author 'John Ford <jhford@mozilla.com>'
Thu, 21 Oct 2010 14:58:09 -0700
changeset 3164 c5f1d20795a5945dd1d1cecedc56993c97e98c61
parent 2033 8219c9dd5d55f84539399d4bee82492de9809dba
permissions -rw-r--r--
bug 602120 - new master for n900s r=aki p=jhford

import time
import re

from urllib2 import urlopen, unquote
from twisted.python import log, failure
from twisted.internet import defer, reactor
from twisted.internet.task import LoopingCall

from buildbot.changes import base, changes

class InvalidResultError(Exception):
    def __init__(self, value="InvalidResultError"):
        self.value = value
    def __str__(self):
        return repr(self.value)

class EmptyResult(Exception):

class FtpParser:
    """I parse the web page for possible builds to test"""
    findBuildDirs = re.compile('^.*"(\d{10})\/".*$')
    def __init__(self, query, searchString):
        url = query.geturl()
        pageContents = query.read()
        self.dirs = []
        self.dates = []
        lines = pageContents.split('\n')
        #for parsing lists of directories
        for line in lines:
            if line == "": continue
            match = re.match(self.findBuildDirs, line)
            if match:
        #for parsing lists of files
        findLastDate = re.compile('^.*"([^"]*' + searchString + ')".*(\d\d-[a-zA-Z]{3}-\d\d\d\d \d\d:\d\d).*$')
        for line in lines:
            match = re.match(findLastDate, line)
            if match:
              self.dates.append([match.group(1), url + match.group(1), time.mktime(time.strptime(match.group(2), "%d-%b-%Y %H:%M"))])
    def getDirs(self):
        return self.dirs

    def getDates(self):
        return self.dates

class FtpPoller(base.ChangeSource):
    """This source will poll an ftp directory for changes and submit
    them to the change master."""
    compare_attrs = ["ftpURLs", "pollInterval", "tree", "branch"]
    parent = None # filled in when we're added
    loop = None
    volatile = ['loop']
    working = 0
    lastBuild = 0 # time of last build
    def __init__(self, branch="", tree="Firefox", pollInterval=30, ftpURLs=[],
            searchString="", buildInterval=None):
        @type   ftpURLs:            list of strings
        @param  ftpURLs:            The ftp directories to monitor

        @type   tree:               string
        @param  tree:               The tree to look for changes in. 
                                    For example, Firefox trunk is 'Firefox'
        @type   branch:             string
        @param  branch:             The branch to look for changes in. This must
                                    match the 'branch' option for the Scheduler.
        @type   pollInterval:       int
        @param  pollInterval:       The time (in seconds) between queries for 
        @type   searchString:       string
        @param  searchString:       file type of the build we are looking for

        @type   buildInterval:      integer
        @type   buildInterval:      Minimum time (in seconds) between builds.
                                    If new changes occur before the
                                    buildInterval has elapsed, they are
        self.ftpURLs = ftpURLs
        self.tree = tree
        self.branch = branch
        self.pollInterval = pollInterval
        self.lastChanges = {}
        for url in self.ftpURLs:
          self.lastChanges[url] = time.time()
        self.searchString = searchString
        self.buildInterval = buildInterval
    def startService(self):
        self.loop = LoopingCall(self.poll)
        reactor.callLater(0, self.loop.start, self.pollInterval)
    def stopService(self):
        return base.ChangeSource.stopService(self)
    def describe(self):
        retval = ""
        retval += "Getting changes from directory %s " \
                % str(self.ftpURLs)
        retval += "<br>Using tree: %s, branch %s" % (self.tree, self.branch)
        return retval
    def poll(self):
        if self.working > 0:
            log.msg("Not polling Tinderbox because last poll is still working (%s)" % (str(self.working)))
            for url in self.ftpURLs:
              self.working = self.working + 1
              d = self._get_changes(url)
              d.addCallback(self._process_changes, 0)

    def _finished(self, res):
        self.working = self.working - 1

    def _get_changes(self, url):
        log.msg("Polling dir %s" % url)
        return defer.maybeDeferred(urlopen, url)
    def _process_changes(self, query, forceDate):
            url = query.geturl()
            parser = FtpParser(query, self.searchString)
            dirList = parser.getDirs()
            dateList = parser.getDates()
        except InvalidResultError, e:
            log.msg("Could not process Tinderbox query: " + e.value)
        except EmptyResult:

        #figure out if there is a new directory that needs searching
        for dir in dirList:
            buildDate = int(dir)
            if self.lastChanges[url] >= buildDate:
                # change too old
            self.lastChanges[url] = buildDate
            self.working = self.working + 1
            d = self._get_changes(url + dir + '/')
            d.addBoth(self._process_changes, buildDate)

        #if we have a new browser to test, test it
        for buildname, fullpath, buildDate in dateList:
            # If we have a buildInterval set, and less than buildInterval
            # seconds have elapsed since our last build, then ignore this
            # change.
            if self.buildInterval is not None:
                if time.time() - self.lastBuild < self.buildInterval:

            if (url in self.lastChanges):
                if (self.lastChanges[url] >= buildDate):
                    # change too old
            if forceDate > 0:
                buildDate = forceDate
                self.lastChanges[url] = buildDate
            c = changes.Change(who = url,
                               comments = "success",
                               files = [fullpath,],
                               branch = self.branch,
            self.lastBuild = time.time()
            log.msg("found a browser to test (%s)" % (fullpath))