Source code for direct.dist.commands

"""Extends setuptools with the ``build_apps`` and ``bdist_apps`` commands.

See the :ref:`distribution` section of the programming manual for information
on how to use these commands.

from __future__ import print_function

import os
import plistlib
import sys
import subprocess
import zipfile
import re
import shutil
import stat
import struct
import imp
import string
import time
import tempfile

import setuptools
import distutils.log

from . import FreezeTool
from . import pefile
from direct.p3d.DeploymentTools import Icon
import panda3d.core as p3d

if 'basestring' not in globals():
    basestring = str

if sys.version_info < (3, 0):
    # Python 3 defines these subtypes of IOError, but Python 2 doesn't.
    FileNotFoundError = IOError

    # Warn the user.  They might be using Python 2 by accident.
    print("WARNING: You are using Python 2, which has reached the end of its")
    print("WARNING: life as of January 1, 2020.  Please upgrade to Python 3.")

def _parse_list(input):
    if isinstance(input, basestring):
        input = input.strip().replace(',', '\n')
        if input:
            return [item.strip() for item in input.split('\n') if item.strip()]
            return []
        return input

def _parse_dict(input):
    if isinstance(input, dict):
        return input
    d = {}
    for item in _parse_list(input):
        key, sep, value = item.partition('=')
        d[key.strip()] = value.strip()
    return d

[docs]def egg2bam(_build_cmd, srcpath, dstpath): if dstpath.endswith('.gz') or dstpath.endswith('.pz'): dstpath = dstpath[:-3] dstpath = dstpath + '.bam' try: subprocess.check_call([ 'egg2bam', '-o', dstpath, '-pd', os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(srcpath)), '-ps', 'rel', srcpath ]) except FileNotFoundError: raise RuntimeError('egg2bam failed: egg2bam was not found in the PATH') except (subprocess.CalledProcessError, OSError) as err: raise RuntimeError('egg2bam failed: {}'.format(err)) return dstpath
macosx_binary_magics = ( b'\xFE\xED\xFA\xCE', b'\xCE\xFA\xED\xFE', b'\xFE\xED\xFA\xCF', b'\xCF\xFA\xED\xFE', b'\xCA\xFE\xBA\xBE', b'\xBE\xBA\xFE\xCA', b'\xCA\xFE\xBA\xBF', b'\xBF\xBA\xFE\xCA') # Some dependencies need data directories to be extracted. This dictionary maps # modules with data to extract. The values are lists of tuples of the form # (source_pattern, destination_pattern, flags). The flags is a set of strings. PACKAGE_DATA_DIRS = { 'matplotlib': [('matplotlib/mpl-data/*', 'mpl-data', {})], 'jsonschema': [('jsonschema/schemas/*', 'schemas', {})], 'cefpython3': [ ('cefpython3/*.pak', '', {}), ('cefpython3/*.dat', '', {}), ('cefpython3/*.bin', '', {}), ('cefpython3/*.dll', '', {}), ('cefpython3/', '', {}), ('cefpython3/LICENSE.txt', '', {}), ('cefpython3/License', '', {}), ('cefpython3/subprocess*', '', {'PKG_DATA_MAKE_EXECUTABLE'}), ('cefpython3/locals/*', 'locals', {}), ('cefpython3/Chromium Embedded Framework.framework/Resources', 'Chromium Embedded Framework.framework/Resources', {}), ('cefpython3/Chromium Embedded Framework.framework/Chromium Embedded Framework', '', {'PKG_DATA_MAKE_EXECUTABLE'}), ], 'pytz': [('pytz/zoneinfo/*', 'zoneinfo', ())], 'certifi': [('certifi/cacert.pem', '', {})], '_tkinter_ext': [('_tkinter_ext/tcl/**', 'tcl', {})], } # Some dependencies have extra directories that need to be scanned for DLLs. # This dictionary maps wheel basenames (ie. the part of the .whl basename # before the first hyphen) to a list of tuples, the first value being the # directory inside the wheel, the second being which wheel to look in (or # None to look in its own wheel). PACKAGE_LIB_DIRS = { 'scipy': [('scipy/extra-dll', None)], 'PyQt5': [('PyQt5/Qt5/bin', 'PyQt5_Qt5')], } # for Python 2. SITE_PY2 = u""" import sys sys.frozen = True # Override __import__ to set __file__ for frozen modules. prev_import = __import__ def __import__(*args, **kwargs): mod = prev_import(*args, **kwargs) if mod: mod.__file__ = sys.executable return mod # Add our custom __import__ version to the global scope, as well as a builtin # definition for __file__ so that it is available in the module itself. import __builtin__ __builtin__.__import__ = __import__ __builtin__.__file__ = sys.executable del __builtin__ """ # for Python 3. SITE_PY3 = u""" import sys from _frozen_importlib import _imp, FrozenImporter sys.frozen = True if sys.platform == 'win32': # Make sure the preferred encoding is something we actually support. import _bootlocale enc = _bootlocale.getpreferredencoding().lower() if enc != 'utf-8' and not _imp.is_frozen('encodings.%s' % (enc)): def getpreferredencoding(do_setlocale=True): return 'mbcs' _bootlocale.getpreferredencoding = getpreferredencoding # Alter FrozenImporter to give a __file__ property to frozen modules. _find_spec = FrozenImporter.find_spec def find_spec(fullname, path=None, target=None): spec = _find_spec(fullname, path=path, target=target) if spec: spec.has_location = True spec.origin = sys.executable return spec def get_data(path): with open(path, 'rb') as fp: return FrozenImporter.find_spec = find_spec FrozenImporter.get_data = get_data """ # This addendum is only needed for legacy tkinter handling, since the new # tkinter package already contains this logic. SITE_PY_TKINTER_ADDENDUM = """ # Set the TCL_LIBRARY directory to the location of the Tcl/Tk/Tix files. import os tcl_dir = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(sys.executable), 'tcl') if os.path.isdir(tcl_dir): for dir in os.listdir(tcl_dir): sub_dir = os.path.join(tcl_dir, dir) if os.path.isdir(sub_dir): if dir.startswith('tcl') and os.path.isfile(os.path.join(sub_dir, 'init.tcl')): os.environ['TCL_LIBRARY'] = sub_dir if dir.startswith('tk'): os.environ['TK_LIBRARY'] = sub_dir if dir.startswith('tix'): os.environ['TIX_LIBRARY'] = sub_dir del os """ SITE_PY = SITE_PY3 if sys.version_info >= (3,) else SITE_PY2
[docs]class build_apps(setuptools.Command): description = 'build Panda3D applications' user_options = [ ('build-base=', None, 'directory to build applications in'), ('requirements-path=', None, 'path to requirements.txt file for pip'), ('platforms=', 'p', 'a list of platforms to build for'), ] default_file_handlers = { '.egg': egg2bam, }
[docs] def initialize_options(self): self.build_base = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), 'build') self.gui_apps = {} self.console_apps = {} self.macos_main_app = None self.rename_paths = {} self.include_patterns = [] self.exclude_patterns = [] self.include_modules = {} self.exclude_modules = {} self.icons = {} self.platforms = [ 'manylinux1_x86_64', 'macosx_10_6_x86_64', 'win_amd64', ] if sys.version_info >= (3, 10): # manylinux1 is not offered for Python 3.10 anymore self.platforms[0] = 'manylinux2010_x86_64' if sys.version_info >= (3, 8): # This version of Python is only available for 10.9+. self.platforms[1] = 'macosx_10_9_x86_64' self.plugins = [] self.embed_prc_data = True self.extra_prc_files = [] self.extra_prc_data = '' self.default_prc_dir = None self.log_filename = None self.log_filename_strftime = False self.log_append = False self.requirements_path = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), 'requirements.txt') self.use_optimized_wheels = True self.optimized_wheel_index = '' self.pypi_extra_indexes = [ '', ] self.file_handlers = {} self.exclude_dependencies = [ # Windows 'kernel32.dll', 'user32.dll', 'wsock32.dll', 'ws2_32.dll', 'advapi32.dll', 'opengl32.dll', 'glu32.dll', 'gdi32.dll', 'shell32.dll', 'ntdll.dll', 'ws2help.dll', 'rpcrt4.dll', 'imm32.dll', 'ddraw.dll', 'shlwapi.dll', 'secur32.dll', 'dciman32.dll', 'comdlg32.dll', 'comctl32.dll', 'ole32.dll', 'oleaut32.dll', 'gdiplus.dll', 'winmm.dll', 'iphlpapi.dll', 'msvcrt.dll', 'kernelbase.dll', 'msimg32.dll', 'msacm32.dll', 'setupapi.dll', 'version.dll', 'userenv.dll', 'netapi32.dll', 'crypt32.dll', # manylinux1/linux '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '*', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', # macOS '/usr/lib/libc++.1.dylib', '/usr/lib/libstdc++.*.dylib', '/usr/lib/libz.*.dylib', '/usr/lib/libobjc.*.dylib', '/usr/lib/libSystem.*.dylib', '/usr/lib/libbz2.*.dylib', '/usr/lib/libedit.*.dylib', '/usr/lib/libffi.dylib', '/usr/lib/libauditd.0.dylib', '/usr/lib/libgermantok.dylib', '/usr/lib/liblangid.dylib', '/usr/lib/libarchive.2.dylib', '/usr/lib/libipsec.A.dylib', '/usr/lib/libpanel.5.4.dylib', '/usr/lib/libiodbc.2.1.18.dylib', '/usr/lib/libhunspell-', '/usr/lib/libsqlite3.dylib', '/usr/lib/libpam.1.dylib', '/usr/lib/libtidy.A.dylib', '/usr/lib/libDHCPServer.A.dylib', '/usr/lib/libpam.2.dylib', '/usr/lib/libXplugin.1.dylib', '/usr/lib/libxslt.1.dylib', '/usr/lib/libiodbcinst.2.1.18.dylib', '/usr/lib/libBSDPClient.A.dylib', '/usr/lib/libsandbox.1.dylib', '/usr/lib/libform.5.4.dylib', '/usr/lib/libbsm.0.dylib', '/usr/lib/libMatch.1.dylib', '/usr/lib/libresolv.9.dylib', '/usr/lib/libcharset.1.dylib', '/usr/lib/libxml2.2.dylib', '/usr/lib/libiconv.2.dylib', '/usr/lib/libScreenReader.dylib', '/usr/lib/libdtrace.dylib', '/usr/lib/libicucore.A.dylib', '/usr/lib/libsasl2.2.dylib', '/usr/lib/libpcap.A.dylib', '/usr/lib/libexslt.0.dylib', '/usr/lib/libcurl.4.dylib', '/usr/lib/libncurses.5.4.dylib', '/usr/lib/libxar.1.dylib', '/usr/lib/libmenu.5.4.dylib', '/System/Library/**', ] if sys.version_info >= (3, 5): # Python 3.5+ requires at least Windows Vista to run anyway, so we # shouldn't warn about DLLs that are shipped with Vista. self.exclude_dependencies += ['bcrypt.dll'] self.package_data_dirs = {} # We keep track of the zip files we've opened. self._zip_files = {}
def _get_zip_file(self, path): if path in self._zip_files: return self._zip_files[path] zip = zipfile.ZipFile(path) self._zip_files[path] = zip return zip
[docs] def finalize_options(self): # We need to massage the inputs a bit in case they came from a # setup.cfg file. self.gui_apps = _parse_dict(self.gui_apps) self.console_apps = _parse_dict(self.console_apps) self.rename_paths = _parse_dict(self.rename_paths) self.include_patterns = _parse_list(self.include_patterns) self.exclude_patterns = _parse_list(self.exclude_patterns) self.include_modules = { key: _parse_list(value) for key, value in _parse_dict(self.include_modules).items() } self.exclude_modules = { key: _parse_list(value) for key, value in _parse_dict(self.exclude_modules).items() } self.icons = _parse_dict(self.icons) self.platforms = _parse_list(self.platforms) self.plugins = _parse_list(self.plugins) self.extra_prc_files = _parse_list(self.extra_prc_files) if self.default_prc_dir is None: self.default_prc_dir = '<auto>etc' if not self.embed_prc_data else '' num_gui_apps = len(self.gui_apps) num_console_apps = len(self.console_apps) if not self.macos_main_app: if num_gui_apps > 1: assert False, 'macos_main_app must be defined if more than one gui_app is defined' elif num_gui_apps == 1: self.macos_main_app = list(self.gui_apps.keys())[0] use_pipenv = ( 'Pipfile' in os.path.basename(self.requirements_path) or not os.path.exists(self.requirements_path) and os.path.exists('Pipfile') ) if use_pipenv: reqspath = os.path.join(self.build_base, 'requirements.txt') with open(reqspath, 'w') as reqsfile: subprocess.check_call(['pipenv', 'lock', '--requirements'], stdout=reqsfile) self.requirements_path = reqspath if self.use_optimized_wheels: if not self.optimized_wheel_index: # Try to find an appropriate wheel index # Start with the release index self.optimized_wheel_index = '' # See if a buildbot build is being used with open(self.requirements_path) as reqsfile: reqsdata = matches ='--extra-index-url (https*://*\b)', reqsdata) if matches and self.optimized_wheel_index = if not'opt'): self.optimized_wheel_index += '/opt' assert self.optimized_wheel_index, 'An index for optimized wheels must be defined if use_optimized_wheels is set' assert os.path.exists(self.requirements_path), 'Requirements.txt path does not exist: {}'.format(self.requirements_path) assert num_gui_apps + num_console_apps != 0, 'Must specify at least one app in either gui_apps or console_apps' self.exclude_dependencies = [p3d.GlobPattern(i) for i in self.exclude_dependencies] for glob in self.exclude_dependencies: glob.case_sensitive = False tmp = self.default_file_handlers.copy() tmp.update(self.file_handlers) self.file_handlers = tmp tmp = PACKAGE_DATA_DIRS.copy() tmp.update(self.package_data_dirs) self.package_data_dirs = tmp self.icon_objects = {} for app, iconpaths in self.icons.items(): if not isinstance(iconpaths, list) and not isinstance(iconpaths, tuple): iconpaths = (iconpaths,) iconobj = Icon() for iconpath in iconpaths: iconobj.addImage(iconpath) iconobj.generateMissingImages() self.icon_objects[app] = iconobj
[docs] def run(self): self.announce('Building platforms: {0}'.format(','.join(self.platforms)), distutils.log.INFO) for platform in self.platforms: self.build_runtimes(platform, True)
[docs] def download_wheels(self, platform): """ Downloads wheels for the given platform using pip. This includes panda3d wheels. These are special wheels that are expected to contain a deploy_libs directory containing the Python runtime libraries, which will be added to sys.path.""" import pip self.announce('Gathering wheels for platform: {}'.format(platform), distutils.log.INFO) whlcache = os.path.join(self.build_base, '__whl_cache__') pip_version = int(pip.__version__.split('.')[0]) if pip_version < 9: raise RuntimeError("pip 9.0 or greater is required, but found {}".format(pip.__version__)) abi_tag = 'cp%d%d' % (sys.version_info[:2]) if sys.version_info < (3, 8): abi_tag += 'm' # For these distributions, we need to append 'u' on Linux if abi_tag in ('cp26m', 'cp27m', 'cp32m') and not platform.startswith('win') and not platform.startswith('macosx'): abi_tag += 'u' whldir = os.path.join(whlcache, '_'.join((platform, abi_tag))) if not os.path.isdir(whldir): os.makedirs(whldir) # Remove any .zip files. These are built from a VCS and block for an # interactive prompt on subsequent downloads. if os.path.exists(whldir): for whl in os.listdir(whldir): if whl.endswith('.zip'): os.remove(os.path.join(whldir, whl)) pip_args = [ '--disable-pip-version-check', 'download', '-d', whldir, '-r', self.requirements_path, '--only-binary', ':all:', '--abi', abi_tag, '--platform', platform, ] if platform.startswith('linux_'): # Also accept manylinux. arch = platform[6:] if sys.version_info >= (3, 10): pip_args += ['--platform', 'manylinux2010_' + arch] else: pip_args += ['--platform', 'manylinux1_' + arch] if self.use_optimized_wheels: pip_args += [ '--extra-index-url', self.optimized_wheel_index ] for index in self.pypi_extra_indexes: pip_args += ['--extra-index-url', index] subprocess.check_call([sys.executable, '-m', 'pip'] + pip_args) # Return a list of paths to the downloaded whls return [ os.path.join(whldir, filename) for filename in os.listdir(whldir) if filename.endswith('.whl') ]
[docs] def update_pe_resources(self, appname, runtime): """Update resources (e.g., icons) in windows PE file""" icon = self.icon_objects.get( appname, self.icon_objects.get('*', None), ) if icon is not None: pef = pefile.PEFile(), 'r+') pef.add_icon(icon) pef.add_resource_section() pef.write_changes() pef.close()
[docs] def bundle_macos_app(self, builddir): """Bundle built runtime into a .app for macOS""" appname = '{}.app'.format(self.macos_main_app) appdir = os.path.join(builddir, appname) contentsdir = os.path.join(appdir, 'Contents') macosdir = os.path.join(contentsdir, 'MacOS') fwdir = os.path.join(contentsdir, 'Frameworks') resdir = os.path.join(contentsdir, 'Resources') self.announce('Bundling macOS app into {}'.format(appdir), distutils.log.INFO) # Create initial directory structure os.makedirs(macosdir) os.makedirs(fwdir) os.makedirs(resdir) # Move files over for fname in os.listdir(builddir): src = os.path.join(builddir, fname) if appdir in src: continue if fname in self.gui_apps or self.console_apps: dst = macosdir elif os.path.isfile(src) and open(src, 'rb').read(4) in macosx_binary_magics: dst = fwdir else: dst = resdir shutil.move(src, dst) # Write out Info.plist plist = { 'CFBundleName': appname, 'CFBundleDisplayName': appname, #TODO use name from 'CFBundleIdentifier': '', #TODO 'CFBundleVersion': '0.0.0', #TODO get from 'CFBundlePackageType': 'APPL', 'CFBundleSignature': '', #TODO 'CFBundleExecutable': self.macos_main_app, } icon = self.icon_objects.get( self.macos_main_app, self.icon_objects.get('*', None) ) if icon is not None: plist['CFBundleIconFile'] = 'iconfile' icon.makeICNS(os.path.join(resdir, 'iconfile.icns')) with open(os.path.join(contentsdir, 'Info.plist'), 'wb') as f: if hasattr(plistlib, 'dump'): plistlib.dump(plist, f) else: plistlib.writePlist(plist, f)
[docs] def build_runtimes(self, platform, use_wheels): """ Builds the distributions for the given platform. """ builddir = os.path.join(self.build_base, platform) if os.path.exists(builddir): shutil.rmtree(builddir) os.makedirs(builddir) path = sys.path[:] p3dwhl = None wheelpaths = [] has_tkinter_wheel = False if use_wheels: wheelpaths = self.download_wheels(platform) for whl in wheelpaths: if os.path.basename(whl).startswith('panda3d-'): p3dwhlfn = whl p3dwhl = self._get_zip_file(p3dwhlfn) break elif os.path.basename(whl).startswith('tkinter-'): has_tkinter_wheel = True else: raise RuntimeError("Missing panda3d wheel for platform: {}".format(platform)) if self.use_optimized_wheels: # Check to see if we have an optimized wheel localtag = p3dwhlfn.split('+')[1].split('-')[0] if '+' in p3dwhlfn else '' if not localtag.endswith('opt'): self.announce( 'Could not find an optimized wheel (using index {}) for platform: {}'.format(self.optimized_wheel_index, platform), distutils.log.WARN ) for whl in wheelpaths: if os.path.basename(whl).startswith('tkinter-'): has_tkinter_wheel = True break #whlfiles = {whl: self._get_zip_file(whl) for whl in wheelpaths} # Add whl files to the path so they are picked up by modulefinder for whl in wheelpaths: path.insert(0, whl) # Add deploy_libs from panda3d whl to the path path.insert(0, os.path.join(p3dwhlfn, 'deploy_libs')) self.announce('Building runtime for platform: {}'.format(platform), distutils.log.INFO) # Gather PRC data prcstring = '' if not use_wheels: dtool_fn = p3d.Filename(p3d.ExecutionEnvironment.get_dtool_name()) libdir = os.path.dirname(dtool_fn.to_os_specific()) etcdir = os.path.join(libdir, '..', 'etc') etcfiles = os.listdir(etcdir) etcfiles.sort(reverse=True) for fn in etcfiles: if fn.lower().endswith('.prc'): with open(os.path.join(etcdir, fn)) as f: prcstring += else: etcfiles = [i for i in p3dwhl.namelist() if i.endswith('.prc')] etcfiles.sort(reverse=True) for fn in etcfiles: with as f: prcstring +='utf8') user_prcstring = self.extra_prc_data for fn in self.extra_prc_files: with open(fn) as f: user_prcstring += # Clenup PRC data check_plugins = [ #TODO find a better way to get this list 'pandaegg', 'p3ffmpeg', 'p3ptloader', 'p3assimp', ] def parse_prc(prcstr, warn_on_missing_plugin): out = [] for ln in prcstr.split('\n'): ln = ln.strip() useline = True if ln.startswith('#') or not ln: continue words = ln.split(None, 1) if not words: continue var = words[0] value = words[1] if len(words) > 1 else '' # Strip comment after value. c = value.find(' #') if c > 0: value = value[:c].rstrip() if var == 'model-cache-dir' and value: value = value.replace('/panda3d', '/{}'.format(self.distribution.get_name())) if var == 'audio-library-name': # We have the default set to p3fmod_audio on macOS in 1.10, # but this can be unexpected as other platforms use OpenAL # by default. Switch it up if FMOD is not included. if value not in self.plugins and value == 'p3fmod_audio' and 'p3openal_audio' in self.plugins: self.warn("Missing audio plugin p3fmod_audio referenced in PRC data, replacing with p3openal_audio") value = 'p3openal_audio' if var == 'aux-display': # Silently remove aux-display lines for missing plugins. if value not in self.plugins: continue for plugin in check_plugins: if plugin in value and plugin not in self.plugins: useline = False if warn_on_missing_plugin: self.warn( "Missing plugin ({0}) referenced in user PRC data".format(plugin) ) break if useline: if value: out.append(var + ' ' + value) else: out.append(var) return out prcexport = parse_prc(prcstring, 0) + parse_prc(user_prcstring, 1) # Export PRC data prcexport = '\n'.join(prcexport) if not self.embed_prc_data: prcdir = self.default_prc_dir.replace('<auto>', '') prcdir = os.path.join(builddir, prcdir) os.makedirs(prcdir) with open (os.path.join(prcdir, '00-panda3d.prc'), 'w') as f: f.write(prcexport) # Create runtimes freezer_extras = set() freezer_modules = set() freezer_modpaths = set() ext_suffixes = set() def get_search_path_for(source_path): search_path = [os.path.dirname(source_path)] if use_wheels: search_path.append(os.path.join(p3dwhlfn, 'deploy_libs')) # If the .whl containing this file has a .libs directory, add # it to the path. This is an auditwheel/numpy convention. if '.whl' + os.sep in source_path: whl, wf = source_path.split('.whl' + os.path.sep) whl += '.whl' rootdir = wf.split(os.path.sep, 1)[0] search_path.append(os.path.join(whl, rootdir, '.libs')) # Also look for eg. numpy.libs or Pillow.libs in the root whl_name = os.path.basename(whl).split('-', 1)[0] search_path.append(os.path.join(whl, whl_name + '.libs')) # Also look for more specific per-package cases, defined in # PACKAGE_LIB_DIRS at the top of this file. extra_dirs = PACKAGE_LIB_DIRS.get(whl_name, []) for extra_dir, search_in in extra_dirs: if not search_in: search_path.append(os.path.join(whl, extra_dir.replace('/', os.path.sep))) else: for whl2 in wheelpaths: if os.path.basename(whl2).startswith(search_in + '-'): search_path.append(os.path.join(whl2, extra_dir.replace('/', os.path.sep))) return search_path def create_runtime(appname, mainscript, use_console): site_py = SITE_PY if not has_tkinter_wheel: # Legacy handling for Tcl data files site_py += SITE_PY_TKINTER_ADDENDUM freezer = FreezeTool.Freezer(platform=platform, path=path) freezer.addModule('__main__', filename=mainscript) freezer.addModule('site', filename='', text=site_py) for incmod in self.include_modules.get(appname, []) + self.include_modules.get('*', []): freezer.addModule(incmod) for exmod in self.exclude_modules.get(appname, []) + self.exclude_modules.get('*', []): freezer.excludeModule(exmod) freezer.done(addStartupModules=True) target_path = os.path.join(builddir, appname) stub_name = 'deploy-stub' if platform.startswith('win') or 'macosx' in platform: if not use_console: stub_name = 'deploy-stubw' if platform.startswith('win'): stub_name += '.exe' target_path += '.exe' if use_wheels: stub_file ='panda3d_tools/{0}'.format(stub_name)) else: dtool_path = p3d.Filename(p3d.ExecutionEnvironment.get_dtool_name()).to_os_specific() stub_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(dtool_path), '..', 'bin', stub_name) stub_file = open(stub_path, 'rb') # Do we need an icon? On Windows, we need to add this to the stub # before we add the blob. if 'win' in platform: temp_file = tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(suffix='-icon.exe', delete=False) temp_file.write( stub_file.close() temp_file.close() self.update_pe_resources(appname, stub_file = open(, 'rb') else: temp_file = None freezer.generateRuntimeFromStub(target_path, stub_file, use_console, { 'prc_data': prcexport if self.embed_prc_data else None, 'default_prc_dir': self.default_prc_dir, 'prc_dir_envvars': None, 'prc_path_envvars': None, 'prc_patterns': None, 'prc_encrypted_patterns': None, 'prc_encryption_key': None, 'prc_executable_patterns': None, 'prc_executable_args_envvar': None, 'main_dir': None, 'log_filename': self.expand_path(self.log_filename, platform), }, self.log_append, self.log_filename_strftime) stub_file.close() if temp_file: os.unlink( # Copy the dependencies. search_path = [builddir] if use_wheels: search_path.append(os.path.join(p3dwhlfn, 'deploy_libs')) self.copy_dependencies(target_path, builddir, search_path, stub_name) freezer_extras.update(freezer.extras) freezer_modules.update(freezer.getAllModuleNames()) freezer_modpaths.update({ mod[1].filename.to_os_specific() for mod in freezer.getModuleDefs() if mod[1].filename }) for suffix in freezer.moduleSuffixes: if suffix[2] == imp.C_EXTENSION: ext_suffixes.add(suffix[0]) for appname, scriptname in self.gui_apps.items(): create_runtime(appname, scriptname, False) for appname, scriptname in self.console_apps.items(): create_runtime(appname, scriptname, True) # Warn if tkinter is used but hasn't been added to requirements.txt if not has_tkinter_wheel and '_tkinter' in freezer_modules: # The on-windows-for-windows case is handled as legacy below if sys.platform != "win32" or not platform.startswith('win'): self.warn("Detected use of tkinter, but tkinter is not specified in requirements.txt!") # Copy extension modules whl_modules = [] whl_modules_ext = '' if use_wheels: # Get the module libs whl_modules = [] for i in p3dwhl.namelist(): if not i.startswith('deploy_libs/'): continue if not any(i.endswith(suffix) for suffix in ext_suffixes): continue if has_tkinter_wheel and i.startswith('deploy_libs/_tkinter.'): # Ignore this one, we have a separate tkinter package # nowadays that contains all the dependencies. continue base = os.path.basename(i) module, _, ext = base.partition('.') whl_modules.append(module) whl_modules_ext = ext # Make sure to copy any builtins that have shared objects in the # deploy libs, assuming they are not already in freezer_extras. for mod, source_path in freezer_extras: freezer_modules.discard(mod) for mod in freezer_modules: if mod in whl_modules: freezer_extras.add((mod, None)) # Copy over necessary plugins plugin_list = ['panda3d/lib{}'.format(i) for i in self.plugins] for lib in p3dwhl.namelist(): plugname = lib.split('.', 1)[0] if plugname in plugin_list: source_path = os.path.join(p3dwhlfn, lib) target_path = os.path.join(builddir, os.path.basename(lib)) search_path = [os.path.dirname(source_path)] self.copy_with_dependencies(source_path, target_path, search_path) # Copy any shared objects we need for module, source_path in freezer_extras: if source_path is not None: # Rename panda3d/core.pyd to panda3d.core.pyd source_path = os.path.normpath(source_path) basename = os.path.basename(source_path) if '.' in module: basename = module.rsplit('.', 1)[0] + '.' + basename # Remove python version string if sys.version_info >= (3, 0): parts = basename.split('.') if len(parts) >= 3 and '-' in parts[-2]: parts = parts[:-2] + parts[-1:] basename = '.'.join(parts) # Was this not found in a wheel? Then we may have a problem, # since it may be for the current platform instead of the target # platform. if use_wheels: found_in_wheel = False for whl in wheelpaths: whl = os.path.normpath(whl) if source_path.lower().startswith(os.path.join(whl, '').lower()): found_in_wheel = True break if not found_in_wheel: self.warn('{} was not found in any downloaded wheel, is a dependency missing from requirements.txt?'.format(basename)) else: # Builtin module, but might not be builtin in wheel libs, so double check if module in whl_modules: source_path = os.path.join(p3dwhlfn, 'deploy_libs/{}.{}'.format(module, whl_modules_ext))#'{0}/deploy_libs/{1}.{2}'.format(p3dwhlfn, module, whl_modules_ext) basename = os.path.basename(source_path) #XXX should we remove python version string here too? else: continue # If this is a dynamic library, search for dependencies. target_path = os.path.join(builddir, basename) search_path = get_search_path_for(source_path) self.copy_with_dependencies(source_path, target_path, search_path) # Copy over the tcl directory. # This is legacy, we nowadays recommend the separate tkinter wheel. if sys.platform == "win32" and platform.startswith('win') and not has_tkinter_wheel: tcl_dir = os.path.join(sys.prefix, 'tcl') tkinter_name = 'tkinter' if sys.version_info >= (3, 0) else 'Tkinter' if os.path.isdir(tcl_dir) and tkinter_name in freezer_modules: self.announce('Copying Tcl files', distutils.log.INFO) os.makedirs(os.path.join(builddir, 'tcl')) for dir in os.listdir(tcl_dir): sub_dir = os.path.join(tcl_dir, dir) if os.path.isdir(sub_dir): target_dir = os.path.join(builddir, 'tcl', dir) self.announce('copying {0} -> {1}'.format(sub_dir, target_dir)) shutil.copytree(sub_dir, target_dir) # Extract any other data files from dependency packages. for module, datadesc in self.package_data_dirs.items(): if module not in freezer_modules: continue self.announce('Copying data files for module: {}'.format(module), distutils.log.INFO) # OK, find out in which .whl this occurs. for whl in wheelpaths: whlfile = self._get_zip_file(whl) filenames = whlfile.namelist() for source_pattern, target_dir, flags in datadesc: srcglob = p3d.GlobPattern(source_pattern.lower()) source_dir = os.path.dirname(source_pattern) # Relocate the target dir to the build directory. target_dir = target_dir.replace('/', os.sep) target_dir = os.path.join(builddir, target_dir) for wf in filenames: if wf.endswith('/'): # Skip directories. continue if wf.lower().startswith(source_dir.lower() + '/'): if not srcglob.matches(wf.lower()): continue wf = wf.replace('/', os.sep) relpath = wf[len(source_dir) + 1:] source_path = os.path.join(whl, wf) target_path = os.path.join(target_dir, relpath) if 'PKG_DATA_MAKE_EXECUTABLE' in flags: search_path = get_search_path_for(source_path) self.copy_with_dependencies(source_path, target_path, search_path) mode = os.stat(target_path).st_mode mode |= stat.S_IXUSR | stat.S_IXGRP | stat.S_IXOTH os.chmod(target_path, mode) else: self.copy(source_path, target_path) # Copy Game Files self.announce('Copying game files for platform: {}'.format(platform), distutils.log.INFO) ignore_copy_list = [ '**/__pycache__/**', '**/*.pyc', '{}/**'.format(self.build_base), ] ignore_copy_list += self.exclude_patterns ignore_copy_list += freezer_modpaths ignore_copy_list += self.extra_prc_files ignore_copy_list = [p3d.GlobPattern(p3d.Filename.from_os_specific(i).get_fullpath()) for i in ignore_copy_list] include_copy_list = [p3d.GlobPattern(i) for i in self.include_patterns] def check_pattern(src, pattern_list): # Normalize file paths across platforms fn = p3d.Filename.from_os_specific(os.path.normpath(src)) path = fn.get_fullpath() fn.make_absolute() abspath = fn.get_fullpath() for pattern in pattern_list: # If the pattern is absolute, match against the absolute filename. if pattern.pattern[0] == '/': #print('check ignore: {} {} {}'.format(pattern, src, pattern.matches_file(abspath))) if pattern.matches_file(abspath): return True else: #print('check ignore: {} {} {}'.format(pattern, src, pattern.matches_file(path))) if pattern.matches_file(path): return True return False def check_file(fname): return check_pattern(fname, include_copy_list) and \ not check_pattern(fname, ignore_copy_list) def skip_directory(src): # Provides a quick-out for directory checks. NOT recursive. fn = p3d.Filename.from_os_specific(os.path.normpath(src)) path = fn.get_fullpath() fn.make_absolute() abspath = fn.get_fullpath() for pattern in ignore_copy_list: if not pattern.pattern.endswith('/*') and \ not pattern.pattern.endswith('/**'): continue pattern_dir = p3d.Filename(pattern.pattern).get_dirname() if abspath.startswith(pattern_dir + '/'): return True if path.startswith(pattern_dir + '/'): return True return False def copy_file(src, dst): src = os.path.normpath(src) dst = os.path.normpath(dst) if not check_file(src): self.announce('skipping file {}'.format(src)) return dst_dir = os.path.dirname(dst) if not os.path.exists(dst_dir): os.makedirs(dst_dir) ext = os.path.splitext(src)[1] # If the file ends with .gz/.pz, we strip this off. if ext in ('.gz', '.pz'): ext = os.path.splitext(src[:-3])[1] if not ext: ext = os.path.basename(src) if ext in self.file_handlers: buildscript = self.file_handlers[ext] self.announce('running {} on src ({})'.format(buildscript.__name__, src)) try: dst = self.file_handlers[ext](self, src, dst) except Exception as err: self.announce('{}'.format(err), distutils.log.ERROR) else: self.announce('copying {0} -> {1}'.format(src, dst)) shutil.copyfile(src, dst) def update_path(path): normpath = p3d.Filename.from_os_specific(os.path.normpath(src)).c_str() for inputpath, outputpath in self.rename_paths.items(): if normpath.startswith(inputpath): normpath = normpath.replace(inputpath, outputpath, 1) return p3d.Filename(normpath).to_os_specific() rootdir = os.getcwd() for dirname, subdirlist, filelist in os.walk(rootdir): subdirlist.sort() dirpath = os.path.relpath(dirname, rootdir) if skip_directory(dirpath): self.announce('skipping directory {}'.format(dirpath)) continue for fname in filelist: src = os.path.join(dirpath, fname) dst = os.path.join(builddir, update_path(src)) copy_file(src, dst) # Bundle into an .app on macOS if self.macos_main_app and 'macosx' in platform: self.bundle_macos_app(builddir)
[docs] def add_dependency(self, name, target_dir, search_path, referenced_by): """ Searches for the given DLL on the search path. If it exists, copies it to the target_dir. """ if os.path.exists(os.path.join(target_dir, name)): # We've already added it earlier. return for dep in self.exclude_dependencies: if dep.matches_file(name): return for dir in search_path: source_path = os.path.join(dir, name) if os.path.isfile(source_path): target_path = os.path.join(target_dir, name) self.copy_with_dependencies(source_path, target_path, search_path) return elif '.whl' in source_path: # Check whether the file exists inside the wheel. whl, wf = source_path.split('.whl' + os.path.sep) whl += '.whl' whlfile = self._get_zip_file(whl) # Normalize the path separator wf = os.path.normpath(wf).replace(os.path.sep, '/') # Look case-insensitively. namelist = whlfile.namelist() namelist_lower = [file.lower() for file in namelist] if wf.lower() in namelist_lower: # We have a match. Change it to the correct case. wf = namelist[namelist_lower.index(wf.lower())] source_path = os.path.join(whl, wf) target_path = os.path.join(target_dir, os.path.basename(wf)) self.copy_with_dependencies(source_path, target_path, search_path) return # If we didn't find it, look again, but case-insensitively. name_lower = name.lower() for dir in search_path: if os.path.isdir(dir): files = os.listdir(dir) files_lower = [file.lower() for file in files] if name_lower in files_lower: name = files[files_lower.index(name_lower)] source_path = os.path.join(dir, name) target_path = os.path.join(target_dir, name) self.copy_with_dependencies(source_path, target_path, search_path) # Warn if we can't find it, but only once. self.warn("could not find dependency {0} (referenced by {1})".format(name, referenced_by)) self.exclude_dependencies.append(p3d.GlobPattern(name.lower()))
[docs] def copy(self, source_path, target_path): """ Copies source_path to target_path. source_path may be located inside a .whl file. """ try: self.announce('copying {0} -> {1}'.format(os.path.relpath(source_path, self.build_base), os.path.relpath(target_path, self.build_base))) except ValueError: # No relative path (e.g., files on different drives in Windows), just print absolute paths instead self.announce('copying {0} -> {1}'.format(source_path, target_path)) # Make the directory if it does not yet exist. target_dir = os.path.dirname(target_path) if not os.path.isdir(target_dir): os.makedirs(target_dir) # Copy the file, and open it for analysis. if '.whl' in source_path: # This was found in a wheel, extract it whl, wf = source_path.split('.whl' + os.path.sep) whl += '.whl' whlfile = self._get_zip_file(whl) data =, '/')) with open(target_path, 'wb') as f: f.write(data) else: # Regular file, copy it shutil.copyfile(source_path, target_path)
[docs] def copy_with_dependencies(self, source_path, target_path, search_path): """ Copies source_path to target_path. It also scans source_path for any dependencies, which are located along the given search_path and copied to the same directory as target_path. source_path may be located inside a .whl file. """ self.copy(source_path, target_path) source_dir = os.path.dirname(source_path) target_dir = os.path.dirname(target_path) base = os.path.basename(target_path) if source_dir not in search_path: search_path = search_path + [source_dir] self.copy_dependencies(target_path, target_dir, search_path, base)
[docs] def copy_dependencies(self, target_path, target_dir, search_path, referenced_by): """ Copies the dependencies of target_path into target_dir. """ fp = open(target_path, 'rb+') # What kind of magic does the file contain? deps = [] magic = if magic.startswith(b'MZ'): # It's a Windows DLL or EXE file. pe = pefile.PEFile() for lib in pe.imports: deps.append(lib) elif magic == b'\x7FELF': # Elf magic. Used on (among others) Linux and FreeBSD. deps = self._read_dependencies_elf(fp, target_dir, search_path) elif magic in (b'\xCE\xFA\xED\xFE', b'\xCF\xFA\xED\xFE'): # A Mach-O file, as used on macOS. deps = self._read_dependencies_macho(fp, '<', flatten=True) elif magic in (b'\xFE\xED\xFA\xCE', b'\xFE\xED\xFA\xCF'): rel_dir = os.path.relpath(target_dir, os.path.dirname(target_path)) deps = self._read_dependencies_macho(fp, '>', flatten=True) elif magic in (b'\xCA\xFE\xBA\xBE', b'\xBE\xBA\xFE\xCA'): # A fat file, containing multiple Mach-O binaries. In the future, # we may want to extract the one containing the architecture we # are building for. deps = self._read_dependencies_fat(fp, False, flatten=True) elif magic in (b'\xCA\xFE\xBA\xBF', b'\xBF\xBA\xFE\xCA'): # A 64-bit fat file. deps = self._read_dependencies_fat(fp, True, flatten=True) # If we discovered any dependencies, recursively add those. for dep in deps: self.add_dependency(dep, target_dir, search_path, referenced_by)
def _read_dependencies_elf(self, elf, origin, search_path): """ Having read the first 4 bytes of the ELF file, fetches the dependent libraries and returns those as a list. """ ident = # Make sure we read in the correct endianness and integer size byte_order = "<>"[ord(ident[1:2]) - 1] elf_class = ord(ident[0:1]) - 1 # 0 = 32-bits, 1 = 64-bits header_struct = byte_order + ("HHIIIIIHHHHHH", "HHIQQQIHHHHHH")[elf_class] section_struct = byte_order + ("4xI8xIII8xI", "4xI16xQQI12xQ")[elf_class] dynamic_struct = byte_order + ("iI", "qQ")[elf_class] type, machine, version, entry, phoff, shoff, flags, ehsize, phentsize, phnum, shentsize, shnum, shstrndx \ = struct.unpack(header_struct, dynamic_sections = [] string_tables = {} # Seek to the section header table and find the .dynamic section. for i in range(shnum): type, offset, size, link, entsize = struct.unpack_from(section_struct, if type == 6 and link != 0: # DYNAMIC type, links to string table dynamic_sections.append((offset, size, link, entsize)) string_tables[link] = None # Read the relevant string tables. for idx in string_tables.keys(): + idx * shentsize) type, offset, size, link, entsize = struct.unpack_from(section_struct, if type != 3: continue string_tables[idx] = # Loop through the dynamic sections and rewrite it if it has an rpath/runpath. needed = [] rpath = [] for offset, size, link, entsize in dynamic_sections: data = tag, val = struct.unpack_from(dynamic_struct, data) # Read tags until we find a NULL tag. while tag != 0: if tag == 1: # A NEEDED entry. Read it from the string table. string = string_tables[link][val : string_tables[link].find(b'\0', val)] needed.append(string.decode('utf-8')) elif tag == 15 or tag == 29: # An RPATH or RUNPATH entry. string = string_tables[link][val : string_tables[link].find(b'\0', val)] rpath += [ os.path.normpath(i.decode('utf-8').replace('$ORIGIN', origin)) for i in string.split(b':') ] data = tag, val = struct.unpack_from(dynamic_struct, data) elf.close() search_path += rpath return needed def _read_dependencies_macho(self, fp, endian, flatten=False): """ Having read the first 4 bytes of the Mach-O file, fetches the dependent libraries and returns those as a list. If flatten is True, if the dependencies contain paths like @loader_path/../.dylibs/libsomething.dylib, it will rewrite them to instead contain @loader_path/libsomething.dylib if possible. This requires the file pointer to be opened in rb+ mode. """ cputype, cpusubtype, filetype, ncmds, sizeofcmds, flags = \ struct.unpack(endian + 'IIIIII', is_64bit = (cputype & 0x1000000) != 0 if is_64bit: # After the header, we get a series of linker commands. We just # iterate through them and gather up the LC_LOAD_DYLIB commands. load_dylibs = [] for i in range(ncmds): cmd, cmd_size = struct.unpack(endian + 'II', cmd_data = - 8) cmd &= ~0x80000000 if cmd == 0x0c: # LC_LOAD_DYLIB dylib = cmd_data[16:].decode('ascii').split('\x00', 1)[0] orig = dylib if dylib.startswith('@loader_path/../Frameworks/'): dylib = dylib.replace('@loader_path/../Frameworks/', '') elif dylib.startswith('@executable_path/../Frameworks/'): dylib = dylib.replace('@executable_path/../Frameworks/', '') else: for prefix in ('@loader_path/', '@rpath/'): if dylib.startswith(prefix): dylib = dylib.replace(prefix, '') # Do we need to flatten the relative reference? if '/' in dylib and flatten: new_dylib = prefix + os.path.basename(dylib) str_size = len(cmd_data) - 16 if len(new_dylib) < str_size:, os.SEEK_CUR) fp.write(new_dylib.encode('ascii').ljust(str_size, b'\0')) else: self.warn('Unable to rewrite dependency {}'.format(orig)) load_dylibs.append(dylib) return load_dylibs def _read_dependencies_fat(self, fp, is_64bit, flatten=False): num_fat, = struct.unpack('>I', # After the header we get a table of executables in this fat file, # each one with a corresponding offset into the file. offsets = [] for i in range(num_fat): if is_64bit: cputype, cpusubtype, offset, size, align = \ struct.unpack('>QQQQQ', else: cputype, cpusubtype, offset, size, align = \ struct.unpack('>IIIII', offsets.append(offset) # Go through each of the binaries in the fat file. deps = [] for offset in offsets: # Add 4, since it expects we've already read the magic. magic = if magic in (b'\xCE\xFA\xED\xFE', b'\xCF\xFA\xED\xFE'): endian = '<' elif magic in (b'\xFE\xED\xFA\xCE', b'\xFE\xED\xFA\xCF'): endian = '>' else: # Not a Mach-O file we can read. continue for dep in self._read_dependencies_macho(fp, endian, flatten=flatten): if dep not in deps: deps.append(dep) return deps
[docs] def expand_path(self, path, platform): "Substitutes variables in the given path string." if path is None: return None t = string.Template(path) if platform.startswith('win'): return t.substitute(HOME='~', USER_APPDATA='~/AppData/Local') elif platform.startswith('macosx'): return t.substitute(HOME='~', USER_APPDATA='~/Documents') else: return t.substitute(HOME='~', USER_APPDATA='~/.local/share')
[docs]class bdist_apps(setuptools.Command): DEFAULT_INSTALLERS = { 'manylinux1_x86_64': ['gztar'], 'manylinux1_i686': ['gztar'], 'manylinux2010_x86_64': ['gztar'], 'manylinux2010_i686': ['gztar'], # Everything else defaults to ['zip'] } description = 'bundle built Panda3D applications into distributable forms' user_options = build_apps.user_options + [ ('dist-dir=', 'd', 'directory to put final built distributions in'), ('skip-build', None, 'skip rebuilding everything (for testing/debugging)'), ] def _build_apps_options(self): return [opt[0].replace('-', '_').replace('=', '') for opt in build_apps.user_options]
[docs] def initialize_options(self): self.installers = {} self.dist_dir = os.path.join(os.getcwd(), 'dist') self.skip_build = False for opt in self._build_apps_options(): setattr(self, opt, None)
[docs] def finalize_options(self): # We need to massage the inputs a bit in case they came from a # setup.cfg file. self.installers = { key: _parse_list(value) for key, value in _parse_dict(self.installers).items() }
def _get_archive_basedir(self): return self.distribution.get_name()
[docs] def create_zip(self, basename, build_dir): import zipfile base_dir = self._get_archive_basedir() with zipfile.ZipFile(basename+'.zip', 'w', compression=zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED) as zf: zf.write(build_dir, base_dir) for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(build_dir): dirnames.sort() for name in dirnames: path = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(dirpath, name)) zf.write(path, path.replace(build_dir, base_dir, 1)) for name in filenames: path = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(dirpath, name)) if os.path.isfile(path): zf.write(path, path.replace(build_dir, base_dir, 1))
[docs] def create_tarball(self, basename, build_dir, tar_compression): import tarfile base_dir = self._get_archive_basedir() build_cmd = self.get_finalized_command('build_apps') binary_names = list(build_cmd.console_apps.keys()) + list(build_cmd.gui_apps.keys()) source_date = os.environ.get('SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH', '').strip() if source_date: max_mtime = int(source_date) else: max_mtime = None def tarfilter(tarinfo): if tarinfo.isdir() or os.path.basename( in binary_names: tarinfo.mode = 0o755 else: tarinfo.mode = 0o644 # This isn't interesting information to retain for distribution. tarinfo.uid = 0 tarinfo.gid = 0 tarinfo.uname = "" tarinfo.gname = "" if max_mtime is not None and tarinfo.mtime >= max_mtime: tarinfo.mtime = max_mtime return tarinfo filename = '{}.tar.{}'.format(basename, tar_compression) with, 'w|{}'.format(tar_compression)) as tf: tf.add(build_dir, base_dir, filter=tarfilter) if tar_compression == 'gz' and max_mtime is not None: # Python provides no elegant way to overwrite the gzip timestamp. with open(filename, 'r+b') as fp: fp.write(struct.pack("<L", max_mtime))
[docs] def create_nsis(self, basename, build_dir, is_64bit): # Get a list of build applications build_cmd = self.get_finalized_command('build_apps') apps = build_cmd.gui_apps.copy() apps.update(build_cmd.console_apps) apps = [ '{}.exe'.format(i) for i in apps ] fullname = self.distribution.get_fullname() shortname = self.distribution.get_name() # Create the .nsi installer script nsifile = p3d.Filename(build_cmd.build_base, shortname + ".nsi") nsifile.unlink() nsi = open(nsifile.to_os_specific(), "w") # Some global info nsi.write('Name "%s"\n' % shortname) nsi.write('OutFile "%s"\n' % (fullname+'.exe')) if is_64bit: nsi.write('InstallDir "$PROGRAMFILES64\\%s"\n' % shortname) else: nsi.write('InstallDir "$PROGRAMFILES\\%s"\n' % shortname) nsi.write('SetCompress auto\n') nsi.write('SetCompressor lzma\n') nsi.write('ShowInstDetails nevershow\n') nsi.write('ShowUninstDetails nevershow\n') nsi.write('InstType "Typical"\n') # Tell Vista that we require admin rights nsi.write('RequestExecutionLevel admin\n') nsi.write('\n') # TODO offer run and desktop shortcut after we figure out how to deal # with multiple apps nsi.write('!include "MUI2.nsh"\n') nsi.write('!define MUI_ABORTWARNING\n') nsi.write('\n') nsi.write('Var StartMenuFolder\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_WELCOME\n') # TODO license file nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_DIRECTORY\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_STARTMENU Application $StartMenuFolder\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_INSTFILES\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_FINISH\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_UNPAGE_WELCOME\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_UNPAGE_CONFIRM\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_UNPAGE_INSTFILES\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_UNPAGE_FINISH\n') nsi.write('!insertmacro MUI_LANGUAGE "English"\n') # This section defines the installer. nsi.write('Section "" SecCore\n') nsi.write(' SetOutPath "$INSTDIR"\n') curdir = "" nsi_dir = p3d.Filename.fromOsSpecific(build_cmd.build_base) build_root_dir = p3d.Filename.fromOsSpecific(build_dir) for root, dirs, files in os.walk(build_dir): dirs.sort() for name in files: basefile = p3d.Filename.fromOsSpecific(os.path.join(root, name)) file = p3d.Filename(basefile) file.makeAbsolute() file.makeRelativeTo(nsi_dir) outdir = p3d.Filename(basefile) outdir.makeAbsolute() outdir.makeRelativeTo(build_root_dir) outdir = outdir.getDirname().replace('/', '\\') if curdir != outdir: nsi.write(' SetOutPath "$INSTDIR\\%s"\n' % outdir) curdir = outdir nsi.write(' File "%s"\n' % (file.toOsSpecific())) nsi.write(' SetOutPath "$INSTDIR"\n') nsi.write(' WriteUninstaller "$INSTDIR\\Uninstall.exe"\n') nsi.write(' ; Start menu items\n') nsi.write(' !insertmacro MUI_STARTMENU_WRITE_BEGIN Application\n') nsi.write(' CreateDirectory "$SMPROGRAMS\\$StartMenuFolder"\n') for app in apps: nsi.write(' CreateShortCut "$SMPROGRAMS\\$StartMenuFolder\\%s.lnk" "$INSTDIR\\%s"\n' % (shortname, app)) nsi.write(' CreateShortCut "$SMPROGRAMS\\$StartMenuFolder\\Uninstall.lnk" "$INSTDIR\\Uninstall.exe"\n') nsi.write(' !insertmacro MUI_STARTMENU_WRITE_END\n') nsi.write('SectionEnd\n') # This section defines the uninstaller. nsi.write('Section Uninstall\n') nsi.write(' RMDir /r "$INSTDIR"\n') nsi.write(' ; Desktop icon\n') nsi.write(' Delete "$DESKTOP\\%s.lnk"\n' % shortname) nsi.write(' ; Start menu items\n') nsi.write(' !insertmacro MUI_STARTMENU_GETFOLDER Application $StartMenuFolder\n') nsi.write(' RMDir /r "$SMPROGRAMS\\$StartMenuFolder"\n') nsi.write('SectionEnd\n') nsi.close() cmd = ['makensis'] for flag in ["V2"]: cmd.append( '{}{}'.format('/' if sys.platform.startswith('win') else '-', flag) ) cmd.append(nsifile.to_os_specific()) subprocess.check_call(cmd)
[docs] def run(self): build_cmd = self.distribution.get_command_obj('build_apps') for opt in self._build_apps_options(): optval = getattr(self, opt) if optval is not None: setattr(build_cmd, opt, optval) build_cmd.finalize_options() if not self.skip_build: self.run_command('build_apps') platforms = build_cmd.platforms build_base = os.path.abspath(build_cmd.build_base) if not os.path.exists(self.dist_dir): os.makedirs(self.dist_dir) os.chdir(self.dist_dir) for platform in platforms: build_dir = os.path.join(build_base, platform) basename = '{}_{}'.format(self.distribution.get_fullname(), platform) installers = self.installers.get(platform, self.DEFAULT_INSTALLERS.get(platform, ['zip'])) for installer in installers: self.announce('\nBuilding {} for platform: {}'.format(installer, platform), distutils.log.INFO) if installer == 'zip': self.create_zip(basename, build_dir) elif installer in ('gztar', 'bztar', 'xztar'): compress = installer.replace('tar', '') if compress == 'bz': compress = 'bz2' self.create_tarball(basename, build_dir, compress) elif installer == 'nsis': if not platform.startswith('win'): self.announce( '\tNSIS installer not supported for platform: {}'.format(platform), distutils.log.ERROR ) continue try:['makensis', '--version']) except OSError: self.announce( '\tCould not find makensis tool that is required to build NSIS installers', distutils.log.ERROR ) # continue is_64bit = platform == 'win_amd64' self.create_nsis(basename, build_dir, is_64bit) else: self.announce('\tUnknown installer: {}'.format(installer), distutils.log.ERROR)