readline.py 2.12 KB
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import errno

class Recipe(object):
  """Read the first line of a file.

  As the result has to be provided as an options, it is mandatory that the
  buildout profile fills the file content (if needed) before trying to read it.

    Options:
    - storage-path: file to read

    Result set in options:
    - readline: first line of the file
  """

  def __init__(self, buildout, name, options):
    storage_path = options['storage-path']
    try:
      with open(storage_path) as f:
        readline = f.readline()
    except IOError, e:
      if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
        raise
      readline = None

    self.readline = readline
    options['readline'] = readline

  def install(self):
    if self.readline is None:
      raise ValueError('Unable to read the file content.')
    return ()

  def update(self):
    return ()