The Gatekeeper, or a project gating system
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# Copyright 2013 OpenStack Foundation
# Copyright 2013 Antoine "hashar" Musso
# Copyright 2013 Wikimedia Foundation Inc.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
import voluptuous as v
import string
# Several forms accept either a single item or a list, this makes
# specifying that in the schema easy (and explicit).
def toList(x):
return v.Any([x], x)
class LayoutSchema(object):
include = {'python-file': str}
includes = [include]
manager = v.Any('IndependentPipelineManager',
'DependentPipelineManager')
precedence = v.Any('normal', 'low', 'high')
variable_dict = v.Schema({}, extra=True)
gerrit_trigger = {v.Required('event'):
toList(v.Any('patchset-created',
'change-abandoned',
'change-restored',
'change-merged',
'comment-added',
'ref-updated')),
'comment_filter': toList(str),
'email_filter': toList(str),
'branch': toList(str),
'ref': toList(str),
'approval': toList(variable_dict),
}
timer_trigger = {v.Required('time'): str}
trigger = v.Required(v.Any({'gerrit': toList(gerrit_trigger)},
{'timer': toList(timer_trigger)}))
report_actions = {'gerrit': variable_dict,
'smtp': variable_dict}
pipeline = {v.Required('name'): str,
v.Required('manager'): manager,
'precedence': precedence,
'description': str,
'success-message': str,
'failure-message': str,
'dequeue-on-new-patchset': bool,
'trigger': trigger,
'success': report_actions,
'failure': report_actions,
'start': report_actions,
}
pipelines = [pipeline]
project_template = {v.Required('name'): str}
project_templates = [project_template]
job = {v.Required('name'): str,
'failure-message': str,
'success-message': str,
'failure-pattern': str,
'success-pattern': str,
'hold-following-changes': bool,
'voting': bool,
'parameter-function': str,
'branch': toList(str),
'files': toList(str),
}
jobs = [job]
job_name = v.Schema(v.Match("^\S+$"))
def validateJob(self, value, path=[]):
if isinstance(value, list):
for (i, v) in enumerate(value):
self.validateJob(v, path + [i])
elif isinstance(value, dict):
for k, v in value.items():
self.validateJob(v, path + [k])
else:
self.job_name.schema(value)
def validateTemplateCalls(self, calls):
""" Verify a project pass the parameters required
by a project-template
"""
for call in calls:
schema = self.templates_schemas[call.get('name')]
schema(call)
def collectFormatParam(self, tree):
"""In a nested tree of string, dict and list, find out any named
parameters that might be used by str.format(). This is used to find
out whether projects are passing all the required parameters when
using a project template.
Returns a set() of all the named parameters found.
"""
parameters = set()
if isinstance(tree, str):
# parse() returns a tuple of
# (literal_text, field_name, format_spec, conversion)
# We are just looking for field_name
parameters = set([t[1] for t in string.Formatter().parse(tree)
if t[1] is not None])
elif isinstance(tree, list):
for item in tree:
parameters.update(self.collectFormatParam(item))
elif isinstance(tree, dict):
for item in tree:
parameters.update(self.collectFormatParam(tree[item]))
return parameters
def getSchema(self, data):
pipelines = data.get('pipelines')
if not pipelines:
pipelines = []
pipelines = [p['name'] for p in pipelines if 'name' in p]
# Whenever a project uses a template, it better have to exist
project_templates = data.get('project-templates', [])
template_names = [t['name'] for t in project_templates
if 'name' in t]
# A project using a template must pass all parameters to it.
# We first collect each templates parameters and craft a new
# schema for each of the template. That will later be used
# by validateTemplateCalls().
self.templates_schemas = {}
for t_name in template_names:
# Find out the parameters used inside each templates:
template = [t for t in project_templates
if t['name'] == t_name]
template_parameters = self.collectFormatParam(template)
# Craft the templates schemas
schema = {v.Required('name'): v.Any(*template_names)}
for required_param in template_parameters:
# add this template parameters as requirements:
schema.update({v.Required(required_param): str})
# Register the schema for validateTemplateCalls()
self.templates_schemas[t_name] = v.Schema(schema)
project = {'name': str,
'merge-mode': v.Any('merge', 'merge-resolve,',
'cherry-pick'),
'template': self.validateTemplateCalls,
}
# And project should refers to existing pipelines
for p in pipelines:
project[p] = self.validateJob
projects = [project]
# Sub schema to validate a project template has existing
# pipelines and jobs.
project_template = {'name': str}
for p in pipelines:
project_template[p] = self.validateJob
project_templates = [project_template]
# Gather our sub schemas
schema = v.Schema({'includes': self.includes,
v.Required('pipelines'): self.pipelines,
'jobs': self.jobs,
'project-templates': project_templates,
v.Required('projects'): projects,
})
return schema
class LayoutValidator(object):
def checkDuplicateNames(self, data, path):
items = []
for i, item in enumerate(data):
if item['name'] in items:
raise v.Invalid("Duplicate name: %s" % item['name'],
path + [i])
items.append(item['name'])
def validate(self, data):
schema = LayoutSchema().getSchema(data)
schema(data)
self.checkDuplicateNames(data['pipelines'], ['pipelines'])
if 'jobs' in data:
self.checkDuplicateNames(data['jobs'], ['jobs'])
self.checkDuplicateNames(data['projects'], ['projects'])
if 'project-templates' in data:
self.checkDuplicateNames(
data['project-templates'], ['project-templates'])