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# -*- mode: python; coding: utf-8 -*-
# :Progetto: vcpx -- Project details
# :Creato:   gio 04 ago 2005 13:07:31 CEST
# :Autore:   Lele Gaifax <lele@nautilus.homeip.net>
# :Licenza:  GNU General Public License

This module implements a higher level of operations, with a Project
class that knows how to drive the two main activities, bootstrap and
update, layering on top of DualWorkingDir.

__docformat__ = 'reStructuredText'

from vcpx.config import ConfigurationError
from vcpx.statefile import StateFile

class UnknownProjectError(Exception):
    "Project does not exist"

00023 class Project(object):
    This class collects the information related to a single project, such
    as its source and target repositories and state file. All the setup
    comes from a section in the configuration file (.ini-like format) with
    the same name as the project.

    Mandatory options are:

      This is where all the fun will happen: this directory will contain
      the source and the target working copy, and usually the state and
      the log file. It support the conventional "~user" to indicate user's
      home directory.

      This is the subdirectory, relative to the root-directory, where
      tailor will extract the source working copy. It may be '.' for some
      backend kinds.

      Name of the state file needed to store tailor last activity.

      The source repository: a repository name is something like
      "darcs:somename", that will be loaded from the homonymous section
      in the configuration.

      The counterpart of `source`, the repository that will receive the
      changes coming from there.

    Non mandatory options:

      This is a function name, or a sequence of function names enclosed
      by brackets, that will be executed on each changeset just before
      it get replayed on the target system: this may be used to perform
      any kind of alteration on the content of the changeset, or to skip
      some of them.

      This is a function name, or a sequence of function names enclosed
      by brackets, that will be executed on each changeset just after
      the commit on the target system: this may be used for example to
      create a tag.

      This identifies from when tailor should start the migration. It can
      be either ``INITIAL``, to indicate the start of the history, or
      ``HEAD`` to indicate the current latest changeset, or a backend
      specific way of indicate a particular revision/tag in the history.

00077     def __init__(self, name, config):
        Initialize a new instance representing the project `name`.

        if not config.has_section(name):
            raise UnknownProjectError("'%s' is not a known project" % name)

        self.config = config
        self.name = name
        self.dwd = None

    def __str__(self):
        return "Project %s at %s:\n\t" % (self.name, self.rootdir) + \
               "\n\t".join(['%s = %s' % (v, getattr(self, v))
                            for v in ('source', 'target', 'state_file')])

00095     def _load(self):
        Load relevant information from the configuration.

        from os import makedirs
        from os.path import join, exists, expanduser, abspath
        from logging import getLogger, CRITICAL, DEBUG, FileHandler, \
             StreamHandler, Formatter

        self.verbose = self.config.get(self.name, 'verbose', False)
        self.rootdir = abspath(expanduser(self.config.get(self.name,
        if not exists(self.rootdir):
        self.subdir = self.config.get(self.name, 'subdir')
        if not self.subdir:
            self.subdir = '.'

        self.logfile = join(self.rootdir, self.name + '.log')
        self.log = getLogger('tailor.project.%s' % self.name)
        if self.config.get(self.name, 'debug'):
        tailorlog = getLogger('tailor')
        formatter = Formatter(self.config.get(
            self.name, 'log-format',
            '%(asctime)s %(levelname)8s: %(message)s', raw=True),
            self.name, 'log-datefmt', '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', raw=True))
        self.loghandler = FileHandler(self.logfile)

        self.source = self.__loadRepository('source')
        self.target = self.__loadRepository('target')
        sfpath = join(self.rootdir,
                                                 self.name + '.state')))
        self.state_file = StateFile(sfpath, self.config)

        before = self.config.getTuple(self.name, 'before-commit')
            self.before_commit = [self.config.namespace[f] for f in before]
        except KeyError, e:
            raise ConfigurationError('Project "%s" before-commit references '
                                     'unknown function: %s' %
                                     (self.name, str(e)))

        after = self.config.getTuple(self.name, 'after-commit')
            self.after_commit = [self.config.namespace[f] for f in after]
        except KeyError, e:
            raise ConfigurationError('Project "%s" after-commit references '
                                     'unknown function: %s' %
                                     (self.name, str(e)))

        if not self.config.get(self.name, 'verbose', False):
            # Disable console output
            rootlog = getLogger()
            rootlog.disabled = True
            for h in rootlog.handlers:
                if isinstance(h, StreamHandler):

    def __del__(self):
        from logging import getLogger

00166     def __loadRepository(self, which):
        Given a repository named 'somekind:somename', return a Repository
        (or a subclass of it, if 'SomekindRepository' exists) instance
        that wraps it.

        from repository import Repository

        repname = self.config.get(self.name, which)
        return Repository(repname, self, which)

00178     def exists(self):
        Return True if the project exists, False otherwise.

        return self.state_file.lastAppliedChangeset() is not None

00185     def workingDir(self):
        Return a DualWorkingDir instance, ready to work.

        from dualwd import DualWorkingDir

        if self.dwd is None:
            self.dwd = DualWorkingDir(self.source, self.target)
        return self.dwd

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