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# Copyright 2011 Fog Creek Software
#
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.

import os
import urllib2
import re

from mercurial import error, httppeer, util, wireproto
from mercurial.i18n import _

import lfutil

LARGEFILES_REQUIRED_MSG = ('\nThis repository uses the largefiles extension.'
                           '\n\nPlease enable it in your Mercurial config '
                           'file.\n')

# these will all be replaced by largefiles.uisetup
capabilitiesorig = None
ssholdcallstream = None
httpoldcallstream = None

def putlfile(repo, proto, sha):
    '''Put a largefile into a repository's local store and into the
    user cache.'''
    proto.redirect()

    path = lfutil.storepath(repo, sha)
    util.makedirs(os.path.dirname(path))
    tmpfp = util.atomictempfile(path, createmode=repo.store.createmode)

    try:
        try:
            proto.getfile(tmpfp)
            tmpfp._fp.seek(0)
            if sha != lfutil.hexsha1(tmpfp._fp):
                raise IOError(0, _('largefile contents do not match hash'))
            tmpfp.close()
            lfutil.linktousercache(repo, sha)
        except IOError, e:
            repo.ui.warn(_('largefiles: failed to put %s into store: %s\n') %
                         (sha, e.strerror))
            return wireproto.pushres(1)
    finally:
        tmpfp.discard()

    return wireproto.pushres(0)

def getlfile(repo, proto, sha):
    '''Retrieve a largefile from the repository-local cache or system
    cache.'''
    filename = lfutil.findfile(repo, sha)
    if not filename:
        raise util.Abort(_('requested largefile %s not present in cache') % sha)
    f = open(filename, 'rb')
    length = os.fstat(f.fileno())[6]

    # Since we can't set an HTTP content-length header here, and
    # Mercurial core provides no way to give the length of a streamres
    # (and reading the entire file into RAM would be ill-advised), we
    # just send the length on the first line of the response, like the
    # ssh proto does for string responses.
    def generator():
        yield '%d\n' % length
        for chunk in util.filechunkiter(f):
            yield chunk
    return wireproto.streamres(generator())

def statlfile(repo, proto, sha):
    '''Return '2\n' if the largefile is missing, '0\n' if it seems to be in
    good condition.

    The value 1 is reserved for mismatched checksum, but that is too expensive
    to be verified on every stat and must be caught be running 'hg verify'
    server side.'''
    filename = lfutil.findfile(repo, sha)
    if not filename:
        return '2\n'
    return '0\n'

def wirereposetup(ui, repo):
    class lfileswirerepository(repo.__class__):
        def putlfile(self, sha, fd):
            # unfortunately, httprepository._callpush tries to convert its
            # input file-like into a bundle before sending it, so we can't use
            # it ...
            if issubclass(self.__class__, httppeer.httppeer):
                res = None
                try:
                    res = self._call('putlfile', data=fd, sha=sha,
                        headers={'content-type':'application/mercurial-0.1'})
                    d, output = res.split('\n', 1)
                    for l in output.splitlines(True):
                        self.ui.warn(_('remote: '), l) # assume l ends with \n
                    return int(d)
                except (ValueError, urllib2.HTTPError):
                    self.ui.warn(_('unexpected putlfile response: %r\n') % res)
                    return 1
            # ... but we can't use sshrepository._call because the data=
            # argument won't get sent, and _callpush does exactly what we want
            # in this case: send the data straight through
            else:
                try:
                    ret, output = self._callpush("putlfile", fd, sha=sha)
                    if ret == "":
                        raise error.ResponseError(_('putlfile failed:'),
                                output)
                    return int(ret)
                except IOError:
                    return 1
                except ValueError:
                    raise error.ResponseError(
                        _('putlfile failed (unexpected response):'), ret)

        def getlfile(self, sha):
            """returns an iterable with the chunks of the file with sha sha"""
            stream = self._callstream("getlfile", sha=sha)
            length = stream.readline()
            try:
                length = int(length)
            except ValueError:
                self._abort(error.ResponseError(_("unexpected response:"),
                                                length))

            # SSH streams will block if reading more than length
            for chunk in util.filechunkiter(stream, 128 * 1024, length):
                yield chunk
            # HTTP streams must hit the end to process the last empty
            # chunk of Chunked-Encoding so the connection can be reused.
            if issubclass(self.__class__, httppeer.httppeer):
                chunk = stream.read(1)
                if chunk:
                    self._abort(error.ResponseError(_("unexpected response:"),
                                                    chunk))

        @wireproto.batchable
        def statlfile(self, sha):
            f = wireproto.future()
            result = {'sha': sha}
            yield result, f
            try:
                yield int(f.value)
            except (ValueError, urllib2.HTTPError):
                # If the server returns anything but an integer followed by a
                # newline, newline, it's not speaking our language; if we get
                # an HTTP error, we can't be sure the largefile is present;
                # either way, consider it missing.
                yield 2

    repo.__class__ = lfileswirerepository

# advertise the largefiles=serve capability
def capabilities(repo, proto):
    return capabilitiesorig(repo, proto) + ' largefiles=serve'

def heads(repo, proto):
    if lfutil.islfilesrepo(repo):
        return wireproto.ooberror(LARGEFILES_REQUIRED_MSG)
    return wireproto.heads(repo, proto)

def sshrepocallstream(self, cmd, **args):
    if cmd == 'heads' and self.capable('largefiles'):
        cmd = 'lheads'
    if cmd == 'batch' and self.capable('largefiles'):
        args['cmds'] = args['cmds'].replace('heads ', 'lheads ')
    return ssholdcallstream(self, cmd, **args)

headsre = re.compile(r'(^|;)heads\b')

def httprepocallstream(self, cmd, **args):
    if cmd == 'heads' and self.capable('largefiles'):
        cmd = 'lheads'
    if cmd == 'batch' and self.capable('largefiles'):
        args['cmds'] = headsre.sub('lheads', args['cmds'])
    return httpoldcallstream(self, cmd, **args)
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