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"""
Utility functions to check the availability of dependencies
and suggest how it may be installed
"""
import sys
# Only really old versions of Python don't have sys.hexversion. We don't
# support them. The logging module was introduced in Python 2.3
if not hasattr(sys, 'hexversion') or sys.hexversion < 0x20300F0:
sys.exit(
'Python version: %s\n'
'PyBitmessage requires Python 2.7.4 or greater (but not Python 3)'
% sys.version
)
import logging
import os
from importlib import import_module
# We can now use logging so set up a simple configuration
formatter = logging.Formatter('%(levelname)s: %(message)s')
handler = logging.StreamHandler(sys.stdout)
handler.setFormatter(formatter)
logger = logging.getLogger('both')
logger.addHandler(handler)
logger.setLevel(logging.ERROR)
OS_RELEASE = {
"Debian GNU/Linux".lower(): "Debian",
"fedora": "Fedora",
"opensuse": "openSUSE",
"ubuntu": "Ubuntu",
"gentoo": "Gentoo",
"calculate": "Gentoo"
}
PACKAGE_MANAGER = {
"OpenBSD": "pkg_add",
"FreeBSD": "pkg install",
"Debian": "apt-get install",
"Ubuntu": "apt-get install",
"Ubuntu 12": "apt-get install",
"openSUSE": "zypper install",
"Fedora": "dnf install",
"Guix": "guix package -i",
"Gentoo": "emerge"
}
PACKAGES = {
"PyQt4": {
"OpenBSD": "py-qt4",
"FreeBSD": "py27-qt4",
"Debian": "python-qt4",
"Ubuntu": "python-qt4",
"Ubuntu 12": "python-qt4",
"openSUSE": "python-qt",
"Fedora": "PyQt4",
"Guix": "python2-pyqt@4.11.4",
"Gentoo": "dev-python/PyQt4",
"optional": True,
"description":
"You only need PyQt if you want to use the GUI."
" When only running as a daemon, this can be skipped.\n"
"However, you would have to install it manually"
" because setuptools does not support PyQt."
},
"msgpack": {
"OpenBSD": "py-msgpack",
"FreeBSD": "py27-msgpack-python",
"Debian": "python-msgpack",
"Ubuntu": "python-msgpack",
"Ubuntu 12": "msgpack-python",
"openSUSE": "python-msgpack-python",
"Fedora": "python2-msgpack",
"Guix": "python2-msgpack",
"Gentoo": "dev-python/msgpack",
"optional": True,
"description":
"python-msgpack is recommended for improved performance of"
" message encoding/decoding"
},
"pyopencl": {
"FreeBSD": "py27-pyopencl",
"Debian": "python-pyopencl",
"Ubuntu": "python-pyopencl",
"Ubuntu 12": "python-pyopencl",
"Fedora": "python2-pyopencl",
"openSUSE": "",
"OpenBSD": "",
"Guix": "",
"Gentoo": "dev-python/pyopencl",
"optional": True,
"description":
"If you install pyopencl, you will be able to use"
" GPU acceleration for proof of work.\n"
"You also need a compatible GPU and drivers."
},
"setuptools": {
"OpenBSD": "py-setuptools",
"FreeBSD": "py27-setuptools",
"Debian": "python-setuptools",
"Ubuntu": "python-setuptools",
"Ubuntu 12": "python-setuptools",
"Fedora": "python2-setuptools",
"openSUSE": "python-setuptools",
"Guix": "python2-setuptools",
"Gentoo": "dev-python/setuptools",
"optional": False,
}
}
def detectOS():
"""Finding out what Operating System is running"""
if detectOS.result is not None:
return detectOS.result
if sys.platform.startswith('openbsd'):
detectOS.result = "OpenBSD"
elif sys.platform.startswith('freebsd'):
detectOS.result = "FreeBSD"
elif sys.platform.startswith('win'):
detectOS.result = "Windows"
elif os.path.isfile("/etc/os-release"):
detectOSRelease()
elif os.path.isfile("/etc/config.scm"):
detectOS.result = "Guix"
return detectOS.result
detectOS.result = None
def detectOSRelease():
"""Detecting the release of OS"""
with open("/etc/os-release", 'r') as osRelease:
version = None
for line in osRelease:
if line.startswith("NAME="):
detectOS.result = OS_RELEASE.get(
line.replace('"', '').split("=")[-1].strip().lower())
elif line.startswith("VERSION_ID="):
try:
version = float(line.split("=")[1].replace("\"", ""))
except ValueError:
pass
if detectOS.result == "Ubuntu" and version < 14:
detectOS.result = "Ubuntu 12"
def try_import(module, log_extra=False):
"""Try to import the non imported packages"""
try:
return import_module(module)
except ImportError:
module = module.split('.')[0]
logger.error('The %s module is not available.', module)
if log_extra:
logger.error(log_extra)
dist = detectOS()
logger.error(
'On %s, try running "%s %s" as root.',
dist, PACKAGE_MANAGER[dist], PACKAGES[module][dist])
return False
def check_ripemd160():
"""Check availability of the RIPEMD160 hash function"""
try:
from fallback import RIPEMD160Hash # pylint: disable=relative-import
except ImportError:
return False
return RIPEMD160Hash is not None
def check_sqlite():
"""Do sqlite check.
Simply check sqlite3 module if exist or not with hexversion
support in python version for specifieed platform.
"""
if sys.hexversion < 0x020500F0:
logger.error(
'The sqlite3 module is not included in this version of Python.')
if sys.platform.startswith('freebsd'):
logger.error(
'On FreeBSD, try running "pkg install py27-sqlite3" as root.')
return False
sqlite3 = try_import('sqlite3')
if not sqlite3:
return False
logger.info('sqlite3 Module Version: %s', sqlite3.version)
logger.info('SQLite Library Version: %s', sqlite3.sqlite_version)
# sqlite_version_number formula: https://sqlite.org/c3ref/c_source_id.html
sqlite_version_number = (
sqlite3.sqlite_version_info[0] * 1000000 +
sqlite3.sqlite_version_info[1] * 1000 +
sqlite3.sqlite_version_info[2]
)
conn = None
try:
try:
conn = sqlite3.connect(':memory:')
if sqlite_version_number >= 3006018:
sqlite_source_id = conn.execute(
'SELECT sqlite_source_id();'
).fetchone()[0]
logger.info('SQLite Library Source ID: %s', sqlite_source_id)
if sqlite_version_number >= 3006023:
compile_options = ', '.join(
[row[0] for row in conn.execute('PRAGMA compile_options;')])
logger.info(
'SQLite Library Compile Options: %s', compile_options)
# There is no specific version requirement as yet, so we just
# use the first version that was included with Python.
if sqlite_version_number < 3000008:
logger.error(
'This version of SQLite is too old.'
' PyBitmessage requires SQLite 3.0.8 or later')
return False
return True
except sqlite3.Error:
logger.exception('An exception occured while checking sqlite.')
return False
finally:
if conn:
conn.close()
def check_openssl():
"""Do openssl dependency check.
Here we are checking for openssl with its all dependent libraries
and version checking.
"""
# pylint: disable=too-many-branches, too-many-return-statements
# pylint: disable=protected-access, redefined-outer-name
ctypes = try_import('ctypes')
if not ctypes:
logger.error('Unable to check OpenSSL.')
return False
# We need to emulate the way PyElliptic searches for OpenSSL.
if sys.platform == 'win32':
paths = ['libeay32.dll']
if getattr(sys, 'frozen', False):
import os.path
paths.insert(0, os.path.join(sys._MEIPASS, 'libeay32.dll'))
else:
paths = ['libcrypto.so', 'libcrypto.so.1.0.0']
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
paths.extend([
'libcrypto.dylib',
'/usr/local/opt/openssl/lib/libcrypto.dylib',
'./../Frameworks/libcrypto.dylib'
])
import re
if re.match(r'linux|darwin|freebsd', sys.platform):
try:
import ctypes.util
path = ctypes.util.find_library('ssl')
if path not in paths:
paths.append(path)
except:
pass
openssl_version = None
openssl_hexversion = None
openssl_cflags = None
cflags_regex = re.compile(r'(?:OPENSSL_NO_)(AES|EC|ECDH|ECDSA)(?!\w)')
import pyelliptic.openssl
for path in paths:
logger.info('Checking OpenSSL at %s', path)
try:
library = ctypes.CDLL(path)
except OSError:
continue
logger.info('OpenSSL Name: %s', library._name)
try:
openssl_version, openssl_hexversion, openssl_cflags = \
pyelliptic.openssl.get_version(library)
except AttributeError: # sphinx chokes
return True
if not openssl_version:
logger.error('Cannot determine version of this OpenSSL library.')
return False
logger.info('OpenSSL Version: %s', openssl_version)
logger.info('OpenSSL Compile Options: %s', openssl_cflags)
# PyElliptic uses EVP_CIPHER_CTX_new and EVP_CIPHER_CTX_free which were
# introduced in 0.9.8b.
if openssl_hexversion < 0x90802F:
logger.error(
'This OpenSSL library is too old. PyBitmessage requires'
' OpenSSL 0.9.8b or later with AES, Elliptic Curves (EC),'
' ECDH, and ECDSA enabled.')
return False
matches = cflags_regex.findall(openssl_cflags)
if matches:
logger.error(
'This OpenSSL library is missing the following required'
' features: %s. PyBitmessage requires OpenSSL 0.9.8b'
' or later with AES, Elliptic Curves (EC), ECDH,'
' and ECDSA enabled.', ', '.join(matches))
return False
return True
return False
# ..todo:: The minimum versions of pythondialog and dialog need to be determined
def check_curses():
"""Do curses dependency check.
Here we are checking for curses if available or not with check as interface
requires the `pythondialog <https://pypi.org/project/pythondialog>`_ package
and the dialog utility.
"""
if sys.hexversion < 0x20600F0:
logger.error(
'The curses interface requires the pythondialog package and'
' the dialog utility.')
return False
curses = try_import('curses')
if not curses:
logger.error('The curses interface can not be used.')
return False
logger.info('curses Module Version: %s', curses.version)
dialog = try_import('dialog')
if not dialog:
logger.error('The curses interface can not be used.')
return False
import subprocess
try:
subprocess.check_call(['which', 'dialog'])
except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
logger.error(
'Curses requires the `dialog` command to be installed as well as'
' the python library.')
return False
logger.info('pythondialog Package Version: %s', dialog.__version__)
dialog_util_version = dialog.Dialog().cached_backend_version
# The pythondialog author does not like Python2 str, so we have to use
# unicode for just the version otherwise we get the repr form which
# includes the module and class names along with the actual version.
logger.info('dialog Utility Version %s', unicode(dialog_util_version))
return True
def check_pyqt():
"""Do pyqt dependency check.
Here we are checking for PyQt4 with its version, as for it require
PyQt 4.8 or later.
"""
QtCore = try_import(
'PyQt4.QtCore', 'PyBitmessage requires PyQt 4.8 or later and Qt 4.7 or later.')
if not QtCore:
return False
logger.info('PyQt Version: %s', QtCore.PYQT_VERSION_STR)
logger.info('Qt Version: %s', QtCore.QT_VERSION_STR)
passed = True
if QtCore.PYQT_VERSION < 0x40800:
logger.error(
'This version of PyQt is too old. PyBitmessage requries'
' PyQt 4.8 or later.')
passed = False
if QtCore.QT_VERSION < 0x40700:
logger.error(
'This version of Qt is too old. PyBitmessage requries'
' Qt 4.7 or later.')
passed = False
return passed
def check_msgpack():
"""Do sgpack module check.
simply checking if msgpack package with all its dependency
is available or not as recommended for messages coding.
"""
return try_import(
'msgpack', 'It is highly recommended for messages coding.') is not False
def check_dependencies(verbose=False, optional=False):
"""Do dependency check.
It identifies project dependencies and checks if there are
any known, publicly disclosed, vulnerabilities.basically
scan applications (and their dependent libraries) so that
easily identify any known vulnerable components.
"""
if verbose:
logger.setLevel(logging.INFO)
has_all_dependencies = True
# Python 2.7.4 is the required minimum.
# (https://bitmessage.org/forum/index.php?topic=4081.0)
# Python 3+ is not supported, but it is still useful to provide
# information about our other requirements.
logger.info('Python version: %s', sys.version)
if sys.hexversion < 0x20704F0:
logger.error(
'PyBitmessage requires Python 2.7.4 or greater'
' (but not Python 3+)')
has_all_dependencies = False
if sys.hexversion >= 0x3000000:
logger.error(
'PyBitmessage does not support Python 3+. Python 2.7.4'
' or greater is required.')
has_all_dependencies = False
check_functions = [check_ripemd160, check_sqlite, check_openssl]
if optional:
check_functions.extend([check_msgpack, check_pyqt, check_curses])
# Unexpected exceptions are handled here
for check in check_functions:
try:
has_all_dependencies &= check()
except:
logger.exception('%s failed unexpectedly.', check.__name__)
has_all_dependencies = False
if not has_all_dependencies:
sys.exit(
'PyBitmessage cannot start. One or more dependencies are'
' unavailable.'
)
logger.setLevel(0)