Source code for shiv.bootstrap

import compileall
import hashlib
import os
import runpy
import shutil
import site
import subprocess
import sys
import zipfile

from contextlib import contextmanager, suppress
from functools import partial
from importlib import import_module
from pathlib import Path

from .environment import Environment
from .filelock import FileLock
from .interpreter import execute_interpreter

[docs]def run(module): # pragma: no cover """Run a module in a scrubbed environment. If a single pyz has multiple callers, we want to remove these vars as we no longer need them and they can cause subprocesses to fail with a ModuleNotFoundError. :param Callable module: The entry point to invoke the pyz with. """ with suppress(KeyError): del os.environ[Environment.MODULE] with suppress(KeyError): del os.environ[Environment.ENTRY_POINT] with suppress(KeyError): del os.environ[Environment.CONSOLE_SCRIPT] sys.exit(module())
[docs]@contextmanager def current_zipfile(): """A function to vend the current zipfile, if any""" if zipfile.is_zipfile(sys.argv[0]): with zipfile.ZipFile(sys.argv[0]) as fd: yield fd else: yield None
[docs]def import_string(import_name): """Returns a callable for a given setuptools style import string :param str import_name: A console_scripts style import string """ import_name = str(import_name).replace(":", ".") try: import_module(import_name) except ImportError: if "." not in import_name: # this is a case like "import name", where continuing to the # next style of import would not improve the situation, so # we raise here. raise else: return sys.modules[import_name] # this is a case where the previous attempt may have failed due to # not being importable. ("not a package", etc) module_name, obj_name = import_name.rsplit(".", 1) try: module = __import__(module_name, None, None, [obj_name]) except ImportError: # Recurse to support importing modules not yet set up by the parent module # (or package for that matter) module = import_string(module_name) try: return getattr(module, obj_name) except AttributeError as e: raise ImportError(e)
[docs]def cache_path(archive, root_dir, build_id): """Returns a ~/.shiv cache directory for unzipping site-packages during bootstrap. :param ZipFile archive: The zipfile object we are bootstrapping from. :param str root_dir: Optional, either a path or environment variable pointing to a SHIV_ROOT. :param str build_id: The build id generated at zip creation. """ if root_dir: if root_dir.startswith("$"): root_dir = os.environ.get(root_dir[1:], root_dir[1:]) root_dir = Path(root_dir).expanduser() root = root_dir or Path("~/.shiv").expanduser() name = Path(archive.filename).resolve().name return root / f"{name}_{build_id}"
[docs]def extract_site_packages(archive, target_path, compile_pyc=False, compile_workers=0, force=False): """Extract everything in site-packages to a specified path. :param ZipFile archive: The zipfile object we are bootstrapping from. :param Path target_path: The path to extract our zip to. :param bool compile_pyc: A boolean to dictate whether we pre-compile pyc. :param int compile_workers: An int representing the number of pyc compiler workers. :param bool force: A boolean to dictate whether or not we force extraction. """ parent = target_path.parent target_path_tmp = Path(parent, + ".tmp") lock = Path(parent, f".{}_lock") # If this is the first time that a pyz is being extracted, we'll need to create the ~/.shiv dir if not parent.exists(): parent.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True) with FileLock(lock): # we acquired a lock, it's possible that prior invocation was holding the lock and has # completed bootstrapping, so let's check (again) if we need to do any work if not target_path.exists() or force: # extract our site-packages for fileinfo in archive.infolist(): if fileinfo.filename.startswith("site-packages"): extracted = archive.extract(fileinfo.filename, target_path_tmp) # restore original permissions os.chmod(extracted, fileinfo.external_attr >> 16) if compile_pyc: compileall.compile_dir(target_path_tmp, quiet=2, workers=compile_workers) # if using `force` we will need to delete our target path if target_path.exists(): shutil.rmtree(str(target_path)) # atomic move shutil.move(str(target_path_tmp), str(target_path))
def get_first_sitedir_index(): for index, part in enumerate(sys.path): if Path(part).stem in ("site-packages", "dist-packages"): return index
[docs]def extend_python_path(environ, additional_paths): """Create or extend a PYTHONPATH variable with the frozen environment we are bootstrapping with.""" # we don't want to clobber any existing PYTHONPATH value, so check for it. python_path = environ["PYTHONPATH"].split(os.pathsep) if "PYTHONPATH" in environ else [] python_path.extend(additional_paths) # put it back into the environment so that PYTHONPATH contains the shiv-manipulated paths # and any pre-existing PYTHONPATH values with no duplicates. environ["PYTHONPATH"] = os.pathsep.join(sorted(set(python_path), key=python_path.index))
[docs]def ensure_no_modify(site_packages, hashes): """Compare the sha256 hash of the unpacked source files to the files when they were added to the pyz.""" for path in site_packages.rglob("**/*.py"): if hashlib.sha256(path.read_bytes()).hexdigest() != hashes.get(str(path.relative_to(site_packages))): raise RuntimeError( "A Python source file has been modified! File: {}. " "Try again with SHIV_FORCE_EXTRACT=1 to overwrite the modified source file(s).".format(str(path)) )
[docs]def bootstrap(): # pragma: no cover """Actually bootstrap our shiv environment.""" # get a handle of the currently executing zip file with current_zipfile() as archive: # create an environment object (a combination of env vars and json metadata) env = Environment.from_json("environment.json").decode()) # get a site-packages directory (from env var or via build id) site_packages = cache_path(archive, env.root, env.build_id) / "site-packages" # determine if first run or forcing extract if not site_packages.exists() or env.force_extract: extract_site_packages( archive, site_packages.parent, env.compile_pyc, env.compile_workers, env.force_extract, ) # get sys.path's length length = len(sys.path) # Find the first instance of an existing site-packages on sys.path index = get_first_sitedir_index() or length # append site-packages using the stdlib blessed way of extending path # so as to handle .pth files correctly site.addsitedir(site_packages) # reorder to place our site-packages before any others found sys.path = sys.path[:index] + sys.path[length:] + sys.path[index:length] # check if source files have been modified, if required if env.no_modify: ensure_no_modify(site_packages, env.hashes) # add our site-packages to the environment, if requested if env.extend_pythonpath: extend_python_path(os.environ, sys.path.copy()) # if a preamble script was provided, run it if env.preamble: # path to the preamble preamble_bin = site_packages / "bin" / env.preamble if preamble_bin.suffix == ".py": runpy.run_path( str(preamble_bin), init_globals={"archive": sys.argv[0], "env": env, "site_packages": site_packages}, run_name="__main__", ) else:[preamble_bin]) # first check if we should drop into interactive mode if not env.interpreter: # do entry point import and call if env.entry_point is not None and not env.script: run(import_string(env.entry_point)) elif env.script is not None: run(partial(runpy.run_path, str(site_packages / "bin" / env.script), run_name="__main__")) # all other options exhausted, drop into interactive mode execute_interpreter()
if __name__ == "__main__": bootstrap()