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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2020 RhodeCode GmbH
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3
# (only), as published by the Free Software Foundation.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
# This program is dual-licensed. If you wish to learn more about the
# RhodeCode Enterprise Edition, including its added features, Support services,
# and proprietary license terms, please see https://rhodecode.com/licenses/
Utilities library for RhodeCode
import datetime
import decorator
import json
import logging
import os
import re
import sys
import shutil
import socket
import tempfile
import traceback
import tarfile
import warnings
import hashlib
from os.path import join as jn
import paste
import pkg_resources
from webhelpers2.text import collapse, remove_formatting
from mako import exceptions
from pyramid.threadlocal import get_current_registry
from rhodecode.lib.request import Request
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends.base import Config
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.exceptions import VCSError
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.utils.helpers import get_scm, get_scm_backend
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import (
safe_str, safe_unicode, get_current_rhodecode_user, md5, sha1)
from rhodecode.model import meta
from rhodecode.model.db import (
Repository, User, RhodeCodeUi, UserLog, RepoGroup, UserGroup)
from rhodecode.model.meta import Session
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
REMOVED_REPO_PAT = re.compile(r'rm__\d{8}_\d{6}_\d{6}__.*')
# String which contains characters that are not allowed in slug names for
# repositories or repository groups. It is properly escaped to use it in
# regular expressions.
SLUG_BAD_CHARS = re.escape('`?=[]\;\'"<>,/~!@#$%^&*()+{}|:')
# Regex that matches forbidden characters in repo/group slugs.
SLUG_BAD_CHAR_RE = re.compile('[{}]'.format(SLUG_BAD_CHARS))
# Regex that matches allowed characters in repo/group slugs.
SLUG_GOOD_CHAR_RE = re.compile('[^{}]'.format(SLUG_BAD_CHARS))
# Regex that matches whole repo/group slugs.
SLUG_RE = re.compile('[^{}]+'.format(SLUG_BAD_CHARS))
_license_cache = None
def repo_name_slug(value):
Return slug of name of repository
This function is called on each creation/modification
of repository to prevent bad names in repo
replacement_char = '-'
slug = remove_formatting(value)
slug = SLUG_BAD_CHAR_RE.sub('', slug)
slug = re.sub('[\s]+', '-', slug)
slug = collapse(slug, replacement_char)
return slug
def get_repo_slug(request):
_repo = ''
if hasattr(request, 'db_repo'):
# if our requests has set db reference use it for name, this
# translates the example.com/_<id> into proper repo names
_repo = request.db_repo.repo_name
elif getattr(request, 'matchdict', None):
# pyramid
_repo = request.matchdict.get('repo_name')
if _repo:
_repo = _repo.rstrip('/')
return _repo
def get_repo_group_slug(request):
_group = ''
if hasattr(request, 'db_repo_group'):
# if our requests has set db reference use it for name, this
# translates the example.com/_<id> into proper repo group names
_group = request.db_repo_group.group_name
elif getattr(request, 'matchdict', None):
# pyramid
_group = request.matchdict.get('repo_group_name')
if _group:
_group = _group.rstrip('/')
return _group
def get_user_group_slug(request):
_user_group = ''
if hasattr(request, 'db_user_group'):
_user_group = request.db_user_group.users_group_name
elif getattr(request, 'matchdict', None):
# pyramid
_user_group = request.matchdict.get('user_group_id')
_user_group_name = request.matchdict.get('user_group_name')
if _user_group:
_user_group = UserGroup.get(_user_group)
elif _user_group_name:
_user_group = UserGroup.get_by_group_name(_user_group_name)
if _user_group:
_user_group = _user_group.users_group_name
except Exception:
log.exception('Failed to get user group by id and name')
# catch all failures here
return None
return _user_group
def get_filesystem_repos(path, recursive=False, skip_removed_repos=True):
Scans given path for repos and return (name,(type,path)) tuple
:param path: path to scan for repositories
:param recursive: recursive search and return names with subdirs in front
# remove ending slash for better results
path = path.rstrip(os.sep)
log.debug('now scanning in %s location recursive:%s...', path, recursive)
def _get_repos(p):
dirpaths = _get_dirpaths(p)
if not _is_dir_writable(p):
log.warning('repo path without write access: %s', p)
for dirpath in dirpaths:
if os.path.isfile(os.path.join(p, dirpath)):
cur_path = os.path.join(p, dirpath)
# skip removed repos
if skip_removed_repos and REMOVED_REPO_PAT.match(dirpath):
#skip .<somethin> dirs
if dirpath.startswith('.'):
scm_info = get_scm(cur_path)
yield scm_info[1].split(path, 1)[-1].lstrip(os.sep), scm_info
except VCSError:
if not recursive:
#check if this dir containts other repos for recursive scan
rec_path = os.path.join(p, dirpath)
if os.path.isdir(rec_path):
for inner_scm in _get_repos(rec_path):
yield inner_scm
return _get_repos(path)
def _get_dirpaths(p):
# OS-independable way of checking if we have at least read-only
# access or not.
dirpaths = os.listdir(p)
except OSError:
log.warning('ignoring repo path without read access: %s', p)
return []
# os.listpath has a tweak: If a unicode is passed into it, then it tries to
# decode paths and suddenly returns unicode objects itself. The items it
# cannot decode are returned as strings and cause issues.
# Those paths are ignored here until a solid solution for path handling has
# been built.
expected_type = type(p)
def _has_correct_type(item):
if type(item) is not expected_type:
u"Ignoring path %s since it cannot be decoded into unicode.",
# Using "repr" to make sure that we see the byte value in case
# of support.
return False
return True
dirpaths = [item for item in dirpaths if _has_correct_type(item)]
return dirpaths
def _is_dir_writable(path):
Probe if `path` is writable.
Due to trouble on Cygwin / Windows, this is actually probing if it is
possible to create a file inside of `path`, stat does not produce reliable
results in this case.
with tempfile.TemporaryFile(dir=path):
except OSError:
return False
return True
def is_valid_repo(repo_name, base_path, expect_scm=None, explicit_scm=None, config=None):
Returns True if given path is a valid repository False otherwise.
If expect_scm param is given also, compare if given scm is the same
as expected from scm parameter. If explicit_scm is given don't try to
detect the scm, just use the given one to check if repo is valid
:param repo_name:
:param base_path:
:param expect_scm:
:param explicit_scm:
:param config:
:return True: if given path is a valid repository
full_path = os.path.join(safe_str(base_path), safe_str(repo_name))
log.debug('Checking if `%s` is a valid path for repository. '
'Explicit type: %s', repo_name, explicit_scm)
if explicit_scm:
detected_scms = [get_scm_backend(explicit_scm)(
full_path, config=config).alias]
detected_scms = get_scm(full_path)
if expect_scm:
return detected_scms[0] == expect_scm
log.debug('path: %s is an vcs object:%s', full_path, detected_scms)
return True
except VCSError:
log.debug('path: %s is not a valid repo !', full_path)
return False
def is_valid_repo_group(repo_group_name, base_path, skip_path_check=False):
Returns True if given path is a repository group, False otherwise
:param repo_name:
:param base_path:
full_path = os.path.join(safe_str(base_path), safe_str(repo_group_name))
log.debug('Checking if `%s` is a valid path for repository group',
# check if it's not a repo
if is_valid_repo(repo_group_name, base_path):
log.debug('Repo called %s exist, it is not a valid repo group', repo_group_name)
return False
# we need to check bare git repos at higher level
# since we might match branches/hooks/info/objects or possible
# other things inside bare git repo
maybe_repo = os.path.dirname(full_path)
if maybe_repo == base_path:
# skip root level repo check, we know root location CANNOT BE a repo group
return False
scm_ = get_scm(maybe_repo)
log.debug('path: %s is a vcs object:%s, not valid repo group', full_path, scm_)
return False
except VCSError:
# check if it's a valid path
if skip_path_check or os.path.isdir(full_path):
log.debug('path: %s is a valid repo group !', full_path)
return True
log.debug('path: %s is not a valid repo group !', full_path)
return False
def ask_ok(prompt, retries=4, complaint='[y]es or [n]o please!'):
while True:
ok = raw_input(prompt)
if ok.lower() in ('y', 'ye', 'yes'):
return True
if ok.lower() in ('n', 'no', 'nop', 'nope'):
return False
retries = retries - 1
if retries < 0:
raise IOError
# propagated from mercurial documentation
ui_sections = [
'alias', 'auth',
'decode/encode', 'defaults',
'diff', 'email',
'extensions', 'format',
'merge-patterns', 'merge-tools',
'hooks', 'http_proxy',
'smtp', 'patch',
'paths', 'profiling',
'server', 'trusted',
'ui', 'web', ]
def config_data_from_db(clear_session=True, repo=None):
Read the configuration data from the database and return configuration
from rhodecode.model.settings import VcsSettingsModel
config = []
sa = meta.Session()
settings_model = VcsSettingsModel(repo=repo, sa=sa)
ui_settings = settings_model.get_ui_settings()
ui_data = []
for setting in ui_settings:
if setting.active:
ui_data.append((setting.section, setting.key, setting.value))
safe_str(setting.section), safe_str(setting.key),
if setting.key == 'push_ssl':
# force set push_ssl requirement to False, rhodecode
# handles that
safe_str(setting.section), safe_str(setting.key), False))
'settings ui from db@repo[%s]: %s',
','.join(map(lambda s: '[{}] {}={}'.format(*s), ui_data)))
if clear_session:
# TODO: mikhail: probably it makes no sense to re-read hooks information.
# It's already there and activated/deactivated
skip_entries = []
enabled_hook_classes = get_enabled_hook_classes(ui_settings)
if 'pull' not in enabled_hook_classes:
skip_entries.append(('hooks', RhodeCodeUi.HOOK_PRE_PULL))
if 'push' not in enabled_hook_classes:
skip_entries.append(('hooks', RhodeCodeUi.HOOK_PRE_PUSH))
skip_entries.append(('hooks', RhodeCodeUi.HOOK_PRETX_PUSH))
skip_entries.append(('hooks', RhodeCodeUi.HOOK_PUSH_KEY))
config = [entry for entry in config if entry[:2] not in skip_entries]
return config
def make_db_config(clear_session=True, repo=None):
Create a :class:`Config` instance based on the values in the database.
config = Config()
config_data = config_data_from_db(clear_session=clear_session, repo=repo)
for section, option, value in config_data:
config.set(section, option, value)
return config
def get_enabled_hook_classes(ui_settings):
Return the enabled hook classes.
:param ui_settings: List of ui_settings as returned
by :meth:`VcsSettingsModel.get_ui_settings`
:return: a list with the enabled hook classes. The order is not guaranteed.
:rtype: list
enabled_hooks = []
active_hook_keys = [
key for section, key, value, active in ui_settings
if section == 'hooks' and active]
hook_names = {
RhodeCodeUi.HOOK_PUSH: 'push',
RhodeCodeUi.HOOK_PULL: 'pull',
RhodeCodeUi.HOOK_REPO_SIZE: 'repo_size'
for key in active_hook_keys:
hook = hook_names.get(key)
if hook:
return enabled_hooks
def set_rhodecode_config(config):
Updates pyramid config with new settings from database
:param config:
from rhodecode.model.settings import SettingsModel
app_settings = SettingsModel().get_all_settings()
for k, v in app_settings.items():
config[k] = v
def get_rhodecode_realm():
Return the rhodecode realm from database.
from rhodecode.model.settings import SettingsModel
realm = SettingsModel().get_setting_by_name('realm')
return safe_str(realm.app_settings_value)
def get_rhodecode_base_path():
Returns the base path. The base path is the filesystem path which points
to the repository store.
from rhodecode.model.settings import SettingsModel
paths_ui = SettingsModel().get_ui_by_section_and_key('paths', '/')
return safe_str(paths_ui.ui_value)
def map_groups(path):
Given a full path to a repository, create all nested groups that this
repo is inside. This function creates parent-child relationships between
groups and creates default perms for all new groups.
:param paths: full path to repository
from rhodecode.model.repo_group import RepoGroupModel
sa = meta.Session()
groups = path.split(Repository.NAME_SEP)
parent = None
group = None
# last element is repo in nested groups structure
groups = groups[:-1]
rgm = RepoGroupModel(sa)
owner = User.get_first_super_admin()
for lvl, group_name in enumerate(groups):
group_name = '/'.join(groups[:lvl] + [group_name])
group = RepoGroup.get_by_group_name(group_name)
desc = '%s group' % group_name
# skip folders that are now removed repos
if REMOVED_REPO_PAT.match(group_name):
if group is None:
log.debug('creating group level: %s group_name: %s',
lvl, group_name)
group = RepoGroup(group_name, parent)
group.group_description = desc
group.user = owner
perm_obj = rgm._create_default_perms(group)
parent = group
return group
def repo2db_mapper(initial_repo_list, remove_obsolete=False):
maps all repos given in initial_repo_list, non existing repositories
are created, if remove_obsolete is True it also checks for db entries
that are not in initial_repo_list and removes them.
:param initial_repo_list: list of repositories found by scanning methods
:param remove_obsolete: check for obsolete entries in database
from rhodecode.model.repo import RepoModel
from rhodecode.model.repo_group import RepoGroupModel
from rhodecode.model.settings import SettingsModel
sa = meta.Session()
repo_model = RepoModel()
user = User.get_first_super_admin()
added = []
# creation defaults
defs = SettingsModel().get_default_repo_settings(strip_prefix=True)
enable_statistics = defs.get('repo_enable_statistics')
enable_locking = defs.get('repo_enable_locking')
enable_downloads = defs.get('repo_enable_downloads')
private = defs.get('repo_private')
for name, repo in initial_repo_list.items():
group = map_groups(name)
unicode_name = safe_unicode(name)
db_repo = repo_model.get_by_repo_name(unicode_name)
# found repo that is on filesystem not in RhodeCode database
if not db_repo:
log.info('repository %s not found, creating now', name)
desc = (repo.description
if repo.description != 'unknown'
else '%s repository' % name)
db_repo = repo_model._create_repo(
repo_group=getattr(group, 'group_id', None),
# we added that repo just now, and make sure we updated server info
if db_repo.repo_type == 'git':
git_repo = db_repo.scm_instance()
# update repository server-info
log.debug('Running update server info')
config = db_repo._config
config.set('extensions', 'largefiles', '')
repo = db_repo.scm_instance(config=config)
removed = []
if remove_obsolete:
# remove from database those repositories that are not in the filesystem
for repo in sa.query(Repository).all():
if repo.repo_name not in initial_repo_list.keys():
log.debug("Removing non-existing repository found in db `%s`",
RepoModel(sa).delete(repo, forks='detach', fs_remove=False)
except Exception:
# don't hold further removals on error
def splitter(full_repo_name):
_parts = full_repo_name.rsplit(RepoGroup.url_sep(), 1)
gr_name = None
if len(_parts) == 2:
gr_name = _parts[0]
return gr_name
initial_repo_group_list = [splitter(x) for x in
initial_repo_list.keys() if splitter(x)]
# remove from database those repository groups that are not in the
# filesystem due to parent child relationships we need to delete them
# in a specific order of most nested first
all_groups = [x.group_name for x in sa.query(RepoGroup).all()]
nested_sort = lambda gr: len(gr.split('/'))
for group_name in sorted(all_groups, key=nested_sort, reverse=True):
if group_name not in initial_repo_group_list:
repo_group = RepoGroup.get_by_group_name(group_name)
if (repo_group.children.all() or
not RepoGroupModel().check_exist_filesystem(
group_name=group_name, exc_on_failure=False)):
'Removing non-existing repository group found in db `%s`',
RepoGroupModel(sa).delete(group_name, fs_remove=False)
except Exception:
# don't hold further removals on error
'Unable to remove repository group `%s`',
return added, removed
def load_rcextensions(root_path):
import rhodecode
from rhodecode.config import conf
path = os.path.join(root_path)
rcextensions = __import__('rcextensions')
except ImportError:
if os.path.isdir(os.path.join(path, 'rcextensions')):
log.warn('Unable to load rcextensions from %s', path)
rcextensions = None
if rcextensions:
log.info('Loaded rcextensions from %s...', rcextensions)
rhodecode.EXTENSIONS = rcextensions
# Additional mappings that are not present in the pygments lexers
getattr(rhodecode.EXTENSIONS, 'EXTRA_MAPPINGS', {}))
def get_custom_lexer(extension):
returns a custom lexer if it is defined in rcextensions module, or None
if there's no custom lexer defined
import rhodecode
from pygments import lexers
# custom override made by RhodeCode
if extension in ['mako']:
return lexers.get_lexer_by_name('html+mako')
# check if we didn't define this extension as other lexer
extensions = rhodecode.EXTENSIONS and getattr(rhodecode.EXTENSIONS, 'EXTRA_LEXERS', None)
if extensions and extension in rhodecode.EXTENSIONS.EXTRA_LEXERS:
_lexer_name = rhodecode.EXTENSIONS.EXTRA_LEXERS[extension]
return lexers.get_lexer_by_name(_lexer_name)
def create_test_index(repo_location, config):
Makes default test index.
import rc_testdata
'vcs_search_index', os.path.dirname(config['search.location']))
def create_test_directory(test_path):
Create test directory if it doesn't exist.
if not os.path.isdir(test_path):
log.debug('Creating testdir %s', test_path)
def create_test_database(test_path, config):
Makes a fresh database.
from rhodecode.lib.db_manage import DbManage
# PART ONE create db
dbconf = config['sqlalchemy.db1.url']
log.debug('making test db %s', dbconf)
dbmanage = DbManage(log_sql=False, dbconf=dbconf, root=config['here'],
tests=True, cli_args={'force_ask': True})
# for tests dynamically set new root paths based on generated content
def create_test_repositories(test_path, config):
Creates test repositories in the temporary directory. Repositories are
extracted from archives within the rc_testdata package.
import rc_testdata
from rhodecode.tests import HG_REPO, GIT_REPO, SVN_REPO
log.debug('making test vcs repositories')
idx_path = config['search.location']
data_path = config['cache_dir']
# clean index and data
if idx_path and os.path.exists(idx_path):
log.debug('remove %s', idx_path)
if data_path and os.path.exists(data_path):
log.debug('remove %s', data_path)
rc_testdata.extract_hg_dump('vcs_test_hg', jn(test_path, HG_REPO))
rc_testdata.extract_git_dump('vcs_test_git', jn(test_path, GIT_REPO))
# Note: Subversion is in the process of being integrated with the system,
# until we have a properly packed version of the test svn repository, this
# tries to copy over the repo from a package "rc_testdata"
svn_repo_path = rc_testdata.get_svn_repo_archive()
with tarfile.open(svn_repo_path) as tar:
tar.extractall(jn(test_path, SVN_REPO))
def password_changed(auth_user, session):
# Never report password change in case of default user or anonymous user.
if auth_user.username == User.DEFAULT_USER or auth_user.user_id is None:
return False
password_hash = md5(auth_user.password) if auth_user.password else None
rhodecode_user = session.get('rhodecode_user', {})
session_password_hash = rhodecode_user.get('password', '')
return password_hash != session_password_hash
def read_opensource_licenses():
global _license_cache
if not _license_cache:
licenses = pkg_resources.resource_string(
'rhodecode', 'config/licenses.json')
_license_cache = json.loads(licenses)
return _license_cache
def generate_platform_uuid():
Generates platform UUID based on it's name
import platform
uuid_list = [platform.platform()]
return hashlib.sha256(':'.join(uuid_list)).hexdigest()
except Exception as e:
log.error('Failed to generate host uuid: %s', e)
return 'UNDEFINED'
def send_test_email(recipients, email_body='TEST EMAIL'):
Simple code for generating test emails.
from rhodecode.lib import utils
from rhodecode.lib.celerylib import tasks, run_task
email_body = email_body_plaintext = email_body
subject = 'SUBJECT FROM: {}'.format(socket.gethostname())
tasks.send_email(recipients, subject, email_body_plaintext, email_body)