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"""Application support
"""
 
import os, sys, traceback
from logging import getLogger
from cgi import escape
from StringIO import StringIO
 
import Products
import App.Product
import App.ProductRegistry
import transaction
from AccessControl import ClassSecurityInfo
from AccessControl.class_init import InitializeClass
from AccessControl.Permission import ApplicationDefaultPermissions
from Acquisition import aq_base
from App.ApplicationManager import ApplicationManager
from App.config import getConfiguration
from App import FactoryDispatcher
from App.Product import doInstall
from DateTime import DateTime
from HelpSys.HelpSys import HelpSys
from OFS.metaconfigure import get_packages_to_initialize
from OFS.metaconfigure import package_initialized
from OFS.userfolder import UserFolder
from Persistence import Persistent
from webdav.NullResource import NullResource
from zExceptions import Redirect as RedirectException, Forbidden
 
from zope.interface import implements
 
import Folder
import misc_
import ZDOM
from FindSupport import FindSupport
from interfaces import IApplication
from misc_ import Misc_
 
LOG = getLogger('Application')
 
class Application(ApplicationDefaultPermissions,
                  ZDOM.Root,
                  Folder.Folder,
                  App.ProductRegistry.ProductRegistry,
                  FindSupport,
                 ):
    """Top-level system object"""
 
    implements(IApplication)
 
    security = ClassSecurityInfo()
 
    title = 'Zope'
    __defined_roles__ = ('Manager','Anonymous','Owner')
    web__form__method = 'GET'
    isTopLevelPrincipiaApplicationObject = 1
 
    # Create the help system object
    HelpSys = HelpSys('HelpSys')
 
    p_=misc_.p_
    misc_=misc_.misc_
 
    _reserved_names=('Control_Panel',
                     'browser_id_manager',
                     'temp_folder')
 
    # This class-default __allow_groups__ ensures that the
    # emergency user can still access the system if the top-level
    # UserFolder is deleted. This is necessary to allow people
    # to replace the top-level UserFolder object.
 
    __allow_groups__ = UserFolder()
 
    # Set the universal default method to index_html
    _object_manager_browser_default_id = 'index_html'
 
    _initializer_registry = None
 
    def __init__(self):
        # Initialize users
        uf = UserFolder()
        self.__allow_groups__ = uf
        self._setObject('acl_users', uf)
 
        # Initialize control panel
        cpl = ApplicationManager()
        cpl._init()
        self._setObject('Control_Panel', cpl)
        transaction.get().note("Created Zope Application")
 
    def id(self):
        try:
            return self.REQUEST['SCRIPT_NAME'][1:]
        except:
            return self.title
 
    def title_and_id(self):
        return self.title
 
    def title_or_id(self):
        return self.title
 
    def __class_init__(self):
        InitializeClass(self)
 
    def PrincipiaRedirect(self, destination, URL1):
        """Utility function to allow user-controlled redirects"""
        if destination.find('//') >= 0:
            raise RedirectException, destination
        raise RedirectException, ("%s/%s" % (URL1, destination))
 
    Redirect = ZopeRedirect = PrincipiaRedirect
 
    def __bobo_traverse__(self, REQUEST, name=None):
 
        try:
            return getattr(self, name)
        except AttributeError:
            pass
 
        try:
            return self[name]
        except KeyError:
            pass
 
        method = REQUEST.get('REQUEST_METHOD', 'GET')
        if not method in ('GET', 'POST'):
            return NullResource(self, name, REQUEST).__of__(self)
 
        # Waaa. unrestrictedTraverse calls us with a fake REQUEST.
        # There is proabably a better fix for this.
        try:
            REQUEST.RESPONSE.notFoundError("%s\n%s" % (name, method))
        except AttributeError:
            raise KeyError, name
 
    def PrincipiaTime(self, *args):
        """Utility function to return current date/time"""
        return apply(DateTime, args)
 
    ZopeTime = PrincipiaTime
 
    security.declarePublic('ZopeAttributionButton')
    def ZopeAttributionButton(self):
        """Returns an HTML fragment that displays the 'powered by zope'
        button along with a link to the Zope site."""
        return '<a href="http://www.zope.org/Credits" target="_top"><img ' \
               'src="%s/p_/ZopeButton" width="115" height="50" border="0" ' \
               'alt="Powered by Zope" /></a>' % escape(self.REQUEST.BASE1, 1)
 
 
    def DELETE(self, REQUEST, RESPONSE):
        """Delete a resource object."""
        self.dav__init(REQUEST, RESPONSE)
        raise Forbidden, 'This resource cannot be deleted.'
 
    def MOVE(self, REQUEST, RESPONSE):
        """Move a resource to a new location."""
        self.dav__init(REQUEST, RESPONSE)
        raise Forbidden, 'This resource cannot be moved.'
 
    test_url___allow_groups__=None
    test_url = ZopeAttributionButton
 
    def absolute_url(self, relative=0):
        """The absolute URL of the root object is BASE1 or "/".
        """
        if relative: return ''
        try:
            # Take advantage of computed URL cache
            return self.REQUEST['BASE1']
        except (AttributeError, KeyError):
            return '/'
 
    def absolute_url_path(self):
        """The absolute URL path of the root object is BASEPATH1 or "/".
        """
        try:
            return self.REQUEST['BASEPATH1'] or '/'
        except (AttributeError, KeyError):
            return '/'
 
    def virtual_url_path(self):
        """The virtual URL path of the root object is empty.
        """
        return ''
 
    def getPhysicalRoot(self):
        return self
 
    def getPhysicalPath(self):
        """Get the physical path of the object.
 
        Returns a path (an immutable sequence of strings) that can be used to
        access this object again later, for example in a copy/paste operation.
        getPhysicalRoot() and getPhysicalPath() are designed to operate
        together.
        """
        # We're at the base of the path.
        return ('',)
 
    security.declarePrivate('_setInitializerFlag')
    def _setInitializerFlag(self, flag):
        if self._initializer_registry is None:
            self._initializer_registry = {}
        self._initializer_registry[flag] = 1
 
    security.declarePrivate('_getInitializerFlag')
    def _getInitializerFlag(self, flag):
        reg = self._initializer_registry
        if reg is None:
            reg = {}
        return reg.get(flag)
 
InitializeClass(Application)
 
 
class Expired(Persistent):
 
    icon='p_/broken'
 
    def __setstate__(self, s={}):
        dict=self.__dict__
        if s.has_key('id'):
            dict['id']=s['id']
        elif s.has_key('__name__'):
            dict['id']=s['__name__']
        else: dict['id']='Unknown'
        dict['title']='** Expired **'
 
    def __save__(self):
        pass
 
    __inform_commit__=__save__
 
def initialize(app):
    initializer = AppInitializer(app)
    initializer.initialize()
 
 
class AppInitializer:
    """ Initialze an Application object (called at startup) """
 
    def __init__(self, app):
        self.app = (app,)
 
    def getApp(self):
        # this is probably necessary, but avoid acquisition anyway
        return self.app[0]
 
    def commit(self, note):
        transaction.get().note(note)
        transaction.commit()
 
    def initialize(self):
        # make sure to preserve relative ordering of calls below.
        self.install_cp_and_products()
        self.install_tempfolder_and_sdc()
        self.install_session_data_manager()
        self.install_browser_id_manager()
        self.install_required_roles()
        self.install_inituser()
        self.install_errorlog()
        self.install_products()
        self.install_standards()
        self.install_virtual_hosting()
 
    def install_cp_and_products(self):
        app = self.getApp()
 
        # Ensure that Control Panel exists.
        if not hasattr(app, 'Control_Panel'):
            cpl = ApplicationManager()
            cpl._init()
            app._setObject('Control_Panel', cpl)
            self.commit('Added Control_Panel')
        else:
            # Inline migration of old databases
            cp = app.Control_Panel
            ids = [i['id'] for i in cp._objects]
            if 'Versions' in ids:
                new = []
                for entry in cp._objects:
                    if entry['id'] != 'Versions':
                        new.append(entry)
                cp._objects = tuple(new)
                self.commit('Removed Control_Panel.Versions')
 
        # b/c: Ensure that a ProductFolder exists.
        if not hasattr(aq_base(app.Control_Panel), 'Products'):
            app.Control_Panel.Products=App.Product.ProductFolder()
            self.commit('Added Control_Panel.Products')
 
    def install_tempfolder_and_sdc(self):
        app = self.getApp()
        from Products.ZODBMountPoint.MountedObject import manage_addMounts,\
             MountedObject
        from Products.ZODBMountPoint.MountedObject import getConfiguration as \
             getDBTabConfiguration
 
        dbtab_config = getDBTabConfiguration()
 
        tf = getattr(app, 'temp_folder', None)
 
        if getattr(tf, 'meta_type', None) == MountedObject.meta_type:
            # tf is a MountPoint object.  This means that the temp_folder
            # couldn't be mounted properly (the meta_type would have been
            # the meta type of the container class otherwise).  The
            # MountPoint object writes a message to zLOG so we don't
            # need to.
            return
 
        if tf is None:
            # do nothing if we've already installed one
            if not app._getInitializerFlag('temp_folder'):
                if dbtab_config is None:
                    # DefaultConfiguration, do nothing
                    return
                mount_paths = [ x[0] for x in dbtab_config.listMountPaths() ]
                if not '/temp_folder' in mount_paths:
                    # we won't be able to create the mount point properly
                    LOG.error('Could not initialze a Temporary Folder because '
                              'a database was not configured to be mounted at '
                              'the /temp_folder mount point')
                    return
                try:
                    manage_addMounts(app, ('/temp_folder',))
                    app._setInitializerFlag('temp_folder')
                    self.commit('Added temp_folder')
                    tf = app.temp_folder
                except:
                    LOG.error('Could not add a /temp_folder mount point due to an '
                              'error.', exc_info=sys.exc_info())
                    return
 
        # Ensure that there is a transient object container in the temp folder
        config = getConfiguration()
 
        if not hasattr(aq_base(tf), 'session_data'):
            from Products.Transience.Transience import TransientObjectContainer
            addnotify = getattr(config, 'session_add_notify_script_path', None)
            delnotify = getattr(config, 'session_delete_notify_script_path',
                                None)
            default_limit = 1000
            default_period_secs = 20
            default_timeout_mins = 20
 
            limit = getattr(config, 'maximum_number_of_session_objects',
                            default_limit)
            timeout_spec = getattr(config, 'session_timeout_minutes',
                                   default_timeout_mins)
            period_spec = getattr(config, 'session_resolution_seconds',
                                  default_period_secs)
 
            if addnotify and app.unrestrictedTraverse(addnotify, None) is None:
                LOG.warn('failed to use nonexistent "%s" script as '
                         'session-add-notify-script-path' % addnotify)
                addnotify=None
 
            if delnotify and app.unrestrictedTraverse(delnotify, None) is None:
                LOG.warn('failed to use nonexistent "%s" script as '
                         'session-delete-notify-script-path' % delnotify)
                delnotify=None
 
            if 1:  # Preserve indentation for diff
                toc = TransientObjectContainer('session_data',
                                               'Session Data Container',
                                               timeout_mins = timeout_spec,
                                               addNotification = addnotify,
                                               delNotification = delnotify,
                                               limit=limit,
                                               period_secs = period_spec)
 
            tf._setObject('session_data', toc)
            tf_reserved = getattr(tf, '_reserved_names', ())
            if 'session_data' not in tf_reserved:
                tf._reserved_names = tf_reserved + ('session_data',)
            self.commit('Added session_data to temp_folder')
            return tf # return the tempfolder object for test purposes
 
    def install_browser_id_manager(self):
        app = self.getApp()
        if app._getInitializerFlag('browser_id_manager'):
            # do nothing if we've already installed one
            return
        # Ensure that a browser ID manager exists
        if not hasattr(app, 'browser_id_manager'):
            from Products.Sessions.BrowserIdManager import BrowserIdManager
            bid = BrowserIdManager('browser_id_manager', 'Browser Id Manager')
            app._setObject('browser_id_manager', bid)
            # FIXME explicitely call manage_afterAdd, as sometimes
            # events are initialized too late
            browser_id_manager = app.browser_id_manager
            browser_id_manager.manage_afterAdd(browser_id_manager, app)
            app._setInitializerFlag('browser_id_manager')
            self.commit('Added browser_id_manager')
 
    def install_session_data_manager(self):
        app = self.getApp()
        if app._getInitializerFlag('session_data_manager'):
            # do nothing if we've already installed one
            return
        # Ensure that a session data manager exists
        if not hasattr(app, 'session_data_manager'):
            from Products.Sessions.SessionDataManager import SessionDataManager
            sdm = SessionDataManager('session_data_manager',
                title='Session Data Manager',
                path='/temp_folder/session_data',
                requestName='SESSION')
            app._setObject('session_data_manager', sdm)
            # FIXME explicitely call manage_afterAdd, as sometimes
            # events are initialized too late
            session_data_manager = app.session_data_manager
            session_data_manager.manage_afterAdd(session_data_manager, app)
            app._setInitializerFlag('session_data_manager')
            self.commit('Added session_data_manager')
 
    def install_required_roles(self):
        app = self.getApp()
 
        # Ensure that Owner role exists.
        if hasattr(app, '__ac_roles__') and not ('Owner' in app.__ac_roles__):
            app.__ac_roles__=app.__ac_roles__ + ('Owner',)
            self.commit('Added Owner role')
 
        # ensure the Authenticated role exists.
        if hasattr(app, '__ac_roles__'):
            if not 'Authenticated' in app.__ac_roles__:
                app.__ac_roles__=app.__ac_roles__ + ('Authenticated',)
                self.commit('Added Authenticated role')
 
    def install_inituser(self):
        app = self.getApp()
        # Install the initial user.
        if hasattr(app, 'acl_users'):
            users = app.acl_users
            if hasattr(users, '_createInitialUser'):
                app.acl_users._createInitialUser()
                self.commit('Created initial user')
            users = aq_base(users)
            migrated = getattr(users, '_ofs_migrated', False)
            if not migrated:
                klass = users.__class__
                from OFS.userfolder import UserFolder
                if klass is UserFolder:
                    # zope.deferredimport does a thourough job, so the class
                    # looks like it's from the new location already. And we
                    # don't want to migrate any custom user folders here.
                    users.__class__ = UserFolder
                    users._ofs_migrated = True
                    users._p_changed = True
                    app._p_changed = True
                    transaction.get().note('Migrated user folder')
                    transaction.commit()
 
    def install_errorlog(self):
        app = self.getApp()
        if app._getInitializerFlag('error_log'):
            # do nothing if we've already installed one
            return
 
        # Install an error_log
        if not hasattr(app, 'error_log'):
            from Products.SiteErrorLog.SiteErrorLog import SiteErrorLog
            error_log = SiteErrorLog()
            app._setObject('error_log', error_log)
            # FIXME explicitely call manage_afterAdd, as sometimes
            # events are initialized too late
            error_log = app.error_log
            error_log.manage_afterAdd(error_log, app)
            app._setInitializerFlag('error_log')
            self.commit('Added site error_log at /error_log')
 
    def install_virtual_hosting(self):
        app = self.getApp()
        if app._getInitializerFlag('virtual_hosting'):
            return
        if (not app.objectIds('Virtual Host Monster') and
            not hasattr(app, 'virtual_hosting')):
            from Products.SiteAccess.VirtualHostMonster \
                import VirtualHostMonster
            vhm = VirtualHostMonster()
            vhm.id = 'virtual_hosting'
            vhm.addToContainer(app)
            app._setInitializerFlag('virtual_hosting')
            self.commit('Added virtual_hosting')
 
    def install_products(self):
        app = self.getApp()
        # this defers to a function for b/c reasons
        return install_products(app)
 
    def install_standards(self):
        app = self.getApp()
        # this defers to a  function for b/c reasons
        return install_standards(app)
 
def install_products(app):
    # Install a list of products into the basic folder class, so
    # that all folders know about top-level objects, aka products
 
    folder_permissions = get_folder_permissions()
    meta_types=[]
    done={}
 
    debug_mode = getConfiguration().debug_mode
 
    transaction.get().note('Prior to product installs')
    transaction.commit()
 
    products = get_products()
 
    for priority, product_name, index, product_dir in products:
        # For each product, we will import it and try to call the
        # intialize() method in the product __init__ module. If
        # the method doesnt exist, we put the old-style information
        # together and do a default initialization.
        if done.has_key(product_name):
            continue
        done[product_name]=1
        install_product(app, product_dir, product_name, meta_types,
                        folder_permissions, raise_exc=debug_mode)
 
    # Delayed install of packages-as-products
    for module, init_func in tuple(get_packages_to_initialize()):
        install_package(app, module, init_func, raise_exc=debug_mode)
 
    Products.meta_types=Products.meta_types+tuple(meta_types)
    InitializeClass(Folder.Folder)
 
def get_products():
    """ Return a list of tuples in the form:
    [(priority, dir_name, index, base_dir), ...] for each Product directory
    found, sort before returning """
    products = []
    i = 0
    for product_dir in Products.__path__:
        product_names=os.listdir(product_dir)
        for name in product_names:
            fullpath = os.path.join(product_dir, name)
            # Products must be directories
            if os.path.isdir(fullpath):
                # Products must be directories with an __init__.py[co]
                if ( os.path.exists(os.path.join(fullpath, '__init__.py')) or
                     os.path.exists(os.path.join(fullpath, '__init__.pyo')) or
                     os.path.exists(os.path.join(fullpath, '__init__.pyc')) ):
                    # i is used as sort ordering in case a conflict exists
                    # between Product names.  Products will be found as
                    # per the ordering of Products.__path__
                    products.append((0, name, i, product_dir))
        i = i + 1
    products.sort()
    return products
 
def import_products():
    # Try to import each product, checking for and catching errors.
    done={}
 
    products = get_products()
    debug_mode = getConfiguration().debug_mode
 
    for priority, product_name, index, product_dir in products:
        if done.has_key(product_name):
            LOG.warn('Duplicate Product name: '
                     'After loading Product %s from %s, '
                     'I skipped the one in %s.' % (
                    `product_name`, `done[product_name]`, `product_dir`) )
            continue
        done[product_name]=product_dir
        import_product(product_dir, product_name, raise_exc=debug_mode)
    return done.keys()
 
def import_product(product_dir, product_name, raise_exc=0, log_exc=1):
    path_join=os.path.join
    isdir=os.path.isdir
    exists=os.path.exists
    _st=str
    global_dict=globals()
    silly=('__doc__',)
    modules=sys.modules
    have_module=modules.has_key
 
    try:
        package_dir=path_join(product_dir, product_name)
        if not isdir(package_dir): return
        if not exists(path_join(package_dir, '__init__.py')):
            if not exists(path_join(package_dir, '__init__.pyc')):
                if not exists(path_join(package_dir, '__init__.pyo')):
                    return
 
        pname="Products.%s" % product_name
        try:
            product=__import__(pname, global_dict, global_dict, silly)
            if hasattr(product, '__module_aliases__'):
                for k, v in product.__module_aliases__:
                    if not have_module(k):
                        if type(v) is _st and have_module(v): v=modules[v]
                        modules[k]=v
        except KeyboardInterrupt:
            raise
        except:
            exc = sys.exc_info()
            if log_exc:
                LOG.error('Could not import %s' % pname,
                          exc_info=exc)
            f=StringIO()
            traceback.print_exc(100,f)
            f=f.getvalue()
            try: modules[pname].__import_error__=f
            except: pass
            if raise_exc:
                raise exc[0], exc[1], exc[2]
    finally:
        exc = None
 
 
def get_folder_permissions():
    folder_permissions={}
    for p in Folder.Folder.__ac_permissions__:
        permission, names = p[:2]
        folder_permissions[permission]=names
    return folder_permissions
 
 
def install_product(app, product_dir, product_name, meta_types,
                    folder_permissions, raise_exc=0, log_exc=1):
 
    from App.ProductContext import ProductContext
    path_join=os.path.join
    isdir=os.path.isdir
    exists=os.path.exists
    global_dict=globals()
    silly=('__doc__',)
 
    if 1:  # Preserve indentation for diff :-)
        package_dir=path_join(product_dir, product_name)
        __traceback_info__=product_name
        if not isdir(package_dir): return
        if not exists(path_join(package_dir, '__init__.py')):
            if not exists(path_join(package_dir, '__init__.pyc')):
                if not exists(path_join(package_dir, '__init__.pyo')):
                    return
        try:
            product=__import__("Products.%s" % product_name,
                               global_dict, global_dict, silly)
 
            # Install items into the misc_ namespace, used by products
            # and the framework itself to store common static resources
            # like icon images.
            misc_=pgetattr(product, 'misc_', {})
            if misc_:
                if isinstance(misc_, dict):
                    misc_=Misc_(product_name, misc_)
                Application.misc_.__dict__[product_name]=misc_
 
            # Here we create a ProductContext object which contains
            # information about the product and provides an interface
            # for registering things like classes and help topics that
            # should be associated with that product. Products are
            # expected to implement a method named 'initialize' in
            # their __init__.py that takes the ProductContext as an
            # argument.
            do_install = doInstall()
            if do_install:
                productObject = App.Product.initializeProduct(
                    product, product_name, package_dir, app)
                context = ProductContext(productObject, app, product)
            else:
                # avoid any persistent connection
                productObject = FactoryDispatcher.Product(product_name)
                context = ProductContext(productObject, None, product)
 
            # Look for an 'initialize' method in the product.
            initmethod = pgetattr(product, 'initialize', None)
            if initmethod is not None:
                initmethod(context)
 
            if do_install:
                transaction.get().note('Installed product ' + product_name)
                transaction.commit()
 
        except Exception:
            if log_exc:
                LOG.error('Couldn\'t install %s' % product_name,
                           exc_info=sys.exc_info())
            transaction.abort()
            if raise_exc:
                raise
 
 
def install_package(app, module, init_func, raise_exc=False, log_exc=True):
    """Installs a Python package like a product."""
    from App.ProductContext import ProductContext
    try:
        do_install = doInstall()
        name = module.__name__
        if do_install:
            product = App.Product.initializeProduct(module,
                                                    name,
                                                    module.__path__[0],
                                                    app)
        else:
            product = FactoryDispatcher.Product(name)
            app = None
 
        product.package_name = name
 
        if init_func is not None:
            newContext = ProductContext(product, app, module)
            init_func(newContext)
 
        package_initialized(module, init_func)
 
        if do_install:
            transaction.get().note('Installed package %s' % module.__name__)
            transaction.commit()
    except Exception:
        if log_exc:
            LOG.error("Couldn't install %s" % module.__name__,
                      exc_info=True)
        transaction.abort()
        if raise_exc:
            raise
 
 
def install_standards(app):
    # Check to see if we've already done this before
    if getattr(app, '_standard_objects_have_been_added', 0):
        return
 
    # Install the replaceable standard objects
    from App.Common import package_home
    from App.special_dtml import DTMLFile
    from Products.PageTemplates.PageTemplateFile import PageTemplateFile
 
    std_dir = os.path.join(package_home(globals()), 'standard')
    wrote = False
    for fn in os.listdir(std_dir):
        base, ext = os.path.splitext(fn)
        if ext == '.dtml':
            if hasattr(app, base):
                continue
            ob = DTMLFile(base, std_dir)
            app.manage_addProduct['OFSP'].manage_addDTMLMethod(
                id=base, file=open(ob.raw))
        elif ext in ('.pt', '.zpt'):
            if hasattr(app, base):
                continue
            ob = PageTemplateFile(fn, std_dir, __name__=fn)
            app.manage_addProduct['PageTemplates'].manage_addPageTemplate(
                id=base, title='', text=open(ob.filename))
        elif ext in ('.ico', '.gif', '.png'):
            if hasattr(app, fn):
                continue
            app.manage_addProduct['OFSP'].manage_addImage(
                id=fn, title='', file=open(os.path.join(std_dir, fn)))
        else:
            continue
        wrote = True
    if wrote:
        app._standard_objects_have_been_added = 1
        transaction.get().note('Installed standard objects')
        transaction.commit()
 
def reinstall_product(app, product_name):
    folder_permissions = get_folder_permissions()
    meta_types=[]
 
    transaction.get().note('Prior to product reinstall')
    transaction.commit()
 
    for product_dir in Products.__path__:
        product_names=os.listdir(product_dir)
        product_names.sort()
        if product_name in product_names:
            removeProductMetaTypes(product_name)
            install_product(app, product_dir, product_name, meta_types,
                            folder_permissions, raise_exc=1, log_exc=0)
            break
 
    Products.meta_types=Products.meta_types+tuple(meta_types)
    InitializeClass(Folder.Folder)
 
 
def reimport_product(product_name):
    for product_dir in Products.__path__:
        product_names=os.listdir(product_dir)
        product_names.sort()
        if product_name in product_names:
            import_product(product_dir, product_name,
                           raise_exc=1, log_exc=0)
            break
 
 
def removeProductMetaTypes(pid):
    """Unregisters the meta types registered by a product.
    """
    meta_types = Products.meta_types
    new_mts = []
    changed = 0
    for meta_type in meta_types:
        if meta_type.get('product', None) == pid:
            # Remove this meta type.
            changed = 1
        else:
            new_mts.append(meta_type)
    if changed:
        Products.meta_types = tuple(new_mts)
 
 
def pgetattr(product, name, default=install_products, __init__=0):
    if not __init__ and hasattr(product, name): return getattr(product, name)
    if hasattr(product, '__init__'):
        product=product.__init__
        if hasattr(product, name): return getattr(product, name)
 
    if default is not install_products: return default
 
    raise AttributeError, name