Source code for plainbox.impl.unit.job

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"""
:mod:`plainbox.impl.unit.job` -- job unit
=========================================
"""

import json
import logging
import re
import os

from plainbox.abc import IJobDefinition
from plainbox.i18n import gettext as _
from plainbox.i18n import gettext_noop as N_
from plainbox.impl.decorators import cached_property
from plainbox.impl.decorators import instance_method_lru_cache
from plainbox.impl.resource import ResourceProgram
from plainbox.impl.resource import parse_imports_stmt
from plainbox.impl.secure.origin import JobOutputTextSource
from plainbox.impl.secure.origin import Origin
from plainbox.impl.symbol import SymbolDef
from plainbox.impl.unit import concrete_validators
from plainbox.impl.unit.unit_with_id import UnitWithId
from plainbox.impl.unit.validators import CorrectFieldValueValidator
from plainbox.impl.unit.validators import DeprecatedFieldValidator
from plainbox.impl.unit.validators import MemberOfFieldValidator
from plainbox.impl.unit.validators import PresentFieldValidator
from plainbox.impl.unit.validators import ReferenceConstraint
from plainbox.impl.unit.validators import ShellProgramValidator
from plainbox.impl.unit.validators import UnitReferenceValidator
from plainbox.impl.unit.validators import UselessFieldValidator

from plainbox.impl.validation import Problem
from plainbox.impl.validation import Severity
from plainbox.impl.xparsers import Error
from plainbox.impl.xparsers import Text
from plainbox.impl.xparsers import Visitor
from plainbox.impl.xparsers import WordList

__all__ = ['JobDefinition', 'propertywithsymbols']


logger = logging.getLogger("plainbox.unit.job")


[docs]class propertywithsymbols(property): """ A property that also keeps a group of symbols around """ def __init__(self, fget=None, fset=None, fdel=None, doc=None, symbols=None): """ Initializes the property with the specified values """ super(propertywithsymbols, self).__init__(fget, fset, fdel, doc) self.__doc__ = doc self.symbols = symbols def __getattr__(self, attr): """ Internal implementation detail. Exposes all of the attributes of the SymbolDef group as attributes of the property. The way __getattr__() works it can never hide any existing attributes so it is safe not to break the property. """ return getattr(self.symbols, attr) def __call__(self, fget): """ Internal implementation detail. Used to construct the decorator with fget defined to the decorated function. """ return propertywithsymbols( fget, self.fset, self.fdel, self.__doc__ or fget.__doc__, symbols=self.symbols)
class _PluginValues(SymbolDef): """ Symbols for each value of the JobDefinition.plugin field """ attachment = 'attachment' local = 'local' resource = 'resource' manual = 'manual' user_verify = "user-verify" user_interact = "user-interact" user_interact_verify = "user-interact-verify" shell = 'shell' qml = 'qml' class _CertificationStatusValues(SymbolDef): """ Symbols for each value of the JobDefinition.certification_status field Particular values have the following meanings. unspecified: One of the new possible certification status values. This value means that a job was not analyzed in the context of certification status classification and it has no classification at this time. This is also the implicit certification status for all jobs. not-part-of-certification: One of the new possible certification status values. This value means that a given job may fail and this will not affect the certification process in any way. Typically jobs with this certification status are not executed during the certification process. In the past this was informally referred to as a *blacklist item*. non-blocker: One of the new possible certification status values. This value means that a given job may fail and while that should be regarded as a possible future problem it will not block the certification process. In the past this was informally referred to as a *graylist item*. Canonical reserves the right to promote jobs from the *non-blocker* to *blocker*. blocker: One of the new possible certification status values. This value means that a given job must pass for the certification process to succeed. In the past this was informally referred to as a *whitelist item*. The term *blocker* was chosen to disambiguate the meaning of the two concepts. """ unspecified = 'unspecified' not_part_of_certification = 'not-part-of-certification' non_blocker = 'non-blocker' blocker = 'blocker' class _AutoRetryValues(SymbolDef): """ Symbols for each value of the JobDefinition.auto_retry field unspecified: Default value for all jobs. no: This means that even if automatic retries are enabled in the launcher, this specific job will not be automatically retried. """ unspecified = 'unspecified' no = 'no'
[docs]class JobDefinition(UnitWithId, IJobDefinition): """ Job definition class. Thin wrapper around the RFC822 record that defines a checkbox job definition """ def __init__(self, data, origin=None, provider=None, controller=None, raw_data=None, parameters=None, field_offset_map=None): """ Initialize a new JobDefinition instance. :param data: Normalized data that makes up this job definition :param origin: An (optional) Origin object. If omitted a fake origin object is created. Normally the origin object should be obtained from the RFC822Record object. :param provider: An (optional) Provider1 object. If omitted it defaults to None but the actual job definition is not suitable for execution. All job definitions are expected to have a provider. :param controller: An (optional) session state controller. If omitted a checkbox session state controller is implicitly used. The controller defines how this job influences the session it executes in. :param raw_data: An (optional) raw version of data, without whitespace normalization. If omitted then raw_data is assumed to be data. :param parameters: An (optional) dictionary of parameters. Parameters allow for unit properties to be altered while maintaining a single definition. This is required to obtain translated summary and description fields, while having a single translated base text and any variation in the available parameters. :param field_offset_map: An optional dictionary with offsets (in line numbers) of each field. Line numbers are relative to the value of origin.line_start .. note:: You should almost always use :meth:`from_rfc822_record()` instead. """ if origin is None: origin = Origin.get_caller_origin() super().__init__(data, raw_data=raw_data, origin=origin, provider=provider, parameters=parameters, field_offset_map=field_offset_map) # NOTE: controllers cannot be customized for instantiated templates so # I wonder if we should start hard-coding it in. Nothing seems to be # using custom controller functionality anymore. if controller is None: # XXX: moved here because of cyclic imports from plainbox.impl.ctrl import checkbox_session_state_ctrl controller = checkbox_session_state_ctrl self._resource_program = None self._controller = controller @classmethod
[docs] def instantiate_template(cls, data, raw_data, origin, provider, parameters, field_offset_map): """ Instantiate this unit from a template. The point of this method is to have a fixed API, regardless of what the API of a particular unit class ``__init__`` method actually looks like. It is easier to standardize on a new method that to patch all of the initializers, code using them and tests to have an uniform initializer. """ # This assertion is a low-cost trick to ensure that we override this # method in all of the subclasses to ensure that the initializer is # called with correctly-ordered arguments. assert cls is JobDefinition, \ "{}.instantiate_template() not customized".format(cls.__name__) return cls(data, origin, provider, None, raw_data, parameters, field_offset_map)
def __str__(self): return self.summary def __repr__(self): return "<JobDefinition id:{!r} plugin:{!r}>".format( self.id, self.plugin) @property def unit(self): """ the value of the unit field (overridden) The return value is always 'job' """ return 'job' @cached_property def name(self): return self.get_record_value('name') @cached_property def partial_id(self): """ Identifier of this job, without the provider name This field should not be used anymore, except for display """ return self.get_record_value('id', self.get_record_value('name')) @propertywithsymbols(symbols=_PluginValues)
[docs] def plugin(self): plugin = self.get_record_value('plugin') if plugin is None and 'simple' in self.get_flag_set(): plugin = 'shell' return plugin
@cached_property def summary(self): return self.get_record_value('summary', self.partial_id) @cached_property def description(self): # since version 0.17 description field should be replaced with # purpose/steps/verification fields. To keep backwards compability # description will be generated by combining new ones if description # field is missing description = self.get_record_value('description') if description is None: # try combining purpose/steps/verification fields description = "" for stage in ['purpose', 'steps', 'verification']: stage_value = self.get_record_value(stage) if stage_value is not None: description += stage.upper() + ':\n' + stage_value + '\n' description = description.strip() if not description: # combining new description yielded empty string description = None return description @cached_property def purpose(self): return self.get_record_value('purpose') @cached_property def steps(self): return self.get_record_value('steps') @cached_property def verification(self): return self.get_record_value('verification') @cached_property def requires(self): return self.get_record_value('requires') @cached_property def depends(self): return self.get_record_value('depends') @cached_property def after(self): return self.get_record_value('after') @cached_property def command(self): return self.get_record_value('command') @cached_property def environ(self): return self.get_record_value('environ') @cached_property def user(self): return self.get_record_value('user') @cached_property def flags(self): return self.get_record_value('flags') @cached_property def siblings(self): return self.get_record_value('siblings') @cached_property def shell(self): """ Shell that is used to interpret the command Defaults to 'bash' for checkbox compatibility. """ return self.get_record_value('shell', 'bash') @cached_property def imports(self): return self.get_record_value('imports') @cached_property def category_id(self): """ fully qualified identifier of the category unit this job belongs to .. note:: Jobs that don't have an explicit category association, also known as the natural category, automatically get assigned to the special, built-in com.canonical.plainbox::uncategorised category. Note that to get the definition of that special category unit applications need to include one of the special providers exposed as :func:`plainbox.impl.providers.special:get_categories()`. """ return self.qualify_id( self.get_record_value( 'category_id', 'com.canonical.plainbox::uncategorised')) @cached_property def qml_file(self): """ path to a QML file that implements tests UI for this job This property exposes a path to QML file that follows the Plainbox QML Test Specification. The file will be loaded either in the native test shell of the application using plainbox or with a helper, generic loader for all command-line applications. To use this property, the plugin type should be set to 'qml'. """ qml_file = self.get_record_value('qml_file') if qml_file is not None and self.provider is not None: return os.path.join(self.provider.data_dir, qml_file) @propertywithsymbols(symbols=_AutoRetryValues)
[docs] def auto_retry(self): """ Check if this job should be automatically retried if it fails. The default certification status of all jobs is ``AutoRetry.unspecified`` .. note:: Remember that the auto-retry value can be overridden by a test plan. You should, instead, consider the effective auto-retry value that can be obtained from :class:`JobState`. """ return self.get_record_value('auto-retry', 'unspecified')
@propertywithsymbols(symbols=_CertificationStatusValues)
[docs] def certification_status(self): """ Get the natural certification status of this job. The default certification status of all jobs is ``CertificationStatus.unspecified`` .. note:: Remember that the certification status can be overridden by a test plan. You should, instead, consider the effective certification status that can be obtained from :class:`JobState`. """ return self.get_record_value('certification-status', 'unspecified')
@cached_property def estimated_duration(self): """ estimated duration of this job in seconds. The value may be None, which indicates that the duration is basically unknown. Fractional numbers are allowed and indicate fractions of a second. """ value = self.get_record_value('estimated_duration') # NOTE: Some tests do that, I'd rather not change them now if isinstance(value, (int, float)): return value elif value is None: return None match = re.match('^(\d+h)?[ :]*(\d+m)?[ :]*(\d+s)?$', value) if match: g_hours = match.group(1) if g_hours: assert g_hours.endswith('h') hours = int(g_hours[:-1]) else: hours = 0 g_minutes = match.group(2) if g_minutes: assert g_minutes.endswith('m') minutes = int(g_minutes[:-1]) else: minutes = 0 g_seconds = match.group(3) if g_seconds: assert g_seconds.endswith('s') seconds = int(g_seconds[:-1]) else: seconds = 0 return seconds + minutes * 60 + hours * 3600 else: try: return float(value) except ValueError: pass @cached_property def controller(self): """ The controller object associated with this JobDefinition """ return self._controller @instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def tr_summary(self): """ Get the translated version of :meth:`summary` """ return self.get_translated_record_value('summary', self.partial_id)
@instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def tr_description(self): """ Get the translated version of :meth:`description` """ tr_description = self.get_translated_record_value('description') if tr_description is None: # try combining purpose/steps/verification fields tr_stages = { 'purpose': _('PURPOSE'), 'steps': _('STEPS'), 'verification': _('VERIFICATION') } tr_description = "" for stage in ['purpose', 'steps', 'verification']: stage_value = self.get_translated_record_value(stage) if stage_value is not None: tr_description += (tr_stages[stage] + ':\n' + stage_value + '\n') tr_description = tr_description.strip() if not tr_description: # combining new description yielded empty string tr_description = None return tr_description
@instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def tr_purpose(self): """ Get the translated version of :meth:`purpose` """ return self.get_translated_record_value('purpose')
@instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def tr_steps(self): """ Get the translated version of :meth:`steps` """ return self.get_translated_record_value('steps')
@instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def tr_verification(self): """ Get the translated version of :meth:`verification` """ return self.get_translated_record_value('verification')
@instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def tr_siblings(self): """ Get the translated version of :meth:`siblings` """ return self.get_translated_record_value('siblings')
@instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def get_environ_settings(self): """ Return a set of requested environment variables """ if self.environ is not None: return {variable for variable in re.split('[\s,]+', self.environ)} else: return set()
@instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def get_flag_set(self): """ Return a set of flags associated with this job """ if self.flags is not None: return {flag for flag in re.split('[\s,]+', self.flags)} else: return set()
[docs] def get_imported_jobs(self): """ Parse the 'imports' line and compute the imported symbols. Return generator for a sequence of pairs (job_id, identifier) that describe the imported job identifiers from arbitrary namespace. The syntax of each imports line is: IMPORT_STMT :: "from" <NAMESPACE> "import" <PARTIAL_ID> | "from" <NAMESPACE> "import" <PARTIAL_ID> AS <IDENTIFIER> """ imports = self.imports or "" return parse_imports_stmt(imports)
@cached_property def automated(self): """ Whether the job is fully automated and runs without any intervention from the user """ return self.plugin in ['shell', 'resource', 'attachment', 'local'] @cached_property def startup_user_interaction_required(self): """ The job needs to be started explicitly by the test operator. This is intended for things that may be timing-sensitive or may require the tester to understand the necessary manipulations that he or she may have to perform ahead of time. The test operator may select to skip certain tests, in that case the outcome is skip. """ return self.plugin in ['manual', 'user-interact', 'user-interact-verify']
[docs] def get_resource_program(self): """ Return a ResourceProgram based on the 'requires' expression. The program instance is cached in the JobDefinition and is not compiled or validated on subsequent calls. :returns: ResourceProgram if one is available or None :raises ResourceProgramError: If the program definition is incorrect """ if self.requires is not None and self._resource_program is None: if self._provider is not None: implicit_namespace = self._provider.namespace else: implicit_namespace = None if self.imports is not None: imports = list(self.get_imported_jobs()) else: imports = None self._resource_program = ResourceProgram( self.requires, implicit_namespace, imports) return self._resource_program
[docs] def get_direct_dependencies(self): """ Compute and return a set of direct dependencies To combat a simple mistake where the jobs are space-delimited any mixture of white-space (including newlines) and commas are allowed. """ deps = set() if self.depends is None: return deps class V(Visitor): def visit_Text_node(visitor, node: Text): deps.add(self.qualify_id(node.text)) def visit_Error_node(visitor, node: Error): logger.warning(_("unable to parse depends: %s"), node.msg) V().visit(WordList.parse(self.depends)) return deps
[docs] def get_after_dependencies(self): """ Compute and return a set of after dependencies. After dependencies express the desire that given job A runs after a given job B. This is spelled out as:: id: A after: B id: B To combat a simple mistake where the jobs are space-delimited any mixture of white-space (including newlines) and commas are allowed. """ deps = set() if self.after is None: return deps class V(Visitor): def visit_Text_node(visitor, node: Text): deps.add(self.qualify_id(node.text)) def visit_Error_node(visitor, node: Error): logger.warning(_("unable to parse depends: %s"), node.msg) V().visit(WordList.parse(self.after)) return deps
[docs] def get_resource_dependencies(self): """ Compute and return a set of resource dependencies """ program = self.get_resource_program() if program: return program.required_resources else: return set()
@instance_method_lru_cache(maxsize=None)
[docs] def get_category_id(self): """ Get the fully-qualified category id that this job belongs to """ maybe_partial_id = self.category_id if maybe_partial_id is not None: return self.qualify_id(maybe_partial_id)
@classmethod
[docs] def from_rfc822_record(cls, record, provider=None): """ Create a JobDefinition instance from rfc822 record. The resulting instance may not be valid but will always be created. Only valid jobs should be executed. The record must be a RFC822Record instance. """ # Strip the trailing newlines form all the raw values coming from the # RFC822 parser. We don't need them and they don't match gettext keys # (xgettext strips out those newlines) return cls(record.data, record.origin, provider=provider, raw_data={ key: value.rstrip('\n') for key, value in record.raw_data.items() }, field_offset_map=record.field_offset_map)
[docs] def create_child_job_from_record(self, record): """ Create a new JobDefinition from RFC822 record. This method should only be used to create additional jobs from local jobs (plugin local). This ensures that the child job shares the embedded provider reference. """ if not isinstance(record.origin.source, JobOutputTextSource): # TRANSLATORS: don't translate record.origin or JobOutputTextSource raise ValueError(_("record.origin must be a JobOutputTextSource")) if record.origin.source.job is not self: # TRANSLATORS: don't translate record.origin.source.job raise ValueError(_("record.origin.source.job must be this job")) return self.from_rfc822_record(record, self.provider)
[docs] class Meta: name = N_('job') class fields(SymbolDef): """ Symbols for each field that a JobDefinition can have """ name = 'name' summary = 'summary' plugin = 'plugin' command = 'command' description = 'description' user = 'user' environ = 'environ' estimated_duration = 'estimated_duration' depends = 'depends' after = 'after' requires = 'requires' shell = 'shell' imports = 'imports' flags = 'flags' category_id = 'category_id' purpose = 'purpose' steps = 'steps' verification = 'verification' qml_file = 'qml_file' certification_status = 'certification_status' siblings = 'siblings' auto_retry = 'auto_retry' field_validators = { fields.name: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateVariant, DeprecatedFieldValidator( _("use 'id' and 'summary' instead of 'name'")), ], # NOTE: 'id' validators are "inherited" so we don't have it here fields.summary: [ concrete_validators.translatable, concrete_validators.templateVariant, PresentFieldValidator(severity=Severity.advice), concrete_validators.oneLine, concrete_validators.shortValue, ], fields.plugin: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, concrete_validators.present, MemberOfFieldValidator(_PluginValues.get_all_symbols()), concrete_validators.localDeprecated, CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda plugin: plugin != 'user-verify', Problem.deprecated, Severity.advice, message=_("please migrate to user-interact-verify")), ], fields.command: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, # All jobs except for manual must have a command PresentFieldValidator( message=_("command is mandatory for non-manual jobs"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.plugin not in ('manual', 'qml')), # Manual jobs cannot have a command UselessFieldValidator( message=_("command on a manual or qml job makes no sense"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.plugin in ('manual', 'qml')), # We don't want to refer to CHECKBOX_SHARE anymore CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda command: "CHECKBOX_SHARE" not in command, Problem.deprecated, Severity.advice, message=_("please use PLAINBOX_PROVIDER_DATA" " instead of CHECKBOX_SHARE"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.command is not None), # We don't want to refer to CHECKBOX_DATA anymore CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda command: "CHECKBOX_DATA" not in command, Problem.deprecated, Severity.advice, message=_("please use PLAINBOX_SESSION_SHARE" " instead of CHECKBOX_DATA"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.command is not None), # We want to catch silly mistakes that shlex can detect ShellProgramValidator(), ], fields.description: [ concrete_validators.translatable, concrete_validators.templateVariant, # Description is mandatory for manual jobs PresentFieldValidator( message=_("manual jobs must have a description field, or a" " set of purpose, steps, and verification " "fields"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.plugin == 'manual' and unit.purpose is None and unit.steps is None and unit.verification is None ), # Description or a set of purpose, steps and verification # fields is recommended for all other jobs PresentFieldValidator( severity=Severity.advice, message=_("all jobs should have a description field, or a " "set of purpose, steps and verification fields"), onlyif=lambda unit: ( 'simple' not in unit.get_flag_set() and unit.plugin != 'manual' and ( unit.purpose is None and unit.steps is None and unit.verification is None))), ], fields.purpose: [ concrete_validators.translatable, PresentFieldValidator( severity=Severity.advice, message=("please use purpose, steps, and verification" " fields. See http://plainbox.readthedocs.org" "/en/latest/author/faq.html#faq-2"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.startup_user_interaction_required and unit.get_record_value('summary') is None), ], fields.steps: [ concrete_validators.translatable, PresentFieldValidator( severity=Severity.advice, message=("please use purpose, steps, and verification" " fields. See http://plainbox.readthedocs.org" "/en/latest/author/faq.html#faq-2"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.startup_user_interaction_required), ], fields.verification: [ concrete_validators.translatable, PresentFieldValidator( severity=Severity.advice, message=("please use purpose, steps, and verification" " fields. See http://plainbox.readthedocs.org" "/en/latest/author/faq.html#faq-2"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.plugin in ( 'manual', 'user-verify', 'user-interact-verify')), ], fields.user: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, # User should be either None or 'root' CorrectFieldValueValidator( message=_("user can only be 'root'"), correct_fn=lambda user: user in (None, 'root')), # User is useless without a command to run UselessFieldValidator( message=_("user without a command makes no sense"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.command is None) ], fields.environ: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, # Environ is useless without a command to run UselessFieldValidator( message=_("environ without a command makes no sense"), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.command is None), ], fields.estimated_duration: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, PresentFieldValidator( severity=Severity.advice, onlyif=lambda unit: 'simple' not in unit.get_flag_set() ), CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda duration: float(duration) > 0, message="value must be a positive number", onlyif=lambda unit: ( unit.get_record_value('estimated_duration'))), ], fields.depends: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: ( unit.get_direct_dependencies() is not None)), UnitReferenceValidator( lambda unit: unit.get_direct_dependencies(), constraints=[ ReferenceConstraint( lambda referrer, referee: referee.unit == 'job', message=_("the referenced unit is not a job"))]) # TODO: should not refer to deprecated jobs, # onlyif job itself is not deprecated ], fields.after: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: ( unit.get_after_dependencies() is not None)), UnitReferenceValidator( lambda unit: unit.get_after_dependencies(), constraints=[ ReferenceConstraint( lambda referrer, referee: referee.unit == 'job', message=_("the referenced unit is not a job"))]) ], fields.requires: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: unit.get_resource_program(), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.requires is not None), UnitReferenceValidator( lambda unit: unit.get_resource_dependencies(), constraints=[ ReferenceConstraint( lambda referrer, referee: referee.unit == 'job', message=_("the referenced unit is not a job")), ReferenceConstraint( lambda referrer, referee: ( referee.plugin == 'resource'), onlyif=lambda referrer, referee: ( referee.unit == 'job'), message=_( "the referenced job is not a resource job")), ]), # TODO: should not refer to deprecated jobs, # onlyif job itself is not deprecated ], fields.shell: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, # Shell should be only '/bin/sh', or None (which gives bash) MemberOfFieldValidator( ['/bin/sh', '/bin/bash', 'bash'], message=_("only /bin/sh and /bin/bash are allowed")), ], fields.imports: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: ( list(unit.get_imported_jobs()) is not None)), UnitReferenceValidator( lambda unit: [ job_id for job_id, identifier in unit.get_imported_jobs()], constraints=[ ReferenceConstraint( lambda referrer, referee: referee.unit == 'job', message=_("the referenced unit is not a job"))]), # TODO: should not refer to deprecated jobs, # onlyif job itself is not deprecated ], fields.category_id: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, UnitReferenceValidator( lambda unit: ( [unit.get_category_id()] if unit.category_id else ()), constraints=[ ReferenceConstraint( lambda referrer, referee: ( referee.unit == 'category'), message=_( "the referenced unit is not a category"))]), # TODO: should not refer to deprecated categories, # onlyif job itself is not deprecated ], fields.flags: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: ( 'simple' in unit.get_flag_set() or 'preserve-locale' in unit.get_flag_set()), Problem.expected_i18n, Severity.advice, message=_( 'please ensure that the command supports' ' non-C locale then set the preserve-locale flag' ), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.command), CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: ( not ('explicit-fail' in unit.get_flag_set() and unit.plugin in { 'shell', 'user-interact', 'attachment', 'local', 'resource'})), Problem.useless, Severity.advice, message=_('explicit-fail makes no sense for job which ' 'outcome is automatically determined.') ), # The has-leftovers flag is useless without a command CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: ( 'has-leftovers' not in unit.get_flag_set()), Problem.useless, Severity.advice, message=_( 'has-leftovers makes no sense without a command' ), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.command is None), # The preserve-cwd flag is useless without a command CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: ( 'preserve-cwd' not in unit.get_flag_set()), Problem.useless, Severity.advice, message=_( 'preserve-cwd makes no sense without a command' ), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.command is None), # The suppress-output flag is useless without a command CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: ( 'suppress-output' not in unit.get_flag_set()), Problem.useless, Severity.advice, message=_( 'suppress-output makes no sense without a command' ), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.command is None), ], fields.qml_file: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, PresentFieldValidator( onlyif=lambda unit: unit.plugin == 'qml'), CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value: value.endswith('.qml'), Problem.wrong, Severity.advice, message=_('use the .qml extension for all QML files'), onlyif=lambda unit: (unit.plugin == 'qml' and unit.qml_file)), CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: os.path.isfile(unit.qml_file), message=_('please point to an existing QML file'), onlyif=lambda unit: (unit.plugin == 'qml' and unit.qml_file)), ], fields.certification_status: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, MemberOfFieldValidator( _CertificationStatusValues.get_all_symbols()), ], fields.siblings: [ concrete_validators.translatable, CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: json.loads(value), Problem.syntax_error, Severity.error, onlyif=lambda unit: unit.siblings), CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: type(json.loads(value)) is list, Problem.syntax_error, Severity.error, onlyif=lambda unit: unit.siblings), CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: all( [type(s) is dict for s in json.loads(value)]), Problem.syntax_error, Severity.error, onlyif=lambda unit: unit.siblings), CorrectFieldValueValidator( lambda value, unit: all( [all([hasattr(JobDefinition, k.lstrip('_')) for k in s.keys()]) for s in json.loads(value)]), Problem.bad_reference, Severity.error, message=_('unknown override job field'), onlyif=lambda unit: unit.siblings), ], fields.auto_retry: [ concrete_validators.untranslatable, concrete_validators.templateInvariant, MemberOfFieldValidator( _AutoRetryValues.get_all_symbols()), ], }
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