Source code for reuse

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2017-2018  Free Software Foundation Europe e.V.
# Copyright (C) 2018  Carmen Bianca Bakker
# This file is part of reuse, available from its original location:
# <>.
# reuse is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
# terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
# Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
# version.
# reuse is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
# WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR
# A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
# reuse.  If not, see <>.
# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-3.0-or-later

"""reuse is a tool for compliance with the REUSE Initiative recommendations."""

# pylint: disable=ungrouped-imports,too-many-arguments

import contextlib
import datetime
import gettext
import glob
import hashlib
import logging
import os
import re
import sys
from gettext import gettext as _
from pathlib import Path
from typing import (
from uuid import uuid4

import pkg_resources
from debian.copyright import Copyright, NotMachineReadableError

from ._util import (
from .licenses import LICENSES

    from pygit2 import Repository, GitError
except ImportError:  # pragma: no cover

    # sys.prefix is usually /usr, but can also be the root of the virtualenv.
    sys.prefix + "/share/locale",
    # Relevant for `pip install --user` installations.
    str(Path.home()) + "/.local/share/locale",
    # This somehow works for egg installations.
        pkg_resources.Requirement.parse("fsfe-reuse"), "share/locale"

for dir in _LOCALE_DIRS:
    # 'eo' is only used here because I am certain that this translation exists.
    if (Path(dir) / "eo/LC_MESSAGES/").exists():
        gettext.bindtextdomain("reuse", dir)

__author__ = "Carmen Bianca Bakker"
__email__ = ""
__license__ = "GPLv3+"
__version__ = "0.3.4"

_logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)  # pylint: disable=invalid-name

# Amount of bytes that we assume will be big enough to contain the entire
# comment header (including SPDX tags), so that we don't need to read the
# entire file.

_END_PATTERN = r"(?:\*/)*(?:-->)*$"
_LICENSE_PATTERN = re.compile(
    r"SPDX-Licen[cs]e-Identifier: (.*?)" + _END_PATTERN, re.MULTILINE
    re.compile(r"((?<!Copyright\s)© .*?)" + _END_PATTERN, re.MULTILINE),
    re.compile(r"(Copyright .*?)" + _END_PATTERN, re.MULTILINE),
    r"Valid-Licen[cs]e-Identifier: (.*?)" + _END_PATTERN, re.MULTILINE



#: Simple structure for holding REUSE information.
ReuseInfo = NamedTuple(
    [("spdx_expressions", Set[str]), ("copyright_lines", Set[str])],

[docs]class ReuseException(Exception): """Base exception."""
[docs]class IdentifierNotFound(ReuseException): """Could not find SPDX identifier for license file."""
def _checksum(file_object: BinaryIO, hash_function) -> str: """Return checksum of *file_object*.""" result = hash_function() for chunk in iter(lambda: * result.block_size), b""): result.update(chunk) return result.hexdigest() def _copyright_from_debian(path: PathLike, copyright: Copyright) -> ReuseInfo: """Find the reuse information of *path* in the Debian copyright object. """ result = copyright.find_files_paragraph(str(path)) if result is None: return ReuseInfo(set(), set()) return ReuseInfo( set([result.license.synopsis]), set(map(str.strip, result.copyright.splitlines())), ) def _identifiers_from_expression(expression: str) -> List[str]: """Given an SPDX expression, return a list of the identifiers within. >>> _identifiers_from_expression('MIT AND (GPL-3.0+ OR CC0-1.0)') ['MIT', 'GPL-3.0+', 'CC0-1.0'] """ # All substrings that need to be removed for just the identifiers to # remain. to_replace = ["(", ")"] for substring in to_replace: expression = expression.replace(substring, "") boolean_words = ["OR", "AND"] for word in boolean_words: expression = re.sub( r"\s{}\s".format(word), " ", expression, flags=re.IGNORECASE ) return expression.split() def _strip_gpl_extension(identifier: str) -> List[str]: """Strip '+', '-only' and '-or-later' from *identifier*.""" to_remove = ["+", "-only", "-or-later"] for string in to_remove: if identifier.endswith(string): identifier = identifier.replace(string, "") return identifier def _determine_license_path(path: PathLike) -> Path: """Given a path FILE, return FILE.license if it exists, otherwise return FILE. """ path = Path(path) license_path = Path("{}.license".format(path)) if not license_path.exists(): license_path = path return license_path
[docs]def extract_reuse_info(text: str) -> ReuseInfo: """Extract reuse information from comments in a string.""" license_matches = set(map(str.strip, _LICENSE_PATTERN.findall(text))) copyright_matches = set() for pattern in _COPYRIGHT_PATTERNS: copyright_matches = copyright_matches.union( set(map(str.strip, pattern.findall(text))) ) return ReuseInfo(license_matches, copyright_matches)
[docs]def extract_valid_license(text: str) -> Set[str]: """Extract SPDX identifier from a string.""" return set(map(str.strip, _VALID_LICENSE_PATTERN.findall(text)))
[docs]class Project: # pylint: disable=unused-variable """Simple object that holds the project's root, which is necessary for many interactions. """ def __init__(self, root: PathLike): self._root = Path(root) if not self._root.is_dir(): raise NotADirectoryError("{} is no valid path".format(self._root)) self._git_repo = None if GIT_METHOD == "pygit2": with contextlib.suppress(GitError): self._git_repo = Repository(str(self._root)) elif GIT_METHOD == "git": self._git_repo = in_git_repo(self._root) else: _logger.warning(_("could not find Git")) self._license_files = None # Use '0' as None, because None is a valid value... self._copyright_val = 0
[docs] def all_files(self, directory: PathLike = None) -> Iterator[Path]: """Yield all files in *directory* and its subdirectories. The files that are not yielded are: - Files ignored by VCS (e.g., see .gitignore) - Files/directories matching IGNORE_*_PATTERNS. If *directory* is a file, yield it if it is not ignored. """ if directory is None: directory = self.root directory = Path(directory) if directory.is_file() and not self._is_path_ignored(directory): # Translators: %s is a directory path. This is inside a loop that # yields all files that will be checked for REUSE information # (i.e., some files are ignored, and thus not yielded). _logger.debug(_("yielding %s"), directory) yield directory for root, dirs, files in os.walk(str(directory)): root = Path(root) # Translators: %s is a directory path. _logger.debug(_("currently walking in %s"), root) # Don't walk ignored directories for dir_ in list(dirs): if self._is_path_ignored(root / dir_): # Translators: %s is a path. _logger.debug(_("ignoring %s"), root / dir_) dirs.remove(dir_) # Filter files. for file_ in files: if self._is_path_ignored(root / file_): _logger.debug(_("ignoring %s"), root / file_) continue _logger.debug(_("yielding %s"), file_) yield root / file_
[docs] def reuse_info_of( self, path: PathLike, ignore_debian: bool = False ) -> ReuseInfo: """Get the reuse information of *path*. This function will return any reuse information that it can find, both from within the file and from the debian/copyright file. If none is found, an empty ReuseInfo object is returned. """ path = _determine_license_path(path) # Translators: %s is a path. _logger.debug(_("searching %s for reuse information"), path) spdx_expressions = set() copyright_lines = set() with"rb") as fp: try: file_result = extract_reuse_info( decoded_text_from_binary(fp, size=_HEADER_BYTES) ) spdx_expressions = spdx_expressions.union( file_result.spdx_expressions ) copyright_lines = copyright_lines.union( file_result.copyright_lines ) except UnicodeError: # Translators: %s is a path."%s could not be decoded"), path) # Search the debian/copyright file for copyright information. if not ignore_debian and self._copyright: debian_result = _copyright_from_debian( self._relative_from_root(path), self._copyright ) if any(debian_result): # Translators: %s is a path."%s covered by debian/copyright"), path) spdx_expressions = spdx_expressions.union( debian_result.spdx_expressions ) copyright_lines = copyright_lines.union( debian_result.copyright_lines ) return ReuseInfo(spdx_expressions, copyright_lines)
[docs] def lint( self, path: PathLike = None, spdx_mandatory: bool = True, copyright_mandatory: bool = True, ignore_debian: bool = False, ignore_missing: bool = False, ) -> Iterator[Path]: """Yield all files under *path* that are not compliant with the REUSE recommendations. If *path* is not specified, it becomes root. The modifiers are explained in :meth:`~Project.lint_file`. """ if path is None: path = self.root for file_ in self.all_files(path): try: if self.lint_file( file_, spdx_mandatory=spdx_mandatory, copyright_mandatory=copyright_mandatory, ignore_debian=ignore_debian, ignore_missing=ignore_missing, ): yield file_ except OSError: # Translators: %s is a path. _logger.error(_("Could not read %s"), file_) yield file_
[docs] def lint_file( self, path: PathLike, spdx_mandatory: bool = True, copyright_mandatory: bool = True, ignore_debian: bool = False, ignore_missing: bool = False, ) -> int: """ :param path: A path to a file. If it is not a file, raise an OSError. :param spdx_mandatory: The file must have an SPDX expression in its reuse information. :param copyright_mandatory: The file must have a copyright line in its reuse information. :param ignore_debian: copyright/debian will not be checked for reuse information. :param ignore_missing: Declared licences in SPDX expression that could not be found in :attr:`~Project.licenses` will not affect the linter. Check whether *path* complies with the REUSE recommendations. If it does, return 0. If it does not, return a non-zero integer. In a future version, the non-zero integer may be a bit mask. If both *spdx_mandatory* and *copyright_mandatory* are false, this function more or less becomes useless. Common sense is advised. """ path = Path(path) if not path.is_file(): raise OSError("{} is not a file".format(path)) reuse_info = self.reuse_info_of(path, ignore_debian=ignore_debian) if spdx_mandatory and not any(reuse_info.spdx_expressions): return 1 if copyright_mandatory and not any(reuse_info.copyright_lines): return 1 if not ignore_missing: for expression in reuse_info.spdx_expressions: wrong_identifier = self._contains_invalid_identifier( expression ) if wrong_identifier: _logger.warning( _( "{path} is licensed under {identifier}, but its " "license file could not be found" ).format(path=path, identifier=wrong_identifier) ) return 1 return 0
[docs] def bill_of_materials( self, out=sys.stdout, ignore_debian: bool = False ) -> None: """Generate a bill of materials from the project. The bill of materials is written to *out*. See """ # Write mandatory tags out.write("SPDXVersion: SPDX-2.1\n") out.write("DataLicense: CC0-1.0\n") out.write("SPDXID: SPDXRef-DOCUMENT\n") out.write("DocumentName: {}\n".format(self.root.resolve().name)) # TODO: Generate UUID from git revision maybe # TODO: Fix the URL out.write( "DocumentNamespace: " "{}\n".format(uuid4()) ) # Author # TODO: Fix Person and Organization out.write("Creator: Person: Anonymous ()\n") out.write("Creator: Organization: Anonymous ()\n") out.write("Creator: Tool: reuse-{}\n".format(__version__)) now = datetime.datetime.utcnow() now = now.replace(microsecond=0) out.write("Created: {}Z\n".format(now.isoformat())) out.write( "CreatorComment: <text>This document was created automatically " "using available reuse information consistent with the " "REUSE Initiative.</text>\n" ) all_files = sorted(self.all_files()) # List all DESCRIBES relationships. This involves some code # duplication in determining the relative path to the file and its # hash. for file_ in all_files: relative = self._relative_from_root(file_) ref = hashlib.sha1(str(relative).encode("utf-8")).hexdigest() out.write( "Relationship: SPDXRef-DOCUMENT describes " "SPDXRef-{}\n".format(ref) ) # File information for file_ in all_files: out.write("\n") self._file_information(file_, out, ignore_debian=ignore_debian) # Licenses for license, path in self.licenses.items(): if license.startswith("LicenseRef-"): out.write("\n") out.write("LicenseID: {}\n".format(license)) out.write("LicenseName: NOASSERTION\n") with (self.root / path).open() as fp: out.write( "ExtractedText: <text>{}</text>\n".format( )
@property def licenses(self) -> Dict[str, Path]: """Return a dictionary of all licenses in the project, with their SPDX identifiers as names and paths as values. If no name could be found for a license file, name it "LicenseRef-Unknown0" and count upwards for every other unknown file. """ if self._license_files is not None: return self._license_files unknown_counter = 0 license_files = dict() patterns = [ "LICENSE*", "LICENCE*", "COPYING*", "COPYRIGHT*", "LICENCES/**", "LICENSES/**", ] for pattern in patterns: pattern = str(self.root.resolve() / pattern) for path in glob.iglob(pattern, recursive=True): # For some reason, LICENSES/** is resolved even though it # doesn't exist. I have no idea why. Deal with that here. if not Path(path).exists() or Path(path).is_dir(): continue if Path(path).suffix == ".license": continue if Path(path).suffix == ".spdx": continue path = _determine_license_path(path) path = self._relative_from_root(path) # Translators: %s is a path. _logger.debug(_("searching %s for license tags"), path) try: identifiers = self._identifiers_of_license(path) except IdentifierNotFound: identifier = "LicenseRef-Unknown{}".format(unknown_counter) identifiers = [identifier] unknown_counter += 1 _logger.warning( _( "Could not resolve SPDX identifier of {path}, " "resolving to {identifier}" ).format(path=path, identifier=identifier) ) for identifier in identifiers: if identifier in license_files: _logger.critical( _( "{identifier} is the SPDX identifier of both " "{path} and {other_path}" ).format( identifier=identifier, path=path, other_path=license_files[identifier], ) ) raise RuntimeError( "Multiple licenses resolve to {}".format( identifier ) ) license_files[identifier] = path self._license_files = license_files return self._license_files @property def root(self) -> Path: """Path to the root of the project.""" return self._root @property def _copyright(self) -> Optional[Copyright]: if self._copyright_val == 0: copyright_path = self.root / "debian" / "copyright" try: with as fp: self._copyright_val = Copyright(fp) except (IOError, OSError): _logger.debug( _("no debian/copyright file, or could not read it") ) except NotMachineReadableError: _logger.exception(_("debian/copyright has syntax errors")) # This check is a bit redundant, but otherwise I'd have to repeat # this line under each exception. if not self._copyright_val: self._copyright_val = None return self._copyright_val def _contains_invalid_identifier( self, expression: str ) -> Union[bool, str]: """Is the expression an invalid SPDX expression? i.e., does any identifier refer to a file that does not exist in Project.licenses? Return the faulty identifier. If all identifiers are valid, return False. """ identifiers = _identifiers_from_expression(expression) for identifier in identifiers: if ( identifier not in self.licenses and _strip_gpl_extension(identifier) not in self.licenses ): return identifier return False def _identifiers_of_license(self, path: PathLike) -> List[str]: """Figure out the SPDX identifier(s) of a license given its path. The order of precedence is: - A .license file containing the `Valid-License-Identifier` tag. - A `Valid-License-Identifier` tag within the license file itself. - The name of the file (minus extension) if: - The name is an SPDX license. - The name starts with 'LicenseRef-'. """ path = _determine_license_path(path) with (self.root / path).open("rb") as fp: result = extract_valid_license( decoded_text_from_binary(fp, size=_HEADER_BYTES) ) if any(result): return result for name in (path.stem, if name in LICENSES: return [name] if path.stem.startswith("LicenseRef-"): return [path.stem] raise IdentifierNotFound( "Could not find SPDX identifier for {}".format(path) ) def _ignored_by_git(self, path: PathLike) -> bool: """Is *path* covered by the ignore mechanism of git? Always return False if git is not installed. """ path = self._relative_from_root(path) if GIT_METHOD == "pygit2": return self._git_repo.path_is_ignored(str(path)) if GIT_METHOD == "git": command = [GIT_EXE, "check-ignore", str(path)] result = execute_command(command, _logger, cwd=str(self.root)) return not result.returncode return False def _ignored_by_vcs(self, path: PathLike) -> bool: """Is *path* covered by the ignore mechanism of the VCS (e.g., .gitignore)? """ if self._git_repo: return self._ignored_by_git(path) return False def _is_path_ignored(self, path: PathLike) -> bool: """Is *path* ignored by some mechanism?""" path = Path(path) if path.is_file(): for pattern in _IGNORE_FILE_PATTERNS: if pattern.match( return True elif path.is_dir(): for pattern in _IGNORE_DIR_PATTERNS: if pattern.match( return True if self._ignored_by_vcs(path): return True return False def _relative_from_root(self, path: PathLike) -> Path: """If the project root is /tmp/project, and *path* is /tmp/project/src/file, then return src/file. """ return Path(os.path.relpath(str(path), start=str(self.root))) def _file_information( self, path: PathLike, out=sys.stdout, ignore_debian: bool = False ) -> None: """Create SPDX File Information for *path*.""" relative = self._relative_from_root(path) encoded = str(relative).encode("utf-8") out.write("FileName: ./{}\n".format(relative)) out.write( "SPDXID: SPDXRef-{}\n".format(hashlib.sha1(encoded).hexdigest()) ) with"rb") as fp: out.write( "FileChecksum: SHA1: {}\n".format(_checksum(fp, hashlib.sha1)) ) # IMPORTANT: Make no assertion about concluded license. This tool # cannot, with full certainty, determine the license of a file. out.write("LicenseConcluded: NOASSERTION\n") reuse_info = self.reuse_info_of(path, ignore_debian=ignore_debian) for spdx in sorted(reuse_info.spdx_expressions): out.write("LicenseInfoInFile: {}\n".format(spdx)) if reuse_info.copyright_lines: for line in sorted(reuse_info.copyright_lines): out.write("FileCopyrightText: <text>{}</text>\n".format(line)) else: out.write("FileCopyrightText: NONE\n")