Source code for openmdao.util.envirodump


  USAGE:  "python", text file generated in that spot

  TO DO:
    get package VERSIONS
        attempt to use pip freeze if available
    fix aliases problem
    do a WHICH on compilers?
    deal with sys.exit on bad Python version?
  X make docstrings consistent
  X make Exception handling consistent

[docs]def callit(f, funct): try: funct(f) except (SystemExit, Exception), err: f.write(str(err)+'\n')
[docs]def envdump(): if len(sys.argv) > 1: f = open(sys.argv[1], 'wb') else: f = sys.stdout try: system_info_dump(f) finally: if f is not sys.stdout: f.close()
try: import datetime import os import platform import subprocess import sys from cStringIO import StringIO from imp import find_module, load_module, PY_SOURCE, PKG_DIRECTORY except ImportError as err: print "Import Error: ", str(err)
[docs]def system_info_dump(f): """ This function runs the rest of the utility. It creates an object in which to write and passes it to each separate function. Finally, it writes the value of that object into a dumpfile. """ callit(f, get_dump_time) callit(f, get_python_info) callit(f, get_platform_info) callit(f, get_system_env) callit(f, get_aliases) callit(f, get_compiler_info) callit(f, get_pkg_info)
[docs]def get_dump_time(f): """ Writes the time and date of the system dump """ f.write('Date of environment dump: \n') f.write(str('\n')
[docs]def get_python_info(f): """ This function will capture specific python information, such as version number, compiler, and build. """ f.write('\n\n================PYTHON INFORMATION================\n') f.write('Python Version: ') vers = platform.python_version() f.write(vers) split_vers = vers.split('.') f_zero = float(split_vers[0]) f_one = float(split_vers[1]) if ((f_zero != 2) or (f_one < 6)): f.write('\nERROR: OpenMDAO WILL NOT WORK with a python version before 2.6 or after 3.0') f.write('\n') f.write('Python Compiler: ') f.write(platform.python_compiler()) f.write('\n') f.write('Python Build: ') f.write(str(platform.python_build())) f.write('\n') f.write('Python Path: \n') for subp in sys.path: f.write(" "+str(subp)+"\n") f.write('\n')
[docs]def get_platform_info(f): """ This function will capture specific platform information, such as OS name, architecture, and linux distro. """ f.write('\n\n================PLATFORM INFORMATION================\n') f.write('Platform: ') f.write(platform.system()) f.write('\n') f.write('Operating System: ') f.write(platform.platform()) f.write('\n') f.write('Architecture: ') f.write(str(platform.architecture())) f.write('\n') if platform.system()=="Linux": try: pld = platform.linux_distribution() if(pld): f.write('Linux Distribution: ') f.write(str(platform.linux_distribution())) f.write('\n') except Exception as exc: f.write('This Linux distribution does not support linux_distribution var:\n') f.write(str(exc)) f.write('\n\n')
[docs]def get_system_env(f): """ This function captures the values of a system's environment variables at the time of the run, and presents them in alphabetical order. """ f.write('================ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES================\n') #this bit sorts the environment dictionary by key name. vardump = os.environ env_vars = vardump.keys() env_vars.sort() #spit out env vars alphabetical order for env_var in env_vars: f.write(env_var) f.write(': ') if env_var.endswith("PATH"): paths = vardump[env_var] if platform.system() is "Windows": splitpaths = paths.split(';') else: splitpaths = paths.split(':') f.write("\n") for path in splitpaths: f.write(" "+path+"\n") else: f.write(vardump[env_var]) f.write('\n')
[docs]def get_aliases(f): """ Gets aliases on Unix/Mac """ if platform.system() is not "Windows": f.write('\n================ALIASES================\n') p = subprocess.Popen('alias', shell=True, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT) out = p.communicate()[0] f.write(out)
[docs]def get_compiler_info(f): """ This function will call out for specific information on each compiler. """ f.write('\n\n================COMPILER INFORMATION================\n') f.write('Compilers: \n') if platform.system() is not "Windows": try: find_compiler(f, 'gcc') find_compiler(f, 'g77') find_compiler(f, 'gfortran') except Exception as exc: f.write('\nERROR searching for compiler:\n') f.write(str(exc)+'\n') else: try: find_compiler(f, 'cl', '.exe') find_compiler(f, 'gcc', '.exe') find_compiler(f, 'gfortran', '.exe') find_compiler(f, 'g77', '.exe') except Exception as exc: f.write('\nERROR searching for compiler:\n') f.write(str(exc)+'\n')
[docs]def find_compiler(f, name, ext=''): """ This function will find compilers, print their paths, and reveal their versions. """ compiler_found = 0 path = os.environ.get('PATH') for dir in path.split(os.pathsep): binpath = os.path.join(dir, name) + ext if os.path.exists(binpath): codeOut=StringIO() f.write(' '+name+ext+' FOUND: ') f.write(os.path.abspath(binpath)) f.write('\n') compiler_found = 1 #execute code here to get version as long as it's not "cl.exe" if name!="cl.exe": executable = os.path.abspath(binpath) result = subprocess.Popen([executable, '--version'], stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE) (fin, fout) = (result.stdin, result.stdout) f.write(' '+name+' version info: \n') f.write( if not compiler_found: f.write(' '+name+ext+' NOT FOUND in PATH. \n\n')
def _is_py_file(path): """Return True if path ends in .py, .pyc, .pyo, or .pyd""" return os.path.splitext(path)[1] in ['.py','.pyc','.pyo','.pyd'] def _get_real_pkg_name(path): initpath = os.path.join(path, '') if os.path.isfile(initpath): f = open(initpath, 'r') contents = if 'declare_namespace(__name__)' in contents or 'pkgutil.extend_path' in contents: pdirs = [f for f in os.listdir(path) if os.path.isdir(os.path.join(path,f)) and os.path.isfile(os.path.join(path,f,''))] if len(pdirs) == 1: return _get_real_pkg_name(os.path.join(path, pdirs[0])) return path def _is_py_pkg(path): return os.path.isdir(path) and ( os.path.isfile(os.path.join(path,'')) or os.path.isfile(os.path.join(path,'__init__.pyc')) or os.path.isfile(os.path.join(path,'__init__.pyo'))) def _add_egg(entry, pkgs): if os.path.isfile(entry): pkgs.append(entry) else: toplevel = os.path.join(entry,'EGG-INFO','top_level.txt') if os.path.isfile(toplevel): f = open(toplevel, 'r') for line in f: tl = line.strip() pkgs.append(_get_real_pkg_name(os.path.join(entry,tl))) else: pkgs.append(entry) def _add_egg_link(entry, pkgs): #f = open(entry, 'r') #lines = [line.strip() for line in f] #assert(len(lines)==2) #path = os.path.join(lines[0],lines[1]) #abspath = os.path.abspath(path) #pkgs.append(abspath) pass def _add_dir(entry, pkgs): if _is_py_pkg(entry): pkgs.append(_get_real_pkg_name(entry)) else: files = os.listdir(entry) for f in files: path = os.path.join(entry,f) if _is_py_file(f): pass elif f.endswith('.egg-link'): _add_egg_link(path, pkgs) elif _is_py_pkg(path): pkgs.append(_get_real_pkg_name(path)) def _add_from_path_entry(entry, pkgs): """ For the given path entry, if it's a module, add it to the pkg list. If it's a directory, find the modules/packages in it. """ if os.path.isfile(entry) and _is_py_file(entry): pass elif entry.endswith('.egg'): _add_egg(entry, pkgs) elif entry.endswith('.egg-link'): _add_egg_link(entry, pkgs) elif os.path.isdir(entry): _add_dir(entry, pkgs)
[docs]def get_pkg_info(f): """ This function will list python packages found on sys.path """ f.write('\n\n================PYTHON PACKAGES================\n') # loop over each entry in sys.path and return the names of all # packages in the order that they're found paths = {} for entry in sys.path: pkgs = [] _add_from_path_entry(entry, pkgs) if pkgs: if entry.rstrip('/').rstrip('\\') == pkgs[0].rstrip('/').rstrip('\\'): f.write("\nfrom %s:\n" % os.path.dirname(entry)) f.write(" %s\n" % os.path.basename(entry)) else: f.write("\nfrom %s:\n" % entry) for p in pkgs: f.write(" %s\n" % p[len(entry)+1:].replace('/','.').replace('\\','.'))
if __name__ == "__main__": envdump()
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