#
# Gramps - a GTK+/GNOME based genealogy program
#
# Copyright (C) 2001-2006  Donald N. Allingham
# Copyright (C) 2009 Benny Malengier
#
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#
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#
 
# $Id: grampscli.py 18361 2011-10-23 03:13:50Z paul-franklin $
 
"""
Provides the startcli function, which the main program calls for CLI
execution of GRAMPS.
 
Provides also two small base classes: CLIDbLoader, CLIManager
"""
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Python modules
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
from gen.ggettext import gettext as _
import os
import sys
 
import logging
 
LOG = logging.getLogger(".grampscli")
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# GRAMPS  modules
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
from gen.display.name import displayer as name_displayer
import config
import const
import Errors
import DbState
from gen.db import DbBsddb
import gen.db.exceptions
from gen.plug import BasePluginManager
from Utils import get_researcher
import RecentFiles
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# CLI DbLoader class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class CLIDbLoader(object):
    """
    Base class for Db loading action inside a dbstate. Only the minimum is 
    present needed for CLI handling
    """
    def __init__(self, dbstate):
        self.dbstate = dbstate
 
    def _warn(self, title, warnmessage):
        """
        Issue a warning message. Inherit for GUI action
        """
        print _('WARNING: %s') % warnmessage
 
    def _errordialog(self, title, errormessage):
        """
        Show the error. A title for the error and an errormessage
        Inherit for GUI action
        """
        print _('ERROR: %s') % errormessage
        sys.exit(1)
 
    def _dberrordialog(self, msg):
        """
        Show a database error. 
        @param: msg : an error message
        @type: string
        @note: Inherit for GUI action
        """
        self._errordialog( '', _("Low level database corruption detected") 
            + '\n' +
            _("Gramps has detected a problem in the underlying "
              "Berkeley database. This can be repaired from "
              "the Family Tree Manager. Select the database and "
              'click on the Repair button') + '\n\n' + str(msg))
 
    def _begin_progress(self):
        """
        Convenience method to allow to show a progress bar if wanted on load
        actions. Inherit if needed
        """
        pass
 
    def _pulse_progress(self, value):
        """
        Convenience method to allow to show a progress bar if wanted on load
        actions. Inherit if needed
        """
        pass
 
    def _end_progress(self):
        """
        Convenience method to allow to hide the progress bar if wanted at
        end of load actions. Inherit if needed
        """
        pass
 
    def read_file(self, filename):
        """
        This method takes care of changing database, and loading the data.
        In 3.0 we only allow reading of real databases of filetype 
        'x-directory/normal'
 
        This method should only return on success.
        Returning on failure makes no sense, because we cannot recover,
        since database has already been changed.
        Therefore, any errors should raise exceptions.
 
        On success, return with the disabled signals. The post-load routine
        should enable signals, as well as finish up with other UI goodies.
        """
 
        if os.path.exists(filename):
            if not os.access(filename, os.W_OK):
                mode = "r"
                self._warn(_('Read only database'), 
                                             _('You do not have write access '
                                               'to the selected file.'))
            else:
                mode = "w"
        else:
            mode = 'w'
 
        dbclass = DbBsddb
 
        self.dbstate.change_database(dbclass())
        self.dbstate.db.disable_signals()
 
        self._begin_progress()
 
        try:
            self.dbstate.db.load(filename, self._pulse_progress, mode)
            self.dbstate.db.set_save_path(filename)
        except gen.db.exceptions.DbUpgradeRequiredError, msg:
            self.dbstate.no_database()
            self._errordialog( _("Cannot open database"), str(msg))
        except gen.db.exceptions.DbVersionError, msg:
            self.dbstate.no_database()
            self._errordialog( _("Cannot open database"), str(msg))
        except OSError, msg:
            self.dbstate.no_database()
            self._errordialog(
                _("Could not open file: %s") % filename, str(msg))
        except Errors.DbError, msg:
            self.dbstate.no_database()
            self._dberrordialog(msg)
        except Exception:
            self.dbstate.no_database()
            LOG.error("Failed to open database.", exc_info=True)
        return True
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# CLIManager class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
class CLIManager(object):
    """
    Sessionmanager for GRAMPS. This is in effect a reduced viewmanager 
    instance (see gui/viewmanager), suitable for CLI actions. 
    Aim is to manage a dbstate on which to work (load, unload), and interact
    with the plugin session
    """
    def __init__(self, dbstate, setloader):
        self.dbstate = dbstate
        if setloader:
            self.db_loader = CLIDbLoader(self.dbstate)
        else:
            self.db_loader = None
        self.file_loaded = False
        self._pmgr = BasePluginManager.get_instance()
 
    def open_activate(self, path):
        """
        Open and make a family tree active
        """
        self._read_recent_file(path)
 
    def _errordialog(self, title, errormessage):
        """
        Show the error. A title for the error and an errormessage
        """
        print _('ERROR: %s') % errormessage
        sys.exit(1)
 
    def _read_recent_file(self, filename):
        """
        Called when a file needs to be loaded
        """
        # A recent database should already have a directory If not, do nothing,
        #  just return. This can be handled better if family tree delete/rename
        #  also updated the recent file menu info in DisplayState.py
        if not  os.path.isdir(filename):
            self._errordialog(
                    _("Could not load a recent Family Tree."), 
                    _("Family Tree does not exist, as it has been deleted."))
            return
 
        if self.db_loader.read_file(filename):
            # Attempt to figure out the database title
            path = os.path.join(filename, "name.txt")
            try:
                ifile = open(path)
                title = ifile.readline().strip()
                ifile.close()
            except:
                title = filename
 
            self._post_load_newdb(filename, 'x-directory/normal', title)
 
    def _post_load_newdb(self, filename, filetype, title=None):
        """
        The method called after load of a new database. 
        Here only CLI stuff is done, inherit this method to add extra stuff
        """
        self._post_load_newdb_nongui(filename, title)
 
    def _post_load_newdb_nongui(self, filename, title=None):
        """
        Called after a new database is loaded.
        """
        if not filename:
            return
 
        if filename[-1] == os.path.sep:
            filename = filename[:-1]
        name = os.path.basename(filename)
        self.dbstate.db.db_name = title
        if title:
            name = title
 
        # This method is for UI stuff when the database has changed.
        # Window title, recent files, etc related to new file.
 
        self.dbstate.db.set_save_path(filename)
 
        # apply preferred researcher if loaded file has none
        res = self.dbstate.db.get_researcher()
        owner = get_researcher()
        if res.get_name() == "" and owner.get_name() != "":
            self.dbstate.db.set_researcher(owner)
 
        name_displayer.set_name_format(self.dbstate.db.name_formats)
        fmt_default = config.get('preferences.name-format')
        name_displayer.set_default_format(fmt_default)
 
        self.dbstate.db.enable_signals()
        self.dbstate.signal_change()
 
        config.set('paths.recent-file', filename)
 
        RecentFiles.recent_files(filename, name)
        self.file_loaded = True
 
    def do_reg_plugins(self, dbstate, uistate):
        """
        Register the plugins at initialization time.
        """
        self._pmgr.reg_plugins(const.PLUGINS_DIR, dbstate, uistate)
        self._pmgr.reg_plugins(const.USER_PLUGINS, dbstate, uistate,
                               append=False, load_on_reg=True)
 
def startcli(errors, argparser):
    """
    Starts a cli session of GRAMPS. 
    errors    : errors already encountered 
    argparser : ArgParser instance
    """
    if errors:
        #already errors encountered. Show first one on terminal and exit
        # Convert error message to file system encoding before print
        errmsg = _('Error encountered: %s') % errors[0][0]
        errmsg = errmsg.encode(sys.getfilesystemencoding())
        print errmsg
        errmsg = _('  Details: %s') % errors[0][1]
        errmsg = errmsg.encode(sys.getfilesystemencoding())
        print errmsg
        sys.exit(1)
 
    if argparser.errors: 
        # Convert error message to file system encoding before print
        errmsg = _('Error encountered in argument parsing: %s') \
                                                    % argparser.errors[0][0]
        errmsg = errmsg.encode(sys.getfilesystemencoding())
        print errmsg
        errmsg = _('  Details: %s') % argparser.errors[0][1]
        errmsg = errmsg.encode(sys.getfilesystemencoding())
        print errmsg
        sys.exit(1)
 
    #we need to keep track of the db state
    dbstate = DbState.DbState()
    #we need a manager for the CLI session
    climanager = CLIManager(dbstate, True)
    #load the plugins
    climanager.do_reg_plugins(dbstate, uistate=None)
    # handle the arguments
    from arghandler import ArgHandler
    handler = ArgHandler(dbstate, argparser, climanager)
    # create a manager to manage the database
 
    handler.handle_args_cli()
 
    sys.exit(0)