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Source code for galaxy.util.hash_util

Utility functions for bi-directional Python version compatibility.  Python 2.5
introduced hashlib which replaced sha in Python 2.4 and previous versions.
from __future__ import absolute_import

import hashlib
import hmac
import logging

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

BLOCK_SIZE = 1024 * 1024

sha1 = hashlib.sha1
sha256 = hashlib.sha256
sha = sha1
md5 = hashlib.md5

def memory_bound_hexdigest(hash_func, path=None, file=None):
    hasher = hash_func()
    if file is None:
        assert path is not None
        file = open(path, "rb")
        assert path is None, "Cannot specify path and path keyword arguments."

        for block in iter(lambda: file.read(BLOCK_SIZE), b''):
        return hasher.hexdigest()

def md5_hash_file(path):
    Return a md5 hashdigest for a file or None if path could not be read.
    hasher = hashlib.md5()
        with open(path, 'rb') as afile:
            buf = afile.read()
            return hasher.hexdigest()
    except IOError:
        # This may happen if path has been deleted
        return None

[docs]def new_secure_hash(text_type=None): """ Returns either a sha1 hash object (if called with no arguments), or a hexdigest of the sha1 hash of the argument `text_type`. """ if text_type: return sha1(text_type).hexdigest() else: return sha1()
[docs]def hmac_new(key, value): return hmac.new(key, value, sha).hexdigest()
[docs]def is_hashable(value): try: hash(value) except Exception: return False return True
__all__ = ('md5', 'hashlib', 'sha1', 'sha', 'new_secure_hash', 'hmac_new', 'is_hashable')