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version.py

Version class for lastversion

Version ¤

Bases: Version

This class abstracts handling of a project's versions. It implements the scheme defined in PEP 440. A Version instance is comparison-aware and can be compared and sorted using the standard Python interfaces.

This class is descendant from Version found in packaging.version, and implements some additional normalization during instantiation.

Parameters:

Name Type Description Default
version str

The string representation of a version which will be parsed and normalized before use.

required

Raises: InvalidVersion: If the `version`` does not conform to PEP 440 in any way, then this exception will be raised.

Source code in src/lastversion/version.py
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class Version(PackagingVersion):
    """
    This class abstracts handling of a project's versions. It implements the
    scheme defined in PEP 440. A `Version` instance is comparison-aware and
    can be compared and sorted using the standard Python interfaces.

    This class is descendant from `Version` found in `packaging.version`,
    and implements some additional normalization during instantiation.

    Args:
        version (str): The string representation of a version which will be
                      parsed and normalized before use.
    Raises:
        InvalidVersion: If the `version`` does not conform to PEP 440 in
                        any way, then this exception will be raised.
    """

    # Precompile the regular expressions
    rc_pattern = re.compile(r"^rc(\d+)\.")
    post_pattern = re.compile(r"^p(\d+)$")

    regex_dashed_substitutions = [
        (re.compile(r"-devel$"), "-dev0"),
        (re.compile(r"-p(\d+)$"), "-post\\1"),
        (re.compile(r"-preview-(\d+)"), "-pre\\1"),
        (re.compile(r"-early-access-(\d+)"), "-alpha\\1"),
        (re.compile(r"-pre-(\d+)"), "-pre\\1"),
        (re.compile(r"-beta[-.]rc(\d+)"), "-beta\\1"),
    ]

    part_to_pypi_dict = {
        "devel": "dev0",
        "test": "dev0",
        "dev": "dev0",
        "alpha": "a0",
        "beta": "b0",
    }

    def fix_letter_post_release(self, match):
        """Fix letter post release"""
        self.fixed_letter_post_release = True
        return match.group(1) + ".post" + str(ord(match.group(2)))

    def is_semver(self):
        """Check if this a (shorthand) semantic version"""
        return self.base_version.count(".") >= 1

    @staticmethod
    def part_to_pypi(part):
        """
        Convert a version part to a PyPI compatible string
        See https://peps.python.org/pep-0440/
        Helps devel releases to be correctly identified
        See https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440/#developmental-releases
        """
        # Lookup in the dictionary
        if part in Version.part_to_pypi_dict:
            return Version.part_to_pypi_dict[part]

        # Check for rc patterns
        rc_match = Version.rc_pattern.search(part)
        if rc_match:
            # rc2.windows.1 => rc2.post1
            sub_parts = part.split(".")
            part = sub_parts[0]
            for sub in sub_parts[1:]:
                if sub.isdigit():
                    part += ".post" + sub
            return part

        # Check for the post-patterns
        post_match = Version.post_pattern.sub(r"post\1", part)
        if post_match != part:
            return post_match

        # If the part contains only alphabets, set it to None
        if part.isalpha():
            return None

        return part

    @staticmethod
    def join_dashed_number_status(version):
        """
        Join status with its number when separated by dash in a version string.
        E.g., 4.27-chaos-preview-3 -> 4.27-chaos-pre3
        Helps devel releases to be correctly identified
        # https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440/#developmental-releases

        Args:
            version:

        Returns:
            str:
        """
        for regex, substitution in Version.regex_dashed_substitutions:
            version = regex.sub(substitution, version)
        return version

    def filter_relevant_parts(self, version):
        """
        Filter out irrelevant parts from version string.
        Parse out version components separated by dash.
        """
        parts = version.split("-")

        # go through parts which were separated by dash, normalize and
        # exclude irrelevant
        parts_n = []
        for part in parts:
            part = self.part_to_pypi(part)
            if part:
                parts_n.append(part)
        if not parts_n:
            raise InvalidVersion(f"Invalid version: '{version}'")
        # Remove *any* non-digits which appear at the beginning of the
        # version string e.g. Rhino1_7_13_Release does not even bother to
        # put a delimiter... such string at the beginning typically do not
        # convey stability level, so we are fine to remove them (unlike the
        # ones in the tail)
        parts_n[0] = re.sub("^[^0-9]+", "", parts_n[0], 1)

        # Remove empty elements
        parts_n = [item for item in parts_n if item != ""]

        # If more than 1 element and second element are a number, use only first
        # e.g. 1.2.3-4 -> 1.2.3
        if len(parts_n) > 1 and "." in parts_n[0] and parts_n[1].isdigit():
            parts_n = parts_n[:1]

        # go back to full string parse out
        version = ".".join(parts_n)
        return version

    def __init__(self, version, char_fix_required=False):
        """Instantiate the `Version` object.

        Args:
            version (str): The version-like string
            char_fix_required (bool): Should we treat alphanumerics as part of version
        """
        self.fixed_letter_post_release = False

        # Join status with its number, e.g., preview-3 -> pre3
        version = self.join_dashed_number_status(version)
        version = self.filter_relevant_parts(version)

        if char_fix_required:
            version = re.sub("(\\d)([a-z])$", self.fix_letter_post_release, version, 1)
        # release-3_0_2 is often seen on Mercurial holders note that the
        # above code removes "release-" already, so we are left with "3_0_2"
        if re.search(r"^(?:\d+_)+(?:\d+)", version):
            version = version.replace("_", ".")
        # finally, split by dot "delimiter", see if there are common words
        # which are definitely removable
        parts = version.split(".")
        version = []
        for p in parts:
            if p.lower() in ["release"]:
                continue
            version.append(p)
        version = ".".join(version)
        super().__init__(version)

    @property
    def epoch(self):
        # type: () -> int
        """
        An integer giving the version epoch of this Version instance
        """
        _epoch = self._version.epoch  # type: int
        return _epoch

    @property
    def release(self):
        """
        A tuple of integers giving the components of the release segment
        of this Version instance; that is, the 1.2.3 part of the version
        number, including trailing zeroes but not including the epoch or
        any prerelease/development/post-release suffixes
        """
        _release = self._version.release
        return _release

    @property
    def pre(self):
        _pre = self._version.pre
        return _pre

    @property
    def post(self):
        return self._version.post[1] if self._version.post else None

    @property
    def dev(self):
        return self._version.dev[1] if self._version.dev else None

    @property
    def local(self):
        if self._version.local:
            return ".".join(str(x) for x in self._version.local)
        return None

    @property
    def major(self):
        # type: () -> int
        return self.release[0] if len(self.release) >= 1 else 0

    @property
    def minor(self):
        # type: () -> int
        return self.release[1] if len(self.release) >= 2 else 0

    @property
    def micro(self):
        # type: () -> int
        return self.release[2] if len(self.release) >= 3 else 0

    @staticmethod
    def is_not_date(num):
        """Helper function to determine if a number is not a date"""
        num_str = str(num)
        try:
            # Attempt to parse the number as a date
            datetime.strptime(num_str, "%Y%m%d")
            return False
        except ValueError:
            # If parsing fails, the number is not a date
            return True

    @property
    def is_prerelease(self):
        """
        Version is a prerelease if it contains all the following:
        * 90+ micro component
        * no date in micro component

        Returns:
            bool:
        """
        if (
            self.major
            and self.minor
            and self.micro >= 90
            and self.is_not_date(self.micro)
        ):
            return True
        return self.dev is not None or self.pre is not None

    @property
    def even(self):
        """Check if this is an even minor version"""
        return self.minor and not self.minor % 2

    def sem_extract_base(self, level=None):
        """
        Return Version with desired semantic version level base
        E.g., for 5.9.3 it will return 5.9 (patch is None)
        """
        if level == "major":
            # get major
            return Version(str(self.major))
        if level == "minor":
            return Version(f"{self.major}.{self.minor}")
        if level == "patch":
            return Version(f"{self.major}.{self.minor}.{self.micro}")
        return self

    def __str__(self):
        # type: () -> str
        parts = []

        # Epoch
        if self.epoch != 0:
            parts.append(f"{self.epoch}!")

        # Release segment
        parts.append(".".join(str(x) for x in self.release))

        # Pre-release
        if self.pre is not None:
            parts.append("".join(str(x) for x in self.pre))

        # Post-release
        if self.post is not None:
            if self.fixed_letter_post_release:
                parts.append(f"{chr(self.post)}")
            else:
                parts.append(f".post{self.post}")

        # Development release
        if self.dev is not None:
            parts.append(f".dev{self.dev}")

        # Local version segment
        if self.local is not None:
            parts.append("+{0}".format(self.local))

        return "".join(parts)

epoch property ¤

An integer giving the version epoch of this Version instance

even property ¤

Check if this is an even minor version

is_prerelease property ¤

Version is a prerelease if it contains all the following: * 90+ micro component * no date in micro component

Returns:

Name Type Description
bool

release property ¤

A tuple of integers giving the components of the release segment of this Version instance; that is, the 1.2.3 part of the version number, including trailing zeroes but not including the epoch or any prerelease/development/post-release suffixes

__init__(version, char_fix_required=False) ¤

Instantiate the Version object.

Parameters:

Name Type Description Default
version str

The version-like string

required
char_fix_required bool

Should we treat alphanumerics as part of version

False
Source code in src/lastversion/version.py
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def __init__(self, version, char_fix_required=False):
    """Instantiate the `Version` object.

    Args:
        version (str): The version-like string
        char_fix_required (bool): Should we treat alphanumerics as part of version
    """
    self.fixed_letter_post_release = False

    # Join status with its number, e.g., preview-3 -> pre3
    version = self.join_dashed_number_status(version)
    version = self.filter_relevant_parts(version)

    if char_fix_required:
        version = re.sub("(\\d)([a-z])$", self.fix_letter_post_release, version, 1)
    # release-3_0_2 is often seen on Mercurial holders note that the
    # above code removes "release-" already, so we are left with "3_0_2"
    if re.search(r"^(?:\d+_)+(?:\d+)", version):
        version = version.replace("_", ".")
    # finally, split by dot "delimiter", see if there are common words
    # which are definitely removable
    parts = version.split(".")
    version = []
    for p in parts:
        if p.lower() in ["release"]:
            continue
        version.append(p)
    version = ".".join(version)
    super().__init__(version)

filter_relevant_parts(version) ¤

Filter out irrelevant parts from version string. Parse out version components separated by dash.

Source code in src/lastversion/version.py
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def filter_relevant_parts(self, version):
    """
    Filter out irrelevant parts from version string.
    Parse out version components separated by dash.
    """
    parts = version.split("-")

    # go through parts which were separated by dash, normalize and
    # exclude irrelevant
    parts_n = []
    for part in parts:
        part = self.part_to_pypi(part)
        if part:
            parts_n.append(part)
    if not parts_n:
        raise InvalidVersion(f"Invalid version: '{version}'")
    # Remove *any* non-digits which appear at the beginning of the
    # version string e.g. Rhino1_7_13_Release does not even bother to
    # put a delimiter... such string at the beginning typically do not
    # convey stability level, so we are fine to remove them (unlike the
    # ones in the tail)
    parts_n[0] = re.sub("^[^0-9]+", "", parts_n[0], 1)

    # Remove empty elements
    parts_n = [item for item in parts_n if item != ""]

    # If more than 1 element and second element are a number, use only first
    # e.g. 1.2.3-4 -> 1.2.3
    if len(parts_n) > 1 and "." in parts_n[0] and parts_n[1].isdigit():
        parts_n = parts_n[:1]

    # go back to full string parse out
    version = ".".join(parts_n)
    return version

fix_letter_post_release(match) ¤

Fix letter post release

Source code in src/lastversion/version.py
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def fix_letter_post_release(self, match):
    """Fix letter post release"""
    self.fixed_letter_post_release = True
    return match.group(1) + ".post" + str(ord(match.group(2)))

is_not_date(num) staticmethod ¤

Helper function to determine if a number is not a date

Source code in src/lastversion/version.py
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@staticmethod
def is_not_date(num):
    """Helper function to determine if a number is not a date"""
    num_str = str(num)
    try:
        # Attempt to parse the number as a date
        datetime.strptime(num_str, "%Y%m%d")
        return False
    except ValueError:
        # If parsing fails, the number is not a date
        return True

is_semver() ¤

Check if this a (shorthand) semantic version

Source code in src/lastversion/version.py
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def is_semver(self):
    """Check if this a (shorthand) semantic version"""
    return self.base_version.count(".") >= 1

join_dashed_number_status(version) staticmethod ¤

Join status with its number when separated by dash in a version string. E.g., 4.27-chaos-preview-3 -> 4.27-chaos-pre3 Helps devel releases to be correctly identified

https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440/#developmental-releases¤

Parameters:

Name Type Description Default
version
required

Returns:

Name Type Description
str
Source code in src/lastversion/version.py
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@staticmethod
def join_dashed_number_status(version):
    """
    Join status with its number when separated by dash in a version string.
    E.g., 4.27-chaos-preview-3 -> 4.27-chaos-pre3
    Helps devel releases to be correctly identified
    # https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440/#developmental-releases

    Args:
        version:

    Returns:
        str:
    """
    for regex, substitution in Version.regex_dashed_substitutions:
        version = regex.sub(substitution, version)
    return version

part_to_pypi(part) staticmethod ¤

Convert a version part to a PyPI compatible string See https://peps.python.org/pep-0440/ Helps devel releases to be correctly identified See https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440/#developmental-releases

Source code in src/lastversion/version.py
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@staticmethod
def part_to_pypi(part):
    """
    Convert a version part to a PyPI compatible string
    See https://peps.python.org/pep-0440/
    Helps devel releases to be correctly identified
    See https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440/#developmental-releases
    """
    # Lookup in the dictionary
    if part in Version.part_to_pypi_dict:
        return Version.part_to_pypi_dict[part]

    # Check for rc patterns
    rc_match = Version.rc_pattern.search(part)
    if rc_match:
        # rc2.windows.1 => rc2.post1
        sub_parts = part.split(".")
        part = sub_parts[0]
        for sub in sub_parts[1:]:
            if sub.isdigit():
                part += ".post" + sub
        return part

    # Check for the post-patterns
    post_match = Version.post_pattern.sub(r"post\1", part)
    if post_match != part:
        return post_match

    # If the part contains only alphabets, set it to None
    if part.isalpha():
        return None

    return part

sem_extract_base(level=None) ¤

Return Version with desired semantic version level base E.g., for 5.9.3 it will return 5.9 (patch is None)

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def sem_extract_base(self, level=None):
    """
    Return Version with desired semantic version level base
    E.g., for 5.9.3 it will return 5.9 (patch is None)
    """
    if level == "major":
        # get major
        return Version(str(self.major))
    if level == "minor":
        return Version(f"{self.major}.{self.minor}")
    if level == "patch":
        return Version(f"{self.major}.{self.minor}.{self.micro}")
    return self