"""The UserManagerToFile class."""

import os
from glob import glob
    from cPickle import load, dump
except ImportError:
    from pickle import load, dump

from MiscUtils import NoDefault
from MiscUtils.MixIn import MixIn

from User import User
from UserManager import UserManager

class UserManagerToFile(UserManager):
    """User manager storing user data in the file system.

    When using this user manager, make sure you invoke setUserDir()
    and that this directory is writeable by your application.
    It will contain one file per user with the user's serial number
    as the main filename and an extension of '.user'.

    The default user directory is the current working directory,
    but relying on the current directory is often a bad practice.


    ## Init ##

    def __init__(self, userClass=None):
        super(UserManagerToFile, self).__init__(userClass=None)
        self.setEncoderDecoder(dump, load)

    def initNextSerialNum(self):
        if os.path.exists(self._userDir):
            serialNums = self.scanSerialNums()
            if serialNums:
                self._nextSerialNum = max(serialNums) + 1
                self._nextSerialNum = 1
            self._nextSerialNum = 1

    ## File storage specifics ##

    def userDir(self):
        return self._userDir

    def setUserDir(self, userDir):
        """Set the directory where user information is stored.

        You should strongly consider invoking initNextSerialNum() afterwards.

        self._userDir = userDir

    def loadUser(self, serialNum, default=NoDefault):
        """Load the user with the given serial number from disk.

        If there is no such user, a KeyError will be raised unless
        a default value was passed, in which case that value is returned.

        filename = str(serialNum) + '.user'
        filename = os.path.join(self.userDir(), filename)
        if os.path.exists(filename):
            file = open(filename, 'r')
            user = self.decoder()(file)
            self._cachedUsersBySerialNum[serialNum] = user
            return user
            if default is NoDefault:
                raise KeyError(serialNum)
                return default

    def scanSerialNums(self):
        """Return a list of all the serial numbers of users found on disk.

        Serial numbers are always integers.

        return [int(os.path.basename(num[:-5]))
            for num in glob(os.path.join(self.userDir(), '*.user'))]

    ## UserManager customizations ##

    def setUserClass(self, userClass):
        """Overridden to mix in UserMixIn to the class that is passed in."""
        MixIn(userClass, UserMixIn)
        super(UserManagerToFile, self).setUserClass(userClass)

    ## UserManager concrete methods ##

    def nextSerialNum(self):
        result = self._nextSerialNum
        self._nextSerialNum += 1
        return result

    def addUser(self, user):
        assert isinstance(user, User)
        user.externalId() # set unique id
        super(UserManagerToFile, self).addUser(user)

    def userForSerialNum(self, serialNum, default=NoDefault):
        user = self._cachedUsersBySerialNum.get(serialNum)
        if user is not None:
            return user
        return self.loadUser(serialNum, default)

    def userForExternalId(self, externalId, default=NoDefault):
        for user in self._cachedUsers:
            if user.externalId() == externalId:
                return user
        for user in self.users():
            if user.externalId() == externalId:
                return user
        if default is NoDefault:
            raise KeyError(externalId)
            return default

    def userForName(self, name, default=NoDefault):
        for user in self._cachedUsers:
            if user.name() == name:
                return user
        for user in self.users():
            if user.name() == name:
                return user
        if default is NoDefault:
            raise KeyError(name)
            return default

    def users(self):
        return _UserList(self)

    def activeUsers(self):
        return _UserList(self, lambda user: user.isActive())

    def inactiveUsers(self):
        return _UserList(self, lambda user: not user.isActive())

    ## Encoder/decoder ##

    def encoder(self):
        return self._encoder

    def decoder(self):
        return self._decoder

    def setEncoderDecoder(self, encoder, decoder):
        self._encoder = encoder
        self._decoder = decoder

class UserMixIn(object):

    def filename(self):
        return os.path.join(self.manager().userDir(),
            str(self.serialNum())) + '.user'

    def save(self):
        file = open(self.filename(), 'w')
        self.manager().encoder()(self, file)

class _UserList(object):

    def __init__(self, mgr, filterFunc=None):
        self._mgr = mgr
        self._serialNums = mgr.scanSerialNums()
        self._count = len(self._serialNums)
        self._data = None
        if filterFunc:
            results = []
            for user in self:
                if filterFunc(user):
            self._count = len(results)
            self._data = results

    def __getitem__(self, index):
        if index >= self._count:
            raise IndexError(index)
        if self._data:
            # We have the data directly. Just return it
            return self._data[index]
            # We have a list of the serial numbers.
            # Get the user from the manager via the cache or loading
            serialNum = self._serialNums[index]
            if serialNum in self._mgr._cachedUsersBySerialNum:
                return self._mgr._cachedUsersBySerialNum[serialNum]
                return self._mgr.loadUser(self._serialNums[index])

    def __len__(self):
        return self._count