Source code for spack.main

# Copyright 2013-2022 Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC and other
# Spack Project Developers. See the top-level COPYRIGHT file for details.
# SPDX-License-Identifier: (Apache-2.0 OR MIT)

"""This is the implementation of the Spack command line executable.

In a normal Spack installation, this is invoked from the bin/spack script
after the system path is set up.
from __future__ import print_function

import argparse
import inspect
import operator
import os
import os.path
import pstats
import re
import signal
import sys
import traceback
import warnings

from six import StringIO

import archspec.cpu

import llnl.util.filesystem as fs
import llnl.util.lang
import llnl.util.tty as tty
import llnl.util.tty.colify
import llnl.util.tty.color as color
from llnl.util.tty.log import log_output

import spack
import spack.cmd
import spack.config
import spack.environment as ev
import spack.modules
import spack.paths
import spack.platforms
import spack.repo
import spack.solver.asp
import spack.spec
import spack.util.debug
import spack.util.environment
import spack.util.executable as exe
import spack.util.path
from spack.error import SpackError

#: names of profile statistics
stat_names = pstats.Stats.sort_arg_dict_default

#: top-level aliases for Spack commands
aliases = {
    'rm': 'remove'

#: help levels in order of detail (i.e., number of commands shown)
levels = ['short', 'long']

#: intro text for help at different levels
intro_by_level = {
    'short': 'These are common spack commands:',
    'long':  'Complete list of spack commands:',

#: control top-level spack options shown in basic vs. advanced help
options_by_level = {
    'short': ['h', 'k', 'V', 'color'],
    'long': 'all'

#: Longer text for each section, to show in help
section_descriptions = {
    'admin':       'administration',
    'basic':       'query packages',
    'build':       'build packages',
    'config':      'configuration',
    'developer':   'developer',
    'environment': 'environment',
    'extensions':  'extensions',
    'help':        'more help',
    'packaging':   'create packages',
    'system':      'system',

#: preferential command order for some sections (e.g., build pipeline is
#: in execution order, not alphabetical)
section_order = {
    'basic': ['list', 'info', 'find'],
    'build': ['fetch', 'stage', 'patch', 'configure', 'build', 'restage',
              'install', 'uninstall', 'clean'],
    'packaging': ['create', 'edit']

#: Properties that commands are required to set.
required_command_properties = ['level', 'section', 'description']

#: Recorded directory where spack command was originally invoked
spack_working_dir = None
spack_ld_library_path = os.environ.get('LD_LIBRARY_PATH', '')

[docs]def set_working_dir(): """Change the working directory to getcwd, or spack prefix if no cwd.""" global spack_working_dir try: spack_working_dir = os.getcwd() except OSError: os.chdir(spack.paths.prefix) spack_working_dir = spack.paths.prefix
[docs]def add_all_commands(parser): """Add all spack subcommands to the parser.""" for cmd in spack.cmd.all_commands(): parser.add_command(cmd)
[docs]def get_version(): """Get a descriptive version of this instance of Spack. If this is a git repository, and if it is not on a release tag, return a string like: release_version-commits_since_release-commit If we *are* at a release tag, or if this is not a git repo, return the real spack release number (e.g., 0.13.3). """ git_path = os.path.join(spack.paths.prefix, ".git") if os.path.exists(git_path): git = exe.which("git") if git: with fs.working_dir(spack.paths.prefix): desc = git("describe", "--tags", "--match", "v*", output=str, error=os.devnull, fail_on_error=False) if git.returncode == 0: match = re.match(r"v([^-]+)-([^-]+)-g([a-f\d]+)", desc) if match: v, n, commit = match.groups() return "%s-%s-%s" % (v, n, commit) return spack.spack_version
[docs]def index_commands(): """create an index of commands by section for this help level""" index = {} for command in spack.cmd.all_commands(): cmd_module = spack.cmd.get_module(command) # make sure command modules have required properties for p in required_command_properties: prop = getattr(cmd_module, p, None) if not prop: tty.die("Command doesn't define a property '%s': %s" % (p, command)) # add commands to lists for their level and higher levels for level in reversed(levels): level_sections = index.setdefault(level, {}) commands = level_sections.setdefault(cmd_module.section, []) commands.append(command) if level == cmd_module.level: break return index
[docs]class SpackHelpFormatter(argparse.RawTextHelpFormatter): def _format_actions_usage(self, actions, groups): """Formatter with more concise usage strings.""" usage = super( SpackHelpFormatter, self)._format_actions_usage(actions, groups) # Eliminate any occurrence of two or more consecutive spaces usage = re.sub(r'[ ]{2,}', ' ', usage) # compress single-character flags that are not mutually exclusive # at the beginning of the usage string chars = ''.join(re.findall(r'\[-(.)\]', usage)) usage = re.sub(r'\[-.\] ?', '', usage) if chars: usage = '[-%s] %s' % (chars, usage) return usage.strip()
[docs] def add_arguments(self, actions): actions = sorted(actions, key=operator.attrgetter('option_strings')) super(SpackHelpFormatter, self).add_arguments(actions)
[docs]class SpackArgumentParser(argparse.ArgumentParser):
[docs] def format_help_sections(self, level): """Format help on sections for a particular verbosity level. Args: level (str): 'short' or 'long' (more commands shown for long) """ if level not in levels: raise ValueError("level must be one of: %s" % levels) # lazily add all commands to the parser when needed. add_all_commands(self) """Print help on subcommands in neatly formatted sections.""" formatter = self._get_formatter() # Create a list of subcommand actions. Argparse internals are nasty! # Note: you can only call _get_subactions() once. Even nastier! if not hasattr(self, 'actions'): self.actions = self._subparsers._actions[-1]._get_subactions() # make a set of commands not yet added. remaining = set(spack.cmd.all_commands()) def add_group(group): formatter.start_section(group.title) formatter.add_text(group.description) formatter.add_arguments(group._group_actions) formatter.end_section() def add_subcommand_group(title, commands): """Add informational help group for a specific subcommand set.""" cmd_set = set(c for c in commands) # make a dict of commands of interest cmds = dict((a.dest, a) for a in self.actions if a.dest in cmd_set) # add commands to a group in order, and add the group group = argparse._ArgumentGroup(self, title=title) for name in commands: group._add_action(cmds[name]) if name in remaining: remaining.remove(name) add_group(group) # select only the options for the particular level we're showing. show_options = options_by_level[level] if show_options != 'all': opts = dict((opt.option_strings[0].strip('-'), opt) for opt in self._optionals._group_actions) new_actions = [opts[letter] for letter in show_options] self._optionals._group_actions = new_actions # custom, more concise usage for top level help_options = self._optionals._group_actions help_options = help_options + [self._positionals._group_actions[-1]] formatter.add_usage( self.usage, help_options, self._mutually_exclusive_groups) # description formatter.add_text(self.description) # start subcommands formatter.add_text(intro_by_level[level]) # add argument groups based on metadata in commands index = index_commands() sections = index[level] for section in sorted(sections): if section == 'help': continue # Cover help in the epilog. group_description = section_descriptions.get(section, section) to_display = sections[section] commands = [] # add commands whose order we care about first. if section in section_order: commands.extend(cmd for cmd in section_order[section] if cmd in to_display) # add rest in alphabetical order. commands.extend(cmd for cmd in sorted(sections[section]) if cmd not in commands) # add the group to the parser add_subcommand_group(group_description, commands) # optionals add_group(self._optionals) # epilog formatter.add_text("""\ {help}: spack help --all list all commands and options spack help <command> help on a specific command spack help --spec help on the package specification syntax spack docs open in a browser """.format(help=section_descriptions['help'])) # determine help from format above return formatter.format_help()
[docs] def add_subparsers(self, **kwargs): """Ensure that sensible defaults are propagated to subparsers""" kwargs.setdefault('metavar', 'SUBCOMMAND') # From Python 3.7 we can require a subparser, earlier versions # of argparse will error because required=True is unknown if sys.version_info[:2] > (3, 6): kwargs.setdefault('required', True) sp = super(SpackArgumentParser, self).add_subparsers(**kwargs) # This monkey patching is needed for Python 3.5 and 3.6, which support # having a required subparser but don't expose the API used above if sys.version_info[:2] == (3, 5) or sys.version_info[:2] == (3, 6): sp.required = True old_add_parser = sp.add_parser def add_parser(name, **kwargs): kwargs.setdefault('formatter_class', SpackHelpFormatter) return old_add_parser(name, **kwargs) sp.add_parser = add_parser return sp
[docs] def add_command(self, cmd_name): """Add one subcommand to this parser.""" # lazily initialize any subparsers if not hasattr(self, 'subparsers'): # remove the dummy "command" argument. if self._actions[-1].dest == 'command': self._remove_action(self._actions[-1]) self.subparsers = self.add_subparsers(metavar='COMMAND', dest="command") # each command module implements a parser() function, to which we # pass its subparser for setup. module = spack.cmd.get_module(cmd_name) # build a list of aliases alias_list = [k for k, v in aliases.items() if v == cmd_name] subparser = self.subparsers.add_parser( cmd_name, aliases=alias_list, help=module.description, description=module.description) module.setup_parser(subparser) # return the callable function for the command return spack.cmd.get_command(cmd_name)
[docs] def format_help(self, level='short'): if self.prog == 'spack': # use format_help_sections for the main spack parser, but not # for subparsers return self.format_help_sections(level) else: # in subparsers, self.prog is, e.g., 'spack install' return super(SpackArgumentParser, self).format_help()
def _check_value(self, action, value): # converted value must be one of the choices (if specified) if action.choices is not None and value not in action.choices: cols = llnl.util.tty.colify.colified( sorted(action.choices), indent=4, tty=True ) msg = 'invalid choice: %r choose from:\n%s' % (value, cols) raise argparse.ArgumentError(action, msg)
[docs]def make_argument_parser(**kwargs): """Create an basic argument parser without any subcommands added.""" parser = SpackArgumentParser( formatter_class=SpackHelpFormatter, add_help=False, description=( "A flexible package manager that supports multiple versions,\n" "configurations, platforms, and compilers."), **kwargs) # stat names in groups of 7, for nice wrapping. stat_lines = list(zip(*(iter(stat_names),) * 7)) # help message for --show-cores show_cores_help = 'provide additional information on concretization failures\n' show_cores_help += 'off (default): show only the violated rule\n' show_cores_help += 'full: show raw unsat cores from clingo\n' show_cores_help += 'minimized: show subset-minimal unsat cores ' show_cores_help += '(Warning: this may take hours for some specs)' parser.add_argument( '-h', '--help', dest='help', action='store_const', const='short', default=None, help="show this help message and exit") parser.add_argument( '-H', '--all-help', dest='help', action='store_const', const='long', default=None, help="show help for all commands (same as spack help --all)") parser.add_argument( '--color', action='store', default=os.environ.get('SPACK_COLOR', 'auto'), choices=('always', 'never', 'auto'), help="when to colorize output (default: auto)") parser.add_argument( '-c', '--config', default=None, action="append", dest="config_vars", help="add one or more custom, one off config settings.") parser.add_argument( '-C', '--config-scope', dest='config_scopes', action='append', metavar='DIR', help="add a custom configuration scope") parser.add_argument( '-d', '--debug', action='count', default=0, help="write out debug messages " "(more d's for more verbosity: -d, -dd, -ddd, etc.)") parser.add_argument( '--show-cores', choices=["off", "full", "minimized"], default="off", help=show_cores_help) parser.add_argument( '--timestamp', action='store_true', help="Add a timestamp to tty output") parser.add_argument( '--pdb', action='store_true', help="run spack under the pdb debugger") env_group = parser.add_mutually_exclusive_group() env_group.add_argument( '-e', '--env', dest='env', metavar='ENV', action='store', help="run with a specific environment (see spack env)") env_group.add_argument( '-D', '--env-dir', dest='env_dir', metavar='DIR', action='store', help="run with an environment directory (ignore named environments)") env_group.add_argument( '-E', '--no-env', dest='no_env', action='store_true', help="run without any environments activated (see spack env)") parser.add_argument( '--use-env-repo', action='store_true', help="when running in an environment, use its package repository") parser.add_argument( '-k', '--insecure', action='store_true', help="do not check ssl certificates when downloading") parser.add_argument( '-l', '--enable-locks', action='store_true', dest='locks', default=None, help="use filesystem locking (default)") parser.add_argument( '-L', '--disable-locks', action='store_false', dest='locks', help="do not use filesystem locking (unsafe)") parser.add_argument( '-m', '--mock', action='store_true', help="use mock packages instead of real ones") parser.add_argument( '-p', '--profile', action='store_true', dest='spack_profile', help="profile execution using cProfile") parser.add_argument( '--sorted-profile', default=None, metavar="STAT", help="profile and sort by one or more of:\n[%s]" % ',\n '.join([', '.join(line) for line in stat_lines])) parser.add_argument( '--lines', default=20, action='store', help="lines of profile output or 'all' (default: 20)") parser.add_argument( '-v', '--verbose', action='store_true', help="print additional output during builds") parser.add_argument( '--stacktrace', action='store_true', default='SPACK_STACKTRACE' in os.environ, help="add stacktraces to all printed statements") parser.add_argument( '-V', '--version', action='store_true', help='show version number and exit') parser.add_argument( '--print-shell-vars', action='store', help="print info needed by setup-env.[c]sh") return parser
[docs]def send_warning_to_tty(message, *args): """Redirects messages to tty.warn.""" tty.warn(message)
[docs]def setup_main_options(args): """Configure spack globals based on the basic options.""" # Assign a custom function to show warnings warnings.showwarning = send_warning_to_tty # Set up environment based on args. tty.set_verbose(args.verbose) tty.set_debug(args.debug) tty.set_stacktrace(args.stacktrace) # debug must be set first so that it can even affect behavior of # errors raised by spack.config. if args.debug: spack.error.debug = True spack.util.debug.register_interrupt_handler() spack.config.set('config:debug', True, scope='command_line') spack.util.environment.tracing_enabled = True if args.show_cores != "off": # minimize_cores defaults to true, turn it off if we're showing full core # but don't want to wait to minimize it. spack.solver.asp.full_cores = True if args.show_cores == 'full': spack.solver.asp.minimize_cores = False if args.timestamp: tty.set_timestamp(True) # override lock configuration if passed on command line if args.locks is not None: if args.locks is False: spack.util.lock.check_lock_safety(spack.paths.prefix) spack.config.set('config:locks', args.locks, scope='command_line') if args.mock: rp = spack.repo.RepoPath(spack.paths.mock_packages_path) spack.repo.set_path(rp) # If the user asked for it, don't check ssl certs. if args.insecure: tty.warn("You asked for --insecure. Will NOT check SSL certificates.") spack.config.set('config:verify_ssl', False, scope='command_line') # Use the spack config command to handle parsing the config strings for config_var in (args.config_vars or []): spack.config.add(fullpath=config_var, scope="command_line") # when to use color (takes always, auto, or never) color.set_color_when(args.color)
[docs]def allows_unknown_args(command): """Implements really simple argument injection for unknown arguments. Commands may add an optional argument called "unknown args" to indicate they can handle unknonwn args, and we'll pass the unknown args in. """ info = dict(inspect.getmembers(command)) varnames = info['__code__'].co_varnames argcount = info['__code__'].co_argcount return (argcount == 3 and varnames[2] == 'unknown_args')
def _invoke_command(command, parser, args, unknown_args): """Run a spack command *without* setting spack global options.""" if allows_unknown_args(command): return_val = command(parser, args, unknown_args) else: if unknown_args: tty.die('unrecognized arguments: %s' % ' '.join(unknown_args)) return_val = command(parser, args) # Allow commands to return and error code if they want return 0 if return_val is None else return_val
[docs]class SpackCommand(object): """Callable object that invokes a spack command (for testing). Example usage:: install = SpackCommand('install') install('-v', 'mpich') Use this to invoke Spack commands directly from Python and check their output. """ def __init__(self, command_name): """Create a new SpackCommand that invokes ``command_name`` when called. Args: command_name (str): name of the command to invoke """ self.parser = make_argument_parser() self.command = self.parser.add_command(command_name) self.command_name = command_name def __call__(self, *argv, **kwargs): """Invoke this SpackCommand. Args: argv (list): command line arguments. Keyword Args: fail_on_error (optional bool): Don't raise an exception on error global_args (optional list): List of global spack arguments: simulates ``spack [global_args] [command] [*argv]`` Returns: (str): combined output and error as a string On return, if ``fail_on_error`` is False, return value of command is set in ``returncode`` property, and the error is set in the ``error`` property. Otherwise, raise an error. """ # set these before every call to clear them out self.returncode = None self.error = None prepend = kwargs['global_args'] if 'global_args' in kwargs else [] args, unknown = self.parser.parse_known_args( prepend + [self.command_name] + list(argv)) fail_on_error = kwargs.get('fail_on_error', True) out = StringIO() try: with log_output(out): self.returncode = _invoke_command( self.command, self.parser, args, unknown) except SystemExit as e: self.returncode = e.code except BaseException as e: tty.debug(e) self.error = e if fail_on_error: self._log_command_output(out) raise if fail_on_error and self.returncode not in (None, 0): self._log_command_output(out) raise SpackCommandError( "Command exited with code %d: %s(%s)" % ( self.returncode, self.command_name, ', '.join("'%s'" % a for a in argv))) return out.getvalue() def _log_command_output(self, out): if tty.is_verbose(): fmt = self.command_name + ': {0}' for ln in out.getvalue().split('\n'): if len(ln) > 0: tty.verbose(fmt.format(ln.replace('==> ', '')))
def _profile_wrapper(command, parser, args, unknown_args): import cProfile try: nlines = int(args.lines) except ValueError: if args.lines != 'all': tty.die('Invalid number for --lines: %s' % args.lines) nlines = -1 # allow comma-separated list of fields sortby = ['time'] if args.sorted_profile: sortby = args.sorted_profile.split(',') for stat in sortby: if stat not in stat_names: tty.die("Invalid sort field: %s" % stat) try: # make a profiler and run the code. pr = cProfile.Profile() pr.enable() return _invoke_command(command, parser, args, unknown_args) finally: pr.disable() # print out profile stats. stats = pstats.Stats(pr) stats.sort_stats(*sortby) stats.print_stats(nlines) @llnl.util.lang.memoized def _compatible_sys_types(): """Return a list of all the platform-os-target tuples compatible with the current host. """ host_platform = host_os = str(host_platform.operating_system('default_os')) host_target = compatible_targets = [host_target] + host_target.ancestors compatible_archs = [ str(spack.spec.ArchSpec((str(host_platform), host_os, str(target)))) for target in compatible_targets ] return compatible_archs def _main(argv=None): """Logic for the main entry point for the Spack command. ``main()`` calls ``_main()`` and catches any errors that emerge. ``_main()`` handles: 1. Parsing arguments; 2. Setting up configuration; and 3. Finding and executing a Spack command. Args: argv (list or None): command line arguments, NOT including the executable name. If None, parses from ``sys.argv``. """ # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # main() is tricky to get right, so be careful where you put things. # # Things in this first part of `main()` should *not* require any # configuration. This doesn't include much -- setting up th parser, # restoring some key environment variables, very simple CLI options, etc. # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # Create a parser with a simple positional argument first. We'll # lazily load the subcommand(s) we need later. This allows us to # avoid loading all the modules from spack.cmd when we don't need # them, which reduces startup latency. parser = make_argument_parser() parser.add_argument('command', nargs=argparse.REMAINDER) args, unknown = parser.parse_known_args(argv) # Recover stored LD_LIBRARY_PATH variables from spack shell function # This is necessary because MacOS System Integrity Protection clears # (DY?)LD_LIBRARY_PATH variables on process start. # Spack clears these variables before building and installing packages, # but needs to know the prior state for commands like `spack load` and # `spack env activate that modify the user environment. recovered_vars = ( 'LD_LIBRARY_PATH', 'DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH', 'DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH' ) for var in recovered_vars: stored_var_name = 'SPACK_%s' % var if stored_var_name in os.environ: os.environ[var] = os.environ[stored_var_name] # Just print help and exit if run with no arguments at all no_args = (len(sys.argv) == 1) if argv is None else (len(argv) == 0) if no_args: parser.print_help() return 1 # -h, -H, and -V are special as they do not require a command, but # all the other options do nothing without a command. if args.version: print(get_version()) return 0 elif sys.stdout.write(parser.format_help( return 0 # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # This part of the `main()` sets up Spack's configuration. # # We set command line options (like --debug), then command line config # scopes, then environment configuration here. # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # ensure options on spack command come before everything setup_main_options(args) # make spack.config aware of any command line configuration scopes if args.config_scopes: spack.config.command_line_scopes = args.config_scopes # activate an environment if one was specified on the command line env_format_error = None if not args.no_env: try: env = spack.cmd.find_environment(args) if env: ev.activate(env, args.use_env_repo) except spack.config.ConfigFormatError as e: # print the context but delay this exception so that commands like # `spack config edit` can still work with a bad environment. e.print_context() env_format_error = e # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # Things that require configuration should go below here # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ if args.print_shell_vars: print_setup_info(*args.print_shell_vars.split(',')) return 0 # At this point we've considered all the options to spack itself, so we # need a command or we're done. if not args.command: parser.print_help() return 1 # Try to load the particular command the caller asked for. cmd_name = args.command[0] cmd_name = aliases.get(cmd_name, cmd_name) command = parser.add_command(cmd_name) # Re-parse with the proper sub-parser added. args, unknown = parser.parse_known_args() # Now that we know what command this is and what its args are, determine # whether we can continue with a bad environment and raise if not. if env_format_error: subcommand = getattr(args, "config_command", None) if (cmd_name, subcommand) != ("config", "edit"): raise env_format_error # many operations will fail without a working directory. set_working_dir() # now we can actually execute the command. if args.spack_profile or args.sorted_profile: _profile_wrapper(command, parser, args, unknown) elif args.pdb: import pdb pdb.runctx('_invoke_command(command, parser, args, unknown)', globals(), locals()) return 0 else: return _invoke_command(command, parser, args, unknown)
[docs]def main(argv=None): """This is the entry point for the Spack command. ``main()`` itself is just an error handler -- it handles errors for everything in Spack that makes it to the top level. The logic is all in ``_main()``. Args: argv (list or None): command line arguments, NOT including the executable name. If None, parses from sys.argv. """ try: return _main(argv) except SpackError as e: tty.debug(e) e.die() # gracefully die on any SpackErrors except KeyboardInterrupt: if spack.config.get('config:debug'): raise sys.stderr.write('\n') tty.error("Keyboard interrupt.") if sys.version_info >= (3, 5): return signal.SIGINT.value else: return signal.SIGINT except SystemExit as e: if spack.config.get('config:debug'): traceback.print_exc() return e.code except Exception as e: if spack.config.get('config:debug'): raise tty.error(e) return 3
[docs]class SpackCommandError(Exception): """Raised when SpackCommand execution fails."""