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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Utilities to facilitate maintaining one master list of package contents
# in and allow us to import that list into various packaging
# tools (e.g. rpmbuid and
# Define the file in which we maintain package contents. Rather than
# hard-coding our package contents, to ease maintenance we read the
# manifest file to obtain the list of files and directories to include.
# Define input and output files for customizing the rpm package spec.
SPEC_IN = ''
SPEC_OUT = 'gsutil.spec'
# Root of rpmbuild tree for file enumeration in gsutil.spec file.
RPM_ROOT = '%{_datadir}/%{name}/'
def parse_manifest(files, dirs):
'''Parse contents of manifest file and append results to passed lists
of files and directories.
f = open(MANIFEST_IN, 'r')
for line in f:
line = line.strip()
# Skip empty or comment lines.
if (len(line) <= 0) or (line[0] == '#'):
tokens = line.split()
if len(tokens) >= 0:
if tokens[0] == 'include':
elif tokens[0] == 'recursive-include' and tokens[2] == '*':
err = 'Unsupported type ' + tokens[0] + ' in ' + MANIFEST_IN + ' file.'
raise Exception(err)
# When executed as a separate script, create a dynamically generated rpm
# spec file. Otherwise, when loaded as a module by another script, no
# specific actions are taken, other than making utility functions available
# to the loading script.
if __name__ == '__main__':
# Running as main so generate a new rpm spec file.
files = []
dirs = []
parse_manifest(files, dirs)
fin = open(SPEC_IN, 'r')
fout = open(SPEC_OUT, 'w')
for line in fin:
if line.strip() == '###FILES_GO_HERE###':
for file in files:
fout.write(RPM_ROOT + file + '\n')
for dir in dirs:
fout.write(RPM_ROOT + dir + '/\n')