Easily download releases from sites like Github and Gitea
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This builder functions as a pseudo builder that instead downloads and installs a binary file using
release-gitter based on a pyproject.toml file. It's a total hack...
from __future__ import annotations
from pathlib import Path
from shutil import copytree
from shutil import move
import toml
from wheel.wheelfile import WheelFile
import release_gitter as rg
from release_gitter import removeprefix
PACKAGE_NAME = "pseudo"
def download(config) -> list[Path]:
release = rg.fetch_release(
rg.GitRemoteInfo(config.hostname, config.owner, config.repo), config.version
asset = rg.match_asset(
files = rg.download_asset(asset, extract_files=config.extract_files)
# Optionally execute post command
if config.exec:
rg.check_call(config.exec, shell=True)
return files
def read_metadata():
config = toml.load("pyproject.toml").get("tool", {}).get("release-gitter")
if not config:
raise ValueError("Must have configuration in [tool.release-gitter]")
args = []
for key, value in config.items():
key = "--" + key
if key == "--format":
args += [value]
elif isinstance(value, dict):
for sub_key, sub_value in value.items():
args = [key, f"{sub_key}={sub_value}"] + args
elif isinstance(value, list):
for sub_value in value:
args = [key, sub_value] + args
args = [key, value] + args
return rg._parse_args(args)
class _PseudoBuildBackend:
# Should allow passing args as `--build-option`
_gitter_args = None
def prepare_metadata_for_build_wheel(
self, metadata_directory, config_settings=None
# Createa .dist-info directory containing wheel metadata inside metadata_directory. Eg {metadata_directory}/{package}-{version}.dist-info/
print("Prepare meta", metadata_directory, config_settings)
metadata = read_metadata()
version = removeprefix(metadata.version, "v")
# Returns distinfo dir?
dist_info = Path(metadata_directory) / f"{PACKAGE_NAME}-{version}.dist-info"
# Write metadata
pkg_info = dist_info / "METADATA"
"Metadata-Version: 2.1",
f"Name: {PACKAGE_NAME}",
f"Version: {version}",
# Write wheel info
wheel_info = dist_info / "WHEEL"
"Wheel-Version: 1.0",
"Root-Is-Purelib: true",
"Tag: py2-none-any",
"Tag: py3-none-any",
return str(dist_info)
def build_sdist(self, sdist_directory, config_settings=None):
# Builds a .tar.gz and places it in specified sdist_directory
# That should contain a toplevel drectory of `name-version` containing source files and the pyproject.toml
# HACK: This isn't needed or used
p = Path(sdist_directory + ".dist-info")
return p
def build_wheel(
self, wheel_directory, config_settings=None, metadata_directory=None
metadata_directory = Path(metadata_directory)
metadata = read_metadata()
version = removeprefix(metadata.version, "v")
wheel_directory = Path(wheel_directory)
wheel_scripts = wheel_directory / f"{PACKAGE_NAME}-{version}.data/scripts"
wheel_scripts.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True)
copytree(metadata_directory, wheel_directory / metadata_directory.name)
metadata = read_metadata()
files = download(metadata)
for file in files:
move(file, wheel_scripts / file.name)
print(f"ls {wheel_directory}: {list(wheel_directory.glob('*'))}")
wheel_filename = f"{PACKAGE_NAME}-{version}-py2.py3-none-any.whl"
with WheelFile(wheel_directory / wheel_filename, "w") as wf:
print("Repacking wheel as {}...".format(wheel_filename), end="")
# sys.stdout.flush()
return wheel_filename
_BACKEND = _PseudoBuildBackend()
prepare_metadata_for_build_wheel = _BACKEND.prepare_metadata_for_build_wheel
build_sdist = _BACKEND.build_sdist
build_wheel = _BACKEND.build_wheel