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Source code for galaxy.tools.evaluation

import io
import json
import logging
import os
import tempfile

from six import string_types

from galaxy import model
from galaxy.model.none_like import NoneDataset
from galaxy.tools import global_tool_errors
from galaxy.tools.parameters import (
    visit_input_values,
    wrapped_json,
)
from galaxy.tools.parameters.basic import (
    DataCollectionToolParameter,
    DataToolParameter,
    SelectToolParameter,
)
from galaxy.tools.parameters.grouping import (
    Conditional,
    Repeat,
    Section
)
from galaxy.tools.wrappers import (
    DatasetCollectionWrapper,
    DatasetFilenameWrapper,
    DatasetListWrapper,
    ElementIdentifierMapper,
    InputValueWrapper,
    RawObjectWrapper,
    SelectToolParameterWrapper,
    ToolParameterValueWrapper,
)
from galaxy.util import (
    find_instance_nested,
    safe_makedirs,
    unicodify,
)
from galaxy.util.bunch import Bunch
from galaxy.util.object_wrapper import wrap_with_safe_string
from galaxy.util.template import fill_template
from galaxy.work.context import WorkRequestContext

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)


[docs]class ToolEvaluator(object): """ An abstraction linking together a tool and a job runtime to evaluate tool inputs in an isolated, testable manner. """
[docs] def __init__(self, app, tool, job, local_working_directory): self.app = app self.job = job self.tool = tool self.local_working_directory = local_working_directory
[docs] def set_compute_environment(self, compute_environment, get_special=None): """ Setup the compute environment and established the outline of the param_dict for evaluating command and config cheetah templates. """ self.compute_environment = compute_environment job = self.job incoming = dict([(p.name, p.value) for p in job.parameters]) incoming = self.tool.params_from_strings(incoming, self.app) # Full parameter validation request_context = WorkRequestContext(app=self.app, user=self._user, history=self._history) def validate_inputs(input, value, context, **kwargs): value = input.from_json(value, request_context, context) input.validate(value, request_context) visit_input_values(self.tool.inputs, incoming, validate_inputs) # Restore input / output data lists inp_data, out_data, out_collections = job.io_dicts() if get_special: # Set up output dataset association for export history jobs. Because job # uses a Dataset rather than an HDA or LDA, it's necessary to set up a # fake dataset association that provides the needed attributes for # preparing a job. class FakeDatasetAssociation (object): fake_dataset_association = True def __init__(self, dataset=None): self.dataset = dataset self.file_name = dataset.file_name self.metadata = dict() special = get_special() if special: out_data["output_file"] = FakeDatasetAssociation(dataset=special.dataset) # These can be passed on the command line if wanted as $__user_*__ incoming.update(model.User.user_template_environment(job.history and job.history.user)) # Build params, done before hook so hook can use param_dict = self.build_param_dict( incoming, inp_data, out_data, output_collections=out_collections, ) # Certain tools require tasks to be completed prior to job execution # ( this used to be performed in the "exec_before_job" hook, but hooks are deprecated ). self.tool.exec_before_job(self.app, inp_data, out_data, param_dict) # Run the before queue ("exec_before_job") hook self.tool.call_hook('exec_before_job', self.app, inp_data=inp_data, out_data=out_data, tool=self.tool, param_dict=incoming) self.param_dict = param_dict
[docs] def build_param_dict(self, incoming, input_datasets, output_datasets, output_collections): """ Build the dictionary of parameters for substituting into the command line. Each value is wrapped in a `InputValueWrapper`, which allows all the attributes of the value to be used in the template, *but* when the __str__ method is called it actually calls the `to_param_dict_string` method of the associated input. """ compute_environment = self.compute_environment job_working_directory = compute_environment.working_directory() param_dict = dict() def input(): raise SyntaxError("Unbound variable input.") # Don't let $input hang Python evaluation process. param_dict["input"] = input param_dict['__datatypes_config__'] = param_dict['GALAXY_DATATYPES_CONF_FILE'] = os.path.join(job_working_directory, 'registry.xml') if self._history: param_dict['__history_id__'] = self.app.security.encode_id(self._history.id) param_dict['__galaxy_url__'] = self.compute_environment.galaxy_url() param_dict.update(self.tool.template_macro_params) # All parameters go into the param_dict param_dict.update(incoming) self.__populate_wrappers(param_dict, input_datasets, job_working_directory) self.__populate_input_dataset_wrappers(param_dict, input_datasets) self.__populate_output_dataset_wrappers(param_dict, output_datasets, job_working_directory) self.__populate_output_collection_wrappers(param_dict, output_collections, job_working_directory) self.__populate_unstructured_path_rewrites(param_dict) # Call param dict sanitizer, before non-job params are added, as we don't want to sanitize filenames. self.__sanitize_param_dict(param_dict) # Parameters added after this line are not sanitized self.__populate_non_job_params(param_dict) # Populate and store templated InteractiveTools values self.__populate_interactivetools(param_dict) # Return the dictionary of parameters return param_dict
def __walk_inputs(self, inputs, input_values, func): def do_walk(inputs, input_values): """ Wraps parameters as neccesary. """ for input in inputs.values(): if isinstance(input, Repeat): for d in input_values[input.name]: do_walk(input.inputs, d) elif isinstance(input, Conditional): values = input_values[input.name] current = values["__current_case__"] func(values, input.test_param) do_walk(input.cases[current].inputs, values) elif isinstance(input, Section): values = input_values[input.name] do_walk(input.inputs, values) else: func(input_values, input) do_walk(inputs, input_values) def __populate_wrappers(self, param_dict, input_datasets, job_working_directory): def wrap_input(input_values, input): value = input_values[input.name] if isinstance(input, DataToolParameter) and input.multiple: dataset_instances = DatasetListWrapper.to_dataset_instances(value) input_values[input.name] = \ DatasetListWrapper(job_working_directory, dataset_instances, compute_environment=self.compute_environment, datatypes_registry=self.app.datatypes_registry, tool=self.tool, name=input.name, formats=input.formats) elif isinstance(input, DataToolParameter): # FIXME: We're populating param_dict with conversions when # wrapping values, this should happen as a separate # step before wrapping (or call this wrapping step # something more generic) (but iterating this same # list twice would be wasteful) # Add explicit conversions by name to current parent for conversion_name, conversion_extensions, conversion_datatypes in input.conversions: # If we are at building cmdline step, then converters # have already executed conv_ext, converted_dataset = input_values[input.name].find_conversion_destination(conversion_datatypes) # When dealing with optional inputs, we'll provide a # valid extension to be used for None converted dataset if not conv_ext: conv_ext = conversion_extensions[0] # input_values[ input.name ] is None when optional # dataset, 'conversion' of optional dataset should # create wrapper around NoneDataset for converter output if input_values[input.name] and not converted_dataset: # Input that converter is based from has a value, # but converted dataset does not exist raise Exception('A path for explicit datatype conversion has not been found: %s --/--> %s' % (input_values[input.name].extension, conversion_extensions)) else: # Trick wrapper into using target conv ext (when # None) without actually being a tool parameter input_values[conversion_name] = \ DatasetFilenameWrapper(converted_dataset, datatypes_registry=self.app.datatypes_registry, tool=Bunch(conversion_name=Bunch(extensions=conv_ext)), name=conversion_name) # Wrap actual input dataset dataset = input_values[input.name] wrapper_kwds = dict( datatypes_registry=self.app.datatypes_registry, tool=self, name=input.name, compute_environment=self.compute_environment ) element_identifier = element_identifier_mapper.identifier(dataset, param_dict) if element_identifier: wrapper_kwds["identifier"] = element_identifier input_values[input.name] = \ DatasetFilenameWrapper(dataset, **wrapper_kwds) elif isinstance(input, DataCollectionToolParameter): dataset_collection = value wrapper_kwds = dict( datatypes_registry=self.app.datatypes_registry, compute_environment=self.compute_environment, tool=self, name=input.name ) wrapper = DatasetCollectionWrapper( job_working_directory, dataset_collection, **wrapper_kwds ) input_values[input.name] = wrapper elif isinstance(input, SelectToolParameter): input_values[input.name] = SelectToolParameterWrapper( input, value, other_values=param_dict, compute_environment=self.compute_environment) else: input_values[input.name] = InputValueWrapper( input, value, param_dict) # HACK: only wrap if check_values is not false, this deals with external # tools where the inputs don't even get passed through. These # tools (e.g. UCSC) should really be handled in a special way. if self.tool.check_values: element_identifier_mapper = ElementIdentifierMapper(input_datasets) self.__walk_inputs(self.tool.inputs, param_dict, wrap_input) def __populate_input_dataset_wrappers(self, param_dict, input_datasets): # TODO: Update this method for dataset collections? Need to test. -John. # FIXME: when self.check_values==True, input datasets are being wrapped # twice (above and below, creating 2 separate # DatasetFilenameWrapper objects - first is overwritten by # second), is this necessary? - if we get rid of this way to # access children, can we stop this redundancy, or is there # another reason for this? # - Only necessary when self.check_values is False (==external dataset # tool?: can this be abstracted out as part of being a datasouce tool?) # For now we try to not wrap unnecessarily, but this should be untangled at some point. for name, data in input_datasets.items(): param_dict_value = param_dict.get(name, None) if data and param_dict_value is None: # We may have a nested parameter that is not fully prefixed. # We try recovering from param_dict, but tool authors should really use fully-qualified # variables wrappers = find_instance_nested(param_dict, instances=(DatasetFilenameWrapper, DatasetListWrapper), match_key=name) if len(wrappers) == 1: wrapper = wrappers[0] param_dict[name] = wrapper continue if not isinstance(param_dict_value, (DatasetFilenameWrapper, DatasetListWrapper)): wrapper_kwds = dict( datatypes_registry=self.app.datatypes_registry, tool=self, name=name, compute_environment=self.compute_environment, ) param_dict[name] = DatasetFilenameWrapper(data, **wrapper_kwds) def __populate_output_collection_wrappers(self, param_dict, output_collections, job_working_directory): tool = self.tool for name, out_collection in output_collections.items(): if name not in tool.output_collections: continue # message_template = "Name [%s] not found in tool.output_collections %s" # message = message_template % ( name, tool.output_collections ) # raise AssertionError( message ) wrapper_kwds = dict( datatypes_registry=self.app.datatypes_registry, compute_environment=self.compute_environment, tool=tool, name=name ) wrapper = DatasetCollectionWrapper( job_working_directory, out_collection, **wrapper_kwds ) param_dict[name] = wrapper # TODO: Handle nested collections... output_def = tool.output_collections[name] for element_identifier, output_def in output_def.outputs.items(): if not output_def.implicit: dataset_wrapper = wrapper[element_identifier] param_dict[output_def.name] = dataset_wrapper log.info("Updating param_dict for %s with %s" % (output_def.name, dataset_wrapper)) def __populate_output_dataset_wrappers(self, param_dict, output_datasets, job_working_directory): for name, hda in output_datasets.items(): # Write outputs to the working directory (for security purposes) # if desired. param_dict[name] = DatasetFilenameWrapper(hda, compute_environment=self.compute_environment, io_type="output") output_path = str(param_dict[name]) # Conditionally create empty output: # - may already exist (e.g. symlink output) # - parent directory might not exist (e.g. Pulsar) if not os.path.exists(output_path) and os.path.exists(os.path.dirname(output_path)): open(output_path, 'w').close() # Provide access to a path to store additional files # TODO: move compute path logic into compute environment, move setting files_path # logic into DatasetFilenameWrapper. Currently this sits in the middle and glues # stuff together inconsistently with the way the rest of path rewriting works. store_by = getattr(hda.dataset.object_store, "store_by", "id") file_name = "dataset_%s_files" % getattr(hda.dataset, store_by) param_dict[name].files_path = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(job_working_directory, file_name)) for out_name, output in self.tool.outputs.items(): if out_name not in param_dict and output.filters: # Assume the reason we lack this output is because a filter # failed to pass; for tool writing convienence, provide a # NoneDataset ext = getattr(output, "format", None) # populate only for output datasets (not collections) param_dict[out_name] = NoneDataset(datatypes_registry=self.app.datatypes_registry, ext=ext) def __populate_non_job_params(self, param_dict): # -- Add useful attributes/functions for use in creating command line. # Function for querying a data table. def get_data_table_entry(table_name, query_attr, query_val, return_attr): """ Queries and returns an entry in a data table. """ if table_name in self.app.tool_data_tables: return self.app.tool_data_tables[table_name].get_entry(query_attr, query_val, return_attr) param_dict['__tool_directory__'] = self.compute_environment.tool_directory() param_dict['__get_data_table_entry__'] = get_data_table_entry param_dict['__local_working_directory__'] = self.local_working_directory # We add access to app here, this allows access to app.config, etc param_dict['__app__'] = RawObjectWrapper(self.app) # More convienent access to app.config.new_file_path; we don't need to # wrap a string, but this method of generating additional datasets # should be considered DEPRECATED param_dict['__new_file_path__'] = self.compute_environment.new_file_path() # The following points to location (xxx.loc) files which are pointers # to locally cached data param_dict['__tool_data_path__'] = param_dict['GALAXY_DATA_INDEX_DIR'] = self.app.config.tool_data_path # For the upload tool, we need to know the root directory and the # datatypes conf path, so we can load the datatypes registry param_dict['__root_dir__'] = param_dict['GALAXY_ROOT_DIR'] = os.path.abspath(self.app.config.root) param_dict['__admin_users__'] = self.app.config.admin_users param_dict['__user__'] = RawObjectWrapper(param_dict.get('__user__', None)) def __populate_unstructured_path_rewrites(self, param_dict): def rewrite_unstructured_paths(input_values, input): if isinstance(input, SelectToolParameter): input_values[input.name] = SelectToolParameterWrapper( input, input_values[input.name], other_values=param_dict, compute_environment=self.compute_environment) if not self.tool.check_values and self.compute_environment: # The tools weren't "wrapped" yet, but need to be in order to get # the paths rewritten. self.__walk_inputs(self.tool.inputs, param_dict, rewrite_unstructured_paths) def __populate_interactivetools(self, param_dict): """ Populate InteractiveTools templated values. """ it = [] for ep in getattr(self.tool, 'ports', []): ep_dict = {} for key in 'port', 'name', 'url': val = ep.get(key, None) if val is not None: val = fill_template(val, context=param_dict, python_template_version=self.tool.python_template_version) clean_val = [] for line in val.split('\n'): clean_val.append(line.strip()) val = '\n'.join(clean_val) val = val.replace("\n", " ").replace("\r", " ").strip() ep_dict[key] = val it.append(ep_dict) self.interactivetools = it it_man = getattr(self.app, "interactivetool_manager", None) if it_man: it_man.create_interactivetool(self.job, self.tool, it) return it def __sanitize_param_dict(self, param_dict): """ Sanitize all values that will be substituted on the command line, with the exception of ToolParameterValueWrappers, which already have their own specific sanitization rules and also exclude special-cased named values. We will only examine the first level for values to skip; the wrapping function will recurse as necessary. Note: this method follows the style of the similar populate calls, in that param_dict is modified in-place. """ # chromInfo is a filename, do not sanitize it. skip = ['chromInfo'] + list(self.tool.template_macro_params.keys()) if not self.tool or not self.tool.options or self.tool.options.sanitize: for key, value in list(param_dict.items()): if key not in skip: # Remove key so that new wrapped object will occupy key slot del param_dict[key] # And replace with new wrapped key param_dict[wrap_with_safe_string(key, no_wrap_classes=ToolParameterValueWrapper)] = wrap_with_safe_string(value, no_wrap_classes=ToolParameterValueWrapper)
[docs] def build(self): """ Build runtime description of job to execute, evaluate command and config templates corresponding to this tool with these inputs on this compute environment. """ self.extra_filenames = [] self.command_line = None try: self.__build_config_files() except Exception as e: # capture and log parsing errors global_tool_errors.add_error(self.tool.config_file, "Building Config Files", e) raise e try: self.__build_param_file() except Exception as e: # capture and log parsing errors global_tool_errors.add_error(self.tool.config_file, "Building Param File", e) raise e try: self.__build_command_line() except Exception as e: # capture and log parsing errors global_tool_errors.add_error(self.tool.config_file, "Building Command Line", e) raise e try: self.__build_environment_variables() except Exception as e: global_tool_errors.add_error(self.tool.config_file, "Building Environment Variables", e) raise e return self.command_line, self.extra_filenames, self.environment_variables
def __build_command_line(self): """ Build command line to invoke this tool given a populated param_dict """ command = self.tool.command param_dict = self.param_dict interpreter = self.tool.interpreter command_line = None if not command: return try: # Substituting parameters into the command command_line = fill_template(command, context=param_dict, python_template_version=self.tool.python_template_version) cleaned_command_line = [] # Remove leading and trailing whitespace from each line for readability. for line in command_line.split('\n'): cleaned_command_line.append(line.strip()) command_line = '\n'.join(cleaned_command_line) # Remove newlines from command line, and any leading/trailing white space command_line = command_line.replace("\n", " ").replace("\r", " ").strip() except Exception: # Modify exception message to be more clear # e.args = ( 'Error substituting into command line. Params: %r, Command: %s' % ( param_dict, self.command ), ) raise if interpreter: # TODO: path munging for cluster/dataset server relocatability executable = command_line.split()[0] tool_dir = os.path.abspath(self.tool.tool_dir) abs_executable = os.path.join(tool_dir, executable) command_line = command_line.replace(executable, abs_executable, 1) command_line = interpreter + " " + command_line self.command_line = command_line def __build_config_files(self): """ Build temporary file for file based parameter transfer if needed """ param_dict = self.param_dict config_filenames = [] for name, filename, content in self.tool.config_files: config_text, is_template = self.__build_config_file_text(content) # If a particular filename was forced by the config use it directory = os.path.join(self.local_working_directory, "configs") if not os.path.exists(directory): os.makedirs(directory) if filename is not None: config_filename = os.path.join(directory, filename) else: fd, config_filename = tempfile.mkstemp(dir=directory) os.close(fd) self.__write_workdir_file(config_filename, config_text, param_dict, is_template=is_template) self.__register_extra_file(name, config_filename) config_filenames.append(config_filename) return config_filenames def __build_environment_variables(self): param_dict = self.param_dict environment_variables = [] for environment_variable_def in self.tool.environment_variables: directory = self.local_working_directory environment_variable = environment_variable_def.copy() environment_variable_template = environment_variable_def["template"] inject = environment_variable_def.get("inject") if inject == "api_key": if self._user: from galaxy.managers import api_keys environment_variable_template = api_keys.ApiKeyManager(self.app).get_or_create_api_key(self._user) else: environment_variable_template = "" is_template = False else: is_template = True fd, config_filename = tempfile.mkstemp(dir=directory) os.close(fd) self.__write_workdir_file(config_filename, environment_variable_template, param_dict, is_template=is_template, strip=environment_variable_def.get("strip", False)) config_file_basename = os.path.basename(config_filename) # environment setup in job file template happens before `cd $working_directory` environment_variable["value"] = '`cat "$_GALAXY_JOB_DIR/%s"`' % config_file_basename environment_variable["raw"] = True environment_variables.append(environment_variable) home_dir = self.compute_environment.home_directory() tmp_dir = self.compute_environment.tmp_directory() if home_dir: environment_variable = dict(name="HOME", value='"%s"' % home_dir, raw=True) environment_variables.append(environment_variable) if tmp_dir: for tmp_directory_var in self.tool.tmp_directory_vars: environment_variable = dict(name=tmp_directory_var, value='"%s"' % tmp_dir, raw=True) environment_variables.append(environment_variable) self.environment_variables = environment_variables return environment_variables def __build_param_file(self): """ Build temporary file for file based parameter transfer if needed """ param_dict = self.param_dict directory = self.local_working_directory command = self.tool.command if self.tool.profile < 16.04 and command and "$param_file" in command: fd, param_filename = tempfile.mkstemp(dir=directory) os.close(fd) f = open(param_filename, "w") for key, value in param_dict.items(): # parameters can be strings or lists of strings, coerce to list if not isinstance(value, list): value = [value] for elem in value: f.write('%s=%s\n' % (key, elem)) f.close() self.__register_extra_file('param_file', param_filename) return param_filename else: return None def __build_config_file_text(self, content): if isinstance(content, string_types): return content, True content_format = content["format"] handle_files = content["handle_files"] if content_format != "json": template = "Galaxy can only currently convert inputs to json, format [%s] is unhandled" message = template % content_format raise Exception(message) return json.dumps(wrapped_json.json_wrap(self.tool.inputs, self.param_dict, handle_files=handle_files)), False def __write_workdir_file(self, config_filename, content, context, is_template=True, strip=False): parent_dir = os.path.dirname(config_filename) if not os.path.exists(parent_dir): safe_makedirs(parent_dir) if is_template: value = fill_template(content, context=context, python_template_version=self.tool.python_template_version) else: value = unicodify(content) if strip: value = value.strip() with io.open(config_filename, "w", encoding='utf-8') as f: f.write(value) # For running jobs as the actual user, ensure the config file is globally readable os.chmod(config_filename, 0o644) def __register_extra_file(self, name, local_config_path): """ Takes in the local path to a config file and registers the (potentially remote) ultimate path of the config file with the parameter dict. """ self.extra_filenames.append(local_config_path) config_basename = os.path.basename(local_config_path) compute_config_path = self.__join_for_compute(self.compute_environment.config_directory(), config_basename) self.param_dict[name] = compute_config_path def __join_for_compute(self, *args): """ os.path.join but with compute_environment.sep for cross-platform compat. """ return self.compute_environment.sep().join(args) @property def _history(self): return self.job.history @property def _user(self): history = self._history return history and history.user