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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

import os
import shutil
import sha
from os.path import join, getsize
from stat import *
import re
import sys
import getopt
import time
import datetime
import bz2
import string
import tempfile

class PatchInfo:
    """ Represents the meta-data associated with a patch
        work_dir = working dir where files are stored for this patch
        archive_files = list of files to include in this patch
        manifestv1 = set of manifest version 1 patch instructions
        manifestv2 = set of manifest version 2 patch instructions
        file_exclusion_list = 
        files to exclude from this patch. names without slashes will be
                              excluded anywhere in the directory hiearchy.   names with slashes
                              will only be excluded at that exact path
        """
    def __init__(self, work_dir, file_exclusion_list, path_exclusion_list):
        self.work_dir=work_dir
        self.archive_files=[]
        self.manifestv1=[]
        self.manifestv2=[]
        self.file_exclusion_list=file_exclusion_list
        self.path_exclusion_list=path_exclusion_list
        
    def append_add_instruction(self, filename):
        """ Appends an add instruction for this patch.   
            if the filename starts with extensions/ adds an add-if instruction
            to test the existence of the subdirectory.  This was ported from
            mozilla/tools/update-packaging/common.sh/make_add_instruction
        """
        if filename.startswith("extensions/"):
            # Directory immediately following extensions is used for the test
            testdir = "extensions/"+filename.split("/")[1]
            self.manifestv1.append('add-if "'+testdir+'" "'+filename+'"')
            self.manifestv2.append('add-if "'+testdir+'" "'+filename+'"')
        elif filename.startswith("Contents/MacOS/extensions/"):
            testdir = "Contents/MacOS/extensions/"+filename.split("/")[3]
            self.manifestv1.append('add-if "'+testdir+'" "'+filename+'"')
            self.manifestv2.append('add-if "'+testdir+'" "'+filename+'"')
        else:
            self.manifestv1.append('add "'+filename+'"')
            self.manifestv2.append('add "'+filename+'"')
           
    def append_patch_instruction(self, filename, patchname):
        """ Appends an patch instruction for this patch.   
            
            filename = file to patch
            patchname = patchfile to apply to file
            
            if the filename starts with extensions/ adds a patch-if instruction
            to test the existence of the subdirectory.  
            if the filename starts with searchplugins/ add a add-if instruction for the filename
            This was ported from
            mozilla/tools/update-packaging/common.sh/make_patch_instruction
        """
        if filename.startswith("extensions/"):
            testdir = "extensions/"+filename.split("/")[1]
            self.manifestv1.append('patch-if "'+testdir+'" "'+patchname+'" "'+filename+'"')
            self.manifestv2.append('patch-if "'+testdir+'" "'+patchname+'" "'+filename+'"')
        elif filename.startswith("Contents/MacOS/extensions/"):
            testdir = "Contents/MacOS/extensions/"+filename.split("/")[3]
            self.manifestv1.append('patch-if "'+testdir+'" "'+patchname+'" "'+filename+'"')
            self.manifestv2.append('patch-if "'+testdir+'" "'+patchname+'" "'+filename+'"')
        elif (filename.startswith("searchplugins/") or
             filename.startswith("Contents/MacOS/searchplugins/")):
            self.manifestv1.append('patch-if "'+filename+'" "'+patchname+'" "'+filename+'"')
            self.manifestv2.append('patch-if "'+filename+'" "'+patchname+'" "'+filename+'"')
        else:
            self.manifestv1.append('patch "'+patchname+'" "'+filename+'"')
            self.manifestv2.append('patch "'+patchname+'" "'+filename+'"')
                
    def append_remove_instruction(self, filename):
        """ Appends an remove instruction for this patch.   
            This was ported from
            mozilla/tools/update-packaging/common.sh/make_remove_instruction
        """
        if filename.endswith("/"):
            self.manifestv2.append('rmdir "'+filename+'"')
        elif filename.endswith("/*"):
            filename = filename[:-1]
            self.manifestv2.append('rmrfdir "'+filename+'"')
        else:
            self.manifestv1.append('remove "'+filename+'"')
            self.manifestv2.append('remove "'+filename+'"')

    def create_manifest_files(self):
        """ Createst the v1 manifest file in the root of the work_dir """
        manifest_file_path = os.path.join(self.work_dir,"update.manifest")
        manifest_file = open(manifest_file_path, "wb")
        manifest_file.writelines(string.join(self.manifestv1, '\n'))
        manifest_file.writelines("\n")
        manifest_file.close()    

        bzip_file(manifest_file_path)
        self.archive_files.append('"update.manifest"')

        """ Createst the v2 manifest file in the root of the work_dir """
        manifest_file_path = os.path.join(self.work_dir,"updatev2.manifest")
        manifest_file = open(manifest_file_path, "wb")
        manifest_file.writelines("type \"partial\"\n")
        manifest_file.writelines(string.join(self.manifestv2, '\n'))
        manifest_file.writelines("\n")
        manifest_file.close()

        bzip_file(manifest_file_path)
        self.archive_files.append('"updatev2.manifest"')

    def build_marfile_entry_hash(self, root_path):
        """ Iterates through the root_path, creating a MarFileEntry for each file
            and directory in that path.  Excludes any filenames in the file_exclusion_list
        """
        mar_entry_hash = {}
        filename_set = set()
        dirname_set = set()
        for root, dirs, files in os.walk(root_path):
            for name in files:
                # filename is the relative path from root directory
                partial_path = root[len(root_path)+1:]
                if name not in self.file_exclusion_list:
                    filename = os.path.join(partial_path, name)
                    if "/"+filename not in self.path_exclusion_list:
                        mar_entry_hash[filename]=MarFileEntry(root_path, filename)
                        filename_set.add(filename)

            for name in dirs:
                # dirname is the relative path from root directory
                partial_path = root[len(root_path)+1:]
                if name not in self.file_exclusion_list:
                    dirname = os.path.join(partial_path, name)
                    if "/"+dirname not in self.path_exclusion_list:
                        dirname = dirname+"/"
                        mar_entry_hash[dirname]=MarFileEntry(root_path, dirname)
                        dirname_set.add(dirname)

        return mar_entry_hash, filename_set, dirname_set
 
       
class MarFileEntry:
    """Represents a file inside a Mozilla Archive Format (MAR)
        abs_path = abspath to the the file
        name =  relative path within the mar.  e.g.
          foo.mar/dir/bar.txt extracted into /tmp/foo:
            abs_path=/tmp/foo/dir/bar.txt
            name = dir/bar.txt
    """ 
    def __init__(self, root, name):
        """root = path the the top of the mar
           name = relative path within the mar"""
        self.name=name.replace("\\", "/")
        self.abs_path=os.path.join(root,name)
        self.sha_cache=None

    def __str__(self):
        return 'Name: %s FullPath: %s' %(self.name,self.abs_path)

    def calc_file_sha_digest(self, filename):        
        """ Returns sha digest of given filename"""
        file_content = open(filename, 'r').read()
        return sha.new(file_content).digest()

    def sha(self):
        """ Returns sha digest of file repreesnted by this _marfile_entry"""
        if not self.sha_cache:
            self.sha_cache=self.calc_file_sha_digest(self.abs_path)
        return self.sha_cache

def exec_shell_cmd(cmd):
    """Execs shell cmd and raises an exception if the cmd fails"""
    if (os.system(cmd)):
        raise Exception, "cmd failed "+cmd


def copy_file(src_file_abs_path, dst_file_abs_path):
    """ Copies src to dst creating any parent dirs required in dst first """
    dst_file_dir=os.path.dirname(dst_file_abs_path)
    if not os.path.exists(dst_file_dir):
         os.makedirs(dst_file_dir)
    # Copy the file over
    shutil.copy2(src_file_abs_path, dst_file_abs_path)

def bzip_file(filename):
    """ Bzip's the file in place.  The original file is replaced with a bzip'd version of itself
        assumes the path is absolute"""
    exec_shell_cmd('bzip2 -z9 "' + filename+'"')
    os.rename(filename+".bz2",filename)
    
def bunzip_file(filename):
    """ Bzip's the file in palce.   The original file is replaced with a bunzip'd version of itself.
        doesn't matter if the filename ends in .bz2 or not"""
    if not filename.endswith(".bz2"):
        os.rename(filename, filename+".bz2")
        filename=filename+".bz2"
    exec_shell_cmd('bzip2 -d "' + filename+'"') 


def extract_mar(filename, work_dir): 
    """ Extracts the marfile intot he work_dir
        assumes work_dir already exists otherwise will throw osError"""
    print "Extracting "+filename+" to "+work_dir
    saved_path = os.getcwd()
    try:
        os.chdir(work_dir)
        exec_shell_cmd("mar -x "+filename)    
    finally:
        os.chdir(saved_path)

def create_partial_patch_for_file(from_marfile_entry, to_marfile_entry, shas, patch_info):
    """ Creates the partial patch file and manifest entry for the pair of files passed in
    """
    if not (from_marfile_entry.sha(),to_marfile_entry.sha()) in shas:
        print "diffing: " + from_marfile_entry.name
        
        #bunzip to/from
        bunzip_file(from_marfile_entry.abs_path)
        bunzip_file(to_marfile_entry.abs_path)

        # The patch file will be created in the working directory with the
        # name of the file in the mar + .patch
        patch_file_abs_path = os.path.join(patch_info.work_dir,from_marfile_entry.name+".patch")
        patch_file_dir=os.path.dirname(patch_file_abs_path)
        if not os.path.exists(patch_file_dir):
            os.makedirs(patch_file_dir)

        # Create bzip'd patch file
        exec_shell_cmd("mbsdiff "+from_marfile_entry.abs_path+" "+to_marfile_entry.abs_path+" "+patch_file_abs_path)
        bzip_file(patch_file_abs_path)

        # Create bzip's full file
        full_file_abs_path =  os.path.join(patch_info.work_dir, to_marfile_entry.name)   
        shutil.copy2(to_marfile_entry.abs_path, full_file_abs_path)
        bzip_file(full_file_abs_path)
  
        ## TOODO NEED TO ADD HANDLING FOR FORCED UPDATES
        if os.path.getsize(patch_file_abs_path) < os.path.getsize(full_file_abs_path):
            # Patch is smaller than file.  Remove the file and add patch to manifest
            os.remove(full_file_abs_path)
            file_in_manifest_name = from_marfile_entry.name+".patch"
            file_in_manifest_abspath = patch_file_abs_path
            patch_info.append_patch_instruction(to_marfile_entry.name, file_in_manifest_name)
        else:            
            # File is smaller than patch.  Remove the patch and add file to manifest
            os.remove(patch_file_abs_path)
            file_in_manifest_name = from_marfile_entry.name
            file_in_manifest_abspath = full_file_abs_path
            patch_info.append_add_instruction(file_in_manifest_name)
            
        shas[from_marfile_entry.sha(),to_marfile_entry.sha()] = (file_in_manifest_name,file_in_manifest_abspath)
        patch_info.archive_files.append('"'+file_in_manifest_name+'"')        
    else:
        filename, src_file_abs_path = shas[from_marfile_entry.sha(),to_marfile_entry.sha()]
        # We've already calculated the patch for this pair of files.   
        if (filename.endswith(".patch")):
            print "skipping diff: " + from_marfile_entry.name
            # Patch was smaller than file - add patch instruction to manifest
            file_in_manifest_name = to_marfile_entry.name+'.patch';
            patch_info.append_patch_instruction(to_marfile_entry.name, file_in_manifest_name)
        else:
            # File was smaller than file - add file to manifest
            file_in_manifest_name = to_marfile_entry.name
            patch_info.append_add_instruction(file_in_manifest_name)                
        # Copy the pre-calculated file into our new patch work aread
        copy_file(src_file_abs_path, os.path.join(patch_info.work_dir, file_in_manifest_name))
        patch_info.archive_files.append('"'+file_in_manifest_name+'"')
 
def create_add_patch_for_file(to_marfile_entry, patch_info):           
    """  Copy the file to the working dir, add the add instruction, and add it to the list of archive files """
    print "Adding New File " + to_marfile_entry.name    
    copy_file(to_marfile_entry.abs_path, os.path.join(patch_info.work_dir, to_marfile_entry.name))
    patch_info.append_add_instruction(to_marfile_entry.name)
    patch_info.archive_files.append('"'+to_marfile_entry.name+'"')    

def process_explicit_remove_files(dir_path, patch_info): 
    """ Looks for a 'removed-files' file in the dir_path.  If the removed-files does not exist
    this will throw.  If found adds the removed-files
    found in that file to the patch_info"""

    # Windows and linux have this file at the root of the dir
    list_file_path = os.path.join(dir_path, "removed-files")
    prefix=""
    if not os.path.exists(list_file_path):
        # On Mac removed-files contains relative paths from Contents/MacOS/
        prefix= "Contents/MacOS"
        list_file_path = os.path.join(dir_path, prefix+"/removed-files")

    if (os.path.exists(list_file_path)):
        list_file = bz2.BZ2File(list_file_path,"r") # throws if doesn't exist

        lines = []
        for line in list_file:
            lines.append(line.strip())

        lines.sort(reverse=True)
        for line in lines:
            # Exclude any blank and comment lines.
            if line and not line.startswith("#"):
                if prefix != "":
                    if line.startswith("../"):
                        line = line.replace("../../", "")
                        line = line.replace("../", "Contents/")
                    else:
                        line = os.path.join(prefix,line)
                # Python on windows uses \ for path separators and the update
                # manifests expects / for path separators on all platforms.
                line = line.replace("\\", "/")
                patch_info.append_remove_instruction(line)

def create_partial_patch(from_dir_path, to_dir_path, patch_filename, shas, patch_info, forced_updates):
    """ Builds a partial patch by comparing the files in from_dir_path to those of to_dir_path"""
    # Cannocolize the paths for safey
    from_dir_path = os.path.abspath(from_dir_path)
    to_dir_path = os.path.abspath(to_dir_path)
    # Create a hashtable of the from  and to directories
    from_dir_hash,from_file_set,from_dir_set = patch_info.build_marfile_entry_hash(from_dir_path)
    to_dir_hash,to_file_set,to_dir_set = patch_info.build_marfile_entry_hash(to_dir_path)
    # Require that the precomplete file is included in the to complete update
    if "precomplete" not in to_file_set:
        raise Exception, "missing precomplete file in: "+to_dir_path
    # Create a list of the forced updates 
    forced_list = forced_updates.strip().split('|')
    forced_list.append("precomplete")

    # Files which exist in both sets need to be patched
    patch_filenames = list(from_file_set.intersection(to_file_set))
    patch_filenames.sort(reverse=True)
    for filename in patch_filenames:
        from_marfile_entry = from_dir_hash[filename]
        to_marfile_entry = to_dir_hash[filename]
        if filename in forced_list:
            print "Forcing "+ filename
            # This filename is in the forced list, explicitly add
            create_add_patch_for_file(to_dir_hash[filename], patch_info)
        else: 
          if from_marfile_entry.sha() != to_marfile_entry.sha():
              # Not the same - calculate a patch
              create_partial_patch_for_file(from_marfile_entry, to_marfile_entry, shas, patch_info)

    # files in to_dir not in from_dir need to added
    add_filenames = list(to_file_set - from_file_set)
    add_filenames.sort(reverse=True)
    for filename in add_filenames:
        create_add_patch_for_file(to_dir_hash[filename], patch_info)

    # files in from_dir not in to_dir need to be removed
    remove_filenames = list(from_file_set - to_file_set)
    remove_filenames.sort(reverse=True)
    for filename in remove_filenames:
        patch_info.append_remove_instruction(from_dir_hash[filename].name)

    process_explicit_remove_files(to_dir_path, patch_info)
    
    # directories in from_dir not in to_dir need to be removed
    remove_dirnames = list(from_dir_set - to_dir_set)
    remove_dirnames.sort(reverse=True)
    for dirname in remove_dirnames:
        patch_info.append_remove_instruction(from_dir_hash[dirname].name)

    # Construct the Manifest files
    patch_info.create_manifest_files()
    
    # And construct the mar
    mar_cmd = 'mar -C '+patch_info.work_dir+' -c output.mar '+string.join(patch_info.archive_files, ' ')    
    exec_shell_cmd(mar_cmd)

    # Copy mar to final destination
    patch_file_dir = os.path.split(patch_filename)[0]
    if not os.path.exists(patch_file_dir):
        os.makedirs(patch_file_dir)
    shutil.copy2(os.path.join(patch_info.work_dir,"output.mar"), patch_filename)
    return patch_filename
    
def usage():
    print "-h for help"
    print "-f for patchlist_file"

def get_buildid(work_dir, platform):
    """ extracts buildid from MAR
        TODO: this should handle 1.8 branch too
    """
    if platform == 'mac':
      ini = '%s/Contents/MacOS/application.ini' % work_dir
    else:
      ini = '%s/application.ini' % work_dir
    if not os.path.exists(ini):
        print 'WARNING: application.ini not found, cannot find build ID'
        return ''
    file = bz2.BZ2File(ini)
    for line in file:
      if line.find('BuildID') == 0:
        return line.strip().split('=')[1]
    print 'WARNING: cannot find build ID in application.ini'
    return ''

def decode_filename(filepath):
    """ Breaks filename/dir structure into component parts based on regex
        for example: firefox-3.0b3pre.en-US.linux-i686.complete.mar
        Or linux-i686/en-US/firefox-3.0b3.complete.mar
        Returns dict with keys product, version, locale, platform, type
    """
    try:
      m = re.search(
        '(?P<product>\w+)(-)(?P<version>\w+\.\w+(\.\w+){0,2})(\.)(?P<locale>.+?)(\.)(?P<platform>.+?)(\.)(?P<type>\w+)(.mar)',
      os.path.basename(filepath))
      return m.groupdict()
    except Exception, exc:
      try:
        m = re.search(
          '(?P<platform>.+?)\/(?P<locale>.+?)\/(?P<product>\w+)-(?P<version>\w+\.\w+)\.(?P<type>\w+).mar',
        filepath)
        return m.groupdict()
      except:
        raise Exception("could not parse filepath %s: %s" % (filepath, exc))

def create_partial_patches(patches):
    """ Given the patches generates a set of partial patches"""
    shas = {}

    work_dir_root = None
    metadata = []
    try:
        work_dir_root = tempfile.mkdtemp('-fastmode', 'tmp', os.getcwd())
        print "Building patches using work dir: %s" % (work_dir_root)
 
        # Iterate through every patch set in the patch file
        patch_num = 1
        for patch in patches:
            startTime = time.time()

            from_filename,to_filename,patch_filename,forced_updates = patch.split(",")
            from_filename,to_filename,patch_filename = os.path.abspath(from_filename),os.path.abspath(to_filename),os.path.abspath(patch_filename)

            # Each patch iteration uses its own work dir
            work_dir = os.path.join(work_dir_root,str(patch_num))
            os.mkdir(work_dir)

            # Extract from mar into from dir
            work_dir_from =  os.path.join(work_dir,"from");
            os.mkdir(work_dir_from)
            extract_mar(from_filename,work_dir_from)
            from_decoded = decode_filename(from_filename)
            from_buildid = get_buildid(work_dir_from, from_decoded['platform'])
            from_shasum = sha.sha(open(from_filename).read()).hexdigest()
            from_size = str(os.path.getsize(to_filename))
            
            # Extract to mar into to dir
            work_dir_to =  os.path.join(work_dir,"to")
            os.mkdir(work_dir_to)
            extract_mar(to_filename, work_dir_to)
            to_decoded = decode_filename(from_filename)
            to_buildid = get_buildid(work_dir_to, to_decoded['platform'])
            to_shasum = sha.sha(open(to_filename).read()).hexdigest()
            to_size = str(os.path.getsize(to_filename))

            mar_extract_time = time.time()

            partial_filename = create_partial_patch(work_dir_from, work_dir_to, patch_filename, shas, PatchInfo(work_dir, ['channel-prefs.js','update.manifest','updatev2.manifest','removed-files'],['/readme.txt']),forced_updates)
            partial_buildid = to_buildid
            partial_shasum = sha.sha(open(partial_filename).read()).hexdigest()
            partial_size = str(os.path.getsize(partial_filename))

            metadata.append({
             'to_filename': os.path.basename(to_filename),
             'from_filename': os.path.basename(from_filename),
             'partial_filename': os.path.basename(partial_filename),
             'to_buildid':to_buildid, 
             'from_buildid':from_buildid, 
             'to_sha1sum':to_shasum, 
             'from_sha1sum':from_shasum, 
             'partial_sha1sum':partial_shasum, 
             'to_size':to_size,
             'from_size':from_size,
             'partial_size':partial_size,
             'to_version':to_decoded['version'],
             'from_version':from_decoded['version'],
             'locale':from_decoded['locale'],
             'platform':from_decoded['platform'],
            })
            print "done with patch %s/%s time (%.2fs/%.2fs/%.2fs) (mar/patch/total)" % (str(patch_num),str(len(patches)),mar_extract_time-startTime,time.time()-mar_extract_time,time.time()-startTime)
            patch_num += 1
        return metadata
    finally:
        # If we fail or get a ctrl-c during run be sure to clean up temp dir
        if (work_dir_root and os.path.exists(work_dir_root)):
            shutil.rmtree(work_dir_root)        

def main(argv):                          
    patchlist_file = None
    try:                                
         opts, args = getopt.getopt(argv, "hf:", ["help", "patchlist_file="])
         for opt, arg in opts:                
            if opt in ("-h", "--help"):      
                usage()                     
                sys.exit()       
            elif opt in ("-f", "--patchlist_file"):
                patchlist_file = arg               
    except getopt.GetoptError:          
          usage()                         
          sys.exit(2)                     
    
    if not patchlist_file:
        usage()
        sys.exit(2)
        
    patches = []
    f = open(patchlist_file, 'r')
    for line in f.readlines():
        patches.append(line)
    f.close()
    create_partial_patches(patches)

if __name__ == "__main__":
    main(sys.argv[1:])