from optparse import make_option
import sys
import django
from import CommandError, BaseCommand
from django.conf import settings
class Command(BaseCommand):
    option_list = BaseCommand.option_list + (
        make_option('-R', '--router', action='store',
                    dest='router', default=None,
                    help='Use this router-database other then defined in'),
        make_option('-D', '--drop', action='store_true',
                    dest='drop', default=False,
                    help='If given, includes commands to drop any existing user and database.'),
    help = """Generates the SQL to create your database for you, as specified in
The envisioned use case is something like this:
    ./ sqlcreate [--router=<routername>] | mysql -u <db_administrator> -p
    ./ sqlcreate [--router=<routername>] | psql -U <db_administrator> -W"""
    requires_model_validation = False
    can_import_settings = True
    def set_db_settings(**options):
        if django.get_version() >= "1.2":
            router = options.get('router')
            if router is None:
                return False
            # retrieve this with the 'using' argument
            dbinfo = settings.DATABASES.get(router)
            settings.DATABASE_ENGINE = dbinfo.get('ENGINE').split('.')[-1]
            settings.DATABASE_USER = dbinfo.get('USER')
            settings.DATABASE_PASSWORD = dbinfo.get('PASSWORD')
            settings.DATABASE_NAME = dbinfo.get('NAME')
            settings.DATABASE_HOST = dbinfo.get('HOST')
            settings.DATABASE_PORT = dbinfo.get('PORT')
            return True
            # settings are set for django < 1.2 no modification needed
            return True
    def handle(self, *args, **options):
        if django.get_version() >= "1.2":
            got_db_settings = self.set_db_settings(**options)
            if not got_db_settings:
                raise CommandError("You are using Django %s which requires to specify the db-router.\nPlease specify the router by adding --router=<routername> to this command." % django.get_version())
        #print("%s %s %s %s" % (settings.DATABASE_ENGINE, settings.DATABASE_NAME, settings.DATABASE_USER, settings.DATABASE_PASSWORD))
        engine = settings.DATABASE_ENGINE
        dbname = settings.DATABASE_NAME
        dbuser = settings.DATABASE_USER
        dbpass = settings.DATABASE_PASSWORD
        dbhost = settings.DATABASE_HOST
        # django settings file tells you that localhost should be specified by leaving
        # the DATABASE_HOST blank
        if not dbhost:
            dbhost = 'localhost'
        if engine == 'mysql':
            sys.stderr.write("""-- WARNING!:
-- Please read this carefully! Collation will be set to utf8_bin to have case-sensitive data.
            print("CREATE DATABASE %s CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_bin;" % dbname)
            print("GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON %s.* to '%s'@'%s' identified by '%s';" % (
                dbname, dbuser, dbhost, dbpass
        elif engine == 'postgresql_psycopg2':
            if options.get('drop'):
                print("DROP DATABASE IF EXISTS %s;" % (dbname,))
                print("DROP USER IF EXISTS %s;" % (dbuser,))
            print("CREATE USER %s WITH ENCRYPTED PASSWORD '%s' CREATEDB;" % (dbuser, dbpass))
            print("CREATE DATABASE %s WITH ENCODING 'UTF-8' OWNER \"%s\";" % (dbname, dbuser))
            print("GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON DATABASE %s TO %s;" % (dbname, dbuser))
        elif engine == 'sqlite3':
            sys.stderr.write("-- syncdb will automatically create a sqlite3 database file.\n")
            # CREATE DATABASE is not SQL standard, but seems to be supported by most.
            sys.stderr.write("-- Don't know how to handle '%s' falling back to SQL.\n" % engine)
            print("CREATE DATABASE %s;" % dbname)
            print("GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON DATABASE %s to %s" % (dbname, dbuser))