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import logging
import os
import re
import sys
from datetime import datetime
from shutil import move
logger = logging.getLogger('default')
# When using py2exe or py2app, the variable frozen is added to the sys
# namespace. This can be used to setup a different code path for
# binary distributions vs source distributions.
frozen = getattr(sys, 'frozen', None)
def lookupExeFolder():
"""Returns executable folder path"""
if frozen:
exeFolder = (
# targetdir/
os.path.dirname(sys.executable).split(os.path.sep)[0] + os.path.sep
if frozen == "macosx_app" else
os.path.dirname(sys.executable) + os.path.sep)
elif __file__:
exeFolder = os.path.dirname(__file__) + os.path.sep
exeFolder = ''
return exeFolder
def lookupAppdataFolder():
"""Returns path of the folder where application data is stored"""
APPNAME = "PyBitmessage"
dataFolder = os.environ.get('BITMESSAGE_HOME')
if dataFolder:
if dataFolder[-1] not in (os.path.sep, os.path.altsep):
dataFolder += os.path.sep
elif sys.platform == 'darwin':
dataFolder = os.path.join(
'Library/Application Support/', APPNAME
) + '/'
except KeyError:
'Could not find home folder, please report this message'
' and your OS X version to the BitMessage Github.')
elif 'win32' in sys.platform or 'win64' in sys.platform:
dataFolder = os.path.join(
sys.getfilesystemencoding(), 'ignore'), APPNAME
) + os.path.sep
dataFolder = os.path.join(os.environ['XDG_CONFIG_HOME'], APPNAME)
except KeyError:
dataFolder = os.path.join(os.environ['HOME'], '.config', APPNAME)
# Migrate existing data to the proper location
# if this is an existing install
move(os.path.join(os.environ['HOME'], '.%s' % APPNAME), dataFolder)'Moving data folder to %s', dataFolder)
except IOError:
# Old directory may not exist.
dataFolder = dataFolder + os.path.sep
return dataFolder
def codePath():
"""Returns path to the program sources"""
if not frozen:
return os.path.dirname(__file__)
return (
# pylint: disable=protected-access
if frozen == "macosx_app" else sys._MEIPASS)
def tail(f, lines=20):
"""Returns last lines in the f file object"""
total_lines_wanted = lines
BLOCK_SIZE = 1024, 2)
block_end_byte = f.tell()
lines_to_go = total_lines_wanted
block_number = -1
# blocks of size BLOCK_SIZE, in reverse order starting
# from the end of the file
blocks = []
while lines_to_go > 0 and block_end_byte > 0:
if block_end_byte - BLOCK_SIZE > 0:
# read the last block we haven't yet read * BLOCK_SIZE, 2)
# file too small, start from begining, 0)
# only read what was not read
lines_found = blocks[-1].count('\n')
lines_to_go -= lines_found
block_end_byte -= BLOCK_SIZE
block_number -= 1
all_read_text = ''.join(reversed(blocks))
return '\n'.join(all_read_text.splitlines()[-total_lines_wanted:])
def lastCommit():
Returns last commit information as dict with 'commit' and 'time' keys
githeadfile = os.path.join(codePath(), '..', '.git', 'logs', 'HEAD')
result = {}
if os.path.isfile(githeadfile):
with open(githeadfile, 'rt') as githead:
line = tail(githead, 1)
result['commit'] = line.split()[1]
result['time'] = datetime.fromtimestamp(
float('>\s*(.*?)\s', line).group(1))
except (IOError, AttributeError, TypeError):
return result