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#!/usr/bin/python
# Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Fetch prebuilt binaries to run PyAuto.
Sets up Chrome and PyAuto binaries using prebuilt binaries from the
continuous build archives. Works on mac, win, linux (32 & 64 bit).
Examples:
On Mac:
$ python fetch_prebuilt_pyauto.py -d xcodebuild/Release
http://build.chromium.org/f/chromium/continuous/mac/LATEST
On Win:
$ python fetch_prebuilt_pyauto.py -d chrome\Release
http://build.chromium.org/f/chromium/continuous/win/LATEST
"""
import glob
import httplib
import optparse
import os
import shutil
import sys
import urllib
import urlparse
import pyauto_utils
class FetchPrebuilt(object):
"""Util class to fetch prebuilt binaries to run PyAuto."""
def _ParseArgs(self):
parser = optparse.OptionParser()
parser.add_option(
'-d', '--outdir', type='string', default=None,
help='Directory in which to setup. This is typically the directory '
'where the binaries would go when compiled from source.')
parser.add_option(
'-p', '--platform', type='string',
default=pyauto_utils.GetCurrentPlatform(),
help='Platform. Valid options: win, mac, linux32, linux64. '
'Default: current platform (%s)' %
pyauto_utils.GetCurrentPlatform())
self._options, self._args = parser.parse_args()
if not self._options.outdir:
print >>sys.stderr, 'Need output directory: -d/--outdir'
sys.exit(1)
if not self._args:
print >>sys.stderr, 'Need download url'
sys.exit(2)
self._outdir = self._options.outdir
self._url = self._args[0]
# Determine name of zip.
if not self._options.platform.startswith('linux'):
self._chrome_zip_name = 'chrome-%s' % { 'mac': 'mac',
'win': 'win32'
}[self._options.platform]
else:
linux_32_names = ['linux', 'lucid32bit']
linux_64_names = ['linux64', 'lucid64bit']
linux_names = { 'linux': linux_32_names + linux_64_names,
'linux32': linux_32_names,
'linux64': linux_64_names
}[self._options.platform]
for name in linux_names:
zip_name = 'chrome-' + name
if self._DoesURLExist('%s/%s.zip' % (self._url, zip_name)):
self._chrome_zip_name = zip_name
break
else:
raise RuntimeError('Could not find chrome zip at ' + self._url)
# Setup urls to download.
self._chrome_zip_url = '%s/%s.zip' % (self._url, self._chrome_zip_name)
self._it2me_zip_url = self._url + '/' + 'remoting-it2me.zip'
chrome_test_url = '%s/%s.test' % (self._url, self._chrome_zip_name)
self._pyautolib_py_url = '%s/pyautolib.py' % chrome_test_url
if self._options.platform == 'win':
self._pyautolib_so_name = '_pyautolib.pyd'
self._chromedriver_name = 'chromedriver.exe'
else:
self._pyautolib_so_name = '_pyautolib.so'
self._chromedriver_name = 'chromedriver'
self._pyautolib_so_url = chrome_test_url + '/' + self._pyautolib_so_name
self._chromedriver_url = chrome_test_url + '/' + self._chromedriver_name
def _DoesURLExist(self, url):
"""Determines whether a resource exists at the given URL."""
parsed = urlparse.urlparse(url)
conn = httplib.HTTPConnection(parsed.netloc)
conn.request('HEAD', parsed.path)
response = conn.getresponse()
if response.status == 302: # Redirect; follow it.
return self._DoesURLExist(response.getheader('location'))
return response.status == 200
def Cleanup(self):
"""Remove old binaries, if any."""
pass
def Run(self):
self._ParseArgs()
if not os.path.isdir(self._outdir):
os.makedirs(self._outdir)
get_it2me = self._DoesURLExist(self._it2me_zip_url)
# Fetch chrome & pyauto binaries
print 'Fetching'
print self._chrome_zip_url
if get_it2me:
print self._it2me_zip_url
else:
print 'Warning: %s does not exist.' % self._it2me_zip_url
print self._pyautolib_py_url
print self._pyautolib_so_url
print self._chromedriver_url
chrome_zip = urllib.urlretrieve(self._chrome_zip_url)[0]
if get_it2me:
it2me_zip = urllib.urlretrieve(self._it2me_zip_url)[0]
pyautolib_py = urllib.urlretrieve(self._pyautolib_py_url)[0]
pyautolib_so = urllib.urlretrieve(self._pyautolib_so_url)[0]
chromedriver = urllib.urlretrieve(self._chromedriver_url)[0]
chrome_unzip_dir = os.path.join(self._outdir, self._chrome_zip_name)
if os.path.exists(chrome_unzip_dir):
print 'Cleaning', chrome_unzip_dir
pyauto_utils.RemovePath(chrome_unzip_dir)
pyauto_utils.UnzipFilenameToDir(chrome_zip, self._outdir)
if get_it2me:
pyauto_utils.UnzipFilenameToDir(it2me_zip, self._outdir)
shutil.move(self._outdir + '/remoting-it2me',
self._outdir + '/remoting/it2me.webapp')
# Copy over the binaries to outdir
items_to_copy = {
pyautolib_py: os.path.join(self._outdir, 'pyautolib.py'),
pyautolib_so: os.path.join(self._outdir, self._pyautolib_so_name),
chromedriver: os.path.join(self._outdir, self._chromedriver_name)
}
unzip_dir_contents = glob.glob(os.path.join(chrome_unzip_dir, '*'))
for item in unzip_dir_contents:
name = os.path.basename(item)
items_to_copy[item] = os.path.join(self._outdir, name)
for src, dest in items_to_copy.iteritems():
pyauto_utils.RemovePath(dest)
print '%s ==> %s' % (os.path.basename(src), dest)
shutil.move(src, dest)
pyauto_utils.RemovePath(chrome_unzip_dir)
# Final setup (if any)
# Set executable bit on chromedriver binary.
if not self._options.platform == 'win':
os.chmod(items_to_copy[chromedriver], 0700)
# Create symlink to .framework on Mac
if self._options.platform == 'mac':
mac_app_name = os.path.basename([x for x in unzip_dir_contents
if x.endswith('.app')][0])
os.chdir(self._outdir)
framework = glob.glob(os.path.join(
mac_app_name, 'Contents', 'Versions', '*', '*.framework'))[0]
print framework
dest = os.path.basename(framework)
os.path.lexists(dest) and os.remove(dest)
print 'Creating symlink "%s"' % dest
os.symlink(framework, dest)
print 'Prepared binaries in "%s"' % self._outdir
if __name__ == '__main__':
FetchPrebuilt().Run()