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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright 2015 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""CQ config validation library."""
import argparse
from google import protobuf
import logging
import re
import sys
from cq_client import cq_pb2
EMAIL_REGEXP = '^[^@]+@[^@]+\.[^@]+$'
def _HasField(message, field_path):
"""Checks that at least one field with given path exist in the proto message.
This function correctly handles repeated fields and will make sure that each
repeated field will have required sub-path, e.g. if 'abc' is a repeated field
and field_path is 'abc.def', then the function will only return True when each
entry for 'abc' will contain at least one value for 'def'.
message (google.protobuf.message.Message): Protocol Buffer message to check.
field_path (string): Path to the target field separated with ".".
True if at least one such field is explicitly set in the message.
path_parts = field_path.split('.', 1)
field_name = path_parts[0]
sub_path = path_parts[1] if len(path_parts) == 2 else None
field_labels = { fd.label for fd in message.DESCRIPTOR.fields}
repeated_field = (field_labels[field_name] ==
if sub_path:
field = getattr(message, field_name)
if repeated_field:
if not field:
return False
return all(_HasField(entry, sub_path) for entry in field)
return _HasField(field, sub_path)
if repeated_field:
return len(getattr(message, field_name)) > 0
return message.HasField(field_name)
def IsValid(cq_config):
"""Validates a CQ config and prints errors/warnings to the screen.
cq_config (string): Unparsed text format of the CQ config proto.
True if the config is valid.
config = cq_pb2.Config()
protobuf.text_format.Merge(cq_config, config)
except protobuf.text_format.ParseError as e:
logging.error('Failed to parse config as protobuf:\n%s', e)
return False
for fname in REQUIRED_FIELDS:
if not _HasField(config, fname):
logging.error('%s is a required field', fname)
return False
for fname in LEGACY_FIELDS:
if _HasField(config, fname):
logging.warn('%s is a legacy field', fname)
for base in config.rietveld.project_bases:
except re.error:
logging.error('failed to parse "%s" in project_bases as a regexp', base)
return False
# TODO(sergiyb): For each field, check valid values depending on its
# semantics, e.g. email addresses, regular expressions etc.
return True