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"""Configuration management setup

Some terminology:
- name
  As written in config files.
- value
  Value associated with a name
- key
  Name combined with it's section (
- variant
  A single word describing where the configuration key-value pair came from

import configparser
import locale
import logging
import os
import sys

from pip._internal.exceptions import (
from pip._internal.utils import appdirs
from pip._internal.utils.compat import WINDOWS
from pip._internal.utils.misc import ensure_dir, enum
from pip._internal.utils.typing import MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING

    from typing import Any, Dict, Iterable, List, NewType, Optional, Tuple

    RawConfigParser = configparser.RawConfigParser  # Shorthand
    Kind = NewType("Kind", str)

CONFIG_BASENAME = 'pip.ini' if WINDOWS else 'pip.conf'
ENV_NAMES_IGNORED = "version", "help"

# The kinds of configurations there are.
kinds = enum(
    USER="user",        # User Specific
    GLOBAL="global",    # System Wide
    SITE="site",        # [Virtual] Environment Specific
    ENV="env",          # from PIP_CONFIG_FILE
    ENV_VAR="env-var",  # from Environment Variables
OVERRIDE_ORDER = kinds.GLOBAL, kinds.USER, kinds.SITE, kinds.ENV, kinds.ENV_VAR
VALID_LOAD_ONLY = kinds.USER, kinds.GLOBAL, kinds.SITE

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# NOTE: Maybe use the optionx attribute to normalize keynames.
def _normalize_name(name):
    # type: (str) -> str
    """Make a name consistent regardless of source (environment or file)
    name = name.lower().replace('_', '-')
    if name.startswith('--'):
        name = name[2:]  # only prefer long opts
    return name

def _disassemble_key(name):
    # type: (str) -> List[str]
    if "." not in name:
        error_message = (
            "Key does not contain dot separated section and key. "
            "Perhaps you wanted to use 'global.{}' instead?"
        raise ConfigurationError(error_message)
    return name.split(".", 1)

def get_configuration_files():
    # type: () -> Dict[Kind, List[str]]
    global_config_files = [
        os.path.join(path, CONFIG_BASENAME)
        for path in appdirs.site_config_dirs('pip')

    site_config_file = os.path.join(sys.prefix, CONFIG_BASENAME)
    legacy_config_file = os.path.join(
        'pip' if WINDOWS else '.pip',
    new_config_file = os.path.join(
        appdirs.user_config_dir("pip"), CONFIG_BASENAME
    return {
        kinds.GLOBAL: global_config_files,
        kinds.SITE: [site_config_file],
        kinds.USER: [legacy_config_file, new_config_file],

class Configuration:
    """Handles management of configuration.

    Provides an interface to accessing and managing configuration files.

    This class converts provides an API that takes "section.key-name" style
    keys and stores the value associated with it as "key-name" under the
    section "section".

    This allows for a clean interface wherein the both the section and the
    key-name are preserved in an easy to manage form in the configuration files
    and the data stored is also nice.

    def __init__(self, isolated, load_only=None):
        # type: (bool, Optional[Kind]) -> None

        if load_only is not None and load_only not in VALID_LOAD_ONLY:
            raise ConfigurationError(
                "Got invalid value for load_only - should be one of {}".format(
                    ", ".join(map(repr, VALID_LOAD_ONLY))
        self.isolated = isolated
        self.load_only = load_only

        # Because we keep track of where we got the data from
        self._parsers = {
            variant: [] for variant in OVERRIDE_ORDER
        }  # type: Dict[Kind, List[Tuple[str, RawConfigParser]]]
        self._config = {
            variant: {} for variant in OVERRIDE_ORDER
        }  # type: Dict[Kind, Dict[str, Any]]
        self._modified_parsers = []  # type: List[Tuple[str, RawConfigParser]]

    def load(self):
        # type: () -> None
        """Loads configuration from configuration files and environment
        if not self.isolated:

    def get_file_to_edit(self):
        # type: () -> Optional[str]
        """Returns the file with highest priority in configuration
        assert self.load_only is not None, \
            "Need to be specified a file to be editing"

            return self._get_parser_to_modify()[0]
        except IndexError:
            return None

    def items(self):
        # type: () -> Iterable[Tuple[str, Any]]
        """Returns key-value pairs like dict.items() representing the loaded
        return self._dictionary.items()

    def get_value(self, key):
        # type: (str) -> Any
        """Get a value from the configuration.
            return self._dictionary[key]
        except KeyError:
            raise ConfigurationError(f"No such key - {key}")

    def set_value(self, key, value):
        # type: (str, Any) -> None
        """Modify a value in the configuration.

        assert self.load_only
        fname, parser = self._get_parser_to_modify()

        if parser is not None:
            section, name = _disassemble_key(key)

            # Modify the parser and the configuration
            if not parser.has_section(section):
            parser.set(section, name, value)

        self._config[self.load_only][key] = value
        self._mark_as_modified(fname, parser)

    def unset_value(self, key):
        # type: (str) -> None
        """Unset a value in the configuration."""

        assert self.load_only
        if key not in self._config[self.load_only]:
            raise ConfigurationError(f"No such key - {key}")

        fname, parser = self._get_parser_to_modify()

        if parser is not None:
            section, name = _disassemble_key(key)
            if not (parser.has_section(section)
                    and parser.remove_option(section, name)):
                # The option was not removed.
                raise ConfigurationError(
                    "Fatal Internal error [id=1]. Please report as a bug."

            # The section may be empty after the option was removed.
            if not parser.items(section):
            self._mark_as_modified(fname, parser)

        del self._config[self.load_only][key]

    def save(self):
        # type: () -> None
        """Save the current in-memory state.

        for fname, parser in self._modified_parsers:
  "Writing to %s", fname)

            # Ensure directory exists.

            with open(fname, "w") as f:

    # Private routines

    def _ensure_have_load_only(self):
        # type: () -> None
        if self.load_only is None:
            raise ConfigurationError("Needed a specific file to be modifying.")
        logger.debug("Will be working with %s variant only", self.load_only)

    def _dictionary(self):
        # type: () -> Dict[str, Any]
        """A dictionary representing the loaded configuration.
        # NOTE: Dictionaries are not populated if not loaded. So, conditionals
        #       are not needed here.
        retval = {}

        for variant in OVERRIDE_ORDER:

        return retval

    def _load_config_files(self):
        # type: () -> None
        """Loads configuration from configuration files
        config_files = dict(self.iter_config_files())
        if config_files[kinds.ENV][0:1] == [os.devnull]:
                "Skipping loading configuration files due to "
                "environment's PIP_CONFIG_FILE being os.devnull"

        for variant, files in config_files.items():
            for fname in files:
                # If there's specific variant set in `load_only`, load only
                # that variant, not the others.
                if self.load_only is not None and variant != self.load_only:
                        "Skipping file '%s' (variant: %s)", fname, variant

                parser = self._load_file(variant, fname)

                # Keeping track of the parsers used
                self._parsers[variant].append((fname, parser))

    def _load_file(self, variant, fname):
        # type: (Kind, str) -> RawConfigParser
        logger.debug("For variant '%s', will try loading '%s'", variant, fname)
        parser = self._construct_parser(fname)

        for section in parser.sections():
            items = parser.items(section)
            self._config[variant].update(self._normalized_keys(section, items))

        return parser

    def _construct_parser(self, fname):
        # type: (str) -> RawConfigParser
        parser = configparser.RawConfigParser()
        # If there is no such file, don't bother reading it but create the
        # parser anyway, to hold the data.
        # Doing this is useful when modifying and saving files, where we don't
        # need to construct a parser.
        if os.path.exists(fname):
            except UnicodeDecodeError:
                # See
                raise ConfigurationFileCouldNotBeLoaded(
                    reason="contains invalid {} characters".format(
            except configparser.Error as error:
                # See
                raise ConfigurationFileCouldNotBeLoaded(error=error)
        return parser

    def _load_environment_vars(self):
        # type: () -> None
        """Loads configuration from environment variables
            self._normalized_keys(":env:", self.get_environ_vars())

    def _normalized_keys(self, section, items):
        # type: (str, Iterable[Tuple[str, Any]]) -> Dict[str, Any]
        """Normalizes items to construct a dictionary with normalized keys.

        This routine is where the names become keys and are made the same
        regardless of source - configuration files or environment.
        normalized = {}
        for name, val in items:
            key = section + "." + _normalize_name(name)
            normalized[key] = val
        return normalized

    def get_environ_vars(self):
        # type: () -> Iterable[Tuple[str, str]]
        """Returns a generator with all environmental vars with prefix PIP_"""
        for key, val in os.environ.items():
            if key.startswith("PIP_"):
                name = key[4:].lower()
                if name not in ENV_NAMES_IGNORED:
                    yield name, val

    # XXX: This is patched in the tests.
    def iter_config_files(self):
        # type: () -> Iterable[Tuple[Kind, List[str]]]
        """Yields variant and configuration files associated with it.

        This should be treated like items of a dictionary.
        # SMELL: Move the conditions out of this function

        # environment variables have the lowest priority
        config_file = os.environ.get('PIP_CONFIG_FILE', None)
        if config_file is not None:
            yield kinds.ENV, [config_file]
            yield kinds.ENV, []

        config_files = get_configuration_files()

        # at the base we have any global configuration
        yield kinds.GLOBAL, config_files[kinds.GLOBAL]

        # per-user configuration next
        should_load_user_config = not self.isolated and not (
            config_file and os.path.exists(config_file)
        if should_load_user_config:
            # The legacy config file is overridden by the new config file
            yield kinds.USER, config_files[kinds.USER]

        # finally virtualenv configuration first trumping others
        yield kinds.SITE, config_files[kinds.SITE]

    def get_values_in_config(self, variant):
        # type: (Kind) -> Dict[str, Any]
        """Get values present in a config file"""
        return self._config[variant]

    def _get_parser_to_modify(self):
        # type: () -> Tuple[str, RawConfigParser]
        # Determine which parser to modify
        assert self.load_only
        parsers = self._parsers[self.load_only]
        if not parsers:
            # This should not happen if everything works correctly.
            raise ConfigurationError(
                "Fatal Internal error [id=2]. Please report as a bug."

        # Use the highest priority parser.
        return parsers[-1]

    # XXX: This is patched in the tests.
    def _mark_as_modified(self, fname, parser):
        # type: (str, RawConfigParser) -> None
        file_parser_tuple = (fname, parser)
        if file_parser_tuple not in self._modified_parsers:

    def __repr__(self):
        # type: () -> str
        return f"{self.__class__.__name__}({self._dictionary!r})"