None: raise ValueError(f"Unable to determine version for: {release}") yield version, release