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Source code for galaxy.datatypes.data

from __future__ import absolute_import

import abc
import logging
import mimetypes
import os
import shutil
import string
import tempfile
import zipfile
from inspect import isclass

import six
import webob.exc
from markupsafe import escape

from galaxy import util
from galaxy.datatypes.metadata import MetadataElement  # import directly to maintain ease of use in Datatype class definitions
from galaxy.datatypes.sniff import build_sniff_from_prefix
from galaxy.util import (
from galaxy.util.bunch import Bunch
from galaxy.util.odict import odict
from galaxy.util.sanitize_html import sanitize_html
from . import (

    'image/svg+xml',  # Unfiltered by Galaxy and may contain JS that would be executed by some browsers.
    'application/xml',  # Some browsers will evalute SVG embedded JS in such XML documents.
DEFAULT_MIME_TYPE = 'text/plain'  # Vulnerable mime types will be replaced with this.

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Valid first column and strand column values vor bed, other formats
col1_startswith = ['chr', 'chl', 'groupun', 'reftig_', 'scaffold', 'super_', 'vcho']
valid_strand = ['+', '-', '.']

DOWNLOAD_FILENAME_PATTERN_DATASET = "Galaxy${hid}-[${name}].${ext}"
DOWNLOAD_FILENAME_PATTERN_COLLECTION_ELEMENT = "Galaxy${hdca_hid}-[${hdca_name}__${element_identifier}].${ext}"

[docs]class DataMeta(abc.ABCMeta): """ Metaclass for Data class. Sets up metadata spec. """
[docs] def __init__(cls, name, bases, dict_): cls.metadata_spec = metadata.MetadataSpecCollection() for base in bases: # loop through bases (class/types) of cls if hasattr(base, "metadata_spec"): # base of class Data (object) has no metadata cls.metadata_spec.update(base.metadata_spec) # add contents of metadata spec of base class to cls metadata.Statement.process(cls)
[docs]@six.add_metaclass(DataMeta) @dataproviders.decorators.has_dataproviders class Data(object): """ Base class for all datatypes. Implements basic interfaces as well as class methods for metadata. >>> class DataTest( Data ): ... MetadataElement( name="test" ) ... >>> DataTest.metadata_spec.test.name 'test' >>> DataTest.metadata_spec.test.desc 'test' >>> type( DataTest.metadata_spec.test.param ) <class 'galaxy.model.metadata.MetadataParameter'> """ edam_data = "data_0006" edam_format = "format_1915" file_ext = 'data' # Data is not chunkable by default. CHUNKABLE = False #: Dictionary of metadata fields for this datatype metadata_spec = None # Add metadata elements MetadataElement(name="dbkey", desc="Database/Build", default="?", param=metadata.DBKeyParameter, multiple=False, no_value="?") # Stores the set of display applications, and viewing methods, supported by this datatype supported_display_apps = {} # If False, the peek is regenerated whenever a dataset of this type is copied copy_safe_peek = True # The dataset contains binary data --> do not space_to_tab or convert newlines, etc. # Allow binary file uploads of this type when True. is_binary = True # Allow user to change between this datatype and others. If False, this datatype # cannot be changed from or into. allow_datatype_change = True # Composite datatypes composite_type = None composite_files = odict() primary_file_name = 'index' # A per datatype setting (inherited): max file size (in bytes) for setting optional metadata _max_optional_metadata_filesize = None # Trackster track type. track_type = None # Data sources. data_sources = {}
[docs] def __init__(self, **kwd): """Initialize the datatype""" object.__init__(self, **kwd) self.supported_display_apps = self.supported_display_apps.copy() self.composite_files = self.composite_files.copy() self.display_applications = odict()
[docs] def get_raw_data(self, dataset): """Returns the full data. To stream it open the file_name and read/write as needed""" try: return open(dataset.file_name, 'rb').read(-1) except OSError: log.exception('%s reading a file that does not exist %s', self.__class__.__name__, dataset.file_name) return ''
[docs] def dataset_content_needs_grooming(self, file_name): """This function is called on an output dataset file after the content is initially generated.""" return False
[docs] def groom_dataset_content(self, file_name): """This function is called on an output dataset file if dataset_content_needs_grooming returns True.""" pass
[docs] def init_meta(self, dataset, copy_from=None): # Metadata should be left mostly uninitialized. Dataset will # handle returning default values when metadata is not set. # copy_from allows metadata to be passed in that will be # copied. (although this seems ambiguous, see # Dataset.set_metadata. It always copies the rhs in order to # flag the object as modified for SQLAlchemy. if copy_from: dataset.metadata = copy_from.metadata
[docs] def set_meta(self, dataset, overwrite=True, **kwd): """Unimplemented method, allows guessing of metadata from contents of file""" return True
[docs] def missing_meta(self, dataset, check=[], skip=[]): """ Checks for empty metadata values, Returns True if non-optional metadata is missing Specifying a list of 'check' values will only check those names provided; when used, optionality is ignored Specifying a list of 'skip' items will return True even when a named metadata value is missing """ if check: to_check = ((to_check, dataset.metadata.get(to_check)) for to_check in check) else: to_check = dataset.metadata.items() for key, value in to_check: if key in skip or (not check and dataset.metadata.spec[key].get("optional")): continue # we skip check for optional and nonrequested values here if not value: return True return False
[docs] def set_max_optional_metadata_filesize(self, max_value): try: max_value = int(max_value) except (TypeError, ValueError): return self.__class__._max_optional_metadata_filesize = max_value
[docs] def get_max_optional_metadata_filesize(self): rval = self.__class__._max_optional_metadata_filesize if rval is None: return -1 return rval
max_optional_metadata_filesize = property(get_max_optional_metadata_filesize, set_max_optional_metadata_filesize)
[docs] def set_peek(self, dataset, is_multi_byte=False): """ Set the peek and blurb text :param is_multi_byte: deprecated :type is_multi_byte: bool """ if not dataset.dataset.purged: dataset.peek = '' dataset.blurb = 'data' else: dataset.peek = 'file does not exist' dataset.blurb = 'file purged from disk'
[docs] def display_peek(self, dataset): """Create HTML table, used for displaying peek""" out = ['<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="3">'] try: if not dataset.peek: dataset.set_peek() data = dataset.peek lines = data.splitlines() for line in lines: line = line.strip() if not line: continue out.append('<tr><td>%s</td></tr>' % escape(unicodify(line, 'utf-8'))) out.append('</table>') out = "".join(out) except Exception as exc: out = "Can't create peek: %s" % unicodify(exc) return out
def _archive_main_file(self, archive, display_name, data_filename): """Called from _archive_composite_dataset to add central file to archive. Unless subclassed, this will add the main dataset file (argument data_filename) to the archive, as an HTML file with its filename derived from the dataset name (argument outfname). Returns a tuple of boolean, string, string: (error, msg, messagetype) """ error, msg, messagetype = False, "", "" archname = '%s.html' % display_name # fake the real nature of the html file try: archive.add(data_filename, archname) except IOError: error = True log.exception("Unable to add composite parent %s to temporary library download archive", data_filename) msg = "Unable to create archive for download, please report this error" messagetype = "error" return error, msg, messagetype def _archive_composite_dataset(self, trans, data=None, **kwd): # save a composite object into a compressed archive for downloading params = util.Params(kwd) outfname = data.name[0:150] outfname = ''.join(c in FILENAME_VALID_CHARS and c or '_' for c in outfname) if params.do_action is None: params.do_action = 'zip' # default msg = util.restore_text(params.get('msg', '')) if not data: msg = "You must select at least one dataset" else: error = False try: if params.do_action == 'zip': # Can't use mkstemp - the file must not exist first tmpd = tempfile.mkdtemp(dir=trans.app.config.new_file_path, prefix='gx_composite_archive_') util.umask_fix_perms(tmpd, trans.app.config.umask, 0o777, trans.app.config.gid) tmpf = os.path.join(tmpd, 'library_download.' + params.do_action) archive = zipfile.ZipFile(tmpf, 'w', zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED, True) def zipfile_add(fpath, arcname): encoded_arcname = arcname.encode('CP437') try: archive.write(fpath, encoded_arcname) except TypeError: # Despite documenting the need for CP437 encoded arcname, # python 3 actually needs this to be a unicode string ... # https://bugs.python.org/issue24110 archive.write(fpath, arcname) archive.add = zipfile_add elif params.do_action == 'tgz': archive = util.streamball.StreamBall('w|gz') elif params.do_action == 'tbz': archive = util.streamball.StreamBall('w|bz2') except (OSError, zipfile.BadZipFile): error = True log.exception("Unable to create archive for download") msg = "Unable to create archive for %s for download, please report this error" % outfname if not error: ext = data.extension path = data.file_name efp = data.extra_files_path # Add any central file to the archive, display_name = os.path.splitext(outfname)[0] if not display_name.endswith(ext): display_name = '%s_%s' % (display_name, ext) error, msg = self._archive_main_file(archive, display_name, path)[:2] if not error: # Add any child files to the archive, for fpath, rpath in self.__archive_extra_files_path(extra_files_path=efp): try: archive.add(fpath, rpath) except IOError: error = True log.exception("Unable to add %s to temporary library download archive", rpath) msg = "Unable to create archive for download, please report this error" continue if not error: if params.do_action == 'zip': archive.close() tmpfh = open(tmpf, 'rb') # CANNOT clean up - unlink/rmdir was always failing because file handle retained to return - must rely on a cron job to clean up tmp trans.response.set_content_type("application/x-zip-compressed") trans.response.headers["Content-Disposition"] = 'attachment; filename="%s.zip"' % outfname return tmpfh else: trans.response.set_content_type("application/x-tar") outext = 'tgz' if params.do_action == 'tbz': outext = 'tbz' trans.response.headers["Content-Disposition"] = 'attachment; filename="%s.%s"' % (outfname, outext) archive.wsgi_status = trans.response.wsgi_status() archive.wsgi_headeritems = trans.response.wsgi_headeritems() return archive.stream return trans.show_error_message(msg) def __archive_extra_files_path(self, extra_files_path): """Yield filepaths and relative filepaths for files in extra_files_path""" for root, dirs, files in os.walk(extra_files_path): for fname in files: fpath = os.path.join(root, fname) rpath = os.path.relpath(fpath, extra_files_path) yield fpath, rpath def _serve_raw(self, trans, dataset, to_ext, **kwd): trans.response.headers['Content-Length'] = int(os.stat(dataset.file_name).st_size) trans.response.set_content_type("application/octet-stream") # force octet-stream so Safari doesn't append mime extensions to filename filename = self._download_filename(dataset, to_ext, hdca=kwd.get("hdca", None), element_identifier=kwd.get("element_identifier", None)) trans.response.headers["Content-Disposition"] = 'attachment; filename="%s"' % filename return open(dataset.file_name, mode='rb')
[docs] def to_archive(self, trans, dataset, name=""): """ Collect archive paths and file handles that need to be exported when archiving `dataset`. :param dataset: HistoryDatasetAssociation :param name: archive name, in collection context corresponds to collection name(s) and element_identifier, joined by '/', e.g 'fastq_collection/sample1/forward' """ composite_extensions = trans.app.datatypes_registry.get_composite_extensions() composite_extensions.append('html') # for archiving composite datatypes rel_paths = [] file_paths = [] if dataset.extension in composite_extensions: main_file = "%s.%s" % (name, 'html') rel_paths.append(main_file) file_paths.append(dataset.file_name) for fpath, rpath in self.__archive_extra_files_path(dataset.extra_files_path): rel_paths.append(os.path.join(name, rpath)) file_paths.append(fpath) else: rel_paths.append("%s.%s" % (name or dataset.file_name, dataset.extension)) file_paths.append(dataset.file_name) return zip(file_paths, rel_paths)
[docs] def display_data(self, trans, data, preview=False, filename=None, to_ext=None, **kwd): """ Displays data in central pane if preview is `True`, else handles download. Datatypes should be very careful if overridding this method and this interface between datatypes and Galaxy will likely change. TOOD: Document alternatives to overridding this method (data providers?). """ # Relocate all composite datatype display to a common location. composite_extensions = trans.app.datatypes_registry.get_composite_extensions() composite_extensions.append('html') # for archiving composite datatypes # Prevent IE8 from sniffing content type since we're explicit about it. This prevents intentionally text/plain # content from being rendered in the browser trans.response.headers['X-Content-Type-Options'] = 'nosniff' if isinstance(data, six.string_types): return smart_str(data) if filename and filename != "index": # For files in extra_files_path store_by = data.dataset.object_store.store_by extra_dir = 'dataset_%s_files' % getattr(data.dataset, store_by) file_path = trans.app.object_store.get_filename(data.dataset, extra_dir=extra_dir, alt_name=filename) if os.path.exists(file_path): if os.path.isdir(file_path): with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(mode='w', delete=False, dir=trans.app.config.new_file_path, prefix='gx_html_autocreate_') as tmp_fh: tmp_file_name = tmp_fh.name dir_items = sorted(os.listdir(file_path)) base_path, item_name = os.path.split(file_path) tmp_fh.write('<html><head><h3>Directory %s contents: %d items</h3></head>\n' % (escape(item_name), len(dir_items))) tmp_fh.write('<body><p/><table cellpadding="2">\n') for index, fname in enumerate(dir_items): if index % 2 == 0: bgcolor = '#D8D8D8' else: bgcolor = '#FFFFFF' # Can't have an href link here because there is no route # defined for files contained within multiple subdirectory # levels of the primary dataset. Something like this is # close, but not quite correct: # href = url_for(controller='dataset', action='display', # dataset_id=trans.security.encode_id(data.dataset.id), # preview=preview, filename=fname, to_ext=to_ext) tmp_fh.write('<tr bgcolor="%s"><td>%s</td></tr>\n' % (bgcolor, escape(fname))) tmp_fh.write('</table></body></html>\n') return self._yield_user_file_content(trans, data, tmp_file_name) mime = mimetypes.guess_type(file_path)[0] if not mime: try: mime = trans.app.datatypes_registry.get_mimetype_by_extension(".".split(file_path)[-1]) except Exception: mime = "text/plain" self._clean_and_set_mime_type(trans, mime) return self._yield_user_file_content(trans, data, file_path) else: return webob.exc.HTTPNotFound("Could not find '%s' on the extra files path %s." % (filename, file_path)) self._clean_and_set_mime_type(trans, data.get_mime()) trans.log_event("Display dataset id: %s" % str(data.id)) from galaxy import datatypes # DBTODO REMOVE THIS AT REFACTOR if to_ext or isinstance(data.datatype, datatypes.binary.Binary): # Saving the file, or binary file if data.extension in composite_extensions: return self._archive_composite_dataset(trans, data, **kwd) else: trans.response.headers['Content-Length'] = int(os.stat(data.file_name).st_size) filename = self._download_filename(data, to_ext, hdca=kwd.get("hdca", None), element_identifier=kwd.get("element_identifier", None)) trans.response.set_content_type("application/octet-stream") # force octet-stream so Safari doesn't append mime extensions to filename trans.response.headers["Content-Disposition"] = 'attachment; filename="%s"' % filename return open(data.file_name, 'rb') if not os.path.exists(data.file_name): raise webob.exc.HTTPNotFound("File Not Found (%s)." % data.file_name) max_peek_size = 1000000 # 1 MB if isinstance(data.datatype, datatypes.text.Html): max_peek_size = 10000000 # 10 MB for html preview = util.string_as_bool(preview) if not preview or isinstance(data.datatype, datatypes.images.Image) or os.stat(data.file_name).st_size < max_peek_size: return self._yield_user_file_content(trans, data, data.file_name) else: trans.response.set_content_type("text/html") return trans.stream_template_mako("/dataset/large_file.mako", truncated_data=open(data.file_name, 'rb').read(max_peek_size), data=data)
def _yield_user_file_content(self, trans, from_dataset, filename): """This method is responsible for sanitizing the HTML if needed.""" if trans.app.config.sanitize_all_html and trans.response.get_content_type() == "text/html": # Sanitize anytime we respond with plain text/html content. # Check to see if this dataset's parent job is whitelisted # We cannot currently trust imported datasets for rendering. if not from_dataset.creating_job.imported and from_dataset.creating_job.tool_id in trans.app.config.sanitize_whitelist: return open(filename, mode='rb') # This is returning to the browser, it needs to be encoded. # TODO Ideally this happens a layer higher, but this is a bad # issue affecting many tools return sanitize_html(open(filename, 'r').read()).encode('utf-8') return open(filename, mode='rb') def _download_filename(self, dataset, to_ext, hdca=None, element_identifier=None): def escape(raw_identifier): return ''.join(c in FILENAME_VALID_CHARS and c or '_' for c in raw_identifier)[0:150] if not to_ext or to_ext == "data": # If a client requests to_ext with the extension 'data', they are # deferring to the server, set it based on datatype. to_ext = dataset.extension template_values = { "name": escape(dataset.name), "ext": to_ext, "hid": dataset.hid, } filename_pattern = DOWNLOAD_FILENAME_PATTERN_DATASET if hdca is not None: # Use collection context to build up filename. template_values["element_identifier"] = element_identifier template_values["hdca_name"] = escape(hdca.name) template_values["hdca_hid"] = hdca.hid filename_pattern = DOWNLOAD_FILENAME_PATTERN_COLLECTION_ELEMENT return string.Template(filename_pattern).substitute(**template_values)
[docs] def display_name(self, dataset): """Returns formatted html of dataset name""" try: return escape(unicodify(dataset.name, 'utf-8')) except Exception: return "name unavailable"
[docs] def display_info(self, dataset): """Returns formatted html of dataset info""" try: # Change new line chars to html info = escape(dataset.info) if info.find('\r\n') >= 0: info = info.replace('\r\n', '<br/>') if info.find('\r') >= 0: info = info.replace('\r', '<br/>') if info.find('\n') >= 0: info = info.replace('\n', '<br/>') info = unicodify(info, 'utf-8') return info except Exception: return "info unavailable"
[docs] def validate(self, dataset): """Unimplemented validate, return no exceptions""" return list()
[docs] def repair_methods(self, dataset): """Unimplemented method, returns dict with method/option for repairing errors""" return None
[docs] def get_mime(self): """Returns the mime type of the datatype""" return 'application/octet-stream'
[docs] def add_display_app(self, app_id, label, file_function, links_function): """ Adds a display app to the datatype. app_id is a unique id label is the primary display label, e.g., display at 'UCSC' file_function is a string containing the name of the function that returns a properly formatted display links_function is a string containing the name of the function that returns a list of (link_name,link) """ self.supported_display_apps = self.supported_display_apps.copy() self.supported_display_apps[app_id] = {'label': label, 'file_function': file_function, 'links_function': links_function}
[docs] def remove_display_app(self, app_id): """Removes a display app from the datatype""" self.supported_display_apps = self.supported_display_apps.copy() try: del self.supported_display_apps[app_id] except Exception: log.exception('Tried to remove display app %s from datatype %s, but this display app is not declared.', type, self.__class__.__name__)
[docs] def clear_display_apps(self): self.supported_display_apps = {}
[docs] def add_display_application(self, display_application): """New style display applications""" assert display_application.id not in self.display_applications, 'Attempted to add a display application twice' self.display_applications[display_application.id] = display_application
[docs] def get_display_application(self, key, default=None): return self.display_applications.get(key, default)
[docs] def get_display_applications_by_dataset(self, dataset, trans): rval = odict() for key, value in self.display_applications.items(): value = value.filter_by_dataset(dataset, trans) if value.links: rval[key] = value return rval
[docs] def get_display_types(self): """Returns display types available""" return list(self.supported_display_apps.keys())
[docs] def get_display_label(self, type): """Returns primary label for display app""" try: return self.supported_display_apps[type]['label'] except Exception: return 'unknown'
[docs] def as_display_type(self, dataset, type, **kwd): """Returns modified file contents for a particular display type """ try: if type in self.get_display_types(): return getattr(self, self.supported_display_apps[type]['file_function'])(dataset, **kwd) except Exception: log.exception('Function %s is referred to in datatype %s for displaying as type %s, but is not accessible', self.supported_display_apps[type]['file_function'], self.__class__.__name__, type) return "This display type (%s) is not implemented for this datatype (%s)." % (type, dataset.ext)
[docs] def get_converter_types(self, original_dataset, datatypes_registry): """Returns available converters by type for this dataset""" return datatypes_registry.get_converters_by_datatype(original_dataset.ext)
[docs] def find_conversion_destination(self, dataset, accepted_formats, datatypes_registry, **kwd): """Returns ( target_ext, existing converted dataset )""" return datatypes_registry.find_conversion_destination_for_dataset_by_extensions(dataset, accepted_formats, **kwd)
[docs] def convert_dataset(self, trans, original_dataset, target_type, return_output=False, visible=True, deps=None, target_context=None, history=None): """This function adds a job to the queue to convert a dataset to another type. Returns a message about success/failure.""" converter = trans.app.datatypes_registry.get_converter_by_target_type(original_dataset.ext, target_type) if converter is None: raise Exception("A converter does not exist for %s to %s." % (original_dataset.ext, target_type)) # Generate parameter dictionary params = {} # determine input parameter name and add to params input_name = 'input1' for key, value in converter.inputs.items(): if deps and value.name in deps: params[value.name] = deps[value.name] elif value.type == 'data': input_name = key # add potentially required/common internal tool parameters e.g. '__job_resource' if target_context: for key, value in target_context.items(): if key.startswith('__'): params[key] = value params[input_name] = original_dataset # Run converter, job is dispatched through Queue converted_dataset = converter.execute(trans, incoming=params, set_output_hid=visible, history=history)[1] if len(params) > 0: trans.log_event("Converter params: %s" % (str(params)), tool_id=converter.id) if not visible: for value in converted_dataset.values(): value.visible = False if return_output: return converted_dataset return "The file conversion of %s on data %s has been added to the Queue." % (converter.name, original_dataset.hid)
# We need to clear associated files before we set metadata # so that as soon as metadata starts to be set, e.g. implicitly converted datasets are deleted and no longer available 'while' metadata is being set, not just after # We'll also clear after setting metadata, for backwards compatibility
[docs] def after_setting_metadata(self, dataset): """This function is called on the dataset after metadata is set.""" dataset.clear_associated_files(metadata_safe=True)
[docs] def before_setting_metadata(self, dataset): """This function is called on the dataset before metadata is set.""" dataset.clear_associated_files(metadata_safe=True)
def __new_composite_file(self, name, optional=False, mimetype=None, description=None, substitute_name_with_metadata=None, is_binary=False, to_posix_lines=True, space_to_tab=False, **kwds): kwds['name'] = name kwds['optional'] = optional kwds['mimetype'] = mimetype kwds['description'] = description kwds['substitute_name_with_metadata'] = substitute_name_with_metadata kwds['is_binary'] = is_binary kwds['to_posix_lines'] = to_posix_lines kwds['space_to_tab'] = space_to_tab return Bunch(**kwds)
[docs] def add_composite_file(self, name, **kwds): # self.composite_files = self.composite_files.copy() self.composite_files[name] = self.__new_composite_file(name, **kwds)
def __substitute_composite_key(self, key, composite_file, dataset=None): if composite_file.substitute_name_with_metadata: if dataset: meta_value = str(dataset.metadata.get(composite_file.substitute_name_with_metadata)) else: meta_value = self.spec[composite_file.substitute_name_with_metadata].default return key % meta_value return key @property def writable_files(self, dataset=None): files = odict() if self.composite_type != 'auto_primary_file': files[self.primary_file_name] = self.__new_composite_file(self.primary_file_name) for key, value in self.get_composite_files(dataset=dataset).items(): files[key] = value return files
[docs] def get_composite_files(self, dataset=None): def substitute_composite_key(key, composite_file): if composite_file.substitute_name_with_metadata: if dataset: meta_value = str(dataset.metadata.get(composite_file.substitute_name_with_metadata)) else: meta_value = self.metadata_spec[composite_file.substitute_name_with_metadata].default return key % meta_value return key files = odict() for key, value in self.composite_files.items(): files[substitute_composite_key(key, value)] = value return files
[docs] def generate_primary_file(self, dataset=None): raise Exception("generate_primary_file is not implemented for this datatype.")
@property def has_resolution(self): return False
[docs] def matches_any(self, target_datatypes): """ Check if this datatype is of any of the target_datatypes or is a subtype thereof. """ datatype_classes = tuple(datatype if isclass(datatype) else datatype.__class__ for datatype in target_datatypes) return isinstance(self, datatype_classes)
[docs] def merge(split_files, output_file): """ Merge files with copy.copyfileobj() will not hit the max argument limitation of cat. gz and bz2 files are also working. """ if not split_files: raise ValueError('Asked to merge zero files as %s' % output_file) elif len(split_files) == 1: shutil.copyfileobj(open(split_files[0], 'rb'), open(output_file, 'wb')) else: with open(output_file, 'wb') as fdst: for fsrc in split_files: shutil.copyfileobj(open(fsrc, 'rb'), fdst)
merge = staticmethod(merge)
[docs] def get_visualizations(self, dataset): """ Returns a list of visualizations for datatype. """ if self.track_type: return ['trackster', 'circster'] return []
# ------------- Dataproviders
[docs] def has_dataprovider(self, data_format): """ Returns True if `data_format` is available in `dataproviders`. """ return data_format in self.dataproviders
[docs] def dataprovider(self, dataset, data_format, **settings): """ Base dataprovider factory for all datatypes that returns the proper provider for the given `data_format` or raises a `NoProviderAvailable`. """ if self.has_dataprovider(data_format): return self.dataproviders[data_format](self, dataset, **settings) raise dataproviders.exceptions.NoProviderAvailable(self, data_format)
[docs] @dataproviders.decorators.dataprovider_factory('base') def base_dataprovider(self, dataset, **settings): dataset_source = dataproviders.dataset.DatasetDataProvider(dataset) return dataproviders.base.DataProvider(dataset_source, **settings)
[docs] @dataproviders.decorators.dataprovider_factory('chunk', dataproviders.chunk.ChunkDataProvider.settings) def chunk_dataprovider(self, dataset, **settings): dataset_source = dataproviders.dataset.DatasetDataProvider(dataset) return dataproviders.chunk.ChunkDataProvider(dataset_source, **settings)
[docs] @dataproviders.decorators.dataprovider_factory('chunk64', dataproviders.chunk.Base64ChunkDataProvider.settings) def chunk64_dataprovider(self, dataset, **settings): dataset_source = dataproviders.dataset.DatasetDataProvider(dataset) return dataproviders.chunk.Base64ChunkDataProvider(dataset_source, **settings)
def _clean_and_set_mime_type(self, trans, mime): if mime.lower() in XSS_VULNERABLE_MIME_TYPES: if not getattr(trans.app.config, "serve_xss_vulnerable_mimetypes", True): mime = DEFAULT_MIME_TYPE trans.response.set_content_type(mime)
[docs]@dataproviders.decorators.has_dataproviders class Text(Data): edam_format = "format_2330" file_ext = 'txt' line_class = 'line' is_binary = False # Add metadata elements MetadataElement(name="data_lines", default=0, desc="Number of data lines", readonly=True, optional=True, visible=False, no_value=0)
[docs] def get_mime(self): """Returns the mime type of the datatype""" return 'text/plain'
[docs] def set_meta(self, dataset, **kwd): """ Set the number of lines of data in dataset. """ dataset.metadata.data_lines = self.count_data_lines(dataset)
[docs] def estimate_file_lines(self, dataset): """ Perform a rough estimate by extrapolating number of lines from a small read. """ sample_size = 1048576 with open(dataset.file_name) as dataset_fh: dataset_read = dataset_fh.read(sample_size) sample_lines = dataset_read.count('\n') est_lines = int(sample_lines * (float(dataset.get_size()) / float(sample_size))) return est_lines
[docs] def count_data_lines(self, dataset): """ Count the number of lines of data in dataset, skipping all blank lines and comments. """ data_lines = 0 with compression_utils.get_fileobj(dataset.file_name) as in_file: # FIXME: Potential encoding issue can prevent the ability to iterate over lines # causing set_meta process to fail otherwise OK jobs. A better solution than # a silent try/except is desirable. try: for line in in_file: line = line.strip() if line and not line.startswith('#'): data_lines += 1 except Exception: pass return data_lines
[docs] def set_peek(self, dataset, line_count=None, is_multi_byte=False, WIDTH=256, skipchars=None, line_wrap=True): """ Set the peek. This method is used by various subclasses of Text. """ if not dataset.dataset.purged: # The file must exist on disk for the get_file_peek() method dataset.peek = get_file_peek(dataset.file_name, WIDTH=WIDTH, skipchars=skipchars, line_wrap=line_wrap) if line_count is None: # See if line_count is stored in the metadata if dataset.metadata.data_lines: dataset.blurb = "%s %s" % (util.commaify(str(dataset.metadata.data_lines)), inflector.cond_plural(dataset.metadata.data_lines, self.line_class)) else: # Number of lines is not known ( this should not happen ), and auto-detect is # needed to set metadata # This can happen when the file is larger than max_optional_metadata_filesize. if int(dataset.get_size()) <= 1048576: # Small dataset, recount all lines and reset peek afterward. lc = self.count_data_lines(dataset) dataset.metadata.data_lines = lc dataset.blurb = "%s %s" % (util.commaify(str(lc)), inflector.cond_plural(lc, self.line_class)) else: est_lines = self.estimate_file_lines(dataset) dataset.blurb = "~%s %s" % (util.commaify(util.roundify(str(est_lines))), inflector.cond_plural(est_lines, self.line_class)) else: dataset.blurb = "%s %s" % (util.commaify(str(line_count)), inflector.cond_plural(line_count, self.line_class)) else: dataset.peek = 'file does not exist' dataset.blurb = 'file purged from disk'
[docs] def split(cls, input_datasets, subdir_generator_function, split_params): """ Split the input files by line. """ if split_params is None: return if len(input_datasets) > 1: raise Exception("Text file splitting does not support multiple files") input_files = [ds.file_name for ds in input_datasets] lines_per_file = None chunk_size = None if split_params['split_mode'] == 'number_of_parts': lines_per_file = [] # Computing the length is expensive! def _file_len(fname): i = 0 with open(fname) as f: for i, _ in enumerate(f): pass return i + 1 length = _file_len(input_files[0]) parts = int(split_params['split_size']) if length < parts: parts = length len_each, remainder = divmod(length, parts) while length > 0: chunk = len_each if remainder > 0: chunk += 1 lines_per_file.append(chunk) remainder -= 1 length -= chunk elif split_params['split_mode'] == 'to_size': chunk_size = int(split_params['split_size']) else: raise Exception('Unsupported split mode %s' % split_params['split_mode']) f = open(input_files[0], 'r') try: chunk_idx = 0 file_done = False part_file = None while not file_done: if lines_per_file is None: this_chunk_size = chunk_size elif chunk_idx < len(lines_per_file): this_chunk_size = lines_per_file[chunk_idx] chunk_idx += 1 lines_remaining = this_chunk_size part_file = None while lines_remaining > 0: a_line = f.readline() if a_line == '': file_done = True break if part_file is None: part_dir = subdir_generator_function() part_path = os.path.join(part_dir, os.path.basename(input_files[0])) part_file = open(part_path, 'w') part_file.write(a_line) lines_remaining -= 1 except Exception as e: log.error('Unable to split files: %s', unicodify(e)) raise finally: f.close() if part_file: part_file.close()
split = classmethod(split) # ------------- Dataproviders
[docs] @dataproviders.decorators.dataprovider_factory('line', dataproviders.line.FilteredLineDataProvider.settings) def line_dataprovider(self, dataset, **settings): """ Returns an iterator over the dataset's lines (that have been stripped) optionally excluding blank lines and lines that start with a comment character. """ dataset_source = dataproviders.dataset.DatasetDataProvider(dataset) return dataproviders.line.FilteredLineDataProvider(dataset_source, **settings)
[docs] @dataproviders.decorators.dataprovider_factory('regex-line', dataproviders.line.RegexLineDataProvider.settings) def regex_line_dataprovider(self, dataset, **settings): """ Returns an iterator over the dataset's lines optionally including/excluding lines that match one or more regex filters. """ dataset_source = dataproviders.dataset.DatasetDataProvider(dataset) return dataproviders.line.RegexLineDataProvider(dataset_source, **settings)
[docs]class Directory(Data): """Class representing a directory of files."""
[docs]class GenericAsn1(Text): """Class for generic ASN.1 text format""" edam_data = "data_0849" edam_format = "format_1966" file_ext = 'asn1'
[docs]class LineCount(Text): """ Dataset contains a single line with a single integer that denotes the line count for a related dataset. Used for custom builds. """ pass
[docs]class Newick(Text): """New Hampshire/Newick Format""" edam_data = "data_0872" edam_format = "format_1910" file_ext = "newick"
[docs] def __init__(self, **kwd): """Initialize foobar datatype""" Text.__init__(self, **kwd)
[docs] def init_meta(self, dataset, copy_from=None): Text.init_meta(self, dataset, copy_from=copy_from)
[docs] def sniff(self, filename): """ Returning false as the newick format is too general and cannot be sniffed.""" return False
[docs] def get_visualizations(self, dataset): """ Returns a list of visualizations for datatype. """ return ['phyloviz']
[docs]@build_sniff_from_prefix class Nexus(Text): """Nexus format as used By Paup, Mr Bayes, etc""" edam_data = "data_0872" edam_format = "format_1912" file_ext = "nex"
[docs] def __init__(self, **kwd): """Initialize foobar datatype""" Text.__init__(self, **kwd)
[docs] def init_meta(self, dataset, copy_from=None): Text.init_meta(self, dataset, copy_from=copy_from)
[docs] def sniff_prefix(self, file_prefix): """All Nexus Files Simply puts a '#NEXUS' in its first line""" return file_prefix.string_io().read(6).upper() == "#NEXUS"
[docs] def get_visualizations(self, dataset): """ Returns a list of visualizations for datatype. """ return ['phyloviz']
# ------------- Utility methods -------------- # nice_size used to be here, but to resolve cyclical dependencies it's been # moved to galaxy.util. It belongs there anyway since it's used outside # datatypes. nice_size = util.nice_size
[docs]def get_test_fname(fname): """Returns test data filename""" path = os.path.dirname(__file__) full_path = os.path.join(path, 'test', fname) return full_path
[docs]def get_file_peek(file_name, is_multi_byte=False, WIDTH=256, LINE_COUNT=5, skipchars=None, line_wrap=True): """ Returns the first LINE_COUNT lines wrapped to WIDTH. :param is_multi_byte: deprecated :type is_multi_byte: bool >>> def assert_peek_is(file_name, expected, *args, **kwd): ... path = get_test_fname(file_name) ... peek = get_file_peek(path, *args, **kwd) ... assert peek == expected, "%s != %s" % (peek, expected) >>> assert_peek_is('0_nonewline', u'0') >>> assert_peek_is('0.txt', u'0\\n') >>> assert_peek_is('4.bed', u'chr22\\t30128507\\t31828507\\tuc003bnx.1_cds_2_0_chr22_29227_f\\t0\\t+\\n', LINE_COUNT=1) >>> assert_peek_is('1.bed', u'chr1\\t147962192\\t147962580\\tCCDS989.1_cds_0_0_chr1_147962193_r\\t0\\t-\\nchr1\\t147984545\\t147984630\\tCCDS990.1_cds_0_0_chr1_147984546_f\\t0\\t+\\n', LINE_COUNT=2) """ # Set size for file.readline() to a negative number to force it to # read until either a newline or EOF. Needed for datasets with very # long lines. if WIDTH == 'unlimited': WIDTH = -1 if skipchars is None: skipchars = [] lines = [] count = 0 last_line_break = False with compression_utils.get_fileobj(file_name, "U") as temp: while count < LINE_COUNT: try: line = temp.readline(WIDTH) except UnicodeDecodeError: return "binary file" if line == "": break last_line_break = False if line.endswith('\n'): line = line[:-1] last_line_break = True elif not line_wrap: while True: i = temp.read(1) if i == '\n': last_line_break = True if not i or i == '\n': break skip_line = False for skipchar in skipchars: if line.startswith(skipchar): skip_line = True break if not skip_line: lines.append(line) count += 1 return '\n'.join(lines) + ('\n' if last_line_break else '')