Source code for kiwi.xml_description

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import importlib
from typing import (
    Dict, Any
import os
import logging
from xml.dom import minidom
from lxml import etree

# project
from kiwi.utils.temporary import Temporary
from kiwi.markup import Markup
from kiwi.defaults import Defaults
from kiwi import xml_parse
from kiwi.command import Command

from kiwi.exceptions import (

log = logging.getLogger('kiwi')

[docs] class XMLDescription: """ **Implements data management for the image description** Supported description markup languages are XML, YAML, JSON and INI. The provided input file is converted into XML, transformed to the current RelaxNG schema via XSLT and validated against this result. * XSLT Style Sheet processing to apply on this version of kiwi * Schema Validation based on RelaxNG schema * Loading XML data into internal data structures Attributes :param str description: path to description file :param str derived_from: path to base description file """ def __init__( self, description: str = '', derived_from: str = None ): self.markup = self.description = self.markup.get_xml_description() self.derived_from = derived_from self.description_origin = description self.extension_data: Dict = {}
[docs] def load(self) -> Any: """ Read XML description, validate it against the schema and the schematron rules and pass it to the autogenerated(generateDS) parser. :return: instance of XML toplevel domain (image) :rtype: object """ isoschematron = None schematron = None try: isoschematron = importlib.import_module('lxml.isoschematron') except Exception as error: log.warning(f"schematron validation skipped: {error}") try: schema_doc = etree.parse(Defaults.get_schema_file()) relaxng = etree.RelaxNG(schema_doc) if isoschematron: schematron = isoschematron.Schematron( schema_doc, store_report=True ) except Exception as issue: raise KiwiSchemaImportError(issue) try: description = etree.parse(self.description) validation_rng = relaxng.validate(description) if schematron: validation_schematron = schematron.validate(description) except Exception as issue: raise KiwiValidationError(issue) if not validation_rng: XMLDescription._get_relaxng_validation_details( Defaults.get_schema_file(), self.description, relaxng.error_log ) if schematron and not validation_schematron: XMLDescription._get_schematron_validation_details( schematron.validation_report ) if not validation_rng or (schematron and not validation_schematron): log.debug(open(self.description).read()) raise KiwiDescriptionInvalid( 'Failed to validate schema and/or schematron rules. ' 'Use --debug for more details' ) parse_result = self._parse() if parse_result.get_extension(): extension_namespace_map = \ description.getroot().xpath('extension')[0].nsmap for namespace_name in extension_namespace_map: extensions_for_namespace = description.getroot().xpath( 'extension/{namespace}:*'.format(namespace=namespace_name), namespaces=extension_namespace_map ) if extensions_for_namespace: # one toplevel entry point per extension via xmlns if len(extensions_for_namespace) > 1: raise KiwiExtensionError( 'Multiple toplevel sections for "{0}" found'.format( namespace_name ) ) # store extension xml data parse tree for this namespace self.extension_data[namespace_name] = \ etree.ElementTree(extensions_for_namespace[0]) # validate extension xml data try: xml_catalog = [ 'xmlcatalog', '/etc/xml/catalog', extension_namespace_map[namespace_name] ] ) extension_schema = xml_catalog.output.rstrip().replace( 'file://', '' ) extension_relaxng = etree.RelaxNG( etree.parse(extension_schema) ) except Exception as issue: raise KiwiExtensionError( 'Extension schema error: {0}'.format(issue) ) validation_result = extension_relaxng.validate( self.extension_data[namespace_name] ) if not validation_result: xml_data_unformatted = etree.tostring( self.extension_data[namespace_name], encoding='utf-8' ) xml_data_domtree = minidom.parseString( xml_data_unformatted ) extension_file = Temporary().new_file() with open(, 'w') as xml_data: xml_data.write(xml_data_domtree.toprettyxml()) XMLDescription._get_relaxng_validation_details( extension_schema,, extension_relaxng.error_log ) raise KiwiExtensionError( 'Schema validation for extension XML data failed' ) return parse_result
[docs] def get_extension_xml_data(self, namespace_name: str) -> Any: """ Return the xml etree parse result for the specified extension namespace :param str namespace_name: name of the extension namespace :return: result of etree.parse :rtype: object """ return self.extension_data.get(namespace_name)
@staticmethod def _get_relaxng_validation_details( schema_file, description_file, error_log ): """ Run jing program to validate description against the schema Jing provides detailed error information in case of a schema validation failure. If jing is not present the standard error_log as provided from the raw XML libraries is used """ try: ['jing', schema_file, description_file] ) except KiwiCommandError as issue:'RelaxNG validation failed. See jing report:')'--> {0}'.format(issue)) except KiwiCommandNotFound as issue: log.warning(issue) log.warning( 'For detailed schema validation report, install: jing' )'Showing only raw library error log:')'--> {0}'.format(error_log)) @staticmethod def _get_schematron_validation_details(validation_report): """ Extract error message form the schematron validation report :param etree validation_report: the schematron validation report """ nspaces = validation_report.getroot().nsmap'Schematron validation failed:') for msg in validation_report.xpath( '//svrl:failed-assert/svrl:text', namespaces=nspaces ):'--> %s', msg.text) def _parse(self): try: parse = xml_parse.parse( self.description, True ) parse.description_dir = self.description_origin and os.path.dirname( self.description_origin ) parse.derived_description_dir = self.derived_from return parse except Exception as issue: raise KiwiDataStructureError(issue)