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import argparse
import fnmatch
import json
import os

from collections import defaultdict
from keyword import iskeyword
from pathlib import PosixPath, PurePosixPath
from importlib.metadata import Distribution

# From RPM's build/files.c strtokWithQuotes delim argument

# RPM hardcodes the lists of manpage extensions and directories,
# so we have to maintain separate ones :(
# There is an issue for RPM to provide the lists as macros:
# The original lists can be found here:
MANPAGE_EXTENSIONS = ['gz', 'Z', 'bz2', 'xz', 'lzma', 'zst', 'zstd']

class BuildrootPath(PurePosixPath):
    This path represents a path in a buildroot.
    When absolute, it is "relative" to a buildroot.

    E.g. /usr/lib means %{buildroot}/usr/lib
    The object carries no buildroot information.

    def from_real(realpath, *, root):
        For a given real disk path, return a BuildrootPath in the given root.

        For example::

            >>> BuildrootPath.from_real(PosixPath('/tmp/buildroot/foo'), root=PosixPath('/tmp/buildroot'))
        return BuildrootPath("/") / realpath.relative_to(root)

    def to_real(self, root):
        Return a real PosixPath in the given root

        For example::

            >>> BuildrootPath('/foo').to_real(PosixPath('/tmp/buildroot'))
        return root / self.relative_to("/")

    def normpath(self):
        Normalize all the potential /../ parts of the path without touching real files.

        PurePaths don't have .resolve().
        Paths have .resolve() but it touches real files.
        This is an alternative. It assumes there are no symbolic links.


            >>> BuildrootPath('/usr/lib/python/../pypy').normpath()
        return type(self)(os.path.normpath(self))

def pycache_dir(script):
    For a script BuildrootPath, return a BuildrootPath of its __pycache__ directory.


        >>> pycache_dir(BuildrootPath('/whatever/'))

        >>> pycache_dir(BuildrootPath('/opt/python3.10/'))
    return script.parent / "__pycache__"

def pycached(script, python_version):
    For a script BuildrootPath, return a list with that path and its bytecode glob.
    Like the %pycached macro.

    The glob is represented as a BuildrootPath.


        >>> pycached(BuildrootPath('/whatever/'), '3.8')
        [BuildrootPath('/whatever/'), BuildrootPath('/whatever/__pycache__/bar.cpython-38{,.opt-?}.pyc')]

        >>> pycached(BuildrootPath('/opt/python3.10/'), '3.10')
        [BuildrootPath('/opt/python3.10/'), BuildrootPath('/opt/python3.10/__pycache__/foo.cpython-310{,.opt-?}.pyc')]
    assert script.suffix == ".py"
    pyver = "".join(python_version.split(".")[:2])
    pycname = f"{script.stem}.cpython-{pyver}{{,.opt-?}}.pyc"
    pyc = pycache_dir(script) / pycname
    return [script, pyc]

def add_file_to_module(paths, module_name, module_type, files_dirs, *files):
    Helper procedure, adds given files to the module_name of a given module_type
    for module in paths["modules"][module_name]:
        if module["type"] == module_type:
            if files[0] not in module[files_dirs]:
            {"type": module_type, "files": [], "dirs": [], files_dirs: list(files)}

def add_py_file_to_module(paths, module_name, module_type, path, python_version,
                          *, include_pycache_dir):
    Helper procedure, adds given .py file to the module_name of a given module_type
    Always also adds the bytecode cache.
    If include_pycache_dir is set, also include the __pycache__ directory.
    add_file_to_module(paths, module_name, module_type, "files", *pycached(path, python_version))
    if include_pycache_dir:
        add_file_to_module(paths, module_name, module_type, "dirs", pycache_dir(path))

def add_lang_to_module(paths, module_name, path):
    Helper procedure, divides lang files by language and adds them to the module_name

    Returns True if the language code detection was successful
    for i, parent in enumerate(path.parents):
        if i > 0 and == 'locale':
            lang_country_code = path.parents[i-1].name
        return False
    # convert potential en_US to plain en
    lang_code = lang_country_code.partition('_')[0]
    if module_name not in paths["lang"]:
        paths["lang"].update({module_name: defaultdict(list)})
    return True

def prepend_mandirs(prefix):
    Return the list of man page directories prepended with the given prefix.
    return [str(prefix) + mandir for mandir in MANDIRS]

def normalize_manpage_filename(prefix, path):
    If a path is processed by RPM's brp-compress script, strip it of the extension
    (if the extension matches one of the listed by brp-compress),
    append '*' to the filename and return it. If not, return the unchanged path.


        >>> normalize_manpage_filename(PosixPath('/usr'), BuildrootPath('/usr/share/man/de/man1/linkchecker.1'))

        >>> normalize_manpage_filename(PosixPath('/usr'), BuildrootPath('/usr/share/doc/en/man/man1/getmac.1'))

        >>> normalize_manpage_filename(PosixPath('/usr'), BuildrootPath('/usr/share/man/man8/abc.8.zstd'))

        >>> normalize_manpage_filename(PosixPath('/usr'), BuildrootPath('/usr/kerberos/man/dir'))

        >>> normalize_manpage_filename(PosixPath('/usr'), BuildrootPath('/usr/kerberos/man/dir.1'))

        >>> normalize_manpage_filename(PosixPath('/usr'), BuildrootPath('/usr/bin/getmac'))

    prefixed_mandirs = prepend_mandirs(prefix)
    for mandir in prefixed_mandirs:
        # "dir" is explicitly excluded by RPM
        if fnmatch.fnmatch(str(path.parent), mandir) and != "dir":
            # "abc.1.gz2" -> "abc.1*"
            if path.suffix[1:] in MANPAGE_EXTENSIONS:
                return BuildrootPath(path.parent / (path.stem + "*"))
            # "abc.1 -> abc.1*"
                return BuildrootPath(path.parent / ( + "*"))
        return path

def is_valid_module_name(s):
    """Return True if a string is considered a valid module name and False otherwise.

    String must be a valid Python name, not a Python keyword and must not
    start with underscore - we treat those as private.

        >>> is_valid_module_name('module_name')

        >>> is_valid_module_name('12module_name')

        >>> is_valid_module_name('module-name')

        >>> is_valid_module_name('return')

        >>> is_valid_module_name('_module_name')
    if (s.isidentifier() and not iskeyword(s) and not s.startswith("_")):
        return True
    return False

def module_names_from_path(path):
    """Get all importable module names from given path.

    Paths containing ".py" and ".so" files are considered importable modules,
    and so their respective directories (ie. "foo/bar/": "foo", "",
    Paths containing invalid Python strings are discarded.

    Return set of all valid possibilities.
    # Discard all files that are not valid modules
    if path.suffix not in (".py", ".so"):
        return set()

    parts = list(

    # Modify the file names according to their suffixes
    if path.suffix == ".py":
        parts[-1] = path.stem
    elif path.suffix == ".so":
        # .so files can have two suffixes - cut both of them
        parts[-1] = PosixPath(path.stem).stem

    # '__init__' indicates a module but we don't want to import the actual file
    # It's unclear whether there can be files in the Python packages.
    # The idea to implement this file was raised in 2008 on Python-ideas mailing list
    # (
    # and there are a few reports of people compiling their to
    # However it's not officially documented nor forbidden,
    # so we're checking for the stem after stripping the suffix from the file.
    if parts[-1] == "__init__":
        del parts[-1]

    # For each part of the path check whether it's valid
    # If not, discard the whole path - return an empty set
    for path_part in parts:
        if not is_valid_module_name(path_part):
            return set()
        return {'.'.join(parts[:x+1]) for x in range(len(parts))}

def classify_paths(
    record_path, parsed_record_content, metadata, sitedirs, python_version, prefix
    For each BuildrootPath in parsed_record_content classify it to a dict structure
    that allows to filter the files for the %files and %check section easier.

    For the dict structure, look at the beginning of this function's code.

    Each "module" is a dict with "type" ("package", "script", "extension"), and "files" and "dirs".
    distinfo = record_path.parent
    paths = {
        "metadata": {
            "files": [],  # regular %file entries with dist-info content
            "dirs": [distinfo],  # %dir %file entries with dist-info directory
            "docs": [],  # to be used once there is upstream way to recognize READMEs
            "licenses": [],  # %license entries parsed from dist-info METADATA file
        "lang": {}, # %lang entries: [module_name or None][language_code] lists of .mo files
        "modules": defaultdict(list),  # each importable module (directory, .py, .so)
        "module_names": set(),  # qualified names of each importable module ("")
        "other": {"files": []},  # regular %file entries we could not parse :(

    # In RECORDs generated by pip, there are no directories, only files.
    # The example RECORD from PEP 376 does not contain directories either.
    # Hence, we'll only assume files, but TODO get it officially documented.
    license_files = metadata.get_all('License-File')
    for path in parsed_record_content:
        if path.suffix == ".pyc":
            # we handle bytecode separately

        if distinfo in path.parents:
            if path.parent == distinfo and in ("RECORD", "REQUESTED"):
                # RECORD and REQUESTED files are removed in %pyproject_install
                # See PEP 627
            if license_files and str(path.relative_to(distinfo)) in license_files:
            # nested directories within distinfo
            index = path.parents.index(distinfo)
            for parent in list(path.parents)[:index]:  # no direct slice until Python 3.10
                if parent not in paths["metadata"]["dirs"]:

        for sitedir in sitedirs:
            if sitedir in path.parents:
                # Get only the part without sitedir prefix to classify module names
                relative_path = path.relative_to(sitedir)
                if path.parent == sitedir:
                    if path.suffix == ".so":
                        # extension modules can have 2 suffixes
                        name = BuildrootPath(path.stem).stem
                        add_file_to_module(paths, name, "extension", "files", path)
                    elif path.suffix == ".py":
                        name = path.stem
                        # we add the .pyc files, but not top-level __pycache__
                            paths, name, "script", path, python_version,
                    # this file is inside a dir, we add all dirs upwards until sitedir
                    index = path.parents.index(sitedir)
                    module_dir = path.parents[index - 1]
                    for parent in list(path.parents)[:index]:  # no direct slice until Python 3.10
                        add_file_to_module(paths,, "package", "dirs", parent)
                    is_lang = False
                    if path.suffix == ".mo":
                        is_lang = add_lang_to_module(paths,, path)
                    if not is_lang:
                        if path.suffix == ".py":
                            # we add the .pyc files, and their __pycache__
                                paths,, "package", path, python_version,
                            add_file_to_module(paths,, "package", "files", path)
            if path.suffix == ".mo":
                add_lang_to_module(paths, None, path) or paths["other"]["files"].append(path)
                path = normalize_manpage_filename(prefix, path)

    return paths

def escape_rpm_path(path):
    Escape special characters in string-paths or BuildrootPaths

    E.g. a space in path otherwise makes RPM think it's multiple paths,
    unless we put it in "quotes".
    Or a literal % symbol in path might be expanded as a macro if not escaped.

    Due to limitations in RPM,
    some paths with spaces and other special characters are not supported.


        >>> escape_rpm_path(BuildrootPath('/usr/lib/python3.9/site-packages/setuptools'))

        >>> escape_rpm_path('/usr/lib/python3.9/site-packages/setuptools/script (dev).tmpl')
        '"/usr/lib/python3.9/site-packages/setuptools/script (dev).tmpl"'

        >>> escape_rpm_path('/usr/share/data/100%valid.path')

        >>> escape_rpm_path('/usr/share/data/100 % valid.path')
        '"/usr/share/data/100 %%%%%%%% valid.path"'

        >>> escape_rpm_path('/usr/share/data/1000 %% valid.path')
        '"/usr/share/data/1000 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% valid.path"'

        >>> escape_rpm_path('/usr/share/data/spaces and "quotes"')
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        NotImplementedError: ...

        >>> escape_rpm_path('/usr/share/data/spaces and [square brackets]')
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        NotImplementedError: ...
    orig_path = path = str(path)
    if "%" in path:
        # Escaping by 8 %s has been verified in RPM 4.16 and 4.17, but probably not stable
        # See this thread
        # On the CI, we build tests/escape_percentages.spec to verify this assumption
        path = path.replace("%", "%" * 8)
    if any(symbol in path for symbol in RPM_FILES_DELIMETERS):
        if '"' in path:
            # As far as we know, RPM cannot list such file individually
            # See this thread
            raise NotImplementedError(f'" symbol in path with spaces is not supported by %pyproject_save_files: {orig_path!r}')
        if "[" in path or "]" in path:
            # See
            # and
            raise NotImplementedError(f'[ or ] symbol in path with spaces is not supported by %pyproject_save_files: {orig_path!r}')
        return f'"{path}"'
    return path

def generate_file_list(paths_dict, module_globs, include_others=False):
    This function takes the classified paths_dict and turns it into lines
    for the %files section. Returns list with text lines, no Path objects.

    Only includes files from modules that match module_globs, metadata and
    optionaly all other files.

    It asserts that all globs match at least one module, raises ValueError otherwise.
    Multiple globs matching identical module(s) are OK.
    files = set()

    if include_others:
        files.update(f"{escape_rpm_path(p)}" for p in paths_dict["other"]["files"])
            for lang_code in paths_dict["lang"][None]:
                files.update(f"%lang({lang_code}) {escape_rpm_path(p)}" for p in paths_dict["lang"][None][lang_code])
        except KeyError:

    files.update(f"{escape_rpm_path(p)}" for p in paths_dict["metadata"]["files"])
    for macro in "dir", "doc", "license":
        files.update(f"%{macro} {escape_rpm_path(p)}" for p in paths_dict["metadata"][f"{macro}s"])

    modules = paths_dict["modules"]
    done_modules = set()
    done_globs = set()

    for glob in module_globs:
        for name in modules:
            if fnmatch.fnmatchcase(name, glob):
                if name not in done_modules:
                        for lang_code in paths_dict["lang"][name]:
                            files.update(f"%lang({lang_code}) {escape_rpm_path(p)}" for p in paths_dict["lang"][name][lang_code])
                    except KeyError:
                    for module in modules[name]:
                        files.update(f"%dir {escape_rpm_path(p)}" for p in module["dirs"])
                        files.update(f"{escape_rpm_path(p)}" for p in module["files"])

    missed = module_globs - done_globs
    if missed:
        missed_text = ", ".join(sorted(missed))
        raise ValueError(f"Globs did not match any module: {missed_text}")

    return sorted(files)

def parse_varargs(varargs):
    Parse varargs from the %pyproject_save_files macro

    Arguments starting with + are treated as a flags, everything else is a glob

    Returns as set of globs, boolean flag whether to include all the other files

    Raises ValueError for unknown flags and globs with dots (namespace packages).

    Good examples:

        >>> parse_varargs(['*'])
        ({'*'}, False)

        >>> mods, auto = parse_varargs(['requests*', 'kerberos', '+auto'])
        >>> auto
        >>> sorted(mods)
        ['kerberos', 'requests*']

        >>> mods, auto = parse_varargs(['tldr', 'tensorf*'])
        >>> auto
        >>> sorted(mods)
        ['tensorf*', 'tldr']

        >>> parse_varargs(['+auto'])
        (set(), True)

    Bad examples:

        >>> parse_varargs(['+kinkdir'])
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        ValueError: Invalid argument: +kinkdir

        >>> parse_varargs(['good', '+bad', '*ugly*'])
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        ValueError: Invalid argument: +bad

        >>> parse_varargs(['+bad', 'my.bad'])
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        ValueError: Invalid argument: +bad

        >>> parse_varargs(['mod', 'mod.*'])
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        ValueError: Attempted to use a namespaced package with . in the glob: mod.*. ...

        >>> parse_varargs(['my.bad', '+bad'])
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        ValueError: Attempted to use a namespaced package with . in the glob: my.bad. ...

        >>> parse_varargs(['mod/submod'])
        Traceback (most recent call last):
        ValueError: Attempted to use a namespaced package with / in the glob: mod/submod. ...
    include_auto = False
    globs = set()
    namespace_error_template = (
        "Attempted to use a namespaced package with {symbol} in the glob: {arg}. "
        "That is not (yet) supported. Use {top} instead and see "
        " for details."
    for arg in varargs:
        if arg.startswith("+"):
            if arg == "+auto":
                include_auto = True
                raise ValueError(f"Invalid argument: {arg}")
        elif "." in arg:
            top, *_ = arg.partition(".")
            raise ValueError(namespace_error_template.format(symbol=".", arg=arg, top=top))
        elif "/" in arg:
            top, *_ = arg.partition("/")
            raise ValueError(namespace_error_template.format(symbol="/", arg=arg, top=top))

    return globs, include_auto

def load_parsed_record(pyproject_record):
    parsed_record = {}
    with open(pyproject_record) as pyproject_record_file:
        content = json.load(pyproject_record_file)

    if len(content) > 1:
        raise FileExistsError("%pyproject install has found more than one *.dist-info/RECORD file. "
                              "Currently, %pyproject_save_files supports only one wheel → one file list mapping. "
                              "Feel free to open a bugzilla for pyproject-rpm-macros and describe your usecase.")

    # Redefine strings stored in JSON to BuildRootPaths
    for record_path, files in content.items():
        parsed_record[BuildrootPath(record_path)] = [BuildrootPath(f) for f in files]

    return parsed_record

def dist_metadata(buildroot, record_path):
    Returns distribution metadata (email.message.EmailMessage), possibly empty
    real_dist_path = record_path.parent.to_real(buildroot)
    dist =
    return dist.metadata

def pyproject_save_files_and_modules(buildroot, sitelib, sitearch, python_version, pyproject_record, prefix, varargs):
    Takes arguments from the %{pyproject_save_files} macro

    Returns tuple: list of paths for the %files section and list of module names
    for the %check section
    # On 32 bit architectures, sitelib equals to sitearch
    # This saves us browsing one directory twice
    sitedirs = sorted({sitelib, sitearch})

    globs, include_auto = parse_varargs(varargs)
    parsed_records = load_parsed_record(pyproject_record)

    final_file_list = []
    all_module_names = set()

    for record_path, files in parsed_records.items():
        metadata = dist_metadata(buildroot, record_path)
        paths_dict = classify_paths(
            record_path, files, metadata, sitedirs, python_version, prefix

            generate_file_list(paths_dict, globs, include_auto)

    # Sort values, so they are always checked in the same order
    all_module_names = sorted(all_module_names)

    return final_file_list, all_module_names

def main(cli_args):
    file_section, module_names = pyproject_save_files_and_modules(

    cli_args.output_files.write_text("\n".join(file_section) + "\n", encoding="utf-8")
    cli_args.output_modules.write_text("\n".join(module_names) + "\n", encoding="utf-8")

def argparser():
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
    r = parser.add_argument_group("required arguments")
    r.add_argument("--output-files", type=PosixPath, required=True)
    r.add_argument("--output-modules", type=PosixPath, required=True)
    r.add_argument("--buildroot", type=PosixPath, required=True)
    r.add_argument("--sitelib", type=BuildrootPath, required=True)
    r.add_argument("--sitearch", type=BuildrootPath, required=True)
    r.add_argument("--python-version", type=str, required=True)
    r.add_argument("--pyproject-record", type=PosixPath, required=True)
    r.add_argument("--prefix", type=PosixPath, required=True)
    parser.add_argument("varargs", nargs="+")
    return parser

if __name__ == "__main__":
    cli_args = argparser().parse_args()