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if prospective.local is not None: if Version(prospective.base_version) == Version(spec.base_version): return False # If we've gotten to here, it means that prospective version is both # greater than the spec version *and* it's not a pre-release of the
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# same version in the spec. return True def _compare_arbitrary(self, prospective, spec): return str(prospective).lower() == str(spec).lower() @property def prereleases(self): # If there is an explicit prereleases set for this, then we'll just # blindly use that. if self._prereleases is not None: return self._prereleases # Look at all of our specifiers and determine if they are inclusive # operators, and if they are if they are including an explicit # prerelease. operator, version = self._spec if operator in ["==", ">=", "<=", "~=", "==="]: # The == specifier can include a trailing .*, if it does we # want to remove before parsing. if operator == "==" and version.endswith(".*"): version = version[:-2] # Parse the version, and if it is a pre-release than this # specifier allows pre-releases. if parse(version).is_prerelease: return True return False @prereleases.setter def prereleases(self, value): self._prereleases = value _prefix_regex = re.compile(r"^([0-9]+)((?:a|b|c|rc)[0-9]+)$") def _version_split(version): result = [] for item in version.split("."): match = _prefix_regex.search(item) if match: result.extend(match.groups()) else: result.append(item) return result def _pad_version(left, right): left_split, right_split = [], [] # Get the release segment of our versions left_split.append(list(itertools.takewhile(lambda x: x.isdigit(), left))) right_split.append(list(itertools.takewhile(lambda x: x.isdigit(), right))) # Get the rest of our versions left_split.append(left[len(left_split[0]):]) right_split.append(right[len(right_split[0]):]) # Insert our padding left_split.insert( 1, ["0"] * max(0, len(right_split[0]) - len(left_split[0])),
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) right_split.insert( 1, ["0"] * max(0, len(left_split[0]) - len(right_split[0])), ) return ( list(itertools.chain(*left_split)), list(itertools.chain(*right_split)), ) class SpecifierSet(BaseSpecifier): def __init__(self, specifiers="", prereleases=None): # Split on , to break each indidivual specifier into it's own item, and # strip each item to remove leading/trailing whitespace. specifiers = [s.strip() for s in specifiers.split(",") if s.strip()] # Parsed each individual specifier, attempting first to make it a # Specifier and falling back to a LegacySpecifier. parsed = set() for specifier in specifiers: try: parsed.add(Specifier(specifier)) except InvalidSpecifier: parsed.add(LegacySpecifier(specifier)) # Turn our parsed specifiers into a frozen set and save them for later. self._specs = frozenset(parsed) # Store our prereleases value so we can use it later to determine if # we accept prereleases or not. self._prereleases = prereleases def __repr__(self): pre = ( ", prereleases={0!r}".format(self.prereleases) if self._prereleases is not None else "" ) return "<SpecifierSet({0!r}{1})>".format(str(self), pre) def __str__(self): return ",".join(sorted(str(s) for s in self._specs)) def __hash__(self): return hash(self._specs) def __and__(self, other): if isinstance(other, string_types): other = SpecifierSet(other) elif not isinstance(other, SpecifierSet): return NotImplemented specifier = SpecifierSet() specifier._specs = frozenset(self._specs | other._specs) if self._prereleases is None and other._prereleases is not None:
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  • Fall '07
  • Amenta
  • version, def, Inequation, prereleases

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