# scmutil.py - Mercurial core utility functions
#  Copyright Matt Mackall <mpm@selenic.com>
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.
from i18n import _
from mercurial.node import nullrev
import util, error, osutil, revset, similar, encoding, phases, parsers
import pathutil
import match as matchmod
import os, errno, re, glob, tempfile
if os.name == 'nt':
    import scmwindows as scmplatform
    import scmposix as scmplatform
systemrcpath = scmplatform.systemrcpath
userrcpath = scmplatform.userrcpath
def itersubrepos(ctx1, ctx2):
    """find subrepos in ctx1 or ctx2"""
    # Create a (subpath, ctx) mapping where we prefer subpaths from
    # ctx1. The subpaths from ctx2 are important when the .hgsub file
    # has been modified (in ctx2) but not yet committed (in ctx1).
    subpaths = dict.fromkeys(ctx2.substate, ctx2)
    subpaths.update(dict.fromkeys(ctx1.substate, ctx1))
    for subpath, ctx in sorted(subpaths.iteritems()):
        yield subpath, ctx.sub(subpath)
def nochangesfound(ui, repo, excluded=None):
    '''Report no changes for push/pull, excluded is None or a list of
    nodes excluded from the push/pull.
    secretlist = []
    if excluded:
        for n in excluded:
            if n not in repo:
                # discovery should not have included the filtered revision,
                # we have to explicitly exclude it until discovery is cleanup.
            ctx = repo[n]
            if ctx.phase() >= phases.secret and not ctx.extinct():
    if secretlist:
        ui.status(_("no changes found (ignored %d secret changesets)\n")
                  % len(secretlist))
        ui.status(_("no changes found\n"))
def checknewlabel(repo, lbl, kind):
    # Do not use the "kind" parameter in ui output.
    # It makes strings difficult to translate.
    if lbl in ['tip', '.', 'null']:
        raise util.Abort(_("the name '%s' is reserved") % lbl)
    for c in (':', '\0', '\n', '\r'):
        if c in lbl:
            raise util.Abort(_("%r cannot be used in a name") % c)
        raise util.Abort(_("cannot use an integer as a name"))
    except ValueError:
def checkfilename(f):
    '''Check that the filename f is an acceptable filename for a tracked file'''
    if '\r' in f or '\n' in f:
        raise util.Abort(_("'\\n' and '\\r' disallowed in filenames: %r") % f)
def checkportable(ui, f):
    '''Check if filename f is portable and warn or abort depending on config'''
    abort, warn = checkportabilityalert(ui)
    if abort or warn:
        msg = util.checkwinfilename(f)
        if msg:
            msg = "%s: %r" % (msg, f)
            if abort:
                raise util.Abort(msg)
            ui.warn(_("warning: %s\n") % msg)
def checkportabilityalert(ui):
    '''check if the user's config requests nothing, a warning, or abort for
    non-portable filenames'''
    val = ui.config('ui', 'portablefilenames', 'warn')
    lval = val.lower()
    bval = util.parsebool(val)
    abort = os.name == 'nt' or lval == 'abort'
    warn = bval or lval == 'warn'
    if bval is None and not (warn or abort or lval == 'ignore'):
        raise error.ConfigError(
            _("ui.portablefilenames value is invalid ('%s')") % val)
    return abort, warn
class casecollisionauditor(object):
    def __init__(self, ui, abort, dirstate):
        self._ui = ui
        self._abort = abort
        allfiles = '\0'.join(dirstate._map)
        self._loweredfiles = set(encoding.lower(allfiles).split('\0'))
        self._dirstate = dirstate
        # The purpose of _newfiles is so that we don't complain about
        # case collisions if someone were to call this object with the
        # same filename twice.
        self._newfiles = set()
    def __call__(self, f):
        if f in self._newfiles:
        fl = encoding.lower(f)
        if fl in self._loweredfiles and f not in self._dirstate:
            msg = _('possible case-folding collision for %s') % f
            if self._abort:
                raise util.Abort(msg)
            self._ui.warn(_("warning: %s\n") % msg)
class abstractvfs(object):
    """Abstract base class; cannot be instantiated"""
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        '''Prevent instantiation; don't call this from subclasses.'''
        raise NotImplementedError('attempted instantiating ' + str(type(self)))
    def tryread(self, path):
        '''gracefully return an empty string for missing files'''
            return self.read(path)
        except IOError, inst:
            if inst.errno != errno.ENOENT:
        return ""
    def open(self, path, mode="r", text=False, atomictemp=False):
        self.open = self.__call__
        return self.__call__(path, mode, text, atomictemp)
    def read(self, path):
        fp = self(path, 'rb')
            return fp.read()
    def write(self, path, data):
        fp = self(path, 'wb')
            return fp.write(data)
    def append(self, path, data):
        fp = self(path, 'ab')
            return fp.write(data)
    def chmod(self, path, mode):
        return os.chmod(self.join(path), mode)
    def exists(self, path=None):
        return os.path.exists(self.join(path))
    def fstat(self, fp):
        return util.fstat(fp)
    def isdir(self, path=None):
        return os.path.isdir(self.join(path))
    def isfile(self, path=None):
        return os.path.isfile(self.join(path))
    def islink(self, path=None):
        return os.path.islink(self.join(path))
    def lstat(self, path=None):
        return os.lstat(self.join(path))
    def makedir(self, path=None, notindexed=True):
        return util.makedir(self.join(path), notindexed)
    def makedirs(self, path=None, mode=None):
        return util.makedirs(self.join(path), mode)
    def makelock(self, info, path):
        return util.makelock(info, self.join(path))
    def mkdir(self, path=None):
        return os.mkdir(self.join(path))
    def mkstemp(self, suffix='', prefix='tmp', dir=None, text=False):
        fd, name = tempfile.mkstemp(suffix=suffix, prefix=prefix,
                                    dir=self.join(dir), text=text)
        dname, fname = util.split(name)
        if dir:
            return fd, os.path.join(dir, fname)
            return fd, fname
    def readdir(self, path=None, stat=None, skip=None):
        return osutil.listdir(self.join(path), stat, skip)
    def readlock(self, path):
        return util.readlock(self.join(path))
    def rename(self, src, dst):
        return util.rename(self.join(src), self.join(dst))
    def readlink(self, path):
        return os.readlink(self.join(path))
    def setflags(self, path, l, x):
        return util.setflags(self.join(path), l, x)
    def stat(self, path=None):
        return os.stat(self.join(path))
    def unlink(self, path=None):
        return util.unlink(self.join(path))
    def utime(self, path=None, t=None):
        return os.utime(self.join(path), t)
class vfs(abstractvfs):
    '''Operate files relative to a base directory
    This class is used to hide the details of COW semantics and
    remote file access from higher level code.
    def __init__(self, base, audit=True, expandpath=False, realpath=False):
        if expandpath:
            base = util.expandpath(base)
        if realpath:
            base = os.path.realpath(base)
        self.base = base
        self.createmode = None
        self._trustnlink = None
    def _getmustaudit(self):
        return self._audit
    def _setmustaudit(self, onoff):
        self._audit = onoff
        if onoff:
            self.audit = pathutil.pathauditor(self.base)
            self.audit = util.always
    mustaudit = property(_getmustaudit, _setmustaudit)
    def _cansymlink(self):
        return util.checklink(self.base)
    def _chmod(self):
        return util.checkexec(self.base)
    def _fixfilemode(self, name):
        if self.createmode is None or not self._chmod:
        os.chmod(name, self.createmode & 0666)
    def __call__(self, path, mode="r", text=False, atomictemp=False):
        if self._audit:
            r = util.checkosfilename(path)
            if r:
                raise util.Abort("%s: %r" % (r, path))
        f = self.join(path)
        if not text and "b" not in mode:
            mode += "b" # for that other OS
        nlink = -1
        if mode not in ('r', 'rb'):
            dirname, basename = util.split(f)
            # If basename is empty, then the path is malformed because it points
            # to a directory. Let the posixfile() call below raise IOError.
            if basename:
                if atomictemp:
                    util.ensuredirs(dirname, self.createmode)
                    return util.atomictempfile(f, mode, self.createmode)
                    if 'w' in mode:
                        nlink = 0
                        # nlinks() may behave differently for files on Windows
                        # shares if the file is open.
                        fd = util.posixfile(f)
                        nlink = util.nlinks(f)
                        if nlink < 1:
                            nlink = 2 # force mktempcopy (issue1922)
                except (OSError, IOError), e:
                    if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
                    nlink = 0
                    util.ensuredirs(dirname, self.createmode)
                if nlink > 0:
                    if self._trustnlink is None:
                        self._trustnlink = nlink > 1 or util.checknlink(f)
                    if nlink > 1 or not self._trustnlink:
                        util.rename(util.mktempcopy(f), f)
        fp = util.posixfile(f, mode)
        if nlink == 0:
        return fp
    def symlink(self, src, dst):
        linkname = self.join(dst)
        except OSError:
        util.ensuredirs(os.path.dirname(linkname), self.createmode)
        if self._cansymlink:
                os.symlink(src, linkname)
            except OSError, err:
                raise OSError(err.errno, _('could not symlink to %r: %s') %
                              (src, err.strerror), linkname)
            self.write(dst, src)
    def join(self, path):
        if path:
            return os.path.join(self.base, path)
            return self.base
opener = vfs
class auditvfs(object):
    def __init__(self, vfs):
        self.vfs = vfs
    def _getmustaudit(self):
        return self.vfs.mustaudit
    def _setmustaudit(self, onoff):
        self.vfs.mustaudit = onoff
    mustaudit = property(_getmustaudit, _setmustaudit)
class filtervfs(abstractvfs, auditvfs):
    '''Wrapper vfs for filtering filenames with a function.'''
    def __init__(self, vfs, filter):
        auditvfs.__init__(self, vfs)
        self._filter = filter
    def __call__(self, path, *args, **kwargs):
        return self.vfs(self._filter(path), *args, **kwargs)
    def join(self, path):
        if path:
            return self.vfs.join(self._filter(path))
            return self.vfs.join(path)
filteropener = filtervfs
class readonlyvfs(abstractvfs, auditvfs):
    '''Wrapper vfs preventing any writing.'''
    def __init__(self, vfs):
        auditvfs.__init__(self, vfs)
    def __call__(self, path, mode='r', *args, **kw):
        if mode not in ('r', 'rb'):
            raise util.Abort('this vfs is read only')
        return self.vfs(path, mode, *args, **kw)
def walkrepos(path, followsym=False, seen_dirs=None, recurse=False):
    '''yield every hg repository under path, always recursively.
    The recurse flag will only control recursion into repo working dirs'''
    def errhandler(err):
        if err.filename == path:
            raise err
    samestat = getattr(os.path, 'samestat', None)
    if followsym and samestat is not None:
        def adddir(dirlst, dirname):
            match = False
            dirstat = os.stat(dirname)
            for lstdirstat in dirlst:
                if samestat(dirstat, lstdirstat):
                    match = True
            if not match:
            return not match
        followsym = False
    if (seen_dirs is None) and followsym:
        seen_dirs = []
        adddir(seen_dirs, path)
    for root, dirs, files in os.walk(path, topdown=True, onerror=errhandler):
        if '.hg' in dirs:
            yield root # found a repository
            qroot = os.path.join(root, '.hg', 'patches')
            if os.path.isdir(os.path.join(qroot, '.hg')):
                yield qroot # we have a patch queue repo here
            if recurse:
                # avoid recursing inside the .hg directory
                dirs[:] = [] # don't descend further
        elif followsym:
            newdirs = []
            for d in dirs:
                fname = os.path.join(root, d)
                if adddir(seen_dirs, fname):
                    if os.path.islink(fname):
                        for hgname in walkrepos(fname, True, seen_dirs):
                            yield hgname
            dirs[:] = newdirs
def osrcpath():
    '''return default os-specific hgrc search path'''
    path = systemrcpath()
    path = [os.path.normpath(f) for f in path]
    return path
_rcpath = None
def rcpath():
    '''return hgrc search path. if env var HGRCPATH is set, use it.
    for each item in path, if directory, use files ending in .rc,
    else use item.
    make HGRCPATH empty to only look in .hg/hgrc of current repo.
    if no HGRCPATH, use default os-specific path.'''
    global _rcpath
    if _rcpath is None:
        if 'HGRCPATH' in os.environ:
            _rcpath = []
            for p in os.environ['HGRCPATH'].split(os.pathsep):
                if not p:
                p = util.expandpath(p)
                if os.path.isdir(p):
                    for f, kind in osutil.listdir(p):
                        if f.endswith('.rc'):
                            _rcpath.append(os.path.join(p, f))
            _rcpath = osrcpath()
    return _rcpath
def revsingle(repo, revspec, default='.'):
    if not revspec and revspec != 0:
        return repo[default]
    l = revrange(repo, [revspec])
    if len(l) < 1:
        raise util.Abort(_('empty revision set'))
    return repo[l[-1]]
def revpair(repo, revs):
    if not revs:
        return repo.dirstate.p1(), None
    l = revrange(repo, revs)
    if not l:
        first = second = None
    elif l.isascending():
        first = l.min()
        second = l.max()
    elif l.isdescending():
        first = l.max()
        second = l.min()
        l = list(l)
        first = l[0]
        second = l[-1]
    if first is None:
        raise util.Abort(_('empty revision range'))
    if first == second and len(revs) == 1 and _revrangesep not in revs[0]:
        return repo.lookup(first), None
    return repo.lookup(first), repo.lookup(second)
_revrangesep = ':'
def revrange(repo, revs):
    """Yield revision as strings from a list of revision specifications."""
    def revfix(repo, val, defval):
        if not val and val != 0 and defval is not None:
            return defval
        return repo[val].rev()
    seen, l = set(), revset.baseset([])
    for spec in revs:
        if l and not seen:
            seen = set(l)
        # attempt to parse old-style ranges first to deal with
        # things like old-tag which contain query metacharacters
            if isinstance(spec, int):
                l = l + revset.baseset([spec])
            if _revrangesep in spec:
                start, end = spec.split(_revrangesep, 1)
                start = revfix(repo, start, 0)
                end = revfix(repo, end, len(repo) - 1)
                if end == nullrev and start < 0:
                    start = nullrev
                rangeiter = repo.changelog.revs(start, end)
                if not seen and not l:
                    # by far the most common case: revs = ["-1:0"]
                    l = revset.baseset(rangeiter)
                    # defer syncing seen until next iteration
                newrevs = set(rangeiter)
                if seen:
                    seen = newrevs
                l = l + revset.baseset(sorted(newrevs, reverse=start > end))
            elif spec and spec in repo: # single unquoted rev
                rev = revfix(repo, spec, None)
                if rev in seen:
                l = l + revset.baseset([rev])
        except error.RepoLookupError:
        # fall through to new-style queries if old-style fails
        m = revset.match(repo.ui, spec, repo)
        if seen or l:
            dl = [r for r in m(repo, revset.spanset(repo)) if r not in seen]
            l = l + revset.baseset(dl)
            l = m(repo, revset.spanset(repo))
    return l
def expandpats(pats):
    '''Expand bare globs when running on windows.
    On posix we assume it already has already been done by sh.'''
    if not util.expandglobs:
        return list(pats)
    ret = []
    for kindpat in pats:
        kind, pat = matchmod._patsplit(kindpat, None)
        if kind is None:
                globbed = glob.glob(pat)
            except re.error:
                globbed = [pat]
            if globbed:
    return ret
def matchandpats(ctx, pats=[], opts={}, globbed=False, default='relpath'):
    '''Return a matcher and the patterns that were used.
    The matcher will warn about bad matches.'''
    if pats == ("",):
        pats = []
    if not globbed and default == 'relpath':
        pats = expandpats(pats or [])
    m = ctx.match(pats, opts.get('include'), opts.get('exclude'),
    def badfn(f, msg):
        ctx._repo.ui.warn("%s: %s\n" % (m.rel(f), msg))
    m.bad = badfn
    return m, pats
def match(ctx, pats=[], opts={}, globbed=False, default='relpath'):
    '''Return a matcher that will warn about bad matches.'''
    return matchandpats(ctx, pats, opts, globbed, default)[0]
def matchall(repo):
    '''Return a matcher that will efficiently match everything.'''
    return matchmod.always(repo.root, repo.getcwd())
def matchfiles(repo, files):
    '''Return a matcher that will efficiently match exactly these files.'''
    return matchmod.exact(repo.root, repo.getcwd(), files)
def addremove(repo, pats=[], opts={}, dry_run=None, similarity=None):
    if dry_run is None:
        dry_run = opts.get('dry_run')
    if similarity is None:
        similarity = float(opts.get('similarity') or 0)
    # we'd use status here, except handling of symlinks and ignore is tricky
    m = match(repo[None], pats, opts)
    rejected = []
    m.bad = lambda x, y: rejected.append(x)
    added, unknown, deleted, removed = _interestingfiles(repo, m)
    unknownset = set(unknown)
    toprint = unknownset.copy()
    for abs in sorted(toprint):
        if repo.ui.verbose or not m.exact(abs):
            rel = m.rel(abs)
            if abs in unknownset:
                status = _('adding %s\n') % ((pats and rel) or abs)
                status = _('removing %s\n') % ((pats and rel) or abs)
    renames = _findrenames(repo, m, added + unknown, removed + deleted,
    if not dry_run:
        _markchanges(repo, unknown, deleted, renames)
    for f in rejected:
        if f in m.files():
            return 1
    return 0
def marktouched(repo, files, similarity=0.0):
    '''Assert that files have somehow been operated upon. files are relative to
    the repo root.'''
    m = matchfiles(repo, files)
    rejected = []
    m.bad = lambda x, y: rejected.append(x)
    added, unknown, deleted, removed = _interestingfiles(repo, m)
    if repo.ui.verbose:
        unknownset = set(unknown)
        toprint = unknownset.copy()
        for abs in sorted(toprint):
            if abs in unknownset:
                status = _('adding %s\n') % abs
                status = _('removing %s\n') % abs
    renames = _findrenames(repo, m, added + unknown, removed + deleted,
    _markchanges(repo, unknown, deleted, renames)
    for f in rejected:
        if f in m.files():
            return 1
    return 0
def _interestingfiles(repo, matcher):
    '''Walk dirstate with matcher, looking for files that addremove would care
    This is different from dirstate.status because it doesn't care about
    whether files are modified or clean.'''
    added, unknown, deleted, removed = [], [], [], []
    audit_path = pathutil.pathauditor(repo.root)
    ctx = repo[None]
    dirstate = repo.dirstate
    walkresults = dirstate.walk(matcher, sorted(ctx.substate), True, False,
    for abs, st in walkresults.iteritems():
        dstate = dirstate[abs]
        if dstate == '?' and audit_path.check(abs):
        elif dstate != 'r' and not st:
        # for finding renames
        elif dstate == 'r':
        elif dstate == 'a':
    return added, unknown, deleted, removed
def _findrenames(repo, matcher, added, removed, similarity):
    '''Find renames from removed files to added ones.'''
    renames = {}
    if similarity > 0:
        for old, new, score in similar.findrenames(repo, added, removed,
            if (repo.ui.verbose or not matcher.exact(old)
                or not matcher.exact(new)):
                repo.ui.status(_('recording removal of %s as rename to %s '
                                 '(%d%% similar)\n') %
                               (matcher.rel(old), matcher.rel(new),
                                score * 100))
            renames[new] = old
    return renames
def _markchanges(repo, unknown, deleted, renames):
    '''Marks the files in unknown as added, the files in deleted as removed,
    and the files in renames as copied.'''
    wctx = repo[None]
    wlock = repo.wlock()
        for new, old in renames.iteritems():
            wctx.copy(old, new)
def dirstatecopy(ui, repo, wctx, src, dst, dryrun=False, cwd=None):
    """Update the dirstate to reflect the intent of copying src to dst. For
    different reasons it might not end with dst being marked as copied from src.
    origsrc = repo.dirstate.copied(src) or src
    if dst == origsrc: # copying back a copy?
        if repo.dirstate[dst] not in 'mn' and not dryrun:
        if repo.dirstate[origsrc] == 'a' and origsrc == src:
            if not ui.quiet:
                ui.warn(_("%s has not been committed yet, so no copy "
                          "data will be stored for %s.\n")
                        % (repo.pathto(origsrc, cwd), repo.pathto(dst, cwd)))
            if repo.dirstate[dst] in '?r' and not dryrun:
        elif not dryrun:
            wctx.copy(origsrc, dst)
def readrequires(opener, supported):
    '''Reads and parses .hg/requires and checks if all entries found
    are in the list of supported features.'''
    requirements = set(opener.read("requires").splitlines())
    missings = []
    for r in requirements:
        if r not in supported:
            if not r or not r[0].isalnum():
                raise error.RequirementError(_(".hg/requires file is corrupt"))
    if missings:
        raise error.RequirementError(
            _("repository requires features unknown to this Mercurial: %s")
            % " ".join(missings),
            hint=_("see http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/MissingRequirement"
                   " for more information"))
    return requirements
class filecachesubentry(object):
    def __init__(self, path, stat):
        self.path = path
        self.cachestat = None
        self._cacheable = None
        if stat:
            self.cachestat = filecachesubentry.stat(self.path)
            if self.cachestat:
                self._cacheable = self.cachestat.cacheable()
                # None means we don't know yet
                self._cacheable = None
    def refresh(self):
        if self.cacheable():
            self.cachestat = filecachesubentry.stat(self.path)
    def cacheable(self):
        if self._cacheable is not None:
            return self._cacheable
        # we don't know yet, assume it is for now
        return True
    def changed(self):
        # no point in going further if we can't cache it
        if not self.cacheable():
            return True
        newstat = filecachesubentry.stat(self.path)
        # we may not know if it's cacheable yet, check again now
        if newstat and self._cacheable is None:
            self._cacheable = newstat.cacheable()
            # check again
            if not self._cacheable:
                return True
        if self.cachestat != newstat:
            self.cachestat = newstat
            return True
            return False
    def stat(path):
            return util.cachestat(path)
        except OSError, e:
            if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
class filecacheentry(object):
    def __init__(self, paths, stat=True):
        self._entries = []
        for path in paths:
            self._entries.append(filecachesubentry(path, stat))
    def changed(self):
        '''true if any entry has changed'''
        for entry in self._entries:
            if entry.changed():
                return True
        return False
    def refresh(self):
        for entry in self._entries:
class filecache(object):
    '''A property like decorator that tracks files under .hg/ for updates.
    Records stat info when called in _filecache.
    On subsequent calls, compares old stat info with new info, and recreates the
    object when any of the files changes, updating the new stat info in
    Mercurial either atomic renames or appends for files under .hg,
    so to ensure the cache is reliable we need the filesystem to be able
    to tell us if a file has been replaced. If it can't, we fallback to
    recreating the object on every call (essentially the same behaviour as
    def __init__(self, *paths):
        self.paths = paths
    def join(self, obj, fname):
        """Used to compute the runtime path of a cached file.
        Users should subclass filecache and provide their own version of this
        function to call the appropriate join function on 'obj' (an instance
        of the class that its member function was decorated).
        return obj.join(fname)
    def __call__(self, func):
        self.func = func
        self.name = func.__name__
        return self
    def __get__(self, obj, type=None):
        # do we need to check if the file changed?
        if self.name in obj.__dict__:
            assert self.name in obj._filecache, self.name
            return obj.__dict__[self.name]
        entry = obj._filecache.get(self.name)
        if entry:
            if entry.changed():
                entry.obj = self.func(obj)
            paths = [self.join(obj, path) for path in self.paths]
            # We stat -before- creating the object so our cache doesn't lie if
            # a writer modified between the time we read and stat
            entry = filecacheentry(paths, True)
            entry.obj = self.func(obj)
            obj._filecache[self.name] = entry
        obj.__dict__[self.name] = entry.obj
        return entry.obj
    def __set__(self, obj, value):
        if self.name not in obj._filecache:
            # we add an entry for the missing value because X in __dict__
            # implies X in _filecache
            paths = [self.join(obj, path) for path in self.paths]
            ce = filecacheentry(paths, False)
            obj._filecache[self.name] = ce
            ce = obj._filecache[self.name]
        ce.obj = value # update cached copy
        obj.__dict__[self.name] = value # update copy returned by obj.x
    def __delete__(self, obj):
            del obj.__dict__[self.name]
        except KeyError:
            raise AttributeError(self.name)
class dirs(object):
    '''a multiset of directory names from a dirstate or manifest'''
    def __init__(self, map, skip=None):
        self._dirs = {}
        addpath = self.addpath
        if util.safehasattr(map, 'iteritems') and skip is not None:
            for f, s in map.iteritems():
                if s[0] != skip:
            for f in map:
    def addpath(self, path):
        dirs = self._dirs
        for base in finddirs(path):
            if base in dirs:
                dirs[base] += 1
            dirs[base] = 1
    def delpath(self, path):
        dirs = self._dirs
        for base in finddirs(path):
            if dirs[base] > 1:
                dirs[base] -= 1
            del dirs[base]
    def __iter__(self):
        return self._dirs.iterkeys()
    def __contains__(self, d):
        return d in self._dirs
if util.safehasattr(parsers, 'dirs'):
    dirs = parsers.dirs
def finddirs(path):
    pos = path.rfind('/')
    while pos != -1:
        yield path[:pos]
        pos = path.rfind('/', 0, pos)