コード例 #1
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ファイル: rules.py プロジェクト: 10xEngineer/blueprint
    def _ignore_pathname(self, restype, dirname, pathname, ignored=False):
        """
        Return `True` if the `gitignore`(5)-style `~/.blueprintignore`
        file says the given file should be ignored.  The starting state
        of the file may be overridden by setting `ignored` to `True`.
        """
        pathname = util.unicodeme(pathname)

        # Determine if the `pathname` matches the `pattern`.  `filename` is
        # given as a convenience.  See `gitignore`(5) for the rules in play.
        def match(filename, pathname, pattern):
            dir_only = '/' == pattern[-1]
            pattern = pattern.rstrip('/')
            if '/' not in pattern:
                if fnmatch.fnmatch(filename, pattern):
                    return os.path.isdir(pathname) if dir_only else True
            else:
                for p in glob.glob(os.path.join(dirname, pattern)):
                    p = util.unicodeme(p)
                    if pathname == p or pathname.startswith('{0}/'.format(p)):
                        return os.path.isdir(pathname) if dir_only else True
            return False

        # Iterate over exclusion rules until a match is found.  Then iterate
        # over inclusion rules that appear later.  If there are no matches,
        # include the file.  If only an exclusion rule matches, exclude the
        # file.  If an inclusion rule also matches, include the file.
        filename = os.path.basename(pathname)
        for pattern, negate in self[restype]:
            if ignored != negate or not match(filename, pathname, pattern):
                continue
            ignored = not ignored

        return ignored
コード例 #2
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ファイル: rules.py プロジェクト: 10xEngineer/blueprint
 def match(filename, pathname, pattern):
     dir_only = '/' == pattern[-1]
     pattern = pattern.rstrip('/')
     if '/' not in pattern:
         if fnmatch.fnmatch(filename, pattern):
             return os.path.isdir(pathname) if dir_only else True
     else:
         for p in glob.glob(os.path.join(dirname, pattern)):
             p = util.unicodeme(p)
             if pathname == p or pathname.startswith('{0}/'.format(p)):
                 return os.path.isdir(pathname) if dir_only else True
     return False