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rebar3/src/rebar_config.erl

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%% -*- erlang-indent-level: 4;indent-tabs-mode: nil -*-
%% ex: ts=4 sw=4 et
%% -------------------------------------------------------------------
%%
%% rebar: Erlang Build Tools
%%
%% Copyright (c) 2009 Dave Smith (dizzyd@dizzyd.com)
%%
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%% furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
%%
%% The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
%% all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
%%
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%% IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
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%% LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
%% OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
%% THE SOFTWARE.
%% -------------------------------------------------------------------
-module(rebar_config).
-export([consult_root/0
,consult/1
,consult_app_file/1
,consult_file/1
,consult_lock_file/1
,maybe_write_lock_file/3
,write_lock_file/2
,verify_config_format/1
,format_error/1
,merge_locks/2]).
-include("rebar.hrl").
-include_lib("providers/include/providers.hrl").
-define(DEFAULT_CONFIG_FILE, "rebar.config").
%% ===================================================================
%% Public API
%% ===================================================================
%% @doc reads the default config file at the top of a full project
-spec consult_root() -> [any()].
consult_root() ->
consult_file(config_file()).
%% @doc reads the default config file in a given directory.
-spec consult(file:name()) -> [any()].
consult(Dir) ->
consult_file(filename:join(Dir, ?DEFAULT_CONFIG_FILE)).
%% @doc reads a given app file, including the `.script' variations,
%% if any can be found.
-spec consult_app_file(file:filename()) -> [any()].
consult_app_file(File) ->
consult_file_(File).
%% @doc reads the lock file for the project, and re-formats its
%% content to match the internals for rebar3.
-spec consult_lock_file(file:filename()) -> [any()]. % TODO: refine lock()
consult_lock_file(File) ->
Terms = consult_file_(File),
case Terms of
[] ->
[];
[Locks] when is_list(Locks) -> % beta/1.0.0 lock file
read_attrs(beta, Locks, []);
[{Vsn, Locks}|Attrs] when is_list(Locks) -> % versioned lock file
%% Because this is the first version of rebar3 to introduce a lock
%% file, all versioned lock files with a different version have
%% to be newer.
case Vsn of
?CONFIG_VERSION ->
ok;
_ ->
case lists:member(Vsn, ?SUPPORTED_CONFIG_VERSIONS) of
true ->
ok;
false ->
%% Make sure the warning below is to be shown
%% whenever a version newer than the current
%% one is being used, as we can't parse all the
%% contents of the lock file properly.
warn_vsn_once()
end
end,
read_attrs(Vsn, Locks, Attrs)
end.
%% @private outputs a warning for a newer lockfile format than supported
%% at most once.
%% The warning can also be cancelled by configuring the `warn_config_vsn'
%% OTP env variable.
-spec warn_vsn_once() -> ok.
warn_vsn_once() ->
Warn = application:get_env(rebar, warn_config_vsn) =/= {ok, false},
application:set_env(rebar, warn_config_vsn, false),
case Warn of
false -> ok;
true ->
?WARN("Rebar3 detected a lock file from a newer version. "
"It will be loaded in compatibility mode, but important "
"information may be missing or lost. It is recommended to "
"upgrade Rebar3.", [])
end.
%% Only call `write_lock_file/2' if the locks have changed.
maybe_write_lock_file(LockFile, Locks, OldLocks) when Locks =/= OldLocks ->
write_lock_file(LockFile, Locks);
maybe_write_lock_file(LockFile, Locks, Locks) ->
%% rewrite if the configured format would have changed
Terms = consult_file_(LockFile),
case Terms of
[] ->
case filelib:is_regular(LockFile) of
true -> ok;
false -> write_lock_file(LockFile, Locks)
end;
[{?CONFIG_VERSION, FileLocks}|_] when is_list(FileLocks) ->
ok;
_ ->
write_lock_file(LockFile, Locks)
end.
%% @doc Converts the internal format for locks into the multi-version
%% compatible one used within rebar3 lock files.
%% @end
%% TODO: refine type for lock()
-spec write_lock_file(file:filename(), [any()]) -> ok | {error, term()}.
write_lock_file(LockFile, Locks) ->
{NewLocks, Attrs} = write_attrs(Locks),
%% Write locks in the beta format, at least until it's been long
%% enough we can start modifying the lock format.
case Attrs of
[] -> % write the old beta copy to avoid changes
file:write_file(LockFile, io_lib:format("~p.~n", [NewLocks]));
_ ->
file:write_file(LockFile,
io_lib:format("{~p,~n~p}.~n[~n~ts~n].~n",
[?CONFIG_VERSION, NewLocks,
format_attrs(Attrs)]))
end.
%% @private Because attributes for packages are fairly large, there is the need
%% for a special formatting to ensure there's only one entry per lock file
%% line and that diffs are generally stable.
-spec format_attrs([term()]) -> iodata().
format_attrs([]) -> [];
format_attrs([{pkg_hash, Vals}|T]) ->
[io_lib:format("{pkg_hash,[~n",[]), format_hashes(Vals), "]}",
maybe_comma(T) | format_attrs(T)];
format_attrs([{pkg_hash_ext, Vals}|T]) ->
[io_lib:format("{pkg_hash_ext,[~n",[]), format_hashes(Vals), "]}",
maybe_comma(T) | format_attrs(T)].
%% @private format hashing in order to disturb source diffing as little
%% as possible
-spec format_hashes([term()]) -> iodata().
format_hashes([]) -> [];
format_hashes([{Pkg,Hash}|T]) ->
[" {", io_lib:format("~p",[Pkg]), ", ", io_lib:format("~p", [Hash]), "}",
maybe_comma(T) | format_hashes(T)].
%% @private add a comma if we're not done with the full list of terms
%% to convert.
-spec maybe_comma([term()]) -> iodata().
maybe_comma([]) -> "";
maybe_comma([_|_]) -> io_lib:format(",~n", []).
%% @private extract attributes from the lock file and integrate them
%% into the full-blow internal lock format
%% @end
%% TODO: refine typings for lock()
-spec read_attrs(_, [any()], [any()]) -> [any()].
read_attrs(_Vsn, Locks, Attrs) ->
%% Beta copy does not know how to expand attributes, but
%% is ready to support it.
{OldHashes, NewHashes} = extract_pkg_hashes(Attrs),
expand_locks(Locks, OldHashes, NewHashes).
%% @private extract the package hashes from lockfile attributes, if any.
-spec extract_pkg_hashes(list()) -> {[binary()], [binary()]}.
extract_pkg_hashes(Attrs) ->
Props = case Attrs of
[First|_] -> First;
[] -> []
end,
{ proplists:get_value(pkg_hash, Props, []), proplists:get_value(pkg_hash_ext, Props, [])}.
%% @private extract attributes from the lock file and integrate them
%% into the full-blow internal lock format
%% @end
%% TODO: refine typings for lock()
-spec expand_locks(list(), list(), list()) -> list().
expand_locks([], _OldHashes, _NewHashes) ->
[];
expand_locks([{Name, {pkg,PkgName,Vsn}, Lvl} | Locks], OldHashes, NewHashes) ->
OldHash = proplists:get_value(Name, OldHashes),
NewHash = proplists:get_value(Name, NewHashes),
[{Name, {pkg,PkgName,Vsn,OldHash, NewHash}, Lvl} | expand_locks(Locks, OldHashes, NewHashes)];
expand_locks([Lock|Locks], OldHashes, NewHashes) ->
[Lock | expand_locks(Locks, OldHashes, NewHashes)].
%% @private split up extra attributes for locks out of the internal lock
%% structure for backwards compatibility reasons
-spec write_attrs(list()) -> {list(), list()}.
write_attrs(Locks) ->
%% No attribute known that needs to be taken out of the structure,
%% just return terms as is.
{NewLocks, OldHashes, NewHashes} = split_locks(Locks, [], [], []),
case {OldHashes, NewHashes} of
{[], []} -> {NewLocks, []};
_ ->
{NewLocks, [{pkg_hash, lists:sort(OldHashes)}, {pkg_hash_ext, lists:sort(NewHashes)}]}
end.
%% @private split up extra attributes for locks out of the internal lock
%% structure for backwards compatibility reasons
-spec split_locks(list(), list(), [{_,binary()}], [{_,binary()}]) -> {list(), list(), list()}.
split_locks([], Locks, OldHashes, NewHashes) ->
{lists:reverse(Locks), OldHashes, NewHashes};
split_locks([{Name, {pkg,PkgName,Vsn,undefined}, Lvl} | Locks], LAcc, OldHAcc, NewHAcc) ->
split_locks(Locks, [{Name,{pkg,PkgName,Vsn},Lvl}|LAcc], OldHAcc, NewHAcc);
split_locks([{Name, {pkg,PkgName,Vsn,undefined, undefined}, Lvl} | Locks], LAcc, OldHAcc, NewHAcc) ->
split_locks(Locks, [{Name,{pkg,PkgName,Vsn},Lvl}|LAcc], OldHAcc, NewHAcc);
split_locks([{Name, {pkg,PkgName,Vsn, OldHash}, Lvl} | Locks], LAcc, OldHAcc, NewHAcc) ->
split_locks(Locks, [{Name,{pkg,PkgName, Vsn},Lvl}|LAcc], [{Name, OldHash}|OldHAcc], NewHAcc);
split_locks([{Name, {pkg,PkgName,Vsn, OldHash, NewHash}, Lvl} | Locks], LAcc, OldHAcc, NewHAcc) ->
split_locks(Locks, [{Name,{pkg,PkgName,Vsn},Lvl}|LAcc], [{Name, OldHash}|OldHAcc], [{Name, NewHash}|NewHAcc]);
split_locks([Lock|Locks], LAcc, OldHAcc, NewHAcc) ->
split_locks(Locks, [Lock|LAcc], OldHAcc, NewHAcc).
%% @doc reads a given config file, including the `.script' variations,
%% if any can be found, and asserts that the config format is in
%% a key-value format.
-spec consult_file(file:filename()) -> [{_,_}].
consult_file(File) ->
Terms = consult_file_(File),
true = verify_config_format(Terms),
Terms.
%% @private reads a given file; if the file has a `.script'-postfixed
%% counterpart, it is evaluated along with the original file.
-spec consult_file_(file:name()) -> [any()].
consult_file_(File) when is_binary(File) ->
consult_file_(binary_to_list(File));
consult_file_(File) ->
case filename:extension(File) of
".script" ->
{ok, Terms} = consult_and_eval(remove_script_ext(File), File),
Terms;
_ ->
Script = File ++ ".script",
case filelib:is_regular(Script) of
true ->
{ok, Terms} = consult_and_eval(File, Script),
Terms;
false ->
rebar_file_utils:try_consult(File)
end
end.
%% @private checks that a list is in a key-value format.
%% Raises an exception in any other case.
-spec verify_config_format([{_,_}]) -> true.
verify_config_format([]) ->
true;
verify_config_format([{_Key, _Value} | T]) ->
verify_config_format(T);
verify_config_format([Term | _]) ->
throw(?PRV_ERROR({bad_config_format, Term})).
%% @doc takes an existing configuration and the content of a lockfile
%% and merges the locks into the config.
-spec merge_locks([{_,_}], list()) -> [{_,_}].
merge_locks(Config, []) ->
%% no lockfile
Config;
merge_locks(Config, Locks) ->
%% lockfile with entries
ConfigDeps = proplists:get_value(deps, Config, []),
%% We want the top level deps only from the lock file.
%% This ensures deterministic overrides for configs.
%% Then check if any new deps have been added to the config
%% since it was locked.
Deps = [X || X <- Locks, element(3, X) =:= 0],
NewDeps = find_newly_added(ConfigDeps, Locks),
[{{locks, default}, Locks}, {{deps, default}, NewDeps++Deps} | Config].
%% @doc convert a given exception's payload into an io description.
-spec format_error(any()) -> iolist().
format_error({bad_config_format, Term}) ->
io_lib:format("Unable to parse config. Term is not in {Key, Value} format:~n~p", [Term]);
format_error({bad_dep_name, Dep}) ->
io_lib:format("Dependency name must be an atom, instead found: ~p", [Dep]).
%% ===================================================================
%% Internal functions
%% ===================================================================
%% @private consults a consult file, then executes its related script file
%% with the data returned from the consult.
-spec consult_and_eval(File::file:name_all(), Script::file:name_all()) ->
{ok, Terms::[term()]} |
{error, Reason::term()}.
consult_and_eval(File, Script) ->
?DEBUG("Evaluating config script ~p", [Script]),
StateData = rebar_file_utils:try_consult(File),
%% file:consult/1 always returns the terms as a list, however file:script
%% can (and will) return any kind of term(), to make consult_and_eval
%% work the same way as eval we ensure that when no list is returned we
%% convert it in a list.
case file:script(Script, bs([{'CONFIG', StateData}, {'SCRIPT', Script}])) of
{ok, Terms} when is_list(Terms) ->
{ok, Terms};
{ok, Term} ->
{ok, [Term]};
Error ->
?ERROR("Error evaluating configuration script at ~p:~n~p~n",
[Script, Error]),
Error
end.
%% @private drops the .script extension from a filename.
-spec remove_script_ext(file:filename()) -> file:filename().
remove_script_ext(F) ->
filename:rootname(F, ".script").
%% @private sets up bindings for evaluations from a KV list.
-spec bs([{_,_}]) -> erl_eval:binding_struct().
bs(Vars) ->
lists:foldl(fun({K,V}, Bs) ->
erl_eval:add_binding(K, V, Bs)
end, erl_eval:new_bindings(), Vars).
%% @private Find deps that have been added to the config after the lock was created
-spec find_newly_added(list(), list()) -> list().
find_newly_added(ConfigDeps, LockedDeps) ->
[D || {true, D} <- [check_newly_added(Dep, LockedDeps) || Dep <- ConfigDeps]].
%% @private checks if a given dependency is not within the lock file.
%% TODO: refine types for dependencies
-spec check_newly_added(term(), list()) -> false | {true, term()}.
check_newly_added({_, _}=Dep, LockedDeps) ->
check_newly_added_(Dep, LockedDeps);
check_newly_added({_, _, {pkg, _}}=Dep, LockedDeps) ->
check_newly_added_(Dep, LockedDeps);
check_newly_added({Name, _, Source}, LockedDeps) ->
check_newly_added_({Name, Source}, LockedDeps);
check_newly_added(Dep, LockedDeps) ->
check_newly_added_(Dep, LockedDeps).
%% @private checks if a given dependency is not within the lock file.
%% TODO: refine types for dependencies
%% @end
-spec check_newly_added_(term(), list()) -> false | {true, term()}.
%% get [raw] deps out of the way
check_newly_added_({Name, Source, Opts}, LockedDeps) when is_tuple(Source),
is_list(Opts) ->
case check_newly_added_(Name, LockedDeps) of
{true, Name1} ->
{true, {Name1, Source}};
false ->
false
end;
check_newly_added_({Name,_Vsn,Source,Opts}, LockedDeps) when is_tuple(Source),
is_list(Opts) ->
case check_newly_added_(Name, LockedDeps) of
{true, Name1} ->
{true, {Name1, Source}};
false ->
false
end;
%% and on to regular deps
check_newly_added_({Name, Vsn, Source}, LockedDeps) ->
case check_newly_added_(Name, LockedDeps) of
{true, Name1} ->
{true, {Name1, Vsn, Source}};
false ->
false
end;
check_newly_added_({Name, Source}, LockedDeps) ->
case check_newly_added_(Name, LockedDeps) of
{true, Name1} ->
{true, {Name1, Source}};
false ->
false
end;
check_newly_added_(Dep, LockedDeps) when is_atom(Dep) ->
Name = rebar_utils:to_binary(Dep),
case lists:keyfind(Name, 1, LockedDeps) of
false ->
{true, Name};
Match ->
case element(3, Match) of
0 ->
{true, Name};
_ ->
?WARN("Newly added dep ~ts is locked at a lower level. "
"If you really want to unlock it, use 'rebar3 upgrade ~ts'",
[Name, Name]),
false
end
end;
check_newly_added_(Dep, _) ->
throw(?PRV_ERROR({bad_dep_name, Dep})).
%% @private returns the name/path of the default config file, or its
%% override from the OS ENV var `REBAR_CONFIG'.
-spec config_file() -> file:filename().
config_file() ->
case os:getenv("REBAR_CONFIG") of
false ->
?DEFAULT_CONFIG_FILE;
ConfigFile ->
ConfigFile
end.