#!/usr/bin/env python


For general notes, see `ThreadedAppServer`.

This version of the app server is a threaded app server that runs as
a Windows NT Service.  This means it can be started and stopped from
the Control Panel or from the command line using ``net start`` and
``net stop``, and it can be configured in the Control Panel to
auto-start when the machine boots.

This requires the pywin32__ package to have been installed.

__ http://starship.python.net/crew/mhammond/win32/Downloads.html

To see the options for installing, removing, starting, and stopping
the service, just run this program with no arguments.  Typical usage is
to install the service to run under a particular user account and startup
automatically on reboot with::

    python AppServerService.py --username mydomain\myusername \
        --password mypassword --startup auto install

Then, you can start the service from the Services applet in the Control Panel,
where it will be listed as "WebKit Threaded Application Server".  Or, from
the command line, it can be started with either of the following commands::

    net start WebKit
    python AppServerService.py start

The service can be stopped from the Control Panel or with::

    net stop WebKit
    python AppServerService.py stop

And finally, to uninstall the service, stop it and then run::

    python AppServerService.py remove

You can change several parameters in the top section of this script.
For instance, by changing the serviceName and serviceDisplayName, you
can have several instances of this service running on the same system.
Please note that the AppServer looks for the pid file in the working
directory, so use different working directories for different services.
And of course, you have to adapt the respective AppServer.config files
so that there will be no conflicts in the used ports.


# * This shares a lot of code with ThreadedAppServer.py and Launch.py.
#   Try to consolidate these things. The default settings below in the
#   global variables could go completely into AppServer.config.
# * Optional NT event log messages on start, stop, and errors.
# * Allow the option of installing multiple copies of WebKit with different
#   configurations and different service names.
# * Allow it to work with wkMonitor, or some other fault tolerance mechanism.
# * Contributed to Webware for Python by Geoff Talvola
# * Changes by Christoph Zwerschke

## Options ##

# You can change the following parameters:

# The path to the app server working directory, if you do not
# want to use the directory containing this script:
workDir = None

# The path to the Webware root directory; by default this will
# be the parent directory of the directory containing this script:
webwareDir = None

# A list of additional directories (usually some libraries)
# that you want to include into the search path for modules:
libraryDirs = []

# To get profiling going, set runProfile = True (see also
# the description in the docstring of Profiler.py):
runProfile = False

# The path to the log file, if you want to redirect the
# standard output and standard error to a log file:
logFile = 'Logs/webkit.log'

# The default app server to be used:
appServer = 'ThreadedAppServer'

# The service name:
serviceName = 'WebKit'

# The service display name:
serviceDisplayName = 'WebKit Application Server'

# The service descrpition:
serviceDescription = ("This is the threaded application server"
    " that belongs to the WebKit package"
    " of the Webware for Python web framework.")

# Sequence of service names on which this depends:
serviceDeps = []

## Win32 Service ##

import sys, os, time
import win32service, win32serviceutil

# The ThreadedAppServer calls signal.signal which is not possible
# if it is installed as a service, since signal only works in main thread.
# So we sneakily replace signal.signal with a no-op:
def _dummy_signal(*args, **kwargs):
import signal
signal.signal = _dummy_signal

class AppServerService(win32serviceutil.ServiceFramework):

    _svc_name_ = serviceName
    _svc_display_name_ = serviceDisplayName
    _svc_description_ = serviceDescription
    _svc_deps_ = serviceDeps

    _workDir = workDir or os.path.dirname(__file__)
    _webwareDir = webwareDir
    _libraryDirs = libraryDirs
    _runProfile = runProfile
    _logFile = logFile
    _appServer = appServer

    def __init__(self, args):
        win32serviceutil.ServiceFramework.__init__(self, args)
        self._server = None

    def SvcStop(self):
        # Stop the service:
        # Tell the SCM we are starting the stop process:
        if self._server:
            if self._server._running > 2:
            for i in range(30): # wait at most 3 seconds for shutdown
                if not self._server:

    def SvcDoRun(self):
        # Start the service:
        self._server = log = None
                # Figure out the work directory and make it the current directory:
                workDir = self._workDir
                if not workDir:
                    workDir = os.path.dirname(__file__)
                workDir = os.curdir
                # Switch the output to the logFile specified above:
                stdout, stderr = sys.stdout, sys.stderr
                logFile = self._logFile
                if logFile: # logFile has been specified
                    if os.path.exists(logFile):
                        log = open(logFile, 'a', 1) # append line buffered
                        log.write('\n' + '-' * 68 + '\n\n')
                        log = open(logFile, 'w', 1) # write line buffered
                else: # no logFile
                    # Make all output go nowhere. Otherwise, print statements
                    # cause the service to crash, believe it or not.
                    log = open('nul', 'w') # os.devnull on Windows
                sys.stdout = sys.stderr = log
                # By default, Webware is searched in the parent directory:
                webwareDir = self._webwareDir
                if not webwareDir:
                    webwareDir = os.pardir
                # Remove the package component in the name of this module,
                # because otherwise the package path will be used for imports:
                global __name__, __package__
                __name__ = __name__.rsplit('.', 1)[-1]
                __package__ = None
                # Check the validity of the Webware directory:
                sysPath = sys.path # memorize the standard Python search path
                sys.path = [webwareDir] # now include only the Webware directory
                # Check whether Webware is really located here
                from Properties import name as webwareName
                from WebKit.Properties import name as webKitName
                if webwareName != 'Webware for Python' or webKitName != 'WebKit':
                    raise ImportError
                # Now assemble a new clean Python search path:
                path = [] # the new search path will be collected here
                webKitDir = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(webwareDir, 'WebKit'))
                for p in [workDir, webwareDir] + self._libraryDirs + sysPath:
                    if not p:
                        continue # do not include empty ("current") directory
                    p = os.path.abspath(p)
                    if p == webKitDir or p in path or not os.path.exists(p):
                        continue # do not include WebKit and duplicates
                sys.path = path # set the new search path
                # Import the Profiler:
                from WebKit import Profiler
                Profiler.startTime = time.time()
                # Import the AppServer:
                appServer = self._appServer
                appServerModule = __import__('WebKit.' + appServer,
                    None, None, appServer)
                if self._runProfile:
                    print ('Profiling is on. '
                        'See docstring in Profiler.py for more info.')
                self._server = getattr(appServerModule, appServer)(workDir)
                sys.stdout = sys.stderr = log # in case this has been reset
                if self._runProfile:
                        from cProfile import Profile
                    except ImportError:
                        from profile import Profile
                    profiler = Profile()
                    Profiler.profiler = profiler
                sys.stdout = sys.stderr = log # in case this has been reset
                if self._server._running:
                if self._runProfile:
                    print 'Writing profile stats to %s...' % Profiler.statsFilename
                    print 'WARNING: Applications run much slower when profiled,'
                    print 'so turn off profiling the service when you are done.'
            except SystemExit, e:
                if log and logFile:
                    errorlevel = e[0]
                    if errorlevel == 3:
                        print 'Please switch off AutoReloading in AppServer.Config.'
                        print 'It does currently not work with AppServerSercive.'
                        print 'You have to reload the service manually.'
                        print 'The AppServer has been signaled to terminate.'
            except Exception, e:
                if log and logFile:
                        import traceback
                        print 'Service stopped due to above exception.'
                    except Exception:
                        print 'ERROR:', e
                        print 'Cannot print traceback.'
            if self._server and self._server._running:
            self._server = None
            if log:
                sys.stdout, sys.stderr = stdout, stderr

## Main ##

def main():

if __name__ == '__main__':