Source code for flake8.options.config

"""Config handling logic for Flake8."""
import configparser
import logging
import os.path
import sys

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

__all__ = ('ConfigFileFinder', 'MergedConfigParser')

[docs]class ConfigFileFinder(object): """Encapsulate the logic for finding and reading config files.""" PROJECT_FILENAMES = ('setup.cfg', 'tox.ini')
[docs] def __init__(self, program_name, args, extra_config_files): """Initialize object to find config files. :param str program_name: Name of the current program (e.g., flake8). :param list args: The extra arguments passed on the command-line. :param list extra_config_files: Extra configuration files specified by the user to read. """ # The values of --append-config from the CLI extra_config_files = extra_config_files or [] self.extra_config_files = [ # Ensure the paths are absolute paths for local_config_files os.path.abspath(f) for f in extra_config_files ] # Platform specific settings self.is_windows = sys.platform == 'win32' self.xdg_home = os.environ.get('XDG_CONFIG_HOME', os.path.expanduser('~/.config')) # Look for '.<program_name>' files self.program_config = '.' + program_name self.program_name = program_name # List of filenames to find in the local/project directory self.project_filenames = ('setup.cfg', 'tox.ini', self.program_config) self.local_directory = os.path.abspath(os.curdir) if not args: args = ['.'] self.parent = self.tail = os.path.abspath(os.path.commonprefix(args))
@staticmethod def _read_config(files): config = configparser.RawConfigParser() try: found_files = except configparser.ParsingError: LOG.exception("There was an error trying to parse a config " "file. The files we were attempting to parse " "were: %r", files) found_files = [] return (config, found_files)
[docs] def cli_config(self, files): """Read and parse the config file specified on the command-line.""" config, found_files = self._read_config(files) if found_files: LOG.debug('Found cli configuration files: %s', found_files) return config
[docs] def generate_possible_local_files(self): """Find and generate all local config files.""" tail = self.tail parent = self.parent found_config_files = False while tail and not found_config_files: for project_filename in self.project_filenames: filename = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(parent, project_filename)) if os.path.exists(filename): yield filename found_config_files = True self.local_directory = parent (parent, tail) = os.path.split(parent)
[docs] def local_config_files(self): """Find all local config files which actually exist. Filter results from :meth:`~ConfigFileFinder.generate_possible_local_files` based on whether the filename exists or not. :returns: List of files that exist that are local project config files with extra config files appended to that list (which also exist). :rtype: [str] """ exists = os.path.exists return [ filename for filename in self.generate_possible_local_files() ] + [f for f in self.extra_config_files if exists(f)]
[docs] def local_configs(self): """Parse all local config files into one config object.""" config, found_files = self._read_config(self.local_config_files()) if found_files: LOG.debug('Found local configuration files: %s', found_files) return config
[docs] def user_config_file(self): """Find the user-level config file.""" if self.is_windows: return os.path.expanduser('~\\' + self.program_config) return os.path.join(self.xdg_home, self.program_name)
[docs] def user_config(self): """Parse the user config file into a config object.""" config, found_files = self._read_config(self.user_config_file()) if found_files: LOG.debug('Found user configuration files: %s', found_files) return config
[docs]class MergedConfigParser(object): """Encapsulate merging different types of configuration files. This parses out the options registered that were specified in the configuration files, handles extra configuration files, and returns dictionaries with the parsed values. """ #: Set of types that should use the #: :meth:`~configparser.RawConfigParser.getint` method. GETINT_TYPES = {'int', 'count'} #: Set of actions that should use the #: :meth:`~configparser.RawConfigParser.getbool` method. GETBOOL_ACTIONS = {'store_true', 'store_false'}
[docs] def __init__(self, option_manager, extra_config_files=None, args=None): """Initialize the MergedConfigParser instance. :param flake8.option.manager.OptionManager option_manager: Initialized OptionManager. :param list extra_config_files: List of extra config files to parse. :params list args: The extra parsed arguments from the command-line. """ #: Our instance of flake8.options.manager.OptionManager self.option_manager = option_manager #: The prog value for the cli parser self.program_name = option_manager.program_name #: Parsed extra arguments self.args = args #: Mapping of configuration option names to #: :class:`~flake8.options.manager.Option` instances self.config_options = option_manager.config_options_dict #: List of extra config files self.extra_config_files = extra_config_files or [] #: Our instance of our :class:`~ConfigFileFinder` self.config_finder = ConfigFileFinder(self.program_name, self.args, self.extra_config_files)
def _normalize_value(self, option, value): final_value = option.normalize( value, self.config_finder.local_directory, ) LOG.debug('%r has been normalized to %r for option "%s"', value, final_value, option.config_name) return final_value def _parse_config(self, config_parser): config_dict = {} for option_name in config_parser.options(self.program_name): if option_name not in self.config_options: LOG.debug('Option "%s" is not registered. Ignoring.', option_name) continue option = self.config_options[option_name] # Use the appropriate method to parse the config value method = config_parser.get if (option.type in self.GETINT_TYPES or option.action in self.GETINT_TYPES): method = config_parser.getint elif option.action in self.GETBOOL_ACTIONS: method = config_parser.getboolean value = method(self.program_name, option_name) LOG.debug('Option "%s" returned value: %r', option_name, value) final_value = self._normalize_value(option, value) config_dict[option.config_name] = final_value return config_dict
[docs] def is_configured_by(self, config): """Check if the specified config parser has an appropriate section.""" return config.has_section(self.program_name)
[docs] def parse_local_config(self): """Parse and return the local configuration files.""" config = self.config_finder.local_configs() if not self.is_configured_by(config): LOG.debug('Local configuration files have no %s section', self.program_name) return {} LOG.debug('Parsing local configuration files.') return self._parse_config(config)
[docs] def parse_user_config(self): """Parse and return the user configuration files.""" config = self.config_finder.user_config() if not self.is_configured_by(config): LOG.debug('User configuration files have no %s section', self.program_name) return {} LOG.debug('Parsing user configuration files.') return self._parse_config(config)
[docs] def parse_cli_config(self, config_path): """Parse and return the file specified by --config.""" config = self.config_finder.cli_config(config_path) if not self.is_configured_by(config): LOG.debug('CLI configuration files have no %s section', self.program_name) return {} LOG.debug('Parsing CLI configuration files.') return self._parse_config(config)
[docs] def merge_user_and_local_config(self): """Merge the parsed user and local configuration files. :returns: Dictionary of the parsed and merged configuration options. :rtype: dict """ user_config = self.parse_user_config() config = self.parse_local_config() for option, value in user_config.items(): config.setdefault(option, value) return config
[docs] def parse(self, cli_config=None, isolated=False): """Parse and return the local and user config files. First this copies over the parsed local configuration and then iterates over the options in the user configuration and sets them if they were not set by the local configuration file. :param str cli_config: Value of --config when specified at the command-line. Overrides all other config files. :param bool isolated: Determines if we should parse configuration files at all or not. If running in isolated mode, we ignore all configuration files :returns: Dictionary of parsed configuration options :rtype: dict """ if isolated: LOG.debug('Refusing to parse configuration files due to user-' 'requested isolation') return {} if cli_config: LOG.debug('Ignoring user and locally found configuration files. ' 'Reading only configuration from "%s" specified via ' '--config by the user', cli_config) return self.parse_cli_config(cli_config) return self.merge_user_and_local_config()