Source code for xonsh.main

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""The main xonsh script."""
import os
import sys
import enum
import argparse
import builtins
import contextlib
import signal
import traceback

from xonsh import __version__
from xonsh.timings import setup_timings
from xonsh.lazyasd import lazyobject
from import Shell
from xonsh.pretty import pretty
from xonsh.execer import Execer
from xonsh.proc import HiddenCommandPipeline
from import ignore_sigtstp
from import setup_win_unicode_console, print_color, to_bool_or_int
from xonsh.platform import HAS_PYGMENTS, ON_WINDOWS
from xonsh.codecache import run_script_with_cache, run_code_with_cache
from xonsh.xonfig import print_welcome_screen
from xonsh.lazyimps import pygments, pyghooks
from xonsh.imphooks import install_import_hooks
from import events
from xonsh.environ import xonshrc_context

events.transmogrify('on_post_init', 'LoadEvent')
events.doc('on_post_init', """
on_post_init() -> None

Fired after all initialization is finished and we're ready to do work.

NOTE: This is fired before the wizard is automatically started.

events.transmogrify('on_exit', 'LoadEvent')
events.doc('on_exit', """
on_exit() -> None

Fired after all commands have been executed, before tear-down occurs.

NOTE: All the caveats of the ``atexit`` module also apply to this event.

events.transmogrify('on_pre_cmdloop', 'LoadEvent')
events.doc('on_pre_cmdloop', """
on_pre_cmdloop() -> None

Fired just before the command loop is started, if it is.

events.transmogrify('on_post_cmdloop', 'LoadEvent')
events.doc('on_post_cmdloop', """
on_post_cmdloop() -> None

Fired just after the command loop finishes, if it is.

NOTE: All the caveats of the ``atexit`` module also apply to this event.

events.transmogrify('on_pre_rc', 'LoadEvent')
events.doc('on_pre_rc', """
on_pre_rc() -> None

Fired just before rc files are loaded, if they are.

events.transmogrify('on_post_rc', 'LoadEvent')
events.doc('on_post_rc', """
on_post_rc() -> None

Fired just after rc files are loaded, if they are.

[docs]def get_setproctitle(): """Proxy function for loading process title""" try: from setproctitle import setproctitle as spt except ImportError: return return spt
[docs]def path_argument(s): """Return a path only if the path is actually legal This is very similar to argparse.FileType, except that it doesn't return an open file handle, but rather simply validates the path.""" s = os.path.abspath(os.path.expanduser(s)) if not os.path.isfile(s): msg = '{0!r} must be a valid path to a file'.format(s) raise argparse.ArgumentTypeError(msg) return s
@lazyobject def parser(): p = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='xonsh', add_help=False) p.add_argument('-h', '--help', dest='help', action='store_true', default=False, help='show help and exit') p.add_argument('-V', '--version', dest='version', action='store_true', default=False, help='show version information and exit') p.add_argument('-c', help="Run a single command and exit", dest='command', required=False, default=None) p.add_argument('-i', '--interactive', help='force running in interactive mode', dest='force_interactive', action='store_true', default=False) p.add_argument('-l', '--login', help='run as a login shell', dest='login', action='store_true', default=False) p.add_argument('--config-path', help='DEPRECATED: static configuration files may now be used ' 'in the XONSHRC file list, see the --rc option.', dest='config_path', default=None, type=path_argument) p.add_argument('--rc', help="The xonshrc files to load, these may be either xonsh " "files or JSON-based static configuration files.", dest='rc', nargs='+', type=path_argument, default=None) p.add_argument('--no-rc', help="Do not load the .xonshrc files", dest='norc', action='store_true', default=False) p.add_argument('--no-script-cache', help="Do not cache scripts as they are run", dest='scriptcache', action='store_false', default=True) p.add_argument('--cache-everything', help="Use a cache, even for interactive commands", dest='cacheall', action='store_true', default=False) p.add_argument('-D', dest='defines', help='define an environment variable, in the form of ' '-DNAME=VAL. May be used many times.', metavar='ITEM', action='append', default=None) p.add_argument('--shell-type', help='What kind of shell should be used. ' 'Possible options: readline, prompt_toolkit, random. ' 'Warning! If set this overrides $SHELL_TYPE variable.', dest='shell_type', choices=('readline', 'prompt_toolkit', 'best', 'random'), default=None) p.add_argument('--timings', help='Prints timing infomation before the prompt is shown. ' 'This is usefull to track down perfomance issues ' 'and investigate startup times.', dest='timings', action='store_true', default=None) p.add_argument('file', metavar='script-file', help='If present, execute the script in script-file' ' and exit', nargs='?', default=None) p.add_argument('args', metavar='args', help='Additional arguments to the script specified ' 'by script-file', nargs=argparse.REMAINDER, default=[]) return p def _pprint_displayhook(value): if value is None: return builtins._ = None # Set '_' to None to avoid recursion if isinstance(value, HiddenCommandPipeline): builtins._ = value return env = builtins.__xonsh_env__ if env.get('PRETTY_PRINT_RESULTS'): printed_val = pretty(value) else: printed_val = repr(value) if HAS_PYGMENTS and env.get('COLOR_RESULTS'): tokens = list(pygments.lex(printed_val, lexer=pyghooks.XonshLexer())) print_color(tokens) else: print(printed_val) # black & white case builtins._ = value
[docs]class XonshMode(enum.Enum): single_command = 0 script_from_file = 1 script_from_stdin = 2 interactive = 3
[docs]def start_services(shell_kwargs): """Starts up the essential services in the proper order. This returns the envrionment instance as a convenience. """ install_import_hooks() # create execer, which loads builtins ctx = shell_kwargs.get('ctx', {}) debug = to_bool_or_int(os.getenv('XONSH_DEBUG', '0'))'pre_execer_init') execer = Execer(xonsh_ctx=ctx, debug_level=debug, scriptcache=shell_kwargs.get('scriptcache', True), cacheall=shell_kwargs.get('cacheall', False))'post_execer_init') # load rc files login = shell_kwargs.get('login', True) env = builtins.__xonsh_env__ rc = shell_kwargs.get('rc', None) rc = env.get('XONSHRC') if rc is None else rc xonshrc_context(rcfiles=rc, execer=execer, ctx=ctx, env=env, login=login) # create shell builtins.__xonsh_shell__ = Shell(execer=execer, **shell_kwargs) ctx['__name__'] = '__main__' return env
[docs]def premain(argv=None): """Setup for main xonsh entry point, returns parsed arguments.""" if argv is None: argv = sys.argv[1:] setup_timings() setproctitle = get_setproctitle() if setproctitle is not None: setproctitle(' '.join(['xonsh'] + argv)) builtins.__xonsh_ctx__ = {} args = parser.parse_args(argv) if parser.print_help() parser.exit() if args.version: version = '/'.join(('xonsh', __version__)) print(version) parser.exit() shell_kwargs = {'shell_type': args.shell_type, 'completer': False, 'login': False, 'scriptcache': args.scriptcache, 'cacheall': args.cacheall, 'ctx': builtins.__xonsh_ctx__} if args.login: shell_kwargs['login'] = True if args.norc: shell_kwargs['rc'] = () elif args.rc: shell_kwargs['rc'] = args.rc setattr(sys, 'displayhook', _pprint_displayhook) if args.command is not None: args.mode = XonshMode.single_command shell_kwargs['shell_type'] = 'none' elif args.file is not None: args.mode = XonshMode.script_from_file shell_kwargs['shell_type'] = 'none' elif not sys.stdin.isatty() and not args.force_interactive: args.mode = XonshMode.script_from_stdin shell_kwargs['shell_type'] = 'none' else: args.mode = XonshMode.interactive shell_kwargs['completer'] = True shell_kwargs['login'] = True env = start_services(shell_kwargs) env['XONSH_LOGIN'] = shell_kwargs['login'] if args.defines is not None: env.update([x.split('=', 1) for x in args.defines]) env['XONSH_INTERACTIVE'] = args.force_interactive if ON_WINDOWS: setup_win_unicode_console(env.get('WIN_UNICODE_CONSOLE', True)) return args
def _failback_to_other_shells(args, err): # only failback for interactive shell; if we cannot tell, treat it # as an interactive one for safe. if hasattr(args, 'mode') and args.mode != XonshMode.interactive: raise err foreign_shell = None shells_file = '/etc/shells' if not os.path.exists(shells_file): # right now, it will always break here on Windows raise err excluded_list = ['xonsh', 'screen'] with open(shells_file) as f: for line in f: line = line.strip() if not line or line.startswith('#'): continue if '/' not in line: continue _, shell = line.rsplit('/', 1) if shell in excluded_list: continue if not os.path.exists(line): continue foreign_shell = line break if foreign_shell: traceback.print_exc() print('Xonsh encountered an issue during launch', file=sys.stderr) print('Failback to {}'.format(foreign_shell), file=sys.stderr) os.execlp(foreign_shell, foreign_shell) else: raise err
[docs]def main(argv=None): args = None try: args = premain(argv) return main_xonsh(args) except Exception as err: _failback_to_other_shells(args, err)
[docs]def main_xonsh(args): """Main entry point for xonsh cli.""" if not ON_WINDOWS: def func_sig_ttin_ttou(n, f): pass signal.signal(signal.SIGTTIN, func_sig_ttin_ttou) signal.signal(signal.SIGTTOU, func_sig_ttin_ttou) env = builtins.__xonsh_env__ shell = builtins.__xonsh_shell__ try: if args.mode == XonshMode.interactive: # enter the shell env['XONSH_INTERACTIVE'] = True ignore_sigtstp() if (env['XONSH_INTERACTIVE'] and not env['LOADED_CONFIG'] and not any(os.path.isfile(i) for i in env['XONSHRC'])): print_welcome_screen() try: finally: elif args.mode == XonshMode.single_command: # run a single command and exit run_code_with_cache(args.command.lstrip(), shell.execer, mode='single') elif args.mode == XonshMode.script_from_file: # run a script contained in a file path = os.path.abspath(os.path.expanduser(args.file)) if os.path.isfile(path): sys.argv = [args.file] + args.args env['ARGS'] = sys.argv[:] # $ARGS is not sys.argv env['XONSH_SOURCE'] = path shell.ctx.update({'__file__': args.file, '__name__': '__main__'}) run_script_with_cache(args.file, shell.execer, glb=shell.ctx, loc=None, mode='exec') else: print('xonsh: {0}: No such file or directory.'.format(args.file)) elif args.mode == XonshMode.script_from_stdin: # run a script given on stdin code = run_code_with_cache(code, shell.execer, glb=shell.ctx, loc=None, mode='exec') finally: postmain(args)
[docs]def postmain(args=None): """Teardown for main xonsh entry point, accepts parsed arguments.""" if ON_WINDOWS: setup_win_unicode_console(enable=False) if hasattr(builtins, '__xonsh_shell__'): del builtins.__xonsh_shell__
[docs]def main_context(argv=None): """Generator that runs pre- and post-main() functions. This has two iterations. The first yields the shell. The second returns None but cleans up the shell. """ args = premain(argv) yield builtins.__xonsh_shell__ postmain(args)