Uit Hack42
Ga naar: navigatie, zoeken
k (too many braces)
Regel 17: Regel 17:
Was an incentive enough to create this bit of python code which provides Roman numbered log rotation
Was an incentive enough to create this bit of python code which provides Roman numbered log rotation
For recent updates check [[https://github.com/Hack42/RomanRotate Github]]
For recent updates check [https://github.com/Hack42/RomanRotate Github]

Huidige versie van 10 sep 2013 om 00:06

Project: RomanRotate
RomanRotate Picture.jpg


Naam RomanRotate
Door Stoneshop, Dvanzuijlekom, WitchDoc
Status Afgerond
Madskillz Madness
Doel / Omschrijving
Roman numbering log rotation
Alle Projecten - Project Toevoegen
File:RomanRotate_Picture.jpg noez


18:34 <@dvanzuijlekom> zo kwam ik een tijd geleden een machine tegen waar iemand handmatig een soort logrotate had ingeregeld
18:35 <@dvanzuijlekom> resultaat: logfile.log, logfile.log.1, logfile.log.1.1 logfile.log.1.1.1 
18:39 <@Stoneshop> initieel wat romeinse invloeden, maar niet op de juiste manier voortgezet
18:42 <@dvanzuijlekom> oh wauw, dat zou best gaaf zijn eigenlijk

Was an incentive enough to create this bit of python code which provides Roman numbered log rotation

For recent updates check Github

#!/usr/bin/env python

import sys
import os
import re
import getopt

def debug(argv):
    global verbose
    if verbose:
        print >>sys.stderr, "DBG: %s" % argv

def dec2rom(input):
   Convert a decimal to Roman numerals.
   assert(isinstance(input, int)), "expected integer, got %s" % type(input)
   assert(-1 < input < 4000), "Argument must be between 0 and 3999"   
   ints = (1000, 900,  500, 400, 100,  90, 50,  40, 10,  9,   5,  4,   1)
   nums = ('M',  'CM', 'D', 'CD','C', 'XC','L','XL','X','IX','V','IV','I')
   result = ""
   for i in range(len(ints)):
      count = int(input / ints[i])
      result += nums[i] * count
      input -= ints[i] * count
   return result

def rom2dec(input):
   Convert a roman numeral to a decimal.
   assert(isinstance(input, basestring)), "expected string, got %s" % type(input)
   assert(re.match(r'^[MDCLXVI]*$', input)), "not a valid roman numeral: %s" % input
   input = input.upper()
   nums = ['M', 'D', 'C', 'L', 'X', 'V', 'I']
   ints = [1000, 500, 100, 50,  10,  5,   1]
   retValue = 0
   for i in range(len(input)):
      value = ints[nums.index(input[i])]
      # If the next place holds a larger number, this value is negative.
         if ints[nums.index(input[i +1])] > value:
            value *= -1
      except IndexError:
         # there is no next place.
      retValue += value
   # Easiest test for validity...
   if dec2rom(retValue) == input:
      return retValue
      raise ValueError, 'input is not a valid roman numeral: %s' % input

def keys(value):
    if re.match(r'([MDCLXVI]*)', value):
        debug("Roman: %s, Decimal %s" % (value, rom2dec(value)))
        return((rom2dec(value), value))
        return((value, dec2rom(value)))

def usage():
    print """
    Usage:          %s [-v] [-h] [-d delimiter] [-l] [-t] file [file]
    Description:    Performs logrotation with roman numbering.

    -v              Verbose, show debug output
    -h              Help, show this usage
    -d delimiter    delimiter between filename and roman extension
                    deault; '.'
    -l              List the rotates files ordered by number
    -t              Reverse rotation or list
                    Attention: this might cause loss of data in the most recent logfile!

    file            the filename without numbers, i.e. "logfile.log" or "/path/to/logfile.log"
    """ % sys.argv[0]

class FileList(set):
    def __init__(self, directory, filename, delimiter):
            self._directory = directory
            self._directory = '.'
        self._filename = filename
        self._delimiter = delimiter
        debug('Getting files for %s in directory %s' % (self._filename, self._directory))
        for file in os.listdir(self._directory):
                parts = re.split(r'(%s)([%s]*)([MCXDVIL]*)' % (self._filename, self._delimiter), file)
                if parts[1] == self._filename:
                    debug('Adding: %s %s' % (file, parts))
                    self.add(keys(parts[3]) + (parts[1], file,))
            except Exception, err:
                debug('Ignoring: %s' % file)

    def sort(self, reverse=False):
       return sorted(self, key=lambda file: file[0], reverse=reverse)

if __name__ == "__main__":
    global verbose
    verbose = False
    listOnly = False
    reverse = False
    delimiter = '.'
    optlist, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:], 'lthvd:')
    for option, value in optlist:
        if(option == '-v'):
            verbose = True
        if(option == '-l'):
            listOnly = True
        if(option == '-t'):
            reverse = True
        if(option == '-d'):
            delimiter = optarg
        if(option == '-h'):
    debug('Verbose is on')
    debug('Filenames: %s' % args)
    for item in args:
        debug('Processing: %s' % item)
        myList = FileList(os.path.dirname(item), os.path.basename(item), delimiter)
        if listOnly:
            for file in myList.sort(reverse):
                print file[3]
            for file in myList.sort(not reverse):
                number = dec2rom(file[0] - (+1 if reverse else -1))
                filename = file[2] + (('.' + number) if number != '' else '')
                debug('renaming %s to %s.' % (file[3], "%s" % filename))
                os.rename(file[3], "%s" % filename)

The code could be cleaned up a little and the usage method is missing but rumour has it it's already running in production (which is, of course, the best testing environment).

First revision; added Usage function and optional delimiter character. Solved bug 1; The core file (without any numbering) is now included in the renaming.