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#
# debianbts.py - Routines to deal with BTS web pages
#
# Written by Chris Lawrence <lawrencc@debian.org>
# (C) 1999-2008 Chris Lawrence
# Copyright (C) 2008-2009 Sandro Tosi <morph@debian.org>
#
# This program is freely distributable per the following license:
#
## Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its
## documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted,
## provided that the above copyright notice appears in all copies and that
## both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
## supporting documentation.
##
## I DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL
## IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS, IN NO EVENT SHALL I
## BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY
## DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS,
## WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION,
## ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS
## SOFTWARE.
#
# Version ##VERSION##; see changelog for revision history
#
# $Id: debianbts.py,v 1.24.2.15 2008-04-18 05:38:27 lawrencc Exp $
import utils
import sys
import mailbox
import email
import email.Errors
import cStringIO
import sgmllib
import glob
import os
import re
import time
import urllib
import textwrap
import pprint
import checkversions
from exceptions import (
NoNetwork,
)
from urlutils import open_url
def msgfactory(fp):
try:
return email.message_from_file(fp)
except email.Errors.MessageParseError:
# Don't return None since that will
# stop the mailbox iterator
return ''
class Error(Exception):
pass
# Severity levels
SEVERITIES = {
'critical' : """makes unrelated software on the system (or the
whole system) break, or causes serious data loss, or introduces a
security hole on systems where you install the package.""",
'grave' : """makes the package in question unusable by most or all users,
or causes data loss, or introduces a security hole allowing access
to the accounts of users who use the package.""",
'serious' : """is a severe violation of Debian policy (that is,
the problem is a violation of a 'must' or 'required' directive);
may or may not affect the usability of the package. Note that non-severe
policy violations may be 'normal,' 'minor,' or 'wishlist' bugs.
(Package maintainers may also designate other bugs as 'serious' and thus
release-critical; however, end users should not do so.)""",
'important' : """a bug which has a major effect on the usability
of a package, without rendering it completely unusable to
everyone.""",
'does-not-build' : """a bug that stops the package from being built
from source. (This is a 'virtual severity'.)""",
'normal' : """a bug that does not undermine the usability of the
whole package; for example, a problem with a particular option or
menu item.""",
'minor' : """things like spelling mistakes and other minor
cosmetic errors that do not affect the core functionality of the
package.""",
'wishlist' : "suggestions and requests for new features.",
}
# justifications for critical bugs
JUSTIFICATIONS = {
'critical' : (
('breaks unrelated software', """breaks unrelated software on the system
(packages that have a dependency relationship are not unrelated)"""),
('breaks the whole system', """renders the entire system unusable (e.g.,
unbootable, unable to reach a multiuser runlevel, etc.)"""),
('causes serious data loss', """causes loss of important, irreplaceable
data"""),
('root security hole', """introduces a security hole allowing access to
root (or another privileged system account), or data normally
accessible only by such accounts"""),
('unknown', """not sure, or none of the above"""),
),
'grave' : (
('renders package unusable', """renders the package unusable, or mostly
so, on all or nearly all possible systems on which it could be installed
(i.e., not a hardware-specific bug); or renders package uninstallable
or unremovable without special effort"""),
('causes non-serious data loss', """causes the loss of data on the system
that is unimportant, or restorable without resorting to backup media"""),
('user security hole', """introduces a security hole allowing access to
user accounts or data not normally accessible"""),
('unknown', """not sure, or none of the above"""),
)
}
# Ordering for justifications
JUSTORDER = {
'critical' : ['breaks unrelated software',
'breaks the whole system',
'causes serious data loss',
'root security hole',
'unknown'],
'grave' : ['renders package unusable',
'causes non-serious data loss',
'user security hole',
'unknown']
}
SEVERITIES_gnats = {
'critical' : 'The product, component or concept is completely'
'non-operational or some essential functionality is missing. No'
'workaround is known.',
'serious' : 'The product, component or concept is not working'
'properly or significant functionality is missing. Problems that'
'would otherwise be considered ''critical'' are rated ''serious'' when'
'a workaround is known.',
'non-critical' : 'The product, component or concept is working'
'in general, but lacks features, has irritating behavior, does'
'something wrong, or doesn''t match its documentation.',
}
# Rank order of severities, for sorting
SEVLIST = ['critical', 'grave', 'serious', 'important', 'does-not-build',
'normal', 'non-critical', 'minor', 'wishlist', 'fixed']
def convert_severity(severity, type='debbugs'):
"Convert severity names if needed."
if type == 'debbugs':
return {'non-critical' : 'normal'}.get(severity, severity)
elif type == 'gnats':
return {'grave' : 'critical',
'important' : 'serious',
'normal' : 'non-critical',
'minor' : 'non-critical',
'wishlist' : 'non-critical'}.get(severity, severity)
else:
return severity
# These packages are virtual in Debian; we don't look them up...
debother = {
'base' : 'General bugs in the base system',
# Actually a real package, but most people don't have boot-floppies installed for good reason
# 'boot-floppy' : '(Obsolete, please use boot-floppies instead.)',
# 'boot-floppies' : 'Bugs in the woody installation subsystem',
'bugs.debian.org' : 'The bug tracking system, @bugs.debian.org',
'buildd.debian.org' : 'Problems and requests related to the Debian Buildds',
'buildd.emdebian.org' : 'Problems related to building packages for Emdebian',
'cdimage.debian.org' : 'CD Image issues',
'cdrom' : 'Problems with installation from CD-ROMs',
# dpkg-iwj -- The dpkg branch maintained by Ian Jackson
'debian-policy' : 'Proposed changes in the Debian policy documentation',
'debian-i18n' : 'Requests regarding Internationalization (i18n) of the distribution',
'ftp.debian.org' : 'Problems with the FTP site and Package removal requests',
'general' : 'General problems (e.g., that many manpages are mode 755)',
# 'install' : 'Problems with the sarge installer.',
# 'installation' : 'General installation problems not covered otherwise.',
'installation-reports' : 'Problems with installing Debian',
'listarchives' : 'Problems with the WWW mailing list archives',
'lists.debian.org' : 'The mailing lists, debian-*@lists.debian.org.',
'mirrors' : 'Problems with Debian archive mirrors.',
'nm.debian.org' : 'New Maintainer process and nm.debian.org website',
'press' : 'Press release issues',
'project' : 'Problems related to project administration',
'qa.debian.org' : 'Problems related to the quality assurance group',
#slink-cd -- Slink CD
'release.debian.org' : 'Requests regarding Debian releases and release team tools',
'release-notes' : 'Problems with the release notes',
'security-tracker' : 'The Debian Security Bug Tracker',
'security.debian.org' : 'Problems with the security updates server',
'spam' : 'Spam (reassign spam to here so we can complain about it)',
'tech-ctte' : 'Issues to be referred to the technical committee',
'upgrade-reports' : 'Reports of successful and unsucessful upgrades',
'wiki.debian.org' : 'Problems with the Debian wiki',
'wnpp' : 'Work-Needing and Prospective Packages list',
'www.debian.org' : 'Problems with the WWW site (including other *.debian.org sites)'
}
progenyother = {
'debian-general' : 'Any non-package-specific bug',
}
def handle_debian_ftp(package, bts, ui, fromaddr, online=True, http_proxy=None):
body = reason = archs = ''
suite = 'unstable'
headers = []
pseudos = []
query = True
tag = ui.menu('What sort of request is this? (If none of these '
'things mean anything to you, or you are trying to report '
'a bug in an existing package, please press Enter to '
'exit reportbug.)', {
'ROM' :
"Package removal - Request Of Maintainer.",
'RoQA' :
"Package removal - Requested by the QA team.",
'ROP' :
"Package removal - Request of Porter.",
'ROSRM' :
"Package removal - Request of Stable Release Manager.",
'NBS' :
"Package removal - Not Built [by] Source.",
'NPOASR' :
"Package removal - Never Part Of A Stable Release.",
'NVIU' :
"Package removal - Newer Version In Unstable.",
'ANAIS' :
"Package removal - Architecture Not Allowed In Source.",
'ICE' :
"Package removal - Internal Compiler Error.",
'other' :
"Not a package removal request, report other problems.",
}, 'Choose the request type: ', empty_ok=True)
if not tag:
ui.long_message('To report a bug in a package, use the name of the package, not ftp.debian.org.\n')
raise SystemExit
severity = 'normal'
if tag == 'other':
return
else:
prompt = 'Please enter the name of the package: '
package = ui.get_string(prompt)
if not package:
ui.ewrite('You seem to want to report a generic bug, not request a removal\n')
return
ui.ewrite('Checking status database...\n')
info = utils.get_package_status(package)
available = info[1]
query = False
if not available:
info = utils.get_source_package(package)
if info:
info = utils.get_package_status(info[0][0])
if not info:
cont = ui.select_options(
"This package doesn't appear to exist; continue?",
'yN', {'y': 'Ignore this problem and continue.',
'n': 'Exit without filing a report.' })
if cont == 'n':
sys.exit(1)
else:
package = info[12] or package
suite = ui.menu('Is the removal to be done in a suite other than'
' "unstable"? Please press Enter for "unstable"', {
'oldstable' : "Old stable.",
'oldstable-proposed-updates' : "Old stable proposed updates.",
'stable' : "Stable.",
'stable-proposed-updates' : "Stable proposed updates.",
'testing' : "Testing only (NOT unstable)",
'testing-proposed-updates' : "Testing proposed updates",
'experimental' : "Experimental.",
}, 'Choose the suite: ', empty_ok=True)
if not suite:
suite = 'unstable'
if suite not in ('testing', 'unstable', 'experimental'):
headers.append('X-Debbugs-CC: debian-release@lists.debian.org')
ui.ewrite('Your report will be carbon-copied to debian-release.\n')
why = 'Please enter the reason for removal: '
reason = ui.get_string(why)
if not reason: return
partial = ui.select_options(
"Is this removal request for specific architectures?",
'yN', {'y': 'This is a partial (specific architectures) removal.',
'n': 'This removal is for all architectures.' })
if partial == 'y':
prompt = 'Please enter the arch list separated by a space: '
archs = ui.get_string(prompt)
if not archs:
ui.long_message('Partial removal requests must have a list of architectures.\n')
raise SystemExit
if archs:
if suite != 'unstable':
subject = 'RM: %s/%s [%s] -- %s; %s' % (package, suite, archs, tag, reason)
else:
subject = 'RM: %s [%s] -- %s; %s' % (package, archs, tag, reason)
else:
if suite != 'unstable':
subject = 'RM: %s/%s -- %s; %s' % (package, suite, tag, reason)
else:
subject = 'RM: %s -- %s; %s' % (package, tag, reason)
if suite == 'testing':
ui.ewrite('Please use the following subject and send a mail to '
'debian-release@lists.debian.org to request removal.\n')
ui.ewrite(subject)
sys.exit(1)
return (subject, severity, headers, pseudos, body, query)
itp_template = textwrap.dedent(u"""\
* Package name : %(package)s
Version : x.y.z
Upstream Author : Name <somebody@example.org>
* URL : http://www.example.org/
* License : (GPL, LGPL, BSD, MIT/X, etc.)
Programming Lang: (C, C++, C#, Perl, Python, etc.)
Description : %(short_desc)s
(Include the long description here.)
""")
def handle_wnpp(package, bts, ui, fromaddr, online=True, http_proxy=None):
short_desc = body = ''
headers = []
pseudos = []
query = True
tag = ui.menu('What sort of request is this? (If none of these '
'things mean anything to you, or you are trying to report '
'a bug in an existing package, please press Enter to '
'exit reportbug.)', {
'O' :
"The package has been `Orphaned'. It needs a new maintainer as soon as possible.",
'RFA' :
"This is a `Request for Adoption'. Due to lack of time, resources, interest or something similar, the current maintainer is asking for someone else to maintain this package. They will maintain it in the meantime, but perhaps not in the best possible way. In short: the package needs a new maintainer.",
'RFH' :
"This is a `Request For Help'. The current maintainer wants to continue to maintain this package, but they needs some help to do this, because their time is limited or the package is quite big and needs several maintainers.",
'ITP' :
"This is an `Intent To Package'. Please submit a package description along with copyright and URL in such a report.",
'RFP' :
"This is a `Request For Package'. You have found an interesting piece of software and would like someone else to maintain it for Debian. Please submit a package description along with copyright and URL in such a report.",
}, 'Choose the request type: ', empty_ok=True)
if not tag:
ui.long_message('To report a bug in a package, use the name of the package, not wnpp.\n')
raise SystemExit
if tag in ('RFP', 'ITP'):
prompt = 'Please enter the proposed package name: '
else:
prompt = 'Please enter the name of the package: '
package = ui.get_string(prompt)
if not package: return
ui.ewrite('Checking status database...\n')
info = utils.get_package_status(package)
available = info[1]
severity = 'normal'
if tag in ('ITP', 'RFP'):
if available and (not online or checkversions.check_available(
package, '0', http_proxy=http_proxy)):
if not ui.yes_no(
('A package called %s already appears to exist (at least on '
'your system); continue?' % package),
'Ignore this problem and continue. If you have '
'already locally created a package with this name, this '
'warning message may have been produced in error.',
'Exit without filing a report.', default=0):
sys.exit(1)
severity = 'wishlist'
short_desc = ui.get_string(
'Please briefly describe this package; this should be an '
'appropriate short description for the eventual package: ')
if not short_desc:
return
if tag == 'ITP':
headers.append('X-Debbugs-CC: debian-devel@lists.debian.org')
pseudos.append(u'Owner: %s' % fromaddr.decode('utf-8', 'replace'))
ui.ewrite('Your report will be carbon-copied to debian-devel, '
'per Debian policy.\n')
body = itp_template % vars()
elif tag in ('O', 'RFA', 'RFH'):
severity = 'normal'
query = False
if not available:
info = utils.get_source_package(package)
if info:
info = utils.get_package_status(info[0][0])
if not info:
cont = ui.select_options(
"This package doesn't appear to exist; continue?",
'yN', {'y': 'Ignore this problem and continue.',
'n': 'Exit without filing a report.' })
if cont == 'n':
sys.exit(1)
short_desc = long_desc = ''
else:
short_desc = info[11] or ''
package = info[12] or package
long_desc = info[13]
if tag == 'O' and info and info[9] in \
('required', 'important', 'standard'):
severity = 'important'
if tag == 'RFH':
headers.append('X-Debbugs-CC: debian-devel@lists.debian.org')
ui.ewrite('Your request will be carbon-copied to debian-devel, '
'per Debian policy.\n')
if long_desc:
orphstr = 'intend to orphan'
if tag == 'RFA':
orphstr = 'request an adopter for'
elif tag == 'RFH':
orphstr = 'request assistance with maintaining'
body = ('I %s the %s package.\n\n'
'The package description is:\n') % (orphstr, package)
body = body + long_desc + '\n'
if short_desc:
subject = '%s: %s -- %s' % (tag, package, short_desc)
else:
subject = '%s: %s' % (tag, package)
return (subject, severity, headers, pseudos, body, query)
def dpkg_infofunc():
debarch = utils.get_arch()
if debarch:
utsmachine = os.uname()[4]
if utsmachine == debarch:
debinfo = u'Architecture: %s\n\n' % debarch
else:
debinfo = u'Architecture: %s (%s)\n\n' % (debarch, utsmachine)
else:
debinfo = u'Architecture: ? (%s)\n\n' % utsmachine
return debinfo
def debian_infofunc():
return utils.get_debian_release_info() + dpkg_infofunc()
def ubuntu_infofunc():
return utils.lsb_release_info() + dpkg_infofunc()
def generic_infofunc():
utsmachine = os.uname(4)
return utils.lsb_release_info() + u'Architecture: %s\n\n' % utsmachine
# Supported servers
# Theoretically support for GNATS and Jitterbug could be added here.
SYSTEMS = { 'debian' :
{ 'name' : 'Debian', 'email': '%s@bugs.debian.org',
'btsroot' : 'http://www.debian.org/Bugs/',
'otherpkgs' : debother,
'nonvirtual' : ['linux-image', 'kernel-image'],
'specials' :
{ 'wnpp': handle_wnpp,
'ftp.debian.org': handle_debian_ftp },
# Dependency packages
'deppkgs' : ('gcc', 'g++', 'cpp', 'gcj', 'gpc', 'gobjc',
'chill', 'gij', 'g77', 'python', 'python-base',
'x-window-system-core', 'x-window-system'),
'cgiroot' : 'http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/',
'infofunc' : debian_infofunc,
},
'ubuntu' :
{ 'name' : 'Ubuntu', 'email' : 'ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com',
'type' : 'mailto',
'infofunc' : ubuntu_infofunc,
},
'guug' :
{ 'name' : 'GUUG (German Unix User Group)',
'email' : '%s@bugs.guug.de', 'query-dpkg' : False },
}
CLASSES = {
'sw-bug' : 'The problem is a bug in the software or code. For'
'example, a crash would be a sw-bug.',
'doc-bug' : 'The problem is in the documentation. For example,'
'an error in a man page would be a doc-bug.',
'change-request' : 'You are requesting a new feature or a change'
'in the behavior of software, or are making a suggestion. For'
'example, if you wanted reportbug to be able to get your local'
'weather forecast, as well as report bugs, that would be a'
'change-request.',
}
CLASSLIST = ['sw-bug', 'doc-bug', 'change-request']
CRITICAL_TAGS = {
'security' : 'This problem is a security vulnerability in Debian.',
}
TAGS = {
'patch' : 'You are including a patch to fix this problem.',
## 'upstream' : 'You believe this problem is not specific to Debian.',
## 'potato' : 'This bug only applies to the potato release (Debian 2.2).',
## 'woody' : 'This bug only applies to the woody release (Debian 3.0).',
## 'sarge' : 'This bug only applies to the sarge release (Debian 3.1).',
## 'sid' : 'This bug only applies to the unstable branch of Debian.',
"l10n" : "This bug reports a localization/internationalization issue.",
## 'done' : 'No more tags.',
}
EXTRA_TAGS = ['potato', 'woody', 'sarge', 'security', 'sid', 'upstream']
TAGLIST = ['l10n', 'patch']
CRITICAL_TAGLIST = ['security']
def yn_bool(setting):
if setting:
if str(setting) == 'no':
return 'no'
return 'yes'
else:
return 'no'
def cgi_report_url(system, number, archived=False, mbox=False):
root = SYSTEMS[system].get('cgiroot')
if root:
return '%sbugreport.cgi?bug=%d&archived=%s&mbox=%s' % (
root, number, archived, yn_bool(mbox))
return None
def cgi_package_url(system, package, archived=False, source=False,
repeatmerged=True, version=None):
root = SYSTEMS[system].get('cgiroot')
if not root: return None
#package = urllib.quote_plus(package.lower())
if source:
query = {'src' : package.lower()}
else:
query = {'pkg' : package.lower()}
query['repeatmerged'] = yn_bool(repeatmerged)
query['archived'] = yn_bool(archived)
if version:
query['version'] = str(version)
qstr = urllib.urlencode(query)
#print qstr
return '%spkgreport.cgi?%s' % (root, qstr)
def package_url(system, package, mirrors=None, source=False,
repeatmerged=True):
btsroot=get_btsroot(system, mirrors)
package = urllib.quote_plus(package.lower())
return btsroot+('db/pa/l%s.html' % package)
def report_url(system, number, mirrors=None):
number = str(number)
if len(number) < 2: return None
btsroot=get_btsroot(system, mirrors)
return btsroot+('db/%s/%s.html' % (number[:2], number))
def get_package_url(system, package, mirrors=None, source=False,
archived=False, repeatmerged=True):
return (cgi_package_url(system, package, archived, source, repeatmerged) or
package_url(system, package, mirrors, source, repeatmerged))
def get_report_url(system, number, mirrors=None, archived=False, mbox=False):
return (cgi_report_url(system, number, archived, mbox) or
report_url(system, number, mirrors))
def parse_bts_url(url):
bits = url.split(':', 1)
if len(bits) != 2: return None
type, loc = bits
if loc.startswith('//'): loc = loc[2:]
while loc.endswith('/'): loc = loc[:-1]
return type, loc
# Dynamically add any additional systems found
for origin in glob.glob('/etc/dpkg/origins/*'):
try:
fp = file(origin)
system = os.path.basename(origin)
SYSTEMS[system] = SYSTEMS.get(system, { 'otherpkgs' : {},
'query-dpkg' : True,
'mirrors' : {},
'cgiroot' : None } )
for line in fp:
try:
(header, content) = line.split(': ', 1)
header = header.lower()
content = content.strip()
if header == 'vendor':
SYSTEMS[system]['name'] = content
elif header == 'bugs':
(type, root) = parse_bts_url(content)
SYSTEMS[system]['type'] = type
if type == 'debbugs':
SYSTEMS[system]['btsroot'] = 'http://'+root+'/'
SYSTEMS[system]['email'] = '%s@'+root
elif type == 'mailto':
SYSTEMS[system]['btsroot'] = None
SYSTEMS[system]['email'] = root
else:
# We don't know what to do...
pass
except ValueError:
pass
fp.close()
except IOError:
pass
# For summary pages, we want to keep:
#
# - Contents of <title>...</title>
# - Contents of <h2>...</h2>
# - Contents of each <li>
#
# For individual bugs, we want to keep:
# - Contents of <title>...</title>
# - Contents of every <pre>...</pre> after a <h2>....</h2> tag.
class BTSParser(sgmllib.SGMLParser):
def __init__(self, mode='summary', cgi=False, followups=False):
sgmllib.SGMLParser.__init__(self)
self.hierarchy = []
self.lidata = None
self.lidatalist = None
self.savedata = None
self.title = None
self.bugcount = 0
self.mode = mode
self.cgi = cgi
self.followups = followups
self.inbuglist = self.intrailerinfo = False
self.bugtitle = None
if followups:
self.preblock = []
else:
self.preblock = ''
self.endh2 = False
# --- Formatter interface, taking care of 'savedata' mode;
# shouldn't need to be overridden
def handle_data(self, data):
if self.savedata is not None:
self.savedata += data
# --- Hooks to save data; shouldn't need to be overridden
def save_bgn(self):
self.savedata = ''
def save_end(self, mode=False):
data = self.savedata
if not mode and data:
data = ' '.join(data.split())
self.savedata = None
return data
def start_h1(self, attrs):
self.save_bgn()
self.oldmode = self.mode
self.mode = 'title'
def end_h1(self):
self.title = self.save_end()
self.mode = self.oldmode
def start_h2(self, attrs):
if self.lidata: self.check_li()
self.save_bgn()
def end_h2(self):
if self.mode == 'summary':
hiertitle = self.save_end()
if 'bug' in hiertitle:
self.hierarchy.append( (hiertitle, []) )
self.endh2 = True # We are at the end of a title, flag <pre>
def start_ul(self, attrs):
if self.mode == 'summary':
for k, v in attrs:
if k == 'class' and v == 'bugs':
self.inbuglist = True
def end_ul(self):
if self.inbuglist:
self.check_li()
self.inbuglist = False
def do_br(self, attrs):
if self.mode == 'title':
self.savedata = ""
elif self.mode == 'summary' and self.inbuglist and not self.intrailerinfo:
self.bugtitle = self.save_end()
self.intrailerinfo = True
self.save_bgn()
def check_li(self):
if self.mode == 'summary':
if not self.intrailerinfo:
self.bugtitle = self.save_end()
trailinfo = ''
else:
trailinfo = self.save_end()
match = re.search(r'fixed:\s+([\w.+~-]+(\s+[\w.+~:-]+)?)', trailinfo)
if match:
title = self.bugtitle
bits = re.split(r':\s+', title, 1)
if len(bits) > 1:
buginfo = '%s [FIXED %s]: %s' % (
bits[0], match.group(1), bits[1])
else:
if title.endswith(':'):
title = title[:-1]
buginfo = '%s [FIXED %s]' % (title, match.group(1))
else:
buginfo = self.bugtitle
self.lidatalist.append(buginfo)
self.bugcount += 1
self.lidata = self.intrailerinfo = False
def do_li(self, attrs):
if self.mode == 'summary' and self.inbuglist:
if self.lidata: self.check_li()
self.lidata = True
if self.hierarchy:
self.lidatalist = self.hierarchy[-1][1]
else:
self.lidatalist = []
self.save_bgn()
def start_pre(self, attrs):
"Save <pre> when we follow a </h2>"
if self.followups:
if not self.endh2: return
else:
if self.cgi and self.preblock: return
self.save_bgn()
def end_pre(self):
if self.followups:
if not self.endh2: return
self.endh2 = False # Done with a report, reset </h2>.
stuff = self.save_end(1)
if not self.cgi:
self.preblock.insert(0, stuff)
else:
self.preblock.append(stuff)
elif not (self.preblock and self.cgi):
self.preblock = self.save_end(1)
def reorganize(self):
if not self.hierarchy:
return
newhierarchy = []
fixed = []
fixedfinder = re.compile(r'\[FIXED ([^\]]+)\]')
resolvedfinder = re.compile(r'Resolved')
for (title, buglist) in self.hierarchy:
if 'Resolved' in title:
newhierarchy.append( (title, buglist) )
continue
bugs = []
for bug in buglist:
if fixedfinder.search(bug):
fixed.append(bug)
else:
bugs.append(bug)
if bugs:
title = ' '.join(title.split()[:-2])
if len(bugs) != 1:
title += ' (%d bugs)' % len(bugs)
else:
title += ' (1 bug)'
newhierarchy.append( (title, bugs) )
if fixed:
self.hierarchy = [('Bugs fixed in subsequent releases (%d bugs)' % len(fixed), fixed)] + newhierarchy
def parse_html_report(number, url, http_proxy, followups=False, cgi=True):
page = open_url(url, http_proxy)
if not page:
return None
parser = BTSParser(cgi=cgi, followups=followups)
for line in page:
parser.feed(line)
parser.close()
try:
page.fp._sock.recv = None
except:
pass
page.close()
items = parser.preblock
title = "#%d: %s" % (number, parser.title)
if not followups:
items = [items]
output = []
for stuff in items:
parts = stuff.split('\n\n')
match = re.search('^Date: (.*)$', parts[0], re.M | re.I)
date_submitted = ''
if match:
date_submitted = 'Date: %s\n' % match.group(1)
stuff = ('\n\n'.join(parts[1:])).rstrip()
if not stuff:
continue
item = date_submitted+stuff+os.linesep
output.append(item)
if not output:
return None
return (title, output)
# XXX: Need to handle charsets properly
def parse_mbox_report(number, url, http_proxy, followups=False):
page = open_url(url, http_proxy)
if not page:
return None
# Make this seekable
wholefile = cStringIO.StringIO(page.read())
try:
page.fp._sock.recv = None
except:
pass
page.close()
mbox = mailbox.UnixMailbox(wholefile, msgfactory)
title = ''
output = []
for message in mbox:
if not message:
pass
subject = message.get('Subject')
if not title:
title = subject
date = message.get('Date')
fromhdr = message.get('From')
body = entry = ''
for part in message.walk():
if part.get_content_type() == 'text/plain' and not body:
body = part.get_payload(None, True)
if fromhdr:
entry += 'From: %s%s' % (fromhdr, os.linesep)
if subject and subject != title:
entry += 'Subject: %s%s' % (subject, os.linesep)
if date:
entry += 'Date: %s%s' % (date, os.linesep)
if entry:
entry += os.linesep
entry += body.rstrip('\n') + os.linesep
output.append(entry)
if not output:
return None
title = "#%d: %s" % (number, title)
return (title, output)
def get_cgi_reports(package, system='debian', http_proxy='', archived=False,
source=False, version=None):
try:
page = open_url(cgi_package_url(system, package, archived, source,
version=version), http_proxy)
except:
raise NoNetwork
if not page:
return (0, None, None)
#content = page.read()
#if 'Maintainer' not in content:
# return (0, None, None)
parser = BTSParser(cgi=True)
for line in page:
parser.feed(line)
parser.close()
try:
page.fp._sock.recv = None
except:
pass
page.close()
# Reorganize hierarchy to put recently-fixed bugs at top
parser.reorganize()
# Morph @ 2008-08-15; due to BTS output format changes
try:
parser.hierarchy.remove(('Select bugs', []))
except:
pass
data = (parser.bugcount, parser.title, parser.hierarchy)
del parser
return data
def get_cgi_report(number, system='debian', http_proxy='', archived=False,
followups=False):
number = int(number)
url = cgi_report_url(system, number, archived='no', mbox=True)
return parse_mbox_report(number, url, http_proxy, followups)
#return parse_html_report(number, url, http_proxy, followups, cgi=True)
def get_btsroot(system, mirrors=None):
if mirrors:
alternates = SYSTEMS[system].get('mirrors')
for mirror in mirrors:
if alternates.has_key(mirror):
return alternates[mirror]
return SYSTEMS[system].get('btsroot', '')
def get_reports(package, system='debian', mirrors=None, version=None,
http_proxy='', archived=False, source=False):
if isinstance(package, basestring):
if SYSTEMS[system].get('cgiroot'):
try:
result = get_cgi_reports(package, system, http_proxy, archived,
source, version=version)
except:
raise NoNetwork
if result: return result
url = package_url(system, package, mirrors, source)
try:
page = open_url(url, http_proxy)
except:
raise NoNetwork
if not page:
return (0, None, None)
#content = page.read()
#if 'Maintainer' not in content:
# return (0, None, None)
parser = BTSParser()
for line in page:
parser.feed(line)
parser.close()
try:
page.fp._sock.recv = None
except:
pass
page.close()
return parser.bugcount, parser.title, parser.hierarchy
# A list of bug numbers
this_hierarchy = []
package = [int(x) for x in package]
package.sort()
for bug in package:
result = get_report(bug, system, mirrors, http_proxy, archived)
if result:
title, body = result
this_hierarchy.append(title)
#print title
title = "Multiple bug reports"
bugcount = len(this_hierarchy)
hierarchy = [('Reports', this_hierarchy)]
return bugcount, title, hierarchy
def get_report(number, system='debian', mirrors=None,
http_proxy='', archived=False, followups=False):
number = int(number)
if SYSTEMS[system].get('cgiroot'):
result = get_cgi_report(number, system, http_proxy, archived,
followups)
if result: return result
url = report_url(system, number, mirrors)
if not url: return None
return parse_html_report(number, url, http_proxy, followups, cgi=False)
class NullParser(sgmllib.SGMLParser):
def __init__(self):
sgmllib.SGMLParser.__init__(self)
if __name__ == '__main__':
data = get_cgi_reports('reportbug')
pprint.pprint(data)
time.sleep(1000)