Commit 1f1864b4 authored by Simon Glass's avatar Simon Glass

patman: Add a tools library for using temporary files

For tools which want to use input files and temporary output, it is useful
to have the handling of these dealt with in one place. Add a new library
which allows input files to be read, and output files to be written, all
based on a common directory structure.
Signed-off-by: default avatarSimon Glass <sjg@chromium.org>
parent f7a2aeee
#
# Copyright (c) 2016 Google, Inc
#
# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0+
#
import os
import shutil
import tempfile
import tout
outdir = None
indirs = None
preserve_outdir = False
def PrepareOutputDir(dirname, preserve=False):
"""Select an output directory, ensuring it exists.
This either creates a temporary directory or checks that the one supplied
by the user is valid. For a temporary directory, it makes a note to
remove it later if required.
Args:
dirname: a string, name of the output directory to use to store
intermediate and output files. If is None - create a temporary
directory.
preserve: a Boolean. If outdir above is None and preserve is False, the
created temporary directory will be destroyed on exit.
Raises:
OSError: If it cannot create the output directory.
"""
global outdir, preserve_outdir
preserve_outdir = dirname or preserve
if dirname:
outdir = dirname
if not os.path.isdir(outdir):
try:
os.makedirs(outdir)
except OSError as err:
raise CmdError("Cannot make output directory '%s': '%s'" %
(outdir, err.strerror))
tout.Debug("Using output directory '%s'" % outdir)
else:
outdir = tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix='binman.')
tout.Debug("Using temporary directory '%s'" % outdir)
def _RemoveOutputDir():
global outdir
shutil.rmtree(outdir)
tout.Debug("Deleted temporary directory '%s'" % outdir)
outdir = None
def FinaliseOutputDir():
global outdir, preserve_outdir
"""Tidy up: delete output directory if temporary and not preserved."""
if outdir and not preserve_outdir:
_RemoveOutputDir()
def GetOutputFilename(fname):
"""Return a filename within the output directory.
Args:
fname: Filename to use for new file
Returns:
The full path of the filename, within the output directory
"""
return os.path.join(outdir, fname)
def _FinaliseForTest():
"""Remove the output directory (for use by tests)"""
global outdir
if outdir:
_RemoveOutputDir()
def SetInputDirs(dirname):
"""Add a list of input directories, where input files are kept.
Args:
dirname: a list of paths to input directories to use for obtaining
files needed by binman to place in the image.
"""
global indir
indir = dirname
tout.Debug("Using input directories %s" % indir)
def GetInputFilename(fname):
"""Return a filename for use as input.
Args:
fname: Filename to use for new file
Returns:
The full path of the filename, within the input directory
"""
if not indir:
return fname
for dirname in indir:
pathname = os.path.join(dirname, fname)
if os.path.exists(pathname):
return pathname
raise ValueError("Filename '%s' not found in input path (%s)" %
(fname, ','.join(indir)))
def Align(pos, align):
if align:
mask = align - 1
pos = (pos + mask) & ~mask
return pos
def NotPowerOfTwo(num):
return num and (num & (num - 1))
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