author Wes Kocher <>
Thu, 19 Sep 2013 17:56:18 -0700
changeset 162779 1f6d484652904ce39c0145050c9c2a69dffe4d3a
parent 134655 8f83edc05fa4d458d82668a95853c907544d0b8d
child 218978 b0a916157c9a924b6887fdd1a2c9d8413f037648
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Backed out 5 changesets (bug 907926, bug 911393, bug 917703) due to OSX reftest bustage during an unrelated CLOSED TREE Backed out changeset 94a6733b01dc (bug 907926) Backed out changeset 44108fb6f7cc (bug 917703) Backed out changeset f2dd2a27af69 (bug 911393) Backed out changeset fdb0d1053128 (bug 907926) Backed out changeset b3616b786e8f (bug 907926)

# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at

# This is a partial python port of nsinstall.
# It's intended to be used when there's no natively compile nsinstall
# available, and doesn't intend to be fully equivalent.
# Its major use is for l10n repackaging on systems that don't have
# a full build environment set up.
# The basic limitation is, it doesn't even try to link and ignores
# all related options.
from __future__ import print_function
from optparse import OptionParser
import os
import os.path
import sys
import shutil
import stat

def _nsinstall_internal(argv):
  usage = "usage: %prog [options] arg1 [arg2 ...] target-directory"
  p = OptionParser(usage=usage)

  p.add_option('-D', action="store_true",
               help="Create a single directory only")
  p.add_option('-t', action="store_true",
               help="Preserve time stamp")
  p.add_option('-m', action="store",
               help="Set mode", metavar="mode")
  p.add_option('-d', action="store_true",
               help="Create directories in target")
  p.add_option('-R', action="store_true",
               help="Use relative symbolic links (ignored)")
  p.add_option('-L', action="store", metavar="linkprefix",
               help="Link prefix (ignored)")
  p.add_option('-X', action="append", metavar="file",
               help="Ignore a file when installing a directory recursively.")

  # The remaining arguments are not used in our tree, thus they're not
  # implented.
  def BadArg(option, opt, value, parser):
    parser.error('option not supported: {0}'.format(opt))
  p.add_option('-C', action="callback", metavar="CWD",
               help="NOT SUPPORTED")
  p.add_option('-o', action="callback", callback=BadArg,
               help="Set owner (NOT SUPPORTED)", metavar="owner")
  p.add_option('-g', action="callback", callback=BadArg,
               help="Set group (NOT SUPPORTED)", metavar="group")

  (options, args) = p.parse_args(argv)

  if options.m:
    # mode is specified
      options.m = int(options.m, 8)
      sys.stderr.write('nsinstall: {0} is not a valid mode\n'
      return 1

  # just create one directory?
  def maybe_create_dir(dir, mode, try_again):
    dir = os.path.abspath(dir)
    if os.path.exists(dir):
      if not os.path.isdir(dir):
        print('nsinstall: {0} is not a directory'.format(dir), file=sys.stderr)
        return 1
      if mode:
        os.chmod(dir, mode)
      return 0

      if mode:
        os.makedirs(dir, mode)
    except Exception as e:
      # We might have hit EEXIST due to a race condition (see bug 463411) -- try again once
      if try_again:
        return maybe_create_dir(dir, mode, False)
      print("nsinstall: failed to create directory {0}: {1}".format(dir, e))
      return 1
      return 0

  if options.X:
    options.X = [os.path.abspath(p) for p in options.X]

  if options.D:
    return maybe_create_dir(args[0], options.m, True)

  # nsinstall arg1 [...] directory
  if len(args) < 2:
    p.error('not enough arguments')

  def copy_all_entries(entries, target):
    for e in entries:
      e = os.path.abspath(e)
      if options.X and e in options.X:

      dest = os.path.join(target, os.path.basename(e))
      dest = os.path.abspath(dest)
      handleTarget(e, dest)
      if options.m:
        os.chmod(dest, options.m)

  # set up handler
  if options.d:
    # we're supposed to create directories
    def handleTarget(srcpath, targetpath):
      # target directory was already created, just use mkdir
    # we're supposed to copy files
    def handleTarget(srcpath, targetpath):
      if os.path.isdir(srcpath):
        if not os.path.exists(targetpath):
        entries = [os.path.join(srcpath, e) for e in os.listdir(srcpath)]
        copy_all_entries(entries, targetpath)
        # options.t is not relevant for directories
        if options.m:
          os.chmod(targetpath, options.m)
        if os.path.exists(targetpath):
          # On Windows, read-only files can't be deleted
          os.chmod(targetpath, stat.S_IWUSR)
        if options.t:
          shutil.copy2(srcpath, targetpath)
          shutil.copy(srcpath, targetpath)

  # the last argument is the target directory
  target = args.pop()
  # ensure target directory (importantly, we do not apply a mode to the directory
  # because we want to copy files into it and the mode might be read-only)
  rv = maybe_create_dir(target, None, True)
  if rv != 0:
    return rv

  copy_all_entries(args, target)
  return 0

# nsinstall as a native command is always UTF-8
def nsinstall(argv):
  return _nsinstall_internal([unicode(arg, "utf-8") for arg in argv])

if __name__ == '__main__':
  # sys.argv corrupts characters outside the system code page on Windows
  # <>. Use ctypes instead. This is also
  # useful because switching to Unicode strings makes python use the wide
  # Windows APIs, which is what we want here since the wide APIs normally do a
  # better job at handling long paths and such.
  if sys.platform == "win32":
    import ctypes
    from ctypes import wintypes
    GetCommandLine = ctypes.windll.kernel32.GetCommandLineW
    GetCommandLine.argtypes = []
    GetCommandLine.restype = wintypes.LPWSTR

    CommandLineToArgv = ctypes.windll.shell32.CommandLineToArgvW
    CommandLineToArgv.argtypes = [wintypes.LPWSTR, ctypes.POINTER(ctypes.c_int)]
    CommandLineToArgv.restype = ctypes.POINTER(wintypes.LPWSTR)

    argc = ctypes.c_int(0)
    argv_arr = CommandLineToArgv(GetCommandLine(), ctypes.byref(argc))
    # The first argv will be "python", the second will be the .py file
    argv = argv_arr[1:argc.value]
    # For consistency, do it on Unix as well
    if sys.stdin.encoding is not None:
      argv = [unicode(arg, sys.stdin.encoding) for arg in sys.argv]
      argv = [unicode(arg) for arg in sys.argv]