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__doc__ = """
SCons compatibility package for old Python versions
This subpackage holds modules that provide backwards-compatible
implementations of various things that we'd like to use in SCons but which
only show up in later versions of Python than the early, old version(s)
we still support.
Other code will not generally reference things in this package through
the SCons.compat namespace. The modules included here add things to
the builtins namespace or the global module list so that the rest
of our code can use the objects and names imported here regardless of
Python version.
Simply enough, things that go in the builtins name space come from
our _scons_builtins module.
The rest of the things here will be in individual compatibility modules
that are either: 1) suitably modified copies of the future modules that
we want to use; or 2) backwards compatible re-implementations of the
specific portions of a future module's API that we want to use.
GENERAL WARNINGS: Implementations of functions in the SCons.compat
modules are *NOT* guaranteed to be fully compliant with these functions in
later versions of Python. We are only concerned with adding functionality
that we actually use in SCons, so be wary if you lift this code for
other uses. (That said, making these more nearly the same as later,
official versions is still a desirable goal, we just don't need to be
obsessive about it.)
We name the compatibility modules with an initial '_scons_' (for example,
_scons_subprocess.py is our compatibility module for subprocess) so
that we can still try to import the real module name and fall back to
our compatibility module if we get an ImportError. The import_as()
function defined below loads the module as the "real" name (without the
'_scons'), after which all of the "import {module}" statements in the
rest of our code will find our pre-loaded compatibility module.
"""
__revision__ = "src/engine/SCons/compat/__init__.py 5134 2010/08/16 23:02:40 bdeegan"
import os
import sys
import imp # Use the "imp" module to protect imports from fixers.
def import_as(module, name):
"""
Imports the specified module (from our local directory) as the
specified name, returning the loaded module object.
"""
dir = os.path.split(__file__)[0]
return imp.load_module(name, *imp.find_module(module, [dir]))
def rename_module(new, old):
"""
Attempts to import the old module and load it under the new name.
Used for purely cosmetic name changes in Python 3.x.
"""
try:
sys.modules[new] = imp.load_module(old, *imp.find_module(old))
return True
except ImportError:
return False
rename_module('builtins', '__builtin__')
import _scons_builtins
try:
import hashlib
except ImportError:
# Pre-2.5 Python has no hashlib module.
try:
import_as('_scons_hashlib', 'hashlib')
except ImportError:
# If we failed importing our compatibility module, it probably
# means this version of Python has no md5 module. Don't do
# anything and let the higher layer discover this fact, so it
# can fall back to using timestamp.
pass
try:
set
except NameError:
# Pre-2.4 Python has no native set type
import_as('_scons_sets', 'sets')
import builtins, sets
builtins.set = sets.Set
try:
import collections
except ImportError:
# Pre-2.4 Python has no collections module.
import_as('_scons_collections', 'collections')
else:
try:
collections.UserDict
except AttributeError:
exec('from UserDict import UserDict as _UserDict')
collections.UserDict = _UserDict
del _UserDict
try:
collections.UserList
except AttributeError:
exec('from UserList import UserList as _UserList')
collections.UserList = _UserList
del _UserList
try:
collections.UserString
except AttributeError:
exec('from UserString import UserString as _UserString')
collections.UserString = _UserString
del _UserString
try:
import io
except ImportError:
# Pre-2.6 Python has no io module.
import_as('_scons_io', 'io')
try:
os.devnull
except AttributeError:
# Pre-2.4 Python has no os.devnull attribute
_names = sys.builtin_module_names
if 'posix' in _names:
os.devnull = '/dev/null'
elif 'nt' in _names:
os.devnull = 'nul'
os.path.devnull = os.devnull
try:
os.path.lexists
except AttributeError:
# Pre-2.4 Python has no os.path.lexists function
def lexists(path):
return os.path.exists(path) or os.path.islink(path)
os.path.lexists = lexists
# When we're using the '-3' option during regression tests, importing
# cPickle gives a warning no matter how it's done, so always use the
# real profile module, whether it's fast or not.
if os.environ.get('SCONS_HORRIBLE_REGRESSION_TEST_HACK') is None:
# Not a regression test with '-3', so try to use faster version.
# In 3.x, 'pickle' automatically loads the fast version if available.
rename_module('pickle', 'cPickle')
# In 3.x, 'profile' automatically loads the fast version if available.
rename_module('profile', 'cProfile')
# Before Python 3.0, the 'queue' module was named 'Queue'.
rename_module('queue', 'Queue')
# Before Python 3.0, the 'winreg' module was named '_winreg'
rename_module('winreg', '_winreg')
try:
import subprocess
except ImportError:
# Pre-2.4 Python has no subprocess module.
import_as('_scons_subprocess', 'subprocess')
try:
sys.intern
except AttributeError:
# Pre-2.6 Python has no sys.intern() function.
import builtins
try:
sys.intern = builtins.intern
except AttributeError:
# Pre-2.x Python has no builtin intern() function.
def intern(x):
return x
sys.intern = intern
del intern
try:
sys.maxsize
except AttributeError:
# Pre-2.6 Python has no sys.maxsize attribute
# Wrapping sys in () is silly, but protects it from 2to3 renames fixer
sys.maxsize = (sys).maxint
if os.environ.get('SCONS_HORRIBLE_REGRESSION_TEST_HACK') is not None:
# We can't apply the 'callable' fixer until the floor is 2.6, but the
# '-3' option to Python 2.6 and 2.7 generates almost ten thousand
# warnings. This hack allows us to run regression tests with the '-3'
# option by replacing the callable() built-in function with a hack
# that performs the same function but doesn't generate the warning.
# Note that this hack is ONLY intended to be used for regression
# testing, and should NEVER be used for real runs.
from types import ClassType
def callable(obj):
if hasattr(obj, '__call__'): return True
if isinstance(obj, (ClassType, type)): return True
return False
import builtins
builtins.callable = callable
del callable
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