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Use puppet4 functions-api

Change-Id: I07a6ad9dba09c664e0b95901a442b165a29a8852
changes/31/614231/10
Tobias Urdin 3 years ago
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  1. 15
      lib/puppet/functions/is_service_default.rb
  2. 36
      lib/puppet/functions/normalize_ip_for_uri.rb
  3. 75
      lib/puppet/functions/os_database_connection.rb
  4. 189
      lib/puppet/functions/os_transport_url.rb
  5. 37
      lib/puppet/parser/functions/normalize_ip_for_uri.rb
  6. 81
      lib/puppet/parser/functions/os_database_connection.rb
  7. 157
      lib/puppet/parser/functions/os_transport_url.rb

15
lib/puppet/parser/functions/is_service_default.rb → lib/puppet/functions/is_service_default.rb

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#
# is_service_default.rb
#
# This function can be used to check if a variable is set to the default value
# of '<SERVICE DEFAULT>'
#
# For reference:
# http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-dev/2015-July/069823.html
# https://github.com/openstack/puppet-openstacklib/commit/3b85306d042292713d0fd89fa508e0a0fbf99671
#
module Puppet::Parser::Functions
newfunction(:is_service_default, :type => :rvalue, :doc => <<-EOS
Returns true if the variable passed to this function is '<SERVICE DEFAULT>'
EOS
) do |arguments|
Puppet::Functions.create_function(:is_service_default) do
def is_service_default(*args)
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "is_service_default(): Wrong number of arguments" +
"given (#{arguments.size} for 1)") if arguments.size != 1
"given (#{args.size} for 1)") if args.size != 1
value = arguments[0]
value = args[0]
unless value.is_a?(String)
return false

36
lib/puppet/functions/normalize_ip_for_uri.rb

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# Add brackets if the argument is an IPv6 address.
# Returns the argument untouched otherwise.
#
# CAUTION: this code "fails" when the user is passing
# an IPv6 address with the port in it without the
# brackets: 2001::1:8080, to specify address 2001::1
# and port 8080. This code will change it to
# [2001::1:8080] as it's a valid ip address. This
# shouldn't be an issue in most cases.
#
# If an array is given, each member will be normalized to
# a valid IPv6 address with brackets when needed.
Puppet::Functions.create_function(:normalize_ip_for_uri) do
def normalize_ip_for_uri(*args)
require 'ipaddr'
result = []
args = args[0] if args[0].kind_of?(Array)
args = [args] unless args.kind_of?(Array)
args.each do |ip|
begin
if IPAddr.new(ip).ipv6?
unless ip.match(/\[.+\]/)
Puppet.debug("IP #{ip} is changed to [#{ip}]")
ip = "[#{ip}]"
end
end
rescue ArgumentError
# ignore it
end
result << ip
end
return result[0] if args.size == 1
result
end
end

75
lib/puppet/functions/os_database_connection.rb

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Puppet::Functions.create_function(:os_database_connection) do
def os_database_connection(*args)
require 'uri'
if (args.size != 1) then
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_database_connection(): Wrong number of arguments " +
"given (#{args.size} for 1)")
end
v = args[0]
klass = v.class
unless klass == Hash
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_database_connection(): Requires an hash, got #{klass}")
end
v.keys.each do |key|
klass = (key == 'extra') ? Hash : String
unless (v[key].class == klass) or (v[key] == :undef)
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_database_connection(): #{key} should be a #{klass}")
end
end
parts = {}
unless v.include?('dialect')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_database_connection(): dialect is required')
end
if v.include?('host')
parts[:host] = v['host']
end
unless v.include?('database')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_database_connection(): database is required')
end
if v.include?('port')
if v.include?('host')
parts[:port] = v['port'].to_i
else
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_database_connection(): host is required with port')
end
end
if v.include?('username') and (v['username'] != :undef) and (v['username'].to_s != '')
parts[:userinfo] = URI.escape(v['username'])
if v.include?('password') and (v['password'] != :undef) and (v['password'].to_s != '')
parts[:userinfo] += ":#{URI.escape(v['password'])}"
end
end
# support previous charset option on the function. Setting charset will
# override charset if passed in via the extra parameters
if v.include?('charset')
if v.include?('extra')
v['extra'].merge!({ 'charset' => v['charset'] })
else
v['extra'] = { 'charset' => v['charset'] }
end
end
parts[:query] = v['extra'].map{ |k,v| "#{k}=#{v}" }.join('&') if v.include?('extra')
parts[:scheme] = v['dialect']
if v.include?('host')
parts[:path] = "/#{v['database']}"
else
parts[:path] = "///#{v['database']}"
end
URI::Generic.build(parts).to_s
end
end

189
lib/puppet/functions/os_transport_url.rb

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# This function builds a os_transport_url string from a hash of parameters.
#
# Valid hash parameteres:
# * transport - (string) type of transport, 'rabbit' or 'amqp'
# * host - (string) single host
# * hosts - (array) array of hosts to use
# * port - (string | integer) port to connect to
# * username - (string) connection username
# * password - (string) connection password
# * virtual_host - (string) virtual host to connect to
# * ssl - (string) is the connection ssl or not ('1' or '0'). overrides the ssl
# key in the query parameter
# * query - (hash) hash of key,value pairs used to create a query string for
# the transport_url.
#
# Only 'transport' and either 'host' or 'hosts' are required keys for the
# parameters hash.
#
# The url format that will be generated:
# transport://user:pass@host:port[,userN:passN@hostN:portN]/virtual_host?query
#
# NOTE: ipv6 addresses will automatically be bracketed for the URI using the
# normalize_ip_for_uri function.
#
# Single Host Example:
# os_transport_url({
# 'transport' => 'rabbit',
# 'host' => '1.1.1.1',
# 'port' => '5672',
# 'username' => 'username',
# 'password' => 'password',
# 'virtual_host' => 'virtual_host',
# 'ssl' => '1',
# 'query' => { 'key' => 'value' },
# })
#
# Generates:
# rabbit://username:password@1.1.1.1:5672/virtual_host?key=value&ssl=1
#
# Multiple Hosts Example:
# os_transport_url({
# 'transport' => 'rabbit',
# 'hosts' => [ '1.1.1.1', '2.2.2.2' ],
# 'port' => '5672',
# 'username' => 'username',
# 'password' => 'password',
# 'virtual_host' => 'virtual_host',
# 'query' => { 'key' => 'value' },
# })
#
# Generates:
# rabbit://username:password@1.1.1.1:5672,username:password@2.2.2.2:5672/virtual_host?key=value
Puppet::Functions.create_function(:os_transport_url) do
# TODO(tobias-urdin): Rework and remove this.
# Taken straight from stdlib v5.1.0 module.
def _str2bool(string)
if !!string == string
return string
end
unless string.is_a?(String)
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'str2bool(): Requires string to work with')
end
result = case string
when %r{^$}, '' then false # Empty string will be false ...
when %r{^(1|t|y|true|yes)$}i then true
when %r{^(0|f|n|false|no)$}i then false
when %r{^(undef|undefined)$} then false # This is not likely to happen ...
else
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_transport_url _str2bool(): Unknown type of boolean given')
end
return result
end
# TODO(tobias-urdin): Rework and remove this.
# Taken straight from stdlib v5.1.0 module.
def _bool2num(val)
value = _str2bool(val)
result = value ? 1 : 0
return result
end
def os_transport_url(*args)
require 'uri'
unless args.size == 1
raise(ArgumentError, 'os_transport_url(): Wrong number of arguments')
end
v = args[0]
klass = v.class
unless klass == Hash
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_transport_url(): Requires an hash, got #{klass}")
end
# type checking for the parameter hash
v.keys.each do |key|
v[key] = v[key].to_s if key == 'port'
klass = (key == 'hosts') ? Array : String
klass = (key == 'query') ? Hash : klass
unless (v[key].class == klass) or (v[key] == :undef)
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_transport_url(): #{key} should be a #{klass}")
end
end
# defaults
parts = {
:transport => 'rabbit',
:hostinfo => 'localhost',
:path => '/',
}
unless v.include?('transport')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_transport_url(): transport is required')
end
unless v.include?('host') or v.include?('hosts')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_transport_url(): host or hosts is required')
end
if v.include?('host') and v.include?('hosts')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_transport_url(): cannot use both host and hosts.')
end
parts[:transport] = v['transport']
if v.include?('username') and (v['username'] != :undef) and (v['username'].to_s != '')
parts[:userinfo] = URI.escape(v['username'])
if v.include?('password') and (v['password'] != :undef) and (v['password'].to_s != '')
parts[:userinfo] += ":#{URI.escape(v['password'])}"
end
end
if v.include?('host')
host = call_function('normalize_ip_for_uri', v['host'])
host += ":#{v['port'].to_s}" if v.include?('port')
if parts.include?(:userinfo)
parts[:hostinfo] = "#{parts[:userinfo]}@#{host}"
else
parts[:hostinfo] = "#{host}"
end
end
if v.include?('hosts')
hosts = call_function('normalize_ip_for_uri', v['hosts'])
# normalize_ip_for_uri may return a string, so check that we still have an
# array
hosts = [hosts] if hosts.kind_of?(String)
hosts = hosts.map{ |h| "#{h}:#{v['port'].to_s}" } if v.include?('port')
if parts.include?(:userinfo)
parts[:hostinfo] = hosts.map { |h| "#{parts[:userinfo]}@#{h}" }.join(',')
else
parts[:hostinfo] = hosts.join(',')
end
end
parts[:path] = "/#{v['virtual_host']}" if v.include?('virtual_host')
# support previous ssl option on the function. Setting ssl will
# override ssl if passed in via the query parameters
if v.include?('ssl')
# ssl can be passed in as a query paramter but should be 0/1. See
# http://docs.celeryproject.org/projects/kombu/en/latest/userguide/connections.html#urls
# so we rely on _str2bool and _bool2num to ensure it's in the
# format
# TODO(tobias-urdin): Rework this to using proper data types and not the
# legacy puppet functions that is copied into this function statement.
# We need to do this right now because it fails testing if we call the
# str2bool or bool2num legacy functions using call_function.
ssl_str = _str2bool(v['ssl'])
ssl_val = _bool2num(v['ssl'])
if v.include?('query')
v['query'].merge!({ 'ssl' => ssl_val })
else
v['query'] = { 'ssl' => ssl_val }
end
end
parts[:query] = v['query'].map{ |k,val| "#{k}=#{val}" }.join('&') if v.include?('query')
url_parts = []
url_parts << parts[:transport]
url_parts << '://'
url_parts << parts[:hostinfo]
url_parts << parts[:path]
url_parts << '?' << parts[:query] if parts.include?(:query)
url_parts.join()
end
end

37
lib/puppet/parser/functions/normalize_ip_for_uri.rb

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require 'ipaddr'
module Puppet::Parser::Functions
newfunction(:normalize_ip_for_uri,
:type => :rvalue,
:doc => <<-EOD
Add brackets if the argument is an IPv6 address.
Returns the argument untouched otherwise.
CAUTION: this code "fails" when the user is passing
an IPv6 address with the port in it without the
brackets: 2001::1:8080, to specify address 2001::1
and port 8080. This code will change it to
[2001::1:8080] as it's a valid ip address. This
shouldn't be an issue in most cases.
If an array is given, each member will be normalized to
a valid IPv6 address with brackets when needed.
EOD
) do |args|
result = []
args = args[0] if args[0].kind_of?(Array)
args.each do |ip|
begin
if IPAddr.new(ip).ipv6?
unless ip.match(/\[.+\]/)
Puppet.debug("IP #{ip} is changed to [#{ip}]")
ip = "[#{ip}]"
end
end
rescue ArgumentError
# ignore it
end
result << ip
end
return result[0] if args.size == 1
result
end
end

81
lib/puppet/parser/functions/os_database_connection.rb

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require 'puppet/parser/functions'
Puppet::Parser::Functions.newfunction(:os_database_connection,
:type => :rvalue,
:doc => <<-EOS
This function builds a os_database_connection string from various parameters.
EOS
) do |arguments|
require 'uri'
if (arguments.size != 1) then
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_database_connection(): Wrong number of arguments " +
"given (#{arguments.size} for 1)")
end
v = arguments[0]
klass = v.class
unless klass == Hash
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_database_connection(): Requires an hash, got #{klass}")
end
v.keys.each do |key|
klass = (key == 'extra') ? Hash : String
unless (v[key].class == klass) or (v[key] == :undef)
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_database_connection(): #{key} should be a #{klass}")
end
end
parts = {}
unless v.include?('dialect')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_database_connection(): dialect is required')
end
if v.include?('host')
parts[:host] = v['host']
end
unless v.include?('database')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_database_connection(): database is required')
end
if v.include?('port')
if v.include?('host')
parts[:port] = v['port'].to_i
else
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_database_connection(): host is required with port')
end
end
if v.include?('username') and (v['username'] != :undef) and (v['username'].to_s != '')
parts[:userinfo] = URI.escape(v['username'])
if v.include?('password') and (v['password'] != :undef) and (v['password'].to_s != '')
parts[:userinfo] += ":#{URI.escape(v['password'])}"
end
end
# support previous charset option on the function. Setting charset will
# override charset if passed in via the extra parameters
if v.include?('charset')
if v.include?('extra')
v['extra'].merge!({ 'charset' => v['charset'] })
else
v['extra'] = { 'charset' => v['charset'] }
end
end
parts[:query] = v['extra'].map{ |k,v| "#{k}=#{v}" }.join('&') if v.include?('extra')
parts[:scheme] = v['dialect']
if v.include?('host')
parts[:path] = "/#{v['database']}"
else
parts[:path] = "///#{v['database']}"
end
URI::Generic.build(parts).to_s
end

157
lib/puppet/parser/functions/os_transport_url.rb

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require 'puppet/parser/functions'
Puppet::Parser::Functions.newfunction(:os_transport_url,
:type => :rvalue,
:arity => 1,
:doc => <<-EOS
This function builds a os_transport_url string from a hash of parameters.
Valid hash parameteres:
* transport - (string) type of transport, 'rabbit' or 'amqp'
* host - (string) single host
* hosts - (array) array of hosts to use
* port - (string | integer) port to connect to
* username - (string) connection username
* password - (string) connection password
* virtual_host - (string) virtual host to connect to
* ssl - (string) is the connection ssl or not ('1' or '0'). overrides the ssl
key in the query parameter
* query - (hash) hash of key,value pairs used to create a query string for
the transport_url.
Only 'transport' and either 'host' or 'hosts' are required keys for the
parameters hash.
The url format that will be generated:
transport://user:pass@host:port[,userN:passN@hostN:portN]/virtual_host?query
NOTE: ipv6 addresses will automatically be bracketed for the URI using the
normalize_ip_for_uri function.
Single Host Example:
os_transport_url({
'transport' => 'rabbit',
'host' => '1.1.1.1',
'port' => '5672',
'username' => 'username',
'password' => 'password',
'virtual_host' => 'virtual_host',
'ssl' => '1',
'query' => { 'key' => 'value' },
})
Generates:
rabbit://username:password@1.1.1.1:5672/virtual_host?key=value&ssl=1
Multiple Hosts Example:
os_transport_url({
'transport' => 'rabbit',
'hosts' => [ '1.1.1.1', '2.2.2.2' ],
'port' => '5672',
'username' => 'username',
'password' => 'password',
'virtual_host' => 'virtual_host',
'query' => { 'key' => 'value' },
})
Generates:
rabbit://username:password@1.1.1.1:5672,username:password@2.2.2.2:5672/virtual_host?key=value
EOS
) do |arguments|
require 'uri'
v = arguments[0]
klass = v.class
unless klass == Hash
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_transport_url(): Requires an hash, got #{klass}")
end
# type checking for the parameter hash
v.keys.each do |key|
v[key] = v[key].to_s if key == 'port'
klass = (key == 'hosts') ? Array : String
klass = (key == 'query') ? Hash : klass
unless (v[key].class == klass) or (v[key] == :undef)
raise(Puppet::ParseError, "os_transport_url(): #{key} should be a #{klass}")
end
end
# defaults
parts = {
:transport => 'rabbit',
:hostinfo => 'localhost',
:path => '/',
}
unless v.include?('transport')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_transport_url(): transport is required')
end
unless v.include?('host') or v.include?('hosts')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_transport_url(): host or hosts is required')
end
if v.include?('host') and v.include?('hosts')
raise(Puppet::ParseError, 'os_transport_url(): cannot use both host and hosts.')
end
parts[:transport] = v['transport']
if v.include?('username') and (v['username'] != :undef) and (v['username'].to_s != '')
parts[:userinfo] = URI.escape(v['username'])
if v.include?('password') and (v['password'] != :undef) and (v['password'].to_s != '')
parts[:userinfo] += ":#{URI.escape(v['password'])}"
end
end
if v.include?('host')
host = function_normalize_ip_for_uri([v['host']])
host += ":#{v['port'].to_s}" if v.include?('port')
if parts.include?(:userinfo)
parts[:hostinfo] = "#{parts[:userinfo]}@#{host}"
else
parts[:hostinfo] = "#{host}"
end
end
if v.include?('hosts')
hosts = function_normalize_ip_for_uri([v['hosts']])
# normalize_ip_for_uri may return a string, so check that we still have an
# array
hosts = [hosts] if hosts.kind_of?(String)
hosts = hosts.map{ |h| "#{h}:#{v['port'].to_s}" } if v.include?('port')
if parts.include?(:userinfo)
parts[:hostinfo] = hosts.map { |h| "#{parts[:userinfo]}@#{h}" }.join(',')
else
parts[:hostinfo] = hosts.join(',')
end
end
parts[:path] = "/#{v['virtual_host']}" if v.include?('virtual_host')
# support previous ssl option on the function. Setting ssl will
# override ssl if passed in via the query parameters
if v.include?('ssl')
# ssl can be passed in as a query paramter but should be 0/1. See
# http://docs.celeryproject.org/projects/kombu/en/latest/userguide/connections.html#urls
# so we rely on the stdlib str2bool and bool2num to ensure it's in the
# format
ssl_val = function_bool2num([function_str2bool([v['ssl']])])
if v.include?('query')
v['query'].merge!({ 'ssl' => ssl_val })
else
v['query'] = { 'ssl' => ssl_val }
end
end
parts[:query] = v['query'].map{ |k,val| "#{k}=#{val}" }.join('&') if v.include?('query')
url_parts = []
url_parts << parts[:transport]
url_parts << '://'
url_parts << parts[:hostinfo]
url_parts << parts[:path]
url_parts << '?' << parts[:query] if parts.include?(:query)
url_parts.join()
end
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