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00001 """
Integrates download callbacks with an external mainloop.

# Copyright (C) 2006, Thomas Leonard
# See the README file for details, or visit http://0install.net.

import os, sys
from logging import debug, info, warn

from zeroinstall.injector import model, download
from zeroinstall.injector.iface_cache import iface_cache

00014 class Handler(object):
      Integrates download callbacks with an external mainloop.
      While things are being downloaded, Zero Install returns control to your program.
      Your mainloop is responsible for monitoring the state of the downloads and notifying
      Zero Install when they are complete.

      To do this, you supply a L{Handler} to the L{policy}. To integrate with your own
      mainloop, you can either subclass or replace this.

      __slots__ = ['monitored_downloads']
      def __init__(self):
            self.monitored_downloads = {}       # URL -> (error_stream, Download)

00029       def monitor_download(self, dl):
            """Called when a new L{download} is started.
            Call L{download.Download.start} to start the download and get the error
            stream, and then call L{download.Download.error_stream_data} whenever
            you read any data from it, including nothing (end-of-file), which
            indicates that the download is finished."""
            error_stream = dl.start()
            self.monitored_downloads[dl.url] = (error_stream, dl)
00038       def wait_for_downloads(self):
            """Monitor all downloads, waiting until they are complete. This is suitable
            for use by non-interactive programs."""
            while self.monitored_downloads:
                  info("Currently downloading:")
                  for url in self.monitored_downloads:
                        info("- " + url)

                  for e, dl in self.monitored_downloads.values():
                        errors = e.read()
                        if errors:
                        del self.monitored_downloads[dl.url]


00056       def get_download(self, url, force = False):
            """Return the Download object currently downloading 'url'.
            If no download for this URL has been started, start one now (and
            start monitoring it).
            If the download failed and force is False, return it anyway.
            If force is True, abort any current or failed download and start
            a new one.
            @rtype: L{download.Download}
                  e, dl = self.monitored_downloads[url]
                  if dl and force:
                        raise KeyError
            except KeyError:
                  dl = download.Download(url)
            return dl

00075       def confirm_trust_keys(self, interface, sigs, iface_xml):
            """We don't trust any of the signatures yet. Ask the user.
            When done update the L{trust} database, and then call L{iface_cache.IfaceCache.update_interface_if_trusted}.
            @arg interface: the interface being updated
            @arg sigs: a list of signatures (from L{gpg.check_stream})
            @arg iface_xml: the downloaded data (not yet trusted)
            import gpg
            assert sigs
            valid_sigs = [s for s in sigs if isinstance(s, gpg.ValidSig)]
            if not valid_sigs:
                  raise model.SafeException('No valid signatures found. Signatures:' +
                              ''.join(['\n- ' + str(s) for s in sigs]))

            print "\nInterface:", interface.uri
            print "The interface is correctly signed with the following keys:"
            for x in valid_sigs:
                  print "-", x
            print "Do you want to trust all of these keys to sign interfaces?"
            while True:
                  i = raw_input("Trust all [Y/N] ")
                  if not i: continue
                  if i in 'Nn':
                        raise model.SafeException('Not signed with a trusted key')
                  if i in 'Yy':
            from trust import trust_db
            for key in valid_sigs:
                  print "Trusting", key.fingerprint

00108       def report_error(self, exception):
            """Report an exception to the user.
            @param exception: the exception to report
            @type exception: L{SafeException}
            @since: 0.25"""
            warn("%s", exception)

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