Commit 4547dd49 by Eric Coissac

Add a local copy of setuptools

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#!/usr/bin/env python
import os
import optparse
import sys
import re
from pip.exceptions import InstallationError, CommandError, PipError
from pip.log import logger
from pip.util import get_installed_distributions, get_prog
from pip.vcs import git, mercurial, subversion, bazaar # noqa
from pip.baseparser import ConfigOptionParser, UpdatingDefaultsHelpFormatter
from pip.commands import commands, get_summaries, get_similar_commands
# This fixes a peculiarity when importing via __import__ - as we are
# initialising the pip module, "from pip import cmdoptions" is recursive
# and appears not to work properly in that situation.
import pip.cmdoptions
cmdoptions = pip.cmdoptions
# The version as used in the and the docs
__version__ = "1.5.6"
def autocomplete():
"""Command and option completion for the main option parser (and options)
and its subcommands (and options).
Enable by sourcing one of the completion shell scripts (bash or zsh).
# Don't complete if user hasn't sourced bash_completion file.
if 'PIP_AUTO_COMPLETE' not in os.environ:
cwords = os.environ['COMP_WORDS'].split()[1:]
cword = int(os.environ['COMP_CWORD'])
current = cwords[cword - 1]
except IndexError:
current = ''
subcommands = [cmd for cmd, summary in get_summaries()]
options = []
# subcommand
subcommand_name = [w for w in cwords if w in subcommands][0]
except IndexError:
subcommand_name = None
parser = create_main_parser()
# subcommand options
if subcommand_name:
# special case: 'help' subcommand has no options
if subcommand_name == 'help':
# special case: list locally installed dists for uninstall command
if subcommand_name == 'uninstall' and not current.startswith('-'):
installed = []
lc = current.lower()
for dist in get_installed_distributions(local_only=True):
if dist.key.startswith(lc) and dist.key not in cwords[1:]:
# if there are no dists installed, fall back to option completion
if installed:
for dist in installed:
subcommand = commands[subcommand_name]()
options += [(opt.get_opt_string(), opt.nargs)
for opt in subcommand.parser.option_list_all
if != optparse.SUPPRESS_HELP]
# filter out previously specified options from available options
prev_opts = [x.split('=')[0] for x in cwords[1:cword - 1]]
options = [(x, v) for (x, v) in options if x not in prev_opts]
# filter options by current input
options = [(k, v) for k, v in options if k.startswith(current)]
for option in options:
opt_label = option[0]
# append '=' to options which require args
if option[1]:
opt_label += '='
# show main parser options only when necessary
if current.startswith('-') or current.startswith('--'):
opts = [i.option_list for i in parser.option_groups]
opts = (o for it in opts for o in it)
subcommands += [i.get_opt_string() for i in opts
if != optparse.SUPPRESS_HELP]
print(' '.join([x for x in subcommands if x.startswith(current)]))
def create_main_parser():
parser_kw = {
'usage': '\n%prog <command> [options]',
'add_help_option': False,
'formatter': UpdatingDefaultsHelpFormatter(),
'name': 'global',
'prog': get_prog(),
parser = ConfigOptionParser(**parser_kw)
pip_pkg_dir = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)))
parser.version = 'pip %s from %s (python %s)' % (
__version__, pip_pkg_dir, sys.version[:3])
# add the general options
gen_opts = cmdoptions.make_option_group(cmdoptions.general_group, parser)
parser.main = True # so the help formatter knows
# create command listing for description
command_summaries = get_summaries()
description = [''] + ['%-27s %s' % (i, j) for i, j in command_summaries]
parser.description = '\n'.join(description)
return parser
def parseopts(args):
parser = create_main_parser()
# Note: parser calls disable_interspersed_args(), so the result of this call
# is to split the initial args into the general options before the
# subcommand and everything else.
# For example:
# args: ['--timeout=5', 'install', '--user', 'INITools']
# general_options: ['--timeout==5']
# args_else: ['install', '--user', 'INITools']
general_options, args_else = parser.parse_args(args)
# --version
if general_options.version:
# pip || pip help -> print_help()
if not args_else or (args_else[0] == 'help' and len(args_else) == 1):
# the subcommand name
cmd_name = args_else[0].lower()
#all the args without the subcommand
cmd_args = args[:]
if cmd_name not in commands:
guess = get_similar_commands(cmd_name)
msg = ['unknown command "%s"' % cmd_name]
if guess:
msg.append('maybe you meant "%s"' % guess)
raise CommandError(' - '.join(msg))
return cmd_name, cmd_args
def main(initial_args=None):
if initial_args is None:
initial_args = sys.argv[1:]
cmd_name, cmd_args = parseopts(initial_args)
except PipError:
e = sys.exc_info()[1]
sys.stderr.write("ERROR: %s" % e)
command = commands[cmd_name]()
return command.main(cmd_args)
def bootstrap():
Bootstrapping function to be called from script.
pkgs = ['pip']
import setuptools
except ImportError:
return main(['install', '--upgrade'] + pkgs + sys.argv[1:])
## Writing freeze files
class FrozenRequirement(object):
def __init__(self, name, req, editable, comments=()): = name
self.req = req
self.editable = editable
self.comments = comments
_rev_re = re.compile(r'-r(\d+)$')
_date_re = re.compile(r'-(20\d\d\d\d\d\d)$')
def from_dist(cls, dist, dependency_links, find_tags=False):
location = os.path.normcase(os.path.abspath(dist.location))
comments = []
from pip.vcs import vcs, get_src_requirement
if vcs.get_backend_name(location):
editable = True
req = get_src_requirement(dist, location, find_tags)
except InstallationError:
ex = sys.exc_info()[1]
logger.warn("Error when trying to get requirement for VCS system %s, falling back to uneditable format" % ex)
req = None
if req is None:
logger.warn('Could not determine repository location of %s' % location)
comments.append('## !! Could not determine repository location')
req = dist.as_requirement()
editable = False
editable = False
req = dist.as_requirement()
specs = req.specs
assert len(specs) == 1 and specs[0][0] == '=='
version = specs[0][1]
ver_match =
date_match =
if ver_match or date_match:
svn_backend = vcs.get_backend('svn')
if svn_backend:
svn_location = svn_backend(
).get_location(dist, dependency_links)
if not svn_location:
'Warning: cannot find svn location for %s' % req)
comments.append('## FIXME: could not find svn URL in dependency_links for this package:')
comments.append('# Installing as editable to satisfy requirement %s:' % req)
if ver_match:
rev =
rev = '{%s}' %
editable = True
req = '%s@%s#egg=%s' % (svn_location, rev, cls.egg_name(dist))
return cls(dist.project_name, req, editable, comments)
def egg_name(dist):
name = dist.egg_name()
match ='-py\d\.\d$', name)
if match:
name = name[:match.start()]
return name
def __str__(self):
req = self.req
if self.editable:
req = '-e %s' % req
return '\n'.join(list(self.comments) + [str(req)]) + '\n'
if __name__ == '__main__':
exit = main()
if exit:
import sys
from .runner import run
if __name__ == '__main__':
exit = run()
if exit:
pip._vendor is for vendoring dependencies of pip to prevent needing pip to
depend on something external.
Files inside of pip._vendor should be considered immutable and should only be
updated to versions from upstream.
from __future__ import absolute_import
import ast
from pip._vendor._markerlib.markers import default_environment, compile, interpret
except ImportError:
if 'ast' in globals():
def default_environment():
return {}
def compile(marker):
def marker_fn(environment=None, override=None):
# 'empty markers are True' heuristic won't install extra deps.
return not marker.strip()
marker_fn.__doc__ = marker
return marker_fn
def interpret(marker, environment=None, override=None):
return compile(marker)()
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Interpret PEP 345 environment markers.
EXPR [in|==|!=|not in] EXPR [or|and] ...
where EXPR belongs to any of those:
python_version = '%s.%s' % (sys.version_info[0], sys.version_info[1])
python_full_version = sys.version.split()[0] =
sys.platform = sys.platform
platform.version = platform.version()
platform.machine = platform.machine()
platform.python_implementation = platform.python_implementation()
a free string, like '2.6', or 'win32'
__all__ = ['default_environment', 'compile', 'interpret']
import ast
import os
import platform
import sys
import weakref
_builtin_compile = compile
from platform import python_implementation
except ImportError:
if == "java":
# Jython 2.5 has ast module, but not platform.python_implementation() function.
def python_implementation():
return "Jython"
# restricted set of variables
_VARS = {'sys.platform': sys.platform,
'python_version': '%s.%s' % sys.version_info[:2],
# FIXME parsing sys.platform is not reliable, but there is no other
# way to get e.g. 2.7.2+, and the PEP is defined with sys.version
'python_full_version': sys.version.split(' ', 1)[0],
'platform.version': platform.version(),
'platform.machine': platform.machine(),
'platform.python_implementation': python_implementation(),
'extra': None # wheel extension
for var in list(_VARS.keys()):
if '.' in var:
_VARS[var.replace('.', '_')] = _VARS[var]
def default_environment():
"""Return copy of default PEP 385 globals dictionary."""
return dict(_VARS)
class ASTWhitelist(ast.NodeTransformer):
def __init__(self, statement):
self.statement = statement # for error messages
ALLOWED = (ast.Compare, ast.BoolOp, ast.Attribute, ast.Name, ast.Load, ast.Str)
# Bool operations
ALLOWED += (ast.And, ast.Or)
# Comparison operations
ALLOWED += (ast.Eq, ast.Gt, ast.GtE, ast.In, ast.Is, ast.IsNot, ast.Lt, ast.LtE, ast.NotEq, ast.NotIn)
def visit(self, node):
"""Ensure statement only contains allowed nodes."""
if not isinstance(node, self.ALLOWED):
raise SyntaxError('Not allowed in environment markers.\n%s\n%s' %
(' ' * node.col_offset) + '^'))
return ast.NodeTransformer.visit(self, node)
def visit_Attribute(self, node):
"""Flatten one level of attribute access."""
new_node = ast.Name("%s.%s" % (, node.attr), node.ctx)
return ast.copy_location(new_node, node)
def parse_marker(marker):
tree = ast.parse(marker, mode='eval')
new_tree = ASTWhitelist(marker).generic_visit(tree)
return new_tree
def compile_marker(parsed_marker):
return _builtin_compile(parsed_marker, '<environment marker>', 'eval',
_cache = weakref.WeakValueDictionary()
def compile(marker):
"""Return compiled marker as a function accepting an environment dict."""
return _cache[marker]
except KeyError:
if not marker.strip():
def marker_fn(environment=None, override=None):
return True
compiled_marker = compile_marker(parse_marker(marker))
def marker_fn(environment=None, override=None):
"""override updates environment"""
if override is None:
override = {}
if environment is None:
environment = default_environment()
return eval(compiled_marker, environment)
marker_fn.__doc__ = marker
_cache[marker] = marker_fn
return _cache[marker]
def interpret(marker, environment=None):
return compile(marker)(environment)
# Copyright Jonathan Hartley 2013. BSD 3-Clause license, see LICENSE file.
from .initialise import init, deinit, reinit
from .ansi import Fore, Back, Style
from .ansitowin32 import AnsiToWin32
__version__ = '0.3.1'
# Copyright Jonathan Hartley 2013. BSD 3-Clause license, see LICENSE file.
This module generates ANSI character codes to printing colors to terminals.
CSI = '\033['
def code_to_chars(code):
return CSI + str(code) + 'm'
class AnsiCodes(object):
def __init__(self, codes):
for name in dir(codes):
if not name.startswith('_'):
value = getattr(codes, name)
setattr(self, name, code_to_chars(value))
class AnsiFore:
BLACK = 30
RED = 31
GREEN = 32
BLUE = 34
CYAN = 36
WHITE = 37
RESET = 39
class AnsiBack:
BLACK = 40
RED = 41
GREEN = 42
BLUE = 44
CYAN = 46
WHITE = 47
RESET = 49
class AnsiStyle:
DIM = 2
Fore = AnsiCodes( AnsiFore )
Back = AnsiCodes( AnsiBack )
Style = AnsiCodes( AnsiStyle )
# Copyright Jonathan Hartley 2013. BSD 3-Clause license, see LICENSE file.
import re
import sys
from .ansi import AnsiFore, AnsiBack, AnsiStyle, Style
from .winterm import WinTerm, WinColor, WinStyle
from .win32 import windll
winterm = None
if windll is not None:
winterm = WinTerm()
def is_a_tty(stream):
return hasattr(stream, 'isatty') and stream.isatty()
class StreamWrapper(object):
Wraps a stream (such as stdout), acting as a transparent proxy for all
attribute access apart from method 'write()', which is delegated to our
Converter instance.
def __init__(self, wrapped, converter):
# double-underscore everything to prevent clashes with names of
# attributes on the wrapped stream object.
self.__wrapped = wrapped
self.__convertor = converter
def __getattr__(self, name):
return getattr(self.__wrapped, name)
def write(self, text):
class AnsiToWin32(object):
Implements a 'write()' method which, on Windows, will strip ANSI character
sequences from the text, and if outputting to a tty, will convert them into
win32 function calls.
ANSI_RE = re.compile('\033\[((?:\d|;)*)([a-zA-Z])')
def __init__(self, wrapped, convert=None, strip=None, autoreset=False):
# The wrapped stream (normally sys.stdout or sys.stderr)
self.wrapped = wrapped
# should we reset colors to defaults after every .write()
self.autoreset = autoreset
# create the proxy wrapping our output stream = StreamWrapper(wrapped, self)
on_windows = sys.platform.startswith('win')
# should we strip ANSI sequences from our output?
if strip is None:
strip = on_windows
self.strip = strip
# should we should convert ANSI sequences into win32 calls?
if convert is None:
convert = on_windows and is_a_tty(wrapped)
self.convert = convert
# dict of ansi codes to win32 functions and parameters
self.win32_calls = self.get_win32_calls()
# are we wrapping stderr?
self.on_stderr = self.wrapped is sys.stderr
def should_wrap(self):
True if this class is actually needed. If false, then the output
stream will not be affected, nor will win32 calls be issued, so
wrapping stdout is not actually required. This will generally be
False on non-Windows platforms, unless optional functionality like
autoreset has been requested using kwargs to init()
return self.convert or self.strip or self.autoreset