Source code for pip._internal.req.req_uninstall

from __future__ import absolute_import

import csv
import functools
import logging
import os
import sys
import sysconfig

from pip._vendor import pkg_resources

from pip._internal.exceptions import UninstallationError
from pip._internal.locations import bin_py, bin_user
from pip._internal.utils.compat import WINDOWS, cache_from_source, uses_pycache
from pip._internal.utils.logging import indent_log
from pip._internal.utils.misc import (
from pip._internal.utils.temp_dir import AdjacentTempDirectory, TempDirectory
from pip._internal.utils.typing import MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING

    from typing import (
        Any, Callable, Dict, Iterable, Iterator, List, Optional, Set, Tuple,
    from pip._vendor.pkg_resources import Distribution

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

def _script_names(dist, script_name, is_gui):
    # type: (Distribution, str, bool) -> List[str]
    """Create the fully qualified name of the files created by
    {console,gui}_scripts for the given ``dist``.
    Returns the list of file names
    if dist_in_usersite(dist):
        bin_dir = bin_user
        bin_dir = bin_py
    exe_name = os.path.join(bin_dir, script_name)
    paths_to_remove = [exe_name]
    if WINDOWS:
        paths_to_remove.append(exe_name + '.exe')
        paths_to_remove.append(exe_name + '.exe.manifest')
        if is_gui:
            paths_to_remove.append(exe_name + '-script.pyw')
            paths_to_remove.append(exe_name + '')
    return paths_to_remove

def _unique(fn):
    # type: (Callable[..., Iterator[Any]]) -> Callable[..., Iterator[Any]]
    def unique(*args, **kw):
        # type: (Any, Any) -> Iterator[Any]
        seen = set()  # type: Set[Any]
        for item in fn(*args, **kw):
            if item not in seen:
                yield item
    return unique

def uninstallation_paths(dist):
    # type: (Distribution) -> Iterator[str]
    Yield all the uninstallation paths for dist based on[co]

    Yield paths to all the files in RECORD. For each .py file in RECORD, add
    the .pyc and .pyo in the same directory.

    UninstallPathSet.add() takes care of the __pycache__ .py[co].
    r = csv.reader(FakeFile(dist.get_metadata_lines('RECORD')))
    for row in r:
        path = os.path.join(dist.location, row[0])
        yield path
        if path.endswith('.py'):
            dn, fn = os.path.split(path)
            base = fn[:-3]
            path = os.path.join(dn, base + '.pyc')
            yield path
            path = os.path.join(dn, base + '.pyo')
            yield path

def compact(paths):
    # type: (Iterable[str]) -> Set[str]
    """Compact a path set to contain the minimal number of paths
    necessary to contain all paths in the set. If /a/path/ and
    /a/path/to/a/file.txt are both in the set, leave only the
    shorter path."""

    sep = os.path.sep
    short_paths = set()  # type: Set[str]
    for path in sorted(paths, key=len):
        should_skip = any(
            path.startswith(shortpath.rstrip("*")) and
            path[len(shortpath.rstrip("*").rstrip(sep))] == sep
            for shortpath in short_paths
        if not should_skip:
    return short_paths

def compress_for_rename(paths):
    # type: (Iterable[str]) -> Set[str]
    """Returns a set containing the paths that need to be renamed.

    This set may include directories when the original sequence of paths
    included every file on disk.
    case_map = dict((os.path.normcase(p), p) for p in paths)
    remaining = set(case_map)
    unchecked = sorted(set(os.path.split(p)[0]
                           for p in case_map.values()), key=len)
    wildcards = set()  # type: Set[str]

    def norm_join(*a):
        # type: (str) -> str
        return os.path.normcase(os.path.join(*a))

    for root in unchecked:
        if any(os.path.normcase(root).startswith(w)
               for w in wildcards):
            # This directory has already been handled.

        all_files = set()  # type: Set[str]
        all_subdirs = set()  # type: Set[str]
        for dirname, subdirs, files in os.walk(root):
            all_subdirs.update(norm_join(root, dirname, d)
                               for d in subdirs)
            all_files.update(norm_join(root, dirname, f)
                             for f in files)
        # If all the files we found are in our remaining set of files to
        # remove, then remove them from the latter set and add a wildcard
        # for the directory.
        if not (all_files - remaining):
            wildcards.add(root + os.sep)

    return set(map(case_map.__getitem__, remaining)) | wildcards

def compress_for_output_listing(paths):
    # type: (Iterable[str]) -> Tuple[Set[str], Set[str]]
    """Returns a tuple of 2 sets of which paths to display to user

    The first set contains paths that would be deleted. Files of a package
    are not added and the top-level directory of the package has a '*' added
    at the end - to signify that all it's contents are removed.

    The second set contains files that would have been skipped in the above

    will_remove = set(paths)
    will_skip = set()

    # Determine folders and files
    folders = set()
    files = set()
    for path in will_remove:
        if path.endswith(".pyc"):
        if path.endswith("") or ".dist-info" in path:

    # probably this one
    _normcased_files = set(map(os.path.normcase, files))  # type: ignore

    folders = compact(folders)

    # This walks the tree using os.walk to not miss extra folders
    # that might get added.
    for folder in folders:
        for dirpath, _, dirfiles in os.walk(folder):
            for fname in dirfiles:
                if fname.endswith(".pyc"):

                file_ = os.path.join(dirpath, fname)
                if (os.path.isfile(file_) and
                        os.path.normcase(file_) not in _normcased_files):
                    # We are skipping this file. Add it to the set.

    will_remove = files | {
        os.path.join(folder, "*") for folder in folders

    return will_remove, will_skip

class StashedUninstallPathSet(object):
    """A set of file rename operations to stash files while
    tentatively uninstalling them."""
    def __init__(self):
        # type: () -> None
        # Mapping from source file root to [Adjacent]TempDirectory
        # for files under that directory.
        self._save_dirs = {}  # type: Dict[str, TempDirectory]
        # (old path, new path) tuples for each move that may need
        # to be undone.
        self._moves = []  # type: List[Tuple[str, str]]

    def _get_directory_stash(self, path):
        # type: (str) -> str
        """Stashes a directory.

        Directories are stashed adjacent to their original location if
        possible, or else moved/copied into the user's temp dir."""

            save_dir = AdjacentTempDirectory(path)  # type: TempDirectory
        except OSError:
            save_dir = TempDirectory(kind="uninstall")
        self._save_dirs[os.path.normcase(path)] = save_dir

        return save_dir.path

    def _get_file_stash(self, path):
        # type: (str) -> str
        """Stashes a file.

        If no root has been provided, one will be created for the directory
        in the user's temp directory."""
        path = os.path.normcase(path)
        head, old_head = os.path.dirname(path), None
        save_dir = None

        while head != old_head:
                save_dir = self._save_dirs[head]
            except KeyError:
            head, old_head = os.path.dirname(head), head
            # Did not find any suitable root
            head = os.path.dirname(path)
            save_dir = TempDirectory(kind='uninstall')
            self._save_dirs[head] = save_dir

        relpath = os.path.relpath(path, head)
        if relpath and relpath != os.path.curdir:
            return os.path.join(save_dir.path, relpath)
        return save_dir.path

    def stash(self, path):
        # type: (str) -> str
        """Stashes the directory or file and returns its new location.
        Handle symlinks as files to avoid modifying the symlink targets.
        path_is_dir = os.path.isdir(path) and not os.path.islink(path)
        if path_is_dir:
            new_path = self._get_directory_stash(path)
            new_path = self._get_file_stash(path)

        self._moves.append((path, new_path))
        if (path_is_dir and os.path.isdir(new_path)):
            # If we're moving a directory, we need to
            # remove the destination first or else it will be
            # moved to inside the existing directory.
            # We just created new_path ourselves, so it will
            # be removable.
        renames(path, new_path)
        return new_path

    def commit(self):
        # type: () -> None
        """Commits the uninstall by removing stashed files."""
        for _, save_dir in self._save_dirs.items():
        self._moves = []
        self._save_dirs = {}

    def rollback(self):
        # type: () -> None
        """Undoes the uninstall by moving stashed files back."""
        for p in self._moves:
  "Moving to %s\n from %s", *p)

        for new_path, path in self._moves:
                logger.debug('Replacing %s from %s', new_path, path)
                if os.path.isfile(new_path) or os.path.islink(new_path):
                elif os.path.isdir(new_path):
                renames(path, new_path)
            except OSError as ex:
                logger.error("Failed to restore %s", new_path)
                logger.debug("Exception: %s", ex)


    def can_rollback(self):
        # type: () -> bool
        return bool(self._moves)

[docs]class UninstallPathSet(object): """A set of file paths to be removed in the uninstallation of a requirement.""" def __init__(self, dist): # type: (Distribution) -> None self.paths = set() # type: Set[str] self._refuse = set() # type: Set[str] self.pth = {} # type: Dict[str, UninstallPthEntries] self.dist = dist self._moved_paths = StashedUninstallPathSet()
[docs] def _permitted(self, path): # type: (str) -> bool """ Return True if the given path is one we are permitted to remove/modify, False otherwise. """ return is_local(path)
[docs] def add(self, path): # type: (str) -> None head, tail = os.path.split(path) # we normalize the head to resolve parent directory symlinks, but not # the tail, since we only want to uninstall symlinks, not their targets path = os.path.join(normalize_path(head), os.path.normcase(tail)) if not os.path.exists(path): return if self._permitted(path): self.paths.add(path) else: self._refuse.add(path) # __pycache__ files can show up after 'installed-files.txt' is created, # due to imports if os.path.splitext(path)[1] == '.py' and uses_pycache: self.add(cache_from_source(path))
[docs] def add_pth(self, pth_file, entry): # type: (str, str) -> None pth_file = normalize_path(pth_file) if self._permitted(pth_file): if pth_file not in self.pth: self.pth[pth_file] = UninstallPthEntries(pth_file) self.pth[pth_file].add(entry) else: self._refuse.add(pth_file)
[docs] def remove(self, auto_confirm=False, verbose=False): # type: (bool, bool) -> None """Remove paths in ``self.paths`` with confirmation (unless ``auto_confirm`` is True).""" if not self.paths: "Can't uninstall '%s'. No files were found to uninstall.", self.dist.project_name, ) return dist_name_version = ( self.dist.project_name + "-" + self.dist.version )'Uninstalling %s:', dist_name_version) with indent_log(): if auto_confirm or self._allowed_to_proceed(verbose): moved = self._moved_paths for_rename = compress_for_rename(self.paths) for path in sorted(compact(for_rename)): moved.stash(path) logger.debug('Removing file or directory %s', path) for pth in self.pth.values(): pth.remove()'Successfully uninstalled %s', dist_name_version)
[docs] def _allowed_to_proceed(self, verbose): # type: (bool) -> bool """Display which files would be deleted and prompt for confirmation """ def _display(msg, paths): # type: (str, Iterable[str]) -> None if not paths: return with indent_log(): for path in sorted(compact(paths)): if not verbose: will_remove, will_skip = compress_for_output_listing(self.paths) else: # In verbose mode, display all the files that are going to be # deleted. will_remove = set(self.paths) will_skip = set() _display('Would remove:', will_remove) _display('Would not remove (might be manually added):', will_skip) _display('Would not remove (outside of prefix):', self._refuse) if verbose: _display('Will actually move:', compress_for_rename(self.paths)) return ask('Proceed (y/n)? ', ('y', 'n')) == 'y'
[docs] def rollback(self): # type: () -> None """Rollback the changes previously made by remove().""" if not self._moved_paths.can_rollback: logger.error( "Can't roll back %s; was not uninstalled", self.dist.project_name, ) return'Rolling back uninstall of %s', self.dist.project_name) self._moved_paths.rollback() for pth in self.pth.values(): pth.rollback()
[docs] def commit(self): # type: () -> None """Remove temporary save dir: rollback will no longer be possible.""" self._moved_paths.commit()
[docs] @classmethod def from_dist(cls, dist): # type: (Distribution) -> UninstallPathSet dist_path = normalize_path(dist.location) if not dist_is_local(dist): "Not uninstalling %s at %s, outside environment %s", dist.key, dist_path, sys.prefix, ) return cls(dist) if dist_path in {p for p in {sysconfig.get_path("stdlib"), sysconfig.get_path("platstdlib")} if p}: "Not uninstalling %s at %s, as it is in the standard library.", dist.key, dist_path, ) return cls(dist) paths_to_remove = cls(dist) develop_egg_link = egg_link_path(dist) develop_egg_link_egg_info = '{}.egg-info'.format( pkg_resources.to_filename(dist.project_name)) egg_info_exists = dist.egg_info and os.path.exists(dist.egg_info) # Special case for distutils installed package distutils_egg_info = getattr(dist._provider, 'path', None) # Uninstall cases order do matter as in the case of 2 installs of the # same package, pip needs to uninstall the currently detected version if (egg_info_exists and dist.egg_info.endswith('.egg-info') and not dist.egg_info.endswith(develop_egg_link_egg_info)): # if dist.egg_info.endswith(develop_egg_link_egg_info), we # are in fact in the develop_egg_link case paths_to_remove.add(dist.egg_info) if dist.has_metadata('installed-files.txt'): for installed_file in dist.get_metadata( 'installed-files.txt').splitlines(): path = os.path.normpath( os.path.join(dist.egg_info, installed_file) ) paths_to_remove.add(path) # FIXME: need a test for this elif block # occurs with --single-version-externally-managed/--record outside # of pip elif dist.has_metadata('top_level.txt'): if dist.has_metadata('namespace_packages.txt'): namespaces = dist.get_metadata('namespace_packages.txt') else: namespaces = [] for top_level_pkg in [ p for p in dist.get_metadata('top_level.txt').splitlines() if p and p not in namespaces]: path = os.path.join(dist.location, top_level_pkg) paths_to_remove.add(path) paths_to_remove.add(path + '.py') paths_to_remove.add(path + '.pyc') paths_to_remove.add(path + '.pyo') elif distutils_egg_info: raise UninstallationError( "Cannot uninstall {!r}. It is a distutils installed project " "and thus we cannot accurately determine which files belong " "to it which would lead to only a partial uninstall.".format( dist.project_name, ) ) elif dist.location.endswith('.egg'): # package installed by easy_install # We cannot match on dist.egg_name because it can slightly vary # i.e. setuptools-0.6c11-py2.6.egg vs setuptools-0.6rc11-py2.6.egg paths_to_remove.add(dist.location) easy_install_egg = os.path.split(dist.location)[1] easy_install_pth = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(dist.location), 'easy-install.pth') paths_to_remove.add_pth(easy_install_pth, './' + easy_install_egg) elif egg_info_exists and dist.egg_info.endswith('.dist-info'): for path in uninstallation_paths(dist): paths_to_remove.add(path) elif develop_egg_link: # develop egg with open(develop_egg_link, 'r') as fh: link_pointer = os.path.normcase(fh.readline().strip()) assert (link_pointer == dist.location), ( 'Egg-link {} does not match installed location of {} ' '(at {})'.format( link_pointer, dist.project_name, dist.location) ) paths_to_remove.add(develop_egg_link) easy_install_pth = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(develop_egg_link), 'easy-install.pth') paths_to_remove.add_pth(easy_install_pth, dist.location) else: logger.debug( 'Not sure how to uninstall: %s - Check: %s', dist, dist.location, ) # find distutils scripts= scripts if dist.has_metadata('scripts') and dist.metadata_isdir('scripts'): for script in dist.metadata_listdir('scripts'): if dist_in_usersite(dist): bin_dir = bin_user else: bin_dir = bin_py paths_to_remove.add(os.path.join(bin_dir, script)) if WINDOWS: paths_to_remove.add(os.path.join(bin_dir, script) + '.bat') # find console_scripts _scripts_to_remove = [] console_scripts = dist.get_entry_map(group='console_scripts') for name in console_scripts.keys(): _scripts_to_remove.extend(_script_names(dist, name, False)) # find gui_scripts gui_scripts = dist.get_entry_map(group='gui_scripts') for name in gui_scripts.keys(): _scripts_to_remove.extend(_script_names(dist, name, True)) for s in _scripts_to_remove: paths_to_remove.add(s) return paths_to_remove
class UninstallPthEntries(object): def __init__(self, pth_file): # type: (str) -> None self.file = pth_file self.entries = set() # type: Set[str] self._saved_lines = None # type: Optional[List[bytes]] def add(self, entry): # type: (str) -> None entry = os.path.normcase(entry) # On Windows, os.path.normcase converts the entry to use # backslashes. This is correct for entries that describe absolute # paths outside of site-packages, but all the others use forward # slashes. # os.path.splitdrive is used instead of os.path.isabs because isabs # treats non-absolute paths with drive letter markings like c:foo\bar # as absolute paths. It also does not recognize UNC paths if they don't # have more than "\\sever\share". Valid examples: "\\server\share\" or # "\\server\share\folder". Python 2.7.8+ support UNC in splitdrive. if WINDOWS and not os.path.splitdrive(entry)[0]: entry = entry.replace('\\', '/') self.entries.add(entry) def remove(self): # type: () -> None logger.debug('Removing pth entries from %s:', self.file) # If the file doesn't exist, log a warning and return if not os.path.isfile(self.file): logger.warning( "Cannot remove entries from nonexistent file %s", self.file ) return with open(self.file, 'rb') as fh: # windows uses '\r\n' with py3k, but uses '\n' with py2.x lines = fh.readlines() self._saved_lines = lines if any(b'\r\n' in line for line in lines): endline = '\r\n' else: endline = '\n' # handle missing trailing newline if lines and not lines[-1].endswith(endline.encode("utf-8")): lines[-1] = lines[-1] + endline.encode("utf-8") for entry in self.entries: try: logger.debug('Removing entry: %s', entry) lines.remove((entry + endline).encode("utf-8")) except ValueError: pass with open(self.file, 'wb') as fh: fh.writelines(lines) def rollback(self): # type: () -> bool if self._saved_lines is None: logger.error( 'Cannot roll back changes to %s, none were made', self.file ) return False logger.debug('Rolling %s back to previous state', self.file) with open(self.file, 'wb') as fh: fh.writelines(self._saved_lines) return True