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# Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
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from __future__ import unicode_literals
from __future__ import absolute_import
import os
import logging
import six
import tg
from paste.script import command
from paste.deploy import appconfig
from paste.deploy.converters import asbool
from tg.support.registry import Registry
from tg.wsgiapp import RequestLocals
import activitystream
import ming
from allura.config.environment import load_environment
from allura.lib.decorators import task
from allura.lib import helpers as h
log = None
@task
def run_command(command, args):
"""Run paster command asynchronously"""
mod, cls = command.rsplit('.', 1)
mod = __import__(mod, fromlist=[str(cls)])
command = getattr(mod, cls)
command = command(command.__name__)
arg_list = h.shlex_split(args or '')
try:
command.parser.parse_args(arg_list)
except SystemExit:
raise Exception("Error parsing args: '%s'" % args)
return command.run(arg_list)
class EmptyClass(object):
pass
class MetaParserDocstring(type):
@property
def __doc__(cls):
return cls.parser.format_help()
class Command(six.with_metaclass(MetaParserDocstring, command.Command)):
min_args = 1
max_args = 1
usage = '[<ini file>]'
group_name = 'Allura'
@classmethod
def post(cls, *args, **kw):
cmd = '%s.%s' % (cls.__module__, cls.__name__)
return run_command.post(cmd, *args, **kw)
@ming.utils.LazyProperty
def registry(self):
return Registry()
@ming.utils.LazyProperty
def globals(self):
import allura.lib.app_globals
return allura.lib.app_globals.Globals()
@ming.utils.LazyProperty
def config(self):
import tg
return tg.config
def basic_setup(self):
global log, M
if self.args[0]:
# Probably being called from the command line - load the config
# file
self.config = conf = appconfig('config:%s' %
self.args[0], relative_to=os.getcwd())
# ... logging does not understand section#subsection syntax
logging_config = self.args[0].split('#')[0]
logging.config.fileConfig(
logging_config, disable_existing_loggers=False)
log = logging.getLogger('allura.command')
log.info('Initialize command with config %r', self.args[0])
load_environment(conf.global_conf, conf.local_conf)
self.setup_globals()
from allura import model
M = model
ming.configure(**conf)
if asbool(conf.get('activitystream.recording.enabled', False)):
activitystream.configure(**h.convert_bools(conf, prefix='activitystream.'))
tg.tmpl_context.user = M.User.anonymous()
else:
# Probably being called from another script (websetup, perhaps?)
log = logging.getLogger('allura.command')
conf = tg.config
self.tools = list(tg.app_globals.entry_points['tool'].values())
for ep in h.iter_entry_points('allura.command_init'):
log.info('Running command_init for %s', ep.name)
ep.load()(conf)
log.info('Loaded tools')
def setup_globals(self):
import allura.lib.app_globals
self.registry.prepare()
self.registry.register(allura.credentials, allura.lib.security.Credentials())
# turbogears has its own special magic wired up for its globals, can't use a regular Registry
tgl = RequestLocals()
tgl.tmpl_context = EmptyClass()
tgl.app_globals = self.globals
tg.request_local.context._push_object(tgl)
def teardown_globals(self):
self.registry.cleanup()