Source code for skbuild.setuptools_wrap

"""This module provides functionality for wrapping key infrastructure components
from distutils and setuptools.
"""

from __future__ import print_function

import copy
import os
import os.path
import sys
import argparse
import json
import platform
import stat

from contextlib import contextmanager
from distutils.errors import (DistutilsArgError,
                              DistutilsError,
                              DistutilsGetoptError)
from glob import glob
from shutil import copyfile, copymode
from packaging.requirements import Requirement
from packaging.version import parse as parse_version

# XXX If 'six' becomes a dependency, use 'six.StringIO' instead.
try:
    from StringIO import StringIO
except ImportError:
    from io import StringIO

try:
    from shutil import which
except ImportError:
    from .compat import which

from setuptools import setup as upstream_setup
from setuptools.dist import Distribution as upstream_Distribution

from . import cmaker
from .command import (build, build_ext, build_py, clean,
                      install, install_lib, install_scripts,
                      bdist, bdist_wheel, egg_info,
                      sdist, generate_source_manifest, test)
from .constants import (CMAKE_DEFAULT_EXECUTABLE,
                        CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR,
                        CMAKE_SPEC_FILE,
                        set_skbuild_plat_name,
                        skbuild_plat_name)
from .exceptions import SKBuildError, SKBuildGeneratorNotFoundError
from .utils import (mkdir_p, parse_manifestin, PythonModuleFinder, to_platform_path, to_unix_path)


[docs]def create_skbuild_argparser(): """Create and return a scikit-build argument parser. """ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(add_help=False) parser.add_argument( '--build-type', default='Release', metavar='', help='specify the CMake build type (e.g. Debug or Release)') parser.add_argument( '-G', '--generator', metavar='', help='specify the CMake build system generator') parser.add_argument( '-j', metavar='N', type=int, dest='jobs', help='allow N build jobs at once') parser.add_argument( '--cmake-executable', default=None, metavar='', help='specify the path to the cmake executable' ) parser.add_argument( '--skip-generator-test', action='store_true', help='skip generator test when a generator is explicitly selected using --generator' ) return parser
def _is_cmake_configure_argument(arg): """Return True if ``arg`` is a relevant argument to pass to cmake when configuring a project.""" for cmake_arg in ( '-C', # initial-cache '-D', # <var>[:<type>]=<value> ): if arg.startswith(cmake_arg): return True return False
[docs]def parse_skbuild_args(args, cmake_args, build_tool_args): """ Parse arguments in the scikit-build argument set. Convert specified arguments to proper format and append to cmake_args and build_tool_args. Returns the tuple ``(remaining arguments, cmake executable, skip_generator_test)``. """ parser = create_skbuild_argparser() # Consider CMake arguments passed as global setuptools options cmake_args.extend([arg for arg in args if _is_cmake_configure_argument(arg)]) # ... and remove them from the list args = [arg for arg in args if not _is_cmake_configure_argument(arg)] namespace, remaining_args = parser.parse_known_args(args) # Construct CMake argument list cmake_args.append('-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE:STRING=' + namespace.build_type) if namespace.generator is not None: cmake_args.extend(['-G', namespace.generator]) # Construct build tool argument list build_tool_args.extend(['--config', namespace.build_type]) if namespace.jobs is not None: build_tool_args.extend(['-j', str(namespace.jobs)]) if namespace.generator is None and namespace.skip_generator_test is True: sys.exit("ERROR: Specifying --skip-generator-test requires --generator to also be specified.") return remaining_args, namespace.cmake_executable, namespace.skip_generator_test
[docs]def parse_args(): """This function parses the command-line arguments ``sys.argv`` and returns the tuple ``(setuptools_args, cmake_executable, skip_generator_test, cmake_args, build_tool_args)`` where each ``*_args`` element corresponds to a set of arguments separated by ``--``.""" dutils = [] cmake = [] make = [] argsets = [dutils, cmake, make] i = 0 separator = '--' for arg in sys.argv: if arg == separator: i += 1 if i >= len(argsets): sys.exit( "ERROR: Too many \"{}\" separators provided " "(expected at most {}).".format(separator, len(argsets) - 1)) else: argsets[i].append(arg) dutils, cmake_executable, skip_generator_test = parse_skbuild_args(dutils, cmake, make) return dutils, cmake_executable, skip_generator_test, cmake, make
@contextmanager def _capture_output(): oldout, olderr = sys.stdout, sys.stderr try: out = [StringIO(), StringIO()] sys.stdout, sys.stderr = out yield out finally: sys.stdout, sys.stderr = oldout, olderr out[0] = out[0].getvalue() out[1] = out[1].getvalue() def _parse_setuptools_arguments(setup_attrs): """This function instantiates a Distribution object and parses the command line arguments. It returns the tuple ``(display_only, help_commands, commands, hide_listing, force_cmake, skip_cmake, plat_name)`` where - display_only is a boolean indicating if an argument like '--help', '--help-commands' or '--author' was passed. - help_commands is a boolean indicating if argument '--help-commands' was passed. - commands contains the list of commands that were passed. - hide_listing is a boolean indicating if the list of files being included in the distribution is displayed or not. - force_cmake a boolean indicating that CMake should always be executed. - skip_cmake is a boolean indicating if the execution of CMake should explicitly be skipped. - plat_name is a string identifying the platform name to embed in generated filenames. It defaults to :func:`skbuild.constants.skbuild_plat_name()`. - build_ext_inplace is a boolean indicating if ``build_ext`` command was specified along with the --inplace argument. Otherwise it raises DistutilsArgError exception if there are any error on the command-line, and it raises DistutilsGetoptError if there any error in the command 'options' attribute. The code has been adapted from the setup() function available in distutils/core.py. """ setup_attrs = dict(setup_attrs) setup_attrs['script_name'] = os.path.basename(sys.argv[0]) dist = upstream_Distribution(setup_attrs) # Update class attribute to also ensure the argument is processed # when ``upstream_setup`` is called. # pylint:disable=no-member upstream_Distribution.global_options.extend([ ('hide-listing', None, "do not display list of files being " "included in the distribution"), ('force-cmake', None, "always run CMake"), ('skip-cmake', None, "do not run CMake"), ]) # Find and parse the config file(s): they will override options from # the setup script, but be overridden by the command line. dist.parse_config_files() # Parse the command line and override config files; any # command-line errors are the end user's fault, so turn them into # SystemExit to suppress tracebacks. with _capture_output(): result = dist.parse_command_line() display_only = not result if not hasattr(dist, 'hide_listing'): dist.hide_listing = False if not hasattr(dist, 'force_cmake'): dist.force_cmake = False if not hasattr(dist, 'skip_cmake'): dist.skip_cmake = False plat_names = set() for cmd in [dist.get_command_obj(command) for command in dist.commands]: if getattr(cmd, 'plat_name', None) is not None: plat_names.add(cmd.plat_name) if not plat_names: plat_names.add(None) elif len(plat_names) > 1: raise SKBuildError( "--plat-name is ambiguous: %s" % ", ".join(plat_names)) plat_name = list(plat_names)[0] build_ext_inplace = dist.get_command_obj('build_ext').inplace return (display_only, dist.help_commands, dist.commands, dist.hide_listing, dist.force_cmake, dist.skip_cmake, plat_name, build_ext_inplace) def _check_skbuild_parameters(skbuild_kw): cmake_install_dir = skbuild_kw['cmake_install_dir'] if os.path.isabs(cmake_install_dir): raise SKBuildError(( "\n setup parameter 'cmake_install_dir' is set to " "an absolute path. A relative path is expected.\n" " Project Root : {}\n" " CMake Install Directory: {}\n").format( os.getcwd(), cmake_install_dir )) cmake_source_dir = skbuild_kw['cmake_source_dir'] if not os.path.exists(os.path.abspath(cmake_source_dir)): raise SKBuildError(( "\n setup parameter 'cmake_source_dir' set to " "a nonexistent directory.\n" " Project Root : {}\n" " CMake Source Directory: {}\n").format( os.getcwd(), cmake_source_dir ))
[docs]def strip_package(package_parts, module_file): """Given ``package_parts`` (e.g. ``['foo', 'bar']``) and a ``module_file`` (e.g. ``foo/bar/jaz/rock/roll.py``), starting from the left, this function will strip the parts of the path matching the package parts and return a new string (e.g ``jaz/rock/roll.py``). The function will work as expected for either Windows or Unix-style ``module_file`` and this independently of the platform. """ if not package_parts or os.path.isabs(module_file): return module_file package = "/".join(package_parts) module_dir = os.path.dirname(module_file.replace("\\", "/")) module_dir = module_dir[:len(package)] return (module_file[len(package) + 1:] if package != "" and module_dir.startswith(package) else module_file)
def _package_data_contain_module(module, package_data): """Return True if the ``module`` is contained in the ``package_data``. ``module`` is a tuple of the form ``(package, modulename, module_file)``. """ (package, _, module_file) = module if package not in package_data: return False # We need to strip the package because a module entry # usually looks like this: # # ('foo.bar', 'module', 'foo/bar/module.py') # # and the entry in package_data would look like this: # # {'foo.bar' : ['module.py']} if (strip_package(package.split("."), module_file) in package_data[package]): return True return False def _should_run_cmake(commands, cmake_with_sdist): """Return True if at least one command requiring ``cmake`` to run is found in ``commands``.""" for expected_command in [ "build", "build_ext", "develop", "install", "install_lib", "bdist", "bdist_dumb", "bdist_egg", "bdist_rpm", "bdist_wininst", "bdist_wheel", "test", ]: if expected_command in commands: return True if "sdist" in commands and cmake_with_sdist: return True return False def _save_cmake_spec(args): """Save the CMake spec to disk""" # We use JSON here because readability is more important than performance try: os.makedirs(os.path.dirname(CMAKE_SPEC_FILE())) except OSError: pass with open(CMAKE_SPEC_FILE(), 'w+') as fp: json.dump(args, fp) def _load_cmake_spec(): """Load and return the CMake spec from disk""" try: with open(CMAKE_SPEC_FILE()) as fp: return json.load(fp) except (OSError, IOError, ValueError): return None # pylint:disable=too-many-locals, too-many-branches
[docs]def setup(*args, **kw): # noqa: C901 """This function wraps setup() so that we can run cmake, make, CMake build, then proceed as usual with setuptools, appending the CMake-generated output as necessary. The CMake project is re-configured only if needed. This is achieved by (1) retrieving the environment mapping associated with the generator set in the ``CMakeCache.txt`` file, (2) saving the CMake configure arguments and version in :func:`skbuild.constants.CMAKE_SPEC_FILE()`: and (3) re-configuring only if either the generator or the CMake specs change. """ sys.argv, cmake_executable, skip_generator_test, cmake_args, make_args = parse_args() # work around https://bugs.python.org/issue1011113 # (patches provided, but no updates since 2014) cmdclass = kw.get('cmdclass', {}) cmdclass['build'] = cmdclass.get('build', build.build) cmdclass['build_py'] = cmdclass.get('build_py', build_py.build_py) cmdclass['build_ext'] = cmdclass.get('build_ext', build_ext.build_ext) cmdclass['install'] = cmdclass.get('install', install.install) cmdclass['install_lib'] = cmdclass.get('install_lib', install_lib.install_lib) cmdclass['install_scripts'] = cmdclass.get('install_scripts', install_scripts.install_scripts) cmdclass['clean'] = cmdclass.get('clean', clean.clean) cmdclass['sdist'] = cmdclass.get('sdist', sdist.sdist) cmdclass['bdist'] = cmdclass.get('bdist', bdist.bdist) cmdclass['bdist_wheel'] = cmdclass.get( 'bdist_wheel', bdist_wheel.bdist_wheel) cmdclass['egg_info'] = cmdclass.get('egg_info', egg_info.egg_info) cmdclass['generate_source_manifest'] = cmdclass.get( 'generate_source_manifest', generate_source_manifest.generate_source_manifest) cmdclass['test'] = cmdclass.get('test', test.test) kw['cmdclass'] = cmdclass # Extract setup keywords specific to scikit-build and remove them from kw. # Removing the keyword from kw need to be done here otherwise, the # following call to _parse_setuptools_arguments would complain about # unknown setup options. parameters = { 'cmake_args': [], 'cmake_install_dir': '', 'cmake_source_dir': '', 'cmake_with_sdist': False, 'cmake_languages': ('C', 'CXX'), 'cmake_minimum_required_version': None } skbuild_kw = {param: kw.pop(param, parameters[param]) for param in parameters} # ... and validate them try: _check_skbuild_parameters(skbuild_kw) except SKBuildError as ex: import traceback print("Traceback (most recent call last):") traceback.print_tb(sys.exc_info()[2]) print('') sys.exit(ex) # Convert source dir to a path relative to the root # of the project cmake_source_dir = skbuild_kw['cmake_source_dir'] if cmake_source_dir == ".": cmake_source_dir = "" if os.path.isabs(cmake_source_dir): cmake_source_dir = os.path.relpath(cmake_source_dir) # Skip running CMake in the following cases: # * flag "--skip-cmake" is provided # * "display only" argument is provided (e.g '--help', '--author', ...) # * no command-line arguments or invalid ones are provided # * no command requiring cmake is provided # * no CMakeLists.txt if found display_only = has_invalid_arguments = help_commands = False force_cmake = skip_cmake = False commands = [] try: (display_only, help_commands, commands, hide_listing, force_cmake, skip_cmake, plat_name, build_ext_inplace) = \ _parse_setuptools_arguments(kw) except (DistutilsArgError, DistutilsGetoptError): has_invalid_arguments = True has_cmakelists = os.path.exists( os.path.join(cmake_source_dir, "CMakeLists.txt")) if not has_cmakelists: print('skipping skbuild (no CMakeLists.txt found)') skip_skbuild = (display_only or has_invalid_arguments or not _should_run_cmake(commands, skbuild_kw["cmake_with_sdist"]) or not has_cmakelists) if skip_skbuild and not force_cmake: if help_commands: # Prepend scikit-build help. Generate option descriptions using # argparse. skbuild_parser = create_skbuild_argparser() arg_descriptions = [ line for line in skbuild_parser.format_help().split('\n') if line.startswith(' ') ] print('scikit-build options:') print('\n'.join(arg_descriptions)) print('') print('Arguments following a "--" are passed directly to CMake ' '(e.g. -DMY_VAR:BOOL=TRUE).') print('Arguments following a second "--" are passed directly to ' ' the build tool.') print('') return upstream_setup(*args, **kw) developer_mode = "develop" in commands or "test" in commands or build_ext_inplace packages = kw.get('packages', []) package_dir = kw.get('package_dir', {}) package_data = copy.deepcopy(kw.get('package_data', {})) py_modules = kw.get('py_modules', []) new_py_modules = {py_module: False for py_module in py_modules} scripts = kw.get('scripts', []) new_scripts = {script: False for script in scripts} data_files = { (parent_dir or '.'): set(file_list) for parent_dir, file_list in kw.get('data_files', []) } # Since CMake arguments provided through the command line have more # weight and when CMake is given multiple times a argument, only the last # one is considered, let's prepend the one provided in the setup call. cmake_args = skbuild_kw['cmake_args'] + cmake_args if sys.platform == 'darwin': # If no ``--plat-name`` argument was passed, set default value. if plat_name is None: plat_name = skbuild_plat_name() (_, version, machine) = plat_name.split('-') # The loop here allows for CMAKE_OSX_* command line arguments to overload # values passed with either the ``--plat-name`` command-line argument # or the ``cmake_args`` setup option. for cmake_arg in cmake_args: if 'CMAKE_OSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET' in cmake_arg: version = cmake_arg.split('=')[1] if 'CMAKE_OSX_ARCHITECTURES' in cmake_arg: machine = cmake_arg.split('=')[1] set_skbuild_plat_name("macosx-{}-{}".format(version, machine)) # Set platform env. variable so that commands (e.g. bdist_wheel) # uses this information. The _PYTHON_HOST_PLATFORM env. variable is # used in distutils.util.get_platform() function. os.environ['_PYTHON_HOST_PLATFORM'] = skbuild_plat_name() # Set CMAKE_OSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET and CMAKE_OSX_ARCHITECTURES if not already # specified (_, version, machine) = skbuild_plat_name().split('-') if not cmaker.has_cmake_cache_arg( cmake_args, 'CMAKE_OSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET'): cmake_args.append( '-DCMAKE_OSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET:STRING=%s' % version ) if not cmaker.has_cmake_cache_arg( cmake_args, 'CMAKE_OSX_ARCHITECTURES'): cmake_args.append( '-DCMAKE_OSX_ARCHITECTURES:STRING=%s' % machine ) # Install cmake if listed in `setup_requires` for package in kw.get('setup_requires', []): if Requirement(package).name == 'cmake': setup_requires = [package] dist = upstream_Distribution({'setup_requires': setup_requires}) dist.fetch_build_eggs(setup_requires) # Considering packages associated with "setup_requires" keyword are # installed in .eggs subdirectory without honoring setuptools "console_scripts" # entry_points and without settings the expected executable permissions, we are # taking care of it below. import cmake for executable in ['cmake', 'cpack', 'ctest']: executable = os.path.join(cmake.CMAKE_BIN_DIR, executable) if platform.system().lower() == 'windows': executable += '.exe' st = os.stat(executable) permissions = ( st.st_mode | stat.S_IXUSR | stat.S_IXGRP | stat.S_IXOTH ) os.chmod(executable, permissions) cmake_executable = os.path.join(cmake.CMAKE_BIN_DIR, 'cmake') break # Languages are used to determine a working generator cmake_languages = skbuild_kw['cmake_languages'] try: if cmake_executable is None: cmake_executable = CMAKE_DEFAULT_EXECUTABLE cmkr = cmaker.CMaker(cmake_executable) if not skip_cmake: cmake_minimum_required_version = skbuild_kw['cmake_minimum_required_version'] if cmake_minimum_required_version is not None: if parse_version(cmkr.cmake_version) < parse_version(cmake_minimum_required_version): raise SKBuildError( "CMake version %s or higher is required. CMake version %s is being used" % ( cmake_minimum_required_version, cmkr.cmake_version)) # Used to confirm that the cmake executable is the same, and that the environment # didn't change cmake_spec = { 'args': [which(CMAKE_DEFAULT_EXECUTABLE)] + cmake_args, 'version': cmkr.cmake_version, 'environment': { 'PYTHONNOUSERSITE': os.environ.get("PYTHONNOUSERSITE"), 'PYTHONPATH': os.environ.get("PYTHONPATH") } } # skip the configure step for a cached build env = cmkr.get_cached_generator_env() if env is None or cmake_spec != _load_cmake_spec(): env = cmkr.configure(cmake_args, skip_generator_test=skip_generator_test, cmake_source_dir=cmake_source_dir, cmake_install_dir=skbuild_kw['cmake_install_dir'], languages=cmake_languages ) _save_cmake_spec(cmake_spec) cmkr.make(make_args, env=env) except SKBuildGeneratorNotFoundError as ex: sys.exit(ex) except SKBuildError as ex: import traceback print("Traceback (most recent call last):") traceback.print_tb(sys.exc_info()[2]) print('') sys.exit(ex) # If any, strip ending slash from each package directory package_dir = {package: prefix[:-1] if prefix[-1] == "/" else prefix for package, prefix in package_dir.items()} # If needed, set reasonable defaults for package_dir for package in packages: if package not in package_dir: package_dir[package] = package.replace(".", "/") if '' in package_dir: package_dir[package] = to_unix_path(os.path.join(package_dir[''], package_dir[package])) package_prefixes = _collect_package_prefixes(package_dir, packages) _classify_installed_files(cmkr.install(), package_data, package_prefixes, py_modules, new_py_modules, scripts, new_scripts, data_files, cmake_source_dir, skbuild_kw['cmake_install_dir']) original_manifestin_data_files = [] if kw.get("include_package_data", False): original_manifestin_data_files = parse_manifestin(os.path.join(os.getcwd(), "MANIFEST.in")) for path in original_manifestin_data_files: _classify_file(path, package_data, package_prefixes, py_modules, new_py_modules, scripts, new_scripts, data_files) if developer_mode: # Copy packages for package, package_file_list in package_data.items(): for package_file in package_file_list: package_file = os.path.join(package_dir[package], package_file) cmake_file = os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), package_file) if os.path.exists(cmake_file): _copy_file(cmake_file, package_file, hide_listing) # Copy modules for py_module in py_modules: package_file = py_module + ".py" cmake_file = os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), package_file) if os.path.exists(cmake_file): _copy_file(cmake_file, package_file, hide_listing) else: _consolidate_package_modules( cmake_source_dir, packages, package_dir, py_modules, package_data, hide_listing) original_package_data = kw.get('package_data', {}).copy() _consolidate_package_data_files(original_package_data, package_prefixes, hide_listing) for data_file in original_manifestin_data_files: dest_data_file = os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), data_file) _copy_file(data_file, dest_data_file, hide_listing) kw['package_data'] = package_data kw['package_dir'] = { package: ( os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), prefix) if os.path.exists(os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), prefix)) else prefix) for prefix, package in package_prefixes } kw['scripts'] = [ os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), script) if mask else script for script, mask in new_scripts.items() ] kw['data_files'] = [ (parent_dir, list(file_set)) for parent_dir, file_set in data_files.items() ] if 'zip_safe' not in kw: kw['zip_safe'] = False # Adapted from espdev/ITKPythonInstaller/setup.py.in # pylint: disable=missing-docstring class BinaryDistribution(upstream_Distribution): def has_ext_modules(self): # pylint: disable=no-self-use return has_cmakelists kw['distclass'] = BinaryDistribution print("") return upstream_setup(*args, **kw)
def _collect_package_prefixes(package_dir, packages): """ Collect the list of prefixes for all packages The list is used to match paths in the install manifest to packages specified in the setup.py script. The list is sorted in decreasing order of prefix length so that paths are matched with their immediate parent package, instead of any of that package's ancestors. For example, consider the project structure below. Assume that the setup call was made with a package list featuring "top" and "top.bar", but not "top.not_a_subpackage". :: top/ -> top/ __init__.py -> top/__init__.py (parent: top) foo.py -> top/foo.py (parent: top) bar/ -> top/bar/ (parent: top) __init__.py -> top/bar/__init__.py (parent: top.bar) not_a_subpackage/ -> top/not_a_subpackage/ (parent: top) data_0.txt -> top/not_a_subpackage/data_0.txt (parent: top) data_1.txt -> top/not_a_subpackage/data_1.txt (parent: top) The paths in the generated install manifest are matched to packages according to the parents indicated on the right. Only packages that are specified in the setup() call are considered. Because of the sort order, the data files on the bottom would have been mapped to "top.not_a_subpackage" instead of "top", proper -- had such a package been specified. """ return list(sorted( ( (package_dir[package].replace('.', '/'), package) for package in packages ), key=lambda tup: len(tup[0]), reverse=True )) def _classify_installed_files(install_paths, package_data, package_prefixes, py_modules, new_py_modules, scripts, new_scripts, data_files, cmake_source_dir, cmake_install_dir): assert not os.path.isabs(cmake_source_dir) assert cmake_source_dir != "." install_root = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR()) for path in install_paths: # if this installed file is not within the project root, complain and # exit if not to_platform_path(path).startswith(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR()): raise SKBuildError(( "\n CMake-installed files must be within the project root.\n" " Project Root : {}\n" " Violating File: {}\n").format( install_root, to_platform_path(path))) # peel off the 'skbuild' prefix path = to_unix_path(os.path.relpath(path, CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR())) _classify_file(path, package_data, package_prefixes, py_modules, new_py_modules, scripts, new_scripts, data_files) def _classify_file(path, package_data, package_prefixes, py_modules, new_py_modules, scripts, new_scripts, data_files): found_package = False found_module = False found_script = False path = to_unix_path(path) # check to see if path is part of a package for prefix, package in package_prefixes: if path.startswith(prefix + "/"): # peel off the package prefix path = to_unix_path(os.path.relpath(path, prefix)) package_file_list = package_data.get(package, []) package_file_list.append(path) package_data[package] = package_file_list found_package = True break if found_package: return # If control reaches this point, then this installed file is not part of # a package. # check if path is a module for module in py_modules: if path.replace("/", ".") == ".".join((module, "py")): new_py_modules[module] = True found_module = True break if found_module: return # If control reaches this point, then this installed file is not a # module # if the file is a script, mark the corresponding script for script in scripts: if path == script: new_scripts[script] = True found_script = True break if found_script: return # If control reaches this point, then this installed file is not a # script # If control reaches this point, then we have installed files that are # not part of a package, not a module, nor a script. Without any other # information, we can only treat it as a generic data file. parent_dir = os.path.dirname(path) file_set = data_files.get(parent_dir) if file_set is None: file_set = set() data_files[parent_dir] = file_set file_set.add(os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), path)) def _copy_file(src_file, dest_file, hide_listing=True): """Copy ``src_file`` to ``dest_file`` ensuring parent directory exists. By default, message like `creating directory /path/to/package` and `copying directory /src/path/to/package -> path/to/package` are displayed on standard output. Setting ``hide_listing`` to False avoids message from being displayed. """ # Create directory if needed dest_dir = os.path.dirname(dest_file) if dest_dir != "" and not os.path.exists(dest_dir): if not hide_listing: print("creating directory {}".format(dest_dir)) mkdir_p(dest_dir) # Copy file if not hide_listing: print("copying {} -> {}".format(src_file, dest_file)) copyfile(src_file, dest_file) copymode(src_file, dest_file) def _consolidate_package_modules( cmake_source_dir, packages, package_dir, py_modules, package_data, hide_listing ): """This function consolidates packages having modules located in both the source tree and the CMake install tree into one location. The one location is the CMake install tree (see :func:`.constants.CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR()`). Why ? This is a necessary evil because ``Setuptools`` keeps track of packages and modules files to install using a dictionary of lists where the key are package names (e.g ``foo.bar``) and the values are lists of module files (e.g ``['__init__.py', 'baz.py']``. Since this doesn't allow to "split" files associated with a given module in multiple location, one location is selected, and files are copied over. How? It currently searches for modules across both locations using the :class:`.utils.PythonModuleFinder`. then with the help of :func:`_package_data_contain_module`, it identifies which one are either already included or missing from the distribution. Once a module has been identified as ``missing``, it is both copied into the :func:`.constants.CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR()` and added to the ``package_data`` dictionary so that it can be considered by the upstream setup function. """ try: # Search for python modules in both the current directory # and cmake install tree. modules = PythonModuleFinder( packages, package_dir, py_modules, alternative_build_base=CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR() ).find_all_modules() except DistutilsError as msg: raise SystemExit("error: {}".format(str(msg))) print("") for entry in modules: # Check if module file should be copied into the CMake install tree. if _package_data_contain_module(entry, package_data): continue (package, _, src_module_file) = entry # Copy missing module file if os.path.exists(src_module_file): dest_module_file = os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), src_module_file) _copy_file(src_module_file, dest_module_file, hide_listing) # Since the mapping in package_data expects the package to be associated # with a list of files relative to the directory containing the package, # the following section makes sure to strip the redundant part of the # module file path. # The redundant part should be stripped for both cmake_source_dir and # the package. package_parts = [] if cmake_source_dir: package_parts = cmake_source_dir.split(os.path.sep) package_parts += package.split(".") stripped_module_file = strip_package(package_parts, src_module_file) # Update list of files associated with the corresponding package try: package_data[package].append(stripped_module_file) except KeyError: package_data[package] = [stripped_module_file] def _consolidate_package_data_files(original_package_data, package_prefixes, hide_listing): """This function copies package data files specified using the ``package_data`` keyword into :func:`.constants.CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR()`. :: setup(..., packages=['mypkg'], package_dir={'mypkg': 'src/mypkg'}, package_data={'mypkg': ['data/*.dat']}, ) Considering that (1) the packages associated with modules located in both the source tree and the CMake install tree are consolidated into the CMake install tree, and (2) the consolidated package path set in the ``package_dir`` dictionary and later used by setuptools to package (or install) modules and data files is :func:`.constants.CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR()`, copying the data files is required to ensure setuptools can find them when it uses the package directory. """ project_root = os.getcwd() for prefix, package in package_prefixes: if package not in original_package_data: continue raw_patterns = original_package_data[package] for pattern in raw_patterns: expanded_package_dir = os.path.join(project_root, prefix, pattern) for src_data_file in glob(expanded_package_dir): full_prefix_length = len(os.path.join(project_root, prefix)) + 1 data_file = src_data_file[full_prefix_length:] dest_data_file = os.path.join(CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR(), prefix, data_file) _copy_file(src_data_file, dest_data_file, hide_listing)