Source code for scipion.install.update_manager

#!/usr/bin/env python
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This module is responsible for updating scipion-em, scipion-pyworkflow and
scipion-app if a higher version of these is released
import argparse
from threading import Thread

from pip._internal.commands import create_command

from pyworkflow.utils import redStr, greenStr, os
from scipion.constants import MODE_UPDATE

DRY_COMMAND = '-dry'
SCIPION_NAME = 'Scipion'

[docs]def updateManagerParser(args): """ Create the parser for the "update" command """ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(prog=args[1:], formatter_class=argparse.RawTextHelpFormatter) subparsers = parser.add_subparsers() parser_f = subparsers.add_parser(MODE_UPDATE, description='description: update {}.'.format( SCIPION_NAME), formatter_class=argparse.RawTextHelpFormatter, usage="{} [-h/--help] [{}]".format( ' '.join(args[:2]), DRY_COMMAND) ) parser_f.add_argument(DRY_COMMAND, help='only check status {}.'.format(SCIPION_NAME), action="store_true") parsedArgs = parser.parse_args(args[1:]) outdatedPackages = UpdateManager.getPackagesStatus() if not outdatedPackages: print('{} is up to date.'.format(SCIPION_NAME)) elif not parsedArgs.dry: UpdateManager.updateScipion(outdatedPackages)
[docs]class UpdateManager: """ Class responsible for updating scipion-em, scipion-pyworkflow and scipion-app if a higher version of these is released """ import pyworkflow import pwem import scipion packageNames = [('scipion-pyworkflow', pyworkflow.__version__), ('scipion-em', pwem.__version__), ('scipion-app', scipion.__version__)]
[docs] @classmethod def getPackagesStatus(cls, printAll=True): """ Check for scipion-app, scipion-pyworkflow and scipion-em updates return: a list of modules to be updated """ outdatedPackages = [] for package in cls.packageNames: needToUpdate, version = cls.getPackageState(package[0], package[1]) if needToUpdate: outdatedPackages.append((package[0], version)) print( redStr('The package %s is out of date. Your version is %s, ' 'the latest is %s.' % (package[0], package[1], version))) elif printAll: print(greenStr('The package %s is up to date. Your version ' 'is %s' % (package[0], version))) return outdatedPackages
[docs] @classmethod def getPackageState(cls, packageName, version): """ Check if a package needs to be updated or not args: packageName: the package name version: version of the installed package return: (True, version) if the the package needs to be updated, otherwise (False, version) """ # Ignore autocheck of outdated package that happens at import time os.environ["OUTDATED_IGNORE"] = "1" from outdated import check_outdated from requests.exceptions import ConnectionError try: checkOutdated = check_outdated(packageName, version) except ConnectionError as connError: print("Cannot check update status of %s (%s)" % (packageName, version)) return False, version except ValueError: # We intentionally skip this error # When working in devel mode with an increased version not yet release this Value error # happens: --> example: Version 3.0.2 is greater than the latest version on PyPI: 3.0.1 return False, version except Exception as ex: print(redStr('%s :%s' % (packageName, ex))) return False, version return checkOutdated
[docs] @classmethod def updateScipion(cls, outdatedPackages): """ Update a module from which there is released a higher version """ kwargs = {'isolated': False} for packageName in outdatedPackages: cmd_args = [packageName[0], '--upgrade', '-vvv'] # highest level of verbosity command = create_command('install', **kwargs) status = command.main(cmd_args) if status == 0: print('%s was correctly updated.' % packageName[0]) else: print('Something went wrong during the update of %s.' % packageName[0])