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Parse a glob of requirements file(s) to fill in your requirements for you, or just as a generic parser.
import glob
import itertools
import os
# This is getting ridiculous
try:
from pip._internal.req import parse_requirements
from pip._internal.network.session import PipSession
except ImportError:
try:
from pip._internal.req import parse_requirements
from pip._internal.download import PipSession
except ImportError:
from pip.req import parse_requirements
from pip.download import PipSession
def setup_requirements(
patterns=[
'requirements.txt', 'requirements/*.txt', 'requirements/*.pip'
],
combine=True):
"""
Parse a glob of requirements and return a dictionary of setup() options.
Create a dictionary that holds your options to setup() and update it using this.
Pass that as kwargs into setup(), viola
Any files that are not a standard option name (ie install, tests, setup) are added to extras_require with their
basename minus ext. An extra key is added to extras_require: 'all', that contains all distinct reqs combined.
Keep in mind all literally contains `all` packages in your extras.
This means if you have conflicting packages across your extras, then you're going to have a bad time.
(don't use all in these cases.)
If you're running this for a Docker build, set `combine=True`.
This will set `install_requires` to all distinct reqs combined.
Example:
>>> import setuptools
>>> _conf = dict(
... name='mainline',
... version='0.0.1',
... description='Mainline',
... author='Trevor Joynson ',
... url='https://trevor.joynson.io',
... namespace_packages=['mainline'],
... packages=setuptools.find_packages(),
... zip_safe=False,
... include_package_data=True,
... )
>>> _conf.update(setup_requirements())
>>> # setuptools.setup(**_conf)
:param str pattern: Glob pattern to find requirements files
:param bool combine: Set True to set install_requires to extras_require['all']
:return dict: Dictionary of parsed setup() options
"""
session = PipSession()
# Handle setuptools insanity
key_map = {
'requirements': 'install_requires',
'install': 'install_requires',
'tests': 'tests_require',
'setup': 'setup_requires',
}
ret = {v: set() for v in key_map.values()}
extras = ret['extras_require'] = {}
all_reqs = set()
files = [glob.glob(pat) for pat in patterns]
files = itertools.chain(*files)
for full_fn in files:
# Parse
reqs = {
str(r.req)
for r in parse_requirements(full_fn, session=session)
# Must match env marker, eg:
# yarl ; python_version >= '3.0'
if r.match_markers()
}
all_reqs.update(reqs)
# Add in the right section
fn = os.path.basename(full_fn)
barefn, _ = os.path.splitext(fn)
key = key_map.get(barefn)
if key:
ret[key].update(reqs)
extras[key] = reqs
extras[barefn] = reqs
if 'all' not in extras:
extras['all'] = list(all_reqs)
if combine:
extras['install'] = ret['install_requires']
ret['install_requires'] = list(all_reqs)
def _listify(dikt):
ret = {}
for k, v in dikt.items():
if isinstance(v, set):
v = list(v)
elif isinstance(v, dict):
v = _listify(v)
ret[k] = v
return ret
ret = _listify(ret)
return ret
__all__ = ['setup_requirements']
if __name__ == '__main__':
reqs = setup_requirements()
print(reqs)
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