How to use the conda.models.match_spec.MatchSpec function in conda

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github conda / conda / tests / models / View on Github external
def test_strictness(self):
        assert MatchSpec('foo').strictness == 1
        assert MatchSpec('foo 1.2').strictness == 2
        assert MatchSpec('foo 1.2 3').strictness == 3
        assert MatchSpec('foo 1.2 3 [channel=burg]').strictness == 3
        # Seems odd, but this is needed for compatibility
        assert MatchSpec('test* 1.2').strictness == 3
        assert MatchSpec('foo', build_number=2).strictness == 3
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a = MatchSpec(dst)
        b = MatchSpec(a)
        c = MatchSpec(dst, optional=True, target='burg')
        d = MatchSpec(a, build='5')

        assert a == b
        assert hash(a) == hash(b)
        assert a is b

        assert a != c
        assert hash(a) != hash(c)

        assert a != d
        assert hash(a) != hash(d)

        p = MatchSpec(channel='defaults',name='python',version=VersionSpec('3.5*'))
        assert p.match(Dist(channel='defaults', dist_name='python-3.5.3-1', name='python',
                            version='3.5.3', build_string='1', build_number=1, base_url=None,

        assert not p.match(Dist(channel='defaults', dist_name='python-3.6.0-0', name='python',
                                version='3.6.0', build_string='0', build_number=0, base_url=None,

        assert p.match(Dist(channel='defaults', dist_name='python-3.5.1-0', name='python',
                            version='3.5.1', build_string='0', build_number=0, base_url=None,
        assert p.match(PackageRecord(name='python', version='3.5.1', build='0', build_number=0,
                                     depends=('openssl 1.0.2*', 'readline 6.2*', 'sqlite',
                                               'tk 8.5*', 'xz 5.0.5', 'zlib 1.2*', 'pip'),
                                     channel=Channel(scheme='https', auth=None,
                                                      location='', token=None,
github conda / conda / tests / models / View on Github external
('numpy >=1,*.8.*', False),    ('numpy >=2,*.7.*', False),
            ('numpy 1.6*|1.7*', True),     ('numpy 1.6*|1.8*', False),
            ('numpy 1.6.2|1.7*', True),    ('numpy 1.6.2|1.7.1', True),
            ('numpy 1.6.2|1.7.0', False),  ('numpy 1.7.1 py27_0', True),
            ('numpy 1.7.1 py26_0', False), ('numpy >1.7.1a', True),
            ('python', False),
            m = MatchSpec(spec)
            assert m.match(DPkg('numpy-1.7.1-py27_0.tar.bz2')) == result
            assert 'name' in m
            assert == 'python' or 'version' in m

        # both version numbers conforming to PEP 440
        assert not MatchSpec('numpy >=1.0.1').match(DPkg('numpy-1.0.1a-0.tar.bz2'))
        # both version numbers non-conforming to PEP 440
        assert not MatchSpec('numpy >=1.0.1.vc11').match(DPkg('numpy-1.0.1a.vc11-0.tar.bz2'))
        assert MatchSpec('numpy >=1.0.1*.vc11').match(DPkg('numpy-1.0.1a.vc11-0.tar.bz2'))
        # one conforming, other non-conforming to PEP 440
        assert MatchSpec('numpy <1.0.1').match(DPkg('numpy-1.0.1.vc11-0.tar.bz2'))
        assert MatchSpec('numpy <1.0.1').match(DPkg('numpy-1.0.1a.vc11-0.tar.bz2'))
        assert not MatchSpec('numpy >=1.0.1.vc11').match(DPkg('numpy-1.0.1a-0.tar.bz2'))
        assert MatchSpec('numpy >=1.0.1a').match(DPkg('numpy-1.0.1z-0.tar.bz2'))
        assert MatchSpec('numpy >=1.0.1a py27*').match(DPkg('numpy-1.0.1z-py27_1.tar.bz2'))
        assert MatchSpec('blas * openblas_0').match(DPkg('blas-1.0-openblas_0.tar.bz2'))

        assert MatchSpec('blas')._is_simple()
        assert not MatchSpec('blas 1.0')._is_simple()
        assert not MatchSpec('blas 1.0 1')._is_simple()

        m = MatchSpec('blas 1.0', optional=True)
        m2 = MatchSpec(m, optional=False)
        m3 = MatchSpec(m2, target='blas-1.0-0.tar.bz2')
github conda / conda / tests / models / View on Github external
def get_windows_conda_build_record_set():
    specs = (MatchSpec("conda"), MatchSpec("conda-build"), MatchSpec("affine"),
             MatchSpec("colour"), MatchSpec("uses-spiffy-test-app"),)
    with get_solver_5(specs) as solver:
        final_state = solver.solve_final_state()
    return final_state, frozenset(specs)
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def test_build_number_merge(self):
        specs = (MatchSpec('python[build_number=1]'), MatchSpec('python=1.2.3=py27_7'), MatchSpec('conda-forge::python<=8[build_number=1]'))
        merged = MatchSpec.merge(specs)
        assert len(merged) == 1
        assert str(merged[0]) == "conda-forge::python[version='1.2.3,<=8',build=py27_7,build_number=1]"

        specs = (MatchSpec('python[build_number=2]'), MatchSpec('python=1.2.3=py27_7'), MatchSpec('python<=8[build_number=1]'))
        with pytest.raises(ValueError):
github conda / conda / conda / core / View on Github external
def query(self, package_ref_or_match_spec):
        # returns a generator
        param = package_ref_or_match_spec
        if isinstance(param, string_types):
            param = MatchSpec(param)
        if isinstance(param, MatchSpec):
            return (prefix_rec for prefix_rec in self.iter_records()
                    if param.match(prefix_rec))
            assert isinstance(param, PackageRef)
            return (prefix_rec for prefix_rec in self.iter_records() if prefix_rec == param)
github conda / conda / conda / core / View on Github external
for spec in context.aggressive_update_packages:
                if in specs_map:
                    old_spec = specs_map[]
                    specs_map[] = MatchSpec(old_spec, target=None)
            if (context.auto_update_conda and paths_equal(self.prefix, context.root_prefix)
                    and any( == "conda" for dist in solution)):
                specs_map["conda"] = MatchSpec("conda")

        # add in explicitly requested specs from specs_to_add
        # this overrides any name-matching spec already in the spec map
        specs_map.update((, s) for s in specs_to_add)

        # collect additional specs to add to the solution
        track_features_specs = pinned_specs = ()
        if context.track_features:
            track_features_specs = tuple(MatchSpec(x + '@') for x in context.track_features)
        if not ignore_pinned:
            pinned_specs = get_pinned_specs(self.prefix)

        final_environment_specs = IndexedSet(concatv(

        # We've previously checked `solution` for consistency (which at that point was the
        # pre-solve state of the environment). Now we check our compiled set of
        # `final_environment_specs` for the possibility of a solution.  If there are conflicts,
        # we can often avoid them by neutering specs that have a target (e.g. removing version
        # constraint) and also making them optional. The result here will be less cases of
        # `UnsatisfiableError` handed to users, at the cost of more packages being modified
        # or removed from the environment.
github conda-tools / conda-execute / conda_execute / View on Github external
def _create_env_conda_44(prefix, full_list_of_packages):
    assert CONDA_VERSION_MAJOR_MINOR >= (4, 4)
    from conda.models.match_spec import MatchSpec
    from conda.core.solve import Solver

    matched_list_of_packages = (MatchSpec(d) for d in full_list_of_packages)
    m = Solver(prefix, (), specs_to_add=matched_list_of_packages)
    txn = m.solve_for_transaction()
github conda / conda / conda / core / View on Github external
#  Until that issue is resolved,
            # and for the foreseeable future, it's best to be more conservative with --update-all.

            # Start with empty specs map for UPDATE_ALL because we're optimizing the update
            # only for specs the user has requested; it's ok to remove dependencies.
            specs_map = odict()

            # However, because of, we need
            # to hard-code keeping conda, conda-build, and anaconda, if they're already in
            # the environment.
            solution_pkg_names = set( for d in solution)
            ensure_these = (pkg_name for pkg_name in {
                'anaconda', 'conda', 'conda-build',
            } if pkg_name not in specs_from_history_map and pkg_name in solution_pkg_names)
            for pkg_name in ensure_these:
                specs_from_history_map[pkg_name] = MatchSpec(pkg_name)
            specs_map = odict((, MatchSpec( for d in solution)

        # add in historically-requested specs

        # let's pretend for now that this is the right place to build the index
        prepared_specs = set(concatv(

        index, r = self._prepare(prepared_specs)

        if specs_to_remove: