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#
# Copyright (C) 2008  Canonical Ltd.
#                     (Authored by Martin Albisetti <argentina@gmail.com)
# Copyright (C) 2006  Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net>
# Copyright (C) 2006  Goffredo Baroncelli <kreijack@inwind.it>
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Suite 500, Boston, MA 02110-1335  USA
#

from __future__ import print_function

import base64
import datetime
import logging
import re
import struct
import threading
import time
import sys
import os
import subprocess

from breezy.sixish import (
    text_type,
    viewitems,
    )

try:
    from xml.etree import ElementTree as ET
except ImportError:
    from elementtree import ElementTree as ET

from breezy import urlutils

import bleach

log = logging.getLogger("loggerhead.controllers")


def fix_year(year):
    if year < 70:
        year += 2000
    if year < 100:
        year += 1900
    return year

# Display of times.

# date_day -- just the day
# date_time -- full date with time (UTC)
#
# approximatedate -- for use in tables
#
# approximatedate return an elementtree <span> Element
# with the full date (UTC) in a tooltip.


def date_day(value):
    return value.strftime('%Y-%m-%d')


def date_time(value):
    if value is not None:
        # Note: this assumes that the value is UTC in some fashion.
        return value.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S UTC')
    else:
        return 'N/A'


def _approximatedate(date):
    if date is None:
        return 'Never'
    delta = datetime.datetime.utcnow() - date
    future = delta < datetime.timedelta(0, 0, 0)
    delta = abs(delta)
    years = delta.days // 365
    months = delta.days // 30 # This is approximate.
    days = delta.days
    hours = delta.seconds // 3600
    minutes = (delta.seconds - (3600*hours)) / 60
    seconds = delta.seconds % 60
    result = ''
    if future:
        result += 'in '
    if years != 0:
        amount = years
        unit = 'year'
    elif months != 0:
        amount = months
        unit = 'month'
    elif days != 0:
        amount = days
        unit = 'day'
    elif hours != 0:
        amount = hours
        unit = 'hour'
    elif minutes != 0:
        amount = minutes
        unit = 'minute'
    else:
        amount = seconds
        unit = 'second'
    if amount != 1:
        unit += 's'
    result += '%s %s' % (int(amount), unit)
    if not future:
        result += ' ago'
    return result


def _wrap_with_date_time_title(date, formatted_date):
    elem = ET.Element("span")
    elem.text = formatted_date
    elem.set("title", date_time(date))
    return elem


def approximatedate(date):
    #FIXME: Returns an object instead of a string
    return _wrap_with_date_time_title(date, _approximatedate(date))


class Container(object):
    """
    Convert a dict into an object with attributes.
    """

    def __init__(self, _dict=None, **kw):
        self._properties = {}
        if _dict is not None:
            for key, value in viewitems(_dict):
                setattr(self, key, value)
        for key, value in viewitems(kw):
            setattr(self, key, value)

    def __repr__(self):
        out = '{ '
        for key, value in viewitems(self.__dict__):
            if key.startswith('_') or (getattr(self.__dict__[key],
                                       '__call__', None) is not None):
                continue
            out += '%r => %r, ' % (key, value)
        out += '}'
        return out

    def __getattr__(self, attr):
        """Used for handling things that aren't already available."""
        if attr.startswith('_') or attr not in self._properties:
            raise AttributeError('No attribute: %s' % (attr,))
        val = self._properties[attr](self, attr)
        setattr(self, attr, val)
        return val

    def _set_property(self, attr, prop_func):
        """Set a function that will be called when an attribute is desired.

        We will cache the return value, so the function call should be
        idempotent. We will pass 'self' and the 'attr' name when triggered.
        """
        if attr.startswith('_'):
            raise ValueError("Cannot create properties that start with _")
        self._properties[attr] = prop_func


def trunc(text, limit=10):
    if len(text) <= limit:
        return text
    return text[:limit] + '...'


STANDARD_PATTERN = re.compile(r'^(.*?)\s*<(.*?)>\s*$')
EMAIL_PATTERN = re.compile(r'[-\w\d\+_!%\.]+@[-\w\d\+_!%\.]+')


def hide_email(email):
    """
    try to obsure any email address in a bazaar committer's name.
    """
    m = STANDARD_PATTERN.search(email)
    if m is not None:
        name = m.group(1)
        email = m.group(2)
        return name
    m = EMAIL_PATTERN.search(email)
    if m is None:
        # can't find an email address in here
        return email
    username, domain = m.group(0).split('@')
    domains = domain.split('.')
    if len(domains) >= 2:
        return '%s at %s' % (username, domains[-2])
    return '%s at %s' % (username, domains[0])

def hide_emails(emails):
    """
    try to obscure any email address in a list of bazaar committers' names.
    """
    result = []
    for email in emails:
        result.append(hide_email(email))
    return result

# only do this if unicode turns out to be a problem
#_BADCHARS_RE = re.compile(ur'[\u007f-\uffff]')

# Can't be a dict; &amp; needs to be done first.
html_entity_subs = [
    ("&", "&amp;"),
    ('"', "&quot;"),
    ("'", "&#39;"), # &apos; is defined in XML, but not HTML.
    (">", "&gt;"),
    ("<", "&lt;"),
    ]


def html_escape(s):
    """Transform dangerous (X)HTML characters into entities.

    Like cgi.escape, except also escaping \" and '. This makes it safe to use
    in both attribute and element content.

    If you want to safely fill a format string with escaped values, use
    html_format instead
    """
    for char, repl in html_entity_subs:
        s = s.replace(char, repl)
    return s


def html_format(template, *args):
    """Safely format an HTML template string, escaping the arguments.

    The template string must not be user-controlled; it will not be escaped.
    """
    return template % tuple(html_escape(arg) for arg in args)


# FIXME: get rid of this method; use fixed_width() and avoid XML().

def html_clean(s):
    """
    clean up a string for html display.  expand any tabs, encode any html
    entities, and replace spaces with '&nbsp;'.  this is primarily for use
    in displaying monospace text.
    """
    s = html_escape(s.expandtabs())
    s = s.replace(' ', '&nbsp;')
    return s


NONBREAKING_SPACE = u'\N{NO-BREAK SPACE}'


def fill_div(s):
    """
    CSS is stupid. In some cases we need to replace an empty value with
    a non breaking space (&nbsp;). There has to be a better way of doing this.

    return: the same value recieved if not empty, and a '&nbsp;' if it is.
    """
    if s is None:
        return '&nbsp;'
    elif isinstance(s, int):
        return s
    elif not s.strip():
        return '&nbsp;'
    elif isinstance(s, bytes):
        try:
            s = s.decode('utf-8')
        except UnicodeDecodeError:
            s = s.decode('iso-8859-15')
        return s
    elif isinstance(s, text_type):
        return s
    else:
        return repr(s)


def fixed_width(s):
    """
    expand tabs and turn spaces into "non-breaking spaces", so browsers won't
    chop up the string.
    """
    if not isinstance(s, text_type):
        # this kinda sucks.  file contents are just binary data, and no
        # encoding metadata is stored, so we need to guess.  this is probably
        # okay for most code, but for people using things like KOI-8, this
        # will display gibberish.  we have no way of detecting the correct
        # encoding to use.
        try:
            s = s.decode('utf-8')
        except UnicodeDecodeError:
            s = s.decode('iso-8859-15')

    s = html_escape(s).expandtabs().replace(' ', NONBREAKING_SPACE)

    return bleach.clean(s).replace('\n', '<br/>')


def fake_permissions(kind, executable):
    # fake up unix-style permissions given only a "kind" and executable bit
    if kind == 'directory':
        return 'drwxr-xr-x'
    if executable:
        return '-rwxr-xr-x'
    return '-rw-r--r--'


def b64(s):
    s = base64.encodestring(s).replace('\n', '')
    while (len(s) > 0) and (s[-1] == '='):
        s = s[:-1]
    return s


def uniq(uniqs, s):
    """
    turn a potentially long string into a unique smaller string.
    """
    if s in uniqs:
        return uniqs[s]
    uniqs[type(None)] = next = uniqs.get(type(None), 0) + 1
    x = struct.pack('>I', next)
    while (len(x) > 1) and (x[0] == '\x00'):
        x = x[1:]
    uniqs[s] = b64(x)
    return uniqs[s]


KILO = 1024
MEG = 1024 * KILO
GIG = 1024 * MEG
P95_MEG = int(0.9 * MEG)
P95_GIG = int(0.9 * GIG)


def human_size(size, min_divisor=0):
    size = int(size)
    if (size == 0) and (min_divisor == 0):
        return 'Empty'
    if (size < 1024) and (min_divisor == 0):
        return str(size) + ' bytes'

    if (size >= P95_GIG) or (min_divisor >= GIG):
        divisor = GIG
    elif (size >= P95_MEG) or (min_divisor >= MEG):
        divisor = MEG
    else:
        divisor = KILO

    dot = size % divisor
    base = size - dot
    dot = dot * 10 // divisor
    base //= divisor
    if dot >= 10:
        base += 1
        dot -= 10

    out = str(base)
    if (base < 100) and (dot != 0):
        out += '.%d' % (dot,)
    if divisor == KILO:
        out += ' KB'
    elif divisor == MEG:
        out += ' MB'
    elif divisor == GIG:
        out += ' GB'
    return out


def local_path_from_url(url):
    """Convert Bazaar URL to local path, ignoring readonly+ prefix"""
    readonly_prefix = 'readonly+'
    if url.startswith(readonly_prefix):
        url = url[len(readonly_prefix):]
    return urlutils.local_path_from_url(url)


def fill_in_navigation(navigation):
    """
    given a navigation block (used by the template for the page header), fill
    in useful calculated values.
    """
    if navigation.revid in navigation.revid_list: # XXX is this always true?
        navigation.position = navigation.revid_list.index(navigation.revid)
    else:
        navigation.position = 0
    navigation.count = len(navigation.revid_list)
    navigation.page_position = navigation.position // navigation.pagesize + 1
    navigation.page_count = (len(navigation.revid_list) + (navigation.pagesize\
 - 1)) // navigation.pagesize

    def get_offset(offset):
        if (navigation.position + offset < 0) or (
           navigation.position + offset > navigation.count - 1):
            return None
        return navigation.revid_list[navigation.position + offset]

    navigation.last_in_page_revid = get_offset(navigation.pagesize - 1)
    navigation.prev_page_revid = get_offset(-1 * navigation.pagesize)
    navigation.next_page_revid = get_offset(1 * navigation.pagesize)
    prev_page_revno = navigation.history.get_revno(
            navigation.prev_page_revid)
    next_page_revno = navigation.history.get_revno(
            navigation.next_page_revid)
    start_revno = navigation.history.get_revno(navigation.start_revid)

    params = {'filter_file_id': navigation.filter_file_id}
    if getattr(navigation, 'query', None) is not None:
        params['q'] = navigation.query

    if getattr(navigation, 'start_revid', None) is not None:
        params['start_revid'] = start_revno

    if navigation.prev_page_revid:
        navigation.prev_page_url = navigation.branch.context_url(
            [navigation.scan_url, prev_page_revno], **params)
    if navigation.next_page_revid:
        navigation.next_page_url = navigation.branch.context_url(
            [navigation.scan_url, next_page_revno], **params)


def directory_breadcrumbs(path, is_root, view):
    """
    Generate breadcrumb information from the directory path given

    The path given should be a path up to any branch that is currently being
    served

    Arguments:
    path -- The path to convert into breadcrumbs
    is_root -- Whether or not loggerhead is serving a branch at its root
    view -- The type of view we are showing (files, changes etc)
    """
    # Is our root directory itself a branch?
    if is_root:
        breadcrumbs = [{
            'dir_name': path,
            'path': '',
            'suffix': view,
        }]
    else:
        # Create breadcrumb trail for the path leading up to the branch
        breadcrumbs = [{
            'dir_name': "(root)",
            'path': '',
            'suffix': '',
        }]
        if path != '/':
            dir_parts = path.strip('/').split('/')
            for index, dir_name in enumerate(dir_parts):
                breadcrumbs.append({
                    'dir_name': dir_name,
                    'path': '/'.join(dir_parts[:index + 1]),
                    'suffix': '',
                })
            # If we are not in the directory view, the last crumb is a branch,
            # so we need to specify a view
            if view != 'directory':
                breadcrumbs[-1]['suffix'] = '/' + view
    return breadcrumbs


def branch_breadcrumbs(path, tree, view):
    """
    Generate breadcrumb information from the branch path given

    The path given should be a path that exists within a branch

    Arguments:
    path -- The path to convert into breadcrumbs
    tree -- Tree to get file information from
    view -- The type of view we are showing (files, changes etc)
    """
    dir_parts = path.strip('/').split('/')
    inner_breadcrumbs = []
    for index, dir_name in enumerate(dir_parts):
        inner_breadcrumbs.append({
            'dir_name': dir_name,
            'path': '/'.join(dir_parts[:index + 1]),
            'suffix': '/' + view,
        })
    return inner_breadcrumbs


def decorator(unbound):

    def new_decorator(f):
        g = unbound(f)
        g.__name__ = f.__name__
        g.__doc__ = f.__doc__
        g.__dict__.update(f.__dict__)
        return g
    new_decorator.__name__ = unbound.__name__
    new_decorator.__doc__ = unbound.__doc__
    new_decorator.__dict__.update(unbound.__dict__)
    return new_decorator



@decorator
def lsprof(f):

    def _f(*a, **kw):
        from .loggerhead.lsprof import profile
        import cPickle
        z = time.time()
        ret, stats = profile(f, *a, **kw)
        log.debug('Finished profiled %s in %d msec.' % (f.__name__,
            int((time.time() - z) * 1000)))
        stats.sort()
        stats.freeze()
        now = time.time()
        msec = int(now * 1000) % 1000
        timestr = time.strftime('%Y%m%d%H%M%S',
                                time.localtime(now)) + ('%03d' % (msec,))
        filename = f.__name__ + '-' + timestr + '.lsprof'
        cPickle.dump(stats, open(filename, 'w'), 2)
        return ret
    return _f


# just thinking out loud here...
#
# so, when browsing around, there are 5 pieces of context, most optional:
#     - current revid
#         current location along the navigation path (while browsing)
#     - starting revid (start_revid)
#         the current beginning of navigation (navigation continues back to
#         the original revision) -- this defines an 'alternate mainline'
#         when the user navigates into a branch.
#     - file_id
#         the file being looked at
#     - filter_file_id
#         if navigating the revisions that touched a file
#     - q (query)
#         if navigating the revisions that matched a search query
#     - remember
#         a previous revision to remember for future comparisons
#
# current revid is given on the url path.  the rest are optional components
# in the url params.
#
# other transient things can be set:
#     - compare_revid
#         to compare one revision to another, on /revision only
#     - sort
#         for re-ordering an existing page by different sort

t_context = threading.local()
_valid = (
    'start_revid', 'filter_file_id', 'q', 'remember', 'compare_revid', 'sort')


def set_context(map):
    t_context.map = dict((k, v) for (k, v) in viewitems(map) if k in _valid)


def get_context(**overrides):
    """
    Soon to be deprecated.


    return a context map that may be overriden by specific values passed in,
    but only contains keys from the list of valid context keys.

    if 'clear' is set, only the 'remember' context value will be added, and
    all other context will be omitted.
    """
    map = dict()
    if overrides.get('clear', False):
        map['remember'] = t_context.map.get('remember', None)
    else:
        map.update(t_context.map)
    overrides = dict((k, v) for (k, v) in viewitems(overrides) if k in _valid)
    map.update(overrides)
    return map


class Reloader(object):
    """
    This class wraps all paste.reloader logic. All methods are @classmethod.
    """

    _reloader_environ_key = 'PYTHON_RELOADER_SHOULD_RUN'

    @classmethod
    def _turn_sigterm_into_systemexit(cls):
        """
        Attempts to turn a SIGTERM exception into a SystemExit exception.
        """
        try:
            import signal
        except ImportError:
            return

        def handle_term(signo, frame):
            raise SystemExit
        signal.signal(signal.SIGTERM, handle_term)

    @classmethod
    def is_installed(cls):
        return os.environ.get(cls._reloader_environ_key)

    @classmethod
    def install(cls):
        from paste import reloader
        reloader.install(int(1))

    @classmethod
    def restart_with_reloader(cls):
        """Based on restart_with_monitor from paste.script.serve."""
        print('Starting subprocess with file monitor')
        while True:
            args = [sys.executable] + sys.argv
            new_environ = os.environ.copy()
            new_environ[cls._reloader_environ_key] = 'true'
            proc = None
            try:
                try:
                    cls._turn_sigterm_into_systemexit()
                    proc = subprocess.Popen(args, env=new_environ)
                    exit_code = proc.wait()
                    proc = None
                except KeyboardInterrupt:
                    print('^C caught in monitor process')
                    return 1
            finally:
                if (proc is not None
                    and getattr(os, 'kill', None) is not None):
                    import signal
                    try:
                        os.kill(proc.pid, signal.SIGTERM)
                    except (OSError, IOError):
                        pass

            # Reloader always exits with code 3; but if we are
            # a monitor, any exit code will restart
            if exit_code != 3:
                return exit_code
            print('-'*20, 'Restarting', '-'*20)


def convert_file_errors(application):
    """WSGI wrapper to convert some file errors to Paste exceptions"""
    def new_application(environ, start_response):
        try:
            return application(environ, start_response)
        except (IOError, OSError) as e:
            import errno
            from paste import httpexceptions
            if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
                raise httpexceptions.HTTPNotFound()
            elif e.errno == errno.EACCES:
                raise httpexceptions.HTTPForbidden()
            else:
                raise
    return new_application


def convert_to_json_ready(obj):
    if isinstance(obj, Container):
        d = obj.__dict__.copy()
        del d['_properties']
        return d
    elif isinstance(obj, datetime.datetime):
        return tuple(obj.utctimetuple())
    raise TypeError(repr(obj) + " is not JSON serializable")