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import collections
import copy
import itertools
import operator
import warnings
import six
from heat.common import exception
from heat.engine import function
from heat.engine import properties
__all__ = ['ResourceDefinition']
class ResourceDefinitionCore(object):
"""
A definition of a resource, independent of any particular template format.
"""
DELETION_POLICIES = (
DELETE, RETAIN, SNAPSHOT,
) = (
'Delete', 'Retain', 'Snapshot',
)
def __init__(self, name, resource_type, properties=None, metadata=None,
depends=None, deletion_policy=None, update_policy=None,
description=None):
"""
Initialise with the parsed definition of a resource.
Any intrinsic functions present in any of the sections should have been
parsed into Function objects before constructing the definition.
:param name: The name of the resource (for use in error messages)
:param resource_type: The resource type
:param properties: A dictionary of supplied property values
:param metadata: The supplied metadata
:param depends: A list of resource names on which this resource depends
:param deletion_policy: The deletion policy for the resource
:param update_policy: A dictionary of supplied update policies
:param description: A string describing the resource
"""
depends = depends or []
self.name = name
self.resource_type = resource_type
self.description = description or ''
self._properties = properties
self._metadata = metadata
self._depends = depends
self._deletion_policy = deletion_policy
self._update_policy = update_policy
self._hash = hash(self.resource_type)
self._rendering = None
assert isinstance(self.description, six.string_types)
if properties is not None:
assert isinstance(properties, (collections.Mapping,
function.Function))
self._hash ^= _hash_data(properties)
if metadata is not None:
assert isinstance(metadata, (collections.Mapping,
function.Function))
self._hash ^= _hash_data(metadata)
assert isinstance(depends, (collections.Sequence,
function.Function))
assert not isinstance(depends, six.string_types)
self._hash ^= _hash_data(depends)
if deletion_policy is not None:
assert deletion_policy in self.DELETION_POLICIES
self._hash ^= hash(deletion_policy)
if update_policy is not None:
assert isinstance(update_policy, (collections.Mapping,
function.Function))
self._hash ^= _hash_data(update_policy)
def freeze(self, **overrides):
"""
Return a frozen resource definition, with all functions resolved.
This return a new resource definition with fixed data (containing no
intrinsic functions). Named arguments passed to this method override
the values passed as arguments to the constructor.
"""
def arg_item(attr_name):
name = attr_name.lstrip('_')
if name in overrides:
value = overrides[name]
if not value and getattr(self, attr_name) is None:
value = None
else:
value = function.resolve(getattr(self, attr_name))
return name, value
args = ('name', 'resource_type', '_properties', '_metadata',
'_depends', '_deletion_policy', '_update_policy',
'description')
defn = type(self)(**dict(arg_item(a) for a in args))
defn._frozen = True
return defn
def reparse(self, stack, template):
"""
Reinterpret the resource definition in the context of a new stack.
This returns a new resource definition, with all of the functions
parsed in the context of the specified stack and template.
"""
assert not getattr(self, '_frozen', False
), "Cannot re-parse a frozen definition"
def reparse_snippet(snippet):
return template.parse(stack, copy.deepcopy(snippet))
return type(self)(
self.name, self.resource_type,
properties=reparse_snippet(self._properties),
metadata=reparse_snippet(self._metadata),
depends=reparse_snippet(self._depends),
deletion_policy=reparse_snippet(self._deletion_policy),
update_policy=reparse_snippet(self._update_policy))
def dep_attrs(self, resource_name):
"""
Return an iterator over dependent attributes for specified
resource_name in resources' properties and metadata fields.
"""
return itertools.chain(function.dep_attrs(self._properties,
resource_name),
function.dep_attrs(self._metadata,
resource_name))
def dependencies(self, stack):
"""
Return the Resource objects in the given stack on which this depends.
"""
def path(section):
return '.'.join([self.name, section])
def get_resource(res_name):
if res_name not in stack:
raise exception.InvalidTemplateReference(resource=res_name,
key=self.name)
return stack[res_name]
def strict_func_deps(data, datapath):
return six.moves.filter(lambda r: getattr(r, 'strict_dependency',
True),
function.dependencies(data, datapath))
return itertools.chain((get_resource(dep) for dep in self._depends),
strict_func_deps(self._properties,
path(PROPERTIES)),
strict_func_deps(self._metadata,
path(METADATA)))
def properties(self, schema, context=None):
"""
Return a Properties object representing the resource properties.
The Properties object is constructed from the given schema, and may
require a context to validate constraints.
"""
return properties.Properties(schema, self._properties or {},
function.resolve, self.name, context,
section=PROPERTIES)
def deletion_policy(self):
"""
Return the deletion policy for the resource.
The policy will be one of those listed in DELETION_POLICIES.
"""
return function.resolve(self._deletion_policy) or self.DELETE
def update_policy(self, schema, context=None):
"""
Return a Properties object representing the resource update policy.
The Properties object is constructed from the given schema, and may
require a context to validate constraints.
"""
return properties.Properties(schema, self._update_policy or {},
function.resolve, self.name, context,
section=UPDATE_POLICY)
def metadata(self):
"""
Return the resource metadata.
"""
return function.resolve(self._metadata) or {}
def render_hot(self):
"""
Return a HOT snippet for the resource definition.
"""
if self._rendering is None:
attrs = {
'type': 'resource_type',
'properties': '_properties',
'metadata': '_metadata',
'deletion_policy': '_deletion_policy',
'update_policy': '_update_policy',
'depends_on': '_depends',
}
def rawattrs():
"""Get an attribute with function objects stripped out."""
for key, attr in attrs.items():
value = getattr(self, attr)
if value is not None:
yield key, copy.deepcopy(value)
self._rendering = dict(rawattrs())
return self._rendering
def __eq__(self, other):
"""
Compare this resource definition for equality with another.
Two resource definitions are considered to be equal if they can be
generated from the same template snippet. The name of the resource is
ignored, as are the actual values that any included functions resolve
to.
"""
if not isinstance(other, ResourceDefinitionCore):
return NotImplemented
return self.render_hot() == other.render_hot()
def __ne__(self, other):
"""
Compare this resource definition for inequality with another.
See __eq__() for the definition of equality.
"""
equal = self.__eq__(other)
if equal is NotImplemented:
return NotImplemented
return not equal
def __hash__(self):
"""
Return a hash value for this resource definition.
Resource definitions that compare equal will have the same hash. (In
particular, the resource name is *not* taken into account.) See
the __eq__() method for the definition of equality.
"""
return self._hash
def __repr__(self):
"""
Return a string representation of the resource definition.
"""
def arg_repr(arg_name):
return '='.join([arg_name, repr(getattr(self, '_%s' % arg_name))])
args = ('properties', 'metadata', 'depends',
'deletion_policy', 'update_policy')
data = {
'classname': type(self).__name__,
'name': repr(self.name),
'type': repr(self.resource_type),
'args': ', '.join(arg_repr(n) for n in args)
}
return '%(classname)s(%(name)s, %(type)s, %(args)s)' % data
_KEYS = (
TYPE, PROPERTIES, METADATA, DELETION_POLICY, UPDATE_POLICY,
DEPENDS_ON, DESCRIPTION,
) = (
'Type', 'Properties', 'Metadata', 'DeletionPolicy', 'UpdatePolicy',
'DependsOn', 'Description',
)
class ResourceDefinition(ResourceDefinitionCore, collections.Mapping):
"""
A resource definition that also acts like a cfn template snippet.
This class exists only for backwards compatibility with existing resource
plugins and unit tests; it is deprecated and then could be replaced with
ResourceDefinitionCore as soon as M release.
"""
_deprecation_msg = (
'Reading the ResourceDefinition as if it were a snippet of a '
'CloudFormation template is deprecated, and the ability to treat it '
'as such will be removed in the future. Resource plugins should use '
'the ResourceDefinition API to work with the definition of the '
'resource instance.')
def __eq__(self, other):
"""
Compare this resource definition for equality with another.
Two resource definitions are considered to be equal if they can be
generated from the same template snippet. The name of the resource is
ignored, as are the actual values that any included functions resolve
to.
This method can also compare the resource definition to a template
snippet. In this case, two snippets are considered equal if they
compare equal in a dictionary comparison. (Specifically, this means
that intrinsic functions are compared by their results.) This exists
solely to not break existing unit tests.
"""
if not isinstance(other, ResourceDefinitionCore):
if isinstance(other, collections.Mapping):
return dict(self) == other
return super(ResourceDefinition, self).__eq__(other)
def __iter__(self):
"""
Iterate over the available CFN template keys.
This is for backwards compatibility with existing code that expects a
parsed-JSON template snippet.
"""
warnings.warn(self._deprecation_msg, DeprecationWarning)
yield TYPE
if self._properties is not None:
yield PROPERTIES
if self._metadata is not None:
yield METADATA
if self._deletion_policy is not None:
yield DELETION_POLICY
if self._update_policy is not None:
yield UPDATE_POLICY
if self._depends:
yield DEPENDS_ON
if self.description:
yield DESCRIPTION
def __getitem__(self, key):
"""
Get the specified item from a CFN template snippet.
This is for backwards compatibility with existing code that expects a
parsed-JSON template snippet.
"""
warnings.warn(self._deprecation_msg, DeprecationWarning)
if key == TYPE:
return self.resource_type
elif key == PROPERTIES:
if self._properties is not None:
return self._properties
elif key == METADATA:
if self._metadata is not None:
return self._metadata
elif key == DELETION_POLICY:
if self._deletion_policy is not None:
return self._deletion_policy
elif key == UPDATE_POLICY:
if self._update_policy is not None:
return self._update_policy
elif key == DEPENDS_ON:
if self._depends:
if len(self._depends) == 1:
return self._depends[0]
return self._depends
elif key == DESCRIPTION:
if self.description:
return self.description
raise KeyError(key)
def __hash__(self):
"""
Return a hash of the ResourceDefinition object.
"""
warnings.warn(self._deprecation_msg, DeprecationWarning)
return super(ResourceDefinition, self).__hash__()
def __len__(self):
"""
Return the number of available CFN template keys.
This is for backwards compatibility with existing code that expects a
parsed-JSON template snippet.
"""
warnings.warn(self._deprecation_msg, DeprecationWarning)
return len(list(iter(self)))
def __repr__(self):
"""
Return a string representation of the resource definition.
"""
return 'ResourceDefinition %s' % repr(dict(self))
def _hash_data(data):
"""
Return a stable hash value for an arbitrary parsed-JSON data snippet.
"""
if isinstance(data, function.Function):
data = copy.deepcopy(data)
if not isinstance(data, six.string_types):
if isinstance(data, collections.Sequence):
return hash(tuple(_hash_data(d) for d in data))
if isinstance(data, collections.Mapping):
item_hashes = (hash(k) ^ _hash_data(v) for k, v in data.items())
return six.moves.reduce(operator.xor, item_hashes, 0)
return hash(data)